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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Anderson, Indiana Anderson sunday Herald May demonstrators picket Home of Moshe Dayan a thir i i. I i old City of Jerusalem te1. Aviv. Israel Iai about 50 demonstrators picketed the Home of former defense minister Moshe Dayan on saturday demanding he not be appointed foreign minister in a new right wins government. Dayan has said he would accept the Post in a coalition government expected to be organized by the conservative bloc Ethdl gained a plurality Over the ruling labor party in the March n elections. Some members have expressed Strong opposition to Dayan who was a member of the conservative Wing of the ruling labor puny. Liked Leader Menahem begin. Hospitalized for a heart inflame lion. Is expected to be released today to attend an executive committee meeting where Dayan will be the Centra topic. In Tjin appears certain to become1 Israel s new prime minister. Dayan in an interview Wilh israeli radio said there would tie no hard feelings if he liked executives deny him a cab. Inel ii jul. He also said dial in Kin has agreed that the West Dank of the Jordan Kivor occupied in the War can lit1 discussed in proposed Arab israeli talks for u Mideast peace. Weather weakens farm crop Outlook West Lafayette ind. A faced with the Prospect of a hot dry summer Loo Farmers can expect generally weak Corn prices stronger hog prices and an erratic soybean Market agricultural experts say. James e. Newman a Cairn apologist Al Purdue University predicted temperatures will average about two degrees above Normal from june. Through August with about 25 per cent less rainfall than Usu Al. Rain is Likely to occur in widely scattered thunderstorms which will be local and intense n new mansard. The Outlook for Corn pricing will depend on the weather during the next few months according to Purdue agricultural economists. Late May bids for Corn in Central Indiana were Between s2.20 for old Corn and s2.05 for the new crop. A dry period could spark a rally in prices bul any rally might be tempered by a Large Supply of wheat and feed grains. Purdue experts said Corn prices Are expected to decline below s2 per Bushel by next fall and possibly below the 31.75 loan level Al Harvest time. Recent soybean prices Haven t rationed in sufficiently to Rchull in the predicted carryover of 65 million bushels and agricultural experts predict Fuller Price adjustments. New crop prices a called in the Range of sg.50 to with late May prices at near for fall delivery. Purdue economists say there will be substantial increases in seasonal prices despite expectations Hal a Large crop this year May cause Harvest prices to drop below s7. Hog prices Are expected to drop slightly from mid May Levels then rebound to the mid to upper per Hundred weight level during Early summer. Slaughler cattle prices will continue in the Low to m i d 4 0 p c r hundredweight Range through july. Prices Are expected to decline by july or August As fed cat Lac marketing and non fed Slaughter increase. Purdue experts said the major variable in determining summer and fall cattle prices will be the trend in non Foci cattle Slaughter As it is affect cd by grazing conditions. Milk prices will Likely remain stable while egg prices Are expected to increase As rising production potential offsets jumps in seasonal demand. This could represent u softening of in Gin s Strong opposition to Arab demands that the lands be returned. Shortly after the election he said the Terri lories had been liberated and not occupied. Dayan. Speaking Alul begin s Nugo Lialin position said "1 Haskeil him when we say negotiations without any prior conditions would he exclude the Wesl Hank from it negotiations and he said he would in heir first joint policy statement on thursday. Begin and Dayan said a liked dominated government would not extend israeli Law Over the West i junk or permit unlimited jewish settlements there As Long As there was u Chance for Mideast peace talks. Soviets hit Young Moscow Al Andrew Young . Ambassador to the United nations made Gross fabrications when he accused lius Siatis and swedes of racism the soviet news Agency Siiss said saturday. A Tass commentary criticized Young s remarks following his recent 17-Day swing through Southern Africa. Having failed to achieve Concrete results in his tour Andrew Young resorted to Gross fabrications while return ing to the american Tass said. In referred to Young s remarks to reporters in London on wednesday when he said the russians Yre the worst racists in the while the swedes arc terrible Al the same Lime. Young who is Black said Britain s old colonial mentality is still Strong. Tass. In ils attack on Young said Talkat Veness and. What is More irresponsible statements As is known Are far from being the Best attribute s for a county area death notices Ellen j. Clem mrs. Ellen j. Clem 54. 