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Delphi Journal Citizen (Newspaper) - February 1, 1973, Delphi, Indiana Haq 1 sous Eck bw5ett Bitt 4,aic4 15c vol. Xxxii a no. 22 Delphi Indiana 46923, thursday february 1, 1973subscription rate a Indiana $6.00 out of state $8.00 m v c of c president a Louis Brubaker right new Delphi chamber of Commerce president is pictured shaking hands with the outgoing president Willi Wall Mann Ai the annual chamber of Commerce banquet monday evening at the american legion Home. Directors this year Are James l. Lloyd Jerrry Wagner Larry Dunbar Louis Brubaker Jeff Smith Raymond Todd Bill Payne Bill Kirchoff and Fred Simon. Staff photo band students earn High ratings in contest at Kokomo saturday about 95 students from Delphi Community Middle school and High school took part in the District Solo ensemble contest Fet Kokomo last saturday. The students ranged from sixth graders to seniors and represented about 75 per cent of the band students in those grades. They were separated according to class Grade and were judged according to pre set standards. Quot the students Are listed below with their ratings. A third division rating is Good second is excellent and first is Superior. Sixth Grade students group third division rating Jeff rider flute Solo and Steve Seele trumpet Solo. Sixth Grade group second f Dee Sanderson clarinet Solo Dick Driscol trumpet Solo Nancy Beale and Cheryl Humphrey flute duet Celena Crume Peggy Walters and Jerri Moore flute Trio Dania Duke and Penny Selleck trumpet duet Bill Hefner Roger Replogle and Steve Seele trumpet Trio. Sixth Grade group first a Cohnie Cree flute Solo Cheryl sell flute Solo Jerilyn Anderson saxophone Solo Bill Leinberger baritone Solo Connie Cree and Cheryl sell flute duet. Seventh and eighth Grade group i third Eddie George and Richard Larimore trumpet a duet Dave Alvarez Brad Burton and Bill stauffer brass Trio. Seventh and eighth Grade group i second Terry Snoe Berger trumpet Solo Rick Munson trombone Solo Beth hawn and Leanna Johns clarinet duet Ramona Seese Beth Bradshaw and Eunice Todd saxophone Trio j. D. Bowman Scott Barnard and Kendall trumpet Trio. Seventh and eighth Grade group i first Gina Young clarinet Solo Jon Johnson saxophone Solo Jpe Leinberger trumpet Solo Kitty Petry and Kathy Herron clarinet duet Gina Young and Mia Weddell clarinet duet Sherri Flora Kay Walton and Mia Weddell clarinet Trio Susan Abbott Mike Young and Gina Driscol saxophone Trio. High school group ii second Cindy sell Nancy Shertzer and Marcia Abbott flute Trio Maryanna Smith Susan Mullin and Mary Allbaugh flute Trio Ken Brovont Bob Kendall Ron Rutledge Melanie Gish and Kevin Leahy brass quartet. High school group ii first Vicki overholser Laura Barnard and Cindy Gish saxophone Trio Denise Driscol Sheryl Driscol Linda Briggs Marcia Goodwin Cindy Cripe Diana Oberkrom Carol Fountain Judy Vansickle Teresa Barnett Judy Rogers Barbara rude Kim Petry and Joann Campbell clarinet choir. High school group second Mike Dyer Randy Replogle Scott Henderson and Dale Snipes brass quartet Mary Lake Cheryl edging Patty Bowman and Jane Snoeberger saxophone quartet. High school group first a Mike Dyer Cindy Acheson Scott Henderson Dale Snipes and Marcia Romein brass quintet. This group qualified for the state Solo ensemble contest and will compete in this contest feb. 17 in Indianapolis. Accompanists for the various groups were Linda Briggs Denise Driscol Marcia Goodwin Joyce Hughes Mary Lake Susan Lan an Cindy sell Nancy Shertzer Teresa Shirar mrs. Richard Kendall mrs. Wayne Replogle and mrs. Dean Sanderson. Chaperones for the Day were mrs. Ralph Cree or. And mrs. Richard Driscol mrs. Kent Duke mrs. Floyd Gish jr., mrs. Earl Hefner mrs. Frank Herron mrs. Richard Kendall mrs. Wayne Replogle and mrs. Junior Walters. Five county men listed among the Vietnam dead five servicemen from Carroll county Are among the Indiana list of casualties in connection with the Vietnam conflict which was issued by the Indiana department of veterans affairs in Indianapolis. The names of the five Accord ing to records in the newspaper Iles and released by Carroll county veterans service officer Robert Morrow follow. Up 6 James Terry Abbott 26, Flora. Army. Died january 11, 1971. Widow is the former Gonny Rutton. Of the Netherlands. Parents Are mrs. M. E. Joan Jack i son of Flora and the late James Abbott. Pfc Ronald Charles a Collins 19, Flora. Army. Died december i 15, 1969. Widow is the former i Glenda Horn of Logansport. Parents Are mrs. Colleen slay of Logansport and Charles Collins of Monticello. In James Charles Delaplane 20, of it. 2, Camden. Navy. Died april 17, 1968. Parents Are or. And mrs. C. Kenneth Delaplane of it. 2, Camden. Sgt Jerome Richard Kelly 21, Cutler army. Died february 16, 1968. Parents Are or. And mrs. Kenneth Kelly of Cutler. Cpl Michael Walters 19, of it. 2, Delphi. Marine corps. Died july 28, 1969. Parents Are or. And mrs Eugene Jack Walters of it. 2, Delphi. Change salaries on Appeal Revenue sharing funds to be used of buy land new farm feed Grain bases May be set now John e. Snoeberger chairman of the Carroll county ask committee today announces