Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 25, 1988 · Page 2
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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 25, 1988
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Page 2 Poll Pharos-Tribune, Logonsport, Indiana, Friday, March 25, 198$ Continued From Page 1 When CBS and the Times asked the same question in a Feb 17-21 poll far fewer Democrats - 38 percent - said Dukakis had the best chance to beat Bush. Gephardt was next with 20 percent and Jackson had only 5 percent. On Super Tuesday, however, Dukakis and Jackson won five states apiece, while Gephardt won only his native state Gore also won five states, but in the poll that did not translate into an expectation he was more likely to beat Bush, In the Democratic primary race, 29 percent of the Democratic respondents favored Dukakis for the nomination 22 percent Jackson, 14 percent Gore, 8 percent Gephardt and 6 percent Simon. Seventeen percent said they didn't know. The support for Jackson was up from 13 percent in the February CBS-Times poll, while the support for Dukakis was up Irom 21 percent and Gore's was up from 8 percent. Gephardt previously had 12 percent, Simon, 6. The CBS-Times poll included telephone interviews of 1 271 randomly chosen registered voters nationwide from Saturday through Tuesday, of whom 528 were likely Democratic primary voters. The sampling error for the Democrats was 5 points. U.S. Continued From Page 1 The reaction of both the administration and the Congress was generally positive to the agreement reached by the Sandinistas and the Contras, which calls for a 60-day cease fire during which talks on a final settlement will take place. There is agreement among the administration and the lawmakers that the United States should provide humanitarian aid to the Contras — permitted under the agreement — but the comments of Shultz and Wright indicate the military aid issue is not dead. ' • I do think there is great merit... to have in it (the humanitarian aid package) a mechanism for a fast track vote," Shultz said. He said there should be a guaranteed early vote on "whatever the president might ask for." Wright said such a provision in the humanitarian aid package is tantamount to having a discussion of terms for divorce during a wedding ceremony. "I think it's inappropriate at this time to be anticipating failure," he added. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., a longtime Contra aid supporter, said he thought that any differences over an expedited procedure provision could be ironed out. The agreement "reduces the requirement, in our view, for lethal aid," McCain said, adding that he believes real compromise is now possible with Wright on that issue. "Our differences of opinion are not major," he said. Rep. David Bonior, D-Mich., a critic of administration policy, said he hopes the agreement will encourage the administration to turn its attention away from "a military approach, and will begin to work in the context of this agreement for a lasting peace in Nicaragua." Nicaragua ConU.ueJ From Page ] Managua to seek a permanent peace. The media celebrated the accord as promising a definitive end to the conflict with its promise to allow the Contras a role in the political process. The headline in Thursday's opposition daily La Prensa said: "Nicaragua Triumphs." In an editorial. La Prensa said "there were neither victors nor losers" and the accord had the "pragmatic aspect of bringing the government of Nicaragua and that of the United States closer together, because it is true that this tiny country cannot live in peace and progress if it doesn't reconcile with the leading power in the world." Barrieada, controlled by the Sandinistas, also called for "normalization" of relations with the United States and urged it losign theSapoa accords. The agreement "practically is cutting the umbilical cord that has nourished.Yankee,.guerrillas against Nicaragua," it said. The Contras agreed under the accord not to accept further military aid from the United States. Provisions of the agreement meet requirements of the regional peace plan signed Aug. 7 by five Central American presidents — ending the fighting, granting political amnesty and restoring democratic freedoms. The opposition says the San- dinistas promised democracy when they overthrew rightist President Anastasio Somoza in July 1979, but instead established a Marxist regime. Enrique Bolanos, president of the Private Enterprise Council and staunch critic of the government, called the pact "a miracle." In Costa Rica, President Oscar Arias said it offers "a new and firm hope that all Central Americans can live in peace." One Hurt In Accident DELPHI -- A