The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on August 19, 1973 · Page 10
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 10

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Sunday, August 19, 1973
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, PAGE 10 SEC. 1 Interstate Completion By 1978 Slate's Goal Continued From Page 1 signed into law by President Richard M. Nixon last Monday, provides for all interstates in the nation to be under construction by July, 1979. But this date has been extended numerous times by Congress. In 1956, for example, it was predicted all of the nation's interstates would be done by 1972. Indiana's rapid progress In interstate construction, however, has hurt the state in recent years in its attempts to obtain more Federal funds for road construction. Under the new highway act, states lagging behind in interstate construction will get more money than Indiana and states that have progressed until all states reach an equal level. SOME STATES (Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts among others) are draining money from the Federal Highway Act for roads which probably will never be built because of environmental problems, Boehning said. Such tactics reduce the amount of money available to Indiana. The 1970 Federal Highway Act said no funding would be available after 1972 for states which did not have interstate roads under construction. The new act, however, eased the Federal stance and provided more money for interstates that have been proposed whether they are built or the money is used for some other purpose. -"I suspect some states are fudging on costs for interstate construction to HEY GALS! HEY GUYS! HERE'S A WAY TO STRETCH YOUR DOLLAR rcou CARPET THAT OTHER ROOM THE ENTIRE HOUSE THE TRUCK THE CAMPER BOAT MOBILE HOME ATTIC, BASEMENT OR PORCH SAVINGS OF 40 to 60 OFF REG. COST SEEING IS BELIEVING COME ON OUT WE'LL PROVE IT SHAG Reg. 6.98 jzs as i Several Colors All Sizes PLUSH Reg. 7.98 FAMILY ROOM and KIT. TYPE Reg. 5.98 to 7.98 33 Yd. 3) a Yd. ill ''""'N4' i6th rr .... 1 L loth Ct MS? obtain more Federal money," Boehning said. THE ESTIMATED cost of completing Indiana's interstate roads is $349 million, of which $319 million is in Federal funds and $30 million in matching state funds. There is an estimated $18 billion worth of interstate work to be done throughout the nation to complete the system, Indiana will get $242 million for fiscal years 1974 through 1976. Hoosiers will send $308 million . to Washington during those years in -highway user taxes. Only $99.1 million of the $242 million the state will receive during the next three years for all highway work is for interstate construction. THE INTERSTATE money amounts to $30.1 million in fiscal 1974 and $34.7 million for fiscal 1975 and 1976. The distribution is based on a formula of the cost of completing the Hoosier in-, terstate system compared to the national cost of the system. Diversion of Federal highway money is found in the appropriation of $200 million in highway funds for mass bus transit in fiscal 1975 and $800 million for bus and rail capital investments in fiscal 1976. All but 14 miles of right-of-way for interstate construction in the state has been obtained. The 14 miles needed is for work on the proposed 1-64 road near Evansvile. 1-64 wil take longer COME5 TO INDY 5050 EAST 38th ST. (N. W. Corner of 38th & Emerson) MANY-MANY OTHER STYLES PATTERNS AND COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM SOME SLIGHTLY USED CARPET a. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED QUANTITIES LIMITED ONLY BY THE YARDAGE AVAILABLE WE'RE NOT FANCY, BUT IT'S COOL INSIDE CASH and CARRY INSTALLATION AVAILABLE THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR Ope Completes Not Open rUnder Construction 1 Right of Way Purchased than other interstates to complete because of the need to acquire right-of-way, highway officials point out. MEANWHILE, work on 1-70 and I-65 in Marion County has been inching along. Nelson W. Steinkamp, chief engineer for the highway department, said most urban areas around the country do not have interstate roads completed in cities. 1-70 stretches from Washington, D.C., to Utah. On the Indianapolis Westside, 1-70 is open now to Holt Road. The road actually is built to Belmont Avenue, but there is no interchange exit. THIS WEEK bids will be opened by the highway department to build roadway for 1-70 from Belmont to River Avenue, including a controversial bridge over Harding Street. 1-70 from Harding to a massive interchange to be built at Capitol Avenue and Illinois Street is either under construction or complete in some areas where bridges are needed. An exception along this part of the road is where a bridge is to be built that will elevate 1-70 over Capitol Avenue. Residents of the area have disputed highway department plans for con struction of the bridge, saying it would eliminate access to certain streets. A public hearing on that issue is scheduled for this week. STEINKAMP said 1-70 from Holt Road to Capitol Avenue, which would provide quick access from the Weir 2 JJ Yd. Suspect In fa Continued From Page 1 December, 1971, from the reformatory after serving six years of an armed robbery sentence, had been linked to the Northside crimes by an informant who contacted Drake. Detectives James Wyatt and J. J. Johnson and Patrolman Richard G. Craig found several suspected marijuana cigarettes in the possession of Bronaugh and a passenger. Both were charged with possession of marijuana and Bronaugh also was charged with possession of stolen goods after police found two stolen license plates in the auto. BRONAUGH will be charged with the rape of a 59-year-old woman which took