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Brazil Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Brazil, Indiana Cia agents May be fired Washington up a As Many As 1,000 Cia agents working in the Agency a Clandestine operations May be fired or asked to take Early retirement by next year in a drive that has aroused bitter inhouse resentment against director . Stansfield Turner. Cia operatives get no Severance pay. Those sacked before regular retirement age get Only a last paycheck a refund of accrued pension annuities and dismissal into a world where Many employers will not hire former spies. Lost sea world goal Washington up a an International team of scientists Are making a bold new attempt to penetrate the Quarter mile thick Ross ice shelf in Antarctica to explore a a lost sea world a undisturbed for hundreds of thousands of years. Or. John Clough the scientific director wrote last year that the discovery of any form of life beneath the ice shelf would shed considerable Light on the life processes taking place in Complete and perpetual Meany resists retirement Washington up a Al Cio president George Meany resisting retirement at 83, begins another term As Leader of the american labor movement this week with a promised Tough new attack on president Carters employment and Trade policies. Aides reported Meany was prepared to use the Al Cio convention opening in los Angeles thursday As a forum to promote protectionist Trade legislation and to list weaknesses in the administrations new full employment Bill. Explosions rip Plant new Delhi India up a a series of explosions ripped through a government owned Plant producing heavy water for indians nuclear reactors late saturday at Baroda 245 Miles North of Bombay. Authorities reported extensive damage but Only minor injuries. The explosion rocked a nearby fertilizer factory an Oil refinery and a Village. A fire brigade rushed from Baroda brought the fire under control within an hour. About 20 persons were treated for minor Burns authorities said. Yugoslavs discover bomb Belgrade Yugoslavia up a yugoslav police at the Sentill Border crossing sunday discovered a bomb aboard an International train travelling from West Germany and evacuated All 140 passengers before it exploded. The bomb was planted in the last coach of the West German railways train which reached the Northwestern yugoslav City of Ljubljana after a two hour delay police said. Saudi Arabia gets support Kuwait up a the Oil minister of the United Arab emirates sunday said his country would support saudi Arabia at the Oil Price fixing conference in Caracas dec. 20. Asked whether Oil prices should be Frozen or raised Oil and Mineral resources minister Maneh said Al Otsibah said a your opinion is that this question should be left for the open conference in Caracas to decide upon. If we found saudi Arabia standing alone at Caracas we would stand alongside her but we shall maintain Opecz a farm meetings planned indy organized crime topic of investigation Indianapolis up a former Indiana Republican National committeeman l. Keith Bulen and some of his aides May have provided the political clout needed for some members of organized crime to move in on Indianapolis according to a copyrighted Story in today a editions of the Indianapolis Star. The newspaper is running a series of articles based on an eight month investigation it made into organized crime in the nations 11th largest City. It specifically mentioned Bulen and his assistant Edgar l. A a Nick Longworth plus Thomas e. A a buddy Parker jr., Deputy director of the Indianapolis department of administration and police capt. Charles e. Broeking As being friends to Morris Mitchell 46, Zionsville. Mitchell is the Nephew of the late numbers Racket Boss Isaac a Stuffy a Mitchell and is a former bail Bondsman who had been involved in real estate night clubs and a series of liquor stores. The paper says he is also Well known in gambling circles and has been known to steer prospective borrowers to out of state a Money men with ties to racketeers in Chicago Cleveland Las vegas and Detroit. The paper mentioned that Mitchells wife Shirley owns a successful trotting horse with Bulen who says his Friendship with Mitchell a at no time involved political favors. The paper said sunday that organized crime a maintains a quiet but powerful influence in Indianapolis ranging from gambling to pornography to a variety of fraudulent Money the activities through which the racketeers gamblers and hoodlums operated Are the City a private clubs extensive horse race booking and sports parlay cards. A unquestionable gambling and fencing of stolen goods Are the twin hubs of organized crimes interests in Indianapolis a the paper said. The paper said its investigation determined that local gamblers had Syndicate friendships and associated regularly with career hoodlums who have been arrested but never convicted for murder. For Sale a very Nice property North Murphy Avenue a Pioneer Village. 