Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 12, 1999, Anderson, Indiana Hoosiers upset Indiana stunned by budding rival Indiana state. Sports Page by o lib bulled a look Back in in special Section captures Host wow -1 a cd \ headlines from the War years. My a As a a a a a a it 4. A Al am a a a look inside 9 Sei i fir. She Peralo Bueti Anderson. Indiana sunday december 12. 1999 we asked. More than 200 readers responded. Now the voting is in your hands. Here Are the Herald bulletins people 19 myi until 2000 remember when of the Century by Janice Chavers Content editor the Herald bulletin will name the top to most influential people of the Century in Madison county in the fan. 1,2000, edition. A person of the Century also will be announced. On dec. 6, we published a list of nominees that we found through research conversations with local historians and officials. We asked for Public input and you responded with Over 200 phone Calls and emails. We re very appreciative of your help and Here is the final list although you May write in additional nominees. We re now asking you to select the person of the Century. All who vote will be entered in a drawing for a prize. Again we appreciate the Public a Partid pation. In fact we plan on doing features on Many of the people on the list just because the information you sent us was so interesting. Thanks again. Prominent Community Leader Hazel Minnefield poses for a 1984 portrait. Sister a Michaeleen feeders led St. Johns health system through expansion. You can vote for person of the Century by completing the ballot on Page a5. The list includes him Abraham instrumental in renovating the Paramount theatre and the Carnegie building. Politician. A fudge Harold Achor former judge for Madison county circuit court and two term supreme court Justice for the state of Indiana. Former trustee of Anderson College. A John Cromer Alldredge lawyer and Public official. Deputy attorney general of the state of Indiana. A Frank Allis former Anderson mayor. A Amin medical oncologist hem apologist see people / a4 file photos Anderson College president Robert Nicholson Speaks in 1983. Ice Cream wagons such As this one were a common sight on the streets of Anderson in the 1930s. The wagons were operated by the Anderson ice Cream co., which was located on the Northwest Corner of 16th and Meridian streets. Pictured is Jefferson Clark Mills who owned and operated his own ice Cream Wagon in the 1900s. This Wagon pre dates those of the Anderson ice Cream co. But were exactly alike. Y2k update the management of Wobu has made certain that the station is y2k compliant according to Doug Edge station manager. The stations computer system is new and is already y2k compliant. To be certain the management contacted the of the system. On new year s eve Jim Gherty of Indiana regional will Monitor All the stations owned by that company Jecny y2k-refeted glitches. Acs school boards makeup in flux three members May not run for reelection in 2000 by Ken de la Bastide staff reporter it appears that the three members of the Anderson school Board up for re election in 2000 May not be running for another four year term. Members up for election include Veteran Board member Keith Millikan Irma Hampton Stewart and Issac Weatherly or. If the three incumbent members of the Board decide not to run it will mean that the seven member Board will have undergone a Complete transformation in the past three years. During the 1998 election Jim Ault Tom Harvey and Jean Challie were All elected to the school Board replacing Holly Miller Beth Gephardt and Joanna Gentry. Harvey previously served on the Board and lost to Gentry in 1994. Brian Bays was elected to his first term in 1998, but was selected to Complete the term of Paul Bradford prior to that election Millikan said last tuesday that he will not be a candidate for re election to the Board in 2000. Millikan is a former teacher in Anderson Community schools and a former president of the Anderson federation of teachers. Stewart who was first elected to the school Board in 1992, said thursday she is probably not going to seek another term but has not finalized a decision. A i probably wont run again a said Stewart a but i done to want to be bound by that. A there have been a number of people that have been interested in running from my District a she said. A it might be time for a Weatherly was first elected to the Board in 1996 and said he will reach a decision in the near future. A a in a giving a lot of thought to not running a said Weatherly. A at my age in a considering getting involved in some other activities. A i done to need to be in All the hassles a he added. A a in be talked to my wife and children about it and will make a decision Ken de la Bastide covers Anderson City government and Madison county government. His email address is a look Back Jan. 5,1920 the supreme court today declared constitutional sections of the volstead prohibition enforcement act prohibiting the manufacture and Sale of a Beer wine or other intoxicating malt or vinous liquors a containing one half of one per cent or More of alcohol. Beer containing 2.75 per cent of alcohol is illegal under the wartime prohibition act the supreme court decided today. This Story appear on Page i under the headline King alcohol is dead Anderson daily bulletin Good morning Index business cd local a3 classified f4 lotteries a2 Homes i automation f1 editorial a6 nation world i lifestyles Al sports by 97883 00002 forecast i in High Low 44 32 rain tomorrow Sun and Clouds Outlook Page d8 by o get Soldi talk to Don Stevens 643-3391 coming tomorrow food Christmas cookies pick up a few Kitchen ideas for the Holiday season. Sports Young winners the Indianapolis Colts continue its Gallop toward the playoffs with a game against new England.