The Daily Journal from Franklin, Indiana on February 16, 1981 · Page 10
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Passenger hurt 1 in accident 3 An Indianapolis woman was z injured Saturday when the car 2 in which she was riding was 2 struck in the rear by another vehicle on U.S. 31 south of County Line Road, according to police. Dianne L Arbuckle, 33, complained of pain in her back and legs from the accident which occurred at 2:55 p.m. Saturday, according to ambulance reports. She was taken to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, where she was treated and released. Mrs. Arbuckle was in a car driven by her husband, Daniel, 34, that was stopped for traffic, according to reports. A car driven by Michael A. Fisher, 18, 1366 York St., Greenwood, hit the rear of their car when he saw traffic in another lane . begin to move, according to police reports. Driver released on $50 bond An Indianapolis man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol Saturday following a two-car collision on County Line Road west of U.S. 31, according to police. Henry L. Fields, 55, was charged at 8:05 p.m. Saturday after the car he was driving hit the rear of a car driven by John R. Day, 22, Mooresville, that was stopped for traffic, according to police. No injuries were reported. The accident occurred at 7:36 p.m. Fields was taken to the Johnson County jail where he was released on $50 cash bond. Charge made against driver An Indianapolis man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol Friday after a Greenwood man reported that someone driving a white Jeep hit his garage, according to police. Gregory A. Brownlee, 23, was stopped in the 300 block of South Meridian Street at 11:25 p.m. Friday while driving a 1980 white Jeep Renegade, according to police reports. A few minutes before Brownlee was stopped, Kenneth Taylor, 302 Academy St., reported that a white Jeep had hit his garage while turning around in his driveway, according to reports. Brownlee was taken to the Johnson County jail where he was released on (50 cash bond. Crime reports JOHNSON COUNTY Theft 1220 Woodcreek, White River Township: Bob Clancy, same address; reported a Motorola cassette tape player missing from a car parked in his driveway early Sunday morning. Hit and run 748 Ramblin Road, Carefree North, White River Township: ueorge b.. Dehn, same address; reported a vehicle damaged his mailbox, yard and tree, causing $100 damage. (FRANKLIN Vandalism 1220 E. Jefferson St.: Elisa Jacobs, same address; reported someone drove over a lamp post that stood beside her driveway. Theft Franklin College parking lot: Robert DePree, Plain-field; reported a radio and power booster were taken from his car Saturday night. 1473 Lochry Road: Ernest Bray, same address; reported a bicycle was taken from his back yard Sunday. GREENWOOD Theft Astro Bowl, 1010 U.S. 31S: Marlin Smith, 3858 Pineview Lane; reported the battery was . taken from his car. Greenwood City Building: Jeff Sipes, 464 W. Wiley St.; reported a pair of fire boots and pants were removed from his pickup truck. 327 W. Pearl St.: Sherman Sanders, same address; reported a portable color television was taken from his home. 1265 S. Madison Ave.: Gary Hendricks of Camera Hut; reported a 35mm camera with a lens was taken from the store. 309 Camby St. : Dave Taylor, same address; reported a case containing 24 cassette tapes was taken from his car. Vandalism 52 W. Pearl St.: Don Mcknight, same address; reported his van was splattered with eggs. Breaking and entering 1564 Peck St.: Tracy Wellenkamp, same address; reported her trailer was Police, fire ledger broken into, the interior ransacked and some items taken. 1974 Peck St : Bernice Jones, same address; reported her mobile home was broken into and several household items taken. Cat bites 700 block of Redbud Lane: Leslie Sherman, 754 Redbud Lane; reported her 6-year-old son was bitten by a neighborhood cat. JOhnSOn LOUntV jail bookings The following persons were booked into the Johnson County jail recently: Jeffrey Morrow, 22, 135 Woodland Drive, Whiteland; arrested by Indiana State Police on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol; released on $250 bond. Gregory Brownlee, 23, In-dianapoolis; arrested by Greenwood police on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol; released on $50 cash bond. Roger Young, 22, Nineveh route one; arrested by a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy on a public intoxication charge; released on $100 cash bond. Janice Dorris, 31, Indianapolis; arrested by Franklin police on a public intoxication charge; released on $100 bond. John R. Skaggs, 38, 300 W. Madison Ave., Franklin, arrested on a Johnson Circuit Court warrant