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PAGE 10 Th Call-Leader, Tuesday, October 17, 1995 " - Roxanne downgraded, continues devastation CIUDAD DEL CARMEN, Mexico (AP) Rescue boats pulled 15 survivors out of the Gulf of Mexico today after a barge went down in a . hurricane, and the U.S. Coast Guard raised the death toll from the sinking to five. Roxanne, downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm with winds of 65 mph today, continued to torment tens of thousands of coastal residents by pushing the sea far above its normal level. Homes and belongings alike were destroyed by the worst flooding here since 1927. .The high seas and blustery winds complicated efforts to rescue the survivors of the barge, which sank Sunday night with at least 244 aboard as Roxanne spun through the area. The barge was working on contract for the Mexican oil monopoly Pemex. Octavio Best, chief of navigation for this ravaged port, said 15 survivors were picked off floating wreckage by smaH boats early today and were taken to the Sara Maria, another barge converted into a makeshift hospital. "They are not well, but I have had no report of anything serious," Best told The Associated Press. Best said the survivors were brought to the floating hospital because the wind and waves made docking at shore impossible. Refinery blast kills three, injures four ROUSEVILLE. Pa. (AP) The heat of the blast 150 feet away almost knocked Connie Piszczek off the 50-foot structure he was helping to build. His first thought was to climb down, but there were five or six men and only one ladder. Piszczek jumped, hit the ground and ran for his life. He survived Monday's explosion at Pennzoil Products Co. without injury. Three- other workers were killed and four were hurt. Tanks of naphtha solvent and fuel oil ignited in the main part of the Pennzoil refinery at 10:15 am., according to Steve Hickman, ..a company spokesman. The blaze was extinguished about two hours later. T The sequence, of events leading to the fire had not been established, he said. "We're trying to get it together," If you think your gas furnace is efficient now, here's a great way to top it. Want to get the most out of . your, old gas furnace this winter? Give it some added muscle with the energy-efficient add-on electric heat pump. Each works only when it's most efficient. And in summer, the heat pump gives you the bonus of efficient whole-house air-conditioning, too! You get the best of both worlds while saving money. You can't top. that for being SMART. Let us prove it Call us today: 1-800-777-3747. INDIANA V powza At least five people killed in the sinking, including one American, U.S. Coast Guard officer Rene Gordon said today in New Orleans. She said two U.S. C-130 spotter planes rejoined the search today, and a Coast Guard cutter was en route from Key West, Fa Army troops and city workers were searching for other possible survivors on flooded beaches northeast of the city. The new report brings to 234 the number of those rescued from the barge -sinking. Varying but unconfirmed reports said 19 to 30 U.S. citizens and one Canadian had been aboard the ship. Wind gusts, recorded at up to 50 mph on offshore oil platforms, hampered helicopters overflights today, but 30-foot seas were reported to be subsiding. All of the barge's crew members had put on life jackets with strobe lights or boarded life rafts before the vessel went dpwn, said -James Stewart, a spokesman for barge owner CCC Fabricaciones y Construcciones. Outside Best's office Monday night, wind-whipped seawater poured down the streets of Ciudad del Carmen like fast-moving rivers. Hundreds of houses were flooded a few nearly to their rooftops and more than 7,000 people were housed in emergency shelters set up in scnools and other buildings. - , Hickman said. The names of the dead men were not immediately released. t One was