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Page 2 Pharos-Tribune, Logonsport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 23, 1988 Carousel Obituaries Continued From Page i carousel preservation and restoration," Antonelli says. Before sending off her proposal, Antonelli contacted Joy Crenshaw, director of restoration at the Indianapolis Children's Museum, who agreed to help with the project, Under Antonelli's proposal, eight weeks will be spent restoring one wooden horse from the Riverside Park carousel. One day each week will be spent working with Crenshaw at the museum, and as with the first horse, Antonelli will begin with stripping and end with fine detail work. Antonelli and the other grant recipients, all of whom received $4,000 for their projects, are expected to write project papers, all of which will be presented to members of the Indiana Lilly Foundation in early autumn. Eventually, Antonelli says she would like to keep the carousel restoration project as an integral part of her advanced art curriculum. "Not only are the students learning about the history and restoration of a great American art form,'' Antonelli says, "but they are contributing something very worthwhile to the community in which they live." The carousel, which was recently named a National Historic Landmark, was handcarved by Italian Gustav Denzel in the late 1800s. It was restored in the early 1970s after a fund-raising drive raised money to purchase the carousel from the Lawrence Kandler estate. The carousel has been operated since then by the non-profit Cass County Carousel Corporation. Continued From Page 1 Lugar spokesman Andy Fisher said the senior Indiana senator believed that court decision should be overturned but without curtailing religious liberty or imposing new burdens on private business. Quayle issued a statement saying his office was deluged with telephone calls urging him to sustain Reagan's veto. Through Tuesday morning, the count was 5,817 for Reagan to 31 calls for an override. "The many ambiguous provisions in the bill passed by Congress are likely tocause years of protracted litigation," Quayle said, "and it will do a terrible disservice to the minorities, individuals with handicaps and women who are the intended beneficiaries." The Indiana House delegation split along party lines on the vote with Democrats voting to override the veto. Veto Continued From Page I with AIDS as youth pastors and bar church contributions by Social Security recipients. "No bit of legislation is important enough ... to put out falsehoods under the name of religion to the American people. I find if reprehensible," said Rep. Bill Hefner, D-N.C., a Baptist gospel singer with ties to religious communities around the country. The restoration act says entire institutions and government agencies must not discriminate if any program or activity within them receives federal aid. Entire corporations are covered if they provide a public service such as health care or if the aid goes to the business as a whole, as in the Chrysler Corp. bailout. Jerry C. Nims, president of Moral Majority, predicted "dire" consequences from the law and said it is likely to be "the major political issue for evangelicals in the 1988 elections." "If enough people are not voted into office to change what's occurred, we will have entered the moral dark ages," Nims said. Court Blocks Food Stamps For Strikers WASHINGTON (AP) - The government may limit a family's eligibility for food stamps when a family member is on strike, the Supreme Court ruled today. Rejecting unions' arguments by a 5-3 vote, the justices ruled that a 1981 federal law imposing such limits does not violate any constitutional rights. The 1981 law, amendments to the Food Stamp Act, generally bars a family from becoming eligible for food stamps at a time when one of its members is on strike. Those families already receiving food stamps when a family member goes on strike are not dropped from the program, but are barred from receiving additional food stamps despite the loss of income. . "Exercising the right to strike inevitably risks economic hardship, but we are not inclined to hold that the right of association requires the government to minimize that result by qualifying the strikers for food stamps," Justice Byron R. White wrote for the court. He was joined by Cltief Justice William H. Rehnquist and Justices John Paul Stevens, Sandra Day O'Connor and An- toninScalia. Winning Lottery Numbers SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Tuesday in the Illinois State Lottery. DAILY GAME-5-3-8 PICK FOUR-3-2-6-2 ESTIMATED LOTTO JACKPOT — $4 million ESTIMATED LOTTO 7 JACKPOT — $10 million (USPS 317-780) PHAROS-TRIBUNE Dally and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) J1.60 per week by carrier In all cities and towns; Prepayment In office 13 weeks—$20.80, 26 weeks—$41.60, 52 weeks—$*3.20. 