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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, March 31, 1988
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Page 2 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 31, 1988 Animal— Continued From Page 1 near North Manchester and the horses were in good condition. Gordon Dewile said the Fulton County Humane Society had asked them to evaluate the horses. But when they saw the horses again on March 1, 1987 on the Blocker farm, Dewile said the horses appeared emaciated. •'I'd say they loss flesh in that time, "he said. Baker's friends and neighbors testified that they saw hay on her farm every time they drove by in the winter of 1987 and preceding years. Earl Cloud testified that he had purchased some of Baker's horses on March 1, 1987. "They were wild from being chased when they were im- Students Obituaries pounded.," said Cloud. "The horses are perfect now. I couldn't ask for better horses." Dr. Robin Surface of Maintou Veterinary Clinic, Rochester, testified that she has treated some of Baker's horses. She said she knew Baker was worming her horses. There was nothing unusual about her horses when she saw them in December 1986, Surface said. In response to Fulton County Deputy Prosecutor William Tuley-Welch's question, Surface conceded that in her opinion, Baker had too many horses to care for in her financial condition. Special Judge Dean Colvin of Marshall County Court heard the case. Paul D. Crook MONTICELLO - Services for Paul D. Crook, 79, Rt. 1, Delphi, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Miller-Voorhis Funeral Home. He died at 9:05 p.m. Tuesday in Home Hospital, Lafayette. He had been ill seven months. He was born June 8, 1908, in Carroll County to Charles E. and Zona Carson Crook. He was married June 23, 1932, in Delphi to Dorothy M. Coghill, who survives. He was a lifelong resident of Carroll County. He was a farmer and he drove a school bus for Twin Lakes School Corporation for six years. He was a member of Yeoman United Methodist Church. Also surviving are a son, William P., Libertyville, 111.; two daughters, Mildred L. Webb, Monticello, and Rita Murray, Columbus, Ohio; a brother, Joseph, Tucson, Ariz.; two sisters, Martha Davis, Calistoga, Calif., and Mary Clawson, Anderson; six grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. A son, three brothers, and two sisters preceded in death. The Rev. Bruce Mowery will officiate at the service. Burial will be in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Carroll County. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Yeoman United Methodist Church. Francis B. Jones ROCHESTER — Francis B. Jones, 71, Macy, died at 6:30 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Medical Center, South Bend. He was born July 31, 1916, in Wabash County to Oliver and Georgie Elkberger Jones. He was married March 14, 1942, in Peru to Katheryn Mang, who survives. He had lived in the Macy area most of his life. He retired from Sealed Power Corp., Rochester, after 33 years of service. He was a member of Macy Masonic Lodge, Fort Wayne Scottish Rite, Macy Eastern Star, and Macy Methodist Church. Also surviving are his father, Oliver; two daughters, Lana Kuhn, Denver, and Jane Sprague, Sterling, Colo.; two sons, Mark A Rochester, and Kent A., Macy; a brother, Verne 0., Akron; and 10 grandchildren. Services are pending at Foster & Good Funeral Home. Funeral Notices Continued From Page 1 Miller said that SASA is not to be confused with SADD, the national organization Students Against Drunk Driving. "The acronyms are different, but the purpose is the same." Results Miller would like to make the Candlelight Walk an annual event. In the meantime, Miller said, Caston SASA chapter members will distribute key rings during prom time that read "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk." Continued From Page 1 students who began first grade before the inception of Prime Time. And although Kain said his teachers are