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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Anderson, Indiana . Briefing local sen. Coats to address handicapped confab Indiana sen. Dan Coats will address the first state conference to promote improved services for handicapped children and adults today at the Anderson Holiday inn. The conference is hosted by Madison county a respite care program a service of Gateway association. The purpose of the conference is building a framework for family support. Coats appointed to Complete the term of vice president Dan Quayle is seeking election to a full term this november. He will address the conference at to . State Bayh intervenes in uniroyal dispute Mishawaka contract dispute at uniroyal plastics inc. Has drawn the attention of gov. Evan Bayh who invited Union and management representatives to meet with him wednesday. A the meeting was initiated by the governor to receive a briefing on the company a plans for the future and its pending request for state economic development assistance a said Bayh spokesman Fred nation. Uniroyal the City a largest employer has asked members of the United rubber workers Union to make economic concessions in their current contract leaders of Union local 65 have refused to reopen the contract which covers 670 workers. Uniroyal officials say concessions Are needed if the company is to remain in the area and expand. Nation Northwest fires pilots accused of drinking Minneapolis a Northwest airlines on Friday fired three pilots accused of flying while legally intoxicated saying the cockpit Crew violated company rules by operating the Jet within 12 hours of drinking. Each of the pilots on the 6 25 . Flight from Fargo n.d., to the twin cities on March 8 had blood alcohol Levels exceeding .04 percent a violation of Federal regulations. A Northwest pilots have established a reputation for airman ship and safety a company spokesman m Ancaster said. A fall of us at Northwest Are now challenged to win Back our reputation for flight Index Bridge b-7 editorials a-8 business. A-7 Horoscope. B-8 classified. .b5-10 lifestyle comics. B-4 lottery. A courts. A-10 police fire a-10 crossword. B-8 religion. A-4 deaths. A-2 sports. Bi-3 it la have to do it s certainly not the weather we be enjoyed of late but temperatures in the Middle 50s Are due today along with Cloudy skies and a Chance of rain. But get ready to cover those Early Blooming Flowers a Snow is forecast on monday. See Page a-2, Anderson players join the wove of Terry Ond Maurice fun site the Adrene Nin a uts a St of Down front. Even the parents Lead cheers at Friday s sem state sendoff Pep rally. John p. Geary photos Indian fans Call upon spirit of the past for Victory piece of history calling on the spirit of the past the Anderson indians embarked Friday on their bid tor a piece of basketball history. At 9 30 a.a., indians fans gathered from throughout the City at the wigwam to rekindle the tradition and spirit of past celebrations. Anderson plays Gary Roosevelt in an opening round game today at the Lafayette sem state. This is the fifth time in to years the indians have made the familiar trip to Purdue Smackey Arena in West Lafayette. Three times the indians have sent teams to the final four a in 1081,1983 and 1986. But it has been 44 years since Anderson has crowned a state Champion. Tradition was added to the elements of the Pep rally when the 1990 edition of the indians received a Send off from three members of the 1946 state championship team a jumping a Johnny Wilson Ike Weatherly and Bob Ritter. A if you think about winning and Only winning you will win a Wilson said. A this team has prepared for the tournament All season they Are now physically and mentally ready to achieve their goal a has teacher Dennis Montgomery serving As master of ceremonies called on fans in the half filled wigwam to bring Forth the spirit of the indians. Several times during the rally a storm was tracked see front one Page a-9 local Man missing at Dale hollow 28-year-old feared drowning victim i love you daddy come Home 4-year-old daughter begs for Anderson s release As hostage enters 6th year Beirut Lebanon apr Terry Andersons daughter pleaded for the father she loves but has never met to come Home Friday the Day Anderson began his sixth year As a hostage in Lebanon. The journalists family friends and colleagues marked the anniversary with commemorations and prayers in Washington new York and Cyprus. Yellow ribbons fluttered from Trees signs and poles in Andersons Hometown of Batavia . Former hostages chained themselves to a tree in Paris to protest Andersons Captivity and president Bush i pledged to work for the hostages re Anderson lease. But no message was As poignant As the one on Televik by Dave Stafford he staff writer an Anderson Man missing since wednesday May have drowned in a Lake on the Kentucky Tennessee Border. Jeff Cross 28, Anderson was on a fishing trip at Dale hollow Lake when he disappeared. Local police search teams have been unable to locate Cross and believe he May have drowned since his truck Ami personal items were found near a Dock from where his boat drifted . Police in Byrdstown in Pickett county term., have few clues about Cross s disappearance. Cross was alone at the time he vanished police said a right now we done to have anything. He a just missing that a it a said Pickett county sheriff Edward dowdy. A the Rescue squad was trying to locate him. We think he May have drowned but we re not sure a dowdy said. A we have no Way of knowing if he a in the water. We really done to know anything a he said. Dowdy said he had heard rumours that cries for help were heard prior to crosses disappearance. Members of crosses family were in the Dale hollow area Friday when search teams scoured the Lake Ami immediate Vicinity until Nightfall friends of the family planned to leave for the area this morning hoping to assist search efforts. Dowdy said Dale hollow Lake reaches sudden Depths of too to 150 feet a very Short distance off Shore. He also said Cross disappeared at a time when Lake winds were blowing Between 25 to 40 Miles per hour. Since the Lake straddles the Kentucky Tennessee line and is divided by several counties dowdy said it Isnit Clear which Law enforcement Agency will be investigating crosses disappearance. A we done to even know what state or county it s in right now. Its right on the Border Between three counties and we have no idea which county or state will continue the investigations a dowdy said. Trade talks with Europe critical for los. Farmers Lugar by Ken de la Bastide k b staff writer recent events in Eastern Europe Are having an effect on Trade negotiations Between the United states and the european economic Community according to Indiana sen. Richard Lugar. Lugar was the main speaker Friday at a awareness Day 1990 at Anderson country club. Proceeds from the a Day event were donated to the agricultural Community of Horry county s.c., which suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Hugo in 1989. A member of the Senate agriculture committee the three term Republican is the sponsor of the 1990 farm Bill that is supported by the administration of president George Bush. A the european Community and Japan Are the major markets for american agricultural products a Lugar said. A the United states believes that All countries should reduce farm subsidies and allow everyone to compete on a level playing Field at a fair Market he explained that if current Trade treaty talks with the european economic Community Are not successful there could be an increase in tariffs on agricultural products. Lugar said Eastern europeans Are concerned about see Lugar Page a f Carter voices optimism about Chance of Freedom for american captives from Knight Ridder new service Damascus Syria a conditions for the release of Western hostages in Lebanon have improved former president Jimmy Carter said on Friday the fifth anniversary of the kidnapping in Beirut of journalist Terry Anderson the longest held american hostage. A my own conviction is that More opportunities exist now for his release than Ever before a Carter said at the end of a private visit to Syria during which in discussed the hostage Issue with president Hafez Assad. Among reasons that Carter cited for his optimism were serious efforts by Syria and Iran to gain the release of the hostages and a slow restoration of peace in Lebanon. The anniversary of Andersons abduction and opt see Carter Page a-9 Salome Anderson 4, lights a Candle to Honor her fathers five years in Captivity. A photo Sion Friday evening in Lebanon. In a videotape Andersons 4-year-old daughter Salome appeared wearing a Green coat and Riding a Bicy see Anderson Page a-9 in secon residents speak out people on the Street react to digging deep for 30-cent mail i Pagea-3 \ volume 121, number 273 Anderson Indiana saturday March 17,1990 Price 35 cent Purdue advances boilers thrash Northeast Louisiana in Mcaa action Page by

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