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Thursday, January 7. 1982 THI INDIANAPOLIS NtWS Pag 37 Contract OBITUARIES Mrs. Watson Dies At Franklin Mixup Gerald Waterman, At DOT Ex-Salesman, Dies Mrs. Richard (Violet Neal) Watson, a longtime Indianapolis resident, died yesterday in the hospital at the Indiana Masonic Home, Franklin. Mrs.
Watson moved to the Masonic home two years ago from Colorado Colo, where she lived 19 years. A native of Sherston near the city of Bristol in England, Mrs. Watson came to this country as a governess in 1918. She became a naturalized American citizen in 1951. She was an accomplished seamstress and was known for her fine embroidery.
Her affiliations included Broad Ripple chapter of Eastern Star, Broadway United Methodist Church and Daughters of the British Empire. Her late husband owned Watson Engineering Service Co. here until his death in 1953. Services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. in Nettie Hansford Chapel in the main building of the Masonic Home.
Friends may call an hour before services. Flinn Maguire Funeral Home, Franklin, is assisting with arrangements. Survivors daughters Mrs. Edward Grande Mrs. Paul Newman.
Joseph Abbott, Rockne Aid, Dies Special Tht News SOUTH BEND, Ind. Joseph C. Abbott, 75, the student manager for Knute Rockne's Notre Dame football teams in the 1920s, died yesterday. Abbott was a confidante of Notre Dame football coaches from Rockne to Hugh Devore and a member of the board of directors of Notre Dame's national Monogram Club. Abbott was a member of Notre Dame's 2 mile relay team in 1929.
During the 1929 track season, Abbott and his teammates won the 1 mile or 2-mile events in a number of meets throughout the United States. I 'J I 0 I IT I Uu 1 jnggSrEfM I After he retired from Kingan, he was a salesman for Laymen Life Insurance Co. at Anderson. He was a member of Indianapolis Athletic Club, Civic Theater, Crooked Creek Lions Club, Indianapolis Humane Society, Fraternal Order of Police, Police Athletic League (PAL) Club and American Legion. He was a 50-year member of the Masons in Kansas and also was a member of York Rite and Shrine Mirza Temple at Pittsburg, Kan.
Waterman, active in Republican politics in Marion County, had been a precinct committeeman. Memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Society or American Cancer Society. A memorial service will be Saturday at 3 p.m. in East Slst Street Christian Church. There- will be no calling.
David A. Hall Mortuary, Pitts-boro, is assisting with arrangements. Survivors daughters Janice Rush, Florence Armistead. Hobert Ford Services for Hobert Ford, 83, a retired employe of Citizens Gas Coke Utility, will be tomorrow at 1 p.m. in Willis Mortuary.
Ford, who died Monday in Methodist Hospital, had lived with a niece, Ida Mae Thomas, 538 E. Powell Place. He was a World War I Army veteran. Friends may call until 9 tonight Burial will be in Floral Park Cemetery. Other Obituaries Page 36 Gerald Waterman.
SO, 5314 Northwestern, a retired salesman, died Dec. -31 at his home. 1: Waterman worked more than 50 jrears in the meat packing industry, retiring in 1963 from Kingan Co! He worked for Kingan .23 years. He also worked for Swift Co. from 1912 to 1923 and for Cudahay Packing Co.
from 1923 to 1940. Mrs. Fred Flores Dies In Hospital Mrs. Fred (Mary) Flores, 61, In-dianapolis, died yesterday in Commu-" nity Hospital She was a member of East rence Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit-nesses. Services will be Saturday at 11 in Appleget Lawrence Mortuary, where friends may call tomorrow from 2 to 5 p.m.
and 7 to 9 p.m. Survivors husband; daughters Loretta Zeunik, Rebecca Porter, sons Don, James, Joseph; mother Mrs. Es- tella Taylor; sisters Evelyn Temple, LaVeme Carter, Edith Duncan, Glen-r nis West; brothers James, Ernest, Leo 'Robertson. Charles Jones Services for Charles Jones, 74, In-' dianapolis, will be tonight at 8:15 in Flanner Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary, where friends may call until services. Jones, who died Tuesday in Community Hospital, was a security guard 15 years for American Bearing Co.
