Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, March 27, 1988 PageS Area Report Week Of Services Set At All Saints Veterans Service Officer Leaving Post Cass County Veterans Service Officer Ken Schafer will leave his post April 3 Schafer, who has served as the county's first full-time veterans officer, is leaving the area to pursue other career interests in Oklahoma. The Cass County Commissioners have received 16 applications from veterans in the county for the job. The Cass County Veterans Council will select three names that will be recommended to the Cass County Commissioners. The new officer is expected to be selected sometime next month. Accident Victim Is Listed In Fair Condition MONTICELLO — A Monticello woman injured in a two-car accident south of Monticello Friday morning is listed in fair condition at White County Memorial Hospital. Melodi Monnett, 19, suffered a broken collarbone. Her car collided with another car driven by Elliott Hicks, 17, Delphi. The accident occurred at the intersection of Carroll County Road llOONandU.S. 421. Court Date In Fulton County Feticide Case ROCHESTER - A pre-trial conference date has been set for a Tiosa man who faces charges of at tempted murder and feticide. Keith A. Duff, 20, is being held on $50,000 bond in the Fulton County Jail. Fuiton Circuit Judge Douglas Morton set the conference date for April 25. The attempted murder charge stems from Duff's alleged attempt to kill his wife, Kimberly Sue, 22, in an early morning shooting March 8 in the couple's mobile home in Tiosa. The feticide charge was filed in connection with the death of the couple's daughter, Destiny Ann. who was stillborn at 2:15 a.m. March 9. Police reports indicated Kirnberly Duff had been shot with a .22-caliber rifle. Duff appeared in Fulton Circuit Court with his lawyer, R. Douglas Reading, Wabash. Judge Morton entered a plea of not guilty on both charges for Duff. The judge stipulated that if Duff .is released he is not to have any guns or firearms or any contact, with his wife or her family. Palm Sunday Celebration In Walton WALTON — The community of Walton will have a Palm Sunday celebration featuring an adult and a children's choir, special vocalists, and a Bible drama. The events begin at 7 p.m. tonight and will be in Walton Christian Church. Vocalists will be Ron Montgomery, Rev. Tom Weitzel, and Annabel Turnpaugh. A quartet featuring Sue Holverson, Sharon Thomas, Don Strasser, and Tom Mayhill will also perform. Emma Amthauer and Mary Watson were in charge of production and direction of the program. Home Destroyed By Fire Near Monticello MONTICELLO — A fire Friday morning destroyed a home southwest of Monticello just off Chalmers Road. Firefighters were called to the home of John W. Zarse, Rt. 5, Monticello, at 9:39 a. m. Monticello Fire Chief Michael Keever said the home was a house trailer with a one-story woodframe addition. He estimated the value of the home at between $20,000 and $30,000. Investigators later determined that an electrical outlet was the cause of the blaze. Keever said Zarse and his family were not at the home when the fire started and no one was hurt. Keever said Zarse was apparently in Monticello and his children were staying with a neighbor. Units from Chalmers, Brookston, Reynolds and Buffalo responded to the blaze. | *WHOLESALE* i To The "Do-it-Yourself" person Channel Master TV : antennas - amps - mast - coax - rotors. "Rohn TV | Towers "Telephones - Plugs - Jacks - Wire - Ringers. •Cobra CB's »CBantennas 'Transistors. ! TV-Radio Dist. Inc. VISA 1800, E. Broadway, Logansport Ph 219-753-2879 8:30am toipmMon -Fri., 8:30am to 3pmSat. Do you have stock in NIPSCO If you want the most current information on the NIPSCO STOCK DISTRIBUTION see your Edward D. Jones & Co. Investment Representative. We have the facts to help answer your questions, David AA. Housworth 1529 E. Market Logansport, IN. 722-4666 Edward D. Janes G Co. Members N«w York Slock Exctunoa, Ira, "Members Secuflliw Investor Protection Corporalion" Sacraments of Reconciliation will be held at All Saints Catholic Church tonight at 7 p.m. with a Communal Reconciliation with visiting priests. There will also be a Communal Reconciliation at 8p.m. Wednesday. Holy Week at All Saints will be observed as follows: On Monday, Walton Man Killed On Motorcycle KOKOMO - A rural Walton man was killed Friday evening in a motorcycle crash on Kokomo's east side. Jerry L. Eads, 24, Rt. 4, Walton, was pronounced dead on arrival at 6:53 p.m. Howard Community Hospital by Howard County Coroner Marvin Van Kley. A spokesman for the Kokomo Poiice Department said Eads died of massive head injuries. Police said Eads was driving his motorcycle eastbound on Vaile Avenue when it struck the east curb of the Calumet Street intersection. The cycle traveled through two yards in the 1500 block of Calumet Street before striking a telephone poll and a chain link fence. Eads was reportedly not wearing a helmet. Odds & Ends Associated Press The oldest "book" ever found was a hinged wooden writing tablet recovered from a Bronze Age ship that sank in the Mediterranean Sea in the 14th century B.C., says National Geographic. £ On March 31 to April 2 ^ ? The Easter ~7£( wil| l> e | delivering scripture and communion at 6:30 a.m., mass at 8 a.m. at the parish and at 2 p.m. at Miller's Merry Manor; on Tuesday, scripture and communion at 6:30 a.m., mass at 8 a.m., mass with the school at 10:30 a.m., and Chrism Mass at 7 p.m. in St. Mary's Cathedral, Lafayette; on Wed- nesday, mass at 6:30 a.m., 8 a.m., andTp.m. On Holy Thursday, there will be a mass of the Lord's Supper at 7 p.m. that will be followed by the Gift of the Eucharist that will end at midnight. On Good Friday, morning prayer will be at 8 a.m., a Celebration of the Lord's Passion at 3 p.m., and Stations of the Cross at 7 p.m. On Holy Saturday, morning prayer will be at 8 a.m. and an EasterVigiJat9p.m, Mass will be at 7:30, 9:30, and 11:30 a.m. Easter Sunday and Easter vespers will be at 5 p.m. from.,.. The BALLOON SHOPPE 415-9th St. 722-5888 mm mm make a friend v*~ ,~r, We aren't PINK anymore 722-5888 At Milter's Merry Manor we understand that a resident's number one concern is when will they return home. We do our best to insure that day comes soon. Over 50% of our annual admissions return home. In our nursing home, therapists, dieticians, doctors and nurses work very closely together. Our staff of specialists work as a professional team to make our care as effective as possible to insure a speedy recovery for our residents. After alT'There's No Place Like Home!" 722-4006 Merry Manor, Inc. Providers of 24 hour nursing care. 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