16.95 per month by motor route: 3 months—$20.85, 6 months—$41.70, 1 year-$83.40. By mall In Indiana where no carrier or motor route service maintained: 3 months—$29.25; 6 months—$51.75; 1 year—$90.00. By mail outside Indiana: 3 months—$32.25; 8 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 lor subscribers who transfer from carrier or motor route delivery to mail delivery. No mail subscriptions where carrier or motor service Is maintained. On all subscriptions paid In advance publisher reserves the right to adjust the 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 of any announced price Increase. J. M. Druck, Publisher Don Pollltt, Bus. Mgr. BobNofen, Adv'l, Mgr. Charles A. Fiedler KEWANNA - Cliarles A. Fiedler, 87, Carlyle Nursing Home, South Bend, formerly of Rochester, died at 12:20 p.m. Tuesday in the nursing home. He was born Feb. 10, 1901, in Lucerne to Danial and Martha Powell Fiedler. He was married Nov. 25, 1925, in Winamac to Gladys Lee, who died in 1980. He was a retired farmer and a member of Zion Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Judy Reid, South Bend, and Mary Losch, Lake In The Hills, 111.; six grandchildren; and six great- grandchildren. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Harrison-Metzger Funeral Home. Burial will be in Zion Cemetery, Lucerne. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday and after 8 a.m. Friday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Lawrence Norbert Mack' Winter Sr. Lawrence Norbert "Jack" Winter Sr. f>4, of 915 Bates St., died at 6:58 p.m. Tuesday in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Lafayette. He was born Nov. 4, 1923, in Pulaski County to Joe Joseph "Peck" and Alice Gertrude Malia Winter. He was married to Mary Ann Towne, who died Dec. 21, 1966. He was married Sept. 19, 1969, in Logansport to Florence M. Koons, who survives. He was retired as janitor for the City of Logansport. A World War II U.S. Army veteran, he was a member of the American Legion and a lifetime member of the VFW. Also surviving are three sons, Lawrence Jr., Royal Center, Jerry, Plymouth, and Danny R., Rochester; a daughter, Sharon Kay Peters, Rochester; three brothers, James, Winamac, Ralph "Red", Monticello, and Clarence, Lansing, 111.; 12 grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and several of nieces and nephews. A daughter and two sisters preceded in death. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in Kroeger Funeral Home, with the Rev. Charles Kline officiating. Burial, with military rites, will be in the IOOF Cemetery, Rochester. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home. Chester J. Shriver at 11:40 p.m. AKRON - Chester J. Shriver, 01. III. 1, died Tuesday in his home. He had been ili three months. He was born Jan. 5, 1897, in Akron to Klias and Minerva Shriver.; He was married to Louise DeLaughter, who died in 1930. He was' married Jan. 3,1932, in Wabash to Esther Sweares, who survives. He was a lifelong resident of Akron, He retired from t'arming in 1976. Also surviving are six daughters, Mary Jane Kotterman and Virginia Ruth Davis, both of Rochester, Beulah Engle, Silver Lake, Lauretta Summers, Kissimmee, Fla., Barbara Coppock, Wabash,! and Cheryl Smith, Akron; four sons, Harry D. Syracuse, Jack J.,' Silver Lake, Milo R., Akron, and James D. San Antonio, Texas; and 65 grandchildren. ; Five sons, a grandson, four sisters, and four brothers preceded irv death. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Foster & Good Funeral Home, with the Rev. Lowell Burris officiating. Burial will be in Akron Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and (i to 8 p.m. Thursday and alter 9 a.m. Friday in the funeral home. Donnabelle Brown FLORA — Donnabelle Brown, 72, Schofield, Wis., died Tuesday in Heritage Haven Care Center. She was born Dec. 18, 1915, in Weston, Wis.. to Frederick and Cecil Landes. Surviving are a sister, Mary Cox, Kirkland; two daughters; and 16 grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Beech Grove Cemetery, Sharon. Arrangements are being handled by Reinke Funeral Home, Flora. Funeral Notices DORSAM PERU — Services for