He retired in 1973. Survivors wife Myrtle; daughter Charlsie Klapka. A mixup caused by the absence' of director Fried Madorin has caused the Department of Transportation to back out of a contract with a road materials contractor. The DOT board yesterday consent- ed to seek termination of a contract with Flex-0 Lite for glass beads used in lane markings on roads. The con tract will be reopened for competitive bidding.
Proposed renewal of the contract with FlexO Lite came up in the board's Dec. 2 meeting, when Madorin was in the hospital with a knee injury. On the advice of board attorney Joseph Reiswerg, the measure was tabled because of uncertainty about whether it would be legal to renew the contract The uncertainty resulted be- cause the value of the proposed con- tract with Flex-O Lite had increased over the 1981 price. I But when Madorin returned to work, he signed the contract for approval without realizing the board had voted to table it. Madorin later discovered his mistake and contacted the city purchasing department.
But purchasing officials maintained the contract was legal under state guidelines and were reluctant to tell Flex-O Lite its contract no longer was valid, Madorin said. Reiswerg yesterday again advised that the contract be rebid because: of the price increase. Madorin said he has been "very reluctant" to renew contracts when the price has increased. In other business, the board. approved renewal of four weed control contracts without rebidding.
Madorin said prices on each contract were the same as 1981 prices. The contracts were: Grady Brothers $35,191 Grady Brothers $119,106 Chemi-Trol Chemical $50,644 Chemi-Trol Chemical $59,820. The board also awarded contracts to all six bidders for supply of bitumi- nous materials for road work. Madorin said the six contractors are located in areas throughout Mar- ion County, and it is more convenient for crews working in outlying areas to go to a nearby site for materials than i drive to just one site. Materials are purchased on a per- ton basis.
The six bidders were: Downtown View The twin spires of St. Mary's Catholic Church at Vermont and New Jersey frame the American United Life Insurance Co. building under construction, in downtown Indianapolis. The AUL building is scheduled for occupancy next fall. The NEWS Photo, Bob Doeppers.
Man Held After Abduction Try Press Freedom More Vital Than Ever: Young Winner 31 Freedom Watch Ji Asphalt Material and Construction Inc. Asphalt Surfacing Co. Astro Paving Co. Grady Brothers Inc. Indiana Asphalt Paving Co.
Shumaker Brothers Industries Co. The officer continued the chase and apprehended Evans. In retracing the chase, a 45 caliber revolver was found in the 3300 block of North Brouse. In a similar incident about a half hour later at Lafayette Square Shopping Center, a 24-year-old woman was abducted in the parking lot by a man armed with a butcher knife. He forced her into her car and drove to a bank at New Augusta and attempted to cash a $200 check written by the victim.
When the bank refused to cash the check, the. man drove to another bank at 86tl and U.S. 421, where the check was cashed. He then drove the victim to 54th and College where she was released about 45 minutes after her abduction. He took her maroon 1980 Chevrolet Malibu station wagon, license 93E9916, containing her coat, purse, credit cards and some jewelry.
He was described as black, 25, 5 feet 6, 135 pounds, with short hair, dark complexion, brown tan hat worn over a white paper cap, gray plaid jacket, tan scarf, blue jeans and brown loafers. A 32-year-old woman was able to put off a would-be abductor yesterday while witnesses called police, who a short time later arrested a suspect. Arthur Evans, 18, 2600 block of North Baltimore, was apprehended in the 3100 block of North Brouse and charged with armed confinement, lation of the 1935 Firearms Act and fleeing and resisting a police officer in the incident that began about 1:45 p.m. in the 3900 block of Meadows Drive. He was held under $31,000 bond and scheduled to appear in Municipal Court 4.
