The Star Press from Muncie, Indiana on October 17, 1973 · Page 5
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j? I Commissioners to Offer Ideas on Zoning Measure nnZ J se"Darger-Psident of.barger said. The plan commis- sioners, said Tuesday the com' , missioners will meet this week to map out county recommpn dations for the proposed zoning uiuinance. Isenbarger said the commis' "sioners will use information re- ceived at their two public hear ings to draft the changes. He sam amendments to the ordi nance should be minor with no 'major changes anticipated. "We're tentatively planning to meet Wednesday night, then ;trefer the ordinance back to the Metropolitan Plan Commission '.'Thursday or Friday, Ison- REVIVAL STARTING SUN., OCT. 14-19 7:30 P.M. Each Evening ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH 1700 E. Butler Evangelist: Rev. R. L. Williams Greenwood, Miss. Rev. I. P. Broaddui EVERYONE WELCOME sion will meet in special ses sion Thursday night to consider amendment proposed by city councilman Elmer Cox. Cancer Council Session Planned Three officers of the Delaware County "Little Red Door" Cancer Society will attend the 11th annual meeting of the United Cancer Council in Indi anapolis Oct. 18-20. Mrs. Albert Norton, executive secretary, Mrs. James Weaver, and Mrs. Robert Dorton, both board members will represent the local organization. The Delaware County Cancer Society is a United Fund agency and a charter member of the United Cancer Council. The Marion County Cancer So' ciety will' host this year's conference in the Indiana National Bank Tower. The annual meet ing will include a tour of the Research, Development and Control Facilities of Eli Lilly Pharmaceutical Co. THE MUNCIE STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1973 Grissom School Dedication Is Oct. 28 PACE 5 -rviW- ; , f t x DOUBLE UALUEUITMf Iff OFFER! lt ill I " -ij.wpmi wMI WHEN YOU BUY PURE NATURAL 400 I.U. VITAMIN E AT SPECIAL PRICE Natural high potenc Vitamin E ipha tocopherol 2 SO Capsules Jjutri-C TMED RELEASE Vitamin S00M6 s11.50 VALUE... ONLY s 5.991 CUB SCOUT PACK FORMING Cub Scouts in the new pack 42 at St. Mary's School were being outfitted in uniforms Tuesday by adult leaders. Mark Diebold is being fitted for his uniform shirt by Mrs. Thomas Wckliffe, while Mrs. Roger Werckman and Mrs. Ed Nichols watch. Registration is still open by calling Mrs. John Crady, 288-71 IS. (Star Photo) Chicago Architect to Talk on 'Long Span Structures' "Long Span Structures" will be the title of a public lecture to be given by Myron Gold' smith, a partner in Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, when he ap' pears at Ball State University's College of Architecture and Planning at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22. SUPPLY STRICTLY LIMITED AND AVAILABLE ONLY AT NORTHWEST PLAZA 1318 S. MADISON THE TOWN'S BEST SALESMAN: ... A STAR-PRESS WANT AD! Goldsmith is from the Chica go office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM). The firm col lectively holds the John It Emens Distinguished ProfeS' sorship for tha fall quarter. Goldsmith has been a struc tural designer since 1939 and served as a U.S. Army bridge designer for the Corps of Engi neers from 1944-46. After leav ing the service, he joined Lud wig Mies, van der Rohe and remained with him until 1953 when he left for two years of study with Pier Luigi Nervi and independent work in Rome. HE JOINED SOM in 1955 as chief structural engineer for the San Francisco office. He became a general partner in 1967. AMOCO me P in eacDn Brew car Eoan ,As a service to our customers, Merchants National Bank Is purchasing a membership in the Amoco Motor Club for each new car loan placed with the bank from October 10 to December 15, 1973. Membership is transferable. An Amoco Motor Club membership includes free road and towing service for both husband and wife; up to $200 in unexpected personal expenses; $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone who may steal your car; an arrest bond certificate; up to $475 in scheduled legal fees for ordinary traffic violations; $1500 traffic and travel accident Insurance for both husband and wife; worldwide travel agency service; pathfinder auto trip routing service; and even an emergency check cashing service for up to $25. ' . Total membership fees for husband and wife will be paid , by Merchants National Bank. Simply tell your dealer you want your new car financed through Merchants National Bank; or stop in any MNB banking center. We are pleased to offer this service as one more way of proving... Merchants National Bank is where people come first. ,t ITIERCHHnTS national bank Wim people come first Goldsmith's work in Indiana includes the Inland Steel Re- search Laboratory at East Chicago; Home News Enterprises, Franklin; St. Joseph Valley Bank, Elkhart; "The Republic" newspaper plant, Columbus, and central business district plans for Columbus and Elkhart. He has taught in the Illinois Institute of Technology's Graduate School of Architecture since 1981. 1 The relatively new Grissom Memorial Elementary School will be formally dedicated dur ing special ceremonies at 2 p.m. Oct. 28 at the school. The pre-cast concrete and brick building which sits on a 12-acre site at 3201 S. Macedonia Ave. was opened Jan. 22. Ground was broken for the building July 20, 1972. 1 . CEREMONIES will end with the presentation of the building Old Houses Draw Ire of Neighbors Residents of the 500 block of West 11th Street said Tuesday they are having no success in attempting to get the city to tear down two dilapidated houses at 515 and 517 W. 11th. The properties are owned by AJ&L Inc., a firm which Ar-mond Cherry, husband of city controller Mary Alice Cherry, is co-partner. One resident-Roy Forehand, 514 W. 11th-said repeated complaints to building commissioner Ray Martin finally brought the re sponse that Martin's "hands were tied" because the problem involved a City Hall official more powerful than him, apparently meaning Mrs. Cherry. The controller, meanwhile, said she has no involvement in! the matter, and that she is not connected with her husband's dealings. Claude Becktell, president of the Board of Sanitary Commissioners, has now entered the picture and reportedly has told residents the houses will be demolished this week. by Robert Hill of Everett I. Brown Co. of Indianapolis, architects for the building. The new school will be accepted by school board president Jack Peckinpaugh, principal Darrell Gilt and sixth grade student Bambi Bonham. Supt. Robert Freeman will be master of ceremonies fori the dedication program. The Grissom Choir, under the di rection of Robert McHarry, will perform, and Fred Reinke president of the Grissom PTO, will speak. After the ceremonies a hosting committee of 16 PTO members will supervise an open house in the school. The public is invited to attend the dedication and open house. Grissom and Washington-Carver Elementary School the two newest primary facilities in Muncie were built by the now-bankrupt Modern Structures Inc. of Indianapolis. One-Third of Soybean Crop Is Harvested County Extension Agent G. W. Thias said Tuesday that about one-third of the county's soybean crop has been harvested. He said the harvest is running about two weeks behind normal schedule because of ex cessive morning humidity. 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