The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on January 5, 1968 · Page 23
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 23

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Friday, January 5, 1968
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, PAGE 24 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR Hooier Shiver In Sub-Zero Blast Concluded From Page 1 Cities it was 1'J degrees below zera about 9 a m. yesterday. With 21 mile an hour northwest w ;nd. M;nneapolis-St. Paul retder.tN wore put in a "deep freeze" equivalent to 6S degrees below zero. The frozen bodies of two men were found near roads in sparsely settled rural areas in vr:hwetern Minnesota. THE FROZEN body of a man alo was found in North Dakota where temperatures dropped as low as 41 -below. Despite the severe cold. mot sdvuVis remained open, most work continued and a good many weather - wise motorists got started with the help of motor-warming devices. But tow operators faced Indiana Avenue Facelifting Concluded From Page 1 for the project. The objectives of the operation listed by Mrs. Spears include: 1. Encourage a renewed civic and business vitality in the area. 2. Instill civic pride. Encourage clean-up and beautifica-tion. 3. Help foster a general Image of decency and respect for then people and area. Attorney VVillard B. Ransom, general manager of the Madam C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company which has several properties in the vicinity, said he believes the spirits of the businessmen on the avenue had been "dampened" by the approach of Indiana University expansion plans. Ran som said shopkeepers seemed to be uncertain about the future of their locations. HOWEVER, it was pointed out that it will be several years before the I.U. project and a proposed urban renewal program begin to affect the area. The project area being considered is from Ohio Street to 10th Street. Indiana Avenue, once a prosperous predominantly Negro business and residential area, has been deteriorating, possibly because of plans for the I.U. project which may include part of the street, Mrs. Spears said. MAYOR LL'GAR said he believes the idea would be worthy of his support but pointed out the possibility that the Indiana Avenue plans might conflict with those of I.U. and the Indianapolis Redevelopment Commission. Others whj attended the meeting yesterday included Gordon Alexander, education director for Flanner House, which operates a community recreation and social services center in the area. ALSO ATTENDING were Miss Jean AcAnulty, press secretary to Governor Roger D. Branigin, and Father Jack Steeg of St. Phillip's Episcopal Church, 702 North West Street. Mis. Spears said several additional agencies will be asked to join the operation effort including the festival association, the Indianapolis Police Department and the Metropolitan Plan Commission. an avalanche of calls f or help. Schools were forced to close in upper Michigan's "Copper Country" after a strike by Houghton County truck drivers idled snow plows with 6 inches of snow on the ground. Michigan highway department spokesmen said heavy snows and strong winds off Lake Superior were drifting roads into bad shape in Chippewa. Luce and Alger counties in the Upper Peninsula. They warned persons to stay off the roads. HEAVY SNOW belted Michigan communities along the south shore of Lake Superior and the east shore of Lake Michigan. State police said most north-south roads were drifting shut in the New Buffalo area. Muskegon had 11 inches of snow. Schools closed at New Buffalo and Eau Claire, Mich. One to 3 inches of snow fell in six hours from Michigan to New Hampshire. Heavy snow and travelers' warnings were issued from northeastern New York to Maine. Gale warnings were up along the coast from Massachusetts to Maine. A STORM over the Great Lakes and a low in the Middle Atlantic states were expected to merge into a single storm off the New England coast last night, and the United States Weather Bureau warned of additional heavy snowfalls in the northeast today. Another snow storm plagued Montana. A section of U.S. 12 was shut down because of blovring, drifting snow, and only emergency travel was recommended from Great Falls north to the Canadian border. CLEAR TALK By Mary Alice Bennet A college student writes: I have been assigned a term paper on the subject, "How Does A Repaired Cleft Palate Affect Speech?" This is for a speech course I am required to take for a teacher's degree. It is my understanding that a cleft palate not repaired affected speech, but that after the cleft is repaired, speech would right itself. Since this is my first speech course, I would appreciate any help you can offer. You need to do some studying about a cleft palate and how it is repaired. Talk to your professor about ref- Z?oy,8, Critically