The woman, Barbara Norris, was getting out of her car preparing to enter a business when she was approached by a man who put a gun to her side. He ordered her back into the car and she began questioning him. During the conversation, he threatened to shoot her. She told him there were people across the street watching out a window. The man fled and one of the witnesses chased him to 34th and Keystone where the witness flagged down a police officer, By JOHN RUTHERFORD "As the Information Age arrives, a 'free press becomes more important than ever," according to Benett Singer, 17, a high school senior who won a i Chicago area essay contest on the 'topic, "Why is Freedom of the Press So Important?" He began his essay by quoting 'Thomas Jefferson, who once said, -i "Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the i dawn of day." Noted the young Chicago essayist: "Sweeping changes have marked the days since Jefferson.
Revolutionary fervor has turned into global concern for nuclear disarmament; taxes on tea have become levies on foreign cars; and the strokes of the quill pen been replaced by the whir of microcomputers. Yet despite these ad-' vances, one fundamental principle freedom of the the press remains essential to the well-being of our coun-try." He said that "freedom of the press allows journalists to present the facts." the society's freedom of information committee, complained about: Censorship of journalistic dispatches Control of the broadcast media Harassment and repression of Polish journalists The oppressive conditions of martial law They asked Polish authorities to restore the freedoms that existed before martial law and to "expand those freedoms in the Freedom Of Assault? A lawyer used his freedom of speech to make fun of a newspaper editor who had used his freedom of the press to criticize court practices, but no constitutional issues are involved in the court case that resulted. Ed Book, editor of the Burlington (N.C.) Daily Times News, purportedly replied not with his press but with his fists and thus found himself charged with assault, a course of action not usually considered to be encompassed by the term, "freedom of expression" i As someone once said, "Your freedom of speech ends where my nose beings." JANUARY press "dictates precisely what its read-, ers will be allowed to know." "if independent journalists had not pursued Watergate," he asked, "would we ever have heard of it? Inviting investigative journalism suggests security and the desire for improvement. A paranoid society could not handle the strain imposed by the press, while a strong country can accept the media's nonstop questioning, searching and speaking out." Repression Protested Two officials of America's largest organization of journalists wrote last week to Polish Gen. Wojciech Jaru-zelski protesting violation of the "fun-damental right to freedom of expres 12 5 4 5 018 9 10 11 12 15 15 16 171819 20 212223 24252627282330 IN STATE OF THE LSI UNION MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.
TCUMAH ANNOUNCED IDEVEIQPMENTOF HYPBCTqEN BWB. sion by the martial law regime. 7 Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices Charles Novitz. president of Society Funeral Announcements Death Notices GOFF He contrasted this to the situation in of Professional Journalists, Sigma Del-many countries where the state-run ta Chi, and Robert Lewis, chairman of FLANNER ACKER Ruth H. Acker, widow of Frank Acker, foster-mother of Frank Klrkman.
daughter of Ada A. BUCHANAN William J. Goff, father of William J. and Chester G. Goff, 5 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren.
Services Saturday 10 SERVICES Moreland, sitter of Mary Matthews, Edna Knowles and Glover Moreland. Services Friday, MARCHIG Louis Marchig, beloved husband of Judith Marchig, father of Dorothy Yohannon, William L. Marchig, Flint, brother of Rose Bledig, 4 grandchildren: Services Saturday 9:30 a.m. STEVENS CHAPEL OF THE FLOWERS, 5520 W. 10th St.
10 a.m. Holy Trinity Church, Holmes and St. Clair. Rosary Friday 7 p.m. RICHTER Ora A.
Richter, 42 years, beloved father of Lorelei Oueisser, Becky Cook, Mary Ann Crawford, John and Michael Richter, 3 grandchildren, brother of Bernice Schramm and Fern Mooreman, passed away Tuesday. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., at the G. H. HERRMANN FUNERAL HOME, S. East and 10 a.m.
at St. Catherine Catholic Church. a.m. little auro funeral HOME, 1301 Main St. Beech Grove.
