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fAI Local State Journal and Courier, Saturday, April 6, 1 991 Deaths "Fort Wsiyme area irodkedl toy reports off cMM atodlecilioini Pauline Greenwood, 88, owned service station ATTICA Pauline G. Greenwood, 88, of 501 E. Washington died at 8:05 p.m. Thursday in Community Hospital, William-sport. She had been ill two weeks.
Born in Liberty Township on Dec. 30, 1902, she had lived in Williamsport and West Lebanon before moving to Attica in 1970. She attended Broadie School in Warren County. She married Earl R. Greenwood in West Lebanon on April 23, 1921.
They operated a Standard Oil station in West Lebanon from 1920 to 1945. He died June 8, 1969. Mrs. Greenwood was a member of Locust Grove United Methodist Church and Warren County Senior Citizens and had been a member of West Lebanon Order of Eastern Star, Chapter 162, for more than 60 years. Survivors include a son, Donald E.
Greenwood of Attica; a brother, Fred Marsh of rural Lafayette; and two sisters, Mrs. Louise Hicks of West Lafayette and Mrs. Richard (Vera) Lewis of Kissimmee, Fla. outdoors more and their parents observing more traffic, may be contributing to a heightened sense of alert. In Tuesday's incident, Joy Engquist, 21, said she was taking her son to the basement laundry room to put clothes in a dryer when the phone rang.
She talked for a few minutes, occasionally checking on her son. She then called her husband to relay some information and, while talking to him, looked again for her son. "I noticed the door was open and Bronson was gone." Engquist said she ran out of the apartment and building and saw a long-haired white man carrying her son away. She said the man walked several yards, then dropped her son. She said the man had the same hairstyle as the man who reportedly attempted to abduct the 12-year-old girl last week, she said.
A composite drawing of that suspect was published last week and spurred a series of reports by children and adults who said they either were approached by strange men or saw suspicious people in their neighborhoods. By The Associated Press FORT WAYNE Fort Wayne and Allen County detectives said Friday that reports of attempted child abductions are creating a sense of panic in the community. A 19-month-old Fort Wayne boy was reported snatched from his mother's apartment as she talked on. the telephone Wednesday afternoon, but the abductor dropped the boy after fleeing a short way, the woman said. The report came nine days after a 12-year-old girl reported being nearly dragged into a car by a man.
And it occurred in a community where the unsolved abduction slayings of two young girls in the past three years remain fresh in parents' minds. "We have a certain amount of panic that's entered into the air up here, and I think that may have something to do with all the attempts," said Lt. Ed Tutwiler of the Allen County Sheriff's Department. Sgt. Damion Moring, a detective with the Fort Wayne Police Department, said the warmer weather, with children playing Margery Anderson, 67, retired RMC employee ATTICA Margery Beavers "Marge" Anderson, 67, of 402 S.
Union died at 11:15 p.m. Thursday in St. Elizabeth Hospital Medical Center, Lafayette. She had been ill six months. Mrs.
Anderson was a life resident of Attica and was born here Aug. 29, 1923. She graduated from Attica High School in 1941, and she worked as a cutter and tester at Radio Materials Corp. from 1954 until 1980. She attended Free Methodist Church in Attica.
She married Paul Anderson in Attica on March 14, 1942. He survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Marilyn Sue) Cross and Mrs. James (Janice) LaFoe, both of Attica; three sons, Paul Michael Anderson and James Anderson, both of Attica, and Danny Anderson of Marshall; and a sister, Mrs.
Norma Jean Goodman of Brookston. Paul E. Underbill, 80, ex-Indiana Gas worker Paul E. Underbill, 80, a former Lafayette resident, was found dead in his home at 2241 W. Jefferson Kokomo, Thursday, apparently of a heart attack.
He had been in failing health for the past three years. Mr. Underhill worked for Indiana Gas as a meter repairman until 1954. Later, he did odd maintenance jobs. Born on Aug.
28, 1910, in Col-burn, he grew up and was educated in Lafayette. He lived in Lafayette and the Chicago area before moving to Kokomo 15 years ago. He married Florence Mori-nskey in Lafayette in 1932. She died Jan. 6, 1971.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Workman of Greentown; a son, Max Underhill of Citrus Grove, three brothers, Wayne Underhill and George W. "Bill" Underhill, both of Lafayette, and Donald Underhill of Indianapolis; and a sister, Gwendolyn DeVault of Rensselaer. Mark McCracken, 85, ham radio operator BRINGHURST Mark D. McCracken, 85, a lifelong resident of Bringhurst, died at 6:43 p.m.
