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Delphi Journal Citizen (Newspaper) - January 5, 1967, Delphi, Indiana Indiana state Library India. Polis ind.>46206 vol. Xxvii _ no. 17 single Issue 10c a a jurors selected the names of eight prospective a a Rand jurors and 50 prospective Petit jurors for the january 1967 term of Carroll circuit court were drawn tuesday morning by jury commissioners frankly Brook and Arnel Spring Andl car poll circuit clerk Frank Wilcox. Names chosen for the grand. I Ira include Lewis Richard Funkhouser Deer Creek Charles Edward Sibbitt Carrollton mar Vin Henderson Deer Creek Kenneth e. Yeakley washing of ton Charles Lee Burton Monroe Raymond v. Hanna Adams Kenneth Miller Clay and Orla Timm Tippecanoe. A the prospective Petit jurors Are a. Merideth Burge Deer Creek Maurice Cripe Clay Morris w. Clem Monroe Charles w. Draper Burlington Thomas e. Brooks Monroe Mary Opal ringer Jackson Charles , Washington Goldie Row Man Rock Creek John guck Ieti Washington Robert n. Coomey Deer Creek Dana Roach keys Monroe and Ray Miller Democrat. _ j i u Clayton of a million Adams Robert Overhulser Monroe Joe c. Stewart Rock Creek Mary f. Dittman Jackson Floyd r. Chapman Jackson William j. Sieber Democrat Nelson Wayne amp Ines Deer Creek Elizabeth m. Pit of stick Jeff Ersoff Agnes f. Riiff Ord Clay Perry million Jefferson Marvin h. Bullock Adams Robert r. Mcconnico Tippe a Canoe and Roy a. Newhouser Clay. Also Dorthea Shaffer Deer Creek Glae Clawson Tippecanoe Cyril l. Bowman. Rock a Creek John Harvey Todd Bur Lington John c. Frey Democrat Leroy Biggs Madison Earl by Hook Monroe Marvin j. Yoder Monroe Glen Clingenpeel jr., Monroe William Max Gish Juelson George w. Burkhalter Clay and Merle Gingrich Madison. Charles c. Roberson Jackson Max Landes jr., Carrollton Ollie p. Limp Deer Creek Thomas f Sanderson Jackson Paul achoo Burlington William e. Bieghler Burlington a Marvin Thedron Democrat John d. Brown Burlington Charles Robert Vingard Leer Creek Orville Brown Tippecanoe Harry e. Tam Deer Creek Clarence r. Zartman Deer greek and a Carl Sagers Tippecanoe a r Dittman chosen Chr. Of commissioners Carl Dittman Democrat of Jackson township who is serving his second year of jus first term was named chairman of the Carroll county Board of commissioners at the regular organization meeting of the group tuesday. A two cars demolished in two accidents at Treida a Corner a Young Frankfort girl was released from a Lafayette Hospital after she allegedly refused treatment for injuries suffered in an Auto Accident West of Delphi. Miss Phyllis Shelley 15, of Lee Flora Democrat of Deer i Frankfort a passenger in a car Creek township who is serving driven by Walter Kirk 35, Frank his third year of his first term suffered neck and Back in was elected vice president of the juries when Kirk lost control of commissioners and chairman of vehicle at 9 10 . Wednes the Carroll county drainage Day of last week As they were Board. Dittman was drainage travelling toward Delphi. The i ? William Bradshaw of delphic 1966 fund drive a chair Board head last year. Driver and another passenger Man for the Carroll county United fund reported tuesday. P l a a 1 Ren Groninger Republican of Robert Shelley a brother of miss that the goal of $18,500 is Short by $7,112. According to. Rialls l subscription a Indiana $3.00, All others $3.50 fund $7,100reports 1966 chairman division winners a in the 4-h electric project Are pictured left to right front Row Jeff Moss Divis Ion v Jerry Moss division in Paul Marcelino division Iii and Phil Martin division ii. In the Back Are by Nea is of the Remc and Cecil Rouse of the Public service company who presented the awards on behalf of their companies. Accidents result in injuries damages John Leroy Franklin 23, of it. 1, Battle ground reportedly lost Tesij stain St in 7 t a carro11 coup by re it my and pub 13 4-h electric awards Given hit m for crop drive to forty seven Hundred dollars have been collected for the 1966 crop drive in Cavroll county. Crop is the Community food Appeal of Church world service., the food is distributed on a person to person basis through 4 Church related agencies. Also j other help is Given by crop to i assist in helping Yie hungry people to raise food crop provides help in thirty countries. Below is the report by town ships of contribution of the laundromat and dentists office As he was Enro Ute West. The