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Greensburg Daily News (Newspaper) - April 5, 1990, Greensburg, Indiana 2a�?Greensburg daily news thursday april 5, 1990 deaths Helen l. Davis Hiner 85 Helen l. Davis Hiner 85, Dreyer Haus nursing Home Batesville ind., died wednesday april 4,1990 in the Dreyer Haus nursing Home. She was born july 24, 1904 in Ohio the daughter of William and Mattie Davis. Her husband John Hiner preceded her in death. She is survived by two sons Raymond Hiner Aurora ind., and Russell Hiner Indianapolis two daughters mrs. Loren Dorothy Tebbe . La Greensburg and Mildred Lindow Shelbyville ind., and several cousins. Services will be 1 30 . Friday at the Cook funeral Home Sunman ind., with the Rev. Steven Ware officiating. Burial will be in the St. John s lutheran cemetery in Napoleon ind. Visitation will a at the funeral Home from noon Friday until time of the service. Lester e. Marshall 84 Lester e. Marshall 84, Whittier Calif., died at i . Tuesday april 3, 1990 in the Hospital in Whittier Calif. He was bom dec. 8, 1905 in Fleming county ky., the son of Rufus and Rosa Marshall. He was a 1927 graduate of Greensburg High school and had resided in California since 1938. He was a member of the masonic Lodge of Greensburg and was a . Army Veteran of world War ii. In 1936 he married Dortha Cooper who preceded him in death feb. 26, 1990. Survivors include a brother Omer Marshall Greensburg and a Nephew Barry d. Marshall Greensburg. Military services will be conducted at the Lanier Richardson Siewert funeral Home Whittier Calif., with members of the masonic Lodge and the a Briers participating. Burial will be in the Riverside National cemetery with military graveside rites. A state continued from Page 1a four criteria significantly Low student performance failure to meet Legal standards unsatisfactory learning environment and failure to recognize the significance of educational deficiencies. The accreditation standards have come under fire from some school officials who say the process is vulnerable to altered attendance and graduation figures. Also smaller school corporations say the standards discriminate against them. State schools superintendent h. Dean Evans said the accreditation process does not rely solely on a a hard data such As statistics. A the human Quality is built into performance based accreditation a Evans said during a break in the boards meeting. A it is equitable As nearly equitable As it can statistical data was examined from each of the 356 schools in the first Cycle. Of those schools 84 showed inconsistencies or pcs sible deficiencies in the data. Preliminary reviews were cd ii a pc Ted of the 84 schools with 31 recommended for full accreditation with review in five years 37 recommended for full accreditation with review in two years and 16 singled out for special reviews by a specially appointed panel of education specialists. Of those 16 schools eight were Given probationary status and eight were Given full accreditation with review in two years. The two year review status was Given to schools that demonstrate a minor deficiencies a department of education officials said. The special status also makes the schools eligible for technical assistance from the education department. The eight schools on probation also Are eligible for technical assistance from the department of education. A second accreditation Cycle involving another 352 schools is already underway. Approximately one fifth of Indiana schools Are scheduled for the accreditation process each year. A Money continued from Page 1a coloured easter eggs and a name card to Schmidt bakery anytime during pre easter week where they will be on display. The Winner will also be announced during the a Money egg drawing on easter eve. Kids May visit the easter Bunny during pre easter week at the shopping Center on the following schedule april 7 noon-2 . Kmart 2-5 . Shoe shoe 5-7 . Burger King 7-9 . Gimme Yogurt april 8 noon-1 30 . Burger King 1-30-3 30 Kmart april la 7-9 . Shoe show april 12 5-7 . Wal Mart april 13 9-11 . Schmidt bakery 5-7 . Wal Mart april 14 9-11 . Schmidt bakery la .-2 . Kmart 2-4 . Costumes amp More 4-6 Burger King. Participating in the crossing shopping Center promotion Are costumes amp More Burger King the medical practice a hair we Are american rental radio Shack doctor Tavel Karma records subway restaurant Southern Indiana orthopaedics Gimme Yogurt Schmidt bakery Huntington jewellers the shoe show Kmart fifth third Bank and Wal Mart. A first continued from Page 1a comma of the York rite masons and the Westport Christian Church. As for campaigning Low said a i am More into campaigning on a personal Contact basis. I do not believe in campaigning at Church in the november election Low will either face republicans Ralph Gault or. John Holcomb for the Council seat. Supplements included with today s Greensburg