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Decatur Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Decatur, Indiana Page 2 Decatur daily Democrat Decatur Indiana saturday december 19, 1970 Nixon a using pos Antiwar Leader says by Tom Tiede new York a Nea a american presidents Are so regularly and brutally accused that it almost comes As no Surprise to learn that Richard Nixon is now being charged with using . Prisoners of War for his own political Progress. Cora Weiss Leader of several Antiwar groups says it the loudest or. Nixon and his Pentagon have been beating the pow Issue to death lately. But i done to believe they really care about the lives or welfare of the captured men. I believe they Are Only interested in using a big lie to focus hatred on the enemy. I think they Are mostly concerned with creating the condemnation obviously is debatable. But Cora Weiss sincerity May not be she is not throwing bricks just to see if the window will break. Harsh As her opinion of the president is. She at least presents it with a Cool conviction not always evident in those who hold sex Winthrop ass Quot it xxv # Jit ii a amp pm i jilt Cora Weiss politics and the pos Treme views. Mrs. Weiss is a housewife Mother who has dedicated the last decade to what she Calls Quot a More sensible her credentials in 1961, mrs. Weiss helped form women s strike for peace an antinuclear weapons group which played a pressure role in the establishment of an atomic test ban treaty. That done mrs. Weiss and Asp turned to Vietnam set up a group called the committee of Liaison and eventually established the Only really effective information pipeline with the antisocial Hanoi government. In one visit to North Vietnam and dozens of communications mrs. Weiss has obtained the Only a a official communist figures on hundreds of . Military men lost in combat. Of 1,500 missing in the War she a a knows of 339 now in Hanoi prisons it is of course her Liaison with Hanoi that provokes her condemnation of president Nixon a handling of the pow problem. She says she readily gives All information she has to the Nixon administration a How could i withhold any of it from the military families in a a Mother myself but feels it is not accepted in Good Faith. Rather she says her pow information is uniformly criticized belittled and made to look like a communist trick by . Officials. She argues a i have Given the Pentagon and the families involved the names of 22 men Hanoi verifies As dead. I believe this information. There is no reason to doubt it. Yet the Pentagon refuses to remove these names from their a missing in action list. And they be told each of the families involved that my information is suspect. Therefore the families Are worse off than Ever. Before they just knew their men were missing now Hanoi says they re dead the Pentagon says there a no proof and the mothers fathers wives and kids suffer that much this comment is perhaps unjust. Pentagon authorities say they would be less than humane if they reworked their pow lists merely on Cora Weiss information even if accurate. In such matters they stress the government must have a direct. Unadulterated Statis by Dick Coroll eight engineers Are suspended by state Indianapolis up the state Board of registration for professional engineers and land surveyors Friday suspended eight engineers reprimanded one and continued the Case of another. The suspensions were ordered for violations of various sections of the engineers registration act. The Board held formal hearings and released its decision Friday. Terms ranged from one month to two years. Howard h. Gustafson St. John was suspended until dec. La 1972 for preparing and submitting a fraudulent certificate of compliance in connection with a project in St. John. Fred n. Mattox Indianapolis suspended until dec. La 1972, for affixing his Seal to plans not prepared by him or his employees under his supervision and offering by mail to assist no registrants in submitting their plans for approval. Suspended for affixing their seals to plans prepared by no registered persons and the terms for each included William s. Baer fort Wayne i year William w. Bassett Kokomo 6 months Ernest l. Munter Rensselaer 6 months Elvan f. Scotten Indianapolis 3 months and Fred r. Do Bash Elkhart i month. Raymond Rubuls Indianapolis was suspended 3 months for conviction of a felony and Thomas l. Francis Terre haute was reprimanded and censured for affixing his Seal to plans prepared by another registered persons. Tics from North Vietnam itself. Yet there is a modicum of truth in mrs Weiss notion that her intelligence is being twisted by the Nixon administration. The wife of one Man listed on the Weiss dead list says that she has been told to disregard anything mrs. Weiss says because a a she a mixed up with every subversive pea Cenik from new York to mrs. Weiss strongly resents this. She says she May be a pea Cenik but she a not subversive. She says she loves America Only wants to improve it. Thus she wishes to convince the populace that Hanoi Isnit to blame for the current pow despair. She says Nixon a the one a none of the last three presidents have been Able to stir up support for the War in Vietnam. Nixon thinks he a found the Way. There is absolutely no proof that North Vietnam has harmed any of our prisoners in any Way. But he harps away that the pos Are being tortured. Why because that Way he thinks he can get us to hate the enemy and to support him. And that Way he can get us to divert our attention from the real facts that every week we drop twice As much bomb Power As we did on Hiroshima that two million