positive about what they are able to accomplish with a smaller class, the true test of whether or not the program is successful will take several years. Caston superintendent David McKee said that 18 students versus 28 or 30 students in a classroom has "immeasurable benefits." McKee said that his teachers report positively about the work their students are doing, and the smaller class size is the reason. Pioneer superintendent Gene Pettit, on the other hand, believes Prime Time is a good program, but that it does have problems. Pettit, who maintains that Prime Time and class size have been the topic of many a conversation during monthly superintendent's meetings, said that although the program is a good one, not enough money has been set aside to fund the program properly. "The idea is good, and yes, smaller classes are an asset, but the state needs allocate more money to hire teachers, rather than allocating more money to hire aides with no formal education background." Study- Continued From Page 1 kindeit,arten through third grade, shows that such efforts can work at a manageable cost. Indiana's program gives a school corporation $21,500 in state money for each classroom in the four grades, provided they Rapes— Continued From Page 1 car doors locked, only opening car windows wide enough to talk and asking to see a badge and identification card. "They can demand to see some ID. and ask for a uniformed officer and a marked car to be sent to the scene," he said. Of the Hendricks County incidents, three involved a man driving a dark, late-model Chevrolet Blazer who raped two women while another one escaped. In one of the other two incidents, a "good Samaritan" helped a woman from her wrecked car and raped her. A fifth woman was raped last Sunday. Since late October, four incidents of men posing as police officers and stopping drivers have been reported in Hamilton County. In each case, the imposter's vehicle was described as a large, late-model car with red, flashing lights. In Marion County, a man impersonating a police officer stopped a Fortville woman driving on Interstate 70 on the eastside of Indianapolis. All 10 of the incidents occurred between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m., Golden said. Two detectives have been assigned fulltime to the case and several tips have been received through Crimestoppers, a program that offers financial rewards to anonymous tipsters whose information contributes to a suspect's apprehension. In the most recent incident, a Danville woman was pulled over last Sunday on U.S. 136 two miles east of Brownsburg in Hendricks County by a man driving a dark, late-model Chevrolet Impala. The man told the woman he wanted to test her for intoxication and gave her a field sobriety test, Golden said. After telling the woman she failed the test, the man handcuffed her. Winning Lottery Numbers SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) — Here are the winning numbers selected Wednesday in the Illinois State Lottery. DAILY GAME-3-4-6 PICK FOUR — 5-9-2-9 LOTTO-7 — 5-6-14-19-24-28-31 ESTIMATED LOTTO-7 JACKPOT - $2 million ESTIMATED LOTTO JACKPOT — $8 million (USPS 317-780) PHAROS-TRIBUNE Dally and Sunday (except Saturdays and holidays) J1.60 per week by carrier In all cllles and towns; Prepayment In office 13 weeks—$20.80, 28 weeks—141.60, 52 weeks—183.20. S6.95 per month by motor route: 3 months—$20.65, 6 months—$41.70, 1 year-183.40. By mall In Indiana where no carrier or motor route service maintained: 3 months~-$29.25; 6 months—J51.75; 1 year—$90.00. By mall outside Indiana: 3 months—J32.25; 6 months—$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 (or subscribers who transfer from carrier or molor 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 Pollltt, Bus. Mgr. Bob Noren, Adv'i. Mgr. J. M. Druck, Publisher Daniel A. Blom. Editor ' Allen Wilson, Circulation Mgr. Pharos established j?** 7 *****^ Reporter established 1844 ® ^^GUJ^> 1889 Journal established Tribune established 1849 N-5 1907 Logansport Press established 1921 Published by Logansport Newspapers, Inc., 517 Eas! 