Wednesday Evening, May 23, 1962. Monticello Student Gets Scholarship MONTICELLO — James R. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, of 215 Condo St., has been awarded the Rector Scholarship to DePauw University. The announcement ,of the award was made by Paul Gilbert, acting director of scholarships at DePauw. MAKES PLEA Robert Lee Kelly, 29, charged by the state with alleged malicious trespass, pleaded not guilty in his arraignment in White County Circuit Court Tuesday. An application for a marriage license was received in the County Clerk's office by Wendell D. Harris, 27, Monticello mechanic, and Rosetta Harris, 21, Lafayette housewife. Donald Keith Baker, 24, of rural route 1, Brookston, was arrested by Chief Deputy Sheriff LeRoy Farney and the Federal Marshall from Hammond, Indiana on a federal warrant after failing to answer a summons plea to appear on a charge of destroying letterboxes. Baker had also been arrested recently for using indecent language over a telephone. Harold Easlerday, 45, was fined $1 and costs, amounting to $20.20 in the Maurice P. Zerface Justice of the Peace Court on a charge of disorderly conduct.. COURT NOTES Barbara Lynn Bunnell has filed affidavit for citation against Jerry William Bunnell. The hearing has been set for May 31st. Claude Kraud, defendant in a limited divorce complaint was ordered by the court to pay. $56 weekly toward support and main' tenance for the plaintiff, Betty Kraud and minor children: also $100 for plaintiff's attorney. Citation hearing in the case of Sue Hall vs. Donald Hall is set for May 31st. The court sustained the motion of John C. Homer to dismiss his case against Isaac Bercovitz, and costs were paid by the plaintiff. A suit has been filed by the Rural Acceptance Corporation vs. Roscoe Watson and Frances Watson, charging complaint on a note. James David Alexander,, by his next friend, B. J. Alexander, has filed for a divorce from Charlotte S. Alexander. Glenn R. Slenker, Jr. is representing the plaintiff. Other fines meted in City Court recently, were: Joseph Youchi- cion, of Bunker Hill Air Force Base, $20 and costs, amounting to $35, and 60 days at the Indiana State Farm, which was suspended on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor; Robert Huggins, route 5, Monticello, $5 and costs, amounting' to $20, charged with public intoxication. Court Rules Loss Df Eyesight Means Losing Both Eyes INDIANAPOLIS (DPI) - The Indiana Appellate Court has ruled .hat loss of eyesight means losing 3oth eyes, not just one. ' The court handed down this verdict Monday in the case of Chester A. Sitzman versus the National Life and Accident; Insurance Co. The Vanderburgh' Probate Court had ruled against Sitzman, who lost the sight of one eye when a pop bottle he was holding ex- ploded. The injured man sued the insurance company when it refused to pay damages on a policy for loss of eyesight by accident. : However; the' Appellate. Court upheld the lower court, deciding that one would "have to suffer the destruction .of the sight, of both eyes" to be eligible to collect' on such a policy. ' • SEEK $300,000 BONDS '•INDIANAPOLIS (UH)—Hoosier Gas Corp. Tuesday 'petitioned ,the Indiana Public Service Commission for authority to sell $300,000 in bonds to finance an improve' ment and expansion program. Climb Mountain FAIRBANKS, Alaska (UPI) — A University of Alaska co-ed has become the second woman . to reach the top of Mt. McKinley, the highest mountain on the North American-continent. Anore Bucbnell, 19, Fairbanks, reached.,the'.top..of the 20,320-foot peak Sunday afternoon. Merrill Wie'n, an Alaska bush pilot, said today he saw Miss Bucknell and five male compan ions atop the mountain as he flew nearby. ASK PHONE CERTIFICATE INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Big Springs Telephone Co. Tuesday asked the Indiana Public Service Commission for a certificate to serve the Boone County town. It now operates without a certificate. ATTENTION, HOLDOUTS! CINCINNATI (UPI) - George Wright, captain and shortstop of the 1861) Cincinnati Reds, who were the first salaried team in baseball history i received $1,400 for the season's'play. Recover Body LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI)-The 'body of Charles Morris,. 49, Lafayette, was recovered Tuesday from the Wabash River about 10 males downstream from the spot where he was 'believed to have drowned. Norris had been missing since March 30 when bis car was found abandoned on a bridge here. The decomposed body was identified by a .ring. Ray Battering, Hammond, spotted the body while searching for mussels along the bank of the river. Logans]x>rt, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Nine VANCI'L VICTIM OF VANDALISM .' At 1950 convertible owned by James Vancil, of 1800% Michigan Ave., 'was damaged extensively by vandals according to a report given by Vancil to <:ity police Tuesday night. He said the car was parked at 17.31 Woodlawn Ave., for repiiirs and lie noticed the damage Tuesday morning. Vancil said the top had bsen cut, the glove compartment emp- tied, paper on the r«ar floor set on fire, registration papers and holder taken from the sun visor, wax: hild been poured over the front stiat, the radio antenna had been b>mt, and the rear window of the convertible had been removed. DODGES DODGERS CHICAGO (DPI)- Don Cardwell of the Chicago Cubs beat the champion Cincinnati Reds four times and lost only onco last year but had a 1-7 record against the Los Ang'des Dodgers. ^TP A T)C* SEARS? JR0EBUCK AND CO I LASTS DAYS Open Hearing on NYC Request to Stop Two Trains SHELBYVILLE, Ind. (UPI)-A hearing was scheduled to begin here today on a proposal to eliminate two New York Central Railroad passenger trains between Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Edward R. Delaney, director of passenger service for the railroad, testified at Monday's healing in Indianapolis that the two trains, the "Cincinnati Special" and the "Sycamore," lost $116,399 last year. The "Cincinnati Special" runs from Chicago to Cincinnati through Indianapolis and the "Sycamore" runs from Cincinnati to Chicago. The railroad wants to abandon both trains between Indianapolis and Cincinnati but not between Indianapolis and Chicago. The hearing will be conducted Wednesday at Greensburg and Thursday at Batesville, points also served by the two trains. Former Executive Mansion to Be Torn Down for Parking Lot INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-A former executive residence for Indiana governors in the shadow of a big hotel will be torn down today to make room for a parking lot. The English-style 20-room house is crowded between two streets behind the Marott Hotel. It served ns home for Hoosier governors from 1919 to 1945, when a new mansion was purchased on spacious grounds on North Meridian St. Former Gov. Henry F. Schricker was the last governor to occupy the old residence during his first term. 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