Lawrence F. Dorsam, 70, of 66 Highland Place, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in St. Charles Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Charles Catholic Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today in Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home, where a prayer services will be held at 8 p.m. GLASSBURN BUNKER HILL — Services for Weldon Glassburn, 67, Rt. 1, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Alien Funeral Home, Burial will be in Rankin Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. IMLER FLORA — Services for William Imler, 67, Cutler, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Baker Funeral Home. Burial will be in Delphi Masonic Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home, where a Masonic service will be held at 8 p.m. MCMANUS Services for Alta L. McManus, 96, of 926 Claude St., wilt be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in McCloskey- Hamilton-Gundrum Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 : to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home RAGER AKRON — Services for Willadean Rager, 73, Rt. 2, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Akron Church of God. Burial will be in Akron Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today in Hartzler Funeral Home and one hour prior to the service on Thursday in the church. REX EVERGREEN PARK, III. Services for John Rex Jr., 79, Rt. 1, Monticello, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Kenny Brothers Funeral Home. Burial will be in Evergreen Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. SCHWALM KOKOMO — Services for Ralph B. Schwalm, 67, of 1803 S. Webster, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Ellers Mortuary. Burial will be in IOOF Cemetery, Walton. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. SPAHR Services for Agnes Spartr, 90, of 66-21st St., will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in First United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday in Fisher Funeral Chapel. WISELEY Services for Lucille A. Wiseley, 87, of 210 Linden Ave., will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Fisher Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in White Chapel Cemetery, Troy, Mich. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral chapel. ZIMMERMAN UPPER SANDUSKY, Ohio Services for Harley L. Zimmerman, 82, of 2613 Pottawatomie Rd., will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Lucas • Funeral Home, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Burial will be in Old Mission Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. Police Reports Tuesday 9:20 a.m. — Vandalism. Bruce Colsten, 1224 George St., reported eggs thrown onto his vehicle. Logansport Police Department investigated, 2:41 p.m. — Property-damage accident, U.S. 24 and Yorktown Road. Vehicles driven by Brenda Odea, 26, Peru, and leko Oldham, 60, Peru, collided. LPD. 2:45 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Sixth and East Broadway. Vehicles driven By Gerda Reeves, 55, 1923 George St., and Daniel Hardy, 36, 731 North St., collided. LPD. 4:44 p.m. — Theft. Steve Davis, 1904 N. Third St., reported a stereo and four speakers stolen. LPD. 5 p.m. — Vandalism. General Telphone reported a junction box on Cass County Road 50E near 200N shot with pellets. Approximately 15 homes were without telephone service until the problem was repaired. CCPD. 7:45 p.m. — Property-damage accident, High Street Road and Cass County Road 600E. Vehicle driven by Joyce Westcott, 42, 532 Broadview, struck a deer. Cass County Police Department investigated. 9:18 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Miami Averse and Plum Street. Vehicle driven by Jerry Fry, 17, 36 W. Columbia St., struck vehicles driven by Thurman Hood, 73, 106 E. Linden Ave,, and Paul Titus, 43, 126 W. Linden Ave. Fry was cited on a charge of failure to yield. LPD. 9:50 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Ca&s County Roads 100N and 1000E. Vehicle driven by Geraldine Correll, 47, Rt. 4, struck a deer. CCPD. Fire Calls Tuesday 1:19 p.m. — Conrail Railroad tracks and U.S. 35. Grass and trash, 1:44 p.m. — Three miles east ot 18th Street on South River Road. Grass fire. 6:26 p.m. — Davis Road Bridge. Grass fire. Wednesday 1:50 a.m. - 41313th St. Trash fire. Hospital Motes BIRTHS Mark and Linda Huffman, Patrick AFB, Fla., are parents of a son, Shaun Richard, born Sunday in Melbourne, Fla. Maternal grandparents are Harry Van der Lee, and