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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Anderson, Indiana Second front pastor Speaks out Mandella a release called ploy Page a-3 sport what lockout fans forgive As season Openspageb-1morning liftoff Only Mother nature knows Page b-10 Anderson volume 121, number 297 . Briefing local City sponsors Booth at Lions Home show the City of Andersons economic development department for the first time will sponsor a Booth at the Anderson Lions club Home and Auto show april 10-13. A Anderson is rising fast will be its theme. A a we la have pictures of developments taking place in Anderson a layout of the River Centre a handout answering questions about the River Centre a said Linda Dawson economic development specialist a a we re mainly wanting to present the Public a time where they can ask questions about the River Centre the Racetrack proposed at athletic Park or any other development in Anderson a Dawson said. State newest lottery game offers 0100,000 prize Indianapolis a the Hoosier lottery a newest instant Winner game will offer a $100,000 top prize a the lottery a biggest Ever a when tickets go on Sale wednesday. Quot we re confident that will generate a lot of customer excitement a lottery marketing director Mike Kneffel said of the Mize. A this is my Money Quot prizes include an entry ticket for the lottery a television show a free ticket and Cash awards of $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $1,000 and $100,000 there Are 32 top prize tickets among the 50 million ordered for the game. Odds of winning some Type of prize Are one in 5.89. Nation Bride wonders who was that masked Man Folly Beach . A a Man infatuated with another Many a Bride to be was jailed after he interrupted a marriage ceremony armed with a toy gun and wearing a Cape and Black mask police said monday. James m Semigan showed up outside the Church just before the wedding saturday holding a Cap gun and wearing a big Cowboy hat a White poncho and a mask he threatened the Bride 28-year old Teresa Parker and her Groom David Bennett and guests fled police chief Steve Sheppard said. Semigan so who worked with Parker was charged with resisting arrest pointing a firearm and disturbance of religious worship Index bridge.b-9 Horoscope 8-9 classified.b6-9 lifestyle comics.b-4 lottefy.>-2 courts.a-4 police fire.a-7 crossword.b-8 sports.bl-3 deaths.>-2 editorials.a-6 Wall Street.a-5 Anderson Indian tuesday april to 1990 Price 35 cents Tell me it ainu to so More Snow coming yep so the Weatherman says. Cloudy. Windy cold and Rainy a conditions Are due today with rain changing to Snow tonight. High temperatures in the upper 60s, falling throughout the Day see Page a-2. Ryan just wanted a Normal life he didst think of himself As a celebrity or. Kleiman Indianapolis apr Ryan White did no to want to be a celebrity. He just wanted to be a Normal teen Ager the doctor who treated the aids victim in his 5%-year Battle for life said monday. _ a the did no to think of himself As a celebrity or an especially courageous person. He talked to everyone As a Normal Guy and that a what he wanted to be a said or. Martin Kleiman. Kleiman was Whites chief physical directing his care since it was discovered in 1984 Donahue rebroadcasts Ryan White interview Indianapolis apr a 1988 a Donahue special featuring aids patient Ryan White who be rebroadcast today. In the one hour program originally aired nov. 15,1988, White battled with new York and new Jersey Junior High school students about aids and its Impact on his life that the 13-year-old boy had contracted aids through a blood product used to treat his Haemophilia. A when he first became infected it was thought the duration of life was on the average of six months to a year. We never looked at it that Way with Ryan a a Kleiman said. A this therapy was not unusual it was conservative As a matter of fact. I wish i knew Why he did so Well for so Long. In a very grateful he was healthy for a Long time. What led to his lengthy survival is not Clear. I done to Kleiman said he planned no publication of his treatment of White who died sunday after being in Riley Hospital for children since March 29. See Ryan Page a ii in. In tip in Iii or a 0 of # my a. 4 Are its Spring vacation seven year oks Charlie Cook left and Abe Hawkins find Shadyside Park the place to be on a warm Spring Day. Dean Orewiler photo protesters rally against soviet forces Tbilisi . Apr thousands of georgians chanting a occupiers occupiers a rallied outside a soviet military base monday capping a Day of protests recalling a bloody clash that sparked their republics Independence movement. The Day of commemorations Drew almost 200,000 people to three separate rallies. It served As a show of strength by Independence activists who have scored several major victories in the past month. Soldiers assaulted a peaceful pro Independence protest in front of government buildings in Tbilisi on april 9, 1989, with shovels and Gas. Nineteen people died. The attack unleashed bitter criticism across the country. Several investigations have placed the blame for ordering the attack As High As the communist party politburo. But no one has been blamed officially. Up protesters near the caucasus military District Headquarters posted signs Reading a get out of