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June 26, 1984

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

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Tuesday, June 26, 1984 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana City/County Cass Architecture Program Presented Examples of Cass County architecture were shown Monday night by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana. The slide presentation in McHale auditorium featured architecture of historic local homes and commercial buildings. It preceded the presentation of copies of a 110-page booklet on Cass architecture to six public officials. J. Reid Williamson, Jr., Indianapolis, president of the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, presented booklets to Mayor John Davis, County Commissioners Joe Long, Roger Ide and Sam Edson, County Council President Merlyn Raikes and Sheriff Gene Powlen. The booklets, being sold by the Cass County Historical Society for $5, contain pictures of the Cass buildings representative of various types of architecture. They also contain maps showing where the buildings are located, designations of various historic areas in the city and county, and a history of the county written by Robert Julian, a Logansport teacher. The $30,000 cost of the survey of Cass buildings was shared equally by the Historic Landmarks Foundation and by the National Preservation Fund, a division of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Area Residents Named To Ivy Tech Dean's List Tom Amiot/Pharos Tribune Shirley Detrick of Cass Historical Society sells, copy of Historic Sites Inventory to Armena Rangel at McHale KOKOMO — Ivy Tech students have been named to the school's spring quarter dean's list. Logansport students included are: Dennis J. Artrip, Albert J. Busard, L.D. Conrad, Heide J. Hinkle, Jeffrey T. Pashak, Jeffery S. Baker, Scott C. Brady, William G. Hardesty, Rebecca R. Harris, Dikki D. Hartle, Phillip L. Heckathorn, Jan K. Hinkle, David E. Hughes, Virginia A. Kasch, Kirk E. Reeves, Daniel A. Rudolph, Brian D. Schlabach, David P. Swan, Marcia L. Thompson and Shelly L. Kistler. Peru residents on the list are: Kenneth E. Nordman, Virgil E. Alwine, Larry E. Easterday, Benoni 0. Ellis, James E. Meyer, Linda J. Peconga, Kimberly S. Russell, Roger L. Brown, Karen L. Denham, Beryl R. Geer, Patricia E. Hoagland, John P. Kennedy, William D. McDougle, Gregory V. Meeks, Brenda K. Robertson, Ralph E. Scherer and Sharon R. Whiteside. Others are: Kenneth G. Back, Star City; David J. Baker, Burlington; Larry D. Fisher, Sherman R. Fisher, Carl L. Wade, John R. Welch, Harold E. Zigler and Samuel M. Sellers, all of Bunker Hill; James E. Henry and Joan M. Jump, Walton; and Jeffrey E. Kamp and Clifford J. Woodward, Rochester. Also, Mike J. Sadler, Kewanna, Russell R. Schaub, Joann C. Convin, Robert L. Giltner and Virginia A. Troup, all of Grissom AFB; Albert W. Straw, Laura M. Wheeler and Michael D. Young, all of Winamac; and James G. Wallace, Camden. Robert P. Bleicher, Buffalo; Darlene J. Godfrey, Mexico; Timothy A. Neff, Royal Center; William J. Pratt, Denver; and Jeffrey E. Shaffer, Burrows. OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK CORRAL CARD DECORATIVE PINE BARK 2 ; $ 5°° CAREFREE 4 INCH POTTED GERANIUMS EN SHOP CD. FT. CANADIAN SPAGHNUM PEAT MOSS $249 >EE CLOS ALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES PRICE iOUT SA ANNUAL FLOWERS OR VEGETABLES FIAT $999 8 TRAYS £• HOME OF COURTEOUS ONE STOP SERVICE •CHECKS CASHED »CARRrOUT •POSTAGE STAMPS • MONEY ORDERS • PAY UTILITIES &TVCABIE FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF $i IB. ALL SIZES EMGE CHIEF WIENERS L PORK CHOPS OR'/4 PORK LOINS '•28 COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS 38 LEAN TENDER RIB STEAKS DELICIOUS T-BONE STEAKS TENDER 69 CUBE STEAKS EMGE 89 LUNCH MEATS GROCERY - usda choice IB. EXTRA LEAN PORK STEAK CORRAL STYLE BULK SAUSAGE IB FROZEN 18 EKCRICH BEEF or CHEESE FRANKS BONELESS CHUCK ROAST IB. DAIRY CHESTY POTATO CHIPS ,-B ROYAL y OAK L CHARCOAL BIRDSEYE COOL WHIP i TOPPING ? UB BEST-EVER VALU VANILLA CREAM BEST-EVER BUTTER MILK BEST-EVER 48 I FRUITs DRINKS Hillis, Quayle Study '85 Defense Spending WASHINGTON — Congressman Elwood Hillis is serving on the House-Senate Conference Committee that began work Monday on the 1985 Defense Authorization Act. The committee consists of 14 House members and 18 Senate members, including Sen. Dan Quayle of Indiana. The committee will attempt to reconcile the differences between the House and Senate versions of the defense package before Congress breaks for a three-week recess June 29. The House authorized $207 billion and the Senate approved $291 billion in defense spending for fiscal year 1985. One of the major differences between the two bills involves the deployment of the MX missile. The House authorized 15 of the missiles but voted to withhold the money until April 1, 1985. It would be spent only if the President determines the Soviets are not making serious efforts to control strategic weapons. The Senate version calls for the construction of 21 missiles without conditions. President Reagan had asked for 40 missiles. The Senate bill calls for a 4 percent military pay raise. The House calls for 3.5 percent. The two houses also differ on the appropriate number of sea-launched nuclear cruise missiles to be built next year and the amount to be spent on research of the so-called "Star Wars" defense. Two Workshops Set On Financial Aid KOKOMO — Two workshops on the availability of financial aid for college will be sponsored this week by Indiana Vocational Technical College. The workshops, open to the public, will be at 7 p.m. Thursday and at 3 p.m. Friday at the main campus, 1815 E. Morgan St., Kokomo. The workshops will include information on the various types of financial aid available and how to apply for the aid. Charles Orem, Ivy Tech director of student services, said it takes six to eight weeks for the federal financial aid applications to be processed and approved "which means those applications must be sent in now if students are interested in aid for the fall." PRODUCE EXTRA LARGE TEXAS SWEET CANTALOUPES FROZEN MIX OR MATCH GREEN PEPPERS, CUCUMBERS, GREEN ONIONS WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPES FOX DELUXE ALL VARIETIES DAIRY COUNTRY LITE soz « I E CRTN. YOGURT LAND 1 LB. PKG. LAKES MARGARINE Parks Department Sets Tennis Lessons Tennis lessons are being offered by the Logansport Parks and Recreation Department. Youth tennis lessons will be given at Riverside Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-10 a.m. The fee is $15. Adults and teen tennis lessons will be offered on Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. at Logansport High School. The fee is also $15. Anyone interested in the lessons should contact the Parks And Recreation Department at 7537388. Church Women Host Merritt Church Women United will host a guest speaker, Justine Merritt of Denver, Colo., at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the Salvation Army Chapel. Merritt will discuss ribbon segments that will be sewn together and placed around the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., in August, 1985. Following a luncheon at the Salvation Army, a "sew-in" will be held to make a ribbon segment. BEST-fVER ICE CREAM PAC DRUMSTICKS S Cass Bookmobile Route Wednesday: Nobleview Heights, 9:15 to 9:45 ^. a.m.; Lucerne, 10 a.m. to noon; Indian Creek Road -^ and CR 275N, 12:30 to 1 p.m.; Myers Lane, Inc., 1:15 to 1:45 p.m. ;Shiloh Church, 2 to 3 p.m.