Page 2 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 29, 1988 Obituaries Robert A. Marine MONTICELLO — Robert A. Marine, 79, of 401 Sunnyside Drive, died at 2:40 p.m. Monday in St. Elizabeth's Healthcare Center. He had been ill four years, seriously ill one month. He was born Dec. 15,1908, in Indianapolis to William B. and Jenny McCollum Marine. He was married May 26, 1933, to Dorothy M. Miller, who survives. He had moved to Monticello in 1963 after living most of his life in Indianapolis. He had played banjo in and around Indianapolis in the 1920s. He was a printer for both the Indianapolis Paper Container Co. and the Monticello Herald-Journal. He retired from the Herald-Journal in 1983 after 16 years service. He was a member of the IOOF Lodge, Monticello. Also surviving are several nieces, nephews and cousins. Four brothers and three sisters preceded in death. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home, with the Rev. Don Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home, where an IOOF service will be conducted at 7 p.m. Alberta Lea 'Birtie' Quirk GALVESTON — Alberta Lea "Birtie" Quirk, 54, of 309 E. Griffith St., died at 12:30 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital, Kokomo. She had been ill one year. She was born Oct. 17, 1933. in Wabash to Albert and Ruth Jacobs. She was married Jan. 27,1952, to Max Quirk, who survives. She had lived in the Galveston area 31 years. She was employed at Delco Electronics, Kokomo. Also surviving are a son, Brian, Indianapolis; two daughters, Becky Scott, Galveston, and Denise Quirk, at home; a brother, Jay Jacobs, Warsaw; two sisters, Marilyn Hummer, Hampton, N.H., and Jennifer Price, Warsaw; and four grandchildren. A brother preceded in death. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Murray Funeral Home, Galveston Chapel, with the Rev. Warren Purcell officiating. Burial will be in Sharpsville Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Variance- Continued From Page 1 supported Taylor's efforts to use the building for manufacturing. Taylor said the available parking at the building and a fenced-in area adjacent to the building will provide adequate parking for the facility and will not involve any on-street parking in Twelve Mile. He said some workers employed at the building will be walking to work and will not need a parking space. The Tay-Mor facility on Burlington Avenue is involved in the manufacture of wire assemblies. The board also granted a special exception variance for Verna Nulf, Rt. 5, for the addition of a second mobile home on a 40-acre site near Cass County Road 500E in Clay Township. A third request from the Pisgah Church Cemetery Association also was approved. Jim Campbell, a member of the church, appeared on behalf of the association. Campbell said 1.6 acres of farmland on the north and west sides of the church t 600W and SON will be used as an addition to the cemetery. Rick Maughmer, the board's attorney, said that work has begun on a fence around a lot used by Dennis Shively on 800E and Ind. 218 for the storage of old cars. Earlier this year, Shively and his mother, Doris Anderson, were ordered by Superior Court Judge Douglas Cox to either remove the vehicles from the property or erect a fence. Bayh- Continued From Page I steps in education, he would not have lengthened the school year and would have used more money "improving the quality of education." "I'm talking about improving the At-Risk program, expanding Prime Time, and developing the already existing math and science areas." On the topic of keeping industry in Indiana, Bayh said it was a question of getting back to fundamentals rather than bidding wars. "We in Indiana need to focus on attracting business to the state through good highways, a solid environmental program, and being more competitive," Bayh said. "This includes a long-term strategic plan for where we should be by the 21st Century." On the recent gasoline tax increase, Bayh said that although no one cares for higher prices, it was necessary to raise the tax for the benefit of state roads. "Our motto is the 'Crossroads of America,' and we can only take full advantage of that if our highways are in good condition," Bayh said. "A recent study indicates that 50 percent of our bridges are