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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Anderson, Indiana Mother to be tried a Bloomington ind., woman will still go on trial this fall on charges she murdered her child. In a related Case earlier this week prosecutors failed to convince a Providence ri., jury the father had taped the to letters sent letters Are being mailed seeking new uses and owners for the Carnegie building before the Library vacates it in 1987. Page 7polesitter defending Little 500 Champion Frank Riddle earned the pole position for the second straight year Friday during qualifications for this evening s annual race at the Anderson Speedway. Thirty three sprint cars will answer the Call beginning at 8p.m.Page 21latifcrsou hails serving one of Indiana a great cities for i of years saturday May 24,1986 Anderson Indiana volume Joi turn tar 54 Price 25 cents ., Britain veto sanctions by the associated press United nations a the United states and Britain though expressing willingness to condemn South Africa for its raids into Black nations vetoed a Security Council Resolution calling for mandatory sanctions against the White led government. A we do not believe that the destruction of the South african Economy serves anyone a interest least of All those who suffer under apartheid a Delegate Patricia Byrne told the Council after the Friday night vote. Twelve of the 15 Security Council members supported the Resolution including two Western allies Denmark and Australia. France abstained. Three people were reported killed and 15 wounded in the South african raids into Black ruled Botswana Zambia and Zimbabwe on monday. The forays into the nearby nations were purportedly aimed at bases of the african National Congress. The Anc is the main Black guerrilla group fighting the South african government and the apartheid system under which 5 million Whites Rule 24 million vote less Blacks. Senegalese ambassador Mas Samba Sarre whose government had called for the urgent Council meeting on behalf of the 51-Mem-Ber organization of african Unity said the veto caused Black african states to wonder whether a a there a still any Chance of resorting to the International Community to resolve this problem both the United states and Britain had said they were willing to join other Council members in condemning South Africa for the raids but walked at the binding International sanctions. The two Western Powers already have imposed limited economic restrictions of their own on South Africa. British ambassador sir John Thomson said Britain opposed a Short term Steps that might endanger Commonwealth efforts to arrange talks Between South Africa and Black guerrillas to bring peace to the Region. During the debate Ambassador Herbert s. Okun called the raids a reprehensible irresponsible and inexcusable and a a body blow to And International efforts for peace in Southern Africa. He urged delegates to Send a a United message to South Africa that by resorting to violence against peaceful neighbors it will further isolate itself thereby Dis see Page 2, column 5 Gorilla my dreams9 doctors examine a Tranquili Zed Gorilla Fred at the Lincoln Park zoo in Chicago thursday before shipping him to St. Louis. Fred 28, is the Leader of four Lowland gorillas in a cooperative Breeding program. Associated press High school Home builders honoured by Mike Alexander bulletin staff writer Twenty one area High school seniors who built a House were honoured at Anderson country club Friday at noon. They were guests of the Anderson Board of realtors and five lending institutions Anderson banking co., american Federal savings citizens banking co., first National Bank of Madison county and first savings of Central Indiana. About 120 students parents suppliers and representatives of the Board of realtors and Anderson Community schools attended. The students attended classes at their High schools a half Day and spent the other half Day constructing a 1,600-Square-foot Brick House on a wooded lot with three bedrooms two Baths a fireplace and a two car garage. The House is at 615 heritage Lane behind the Anderson area vocational technical school on West 38th Street. The House was sold before the students finished building it. They were taught by Jack Francis Tom Muir and Ronald Schroeder. Francis said it was an outstanding class which took on More of a project tins time and finished it in Shorter time. The House was the 12th project completed by the building trades see Page 2, column i Gorbachev irate with soviet foreign affairs diplomats by the associated press Moscow a Mikhail s. Gorbachev has expressed his displeasure at the Way soviet diplomats have handled the nations foreign affairs and indicated that major changes May be made at the foreign ministry. Rumours of an impending ministry shakeup first arose last july when Gorbachev the head of the soviet communist party replaced Andrei a. Gromyko who had spent 27 years As foreign minister with Eduard a. Shevardnadze. Shevardnadze a communist party Leader from the georgian Republic had Little prior foreign policy exp Nence. On fonday Gorbachev spoke to top soviet diplomats and senior party officials. Although the official Tass news Agency provided Only a vague outline of his remarks