The Kokomo Morning Times from Kokomo, Indiana on February 10, 1965 · Page 3
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Kokomo, Indiana
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Wednesday, February 10, 1965
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McAdoo Clouser reveals: KOKOMO (Ind.) MORNING TIMES Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1965 3 House seat is big responsibility By JOSEPH J. PHILLIPS Morning T/mri Stafl Writer INDIANAPOLIS - "If you keep active in civic affairs, then the job of teaching your children to be good citizens becomes easy," stated McAdoo Clouser representative of Tipton and Howard Counties in the 91st session of the Indiana General Assembly. Clouser, known as Mike, was relaxing before a meeting of the House Committee on the Organization of Courts and Criminal Code in which ho is the ranking member when a reporter for The Morning Times stopped in for a short visit. Mike Clouser was the Chief Probation Officer of Tipton County when his party tapped him for the House seat last year. He lives on his 220 acre farm with his wife, the former Maxine Heflin, whom he married in 1939. They have six children ages 10 to 25. We had wondered just what takes a farmer out of the country life and puts ",-._m in the middle of state politics in the big city. "Well I have been interested in government all of my life," Mike thoughtfully answered. "The House is so tall on responsibility but the thing which has amazed me most is that seniority means so much here." He went on to explain the advantages of being a longtime SOLON HAS VISITOR - Reorescntative McAdoo (Mike) Clouser at his desk oondcrs a question put to him by Times reporter Joseoh Phillios in the House Chamber of the Indiana General Assembly. (Morning Times ohoto by Gary W. Weddle) Hospital Notes St. Joseph DISMISSALS Alfrey, Mrs. Edna Lee, Peru. Ammerman, Kenneth W. Jr., 236 Wickersham Dr. E. Armstrong, Mrs. Edward (Martha), baby, 503 W. Grant Ave. Chaplin, John F., 703S.Dixon Rd. Cripe, Vickie L., Galveston. Ford, Mrs. Odell (Doretha), 615 N. Jay St. Glassburn, Mrs. Orville (Fay), 1306 1/2 N. Market St. Hicks, William C., 1353 S. Locke St. Jones, Rodney Brett, 212 E. King St. Killings, Mrs. Malissa R., 718 N. Locke St. Luzadder, Mrs. Emery (Ida), 720 S. B. St. Murphy, Mrs. William (Margaret), baby, 1202 S. Cooper St. Reid, Mrs. John (Marie), 4815 N. Parkway Blvd. Resley, Philip K., 796 Tomahawk Blvd. Seymour, Margaret A., 600 E. Morgan St. Stevenson, Charles F., 1237 N. Phillips St. Truman, Clarence F., G24 Uncle Tom St. Walker, Mrs. William (Lulu), baby, 2700 N. Washington St. ADMISSIONS Bondersaar, Dennis E., 909 S. Lewis St. Carlile, Mrs. Robert (Evelyn), R.R. 5. Childers, Mrs. Raymond (Dorothy), Bunker Hill. DeSchamps, Mrs. Francis (Rosemary), 1315 N. Wabash \) Ave. Gibbons, Mrs. Frances R., 803 E. Broadway St. Shafer, Mrs. E.G. (Betty), Sharpsville. Smith, Mrs. Mary L., 1810 N. Washington St. Ward, Wanda J., Galveston. Wilson, J. Mervin, Logansport. Woolley, Mrs. Lee (Mabel), 1103 W. Broadley St. McKoon, Gary Lee, 1609 E. Wheeler St. Durham, Ernest E., 1619 N. Purdum St. Henry, David, R.R. 1. Hobbs, Michael, Oakford. Lawrence, Clarence S., 2028 N. Morrison St. Miller, George F., 147 West- morland Dr. E. Young, Tammy D., Roann. Barr, Mrs. Gayle (Catherine), 1128N. DorbySt. Carter, Mrs. Daniel (Shirley), 1419 S. Main St. Cree, Mrs. Evan (Mary), 5111 Arrowhead Blvd. BIRTHS HOPPES, Mr. Mrs. Paul, 1905 Southway Blvd., a girl, 8 Ibs. 11 oz., at 5:12 a.m. Tuesday. Howard Community DISMISSALS Coles, Mrs. Weldon (Florence), 301 Edgewater Dr. Davis, George, R.R. 3. Gainer, Taylor, 3208 Janice Dr. Mickelson, John, 1407 E. Mulberry St. Pearson, Elmer, Bunker Hill. Rosa, Harley, 5841 Council Ring Blvd. Stone, Leslie, Tipton. ADMISSIONS Adair, Joseph, R.R. 6. Odle, Clcdith, Tipton. Finch, Birch, 707 W. Foster St. Stakelbeck, Floyd, 6008 Wau- bosa St. Washington, James, 913 N. Purdum St. Dobbs, Mrs. John (Ruth), 733 S. Washington St. Shrock, John, R.R. 4. Wilson, Mrs. Roy (Margaret), 412 E. Murden St. Biddle, Chester, Peru. Williams, Carl, R.R. 1. Barrett, Lindell C., 1709 S. Buckeye St. BIRTHS YENTES, St. Sgt. fc Mrs. Robert, 1520 Belvedere Dr., a boy, 9 Ibs. 1% oz. at 7:12 p.m. Monday. STEELE, Mr. Mrs. William, 1102 W. Jackson St., a boy, 8 Ibs. at 11:19 p.m. Tuesday morning a baby girl, Denise Kay, was born to Doctor and Mrs, William J. Miller at the Home Hospital, Lafayette, Ind. The girl weighed 7 Ibs., 3 oz. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Miller, R.R. 2, Kokomo, Ind. Tipton Eiwood ADMISSIONS Mrs. Bertha Kennedy, Frankton; Mrs. Robert Collier, 1921 N. A St.; George Ball, Eiwood R.R. 2; Mrs. Thomas Benefiel, Frankton R.R. 1. DISMISSALS Ramona Shrock, 815 Main Freddie Troutman, 809 N. llth Frank Harting, 1535 S. K St. Gerry Anderson, 1626 S. M St. Mrs. Roy Sizelove, Eiwood R.R. 2; Mrs. Louis Biltz and baby, 1419 S. I St.; Janis Rudis, Arcadia R.R. 1. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. James Dickey, 2111 S. PSt., a daughter. member in the House but was quick to observe that most procedures were on the order of a well organized PTA meeting. Besides being a ranking member -of the Criminal Code Committee, the Representative is a member of the Judiciary B and Education ' Committees. "I chose the Education committee seat because I believe that its work is most important." Clouser feels however that the most important work this session has accomplished to date is the Right-To-Work re- pealer. "It was of course part of my party's (Democrat) platform and it made Indiana look more progressive than it has been in the last few years. Actually you might think my politics are a bit conservative; maybe more so than a lot of Republicans when it comes to spending money. I fight against bills occasionally in an attempt to save a dollar." The 2 p.m. bell was just ringing to tell Mike that his committee was meeting. "Before I go please tell your people to write me. I can only use my best judgment on a bill until the people tell me how they are thinking. My representation will be more complete if I hear from them when it is necessary for the good of our two counties. Tell them I can be reached at the House Post Office, Indianapolis." Mr. and Mrs. Danny Johnson, Alexandria, a son, at the Anderson Community Hospital. ADMISSIONS Russell Bauer of R.R. 3, Pat Wilburn of R.R. 3, Ruby Ray of 315 N. Independence, Richard Allen Warfel of 440 S. Conde, Don Freeland of Kokomo, Dorothy Caylor of 609 E. Jefferson, Roxie Spay of 710 Oak, Stanley Young of R.R. 1, Alice Gibbs of 304 S. Main, Viola Barnes of Sharpsville, Opal Hicks of 116 Dearborn, Cora Frisz of 315 Washington, Donna Hughs of 216 Poplar and Maye Cullison of Sharpsville. DISMISSALS ' .;. Jeffrey Miller of Windfall, David Blaylock of Windfall, Lewis Mason of 825 Mill, Jeff Hoover of 408 N. Conde, Gordon Cunningham of Frankfort, Blount Lightner of Rushville, Thomas England of 504 Green, Marilyn Adams of 1001 N. Main, Louise Newton of Kokomo, Mildred Percival of 319 W. Adams, John Wilkin of Forest, Frank Richey of Sharpsville and Theresa Gall of R.R. 2. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Whisman of Tipton are the parents of a boy born Feb. 8. BHAFB ADMISSIONS Evan Nichols of Kokomo, Alice Coofcsey of Kokomo, Mrs. Ronald Nolan of Walton, A 1C Robert C. Bernard of Peru, Faye Wraight of Peru, Mrs. Gary Peters of Peru, Mrs. David Sutton of Peru and Carl Reder of Walton. _RELEASES _ -· Mrs. lionis -Ardis : of Peru and T Sgt. Richard Me Donald of the base. BIRTHS A 1C and Mrs. Gary Peters of Peru are the parents of a son born Monday. A 1C and Mrs. David Sutton of Peru are the parents of a daughter born Monday. Peru ADMISSIONS Mrs. Robert Fulton of Amboy R.R. 1, Richard Clark of 126 S. Broadway, Roger Daniels of 208 Boulevard, Mrs. Donald Doug-las of Peru R.R. 1, Joseph Easterday of 114 E. Warren, Mrs. John McCartney of 1130 W. Main, Robert Blinn of 255 W. Main and Lori Lee Wickersham of Bunker Hill. RELEASES Eugene Timmons of 202 Jackson and Thomas Pollock of 268 W. Third. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Burl Campbell of 753 E. Second, a 6 Ib. 12 oz. daughter born at 6:43 p.m. Monday. Mother and baby have since been released. Mr. and Mrs. Dona Id Cover of Peru R.R. 3, a 5 Ib. 1 oz. daughter born at 7:11 p.m. Monday. THE KOKOMO MORNINO TIMES Times Squore T e r r a c e 1 P I 0 10 Faundrd Jvlf 22. 