Hurt After Being Struck By Auto Vevin Brown, 8 years old, 2546 Broadway, was injured critically yesterday when he ran into the path of a car in the 2400 block of College Avenue. Witnesses told police that Kevin and three other boys ran into the street and then tried to get back to the curb. Kevin was struck at 5:05 p.m. by a car driven by William Shaffer, 52, 2137 Lexington Avenue. Kevin's companions escaped uninjured. Kevin was reported to be in critical condition in Marion County General Hospital, suf fering head injuries. He is erences he would recommend for study. Examine drawings of a repaired and a non-repaired cleft palate. These suggestions will enable you to write your report from thought and definite facts. The word "cleft" means "space or opening"; thus a cleft palate is one with an opening. Through this opening air is allowed to escape through the nose, causing a very nasal sound. When the cleft or opening is closed, the air necessary to vibrate against the vocal chords to utter sounds is thus chaneled to the voice area rather than escaping through the nose. This takes exercise and time to develop. How does a repaired cleft palate affect speech? Briefly and with the above information, it improves speech in time. Exercises are required to strengthen the newly repaired palate. Your term paper will probably require detailed description on the function of the soft palate and how these functions are affected by a cleft palate and a repaired palate. Send questions on speech problems to Mary Alice Ben-net, co The Indianapolis Star. the son of Mrs. Mary E. Brown. No charges were placed against Shaffer, who told police he was unable to swerve in rush hour traffic in time to avoid striking the boy. Street jobs Concluded Fro.n Page 1 held by Richard L. Stern Sr., father 'of former City Street Commissioner Richard L. Stern Jr. who drew a $5,000 salary. Cook will increase the number of concrete foremen from four to five, he said. He will eliminate the posts of building materials foreman, heavy junk superintendent and assistant garage superintendent. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS of the proposed reorganization include: 1. Patching chuckholes will be in compliance with standards established by the City Engineering Department for utility company street cuts. The standards, including cleaning and shaping of chuck-holes before patching, have not been followed previously. 2. Allowing vehicles to be sprviced in all three depart ment garages instead of only at the West Street uarage, 1705 South West Street, as under the present system. Cook said this will save time and thp exrjense of long cross- town trips for equipment which needs minor service. 3. Night work by cleaning and repair crews operating on regular night shifts. 4. A planned repair program based on studies of street conditions throughout the city. Crews will be organized so that emergencies will not disrupt the regular work, Cook said. 5. Assignment of equipment to the 10 area supervisors, who will bear complete responsibility for all department operations in their areas. MY ANSWER By MjJhJiaill I have read a lot lately about artificial insemination, or "test-tube" babies, and I have been wondering what the Bible teaches about such a practice. It doesn't seem to me that this is God's way W.G. The Bible says: "God created man in his own image; in the image of God created he him; male and female and God blessed them. And God said unto them. Be fruitful and multiply." One of the reasons for God creating man and woman was for the purpose of procreation. This is God's way of reproduction. While there may be some logic in contending that arti- Kosj gin In Siberia Moscow (UPI) Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin left Moscow for the Siberian oil-producing center of Tyumen yesterday. ficial insemination is all right for animals, we must remember that man, according to the Bible is not just another animal, but is created in the image of God. Children are to be conceived in love, not in lust, or not in a test-tube. Consider, for example, the psychological effect upon a child who found out that he was a "test-tube" experiment. He would be bereft of a proper father, he would know that he was conceived outside the context of love, and the psychological effect upon him might be tragic. The Bible everywhere indicates that the sex patterns which God ordained for man are not to be tampered with. They have served humanity well through history, and modern man would do well to follow the pattern of nature which science will find hard to improve upon. (Copyright lM) Our 66th Year Winter Term Start January 15 or 29 Counselors are on hand daily 8:30 to 4:30 and until noon Saturdays for a discussion of courses, plans, and programs. Advance appointments recommended. Strong, specific courses designed to provide definite preparation for interesting, promising business positions. Day and evening sessions. Central Business College Indiana Business College Building 802 N. Meridian St. 634-8337 Indianapolis C. T. BuM (CPA) Pres. J. L. Basey (CPA.) Prin. 4 'n.tiilitiirMri.w Triiomii,Trilr-l''M"'tt1- tV t EARLY AMERICAN SOFA A Hickory Fry "Pride of Indiana" creation, this 87" sofa has the authentic American Traditional styling. Added features include arm caps and self-decking. You may choose from a vast selection of 1968 fabrics and colors. 