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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Anderson, Indiana tale unfold Giri kills alleged kidnapper Page a-7nationexxonmore Clear up plans revealed Page a-9hershiser out surgery sidelines Pitcher Page b-1 Anderson volume 121, number h5 Anderson Indiana saturday. April 28,1990 Price 35 cents . Briefing local train strikes car Man lifeline an Anderson Man was flown by lifeline helicopter to an Indianapolis Hospital after a train struck his car on Columbus Avenue at about 10 15 . Friday. A witness said the Driver of a recent Model Pontiac it turned onto Columbus Avenue from 14th Street As the westbound train approached. Quot it looked like he stopped and then pushed on the Gas to get across before the train got to him but he got caught Quot the witness said. The train pushed the Small sports car More than two blocks before stopping on Jefferson Street. The Driver was trapped in the car for 30 minutes before Anderson fire department rescued him. State commendation sought for letter Carrier Sellersburg a police Are seeking a commendation for a letter Carrier who helped Rescue an elderly Sellersburg woman trapped in a closet for five Days. Patricia eve who delivers mail once a week for the Sellersburg Post office called police tuesday after she became worried about a woman who had t taken in her mail or newspapers for several Days. Police entered the Home through a window and discovered Margaret Hoffman 73, trapped beside a water Heater in a closet Hoffman had apparently fallen from a ladder while trying to open an attic door in the Selling of the closet. She had lain on the floor with her legs pinned Between the water Heater and the Wall since Friday. Nation Kent state using names in memorial Kent Ohio a Kent state University under pressure from angry parents has agreed that a memorial to be dedicated to the students killed and wounded in a 1970 anti War protest will include a plaque inscribed with their names. The announcement was made thursday by the University president Michael Schwartz. Schwartz said the plaque was inscribed Quot in Loving memory of Allison Krause Jeffrey Miller Sandra Scheuer and William Schroeder Quot who were killed by Ohio National guardsmen on May 4,1970. Index c Lassi led b5-12 horoscope.b-9 comic�.b-4 lifestyle.a-6 court�.a-4 lottery.a-2 crossword.b-12 police fire.a-4 deaths.a-2 sports.b1-3 editorials.>-8 theater.a-7 the party s Over mostly Cloudy arid cooler today with an 80 percent Chance of Thunder a tort. High from the lower to Middle 70�. Partly Cloudy and cooler tonight with a 60 percent Chance of Thunder Tori. See Page a-2.teen to receive medal of valor by Steve Leer he staff writer Bobby Remy the 13-year-old Alexandria boy who helped his Mother escape the Jan. 29 fire that destroyed their family Home will be recognized for his Brave act at an Anderson Church sunday. Remy will receive the medal of valor from the Indiana District of the Royal rangers during worship services at glad tidings Assembly of god 815 e. School St. Services begin at 10 30 . The medal recognizes Royal rangers members who Quot endanger their own lives to save another s life Quot said Mike Almack the senior commander of Royal rangers outpost 93 at glad tidings. Almack said the medal is the highest award Given by the assemblies of god boys organization. Remy is the first Hoosier Royal Ranger to receive the prestigious award. Quot a total of Only 11 were Given in the . Last year Quot Almack said. Quot they just Don t hand them out Remy helped his Mother Mildred e. Remy 42, escape the Early morning Blaze through a second Story window. She was helped to safety by a neighbor who propped a ladder against the porch roof on which she was standing. The younger Remy jumped from the roof. Both Remys and Bobby Remy s grandmother Mildred h. Gustin suffered second and third degree Burns in the Blaze. Three other family members who lived in the Bouse died. The 404 Madison St. Home was levelled by the inferno. Fire in see teen Page a-9 stuck in the Middle of things Young Jimmy Leonard is the Center of attention Friday afternoon As classmates decide to use him instead of a rope to play a Friendly game of tug of War on the playground of Morse elementary school in Cambridge mass. A photo Eye in the sky opens controllers overcome problems to lift Lens cover of Telescope Cape canaveral Fla. Apr the Hubble space Telescope orbited with its big Eye open Friday after ground controllers overcame communications problems and lifted its Lens cover. The shuttle discovery s astronauts prepared for sunday s return to Earth. Quot you be been released from Hubble support. It s on its own Quot Mission control s Story Musgrave told the five Crew members. Quot that s great news Quot replied discovery commander Loren j. Shriver. Quot there Are handshakes and smiles All around up Here. I la bet it s just that Way Back Down there too Quot added Mission specialist Steven Hawley. Quot who s buying tonight Quot Quot Well buy when you All get Back Quot Musgrave replied. Flight