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Page 2 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 17, 1988 North Jailed Continued From Page 1 . authorization" setting up a clandestine private arms supply network. It also says the four conspired to defraud the government "by deceitfully exploiting for their own purposes and corrupting" the U.S. arms sales to Iran that were approved by President Reagan in an attempt to win release of American hostages in Lebanon. The U.S. government was cheated out of its rightful proceeds from the sale of $30 million dollars worth of weaponry to Iran, the indictment said. The government received only $12.2 million. All four defendants were charged with conspiracy, theft of government property and wire fraud, stemming from the diversion of arms-sale profits to the Contras to Swiss bank accounts controlled by Hakim and Secord. Together, these charges carry a maximum 25-year sentence and each oi the three counts has a potential fine of $250,000. The indictment raises the question of whether Reagan will issue pardons to those charged or convicted as a result of the Iran-Contra affair. Reagan, who has refused to rule out pardons for his former aides, "had no response" to the latest development in the scandal, said spokesman Martin Fitzwater. North, who was fired from his White House post in November 1986, was named in 16 counts. He also was charged with obstructing Attorney General Edwin Meese Ill's Nov. 21-23, 1986, investigation by making false statements and destroying National Security Council docu- Troops Continued From Page ments. Secord and Hakim were additionally charged with conspiring to pay North illegal gratuities by agreeing to set up a $200,000 Swiss bank account for the Marine officer's family and to pay for the installation of a security system at North's home in Great Falls, Va. North was accused of accepting the security system and pocketing $4,500 of $90,000 in travelers checks he received from a Contra leader to cover expenses of helping the rebels. The gratuities were offered to "encourage North to continue in his position" at the White House so Secord and Hakim "would continue to receive opportunities for substantial revenues and profits" from the arms sales, the indictment said. Secord and North agreed the "Enterprise" would keep most of the proceeds from the sale of TOW missiles to Iran in February 1986, the indictment said. Poindexter, a retired Navy rear admiral, also was charged with four counts of obstructing congressional inquiries and deleting National Security Council computer records shortly after the Iran-Contra affair unraveled in November 1986. Last week, another of Reagan's former national security advisers, Robert C. McFarlane, pleaded guilty to four misdemeanor charges of withholding information from Congress about the covert aid efforts. North also was charged with illegally using a tax-exempt foundation, the National Endowment for the Preservation of Liberty, to raise $3.2 million for the Contras. the NBC-TV "Today" show, said Nicaraguan forces battling the U.S.-backed Contras had reached the border with Honduras. "There's been a crossfire and there's been fighting alongside the border," he said, adding that "the operations have successfully beer, concluded and we don't plan to stay in the border region." Bendana said Nicaragua would fly reporters to the area later in the day. In addition, he said, "We've called for an OAS-UN mission to go to the site and let them establish what the facts are." "They can go and see for themselves," he said. "Don't take our word for it." From Capitol Hill, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., said, "I think it's an overreacton. I think the notion that there's a real invasion is just ridiculous." "I think it's a move the president may come to regret because the spectacle of American troops moving into Central America in convoy, flying down there, I think is going to remind the American people of why they don't want this," he said on the NBC-TV "Today" program. "It's an overreaction," said Senate Majority Leader Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., earlier. "The Sandinistas have crossed over the border before and gone back." Some members of Congress noted that the deployment came as the administration was mak- ing a renewed push for new aid for the Contras. But Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., interviewed on "CBS This Morning," said he doubted the events would not change lawmakers' positions. 