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Richardson Daily News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Richardson, Texas Richardson daily news Ciko Latisi 234-4245 volume 25 a number 224 a Richardson Texas a sunday november 2�?T, i9r2 16 Pimm 2 Section. Sunday summary the world peking a China a appointment of new foreign and defense ministers appears to presage the Start of a shuffle of government ranks intended to bring in younger and More Able technocrats Western analysts and official news reports said. Announcing the appointments the official Xinhua news Agency said they would be followed by a other appointments and removals within the government. It did not elaborate but Western analysts expect personnel changes at the Deputy minister and department head Levels. Richardson businesses face volatile Competition Palermo Sicily a Pope John Paul ii speaking less than 24 hours after four people were shot dead by underworld gunmen saturday attacked the mafia by name and condemned the a barbarous violence that has bloodied Sicily a capital. John Paul called the criminal violence that has claimed at least 127 lives this year an offence to Many a dignity. Warsaw Poland a Solidarity Leader Lech Walesa met saturday in Warsaw with archbishop Jozef Glemp roman Catholic primate of Poland. It was the former Union leaders first trip outside his Gdansk Home since his release last week from la months of internment. There was no word of the subject of the 2 a i hour meeting Between Walesa and Glemp who had personally appealed for the Solidarity leaders release. Aides would not say whether the meeting had any connection with a report that Security agents had attempted to smear Walesa by showing sexually a a compromising pictures tapes and documents to Church officials. The nation Washington a president Reagan said saturday the International trading system is at a Crossroads and nations must resist protectionism or face a return to the a ugly spectre of the protectionism and Trade wars of the 1930s. A corridor growth casts Shadow Over City new York a Johnson i Johnson a tylenol come pack bid moves into High gear Munday with the distribution if $50 million in coupons of ering free bottles of the pain believer. Tylenol was the a ions bestselling pain reliever it before cyanide laced tylenol capsules killed seven people in Chicago. Salt Lake City a a ederal judge must decide in he coming months whether he Federal government in its old War Zeal to develop the atomic bomb gambled with he lives of american citizens my eventually killed or named nearly 300 of them Vith cancer causing radiation. For nine weeks . District 2ourt judge Bruce Jenkins Las listened to people who lived in the path of fallout from the bombs describe How they or their relatives developed diseases Many years after the tests. Index accent on living. P. 7a . 3b . 8a . 6b crossword Puzzle. P. 8b crypt quote p. 8b . 5a . So . 4a . In forecast by Pat Mccombs and Sally Giddins daily news staff writers bursting at its seams the Golden corridor of retail office and hotel development that flanks Richardson a Western Boundary presents a myriad of questions for the future. Explosive growth has happened so quickly that a farm still stands next to High Rise construction Sites set to open in the Spring of 1983. The 2.5-mile stretch of the Parkway Between lbs freeway and Arapaho Road and the two mile Belt line strip East of Midway to Preston boast some three dozen restaurants 15 retail centers a including the newly opened galleria a and More than 20 office complexes Many still under construction. Volatile Competition prompts some hotel officials to predict a a a Bloodbath As the Battle heats. But some Richardson hotel and retail spokespeople say the effect Here will be minimal. Richardson Square malls Dave Widmer said the mall was isolated from Competition. A a Central expressway is an effective Barrier. It insulates us from the Golden corridor a he said. Richardson chamber of Commerce executive vice president . Smith said a i done to think it the galleria will be a big drawing card for Richardson shoppers because of the traffic. Its going related material. Page 3a to be a Burden to get Highway officials estimate 35,000 additional cars will use the lbs Parkway interchange daily because of increased density. That figure can Only Rise As More development occurs. Quot the traffic problem is going to be a major one. In a glad we re on the Edge of it a said Judy Merino advertising and promotion director for promenade shopping Center. High density not Only creates traffic problems but poses the question will developers come to Richardson in their search for tenants several Parkway leasing agents admitted their Market was local reaching As far South As downtown Dallas and As far East As Richardson. But Unwor ried Richardson City officials said comparing the City a Industrial personality to the Parkway is like trying to compare apples and oranges. Parkway hotel officials May also seek business Here but some local hotel officials said they Are not concerned about the local Impact. A i think Well be indirectly effected because their Parkway hotels scope is going to have to be broadened a said Mitch Henson sales director of Richardson Holiday inn. A the years 1983-84 Are going to prove to be interesting a Henson said. A to quote someone in the hotel Industry its going to be a Texas baptists ending wrangling area leaders say by Carol Luker daily news staff writer neither Camp waved the White Flag but Texas baptists Are raising the Flag of evangelism together eager to end theological wrangling. More than a week after the Texas Baptist convention concluded in Corpus Christi delegates emphasize they Are committed to evangelism and working to put aside doctrinal differences. For three years denominational political Battles have raged Between conservatives and moderates in the Southern Baptist convention but Many Texas baptists Hope the conciliatory mood of their convention will spread to other convention states. A we Texas baptists done to have Many fights a said the Rev. Darrell Grice associate pastor of Richardson Heights Baptist. A it is the largest state contingent in our convention and in Many ways we set the Pace for the convention. A a lot of it has been due to the Healing ministry of Jimmy Draper Southern Baptist convention president a Grice said. A there was no discord at All. It went very smoothly with emphasis on evangelism and missions a said the Rev. Kenneth Gibson of first Baptist of Richardson. A a it a the design of Draper and other people to put some of this