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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1974, Anderson, Indiana Sunday june 16. 1974 Anderson sunday Herald Page 3v career Tough Road mall plans delayed Byeff Kurowski Herald staff writer new plans for the troubled Meridian Street shoppers mall project were Mohave been presented by the downtown improvement association Dia to the Anderson redevelopment commission monday but Dia president Fred Boze said their report will be delayed until the mid dle of the week. The Federal department of housing and Urban develop ment Hud has granted the City for the project pending local approval by the Board of Public works in May totalled causing the awarding of contracts to be delayed and the project reevaluated. The City has until dec. 31 to award contracts or else Hud will reclaim its Grant. However redevelopment director Dennis Matthews said contracts will Saveto Brawar ded soon because of rapidly rising construction costs. If Quick action is not taken. Matthews said the project May either become too expensive or have to be Cut Back to such an extent that it would not be Worth doing. Matthews said four alter natives Are under consideration leaving out certain planned features to Cut costs raising Money either from private sources or the City decreasing the size from four to three blocks or scrapping the entire project. However he said scrapping the project is not being taken seriously. Redevelopment voted to delete five features from the original plan May 20. They voted to leave out a Fountain a sound system to drop two of the five proposed rest areas substitute Concrete paving for Brick and to leave out paving of downtown alleys. The Cut backs would have reduced the costs to under the 8350.000 ceiling but acting City Engineer Lloyd line asked that a new computerized traffic signal system be included in the project. Jim Johnson of Johnson. Ril Chart is associates the architectural firm which Drew the original mall plans said the traffic signals Are the Fly in the ointment preventing approval of the project. The traffic signals received by the Board of works were for approximately Johnson said he questions the need for the traffic signals and added that the project will help from private contributors and possibly City appropriations in order to be undertaken the redevelopment com Mission does not release an Agenda until the Day of its meetings so there was no word on the other matters up for consideration monday. Stars and stripes Fly Over Damascus Bykaylo Redshaw associated press writer Damascus. Syria a the stars and stripes fluttered Over the syrian capital for the first time in seven years saturday welcoming president Nixon for an unprecedented visit that sour Ces said could Herald the resumption of diplomatic relations Between the for Merly hostile nations. Nixon told a state banquet saturday night that a cultural Exchange program with Syria was being re established but neither he nor his Host. President Hafez Assad mentioned a restoration of the diplomatic ties broken by Syria in the 1967 Middle East War. Syria has had close ties with the soviet Union. The two presidents were to Confer privately before Nixon goes to Israel on sunday. His fifth and last Slop in the Middle e ast will be Jordan. On Nixon s arrival in dam ascus the first syrian visit by any american president he was greeted by an unexpected escort of soviet built syrian Mig jets a Hearty handshake from Assad and the Waves of a crowd of 450.000 waiting in the sweltering heat. Seeking support second District congressman f. a Lundoy during a so Tewolde saudi Arabia where to tour to 5uppor for Enalo Fol Campaign. Ised More military Aid to King wearing a president Nixon Button Landgrebe spoke out Faisal the reception was strongly in support of one president Ana said the time has Tome for Congress o forget about impeaching Nixon and gel Down to the business of ills Landgrebe who Chahe Ngung apparent Leader Richard sugar for thei gop Senate nomination sold he would urge action on rail roads ecology pollution Quality of life highways food supplies Energy and Federal involvement in education there Are limes when Tom Lay must carry a gun. That is his life As a policeman. At other times however he car Ries textbooks and his life As a student is apparent. His is a life of two worlds those of career person and College student. Vet for Tom Hay new Castle the two worlds Are intertwined. The Anderson College senior is slated monday to be the first recipient of Anderson s new two year associate of arts in criminal Justice degree. He is representative of numerous people living the dual role of student time employee in the Field of