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Page 2 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 24, 1988 Pole Telephone Continued From Page ! her daughter was riding high as she entered the final day of an adventure that has been an emotional roller coaster. "Mellissa is running on sheer adrenaline at this point," said Mrs. Sanders. She said her daughter will face certain unexpected challenges when she returns to the ground. "For one thing I'm going to have to sue for slander and defamation of character," said Mrs. Sanders. She said the lawsuit would be filed against Dick Turner, the man with whom the Sanders' launched the pole-sitting venture. "I can't jus* sit by and let the man say things against us," Mrs. Sanders said. "We've done nothing wrong. It's just that he pulled out on Mellissa, and now he doesn't want to see her succeed. He's trying to put a damper on it." Turner suggested the pole- sitting stunt as a way to advertise his restaurant and raise money for a charitable cause. Miss Sanders said she moved from Arizona to do the stunt under Turner's sponsorship. However, Turner opted out of the project less than six months after it. was started. He contends the Sanders' expected too much financial support and were claiming too large a percentage of the charitable proceeds. "I initiated the whole thing, and I'm glad she made it," said Turner, who plans to turn $3,300 in donations over to Indiana University cancer research this week. "But she wanted to change the rules once she got up in the house, and that's not right. "I've sure learned one lesson," Turner said. "Never do anything without a contract.'' Miss Sanders said she spent her last night with friends and reporters in the shack atop two telephone poles. Miss Sanders said today's celebration would include her pet cat who has kept her company throughout the stunt. The teen-ager's fiance, 25- year-old Keith Seal of Monterey, Calif., was on hand Wednesday afternoon helping Miss Sanders prepare for her descent. The two met after Seal read an article about Miss Sanders and decided to telephone her. They announced their engagement in August, before ever having met. "He's great. He's been just great," Miss Sanders said, adding that she would share her first post-pole dinner with Seal. Miss Sanders said she plans to move back to Arizona in May and attend a trade school. Although she doesn't regret the venture, she said, "I've had mirror after mirror up here, and every one has broken almost immediately. Maybe that's why I've had bad luck. I never could see anything clearly." Around Town Building Permits Anna Wandrei,. 435 Washington St., $631, Weatherization. Marriage Licenses James Storey, 23, 514 Wheatland Ave., and Jennifer Richards, 23, same address. Superior Court Fined $25 and costs were Terry McClain, 24, New Waverly, improper brakes; Kenneth Scott, 20, 206 Grant St., false registration; Laura Hudson, 25, 110 W. Linden Ave., expired driver's license, and Michael Larimore, 23, 2706 Stadium Dr., disregarding an automatic signal. Markets Grain The midmorning cash prices, at Indiana Grain, Logansport: Wheat (cash) Wheat (July) i Corn (Mar.) Corn(Apr.) Corn (Oct.-Nov) Beans(Mar.) Beans (Apr.) Beans (Sept.-Oct.) ... PIK Certs Buying Selling CRSS County PCP.... Livestock no bid ,93V. off 2V? 1.94Vz unch 1.95V_ unch ...2.00 oft 1 ...6.29 off 2 ...6.30 off 2 . 6.40V? off 2 102 percent 104 percent . .1.74 unch Slaughter steers: package mixed select and choice 3 975 Ibs 68.75. Select 2-3 975-1150 Ibs 67.50-69.00. Slaughter heifers: package choice 3 1150 Ibs 69.75. Mixed' select and choice 2-3 1000-1175 Ibs 69.25-69.50. Package select 2 1200 Ibs 65.00. . Slaughter cows: utility and commercial 2-4 47.25-53.75. Few high dressing 53.75-54.25. Low dressing down to 43.50. Few cutler 1-2 43.75-50.75. Slaughter bulls: yield grade 1-2 1025-2150 Ibs 59.75-66.25, Couple yield grade 257.50-58.00. Stocks INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Hogs 600. Barrows and gilts moderately active, 50 cents lower. US 1-3 220-260 Ibs 43.00-43.50. Sows: moderately active, steady to 1.50 lower. US 1-3 375-625 Ibs 35.00-37.50. Cattle: 550 Ibs. Slaughter steers and heifers not well tested. Slaughter cows steady to firm. Bulls 50 cents to 1.00 higher. Bulk of slaughter supply cows, balance feeders tor afternoon auction. TODAY'S AGENDA NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market declined broadly today as the dollar slumped in foreign exchange and U.S. interest rates headed higher. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials fell 31.17 to 2,036.47 in the first halt hour of trading. Losers outnumbered gainers by more than 6 to 1 in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Volume on the Big Board came to 32.18 million shares as of 10 a.m. on Wall Street. THE NORTH WHITE SCHOOL BOARD will meet in executive session at 6:30 p.m. to discuss employee job performance evaluation. A special meeting will follow at 7:30 p.m. Winning Lottery Numbers SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP)—Here are the winning numbers selected Wednesday in the Illinois State Lottery. DAILY GAME-6-4-6 PICK FOUR-8-4-4-7 LOTTO 7 GAME - 6-7-21-22-28-32-39 ESTIMATED LOTTO JACKPOT — $4 million ESTIMATED LOTTO 7 JACKPOT —$11 million Vote Continued From Page 1 fixed charges> that bill will in- A residential, one-party cus- crease to $12.11. The cost will tomer in Royal Center currently eventually drop to $10.28 per pays $8.25 per month for tele- month after five years, the phone service. With the new commission said. Summit Continued From Page ) nouncements that progress was made during Shevardnadze's three days of talks in Washington. Asked if a treaty would be ready in time, Reagan said, "I have no way of answering that." Shevardnadze called it "a possibility." The envisioned treaty would set a ceiling of 6,000 warheads on long-range missiles and bombers, but the two sides must still set sub-limits on the various types of weapons and decide how to verify compliance with a pact. The compliance issue is especially thorny because the (DSPS 317-780) PHAROS-TRIBUNE Dally and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) J1.60 per week by carrier In all cities and towns; Prepayment In otfice 13 weeks—$20.80, 26 weeks—$41.60, 52 weeks—$83.20. $6.95 per month by motor route: 3 months—$20.85, 6 months—$41.70, 1 year—$83.40. By mail In Indiana where no carrier or motor route service maintained: 3 m0 nth3—J29.25; 6 months-$51.75; 1 year—$90.00. By mall oulslde 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 dale on a pro-rata basis for subscribers who transfer from carrier or motor route delivery to mall delivery. No mail subscriptions where carrier or motor service is maintained. On all subscriptions paid in advance publisher reserves tha right to adjust the expiration date on a pro-rata basis in the event any Increase is made in the price of (fie newspaper. Adjustments shall be made on the effective date of any announced prlca increase. _____ - ——— J. M. Druck, Publisher Don Polllft, Bus. Mgr. Bob Noren, Adv't Mgr. weapons are among the hardest to detect in the superpower arsenals: sea-launched cruise missiles, ballistic missiles on submarines and cruise missiles launched from bombers. Shevardnadze said progress has been made on verification, but "much more work needs to be done," at the continuing round of talks in Geneva and at two more Shultz-Shevardnadze sessions, first in Moscow April 21-25 and then in the middle of May at an unspecified site. Shuitz and Shevardnadze portrayed their governments as working with a common purpose to fit pieces of the arms control puzzle in time for the summit. Continued From Page 1 signatures to ask for toll-free calling between Royal Center and Logansport. Royal Center customers balloted at the end of 1987 and Logansport customers voted the first of this year. Royal Center businessman Max Metzger, instrumental in circulating the petition, said today he was very happy with the outcome. "It should help emergency services and the overall relationship between businesses in Logansport and Royal Center," he said. Marni Lemons, of the public information office of the URC, said Royal Center GTE customers had the option of voting for EAS regardlessof who would pay the costs; voting for EAS only if Logansport shared the costs, or voting against EAS. Of the 741 GTE customers in Royal Center, 360 voted yes, regardless of who would pay the cost of EAS; 81 voted yes, only if Logansport shared the cost; and 35 voted against EAS. A total of 476 ballots were returned from Royal Center customers. In Logansport, the 12,429 GTE customers voted only for or against EAS. A total of 2,452 voted for EAS and 2,573 voted against it. In all 5,025 ballots were returned from Logansport customers. Lemons said the low ballot return from Logansport was not unusual. "Usually it is the smaller community rather that the larger community that is more interested in the issue. Lemons pointed out that had Logansort customers agreed to share the costs, it would have been relatively low, a 92-cent increase per month for the next five years. EAS will be available to anyone with the Royal Center 643 exchange, Berry said. Obituaries Katheryn E. Patton MONTICELLO — Katheryn E. Patton, 82, of 104 Miller Manor, died at 4 a.m. today in White County Memorial Hosptial. She had been ill since Feb. 5. She was born May 3, 1905, in Monticello to William U. and Eva G. Lucas Patton. A lifelong resident of White County, she graduated from Monticello High School and attended Butler University. She taught for one year at Gopher Grade School and for 28 years for Monticello School Corporation. She was a charter member of Delta Chi of Delta Theta Tau Sorority in Monticello. Surviving is a sister, Mary S. Patton, Monticello. Private services are scheduled with burial to follow in Riverview Cemetery. Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity. Daniel A. Blom, Editor Allen Wilson, Circulation Mgr. . un >,«H —-—--.. •—~~ Reporter established Pharos established ® ^S|> 1889 journal established """"" Tribune established 1849 N " 5 Logansport Press established 1921 Published by Logansport Newspapers, Inc., 517 Easl Broadway, Loaansport, Indiana Second class postage paid at Logansport, Indiana, under the act of March 3,1897. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION ALL DEPARTMENTS PHONE 219-722-5000 Carl Sanders PERU — Carl Sanders, 56, of 5 Holiday Dr., died at 7:15 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital, Kokomo. Arrangements are pending at Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home. George W. Applegate Roy William Troyer KOKOMO — Graveside services for Roy William Troyer, 70, of 201 E. Broadway, New Port Richey, Fla., will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in Greenlawn Cemetery, Greentown. He died at 3:45 p.m. Monday in Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, Fla. He was born Dec. 5, 1917, in Howard County to Roy and Rhilda Smeltzer Troyer. He was married July 25, 1935, to Olivinia Bridegroom, who died Aug. 20,1984. Surviving are a son, William H., Lakeland, Fla.; three daughters, Brenda Goodnight and Annette Brenton, both of Kokomo, and DebbieBruner, Walton; and 11 grandchildren. A sister and brother preceded in death. The Rev. Tom Weitzel will officiate at the service. ";,' ' Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association or American Cancer Society. . : Ellers Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Howard 'Red' L. Badger BELLFLOWER, Calif. — Memorial services will be held during Sunday morning services in Bellwood Baptist Church, Bell flower, Calif., for George W. Applegate, 87, a former Logansport resident. He died at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday in a convalescent home in Bellflower, Calif. He was born Sept. 4, 1900, in Noblesville. He was married to Lela Cherry, who died in 1946. He was married in 1947 to Mica Applegate, who survives. He had worked at Muehlhausen Spring in Logansport for several years and retired from the aircraft industry in California. Also surviving are two sons, Charles B., Logansport, and James, Indian Hills, N.C.; and several grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Victor C. Baumann Victor C. Baumann, 73, Rt 3, Logansport, died at 6:50 p.m. Wednesday in Chase Convalescent Center, He was born Feb. 13, 1915, in Cass County to John H. and Nellie Spitznogle Baumann. He was married Aug. 21, 1940, to Marjorie Mehaffie, who died Nov. 30,1975. He was a retired farmer and had worked for Dr. Leo Cahalan as a kennel keeper. He was a member of All Saints Catholic Church and was a lifetime member of the<iifnights of Columbus. He was a member of the Elks and Farm Bureau. Surviving are a son, Stanley, Arcadia; a daughter, Susan Phillipy, Rt. 3; a brother, Leo, 2601 High St.; a sister, Nora Guckien, 3028 E. Broadway; and three grandchildren. A brother and a sister preceded in death. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in All Saints Catholic Church, with the Rev. Charles Kline officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Friday in Kroeger Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. and an Elks service conducted at 7:30 p.m. PERU - Howard "Red" L. Badger, 69, of 333 W. Eighth St., died at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday in Dukes Memorial Hospital. He was born Feb. 25, 1919, in Wabash County to Harry J. and Jesse M. Richardson Badger. He was married March 18, 1939, to Pauline Cormany, who survives. He was a retired conductor for the N&W Railroad. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He was a member ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ of Bible Baptist Church, Moose Lodge and American Legion. ••••••••^••^•••••••••••••^••i Also surviving are four brothers, Paul, Huntington, Carl, D^lf-.A DA••%**••+*• Torrance, Calif., Raymond, West Point, Va., and Ray, Fort Wayne. | 0111C IV CL/OII5 Three brothers preceded in death. 1— Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in Flowers-Leedy Funeral, with the Rev. John Murdock officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. Friends may call after 2p.m. Friday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Wednesday Funeral Notices 7:08 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Eighth and Race Street, Bicycle ridden by Aaron Schlabach, 13, 823 Race St., and motorcycle driven by Casey Jones, 23, 631 Vi Race St., collided. Logansport Police Department investigated. Michael, 18, 207 N. Cicott St., arrested on charge of felony battery. LPD. Fire Calls FIEDLER KEWANNA — Services for Charles A. Fiedler, 87, Carlyle Nursing Home, South Bend, formerly of Rochester, 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. today and after 8 a.m. Friday in the funeral home. SHRIVER AKRON — Services for Chester J. Shriver, 91, Rt. 1, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Foster & Good Funeral Home. Burial will be in Akron Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today and alter 9 a.m. Friday in the funeral home. SPAHR Services for Agnes Spahr, 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. today in Fisher Funeral Chapel. WINTER Services for Lawrence "Jacke" Norbert Winter Sr., 64, of 915 Bates St., will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in Kroeger Funeral Home. Burial, with military rites, will be in the IOOF Cemetery, Rochester. Friends may cal from 3 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. 9 p.m. — Arrest. Eileen Qallamore, 34, Galveston, arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident. Galveston Police Department investigated. 11 p.m. — Arrest. David Putnam, 27, Broadview Heights, Ohio, arrested on charge of driving while intoxicated. Indiana State Police investigated. Thursday 2:30 a.m. — Arrest. Debra Hamman, 36, 1621 E. Broadway, arrested on charge of driving while intoxicated. Cass County Police Department investigated. 2:55 p.m. — Arrest. William Wednesday 1:18 p.m. — George Roberson residence, Ht. 7. Brush fire. 3:44 p.m. — East Wabash Avenue. Trash and brush fire. Correction Wednesday's page one story on the carousel at Riverside Park included two errors. The spelling of Gustav Dentzel's name was incorrect. Dentzel, the carousel's creator, was identified as an Italian. He was in • fact, a German. The Pharos-Tribune regrets the errors. A fund-raiser for the Kewanna Fire Department that was the subject of a Tuesday brief has been concluded. There should not be any telephone solicitation for the department. Hospital Motes BIRTHS Mark and Kathryn Kelly, Monticello, are the parents of a daughter, Jennifer Nicole, born Tuesday in White County Memorial Hospital, Monticello. Maternal grandparents are Gary and Linda Russow, Monticello. Paternal grandparents are James and Dolores Kelly, Rt. 1, Chalmers. Logansport BIRTHS James and Rebecca Berry, 1826 George St., are the parents of a son, Michael Timothy, born Monday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Robert and Eleanor Peattie, Logansport. Paternal grandparents are Reed and Linda Berry, Logansport. Thomas and Sharon Miller, Macy, are the parents of a son. ADMITTED Debra Felix, 227 Humphrey St., DISMISSED Mrs. Mark Chapman and son, Rt. 1, Box 134. Mrs. Mark Martinez and. soc,, Grissom AFB. Mrs. Steve Panici and daughter, Winamac. George David Wright, Rt. 5. Monticello DISMISSED Sandy Carlson, Monon. AdamCottrell, Buffalo. Lindsi Diener, Monticello, Peru ADMITTED Matthew Burnell, 559 E. Third St. Lave! Burney Jr., 60 E. Ninth St. Lorraine Gould, 230 W. 12th St. Harold Hileman, 397 Washington Ave. Leo Irving, 276 E. Third St. Corine Kinzie, Denver, Sarah Latta, Denver. Melissa Patrick, 74 1 /2 S. Broadway Seth Wooten, Bunker Hill. DISMISSED O.Chester Adkins, Rt. 3. Mary Billups, 701 E. Main St. Cassie Cover, Denver. Dale Crippen, 15 Ellis Road. Vicki Raver, 223 W. Eighth St. Rochester BIRTHS David Francis and Roberta Dawn Cowles Blacketor Sr., Rt. 6, are the parents of a son. ADMITTED Mary Fisher, Rt. 7. James Coffing, Roann. DISMISSED Steven Caudill, 1713 Monroe St. Larry Crow. Argos. Howard Eisenrnan, 1009 Jackson Blvd. Louis Kline, 515 Jefferson St. Fred McKee, 1231 College Ave. Rita Shriver, Rt. 7. Helen Stickler, Elwood. Winamac ADMITTED Betty Polstra, Winamac. Donald Bailsman, Medaryville. DISMISSED Ruth Dunn, Francesville Mrs. David Jett and daughter. Culver. Mrs. Kevin Wyatt and daughter, Winamac.

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