Thursday in the Brethren Home at Flora where he had lived the past two years. Mr. McCracken was born June 12, 1905, at Bringhurst. He married Esther Sering on June 7, 1928, in South Bend, and she died Nov. 13,1976.
He graduated from Bringhurst High School and was an employee of the United Telephone Co. for 42 years, retiring in 1970. Mr. McCracken was a member of the Bringhurst United Methodist Church, a charter member and past president of the Flora Rotary Club, and a member and past master of the Bringhurst Masonic Lodge. He also was an avid ham radio operator.
Surviving are two sons, Jerry L. McCracken of Route 5, Monticello, and Jim McCracken of Bringhurst. Glenn A. Smith, 61, Ball Glass retiree MONTICELLO Glenn A. Smith, 61, of 309 Norway Road died unexpectedly Thursday evening in his home.
He retired because of ill health in 1985 from Ball Glass in Dolton, 111., after working there 18 years. Born on Aug. 10, 1929, in Winchester, he had camped at the Norway Campground since 1972 and moved to the Monticello area 3 years ago from Gary. He married JoEtta Aliff Holcomb on July 30, 1964, in Coffee County, Tenn. Surviving are his wife; a stepson, Larry G.
Holcomb of Monticello; two brothers, Mitchell Smith of Tullahoma, and William Smith of Harvey, and six sisters, Mercey Riddle and Eliza Riddle, both of Tullahoma, Hazel Wilson of Manchester, Myrtle Eddie of Redkey and Olabelle Willman and Vilena Johnson, both of Scottsburg, Ala. Service and burial will be Monday in Monticello. Jontz urges more federal storm cleanup aid By The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS Rep. Jim Jontz, asked the federal government Friday to increase the share it will pay of Indiana's cleanup from a devastating ice storm to 100 percent. The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced earlier that it will pay 75 percent of repair and cleanup costs.
In a letter to the agency, Jontz said the federal decision unfairly penalizes consumers of rural electric cooperatives. He asked the federal government to pay the entire cleanup bill. i is It Itt i Robert F. Kelly, 73, retired housing executive Robert F. Kelly, 73, formerly of 1830 Summit Drive, WL, died at 6 p.m.
Friday in Regency Place. Mr. Kelly formerly was an executive with National Homes and New Century Homes. Born on April Robert Kelly 13, 1917, in Williamsport, he lived most of his life in this area. He graduated from West Lafayette High School and attended Purdue University.
He married Katherine "Kitty" Ardapple on Nov. 10, 1941, in Lafayette. She survives. Mr. Kelly was a 32nd degree Mason with Masonic Lodge 492 in Lafayette; he was a member of Murat Shrine and Scottish Rite, both in Indianapolis, and Elks Lodge 143.
He was a musician, and he had a big band during the '40s. Also surviving are two. daughters, Mrs. Garth (Colleen) Clark of Columbia, and Mrs. David (Diane) Johnson of Phoenix, and a son, Thomas F.
Kelly of Woodland Hills, Calif. Ralph B. Telfer, 75, fanner, postal retiree Ralph Blanchard Telfer, 75, of 3960 W. County Road 200 died at 12:55 p.m. Friday at Home Hospital, Mr.
Telfer was a farmer, and he worked for the post office before retiring in 1977. Born on July 26, 1915, in Brook-ston, he graduated from Brookston High School and attended Purdue University for two years. He married Evelyn Benedict on June 10, 1938, in Newington, and she survives. Mr. Telfer was a member of Stidham United Methodist Church and an avid bowler.
Also surviving is a daughter, Connie Grisham of Los Angeles. Bv Darcv ChanaJournai and Coinw for Reiling, Teder Withered, said this was the first time he addressed grade school students. "I was surprised that the students, especially the younger ones, asked so many good questions," Reiling said. "I had a great time." After hearing Reiling speak, Sarah Casto, 8, said he made her understand what being a lawyer is all about. "I always thought a lawyer would be in the courthouse all the time, but you have to read a lot of books in an office," Sarah said Tony Turner, 12, an intermediate student, said all the speakers this week emphasized getting good grades and going to college.