place in the 900 block of East 49th Street, police said. He will be questioned in connection with other rapes, detectives said. Police said a man fitting his description burst into the residence and criminally assaulted the woman after tying up her 65-year-old husband with a cord. The attacker escaped with $129 and two billfolds. The suspect also will be charged with inflicting injury in the commission of a felony in connection with the pistol-whipping of an 81-year-old woman robbed two weeks ago on the Northside, police said. BURGLARY and larceny charges also will be filed, although police said they have yet to determine how many Cook Municipal Airport area to downtown Indianapolis, is scheduled to be opened in October, 1975. Another stretch of 1-70 from Capitol Avenue east to College Avenue also is under construction and is to be opened by 1976. And 1976 is where the timetable ends and funding runs out unless alternative funding means are found. It would cost an estimated $90 million to complete the remainder of 1-70 and 1-65. ABOUT $15 million is needed to construct a massive interchange on the Southside for the innerloop where 1-70 AYR-WAY WASH. WfSY SHOPPING CINTiK 1220 SOUTH HIGH SCHOOl ROAD AYI WAY WASH. IAST SHOPPING CENTER 111 IAST WASHINGTON STREET AYR-WAY EAST SHOPPING CENTER AST 31th STREET fn4 SHADELAND AYR-WAY WEST SHOPPING CENTER 2333 LAFAYETTE ROAD AYR-WAY SOUTH SHOPPING CENTER 3700 SOUTH EAST STREET U.S. 31 OUIDONE'S NORTH THRIF T MART IAST 4th STREET turn SHADELAND OUIDONE'S SOUTH THRIF T MART SOUTH COUNTY UNI ROAD D.E. 5'S PROTEIN 21 14-Oz. SHAMPOO $2.07 13-Oz. HAIRSPRAY $1.98 PRISTEEN 2Vi-0z. Powd. or Mist $-135 3i.tyvaiue 1 ULTRA-BAN 5000 Reg. or Unscented 8-Oz. $ 1 5 7 $1.85 Aero I Value Relieves and 16-Oz. SHAMPOO 24 TABS 16-Oz. CREME RINSE IT 11 C 69 13 02. HAIR SPRAY rv AIMCH FA S TP AIM It Ft IFEinri- ANACIN ANALGESIC TABLETS 50 TABLETS 99c Value S J f. fjgl .. ;T"':,';.' , iy A pmrei" (SUdveUu PC m Northside Terrorism Nabbed i -. j v i : J MAURICE A. BRONAUGH such charges. Capt. W. Robert Greene, head of the homicide and robbery branch, said it will take several days to sort out all the allegedly stolen goods and determine exactly how many counts of robbery and burlary to place against the suspect. He estimated it may be 25 to 30 counts of robbery alone. The area most prevalently terrorized on the Northside in recent months is bounded by Meridian Street on the west, Central Avenue on the east and 38th and 56th streets. and 1-65 meet around East, Morris and McCarty streets and Virginia Avenue. Another $15 million is needed for construction of an interchange on the northside around 11th Street and College Avenue where 1-65 from the north would meet the east leg of 1-70. About $30 million of the $90 million is needed to build the north-south leg of the innerloop where 1-65 and 1-70 run together and another $30 million is necessary to build 1-70 from Emerson Avenue west to the College Avenue interchange. 1-70 on the Indianapolis Eastside is ' scheduled to ba opened in late November to Bmerson Avenue. BAN ROLL-ON ANTI-PERSPIRANT Regular or Unscented 112-Oz.-$1.19 Value III ban 2Vi-Oz.-$1.74 Value $49 WILKINSON STAINLESS STEEL RAZOR BLADES 67 C 79c Value BABY OIL Vanquish llie extra-strength' pnin foimulawitli gentle buffers 10-Oz. $1.49 30 TABLETS 85c Value 75' a $129 :r,Strers' ISN'T IT TIME YOU thai, common aspirin. TRIED EXCEDRIN? lExcedrin 60 .31 .$109 TABS I (T4C 1 100 f I J I TABS . I OUFix 2-0z.Tube $1.29 Value. $109 sinus headache congestion. 89 C 98c Value 1 fiv d eH SINUS lUiPjl MEDICINE Clearasil Cream Med ication Vanishing Formula or Regular Formula Small Tube FASTEETH 2-0. Powder Clearasil If oac Value 'AMI tpRkk RB ItM iviOz. Q"7c 8o Value Of MSZsl iirrMiTr 89 rvLccmic Uoc Value 6 0.. UQC SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1973 ACCORDING TO Drake, the entire burglary-larceny and homocide robbcry brunches have been working on the case. Tho police received a warrant to search Bronaugh's home from Municipal Court Judge Valan S. Boring. Greene said Detective Sgt. Harry C. Dunn and Detectives James M. Iligh-baugh and Johnson along with Drake "turned upside down" the residence In locating stolen goods. Greene praised the detectives and police Investigators, saying, "they did their usual good job." "We were afraid that sooner or later one of these elderly people would be killed," he said. U.S. Advises S. Viets Not To Intervene AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE Saigon The United States government has advised South Vietnam not to intervene militarily in Cambodia, informed sources said here, i The Nixon administration's message was given to President Nguyen Van Thieu through the American embassy here several days ago, the sources said. FIVE DAYS after the halt to American bombing operations in Cambodia, it would seem that South Vietnam has decided, at least temporarily, to avoid any activity which could be interpreted as intervention in Cambodian operations. But in diplomatic circles here, it is thought that the South Vietnamese leaders are divided on the issue. Some are believed to favor seizing the potential opportunity to send South Vietnamese units into Cambodian territory to engage opposition forces whether insurgent Cambodian guerrillas or their North Vietnamese allies. Vaseline RAND INTENSIVE CARE9 LOTION 15-Oz.-$1.75 Value Vita I is Bottle Value 4-Oz. Liquid . 99c Value 7-Oz. DRY Control $1.49 Value $127 $'26 1 Value BRIGHT SIDE SHAMPOO 6-Oz. QQC $1.15 98 $1.77 Botlle UU Value Value CASHMERE BOUQUET BODY POWDER Can I I Value 11-Oz. 12 IC 79o Aoro D I Value YUCCA DEW 7-Oz. SHAMPOO B $1.59 Value H 6-Oz. 85c Value 89c $U39

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