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Delphi Journal Citizen (Newspaper) - August 5, 1971, Delphi, Indiana Page two the journal citizen a Republican newspaper Esta bushed 1839 second class postage paid at Delphi Indiana 46923 z published weekly on thursday i member of Hoosier state Pafos the journal citizen Delphi Indiana. Thursday August 5, 1971 z Indiana Republican editorial association consolidated with the Delphi poem Jemmy 1. It 114 East main Stet Mph Indiana 46923 Suberi Tiea a Stoa in Advance Indiana $6.00 out of state $8.00_ Coart news land Ettam flt is co b0cutora John a. Laprad and Fred m. Laprad. Of the estate of their father John t. La Prad reported in Carroll circuit court the Sale of real estate to Bertha r. Rinehart of Lafayette. The Law firm of Obear and Over Holser represents the estate. Etch puffs Are god a National wire service release last month told about school the year around in Molalla Oregon. Late in june the elementary Schod District there converted its system from the Normal nine with academic year to a year round plan. It is the first school to make the change in the state. Expectations Are that it will not be the last. Rising costs of education and taxpayers reluctance to foot higher taxes along with increasing numbers of pupils and overcrowding Are forcing More school corporations to look into the year round possibilities. At Molalla the plan was apparently met with enthusiasm from the parents and teachers a and yes incredibly by the youngsters. There were no sad faces among the 500 youngsters on that first Day. In fact the report was that their enthusiasm seemed to be about As great As Caruer generations when summer vacation came around. One third grader said. Gee schools really great a the school districts superintendent said the problems had been anticipated. He also revealed that the enthusiasm was overwhelming. He said a a even those kids whose parents said they would not Send them to summer school showed following the first Days classes one enthusiastic Parent called the school and said a a my kids can hardly wait to go Back to school tomorrow a beginning this week the school corporations in this area Are advertising their school budgets. They include proposed and anticipated expenses for 1972. Take a look at them elsewhere in the paper. If you do not understand them then plan to ask school officials to explain or better yet plan to attend the budget hearing meeting later this month. A a even the pupils Are glad May seem a Little to optimistic but we do think its time something is done to create lower tax rates. If this idea is not the answer then what is ? wondering Why Carroll county a seven Council members completed an arduous Job last week when they finished seating salaries for All employ a a. I. The Council Here was no different than any other in the states 92 counties. This is the first year that counties have had the responsibility or Chance to adjust or set salaries which Are comparable to local conditions. For years the salary Scales have been set in the state Cap Itol. The 1971 general Assembly decided this year that county councils which know More about the needs duties and local conditions should set the Scales., except for a minor adjustment in 1965, county officials pay had not been raised since 1957. Perhaps this provides an insight into Why the Council Here was faced with proposals considerably above the present Paer Scales. After a 14-year period it is apparent that Scales in Many communities were not realistic. Yes we do agree that elected officials knew their pay Scales when they Van for the office and definitely see How the taxpayer already in a Tillit bind Over Ever increasing taxes does not want to add any More to the tax Burden. As reported last week the county. Council did Grant modest raises in most cases most of them in the five per cent a area. Some were a Little higher others slightly lower. Now that we have Home Rule which has been asked for a Long time we must believe that our elected county Council has the ability to exercise this right with Wisdom. 