Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 27, 1988 · Page 12
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Page 12 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, March 27, 1988 spelling Bee winners Wiiiamac Man Saves Boy Move To Regional Rolls him in coat to extinguish fire Twin Lakes Bill Ward, 11, son of Donald and Karen Ward, 322 N. Illinois St., Monticello, was crowned the 1988 spelling bee champion for Twin Lakes School Corporation. The sixth-grade student at Roosevelt Middle School will represent his county in the Five-County Regional Spelling Bee sponsored by the Pharos- Tribune to be held at 2 p.m. April 16 in McHale Auditorium. Bill won the annual bee by correctly spelling "adept." Melissa Criswell, 14, daughter of Tim and Leesa Criswell, Rt. 1, Burnettsville, was the runner-up. She is an eighth- grader from Roosevelt. North White Ward Criswell WINAMAC — A Winamac man is being credited with saving the life of an 11-year-old Winamac boy Thursday. Raymond Shakelford, son of Sandra Souser, Winamac, was burned in a fire and explosion on the northwest side of town on a lot where used barrels were stored. Shakelford suffered second and third degree burns and was listed in satisfactory condition Saturday at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis. Tom J. Murray, Winamac, covered Shakelford with a coat and rolled him on the ground to extinguish the fire. Shakelford was burned when he went to investigate smoke he saw coming from an area where used empty barrels were stored. According to Winamac Fire Chief Dave Barr, the barrels had a type of petroleum residue inside. Barr said the lot was recently purchased by Farm Bureau Co-op which is located nearby on Madison Street. Murray was near the scene of the fire putting a fertilizer tank on his truck at Farm Bureau Co-op when he heard a "big boom." Murray said he saw a cloud of black smoke and heard a child screaming after the explosion. He then saw the boy on fire and ran toward Shakelford, who was running in circles until he heard Murray calling to him. According to Murray, Shakelford suffered the worst burns on his back below the waist. He said the boy's hair had also been on fire. Murray said that he tried to get as much clothing off Shakelford as he could without hurting him. Murray said Shakelford told him he went to see what was causing the smoke and shortly after he found the fire, there was an explosion. Murray said Shakelford told him he had seen two boys running from the fire. The Winamac Fire Department responded with two trucks and 14 men. The Pulaski County Ambulance transported Shakelford to Pulaski Memorial Hospital where he was treated before being transferred. An investigator from the state fire marshal's office will investigate the cause of the fire Monday, according to Barr. The winner of the Regional Spelling Bee will travel to Washington, D.C., to compete in the National Spelling Bee during the last week in May. All expenses will be paid by the Pharos-Tribune. 4 Injured In Medaryville Accident Johnny Kurdelak, 11-year-old son of Gerald and Loretta K. Kurdelak, Rt. 5, Monticello, was able to spell "adjacent" correctly to win the North White Spelling Bee. The sixth-grader will represent his school next month in the Pharos-Tribune's Five County Regional Spelling Bee at 2 p.m., April 16, in McHale Auditorium. Runner-up was Heidi Green, 13, daughter of Jackie and Mike Tarn, Rt. 1, Monticello. Tri-County MEDARYVILLE - Four Medaryville residents were injured in a one-car accident Friday night on U.S. 421 north of Medaryville. Melissa N. McCarty, 17, Scott P. Mcllvain, 19, Tammy L. Mcllvain, 15, and Curtis L. McCarty, 6 Vz months, suffered minor cuts and abrasions. They were treated and released at Pulaski Memorial Hospital. McCarty was driving when the car went off the road and she was unable to steer it back onto the road. The car sideswiped a utility pole and struck a rock embankment head-on. Pulaski County Deputy John Uuhnovsky estimated the car was traveling 25 to HO miles per hour at the time of impact,. Duhriovsky said it appeared that alJ four occupants hit the windshield when the car struck the embankment. Duhnovsky said the baby was being held by Area Report Kurdelak Green Street Sweeping Resumes In City Monday Beginning Monday, the Logansport Street Department will begin its second shift of street sweeping. Weather permitting, the city's street sweeper will be cleaning all streets east of Burlington Avenue. Residents who live in the area affected are