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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 21, 1990, Anderson, Indiana Second fron Colts sign Jeff George for $15 million former mini quarterback now among highest paid players for nil Page by volume 121, number 308 Anderson Indiana saturday april 21,1990 Price 35 cents . Briefing local he powerless for 6 hours sunday the Herald bulletin will be without Power or telephones for a six hour period sunday. The Power shutoff will begin at 9 . Customers who do not receive their newspaper must Call by 8 45 . Sunday to insure getting through to the he circulation department. Remember a if you miss your paper tomorrow Call us no later than 8 45 . Mall celebrates Earth Day today a local Celebration of Earth Day happens today when numerous displays will be set up at Mounds Mau. Jean Newill chairman of the Anderson Madison county recycling task Force said she Hopes the 17 Booths to be set up will introduce people to a the concept of a Green a considering the environmental Impact of the goods they Purchase. Along with informational displays Newill said there will also be at least three mechanical displays which will introduce Energy saving and environmentally efficient devices. Earth Day which officially Falls on sunday will be celebrated today at the mall from to to 9 . Nation Pic fair demolished for Zadora Home Beverly Hills Calif a Pic fair the romantic estate where legendary movie stars Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks once reigned Over Hollywood has been demolished to build a palatial Home for actress Pia Zadora. Cherubs still guarded the Gate Friday and vines and flowering shrubs draped the curving Wall surrounding the estate but inside beyond a Thicket of Trees stood Only portions of the mansion amid bins of rubble sounds of hammering and shouts of construction workers echoed across the Hillside where a America s sweetheart Quot once hosted parties for virtually All the legends of Hollywood a Golden age As Well As Royalty and presidents. The 2.7 acres that remain of the original 15-acre estate Are now owned by Zadora and her millionaire husband Meshulam Riklis. They Are building an elaborate mansion that will incorporate a living room from the old House. Index classified 10 Horoscope. B-6 comics. .a-6 lifestyle a-5 courts. .a-3 lottery. A-2 crossword b-7 police fire. A-3 deaths a-2 sports b1-3 editorials a-6 theater a-7 clouding up Cloudy Early today with a 60 percent Chance of morning showers then becoming partly sunny toward evening. Highs from the Middle to upper 60s Page a-2 has details. Soviet grip tightens lithuanians facing More expanded Energy embargo Vilnius . Apr Moscow on Friday expanded its Energy embargo on Lithuania to include certain shipments of food Metal and Industrial parts in its continuing Effort to crush the republics Independence drive lithuanians said. Dozens of soviet soldiers also stormed a printing Plant and beat civilian guards and a local legislator Friday witnesses said. The Kremlin a is seeking to Stop the plants put the workers on the streets and encourage social unrest a lithuanian president vytautas Landsbergis charged at a news conference Friday night. Thus far in the 5-week-old standoff no such unrest has occurred. Despite military and economic pressure lithuanians have refused to Back off their March la declaration of Independence from the soviet Union As demanded by soviet president Mikhail s. Gorbachev and have solicited Western material and political support. In Birmingham ala., where president Bush gave a political speech at a rally spokesman Marlin Fitzwater said Friday the White House is a increasingly concerned by reports of the soviet economic crackdown on Lithuania and that Bush will be ready to Brief Congress Early next week on possible retaliation. Lithuania was forcibly annexed by the soviet Union in 1940 a Diu have to sacrifice Quot said a vies Vishnevskaya a jewish Mother in her 30s interviewed in Vilnius the capital. She said that requiring her 7-year-old daughter to share those sacrifices will be the hardest part. The City was Calm Friday and traffic was quieter than usual. Two ships from Cuba carrying raw see grip. Page a-7 finding a place on his face a Butterfly lands on 4-year-old Brian vol lot a face As the preschooler joins in Earth Day celebrations Friday in new Yorkus Central Park. Children were joined by celebrities in setting the butterflies free a photo what investigators found at the Patti office fire scene of War Choum bus a a a a More clues surface in Patti lire by Bill Leahy he staff writer new clues have been gleaned from the ashes of the Sand Patti office fire As a local physician has added another $1,000 to the Reward. A we have now established the Point of entry.4 Terry Keg said Friday. King is the chief arson investigator for the Anderson fire department. The fire Early tuesday morning destroyed the corporate offices of the Havering Agency 2200 Madison Square causing More than $650,000 in damage the Agency handles concert tour engagements and the distribution of Patu records to shirts and other merchandise the fire declared suspicious from the beginning was determined to have been set at two locations inside the offices earlier this week. A a entry was through a window on the North Side the Side facing the Lake a King said. He added that the person or persons who entered the building would have been shielded from sight inside a courtyard the courtyard opens onto a Small Lake and faces a thick wooded area North of the Complex. The Complex is situated 600 to 800 feet Back from the Roadway in the 1200 Block of Cross Street. A a firefighter identified it Quot King continued. He said that one of the first firemen at the scene noticed a broken window in an area of the building where no fire had been King said he was Able to locate fragments of broken Glass on the inside with Dean break patterns. He said these patterns differ sharply from those of window panes blown out by the intense heat of the fire. A the Anderson police department Laboratory has samples of the liquid used Quot King added he said the residue is being put through analysis to determine its compost Hon. Additionally he said witnesses have reported seeing a car drive into the Helvering Agency Complex around 9 30 . Monday about six hours before the fire. King said earlier this week that the fire was started sometime around 3 30 . Tuesday. First reports of the Blaze were phoned in at 3 43 . The car was described As an older Model Green Chevrolet Nova. King said the wit see clues. Page a-7 4th president selected Edwards receives nod to head University r i Arri my i Xcvi Warrick has h Hon nominated by the presiden a ated Edwards name was the one most often mentioned or. James l. Edwards has been nominated by the presiden Ual search committee of the Anderson University Board of trustees to become the fourth president of Anderson University. A the committee was unanimous in its View that or Edwards is the person to Lead the University into the �?~90s and beyond a said committee chairman or. David l. Sebastian. According to Sebastian the committee interviewed a number of Well qualified candidates and received counsel from leaders in both the Church of god and the educational Community Edwards Sebastian indicated Edwards name was the one most often mentioned. The 31-member Board of trustees will consider the Nomine. At its May 4-5 meeting after election by the Board and ratification by the general Assembly of the Church of god in june the new president is expected to assume the office on or soon after july 1,1990 Edwards 47, currently is president and chief executive officer of Warner press inc., the Anderson based publishing House of the Church of god. Before coming to Warner press he served for 14 years As see Edw Ards. Page a-7 German family right at Home in Alexandria by Rebecca Snelling he staff writer Alexandria a Wolfgang Mack of Germany never imagined that he would become a a groundhog Quot during his visit to the United states. Mack his wife Irene and their two children Kathryn 9. And Konrad 6, Are guests of David and Nancy Steele Deruig their one month stint As chaperones for 22 German students attending Alexandria Monroe and Highland High schools. Their stay a which began March 28 and ends with their departure monday a was made possible through an Exchange see front line Page a-7 the Macks of Germany at Home in Alexandria. John Cleary photo racing on the River off to Lebanon Lebanon raceway has been a part of Lebanon. Ohio for Many years and the men who operate that facility Are proposing to build a pan Mutual harness racing track in Anderson at athletic Park. The Herald bulletin sent reporter Ken de la Bastide to Lebanon to tour the track and ask local citizens town officials and others what Impact the facility has had on the Community the results of de la has tide s visit win be presented to Herald bulletin readers sunday As the Senes a racing on the River Long shot or sure bet a Quot continue dismissal denied or. Pravin thakkarr a abortion charge stands Page a-3

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