23310 LEWITTES CANE CHAIRS In Fruitwood and Bisque finish, with velvet tufted backs, and velvet seats, plus cane sides. (Three groups) Regular $69.95 Now two for $116.10 Regular $79.95 Now two for $134.10 Regular $89.95 Now two for $152.10 May choose from gold, emerald green, or burnt orange. FRENCH PROVINCIAL SOFA An 86" Sofa by Hickory Fry "Pride of Indiana" in French styling with Fruitwood trim. This sofa includes self-decking with choice of 1968 colors and fabrics. Originally $259. Now during the month of January is only 233 10 MEDITERREAN BEDROOM GROUPING "Arabesque" by Lenoir House in Pecan Rico will enhance any bedroom. Included in this grouping is a Triple Dresser, two framed mirrors, and Panel Headboard. Specially priced during the month of January for only $29355 (Matching Chest $137.75) OUARTITE CONTEMPORARY LAMPS A large selection of Quartite Contemporary lamps have been reduced up to 50 off durinq the month of January. A large selection to choose from including hanging, floor, and table models. Don't miss this extraordinary savings. Save as Much as 50 EARLY AMERICAN SOFA A Sofa creation by Broyhill in Rosewood red floral print which has been scotchgarded to give the sofa that added protection. A Sofa for those who desire that American Traditional look in their decor, (one only) Originally $269 NOW $21560 KITTLE'S "HEART SAVER" CHAIRS The "Heart Saver" reclining chair by the famous Flexsteel with its variable-speed vibrators plus heating units at the base of the reclining chair may soothe away the aches, pains, and tensions of that certain person in your home. Available in many styles and luxurious fabrics to choose from. Save 10 on all Floor samples. FRENCH PROVINCIAL BEDROOM GROUPING An ideal bedroom grouping for your little girl, this French Provincial Bedroom grouping is in Dove White and includes a Double Dresser, Framed Mirror, and Chairback Headboard, all specially priced during January for only '20331 (Matching Chest $100.70) CONTEMPORARY BEDROOM GROUPING "Focal Point" by Stanley in Pecan will delight those who seek the unusual. Included in this grouping is a Double Dresser, Framed Mirror, Headboard and Chest of drawers. All specially priced during the month of January for only $31331 BIGELOW'S 501 DU PONT NYLON Count on Kittle's for Indianapolis' best values in broadlcom carpet. Here for example, you save on heavy DuPont 501 Cobblestone or Textured nylon pile complete with Kittle's expert installation. A popular pile that's hard wearing, in your choice of fashionable colors. $6" A sqy Installed Over "General Sponge" Rubber HEADBOARDS In any iize whe'her it be twin, full, queen, or king. And in any style ranging from Contemporary, Eflr'y American, to Gothic, Mediterranean and Traditional. They may be in wood, plastic, brass, rod iron, and many others, even bamboo. A savings of 10 to 50. Visit our ' S-eep Center" and se'ect yours. CONTEMPORARY DINING ROOM GROUPING An ideal grouping for the young modern couple, this Contemporary Dining room set includes either a Buffet or China, plus an oblong extension table great for entertaining, plus five matching side chairs and one arm chair. Only $284 05 BROYHILL SOFA SLEEPERS We have a large selection of comfortable Sofa sleepers in all sizes and choice of fabrics and colors. Available in Contemporary, Traditional, American Traditional, Mediterranean styling. From u and up Apartment size, Standard and King Size. All fabrics are Scotchgarded. CRAWFORD DINETTE TABLES Three tables to choose from, either in the round, drop leaf or harvest. All are in the Early American maple styling. Specially priced during January for only 96 75 Matching mate chairs in maple only '33 20 AREA RUGS 3x6 Area Rugs in Bigelow's Nylon Your choice of colors for 1968 Was $19.95. NOW during January only $9?5 4x6 Area Rugs in Bigelow's Nylon Your choice of colors for 1968 During the month of January only 129S BUDGET PLANS Never a problem at Kittle's; use one of our cash plans, or tae as long as two years to pa and you 00 pa Kittle s emze STORE SALE HOURS Friday 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday IC A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Sunday I to 6 P.M. 3S mi ft w v mw$ PAone ! 635-630 J 635-630 w

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