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Page 2 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 30, 1988 Raid- Obituaries Continued From Page 1 The information from those will be sealed pending a grand jury investigation. A Frankfort newspaper today reported that a raid had closed Mac and Jack's Smoke Room in Sentence Frankfort for four hours Tiies- Deborah LyiHl WUH day. Other cities involved in the raid are reportedly Lafayette and Crawfordsville. A Crawfordsville newspaper reported in today's edition that two search warrants had been issued there. Stanley T. Antonelli Sr. Continued From Page 1 timony should have been introduced during the trial. Leeman said he was unaware that Maughmer was going to introduce Pezet's testimony and said he had not had adequate time to prepare for it. "We may be here all day, your honor, because of Mr. Leeman's lack of preparation," Maughmer said. "I'm just a simple Cass County lawyer and if someone forced me into a bank robbery, I'd consider that an aggravating circumstance," Maughmer said. After considerable argument, Judge Cox allowed Pezet to testify briefly. Wright testified that he had written a letter of apology to the Twelve Mile branch bank without the consent of his legal counsel. "The last eight or nine months have been a prison for me," said Wright. "I've more than learned Horses my lessons. If there was a way to repay this debt for all three of us, I'd do it." During final arguments, Leeman asked Cox to impose the minimum sentence of six years which was consistent with the recommendation of the court's probation officer. Maughmer asked for 10 years. Cox told Wright that there was "no happy solution" to his case. "It is regrettable that it's happened," he said. Cox said the mitigating and aggravating circumstances in the case were offsetting. Cox ordered Wright, who admitted to being under the influence at the time he committed the robbery, to complete an alcohol rehabilitation program and ordered him not to purchase alcohol or go into an establishment where alcohol is sold during his probation period. Chapman and Pezet will be tried later this year. Continued From Page 1 she said. She described two horses confined in a small building with a sloped roof that prevented them from standing up straight. Theresa Hammons, a Fulton County humane officer in 1987, and Andrea Sellers, associate director of the Elkart Humane Society, in separate testimonies, gave descriptions similar to Straub's. Jim Smith, a farrier, who has treated Baker's horses, testified that Halfast first called him in 1985 to go to the Baker farm. At that time, one mare had extreme growths curling on her feet, which idicated lack of care, he said. He last treated the horses about two years ago, he said. Also testifying for the state, were veterinarians Dr. John Huffer of the Lakeville Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Michael Walsh of the Akron Animal Clinic. Huffer said he visited the Baker farm at the request of the Fulton County Humane Society. He noticed that the "most glaring problems was the neglect of the horses feet," which showed they were not receiving adequate nutrition. Steve Walters, a grain and beef cattle farmer, testified that he delivered hay to the Baker farm about every two weeks or when the horses needed it during the winters of 1986 and 1987. He said it was the same quality hay of alfalfa and grass mix that he sold to other customers. Walters said Baker used an old washing machine for watering the horses. In the cold weather, he saw the ice on the surface of the tub was broken, so he knew the horses were getting water, he said. He said he last delivered hay on the morning of the day the horses were impounded. Mary Jane VanDuyne, who said she has known Baker "since she was a little girl," testified that in the early winter of 1987 she saw bales of hay behind the barn. VanDuyne said there were water hydrants in the center of the barn. "Maybe people didn't recognize those," she said. She noted that Baker would fill the washing machine with water and transport the water to the horses in buckets. VanDuyne said that she has seen Baker go hungry to feed her horses. Jury deliberations are expected to start today. Special judge Dean Colvin of Marshall County Court is hearing the case. Dole Continued From Page 1 Bush, with an insurmountable delegate lead, called Dole while campaigning in Wisconsin to thank him for a "very generous statement." He added, "It's been a hard-fought campaign and I respect the tenacity of Bob Dole." Only Pat Robertson remains in the GOP race as a stubborn challenger to Bush. Robertson conceded "it seems obvious" that Bush would be the nominee but said he won't withdraw as a candidate. Dole formally withdrew surrounded by family and friends in the Senate Caucus Room, scene of Watergate and Iran-Contra hearings. A supportive audience of Senate and House colleagues jammed the