'We're very evenly divided in the House and in the Congress on aid, and I don't see that fundamentally changing," he said.;.. For the Republicans, Sen. Larry Pressler of South Dakota said on NBC that, "as predicted, as soon as the moneys were taken away from the freedom fighters, Ortega invaded another country." Pressler said Nicaragua had become "expansionistic." Rep. Jack Fields, R-Texas, said, "I don't think the president really had an alternative." Announcing the deployment late Wednesday, presidential spokesman Marlin Fitzwater called the troops' movement "a measured response designed to show our staunch support to the democratic government of Honduras at a time when its territorial integrity is being violated by the Cuban- and Soviet- supported Sandinista army." He said it also was "a signal to the governments and peoples of Central America of the seriousness with which the United States government views the current situation in the region," Congressional leaders had been briefed by telephone late Wednesday. Fitzwater said upwards of 2,000 Sandinistas are. in Honduras. Winning Lottery Numbers SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) - Here are the winning numbers selected Wednesday in the Illinois State Lottery DAILY GAME —8-4-2 PICK FOUR-4-1-3-2 LOTTO 7 - 13-14-21-24-34-35-36 ESTIMATED LOTTO JACKPOT — $8 million ESTIMATED LOTTO 7 JACKPOT —$8 million (USPS 317-780) PHAROS-TRIBUNE Daily and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) $1.50 per week by carrier In all cities and towns; Prepayment In office 13 weeks—$20.80, 26 weeks—$41.60, 52 weeks—$83.JO. $6.95 per month by motor route: 3 nnonths~$20.85, 6 months—$41.70, 1 year-J83.40. By mall In Indiana where no carrier or motor roule service maintained: 3 months—$29.25; 6 months—$51.75; 1 year—$90.00. By mall outside Indiana: 3 months—$32.25; 6 months—$57.25; 1 year—$105.50. All mail subscriptions payable In advance. An adjustment will be made to the expiration date on a pro-rata basis tor subscribers who transler trom carrier or motor route delivery to mail delivery. No mall subscriptions where carrier or motor service Is maintained. On all subscriptions paid In advance publisher reserves the right to adjust tfte expiration date on a pro-rata basis In the event any Increase Is made In the price of the newspaper. Adjustments shall be made on the effective date ot any announced price Increase. Continued From Page 1 Kozlowski then ran out of the house, according to what the woman told Cain, and jumped into a white car that was waiting for him. The vehicle was found near another house half an hour later approximately three miles away from the woman's farm house. Cain said Kozlowski was spotted outside of the house, while Bilat remained in the vehicle. Both were apprehended at 12:30 p.m. "Bilat was in interrogation for three hours before he demanded a lawyer," Cain said. "Both of them speak very little English, but do know Polish." Police called on a White County resident who happened to speak Polish to interpret for them. The case is presently under investigation and Cain said his department is working closely with the Chicago Police Department. "They've checked their names, and the one phone number they were able to find leads to an apartment in Chicago full of gypsies, "Cain said. But that's not all, Cain said the white escape vehicle, a 1979 Chrysler with California license plates, is registered to a Romart Polanski. Obituaries Don Pollltt, Bus. Mgr. Bob Noren, Adv't. Mgr. J. M. Druck, Publisher Daniel A. Blom, Editor Allan Wilson, Circulation M(jr. Pharos established *^r f .