Calling Thursday a to 9 p.m. Friday 2 to 9 p.m. Masonic services Friday 7:30 p.m. jan. at in mooke kirk IRVING TON CHAPEL, E.
Team Sells Indy In Capital BACHELOR, Mrs. Bernice L. BENNETT, Mrs. Donna BONIFIELO, Mrs. Evelyn DAVIES, Mrs.
Ho tense L. FOBES, Ms. Janet F. HESLAR, Mrs. Mable WIEGAND, Mrs.
Florence WILLMAN, Mr. George R. Wash. 2 p.m. Friends may call i to 9 p.m.
Thursday. GRAHAM Lester L. Graham, be ASHLEY MATTINGLY Friends may call anytime. Prayer service Thursday 7:30 p.m. N.
Ethel Ashley, 90 years, of beloved mother of Ruth loved brother of James w. tra ham, Lebanon, Leroy Graham, Wabash, Alice M. Graham, Ladoga, passed away Sutton and the late RalDh Wil llamft. orandmother of Donald inesoay. services rrioay, iu STEVENS CHAPEL OF Sutton.
Sue Ann Ross, Texie SGUTHGATE Barbara G. Southgate, 31 years, beloved mother of John Lee and Maria Jill Southoate. daughter Minnie Mattingly, mother of Raymond A. Knapp, sister of Ja net Ling, ranees renc Ed, Walter and Virgil Lockard, 4 grandchildren, great grandchildren. Services Friday 10 a.m.
LITTLE SONS FUNERAL HOME, 1301 Main St. Beech Grove. Calling Thursday 2 to 9 p.m. Worley and Linda Welch, also THE FLOWERS, S520 W. 10th St.
Calling after 6 p.m. Thursday. oreat-oranocniioren ana i Wilson i Iicr rc DENTON, Mr. James A. HACKER, Mr.
Arthur T. MOOREHOUSE, Mr. Pauline VEST, Mr. Harold I services fireat-great-grandchild, ha I Miser of Odis Crews, Ola Williamson, several nieces and nephews. oassed awav Tuesday.
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ledford, sister of Mrs. Paulette Walker and Clyde Ledford daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.
Funeral iaturaav, a.m., ar James Smith, passed awav the G. H. HERRMANN MADI Wednesday. Funeral Saturday, GREBEL Francis P. Grebel III, of Mooresville, father of Linda Hulse, Paul and Bryan Grebel, 3 brothers, 1 grandchild, passed away Tuesday.
Services Friday, 7 p.m., CARLISLE i SON FUNERAL CHAPEL, Mooresville. Friends may call 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday. SON AVE. FUNERAL HOME, 5U1 Madison Ave.
Friends may call Thursday 7 to 9 p.m. and 1 p.m., at me G. h. HtRR-MANN MADISON AVE. FUNERAL HOME, 5)41 Madison Ave.
Friends mav call Fridav MAYER Mr. Fred E. Mayer, age 74, husband of Mrs. Dorene A. Mayer, father of Mr.
Fred R. Mayer and Mrs. Richard (Carol) Cady, grandchildren, brother of Alfred Mayer and Mrs. Bessie Thornburgh. Funeral service Saturday, Jan.
9, 11 a.m., SHIRLEY BROS. DREXEL CHAPEL, Friday a.m. to i p.m. ))) from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
and Sat- BARGER uroay from a.m. unfit i p.m. Elotilx Baroer. 1405 S. Whit- WILLMANN comb, mother of Robert HESLAR Mrs.
Mable G. Hester, widow of r.M Heslar. mother of Douglas James Meivin George R. Willmann, husband of Kathe Willmann, father of 4565 E. 10th St.
calling after 2 p.m. Friday. John Michael D. Judy LaRUE, Mrs. Anne MAYER, Mr: Fred E.
RHODE HAMEL, J. Lowell SHANAHAN, Mr. Leo and Diana L. Barger, Deborah 5. unaerwooo, an or ciry, wti- iiam w.
sarger ot Mooresvnie, Linda Branham of Lebanon, sis Hubert G. willmann, brother ot Paul Willmann, grandfather of Jutta Willmann. Funeral services Friday 10 a.m. at SS Peter and Paul Catholic Cahtedral. Friends may call Thursday 3 to Mr.