structurally substandard and our roads in a state of disrepair." When talking about cutting the budget in his own office, Bayh said it was something that needed doing a long time ago. "The people who have been in government for years and years forget that the money is coming out of your pockets," Bayh said. "I got rid of my private automobile, and the $20,000-a-year position for the person who was supposed to drive me around, along with cutting the monthly phone bill and the staff by 20 percent.'' And as far as his father is concerned, Bayh assured one student that he was not going to run for the race of governor in his father's shadow. Winning Lottery Numbers DAILY GAME-1-9-2 PICK FOUR -8-1 -0-1 J. M. Druck, Publisher Don Pollltl, Bus. Mgr. Bob Noren, Adv't. Mflr. Leonard R. Fross Dean S. Jones MONTICELLO - Leonard R. Fross, 88, Rt. 3, Monticello, died at 7:23 p.m. Monday in White County Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient two days. He was born Aug. 15, 1899, in Liberty Township, White County, to Rev. Jacob M. and Ida M. Royer Fross. He was married Aug. 19, 1918, to Inez A. Thompson, who survives. He had lived all of his life in Liberty Township, residing in the same home for more than 80 years. He was a school bus driver for Liberty Township schools. He farmed and was a self-employed truck driver, hauling farm products, for 60 years. He and his wife were named the oldest married couple in the township at the Buffalo centennial in 1986. He was a member of Pike Creek Church of the Brethren. Also surviving are three daughters, Jean York, Monticello, Mary Jo Baker, Indianapolis, and June Smith, Auburndale, FJa.; a son, Leonard "Lyle", Indianapolis; eight grandchildre;n and 13 great- grandchildren. A son, two brothers, a sister and a great-grandchild preceded in death. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hughes Cemetery, White County. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Pike Creek Church of the Brethren. Robert W. Ward PERU — Services for Robert W. Ward, 82, of 11 N. Water St., will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home. He died at 9:25 p.m. Sunday in Wabash County Hospital. He was born Aug. 5, 1905, in North Manchester to Oscar and Maude Ballenger Ward. He was married March 30, 1946, to Dorothy Ellen Nichelson Funk, who survives. He was a retired civil service employee at Grissom Air Force Base. He was a member of Main Street United Methodist Church, Sons of the Union Veterans, and Elks and Moose lodges. He was past commander and a lifetime member of the American Legion. He was the editor of the Miami County Historical Society Newsletter. Also surviving are a daughter, Meda Knafla, Sartell, Minn.; two sisters, Mildred Oswalt, Huntington, and Doris Nicholson, Warren; a brother, Max, Huntington; and two grandchildren. The Rev. Carl Lemna will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park Cemetery, Logansport. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Miami County Historical Society. Correction PERU — Services for Dean S. Jones, 55, of 353 W. 12th St., will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home. He died at 12:15 p.m. Sunday in Veterans Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born Aug. 4, 1932, in Peru to Frank and Jessie Flook Jones. He was married Aug. 29, 1952, to Shirley Miller, who survives. He was manager of MAB Paint Store for 30 years. A U.S. Army veteran, he was a member of the VFW and Fraternal Order of Eagles. ' Also surviving are a daughter, Fawn, Indianapolis; a son, Timothy, Aurora, Colo.; two brothers, Frank and Don, both of Peru; five sisters, Margaret Mills, Birmingham, Ala., Mary Arnold and Martha Johnson, both of Monticello, Betty Yoars, Bunker Hill, and Kathryn Kreutzer, Peru. The Rev. George McCarty will officiate at the service. Burial will ; be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Peru. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity. Luretta 'Jean' Bunnell PERU — Services for Luretta "Jean" Bunnell, 58, of 156 W Seventh St., will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Fiowers-Leedy Funeral Home. She died at 9 p.m. Sunday in St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis She was born Oct. 23, 1929, in Logansport to Jesse and Florence Cohee Hiles. She was married Sept. i, 1946, to Ronald E. Bunnell, who survives. She was a member of Main Street United Methodist Church. Also surviving are a son, Gary Lee, Wabash; two daughters, Ronna Jean Marburger, Denver, and Julie Ann Bunnell, Peru; a brother, Vernon Hiles; a sister, Rosalea Pfifer, Logansport; and five grandchildren. The Rev. Carl Lemna will officiate at the service, Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Peru. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. Funeral Notices A Sunday story about a Winamac man who saved the life of an 11- year-old Winamac boy incorrectly attributed a statement to Tom Murray. Murray, who rescued Raymond Shakelford, said Shakelford did not tell him that he had seen two boys running from the fire scene. A Monday police report incorrectly listed the time of an accident. Dean Saurtders, 2600 Hasty Hill, was involved in an accident at 12:20 p.m., not 12:20 a.m. Saturday. FEE MONTICELLO - Graveside services for Mae L. Fee, 86, Rt. 1, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home, where Eastern Star services will be held at 7:30 p.m. " MINNICUS MONTICELLO - Services for Richard F, Minnicus, 58, Reynolds, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Reynolds. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Reynolds. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. MUSSELMAN DENVER - Services for Ryan Lee Musselman, 21, Mexico, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in McCain Funeral Home. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. RUHL DECATUR — Services for Jane Ruhl, 96, Hoagland, will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Antioch Lutheran Church, Hoagland. Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery, Hoagland. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and after 1 p.m. Wednesday in Zwick-Sefton and Jahn Funeral Home, Decatur. Police Reports Monday 8:10 a.m. ~ Theft, 529 E. Market St. Herb Dietrich, 314 Wheatland Ave., reported shelving stolen. LPD. 11:10 a.m. — Vandalism, Eastgate Plaza. Anna Hayne, 114 Park Ave., Royal Center, reported her vehicle damaged when a shopping cart rolled into it. LPD. 11:35 a.m. — Hit-and-run. Shirley Jackson, 1405 Erie Ave., reported the right rear door of her car damaged while it was parked at either Marsh or Corral supermarkets. LPD. 3:41 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Humphrey and East Mildred streets. Vehicles driven by Charles Petrie, 48, Rt. 5, and Betty White, 61, 431 Riverview St., collided. LPD. 4:14 p.m. — Hit-and-run. Tim Friend, 1126 W. Melbourne Ave., reported the tailgate, bumper and tail light on his station wagon damaged. LPD. 5:40 p.m. — Property damage, 1826 Erie Ave. Carl Mize reported ruts in his lawn apparently caused by a semi truck. LPD. 6:18 p.m. — Theft, 1025Vz Pleasant Hill St. John Emerson, 120 S. Maple St., Peru, reported a digital compact disc player and discs valued at $1,049.50 missing. LPD. 7:25 p.m. — Vandalism, Logansport Mall. Norma Coffin, 2126 E. Broadway, reported a black magic marker had been used to write on the hood of her car. LPD. 8:21 p.m. — Theft, 425 W. Market St. Cindy Delp reported a battery stolen from her car and her keys, car title and registration missing. LPD. 8:47 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Ice Cream Delight. Vehicles driven by Lance Barton, 16, Logansport, and James C. Blevins, 18, Rt. 1, collided. LPD. Fire Calls Monday 11:49 a.m. — Bomb threat, 500 Park Ave. Muehlhausen Spring. Logansport Fire Department responded. 5:18 p.m. — Gas leak, 4405 Potawatomi Road. Steve Grigsby reported a gas leak in his home. LFD. Hospital Notes Logansport BIRTHS Mark and Loretta Deardorff, Rt. 1, Macy, are the parents of a son, Anthony Lee, born Saturday in Memorial Hospital, Maternal grandparents are Richard and Joyce Briggs, Macy. Paternal grandparents are Ralph Deardorff, North Manchester, and Martha Deardorff, Peru. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McGrew, Rochester, are the parents of a . daughter. ADMITTED Merita Z. Downham, Rt. 3. Marlon L. Garrett Jr., 1016 Daisy St. Merritt Hammontree, Rt. 2. William T. Kite, 3921 Pottawatomie Rd. Sara M. McFatridge, Camden. DISMISSED Charles Albright, 209-12fh St. David Barren, 1200 N. Third St. Minnie Eckelbarger, Peru. Mrs. Hank Rentschler and daughter, Rochester. Elizabeth Weaver, Rt. 6. Monticello DISMISSED Beth Conrad, Monticello. Matthew Webb, MonticeHo. Peru BIRTHS Bryon and Jamie Norris, Peru, are the parents of a daughter. ADMITTED Megan Black, Rt. 4. Karla Blankenberger, 632 Jackson Ave. Dorothy Carson, 32 Jefferson Ave. Ruth Cover, Rt. 4. Aaron Curry, Logansport. Jamie Fry, 665 N. Broadway! (USPS317-7BO) PHAROS-TRIBUNE Dally 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 weeks—$83.20. $6.95 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 mall outside Indiana: 3 months—$32.25; 6 monttis—$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 for subscribers who transfer from carrier or motor route delivery to mall delivery. No mall 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 etfective date of any announced price Increase. Markets Grain Daniel A. Blom, Editor Allen Wilson, Circulation Mgr. Pharos established ^SS^TS^k Reporter established 1844 ® <QGC|Ug!/ 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 Logansport, Indiana, under the act of March 3,1897. 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) 2.88 off! Corn (Apr.) 1.99'/ 2 up1 Corn (May.) 2.02V 2 up1 Corn (Oct.-Nov) 2.04 unch Beans (Apr.) 6.43</2 off 3V4 Beans (May.) 6.46V4 off3'A Beans (Sept.-Oct.) .... 6.49'A off 3 PIK Certs Buying 102 percent Selling 104 percent Cass County PCP 1.75unch Gold LONDON (AP) - The dollar recovered in light trading in Europe this morning after the Bank of Japan reportedly bought dollars earlier in the Gold opened in London at a bid price of $454.80 a troy ounce, compared with late Monday's $454.00. At mid-morning today the city's five major bullion dealers fixed a recommended price of J454.70. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks prices staged a broad-based rally in early trading today following Monday's mixed performance. The Dow Jones average ot 30 industrials rose 12.77 to 1,992.54 in the first half hour of trading on Wall Street. Advancing issues outpaced declines by about 4 to 1 on the Mew York Stock Exchange, with 864 up, 220 down, and 406 unchanged. Harold Grubbs, 390 W. Boulevard. Gerald fiyals Sr. 110 Erwin St. DISMISSED Josh Akemon, Macy. Helen Campbell, 162 Canal St., to Miller's Merry Manor. Ronna Ensley, 26 Plaza Dr. AnneGuyer, 516 Oak St. Harold Hileman, 397 Washington Ave. Chester Mooney, Peru. SethWooten, Bunker Hill. Rochester BIRTHS Larry G. and Tewanna Jo Cox Smith, 112 Meadowview Trailer Park, Nappanee, are the parents of a son. ADMITTED Mary Turnpaugh, Macy. DISMISSED Debbie Davis and son, Rt. 2. Essie Franz, Culver, Hearing— Continued From Page I The hearing was held at Logansport's Holiday Inn. Nearly 200 area residents attended the hearing which was chaired by Rep. Jim Jontz, D-Brookston. Other members of the subcommittee attending were Rep. David Nagle, D-Iowa, and Rep. Ed Jones, D-Tenn. Swampbuster is designed to curb the introduction of new production acreage when the government is paying millions to farmers to keep acreage out of production. The program carries with it a provision that allows the government to pull the plug on all subsidies to farmers who don't comply. Tina McKee, Leiters Ford. Kimberly Bilby and son, 1115 Pontiac St. George Ann Griffore, 218 E. 13th St. Rose Lee Hale, Rt.4. Robert Hiers, Rt. 4, Franklin Keen, Tippecanoe. Cynthia Randall, 1219 Hill St. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weaver, Winamac, are the parents of a son. ADMITTED Jacqueline Howard, Knox. Lillian Moss, Winamac. Angela Ross, Knox. Tammy Stamper, Monterey. Gregory Zehner, Monterey. DISMISSED Charlene Hall, Medaryville. Betty Polstra, Winamac. Gregory Zehner, Monterey. Harold H. Wilson, a farmer from Peru, said he has been concerned with the implementation of both programs since the bill was passed in 1985. David L. Herbst of Rochester, the regional executive director of the National Wildlife Federation, said Swampbuster has some weaknesses. "It does not prevent farmers from destroying wetlands on their property to increase the amount of land in production. Morevover, Swampbuster results in ineligibility for benefits only if a farmer drains a wetland and produces an agricultural commodity in the converted wetland "
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