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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Anderson, Indiana Fhall9 doors open for Buck the accomplishments continue to flow in the direction of Madison Heights Phil Buck. Already Able to claim such noteworthy deeds As coaching High school basketball teams to 412 victories la sectional championships four regional crowns and one sem state title and the Molder of four Indiana All stars Buck saw his career reach yet another Milestone tuesday afternoon when he was formally announced As one of the newest inductees into the Indiana basketball Hall of Fame. A a it a very meaningful and very satisfying because the selection was done by a group of my Peers a said Buck who was informed of his selection in december. A naturally i was surprised when i Learned about this. Everybody has Hopes of making it some Day but i had no idea id make it this soon. A a it a a great Honor a tremendous Honor a Buck went on. A i can to compare this to any of the accomplishments of my teams but i put this right alongside my selection to the Indiana All stars Back in 1947.�?� also cited in tuesdays announcement were John Ford Lou Watson Bob King and the late Karl Dickerson. Those individuals along with previously announced inductees Orvis a a shorty Burdsall of Alexandria Hallie Bryant Bill Stearman Bill Perigo Jim Hinga and Bill Robertson will be officially inducted into the Hall of Fame March 24 at the Indiana convention Center. Buck who flashes a 412-265 record during his 29 years As a High school coach has spent the last 17 years at Madison Heights where his teams have fashioned a 258-143 record won seven sectionals four regional and one sem state. This year the pirates Are 7-8. A i think what pleases me the most about being named is that in a still Young enough to enjoy it a said Buck 54. A you know in a still in it coaching and in a still Able to rub elbows with All of the great people associated with the Hall of Fame. I can honestly say in a having More fun now than 20 years ago just because of All of the connections in be Bucko a basketball roots reach Back to Ross see Page 2, column 2 it s very meaningful and very satisfying because the selection was done by a group of my Peers. Everybody has Hopes of making it someday but i had no idea i d make it this Phil Buck. Muhs head it Tach wednesday february 2,1983 Anderson Indiana volume 97, number 272 Price 25 cents i Ai i Oil prices drop gasoline fuel Oil in oversupply by the associated press a Price Cut of $1 a barrel is spreading through the american Oil Industry and four open members have threatened to slash their crude by $4 a barrel unless the Cartel settles a dispute Over production and prices. The reductions along with decreased demand for fuel could mean that gasoline prices at the will continue dropping along with the Cost of heating Oil analysts say. Eight major . Refiners reduced the Price they pay for Domestic crude on tuesday to $31 a barrel and sources said the soviet Union dropped its Price by $2.15 to $2.35 a barrel on a Long term contract with an italian Oil company. The official Kuwait news Agency reported that saudi Arabia Kuwait Qatar and the United Arab emirates a All members of the organization of Petro Leum exporting countries a would Cut their prices by $4 a barrel a within one week unless the Cartel settles its dispute. A a warm Winter Winter has tended to develop an oversupply not Only of gasoline but of heating Oil a said Industry analyst Dan Lundberg publisher of the Southern California based Lundberg letter. A with there being plentiful heating Oil and soft prices throughout the whole Range of Petroleum products the falling crude prices can Only cause a continuation of this decline he estimated tuesday that Gas prices would fall 5 to 7 cents a gallon by april i. In Oregon for example a Price War escalated tuesday when Portland area service stations began offering regular gasoline for 88.9 cents a gallon. Lundberg said that was the lowest Price he knew of anywhere. The collapse of an emergency open meeting last monday in Geneva Switzerland triggered speculation that persian Gulf producers have decided they must Cut their Price to regain lost sales in the glutted world Market. An unconfirmed report by the iraqi news Agency said open would hold another meeting in Vienna Austria next week. The belief has become widespread in the Oil Industry that saudi Arabia and its allies on the arabian Peninsula Are striving for an orderly reduction in prices. The current open reference Price of $34 a barrel was reaffirmed by All 13 ministers last december and was not changed in the Geneva meeting Jan. 23-24. T. Boone Pickens jr., chairman of Mesa Petroleum co. In Amarillo. Texas said he see Page 2, column i funds of Khz for Landfill by Ken de la Bastide bulletin staff writer the Madison county Landfill near Orestes apparently has been targeted for a 30-acre expansion this year. However an exact location has not been revealed. The Madison county Council tuesday night approved an $80,000 appropriation from Federal Revenue sharing funds for acquisition of additional land for a Landfill operation. The Council voted 6-1 in favor of the appropriation with Democrat Norm Goodwin casting the dissenting vote. Commissioner James Donahue told Council members that to of the 30 acres would be used As a Landfill site. A the state Board of health was present at the site when the soil tests were made a Donahue said. A they make any comment officially but encouraged councilman Jack Lutz asked if the land being considered is adjacent to the present Landfill site. A i want to pinpoint the site a Donahue replied. The present Madison county 67-acre Landfill operation was opened in 1970, according to Donahue. The commissioner said at the present rate of use the Orestes Landfill site will have to be closed by the end of the year. A a we be made every Effort to get prior approval of the site a Donahue said. A this is a minimal amount of Money for a problem that is facing the county. We really done to have a lot of time to begin the search for another Goodwin a newly elected councilman asked several questions concerning the soil makeup at the site and the depth of the water table. A there is a terrific amount of Money that has to be spent to close out a Landfill a Goodwin said. A i done to want to buy a pig in a county Engineer Charles Reardon