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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 11, 1990, Anderson, Indiana Law. Jeff 68 fount. Cent. 57 Lebanon 62 g. Roosevlt 71 Ham. Noll 64 new Castle 78 Brownsburg 50 of. Vernon 66 Concord 62 e. Noble 40 Southport 57 l. North 51 Northfield 73 Marlon 64 Richmond 66 Conn Ville 63 Bedford 78 Scottsburg 58 Bosse 81 Castle 67 Loogootee 49 n. Harrison 44 Waltko 76 . North 74 Anderson. 1 f St of in Jet it. Mumm . Briefing fort Wayne students receive Measle shots fort Wayne a local and state health officials will inoculate students at two fort Wayne High school with measles vaccinations next week. Blood tests confirmed that an 18-year-old male student at Snider High school had a Case of measles. It was the third Day in a Row such a Case had been confirmed. Health officials will inoculate All of Snider s 1,900 students wednesday. On tuesday officials will inoculate the 1,800 students at North Side High school. Drinking pilots licenses revoked Minneapolis a Federal officials have revoked the licenses of three Northwest airlines night Crew members accused of Hying under the influence of alcohol capt. Norman Prouse 51, of Conyers ga., first officer Robert j. Kirchner 35, of Highland ranch colo., and second officer Joseph w. Balzer 34, of Antioch term., were arrested when Northwest flight 850, a Boeing 727 with 91 passengers aboard arrived in Minneapolis from Fargo . Faa officials had received an Anonymous Call indicating that the three had been drinking in the Fargo area before the flight. An official said the Crew had violated the Minnesota Law and Federal rules against flying within eight hours of drinking alcohol haitian government changes leadership port a Prince Haiti a Haiti a military ruler la Gen. Prosper Avril resigned saturday and his temporary successor said a government led by a civilian would be named within 72 hours. Maj. Gen. Herard Abraham said he had been placed temporarily in charge of the country. He promised to Transfer Power to a panel led by the supreme court president by monday. $70,000 crack seized Alert Motel maid uncovers Cache 3 arrested by Bill Leahy he staff writer a maid at a scatter Tell Road Motel checked a Small tear in a bed and discovered a Cache of crack cocaine. The discovery led to the arrest of two fort Wayne men and a female juvenile. Anderson police arrested Anthony m. Phillips 20. And Derek Hackett 19. Both were charged with Possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy to Deal cocaine. A 15-year old female a also was detained and i Turt Pant a a turned Over to juvenile picture. Authorities a. Seized was a bag containing crack with an estimated Street value of 170,000 to $75,000. The drug was divided into 18 bags each containing 30 smaller cellophane packets of crack. A it was definitely ready for Quick Sale a said Mitch Carroll Anderson police Public affairs officer. Anderson police chief Ron Rheam said a police cannot win the War on drugs by themselves a he said he wanted to credit the Motel employee for her assistance in breaking a major drug Case. Police were first called to the Motel at 9 30 after a maid found a gun in a second floor guest room. The .25 Caliper Semi automatic pistol had been hidden under a Pillow Carroll said. Around la a a. Carroll said an employee returned to make up the guest room. She told police she noticed a Small Slit had been Cut in the Gauze fabric under the Box Springs. Looking closer he said she found a plastic shopping bag containing smaller bags of whitish crystalline rocks. She took the bag to the front office and police were recalled. Patrolman Tom Brown returned to the Motel he reported seeing a male later identified As Hackett digging through a dumpster. The Man fled when he saw the patrol car. Chi a second floor Walkway he reported seeing a second male identified As Phillips standing outside questioning a maid. Brown arrested Phillips and put out a dec Puon of the other Man. He also told other police in the area to be on the look out for a 1978 Maroon Pontiac. The car was located minutes later parked at an adjacent Motel police then Learned that Phillips had rented one room at the first Motel where the crack was discovered and three rooms at the Motel next door. The clothing worn by the Man Brown had seen in the dumpster was found in one of the three rooms. Hackett and the juvenile were found in another room. See crack Page a-8 Dorsey band at Paramount an evening of big band music and dancing in support of the historic Paramount theater is on up thursday March 29. One of the greatest of the big bands Tommy Dorsey a is coming to the Paramount that Date at 7 . A in big band history Tommy Dorsey a must be recognized As one of the greatest All around dance bands of them ally a William Hardacre president of the Paramount Heriage foundation inc., said in announcing the