0�q�?riw�? App Otam Yeu and Elsie Tully were issued letters of guardianship for Della Elizabeth Iran and posted Bond of $7jxn> in car Roll Preuit court. Obear and overbid ser represented the petitioners. Witter we the win of Orville a. Witter was filed for probate in Carroll orc it court through the Law firm of Briggs and Gas. Joe u. Witter was named executes and posted Boad of $10,000. Subscribing witnesses to the instrument dated March 21, 1969, were Geneva Harmon and a. D. Bishop. The entire estate was left to children Joe w. Witter and Eva Harter Urith the except ii of $2,000 and House goods which went to wife Blanch myer Witter. Jamie m. Bori Dudler Janice m. Burkhalter 17, of died monday in an automobile Accident North of Del Dii. Bom oct. 8, 1953, she was the daughter of Jack and Augusta Marshall Burkhaltor. She was employed at the dog id suds Dei Lii. A 1971 graduate Delphi Community High school she was vice president of her class freshman so Liamore arid Junior year and also cheer complaint it missed the complaint on account filed in Carroll circuit court by town amp country charge Etal against Ronald d. Caldwell has been dismissed on motion of the Plain Tiff. Steven h. Ancel was attorney for plaintiff and Ronald Meli Char entered appearance for or. Caldwell. Complaint to foreclose first Federal savings and loan association of Delphi asks judgment on promissory note in the sume of $5,656.61 in a complaint filed in Carroll circuit court against Edgar m. And Barbara a. Stephens local finance Loans inc., v., and Purdue National Bank. The complaint filed by Obear and overholser also re obituaries r. A gird Leader for three years. Other High school activities were girls service club French club future teachers of America girls athletic association Sunshine society american Field service and a participant in the 1970 variety show. Spa waa a member of the All Star girls so Ribau team. Survivors besides the parents Are three Brothers Dot a of a Mph Max of Pekin do and Bob of Kokomo two Sisters mrs. Sue Penn of it 4, Delphi and mrs. Mary Bradshaw of it 4, Delphi and a maternal grandmother mrs. Clora marshal of Mulberry. Services Are today thursday at 2 . At Lloyd funeral Home Delphi with the Rev. John Laprad officiating. Burial will be in Rossville cemetery. If desired contributions May be made to the Janice Burkhalter memorial fund. Gary d. Law ii Gay Dwayne Lawson 20, of 902 Prince William Road Delphi died monday in a two car collision North of Delphi. Burn november 9, 1950, in to Konu he was the son of Bradley e. And Marilyn Bergstrom Lawson of it. 1, Flora. He was married feb. 6, 1971, to Carmen Lee Miller daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth g Miller of Delphi. A 1969 graduate of Carroll High school he was Active in future Farmers of America c quests Lien be adjudged Superior track and intramural. He Quot to any Lens of the two finance firms named in the complaint and that real estate mortgage be foreclosed against defendant. Charged with conspiracy in a state Case filed in Carroll circuit court Juanita r. Browning and John r. Bunten Are charged with conspiracy to commit theft. Benten is charged with writing a Check on Hendricks county feed and Grain division of Triangle feeds inc., Camden account in the Camden state Bank to Sylvia Fletcher. The Check dated Jan. 25, 1971, for $1511.23, showed endorsement by Juanita r. Browning who is believed to be wife of Bunten. Bond is set at $5,000. Arraignment dates Are set for August 19 at 9 30 . The affidavit was filed by prosecuting attorney Lewis mucin. Clairc estate David r. Baum was named administrator of the estate of Glenn j. Clark when it was opened in Carroll circuit court by or. Baum Delphi attorney. He provided Bond of $1, x 0. Tic re not a lost now Many of them were found perched on rocks some in the Copi rippling Waters of a Mountain Stream others sat naked witching their offspring play with Bamboo poles. Life to the casaday tribe in the philippine rain Forest Wka simple. They did no to have traffic fatality rates because they Hadnot invented the wheel yet. There were no diet pills Etter Cise machines nor elite health spas yet the tribesmen were healthy muscular and most were strikingly handsome. And the tribe Council certainly did no to take off work for Moon Day because to them the Moon was something the dense rain of est undergrowth made hard to see. Yet a a ignorant As it was the lost tribe recently disco eral by anthropologists in the Philippines had 1 a seemingly prosperous Happy life. To say the same thing about the tribe today would be erroneous because it is no longer a lost tribe nor do its tribesmen have any Chance of being a a uncivilized again. Here they were. Happy. Healthy. Content. Reproducing. Al their Only fears were the Thunder which they did no to under a tend and helicopters which they thought were giant Birds. 