a Pennzoil employee and two worked for a company called . NPS, which was working on a special project to enable the refinery to extract more high-grade wax from oil. Two of the injured were listed in critical condition today. A burned-oil scent filled the air near the refinery, and smoke billow-' ing from the plant in Rouseville, about 75 miles north of Pittsburgh, could be seen from miles away. ' Piszczek, an iron worker from Lisbon, Ohio, was helping to install a filter house, where wax is filtered from crude oil, when the blast : came. "I heard my foreman say, 'Get the (expletive) off. the iron F There was a flash ancMhe heat just about knocked me off," Piszczek said. - WANTED 15 HOMES Fifteen homeowners in Elwood, Tipton and surrounding areas will be given the opportunity of having superior quality, individually custom manufactured replacement windows installed in their home at a very low cost. This amazing new product is the 1995 model NU SASH featuring ah inproved heat mirror insulating glass system that far exceeds the performance of E.R; and Triple glass. By custom manufacturing each unit to the exact size of the opening and by using superior heat mirror glass, energy costs are drastically reduced. Your home will be the show place of your neighborhood and we will make it worth your while if we can use your home. NU SASH FE1EE wrrHJkcnvATiON FDEE WITH ACTIVATION 0 i i i 10X11 IM Phi i fm Cm, Clg Cord t DMictop Ctwyar A S91K Vtkm) MTUOUfUPPIOn Pkn kiw Cnt, Clg Cord t (Mctop Chwgw (A $M.K VMM) OP6N Mon. Frl. 11 AM 7PM SaL 10 -4 PM. Sua Noon -5 PM Century INSIDE MARSH SUPERMARKET d 899 E. Jefferson Tipton 675-9797 Sat-Jd en aanML SUPERIOR COURT I Amy J. Emerson vs Leslie Gates, petition for protective order. Grace Lynn Waszak and Dennis Waszak, dissolution of marriage. - ' First CardFCC National Bank vs Kristen L. Davila, complaint. General Electric Capital Corpora-' tion vs Geneviev Moreland, complaint. First CardFCC National Bank vs Kenneth R. Quails, complaint. NBD Bank, N. A., a national banking association, vs Beulah F. Pritch-ard, complaint. Sharon Elaine ' Trueblood and Bryan K. Trueblood, dissolution of marriage. Stanley Graddy and Connie Grad-dy vs Ed Patton and Debbie Patton, complaint. Christina L. Arouh and William K. Arouh, dissolution of marriage. Stephen L. Stickler and Marilyn Stickler vs Stephen L Holtzleitzer and the. Madison County Sheriff's Department, complaint. Martha Short vs Amanda Bouslog, complaint for damages. SUPERIOR COURT II Lannie Bair vs Danny Amen, petition for a protective order. Beneficial Indiana Inc. vs Debbie Ebbert, complaint on note and foreclosure of security agreement: Beneficial Indiana Inc. vs Raymond Lauderbaugh' arid Tiffanie Lauderbaugh, complaint on note and to foreclose security agreement. Beneficial Indiana Inc. vs Leonard Stevens, complaint on note and to foreclose security agreement. Michelle Loraine Thomas and Sterling Blake Thomas, dissolution of marriage. Yvette S. Thomas and Jay P. Thomas, dissolution of marriage. Betty J. Fudgett vs Tony Solomon, petition for support. Madison County Office of Family and Children vs Pedro Jaramillo, petition for support. Sheila M. Love vs Anthony Love, petition for support. ' Elizabeth A. White and Lloyd W. White Jr., petition for support. SUPERIOR COURT III Michelle D. Hughes vs Autum Skipper, petition for, a protective order. ' Tamra Deckard vs Jon Deckard, petition for a protective order. State Farm Insurance Company, as subrogee of Ronald D. Jones, by counsel, Frosch and Associates P.C., vs Michael L. White Jr., com- ' plaint on note. Brkfgett P. Lennen vs Mark A. Smith, petition for a protective order. - Wabash Ford Truck Sales Inc. vs Anderson Refuse Company Inc., complainUm account and on account, stated. Vanessa D. McDade and Dwayne L. McDade, dissolution of marriage. For More Details Call 1-800-480-7274 SLEEK DESIGN oku na S29.C3 