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Greensburg Daily News (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Greensburg, Indiana 2�?Greensburg daily news wednesday May 16, 1990 death people continue to wait for sewers Lloyd Jack Emsweller 73 Lloyd Jack Emsweller 73, Rushville ind., died the afternoon of tuesday May 15, 1990 at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. He ire tired from Pioneer hybrid inc., Rushville where he a Quality controller and also a former Richland township Farmer in the Clarksburg Community. Bom in Franklin county feb. 2, 1917, he the son of Elmer and Goldie Barber Emsweller. He married nov. To 1944 to Marjorie a. Bishop Emsweller who survives. He a member of the St. Mary Catholic Church past president and member of the new Salem lion s club and past president of the new Salem alumni association. In addition to his wife he is survived by two sons Gary Emsweller Danville ind. Kevin Emsweller Royal Center ind. Three daughters Rita Kay Emsweller at Home mrs. Willard Brenda Peters Seymour ind. Mrs. Michael Elizabeth Mallaney West Des Moines Iowa two Brothers Raymond Emsweller Milroy ind. Quentin Emsweller Rushville two Sisters Norma Miller Englewood Fla. Mrs. Donald Mary Beyler Middletown ind., and to grandchildren. Services will be at to . Saturday at St. Mary Catholic Church in Rushville with the Rev. William Cleary officiating. Burial will be in the Calvary cemetery in Rushville. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 . Friday at the Moster amp Cox mortuary in Rushville. A prayer service will be at 8 . Friday. Memorials can be made to the St Mary Catholic Church or the donor s favorite Charity. Police blotter wrecks Eleanor Cleveland. 47. Zionsville. Ind. Was eastbound on interstate 74, near the 145-mlle Marker and driving Down a Hill when the vehicle hit a Patch of water. The vehicle water planed to the right struck a ditch flipped Over once and landed on its Side according to Indiana state police trooper Terry Steed. Cleveland received cuts to her head and transported to the Margaret Mary Community Hospital. Damages to her 1987 Van. Owned by Skyline chill. Inc. Cincinnati were estimated at $5,000 to $10,000. Charles d. Murphy. 49. Plainfield. Ind., driving on interstate 74. 400 feet West of the 129-mile Marker. At 5 30 . Wednesday. He said it raining hard and he slowed to 30 Mph hour and attempted to pull Over to the Side. According to Indiana state police trooper Terry Steed. Murphy said he thought a Small Tornado caused his Semi tractor and two trailers to lift off the ground onto its right wheels. The rear trailer broke lose and landed on a guard rail allowing the cab and first trailer to drop onto All its wheels. Murphy not injured. There no damage to his 1985 Semi tractor. There minor damage to the first trailer and approximately $4,000 damage to the second trailer both owned by Jones truck lines Springdale. Ark. Steed and Decatur county sheriff Larry Snyder blocked traffic for approximately to to 15 minutes in order to lift the trailer Back onto its wheels. At $60. A fight within the 200 Block of North Broadway Street reported to the police at 7 16 . Tuesday. The officers spoke with those involved and settled the problem for the time being according to Greensburg police department reports. A Domestic disturbance within the Alexander trailer court reported to the police at 6 14 . Tuesday and a disturbance within the Oakley trailer court reported at 2 27 . The officers spoke with the people and determined there were no problems at either location according to Greensburg police department reports. The police were notified at 9 20 . Tuesday regarding trespassing at the Quarry Hole on North Broadway Street. The people were asked to leave by the officers according to Greensburg police department reports. Betty Gordon 2065 w. 400 North. Greenfield. Ind., reported to the police at 8 45 . Tuesday her daughter s 1985 Sedan at Don Meyer Ford. . I Greensburg for repairs. When she returned for the car. She noticed the License plate missing according to Greensburg police department reports. Thefts incidents Bedford Gibson reported to the police at 6 12 . Wednesday someone during the night Cut a High pressure Hose at Gibson s car Wash. 1201 n. Lincoln St. Greensburg. A four Inch pipe and Brush Cut and removed according to Greensburg police department reports. Damages were estimated Carol Mcfarland 422 n. Broadway St. Greensburg reported to the police at 4 45 . Tuesday two bicycles were taken from her front porch according to Greensburg police department reports. Tony Cathey. 307 s. Michigan ave., Greensburg reported to the Decatur county sheriff s department at 9 30 . Tuesday he ran his vehicle off county Road Southwest 60 monday evening and the vehicle became stuck. When he later returned he noticed the stereo. Speakers Battery and Carburettor were missing according to sheriff s department reports. On record weather High for tues 69 8 . 