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Page 2 Pharos-Tnbune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 15, 198,8 Henson Continued From Page 1 Superintendent David McKee were aware of his intentions, but the three decided to wait until after the basketball season's conclusion before making any announcement. "I had bascially made my decision coming into the year," Henson said this morning. "I had written my resignation before any of this (about the petition) came out." Henson's first team at Caston, in 1983-84, tied with Carroll for the Midwest Conference championship. The Comets won the title outright the following season, but have fallen on hard times the last, two years, School — Continued From Page 1 studied the elementary school situation, he felt it was imperative to use the new Columbia facility as much as possible even if it required the closing of an older building. Kain said he also noted that Franklin Elementary was overcrowded to the point that music and art rooms were used for regular classrooms. The proposal also calls for transferring 83 students, all of whom will be from the attendance areas formerly served by the McKinley, from Franklin to Columbia. The move would decrease Franklin's enrollment from 527 to 444 and free up two additional classrooms. Columbia's elementary enrollment would increase from 137 to 367, making Columbia a school with three classes for each grade from kindergarten through fifth grade. Students who live north of Northern Avenue, west of Mount Hope Cemetery to Dykeman Park, and east of Michigan Avenue to Chase Park would be transferred from Franklin to Columbia. All students in the old McKinley Elementary School district would be bused into Columbia. The proposal, Kain said, not oiiiy relieves overcrowding, but will create a three-section elementary school with two kindergarten classrooms, three Step-Up classrooms, and three Gifted and Talented classrooms. "The building will also provide special areas for art, music, physical education, library services and special education," Kain said. "The proposal does not re- Obituaries finishing 3-18 this past season, after a 3-2 start. Prior to coming to Caston, Henson was the assistant coach at North Miami High School for five years. Before that, he served five years as the head coach of L&M High School in Lyons, Ind. Henson added about the petition, which questioned his treatment of student-athletes and his tactics, "Those petitions were a day late and a dollar short." He also said there is a "long story" behind the petition, contending it primarily involved one family, but did not elaborate. Henson lives at Rt. 1, Macy, with his wife and their four children. Rueal B. Tate quire the transfer of the Franklin staff to Columbia, and provides familiar faces in the new building for students from the closed Longfellow building," Kain said. "All of the transferred students will be provided bus transportation to Columbia, and will continue to feed into Columbia Middle School." Kain said he met with Longfellow staff Monday afternoon about the proposal. "They accepted it and are looking forward to the transfer," Kain said. "Longfellow is fifty years old, and has just simply outlived its value as a school in today's environment." The board will review Kain's proposal and give its decision within the month. The board approved several recommendations for the Gifted and Talented program, all of which were proposed by director Dr. Lynn Erb, and presented to the board by Kain. In an attempt to provide greater opportunities for talented elementary students, Erb proposed housing the program at Columbia, involving fewer students in the program, increasing the time spent in pull-out classes from one half day to two half days, and adding additional staff. In other business, the board: •Approved additional appropriation of $50,000 from the Cumulative Building Fund to the Columbia Elementary/Middle School project for furniture and equipment. •Approved to employ ATEC Environmental Services, Indianapolis, to administer the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act asbestos inspection. Cass Bands Hold March Concert The Lewis Cass seventh and eighth grade bands and the symphonic band will have their March concert Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Lewis Cass Auditorium. Don Krug, junior high director, and Terry Collings, high school director, will direct the students. Tickets, available at the door, are $2 for adults and $1 for students. TODAY'S AGENDA THE CASS COUNTY PARK BOARD will meet at 7 