114 e. Ames si., died Friday at St. John s Hospital following in extended illness. She was born in Anderson lived Here All her life and was a member of the Central Christian Church. She is survived by her husband Leonard Clem her parents. Or. And mrs. Kenneth k. Brown Anderson and a brother Faillie Joe Brown of Anderson. Funeral services will be comic led tuesday Al 11 . At the Rowe and Weston funeral Home Wilh the or. Ted Hurst Fri Coaling. Burial will follow in the Maplewood cemetery. Friends May Call Al the funeral Home monday from 2lcj 5 and v . Raymond 0. Mingle y 0 r k t 0 w n Raymond 0. Mingle. 72, of i 2, Vork Lown died saturday morning after an extended illness at Ball memorial Hospital in Muncie. He was born near Dale Villa and lived most of his life n Salem township. He graduated from Daleville High school in 1922. He retired trom farming in . He was i member of the Delaware county far m ii Reata. Survivors include one brother. Arthur of Yorktown and one sister. Margarct of Greenwood and several nieces and nephews. Services will b c conduct cd at hip Kirkman funeral Home at 2 . Tuesday in Var town with funeral services Essie sick services am. Monday. Condo and son funeral Home. Wilkerson. Liable s h services 1 . Monday at Baker Brothers Kun Cral Home. Edna Barrett services . Tuesday Harold e. Hozelle f Jii Cra Home. The Hev. Jual h. Evans officiating will follow at the Kim Hidge cemetery in Muncie. Friends May Call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Monday. They May also Call prior to the service. Richard Lee Webb hum a Richurd Lee Webb. U. Died Friday Al methodist Hospital in Indianapolis following a Brief illness. He was born in Hamilton county and is the son of mrs. Hull Carson Webb of Arcadia who survives him. He was a member and dec in of the Christian Church. Hie Walnut drove Liro Lher and sisterhood and was a Hospital corpsman in the Navy. He was a 1s51 sraduatt1 of Walnut d Rove High school and recently received a 2a-year pin from Delco it my division of Genera Milors where he was a tool and die setter. Surviving Wilb Bis Mother Are his wife Iloria Collins Webb two sons. Donald and Joseph both at Home and four Sisters. Funeral services will be monday Al 2 . Al the Hartley funeral Home in Arcadia with the Llev. Jack Davis officiating. Burial will follow in the Arcadia cemetery friends May Call Al the funeral Home after 2 . Sunday. Brown mrs. Pm Csc a. Drown. To. Formerly of 120 Sherman St. Died Lale Friday at a local nursing Home following an extended illness. She was born in Claire mich., and came to Anderson in 1959 from the Chicago. 111., area. She was a Captain at the salvation army and had retired duo to ill health. She is survived by Ihrck Mecca. Barbara Hubner and Kate Hudson both of Anderson and Isabella Moore of Fai Moum and two nephews Charles Murdock Olanderson and Duncan Murdock of Texas. Services will be Al 2 . Al the Baker Brothers funeral Home. Burial will tie in Clen Oak cemetery. Maywood Iii. Nolan Alexandria Nolan Timmons. 71. It. Alexandria died saturday evening at Community Hospital after an extended illness. He was retired from Midwest associates in Alexandria and owned Timmons buffing and polishing shop. He is survived by his wife Mary several nieces nephews and cousins also survive. Funeral services Are scheduled for 10 . Wednesday with the Rev. Ward Zimmerman officiating at Karl m. Kyle funeral Home. Burial will follow Al Park View cemetery. Friends May Call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Tuesday Al he funeral Home. Charles c. Hoel Charles c. Hoel. 79, of 501 w. Goth. Maleville. Died at is. Vince no la Ospital in Indianapolis saturday Mornini after u Brief illness. He was a member of the Daleville Christian Church and j retired employee of the new York Central Railroad. He was a lifetime member of the Daleville american legion a Veteran of we 1 and received the purple heart. He and his surviving wife Mary celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary May i. He is also survived by iwo daughters. Mrs. Jack i Evelyn Carler of Vork Lown. And mrs. Waller Lois Mills of daievilk1 several nieces and nephews and one grandchild. Funeral services will be conduct cd 1 . Tuesday at the Ballard and Shirey funeral Home in Daleville. The Kev. Thomas Murray will officiate and burial Mil follow at the Elm Hidge cemetery in Muncie. Friends May rail from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 . At the funeral Home. Bomb explodes in