~~'*5!*. Reporter established 1844 ®^^^^ • 1889 Journal established Tribune established 1849 N-5 1907 Logansport Press established 1921 Published by Logansport Newspapers, Inc., 517 East Broadway, Logansport, Indiana 46947. Second class poslage paid at Logansport, Indiana, under the act ol March 3,1897. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION ALL DEPARTMENTS PHONE 219-722-5000 Eugene 'Geno' Siracusa Betty J. Rogers MONTICELLO -=- Betty J. Rogers, 64, of 413 S. Illinois St., died at 11:02 a.m. Wednesday in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Lafayette. She had been ill three weeks. She was born Sept. 3, 1923, in Yeoman to Jess and Marie Bunnell Marquess. She was married Feb. 21, 1958, in Gary to Jim R. Rogers, who survives. She had lived in Monticello 26 years, coming from Cedar Lake and Gary. She was a member of Monticello Christian Church and White County Hospital Auxiliary. She had worked for several years with the Red Cross Blood Drive in White County. Also surviving are her stepfather, Grover B. Mulligan, Mon 1 ticello; two daughters, Nanette Freitag, Liverpool, N.Y., and Sandy Wilson, Philo, 111.; a brother, Charles G. Mulligan, Monticello; a sister, Audrey L. Smith, Monticello; and five grandchildren. A daughter preceded in death. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home, with the Rev. Donald Arterburn officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p^m. Friday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Hospital Notes John Morgan, Amboy. Donald Simpson, 208 W. Ninth St. Rochester ADMITTED Howard Eisenman, 1009 Jackson Blvd. Olivia Howard, North Judson. Nathan Rogers, Macy. Florence Whiteside, 325 Main St. DISMISSED Lavonne Bailey, Rt. 4, Betty Dugan, Rt. 6. Lillie Elliott, Tippecanoe. Ross Hackworth, Silver Lake. Chrystal Holloway, 1516 Madison St, Mildred Nolen, 718% Main St. KassandraShockey, 1401 Elm St. Winamac BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Carlson, Kewanna, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. John Schmicker, Star City, are the parents of a son. ADMITTED Thomas Thomas, Winamac. DISMISSED Mrs. Michael Atkins and son, Knox. Darlene Reagan, Culver. BIRTHS Tammy McGuire, 1007 Clifton Ave., is the parent of a daughter. ADMITTED Pauline Risser, 1329 Liberty St. Lucille Smith, Camden. Kenneth Walters, 105 Seybold St. DISMISSED Katy Conner, Peru. Charles Gaumer, Rt. 6, Jesse Jones, 723 W. Broadway. Mrs. Tim Rentschler and daughter, Rochester. Monticello DISMISSED Ronald Elliot, Monticello. Geneva Foster, Monticello. Peru ADMITTED William Hattery, Macy. David Manners, Peru. DISMISSED David Harding, 24 George St. Rana Hendrix and son, Amboy. Anginette McDaniel and daughter, Bunker Hill. Ida Mae Freeman Eugene "Geno" Siracusa, 67, of 306 North St., died at 2:45 a.m. today in Miller's Merry Manor. He was born Sept. 19,1920, in Logansport, to Charles A. and Anna O. Modicamore Siracusa. He retired from the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1958 and also had worked for the Cass County Sheriff's Department. He was a member of All Saints Catholic Church. Surviving are a daughter, Anna Maria Minnick, 320 Burlington Ave.; a son, Charles E., Kokomo; a sister, Jeanette Siracusa, 306 North St., and two grandchildren. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in All Saints Catholic Church, with the Rev. John Kinney officiating. Burial will in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Friday in Marocco Funeral Chapel, where the rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Clifford J. Woodard Sr. MEDARYVILLE — Services for Clifford J. Woodard Sr., 61, Medaryville, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Querry-Ulbricht Funeral Home, Francesville. He died at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in St. Anthony's Hospital, Michigan City. He was born July 13, 1926, in Nolton, Wis., to Samuel Jess and Jessie Wilkins Woodard. He was married Oct. 12, 1949, in Gary to Christine Allen, who survives. He had lived in Medaryville 40 years. Also surviving are three sons, Clifford Jr., Kenneth, and Cleatious, all of Medaryville; three daughters, Elizabeth A. Jeffrey, Wabash, Charlotte Salyer, Medaryville, and Vivian Mitchell, Dolph, Ark.; a brother, Cleatious, Ariz.; two sisters, Loretta Keriacos, Alabama, and IreneSoice, Arizona; and 16 grandchildren. The Revs. D. Fred Leader and Raymond Mackillop will officiate at the service. Burial will be in Whitepost Cemetery, Francesville. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. W1NAMAC - Services for Ida Mae Freeman, 76, Rt. 1, Star City, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in Frain Mortuary. She died at 12.-19 p.m. Tuesday inPulaski Memorial Hospital. She was born Jan. 30, 1912, in Watseka, 111., to William and May Haas Smedler. She was married Dec. 3, 1949, in Watseka, 111., to Charles W. Freeman, who survives. She lived in Pulaski County most of her life and retired from RCA inMonticello, She was a member of First Baptist Church, Winamac. Surviving are a granddaughter, Rebecca Gomez, and a grandson, James L. Stonebreaker, Jr., both of Denver, Colo. Two daughters and three sisters preceded in death. The Rev. Larsene Hall will officiate at the services. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery, Star City. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until the hour of service Saturday in the funeral home. Around Town Superior Court Michael Williams, 36, 925 W. Melbourne Ave,, lost his driving privileges for life after being convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicted and being a habitual traffic offender, both Class D felonies. He was sentenced to four years. He will serve 15 months on each count and had 33 months on each count suspended. Don E. Smith, 23, 306 Water St., was sentenced to five years with the Indiana Department of Corrections in connection with burglaries at Memorial Hospital and the Izaak Walton League, As part of a plea-bargain agreement, two Class C counts of burglary and two Class D felony counts of theft were dismissed. Lonnie Pope, 20, 609 Church St., Camden, was sentenced to five years after being convicted of forgery, a Class C felony. Pope had four years of the sentence suspended and was ordered to pay J300 in restitution to ' Jay SexTon,"52T 1 Montgomery St. Keffrey.Elpers! 33, 1224 Spear St., was fined .$50 and costs for driving while suspended. His driver's license was suspended 180 days. Anthony Titus, 21, 1010 North St., was fined $50 and costs for driving while intoxicated. His driver's license was suspended 90 days. The will of Verna Eikelberner was filed for probate. June Eikelberner is the executrix. The law firm of Michael and Stephenson represents the estate. The marriage of Kevin Berkshire and Debra Berkshire was dissolved. The marriage of Trisha Welton and Wayne Welton II was dissolved. The marriage of Lori Leffert and Clark Leffert was dissolved. Circuit Court A 14-year-old Logansport boy was placed in the Collett Home, Cayuga, until age 18 because two other institutions are full. A review hearing is scheduled Sept. 24. The marriage of Betty Starbuck and George Starbuck was dissolved. Marriage Licenses Albert Busard, 22, Rt. 1, and Wendy Blevins, 20, 100 Oak Tree Court. Police Reports Wednesday 10:32 a.m. — Property-damage accident, Ninth and East Market Street. Vehicles driven by Venna Flory, 71, Rt. 3, Delphi, and Phyllis Wicker, 55, 125 W. Roselawn Dr., collided. Logansport Police Department. 