charging him with contempt of court; held. Henry L Fields, 55, Indianapolis; arrested by Greenwood police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $50 cash bond. Chester E. Bond, 21, 630 Sweet-briar Drive, New Whiteland; arrested by New Whiteland police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $250 bond. Morris W. Coffey, 30, 5 Duane St, Franklin; arrested by Franklin police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $250 bond. Michael A. Birge, 21, Indianapolis; arrested by Indiana State Police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $250 bond. Dorthea Priddy, 42, Grain Coast Springs, Fla.; arrested by a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy on a driving while intoxicated charge; held under $250 bond. Rodney Hall, 24, Indianapolis; arrested by Greenwood police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $50 cash bond. James E. Snow, 30, Indianapolis; arrested by Franklin police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $250 cash bond. Michael A. Hunter, 25, Indianapolis; arrested by Greenwood police on charges of public intoxication and public indecency; released on $125 cash bond. George W. Weddle, 26, 206 S. Walnut St., Edinburgh; arrested by a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy on a public intoxication charge; released on $100 bond. Michael D. Hawblitzeh, 45, 206 S. Walnut St., Edinburgh; arrested by a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy on a public intoxication charge; released on $100 bond. Jerry G. Mohr, 25, Mooresville; arrested by Greenwood police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $50 cash bond. James T. Shirley, 30, Indianapolis; arrested by a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy on charges of disorderly conduct, battery on a police officer, public intoxication, resisting law enforcement and flee-. ing law enforcement; released on $1,700 bond. Michael J. Ellison, 33, Reynolds- burg, uhio; arrested by Franklin pJ ! drW,!g we bond. Elwood B. Chase, 53, Morgan- town; arrested by a Johnson Coun- ty Sheriff's deputy on a driving while intoxicated charge; released OGil I A VII flaw UVUU- Timothy E. Duncan, 21, Greenwood route four; arrested by Greenwood police on a driving while intoxicated charge; released on $250 bond. Ambulance runs EDINBURGH Sunday 3 a.m. County Roads 1200S and WOW, Timothy Riddle, 20, 110 N. Main St., and Sheila Keller, 17-, Taylorsville, injury; taken to Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. 10:22 p.m. 1-65, Linda Kiel, 38, Columbus route eight, injury; taken to Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. BARGERSVILLE Saturday 10:23 p.m. Victor P. Kanter, 39, 6530 Hornaday Drive, Bargersville, illness; treated at scene. FRANKLIN Saturday 12:54 a.m. 62 S. Edwards St.: Edward Mason, 59, same address; illness; taken to Johnson County Memorial Hospital. Sunday 12:39 a.m. Intersection oil King and Walnut streets: Tony Clem, 19, Morgantown route one; injury; refused treatment. 12:36 a.m. Intersection of King and Walnut streets: Beverly Sanders, 17, Franklin route one; injury; taken to Johnson County Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released. 7:48 a.m. Airport Road, just north of State Road 252: Todd R. Vandeman, Indianapolis; injury; taken to Johnson County Memorial Hospital. 1:22 p.m. - 1643 Lochry Road: Patti Campbell, 29, same address; illness; taken to Johnson County Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released. GREENWOOD Saturday :48 a.m. 1148 Standish Drive: Victor C. Brown, 46, same address; illness; taken to St. Francis Hospital Center, Beech Grove. 2:55 p.m. - U.S. 31 south of County Line Road: Dianne L. Arbuckle, 33, Indianapolis; injury; taken to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis. Monday 5:06 a.m. 43 S. Meridian St.: Eugene Luttrell, 51, same address; illness; taken to Johnson County Memorial Hospital. Property damage traffic accidents GREENWOOD Saturday 10:23 p.m. - Woodale Terrace: Donald R. Moore, 16, 402 Euclid Ave., Greenwood; parked car owned by Gary E. Vaal, Indianapolis. Sunday 4:28 p.m. Howard Road south of Webster Street: Robert V. Grillo, 17, Indianapolis; reported he lost control of his car when a red car pulled out in front of him from Webster Street. FRANKLIN Friday 10:30 p.m. Intersection of Jefferson and Jackson streets: Leslie K. App, 21, Franklin route three; Jack A. Thurston, 17, Franklin route three. 