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KOKOMO TRIBUNE MONDAY, OCT. 11,1999 VITAL STATISTICS HOOSIER HEARTLAND FIVE-DAY FORECAST NATION & WORLD S today Mostly sunny and nice. High 68, Low 44 Tuesday Partly to mostly /sunny. .-,: High 70, LOW 44 Wednesday Thursday Breezy with partial sun; It may shower. High 64, Low 40 A mixture of clouds and sunshine. High 62, Low 40 Friday Some sun and 1 breezy; ft could shower. High 68, Low 42 REGIONAL FORECAST V -a t , i Sunshine will be plentiful today and tomorrow as high pressure sits in , control. There will be a chance of rain during the day Wednesday. Champalg \ I'm*: \1 W ^ ' Lafayette •Kokomo • 68/44 68/43 1- flnHiwraKSs • V, BHWAifMnr Fort Wayne «*&»$& ^s 69/40 J?W ^iv," ? ^— Ufia., '.#?&& :*VW " t v#?# / *#• V i' » lV "' Indianapolis 72/42 9 Terre Haute • 76/40 SUN & MOON Sunrise: 6:50 a.m. 'V,«?^ Sunset: 6:11 p.m. First Full. Last New € O 3 • Oct17 Oct24 Oct31 Nov7 Moonrlse: Moonset: 8:45 a.m. 7:45 p.m. 7 LAKE LEVELS/ Readings taken through 8 a.m. yesterday. Mississinewa: Current level ' 715.76 ft. Tailwater level 2.71 ft. Rate of release 760 cfs Wildcat Creek at Kokomo: Stage yesterday N.A. 24-hour change N.A. Flood stage 10ft. HEARTLAND STATISTICS Readings are for the 24 hour period ending 5 p.m. yesterday. Temperatures: High yesterday 73 Low yesterday 60 Normal high 67 Normal low 43, Record high 89 in 1962 Record low ! 25 in 1964 Precipltation(lnches): 24 hrs. ending 5 p.m. yest. .. 0.00" Month to date 1.21" Year to date 23.95" Normal year to date 28.60" UV INDEX Today's readings: 9 a.m 2 noon 4 3 p.m 2 The higher the UV Index number, the greater the need (or eye and skin protection. (0-2, minimal; 3-4, low; 5-6, moderate; 7-9, high; 10 or above, vary high) COOLING DEGREE DAYS Yesterday •. 2 Month to date 2 Normal month to date 9 Index of fuel consumption Indicating how many degrees the mean temperature rises above 65 degrees lor the day.' APPARENT TEMPERATURE I Yesterday's readings: 9 a.m 54 noon 63 13 p.m 67 WEATHER HISTORY On Oct. 11,1984, off Vancouver Island, B.C., 25-foot waves capsized eight fishing boats, killing five people. Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Forecast high/low tempsrati are given for selected cities. vssM Showers i dL ' I j, + J Flurries lures Miami 86/76 W" Cold Front Warm Front Stationary Front _•_ * * ^ *• •* TRAVELERS REPORT Crty Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Baton Rouge Billings Birmingham Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington Casper Charleston, SC Charleston, WV Charlotte Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia, SC Columbus, OH Dallas Dayton Vest. HI LoW 82 SOB 41 29 pc 71 68 r 68 62 r 91 59 pc 69 62 r 83 72 sh SB 37 pc 78 69 r 76 41 s 61 53 r 92 68s 66 57 c 63 41 pc 71 28s 84 65 pc 72 61 r 70 66 r 7033s 79 61 pc 69 63 eh 68 60 c 83 69 c 69 62 r 89 63 a 66 61 c Today HI LoW 81 49s 41 27 pc 76 62 r 75 41 pc • 88 63s 76 45s 86 63 sh 70 42 pc 80 61 pc 75 41 pc 70 45 pc 89 60 pc 63 39s 61 358 78 42s 83 64 r 76 46 pc 76 58 r 83 47s 66 44s 72 43s 64 39s 80 62 r 68 37s 86 60s 70 39s Tue. HI LoW 85 48s 43 25 c 77 59pc 65 43s 86 64s 64 453 84 65 r 59 41 pc 79 60 r 71 44s 60 44s 83 66 pc 61 48s 55 39s 64 39s 76 61 c 73 47s 69 55 c 69 38s 70 48s 72 49s 65 50s 75 58 c 70 SOS 65 57s 71 47s City Denver Des Molnes Delroil Dululh Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Grand Rapids Great Falls Qreensboro Hartford Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson, MS Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Knoxvllle Las Vegas little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Madison Memphis Miami Vest. HI LoW 78 39s 73 53s 72 60 c 6t 41 s 40 32 si 62 39s 76 32s 70 61 c 53 28 pc 69 66 