vietnamese have been destroyed that he is not winding the War Down but is very much seeking a total military but this presidential plan. If that a what it is will yet fail says Cora Weiss. She s convinced that growing numbers of americans even pow wives Are a beginning to understand that Washington not Hanoi is the brutal Side in she says there is Only one Way for the president to win Home support a announce june i 1971, As the Day Well have All our troops out of the War. Then i Promise you we wont just receive the names of our pos Well receive our newspaper Enterprise Assn Philippines Copper Manila up a Copper has become the Philippines largest earner of foreign Exchange Central Bank statistics disclose. It has replaced Timber and logs at the top of the hard currency gainers. For the first six months of 1970, Copper exports earned $115,318,000, against $113,242,000 for Timber and logs. Copper was in third place for the first half of 1969. Miss Shirley Jayne Suman and Richard Lee Ridenour exchanged wedding vows december 5 at 6 30 in the evening at the Willshire United Brethren Church in Willshire 0. Rev. Menzel Smith officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Gordon Suman of route 6, and or. And mrs. Paul Ridenour of Willshire o. Two baskets of White Gladiolas and Lavender chrysanthemums with a background of Fern and Palms candelabrum and altar vases adorned the Church. The pianist Kaye Snyder presented selections including bridal chorus �?o0 perfect love a a Savior like a Shepherd Lead us a a wedding prayer a and a the lords Given in marriage by her father the Bride approached the altar wearing a formal wedding gown of White Satin designed by level. The White Satin Empire bodice had a High stand up lace cellar and Long Satin sleeves with lace trim on the bridal Points. The a line off the floor Satin skirt was enhanced with two Rose Point lace overlays Down the front and the very full Satin removable train was caught at the Back Waistline. It was trimmed All around with wide scalloped Rose Point lace and gracefully came to Chapel length. She wore a Forward plateau caught to an Elbow length White illusion Mantilla which framed her face and was edged All around with scalloped Rose Point lace. Mrs. Vicki Bollenbacher served As Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Arlene Shifferly miss Kathy August miss Donna Suman and miss Sheryl Ridnour. Flower girl was miss Susan Suman. The attendants All chose formals identical in style of beige and Pink imported lace and Iris velvet. The lace Empire bodice had a High ruffled Collar and Long full sleeves. Iris velvet enhanced the neckline and cuffs on the sleeves and the off the floor Iris velvet skirts came to gathered silhouettes. Serving As Best Man was John Ridenour. Ushers were John Snyder Delbert Harding Erie acheron and David Suman. A wedding reception was held following the ceremony in the Parkway Junior High school for 200 guests. Serving the guests were mrs. Dave Brown miss Kathy Shaffer miss Rickie Suman miss Aleta Ridenour mrs. Marilyn Lautzenheiser and charge of gifts were Patsy Hill and Caralane Reinhart. Registering guests were miss Dianne Kelsey and miss Paulette Brown. The brides Mother appeared in a Pink Crep dress with Matching Pink lace trim. She wore Matching accessories. The grooms Mother appeared in a Pink Sheath dress with Brown accessories. The Bride is a 1970 graduate of Adams Central High school and is employed at cts of Berne. The Groom is a 1968 graduate of Parkway High school and is employed at the. United Telephone company in Decatur. The newlyweds Are residing on route 6. Decatur. Two accidents in City Early today City police investigated two accidents this morning with one arrest being made. Scott j. Anderson 23, of route 5, was charged with Public intoxication and leaving the scene of an Accident following a two car mishap at 2 a m. Today at the intersection of Nuttman ave and 13th St. He was taken to the Adams county jail following his arrest and later posted $500 Bond and was released. Anderson is slated to appear in City court next monday to answer the two charges. The Accident occurred when an Auto driven by Anderson making a turn off 3th, struck a car operated by James h. Franz 19, of route 3. Anderson there allegedly left the scene damages were estimated at Lio to the Franz car and $75 to Thuc Anderson Auto. This morning at 3 46, a one car Accident took place in the 90& Block of n. Second St. An auth driven by William Borror 21, of 304 n. Ninth St., northbound on second lost control of his vehicle leaving the right Side of the Roadway striking a City Light pole. He said his attention Wale diverted. Damages Wert estimated at $500 to the car an l $200 to the pole. New approach to alcoholism Murray by. Up a. Nationally known expert on alcohol education or. Gerald Joliette Heads a program being set up Al Murray stale University which is one of a kind in the nation. I lie pose of the Pilot program is to. Demonstrate the feasibility of an inter disciplinary approach. To train individuals on the College level to use objective information about alcohol in their chosen careers. 