Monticeilo teen was hospitalized today after she suffered a broken collarbone in an accident on U.S. 421 at Carroll County Road 1100N. Melodi Monnett, 19, was taken lo White County Memorial Hospital. A state police spokesman said Monnett was involved in a two-car accident at the intersection when she apparently dis- regarded a stop sign on 1100N and struck a car driven by Elliott Hicks, 17, Delphi. Hicks was driving northbound on the highway, Monnett was driving eastboundonllOON. Hicks suffered lacerations to his arms and face but refused medical treatment. The accident happened at 8:10 a.m. Damage to both vehicles was estimated at $5,000. Obituaries James B. Shavley MONTICELLO - James E ^riday in St. Francis Hospital C C ,, LCI , i.iumiu.puuo. Arrangements are pending at Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home. Clifford W. Peter iS&^^VffS^ - * 3 - CS^v= H L^SiS - »=" -j Arrangements are pending at Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home. Thelma L. Pohl BISHOP, Calif. - Services for Thelma L. Pohl, 77, Bishop, Calif., were held today in First United Methodist Church. She died Monday in her home. She was born Jan. 30,1911, in Logansport. She had lived in Bishop for 14 years. She taught school in Wasco, Calif. She was a member of United Methodist Women and Gleaners Circle. Surviving are a son, Jack, Bishop, Calif.; and three grandchildren. The Rev. Caddy Jackson officiated at the service. Burial was in East Line Street Cemetery. Brune & Buck Mortuary was in charge of the arrangements. Phyllis M. Lowling FRANCESVILLE — Graveside services for Phyllis M Lowling 220 W. James St., will be held at Will wood Burial Park, Rockfordi She died at 9 a.m. Wednesday in her home. She was the daughter of Charles and Anna Loukitis Kowall. She was married to Urban Lowling, who died in 1973. She had lived in Francesville for three years, coming to the community from Rockford, 111, Surviving are a son, James, Hubertus, Wis.; three sisters, Helen Antrim, Francesville, Enelma Snowden, Rockford, 111., and Mary Latchens, Phoenix, Ariz.; and two grandchildren. Two brothers and three sisters preceded in death. Vollmer Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Carl E. Sanders PERU - Services for Carl E. Sanders, 56, 5 Holiday Dr will be, held at 1 p.m. Monday in Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home ' } He died at 7:20 a.m. Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital Kokomo He was born Oct. 19, 1931, in Warren, Ohio, to Forrest and Ethel Sanders. He was married in 1955 to Ellen Jarzombek who, survives. ' ^ He was retired from the U.S. Air Force. Also surviving are his mother, Ethel Hemrock Leavittsburg' Ohio; stepfather, Andrew Hemrock, Leavittsburg Ohio- a son Cad Jr., Peru; four daughters, Rosemarie Bassett, Tucson Ariz , Debra Sanders, Mishawaka, Cheryl Oaks and Diana Sanders both" of Peru; two brothers, Chuck, Warren, Ohio, and Forrest' Las Vegas, Nev.; a sister, Virginia Fenton, Ashtabula, Ohio; and six^ grandchildren. * H The Rev. Ron Shaner will officiate at the service. Buriai will be in* Reyburn Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in the funeral! home. ' Funeral Notices Winning Lottery Numbers SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Thursday in the Illinois State Lottery. DAILY GAME-9-9-2 PICK FOUR-7-7-3-0 ESTIMATED LOTTO JACKPOT- $4 million ESTIMATED LOTTO 7 JACKPOT - $2 million APPLEGATE BELLFLOWER, Calif. - Memorial services for George W. Apptegate, 87, formerly of Logansport, will be held during Sunday morning services in Bellwood Baptist Church, Bellflower, Calif. BADGER PERU — Services for Howard "Red" L. Badger, 69, of 333 W. Eighth St., will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today in the funeral home. BAUMANN -• Services for Victor C. Baumannji 73, Rt. 3, will be held at 1 p.rr>£ Saturday in All Saints Catholic' Church. Burial will be in Mount, Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and & to 9 p.m. today in Kroeger Funeral Home, where the rosary will be^ recited at 7 p.m. and an Elks service^' conducted at 7:30 p. m. T TROVER • Graveside services for Royi William Troyer, 70, of New Port, Richey, Fla., will be held at 2 p.rtv Saturday in Greenlawn Cemetery,, Greentown. Ellers Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Hospital Notes BIRTHS Mark and Kim Glass, Kokomo, are the parents of a son, Mark Nicholas, born Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital, Kokomo. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zimmerman, 348 Hillcrest Dr. Paternal grandparents are Wilma Glass, Kokomo, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Glass,,. Kokomo. J.R. and Beth Howerton, Lafayette, are the parents of a daughter, Chelsea Beth, born March 3. Maternal grandparents are Norman Kesling, Logansport, and Blrdella Kesling, Kokomo. Paternal grandparents are Elmer Howerton, Lafayette, and Donna Gooden, Lafayette. Logansport BIRTHS Thomas and Sharon Miller, Rt. 1, Macy, are the parents of a son, Adrian Lloyd, born Wednesday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Sylvan and Mary Jo Eller, Brookvtlle, Ohio. Paternal grandparents are Eii and Edna Miller, Howard, Ohio. Hank and Cindy Rentschler, Rt. 1, Rochester, are the parents of a daughter, Colleen Grace, born Thursday In Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Frank and Rita Richter, Rt. 6, Rochester. Paternal grandparent is Kate Rentschler, Rt. 1, Rochester. ADMITTED Edythe Bender, 1015-20th St. ., ,MinnjsEckelbarger, Peru. Shirley A. Parkevich, 1003-21st SI. . Ruth Rombold, 1611 George St. DISMISSED Mrs. Randy Brandt and son, Royal Center. Ernest James, 1900 N. Third St. Mrs. Thomas Miller and son, Macy. Kenneth Walters, 105 Seybold St. *** Kerry Stratton, 2123 Westgate Dr., Logansport, is in Intensive Care Unit, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis. Monticello DISMISSED Misty Bertram, Monticello. Scott Bishop, Monticello. Elma Hickman, Monticello. Dora Imer, Monticello. Mrs. Mark Kelly and daughter, Monticello. James Keller, Monticeilo. Mrs. Robert Lane and son, Monticello. John Loy, Reynolds. Mrs. Jerry Morehouse and son, Monticelto. Kay Scott, Monticello. flo.sey.vyatso.n, M.onticellq. Peru ADMITTED Robert Bishop, Rt. 5. SelinaFlynn, Wabash. Roger Holsclaw, Milford. Terry Jones, Macy. Gene Kunkle, 82 N. Lafayette St. Eva Rosier, 395 Duke St. Steven Thompson, Grissom AFB. DISMISSED Matthew Burnell, 559 E. Third St. Roger Holsclaw, Milford. Melissa Patrick, 74'/2 S. Broadway. Rochester BIRTHS Roger and Lisa Hazlett Burton, 403 E. Grand Ave., Bourbonnais, III., are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Davis, Rt. 1, are' the parents of a son. ADMITTED George Carter, Akron. Adam Cheek, Rochester. Rose Hale, Rochester. Kyle* Fenstermaker, Rochester. Jane Reynolds, Rochester, tieorge Ann Gr'lMorej 'Rochester.. Essie Franz, Culver. DISMISSED t, Devonna White, Rochester. r Walter White, transferred to Veterj ans Hospital, Fort Wayne. , Larry Barnes, Akron. Edna Mclntire, Rochester. Marian Dunn, Rochester. * Linda Davis, Rochester. 3 Linda Baty, Argos. ^ Freda McCullough, Rochester. Winamac ADMITTED John Tripenseldas, Winamac. DISMISSED Tonya Ash, Monterey. Amy Kestle, Star City. Police Reports TODAY'S AGENDA THE SOUTHEASTERN SCHOOL BOARD will meet in executive session at 7:30 p.m. for the purpose of interviewing prospective applicants. (USPS 317-780} PHAROS-TRIBUNE Daily and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) $1.60 per week by carrier In all cities and towns; Prepayment In office 13 weeks—$20.80, 28 weeks—$41.60, 52 wesks--$B3.20, (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 months—J29.25; 6 months—$51.75; 1 year—$90.00. By mall outside Indiana: 3 months—$32.25; 8 months—$57.25; 1 year—$105.50. All mall subscriptions payable In advance. An adjustment will be made to the expiration date on a pro-rata basis for subscribers who transfer from carrier or molor route delivery to mail delivery. No mall subsorlpllons where carrier or motor service Is maintained. On all subscriptions paid In advance publisher reserves the right lo 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. Tuesday 6:20 a.m. — Property-damage accident, Cass County Road 600W and U.S. 24 west. A car driven by Robert Beebout, 19, 428 Ridgeview Estates, struck a deer. Cass County Police. Wednesday 1:42 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Emmet Drive. A truck driven by David L. Shockey, 35, 601 Shultz St., struck a parked vehicle owned by Harry Baker, 2725 Emmet Drive. Logansport Police Department. Thursday 3:17 a.m. — Theft, 700 block of Ninth Street. Jason Casady, 910 N. Third St., reported $1,400 in cash stolen from his wallet which was stolen from his car. LPD. 6:53 a.m. — Property-damage accident, Heath Street and West Melbourne Avenue. Vehicles driven by Betty McQuiston, 58, Rt. 1, Galveston, and Joseph Dague, 45, Rt. lided. LPD. 8 a.m. - Vandalism, 217-15th St. Shawna Wilson reported her car mirror shattered. LPD. 8:56 a.m. — Property-damage accident, Jefferson and 18th streets. Vehicles driven by Virgil Zellers, 60, Kewanna, and Joyce Smith, 33, 708 Stadium Drive, collided. LPD. 10 a.m. — Breaking and entering, 110-13th St. Clara Tousley reported entry to her house. Several drawers were ransacked. LPD. 10:21 a.m. — Theft, 52 High Point Apartments. Bernard Bashore reported his billfold containing $90 stolen. LPD. 10:26 a.m. — Property-damage accident, Cicott and