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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Anderson, Indiana Elder consumer frequently does not get nutritionally desirable diet editors note in this Over 65 and found that Nelv no a thar of cd a to ,. Editors note in this second of a series of five articles consumer expert Peter Weaver tells How the elder consumer can Cut costs on food and Medicine by Peter Weaver los Angeles times Syndicate of All the malnourished persons in this country those Over 65 Are hit the hardest. Many Are slowly starving to death and Don t even realize it. The administration on aging made a Survey of 695 iowans Over 65 and found that Only one in 20 was getting a nutritionally desirable diet. Or. Maurice Linden Philadelphia state Hospital tells of a number of elder patients with a variety of mental disorders. After a period of eating Good meals planned by a dietician he said they were on their Way to recovery. Most doctors admit that it in t always the Lack of Money a hat sets the scene for malnutrition. Loneliness plays a part. A a there a a legend a says or Howard a. Rusk head of the Institute of rehabilitation Medicine a that an old Man will starve to death if he does no to have someone to Cook for him and an old woman will starve to death if she does no to have someone to Cook the Ideal Way to get the Best diet for your Money is to join some senior citizen Church by local government sponsored group dining program. In Brookline mass., for example elder Consumers can get in on regularly scheduled luncheons in the schools after the kids eat. For 50 cents you get a balanced meal a Chance to socialize and enjoy entertainment. The Western Idaho Community action program brings in the elders for regular a spot Luck the combination of Good food and Good company according to one elder Cook a is making these people Wake up come if you can to find one of these dinner social programs in your Community agitate for one. A Good number of elder Cooks whether wanting to practice culinary arts at one of these dinner socials or at Home May not feel up to the Effort especially if they have ailments in the hands or legs. To Cope with this the Institute of rehabilitation Medicine a with a Grant from the Campbell soup fund a has recently compiled a a mealtime manual for the aged and the Book gives such tips As a for the homemaker who works with one hand use two stainless steel nails through a Board to hold potatoes for peeling or meat for the Book gives much More including addresses for specially designed Kitchen products such As the $3.25 Zim Jar opener. You can get a copy by sending $2.25 to mail service dept., Simon to schuster. I w. 39th st., new York. N y. Another Good Book a your retirement food guide a tells w hat kind of Basic foods give All the vitamins you need. Milk is listed As the one thing elder Consumers should drink a lot of but Seldom do. For a free copy write american association of retired persons 1225 Connecticut ave. N.w., Washington d c. 20036. Unfortunately too Many elder Consumers fall Hack on such easy items As Tea and Toast. When fatigue and confusion spells come As they surely will with this kind of diet then the elder consumer is Ripe for the Vitamin hucksters. A unless your doctor recommends vitamins or minerals in concentrate form a says an american medical Assn bulletin. A no one need take them. A according to gerontologist Robert n Butler a the older person is better off getting his vitamins in the food he buys from the grocery store than in the pleas turn to i Cebu in i the Ander som her Ain i fat Emht nth ii mfg to the Fine of the i Rifted it Lam of interim and to the Republic Lor Uhira it stands one nation under cod 4 americans Are victims Saigon apr a helicopter carrying South vietnamese troops collided tuesday with a Light . Plane in the Mekong Delta 80 Miles South of Saigon. A South vietnamese officer in the Field reported that there were no survivors and 13 South vietnamese and four americans were killed. Three of the americans were in the Light plane the fourth in the helicopter. Tie Accident marred a Day that saw no . Battle deaths South Viet copter-. Plane crash on any of the quiet fronts in South Vietnam. It was the third Day this month that no american combat deaths were reported. The collision in the Mekong Delta was the worst air disaster in South Vietnam in three months. Last aug. 26, a . Helicopter was shot Down in the Northern part of the country and 31 american soldiers were killed. A week ago 15 . Marines were killed in the crash of a helicopter into a Mountain in the Northern sector. Informed sources in Saigon said the daring . Raid on a North Vietnam prison Camp saturday in a futile attempt to liberate american prisoners of War was not the first such operation. They reported commando teams had previously attempted to locate prisoner of War Camps or to free prisoners in North Vietnam. Manx of the raids came from . Special forces Camps along the South vietnamese Border. Unmarked camouflage painted helicopters could be seen picking up teams to be sent across the Border they added. Aircraft Crews and commandos wore unmarked uniforms and carried no dog tags or