Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on May 17, 1970 · Page 11
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SUNDAY. MAY 17, 1970 Love Festival Crowd Begins To Arrive NEKOMA, N. D. (UPD-The · first contingent of collegians from Minnesota, Illinois, Wis- · . consin, Colorado and North .Dakota arrived at (his Cavalier County hamlet of 87 persons at noon Saturday for a "festival of love and life." The, 2,800 young people converged on an area one mil« .north- of here, next to the proposed - anti-ballistic missile 'site;- -·· to, protest the- Nixon administration's ABM defense system. . ,.;· The affair got off to a "very orderly and peaceful start" under sunny skies. Authorities expected at least 5,000 persons to attend the two- day fete. The first bus and car caravan from grand Forks, N.D., had stopped-off at a rock festival in Arvilla State Park, 20 miles west of North Dakota State University. · ·- the ABM sitei a massive hole 50 feet ' deep, was dubbed "birthplace of a monster" and young peop.Ie planned a symbolic wheelbarrow and shovel brigade to f , fill-in the hole. Bands from Winnipeg' and Fargo,. N:D along with folk singer-Phil Ochs'provided the rhythm; And "Chicago'7" trial defendants David Bellinger and David Frojnes added impetus to Hie.protest with speeches. . Demonstrators were advised | at rallies Friday night to stock.' up with food and .water, fuel arid, supplies' because "gas · stations and'stores 'along the · way might..be;.closed. 1 ,'. Ben's -·; Supply here and the Nekorr^a ; Bar were open, but proprietors were told "the town is roped 9ff and the .demonstrators are not permitted in aere.".V- . . . -. Nekoma; IVJayor.William Ver- wcy said townspeople shuddered at the" thought of a repeat of last year's. "Zip-In to Zap, N.D." The mayor said citizens have watched demonstrations on television. "It's the 'Chicago T crowd that scares them," he said. . v ; . The highway patrol said two wreckers .were sent here to pull vehicles from a quagmire expected when the throng hits the area--60 miles northwest of Grand Forks--which was pelted with three inches of rain during (he week. Gpv. William Guy placed National Guardsmen -- "with live ammunition"--on "strategic weekend drill status," although troops were not sent to the scene of the rally., . ... Catholics To Express Church Leader Views BOSTON (UPI) -Roman Catholics in the Boston Archdiocese will be. asked Sunday,to participate in a poll to detenrijne what kind 'of a man -they .Hhink should succeed .Cardjnal. Richard Gushing. . 'The Cardinal is' expected to retire in August on his : ?5th 'birthday; ' Ballots will be available for an estimated 400,000 Catholics in .the- 4JO parishes .of the archdiocese. A'.h.uge meteorite .exploded over Siberia on June 30, 1908, with a bang heard 600 Iriiles away, and with a force-:25,000 times greater than the atomic bomb which devastated Hiroshima. 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