8o now some anthropologist is puffing on a pipe telling a a of University classes about them the Ujj residential task 5 is gathering inform Tiwi for a report and flocks of Peon Are invading the once peaceful Sanctity of this Little a a to study a civilian Iteni. They Den i Aven Riih to tit halves it fee Tara May tribe this we Timve Givantt then. Be Wetth we be done their life will never me a morn pm thu hog killed when flit bar car Lait thursday Lanny Garrison 17, of Flora waa travelling East on or 50-s last thursday afternoon when he saw a hog about to run into path. He told officers that he was watching the one hog and another one ran into path Iron the other Side of the Road. Was awarded a trophy for being the most valuable player on the 1969 track team. He was. Employed at wins up Sinclair Logansport. Survivors besides the wife and parents Are one brother Donald of it. 1, Flora two Sisters Shirley and Debra it. 1, Flora paternal grandmother mrs. Maude Lawson Williamsburg by. Maternal grandmother mrs. Marie Bergstrom of Kokomo paternal great grandmother mrs. Movie Ball of Wil Ramsburg by. Services were wednesday at 3 30 . At Lloyd funeral Home with Rev. David Mccracken of Fici . Burial was in . Cemetery Delphi. Gary r. Jackson Gary r. Jackson 20, of it. 5, Logansport died monday in a two car collision North of Delphi in which three others were killed. Born november 18, 1950, in Bloomington he was the son of Richard a. And june Hart Jackson. He was a member of Calvary presbyterian Church and a 1969 graduate of Logansport High school. He was in the air Force reserves serving at Chanute fab Rantoul Illinois. Survivors besides the parents Are two Brothers Michael s. And Christopher a., both at Home and maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Frank c. Hart of Indianapolis. Services were at 1 30 . Wednesday at Calvary Presby Ihrig act d. Dwight d. Lohman 44, of it. 4, Delphi died monday evening at St Elizabeth Hospital he had been taken to the hospitals intros Ivy car unit following a traffic Accident july 17. Born july 23, 1927, in Carrot county he was the son of Floyd and Vera a Nichaels Lohrman. He was owner of Lohrmann a Market South of Delphi. He was a member of the Pittsburg Church of the Brethren and had served in the air Force. He was married to Frances Stingley october 6, 1956b survivors besides the wife Are four children Richard Bichael and Melissa at Home and Susan of Lafayette three step daughters mrs. Duaine Volk of Logansport mrs. Richard Delaney of Delphi and mrs. Kenneth Rodenbarger of Colburn four Brothers Wayne of new Waverly Gene of Logansport Melvin of Idaville and Ronald of Tucson Arizona. One son Daniel a a a ceded in death. Services Are today thursday at 10 am. At the Pittsburg is lurch of the Brethren. Burial is in Davis cemetery by Bettsville. Jackson funeral Home of Delphi was in charge of arrangements. Charles Bradley Guh Charles Bradley Brad Gish 19, of it. 1, Battle ground died monday in a traffic Accident on so 25, North of Delphi. Born August 17, 1951, in Indianapolis he was the son of or. Charles w. And Treva Metsger Gish. He had lived in the Battle ground area Lor 15 years and was graduated from Frontier High school in 1969. He attended Purdue University one year and was planning to go to Indiana University this Fau. He was employed at Wilson a Sinclair Logansport. Survivors besides the parents Are two Sisters Tracey and Gail both at Home paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Floyd m. Gish Camden and maternal grandparents or. And mrs. A. Clark Metsger Burlington. Cutler James r. Dick Clifford James r. Dick Gifford 48, services were wednesday at 3 . At the Brookston Federated Church where he was a member. The Rev. Duncan Mcnab officiated and burial was in the Camden Ometery. Thompson Hartzler funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Friends