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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 12, 1998, Anderson, Indiana of beats Highland in artist Tim Frain offers his exhibit at Anderson Fine Arts in the is rethinking safety procedures for old Boeing 737s. Page MAY 12,1998 going up at Hubbard CHRIS houses will stand where now there is nothing more than vacant land and a few Door Community Services Inc. of Muncie and the city of Anderson have formed a partnership that will bring six houses to the former Hubbard Park Located at 10th and Henry the park was one you get enough the neighborhood starts to come Shepherd Open nine facilities the Parks and Recreation Department declared surplus and decided to sell three years director of Open Door Community said the houses will be offered to and moderate-income Construction will begin June 1, with the houses becoming available around Sept. 1. we usually do is go into where the houses are in bad shape and may be condemned and we rehab It's about the same cost as new and when we rehab these homes the neighbors often start to fix up their own Shepherd you get enough people the neighborhood starts to come he development of the homes will cost about Open Door Community which is a not-for-profit will kick in about of The city of Anderson will provide out of federal interim Community Development said the city is allocated in Homes see HOUSING A5 photos John P. of the Conrail Signal Department attempt to move this wheel set after Monday's derailment at the Scatterfield Road crossing in this tanker contained a it might have become a ripped from no one RON danced underneath a freight boxcar after the front wheels ripped away from the car as it crossed Anderson's southside railroad tracks on Scatterfield Road shortly after 9 a.m. one of the sets of wheels thrown off at the northwest the drag from the boxcar derailed the tanker car in front of it west of the Scatterfield Road The entire freight line then came to a blocking traffic for more than an arrived at the scene around 9:20 a.m. and found the empty tanker listing to the north and both front and back wheels off the the tanker been the weight probably would have tanker to roll spilling the Battalion Chief Mike McKinley was no plaque on the side of the tank telling of the so firefighters were concerned about what may be inside until they learned the tank was McKinley one was injured in the and nobody was McKinley two tankers in front of the derailed were full of petroleum Neither were affected by the looks like it had some build-up on the said Ben a Conrail district superintendent who was called to the build-up on the wheels is from dirt and debris it picks up from see A5 comments run rampant at 20/20 show to give input at southwestern quadrant CHRIS negativity was residents met with city Planning Department officials Monday night in the first 20/20 Foresight neighborhood for the southwestern at Robinson Elementary The purpose of the meeting was to gather input from residents about the direction the city should take over the next 20 which would be put into the comprehensive residents who were there tore the city administration apart for about two complaining about everything from the Florentine Theatre and Arts the Environmental Court and its practices to the 20/20 meeting concerned about what's going to happen in the future because of what's happened in the said resident Ray will come out of this said resident Jack from this meeting will actually a complained about the refuse in many see rates Drill go up by Stamps are going up a to 33 for die millions of birthday cards and other first-class mail Americans send every Packages will cost but vacation cards will stay at 20 independent Postal Rate Commission much of the post office's higher prices on slid there is no need to make the changes until 1999because the Postal Service has been making profits of a year since t increase in 1995. to buy Ameritech for SBC Communications pushing to become a global telecommunications is snapping up Baby Bell rival Ameritech Corp. in a billion deal that aims to build the first local phone company with customers across the deal would be the merger groups and competitors on Monday immediately asked regulators to block the contending it would create a monopoly after previous phone deals failed to lower rates and made service worse in many Communications Commission chairman Kennard said his which can scuttle the will examine it bottom line question Is this merger going to create or will it be a Kennard itself the product of a marriage between Southwestern Bell and Pacific initially wouldn't be allowed to sell long-distance service after combining with the specter of three former Baby Bells shrinking into one conjures images of the old monopoly that was broken up into seven regional phone companies in 1984. the company is eventually allowed to provide long-distance it would be a potent rival to and to Inc. after its pending billion takeover of MCI Communications there'll be the merger goes there will be four regional telephone down from the seven formed after the 1984 breakup of A look at tha West 16 million local telephone access Atlantic 40 BellSouth Ameritech 23.2 million 56.3 Low 78 58 of ot Page Viril Vision Anderson Center for for coverage of clash between Indiana and the New York Knicks at Market Square minds always have been known to survive any kind of bad psychoanalyst 640-4848 640-4825 640-4853 640-4*00
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