Fred Gasaway Heslar, 7 grandchildren, sister of Mrs. Sara Eliiabeth Rice. Graveside service Saturday, 3 p.m., Lynn-wood Cemetery, Lynnville, Tenn. FLANNER I BUCHANAN SERVICE. No calling.
w))((a1 ter of Jack Haggard of Beech orove. wenry ano raui Thacker, Norma Jean Meyers, 9 p.m. at FLANNER BU Death Notices Jennie Baker, ot Merit nsvine, Darryl Haggard of Whitaker, Ind. and Bernice Wallace of Evan svi He, 24 grandchildren, 9 CHANAN FALL CREEK MORTUARY. Visitation also 1 hour prior to the mass in Blessed Sacrament Chapel at the church.
FELLOWS L. Robert Baumgardt Carolyn Blitz James E. Browning Frank Calaguire Daniel Carmichael Edgar Davis Tom Drullinger James T. Evans Tina Ezman Deputy Mayor and Mrs. David R.
Frick Thomas P. Harris Mrs. Hudnut Kathy J. Jordan Alan Kimbell Jim Lakatos P. E.
MacAllister William K. McGowan Robert McKinley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Miller Gloriq Mills Carolyn Molenda William Moore Thomas Moses DavidS.
Orr Dean H. Phillips Anton Piringer Mack A. Porter Jacqueline Schilling T. J. Schmitz Alfred (Bud) Starling Dan Wright Charlene Hillman Robert McGuffey.
role in shaping public policy through the advocacy of associations. More than 2,000 of those associations have offices in Washington. The Indianapolis delegation candidly told the ASAE group they hope to "sell" the city as a convention site to that organization whose members spend $357 million each year on their annual conventions. It is estimated delegates to those conventions spend' $1.8 billion a year and related state associations spend an additional $250 million on annual meetings. Those at the breakfast and reception viewed a room-size model of White River Park in Indianapolis, a $182 million entertainment, recrea tional and educational complex to be built along White River.
Also on display was an exhibit of the present Indiana Convention Center and its $70 million addition. Those at the two sessions were given well-prepared information kits on Indianapolis. The material included the reprint of an advertisement for the city that began "Move over New York. Apple is our middle name." The rest of the ad documented what Indianapolis has to offer convention-goers. Others in the delegation from "Indianapolis were: reet-grandchiidren.
services ridav. 2 D.m FARLEY MANN Elfiabeth (Betty) Fellows, St, of R.2, Danville, passed away Tuesday a.m. Beloved wife of McGUIRE Patricia A. McGuire, S3 years, 457 W. 92nd formerly of Brazil, passed away Wednesday.
Retired executive secretary of the Clay County Draft Board for 19 years. Graduate Brazil High School. Attended Indiana State at Terre Haute. Member of the Gamma Gamma and Trf Kappa. Member of the Annunciation Catholic Church in Brazil.
Attended St. Lukes in Indpls. Survived by sisters, Rosemary Reilly and Rather yn Kimberlin, aunt of William Reilly of indpls. Rosary 7:30 p.m Friday, MOORE FUNERAL HOME, Braxzil. Mass 11 a.m.
Saturday, at the Annunciation Church. Burial Rest lawn Cemetery. Public Notices ROAD CHAPEL. Friends may visit Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
beoroe Fellows, motner ot Mrs. TIM Nwm WHhliwtwi Burm WASHINGTON A delegation of Indianapolis business and government representatives made a "pitch" here today for their city to become the "convention center of the country. The Hoosier capital was described to several Washington groups as a hospitable city eager to please conven- tion groups. The gist of the message from Indianapolis was that at a time when so many metropolitan areas are struggling with various problems, Indianapolis really is forging ahead with many new projects on the drawing boards. Heading the Indianapolis delega-(ion was Mayor William Hudnut who-t told of the growth of the Indiana Convention Center and how it will be nearly doubled in size when a new $70 -'million addition is completed in mid-.