Franklin car Slid into a parked 1959 Model car belonging to George n. Plantenga of Mulberry and it was forced into a 1960 Model car owned by Mauric Ltd g. Herr of Lafayette which also was parked a j mrs. Marjorie Franklin 22, suffered a partially collapsed lung. She and her husband were taken to a local doctors office in the Cornell ambulance. Damages to the Franklin vehicle were listed at $1,500 and to the Herr car at $100 while the Plantenga Auto was listed As a total loss.5 Franklin was arrested by trooper Dennis Davis for reckless driving. He was assisted in the investigation by City police and Deputy sheriff Jerry Britton. The Accident happened at 145 trophies and notebooks presented the 4-h electric awards on wednesday december 28, t thirteen 4-h�?Ters of Carroll county. _ v f Quot the joint sponsors announced the following winners division i Steven Scott Mark Meade Curt Weller Harold Zink and Mike Adams division ii Phil Martin runner up de Hanna division Iii a Paul Marcelino runner up David Martin division in Jerry Moss runner up Randy Duff division v f Jef Moss runner up Gerald Henna. A it me Kasten county Extension agent stated the winners were selected on the Over All 4-h record 4-h electric work How the electric project goes along with other 4,h projects and the fair placings. The awards consist of radios Rock Creek township who is be ginning his third term As commissioner this term for four years is vice chairman of the drainage Board. Paul Smith Republican who just began his first term As auditor Secretary of the Board of commissioners. Robert Morrow has been reappointed veterans service officer for another year. Lewis mull in will continue As county attorney Luther Hunt of Delphi a been named head custodian of tar courthouse to replace Tom Rush Leonard Hendrickson of card or will continue As custodian. A a group composed of Ferris Hylton Harry Robertson Ralpl Loman and Robert Gangwer appeared before the commissioner or consideration of a former be Shelley escaped injuries. Kirk travelling on u. S. 421, three and at half Miles West of Jelphi claimed he was forced off he Road by another vehicle approaching in the opposite direction at the curve at Treida a Corner. The ear skidded approximately 300 feet and came to rest ust North of Indiana 18. Miss Shelley was taken to St. Four . Districts of car Elizabeth Hospital in the Cornell Rou county Rural electric Mem ambulance. Be ship corporation. Will hold Deputy sheriff Jerry a Britton Meengs in january to choose a ame upon the Accident and re Bradshaw Only 62 per cent Haft been collected or pledged so Olla in a township workers or chairmen include Adams township Doug million. Remc directors to be nominated sorted a state Highway sign was damaged and the 1960 Model car belonging to Ethel Shelley was a Otal loss. Cars driven by Jerry Miller 8, of it. 1, Delphi and mrs. Delores Evans 23, of Flora were Ilion for a Blacktop for a mile by holy damaged when they col and a half in Democrat township a narrow Point on a curve m old Indiana 75, Between Cam Len and Flora now cr-100n, at 1 45 . Dec. 26th. No one was in or 550-s and or 575-w. Laude Wickard gets License plate no. 1 j for the third successive year. Claude Wickard of Carrolton township received License plate number one. This was revealed tuesday when License Branch nominee for director in each of the four districts. Each year one third of the districts hold nomination meetings for the purpose of naming their Choice of director. Through this plan an individual serves a three year term As director. At each of these meetings tone individual is chosen by secret ballot As a nominee for director for the District. Additional nominations May be made from the injured. Trooper Herbert Clear il001�?T at the annual Meetis Gand Deputy sheriff Jerry Britton investigated. A sleepy Driver lost a control of Lis car on the curve at Treida a Corner at 1 30 . Friday according to Deputy sheriff Jerry i Britton who investigated. Melvin the members from a District cannot actually elect a director since this must be it done by the entire membership at the annual meeting which is scheduled to be wednesday March 15, at Carroll Burlington township Dick Davis and James Neptune. Burlington business Fred Anderson and Earl Rodkey. Car Voliton township mrs. Carl Landes and mrs. Mitchell Sanderson. Clay township Kenneth e. Miller and Lloyd Templin. Delphi business Herb Garver Bob Bowman Tom Peters b. B. Berning a Bill Kerlin Ralph Melin John Young Bob Brook Bank Paul Mavity Frank Fitch Mel Jackson and Leo Craig. Deer Creek township Gamma Gamma no Kappa Kappa Kappa and Psi Iota i sororities.? Clayton in. Adams Burlington Carrollton 622.16. 