10:35 p.m. - 240 W. Jefferson St.: Judy Warren, 22, 259 Lynhurst St., Frankin; other vehicle left the scene. Couple injured on interstate A Columbus couple was injured Sunday night when their car was struck from behind by a semitrailer. The mishap occurred on southbound 1-65 north of Edinburgh, according to Indiana State Police. Linda K. Kiel, 38, Columbus route eight, was listed in fair condition today in Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus, with neck and back injuries The driver of the car, Charles W. Kiel, 41, was treated and released. According to a state police spokesman, the Kiels' Oldsmobile Cutlass was knock ed off the road at 9:45 p.m. by a truck driven by Delos O. Niles Sr., 48, Walkertown. Police said Niles' truck had just passed another vehicle when it cut back into the right lane and hit the car. Edinburgh ambulance personnel took Mr. and Mrs. Kiel to the hospital. Police said the accident is under investigation. . Man awakens . 1 On hlClhWQy: 3 ' . . VQ fl m I S S I PI Q W A California man had a rude awakening Sunday morning when he found himself lying on the side of U.S. 31 north of Edinburgh instead of sleeping in his van. Henry Stites, Newport Beach, Calif, told a Johnson County Sheriff's deputy he picked up two hitchhikers Saturday morning in Indianapolis in his 1975 Chevrolet van. The pair told Stites their car broke down in Tennessee, according to the report. Edinburgh police found Stites sleeping at 2:30 a.m. Sunday near the intersection of U.S. 31 and County Road 550S. His van was nowhere to be found. The victim said he could not recall when he had been dropped off. Stites was not injured. Housing codes being considered Codes setting minimum housing standards in Edinburgh will be studied by members of the plan commission at 7 p.m. tonight in the town ball. Legal wording for the new bousing codes that must meet federal and state regulations will be discussed. Town board members will discuss establishing an ordinance for the new standards at their March meeting. . -f , v: 'V -: v. ;-f l ' -ri . ' '-' 1 1 ' ' ; ' ' 1 safari ; ' Tr . V t ! tultakau Can he make it? Dan Cox of Franklin is not rushing to a fire, but he might be some day if he secures one of two vacant positions of the Franklin Fire Department. Cox, a former Franklin firefighter, is one of more than 90 applicants who demonstrated their agility Saturday at the Franklin Community Center. The applicants climbed ladders, towed fire hoses and tested air masks. The top 27 candidates will continue through the interviewing process. Job Corps offer training Youths interested in enrolling in a Job Corps program can meet with a corps representative between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Occupational Development Center, 150 S. Water St., Franklin. The training program, operated by the federal government through the U.S. Department of Labor, is open to men and women between the ages of 16 and 22. In addition to job training, those without a high school diploma can work toward a general equivalency diploma. Participants receive room and board, plus medical and dental care. Also, enrollees receive $40 a month which is placed in a savings account and is available to them upon training completion. Training centers are in Dayton, Geveland and Cincinnati, Ohio; Joliet and Galcon-da, 111.; Edinburgh, Ind., and Blackwell, Wise. Indiana fbwns to form roundtable Towns in a six county area of central Indiana will form an organization known as the Central Town Roundtable at a meeting to be held Thursday, Feb. 26 at Calloways, near Noblesville. Elected town board members and clerk-treasurers from 36 communities have been invited to attend. The business agenda of the 6:30 p.m. meeting includes a discussion of legislation which applies to Indiana town governments. Town roundtables have been developed with the assistance of the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns to enable officials to discuss common problems and goals. Representatives of towns in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Marion and Morgan counties are expected to attend the organizational meeting. Police arrest robbery suspect INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) -William G. Perry Jr., 20, Indianapolis, was charged this weekend in a Nov. 4, 1980, robbery that ended in the controversial shooting of his cousin. Perry was charged with robbery with a deadly weapon in the holdup of the city liquor store. Two other suspects were arrested a few days after the holdup. Perry's cousin, Michael N. Smith Jr., 15, Indianapolis, was shot by Patrolman Jeffrey L. Ritorto as the youth ran away following the robbery. The incident brought condemnation from members of the city's black community and prompted Mayor William Hudnut to establish a special committee to investigate the use of deadly force by policemen. SAVE WITH X M CONFIDENCE! IM mas POWER STREAK 78. 