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Thursday Evening, May 17, 1962 Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Seventeen 23 Receive Diplomas in Monticello MONTICELLO — Twenty-three miniature diplomas were received by the graduating members of the Kindergarten Class taught by Mrs. Everett Lamb. White hats with either pink or blue tassels were worn by the children who presented a program for their parents. The members were:'"' Tommy Barber, David Parrish, Scott Sala, David Miller, Jon Fox,\ Michael Sommet;, Bruce Juntgen, Brian Amberg, Mark Batcheldor, David Cox, John Hughes, Jill Horn- .ba'ck, Diane Malmquist, Sheila Kay Hicks, Denise Hubbard, Jane Edsall, •• Lonnette Fizel, Karen Ladis, Pamela Jo Bowman, Mar.- sha Young, Cheryl Lee, Anna Gatewood and Ann Fisher. The Lake Freeman Civic Association will hold its annual dinner meeting at the Sportsman Restaurant, Saturday evening, May 19, at 6 p.m. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Lewis Davis, Yeoman, 961-3146. Betty Kraud asks separation of bed and board, for five years and custody of the three minor children, an adjustment of property rights, and all other proper relief in a complaint for a limited divorce Irom Claude Kraud. The suit charges cruelty. The couple was married. January 30, 1943, and separated April 29, 1962. Charles D. Boomershine is attorney lor the plaintiff. Charles H. Rush and Florence E. Rush, partners, doing business as Co-Operative Finance Co. vs. Lewis Kendrick, and Doris Kendrick, complaint on note. Fred Schwanke is attorney tor the plaintiffs. A complaint on note is the basis for a. suit filed by the G.A.C. Finance Corporation vs. LeRoy J. Flynn. Attorney for the plaintiff is "Merrill W. Ottcrman. Fern Kingsbury, et al. have filed •a petition for the establishment and construction of a-public open ditch in Princeton Township. Robert E. Million is attorney for the petitioners. Jane A. Simmons of Monon asks an absolute divorce, custody of minor twin sons, alimony, costs, support, and all other proper relief in a divorce complaint from Clevie E. .Simmons. The couple was married June 5, 1948, ' and separated May 2, 1962. Robert Collard, charged with auto conversion by the State of Indiana, entered a plea of not guilty in the courtroom Wednesday. He was represented by Glenn R. Slenker, Jr. In a citation hearing, Paul Lear was ordered to pay back-support and maintenance for the minor children belonging to himself and the plaintiff, Carma Jean Lear. Lois Kay Byroad, cross complainant, wns granted a divorce from Ralph W. Byroad and also received custody of a minor child for which cross-defendant is to pay $10 weekly support. The court approved a'property settlement made by the couple. Lynn Thompson has withdrawn his appearance for Richard G. Hughes, Phyllis Ann Hughes, Monon Trailer and Body Manufacturing Corporation, Dell Edwards and Del Phebus in their complaint vs. the Town of Monon. Fred Schwanke has not entered appearance for the plaintiffs. The court has granted the^ defendant, Patricia Mason, . a restraining order against the plaintiff, William Mason. A divorce suit is pending. DISBARMENT AIM AGAINST HOLOVACHKA INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Northwest Indiana Crime Conr.rnis- sion, long time foe of cx-I.ake County Prosecutor Metro Holovachka of Gary, has filed a petition asking that disbarment proceedings be started against him now rather than waiting until his appeal, from a federal tax evasion conviction is completed. The petition wa's filed late Tuesday with the Indiana Supreme Court whose disciplinary commission handles 'disbarment proceedings against Hoosier attorneys.' Holovachka was convicted Feb. 21 in the-Northern Indiana District Court on charges that he evaded payment of taxes on $179,543 during the years 1955 through 1957. Holovachka was sentenced to three years imprisonment and fined $10,000. Currently, however, he is fr&e 1 on bond pending com- stion of the appeal. Francis Lynch of Crown Point, •operating director of the Northwest Indiana Crime Commission, who filed the petition, charged that the money that Holovachka failed to report was from ".protection, kickbacks, and bribes." "It is imperative that the prosecution of such disbarment be commenced immediately and without undue delay to prevent and avoid the hazards incident to delay from the probable disappearment, rer moval or incapacity of witnesses who are now available and who 'may not be available .to establish the charges against said defendant if disbarment proceedings are delayed," Lynch said. Read the Want Ads! Come See .... 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