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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Anderson, Indiana Second w front Anderson Herald bulletin Pride in our past Confidence in our future Sal gird a. April 2h. Local briefing dog cat License j reminder issued the Anderson animal shelter is issuing a reminder to All dog and cat owners in the City that licenses must be purchased for animals. Licenses required by Law and Good for one year allow animal owners to be contacted if the dog is lost or picked up by the shelter. Cost of licenses Are $4 for animals which have been spayed or neutered or $10 for animals which have not been spayed or neutered. Owners must provide proof of rabies vaccination for their animals prior to having them licensed. For More information Contact the Anderson animal shelter 646-5886. Recycling drive monday monday is the next Date to pitch in for recycling. The Anderson Madison county recycling task Force and Recycle Indiana resources will have a recycling drive from 10 . To noon at South Dale Plaza 53rd Street at Columbus Avenue. Among items to be collected Are steel and aluminium beverage cans plastic pop bottles and clean Glass. The recycling sessions Are scheduled every two weeks on monday at the same time and place. Drainage systems bids due May 29 the Madison county drainage Board set May 29 As the Date to accept bids for the reconstruction of the Schell Hoppes drainage systems in Southeastern Anderson township. The drainage Board will meet at 10 . That Day to accept work bids. A a the reconstruction which will Cost an estimated $1.4 Pillion is expected to Start in Kine or july. The two drainage systems contain $$00 acres and cover the a from 53rd Street to. County Road 500s and from Columbus Avenue to county Boad 300kdispute ends in gunfire suspect jailed victim critical after Early Friday shooting a suspect is in jail on $250,000 Bond following an Early Friday shooting which left an Anderson Man seriously injured. J. Paul Crouse 29,221 w. Oak St., entered a preliminary plea of not guilty in Superior court 1 to charges of attempted murder a class a felony two counts of criminal confinement and one count 6f criminal recklessness class b felonies. Crouse was charged in connection with the 2 . Shooting of Randall Pierce 24, 205 Hopper court. Pierce suffered a gunshot wound to the head below his right ear. He was in the adult critical care unit of methodist Hospital Indianapolis listed in serious but stable condition Friday evening. Police were called to Pierce s Home at bus Driver acs share blame jury a Madison Superior court 2 jury awarded a former Anderson student $195,000 Friday for injuries suffered in a car pedestrian crash while she was attempting to Board a school bus. Tiffiny Richmond 22, suffered multiple injuries and underwent surgery More than one time after she was struck by a car driven by Albert Bennett on feb. 3,1981. She filed suit in 1988 naming Bennett bus Driver Hugh gos Sage and Anderson Community schools As defendants. Jurors who returned a verdict at 3 . Friday found in favor of Bennett but said Gossage and acs shared some responsibility for the mishap after hearing testimony that Richmond had told Gossage several times she did t feel the Stop was Safe where she crossed on Indiana 32 to Board the bus to East Side Middle school Quot there was question in their mind whether his Bennett s conduct was reasonable under the circumstances Quot said Richmond s attorney Theodore Smith. Richmond said it was dark and foggy when she went to her bus that morning. Smith said jurors awarded the amount he had asked for with the total to be shared Between gos Sage s estate because he died prior to the trial and acs. Census Bureau 2 05 . After friends reported the shooting Anderson police detective Gilbert Hall said. Investigators said Pierce Crouse and Sammie Lee Blevins were drinking at the rebound lounge 1945 Anderson Frankton Road prior to the shooting. Crouse reportedly became involved in a fight with another Patron of the tavern Over a Pool game. Crouse told police he was driving Back to Oak Street when he was attacked by both Pierce and Blevins. Crouse who appeared during an initial hearing with a Bandage Over one Eye was treated at St. John s medical Center for cuts and bruises on his head following his arrest. Witnesses told police Crouse arrived at Pierce s Home on Hopper court at 2 . Looking for Pierce and Blevins according to Hall. When Tim Jarvis and another Friend told Crouse that Pierce and Blevins weren t there he allegedly pushed his Way in armed with a revolver and threatened them Hall testified. Witnesses told police Crouse cocked and unlocked the gun several times As he allegedly continued to make threats. Quot he held a gun to Jamie Erwin s head and told her she should think of the Best time in her life because now she was going to die Quot Hall told Madison county criminal magistrate Charles Braddock when he asked for Bond to be set higher than the Standard $50,000. Witnesses said Pierce and Blevins arrived soon after Crouse had searched the House. Crouse allegedly opened the door and fired at Blevins Side of the vehicle witnesses told police. Pierce was shot As he ran toward the House to get inside. Pierce fell into the front door but Wasi unable to get inside the House for a Short time witnesses told he pounded on the front door until those inside finally opened the door and found him bleeding from the head Quot Hall said at the court hearing. Quot production fourth Grade College Corner students Coutlee Gray. Rachel Miller Krista Mccracken and Christy Moulder of Diane Kreegar s class . I act out a play on recycling that they wrote themselves. They also irom Scrico made the props and presented the play to other classes As part of the school s Earth Day Celebration. John Cleary photo funding biggest problem in drug wars says chief what s where seeks workers today Pancake amp sausage breakfast 7-10 ., Calvary Temple 2700 w. 38th St. Wal America 8 30 ., City building. Bake Sale 9 ., eagles Lodge lobby 1315 Meridian St. Craft show 10 .