I RipU CtNrgv (A 17196 VWut) -JK '.id CO o JO nrirAnoMRMl " BTATEWtOe gf AW "" twwQ' nmamm um nm itwur mem 3 CartfedAgart SB Mobilnef ym Mr rc Than CdMar Hones, CcfcjferSenicr Madison County Courts circuit coum Elizabeth Curtis and Chad Niccum vs Jeffrey D. Curtis, petition for a protective order. . x State of Indiana on the relation of Indiana Unemployment Insurance 'Board vs Brian A. Gregg, complaint for recovery of improper payments. s- Citizens Bank of Western Indiana vs Mark A. Holloway, complaint on note. Gregory P. Metzing and James L. Metzing vs William Wright II, petition for a protective order. Union Federal Savings Bank Indianapolis vs'Shawn A. Lorton and Mishelle R. Lorton, complaint on note and to foreclose mortgage on real estate. SUPERIOR COURT I Amy J. Emerson vs Leslie Gates, petition for protective order. Grace Lynn Waszak and Dennis Waszak, dissolution of marriage. ' First CardFCC National Bank vs . Kristen L. Davila, complaint. General Electric Capital Corporation vs Geneviev Moreland, complaint. First CardFCC National Bank vs Kenneth R. Quails, complaint. NBD Bank, N.A., a national banking association, vs Beulah F. Prrtch-ard, complaint. Sharon Elaine Trueblood and Bryan K. Trueblood, dissolution of marriage. Stanley Graddy and Connie Graddy vs Ed Patton and Debbie Patton, complaint. Christina L. Arouh and William K. Arouh, dissolution of marriage. Stephen L. Stickler and Marilyn Stickler vs Stephen L Holtzleitzer and the Madison County Sheriff's Department, complaint. Martha Short vs Amanda Bouslog, ' complaint for damages: SUPERIOR COURT II Lannie Bair vs Dnany Amen, petition for a protective order. Beneficial Indiana Inc. vs Debbie Ebbert, complaint on note and foreclosure of security agreement. Beneficial Indiana Inc. vs Ray- mond Lauderbaugh and Tiffanie Lauderbaugh, complaint on note and to foreclose security agreement. Beneficial Indiana Inc. vs Leonard Stevens, complaint on note and to foreclose security agreement. Michelle Loraine Thomas and Sterling BlakeThomas, dissolution M marriage. Yvette S. Thomas and Jay P. Thomas, dissolutionvof marriage. Betty J. Fudgett vs Tony Solomon, petition for support. Maldison County Office of Family and Children vs Pedro Jaramjllo, pet- ition. for support. HOMEOWNERS! living from paycheck tp paycheck! m SQt(WKKS(MC(.C3HTollFre: 1-800-589-3854 AAA Mortgage 317-228-3780 l "THE PEOPLES INTEREST- f& V .AbpjAJLEjse'r J NOV7th Mayor Werline states..."ln my opinion no problem can withstand the unity of good honest people working hard in your interest . "Results ; require committment and goals, and the past 3 years and 9 months : proves it. The facts seem clear that we promised the people' ACTION and our efforts prove it." ' ... FACT: Neglected roads and lighting of our city existed in 1992. In the past 3 years and 9 months, your Democrat partnership took action... RESULTS: A uniform lighting system for the entire city. State Road 37 section was moved up and completed. State Road 28, new surface and curbed. . . State Road 13, new surface and curbed, Local streets have been finished in larger numbers; Street sweeping performed on a regular program basis. City Hatl has some ne,w lights and a new image, to welcome people at our front door. . . ' r' . We are on the State's 5 year plan for Anderson Street. A $14 million dollar project for our cit Downtown trees trimmed on a regular basis. In general, our entire town looks better than ever. Sheila M. Love vs Anthony Love, petition for support. Elizabeth A. White and Lloyd W. White Jr., petition for support. SUPERIOR COURT III Michelle D. Hughes vs Autum Skipper, petition for , a protective order. t v- Tamra Deckard vs Jon Deckard, petition, for a protective order. State Farm Insurance Company, as subrogee of Ronald D. Jones, by counsel, Frosch and Associates P.C., vs Michael L. White Jr., complaint on note.' Brkfgett P. Lennen ys Mark