room. Also present were two former senior aides to the campaign, David Keene and Don Devine, who because of the public manner of their firings were reminders of the Dole campaign's internal divisions and ineptitude. Dole's withdrawal must have been painful for a candidate who, in the glow of his lead-off victory in Iowa, could see the nomination almost within his grasp. TODAY'S AGENDA The Logansport/Cass County Library board of directors will meet at 7 p.m. in the library. (USPS 317-780) PHAROS-TRIBUNE Dally and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) $1.60 per weak by carrier In all cities and towns; Prepayment In office 13 weeks—$20.80, 26 weeks—$41.60, 52 weeks—$33.20. $6.95 per month by motor route: 3 months—$20.85, 8 months—$41.70, 1 year—$83.40. By mall In Indiana where no carrier or motor route service maintained: 3 months—$29.25; 8 months—$51.75; 1 year—$90.00. By mall outside Indiana: 3 months-$32.25; 8 monins-J57.25; 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 Ihe 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 effective date of any announced price Increase. Don Potlltt, Bus. Mgr. Bob Noren, Adv't. Mgr. J. M. Druck, Publisher Daniel A. Blom, Editor Allen WlHon, Circulation Mar. Pharos established ^Sr^X^SSv Reporter established 1844 ® ^jj>GGW£p 1889 Journal established Tribune established 1849 N-5 1907 Logansport Press established 1921 Published by Logansporl Newspapers, Inc., 517 East Broadway, Logansport, Indiana 46947. Second class postage paid at Logansporl, Indiana, under the act of March 3,1897. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION ALL DEPARTMENTS PHONE 219-722-5000 BUNKER HILL - Deborah Lynn Williams, 37, Rt. 1, Bunker Hill, died at 3:12 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital, Kokomo. She was born Oct. 17, 1950, in Knox to Herman and Margaret O'Brien Alcorn. Her mother survives in LaPorte. She was married June 17, 1978, to David L. Williams, who survives. She was employed at Howard Community Hospital. She was a member of St. Charles Catholic Church, Peru. Also surviving are a daughter, Cara, and two sons, Quinn and Jake, all at home; a sister, Cynthia Hardel, LaPorte; and two brothers, Aaron, Valparaiso, and Brett, LaPorte. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Charles Catholic Church, Peru, with the Rev. Robert Williams officiating. Burial will be in St. Charles Catholic Church Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday in Allen Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to a trust fund for the education of her children at Wabash Valley Bank and Trust. Anita Mae Carter Lukander PERU — Services for Anita Mae Carter Lukander, 22, Atlantic Beach, Fla., will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home. She died March 17 in Florida. She was born Oct. 21, 1965, in Peru to Thomas D. Sr. and Opal Hurt Carter, who survive at Rt. 2, Peru. She was married May 9, 1987, to Chief Petty Officer, 2nd Class, William E. Lukander, who survives. She was a U.S. Navy Airman stationed at Mayport Naval Air Station, Atlantic Beach, Fla. She was a 1984 graduate of North Miami High School, Denver, and a 1984 graduate of Upper Wabash Vocational School. Also surviving are a brother, Thomas D. Carter, Peru; a sister, Barbara J. Fitzpatriek, Chili; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hurt, Rt. 2; and several nieces and nephews. The Rev. John Campbell will officiate at the service. Burial will be in Chili Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday in the funeral home. William W. Selmer FRANCESVILLE - William W. Selmer, 75, Francesville, died at 8:05 a.m. Tuesday in Jasper County Hospital, Rensselaer. He was born June 10, 1912, in Medaryville, to Gust and Anna Hoppe Selmer. He was married July 4,1935, in Medaryville to Hilda C. Tetzloff, who survives. A retired farmer, he was a lifelong resident of the Francesville area. He was a member of St. James Salem United Church of Christ. Also surviving are two daughters, Beverly Stein, Winona, Minn., and Judy Cords, Medaryville; a sister, Edna Selmer, Francesville; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A brother and a sister preceded in death. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St. James Salem United Church of Christ, with the Rev. Roger Peterson officiating. Burial will be in Roseland Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and from 8 to 10 a.m. Friday in Vollmer Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the church. Hospital Notes Stanley T. Antonelli Sr., 69, of 2105 Chieftain Row, died at 11:10 a.m. Tuesday in Memorial Hospital. He was born March 27, 1919, in Warren, Ohio. He was married Sept. 29,1945, to Colleen F. Ricci, who survives. He retired in 1983 from General Tire. