Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 10, 1967 · Page 8
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W»ho Free Press, Monday, July 1Q, 1967-8 U.H. Is Seen as Mideast Peacemaker -? By NICHOLAS DANILOFF WASHINGTON (I'Pi) - Despite (he United Nations' lack of success in bringing a peaceful settlement to the Middle East crisis, U.S. officials believe the organization can slill play a crucial role in ending the declared war between Israel and its Arab neighbors. This, at least, was the informed opinion circulating among U.S. officials today. According to this theory, the United Nations could turn out to be the ideal vehicle for dealing wilh the Arab nations' need to save face in the wake of their military defeat. American diplomats, basing their case on the five principles President Johnson outlined June 19 as a foundation for a 3 Cleared In Death Inquiry NEW YORK (UPIPolIce said Saturday investigation has cleared three rersons who had been considered prime;. .specls in the sniper shooting of Nancy McEwan, leaving them without a clue in the mysterious slaying. The three, a bearded photo, grapfier and (wo models, had been seen on Plumb Beach Friday morning at aboul the time the pretty teen-ager was shot In her car on the nearby Belt Parkway. One of the models was holding a rifle. Assistant Chief Inspector Albert Seedman said (he photographer and the models have been questioned and absolved of any connection with the shooting. They were not on the south side of Ilie highway-- where the sniper must have been--and the rifle they were using as a prop had not been fired. The three, whose names were withheld, will not be called as witnesses in the case, he said. "There Is no connection between them and the shooting of the girl," Seedman said. Miss McEwan, a 11-year-old high school senior from suburban Garden City, was on her way to work when she was shot. She had a summer job in her father's Brooklyn trucklngfirm. . The girl was driving alongthe parkway at 40-miIes-an-tiour when she was killed. Police said the speed at which she was traveling would have made her a difficult target. peaceful Middle East settlement, stress the need to persuade the Arab nations to end the formal slate of war declared in 1948 when the Jewish nation was founded. U.S. sources said (he existence of a declared slate of war only encourages and legitimizes provocative Arabactions against Israel. They cite Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser's declared blockade of [he Gulf of Aqaba which precipitated the latest crisis. The sources saW that while Aral) countries would undoub- tedly find It impossible to declare an end to their "holy war" against Israel in any bilateral negotiations with Israel, they might well be able to go along with a L r .N. declaration which did not single them out for special attention. U.S. diplomats are reasonably Aviatrix Encircles World OAKLAND, Calif. (I'PI)- Mrs. Ann Pellegreno, a tousle- haired Michigan housewife who set out to solve the mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance, landed at Oakland International Airport Friday after a 28,000-mile globe circling flight that traced Miss Earhart's route. Mrs. Pellegreno completed the final leg of her odyssey to unravel the mystery of Miss Earhart's ill-fated flight in June 1937 as she taxied down the Oakland runway following a 20- hour flight from Honolulu in her twin engine Lockheed Electra. "We have narrowed down the area where Miss Earhart may have been flying," said Mrs. Pellegreno. "Now we know what difficulties she might have encountered," she said. "And new evidence has been gathered. People we met along the way have promised to send it to us, "What we want to do Is write 'finis' to a chapter of American aviation which has long been a subject of controversy." , The 30-year-old Ann Arbor housewife and teacher, who looks enough like Miss Earhart to be her sister, wore blue slacks, a red windbreaker and two leis, as she greeted a bevy of newsmen and well-wishers at the airport where hsr 28-lay journey started and ended, Unlike some historians, Mrs. Pellegreno believes that Miss Earharl crashed on a flight to Howland Island, a liny speck in the Pacific