Jerusalem the map locales the Oha Gate o the old cily of Jerusalem near which o bomb exploded saturday night an a crowded Street wounding a Canadian tourist and four other persons folks sealed Oil David Street leading to the Gate and detained several arabs Lor questioning. Lbs Cia link reported London a Michelson former head of lbs news said Early sunday he approved cooperation Between lbs news staffers and the . Central intelligence Agency during the 1950s. Hut he said he would oppose such cooperation today. He also said there was no link Between the Cia and radio free Europe Tadio Liberty inc., which he now Heads. Michelson was questioned in a Telephone interview about a new Vork times report in which he was quoted As saying he did t raise an Eyebrow about cooperating Wilh the Cia because of the implied approval of William palsy. Chairman of lbs. Michelson. Who works out of Washington and is on a business trip to London said it was inaccurate to say that ci1s-Cia cooperation began in october 1954. The cooperation had be gun Long before he said. That was when 1 was informed of he Suid thai Austin Goodrich identified in the new York times report As a a Cia Man was a lbs Springer in Stockholm whose reports were used on the network Only about once a month. Goodrich had been on the chs payroll for at least a year before Michelson look Over radio and television news he said. In came As quite a Surprise to Michelson said describing his reaction to learning of Goodrich s Cia connections at a meeting in Paley s office Wilh two new arrivals born at Community Hospital to or. And mrs. Paul Burton 2028 Norwood a girl. Cia agents. Since this took place in i Aley s presence. I assumed that cooperation with the Agency carried the chairman s Michelson said. I fell in fact that in working with the Cia to the extent we did we were carrying out Paley s palsy said through an intermediary that lie did not recall the incident. Indiana news briefs sergeant drowns Wabash ind. An air Force sergeant scheduled to be released from the service in one week drowned late Friday in a fishing Accident at missis mewa Reservoir authorities said. The body of ski. Antonio p. Sousa 23, of new Bedford. Mass was recovered in 10 feet of water. Sousa who was stationed at Grissom air Force base Appart Nelv stepped off a ledge As he waded along the water s Edge. Police said his companions were unable to Rescue him. Bowen names Indianapolis a gov. Otis r. Howyn has reap pointed four members of the Indiana Stream pollution control Hoard to four year in rms. Renamed Friday were William ii. Bakersr. East Chicago Hobert a Holt Muncie Charles h. Greeves Bloomfield and John m heeler Indianapolis. Robert j. Fairchild of Goshen was named to a three year term on the Indiana world War memorials commission and or. Joseph Wright 111 was named to fill Hie remainder of a four year term on the hearing Aid dealers advisory committee. Miners return Boonville ind. A _ about Southern Indiana Coal miners who walked off the Job in a dispute Over removal of a safety sign returned to work by saturday after two Days of meetings. Larry Reynolds president of United mine workers Oist Ricl ii said Hie strikers now Hope their demands will be met in Arbi Iraklion. The walkout began tuesday at Peabody Coal co s Spur mine and spread to 11 other Southern Indiana mines including the Amax and old Ben operations in the Evansville Boonville area. Bowen on Energy there haute. Ind. A comparing nuclear Power Plant opponents to those who tried to discourage Christopher Columbus. Gov. Otis r. Bowen told 205 graduates of Kose Hulman Institute of technology that such antagonists were guilty of Nat Karth i Owen who received an honorary degree during the school s 99th commencement said the key to the problems of Energy economics and Progress in the world is to unleash the technology that some Are attempting to hem in bottle up and Cork with bureaucratic regulation and ii you want to talk about it. Without giving your name Call us. A cans. Birth cull 649-0448. Re Jet now. Free p by testing it hut i Sill i Kiel Cmike a Lukius Cut Ekls oi1eu ox1is hos Mill Ltd it issus edicts he Sam Toh i wove Cisi Ifrid find wheel cow Bretal 4 sales 644-6696 2517e.10ui Panorama showing Center pharmacies police blotter compiled by left Evans Herald stall writer uniform officers Van and slammed the however were still of the Anderson police door. The subject continuing late saturday. Department responding to reportedly Lien reopened state police officials a burglary to Progress Call the door and began reported no injuries in the at an Eastside business shouting obscenities. Crash of a twin engine late Friday reportedly officers arrested the plane in