319.64519.00 Clay. ,320.00 a Creel Socrat Deer i Damocl Jackson Jefferson Liberty a. / a i to v t Madison. 249.77 .33 2< 603.51 417.98 11�.38 Monroe. 602.00 Rock Creek .�.l. 91,04 Tippecanoe a. 103l82 \ Washington 177.05 the total collect inns Are $4, 3.08. In addition to two amount $112.25 was carried Over from 1965. Vav j. C the Carroll county Christian youth Council canvassed the Toiven and collected Over $400.00, which is included in the township report. Also the amount includes Money Given Froin Friendship acres. Many farriers gave an acre of Grain to the program.1 Clayton million and Dean Todd have served As Campaign direct ors. Rev. Dallas Landrum has served As chairman. Anyone who would like to contribute to this 4riye May Send contributions to Rev. Orland j. Gibbons county crop treasurer Camden. . January 1. At 2 . Dec. 29th, a 1964 Model car driven by mrs. Elizabeth Lowe Tocco. 23, of logans port skidded out of control on or 500-n and damaged Fence belonging to mrs. Maude Jones East of Camden. Darr Jage to the car was set at $150 and to the Fence at $40 by investigating officer Deputy sheriff Jerry Britton. A 1958 Model automobile driven by Richard a. Graves 20 of West Lafayette skidded on a Hill on county Road 725-n, just West of Oakdale dam about . New years Day. Deputy sheriff Jerry Brit top said the car was coming Down i he Oakdale Hill and skidded 400 feet. It hit an embankment then rolled Over on its top and stopped on the Roadway. Trooper Dennis Davis also investigated. Grave suffered lacerations and contusions to his arms and head police reported. The passengers Dianne Moore 17, and Faye Oilar 15, of it. 10, Lafayette sustained fractured right arms and lacerations. Another passenger Richard l. Minniear 20, of it. 2, Ladoga had head and lacerations. All were taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for treatment. Deputy sheriff Jerry. Britton investigated an Accident at 8 40 . New years eve on or 700-w near the Hickory Grove Church involving cars driven by Jerry d. Miller 18, and Byron a a. Rider both of it. 1, Delphi. Dam age to each car was set at $150 Deputy Britton reported that Miller had stopped and was attempting to Back to Park when his 1961 Model vehicle was struck in the Side by the 1963 Model rider Auto which skidded and was unable to Stop because of fresh Snow. Manager m. E. Jackson released Hayes 24�?T driving a 1966, Model the recipients of Low numbered a owned by James Crenshaw a License plates Lor 1967. Mrs. Bessie Crain is office manager. Others who received Low License numbers with the prefix of 8a this year beginning with two through 30 Are mayor Wayne Van sickle Robert Kearns Helen Roth Fred Dillon Raymond Crain or. George Wagoner Jerry Blue Dave Clem Tom pit stick Richard Depoy Robert Calloway Ruth Howell Margaret Mabbitt Melvina Goyer Joe Starkey Nathaniel Starkey Smith construction Don Brewer Lee rep pert John j. Mcmanus Dick Mcmanus Mike Clawson Charles r. Guckien Charles Guckien John Guckien Forrest Orr John Sanderson Richard e. Haugh and Paul Clem. Those receiving the first 30 school of Christian living starts monday the Carroll county school of Christian living sponsored by the Carroll county Council of churches will begin monday at the Flora methodist Church. Sessions will be on mondays and thursdays Jan. 9, 12, 16, 19, 23 and 26 from 7 30 to 9 30 . Courses offered and the teach plates with the prefix of 8b Are Ray Huffer Elinor and Fred Flora Mary m. Meek Gale or Pearl Crowell Gale of Pearl Crowell Allen Shell service Mike Wilcox Joan Jackson Robert and Norma Perrigo Walter Allen Cornell funeral Home Corne funeral Home Lee Crowell Fern Plunkett Herb Isaacs Robert Hyman Bill Penn or. Petry or Petry Lee Reppert John me Cormick Joe Cook m. E. Jackson James Neptune Clarence Crain Anna Mccarty Vernon Parman Vernon Parman Ruth Whiteman and Tom Brooks. Approximately 1,000 plates were sold by the close of business tuesday. Those helping mrs. Crain in the Branch Are mrs. Letha Isaacs mrs. Penne Clawson mrs. Martha passenger apparent fell asleep at the wheel As they were i return i a on u. S. 421 to Detroit Mich there they live. No one