r 64 S4r 89 73 pc 89 66 pc 69 61 sh 83 70 pc 86 67 pc 44 41 r 82 55s 72 64 r 92 81 s 84 61 s 99 58s 70 66 sh 70 588 80 66 pc 87 77 pc Today HI LoW 83 50s 66 51s 66 40s 54 40pc 42 22 pc 62 47 pc 77 35s 63 37S 58 29 c 73 53r 76 39S 84 69 pc 68 64s 72 42s 84 59 pc 69 65s 48 44 r 72 54s 77 54c 92 64s S3 54s 86 62s 74 47s 65 41s 80 55 s 86 76sh Tue. HI LoW 81 40s 75 41 pc 66 47s 55 28 r 39 21 c 60 26 c 75 34s 64 45 pc 54 42 pc 86 52 c 65 38S 84 72 pc 84 62s 73 48s 83 60 r 83 67 pc 48 40 r 81 43s 75 55s 94 60s 82 56s 84 82s 76 55s 67 41 pc 79 60s 88 76 pc City Milwaukee Minneapolis Nashville New Orleans New York Norfolk Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, ME Portland, OR Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno St. Louis Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Tampa Tucson Washington Vest. HI LoW 74 60 pc 68 48pc 75 87 pc 78 73 r 66 62 r 78 63 c 82 55S 75 SQs 87 68 DC 68 62 r 100 708 67 59 sh 6340sh 68 46 pc 64 53 r 78 66 r 66 47 pc 84 42s 77 63 pc 82 49s 6664s 78 57s S443DC 88 74 pc 98 57s 70 63 r Today HI LoW 64 44s 62 46 pc ' 77 51 po 82 66 pc 70 52 pc 76 59 r 82 608 71 52s 88 69s 74 48s 100 708 68 38s 69 40 pc 64 42 pc 74 41 pc 78 57 r 79 49s 81 40s 74 54s 80 488 80 578 74 543 60 46 pc 91 68s 100 618 76 508 Tue. HI LoW 64 46 r 67340 77 58 r 81 68 pc 64 508 66 53 pc 86488 79 378 8772pc 66 46s 100 718 67478 57 358 85 51 pc 63 428 68 52 c 67 34s 64 39s 77 538 75 458 77 60s 74 54s 62 50 pc 88 72 pc 99 59s 65 49s WORLD REPORT City Amsterdam Athens Bangkok Beijing Berlin Bonn Brussels Buenos Aires Vest. HI LoW 68 50 pc 74 58 pc 93 741 76 47 pc 59 49 r 62 48 pc 60 56 pc 67 51 c Today HI LoW 62 46 pc 71 58 pc 92 77r 73 49s 64 45 c 60 43'c 59 43 pc 70 61 pc Tue. HI LoW 55 45 pc 74 61s 91 77 r 72 50c 55 38 pc 54 40s 5343pc 70 61 pc City Cairo Calgary Casablanca Copenhagsn Damascus Geneva Hong Kong London Vest. HI LoW 82 69s 51 25 pc 1 76 67 c 53 52 sh 74 51 pc 58 44 c 89 78 pc 66 56 pc Today HI LoW 62 60s . 37 19sn 74 69 r 53 39 c 77 47pc 61 46 pc 88 73 pc 62 46 pc Tue. HI LoW 83 62s 44 35 c 75 65 r 46 37 C 76 42 pc 61 500 87 73 pc 69 49 pc City Madrid Nairobi Paris Rome Seoul Sydney Tokyo Warsaw Vest. HI LoW 77 459 60 53 c B4 54 po 73 489 67 600 85 66 Bh 73 60s 46 38 C Today HI LoW 75 53 pc 79 52 pc 64 47 pc 73 58s 74 59JJC 84 60pi- 80 74 pc 57 448 Weather (W); s-sunnv, pc-partlv cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-lhunderstorms, r-raln, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, l-lce. Tue. HI LoW 75 52 pc 81 53 pc 61 48 po 77 61 po 74 62 po 73 81 pc 64 75c 56 33 pc Larry Neuhauser Larry Neuhauser PERU — Larry L Neuhauser, 57, Rt 5; Box 241A, died around 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct 9,1999, at his residence. Born July 25, 1942, in Bluffton, he was the son of Clyde and Doris (Rupp) Neuhauser. On Aug. 10, 1969, he married Susan (Spence), who survives. He graduated from Northwestern High School, and from Ball State University, with a BA and M.A. degree in music education. He was band director at Western High School from 1971 to 1999. He previously had been at Clinton Prairie and Lewis Cass High Schools. He was a member of the American School Band Directors, Indiana Music Educators Association, Indiana Bandmasters Association, National Education Association, Indiana State Teachers Association, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Phi Beta Mu Honorary Bandmaster Fraternity, and Music Educators National conference. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Galveston. In 1998, he was IMEA Outstanding High School Music Educator. In 1999, he was awarded the Sagamore of the Wabash by the governor of Indiana. •He served on the Indiana Music Educator Program Committee, the Indiana State School Music Association Marching Band Committee, the Indiana Bandmasters Board, retired as music department chairperson for Western High School, was a member of Western High School drug prevention committee, and was guest conductor of the Kokomo Park Band for several summers. Surviving are his father of Kokomo; his wife, Susan; two sons, David Neuhauser, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Christopher Neuhauser, at home; daughter and son-in-law, Beth and Brian Douce, Floyds Knobs; a sister, Linda Simons, Kokomo. He was preceded in death by his mother. Services are 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church, 207 S. Sycamore St., Galveston. The Rev. Steve Cole will officiate. Burial Ml be in Gah/eston Cemetery. Friends may call from 1 to 9 p.m. at the church, Memorial contributions may be made to the Indiana Music Educator Association Scholarship Fund. Stout & Son Funeral Home, Russiaville, is in charge of the arrangements. Donald 'Joe' Jones PERU — ,DonaldvJ. *}oe" Jones, 55, 74 Airplort Road, died at 7:15 a.m. at Howard Community Hospital. Born June 18,1944, in Peru, he was the son of Ottoway and Cleyla (Garner) Jones. On Dec. 22, 1963, he married Bonnie K. Frantz, who survives. He was a job setter at Chrysler Transmission Plant, and a member of the United Auto Workers Union #685. He was baptized in the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints, but was attending the Anoka United Methodist Church in Cass County. Surviving are his mother of Peru; two sons and daughter-in- laws, Christopher and Vicki Jones, Columbia City; David and Shirley Jones, Taylor Mill, Ky.; daughter, Holly and Keith Cromwell, St. Augustine, Fla.; four grandchildren: Brandon, Aliceson, and Cal Jones; Keelie Cromwell. He was preceded in death by his father. Services are 10 a.m. Wednesday at Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home, 105 W. Third SL Pastor Jim Abbott will officiate. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park Cemetery, Cass County. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to either Juvenile Diabetes Association, Wishard Hospital, or Anoka United Methodist Church. G. Louise Stout G. Louise Stout, 75, Oakford, died at 5 a,m. Sunday, Oct 10, 1999, at Howard Community Hospital. Born June 26, 1924, in Tazwell, Va., she was the daughter of John H. and Ida (Allen) Stout On June 8, 1940, she married John H. Stout, who survives. She was a housewife and a wonderful mother. She was a member of Fairfield Christian Church, Oakford. Surviving are her husband; two sons and a daughter-in- law, Jerry L. Stout, Hemlock; John E. and Anne Stout, Greentown; three daughters and a son-in-law, Emma}. Collins, Galveston; Joan F. Snow, Kokomo; Dorothy and Bob Roach, Kokomo; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Burney and Pat Allen, Greenville, Tenn.; Mathew and Jean Allen, Anderson; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. She was preceded In death Louise Stout Wilda McClain by four sisters. Graveside services will be noon Wednesday, at Albright Cemetery. The Rev. Al Serhal will officiate. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Ellers Mortuary, Main Street'Chapel, 725 S. Main St Memorial contributions may be made to Fairfield Christian Church, Oakford. Wilda McClain Wilda Mae McClain, 72, 2905 W. Sycamore St., died at 9:27 p.m. Saturday, Oct 9,1999, at Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Care Center. Born May 17, 1927, in Marion County, she was the daughter of Edward E. and Mary F. (Dove) Brinkman. Oh Oct 31, 1948 in Castleton, she married Joseph M. McClain, who preceded her in death on June 16,1993. She was a graduate of Lawrence Central High School in Indianapolis. She had worked at Saint Joseph Hospital as a nurse, before retiring in 1989. Surviving are four daughters and three sons-in-law, Anita McClain, Kokomo; Sue and Buddy Whitehead, Spartanburg, S.C.; Diana and Jim Lawrence, Kokomo; Jane and Gary Bowman, Fort Wayne; one brother and sister-in-law, Kenneth and Gertie Brinkman, Great Falls, Montana; seven grandchildren, David and Chris Bianco; Rachel McClain; Aaron Lawrence; Andy, Melissa and Michelle Bowman; one step- grandson, Rick Kenworthy. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two brothers, two sisters. Services are 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home, 2097 W. Alto Road. The Rev. George Reprogle will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Dessie Bowley Dessie M. Bowley, 61, Kokomo, died 5;10. am Saturday, Oct 9, 1999, at Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Center. . She was born Feb. 8,1938, in Liberty, Ky., the daughter of Lora (Coffey) and Alonzo Wall. She was widowed by her husband, ^n n.. John L. Bowley. P«8«l« They were married June 10, 1955 in Kokomo. He died April 29, 1984. t She w,as a homemaker and SsfaB'o and was an avid bingo player. Surviving are four sons and two daughters-in-law, John L Bowley, Kokomo, Richard A. and Melinda Bowley, Garrett, hid., Jeff B. and Dawn Bowley, Kokomo, and Jerry R. Bowley, Long Beach, Calif.; two daughters, "Lisa K. Bowley and Janet E. Bowley, both of Kokomo; two brothers and sisters-in-law, twin brother, Jesse D. and Willodean Wall Sr., Kokomo, and Lawrence and Virginia Wall, Elwood; two sisters and a brother- in-law, Mary and Bob Stalnaker and Jean Tedder, all of Kokomo; and six grandchildren: Cassie Bowley, Shana Bowley, Blake Bowley, Bryan Bowley, Tyler Bowley and Morgan Bowley. Two brothers and one sister preceded her in death. Services are 1 p.m. Tuesday at Ellers Mortuary, Main Street Chapel, 725 S. Main St Pastor Brad Swain will officiate. Burial will be in Crown Point Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at the mortuary. Memorial contributions may be made to the First General Baptist Church or the American Cancer Society. Martha Wren Martha L. Wren, 70, 2285 E. 50 N., Kokomo, died at 10:24 a.m. Sunday, Oct 10, 1999, at St Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. Arrangements are pending at Ellers Mortuary, Webster Street Chapel. Anna Miller FRANKFORT — Anna Mae Miller, 65, 7140 N. State Road 29, died at 11:47 a.m. Sunday, Oct 10, 1999, at Clinton County Hospital,. Emergency Room, following a short illness. Born Aug. 12, 1934, in Green County, she was the daughter of Edwdrd and Ethel (Simpson) Inman. On May 23, 1953, in Michigantown, she married Max Wayne Miller, who survives. She was a 1952 graduate of Forest High School. She was a homemaker and housewife, and member of Union Baptist Church, near Forest She loved to work in her garden and loved to cook for her husband, sons and grandchildren. Surviving are her husband; her mother of Russiaville; two sons and daughters-in-law, Larry and Melissa Miller, Frankfort; Jay and , Teresa Miller, Russiaville; brother and sister-in-law, Elza and Judy Inman, Bremen, Mich.; sister and brother-in-law, Frances and Larry Kendall, Russiaville; four grand- children: Ross, Carrie, Nicole, and Jason Miller; three brothers-in- law and sisters-in-law, Junior and Betty Miller, Bringhurst; Ted and !'Janet ! Miller. Macey; William and :> : Mary^an'e'.:'Nelson r!l Kok'6moi. She was preceide'd^in 1 "death' by her : father; sister, Phyllis McQuinn; brother, James Inman. Services are 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Stout & Son Funeral Home, 200 E, Main St, Russiaville. Burial will be in Russiaville Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Parkinson's