the late Nelly Van der Lee of Uden, Holland. Paternal grandparents are Richard and Arlene Huffman, Royal Center. Logansport Royal Center. Paternal grandparents are Bob and Marlene Brandt, Rt. 1. ADMITTED Betty Schodrof, 2308 Smead St. Arthur Squires, Logansport. Elizabeth Weaver, Rt. 6. George David Wright, Rt. 5. DISMISSED Nelda Clements, 72 Eel River Ave. Richard Warts, Buffalo. Peru ADMITTED Kathleen Golfer, Grissom AFB. Kathleen Hetzler, 203 E. Sixth St. Barbara See, Denver. BIRTHS Camille Bjornstad, 824-19th St., is the parent of a daughter, Brittany Lee, born Monday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Russ Bjornstad, 824-19th St., and Sharon Erickson, Las Vegas, Nev. Randy and Denise Brandt, Rt. 1, are the parents of a son, Cody Alan, born Monday in Memorial Hospital.. Maternal grandparents are Marvin and Wilma Jean Berkshire, Rt. 1, DISMISSED Susan Burns, Monticelto. Kenneth Deno, Monticello. Scott Elizaldeand son, Monticetlo. Holly Hardesty, Idaville. Daleria Hughes, Monticello. Estelle Jackson, Monticello. Stella Kraay, Reynolds. Cora Lewis, Monticello. Edna Mclntosn, Wolcott. DISMISSED Barbara Bednarski, 72 W. Seventh St. Georgia Bell, 390 W, Boulevard. Connie Kieninger, Macy. Betty Lesher, 19 E. Franklin St. Sheri Livesay, 170 Canal St. Jarod Morris, 501 E. Main St. Darlene Palmer, Macy. Connie Plum and son, 66 E. Canal St. Evelyn Rylands and daughter, Roann. Wesley Thomas, Walton. Anita Whybrew, Amboy. Rochester BIRTHS David and Susan Yeazel Richardson, Rt. 5, are the parents of & son. ADMITTED Freda McCalla, 1530 Audubon Ave, Rita Shriver, Rt. 7. John Wolfe, Kewanna. DISMISSED Jonnie Bellies, Rt. 7. Otto Gates, Argos. Josephine McClain, 719 Madison St. Florence Whiteside, 325 Main St. Winamac ADMITTED Ruth Dunn, Francesville. Mrs. Jessie Sandberg, Royal Center. DISMISSED Rashell Woodard, Medaryville. Markets Grain Daniel A. Blom, Editor Allen Wilson, Circulation Mgr. Pharos established ^srasw^ Reporter established 1844 ® €1|GQMJ;?2/ 1888 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 postage paid at Logansport, Indiana, under the act of March 3,1397. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION ALL DEPARTMENTS PHONE 219-722-5000 The midmorning cash prices, at Indiana Grain, Logansport: Wheat (cash) no bid Wheat (July) 2,97 up 2 Corn (Mar ) ' 94 o" '/> Corn (Apr.) Corn (Oct.-Nov) Beans (Mar.) Beans (Apr.) Beans (Sept, -Oct.) .. PIK Certs Buying Selling Cass County PCP ... Stocks NEW YORK (AP) opened mixed this . . 1 .95 oft '/a .2.00off3'/2 630off4 ...6.31 off 4 ...6,42 off 6 102 percent 104 percent ... 1.74 oft 1 — Slocks morning in light trading. The Dow Jones averge ot 30 industrials, which barely budged in slack trading Tuesday, rose 0.33 point to 2,066.48 by 10a.m. on Wall Street. Among broader market indicators, the New York Slock Exchange composite index of all listed issues rose 0.13 to 151.65. The American Slock Exchange's market value index rose 0.56 to 299.36. Gaining stocks outnumbered losers by a 5-to-4 margin on the NYSE, with 548 up, 422 down and 480 unchanged. Volume totaled 23.65 million shares alter the first half hour. On Tuesday, trie Dow Jones industrial average lell 0.99 point 102,066.15. Gaining issues narrowly outnumbered declines in composite NYSE trading, with X65 up, 736 down and 481 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board totaled 142,0 million shares, vs. the 1987 low ot 128.83 million snares traded Monday. NEW YORK (AP) - Early prices for NYSE listed most active stocks: AMR !....«*+ 1V< AetnLf 44%— * Alcan a 29% + V4 Allegla 86U + 2U AldSgnl 32V4 + Vi Alcoa 4544+ % Amax 19% + tt AExp s 26V< + AlntGr 56H+ AmStd 76'/<— AT&T 28W- AmHoll 13W AnchGI Auslmt BnkAm BristM s 44 — CSX 31H+ 'Cabot 37H + Chase 26'* + Chevrn 46V«— Hogs INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana direct hog market at 70 yards and markets Wednesday. Barrows and gilts mostly steady. Demand light Instances moderate early. US 1-2 210-250 Ibs 42,00-42.75, some at 43.00, Plant delivered to 43.50. US 1-3 210-260 Ibs 41.25-42.25. Sows: steady. US 1-3 300-650 Ibs 32.00-34.00. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Hogs 500. Barrows and gilts moderately active. 25 cents to mostly 50 cents higher, US 1-3 225-255 Ibs 44.00, US 2-3 245-275 Ibs 42,50-43,50. Sows: moderately active. Under 600 Ibs steady to t.OO lower. Over 600 Ibs steady to 1.00 higher. US "1-3 375-575 Ibs 35.00-36.50, 625-700 Ibs 37.00-39.00. Cattle: 25, not tested.

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