63 Low for tues 54 precis 1.22 Hospital Indianapolis up livestock hogs 421 Barrows and gilts 25-50 higher no 1-3 235-255 la 62.25-62.75 no 2-3 225-245 la 62.00-62.25 no 2-4 275 la 60.00 sows 6.00 lower no 1-3 500-550 la 48.00-50.00. Cattle 25 untested. By Robin Reid Stair writer new Point a the sewer project remains on hold for the residents of new Point according to new Point town Board president Lanny Thomas. Thomas said monday night he received a letter from beam longest and Neff inc., an engineering firm from Indianapolis. The letter he said from Gary Ladd of the engineering firm informed them the Farmers Home administration in Washington d.c., requested a few changes to be made. Ladd stated in his letter Farmers Home officials would notify the town Board in writing about those changes. Thomas said he has yet to receive such a letter. Thomas said after the meeting that they applied for a Grant from the Farmers Home administration As Well As a loan. Board member Sonny Davis said if they receive the Federal Grant it will reduce the amount of Money they will have to borrow from Farmers Home. Davis added they have already received Grant Money from the state As Well As the Federal government he said they applied for the Farmers Home Grant in december 1989 and Are just waiting for their approval. He asked Thomas to Contact the engineering firm and have them Send representatives to the town Board meeting in june. In other business Thomas said he talked with representatives from the Mai Cable company monday afternoon As to when the residents in new Point will have Cable television. Mai is a Cable company from Bloomington ind. Thomas said he told they Hope to have the Cable system installed and in operation by mid summer. Thomas added he also told that they plan to install the main Cable lines sometime during the next two weeks. He said after the lines have been installed the Cable company will be notifying residents two or three Days in Advance of actual Cable Hook up in the Homes. Finally Thomas said he would Contact local attorney Peg Polanski and have her write a letter to a new Point resident reminding him of his violation of new Point s ordinance on trash Brush and junk cars. Davis recommended that if Polanski s letter is not adhered to by the resident then another letter will be sent informing him that the town Board plans to take Legal action against him. Davis s recon mentation agreed by Board members Thomas and Dave Miller All charges dropped against Hyden admitted Mary Carol Troyer. . I. Milroy. Lenna Maple 325 n. Oxford. Milroy. Dismissed Lyman Bennett. . 4. Greensburg. Kathi Boone. . 6. Greensburg. Births baby girl born to or. And mrs. Norman Troyer. . I. Milroy. By Amy Miller Stair writer All charges have been dropped against a local Man accused of confining his sex wife after she recanted any statements she made against her sex spouse. The class b confinement charge against Elvis Hyden 24, Milford ind., dismissed May i in Decatur county circuit court after the victim Tamme Hyden recanted her statements. Hyden accused of abducting his sex wife and children out of their Home with the threat of a knife in december. The confine a sparked a continued from Page one will begin the planning process on the new facility almost Walker of Walker Rosenbarger architects said constructing a new facility could be argued because of age and other limitation but the Cost would be too great. Walker said Quot the alternative is to maximize the existing building for inpatients and non Revenue producing functions and to provide new facilities for most of the ancillary diagnostic and treatment services including surgery emergency imaging and Laboratory. Walker proposed enhancing the entry and facade of the Hospital and constructing a two Story separate addition East of the building Quot sufficiently separated from the original to minimize costly connection details and with open space to the East for any future limitations of the present building include the building Width floor to floor height air handling and electrical systems. Only marginal solutions exist to some of these problems Walker said. Hospital usage is already up tremendously Trexler said adding population and employment forecasts of the Greensburg area chamber of Commerce indicate much growth through 1994. Quot we Are looking at consistent growth to 1994 and beyond Quot Trexler said. The chamber study projects the population will grow from 26,000 in 1990 to 28,102 in 1994. The county a population 23,550 in 1985. According to the study the ment ended after the car he driving wrecked on a county Road according to daily news files. The officer who investigated the Accident said at the time he believed the car purposely driven off the Road. The two were slightly injured in the Accident. On april 30, Tamme Hyden went to die prosecuting attorneys office and recanted the statements she made to the prosecutor William o. Smith to Greensburg police detectives Robert Clark and Larry Hagerty and to recorded audio tapes according to the motion to dismiss. The police and prosecuting attorney believe Tamme Hyden s original statements were True according to the motion. On May 2, she asked