Ocean. She dropped a wreath on the island as she flew by. Slaughter Stock Moves Upward in Midwest Markets By U. P. International Price trends for all major classes of slaughter livoslockat Midwest markets continued to move higher last week. Steers and heifers sold .25 to $1.00 higher, mainly .50-.15 and up on steers. Cows and bulls were steady to .50 higher, wilh some bulls as much is $1.00. Vealers were steady to $1.00 higher, while feeder cattle prices were steady to ,50 higher. The 12-marketreceiptsforthe holiday-shortened week were 117,000 cattle. At Chicago the average price (or choice steers was $26.30perhundredweight. In wholesale carlo! trading, steer beef was '/£ cent a pound higher and heifer beef l 1 /^ to 2 cents higher. Cow beef was generally steady to 1 cent higher. Hog prices closedhigher.wilh barrows and gilts .50 to $1.00 higher and sows up .25 to $1,00. Wholesale carlot prices for pork loins were IV? to 3V? cents higher, and Boston butts were up 2-1 cents a pound. Fresh hams were irregular. Hog receipts at the major markets totalled 420,000. The average price for barrows and gilts at Chicago was $23.40 per hundredweight. Spring lambs finished the week' selling $1.0041.75 higher, while shorn slaughter ewes were steady to ,50 higher and feeder lambs mostly steady. In wholesale carlot trading, caiciss lamb advanced 2-3 cents 2 pound, The 12 markets received only about 21,000 sheep and lambs. Late In the week, choice and prime spring Iambs weighing 85-110 pounds brought from "J26.00 to 5*8.00, withmostfrom $26.50-$21.50. Live cattle futures on the Chicaco Mercantile Exchange were steadier list week. An advancing dressed beef market and slightly higher prices for choice "steers at local yards encouraged some demand for future contracts. However, only moderate selling appeared and prices retreated to finish the week only slightly higher than a week ago. The August delivery finishedthe week at $21.41, while December was $28.H. Rye closed higher, corn and oats mixed, wheat and soybeans lower this week on Ihe Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat was off % to 1% cents; corn off 3 /. to up I'/j cents; oats off I 1 /; to up 1% cents; rye up 2% to 2% cents; soybeans of f% to 2% cents. Prices for live poultry delivered lo Chicago were un changed. Chicago wholesale butter prl ces also were unchanged. Closing prices for wholesale grade eggs at Chicago were generally l'/ : lo $ cents higher, with the greatest advance on larger sizes. Governor Makes 7 Appointments BOISE (l-Pl) - Gov. Don Samuelson has announced the appointments of three persons lo the new State BlindCom mission. They are Hisatomi MlyasaM Sugar City; Mrs. I'ldlne Thelander, Boise, and Coeur d' Alene attorney Sidney Smith. Miyasaki and Mrs, Thelander are blind. Other appointments: --Pea and Lentil Commission: Sanford Evans, Genesee, re places B.H. Wilt nun, Lapwai Harry Craser, Moscow, reappoint ed. -Bean Commission: Lawerance V. Gray, Nampa; Waller B. Relnke, Goodlng and Gerard K. Baker, Hazelton, new appointments. Board of Exglneerlng Exam iners:S.M. Barton, Boise, hopeful that the Soviet Union may be open lo persuasion on seeking a longterm peaceful solulimi. While the position outlined by Soviet Premier Alexel N. Kosygin at the U.K. General Assembly June 19 Is in many ways opposite lo the U.S. approach, American diplomats have nevertheless identified a number of encouraging signs in the Soviet position. These signs IncludeMoscow's clear recognition, as outlinedby Kosygin, of Israel's right lo exist. It is also believed the Russians support free passage for all nations through the waterways ot the Middle East, including the Suez Canal and Gulf of Aqaba, and that Moscow is willing to work for a solution to the Arab refugee problem and a formal end to the declared Arab war on Israel. BACK IN BUSINESS Tommy Pro!!, who operated TOMMY'S WATCH REPAIR Until illness forced his retirement is now working again in Meridian operating a watch clock repair service at the ... MERIDIAN DRUB CENTER, Meridian 2 BIG WEEKS Beginning July 10th STORE HOURS 8 A.M. to 6 P.M, v Yes,.. / This is our 20th year. We con hardly believe it! 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