A. Smith, petition for a protective order. Wabash Ford Truck Sales Inc. ys Anderson Refuse Company Inc., complaint On account and on account stated. Vanessa D. McDade and Dwayne L. McDade, dissolution of marriage. CIRCUIT COURT' . Elizabeth Curtis and Chad Niccum vs Jeffrey D. Curtis, petition for a protective order. State of Indiana on the relation of Indiana Unemployment Insurance Board vs Brian A. Gregg, complaint' for recovery of improper payments. Citizens Bank of Western Indiana vs Mark A. Holloway, complaint on note. Gregory P. Metzing and James L. Metzing vs William Wright II, petition for a protective order. Union Federal " Savings Bank Indianapolis vs Shawn A. Lorton and Mishelle R. Lorton, complaint on note and to foreclose mortgage on real estate. CIRCUIT COURT Gregory P. Metzing and Jaime L. Metzing vs William Wright II, petition for protective order Union Federal Savings Bank Indianapolis vs Shawn A. Lorton and Mishelle R. Lorton, complaint on note and to foreclose mortgage on real estate Union Federal Savings Bank of Indianapolis fka Union Federal Savings Bank vs Rosemary B. Car-lile, complaint on first mortgage note and to foreclose mortgage on-real estate Fleet Mortgage Corp. fka Mortgage Associates Ino. vs William N. Lawson, aka William N. Lawson Jr. In the Matter of the Petition of Stephen Craig Lawson, verified petition for change of name Associates Insurance Company vs KLLM Transport Services Inc., a Delaware Corporation, complaint Kimberly Hopper vs Burnetta Brooks, petition for pro .tive order Victor E. Mitchell vs Timothy L VOTE PAUL for all your L Mayor Jerry Dean Werline TO FOUR MORE YEARS DEMOCRAT FOR MAYOR Proven Leadership With Integraty VOTE STRAIGHT DEMOCRAT RIDE TQ POLLS.......552-8157 Buckner, complaint Re In: Skip J. Waymire, Madison County Treasurer, Otis E. Cox,' Madison County Auditor, application for judgment and order of sale SUPERIOR COURT I Richard T. McKenny vs Deanna Lynn McKenny Pring, transfer Janice Tolbert vs David J. Tol-bert Jr., petition for protective order Peggy Ann Vendel and Robert S. Vendel, petition for dissolution of marriage The Employees' Pension and Investment Plan of Insulation Representatives Inc., by Richard . L. Betzhoover, as Trustee, and Idgas Partnership by Richard L. Betzhoover as general partner vs Stephen A. Pinkerton, Dennis L. Bush, Steven K. Smith, Rosewood Partnership, Leasing Unlimited Inc. and Stephen A. Pinkerton and Dennis I. Bush and Steven K. Smith dba Rosewood Partnership, complaint Stephen Hollowell vs Barbara L. Young and Cheryl Young, complaint for damages Karen Laurepce vs Robert Eger-ton, petition for protective order RAM Graphics Inc. vs Indiana Lumbermans Mutual Insurance Agency Inc. dba Fessler Agency, Ralph Wooden Jr., Midwestern Indemnity Company, and GRE" Insurance Group Inc.. complaint for damages Karen Renae Salib and Nagy Milad Salib, petition for dissolution of marriage Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center vs Dorothy Maddy and Barbara Craig, complaint SUPERIOR COURT II -Mgdison County Office of Family and Children vs Dorothy Games, petition for support Madison County Office of Family and. Children vs Lillian Jaramillo, ' petition for support Dana R. Zirkel and Susan R. Zirkel, petition for dissolution of. marriage Randall R: Renner vs Modern Builders Supply Inc. and Harlan G. Oliver, complaint for damages Mary A. Smith and Timothy B. Smith, petition for dissolution of marriage Willie Napier and Opal Napier vs Virgil W. Adams, Schreiber' Lumber Inc., complaint for damages Gwen Madison and Kenneth Madison, petition for dissolution of marriage Richard L McClead and Lelia M. McClead, petition for dissolution of marriage . Angela S. Hannah and Samuel F. Hannah; petition for dissolution of marriaae 4 wTtf SHALLENBERGER Insurance Needs! 552-1887 JU CI CT M LLLVI I T I

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