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Vital statistics A10 Tuesday, July 12,1994 Kokomo (Ind.) Tribune Obituaries Murder.... Donald R. Sandlin Jr. Sandlin BRINGHURST, Ind. — Donald R. Sandlin Jr., 23, Bringhurst R.R. 1, died at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 10,1994, at 500 South-400 East in a motorcycle accident in Carroll County. He was born Nov. 24, 1970, in Kokomo, to Donald R. and Vada L. (Sumner) Sandlin. He worked at Vincent Concrete Contracting in Kokomo. He was a 1989 graduate of Carroll High School and had lived in the Burlington area 20 years. Surviving are his parents of Bringhurst R.R. 1; two sisters, Donna D. Freant of Camden R.R. 1, and Millie C. Sandlin of Bringhurst R.R. 1; and grandparents, Bernice Sumner of Burlington, Green Eversole of Scuddy, Ky., and Lenora Sandlin of Anco, Ky. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Neptune Funeral Home at Burlington. Dan Butcher will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Lawn Cemetery at Flora. Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Billy Radabaugh Billy H. Radabaugh, 21, 318 S. Union St., died at 10:30 p.m. Saturday, July 9, 1994, in Howard Community Hospital. He was born Feb. 10, 1973, in Tipton, to Vivian K. Radabaugh and Billy H. Arnett. He worked at Kroger Co. on Reed Road and Kokomo Mall Cinemas. He was a 1993 graduate of Kokomo High School. Surviving are his mother of Kokomo; his father and stepmother, Billy H. and Tammy Arnett of, Kokomo; • '-;•'• brothers, Jeff' Radabaugh, Kenny Radabaugh, John W. Arnett, Brandon Arnett and William Cunningham, all of Kokomo; a sister, Amber Arnett of Kokomo; maternal grandparents, Marion E. and Violet L. Radabaugh of Kokomo and Doris Saling of Aptos, Calif.; paternal grandparents, Mary and Jesse Kohn of Kokomo; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Ellers Mortuary Webster Street Chapel. Jeff Harlow will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Radabaugh mortuary. Omer Lippold BUNKER HILL, Ind. — Omer C. Lippold, 85, Bunker Hill R.R. 1, died at 1 a.m. Monday, July 11, 1994, in Dukes Continuing Care in Peru. He was born Dec. 14, 1908, in Clay Township of Miami County, to George and Sarah Alice (Butt) Lippold. Sept. 3, 1933, he married Alice Ellars, who survives. He retired from farming after 44 years. A member of Loree Brethren Church since 1925, he had served as deacon, Sunday school secretary and treasurer and sang in the choir. A life resident of the Bunker Hill area, he was a 1926 graduate of Clay Township High School. Also surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Gene and Janet Lippold of Peru R.R. 2; a daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Stan Bennett of Bunker Hill R.R. 1; eight grandchildren, Rhonda McLaugnlin of Frankfort, Sharon Lippold of Tucson, Ariz., Rita Lippold of Noblesville, Susan Jones of Kokomo, Garry Lippold of Peru, Roger Lippold of Wabash, Jay Harmon of Ames, Iowa, and Mark Harmon of Bunker Hill; two stepgrandchil- dren; six great-grandchildren; and three stepgreat-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents; a brother, Edward; and a sister. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Loree Brethren Church. The Revs. James Thomas and Claude Stogsdill will officiate. Burial will be in Rankin Cemetery in Miami County. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Allen Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the church. Floyd L. Ward Floyd L. "Benny" Ward, 65, 235 Wickersham Drive E., died at 9 p.m. Sunday, July 10, 1994, in Baptist Regional ; Medical Center in Corbin, Ky. He was born Dec. 19, 1928, in Gary, to Walter Lewis and Lilly F. (Poff) Ward, .Dec.' 16; 1961, in Peru, he married Patsy R. Banter, who survives. ^ ,#' .....,-.