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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Anderson, Indiana 2 Anderson daily bulletin wednesday february 2, 1983oil prices continued from Page i did not expect . Prices to fall As much As $4 a bar ret. A if we Start talking about $4 and $5 cuts then things Are going to get serious a he said adding that Domestic Oil producers a can handle Quot a $1 reduction. A a you re going to see further declines in gasoline prices anyway a Pickens said. In new York the refining Arm of Texaco inc. Said it reduced its offering Price to Domestic crude Oil producers by $1 a barrel to $31 for its Basic Grade. Texaco followed a similar reduction by Gulf Oil corp. Just one Day earlier. Other major refiners a Shell Oil co., Phillips Petroleum co., Marathon Oil co., Conoho inc., Standard Oil co. Of California Standard Oil co. Indiana and cities serv ice co. A quickly followed Texaco. William Randol an Energy analyst in new York said he believed the average world Oil Price would drop at least $4 a barrel within four weeks. A bigger decline is possible if open cannot agree on a method of limiting production he said. A without any restraint on production this could turn into a free for All a said Randol who analyses . Oil companies for the investment firm first Boston corp. The Oil glut already has pushed Down the average world Price from More than $35 a barrel two years ago to around $33 a barrel now spot Market prices have gone lower.7 arrested continued from Page i charged in a circuit court warrant with dealing in marijuana and hashish both felonies. He was arrested at 6 15 . At his residence. He posted $5,000 Bond and was released from the jail tuesday evening. A Robert Edward Hall 22, it. I Anderson was arrested at the Anderson police department at 9 to . On a Superior court i warrant for dealing in a schedule i controlled substance a felony. He is being held in the jail on $20,000 Bond. A Connie e. Pierce 29, 221 w. 22nd st., was arrested at her residence at 4 45 . On a circuit court warrant for dealing in a legend drug a felony. She is being held in the jail on $5,000 Bond. Lori Allman of Madison Grant High school has been Active in Many Church and school events. She is a member of National Honor society Spanish club and the yearbook staff. She is treasurer of student Council and manager of the volleyball team. Allman is a member of the first Christian Church at Summitville and is the sunday school Secretary. She is Secretary of the Summitville 4-h club president of Stich a stir 4-h club and health and safety Leader for the Madison county Junior leaders. She was a Madison Grant alternate to Hoosier girls state and has received the schools outstanding chemistry student award. She is a Champion in 4-h beef foods Needlecrafts and personality divisions. Lori also has received the Madison Grant Scholastic award plaque. Her plans after High school Are to attend Purdue University and major in nursing. She is the daughter of Eldon and Becky All Man it. I Summitville. A today s teen Quot is a series of personality sketches featuring outstanding seniors at High schools in the Anderson daily bulletin area. Students Are selected by school officials on the basis of Good grades and participation in school and Community activities. Delco guide add More food Cash to pin Madison county a 14 project Good neighbor food distribution Sites received another Windfall Friday As Delco Remy and guide divisions added 8,864 cans of food to the pin pantries. Cash collected at the Plant Gates thursday evening and Friday morning earmarked for the food Sites totalled $4,581.64. This was the third week in an eight week Effort to help needy people in Madison county. The Cash and can collection is part of the pm Law sponsored program called care and share currently under Way nationwide in communities where the automaker maintains operations. Since the program was introduced on Jan. 14, employees at the Anderson divisions have donated 25,595 cans and $12,784.40 in Cash to project Good neighbor resources. With Gmys Matching funds Dollar for Dollar for Cash contributions and 50 cents for every can donate the local pin food fund has expanded by $38,366.30 As the Gnu a program approaches the Halfway Mark employees again will have the Opportunity to participate in the Effort at the beginning of second and third shifts thursday and the Start of the Day shift Friday. Stop to save Alife. Yield to emergency units Hall doors Ville High school where he turned enough Heads to be named to the 1947 Indiana All Star team. A that was quite an accomplishment because i was just an old farm boy from a Small school a Buck laughed. He later played at Indiana University and coached the Hoosier freshman squad before finally joining the ranks of High school coaches in 1951 when he took on the duties at Flora. After one year at Flora six a a a continued from Page i a. Years at Rossville and five seasons at Frankfort Buck assumed head coaching duties at Madison Heights. During his 17 years at Madison Heights. Buck has helped nurture the development of four Indiana All stars a Stew Robinson in 1982, Winston Morgan m 1981, a emr. Basketball Quot Ray Tolbert in 