3 bedrooms aluminium sided All electric Home on v2 acre of ground. This House has a Large Kitchen with plenty of cabinets and a Small pantry living room Large family room lots of carpeting and City water. Nice Home for the family. $28,000.00. 508 East National ave. A i or Puliti 4 u. 443-4331 Aron l. Royer Gri res. 448-1931 Becky Mishler res phone 446-1061 Linda Shobe Messmer res. Phone 443-0076 Donald Shepard. In san Diego Donald Shephard Back from Pacific Petty officer 3rd class Donald w. Shepard son of Acy w. Shepard sr., South Grant Street recently completed an extended tour of the p Pacific Ocean with the . Navy. He is now stationed in san Diego calif., aboard the ship .s. Marvin Shields. Shepard entered the Navy in 1974. He was first assigned to a destroyer the .s. Benjamin Stoddert. He was stained in Hawaii for Over a year. His four year enlistment will end in october 1978. Then he will serve two years As a non Active member of the Navy. By Stan Watts Extension agent agricultural Calendar december 8 a cow calf Day 4-h Community building Greencastle 9 30 . To2 45 . 13 a new farm program farm Bureau building Terre haute 7 30 . 13 a Swine seminar 4-h building Sullivan 7 30 . 14 a 208 water Quality meeting Gregory a 7 30 . 15 a Grain sorghum production Prairieton firehouse 7 30 . January 3 a management strategies Gregory a 7 30 am breakfast 5 a management strategies Howard Johnson Terre haute 7 30 . Breakfast 9-14 a farm science Days Purdue All week 17 a Corn forum for area a Adamic a 9 30a.m.to3 00 . 24 a annual Extension advisory Council acc Church Poland 6 30 . Long lasting Plant one of the most popular plants purchased for decoration or Given As gift during the Christmas season is the Poinsettia. It is estimated that 25 million of these plants Are now used by americans to provide a touch of Beauty color and meaning in their daily lives. As the Christmas Flower the Poinsettia has been popular for generations. Once it was considered a Short lived Plant and purchased Only a week or so Spade Hoe and Shear before the holidays. Today however Many new Poinsettia cultivars have made the Plant one of the most enduring. With proper care poinsettias acquired during the Christmas holidays now often last until easter and beyond. Mini types have also become popular in recent years. These Are used As Small decorative Center pieces. Others Are used in hanging baskets. Regardless of which Type of Poinsettia you Purchase or receive always remember to place the Plant in As much Light As possible. Avoid placing it in drafts or where it will have excessive heat from appliances radiators or ventilating ducts. The Ideal temperature for the predictions better Tokyo up a despite the use of computers and space satellites japanese weather predictions Arentt much More accurate than the ones the government was issuing a Century ago according to a Veteran forecaster. Tsune Yuki Kikuchi an employee of the forecast Bureau of the meteorological Agency said sunday that in 1976 his bureaus forecasts turned out to be right 80.6 per cent of the time. Plant should never exceed 72 degrees f. In the Day or 60 degrees f. At night to prolong the Bright color of the bracts. Put the Plant up and out of traffic and away from unmonitored children and animals. With proper care and surroundings your Poinsettia can provide you. Or the receiver. With months of pleasure. Keep baby pigs comfortable Cater to the health and Comfort of baby pigs by providing a comfortable environment for them. Chiling drafts wet sleeping areas and inadequate heat for very Young pigs Are causes of scours and other health problems. In slotted floor units use several heat lamps to maintain 95 degrees f. In the sleeping areas at farrowing time. Avoid drafts by keeping doors windows and other openings closed. Ventilate sufficiently to remove moisture Laden air but avoid sudden High velocity air movements that result in chilling. Top off your holidays with dazzling hair designs from Loycen a hair fashions 20% discount men and women Call for an appointment 448-2205 tuesday and wednesday Only dec. 6 and 7 3d adv Rols cd savings guaranty id intends to have every advertised item available during the advertised period of Sale unless a limited Quantity is specified if for any reason an advertised item is not a reliable. We will upon request offer an available comparable item at a comparable reduction in Purchase Price immediate satisfaction is our policy 30 your satisfaction guarantee 88 stocking sfujj0t special of 2/88 scotch a hair set tape great for Short hair styles. Created especially for hair styling it 88� Crayola a crayons 48 different Brilliant colors to Delight any child disposable lighter with adjustable flame. Handy for the smokers on your list open daily 9 00-9 00, sunday 11 00-6 00 Brazil Plaza shopping Center Brazil Indiana 4/88 write is plent Pak gum 17-stick packages of big red spearmint Juicy fruit a and double mint. A limit4

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