1964 Th, Kokomo Moi-n.nj Timti .1 put/, .h«-d toch morning, Monday through Sofurrfox. ncl»d,ny hoi,dan. Of '"' Kokomo T.m.i Pub/.jh.nj * Printina Corp F R A N K L. GREGORY. PUBLISHER Carrim, d»'iv.r»d 30« P" "k. Mail i-a'f* i" Indian, J10.00 P" ft. Outiidf Indiana 118-00 P" *'· Mail ra'vt poyoble in a d v a n c * . Ho mail l u b s c r i p t i o n s a c c e p t e d in Howard County. MEMBER OF UNITED PRESS _ INTERNATIONAL £nr»ro at itcond c/o»i mattr' July K. 1°64 o! tnr pott etlic* 0 Kokomo, Indiana. 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The old wagon will go to the fire inspector. Street Commissioner Robert Hoover recommended the city purchase a pick-up truck for street use. The board asked the City Controller Walter Mead to advertise for bids. Police Chief Raymond Kellar appeared before the board and filed the disability retirement for Detective Frank Rose. Kellar also presented a recommendation for the promotion of Glen Bozard to the rank of sergeant in the Detective Division. Both retirement and promotion we re approved, effective Feb. 15. Rose was awarded a first grade patrolman pension after 13 years service to the force while the Bozard appointment comes after 17yearsof service. Taylor 7th, 8th graders return Pupils in grades one through six at Taylor Township School will not be in class today, according to an announcement by Principal David H. DeWitte. Grades seven and eight, however, will be in session. The replacement of a draft inducer should take only one more day and school should resume Thursday, officials said. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR DIAMOND RINGS? "C" JACKSON THE JEWELER BUt S. MAIN ST. Members of Kokomo High School Girls' League will get the official "low - down" on the In-service sessions set here Thursday A schedule of activities has been mailed to area principals announcing plans for the series of in - service sessions Thursday. The sessions will be conducted by Dr. Bernard Gundlach, co - author of the Laidlaw Bros. Mathematics Series, who has conducted numerous in- service sessions throughout the United States. His visit is designed to provide an opportunity for gaining new insights into modern math. During the Thursday morning meeting, scheduled for 9:30 to 11, Dr. Gundlach will present a demonstration lesson at Wallace School, working with a sixth grade class. Warren Jeffers will be host for this session, planned specifically for members of the Mathematics Textbook Adoption Advisory committee. At 1;30 p.m., an area meeting planned for elementaryprin- cipals, supervisors, and other administrative personnel is slated at the Administration Building. During this session, Dr. Gundlach will answer specific questions of Kokomo-Center administrators. Invitations have been extended to teachers and administrators in some 280 schools in a twelve-county area for the general meeting at 7;3p p.m. in the Maple Crest Junior High auditorium. PAUL MILLS WANTS TO SEE YOU forthcoming Father - Daughter Romp today as they attend a convocation designed to explain the agenda for the Romp, scheduled for Feb. 17, 7 to 9 p.m., on the auxiliary floor of the Memorial Gym. Debbie Maddox and Cathy Carey, co - chairmen of the Girls' League - sponsored event, will be introduced by Sherri Moss, president of the of the League. The two cochairmen will then tell about the plans for the evening, which include simple square dances and mixers, led by Mr. and Mrs. George Dunbar; refreshments of pie, coffee and! milk; and name tags with a "King for the Night" theme. Tickets will go on sale in room 206 Thursday and will be available before and after school and during the two lunch hours. Only 200 are available, and the girls will be advised by the co - chairmen that they should purchase early. Price is $.75 per couple. Girls and their dads (or other close male relative) will dress informally for the Romp. Other girls who will be introduced at the convocation are Marie Ashburn and Susie Smith, tag co - chairmen; Joyce Heckman and Jane Downey, tickets; Barb Powell and Beth Stephens, refreshments; Susy Childers and Sandy Gillam, decorations; Linda McCauley and Barb Walrond, hostesses; and Elaine Simpson and Jeannie Keith, publicity. Miss Estella G. 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