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During the fight the spokesman said the israeli patrol pursued the guerrillas into Lebanon and demolished a building at Pinata Village which the guerrillas had used As a staging Point. A military spokesman in Beirut said israeli commandos blew up one House and set fire to two others in the Village while wounding three lebanese civilians. The spokesman said lebanese forces fought with the israelis and forced them to flee. British prime minister Edward Heath shortly before leaving Washington after a visit with president Nixon said the big four Powers should consider establishing a joint peacekeeping Force in the Middle East. Heath said his talks with Nixon which included the Middle East were a productive and happiness is a wardrobe of spare parts that go together beautifully for working walking whatever printed pattern 9108 new misses sizes 8. To 12, 14, 16. Size 12 bust 34 jacket yes. 54-in. Skirt i cd. Blouse 1% yes. 39-in. Seventy five cents for each pattern a add 25 cents for each pattern for air mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin Decatur daily Democrat pattern dept., 232 West 18th St., new York n y. 10011, print name address with zip size and style number. Big new fall Winter pattern Catalon 111 styles free pattern Coupon. 50 cents. Instant sewing Book sew today Wear tomorrow. $1. Instant fashion Book what to Wear answers accessory figure tips Only $1. To profile artworks Send Price by Vernon Scott up Hollywood correspondent Hollywood up when Vincent Price in t making horror movies for american International pictures or appearing on televisions a Hollywood squares a he a out haunting Art shops for paintings. As Hollywood a resident actor authority on Art Price is too often forgotten As one of the Community s better Amateur chefs. He has in fact sold a Quarter million copies of a Cookbook he wrote in concert with his wife Mary a the Treasury of great the prices have been married 21 years and have a daughter Victoria 8. Vincent has a 30-year-old son by a previous marriage who is working on his . At the University of new Mexico. Price lives in a Canyon Home bordering Beverly Hills. He describes it accurately enough As a Rudolph Valentino it is one of the most unusual Homes in the area. It is not composed of a tremendous number of rooms but the four bedrooms living room dining room Kitchen and Den Are enormous in size. The living room is 43 feet Long and 30 feet wide with great expanses of Wall surfaces for paintings. Price changes paintings often loaning Many of them out on a tour of Junior colleges throughout the West. When they bought the House Vincent and Mary furnished it with heavy chairs and tables to balance the great size of the rooms and inc High ceilings. A hit of whimsy is a totem pole in the Garden which John Barrymore once stole from a tribe of Northwest indians. A it is a famous work of Art a Price says a and we bought it from Barrymore a three pics yearly Price makes three pictures a year which is More than can be said for most leading men in motion pictures. When he a in town he devotes one Day to playing Abc tvs a Hollywood squares game during which time five shows Are taped. Other than a cleaning woman Vincent and Mary take care of the House themselves with Vincent doing most of the cooking. Price is at his Best with Lamb dishes but when he and Mary entertain they bring in a Cook to prepare the meals. Vincent says he Cooks for relaxation As much for the in patrol guerrillas Joyi nent of a Good dinner. He also swims daily in his Pool to keep fit and to work off the results of his cookery. During a recent fire in the Canyon the actor threw most of his valuables into the Pool As a precaution against the House burning Down which it did not. But he is convinced a swimming Pool is Good insurance. Dapper in most of his television appearances Price at Home roams around in Khaki permanent pressed trousers shirt and loafers. He finds time to write for various publications and works with a major retail Chain department store on the collection and Sale of works of Art. One of the activities Price is most proud of is his chairmanship of the Indian arts and rafts Board of the department of the Interior. A it s a non paying Job a Price concludes a shut the one i truly enjoy Academy awards Date Hollywood up the 43rd annual Academy awards program will be televised april 15, 1971 a the first thursday night Oscar presentations in the Academy s annals. Superb quartet printed pattern Ift it. Blew up one House and set fire to two others in the Village while wounding three lebanese civilians. The spokesman said lebanese forces fought with the israelis and forced them to flee. British prime minister Edward Heath shortly before leaving Washington after a visit with president Nixon said the big four Powers should consider establishing a joint peacekeeping Force in the Middle East. Heath said his talks with Nixon which included the Middle East were a productive and happiness is a wardrobe of spare parts that go together beautifully for working walking whatever printed pattern 9108 new misses sizes 8. To 12, 14, 16. Size 12 bust 34 jacket 1% yes. 54-in. Skirt i cd. Blouse 1% yes. 39-in. Seventy five cents for each pattern a add 25 cents for each pattern for air mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin Decatu daily Democrat pattern dept 232 West 18th St., new York n. 10011, print name adores with zip size and Styli number. Big new fall winte1 pattern Catalon 111 style free pattern Coupon. 50 cent instant sewing Book be today Wear tomorrow. $ instant fashion Book what to Wear answers accessory figure tips Only $ mrs. Richard Lee Ridenour nuptials unite couple in marriage . Gospel concert thurs., Jan. 14, 1971 7 30 . New Bellmont auditorium featuring Thi imperials voted no. I in nation strings and things tops in Talent vocal amp instrumental for ticket and information Call. Decatur 724-9510 or Berne 589-3675 wonderful Christmas gift buy a ticket for a Friend. Gen. And. $2.00�?reserved $2.50

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