071 14 tlKkwall. V KM HI IUSJ177FETNO HADE NEEDED1 071 14 Fits Somi Modtls 01: Crntiii Hi'q.ll MaliOu Mi'va Voi.iT' Cutlass lenMns Cian Pin P,icpi 'Home! Girml'ii Aspen Clullcngm 7epftyi Monjicti Cornel Offer Ends Wed. Night imj MORE GREEN TAG SAVINGS! SIZE Tin SALE PRICE A7Bx13 Poly-Blk M.OO 1.54 A78xl3 Poly-Whit. J7.JO 154 BR78xl3 Stwl Rodl.-Wh. 44.00 1 89 C78x14 Poly-Whit M.OO 168 GR78xl4 StMl Rodl.-Wh. M.OO 2.75 FR78xl5 Vivo Rodl.-Blk. M.00 2 32 P20575R15 StMl Rodl.-Wh. 35.00 2.50 P2I575R15 StMl Rodl.-Wh. 9.00 2.64 Sale Ends Saturday Night! Lube, Oil Change. & Filter Includes up to INCLUDING Ouf 9 -point maintenance crc Transmission tluid Battery cable Power steering Air Filter Hud .Belts and hoses . Brake tluid DiHerential Battery waler level tevel Tire pressure Includes many imports and ligW !"is Please call tot appoinlmenl Reg 12 OFFER ENDS FEBRUARY 28. Just Say 'Charge If' Goodyear Revolving Charge Account Use any ol these other mays to buy Out Own Customer Credit Plan MasietCad Visa Amwican duress i,arie eiancne uineis Uiuo Cash Dally 7:30-fc00; Sot. 7:30-3.00 Greenwood to discuss Leeper, Service Merchandise claims A decision is expected tonight concerning the economic development bond controversy in which the city is currently embroiled. Council members are scheduled to meet in executive session prior to the meeting to discuss claims filed by Leeper Electric Co. and Service Mer Applications being accepted far senior citizen interns Congressman Dave Evans has announced he is accepting applications for the 1981 Congressional Senior Citizen Intern Program which is scheduled for the week of May 11. Any 6th District resident who is 60 years of age or older and involved in senior citizen activities can apply for the program. Applicants should be in good health since the program schedule can be strenuous and a lot of walking is required. Interns will attend committee hearings and seminars, and receive briefings from representatives of federal agencies on issues of primary concern to older Americans. They will also help with duties Dr. Edward F. Friel OPTOMETRIST 210 E. Harrlman Ave. at St. Rd. 144 "Professional Point" Bargersville Phone 422-5112 "LATEST IN EYE FASHIONS" Prescriptions Filled SOFT AND HARD CONTACT LENSES TIEMPO RADIAL Pint FET, Mtiato Ijmk, lit P16575R13 I r irtittwill. plus ftJ W $1 61 FET NO TRADE NEEDED P16575R13 Fits Some Models Ol: llaisnii. InyolJ BMW M,vil,1 I Ml Audi Offer Ends Wed. Night RAIN CHECK - we sell oui live Quails maioi tuand 10W30 oil GOODYEAR GREENWOOD PARK (Between chandise. A similar session was held Saturday. The deadline for responding to the Leeper claim of $500,000 is Friday. A response to Service Merchandise's $600,000 claim must be made by next month. Executive sessions are closed to the public. in Evans' office. A small stipend will be provided to cover the expense of the trip. Those interested in serving as interns should send a letter of application listing their involvement in senior citizen activities and explaining how they would share the information obtained during the internship with other senior citizens in their communities. Letters of recommendation also are welcomed but not required. Evans noted that all applications should be sent to his district office before April 1 when the intern selection must be made. Evans' mailing address is Indianapolis International Airport, 4th Floor Administration Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 46241. R3j$lW) CUSHION BELT POLYGLAS. F7 14 arklliMill. plus $228 FET NO TRAOE NEEDED1 F7S 14 Fits Some MMils 01: Mil, mm Hi ij.ii C.lin.iin Asih'ii W,oii r.r .iii.ii Li I II) Sl'll,1ll M.hijijin ()nii'i,l Vnl.ire WjlJOFI Offer Ends Wed. Night 45 RIB HI MILER. 7.00-15 TT llxk-will, Lfi C. plus X2 77 FET NO TRAOE NEEDED' Strnnq bnnst' 'f sisUnt nylon cot d body rtui.ibii Itvo nb iftMd D'.IS-ply construction Offer Ends Wed. Night H.iltl.l TllllM!tl of youf size we will issue you a ram check assuring Transmission 2!2) Reg S3S Additional parts services extra needed . w HMM'UdUie ' cars, some imports OFFER Sears & Lazarus) In other business, the council is expected to review a request from the William H. Block Co. for development bonds to aid construction of its Greenwood Park Mall facility. The request was tabled at the council s Feb. 2 meeting. Council members also will consider an ordinance dealing with inspection, repair or removal of unsafe buildings. An ordinance to protect police department dogs is scheduled for a second reading. The third reading of an ordinance to approve rezoning the York Farm property has been postponed until March because advertising requirements have not been met. The city's finance committee is scheduled to meet following the council meeting to decide which banks will be used to deposit city money. 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