was in cured including another passenger. The car was demolished according to Deputy sheriff Terry Britton investigating offi cer. Home and contents fire ers Are a roman Catholic protestant dialogue father Peter Van Tiel of St. Joseph Catholic Church and Rev. James Beard St. Matthews. Lutheran Church both of Delphi. A Paul the Man and his work a Rev. Fred Lanan Delphi presbyterian Church. A a panel on mental health the panel will consist of six qualified persons. How the Bible came to be Rev. David Bickett of the Rock Field and Burrows presbyterian churches. A group dynamics Rev. Irving Philips and associate Gary Boatright both of Calvary pres bytes part Church in Logansport. This new school will replace i Depoy and Raymond Crain the new management Lewis and Phyllis Shaffer of it. 2, Monticello who live near Oakdale dam have assumed management of the Hay Edori restaurant on North washing on St. Across from Globe valve t will be known As Lewie and Phylls restau Rait. Old leadership training school. It is hoped that All churches will be represented by Many of its Lay people teachers and pastors. ? the panel for mental health is As follows Jan. 9�?�?oloneliness,�?� Don Brown director of nurses of Logansport state Hospital Jan. 12 a a a children a problems a or. Persis Simmons Tippecanoe count mental health Center Jan. 16 a a Hospital care a or. Ernest Fogel Logansport state Hospital Jan. 19�?�?oafter care a Wayne Ambrose after care patient consultant for dept of mental health for Logansport state Hospital Region Jan. 23�?�?~those who care for us a panel of patients and Gerald Mcclean director of Volunteer services at the Hospital Jan. 26�?�?oadopt-a-patient,�?� Lillis Albregts member state committee on adopt a patient program and a Volunteer Helen Quick county vol Royal Arch masons to. Install officers Jan. 10 Cyril Jackson will be installed As High priest of Delphi chapter no. 21, r.., at a stated meeting on tuesday january 10th. Other officers being installed Are Robert Huff King Jerry Wagner scribe John w. San the Home of William Thompson which is along the Tippecanoe River near paths place was burned to the ground at 3 . Wednesday morning. Mrs. Thompson and the four children escaped the Blaze but mrs. Thompson received Burns on her arms. All the contents were lost including their clothing. Or. Thompson a trucker was at work at the time. There Are four children in the family two boys and two girls ranging in Ages from 6 to 12. Three of the children Are in school at Pittsburg and were unable to attend wednesday 4 because their clothing All burned in the Blaze. Anyone desiring to help the family should Contact his sister mrs. Don Sterrett Delphi. His Mother is mrs. Nettie Thompson. The Tri township fire department responded to the Call. The temperature was. About 10 degrees above Zero. The fire was believed to have originated from the Furnace. The dates and places of the meetings and the director who has served the District the past three years Are As follows january 9 Burlington legion Hall District 7, Joe Scott. January 10 Purmont school District 9, Cleo 11 new Hope school District 10, William Dickinson. January 12 Rockfield Presby Terian Church Hall District 14, Gordon Flora. Democrat township Hutson. Flora business Flora rotary club. Jackson township John Berkshire. Jefferson township Richard million arid Bobby ringer. Liberty township mrs. Richard Mccarty. A Monroe township Delta Theta Chi and Psi Iota i sororities. Tippecanoe township women a Relief corps. Anyone who has not been solicited May Send their contribution to chairman Bradshaw in Delphi. Many county residents will be contacted in the near future. Daniel e. Setters the nations 4.033 professional leaders of the boy scouts of America were challenged to recruit Between june 1 and dec. 31, 500 qualified men to beep me scout executives to meet the expanding needs of the a qut movement. A the National office of the boy scouts 6f America in new Brunswick n. J., announced recently Simon Irick compiles Clinton county Atlas Simon h. Irick a former principal at Flora has compiled a Clinton county Indiana historical Atlas which is dedicated to the citizens of Clinton county. The publication contains maps and narrative giving the genesis and metamorphosis of the civil and. Political units of government of the county. J four pages Are dedicated to historical data and narrative. $257 in halves and 5 