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 Hilda A. Hansell MEDARYVILLE - Hilda A. Hansell, 83, a resident of the Lutheran Home, Hebron, died at 12:12 a.m. Wednesday in St. Anthony's Medical Center, Crown Point. She was a former resident of Medaryville and Winamac and also had lived in Hobart. She was born Oct. 13, 1904, in Medaryville to Charles and Anna Steel Zulich. She was married July 25, 1922, in Crown Point to Verl E. Hansell, who died in 1985. Surviving are a daughter, Phyllis A. Sturgis, Oklahoma City, Okla.; three sons, James A., Gary, Warren D., Hebron, and Howard "Hap," Winamac; 16 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson. A son, four brothers and three sisters preceded in death. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in Querry-Ulbricht Funeral Home, Medaryville, with the Rev. William Matthys officiating. Burial will be in White Post Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Friday in the funeral home. Police Reports ANTONELLI Services for Stanley T. Antonelli Sr,, 69, of 2105 Chieftain Row, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in All Saints Catholic Church. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today in Marocco Funeral Chapel, where the rosary will be recited at 6:30 p.m. LUKANDER PERU — Services for Anita Mae Carter Lukander, 22, Atlantic Beach, Fla., will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Rowers-Leedy Funeral Home. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday tn the funeral home. SELMER FRANCESVILLE - Services for William W. Selmer, 75, Francesville, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St! James Salem United Church of Christ. Burial will be in Roseland Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 8 to 10 a.m. Friday In Vollmer Funeral Home. WIDEMAN AKRON — Services for Cleo Joe Wideman, 90, formerly of Akron, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Akron Church of God. Burial will be in Nichols Cemetery, Akron. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today in Hartzler Funeral Home. WILLIAMS BUNKER HILL - Services for Deborah Lynn Williams, 37, Rt. 1, Bunker Hill, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Charles Catholic Church, Peru. Burial will be in St. Charles Catholic Church Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today in Allen Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. meet prescribed district-wide average sizes of 18 students for evdy teacher in kindergarten and first grade and a 204o-l ratio in the other two grades. Superintendent of Public Instruction H. Dean Evans also defended Indiana's program. Wednesday 7:35 a.m. - Theft, 117 Seybold St. Jeff Blanton reported two tires valued at $440 were stolen from his sister's car. Logansport Police Department. 8:52 a.m. - Theft, 27 S. Third St. Ralph Coplen of Cass County Tire reported a jack stolen. LPD. 11: 30 a.m. — Arrest, Porter County Jail, Joseph H. Hayes, 28, Porter County Jail, was arrested on a charge of check deception. Cass County Police. 4:05 p.m. — Broken window, 327 Wheatland Ave. Ray Ervin reported an inside door window broken. LPD. 1:37 p.m. — Property-damage accident, Third and High streets. A car driven by Nellie Foust, 82, Denver, struck a properly parked car owned by Bruce A. Williamson, 324 High St. LPD. 5:01 p.m. — Hit-and-run, 901 Helm St. Mark Clark reported $200 in damage to his motorcycle when it was knocked over by another vehicle. LPD. 7:30 p.m. — Personal-injury accident, 25th and East Market streets, A car driven by Cynthia Beall, 32, 109 Lux St., struck a planter in front of Wltmyer's Restaurant. She suffered head bleeding. Beall told police she foil asleep at the wheel and veered across the roadway. LPD. 8:10 p.m. — Arrest, 12th and East Market streets. A 16-year-old Logansport boy was arrested on a charge of possession of stolen property. CCP. 8:30 p.m. — Lost/stolen license plate, 10th and Race