daily news a Noble romans r i a a a a a a a Coupon a termite control special the Spring swarming season is Here. Watch for winged reproduces and scattered wings. Of control measures Are needed save $29.90 off our regular rates with this Coupon. Free inspection pest i a control i special i Roaches ants fleas i i i i i spiders Silverfish eliminate them All $3995 with Coupon single family Homes Only no Price higher regardless of Home size Carpenter ants slightly higher guaranteed c o u p o n two free and lotto tickets with any Purchase a insulation a crawl space Page i Side waifs inspection _ attic Qai a $2500 off our i we v c Reg. Rates now crawl space moisture control we inspect for proper ventilation fungus Mold damage to sub flooring q a of s2500 off our a v c Reg. Rates now Greensburg 663-6428 i i i l Bob Ryon s 1 pest control inc. J a satisfaction on everything we that s a Promise Quot m Mem my my Mem Coupon a a a a blotter on record wracks Robert l. Bartholomew. 26. 1702 Willow St. Vincennes. Ind. Was eastbound on county Road 300 North near Nobbe seeds at 10 20 . Thursday. He said he met an oncoming vehicle which was driving left of Center according to Decatur county sheriff s department reports. Bartholomew went off the Side of the Road to avoid the vehicle. He went Back on the Road and went sideways Landing on its Side in a Field. Bartholomew complained of pain to his hip area and was taken to the Decatur county memorial Hospital according to the reports. His condition was not available at press time. Damages to the 1986 truck owned by Schwann s ice Cream. Monticello. Ind., were estimated at $2,500 to $5,000. Judy d. Goss. 41. . 5, Greensburg. Was backing out of a parking space in the Greensburg Iga lot at 12 26 . Wednesday. She said she did not see a parked 1977 Sedan registered to Floyd and Shirley Meyers . I. Milroy. Ind. According to Greensburg police department reports. Goss collided with the vehicle. A wrecker was called to pull the two bumpers apart. Damages to Goss s 1989 Van. Owned by res care. 430 Pear be St., Batesville ind., were estimated at $100. Damages to the Meyers vehicle were estimated at $300. Anthony d. Theobald. 32. Arlington. Ind. Was stopped at a stoplight on East main Street at Michigan Avenue at 7 16 . Wednesday. Shawnte s. Wulf 23. 336 s. Franklin St. Greensburg was eastbound on main Street approaching the Light. Due to the sunlight. Wulf did not see Theobald and struck his vehicle in the rear according to Greensburg police department reports. Damages to Theobald s 1969 Sedan were estimated at $100. Damages to Wulf s 1988 Sedan were estimated at $1,500. A minor Accident in Hillcrest addition was reported to the police at 8 41 . Wednesday. The Accident occurred earlier in the morning and the vehicles had been moved according to Greensburg police department reports. No report was weather High for wed 51 Low for wed 34 8 . 39 precis 0.01 incidents harassment on West Washington Street was reported to the police at 10 44 . Wednesday the person was advised to seek a protective order according to Greensburg police department reports. A juvenile runaway from West North Street was reported to the police at 10 33 . Wednesday according to Greensburg police department reports. David a. Rand. 502 n. Franklin St. Greensburg. A aborted to the police at 4 19 . Wednesday he had been harassed by a recently terminated employee according to Greensburg police department reports. A juvenile problem on West Washington Street was reported to the police at 2 40 . Wednesday. A protective order was to be sought against the subject according to Greensburg police department reports. Area tonight Cloudy and cold. A 30 percent Chance of Light Snow. Low around 30. Northwest wind to Mph. Friday Cloudy with a 50 percent Chance of Light rain mixed with Light Snow. High in the Low to mid 40s. Indiana Cloudy tonight with a Chance of Light Snow. Lows from the mid 20s North to the Low 30s South. Chance for Light Snow North Friday and Light rain mixed with Light Snow South. Highs from the mid 30s North to the Low and mid 40s South. Hospital admitted none. Dismissed James Bridges. 516 w. North St. Greensburg Robert Fortner. 7 Kessing dr., Greensburg Elizabeth Oliger. 837 w 150 n. Greensburg. Markets Trade. Soybeans rallied slightly from opening Levels although trading was Light with commercial buying a feature in May. The strength came from higher meal prices in Europe and word that Bulgaria and Romania had purchased 20-thousand tons from South America. There were also expectations for 100-thousand tons of so Oil available for Export. Com futures were slightly off in Choppy trading. Prices were weighed upon by local Selling linked to Long liquidation. Cash connected houses were on both sides of the Market with support from buying entered in May. Wheat was Down with tight deliverable supplies lending a Little support to May futures. Reports that Frost damage in Winter wheat areas won t be As severe As expected pressured july futures. The mid morning prices com May 2.67 % off a a july 2.70 it off �?T6 sep 2.64 a off %. Soybeans May 5.92 it up i a july 6.06 up i it aug 6.11 up i it. Wheat May 3.69 it off it july 3.43 it off it sep 3.49 �?