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Grandview Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Grandview, Texas Am Southwest i 2627 e. Yandeitdurmifhin5 3so/ teas 79903 Texas press association Tab full vol. 94 no. 35 Grandview Johnson count Texas april 6, 1990 25 per copy Grandview police report newsstand Price 25<p Between March 27th and april 2nd the Grandview police department issued nine citations and made two arrests. On March 27th at 7 00 . A Cpd received an alarm Call at the Grandview High school. A Check with the school officials revealed that the alarm system had malfunctioned. On March 28th at 1 20 . One suspect was arrested on reckless damages charges. Suspect was placed into the Johnson county Leo. On m 12 10 was arrested on drive in while intoxicated charged and transported to the Johnson county lec. On March 29th at 6 20 . A Cpd received an alarm Call at the Grandview High school. Officers checked the building and found no cause for the alarm. On March 30th at 7 00 . A Cpd received an alarm Call at the Grandview High school. A Check with the is offi Arch 29th at . One suspect vials revealed that the alarm had malfunctioned. On april 1st at 11 48 . A Cpd received a report of a disturbance in the 500 Block of s. 3rd. Officers checked the area but found no disturbance. On april 1st at 2 20 . A Cpd and a Mfd received a report of an injured Man at 200 front St. According to the report the victim indent fied As Rusty Pope of Desota Texas was loading a John Deere tractor onto a flatbed trailer. The tractor apparently flipped Over and trapped Pope under it. Pope was rescued by a Mfd and transported to Huguley Hospital. On april 1st at 3 20 . A Cpd responded to a two car minor Accident in the too Block of Pecan St. According to police reports Jaffe Turner of Grandview was travelling westbound on Pecan St. When he struck the rear of another vehicle. No injuries were reported. On april 2nd at 10 53 . A Cpd responded the ? Baptist Church. Officers arrived and checked the Church with the Church officials. It was determined that the alarm was malfunctioning. On april 2nd at 12 50 . A Cpd responded to a two car minor Acci Dent on the northbound Lane of traffic on 1-35 at the 16 mile Marker. Texas Highway patrol worked the Accident. No injuries were reported on april 2nd at 5 00 . A Cpd responded not major Accident on or 105 South of or 201a officers arrived on the scene and found a head on collision involving by. . Hughes of Grandview and mrs. S. Clements of Grandview. Mrs. Clements and her children were transported to Walls regional Hospital by Grandview Ems. It. Hughes was not injured since injuries and a state vehicle were involved it. Hughes requested that the Texas Highway patrol investigate the Accident. Fac to present easter musical first Baptist Church of Grandview will be performing the easter musical Quot Jesus shall reign Quot for the Community of Grandview sunday april 8, 1990 at 11 0b a in. Mrs. Paula Christian will be directing. Quot Jesus shall reign Quot is a triumphant musical proclamation of the lordship of Jesus Christ for every age and to every nation. Using a Rich variety of music As Well As narration and spoken affirmations by choir and congregation the musical looks at the reign of Jesus from several perspectives i. As a fact that preceded history As an historical 2. Of two thousand nursing Home news Here we Are with Spring just breaking out All Over. De has had the Mower going most of the Day and the grounds Are looking great. V mrs. Hallie Hicks has had her daughter Deanne Medford and her husband visiting for the Day from fort Worth. Mrs. Lizzie Laird had her daughter Oleta Rogers visiting with her on monday. We have decided that Marvin cannot go on another vacation. She has t been the same since she came Back. The residents Are still enjoying their meals in the sunroom. We Are Busy trying to think to different things to Cook. Thanks to Rose Lee we now have a recipe for cabbage Patch Stew. We Are saddened by the death of Lodell Young. Our thoughts and prayers will be with Bob and the family. Things Are looking Bright As we decorate for easter. If anyone has any hats that we might borrow for our easter Parade please bring them by Ellen s office. Our ladies Are looking Forward to this. Thanks to Margaret Reynolds and Helen Cansler we have gotten some in already everyone is having a Ball looking at the hats of yesteryear. The residents really look Forward to these special occasions and we appreciate All who Are Able to help us. Visit soon. Until next time. Of a Erer Quot a Moore Grant Rice. Coach Billy Bentz Jay Moore cores Hoskins and Cody Darby. In Young men Wilf play in the District govt ramen on Ril Zebra Golf team places fourth v th3irsday� March 29th the Grandview Golf team played in an invitational tournament. They blamed on a course they had never played and came in fourth out of fourteen teams. Coach Bentz said Quot they played Well on a Tough teams finishing ahead fact years ago 3. As a fact of importance to the world today and 4. As a fact which must be accepted or rejected within the heart of every person. One of the Central themes of the musical is that the least shall be the greatest in the kingdom that to reign with Jesus one must become a servant. All Are cordially invited. Ann Richards to visit c Leburne thursday april 5, 1990 Texas democratic Gubana orial candidate state treasurer Ann Richards will visit Cleburne from 5 15 . To 6 30 . At the Cleburne senior citizen s Center 301 w. Henderson Cleburne Texas. Is. Richards faces attorney general Jim Mattox in the april 10th democratic run Oft. The Public is invited to meet and talk with is. Richards. For information Contact county coordinator Teresa Smith at 641-4009 or 641-5581 Nancy Tibbets at 866 3559 or sue Bouchillon at 295-3500. Democratic polling places announced the Johnson county democratic party and or. Bob Craft chairman Are pleased to announce that All voting boxes will be open for the tuesday april 10th run off election. All boxes will be open from 7 00 . To 7 00 . If you have any questions concerning the voting procedures or need a ride to your voting Box please Call Bob Craft or Betty Willis at 641-4009. All voters listed in Box 26 will cast their vote at Grandview City Hall. Box 27 voters will go to Grandview Community