1984- For the 30 visitors from Indianapolis, the day began early when they hosted a 7 o'clock breakfast at the Sheraton. Washington Hotel in honor of the Joint Conference on Medical Con-Ventions. "Indianapolis is making a strong j)id for meetings of health-related or-; ganizations. Our convention and visitors bureau, for example, is the only one in the country with this particular "kind of committee devoted to medical meetings," Ray Bennison, president of Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Bureau, told the breakfast group. Paul (Shirley) Mackey, Don- NOTICE OF RULES PROPOSED vine, Mrs.
Max (Lerou Roeoer, Danvilla and Greoorv Dean Fel lows, at home, step-mother of HOOVER Mrs. Geraldlne G. Hoover, age S4, Tampa. formerly of 7771 S. Sherman wife ot William, mother of Lawrence Leroy Loy.
step-mother ot Mrs. Judy Jessup. Mrs. Janice Mullln and Larry Hoover, both of Greenfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Green, Port Charlotte, sister of Mrs. Martha Pa-quln, Tampa, Mrs. Ver-monla Ryan, Mrs. Edith Garner, Martinsville and Verlin Green, Port Charlotte, also survived by 3 grandchildren, passed away Tuesday. Friends may call at the SINGLETON HERR MADISON AVE.
MOR-tiiabv. 7430 Madison a en e. Ft owl Anderson. BARROWS Mrs. Elm E.
Barrows, age 15, entered into rest Tuesday. Mother of Miss Loreine E. Barrows. Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday, HARRY W.
MOORE ARLINGTON CHAPEL. Mil E. 31th St. Calling after 3 p.m. TO BE ADOPTED BY THE INDIANA MEDICAL AND NURSING DISTRIBUTION LOAN FUND BOARD OF TRUSTEES Notice it hereby Given that grandmother of 5, sister of John Mendenhall, New Winchester, Harold Mendenhall.
New win Chester, Robert Mendenhall, Brown sourg, winiam Menoen-hall. Belle Union, Meivin Men Thursday. o.E.s. Memorial service I 0 m. Thurtday McNEIL Mr vra Stone McNeil, aoe t2.
denhall, Houston, Jack the Indiana Medical and Nursing Distribution Loan Fund Board of Trustees is considering the addition of new and amended rules pursuant to the provisions of the Indiana Medical and Nursing Distribution Loan Fund Act, IC The subiect matter of the BROWN Mandenahll of Greencastle, Mary Herring, Pittsboro and Mr. Oscar A. Brown, 71 years, ot (US E. 10th, husbend of Mrs. Loretta botk n.
to nouro. ser Greencastle, mother of Gate Id Stone, Greencastle, Mrs. Raymond (Dorothy) Butler, Greencastle, grandmother of 7, great vices 2 p.m. Friday, WEAVER Thursday 5 to 9 p.m. and Friday 7 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Service Saturday, 10:30 a.m. Entomb- Dorotny l. iMmerf Brown, brother of Mrs. Florence Deal FUNERAL HOME, Danville. In oroDosed rules includes the terment New Winchester Ceme m.ni uuMthinaton Park East and Mr.
Roy Brown, passed away Monday. Funeral service tery. Friends may call from 3 to Family requests Memorials to grandmother or u. services r-n-day 11 a.m. HOPKINS-RECTOR FUNERAL HOME, Greencastle.
Friends may call 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday. 1 selection of recipients of awards, the determination of shortage areas for physicians p.m. Tnursaay at me tunerat American Lancer aoticir. home.
it a.m. Friday, at the fesney- HORNAK SHAOELANO MORTUARY. 1307 N. Shadeland Ave. FLAGG Friends may call from 7.
until 9 p.m. Thursday. Masonic Lodge PARRISH Dean W. Flagg, age II, husband Annabel! (Anna) Parrlsh, tt or wrs. toiTn jvt.
r-iegg, lamei of Walter F. Flagg. Mrs. Win NO. 3IZ service p.m.