11:15 a.m. — Vandalism. Rock reportedly thrown .through window at Trinity Lutheran Church, 97 E. Market St. LPD. 1:45 p.m. — Hit and run. Robert Osborne, Lafayette, reported damage to the left front of his vehicle while the vehicle was parked at 314 Fifth St. LPD. 6 p.m. — Hit and run, Daniel Vladetich, 2602 Sunset Lane, reported damage to the left rear of his vehicle while the vehicle was parked atEastgate, LPD. 6:04 p.m. — Property-damage accident, West Linden Avenue and Plum Street. Vehicles driven by Christopher Wagley, 26, Rt. 2, Fairland, and Mary Pickering, 75, 355 W, Broadway, collided. LPD. 9 p.m. — Theft. Car parts reportedly stolen from Logan Compressed Steel, 18th Street. Logansport policeman A.J. Rozzi, while off duty, spotted vehicle parked at Compressed Steel. He followed vehicle to Riverside Park and then summoned uniformed officers. Arrested were Tracy Nilson, 21, Rt. 1, Twelve Mile, and George Chupp, 20, Rt. 3, Peru. Both are charged with theft. LPD, Fire Calls Wednesday 8:23 a.m. — Terry Parmeter and Rhonda Frandson residence. 111 W. Ottawa St. Interior wall of upstairs room damaged. Smoke and water damage in other areas of home. 12:02 p.m. — Josephine Baker residence, 1010 High St. Bed and interior wall in upstairs bedroom along with outer room and hallway. Smoke and water damage throughout home. 6:11 p.m. — John Wakeland residence, Johnson Mobile Homes. Overheated furnace motor. 6:36 p.m. — Memorial Hospital, Standby for Life Line Helicopter. Correction In Wednesday's Pulaski County edition, a outline on Page 6 incorrectly identified the mother of a girl who received a gift from Susan Bayh. The mother of Sara Loehmer is Janice Miller of Winamac, A story on the same page also indicates the Pulaski Fair Board is seeking permission to charge admission. The board is, in fact, asking the council for permission to stop charging admission and to be placed on the tax rolls. The Pharos-Tribune regrets the error. Markets Grain The midmorning cash prices, at Indiana Grain, Logansport; Wheat(cash) no bid Wheat (July) 2.B7V2up1Vz Corn (Mar.) 1.94'/2up1 Corn (Apr.} Corn (Oct.-Nov) .... Beans (Mar.) Beans (Apr.) Beans (Sept,-Oct.) . PIK Certs Buying 102% percent Selling 104Vi percent Cass County PCP 1.70otf2 .1.95V4up1 ,1.99ViupV! . .6,19up8'/i .. 6.20 up 8'/2 ,.6.31 up 7% Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - Stock prices rose in active trading early today, reflecting an initially favorable investor re- sponse to the government's report of a lower-tnan-expected January trade deficit. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 3.98 points to 2,088.30 by 10 a.m. on Wall Street. Advancing issues outnumbered losers by about' a 3-to-2 margin on the New York Stock Exchange, with 618 up, 390 down and 464 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 27.18 million shares after the first half hour. Although the trade deficit widened slightly in January to J12.4 billion from J12.2 billion In December, market economists had expected an even greater gap. The news therefore provided an optimistic tone to stock trading. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks rose 0.17 to 151,45. The American Stock Exchange's market value index rose 0.29 to 297.80. On Wednesday the Dow Jones industrial average rose 16.91 to 2,064.32. Advancing issues outnumbered declines by more than 5 to 3 on the NYSE, with 945 up, 540 down and 481 unchanged. Big Board volume totaled 153.59 million shares, against 133.17 million In the previous session. NEW YORK (AP) - Early prices for NYSE Hated most active stocks: AbtLab 48%+ * Alblsns »'A+ V, Alc«n« 29V4 + % AExps 261*+ 'A AmStd 76% + IVi AT4T 28V!- 'A AmesDp 15*+ ft AMP 53 » + » Anacmp 8* + Vk Anheus 32 + Vk ArcoCh 33 +1 Artstec 32V 2 + * Avon 23'A- V* BanTx n H + Vk BatlMts 16%- * BearSt 13V4 + K BethStl 22V4 + </z Bevrly 71* + Vk Bowalr 38* + ft BrlatMs «¥,- Vi BrwnFs 27V4 + Vt Brnwks 21*+ Vk Crt-teed 47*+ Vk Cnrvss 24*+ Vk Cltlcrp s 20 — V4 CocaCI 38H + Vi Compaq 53H+ Vk ConAgr 25%+ * Danhrs 12 + Vk DeltaAr 49Vk + * Disney 83* + Vi DowCh 86Vi + Vk Dresr 32'A + * duPont 88Vk + Vi DunBds 51V<+ 'A EKodk 3 431* + Vk Enron 36Vi + Vt Exxon s 43*- 1* FPLGp 30 + Vk FedNM 35Vk + Vk FedDSs 66 + Vi Firestn 62ft— '/< Fluor 18Vi + Vk Genetch 44 + V< GenEls 44 - * Gnlnst ,35'A + V4 GMot 73% GenRe s 50V4 + * GaPac 37% + «A Gillete s 38 + Vk GtWFns 13?i- Vk HirBrJ 8H + Vi HewlPk 64H- 'A HCA 30'A + Vk Human 24Vk + Vi

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