bands appearance Hardacre said the bands appearance will be the Premier event for the month of March at the Paramour which was recently reopened by the foundation in preparation for a fund raising drive to restore the theater to its original 1929 Luster. A buddy Morrow will be conducting the Dorsey orchestra and people attending will have a Chance to listen and dance under the stars in the theater a Hardacre said. He said a dance floor will be installed in front of the suge. Reserved seats for the performance Are on Sale at the Paramount office. Ticket prices Are $15, $10 and $5 and will be sold on a first come basis. In a twist from previous big band appearances at the Paramount the Dorsey band will feature male vocalist see Dorsey Page a-8 Index classified. Di-8 obituaries .a-2 crossword.c-5 of of a-7 deaths.a-2 Panorama editorials.a-6 police fire.a-4 horoscope.c-5 records.a-5 lifestyle co sports.e1-6 lottery.a-2 ,5 keep your umbrella up mostly Cloudy and unseasonably warm today with a 30 percent Chance of thunderstorms and a High in the Middle 70s. Mostly Cloudy and unseasonably warm tonight with a 40 percent Chance of thunderstorms and a Low in the Middle 50s mostly Cloudy and unseasonably warm monday with a 40 percent Chance of thunderstorms. Highs from the lower to Middle 70s has wins regional indians move to by Scott Underwood he sports writer Anderson High school making optimum use of its advantage in quickness and familiarity with the wigwam captured the Anderson regional championship saturday by defeating a Pahang in the afternoon round 94-46 and Western in the finals 85-89. In so doing Norm held a tribe conjured images of the last Anderson state championship team which captured the Crown in 1948. The indians who improve to 18-7, will play East Chicago regional Winner Gary Roosevelt saturday in the second afternoon game of the Lafayette sem state. If has defeats Roosevelt the indians will play the Winner of the other first round game Between Lebanon and Lafayette Jeff for a berth in the state finals at the Hoosier dome. Former or. Basketball John Wilson a member of the �?T48 team was among the near capacity crowd fit snuggle into the wigwam saturday night the tournament charge of this years tribe has impressed Wilson. A i think compared to what we had they Are a Little better team a Wilson said. A they have More depth and they shoot Semi state play inc Dently Wilson mentioned that the �?T48 team like this years has squad struggled near the end of the season and Semi state tickets tickets for the Semi state basketball tournament at Lafayette May be ordered or purchased As follows monday following must order tickets by 3 . 1. Parents of players and cheerleaders. 2. Has basketball coaches. 3. All faculty and staff members of has North Side Middle school elementary and administration entitled to order tickets before the draw. Orders will be filled monday night. Tuesday student season ticket holders Sale. Wednesday drawing for has season ticket holders. Coupons must be brought to has Between 7 . And 8 . Drawing will be at 7 . A a finished its regular schedule at 13-7. The �?T89-90 indians too completed the regular season with is wins. See regional Page a-8 Indian Mascot Chris Ferguson prepares to bring his Tomahawk Down As has makes a free throw. Photo by John Cleary Foo fast youth starve for worlds hungry by Rebecca Snelling he staff writer at least 20 teen agers and 12 adults plan to starve themselves for 24 hours March 18-17. They Are participants in the St. Mary a Catholic youth organization Foo fast the purpose of the event is to raise Money for the worlds hungry As Well As experience hunger firsthand. According to one of the organizers and adult co youth minister Mary Rhoten pledges will be taken and the group Hopes to raise $2,000 this year. During the first year 1988, the tasters collected $1,200 in donations and last year $300 to $400, she added. Money raised will be sent to the Catholic Relief services which is the overseas Relief and development Agency of the . Catholic Church. The Foo fast will kick off Friday after the groups 5 . A sacrificial meal of soup and crackers in the Church cafeteria. The entire Parish is invited to attend the meal Rhoten said. Then the teens and adults will participate in various consciousness raising activities such As playing the Grain Drain Board game through which the players use trial and error to a try to get food to people in their they also will watch films about starving and homeless people worldwide. On saturday at 2 ., Steve Mcclung is scheduled to speak to the group about habitat for humanity. It is a nationwide organization which has formed a chapter locally that helps provide Homes for the needy. See front line Page a-8 Quot a i Karmin Kemp. Jerry Haven. Katie boots Renee Rhoten participate in Foo fast

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