Georgia a and depicting a hooded executioner wearing a military Star and holding a bloody shovel Early monday morning about 100,000 people gathered in candlelight on rus Lavelli Boulevard the ate of the clash. About 70.000 More nearly filled the republics main stadium monday evening in a similar rally. At an intersection outside the waited military base about 10,000 people gathered in the afternoon and shouted through megaphones for the soldiers to abandon their posts. Eldar Sheng Elaya a Well known geor see protesters Page a of officials fear ferry death toll could reach 200 fires break out on 2 other commuter ships Lys Ekil Sweden apr police reached the midship Cabins of a burned out ferry monday and found families who died together at the heart of the fire the bodies of parents lying Over children in a desperate attempt to save them. Inspector Leif Skoglund raised the estimated death toll to 170 in the suspicious weekend Blaze that destroyed the norwegian North sea ferry scandinavian Star he said one victim in every four May have been a child. A it was incredible a he said groping for words to describe the scene. A they Are so badly police in Oslo Norway said the death toll could reach 200. Spokesman ame House said the figures were unreliable constantly changing and a conclusive count might not be available for Days. A we May never find out How Many there were because some bodies Are in such bad shape that not even dental records May help a said or. Tom Brokopp Leader of the medical Rescue team. In Britain police began an arson investigation of a fire on the Irish sea car ferry Corrona that killed one Man Early monday and injured 32 people. The nor Rona was carrying 297 people from Milford Haven Wales to Roaal Are Ireland. Fire also broke out monday in the engine room of the French ferry Reine Mathilde 14 Miles off the Isle of Wight and England s South coast leaving one passenger dead from a heart attack and a crewman suffering from smoke inhalation. The passenger 66, was not identified. The Blaze aboard the vessel carrying 675 people from Caen France to Portsmouth England was extinguished by the Crew the coast guard said but the vessel lost Power and would be towed overnight to Portsmouth. A statement from the nor Rona owners the b and i shipping line of Dublin said the fire started in two unoccupied sleeping Cabins and arson was suspected. A possible link of the scandinavian Star fire to three ferry fires last year. Including one in september that killed two swedes was being see death toll. Page a 9 scandinavian Star specifications the scandinavian Star Terry that caught fire saturday off the coast of Norway was built in 1971 at Nantes. a length 465 feet a Width 72 feet a displacement 10,500 tons two fires started on these decks killed Over 170 passengers 60th Street design contract awarded by Dave Stafford b b staff writer the Anderson Board of Public works monday signed a contract that will provide necessary services prior to the reconstruction of 60th Street from Columbus Avenue to scale afield Road the Board agreed to a contract with beam longest a Neff consultants. Indianapolis to provide final design and engineering services and right of Way acquisition services on the project which could begun in late june or july. Plans for 60th Street Call for widening from two to three lanes on the stretch from Columbus to Catterfield creating a Middle left tum Lane for the ensure length of the project. Also. The Road will be realigned slightly to the South to More closely parallel interstate 69 and serve As a frontage Road. The new Road will Cross Columbus Avenue about 150 feet South of the current intersection after the realignment is completed the project will Cost about $600,000, according to preliminary designs of the project. City Engineer Stan Hiatt said beam longest a Neffs fees for the services will not exceed $40,000. The fees will be paid Only if Bonds for the project Are sold. See 69th Street Page a if front line Lucille Hamons has been in business at the same location along route 66 tor More than 40 years. A photo a Type combination passenger Rott on Roll off vehicle Carrier of welded steel construction a owners Compagnie maritime Des chargers re Unis sold the vessel in 1984 to Stena cargo line lid., of Bermuda. Name of ship was changed three times in 1984 sea escape Ltd. Of Miami says it transferred ownership tour a no of Denmark on March 30, 1990 source psf Long Tny portion safety boart. A Amu s�ffl�0dnd_ Kmyta re off Tribune a Judy Treible nostalgia Calls along route 66 Hydro okla. Apr Hie people at Lucille a service station have pumped Gas on route 66 Long enough to see history buffs Start getting mileage out of in Kula Mae Brown 67. Remembers when it was something to have the traveler perched on the nehi icebox at her latin. Hydro station turn out to be from the East co us. A i always found it just exciting a Brown said. A some of the people who talked a different dialect would amuse me now the people who pull up to the pumps under the stations old fashioned clapboard overhang talk with British accents austra uan accents. They ask Lucille Hamons to autograph her photograph in a Glossy Book on route 66 that confirms her status As living history. Hamons has run the station since see front Une Page a

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