it made it Clear that Gorbachev was not Happy with past handling of foreign affairs. A the exp Nence of soviet diplomacy in recent years was examined critically and with party style exacting Ness Quot Tass said. Such language Cust Manly Means that the party Leader wants changes made. Tass gave no details of a report it said was presented by Shevardnadze. A senior Western Diplomat said earlier Friday that other envoys had told him that some soviet ambassadors had been called Home for the meeting and that Gorbachev was expected to outline a major re Struc tuning of the foreign ministry. Tass suggested that fridays meeting which appeared to involve nearly All decision makers in soviet foreign policy could resume today. In december the appointment of Valentin m. Nikiforov As Deputy foreign minister was seen As a step toward tightening party control Over the ministry that Gromyko who now holds the largely cer Momal Post of soviet president had dominated for so Long. Nikiforov is a party official who specializes in organization and personnel matters. Recently major diplomatic postings and ministry officials have also been shuffled. Tass announced wednesday that Yuli Vorontsov ambassador to France and Anatoly Kovalev a see Page 2, column 3 millions to up9 with couple f Good evening by the associated press Hammond ind. A Ronald Price and Patricia Webb had planned a Small wedding a something just for family and a few friends but sunday the Hammond couple will have Between 6 and to million a a guests standing beside them As they Exchange vows during the National hands across America fund Raiser. It will be a something Well really remember for the rest of our lives Quot is. Webb said. A this could be a guinness Book of records entry for having the most people standing up for a wedding a said Hammond City judge Peter Katie who will step out of line As the 2 p m. Human Chain gets under Way to marry the couple on the Hammond Gary Border. Katie said businesses in and near the Northwest Indiana Community have donated Champagne a Tuxedo a limousine wedding dinner and honeymoon suite. The couple will be married during the 15-minute Pend in which 300,000-400,000 people will hold hands across Indiana As part of the National event to raise Money for the nations needy. Nationally organizers Hope to form a link 4,000 Miles Long from new York to los Angeles and raise Between 150 million and $100 million. See Page 2, column 4 Index it pages births.3 church.�?z.6 comics_________14 pages editorials 4 sports. 2123 Heaters 13 what s where to tonight mostly Cloudy and mild with a Low around 60 and a Light Northeast wind sunday mostly Cloudy with a 30 percent Chance of late afternoon or evening thundershowers and a High in the mid die to upper 70s the Outlook for memorial Day mostly Cloudy with a Chance of thundershowers and a High in the 70s the Low will be in the Middle to upper 50s Friday s High 70 overnight Low 48 no precipitation. Done to let booze ruin your big Day William v Lawler or a Adivi it minty tin Atar drinking proms and graduation Don t mix Quot Indiana Law prohibits anyone including parents from Selling or furnishing any Type of alcoholic beverage to any person under 21 years of age at any location. Anyone caught violating this Law will be prosecuted a it the Law woman kills former son in Law in court by the associated press san Rafael Calif. A a woman who opened fire in a courtroom shooting her former son in Law to death before killing herself was Able to invade the building with a .38-Caiiber gun because Metal detectors were not used officials said. Scores of horrified Marin county courthouse spectators scrambled for safety As shots rang out fonday afternoon during the arraignment of the woman a daughter who was accused of stealing her child from her sex husband As officers with guns drawn ran toward the courtroom a Metal Detector stood against a corridor Wall unused. Sylvia Tolson 68, of Stockton shot Dav m. La font 36, of san Rafael twice the stepped to an aisle and shot herself a Iho Ribes said la font died instantly we mrs Tolson died 2% hours later at a Host Tai the shooting followed a Long Runny custody dispute Between la font and i sex wife Lama Tolson 35, Over their if yes Oki daughter Samiuel Auren la p of sheriff s detective Richard Keaton said Lama Tolson who had been arrested Stockton on i Hur Day on a warrant Chai my her with unlawful flight to avoid pro cution was being arraigned by Muir if judge Ernest Zunino on the child Ste a lose Page 2, column $ Kamela Michelle Kinder and David p. Wykoff Anderson High juniors Rode to their prom at the wigwam fonday in a horse drawn buggy Donven by Mark Heman. A i done to know How Many people congratulated us on our manage a David said of the 45-minute buggy ride a maybe we should have put a sign on it saying just going to parents hosted a Quot just going to prom a Bumm photon of a Arm Jocobi Post prom party Early this morning at which students wer Given phony Money bearing pictures of principal Horae it Hadbo ume. Students were Able to a a bet on games and a chances to win a compact disc player a flight to dinner at the Muncie Airport and numerous other prizes. All activity were provided free to the students. % j

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