Awareness Association or the Arthritis Foundation. Evelyn Thomas TIPTON — Evelyn M. Thomas, 72,227 S. Independence St, died at 2:53 am. Sunday, Oct 10,1999, at Autumnwood Extended Care. Born May 21, 1927, in St Louis, Mo, she was the daughter of Earl and Luella (Richmond) Myers. On June 3,1945, she married Joseph C Thomas. She was a 1945 graduate of St Louis High School in Michigan. She worked at J.C. Penney in Tipton for eight years, K-Mart in Kokomo, and Joe's Family Wash, a business she operated with her husband Joe. She was a member of the St Louis Christian Church in Michigan; American Legion Auxiliary Post 46; and Ax-Pow Hoosier Post Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Diane Duncan and Patti Piel, Tipton; David Thomas, San Francisco, Calif.; Denis Thomas, Tipton; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Gary Myers, Ormond Brach, Fla.; sister, Janet Hines, Orlando, Fla. Services are 10 ,am. Wednesday at Porter Funeral Home, 726 E. North St The Rev. George Sullivan-Davis will officiate. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. funerals Cunningham, Olen Leon, graveside services at 2 p.m. today at Kempton Cemetery. Redding, Ethle A., services at 10:30 am Tuesday at Stout & Son Funeral Home, Russiaville, Bowley, Dessie M., services at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Ellers Mortuary, Main Street Chapel. Obituary Information American flags that appear with some obituaries in the Kokomo Tribune signify that the deceased was a military service veteran. ' TJhe Tribune chjirgesjuner.al homes for obituaries and arrangements pending. The charges are $80 for an obituary with a head-, and-shoulders picture, $75 for an obituary without a picture and $15 for arrangements pending. marriages The following couples weW issued 'ffia'rtiafeiJ licenses 7ecently.'!by the Howard County Clerk's office: Donta Dalpoas and Laura Bogart, Kokomo Steven Lamar and Vickie Katzenmeyer, Kokomo Joseph Stafford and Jennifer Rogers, Kokomo Michael Sandefur and Milinda Reese, Kokomo Matthew Beam and Michelle Harris, Russiaville Brian Martin and Sara Osborne, Kokomo Brent Smith and Sheree Smith, Greentown Mitchell Wheeler, Kokomo, and Patricia Moon, Hemlock Amos Brown III, Gabanna, Ohio, and Lew Evans, Russiaville Torrey Guyer and Julie Joseph, Kokomo Joseph Bentzler and Betty Shanks, Kokomo Matthew Carlile and Tara Dunlap, Kokomo Hans Lapp and Dawn Waltman, Kokomo Velmar Mack, Hammond, and Carolyn Losch, Kokomo Thomas McKinney and Saundra Rosemont, Kokomo Chad Foster and Jennifer O'Dell, Kokomo Michael Crec'elius and Carrie White, Kokomo Henry Henson and Elizabeth Ray, Kokomo Charles Skogg, Kokomo, and C. Roxane Osborn, Logansport , Scot McCain and Wendy Skaggs, Kokomo Rudolph Klzer III and Tori Biesecker,' Kokomo ' Gary Kitchener, Russiaville, and Zonya Glidden, Kokomo • Joel Mullins and Olivia Wainscott, Kokomo Jai Cook and Jessica Wysong, Kokomo Arthur Weddington Jr. and Mary Bedlow, Kokomo Stephen Lagrave and Laurie Jeffries, Kokomo • Richard Smith and .Sandra Conrad, Kokomo \ •'!'... i Nathan Martin, Frankfort, and Mindy Maple, Kokomo Jeremy Oakes and Jennifer Jaramillo, Kokomo Jason Heflin and Rosemary Clawson, Kokomo Gaylon Cross Jr. and Amle Ridgeway, Kokomo Brandon Abbott and Tabatha Kendall, Kokomo Adama Claar and Nichole Whalen, Kokomo . Daniel Wheeler'and Brenda Smith, Kokomo James Parsons, Kokomo, and Jeanne Scott, Galveston Shawn McDonald and Marlon McDonald, Greentown Dennis Wheeler'and Dedee Wheel, er, Kokorno ' Keith Grlggs and Shelley Williams, Kokomo Kenneth Coleman and Jessica Martens, Kokomo / Craig Haxton and Candice Morgan, / Kokomo , .

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