desiring May contribute to the Bradley Gish memorial fund. Goldman m Redding the 275-Pound hog was a. It was owned Ald Felty officiating. Burial was Ner and Kenneth Myers of it. 2, a Flora. Nellie Romeu Deputy sheriffs Lee Hoard and Doyle Clark investigated assisted by Flora police. A second Accident occurred sunday at 5 . About three Miles North of Del Ruxi on or 1150-w. Officers said Coy Riley 22, of Logansport formerly of it. 2, Delphi lost control of car. Went into the ditch and a i pm i first Church of divert. Scientist and of the in it. Hope cemetery. Fisher funeral Home of Logansport was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Nellie Rumell 96, of Logansport died at 6 am. Sunday at memorial Hospital. She was a member of a Pioneer family and a charter Mertz Ber of the logans osiris to Mother Goldman m. A cd obey Redding 84, it. 1, Flora in Howard com to died in the Howard Community Hospital Kokomo at 9 pm. Saturday where he had been a patient since july 14. Born in Burlington township Carroll county june 20, 1887, he was the son of Joseph and Amanda Johnson Redding. In 1910 he was married to Lena g. Beamer who survives. A Republican he had been a commissioner for the first District in Howard county. He was a retired Farmer and a member of the Burlington United methodist Church the Burlington masonic Lodge and the scottish rite of Indianapolis. Surviving with the widow Are three sons Elmo Redding it. 1, Flora Gene Redding Logansport and Clarence Redding Kokomo two daughters mrs. Ernest Minich it. 1, Camden and mrs. Harold goings Kokomo a sister mrs. Stella Reeder Green Castle 12 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. A brother sister and two children Are deceased. Funeral services were held tuesday in the Neptune funeral Home in Burlington with Rev. Heist Wingard officiating. Bui tit a is in the Burlington be Victery. Of 610 e. Monroe St., Delphi died at 8 15 am. A tuesday in St Elizabeth Hospital. He had been in failing health for sometime and had just returned Home Riim Mayo Hinic. Or. Clifford was a manufacturers representative for Sayco plumbing supplies. He formerly associated with the Clifford nothing store in Delphi. Born feb. 5, 1923, in Lafayette he was the son of James a. And Helen Mckay Clifford and had spent lifetime in the Delphi Community. His marriage feb. 16, 1957, at St. Joseph Catholic Church was to Martha Kerlin. He was a Veteran of world War ii and the korean conflict. He entered the army in dec. 1942 and was discharged As staff sergeant in dec. 1945. Clifford served in the first shuttle raid to Russia at the time and participated in All missions from Russia into Germany with group. He participated in 50 combat missions Many suffering 80 to 90% loss. After completing 50 missions in Europe he volunteered for ser ice in the Pacific and helped in the liberation of the Philippines. His decorations and citations include four Bronze stars four Oak Leaf clusters and the distinguished unit. Or. Clifford was a member of the Delphi american legion Post 75, Lafayette elks Delphi knights of Columbus and Indiana and Kentucky plumbing association. Surviving with the widow Are father who lives in Delphi two sons and a daughter Drew Hugh and Suzanne All at Home two Brothers and five Sisters Maurice Clifford of Delphi John Clifford of Milwaukee wis. Marjorie Gifford Monon Dorothy Lidester of Lafayette Joan afford of los Angeles Calif. Mary Christie of Indianapolis and Helen Bernard of Sacramento Calif. His Mother preceded in death in sept., �?o�o970. Requiem mass will be at 11 . Friday in the St. Josephus Catholic Church Delphi where he was a member. Co celebrants will be the Rev. W. Michael Ket tron and the Rev. David d. Clifford. Interment with military services will be in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call after 4 . Today thursday at the Lloyd funeral Home. Mrs. Nora Griffith mrs. Blanche Ward 89, life in silent of Delphi died at 3 55 . Monday in the Brethren a Home Flora where she bad been a patient since May 17. She had Ben in ill health four years. Born in Delphi August 25,1881 she was the daughter of John William and Anna Jarle Gilpin by ewer. She was married in 1896 to Silas Ward who died in 1921. Mrs. Ward was a member