Ideo ideation cards. American forces for several years have earned out reconnaissance and commando raids in Laos and Cambodia the sources said. The North vietnamese radio took note of defense Secretary Melvin r. Laird s remarks on the raid on an empty prisoner of War Camp near Hanoi the capital. Quot confronted with undeniable the broadcast said a he us Secretary of defers had to acknowledge that . Planes attacked the areas North of the 19th Laird s first announcement said air raids on missile and antiaircraft Sites had been confined to areas of North v Vietnam Sou it h of the parallel. Hand which North Vietnam it Aid was one of the targets i it More than he Miles North of the parallel. The bad Catt added that a the \ let namese people Are determined to destroy every adventurous activity of . digging in Cambodia entered mostly along Highway 6 in the Northwest but action also was reported on other major land roues. A cambodian military spoke it Man said that government troops trying o reopen Highway 7 a a Point 40 Miles Northeast of Phurm penh came undo heavy fire from enemy forces to the Northwest Puok 150 Miles Northwest of phenom penh fell to a North Viet name get and Vliet Cong assault Force that battled m o the town and seized he town s administrative Center in predawn darkness. A cambodian spokesman claimed losses in the camb it Dian battalion defending Piek were limited to 31 wounded Puok is i Miles Northwest of turn to po9� a column i rails unions differ on raise Washington a the nation s railroads said tuesday they have accepted a presidential emergency Board s wage hike recommendations. Union leaders earlier turned them Down. The boards recommendations Call for a $1.33 an hour wage boost spread Over three years which amounts to a .36 per cent increase Over the current $3.68 an hour rate. But c. L. Dennis president of the brotherhood of railway clerks has demanded an additional 32 cents Over the local 662, d r talks continue Progress in negotiations Between Delco Remy division and Caw local 662 evidently reached the Point tuesday where the right touch in the right place was All that was needed to find the path to a local settlement. No official statement had been issued from either company or Union sources since the weekend. Although unofficially there were further indications agreement Between the two sides would come if the right pieces fell into place. There was word tuesday night As the bargaining stretched into another Marathon session. The talks appeared to be moving a very sources close to the negotiating teams hinted the two sides hmm Lyra to Pat i Clymn 4 three years and has called a nationwide strike for dec. La if a settlement is not reached for 500.000 Railroad workers. The railway clerks and three other unions resumed negotiations to Avert the walkout Mon Day. J p Hiltz jr., chairman of the National railway labor conference called the Board s recommendations a of incredible but said the railroads accepted them in the Public interest. Dennis and officials of the three other Al Cio unions have criticized the Board for not calling for Cost of living pay and other benefits. President Nixon appointed the Board headed by Lewis m Gill of Merion. Pa., under the railway labor act after the administration faced an earlier strike threat. In a statement Hiltz estimated Cost of the recommended increases to the Industry at $1.6 billion Over three years. While accepting the boards figures. Hiltz said he did t understand How it could recommend the 36 per cent increase in Light of the recent general motors settlement of 25 per cent a the unions had demanded during extended negotiations that their increases at least match those in other transportation industries. Under the Federal railway labor act the unions were barred from striking for 30 Days after the emergency Board mad its recommendations. In doubt was whether the unions would accept the Board s recommendations that both Side organize a standing committee Pleat tata to of i. Catalan j Mobile Home Law changes proposed by in i Claflin Herald staff writer on a narrow four to three vote tuesday the Madison county planning commission recommended that county commissioners approve an ordinance amending the present Law governing Mobile Homes and Sites in the county. Meeting before a Large number of county citizens the commission came to a decision after More than two hours of pro and con and often heated comments from onlookers. The lengthy 13-Page Ordi ice or it so injured answering Cail a a Anderson City policeman was inbred tuesday when his motorcycle struck a Guardrail. City patrolman John j. Rice 25, was travelling South on the lad. Io9 bypass and had just crossed the Railroad tracks South of the wounds Road intersection when his motorcycle started shaking and pulling to the left. Rice received a broken left leg when the Cycle veered into the Guardrail. Herald photo by Shan keys Mccormack Friend sentenced fined new York and Nathan Voshen. Law it or Lobb it i get who pleaded Cully to using the office of House speaker John w. Mccormack s w a Hng on office As a base for extensive influence peddling received a suspended one year prison sentence and was fined $10,000 tuesday. The 