"I learned from them that you have to be able to read, write, get good grades and go to college to be a lawyer or to start a business," he said. Other speakers who participated in careers week: Jim Andrew, Henry PoorHomeworks; Gordon Kingma, Lafayette Chambers of Commerce; Dana Smith, Lafayette Savings Bank; Sara Schwarz, Heman Lawson; Bob Kriebel, Journal and Courier; Pat Kuhnle, Purdue Exponent; Jim Smythe, United Way of Greater Lafayette; and Phyllis Myer, Community Health Clinic. vm 1 r.i i i Lt 1 Deaths Elsewhere Harry Montgomery, 81, trailblazer for AP By The Associated Press GREENWICH, Conn. Harry T. Montgomery, who as deputy general manager helped guide The Associated Press through a generation of innovation and growth, died Thursday of lung cancer at age 81.
Montgomery joined the International News Service in New York in 1930. Earlier, he was a reporter for the Detroit Times and Detroit Free Press. He was hired by the AP in 1937 in New York, was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard in 1940-41, and returned to the news service to take charge of its foreign report for morning newspapers during World War II. Robert P. Cohen.
3061-917 Pheasant Run Drive, and Beverly D. Griffiths. 22. 3061-917 Pheasant Run Drive. Brian D.
Hensell, 21. 3306-H Pebble Court, and Angela R. Myers. 21 3306-H Pebble Court. Robert G.
Jubera, 32. Merrillville, and Michelle L. Motuliak, 26. 703 Courtland Ave. James A.
Whislter, 21. 3170-215 Pheasant Run Drive, and Julia Y. Manus, 21,31 70-21 5 Pheasant Run Drive. Randy J. Saylor, 30, 2330 Yeager Road, WL, and Cherish A.
Campbell, 21, 2330 Yeager Road. WL. Donald E. Lucas. 22, 1600 Dearborn and Cynthia J.
Ross, 21, 1600 Dearborn St. Robert T. Bell, 24, 692 Northchester Lane, and Sharon L. Rainey. 24, 692 Northchester Lane.
Benny L. Gibson, 52. 1002 S. 29th and Linda F. Reynolds, 39.
1002 S. 29th St. Staff Reports UNDERHILL, Paul E. Friends may call at Hahn Funeral Home, 1 1 04 Columbia 4-8 p.m. Sunday.
Service in Hahn Chapel, 10:30 a.m. Monday. Brother Bill Spirk, OFM, officiating. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery.
Seven grandchildren. 8 greatgrandchildren survive. Two brothers preceded in death. 764-4418 PAULINE G. GREENWOOD MARGERY BEAVERS ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME ATTICA.
IN 47918 People who know you People you can rely on MOMtMC JEANNETTE BRYANT KROON FLORENCE IRENE MORRIS PARKER MARY ALICE PEARSON MOORE JOHN L. WALKER 822 N. Ninth St. Lafayette, IN 742-7302 'A i I'si PFT? Gov. Evan Bayh said the ice storm March 12 and 13 caused the deaths of seven people, injured several others, and caused $80 million in damage to power lines of utility companies and rural coops.
"The rural electrics cannot absorb that kind of cost," Jontz said. He said rural counties such as Newton, Carroll and White were hit hardest by the storm, and they are the ones which can least afford the cleanup. So far, 26 counties have been declared eligible for federal disaster funds. 1 This is a weekly special report about what's happening in Lafayette-area classrooms. If you have suggestions for stories, please call our education reporter, Lynne Jung, at (317) 423-551 1, or se nd information to her at the Journal and Courier, 217 N.
Sixth Lafayette, IN, 47901. ningsphere teachers are known as learning guides. Lorie Sparks, one of the guides, said the Learningsphere careers week is different from such programs at other schools because the teachers try to incorporate technology into the program. "Instead of just having the kids listen to what someone does, we also have them do interviews, write articles, take pictures and do illustrations," Sparks said. Bob Reiling, a business lawyer 4 For the record Police and Fire Calls Many police calls are reports of what people have told officials.
The reports do not necessarily reflect the final status of investigations. Tippecanoe County 8:06 a.m. Friday. Lafayette Police Department. Burglary at Instant Wheels.
1181 Sagamore Parkway S. Garage door forced. Taken: $2,135. 8:28 a.m. Friday.
IPO. Burglary at Durgan Elementary School. 1 840 S. 1 8th St. Taken: two video cassette recorders and a television.