streets. Stan Dillon, 204 Finnell Drive, reported his motorcycle license plate missing. LPD. 10:32 p.m. — Vandalism, 129 E. Market St. Shauna Gasho reported the center panel of her apartment door broken. LPD. Fire Calls Wednesday 1:15 p.m. — Service call, 2500 E. Market St. Firemen investigated an overheated ballast at the Dolly Madison Bake Shop. Logansport Fire Department responded. Hospltai Notes BIRTHS Mark and Mary Helene Georgia, Green Bay, Wis., are the parents of a son, Christopher Michael, born Tuesday in St. Vincent's Hospital, Green Bay, Wis. Maternal grandparents are Paul and Miriam Scheetz, Lucerne. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Georgia, Green Bay Wis. Logansport BIRTHS Howard and Peggy Corn, Lucerne, are the parents of a daughter. Gerald and Tammy Grothues, 1109 Barksdale Ave., Grissom AFB, are the parents of a daughter, Kimberly Anna, born Monday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Wayne and Mary Ann England, De Forest, Wis. Paternal grandparent is Donald Bandt, Coloma, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jett, Grissom AFB, are the parents of a daughter. Alan and Beth Liming, Rt. 4, are the parents of a son, Corey Alan, born Wednesday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are George and Lois Wallace, Rt. 1, Camden. Paternal grandparents are Harold and Marilyn Liming, fit. 4, Logansport. Kenneth R. and Kristine A. McGrew, Rt. 6, Rochester, are the parents of a daughter, Kelsie Kristine, born Monday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are the Rev, Conrad and Vi Barnum, Wildwood, III. Paternal grandparents are Robert and Nellie McGrew, Fulton. Michael and Christina Pippenger, 117 Louisa St., Plymouth, are the parents of a daughter, Brandi Lynn, born Wednesday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Clayton and Sharon Freels, Rt. 2, Kewanna. Paternal grandparents are John and Phyllis Pippenger, Rt. 1, Plymouth. Jeffrey and Lynn Schultz, 593 E. Fifth St., Peru, are the parents of a daughter, Sarah Nicole, born Sunday in Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Robert and Joyce Brauner, Birmingham, Mich. Paternal grandparents are Richard and Jeanette Schultz, 447 Rivervidw Rd., Peru. ADMITTED Harry Binder, 1318 E. Broadway. Helen Houser, Royal Center. Luard C. Patterson, 625 Parkway Dr. DISMISSED Marlon L. Garrett Jr., 1016 Daisy St. Mrs. Mike Jones and son, Logansport. Helen Wagner, 10t4 Rosewood Dr., Peru. Monticello' DISMISSED William Davis, Monticello. Rowena Fulton, Monticello. Harry Hindsley Sr., Monticello. Gary Nunnally, Monticello. Cleo Rice, Monticelto. Richard Watts, Monticello. Peru BIRTHS Ivan and Carrie Conley, 251 Franklin Court, are the parents of a son. David and Kimberly Norton, 22 McKtnstry Ave., are the parents of a daughter. Brenda Shell, Rt. 4, is the parent of a Mr. and Mrs. David Lenz, Rt. 5, are the son. parents of a daughter. ADMITTED Crystal Bowman, 214 S. Huntington St. Keshia Brantley, 123 E. Eighth St. Ruth Carrothers, Rt. 5. Jennings Crippen, Denver. Carolyn Crow, 81 W. Riverside Dr. Joann Haxton, 378 Jackson Ave. Mary Hines, 223 W. Third St. Anthony Klepinger, Bunker Hill. Dorothy Mullins, Denver. Eddie Stuber, Rt. 5. John Waddell, Roann. Kate Warner, Miller's Merry Manor. DISMISSED Crystal Bowman, 214 S. Huntington St. Carrie Conley and son, 251 Franklin Court. Mahala Deeds, Miller's Merry Manor. Joan Fallstick, Rt. 3. Agnes Fouts, 529 W. Third St. Harold Grubbs, 390 Boulevard. Wanda Hollon, 34 Jefferson Ave. Anthony Klepinger, Bunker Hill. Gene Kunkle, 82 N. Lafayette St. Barbara See, Denver. Lisa Wilson and daughter, 306 Boulevard. Rochester BIRTHS Kimberly Bilby, 1115 Pontiac St., is the parent of a son. Colleen Chapman, Kewanna, is the parent of a son. David Lyn and Angela • Renee Halterman Delp, 120 W. Third St., are the parents of a daughter. ADMITTED Pamela Birge, Rt.7. Cheryl Bush, Culver. Ruth Dawalt, Peru. Brenda Holland, 413 Jefferson St. Russell Jackson Jr., Mentone. Melissa Kiefer, Akron. Nancy Knox.Rt. 