~6 off i. Oats May 1.51 it off a july 1.59 it off sep 1.65 off it. Arrests pot c. Bowers 24. 3150 Linwood ave. Cincinnati was arrested by the Indiana state police department at 1 56 . Thursday for operating a vehicle while intoxicated according to Decatur county sheriff s department reports. Mark a. Lewis 28, . 4. Greensburg. Was arrested by the Greensburg police department at 12 46 . Thursday for speeding a 47 Mph in a 30 Mph zone driving while suspended operating a vehicle while intoxicated and operating a vehicle with blood alcohol Content above .10 percent according to police reports. Grain markets Market quotations at the close of the Day wednesday were Corn $2.59 fall Corn. $2.38 wheat,-$3.60 july wheat. $3.15 soybeans $5.66 fall soybeans. $5.82. Indianapolis up livestock hogs 673 Barrows and gilts moderately Active steady to 25 higher no 1-3 230-260 la 53.75-54.00 no 2-3 225-275 la 53.00-53.50 sows not Well tested no 1-3 450-575 la 45.00-50.00. Cattle 225 steers and heifers not Well tested cows 1.00-2.00 lower bulls steady Choice heifers 75.00-75.50 Utility and commercial cows 50.75-55.00 Cutter 46.50-52.00 bulls 65.00-68.75. Chicago up a grains were lower and soybeans higher at mid morning on the Chicago Board of lotteries Ohio up a wednesday s winning Ohio lottery numbers were 843 and 0758. The super lotto numbers were 1.4. 18. 27. 39 and 44. The kicker was 349403. Michigan a the winning numbers wednesday in the Michigan daily lottery games were 779 and 3809. The winning super lotto Jackpot numbers were 2. To. La. 12. 26 and 41. The Zinger was 752959. Illinois a the winning number drawn wednesday in the Illinois lottery doily game was 646. The pick four number was 6357. The Little lotto numbers were 5, 12. 13. 16 and 34. The estimated lotto grand prize for saturday was $6 million. Reding named coordinator a show West Lafayette ind. A Patricia l. Reding Greensburg has been named the new student personnel coordinator of the Purdue University school of technology at the Versailles statewide technology site on . 50 in the Southeastern career Center. Reding who received a bachelors degree in communications from Purdue in 1978, has been Active on the Southeastern Indiana regional College development Board and also assists with promotion of the Purdue super saturday enrichment program. She is a native of Decatur county where she and her family own and operate Langeland farms near Smyrna. Redings responsibilities As student personnel coordinator will include receiving new student admissions for the school of technology s Versailles program registering students for classes and assisting in applications for financial Aid. She also will be the academic adviser for first year students. Ceding will be in Contact with area High schools businesses and industries to familiarize them with services and opportunities offered through the Purdue technology school s program at Versailles. Information on the Versailles program is available from Reding at 812-689-7326, or through statewide technology Versailles at 812-689-7300. Jodell main site coordinator for statewide technology at Versailles said student enrolment has been steadily increasing with current enrolment at about 140 students. Main said that Many of the students Combine employment with taking statewide technology classes and that the average student age for the Versailles program is 37. Continued from Page 1a ment will have the fire safety House in the parking lot for display according to Robbins. This is a smaller scale Home which can teach youths How to extricate themselves. The proceeds collected from Booth rental will be distributed Back into the Community through the rotary club. Since the event is sponsored in conjunction with the Greensburg Community High school students will help set up the Booths and maintain the Concession stand according to Robbins. Greensburg crossing shopping Center Wal Mart is fifth third Bank the Only Lunk you la Ever Meed numb Odic chm Idt bakery Quot hair we a easter. Quot Money egg Hunt look for Tho a Money easter egg in oath store and have this card stamped. When your card la full drop it in any merchant a easter Box. I prizes will a awarded to Tho Lucky Puoplo Whoso cards Are drawn on easter Eva at 5 00 pin. At Wal Mart. Contest open to anyone High school age or above pm Shoessow Job Ufern efm Mono a Qihao medic Karma records medical practice name address phone brought to you by the Greensburg crossing Mac Henri association Rad in Hack i jewellers american movies sales costumes Aret More

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