director William Reeves said it was too Early to cheer. We still have an important part of the Mission to go Quot Reeves said. Quot we Reserve our Celebration until the Crew is safely on the discovery is to land at 9 48 . Edt sunday at Edwards air Force base Calif. Landing would have been delayed a Day if astronauts Bruce Mccandless and Kathryn Sullivan Hail had to perform a space walk to Crank open the Telescope s Lens cover or aperture door. The shuttle trailed 50 Miles behind Hubble when the aperture door opened 380 Miles above Earth but was to pass two Miles beneath the Telescope later in the Day. The National aeronautics and space administration plans to release its first test image from the $1.5 billion Telescope on tuesday showing an open Star Cluster in the Constellation Carina. Scientific data will follow in a month or two. Hubble s 10-foot aluminium aperture door was opened to the heavens at 10 30 . Edt nearly four hours later than planned exposing its finely polished 94.5-Inch Mirror to Starlight for the first time. Ground controllers sent a signal commanding the door to lift even though the Telescope was in an automatic Quot Safe Mode Quot with All motion stopped because of problems linking its High Speed antennas with a relay satellite. See Telescope Page a-9 students reap big rewards for Reading writing by Gregory fanning ii b staff writer Robinson elementary students completing requirements related to Reading and writing were rewarded at the school with a night of jazz dinner and a play Friday. The special acuity is called Fred s night out Fred an acronym for free Reading every Day. It is part of the Quot books Are friends Quot Reading program which is conducted throughout most of the school year. Robinson teachers said that nearly one third of their students qualified for Fred s night out. Quot this is our third and biggest year Quot said Denna m. Renbarger assistant principal. She said 110 students attended last year and 189 were at the festival Friday. While eating hotdogs following the jazz show which featured Madison Heights musicians and magic tricks by their director several Robinson see front line Page at 1 cil a11 of re. 1 5 Robinson teacher Cindy Darlington portrays Snow White. Brian Drumm photo bomb explodes at can Security guard injured Virginia Beach a. Apr a bomb in a package addressed to the Rev. Pat Robertson exploded Friday at his Christian broadcasting network s Mai room. Injuring a Security guard can officials said authorities confirmed there was a bombing but slut not release details the package had a North Carolina postmark and was thought to be suspicious said Frankie Abourjilie a can spokeswoman. Security guard Scott sleepers was summoned and the la it my exploded when he opened the package Abourjilie said Quot this is evidence of extreme hatred by some deranged individuals who want to silence the Christian voice in this country. _ Pat Christian broadcasting network head science Fine arts teams ready Highland competing in super bowl by Gregory fanning ii writer six Highland High school seniors will compete in the Hoosier academic super bowl today in Indianapolis. Mike Barclay Captain Scott Louderback and Ben Schott advanced from the regional round held in Anderson last week As members of the school s science team. Tamy Irwin Captain Jenny Hummel and Shawn Ramsey advanced from the same regional As members of the school s Fine ails team. Both those teams placed first in a Field of six teams in class 1 enrolments of and More. In the regional and state rounds squads respond to 20 regular multiple Choice questions and five tiebreaker questions. They have 20 seconds to Confer and give an answer. Questions this year Are entered around the theme Quot the glory of Linda Trout who coaches the Highland academic teams with Jim Beane said the science and Fine arts squads had the third highest scores in the state. See Highland Page a a sleepers 3�, was taken to sen Tara Norfolk general Hospital Pat Robertson a 1988 Republican presidential to it i it Eligil a com pained the guard to the Hospital Abourjilie said sleepers was in stable condition with shrapnel wounds to his left leg said Rhonda Hoover a hospitals kit pcs Poinan Robertson said the package was addressed to him. Quot this could be part of a pattern of attacks against evangelical christians Quot said Robertson noting two other recent attacks a the explosion of a letter to it out at the Home of the Rev. John Osteen of Houston that injured his daughter and an arson fire at the Indiana recording studio of Gosiel Singer Sciuti Patti Quot this is evidence of extreme hatred but some deranged null i dials who want to silence the Christian voice in tins Robertson said. Quot they should Reali a thai devices sent through the mail will never reach those for whom they Are intended. Their victims will be innocent men and women who have devoted their lives to serving Virginia Beach police spokesman Lou Thurston declined to give details about Friday s bomb. See bomb Page a t

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