72-year-old v o i o s h e n could have received $160,000 in fines and up to 20 Sears in a Federal prison. His Potence came after a government disclosure that he has cooperated in a new probe of corruption Federal court judge Marvin e Frankel. Who put Voloshen on probation for one year and gave him 60 Days to pay the Fine castigated the Long time Friend of the House speaker and termed his activities a crimes of the utmost heinous Ness crimes Iha it Send strongly to corrupt the democratic Privet a Voloshen. Fidgeting nervously and standing with the Aid of a Cane stood mute before the court until he was asked if he remembered pleading guilty last june 17 to conspiracy and three perjury counts. In a i roared a ement. \ of los heft tue diff told of represent Rives or i die relations men who with the apparent Pond it Sion of speaker Mccormack and or. Martin Sweig. Met clients in the it Peak or s offices and were permitted to receive Telephone Calls there hmm turn tags 2, column i Yule lighting ready Anderson downtown Community Christmas Observance will explode in a Blaze of lights and tinsel at exactly at 5 15 p in Friday the Anderson chamber of Commerce announced tuesday. As has been the recent custom mayor j. E Flanagan will pull a switch which will simultaneously Light a huge Christmas tree on the courthouse Lawn two Blue spruces on the Lawn of the City building and another Christmas tree set atop the City building. Decorations hanging from Telephone poles on Access roads to the City and at All major intersections will also go on for the first time Friday night the Day after thanksgiving As the Community moves into the Christmas sea min. The lighting ceremony will also set in motion the most elaborate Holiday program for the Central business District in Many years. Santa Claus will arrive at 6 p m next monday and station himself in his House on a mall Between 10th and Lith streets on Meridian in a might change to allow for smoother traffic flow Tun right hand lanes on Meridian Street i i tie left open for muffle and the Anderson City bus lines by tile rest of the Block will be taken Over by St Nicholas his House Sleigh gifts hmm Tara to pay 2, column 4 sets Forth various definitions of Mobile Homes and similar structures defines the limits for the setting parking and occupancy of Mobile Homes and specifically states procedures for the development of Mobile Home Parks. The most controversial part of the ordinance appeared to be the requirement that Mobile Homes not situated in a Mobile Home Park be parked on a plot of ground of at least to acres. Citizens complained the requirement discriminates against Mobile Home owners since there is no similar requirement governing placement of new Homes. They claimed the requirement is also discriminatory against those who do not wish or cannot afford to live in established trailer Parks. Planning commission members however defended the ordinance. Claiming it is a necessary measure to Stop the random Sale of inadequate ground to prospective Mobile Home owners county attorney Marion Withers indicated cases where an acre has been divided into As Many As in spaces for trailers without adequate coordination or facilities. A the purpose of these standards ii to regulate the establishment and operation of Mobile Home Parks in order to provide occupants of Mobile Homes with a suitable living environment he stated. However. It was pointed nut the ordinance will still allow single trailers that is. Provided a person buys a 10-acre lot pleas turn to Page i be fun t Community thanksgiving service theme blessings in disguise a blessings in disguise Quot will tic them a Mon theme of the Rev Richard me for the Community service of thanksgiving thursday morning the Union service will be at the first Church of the a a Rene. 23rd and Jackson streets a f a in thank giving Day \ missionary a Kenya East Arnica be was a headmaster of the Emu sire secondary school there or. His first assignment on a second term of service. Lie was director of the Maria Kani Christian Center in moire a Dot project for Urban mint series there. The Rev Woodson e came to the North Anderson Church of god from a pastorate a1 Pone a City. It la other ministers who a. I participate in the thanksgiving Celebration service include the Rev lacs King of so Matthew United methodist Church who w ill direct the singing a he Rev. Stanley Delong of first presbyterian will read the scripture. Tile Rev Clifton Morgan of Sherman Street Church of god offer the prayer of Madison circuit judge car t. Smith president of the an Derson association of churches will give the invocation and mrs. Theophi Otto will bring spot a1 Mii Chom ministers Are the Rev c d West hate and a Una is d Westhafer. His associate the Anderson ministerial via at on and the association of churches sponsors of t a Union service celebrating thanksgiving comprise a w de representation of the Chu Icamen of this locality the re. Lester Hingham is president of the ministerial group. Chaney to Bow out of gop Post Indianapolis ap1 in Duna Republican chairman Buena Chaney target of two in Sucoe Ful ouster attempts in the past 15 months took Steps tuesday to hand the Job to his longtime