Thursday. vaars, of Cumberland, passed nifred Petersen, grandchil away at the Masonic Home Tuesday. Wife of the late Earl CROW HUGHES Marie Hughes, 76 years, beloved mother of Dorian Busic and Molly Fields, 9 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren, passed away Tuesday. Funeral services Friday 7:30 p.m. at the G.
H. HERRMANN FUNERAL HOME. 1S0S S. East St. Friends may call after 7 p.m.
Thursday. dren ano i greai-granocniiaren passed away Wednesday. Ser- wh-m 10 a ridav. LEPPERT Parrish, motner ot lowcii per-rlth. William Parrish (de COPELANO MORTUARY, 70 Wade Crow, 74 years, beloved father of William end Donald Crow, 3 grandchildren, brother of Georgia Bodenberg, Jessie Salamander, Virginia Fuson ceased grandchildren, 9 orast-orandchildren.
and 1 c. Hth st. ourtai Washington Park Visitation 3 to 5 and ano nurses, sening ot amounts and types of awards. Pursuant to the provisions of IC 4-22-2, notice is hereby given that on January 27, 1982 at 2 30 p.m. local time, in the Indiana State Library Building Auditorium, 140 North Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana, a public hearing will be held on the proposed rules.
Copies of the proposed rules are available for examination at the Stale Student Assistance Commission office at 219 North Senate Avenue, Indianaiolis, Indiana. Alt interested parties, in person or represented by counsel, are Invited to appear and participate in the hearing and to submit oral or written testimony or statements at that time. great-great-grandchild, sister of Ada Weise of Fla. Services 2 30 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday.
and Geneva Lang, passed awai Wednesday. Funeral Friday, nm Fridav. HeNURtx mor TUARIES CUMBERLAND FLORES Mrs. Marv J. Floras, aae el.
p.m., at the G. H. HERRMANN FUNERAL HOME, IMS S. East Robbery Interrupter Shot A 27-vear-old man was shot vester- and (minted a sawpd-nff shntmin at nn chapel. Entombment Wash wife of Fred C.
Flores, mother St. Friends may can anytime. ington Park East. Friends may loRUE Anne F. LaRue, age 4, of 4133 Pleasant Run S.
wife ot Gene LaRue, mother ot Linda, Penny and Lisa LaRue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alec wark. sister at Frank Wark, of Loretta zeunik, Rebecca por cad 2 to 9 p.m. Tnursoay.
q.e.y service 7 p.m. Thursday. ter, Don, James and Joseph Flo- CRUMP Dr. Steven Beermg, dean of the ignter of cstena layior, Crump. Indpls.
Thomas W. sister of Evelyn Temple, La- POSKA Indiana University school of medicine day when he returned from lunch to employe behind the establishment's j.J 1m kiiMAHiiV MAtliAnl MkkflMi nt kin I 1 1 iL. medical at his assed away Jan. 3. Son of Mrs.
awav Varna Cartar. Edith Duncan. Fcfhar Beach, neohew of Mrs. Mrs. Constance Poska.
64 years. and chairman of the bureau's interrupt an attempted robbery purchase counter. Christ said the gun mother of Mrs. Frances Gladys Shaw, Alice Swift, Lilly Wark. Funeral service Saturday, Jan.
9, 7:30 p.m., SHIRLEY BROS. IRVING HILL CHAPEL, S377 E. Wash. St. Calling Friday Culla Morgan.
Funeral service Saturday. II 30 a.m., CONKLE FUNERAL HOME SPEEDWAY Fattic, sister ot miss Isabella Babillls. Mrs. Billic Hauot and Glennis West, James, Ernest and Leo Robertson, passed away Wednesday. Funeral Saturday, 11 a.m., APPLEGET LAWRENCE MORTUARY, 7707 E.
42nd at Pendleton Pike. Friends may call 2-5 p.m. and 7- CHAPEL, evzs w. I6tn m. visitation 7.
until 7 p.m. Friday. 3 to 9 p.m. Alexander Babillis. 5 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, passed away Thursday.