Crim Inal Justice. The degree program developed specifically with the needs of the in service presently employed person in mind makes possible Aca Demic work toward a degree while employed full Lime in criminal Justice. Explaining the program or. Val Clear chairman of the department of sociology and social work. Said. The two year program is Marie available to the student with a family who just can t give up his work to go to school for four years. At his Pace it would take him a lifetime to earn a Bachelor of arts degree so we try to help him through the associate program. Al though a degree can be granted at the end of two years All courses on the associate program can apply to our four year criminal Justice degree officer student hav exemplifies the philosophy of the program a program Gram in the Public schools he has successfully joined thelow. Elementary education is helping me communicate Bel Ter with he testifies. We want to gel away from the idea that we re the Boogie men. We want to be friends. On Lake Michigan that also makes available tuition Grants for individuals presently employed in Crim Inal Justice Fields including probation and parole offi cers jail personnel and delinquency prevention and drug abuse officers an officer with the local police department for almost a year and a half. Hay is assigned to the juvenile division because of his interest in youth. So real is that in Terest that he also is Pur suing a Bachelor s degree in elementary education to be completed in 1975. Combining two loves Law 2 pools 5 Lennels courts Beach enforcement and youth fishing 2 bedrooms sleeps 8 he is taking advantage of the living room Kitchen All Linann associate degree while also write 534vnotre Dame Road preparing to work with juveniles from an educational or Call collect standpoint. As an officer the new police Liaison pro More subdued than the Fren Zied Welcome that millions gave him in Egypt. A Force of 5.000 soldiers and Plain Elthes Security agents was on hand in Case of trouble at the banquet. Assad in came the third Arab Leader in four Days to Tell Nixon that a lasting peace in the Middle East cannot be achieved until the palestinian question is resolved. The american president re plied that i understand your concern about but he said that Issue As Well Ashe question of israeli occupation of Arab lands and other mat ters must await future negotiations. New arrivals born at St. John s Hospital to or. And mrs. Gerald mount. Pendleton. A boy. Or. And mrs. Larry Burns. 3211 Ripple . Born at Community Hospital to or. Arid mrs. Steven hum Mel. 3114 w. 18th St. A girl. Landgrebe expressed Strong opposition to the busing of schoolchildren. Herald photo by Mike swedish Princess marries commoner county area deaths Lai i i Nuncess Christina of Sweden was marrieds Alurdas to a commoner Busi Nessman Ford Mae Lussoro in a line Chapel packed with Hui Opean Rovally. Aller the car Emma the couple was driven at dusk in a i o Ouen Carriage through the narrow streets of Stockholm s old Pilj. While thousands of people cheered along the route. Christina. To. Is Sweden s youngest Princess. Elor brother. Kina Carl Gustal. 28. And her three married Sisters. Mai Garetha. Brigit to and desire. All participated in the wedding ceremony. The Bride wore a heavy silk the style of the 1930s with a family veil. Her bouquet consisted of Pink roses lilies of the Valley and while double Freesias. Among he foreign Royalty attending were Norway s Crown Prince Lia Rald and his wife. Sonja princesses Margrethe and boned Ikle of Denmark their Mother and Christina s aunt. Queen Ingrid. And princesses Beatrix and Irene of the Netherlands Wilh Irene s bus band Claus. The wedding left King Carl crust if the Only unmarried member of the Royal family. When you list your Home with the Howard Webb professionals they get right on top of it Howard Webb Agency 14th and Jackson Street phone 644-8847 James Lofton funeral services will be con ducted tuesday in Jackson. Michigan for James Colton. 40. It. 3. Lvii xxx. Who was killed Friday in a construction Accident at Imarion. The body was transferred to Michigan on saturday with services set Tor . Tuesday at the Mccomb funeral Home in Jackson. Interment will follow at the Leoni cemetery there. A native it Jackson. Cullun had served . Navy in the korean conflict. He was a the St. John s lutheran Church in Elwood and the bricklayers Mun 13. Kokonis. Survivors include the widow. Majorie three children. Daniel. Anele and Patricia Collon. All at Home his parents. Or. And mrs. Cullon. Florida a brother. Richard Cullun. Also of Florida and one sister. Mrs. Phyllis Clark. Adrian. Mich. Colton As sell employed As Aston and Brick Mason. Norris Pendleton mrs. Hazel Norris. 