„....•.,*,... He retired from Continental Steel Corp. as a machinist after 28 years of service. He served in the Army in; the Korean War. He was a member of Bethel Tabernacle Church of God. Also surviving are his mother of, Kokomo; two stepdaughters , and a son-in-law, Deborah K. and Donald Rowden of Sharpsville and Karen R. Ward Harmon of Kokomo; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Joanne and Kenneth Trent of Mexico, Angela R. Ward of Kokomo and Patricia L. and Arbie Stanfill of Williamsburg, Ky.; 11 grandchildren, Christina Smith, Jessica Harmon, Kasey Harmon*Ware, all of Kokomo, -Brenda, GrUbb of Windfall, : Regina T Rbjyden of Sharpsville; Windy ^ • ; Ward? Brandon Ward and Kehdra Trent/ all of Mexico, Kristopher Stanfill, Darrin Stanfill and Dustin Stanfill, all of Williamsburg; four great- grandchildren, Ashley Smith and Cassie Smith, both of Kokomo, Abby Grubb of Windfall and Krista Rowden of Sharpsville; sisters and brothers'in-law, Alma R. Hedger, Lettie Ward, Phyllis and Paul Burgher, Ann and Laurel Alexander, Carloyn and Dewayne Hines and LaDonna and Richard Taylor, all of Kokomo; two close friends, Elmer Collins of Plevna and Lloyd Langley of Kokomo; and several nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death were two brothers, a sister, his father and a stepson, Richard Harmon. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Ellers Mortuary Main Street Chapel. The Rev. David Cornelius will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary. Memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association or Cancer Society. Rachel J. Gillem FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Rachel Jeneva Gillem, 69/4141 Wenonah Lane, and formerly of Kokomo, died at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 10, 1994, in St. Joseph Hospital in Fort Wayne. She was born July 31, 1924, in Rogers, Texas, to Henry C. and Daisy Etta (Helbert) Bennett. Sept. 3, 1966, she married Ronald D. Gillem, who survives. She moved here from Kokomo in 1988. She was a homemaker. Also surviving are a son, Harold Brown of Atoka, Okla.; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces arid nephews. Preceding her in death were two; brothers, Melvin and ' Harold Bennett. , ; i Y Services will be at :;1 ; jp.m; Thursday in Sunset Memory- o:-Gardens Funeral Homeirfwiri' Kokomo. Rick Keck of Macedonia Christian Church will offi£J$j£/ Burial will be in Sunset Merr)i<bry Gardens Cemetery in Kokomo. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Theodore Stalter Theodore W. Stalter, 87, 2444 N. Armstrong St., died at 7:40 p.m. Monday, July 11,1994, in Howard Community Hospital- Arrangements are .pending at Ellers Mortuary Main Street Chapel. Charles T. Webb Charles T. Webb, 84, 908 E. Sycamore St., died at 5 p.m. Monday, July 11,1994, in Century Villa Health Care at Greentown. Arrangements are pending at Ferin & Shirley Mortuaries. Death notices William Thiesing CONVERSE, Ind. — William Irvin Thiesing, 49, 107 N. Washington St., died at 5:15 p.m. Saturday, July 9, 1994, in St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in McMullan Funeral Home at Westfield. Burial will be in Summit Lawn Cemetery at Westfield. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today at Needham- Storey Funeral Service at Marion. Calling also is scheduled from 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and from noon to service time Thursday at McMullans. Memorial contributions may be made to Sunnycrest United Methodist Church building fund, 1921 W. Bradford St., Marion, Ind. 46952 or to Gideons international. Funerals Mohler, Patricia A., services 10 a.m. Wednesday, Young-Nichols Funeral Home, Tipton. Shively, Helen L, services 10 a.m. Wednesday, Ellers Mortuary Main Street Chapel. Clouser, Arthur S., services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Gopher & Fesler Funeral Home, Elwood. Hollingsworth, Gladys B., services 2, p.m. Wednesday, New London Friends Cemetery. Welcher, Vera Campbell, services 3 p.m. Wednesday, Copher & Fesler Funeral Home, Elwood. Obituary information American flags like the one shown here that appear with some obituaries in the Kokomo Tribune signify that the deceased was a military service veteran. The Tribune . charges funeral homes for Obituaries and arrangements pending. The charges are "5 ; $80 for an obituary with a head**' ; artd-shburders picture, $75 for'an obituary without a picture and • -$15 for arrangements pending, „ Eckardt disrupts his sentencing PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Tonya Harding's would-be bodyguard would not go calmly to prison, disrupting His sentencing hearing .with demands for a psychologist, and a diatribe against the local'prosecutor". Shawn' Eckardt's 18-month sentence for his role in the clubbing of Nancy Kerrigan was determined more than two months ago when he agreed to plead guilty to racketeering, Continued from Page Al At that time, Radabaugh said "you don't have the guts to pull the trigger." Then Scott shot him from a few feet away, court records said. When asked why he shot him, Scott responded, "because he wouldn't stop," according to court records. After being shot once in the chest, Radabaugh walked up to Grume's apartment and knocked on the door. At the same time, Scott put the gun back into his car and went up to talk to Crume. Crume then called 911, as Radabaugh was now laying on the front step near the door of the apartment gasping for air. At that time, Scott began administering CPR, and was talking to a dispatcher on the telephone, just prior to the arrival of police and paramedics, court records said. The families of Short and Radabaugh expressed shock at the news of the shooting. When contacted by the Tribune, Short's older brother Jerry Short said, "Our family is very shocked by the news. It doesn't make any sense. He's never been in any trouble with the law before. We're just hoping it was self-defense." According to his brother, Scott has been employed at Chrysler Corp. for six years and is in the process of buying his own home. Radabaugh's mother, Kay Radabaugh, didn't know any details, but did say that her son was dating Crume for awhile and that they had broken up recently. She said her son had been employed at Kroger and the Kokomo Mall Cinema. "He's (Short) this," she said." life." ;oing to pay for ie took my son's News of record Dismissals Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Center Craig, Wesley, 2139 S. Road 300 East Apartment Dl Foster, Jabion, 1513 Pleasant Drive Gilvin, Clarence, 704 Tomahawk Blvd. Hoover, Rosemary, 2208 W. King St. Milburn, Martha, Windsor Estates Minglin, John, New Waverly Murray, Allen, 205 W. Elm St. Oakes, Kyle, Converse Pingleton, Susanna, 2517 Mill St. Reel, Frances, 1715 N. Bell St. Rethlake, Vernon, 1223 Morrison St. Richey, Kaylee, 1004 E. Wheeler St. Sears, Shirley, 2019 N. Jay St. Silvey, Courtney, 3437 N. Road 300 East Lottery update Silvey, Nathan, 3437 N. Road 300 East Sleeth, Harry, 808 W. Mulberry St. Snow, Edna, 921 S. Purdum St. Stanley, Lori, Bunker Hill R.R. 1 Stock, George, 1053 S. Calumet St. Stout, Elizabeth, 315 'A W. Markland Ave. Tague, Amber, Rossville Wilson, Lanie, 3569 N. Road 00 East-West Lot 116 Tipton County Memorial Hospital Dellinger, Carrie, Elwood Ferguson, Cynthea, 230 Third St. Gain, Marcia, Kokomo Harper, Thomas, Sharpsville R.R. 2 Kerr, Meagan, Atlanta Ragland, Dennis, Sheridan Ramos, Consuelo, Tipton R.R. 3 i Vautaw, Tammy, Elwood Lottery