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Page 22 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 17, 1988 National Report Mecham Takes Stand At His Impeachment Trial PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — Senators stood in respect as Gov. Evan Mecham arrived for the first time«t his impeachment trial to testify that he didn't cover up a death threat and did not sell appointments for campaign contributions. Mecham told the Arizona Senate on Wednesday that his trust in some aides was "a trust misplaced" and that he also had "big trouble" in relations with state Attorney General Bob Corbin, a fellow Republican. The 63-year-old first-term governor, who said his 1986 campaign theme was to "rid the state of corruption," was expected to resume testimony today. Department of Public Safety Director Ralph Milstead testified last week that Mecham ordered him not to cooperate with a Corbin investigation. The attorney general was looking into an alleged death threat against former Mecham aide Donna Carlson, who was about to testify before a grand jury on Mecham's failure to report a $350,000 campaign loan. U.S. Chief Delegate To Vietnam Talks Dies FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — William J. Porter, the chief U.S. delegate to the Paris peace talks that ended the Vietnam War, has died of cancer. He was 73. Porter, who had served in many diplomatic posts, died Tuesday at a nursing home. From 1962 to 1965, Porter served as the first U.S. ambassador to Algeria. He later served as deputy ambassador to South Vietnam, ambassador to South Korea, undersecretary of state for political affairs and ambassador to Canada. He retired in 1977 as ambassador to Saudi Arabia. In July 1971, President Nixon named Porter chief delegate to the Paris talks to succeed David K.E. Bruce, who was retiring because of illness. Doctors Caution Against Diabetes Drug BOSTON (AP) — Despite promising preliminary results, physicians should not routinely use a transplant drug to treat childhood diabetes until experts learn its long-term safety and effectiveness, doctors cautioned today. A report by French doctors is the latest in a series of studies demonstrating that the drug cyclosporine seems to help victims of juvenile diabetes, also known as Type 1 or insulin-dependent diabetes. The report showed that half of the youngsters treated with the drug did not need insulin shots one year after their therapy began. The study was conducted by Dr. P.F. Bougneres and colleagues at St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Paris and published in today's New England Journal of Medicine. Doctors Stop 36-year Case Of Hiccups BOSTON (AP) — A 75-year-old woman finally found relief after 36 years of hiccuping, according to a report published today. Her hiccuping stopped after doctors gave her a drug to treat her newly diagnosed Parkinson's disease. Until then, "the patient's hiccup bouts were almost continuous, with rare remissions lasting a maximum of six to eight weeks," the doctors wrote. "Even during the periods of remission, sporadic hiccups were observed. She had been hospitalized several times and had undergone a great many tests." The hiccups immediately stopped when she got the drug amantadine for Parkinson's disease. The doctors theorize that the disease was somehow responsible for the hiccups. Dinosaur Discovery Supports Parenting Theory NEW YORK (AP) — Scientists said today they have found embryo skeletons from two kinds of dinosaurs in Montana, and that the bones give further evidence that some dinosaurs may have tended their young like birds. The discovery, some 60 miles southeast of Glacier National Park, is reported in the British journal Nature. The animals lived some 75 million to 80 million years ago, John R. Homer, curator of paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Mont., said in a telephone interview. Nineteen embryonic skeltons were found in a clutch of eggs laid by a previously unnamed type of dinosaur, which Horner and David Weishampel of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore propose calling Orodromeus makelai. Gas Grill PARTS Weber, Jacuzzi, Charbroil & Warm Morning Gas Grills. plus PARTS & ACCESSORIES FOR MOST BRANDS 1020 E. MAIN LOGANSPORT 753-2758 1 V.F.W. 379(T 1023 Erie Avenue STEAK AND SHRIMP Fri. March 18 5 - 8 p.m. Members Only CORNER PUB 17th S Erie "PAN HANDLE" Friday March 18th 9:30 to 1:30 "COUNTRY GENTLEMAN" Saturday March 19th 9:30 to 1:30 Mexican Food Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 4:00-ll:00p.m. 2100 Royal Center Pk. Logansport 753-8419 Legal I.D. Required Jy ELECTRIC RANGE •BLACK GLASS DOOR •HIGH SPEED SURFACE UNIT •CHROME DRIP PANS •LIFT-UP COOKTOP •MINUTE-MINDER *368 00 W.T. MODEL RER305 SENSIBLE, DEPENDABLE, AFFORDABLE. THE STORE THAT SERVICE BUILT! 301 E. Mkt. Downtown Logansport 722-4400 or 753-3300 Report Says Vets Cheating WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. veterans are cheating the government out of tens of millions of dollars each year by lying about their incomes and collecting excessive benefits as a result, a congressional report says. The report by the General Accounting Office, the investigative wing of Congress, compared Veterans Administration income forms filled out by pensioners with Internal Revenue Service data. Sen. Frank Murkowski, R- Alaska, released the report Wednesday and said Congress should move to halt the abuses by giving the VA access to same tax information so it can verify what veterans tell it about income from jobs and investments. Murkowski is the senior Republican on the Veterans Affairs Committee. The IRS information is compiled from reports supplied by employers and other income sources such as banks and stockbrokers. The GAO's findings were based on an examination of such Two Killed In Fire At Chemical Plant BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) — An explosion and fire at a testing laboratory killed two people today and critically injured a third, but authorities said no chemicals or radioactive material appeared to have escaped. Among the hazardous materials used at Gollob Analytical Services are radioactive hydrogen and krypton, and the solvents xylene and benzine, said Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Jim Staples. Light industrial buildings within a half-mile downwind were evacuated as a precaution, and employees heading to work at neighboring buildings were sent home. Volunteer firefighters, working upwind of the one-story lab, thought they had extinguished 5th-Grader Liked Mississippi Trip MARTINEZ, Calif. (AP) Ten-year-old Melissa Montgomery transformed a class report on Mississippi into an adventure that included a first-hand look at Civil War battlefields, a catfish fry, grits, mud pie and lots of museums. The best part, Melissa said Wednesday after returning from her five-day excursion into the Deep South, was the Impressionist Gallery and its "neat stuff." The worst, she said, was the catfish, which she had to taste at what Californians would have called a barbecue, but in the Deep South is known as a fishfry. Not far behind the ugly creatures came a planetarium. "You just look up. It's dumb," she said. the blaze by 6:30 a.m., nearly 4Vi> hours after it began, but it flared up again a half-hour later, officials said. The identities of the victims were not known, said police Chief Ralph M. Del Duca. A 30-year-old man was in critical condition in surgery today at University Hospital in Newark, said nursing supervisor Mary Kwasek. State inspectors will check a nearby brook that runs into the Passaic River for contamination, and a township crew built a sandbag dam around the plant to contain runoff water from the firefighting, Staples said. The air around the plant also will be checked for chemicals and radiation, he said. information from a single year. It said pensioners who understated their incomes to the VA potentially collected $182.5 million more in pension payments than they deserved in 1984. Under the law, the size of a VA pension — which went to 1.4 million people in 1984 — is determined principally by a recipient's total income from all sources. The GAO report said congressional investigators found that 549,000 pensioners failed to tell the VA about $947 million in income. CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my children and grandchildren for a wonderful surprise birthday party, Sunday. Thanks to other relatives and friends for being present, their gifts, flowers, phone calls, and beautiful cards. Thanks again, Mary Clem IN LOVING MEMORY OF "Ginny" Virginia Peterson Hankee March 17,1980 As time goes by and we remember you, We constantly think how much we loved you. Your sweet,sweet ways and tender care. Wish we could but open a door and you'd be there. But since we can't we wish to say. You are sadly missed and Joved everyday! Mom and Dad Grandparents Wilbanks Linda, Pat and Fred Son Shawn Graf } WATER HEATER PROBLEMS? { « For Replacement or Repairs i CALL 753-3790 J V JIM DAVIDSON I | B&M Plumbing & Heating j MOOSE LODGE No.232| Friday-Fish Saturday-Steak We Sell & Install FAUCETS Plbg SCHMIDT'S Htg 41S-8thSt. METEA RESTAURANT St. Rd.25N Fri. Nighl Special '5.25 "All You Can Eat" inckidei Salad Bar The report said that more than 26,000 veterans told the VA they had no earned income in 1984 but each actually made at least $1,000 through employment. IN MEMORY 1973-19f«i Things are mighty quiet These days out in our hall And the names you hear 1 most frequently Are Jack and Don and Paul We seldom hear light banter And laughter not at all Cause everyone is thinking still Of Jack and Don and Paul We knew them all as happy men Rated each one ten feet tall And everybody seemed to love Our Jack Our Don Our Paul They planned a float trip down the Wabash After a long winter and cold rainy fall Everybody knew how that river was loved By Jack and Don and Paul They left on a snowy St. Patrick's morn Expecting no trouble at all But the churning water capsized their boat Took the life of Jack,Don and Paul We're sure as they entered the pearly Gates And God welcomed them one and all He made available His crystal sea To Our Jack, Our Don, Our Paul When life down here is all over And we leave to answer God's call Perhaps the boat to tide us o'er Jordan Will be manned by Jack,Don and Paul Written by Opal Wardlow ALWAYS REMEMBERED AND LOVED BY THE KRATHWOHL CHILDREN AND FAMILIES COLLINS' MEATS Ask anyone who has tried our Supreme Breasted Chicken and they'll tell you its Delicious. Haps West Be Thinking... SCREEN REPAID Bring Them In Early And Be Ready! Harris Glass 753-5115 80S BURLINGTON US 24 West WM PACA LODGE St. Patrick's Party Saturday March 19 7:30 p.m. • Breasted Chicken 9:00 p.m. • Dance Music by "THE PLAY CATERS" S 7" per person Members & Guests ELKS CAFE 430 North St. Logansport Catfish or Catfish Fillet Also Small New York Strip Buy 1 Meal at Regular Price and the 2nd Meal at % Price (of equal valve). This special also includes our regular menu. Friday Night Band "SILVER CREEK" Saturday Night STUFFED FLOUNDER KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council 561 FRIDAY 5:30-8:30 BROASTED PORK CHOPS FROG LEGS, & REGULAR MENU I007-17th St. Logansport SMOKED - ft< PICNICS /V ib. ROLLED RUMP tioft ROAST *|*t CHARBROILED 98 Ib. 10 Ib, or more GROUND BEEF Mixed PORK CHOPS Fr«*i*r BEEF SIDES 94 99 Ib. Ib. 19 Ib. Old Man Winter Got Your Lawn > In The Winter Blues? Spruce it up with Blue Grass from Economy Sales & Hardware 1001 Vandolta 722-6681 25%OFF Now Until April 1st We also have lots of other Garden Supplies to get your garden in shape for summer FUZZY NAVAL PARTY Friday, March 18th - Starting at 8pm T-shirts, Buttons and other favors FUZZY NAVAL s l" Also Friday at 2:30pm Indiana vs Richmond on the BIG SCREEN TV, Popcorn 4 Horsd'oeuvre. Come Early, Stay all day and have fun! 223-4th St. Logansport 753-5915 THE RENDEZVOUS * * + * * * * * | ***,* "*»„*•« O'CHEVI'S ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY GREEN BEER Free Corned Beef & Cabbage (Starts at 6:00 to ?) PRIZES ALL NIGHT Featuring • our Irish DJ - Jimmy O'Pearson (Starts at 9 O'clock) AT BOWLMOR LANES GREENVIEW SALE Crabicide Green S.OOOsq. ft. -20lbs. 10,000 sq. ft.- 40lbs. 12 " Offer Ends April 2,1988 Green Power 5,000 sq. ft.-ISIbs 10,000 sq. ft.-30lbs OPEN MON-FRI8 to 8 Sot.8-6Sun.9-3 Arone Hardware 130 Burlington Ave. 'We Have It" 722-4448

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