behind us. If the Texas Baptist convention is any signal As to the direction of the National convention then it Means the controversy is dying and other things Are going to the forefront As they should a Gibson said. Two principal issues have fuelled the denominational fires of recent years a alleged a a liberalism in the Southern Baptist seminaries and biblical inerrancy. As defined in the dictionary inerrancy Means exemption from error. But theological factions differ on definitions of the words a a inerrancy and moderates charged inerrancy proponents with purging the Baptist seminaries and institutions to gain control of a historically democratic denomination that recites no Creed. A i heard no comments about putting each other Down or gaining control a said Fred Roach member of Richardson Heights Baptist. Roach a Layman and president of Centennial Homes in Dallas was elected second vice president of the Texas convention. At the 1979 Southern Baptist convention in Houston conservatives vowed to place inerrancy advocates in every denominational position in the Church and its institutions. Moderates were outraged and emphasized the traditional see baptists Page 2a they re neighbors a Eddie Henderson feeds his goats and chickens oblivious to the major de daily news photo by Edwin Morris a elopement on the Parkway next door. See related material Page 3a. Mini mall plans shift to Richardson a a mini mall shopping Center originally planned for a Garland location will probably be constructed in Richardson because of potential traffic problems the Developer said late last week. Jack Shu of realty development said Oriental Village shopping Center will not be built As planned at the Northeast intersection of Jupiter and Campbell roads because there i8 no plan to install a traffic Light at that intersection. A traffic would be too much of a problem a Shu said. A a there a a lot of congestion at that the site is near big Springs elementary school and across Jupiter Road from Richardson. Shu said his company now plans to build the 30-shop minimal at the Northeast Corner of Campbell and Plano roads. A the mortgage company has tentatively approved our application. We should know for sure in a few weeks a he said. The proposed mini mall would contain specially shops including a Teakwood furniture and accessories shop an Art store that will handle museum Quality reproductions and at least one fast food restaurant. Shu said Oriental Village is a new concept and 62 percent of available space has already been leased. City to Ponder Fox Jacobs request a request by Fox and Jacobs inc. To construct 24 single family residences at Centre court place will be considered during a Public hearing before the City Council at 7 30 . Monday. The property in question is a 2.12-acre tract of land on the South Side of St. Paul court North of Spring Valley Road. The City plan commission unanimously recommended that the request be approved subject to requested special conditions and requiring that any private streets be constructed to the City a paving and drainage standards. In other business the Council will hear a request by Harold peek of peek properties inc. To erect a tent for a Christmas tree sales lot on the parking lot of Buckingham Square shopping Center 1200 e. Belt line Road. Hear a request by Regas Chefas representing the North Central Assembly of god Church for the Sale of Christmas Trees at 1200 e. Belt line Road. Consider authorizing advertisement on a bid for the lease Purchase of a fire apparatus for the fire department. Receive bids on annual contracts for fire fire marshal and environmental health department uniforms. Receive bids on electronic typewriters. Consider ordinance changes for a 0.631-acre tract located near the Northwest Corner of Gateway Boulevard and municipal drive. Consider ordinance changes with special conditions on the East Side of Glenville drive South of Apollo for the construction of a Ballet school in that location. Retail Nursery seeks special permit fair and mild today with a High in the mid-70s. Winds will be Light and southwesterly. The Richardson plan commission will hear a request by Blake Woodall for a special permit for a retail Nursery on North Greenville Avenue near the Santa be Railroad crossing during one of three Public hearings at 7 . Tuesday at City Hall. A request by George t. Connell or. For commercial zoning on a parcel of land West of the intersection of Belt line Road and Plano Road will be the topic of another of the Public hearings. Jim Ewaldus request for a special permit for a health studio at 1332 s. Plano Road will also be heard by commissioners. Additional commission business will include a request by Anthony b. Toro of dal Mac development corp. For a parking deferral for phase i of Greenway development. Tajik Market Gulf will present a landscape plan for proposed construction at Arapaho and West Shore. Precision motors 1321 n. Central expressway will also present a landscape plan. Thanksgiving to close schools City offices the upcoming thanksgiving weekend will offer an extended Holiday for Richardson Independent school District students faculty and staff while altering a number of schedules for City services. In addition various businesses and governmental offices will be closed or working Shorter hours due to the Holiday period. The Richardson daily news will continue to publish during the Holiday period however its thursday edition will be delivered on thanksgiving morning. The daily news business offices will be closed thursday resuming Normal hours on Friday. School students will be in for a five Day recess when classes dismiss at 3 45 . Tuesday. The schools will be closed through the Holiday weekend with Normal academic schedules resuming at 8 30 . Monday nov. 29. District teachers however will Only get a four Day mini vacation As they will report to duty wednesday for an in service training Day. Richardson City Hall will be closed thursday and Friday for the Holiday As will the local animal shelter. The shelter will reopen saturday morning while City Hall will remain closed until monday nov. 29. Citizens with animal emergencies during the period the shelter will be closed can Contact the Richardson police department 238-3800. City sanitation trucks will follow regular trash collection routes on monday and tuesday. Wednesday sanitation trucks will pick up refuse from All Richardson addresses. There will be no collection of larger items during the week. The Library will be closed on thursday but will be open on Friday and saturday

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