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of All Saints Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, the Eagles and William Paca lodges. Also surviving are two sons, John, Heidelberg, West Germany, and Stanley T. II, 416 Hanna St.; two brothers, Elmer, 728 Hawthorne Lane, and Louis, Warren, Ohio; and two grandchildren. Two brothers and a sister preceded in death. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in All Saints Catholic Church, with the Rev. John Kinney officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday in Marocco Funeral Chapel, where the rosary will be recited at 6:30 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to All Saints Catholic School. Cleo Joe Wideman AKRON — Cleo Joe Wideman, 90, formerly of Akron, died at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Canterbury Manor Nursing Home, Rochester. He was born July 8, 1897, in Akron to John Alexander and Mary Barnes Wideman. He was married in March 1921 in Akron to Sarah Marie Shriver, who died in April 1966. He was married in June 1968 in Kendallville to Dorothy Rowlison, who died in December 1987. He was a retired mason. He was a member of Akron Church of God and served on the church board of directors. Surviving are a daughter, Ardella Fredenburg, Riviera, Ariz.; two sons, Harold, Akron, and Willis, Macy; three brothers, Homer and Ed, both of Akron, and Clayton, Amboy; three stepsons, Worthy Rowlison, Greenville, Tenn., Kenneth Rowlison, Kendallville, and Gene Rowlison, Edgerton, Ohio; a stepdaughter, IMS Hoch, Edgerton, Ohio; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and several stepgrandchildren and stepgreat-grandchiidren. A son, four brothers, and three sisters preceded in death. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Akron Church of God, with the Rev. James Malbone officiating. Burial will be in Nichols Cemetery, Akron. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in Hartzler Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Akron Church of God Memorial Fund. Winning Lottery Numbers SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) - Here are the winning numbers selected Tuesday in the Illinois State Lottery. DAILY GAME-5-3-1 PICK FOUR-7-2-1-1 ESTIMATED LOTTO-7 JACKPOT- $2 million ESTIMATED LOTTO JACKPOT - $8 million Funeral Notices Logansport BIRTHS Jeff and Rhonda Allen, Rt. 1, Royal Center, are the parents of a daughter, Aubrey Michelle, born Tuesday In Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Ron and Carol Hodge, Rt. 1, Royal Center. Paternal grandparents are Joe arid Kathy Allen, Rt. 1, Logansport, and Jim and Martyne Ray, Caldwell, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Liming, Rt. 4, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wray, Peru, are the parents of a daughter. ADMITTED Rita K. Brink, 3130 High St. Ruby Engle, Fairfax Apartments. Brenda Malott, Macy. Gertrude Mattson, 204-25th St. Helen Wagner, Peru. DISMISSED Krystal L. Cook, 1417 North St. Mrs. Mark Deardorff and son, Macy. Mrs. James Loutourrette and daughter, Rt. 4. Alice Mohler, 728 Lynnwood Dr. Gloria Nuff and daughter, Monticello. Mrs. Michael Pickens and daughter, Lucerne. Doris Selance, 2221 Jefferson St. Monticello DISMISSED Marie Crutchfield, Monticello. Emma Dillon, Monon. Ellen Haas, Monticello. Melody Munnett, Monticello. Evelyn Putman, Burnettsvllle. FROSS MONTICELLO - Services for Leonard R. Fross, 88, Rt. 3, 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. today in the funeral home. JONES 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. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Peru. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. MARINE MONTICELLO - Services for Robert A. Marine, 79, of 401 Sunnyside Dr., will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home, where an IOOF service will be conducted at 7 p.m. QUIRK GALVESTON - Services for Alberta Lea "Birtie" Quirk, 54, of 309 E. Griffith St., will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Murray Funeral Home, Galveston Chapel. Burial will be in Sharpsville Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. 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. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park Cemetery, Cass County. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. Police Reports Tuesday 10:45 a.m. — Personal-Injury accident, 18th Street and Ind. 435. Vehicles driven by Robert Perry, 23, 705-12th St., and James Larue, 53, Willlamsbury, Ohio, collided. Perry complained of head pain. Larue was not injured. Michelle Perry, 18, a passenger In the Perry vehicle, suffered leg contusions. CCP. 12:20 p.m. — Breaking and enter- Ing, Logansport High School. Bill Hunter, 1721 Erie Ave., reported a Fuzzbuster valued at $130 stolen from his car. Logansport Police Department Investigated. 