that farms without a feed Grain base May have a base established for the 1973 a feed Grain program if they meet eligibility requirements. An. Application for a new farm base must be filed with the county ass office located about a male and a half South of Delphi by february 15, 1973. Feed Grain bases for 1973 Are automatically established for All old farms that had base for 1972. The new farm provision applies Only to farms that do not have a base. To be eligible for a new farm feed Grain base neither the owner or operator of the farm May have an interest in any other farm which has a feed Grain base established for 1973. The operator must expect to obtain More than 50 percent of his 1973 income from farming. Also the farm for which an application is filed must be suitable for feed Grain production without undue erosion. Any interested producer who can meet these requirements should Contact the ask office for an application by the final filing Date of february 15. Historical society Board plans activities plans were developed during the recent Board meeting of the Carroll county historical society for the annual dinner meeting to be in March at the masonic Temple in Delphi. Lawrence Vandervolgen vice president is program chairman. The tentative Date for the dinner is March 15th. Mary Scott president of the genealogical society Doris Peterson Phyllis Moore and Ruth White were appointed on a committee to consider the reprinting of John c. Odell a history of Carroll county Indiana. Printed in 1916, the Book a tells of Carroll county people industries and institutions. It is illustrated and contains biographical sketches of representative citizens and genealogical records of Many old families the Delphi Lions club has donated $130 toward an historical sign or Marker in Delphi. Camden state Bank personnel promoted following re election of the same Camden state Bank directors at the annual meeting of stockholders recently the directors elected officers for the coming year. W. O. Pettiner was re elected As chairman and president and Robert l. Pettiner As vice president. Max Gish was named executive vice president and Joe t. Jones cashier. Gish an employee of the Bank since january of 1948, has been cashier for the past several years and is a graduate of the banking school of the University of Wisconsin. Jones has been with the Bank since february 1965, and holds a Bachelor degree from Purdue University. He is also a graduate of the Wisconsin school of banking. Other promotions announced by the Board were the appointment of two new assistant Cashiers mrs. Myra Gardner and mrs. Jean Beamer. Mrs. Gardner has been with the Bank since 1958 and mrs. Beamer since 1970. The directors believe that the promoted individuals Here announced Are extremely Well qualified for the new positions and that they will greatly enforce and improve the banking services extended. In session monday the Carroll county Council by motion allocated the $37,910 major appropriation fixed by the state Board of tax commissioners for personal services salaries in the Carroll county welfare department. This followed an earlier Appeal of the welfare department after health Board hears reports elects officers eyes closing school or. Charles l. Wise was reelected chairman for 1973 of the Carroll county Board of health it the january session held in the Delphi office of school superintendent Arthur Weddell who also was re elected vice chairman. By virtue of his office of county health officer or. T. Neal Petry is Secretary. The Board accepted and welcomed the recent reappointment of Manson Campbell of Delphi As a member of the Board of health for another Lour Yaar term. He was presented a for year certificate by or. Wise. Or. Petry reviewed the Burlington school subject. After discussion the Board unanimously approved his action in the matter to Date and directed him to use whatever Means Are necessary to close the Burlington schoolhouse permanently at the end of the 1972-�1973 school year. I s. Thelma Trent county a nurse reported All routine work completed and work now started on records in the schools. She also reported that the two nuts ing students from Purdue University school of nursing had completed their Community health clinic time in Carroll county. The a a Quot training period was completed in december and the Purdue faculty sent thanks for assistance Given Here. A vital statistics report on the number of babies deaths and burial permits issued for the year 1972 was Given by mrs. Mabel Snoeberger clerk. In a statistical report of activities for 1972, Charles Burton sanitarian told that he issued 149 private sewage permits made 121 permit inspections and was involved in other activities concerning food and general sanitation. Or. Wise reported on the testing program of employees at a manufacturing Plant in Flora. B. Jesse Zook chairman of the budget committee reported on their activities and informed the committee of plans to meet with the Carroll county Council. The next quarterly meeting will be at 7 . On april 4th in the office of school superintendent William Rector at Flora or the office of or. John Bush near Flora. Those