Center. s a Rural route Carrier for Grandview Post local mail Carrier does More than deliver mail in times of rising fees in both the Public and private sector sometimes an individual s dedication and contributions Are overlooked. For that reason we want to recognize the outstanding service of James Kemp substitute Rural mail Carrier on it. I Grandview. Every Day James hand delivers mail to an elderly lady because of her poor health. Two weeks ago As James was arriving with her mail she dropped an object on the Gas line that connects to her space Heater. The Gas line broke and was in flames As James arrived. He turned Oft the Gas extinguished the flames and stayed with the lady Long enough to ensure that she was Calm. After route he installed a finishing h ii returned Anc new Gas line Gas line going above Ana Beyon the Job description i not unusual for him this is just one example of the unrecognized contributions of James Kemp. County court at Law March report of Grandview were Brewer with 328, Weatherford with 331, Lake Worth with 375 and Grandview with 381. Two teams from District 13-aa were there and they finished Well behind Grandview. Corey Hoskins shot a 91, Jay Moore 92, Jeremy Moore 97 and Grant Rice ii. Cody Darby is the fifth player on the team. The zebras have a Young team that will get better. There were two medallist and they shot 75 and 81. The District meet is scheduled for april 9th in Cleburne. Grandview rotary participates in Texas trash off go a to sponsor softball tournament Grandview baseball association will be having a coed softball tournament. Saturday april 21, 1990 for a fund Raiser. We need 5 local teams to play in the Tourne Ryf it amp As you drive through Texas in alot of towns there Are signs telling who is responsible for cleaning two Miles of the Texas highways. On saturday March i St the Grandview rotary club participated in the great Texas trash off. They were responsible for two Miles or farm Road 4 beginning at the Railroad in Grandview and ending two Miles West. Or. Larry Smith was clean up coordinator for the local rotary. Larry had fifteen volunteers to help on the cleanup. Larry said Quot there Are nine other states joining Texas in the great american Hospital admitting personnel week it regional hns Nir a Hyrc Walls regional Hospital is joining hospitals across the country in observing National Hospital admitting personnel week april 2-8, 1990. Walls regional Hospital s special activities will recognize the contributions of the admitting staff and their role As Goodwill ambassadors for the Hospital. Refreshments were served in the main lobby in front of the admissions at 2 00 . Until j3.m. On wednesday Steve Porter administrator of Walls regional Hospital commented Quot All of us Are proud area 4 00 april i of the exemplary efforts gut Forth by our admitting department staff. They Are such an important part of our Hospit because of their ability to treat our in a caring Anc efficient manner during the admitting entry fee will be $75. Per team. Each team must have five men and five women at All times. Of you Are interested please Call Janet Smith at 866-3316. Deadline will be april 16, 1990. Fuff news the ladies auxiliary will hold their meeting monday april 9th at 7 30 . At the fire Hall. If anyone is interested please join us. Any Young ladies from the Ages of 5 18 who Are interested in the Queen or Princess contest Contact Tammy Moore at 8662573 by april 25th. Remember project Teddy Bear. The county court at Law presided Over by judge Tommy Altaras. Arraigned 233 criminal Misdemeanour cases brought in additional 235 criminal Misdemeanour cases to pre trial and arraigned 253 traffic appeals for the month of March. Five defendants were called to jury trial and fifty one defendants for non jury trial. A total amount of 777 cases were called to court. The total amount assessed and levied for criminal Misdemeanour fines court costs traffic fines and restitution was $60,033.84. The criminal Misdemeanour fines and court costs was $37,074.50 the amount of traffic fines and court costs was $1 1,841.50 and the amount of restitution was $11,117.84. The following received sentencing for the month of March at Johnson county Law enforcement Center Grover Smith 3 weekends for theft David Sullivan 5 weekends for driving while intoxicated David Mearle Davy or. 40 Days for theft Robin Finstra 6 months for burglary of a Coin operated machine Tony Gregory 3 weekends for theft Johnny Joe Thompson 50 Days for driving while intoxicated and revocation of probation John Paul Culbertson for revocation of probation Alan Howell to Days for driving with License suspended Eugenio Gonzales or. Driving with License suspended and failure to identify Edward Rivers 40 Days for driving with License suspended Chad Mots Chen Bacher 60 Days for 3 counts of theft Donovan Robles to Days for criminal trespass Larry Mason 90 Days for driving while intoxicated Michael Shawn Jones 90 Days for evading arrest and reckless driving Stephen Bruton 2 weekends for 2 counts of burglary of a Coin operated Quot machine Jose Garcia to weekends for driving while intoxicated Joe Flowers 2 weekends for driving while intoxicated Johnny Reed 45 Days for cruelty to animals Jackie Warren 3 weekends for driving with License suspended Alvin Hughes 3 weekends for driving with License suspended Larry Dean Schulte 3 weekends for driving with License suspended Chris Mccanlies i weekend for driving while intoxicated James Stewart Crider 22 Days for driving while intoxicated Steven Gregory 3 weekends for Possession of marijuana Charles d. Jessup or. 5 Days for no insurance Marlin Whitehead 5 weekends for driving while intoxicated Andrew Tovar 3 weekends for driving with License suspended Linda Ann Pena 2 weekends for theft. The following cases were disposed of 35 driving while intoxicated 19 driving with License suspended i simple assault 3 theft by worthless checks 7 Possession of marijuana 3 burglary of Coin operated machine 1 violation of Texas insurance code 2 resisting arrest 2 reckless driving 2 evading arrest i failure to report child abuse i criminal trespass i Public intoxication 2 failure to identify 47 speeding 17 no insurance 28 other traffic related offences and i special sentencing hearing

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