of the Delphi Wesleyan Chiueh. Surviving Are five sons John of Flora Charles of Houston Texas Harold of Indianapolis. William of Kokomo and Robert of Wolcott three daughters mrs. Sherman Fife mrs. Kenneth Gal Loway and mrs. Mary Jane Whitfield All of Delphi four Brothers Frank Brewer of Otterbein William Brewer of Battle ground Charlie Brewer of Kansas City mo., and Harley Brewer of Jenkins by. A sister mrs. Hazel Myers of Delphi 39 grandchildren 85 great Ghandchi Kloct and 14 great great grandchildren. Services will be at 1 . Thursday in Delphi Wesleyan Church with the Rev. Broadus Deal officiating. Intermit will be in Pittsburg Ometery. Warence Gingrich Clarence Gingrich 76, of it. 3, Delphi died at residence about Midnight saturday. He was bom november 16, 1894, in Ciarron county and was a resident of this county. His parents were John and Dora Wente Gingrich. He was married to Pearl Howell who preceded in death in october 1968. He was a Semi retired Farmer and a member of the Carroll county farm Bureau. Surviving Are one step son Robert Yates it. 4, Delphi one step daughter Mildred Fullford St. Cunix Virgin islands three Brothers Lawrence it. 4, Delphi Paul Lafayette and John Delphi two Sisters Ida Plank Delphi and Louella fetterhoff of Delphi six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Services were at 1 pm. Wednesday at Lloyd funeral Home Delphi with the Rev. Lai Urence Dove officiating. Burial was in morning Heights Ometery Delphi. Donald Willard Lee 74, of Friday with a Donald wizard Lee South Bend died there after a six weeks illness heart condition. Surviving Are the widow and four sons Donald Louis Lee of South Bend Willard h. Lee of it. 4, Delphi Phillip m. Lee of Oskaloosa Iowa and James Richard Lee of Detroit. Services were monday at South Bend and burial was in Fairview cemetery at Mishawaka. Marriage Ucen ses state trooper John Elmore and i Church in Boston mass. Deputy gated. Sheriff Hoard invest water so coated at 4ttl air saturday All file departments in Carroll of my be been invited to participate in a Waterfall contest la turd i of of veiling at 6 00 pm. At the 4-h Fairgrounds in Flora. The will be held in the Northwest pailing Titt Ptak. Born feb. 28, 1875, in Cass county she was the daughter of Benj Arhip and Mary Ann loser Reed. Her husband. Ferry c. Rumen to whom she was married dec. 4, 1900 i Logansport died in 1946. 8urviving Are one son Carl of Camden one daughter mrs. Gien Fouts of Galveston and four Giand children. Two daughters preceded her m a Tiu funeral senders were conduct-�4 to Esdar in Logansport with Louo Wizig. Albert m. Wou word has been received Here of the a data of Albert m. Wolf 86, Glendora Calif., who passed away jul y 27th. He had resided in a Center the past Twoy a a he waa chm March 26, 1885, and waa married to Fay Wolf who pawed away sept 18, 1969. They moved from their farm near bran Hutst in 1947 to Clendora. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Naomi Kedy of Glendora two granddaughters and Lour great Grdner Gilldren. Funeral services and Smial were Doh dotted july 29 in Cah Fomia. Mrs. Nora Griffith 83, of Lafayette died monday at Home Hospital Lafayette. Born october 12, 1887, in Carroll county she was the Daugh of David and Olive Riegel she was first senior Regent of the Lafayette women of the Moose which was formed sept. 24, 1945. She was preceded in death by her Hubband William Griffith. Quot surviving Are one brother two nieces and several Coutts. Funeral Sarvies flu be at 10 . A thursday at Hippensteel funeral Home in Lafayette with burial in rest Haven cd Rattery. Litif Lee Hurll Lewis Lee Bunnell 16, it. 3, Meo Tjoeilo died unexpectedly at 7 . We it Day of last week at is Home. Him May 17, 1, in logans port he was the son of writer f. Did Eurin Bunnell. He Waild have been a freshman at a turn lakes school in the Fril. Surviving Are Mother with whom he resided three Brothers Robert Delphi and Roger and Michael at Home. His father died in june 1965. Funeral services were held saturday at Monticello with burial in Riverview cemetery there. Charles Thomas Rush 24, it. 1, Delphi and Beverly Ann Richardson 20, it. 1, Battle ground both factory employees. Steven Mark Yates 16, it. 4, Delphi student and Patricia Ann Clark 17, it. 