2 p.m. — Property damage, 114- 15th St. William Bodell, 716-17th St., reported the front door of the house kicked In. LPD. 2:25 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Fifth Street and East Broadway. Cars driven by Lucy Powlen, 73, 45 Eberts Road, and Ralph James, 65, Rt. 6, collided. LPD. 2:48 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Second and East Market streets. Vehicles driven by Michael Adams, 32, 305-19th St.,'and Jeffrey Roller, 20, Rt. 6, collided. LPD. 3:08 p.m. — Property-damage accident/arrest, 500 block of Burlington Avenue. A truck driven by Sandy Green, 25, 331 Grove St., struck a utility pole and damaged sod at the home of Joe Huffman, 519 Burlington Ave. Green was later arrested at his home on a charge of driving while intoxicated. LPD. 3:22 p.m. — Property-damage ac- cident, Fifth and High streets. Vehicles driven by Linda K. Gibbs, 40, 830 Biddle St., and Lena Widner, 50* Rt. 1, Galveston, collided. LPD. 5:14 p.m. — Property-damage accident, 24th and East Market streets. Vehicles driven by Bradley Rude, 17, Rt. 1, Royal Center, and Mary Marrls, 61, 200 E. Madison St., Delphi, collided. LPD. 7 p.m. — Arrest. David Fellers, 50, 2226 North St., was arrested on a warrant charge from Pulaski County. CCP. 7:08 p.m. — Personal-injury accident, U.S. 24 and 37th Street. Cars driven by Kellie Farrls, 16, 1508 George St., and Kurtis Gordon, 18, Rt. 4, Peru, collided. Farrls complained of neck pain. LPD. 7:15 p.m. — Vandalism, 400 block of 10th Street. Scott Starr, 807 Marleton Road, reported the left rear fender of his car scratched. LPD. 9:05 p.m. — Broken window, 101 Mall Rd. Dixie L. Strong reported a bedroom window shattered. LPD. Fire Calls Tuesday 5:25 p.m. — Car fire, Ind. 25 and Cass County Road 75N. A fire started In the engine compartment and dash area of a car owned by Karen Scott, 211 Wheatiand Ave. Logansport Fire Department responded. 8:39 a.m. — Assist ambulance, Ind. 29 south. Firemen were called to assist an ambulance call in Carroll. County one mile south of the Cass-, Carroll County line. LFD. Markets The mldmornlng cash prices, at Indiana Grain, Logansport: Wheat (cash) no bid Wheat (July) 2.91 up 2 CorMApr.) 1.99% offl Com (May.) 2.01 offl Corn (Oct.-Nov) 2.02V4 off V4 Beana (Apr.) 8.42'A unch Beana (May.) 8.44'A unch Beans (Sept.-Oct.).... 8.48'A unch PIK Certs Buying 101 percent Selling 103 percent Caaa County PCP 1.76 up 1 Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Hogs 500. Barrows and gilts moderately active, steady. US 1-3 230-255 Iba 43.00-43.50. About 35 head at 43.75. US 2-3 235-275 Ibs 42.00-43.00. US 2-4 280-285 Ibs 41.00. US 3-4 285-315 Ibs 38.00-40.00. Sows: moderately active, steady In a light test. US 1-3 450-725 Ibs 38.00-38.50. Cattle 25. Not tested. Gold LONDON (AP) - The dollar rose against moat major currencies In sluggish European trading this morning aa volume tapered off before the Easier break. Gold prices eased. Dealers predicted volume would remain thin through Good Friday and the dollar would likely trade around Its present levels until after the Easter weekend. The Bank of Japan Intervened for the second straight day to support the dollar, but traders In Frankfurt said the market reacted mildly because the amount of dollars purchased by Japan's central bank was apparently small. Traders said, however, that the Intervention served Its purpose by reviving market tears of concerted central bank Intervention. "There are a lot of traders around who want to sell dollars but are afraid to do so," said a dealer at a major West German bank In Frankfurt. Traders said the dollar had gained some support from recent statistics that indicate Ihe U.S. economy Is robust. "The underlying sentiment Is still certainly bearish on the dollar, but not aggressively so," said one trader with a major European commercial bank In Milan. In Tokyo, where trading ends before Europe's business day begins, the dollar rose 1.06 yen to a closing 125.43 Japanese yen. Later, In London, It fell back to 125.28 yen. Other dollar rates at midmorning, compared with late Tuesday: • 1.8705 West German marks, up from 1.6810 • 1.3790 Swiss francs, up from 1.3735 • 5.8587 French francs, from 5.8280 • 1.8784 from 1.8890 • 1,236.50 Italian lire, up from 1,232.50 • 1.2382 Canadian dollars, down from 1.2363 In London, the dollar rose against Ihe British pound. It cost 11.8615 to buy one pound, cheaper than J1.8705 late up Dutch guilders, up Tuesday. Gold opened In London at a bid price of $454.50 a troy ounce and at mfdmorning, the city's five major bullion dealers fixed a recommended price of $454.00. Both were down from Tuesday's late bid of $454.75. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market headed higher today, following through on Tuesday's /ally. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 7.79 to 2,006.13 in the first half hour of trading. Gainers outnumbered losers by about 2 to 1 In the early tally of New York Stock Exchange- listed Issues, with 632 up, 313 down and 474 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 23.01 million shares at of 10 a.m. on Wall Street.

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