West Market streets. Vehicles driven by Barry See, 19, Rt. 1, Twelve Mile, and Donna Adams, 38, Columbus, col- 2:50 p.m. — Arrest. Joseph L. Gripe, 34, Rt. 1, Walton, was arrested on a Class D felony charge of intimidation. CCP. 4:45 p.m. — Arrest. Kimberly Buck, 22, 1329 E. Market St., was arrested on a warrant charge of check deception. CCP. 7:51 p.m. — Theft, 101 Mall Rd. Brian Kepner reported speakers stolen from his unlocked car. LPD. 9:22 p.m. — Mischief, Riverside Park. A Scott Baker, address unknown, was reportedly hit in the mouth by an unidentified male. LPD. Friday 12:13 a.m. — Recovered vehicle, One Berry Lane. Jeff Branum, 3009 Tomlinson Drive, reported his stolen truck recovered at Logansport High School. LPD. 12:45 a.m. — Property-damage accident, Cass County Road 600E and 500S. A car driven by Kelly Wiley, 13, 1307 George St., was damaged by another unidientified vehicle. She was cited on a charge of operating a vehicle without having a license CCP. 2:49 a.m. — Theft/arrests, Myers\ Lanes. Tim Marocco, 18, and a 17- A year-old male juvenile were ar-. rested on charges of theft in connection with the reported theft of cassettes, speakers, tapes ano\. jackets from cars in The Loft Lounge! parking lot. CCP. 7 3:26 a.m. — Arrest. James BrownA 57, 1826 High St., was arrested on a? charge of driving while intoxicated.* CCP. » 6:59 a.m. - Vandalism, 1505 E. Market St. James Birnell reported the front windshield of his car broken. LPD. Markets Don Pollltt, Bus. Mgr. Bob Noren, Adv't. Mgr. J. M. Druck, Publisher Daniel A. Blom, Editor Allan Wilson, Circulation Mgr. Pharos established ^S^^^^ Reporter established 1844 ®^§lx£risl? 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 postage paid at Logansporl, Indiana, under the act of March 3,1887. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION ALL DEPARTMENTS PHONE 219-722-5000 Grain The mldmorning cash prices, at Indiana Grain, Logansport: Wheat (cash) no bid Wheat (July) 2.94 off 2 Corn(M«r.) 1.97 up2 Corn (Apr.) 1.98up2 Corn (Oct.-Mov) 2.04 up2'A Be«n»(M»r.) 6.40Vj up'A Bains (Apr.) 6.41% up V5 Being (S«pt.-Oct.) 6.50 up 1 PIK Certs Buying 102 percent Sailing 104 percent CMS County PCP 1.74 unch Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana direct hog market at 70 yards and markets Friday. Barrows and gilts uneven, mostly 50 cents to 75 cents higher. Demand mostly light. US 1-2 210-250 Ibs 42.00-43.00, plant delivered to 43.50. US 1-3 210-260 Ibs 41.50-42.50. Sows: under 500 Ibs steady to 1.00 lower. Over 500 Ibs steady. US 1-3 300-500 Ibs 31.00-34.00. US 1-3 500-650 Ibs 32.00-34.00, with few at 35.00. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. (AP) - Hofls: 2,500 trading active, as compared to Thursday's close; barrows and gilts .75 to mostly 1.00 higher. 1-3 220-270 Ib 43.50-44.00; 2-3 260-270 Ib 43.25-43.50; 3-4 270300 Ib 41.00-43.00; 1-2 200-220 Ib scarce. Sows: all welflhls mostly j steady; 1-3 300-500 Ib 34.00-35.00; over 500 Ib 35.00-37.00. Boars: over 300 Ib 35.75; under 300 Ib 35.00-35.25. Cattle and calves: 0. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Hogs 500. Barrows and gilts active, 50 cents to 75 cents higher, instances 1.00 up. US 1-3 225-260 Ibs 43.5IH4.00, with many at 44.00. US 2-3 240-280 Ibs 42.00-43.50. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market headed lower today in a carryover of selling from Thursday's sharp drop. The Dow Jones average of 30 ndustrials slipped .83 to 2,023.04 in the first half hour of trading. Losers outnumbered gainers by about 7 to 5 In the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange- listed Issues, with 418 up, 575 down and 444 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 23.23 million shares as of 10a.m. on Wall Street. After tumbling Thursday In foreign exchange, the dollar showed signs of steadying today. Interest rates, which had contributed to the stock market's woes by rising Thursday morning, dropped back a bit. Koppers Co. rose % to 59*. Bearer PIC of Britain raised its offer for the company from $56 a share to $60 a share. Among actively traded blue chips, International Business Machines gained H to 11 OH and American Telephone 4 Telegraph added Vd to 27'A, while General Electric lost <* to 41 >A. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks dropped M to 148.96. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down .47 at 296.83. On Thursday the Dow Jones industrial average fell 43.77 points to 2,023.87. Declining Issues outnumbered advances by more than 5 to 1 on Ihe NYSE, with 259 up, 1,373 down and 349 unchanged. Big Board volume totaled 184.91 million shares, against 167.37 million in the previous session.

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