2, Delphi cashier. Estal Gay Vibert 25, Camden Iron worker and Kathleen Young Ward 28, Flora factory. Steven Wesley Hicks 20, Monti cello factory worker and Mona Lynn Yates 20, it. 1, Delphi student. Russell Frederick Musall 26, and Billie to Saunders 32, both of it. 2, Monticello and factory employees. Gerald Allan Davi 25, Sandwich hi., and Saimra Louise Ward 24, it. 4, Delphi both teachers. Scott Eugene Sheagley 20, it. 1, Cutler Mechanic and Jill Anne Sparks 18, it. 1, Flora factory employee. Wulliam Thomas Hall 20, Delphi factory employee and Pamela Marie Lewis 19, of it. 5, Monticello typist. Danny Joe Yoder 19, Delphi student and Susan Kathleen Lee 17, it. 4, Delphi student. Timothy James Torrence 21, Wauseon Chio Studmi and Janice Lynn Snyder 21, it l Brin urst student. J�bei8i k. Daniels Lafayette 51, factory Foreman and Malvina Goyer Delphi 51, factory employee. John l. Cox jr., 20, it. 1, Flora student and Lynn Sander sob 19, Burlington factory pm i Loyee. In. Hobart deeds Cutler 268-8863 the 4-h club members and their i amuses enjoyed a Wiener roast and hayride on Friday evening at the covered Bridge. 0 Extension homemakers dub is planning a Surprise trip on aug. 10th. Members Are asked to meet at the Cutler Church at 10 00 . 0 mrs. Lowell Spesard entertain fed her euchre club recently with honors going to mrs. Mark Cook mrs. Frank Snipes and mrs. Rich Ara Sparks. 0 or. And mrs. Lee Groninger of Albuquerque n. M., Are guests of her parents or. And mrs. Robert Sheagley. Other guests have been Cjene Sheagley and Lainily of Hoopeston us or. And mrs. Gale Cunningham of Knoxville tenn., and or. And mrs. Yea Rodkey of near Burlington. .0 recent visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Crum were or. And mrs. Russell Mccu it Nike or. And mrs. Gene Mcd it Nike and children All of Cuba hi., and or. And mrs. James Mcconkey Dii Cago Illinois. 0 a or. And mrs. Charles Webb and children returned Home after vacationing with her parents or. And mrs. Herbert Cassell at Iron River wisc main. A 0 or. And mrs. Vernon Hausen Fluck and or. And mrs. David Redding enjoyed a few Days vacation by visiting relatives at Glasgow ky., and other inter a amp Ting places. 0 mrs. James Hawkins and children returned to their Home in South Daytona Beach fla., after a weeks visit Here with her parents or. And mrs. Robert Bordner. 0 or. And mrs. Cleon barter and children visited Over the weekend with their daughter and family the Lee Taylors at Marengo. 0 or. And mrs. Kenneth Kelly visited their son. Bill Kelly and family at Highland Mich. The Kellys had just moved to Michigan from South Bend. He is employed with Hudson Sand amp gravel co. At Hudson Michigan. 0 or. And mrs. Dean Sheagley enjoyed a few Days vacation at Dayton Ohio sky line and Blue Kiyage mountains in Virginia. �?�0 or. And mrs. Horace Green and or. And mrs. George Rodgers and son of Chattanooga tenn., Weie Here visiting or. And mrs. Frank Snipes and or. And mrs. Tillman Snipes. 0 mrs. Edna Ritchey of twelve mile was a weekend guest Here of mrs. Frank Ross. Mrs. Foliart deeds and Tom Ohl were sunday guests of mrs. Margaret Ohl at Indianapolis. 0 mis. William Bordner attended the funeral of mrs. John Barnett at South Bend. 0 a or. And mrs. Glenn Eikenberry attended the Bird reunion at Portland on sunday. 0 Joe f. Cook Clarence Webb Charles Patterson and Harold Cook attended a double header baseball game at Chicago on sunday. A 0 a sunday dinner guests at the Home of the William Mccartys were or. And mrs. John overholser and children of Royal Center Rev. William Beswick of Cutler and Tami Debra and Tim Fry of Decatur. The Fry child Ren Are spending this week in the Mccarty Home. 367 in to Merit recorded during the month of july a total of 367 instruments were re corded in the office of county recorder Byron Jervis. Receipts for fees for the recording and use of Xerox machine amounted to $838.75. Of this amount $129.20 was for the Xerox machine. A breakdown follows 80 deeds and other conveyances $212 57 mortgages and other liens $181 53 releases and assignments $31.80 90 uniform commercial codes $163.50 3 copies of instruments $2.25 84 other Lees $69. Blood Bank Flora Dordi of Toqe Brethren Aman 11 3$-5 30

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