2. Brandy McGee, Akron. Kenneth Olin, Argos. Laretta Ruiz, Argos. Conrad Singpiel, Argos. Juanita Sixbey, Fulton. Brenda Stevens, DeLong. Norma Williams, Silver Lake. DISMISSED Carl Erisman, Rt. 3. Kylee Fenstermaker, Rt. 3. Ronald Greer, 1031 Pontiac St. Laretta Ruiz, Argos. Winamac BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John Locke, Winamac, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rearick, Ora, are the parents of a daughter. ADMITTED , Betty Crater, Winamac. Jordan Linback, Winamac. Donalad Mallonee, Winamac. Margaret Noel, Monterey. Susan Snyder, Plymouth, Jacqueline Stamper, Monterey. Bonnie Mingiin, Rt. 4, Logansport, is a patient in Indiana University Medical Center, 1100 W. Michigan St., Indianapolis. She is in room 375S. Markets Grain The midmornlng cash prices, at Indiana Grain, Logansport: Wheat (cash) no bid Wheat (July) 2.87 off 3 Corn (Apr.) 1.98 oft'A Corn (May.) 2.00 off 1 /4 Corn (Oct.-Nov) 2.00Vi off 1 Beans (Apr.) 8.39'/2 off 1 Vs Beans (May.) 6.41 'A off 1V4 Be«n»(Sept.-Oct.) .. 6.45V 2 off ZVi PIK Certs Buying 101 percent Selling 103 percent CM* County PCP L74off2 Gold LONDON (AP) - The dollar fell against all major currencies in early European trading today. Gold prices rose. In London, the British pound, spurred by market expectations that Britain's Conservative government will not move to hold it down, rose to $1.8798, up from $1.8790 late Wednesday. Dealers anticipated quiet trading ahead of a four-day Easter holiday weekend. In Tokyo, where trading ends before Europe's business day begins, the dollar dropped against the Japanese yen to close at the day's low of 124.50 yen, down 0.83 yen from Wednesday. Later, in London, the dollar fell further and was quoted at 124.28 yen. "Profit-taking dollar selling brought the dollar down, but besides that there was no notable movement In the market," said Ken llya of the Bank of Tokyo. Other dollar rales at midmorning, compared with late Wednesday, •1.6584 West German marks, down from i.8825 •1.3877 Swiss francs, down from 1.3732 •5.6265 French francs, down from 5.6505 •1.8632 Dutch guilders, down from 1.8725 •1,230.25 Italian lire, down from 1,235.50 • 1.2355 Canadian dollars, down from 1.2370. Gold opened In London at a bid price of $457.30 a troy ounce, compared with late Wednesday's $453.60. At mid-morning, the 'city's five major bullion dealers fixed a recommended price of $458.00. In Zurich, the noon bid price was $458, up from $454.50 late Wednesday. Earlier, In Hong Kong, gold rose $3.02 to close at a bid $458.81. Silver was quoted in London today at a bid price of $8.76 a troy ounce. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market showed no clear trend today In an atmosphere of caution heading into the long Easter-Passover weekend, The Dow Jones average of 30 Industrials edged up 2.48 to 1,980.60 In the first half hour of trading. Losers outnumbered gainers by more than 2 lo 1 in the early tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 308 up, 632 down and 471 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 18.95 million shares as of 10 a.m. on Wall Street. Among actively traded blue chips, American Express rose H to 241*; International Business Machines Vi to 105V«, and American Telephone & Telegraph Vt to 28V<. NEW YORK (AP) - Early prices for NYSE listed most active stocks: AbtLab ................ 48V4- H AetnLf ................. 43Vk+ Vi ACyans ............... 50?i + 1 Baxter ................. 22H— V4 BelhStl ................ 20H— V4 BrlstMs ............... 41 - H CSX ................... 30H- V. Caterp ................. 61 - H Chewn ................ 45%+ * Deere ................. 4«V4— Vi Digital ................ 103*+ * DowCh ................ 81V4- Vi EKodks ............... 40H- % Exxon » ................ 42 + Vi FordMs ............... 43Vi- Vi »V4- Vi HewlPk ................ 81VJ+- V> IBM .................. 105H+ V« JohnJn ................ Tttt + tt K mrt s ................ 33W + V»

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