to take a polygraph test to Clear up statements but failed to appear for the scheduled appointment according to court records. She allegedly has been avoiding the police who have been making a diligent search for her at places she is known to frequently be. The two statements create sufficient doubt so it can not be proven without a doubt As required by Law according to the records. A million in february Hyden charged with a class d felony of intimidation after he allegedly went to his sister s House and made threats against his Mother a motion to dismiss that charge granted May 9 by Decatur county circuit court judge Jshii Westhafer. The motion filed by the request of the victim who is also Hyden smother according to the files. In March Smith said Hyden Mother and sister testified they did not feel Hyden a threat to them anymore. Chamber predicts a growth from 11,500 in employment for 1990 to 12,358 in 1994. Employment at 10,250 in 1985. In 1985, the Hospital performed 45,821 outpatient procedures. In 1989, it performed 54,566, according to statistics from Trexler. It is projected to increase to 64,530 by 1994, he said. According to a study completed by Jim Walker of Walker Rosen Barger architects the net Square feet in the Laboratory would go from 1,220 to 1,380, from 2,083 to 2,720 in the diagnostic imaging department from 1,065 to 2,325 in the emergency room outpatient services area surgery from 3,363 to 4,608. If the improvements Are not made Trexler said the Hospital would be Lucky to maintain the status quo. He noted Bartholomew county Hospital has undertaken a $40 million project . Major Hospital in Shelbyville has undertaken several improvements Over the last five to to years and Rush county memorial Hospital is looking at making changes. Or. Mary ferry Frazer the medical staffs representative on the Board said people of Decatur county receive Good care now but often there Are complaints about inefficiencies and the appearances of the facility. Johnson also noted improving the facility would help attract new physicians. Decatur county memorial Hospital built on a 12-acre site in 1921. Since then there have been additions in 1941,1962 and 1972. Originally the Hospital licensed for 115 Beds but now uses 73 Beds. These Are medical surgical 32 obstetrical Gyno cology 17 intensive care six Long term care 18. Chicago up soybean m futures opened higher than expected and continued to Trade i cd 11 i at higher Levels at mid morning on the Chicago Board of Trade. Markets Grain markets Market quotations at the close of the Day tue. Were Corn. $2.82 fall Corn. $2.51 wheat. $3.15 soybeans. $6.00 fall soybeans $6.07. The mid morning prices Corn May 2.83 a off i it july 2.82 % off 2 sep 2.77 it off i it. Soybeans May 6.17 % up 4 it july 6.30 it up 5 it aug 6.35 it up 5 it sep 6.37 up 6 it. Wheat May 3.86 it up 3 it july 3.45 it up i % sep 3.49 it up i it. Oats May 1.56 unch july 1.64 it up i sep 1.71 up i. A judge continued from Page one tuesday by Westhafer who ruled the expulsion is affirmed. De Kasamis Decatur county schools corporation superintendent said he pleased with the ruling. Quot we Are pleased the judge supported our action Quot he said. Quot we believed in the beginning our action Kasamis also said he pleased the judge supported the school s due processing procedures. In the court ruling the court s finding of fact and conclusions of Law entered. This indicated Green brought alcoholic beverages onto the school grounds and sold it to one or More students. Several students were involved in discussions with Green on March 2 about the possibilities of someone bringing an alcoholic beverage on March 5, according to the court records. On March 5, one or More students other than Green either drank or possessed the alcohol. However Green the Only student who brought the alcohol onto the grounds and the Only one who sold it according to the ruling. As a result Green expelled for the remaining school year and three other students were expelled for five Days and had to obtain counselling at their expense. In the conclusion of the report it states the expulsion not arbitrary capricious or unlawful and complies with All due process Laws. Quot Lite difference in the penalty of expulsion and readmission Given to plaintiff Green and the other students had Prin Cipal basis Quot stated the conclusion. Continued from Page one downed lines. Don Whipple from remo reported later in the morning they had one report of a Power outage and said the Crews started working around 5 30 . Today. He added they had a report of a Power line Down just North of Adams earlier in the morning. Larry Scheidler dispatcher for Psi Energy in Greensburg reported no real problems from tuesday night s Strom. He did report they received a Call at 6 30 . Today that a tree had fallen through Power lines and broke two Utility poles in the St. Omer area. The Decatur county sheriffs department reported Trees Down on county roads 300 North and 640 North near Clarksburg. No sightings of tornadoes were reported. The Greensburg police department reported