present and not mentioned include or. Marilyn Wagoner and or. Harry Jones. The Council had set the salaries at budget time last fall. The Council monday passed an ordinance to Amend the salary ordinance for 1973 passed by the Council in regular annual session on september 5, 1972. The welfare director s salary for 1973 was allowed at $7,800 monday by the Council. The directors salary had been set at $7,760 by the Council in the fall. The director received $7,560 in 1972. The caseworkers will now get a total of $16,020, which is $820 higher than set for by the Council. Salaries for two caseworkers and a part time one Are included in this figure. Last year $14,400 was appropriated. The clerical Secretary in the welfare office will receive $5,280 and not the $5,300 granted by the Council because of her category step salary scale. Last year she received $5,040. The homemaker in the department will now receive $4,050, which is $50 More than granted by the Council in the fall. Last year she received $3,920. The Case Aid has been allowed $3,920 following the Appeal $80 More than the amount originally set by the Council. The 1972 figure was $3,780. Board members will continue to receive up to the maximum of $800, which is unchanged. Board members each receive $10 per meeting and Are allowed a maximum of two meetings per month. There Are five Board members. Another transaction affected the salary of the sanitarian in the health department. He will receive $7,500. Request has been made for a salary of $7,100 for continued on Page 6 t Cinderella a children a play will he staged in Delphi Community High school Little theatre feb. 10 with two performances 10 30 . And 1 . Five members of the 36-member cast Are shown above. They Are from left seated Tulp and Jane Ann George standing Terri Dickinson Melinda Mears and Sara Daly. Admission is 50-cents. A bus will leave Camden at 10 . To take play goers to the first performance and then return them to Camden after the performance. The play originally had been scheduled for december but had to be cancelled because of an ice storm. Staff photo Remc directors attend statewide convention thirteen Carroll county Remc directors the manager and their wives have returned from the two Day statewide convention at Hilton hotel Indianapolis. At the monday meeting of the Board of directors Fred Winter Kom of Harrison county was elected president of Indiana state wide . Donald Gilbert of Steuben county was elected vice president and Malcolm Mcclure of Sullivan county Secretary treasurer. Attending from Carroll county were or. And mrs. Clarence Cleaver or. And mrs. Charles Campbell or. And mrs. Orville j Campbell or. And mrs. Charles Pearson or. And mrs. Cleo Metzger or. And mrs. Dennis Porter or. And mrs. William Mullin or. And mrs. Mark Garrison or. And mrs. James White or. And mrs. J Robert Wingard or. And mrs. Coy Shanks or. And mrs. Joe Scott or. And mrs. Herbert Isaacs and Gordon Flora. Rotary guests a Louis Brubaker president and general manager of Alloy crafts co., Delphi told about the history of his company and the products it manufactures at the Delphi rotary meeting tuesday. He is pictured above left with Sharon a. A a Shari Coomey assistant general manager and business manager and Dale a. Brubaker assistant general manager and chief Engineer who assisted him in the rotary presentation. The program was the first of four to be presented on local manufacturing firms. Story on Page four. Staff photo wreck near Rockfield arrests five connected the arrest of a South Bend Man who wrecked a car in Carroll county led to the arrest of five persons in connection with j an armed robbery in Muncie in which 25 Money orders Worth $95 each were taken. Three of the five allegedly were involved in passing forged Money orders at three Delphi businesses Beesley s depart j ment store Johns liquor store and Brosman Siga grocery according to Carroll county sheriff Dale Macurdy. The Chain of arrests began with William ii Andow 22, of South Bend who wrecked a car last sunday morning half a mile West of Rockfield. The car burned completely but l a n d o w escaped serious passing Motorist who came by after the wreck took Landow to the Carroll county police department to report the wreck and then took him to St. Elizabeth Hospital. Landow told officers his name was Ronald Tyner and said that he had been robbed by a Hitchhiker. Officers were suspicious of his Story and became More sceptical when they Learned that Landow had run away from the Hospital after refusing to be treated. When officers went to the Home of Tyner 3229 s. Ninth St., Lafayette to investigate they found the real Ronald Tyner and also the imposter who Hud wrecked the car. When confronted by officers Landow gave them another assumed name. He said he was William James Bonds of fort Dodge Iowa. A woman living at that same Lafayette address Joyce y. Thomas 37, told officers that the j car she had been leasing from Glenn r. Pitman inc., had been stolen from her driveway. It was the car which Landow had wrecked. Lan few jailed Landow was arrested on a charge of vehicle taking and was placed in the Tippecanoe county jail. Officers obtained his social Security number which led to his True identification. Macurdy said there Are four warrants out on Landow in South Bend. Further investigation led to the arrest of Tyner Joyce Thomai j and three others by Muncie to i lice tuesday. Tyner age 28, and John t. Briggs of Muncie were i charged with the armed robbery j of Ross food store in Muncie. 