83. It. 4. Died Friday in Wall nursing Home. A native of Madison county she had lived in the Markleville area All her life. Survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Hellen. Whitinger and mrs. Jack Marjorie Noel both of Anderson a son. James c. Norris. Pendleton and two Sisters. Mrs. Olive Bronnenberg. Chesterfield and Fay Hoppes. Anderson. Funeral services will Becon ducted Al the Bright funeral Home in Pendleton at 10 . Monday by the Rev. James will Yang. Interment will follow in memorial Park cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral Home after 2 . Today. Pete major Pete major. Sigler St. Died Friday at mercy Hospital in Elwood. He has resided in Frankton since 1950. Moving Here from Green Tori. He was a retired factory worker and had been caretaker of the k of p-10of cemetery. He also was a member of the Wesleyan Church. He is survived by his wife Lucille and two sons. Jim and Richard major both of Frankton. Services will be at the George c. Harper and son funeral Home at 2 . Mon Day with the Rev. Ralph Hamilton of Windfall officiating and the Rev. Wilber Haskins assisting. Burial will be in the k of p roof cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from noon to 9 . Today and prior to the ser vices monday. Gerveno southers mrs. Geneva soul hers. 79. 2930 Central ave., died Satur Day morning at a local nursing Home following a three month illness. A native of Wayne county. Iii. Mrs. Southers had worked As a nurse s aide at St. John s Hospital. She was a member of everybody s Tabernacle the Bethany brotherhood and sisterhood and the local senior citizens group. Survivors include six children. Samuel g. And Adrian e. Tale Southerland mrs. Wilma Contos. All of Anderson. Verne d. Southers. Muncie. Mrs. Alma Frawley. Los Altos Hills. Calif., and mrs. Jacqueline clans. Rich mond and five Sisters in Illinois. Funeral services will be at 1 . Tuesday Al the Baker Brothers funeral Home. Interment will be in the pleasant walk cemetery. Friends will be Recic Ved Al the mortuary after 3 . Monday. Goddess Oldfield mrs. Goddess Mae Oldfield. 78. Who made her Home with her daughter mrs. Billie Dorothy Throgmorton. 2218 e. Fourth St. Died Early saturday evening at St. John s Hospital following a three month illness. A native of Brockton. 111. Mrs. Oldfield had resided in Anderson for the past 44 years. She was a member of the first Church of Jesus Christ. Survivors include three sons. Kenneth Drennon Redondo Beach calif., and Ross e. Drennon and Harold Oldfield. Both of Anderson two daughters. Mrs. Throw Morton and mrs. William Lucille Hartley. Chicago three Sisters mrs. Myrtle Stull. Arlington. Kan. Mrs. Opal Lessen. Chicago and mrs. Thelma Ousley Chicago and one brother Dane Ousley. Anderson. Services will be conducted Al . Tuesday at the Brown and Butz funeral Home by the Rev. Mark Passwater. Interment will be in the East Maplewood cemetery friends will be received at the mortuary from 3-9 . Monday. Groce we fee mrs. Grace 1. White. 80.1644 w. Ninth St. Muncie. Died saturday evening following an extended illness. A native of Randolph county she was reared in Ander son but had resided in Muncie for the past 50 years. She attended the friends Church in Anderson and was a Gold Star Mother. Funeral services will be at i . Tuesday at Parsons mortuary in Muncie. Wilh burial to follow in Beech Grove cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral Home from 3-5 and 7-9 i m. Monday and prior to services on tuesday. Mil Iii that s Abc s lineup of savings plans one to fit anyone s needs. 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Douglas Barney of Cormel commented we would recommend it highly to anyone having septic mrs. Jean Gilpin of Indi Nopolis Hod a citation from the 8oord of health dept. Removed after using sep i Kleer plus Boc Coen Ond the problem was pronounced cured. For me using sept Feer plus to Crogen was o James Riesler of Indianapolis says this Orcut sept Kleer. I have treated new systems and old systems on remodeler work Ond it has done the Job in every sept Kier Phis Bact Gen will eliminate costly digging and plumbing. We have Over satisfied customers in Carmel Indianapolis Madison co. And cent of Indiana. 354.2359 Anmis corp. Cd those ave., Middletown ind. Anderson banking company member fd1c Meridian at 10th 15 e. 29th Street Nichol ave. At Park Broadway at Cross Mounds mall shopping Center Jackson at 9th Frankton Indiana Chesterfield shopping Center remember our banking hours 9lh Jackson St. Drive up 6 . Monday thru Friday noon Sot. All other offices mon., tues., thurs., Fri. Noon wed., sol. 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