Value: $1.1 50. Births Home Hospital, April 4 Frank Francis and Julie Brooks. Lafayette, a son. Mike Long and Melissa Burke. Lafayette, a son.
ANDERSON, Margery Visitation 6-9 p.m. Sunday at Maus Funeral Home, Attica. Service in Maus Chapel. Monday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Harvey Lange officiating.
Interment Riverside Cemetery, Attica. Surviving, 10 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by a sister, 2 brothers. Memorials may be made to the Heart GREENWOOD, Pauline Visitation at Maus Funeral Home, Attica, 6-9 p.m. today, with Order of Eastern Star rites, 8 p.m.
Funeral in Maus Chapel Sunday. 2 p.m., the Rev. Don Williams officiating. Interment West Lebanon Cemetery. Surviving.
2 grandchildren, Edward Greenwood. Donna Jean Liptrap; 2 great-grandchildren. Donald S. Greenwood, John Earl Liptrap. Memorials to Warren County Senior Citizens.
KELLY, Robert F. Friends may call 1 hour prior to service at 1 1 a.m. Monday in Soller-Baker West Lafayette Chapel, the Rev. Dr. Jack L.
Snellgrove officiating. Entombment Tippecanoe Memory Gardens Mausoleum. Eight grandchildren survive. Two brothers, a sister preceded in death. Memorials to American Heart Association, American Diabetic Association or charity of donor's choice.
In Lafayette 1104 Columbia St. 742-7873 BILL D. BANNON PAUL E. UNDERHILL Miami Elementary School student Justin Bryant interviews Tippecanoe County Court judge Greg Donat during a Learningsphere project on careers. Mememtary school program sets stodemts on career track Julia Fuentes, Lafayette, a son.
Donald Jr. and Kristi Hileman. Reynolds, a son. James A. Kober and Donna Harris-Kober, Frankfort, a son.
Bill and Deana Poynter. Newtown, a daughter. Mike and Lee Ann Snyder. Lafayette, a son. Divorces Hwa-Chun Ueng and Peter P.
Ueng. William Tully and Carolyn Tully. Brenda D. Kerst and Stephen W. Kerst.
Kimberty D. Hooper and Billy J. Hooper. Terry W. Lister and Glenda A.
Lister. Marriage Licenses Kenneth B. Schofield. 21. 622 N.
27th St. and Tricia Fording, 18. 622 N. 27th SL Funeral Notices Mccracken, Mark d. Friends may call 5-9 p.m.
Sunday. Baker Funeral Home. Flora, with Masonic service at 5 p.m. Service there 1 0 a.m. Monday, the Rev.
Larry DeVos officiating. Interment Maple Lawn Cemetery. Surviving. 6 grandchildren, 9 greatgrandchildren. 2 stepgrandchildren.
Preceded in death by 2 brothers. Memorials to Bringhurst United Methodist Church. SMITH, Glenn A. Milter-Voorhis Funeral Home. Monticello.
TELFER, Ralph B. Memorial service 2 p.m. Sunday at Stidham United Methodist Church, the Rev. Roy Laudermilk officiating. Three grandchildren.
1 great-grandchild survive. Memorials to Cancer Society. Soller-Baker funeral directors in charge. SOLLERBAKER Funeral Homes, Inc. Obituary Line 742-1161 -Lafayette Chapel TINSLEY, Rev.
Benjamin W.H. LAMS, William J. TELFER, Ralph B. West Lafayette Chapel- CRAIN, Armyn B. BASS, Agnes Carden KELLY, Robert F.
ADM.PHONE: 742-1131 i -r i By LYNNE JUNG Journal and Courier Eleven-year-old Beverly Scott turned on the video camera as Justin Bryant, 9 his eyes sparkling and his cheeks flushed began to interview a real judge. Justin asked Judge Greg Donat of Tippecanoe County Court 1 whether he liked his job. Donat replied that he liked it a lot because it's rewarding. After the interview, Justin, a little calmer, said Donat was a nice guy. "I liked the judge," he said.
"I'm thinking about being a police officer, but after today maybe I might be a judge." Justin and 81 other students in Learningsphere 2008 this week were learning about careers in business, finance, law, journalism and community service. Learningsphere, located in Miami Elementary School, is a program to prepare students in grades one through five to live in the 21st century. It was launched two years ago by the Lafayette School Corp. The program does not emphasize grade levels, so students in grades one through three are called "primary students," and students in grades three through five are called "intermediate students." The four Lear- i i.
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