being asked to make arrangements for off-street parking. Flora Plans Sunrise Service On Easter FLORA — Flora Community's Easter Sunrise Service will be at 6:30 a.m. in Flora United Methodist Church. The Flora Community Choir will perform a cantata. Jenny Smith, 13-year-old daughter of David Smith, Rt. 1, Brookston, is Tri-County's 1988 Spelling Bee Champion. The seventh-grade student spelled "domineering" correctly to capture the title. Runner-up was Amy Teel, 13, daughter of Randy and Brenda Teel, Rt. 1, Wolcott. She is an eighth-grader. Jenny will compete with other county winners at 2 p.m., April 16, in Mchale Auditorium in the Five County Regional Spelling Room And Board Rates Will Rise At Ball State MUNCIE (AP) — Room and will be $2,448 for the year bOM-d rates for Ball State Un- beginning in September, up 6.9 iversisty students will increase percent from $2,295 this year, $243 in the fall following action said Rae Goldsmith. Friday by the school's board of trustees, a spokeswoman said. The cost for a 21-meal board Bee that is sponsored annually Rates for a double occupancy plan will be $1,449; up from Smith Teel by the Pharos-Tribune. room in a campus residency hall $1,359 this year. Police Slaying Verdict Is Guilty RICHMOND (AP) — A Wayne Superior Court jury found Marvin D. Castor guilty Friday of murdering former Hancock County Sheriff Malcolm E. Grass during a Shootout two years ago. The jury was to begin hearing evidence Saturday on whether Castor, 47, of Greenfield, should die in the electric chair at the Indiana State Prison. Castor interrupted final proceedings several times, trying to retake the stand to present evi- dence he said would prove his innocence. Judge Robert L. Reinke warned Castor several times to behave, and the defen- dent finally was escorted from the courthouse. Grass, then a deputy sheriff, died from a ricocheting bullet on May 8, 1986. The shooting occurred in the driveway of a Hancock County service station as he and five FBI agents moved in to arrest the defendant and his brother, Gerald D. Castor, 38, of Greenfield, on extortion charges. Marvin Castor, who testified in his own defense, admitted shooting Grass but argued the victim and the other lawmen did not identify themselves and that he feared for his life, suspecting they might be organized crime hitmen. The brothers were suspects in a $250,000 extortion scheme %J SERVICE CENTER "Complete Appliance Service On All Brands" Appliances, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Microwaves Parts Sales and Used Appliances • Open- Monday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue. thru Fri. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Thursday Factory Authorized Service For 20 Major Brand Names Two Locations 423 E. 9th, Rochester, Phone 223-3823 318 E. 5th, Logansport, Phone 753-4747 KINGS HATCHERY & FEEDS HAVE LIVE DUCKLINGS, BUNNIES, AND CHICKS TO DELIGHT THE KIDS AT EASTER HATCHERY tthondNonh KINGS AND FEEDS 7533718 Scott Mcllvain in the front passenger seat. None of the occupants was wearing a seatbelt. 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Prosecutors said Castor could not claim he was trying to protect himself in the incident because he was carrying a handgun without a permit at the time. Since he was committing a crime, the self-defense claim was inadmissable in court, attorneys said. Castor also was found guilty on the weapons charge. Indiana's Finest Furniture Store I HOLY WEEK AT TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 7th & Market St. Palm Sunday, March 27 7:30 am Liturgy of the Palms & Mass (Rite I) 10:00 am Liturgy of the Palms with Solemn Procession & Mass (Rite II) Holy Monday 6:30 pm Mass Holy Tuesday 9:00 am Mass Holy Wednesday 6:30 pm Mass Maundy Thursday, March 31 6:30 pm Mass of the Last Supper Washing of Feet & All-Night Watch at the Altar of Repose Good Friday, April 1 Noon The Good Friday Liturgy, Singing of the Passion, Solemn Collects, Veneration of the Cross & Mass of the Pre-Sanctified 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Confessions Holy Saturday, April 2 8:30 am Liturgy of the Tomb 11:00 PM THE GREAT EASTER VIGIL Blessing of the Paschal Candle, The Prophecies, Renewal of Baptismal Vows & the First Mass of Easter. Easter Sunday, April 3 7:30 am Dawn Mass of Easter 10:00 am Day Mass of Easter 6:00 pm Great Pashca! Vespers ^^ 7 . 75 % THE HIGHEST CD RATE AVAILABLE! IN LOGANSPORT IF&M FDIC Logansport 722-2274 Walton-Galveston

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