political Friend state treasurer John k Snyder Chanel called a state gop committee mooting for 2 n in est wednesday and said he would then nominate Snyder for Bio Siam chairmanship the move to replace Chancy had been rumoured for a cd. But the fact that Chaney h ruse f was leading it caught some republicans by Surprise. Snyder said. A i am not seek ing the Job but if they want me i m available if it goes that Way. Fine i m not tak be any overt action. I m not doing Ani elects Nee my a a if the state committee asks him to take a die us Snyder said he would accept lie said he thinks he could unify a he battling factions this is the Only reason i would be it my goal is no to kick anybody oui but to drag them All tog it he he said Chaney Rattler than himself has in hated the in be Chancy a majority of the 22-Mem bet committee will support Sonde slate committee rules Reque that a majority must first vote Mem in s urn consider replacing the state chairman the e is ii. Be a motion to suspend toe rules and i la Norm net John Snyder and he i be the state said Chanel who could have avoided the action by simply not calling the committee into session the 49-\ear-old Terr haul attorney said he chose to Bow out because he want.-, More time to spend with his family a was finn elected dec 14. 1967, in a coup again then chair Man Charles o Hendricks of Sellersburg Chanel was boosted into the chairmanship in a move led by in Der and Edgar Hussein to visit . For talks with Nixon by the associated press King Hussein of Jordan is coming to the United states to Confer with president Nixon. The Young Monarch said in an interview tuesday in his capital. Amman he wants to get a firsthand look at . Policy now toward the Middle East. Hussein said he hoped to see Nixon the first part of december in Washington the White House said the a unofficial visit is being worked out and probably will take place in the first half of the coming month. The Monarch said a meeting Between him and Nixon was the subject of discussions with carnal Abdel Nasser before the egyptian president died in september. Hussein said his trip to Washington is Likely to be part of a pending tour of France West Germany and Britain. He said he also plans to go to saudi Arabia in the next few Days and then probably to Egypt if president Anwar Sadat is Able to see him. Speaking with associated press correspondent Dennis Celd at Basman Palace Hussein said Quot i Hope i will have the Opportunity to see at first hand what the thinking is in the United states about this Side of the the King added. A they have said they would like to see me and i want to see them a i Hope we shall Exchange views and seek a better understanding of each other s positions. Our demands and requests have always been that the United states should follow an even handed policy in the Middle Jordan takes a moderate stand in the conflict with Israel. Hussein and Nasser both agreed to the .-initiated cease fire that went into effect last August. Syria did not but signs Are that its new government also will take a More moderate stand. One of the leading pointers is Syria s desire to link up with Egypt Sudan and Libya in a new Arab federation in another Middle East development on tuesday Libya suspended talks in London with British officials on a series of disputed military and economic issues its delegation to London said it was returning to Tripoli. The British foreign office said it understood the talks will be resumed either in Tripoli or London some time next month the development came after a High British source disclosed that Britain has indefinitely shelved a libyan order for the Purchase of up to 200 chieftain tanks the newest and Best produced in Britain the foreign office offered no explanation for the libyans decision to return Home a spokesman said the foreign office was advised of the move tuesday morning according to the British in pm urn to Pas 2, column 2 warmer increasing cloudiness winds and warmer weather is due today followed by most in Cloudy skies warmer temperatures with Chance of rain tonight. High today tit la Low tonight 2x-.35 Low yesterday la High yesterday 23 Sunrise 7 41 a. In Sunset 5 22 p. In. In the Herald today. Nderson and Madison county Are deaths Page 2 new a i in also Page 2 editorials opinion and comments pages 4 and 5 accent on women Page 6 accent on youth Page 7 a Dei son and Madison Heights join 19�?o0-�?T7t Cage Derby with opener tonight other sports highlights pages h-9 in Aily features and comics pages to and la markets and financial news a Page 12 classified advertising pages 13 through 15. Quot rented it Early this morning Quot i rented of i the first too pm Tho Cam to a a it Quot that Wath comment from the satisfied advertiser to the want advisor wha helped her cancel her of clean pvt 3 my i pores in clot. Adult Only. 000 0000 no matter whether a us apartment it furnished a unfurnished. A Hrald-0uitatin want and can put Yau in Tauch with to on who wants to rent your apartment Yau can place a Fot act inexpensive want of by calling 643-s3z1 any tim Between i am and i p m Call Nawy aur want advisers Are waiting far your Call

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