Hotline (900) 226-0277 95 cents per minute; . ' Touch-Tone telephone required • Indiana INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Monday in the Hoosier Lottery: Daily Three 7-7-6 Daily Four 7-5-6-4 Estimated Lotto Cash jackpot: $2.5 million Estimated Powerball jackpot: $20 million Michigan DETROIT (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Monday in the' Michigan State Lottery: Cash-5 5-14-21-24-26 , Wednesday's Michigan Lotto jack-' pot: $2 million : Ohio , CLEVELAND (AP) — Here are Monday night's Ohio Lottery selec-l tions: ; Buckeye 5 2-3-4-7-31 ,; The Super Lotto jackpot: ;J' $12 million "•, Illinois . LOyiSVlLLE, Ky. (AP) — Here are Monday's winning numbers selected by the Kentucky Lottery: Cash 5: 3-19-26-29-32 ' Estimated Kentucky Lotto jackpot: $1.4 million SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) — Here ar<| the winning numbers selectec| Monday in the Illinois State Lottery: ,, Little Lotto J 3-4-5-16-27 J Estimated Lotto jackpot « $12 million 5 Tonight Partly cloudy and warm tonight. Low in the mid to upper 60's. Wednesday Partly cloudy and warm with a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms. High in the mid to upper 80's. Thursday Wann with a diance of thunderstorms. Low in the 60's. High in the 80's. Friday Warm with a chance of thunderstorms. Low in the 60's. High in the 80's. Saturday Warm. Low in the ' 60's with a high in the 80's. South Bend 78/55 mm Fort Wayne 79 /53 Kokomo 81 / 59 Previous day's high and overnight low to 8 a.m. EST ., Partly Sunny c / ou( jfj, Cloudy Rain T-storms Ice Flurries Snow Sunrise Wed. 5:25 a.m. Sunset tonight 8:15 p.m. First quarter July 16 New moon July8 o Q Last quarter July 30 Full moon July 22 Almanac Normal high: 85 Normal low: 64 24 hr precip: none : .''•' Monthly precip: 1.62" Avg. monthly precip: 3.06" National weather for Tuesday, July 12,1994 Bands separate high temperature zones for the day. •108 -08 108 20s 308 40s SOs 60s 70s 80s 90s 1008 110s National temperatures Albuquerque 98 / 72 CD Anchorage 70 / 55 RN Atlanta 71 / 71 CD Atlantic City 82 / 60 CD Baltimore 84 / 67 CD Chicago 84 / 54 CD Cincinnati 83 / 59 CD Columbus 80 / 53 CD Miami Beach 88 Dallas 88 / 70 CD Minneapolis 82 Denver 85 / 63 CD New York 85 Detroit 79 /56CD Honolulu 89 /77 CL Kansas City 90 /7I CD Las Vegas 107/81 CL Los Angeles 80 / 64 CL Louisville 86 / 63 RN Memphis 87 / 74 CD Temperatures indicate previous day's high and overnight low to 8 ii.m. EST. Orlando 94 / 74 CD Philadelphia 86 / 67 CD Phoenix 109/ 84 CL Pittsburgh 79 / 52 CL St.Louis 88 / 68 CD Salt Lake 94 / 67 CL San Diego 76 / 66 CL /7I CD San Francisco 62 / 51 CL /8I RN Umpa 93/71 CD /64CD Wash. D.C. 86 / 69 CD Weather fronts: Stationary Low pressure High pressure Pressure: HI i* 14 QUESTION: Why should you buy hearing aids from an audlologist? ANSWER; lUnlogl audiologlsts, (heqrlng pare professionals), offer the a necessary for success with hearing aids. Your clinical au ' n^rlngrehabliitar ~' ' * ' , st should hqve at le ,and amaiter'i . „ , ,„ _ abllitatlon. plinlcgl audlologlsts are not trained merely to tell hearing aldi, but to provide a full range of hearing care services qnd give complete and accurate Information. You'll r/l4whtf»ehanasofJonWe5yer,M.A.,CCC'A. Jon Weaver has .been In the speech & audlology profession since I960, He received his bachelor's and master's degrees ID audlology from Ball State University. He 1$ certified by theAmerlean Speech-Language-Hearing Association and Is a fellow of the American Academy of Audlology, as well as other professional organizations, stqte and nation wide. Jpn Weaver AUDIOLOGY * HEARING AIDS, Inc. 402 S. Berkley Rd. Suite C Kokomo 457-4261 J. William Wright III, MP "Cpmplete Cor© for the Ear" George W. Hicks, MD