Gal. Paint reported missing a 1 a gallon bucket containing $257 in halves and five Gallons of paint were reported missing from a store room in the Flora Reno Tel by Raymond Landis owner. The that Daniel e. Setters of fill South Wayne Street Flora Fias been the 500th qualified Nian accepted for a professional career in scouting. Y setters who is 22 year old and married has been in scouting nine years and attained the highest rank of Eagle scout. He is a graduate of Purdue University where he majored in a political science. He was president of the Merfi dist youth Fellowship and attended the 5th,. National Jamboree in Colorado Springs colo., in 1960 As a Junior assistant scoutmaster. He said he has considered a career in scouting Eyer since he became a boy scout j setters will be a Mong 60 men attending the 285th National training school for professional break in which occurred leaders in scouting to be conduct or in a. Sometime Over the Holiday was discovered at 4 30 . On Mon Day. Flora chief of police Harry Humphrey and his department sgt. Det. Dale Douglass and state police trooper d. C. Davis Are investigating the break in. De feb. 14 to March 30 at the Schiff scout reservation at Merid Ham n. Court news Secretary Alexander Zajan Captain of the Host Clarence roller principal sojourner and Carl r. Jones Royal Arch Captain. Attend girl scout Roundup reunion miss Christina Bartlow and mis Mary Ellen Dwyer attended the reunion of tribal trails girl scout councils Roundup patrols. Miss Bartlow daughter of or. And mrs. A1 Bartlow of Delphi is a Junior at Derson treasurer John Smith in jul t Alu Kent state miss see retard a Dwyer daughter of or. And mrs. Film on legislation others who will work in the eating place Are mrs. Margaret j aids Greene mrs. Mary Wray mrs. I Untener chairman. The moderators Jean Fife and mrs. Rosie claw j for the program will be Lillis son 1 Albregts and Alfred Moss. Carroll county association for retarded children will meet in the Flora Library thursday Jan. 12, at 7 30 . Slides will be shown on legislation for the mentally retarded which will be presented at this session of the legislature. A social hour will follow the meeting. Michael Dwyer of Camden attends St. Mary s College. Both girls represented the local Council at the Roundup Encampment held at Button Bay Vermont in 1962. Other patrol members attending went to Idaho in 1965, and miss Barbara Alderson executive director of the Council who trained the girls was a member of a patrol from Decatur i1l, at the Michigan Roundup. The Over night party was held at the Home of their Volunteer Trainer mrs. Richard Ledman of re i Bringhurst. Petr Jjon to vacate Alley \ a petition has been filed in Carroll of Cuil a ourt by Cloyd Moss and when for vacation of Alley in i pwn of Burlington. Ii shop and Bishop Are attorneys for petitioned awarded team trophy _ Steve Brehmer Captain of coach Bill Jargstorff Delphi Oracle basketball Ipp ground 4 Whai Quot Pion ship trophy at the re cent Battie ground 4-Way tourney by Royce Kurtz night Spenn pendent of the Tippecanoe schools and for j superintendent. Delphi beat Pine Village and Williamsport to win the Crown. I four men arrested Roger d. Burge 18, of near Flora was arrested Friday by Flora chief of police Harry Humphrey and Deputy sheriff Bill Bau Mand faces a charge of theft. He is being held in the county a jail. Richard Lee Godbey 22, of Lafayette was arrested by w. L. Jamison and was jailed for bail jumping in connection with1 a theft charge. Dewey Wade Massengil 22, of it. % Camden and Edgar e. Massing fun 35, of bring Hurel Are being held in the county jail on assault and Battery charges following what officers termed a a Bra what the Flora laundromat at 4 . Monday. Complaint to mandate the state of Indiana on the relation of Bertha j. Noble is Carroll county Council Fred w Martin Fred l. Mccain Fred e. Rodkey John t. Smith Glenn b. Eikenberry George w. Peterson and waiter o. Sprinkle is a complaint to mandate appropriation and was filed in Carroll circuit court through attorneys Ives and Ives. During the months of ocl nov., and dec. 1964 the complaint states mrs. Noble incurred actual travel expense in the sum of $98.01 while serving As county attendance officer for which she has not been paid. The complaint requests the Council to a Propri a hrs us aae by earned by mrs. Noble

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