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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Cincinnati, OhioTo we i veterans. Armistice Day is november 11 anti War activist sister Mcalister Speaks at ursuline by Kathy Healy the rest of the country my commemorate oct. 26 but Moat world War i survivors consider nov. 11 to be veterans Day. It was on nov. 11, 1918 the germans and allies agreed to an armistice. Several vets in suburban life area remember what happened. The americans had just won a decisive Victory at the Battle of Meuse Argonne. The objective was to break Down the Sedan Melieres Railroad. The main German Supply line to the Western front was then Cut off. The germans appealed to president Wilson for terms. He offered his 14 Points As a basis for an armistice. Twelve were accepted. The Paris radio announced a hostilities cease on All three weeks later Wilson sailed to meet marshal Foch Clemenceau Lloyd George and Orlando. The result was the treaty of Versailles and the ill fated Rian for a league of actions. William j. Schwaighart 4248 Dunedin Deer Tark was an army Engineer in new chateau France when he Learned of the armistice. He said a we did no to know what was going on. I was confined to Camp. Everyone else seemed to be going into town to celebrate. So i went he was Back in the us by june 30. Schwaighart remembers the Homecoming. A when we got Home wed get. On streetcars or go into motion picture houses and people would pay our Way a he said. And added a i done to think anything like that happens Roy e. Couch 4266 Schenck ave., Deer Park was in England France Belgium. Luxemburg and Germany during his War years. On nov. 11 he stood in a Small French churchyard As. A chaplain announced the wars end. A it did no to create a lot of enthusiasm a Couch said. He and his buddies still remembered an earlier false report of a cease fire. A said a but later hiking through Luxemburg we got enthusiastic. We had the feeling our combat Days were Over. A John j. Meyer jr., 3763 Woodford re. Kennedy hta fought in Europe for 18 months and spent another 18 months in the occupation army. He was in France when the armistice was signed. He we hungry homesick and depressed. A i did no to care if i lived or not a he said. His division was the second to go Over and the second last to come Home. As far As the above Are concerned veterans Day is tomorrow. As John Meyer said a the armistice was signed on that Day and no one can change it. Its like your his opinion is supported unanimously by almost All other Wei vets. Can place our Hope change. The weight . Inauguration Bennis bows in Abr that refine eng leering a birthdays a special occasions a anniversaries a shut ins Ward s greenhouses 4208 Schimck Ava. Deer Park in wards greenhouse i i i 1 i i i i i i i i m a a Cash social every sunday by Rob Cook a c8ni exclusive a a University is one of the most Beautiful things in the world a said Rev. L. Ven Chael Booth at the inauguration of the University of Cincinnati a 18th president. And the installation of Warren Bennis on nov. 6th As the new president of the University showed a few of the reasons Why a University is so Beautiful. T h e g o w n e d representatives of various colleges and departments of the school entered to a brass and percussion processional written by or. Scott Huston of the College conservatory of music. The modern music was a far cry from a and circumstance a but it had. Dignity and. Breadth. After the introduction of the dignitaries present the com orchestra and chorus and the . Women a glee club performed a a alleluia from Honegger so King the glee club seated at sunday nov. 14 tale 2 30 to 6 . Jackpot $250 Giveaway a my Tom Ftp Tatum l a a a workshop Jack pot $480 58 numbers. 1 a legion Hall a a. I platform. The music conducted. By Elmer Sherry Londe a student at the University interpreted through dance a let. Us break bread together which was Sung by unaccompanied chorus. The hymn was beautifully Sung and danced gracefully. The third musical part of the program was performed by toe . Concert jazz band. Their 1930�?Ts a Wing style number made a hit with everyone. President Bennis was then installed by the of the . Board of directors. President Bennis gave a Short address calling for an a exhilarating rewarding time at the University of Cincinnati. He stressed there must be a broadened definition of whet constitutes learning and an accent on lifelong education rather than emphasizing one particular age group. The inauguration ended with a Rock style finale including a let. The Sun Shine in from the fieldhouse floor was filled with dance from the University a a musical theater and dignitaries escorted from the by Carol Pucci a Community that wishes to have value in today a world must begin by creating new values and rearranging priorities that Are presently set in our society according to sister Elizabeth Mcalister Art history teacher on leave from Mary mount College new York pending the outcome of a Federal indictment accusing her father Phillip Berigan and six Othen of conspiring to Kidnap presidential advisor on National Security Henry Kissinger. Sister Mcalister spoke at ursuline Academy sunday to members of the Christian family movement a group of married and single people of different religions interested in improving the Quality of Community life. Her topic was the a value of despite a soft spoken and somewhat nervous manner sister Mcalister is Resolute in her belief that the values that our nation holds have been twisted and must change. She says she is More interested in relieving the causes that prompted her actions with Phillip Berrigan and the of fare than she is about discussing whether or not there was a conspiracy. Law and. Order Law and order has taken a priority Over Justice she believes citing the injustices she sees in the use of Force at Kent state Jackson state and Attica the arrests of student in Washington and what she responsibility for new life is ours the source of new values is within a we must be Able to give an account of the Hope that is in us we must be Able to share our experiences. I done to know if we did right. It was an act of Faith and commitment As if each Day was our last yet believing that there was a Beautiful future Why r a a it Asp meriting if metropolitan life insurance company new York . Elf a and personal Accident and Selth Insu rants 6509 mint. Re. 731-9d21 insurance special rates for Home amp apartment owners diard0rff Agency 531-3444 2089 Sherman ave. Dancers. Of the cur this Coupon Rosy Nice admission _ Mem after 2i20 . Nov. .14, 1071 Una Keeae f per per tone m m m my my m m i by Thomas was glorious and inspiring with its interwoven vocal melodies. Following the Christmas is for children. Find makes it merry join Christmas club now two 12" Bay Berry candles when you open your it club account Silverton Loon amp building co. 9468 Montgomery re. Montgomery 891-3643 7140 Montgomery re. Silverton kiwanis speaker. John Porter executive vice president of Fidelity Federal savings and loan., and a member of Norwood kiwanis club will speak at a meeting of the kiwanis club of Silverton thursday nov. 11, at 7 ., at the proud. Ball. Restaurant. His topic will be a see America 3-a suburban life we Dnn Day november 10, 1971 sifter Mcalister terms As a intimidation dissent. A a was a tactic to Stop dissent Law and order does no to work a she says. A you can to discipline turbulence As you would a. Child this is not dealing with the the values society places on War and death must also change. Sister Mcalister >>�5� a a a to condoning War and death As moral activity by allowing the War in Vietnam to continue. The charges against her Stem from a letter she allegedly wrote to Phillip Berrigan while be serving a jail sentence in Lewisburg a. For burning draft Cardi in 1968. In the letter Ahe allegedly revealed plans to Berrigan which included blowing up heating systems in some five Sites in Washington and kidnapping Henry Kissinger to hold As a hostage until. President Nixon agreed to Speed up the wars end. War escalating she How maintains that the War is escalating rather than coming to an end through the use of warfare which uses machines instead of men. She also believes society is being geared into justifying the War and when dissent occurs Legal processes stifle it. 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