Funeral DAVIES LONG iu am. aTuroay, i-ttNtY-HORNAK KEYSTONE MORTU p.m. f-rioay Mrs. Horfense L. Davles, moth FOBES ARV, 71st at Keystone, 10.30 a.m.
Saturday, Christ the Kino loved husband of Shirley Long, man announced, "This is a holdup," just as Lumpkin returned from lunch. The gunman, who stood about six feet from Lumpkin, quickly turned and fired his weapon Lumpkin in his lower left abdomen, police said. The gunman was described as father ot Mrs. ueboran lock. er of Mr.
uavia l. Lenoucne. sister of Mrs. Dorothy Gregory. Funeral Saturday, 2 p.m., FLANNER BUCHANAN unto RIPPLE MORTUARY.
Ms. Janet F. Fobes, mother of Miss Marcia A. Glass, Mrs. Christine O.
Stall and Miss Julia Catholic Church. Friends may call after 2 m. Friday. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. A. Glass, daughter of Mr. ana Friends may call Friday 3 to 9 'meetings committee, said the medical school is particularly interested in getting medical groups to meet in the I city. Dr.
Beering also discussed plans for an International Institute of Sports Science and Medicine in Indianapolis. The institute "will concentrate on edu-' -cation and research that include fitness and health of people of all ages," he said. 1' Later, the Hoosiers saluted the American' Society of I Association Executives (ASAE) for its workplace. The injured man, Michael Lumpkin, an employe of Hart's Auto Center, was listed in serious condition today in Community Hospital. Police said two men entered the Hart's store, 2625 N.
Sherman, at 1:35 p.m. One man went immediately into the building's restroom, investigators said. Indianapolis Police Homicide Sgt. Louis Christ said the man returned from the restroom a few minutes later Quick-Action Want Ads Call 633 1212 p.m. Mrs.
Jonn fc. r-ooes, grana-daughter of Mr. William W. Fobes. sister of Mrs.
Marcia F. Smith and Mr. William W. Fobes II. Funeral Saturday, II ELLIS Mrs.
Lynn C. Ellis, age 17, Car mel, mother ot Mr. Dan Ellis and Mr. Earl (Rob) Ellis, grandchildren, I great-grand rhiiri. oassed awav Wednesday Mrs.
Vivian Flores, Mrs. Judith Chavez, Miss Sherry and Miss Marianne Long, Miss Lorrle Stivers, John and Ron Robson, Greg, Samuel W. and Ryan Long, 6 grandchildren, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Albert Long, brother of Mrs.
Geneva Robertson, James, Wilbur, Dennis and Jerry Long, passed away Tuesday. Funeral Friday, 2:30 p.m., at the G. H. HERRMANN MADISON AVE. FUNERAL HOME, 5141 Madison Ave.
Friends may call 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday, 11 a.m. until time of ierv.ee on Friday. black, about 30, 5 feet 7 and 155 pounds, wearing an Army field jacket, RHODEHAAAEL J. Lowell (Jake) Rhodehamel, age 72, husband of Blanche Rhodehamel, father of F.
Diane HII-lan, B. Joan Leverenz, Jacque-lyn M. Keilin, 12 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren. Funeral service Friday, Jan. 10 a.m., SHIRLEY BROS.
IRVING HILL ruAPPi U77 Wth St. Call a.m., at FLANNtu Buchanan BROAD RIPPLE MORTUARY CAlilno Friday 7 to 9 p.m. Graveside service Saturday, 12-4 m. at Oak Hill Cemetery. Cim.rMl sarvlce 2 D.m.
Friday. a dark toboggan hat and blue jeans. at the LEPPERT COPELANO Crawfordsvllle. Ind. Memorial His companion was black, about 19, contributions to the American where trtenos may can i nour ing Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 Heart Association or ine donors prior to service.
feet and about 160 pounds. p.m. lavorite charity. i..
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