said soil brings were taken to a depth of 50 feet and water was not encountered until 35 feet. Donahue said there probably will be More than one sanitary Landfill operating in Madison county in the future which would allow for a longer life for each of them. The Only sanitary Landfill permit pending before the Indiana state Board of health is on the Mallard Lake farm owned by Jeff and Mark Reed in Richland township. That application has been pending for about two years.7 arrested in lengthy and drug investigation by George Mclaren bulletin staff writer Anderson police arrested seven suspected drug dealers tuesday and said additional arrests Are pending following a lengthy investigation. According to sgt. Rick Griner the arrests were the result of drug purchases made by undercover police officers in the past six months. The seven individuals face a total of 18 counts of dealing and Possession. A we done to think any of them Are big time dealers a Griner said. A we run across their names occasionally. We be known they be been involved in drug dealing at least three of those arrested have prior convictions for drug offences he said. No drugs were confiscated tuesday but drugs had been obtained from each of those arrested during the buys Griner said. Police have arrest warrants for a a several More persons Griner said. He would not say How Many. They will be arrested a was soon As we can locate these people a he said. Arrested were a Iscom Sawyer 55, 1503 Forkner st., was charged with two counts of dealing in a schedule in controlled substance two counts of conspiracy All felonies and Possession of marijuana a Misdemeanour. Sawyer was arrested on circuit court warrants As he walked into the Al Morocco tavern 16th Street and Madison Avenue at 5 25 . He is being held in the Madison county jail on $20,000 Bond. A Harold Wayne harder 22, 1104 w. Ninth st., was charged in a Superior court i warrant with three counts of dealing in marijuana one count of dealing in a schedule ii controlled substance and one count of dealing in hashish. All Are felonies. He was arrested at his residence at 5 20 ., and is being held in the jail on $10,000 Bond. A Phillip g. Vaughn 31, 1327 Arrow ave., was charged with two counts of dealing in a schedule in controlled substance and maintaining a common nuisance All felony warrants from Superior court i. Vaughn was arrested at his residence at 5 25 ., and is being held in the jail on $10,000 Bond. A Kenneth Lee Anderson 25, 1519 Morton st., was charged in a circuit court warrant with dealing in a schedule in controlled substance. He was arrested at the Madison county jail where he was being held on a probation violation. A Chester p. Mcfearn 29, 703 w. 24th st., was see Page 2, column i Good evening Anderson s Winter for details read Jim Bannon s column.4 thrill is gone from movie thrillers local reviewer says.12 Madison Heights Frankton survive first round tests.17 Index no Shadow Panapolis apr Henrietta the official Hoosier groundhog emerged today and did not see her Shadow. That according to legend Means the rest of Indiana a Winter should be mild says an Indianapolis zoo official. Henrietta stuck her head out of her Cabin around 8 30 . Today a a groundhog Day said Paul b. Grayson of the Indianapolis zoos education department. Pages births.3 comics.25 deaths.3 editorials.4 pages family.10-12 sports.17-21 theaters.27 what a where.6 Windy and colder Toight Windy and colder with a 50 percent Chance of rain showers in the evening changing to Snow showers after Midnight. Lows in the upper 20s to Low 30s. Winds West 15-20 Mph. Thursday Cloudy Windy and colder with a 50 percent Chance of Snow showers. Temperatures will fall slowly into the Low to mid 20s by late afternoon. Winds Northwest 20-30 Mph and Gusty. Tuesdays High 40. Overnight Low 42. Low temperature is registered from Midnight to 8 . Details on Page 5. Trio charged in �?T79 slaying robbery Case by George Mclaren bulletin staff writer accused robber burglar and thief Robert d. Centers has been charged with murder and five other felony counts in connection with a 1979 attempted robbery shooting in Bartholomew county. Centers 34, already in jail in Richmond on charges from Anderson and Richmond and wanted in Marion and Muncie was charged along with Max Johnson 32, of Linwood and Mary Brown 39, formerly of Anderson with the nov. 5,1979, murder of Roger Thurlow in Newbern. Centers and Brown were charged with murder reckless homicide two counts of attempted robbery and two counts of Battery. Johnson was charged with attempted robbery two counts of reckless homicide and two counts of Battery according to Anderson police. Centers and Brown lived in the 700 Block of West fifth Street and Johnson was living on Andersons Westside at the time of the shooting. Anderson police department detective Steve Sumner said today. The incident occurred about 1 30 . Nov. 5, 1979, Sumner said. The three suspects allegedly drove from Anderson to Newbern a town about eight Miles East of Columbus on ind. 46, to Rob a suspected drug dealer James hand. A Mary Brown knew them vaguely. She honked the Horn and Jim hand came outside to see what she wanted a Sumner said centers pulled a .12 gauge Shotgun and pointed it at hand who backed into the House Sumner said. Brown stayed in the car and Johnson waited outside the detective said. A once they got inside centers saw a Holster laying on a table a Sumner said. An argument ensued and centers allegedly fired a Shotgun wast at hands thigh knocking him Down. Hand pulled a 22-caliber pistol and fired six shots at centers striking him in the shoulder. Centers allegedly fired several More blasts. Pellets struck Thurlow in the Chest As he slept in another room Sumner said the Hill City kan., Man died instantly. His Girlfriend Julie Owens also of Hill City was wounded As she slept on the floor. The suspects fled the House and returned to Anderson Sumner said. A the thing went sour the gunfire started and they got out a he said. Centers did not receive medical attention for his see Page 2, column 4 Mary Max Johnson a bulletin photo by John Cleary filing for primary democratic City councilman Don Clark files for the May primary election. Clark will be seeking a second term. Democratic mayoral candidate Paul Newbern was the first candidate to officially file for the primary today

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