1 arrested and charged As accessories in the robbery were Joyce Thomas Margaret Phelps 27, of 3435 e. Union Lafayette Andi Alva j. Foust 29, of 3229 s. Ninth Lafayette. Macurdy said charges will be filed in Carroll county against the three women in connection with three forged Money orders passed in Delphi. The three leads to seven with robbery Money orders were identified As part of the 25 stolen in the Muncie robbery. Beesley a department store received a Money order Jan. 17 and the owner Myron Beesley reported it to county police after Reading about an identical forged Money order which had been cashed in Logansport. Four others had been passed in Monticello. County police were notified Jan. 21 that the persons who had passed the checks in Monticello had been identified. This information plus further investigating prompted by the arrest of Landow led to the identification of the persons involved with the Money orders passed in Delphi. Officers investigating the incidents were county officer Lee Hoard sheriff Macurdy state police including trooper d. C. Davis Lafayette police and Tippecanoe county police. Seventh arrest made arrest resulted from continued on Page 5 offers $200 Reward for finding wife Ralph Sines of it. 4, Delphi is offering a $200 Reward to the person or persons who find the body of his wife Thelma Sines who disappeared in the Wabash River near the Carrollton Bridge on nov. 28. Anyone who finds her body is asked to Call state or county police. Do not Call or. Sines. Police continue search for mrs. Thelma Sines in the continued search for mrs. Ralph Thelma Sines of it. 4, Delphi who has been missing Jor two months state troopers d. C. Davis and Herb Clear flew the state police helicopter Over the Wabash River Between Delphi and Lafayette thursday to no Avail. The 54-year-old woman was reported missing at 4 57 . Nov. 28, 1972, when her husband returned Home from work. Her car was found parked near the Carrollton Bridge Over the Wabash River North of Delphi leading authorities to believe she might have jumped in the River. That suspicion was reinforced when Sines found a note from his wife reportedly stating she intended to jump off a Bridge. Repeated efforts to find her body have proved fruitless. A Reward is offered for anyone who finds her body. A Johnny a asked the grammar teacher a please Tell me what it is when i say a i love you love he a ass launches search for family to Host an overseas student a ten month a a experience in International relations without leaving the Community that a what ass International scholarships is offering Delphi Community school corporation chapter president mrs. Jack Little is searching for a family that will Host an overseas student for the coming school year. The youth will live with the family and attend classes at Delphi Community High school i a the main requirement for an ass Host family is the parents concern for and interest in Young people a mrs. Little says. Families interested in participating in the ass experience Are urged to write or Call mrs. Little at Delphi 564-2627 or,564-4450. Ass Intel National Headquarters in new York City carefully screens candidates who apply for a years stay in the United states. Students come Here from Over 60 countries. There Are 2,622 students from abroad eur remly living and studying in America this year. _ the ass program can be not Only beneficial to the student but also extremely rewarding to the Host family. A family May acquire new perspectives about another culture experience the fun of a new and continuing Friendship and help a student discover the life of a Community and a nation. Aside from food costs and possibly some Small incidental expenses the Host family incurs no debt in hosting a student. The local chapter raises an annual fee which w Hen supplemented by whatever contributions the student can afford covers ass program expenses. Ass also extends a monthly allowance directly to the student to cover incidental personal expenses. The organization makes sure Host families will not have to pay medical Bills Lor students. As a matter of policy ass extends medical coverage to its students. Host families May take a monthly tax deduction in accordance with provisions made by the United states internal Revenue service. A so there is very Little expense to a Host family a mrs. Little stressed. A what is really needed is something that cannot be bought love and attention that every Young person wants in a Home while Many families participating in the ass program include children who Are High school students any family is eligible to serve As a Host. Young families can have tremendous Success when they Volunteer As hosts. It becomes a learning experience for Young children and for parents themselves

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