1977 and Bobby Wilkerson in 1972. Tolbert and Wilkerson have gone on to play professional basketball. Anderson bails bulletin 1133 Jackson Straat Anderson. In 4601s Phons 643-5371 u8ps 025-260 published Dolly except sunday by Anderson newspapers. Inc. Suggested subscription rates Carrier delivered $110 per week one month 54.75, three months $14.00, six months 528.00, one year 356. By mall on Rural routes end towns where Carrier service is not available payable in Advance one year 556.00, six months 526.00, three months 314.00. Motor routes 54 per week additions second class postage paid at Anderson. Indiana. A owe Cam a a member of associated press the associated press is ended exclusively Lotis use of Sisi nest printed in tie Niesp Spur is Well is Ell a noes Cusps Ochss All rift of pub Aston of special it apaches hers Ere also reserved i pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United states of America and to the Republic tor which it stands one nation under god indivisible with Liberty end Justice tor All. If you miss your paper. Phone 646-4216 Between 6 and 7 saturday service. Advertising departments closed bulletin newsroom Call 646-4266 Check with us today to see if you qualify for commercial Union s custom Auto program. Broderick insurance Agency 9th amp Central ave. 643-7403 your. Timur out a agent treat yourself with a splash of Spring the minute you walk in i you la feel better. Brand new sportswear dresses bridals too its wonderful a Price on All Winter merchandise the Tea cart is especially appealing for lunch 1102 e. 6th st., Anderson area Road Crews keeping Busy despite Lack of Snow despite the Lack of Snow to be cleared from roadways area Crews Arentt idling twiddling their thumbs. John Flatford assistant Anderson Street commissioner said a a we be still got quite a bit to while maintenance work is an ongoing project for the City county and state Crews the mild temperatures and weather Are giving them a Chance to do those a get around to it projects. And while those Are being done they Are not spending extra Money. Flatford said his Crews have worked a couple of icy weekends but estimated that not More than 24 hours of overtime has been paid and very Little of the 700 tons of Salt stockpile has been used. Flatford estimated that $20,000 to $25,000 has been spent on Winter related costs this season a including the Cost of the Salt. The 1981-82 Winter season Cost the City about $150,000. County Road supervisor Ted demos told much the same Story. He estimated savings at $30,000 to $40,000 compared to last Winters Cost when overtime Gas Salt and truck repairs ate up Over $50,000. Demos Crews have worked a couple of weekends too he said. Trio charged continued from Page i wound Sumner said. A the was a convicted Felon he afford to go to the Hospital for a gunshot wound a he said. Bartholomew county and Indiana state police were called to hands residence and besides the three shooting victims reportedly found about 80 pounds of marijuana valued at More than $30,000, and several thousand dollars Cash a a the murder was unsolved until a week ago a Sumner said. A a the Bartholomew county police received information about the homicide in reference to Robert centers. We furnished them some detectives travelled to Tulsa okla., where they interviewed Brown and another suspect Michael Wood. According to Sumner Wood gave police a statement showing some involvement in the incident. A a he a been to the scene just before the shooting a Sumner said. A Brown and Johnson have Given signed statements about their involvement and have admitted everything to the Best of their knowledge a Sumner said. Centers has not Given a statement yet he said. Centers remains in the Wayne county jail. Brown waived extradition from Oklahoma and is being held in the Bartholomew county jail without Bond. Johnson is in the jail on $100,000 bored. At the Anderson subdistrict of the state Highway department Bob Kimmerling said a a we re Semi anxious for the Snow but we really done to want his Crew is a nervous and upset by the recent death of a coworker in a Freak Accident on interstate 69, he said and added he Hopes there Isnit any Snow until they Are calmed. Kimmerling said he could not estimate the savings As compared to last Winters costs. The subdistrict Bills Are computed along with the District and state Bills. The three supervisors report their Crews have been doing Winter Patching crack sealing repairing guardrails and berms picking up litter and maintenance work on vehicles. Another City department also has had considerable savings As a result of the mild Winter weather. Don Davis water Utility superintendent said there Haven to been any Frozen meters or lines reported at this time of year the Utility office is usually swamped with such Calls he added. Davis said a a we re in Good shape a no bulletin Wicall 619-1295 Send a february 14th greeting to your sweetheart with a touching Valentine love line that will say a i love you More than 38,000 times. These individual love touches will be published in the Herald sunday feb. 13 and in the bulletin monday feb. 14 in our special color sweetheart columns. 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