Hamilton county apprehended a Georgia Melford Man after he was saturday afternoon just Man who claims he is a identified by several Southeast of Fishers Soldier with the . Complainants in the area. According to reports the armed forces City he has been preliminarily detectives said. Charged with exposing. City police were reports indicated the dispatched around persons in the Van were . Friday to Kenny s Evroule to Indianapolis for tire sales inc., 1811 Ohio the 500 mile race. An estimated in damages was reported to the Rock Wool ave., where units immediately secured the building. according to reports industries 500 a they found a window on sixth St. Alexandria the Southside of the following a mid afternoon building broken out the fire saturday Point at which investigators believe the burglars gained entry. Apprehended inside the building was David Earl of the Arrow commander twin engine prop Russel j. Oil 42, of Indianapolis attempted to land the Craft but experienced extreme braking difficulties. The plane simply ran out of runway As the brakes went out causing the Craft to Careen through an adjoining landscaping company property state police spokesmen said. The mishap reportedly occurred around . Saturday at the fire units from Alexandria Elwood and Summitville spent More than two and a half hours on the scene be fore a a inv m it bringing the huge Blaze Indianapolis metropolitan City address Airport located reports indicated the Man Alexandria fire officials was found attempting to Sallie bla2e erupted hide from police beneath a after 3 . Pickup Ruck parked in the saturday in the East Wing of die Plant. They believe the fire was caused by a hot Coal getting mixed with a Load of Wool. Garage area of the building. Investigators reportedly recovered in change believed to have been approximately mile and a half Southeast of Fishers. The air plane was owned by the come sonics corp., out of Indianapolis. The Accident i being investigated by three state police troopers and an agent for the Federal investigations into the Baciu min Ecuer forcibly removed from a origin of the Blaze. Aviation administration pop machine and a cigarette machine inside tie establishment. Williams was preliminarily charged with second degree burglary and is currently being confined in the Madison county jail. Local authorities Are reportedly continuing their investigations into the breaking and say they have at East one other suspect wanted in connection with the breaking. However no other arrests had been made late saturday Madison county police deputies saturday were once again called to Essex inter nation inc., in Elwood following reports of shots being fired in the area by angry strikers now in their seventh week of the dispute Wilh management personnel. Shortly after 9 . Saturday county police officials were notified of Rock throwing incidents by strikers against Plant guards attempting to secure the gales. A few minutes later reports of gun shots in the area were dispatched. County authorities were enjoys youth Day Lisa Stanley daughter of or. And mrs. Richard i. Stanley 2040 e. Si., o Junior at Madison Heights High school was one of a number of area High school slide nos who enjoyed participating in the annual youth Day program sponsored jointly by the Anderson Myca and the Anderson Community school corporation recently. Students were selected to visit Lor the Day with of Licals in government Law enforcement firefighting education and Public service Orgo Nizo told upon their arrival at students with their future respond the Plant however that lilies As Community leaders and to arouse interest in Community Alla us. Lisa was of signed to be fire chief Lor a Day and checking out the snorkel Mil was one of her duties. Nothing had transpired. Earlier this week deputies were ordered to patrol the Plant area heavily from 4 to 7 . Nightly in an attempt to quite growing problems at the Essex facility. City police arrested a 25-year-old Melford ind. Man saturday afternoon following an alleged exposing incident on the City s East Side spokesmen for uie department said. According to reports several subjects were sitting in a Van parked in the lot Al red s cleaners 1231 Arrow ave., around . Saturday when one of the subjects allegedly opened the rear door of the Van and exposed himself. Investigators say several persons in the area became upset by the incident and at least one individual ran up to the specially shed and scent if shirts fit the big end toll Man. Lailor Edof per Inanen ends of polyester and of Lon in Bolh fashion and exciting seasonal p father s Day june 19 1240 Meridian Plain hours . Fri phone 842-6311

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