receiving no Calls about Power outages Tornado sightings fallen Trees or flooding earlier this morning. Indiana state police sgt. Robert Gray from the Versailles ind., Post reported no sightings of tornadoes Power outages by fallen Trees. Continued from Page one in 1993, $379,001 in 1994, $493,766 in 1995, Huser said. These projections Are based on paying $515,985 for the construction project. Huser said the Hospital could look at two possible options for financing a one through a loan from the Farmers Home administration and the other with financing from the Indiana health care financing authority. Omha has about a six percent interest rate Huser said if the loan can be obtained. In Cha makes Loans once a year based on pooling Bond issues he said and the rate is higher. The Resolution approved by Hospital Board members seeking a tax rate increase now goes to the county commissioners for action. If approved there it goes to the county Council and then on to state officials for final action suspended sentence for local youth by Robin Reid staff writer a Greensburg youth received a suspended jail sentence and unsupervised probation monday afternoon in Decatur county circuit court pleading guilty to minor consumption of alcohol Christopher j. Stapp 18, Ruji. 7, Greensburg. Decatur county circuit court judge John Westhafer sentenced Stapp to to Days in jail suspended the sentence and placed him on unsupervised probation of six months. He ordered to pay $120 in court costs. Stapp one of 12 people arrested March 16 at an underage drinking party at the Home of George Bennett . 8, Greensburg. He one of two people incarcerated at the jail on March 16. The Bennett party raided by Indiana excise police and Decatur county sheriffs deputies. According to Don Wickens the hospitals attorney. In other business Board members a authorized the payments of $637,365.72 in accounts a heard the financial report listing a $15,462 profit for april and $258,131 for the year a authorized a $100,000 credit line with the fifth third Bank at nine percent interest a authorized Trexler to obtain a Kodak 500 chemistry analyser for $85,000 Over two years with the Best financing arrangements. The state of the Art analyser will conduct 22 tests on blood and provide a $40,000 a year savings. The Hospital s existing analyser is five years old and has been used about 40,000 times a year. A agreed to pay an employment service Agency $9,000 for helping locate a new medical records director. A plans continued from Page one Quot it is my understanding you cab play Bingo just about every night of the Quot Las vegas night is More unique and More Likely to draw More Money Quot said Hunter. In other business maudlin said he has not received any word pertaining to the state Grant the corporation applied for on May 71 Greensburg turned Down in the first round of the Community focus Grant for the Indiana department of Commerce. Another application submitted for the second Cycle. Maudlin said he also has not received any word pertaining to income tax credits to be Given to those making a donation to the corporation. Supplements included with today s Greensburg daily news a Pleak save s 3.001 a youth continued from Page one ses to financially support the dances. The chamber of Commerce agreed to sponsor the first dance tentatively set for june 8. A maximum amount of Money to be provided established according to de Kasamis president of the chamber. Duncan said the students have been polled regarding the most successful dances such As video dances and disc jockeys from Indianapolis radio stations. The summer dance series will try to mimic those dances. Quot then the kids already know it will be Good entertainment a Duncan said. In order to have seven dances six for High school and one for Junior High school the group will need approximately $2,500 to pay for top notched disc jockeys according to Duncan. Quot we have a great Bunch of kids in the Community and we can to turn our backs on them a said Duncan. Quot they deserve a lot More than they be once the dances Are organized the students want to pass out flyers on awards Day listing each dance the Type of dance who will be the disc jockey and list each sponsor said Duncan. The organizational meeting will begin at 7 30 . Thursday. Parking will be available behind the paries department or on North Street additionally Psi Energy has offered to permit parking in its lot according to Duncan. .,1 i now Only 6.95 i plus 954 sitting fee Reg. 9.95 Spring brings lots of smiles when you take advantage of this special portrait offed 1 8x10, 2 5x7s 10 wallets amp 9 mini portraits approx. Sob advertised package includes to Donal poems Only limit one special package per subject by . Not valid with any other offer. All Ages Welcome Femme end groups. $2.00per additional subject roses our selection. Shooting Daya dates thur. Thru mon., May 17-21 photographer hours daily 10 00 .-7 00 . Sunday 12 30-5 00 . Gra Ansburg crossing s-125, Gra Ansburg in 47240 Aqua i Wal Mart i i i i i i i

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