Lt Paul Foltz memorial service Oct 30, 1971

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Lt Paul Foltz memorial service
Oct 30, 1971
 - Schedule Services Monday For Navy Lt. Paul...
Schedule Services Monday For Navy Lt. Paul Foltz Funeral services have been set for tl.S. Navy Lt. Paul Ray-j mond Foltz, Terre Haute, who was killed October 12, in action in Vietnam. Services will he at 11 a.m. Monday at the Bedino Peace' Chapel, with the Rev. Archie! Showen officiating. Full military graveside rites| will follow at '1 p.m. Monday' at Lebanon Cemetery. Midland,! Ind. Friends may call after noon Sunday at the funeral home. + + + Foltz, 28, was killed while transiting the Trem Trein River in the Xuyen Providence of South Vietnam, when his sal- ,vage craft canie under enemy rocket attack. He attended Sandison School, Woodrow- Wilson Junior High School, and Wiley High School. A .1966 graduate of Indiana State University, he received 1iis B.S. and M.S. Degrees in Life Sci-, ences. Lit. Foltz, who was. commis sioned in the Navy in 1968 following Officer Candidate School, was'a diving officer, a qualified second class diver and salvage diver. From his three tours of duly in Vietnam, his medals included the Diver Officer Breast Insignia, National Defense Service .Medal, Vietnamese Service Medal, Vietnamese Campaign Medal, Purple Heart, and 'the Combat Action Ribbon. Prior to entering the Navy.! Foltz was active in the youth group of the First Baptist Church, where he was a member. He also was a member of the Officer's Christian Union and worked with the Christian Ser vices Men's Clubs. An active Scouter, he earned the Eagle Scout and was a Vigil Honor Member of the Order of the Arrow. He also served as Scout Master at the Glen Home and of Troop 109 of the First Baptist Church. Foltz is survived by his mother, -Mrs. Wygonda R. Foltz; a twin brother, Philip R., and a LT. PAUL RAYMOND FOLTZ younger brother, John A., all o; Tei're Haute, and a grandmoth er, Mrs. Nellie Dunlap, Tampa Fla. Singh Reports Russia To Back India In War NEW DELHI (UPD—Exter nal Affairs Minister Sardai Swaran Singh- told parliamen members that the Soviet-Union has pledgel its full support to India in. the -event the crisis with Pakistan erupts into war government source's said Fri day. The- sources, who attended a parliamentary consultativ committee meeting on foreign affairs briefed by Singh Thurs day, said he informed the group of the pledge from Moscow They said Singh also said Soviel President Nikolai V. Podg6rny

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  1. The Terre Haute Star,
  2. 30 Oct 1971, Sat,
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