p.m. in the Cass County Extension Office in the Cass County Government Building. THE BURLINGTON TOWN BOARD will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Town Hall. THE CARROLL SCHOOL BOARD will meet in regular session at 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY THE LOGANSPORT BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS AND SAFETY will meet at 8:30 a.m. in the office of Deputy Mayor Kenneth Smith. Winning Lottery Numbers SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) - Here are the winning numbers selected Monday in the Illinois State Lottery. DAILY GAME-0-4-2 PICK FOUR - 4-7-8-8 ESTIMATED LOTTO JACKPOT - $8 million ESTIMATED LOTTO 7 JACKPOT - $8 million (USPS 317-780) PHAROS-TRIBUNE Dally and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) $1.60 per week by carrier In all cities and towns; Prepayment In office 13 weeks—$20.80, 26 weeks—$41.60, 52 weeks—$83.20. $8.85 per month by motor roule: 3 months—$20.85, 6 months—$41.70, 1 year—$83.40. By mall In Indiana where no carrier or motor roule service maintained: 3 months—J29.25; 6 months—$51.75; 1 year~$90.00. By mall outside Indiana: 3 months—J32.25; 8 months—$57.25; 1 year—$105.50. All mail subscriptions payable In advance. 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MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION ALL DEPARTMENTS PHONE 219-722-5000 PERU — Rueal B. Tate, 84, of 701 E. Main St., died at 10:30 p.m. Monday in Dukes Memorial Hospital. He was born May 21, 1903, in Marion, 111., to Frank and Auta Hutcheson Tate. He was married June 15, 1924, in Chicago to Helen R. Latshaw, who survives. He was a retired operating engineer of heavy equipment. He was a member of the Lowell Masonic Lodge. Also surviving are two daughters, Betty Reichling, Peru, and Ruelene Smith, Parkersburg, W. Va.; a sister, Louella Payne, Blytheville, Ark.; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Five brothers and three sisters preceded in death. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home, with the Rev. George McCarty officiating. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park Cemetery, Cass County. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Peru Woman On Trial In Kansas For Murder TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - An Indiana woman and her hitchhiking companion killed a Columbia, Mo. man after he demanded sexual favors from the woman in exchange for a ride to California, a prosecutor said Monday. Sandra Hamilton, 21, of Peru, Ind., should be convicted of first-degree murder in the death of John R. Stacy, prosecutor Bill Ossmann said in opening arguments. "Ladies, when this case is finished, you will find for the first time in your life (that) you've been sitting face-to-face with a murderer," Ossmann told the 12-woman jury. Defense attorney Al Bandy warned the jurors not to form first impressions on the basis of Ossmann's statements. Bandy said Hamilton knows things about the case that are not known to investigators, but he refused to elaborate. Bandy said Stacy had know- ingly picked up the hitchhikers to use his car to gain sexual favors from Hamilton. "He used their poverty. He used their road-weariness," Bandy said. Hamilton is also charged with aggravated robbery in the June 27 death of Stacy in a Topeka hotel room. Her companion, James N. White, 20, of Peru, had been convicted earlier of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and aggravated robbery. He is to be sentenced Friday. Ossmann said Stacy met Hamilton and White at a Columbia restaurant on June 26. He bought them breakfast, let them shower and eat at his mobile home, took $300 from his bank account and set off with them for California. The three stopped in a Topeka hotel, where Stacy demanded sexual favors from Hamilton, Ossmann said. Lucille Breshears Lucille Breshears, 72, of 111 Unger St., died at 12:52 a.m. today in Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are pending at Fisher Funeral Chapel. Treva M. McCord DENVER — Treva M. McCord, 77, Rt. 1, Macy, died at 3 a.m.' Monday in her home. She was born Sept. 8, 1910, in Malinta, Ohio, to Leo and Margaret Stevens Latta. She was married Oct. 20, 1934, in Malinta, Ohio, to James R. McCord, who survives. She was a member of Macy United Methodist Church. She was a member of Macy Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, and past matron of the Swayzee Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. She was president of Macy's Mother's Club and a member of Alien Township Home Economics Club. Also surviving are a son, Xen Lee, Rigdon; her stepmother, Nellie Latta, Napoleon, Ohio; and three grandchildren. A half brother preceded in death. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in McCain Funeral Home, with the Rev. Katharine Lehman officiating. Burial will be in Thrailkill Cemetery, Swayzee. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home, where there will be an Eastern Star service at 8 p.m. Funeral Notices CARBONE PERU — Services for Artgeline R. Carbone, 71, of 79 Daniel St., will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Charles Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Chartes Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. DIVELEY DENVER — Services for Edgar Charles Dlveley, 82, Converse, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in McCain Funeral Home. Burial will be in Grass Creek Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. HARHELL FULTON — Services for Claude H. Harrell, 73, Fulton County, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Zimmerman Brothers Funeral Home. Burial, with military rites, will be in Fulton Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today and after 9 a.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. KRUEGEF) MONTICELLO - Services for Kenneth T. Krueger, 59, of 1313 Hallsdale Drive, will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church. Burial, with military rites, will be in Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. SLOCUM ST. PARIS, Ohio — Graveside services for Jeanette Alice Slocum, 81, a former resident of Logansport and Kokomo, will be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo. Richeson-Wickham and Atkins Funeral Homme, St. Paris, Ohio, is in charge of arrangements. Police Reports Monday 9:49 a.m. — Vandalism. Damage reported to the drive-up bank machine at Logansport Savings & Loan, 723 E. Broadway. Logansport Police Department investigated. 10:05 a.m. — Theft. Charles Gaumer, Rt. 1, reported $30 taken from a soft drink machine at 1828 E. Broadway. LPD. 12:20 p.m. — Theft. Lloyd Hudson, 510 W. Linden Ave., reported two speakers stolen from his vehicle. LPD. 1:16 p.m. — Vandalism. Wallace Mason, 1409 Erie Ave., reported .the left side of his vehicle scratched LPD. 2:10 p.m. — Recovered vehicle. Leo Spitznogle, Rt. 7, reported a vehicle abandoned on his property. Cass County Police Department investigated. 4.37 p.m. — Theft. Eddy Strasser, 605 Wheatland Ave., reported a bicycle and a battery charger stolen from his home. LPD. 10:49 p.m. — Vandalism. Ellen Sutton, 1317 North St., reported a rear view mirror broken on her vehicle. LPD. 11:40 p.m. — Arrest. Michael Rice, 24, Rt. 1, Kewanna, arrested on charge of driving while intoxicated. Royal Center Police Department investigated. 12:39 a.m. — Personal-injury accident, Ninth and North Street. Vehicle driven by John Quaglio, 34, 1611 E. Market St., struck two parked vehicles owned by Claude Baker, 826 North St. Quaglio complained of head pain. He was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated. LPD. 1:28 a.m. — Personal-injury accident, Ind. 18 and Cass County Road 400E. Van driven by Christopher Young, 21, Harleysville, Penn., failed to negotiate curve and rolled over 1Vz times..Five of six people in the van were thrown from the vehicle and injured. Young suffered head lacerations. Kelly Sweet, 19, Taylor University, suffered torn ligaments in the left knee; Beth Harrison, 18, Taylor, suffered a fractured tailbone; Michael Ball, 20, Taylor, suffered a dislocated hip, and Jill Edwards, 19, Taylor, suffered a possible broken nose. Young was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated and contributing to the delinquency of minors. The other passengers in the vehicle were charged with illegal consumption of alcohol. Sean Fair, 19, Racine, Wise., was the only passenger not injured. He was also cited for illegal consumption. Indiana State Police investigated, 2:04 a.m. — Theft. Owners of four vehicles parked near Keg N Stine, 714 Ninth St., reported windows on their vehicles broken and cassette tapes stolen. The victims were Darrell Pruitt, 219 12th St.; George. Shedeed, Grissom AFB; Gregory Griffith, 1929 George St., and Paul Howerton, Rogers Hall. LPD. Hospital Motes BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Allan Brown, Rt. 1, Whitestown, are the parents of a son, William Christopher, born March 1 in St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dold, Zionsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dague, Flora. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodges, Noblesville, and Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Margate, Fla. Logansport BIRTHS Steve and Kathleen Toothman, 169 N. Main St., Bunker Hill, are the parents of a daughter, Erika Rosheil, born Monday In Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are George and Sondra Barr, Rt. 5, Peru. Paternal grandparents are Russell and Bernita Toothman, Livingston, Ky. ADMITTED Elvin Baker, 1710 Jefferson St. Jesse Jones, 723 W. Broadway. Marian Thomas, Miller's Merry Manor. DISMISSED Marjorie Patterson, 625 Parkway Dr. Hazel Perry, 1106-19th St. Harley Piercy, 2026 Royal Center Pike. William Sexton, 12 E. Ottawa St. Cynthia Smith, Royal Center. Raymond Tabler, 308 E. Linden Ave. Shirley Zimmerman and daughter, Lucerne. Monticello DISMISSED Stephanie Hardesty, Idaville. Brenda Mattingly, Monon. Barbara Plunkett, Monticello. Peru BIRTHS Billy and Rana Hendrix, Amboy, are the parents of a son. Allen and Angirtette McDaniel, Bunker Hill, are the parents of a daughter. ADMITTED Leonard Fitzpatrick, 451 Van Buren Ave. Harriet Lewis, Miller's Merry Manor. Sheri Livesay, 170 E. Canal St. Nettie Miller, Miller's Merry Manor. Grace See, 116 E. Canal St. Fremont Waggoner, Denver. George Williams Sr., Amboy. DISMISSED Cassandra Ballard, Rochester. Margaret Biddle, Rt. 2. Tracy Bolinger and daughter, Greentown. Charles Brehmer, 416 E. Main St. Nicholas Butts, 470 W. Third St. Edith Enyart, 701 E. Main St. Donna Flores, 550 W. 10th St. Michael King Jr.,61'/2 S. Fremont St. James Maggart, 17 Center St. Carmen Miranda, Chicago. Donna Swihart and daughter, 269 E. Sixth St. Vivian Stevens, 249 Boulevard. N. Patricia Young, Rt. 1. Rochester ADMITTED Sarah Carlson, Deedsville. Pearl Joyce, Canterbury Manor Nursing Home. Helen Stickler, Elwood. Otto Gates, Argos. Edgar Schalliol, Rt. 7. DISMISSED Patti Burns and son, Rt. 5. Marie Burrough, Rt. 3. BenDaulton, Rt. 7. Lawrence Garland, Rt. 7. Patricia Jylland, Rochester Mobile Home Court. Anna McFarland, Rt. 1. Winamac ADMITTED Ida Freeman, Star City. Nancy French, Kewanna. Charles Johnson Jr., Winamac. Sandra Maughmer, Star City. HershelMoss, Burnettsville. .( Jenessa Stukofsky, Star City. Phyllis Turner, Winamac. GeorgeZakostelsky, North Judson. • DISMISSED I Mrs. John Alexander and daughter,^ Star City. s Opal Button, Winamac. Clinton Carmany, Winamac. ' Sandra Franscoviak, Logansport. I Cathrynrae Fritz, Knox. f; Edith Gunter, Royal Center. Betty Harris, Lafayette. ; Debbie Hopkins, Knox. Keith Mitchell, Winamac. Ralph Neeley, Francesville. Matthew Nicolas, Winamac. Markets Grain The midnnorning cash prices, at Indiana Grain, Logansport: Wheal(cash) no bid Wheal (July) 287V 2 unch Corn<Mtr.) LMVioffVi Com<Apr.) 1.95'AoffVt Com (Oct.-Nov) 1.98^ unch Be«ia(Mar.) 6.12 off 2 Beans (Apr.) 6.13 off 2 Beana (Sept.-Oct.) 6.25 off 2 PIK Certs Buying 102Vi percent Selling 104% percent Case County PCP 1.72 up 1 Gold Gold opened In London at a bid price of $440,80 a troy ounce, compared with late Monday's $441.00. At mid-morning today, the city's five major bullion dealers fixed a recommended price of $442.15. In Zurich, the bid price was $442.25, up from $441.50 late Monday. Earlier, In Hong Kong, gold fell $1.54 -to close at a bid $443.27. Sliver was quoted in London today at a bid price of $6.21 a troy ounce, down from Monday's $6.22. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market was little changed today In early trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 Industrials rose 0.16 point to 2,050.23 In the first half hour of trading. Walden— Continued From Page 1 "The trigger effect causes a person to react to a current violent situation coupled with the intensity of the last violent incident," Taylor said. "This causes a double or triple effect in the person's mind." Taylor testified that Vaughn suffered from his disorder most acutely when he heard the first shot on June 23 and also may have suffered some memory loss. Taylor further testified that, as with all domestic violence cases, there is a recipient of the violence and an abuser. The abuser, she said, has all the power, is possessive, threatens the recipient, and will often times isolate themselves from partner and family. The recipient, she said, adjusts to the violence in order to assimilate and survive. "Consequently, the violence escalates ; to where it is out of control and' lethal." > Taylor's testimony continued throughout the morning. Vaughn appeared in court today wearing a sport jacket and tie.

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