-9 ., Mounds mall. Used Book Sale 1-4 ., Anderson Public Library basement 111 e. 12th St. Elwood april fest 10 -5 Bake Sale 10a.m.-2 30 ., Frankton pee wee a league Park Washington Street Black Hall of Fame Tjan Quet 5 ., u a local 663,2840 Madison ave. Quot National victims rights a week candlelight Vigil 7-7 .45 Funk Park West 8th symphony Quot orchestra 8 ., Reardon auditorium. Guest artist. Eugene Rousseau. Sunday free admission today at Mounds state Park. Indiana toy Soldier show b a. Id a ., senior citizens Center Angeline Road. Craft show. Mounds mall noon to 5 Anderson i. Ceramic and Craft i Quot organization. Luncheon it style show 2 ., Law local 663,2840 Madison ave. Alexandria Community band concert 3 ., Alexandria High school. Open House Shower for fire victims 1 5 ., Alexandria Community Center. Frankton Junior senior High school dedication amp open House 1 Lapel j Unior senior High school dedication amp open House 3 The . Census Bureau is seeking workers in Anderson and Madison county. Field and office personnel Are needed for temporary work in local communities said Timothy h. Wright recruiting operations supervisor. For More information about census jobs testing dates and locations Call the Recruiter at Job source �42-4981. By Bill Leahy he staff writer the local anti drug strategy is in step with the National program. The main missing ingredient is adequate funding. This is according to Anderson police chief Ron Rheam after returning this week from the fourth National conference on crime and drugs. The meeting was conducted in Washington d.c., monday and tuesday. Rheam said he was accompanied to the conference by Anderson mayor j. Mark Lawler. The conference brought together mayors police chiefs and other City officials from 70 cities and 90 states Rheam said. Among the attendees was the mayor of Bogata Columbia Andres Pastrana Rheam said. Delegates from Montreal and London were also present. Rheam said the three main fronts in the drug War Are education enforcement and Community involvement Quot we brought Back the drug awareness resistance education . Program from the last conference Quot he said. He added that while some cities larger than Anderson Are talking about acquiring a drug sniffing dog the local enforcement Effort has had the use of Zane owned by Anderson patrolman Steve Stoops for about a year. Stoops purchased the dog and put him into service last May. A third program Rheam Calls Community policing recognizes he said that the Job is too big for undercover narcotics officers alone. Quot our uniform officers have become More involved and have been making More arrests than our undercover forces Quot Rheam said. Quot despite a shortage of funds Quot he said Quot i feel our efforts Are in line with the Vanguard of the National despite the Effort drugs like crack cocaine and ice Are still finding their Way into Anderson he Loo sat funding for cats by Ken de la Bastide he staff writer the first step in obtaining funding for Anderson s bus system in. 1991 was taken Friday by the Madison county Council of government s technical advisory committee. The cog committee approved the 1991 proposal for a $1.3 Millican operating budget for the City of Anderson transit system. Of that amount fares Are expected to provide $100,000 toward the Cost a Federal Grant in the amount of 1390,000 and a state Grant of 1275,000 is being sought the City of Anderson will provide $584,540. Quot we Are not anticipating any fare increase Quot said Ron Harris of the Anderson City planning department Quot if Federal funds Are Cut we will have to look at other sources of he said ridership on the City bus system is expected to increase during the next five years. Harris said cats is hoping to begin replacing the 10 buses purchased in 1981. He said the buses Are expected to remain in service until january 1992. Quot the capital replacement funds from the Federal government Are Frozen at $18,053 per year Quot he explained Quot we Are hoping to Purchase two buses per Pete Mitchell cog chief transportation planner told committee members that several projects will be starting and run through the month of july. The projects include the collection of data for an upgrading of the Anderson traffic signalization system he said. The information will also used for traffic flow through the Anderson Central business Dia strict Mitchell said another study will be of Railroad Crossings. That win involve train counts number of accidents and photographs of the Crossings. People on the Street what do you appreciate most about your Secretary Tom Hogg los Anderson their ability to translate material into a workable and productive form. She s wonderful. Our office would come to a Complete standstill without Dirk Peck Anderson Quot without mrs we d have a hard time running our office. They do specialised jobs. They Deal with the Public an awful lot. They re the front people with the Public. They re just very important Dave Pik Krit Pendleton Quot i be got the greatest Secretary in the world without Nancy my life would be a lot More complicated i m an attorney who does a lot of defense work. Without her it would be impossible to do All the functions that Are necessary to do this Job Victor Hill Anderson Quot i m an adult probation officer for the Madison county unified courts and our secretaries Are very efficient As a matter of fact we took them out today thursday to dinner. They re very Nice and efficient and i enjoy working with them. We have a Good working Hal Wood Anderson Quot i Doat know How any employer could do a Good Job without a Good Secretary. They can almost run your business for you ii you give them an Opportunity. They re precious. They often Areat Given the credit they re Tim Thomas Alexandria Quot no matter what demands we put on her she always seen to take care of it no matter what we Promise a client especially with taste Lute things Shell take care of it and make us look Good Quot

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