Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 23, 1988 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 23, 1988
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Pharos-Tribune, Logansporl, Indiana, Wednesdoy, AAarch 23, 1988 Page 11 Murder Victim's Remains Lost Mother plans to bury empty casket almost 14 years later Nixon Kissinger Soviet Policy Low Key Nixon advisers limited rhetoric SEATTLE (AP) - When Eleanore Rose holds a burial next week for her murdered daughter, allegedly a victim of killer Ted Bundy 14 years ago, the casket will contain Denise*s favorite dress, a rose and some photos. But there will be no remains. King County authorities, who had kept the bones of 18-year-old Denise Naslund as part of their investigation of the alleged serial killer, misplaced them shortly after they were found in 1974 in a wooded area in the Cascade foothills east of Seattle. A lawsuit filed by Ms. Rose and relatives against the county was settled recently out of court and details were not made public. But Ms. Rose said the settlement, and next Wednesday's memorial, are little consolation. "I can't forget the remains were lost," she said Tuesday. "Her being murdered was bad enough. ... All those years they told me they would give the remains back." In 1974, police agreed to temporarily place the remains in the casket so a memorial service could be held. Afterward, they were taken away by detectives, and the casket wrapped in plastic and placed in the funeral home's basement. Ten years later, when Ms. Rose sought to have them released for burial, she learned they had mysteriously disappeared, possibly in an office move or an accidental cremation, which would violate her Roman Catholic beliefs. Losing the remains "is almost, to me, sacrilegious. It's almost like a crime was committed," she said. When the service is held at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Seattle, Ms. Naslund's casket will hold some of her personal effects, including a favorite floral-print dress. Her mother said she plans to add a. silk rose, photos of herself and her daughter, a crucifix and some letters. In one letter, county officials express their regret at losing Ms. Naslund's remains. Another note is from Ms. Rose to her daughter, "Dear Denise, God forgive them for what they have done. I love you, Mom." Ms. Naslund, along with Janice Ott, disappeared on July 14, 1974. Two months later" the bones of the women were found scattered in a remote area. The cause of death was not positively determined. No charges in Washington were ever filed against Bundy, who faces three death sentences in-Florida for the ii)7f! murders of two Florida Stale University sorority sisters and the Kebru- ary 1978 kidnap, rape and murder of a 12-ycar-olrl Lake City, Fla., girl. However. Bundy lias been described by King County police as their prime suspect in (he unsolved si ay ings of Ms. Naslund, Ms. Ot( and six other young women in western Washington in 11174. In Ms. Rose's Seattle home, the walls of the small kitchen are crowded with photographs of her daughter, whose bedroom remains much the same as it was when she disappeared. WASHINGTON (AP) - Henry Kissinger, Alexander M, Haig Jr. and other advisers to President Nixon from 1969 to 1974 rejected proposals for a more outspoken policy on Soviet human rights and refused to let some Jewish groups use the White House as a platform, according to newly released presidential documents. The advisers favored a more low-profile effort involving behind-the-scenes negotiations with the Soviets, the documents indicate. "The guidance from General Haig is that we should not get the president involved in our replies to Soviet Jewry correspondence," aide A. Denis Clift said in a memorandum on how the White House should respond to letters from critics of Soviet policies. Kissinger himself wrote "there is virtually no way" the United States could exert public pressure on the Soviet Union to improve the plight of Jews. The memos were among 400,000 pages of White House documents made public Tuesday DeAndra Anrig Flight On Kite Unplanned Snagged by plane; she let go in time MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — Eight-year-old DeAndra Anrig says she felt like Winnie the Pooh when an airplane snagged her kite line and lotted her on a 100-foot ride. "I read about how Winnie the Pooh flies in the air on kites, but I never wanted to try it," said DeAndra, who let go just as the kite carried her toward a tree. "I wasn't thinking anything but how scared I was." "She said it was just a big jerk that lifted her (10 feet) into the air," said DeAndra's mother, Debby. "It carried her right over my husband's head. All he saw was a shadow going over his ; head. I'm just thankful she let : go." DeAndra escaped from her ride with bruises. 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