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Daily Republican Register (Newspaper) - May 25, 1990, Mount Carmel, Illinois 25 cents daily Ripe Bulah serving Mtcarmel and Wabash county site 1839archbishop says that strict anti abortion stand simplistic p. 13allendale school hosts awards program tuesday evening. P. 15, 16 Friday May 25, 1990volume 151, number 104news in brie memorial Day services set a joint ceremony by the american legion and veterans of foreign wars will be held on memorial Day in memory of our War dead. Monday s services will be held at these locations River ceremony 5th Street a 9 25 Rose Hill cemetery a 9 50 Highland memorial a 10 15 st. A s cemetery a 10 40 Sandhill cemetery a 11 05 courthouse a 11 30 poor farm a 12 15 a spokesman for the Veteran s organizations said a quot May the ceremonies of today deepen your reverence for our dead. Let us renew our pledge of loyalty to our country and its Flag. Let us resolve by word and deed to emphasize the privilege and duty of closed on memorial Day it. Carmel Public Library will be closed on monday for memorial Day. The Library is open each Friday and saturday from 2 to 5 30 ., and mondays through thursdays from 10 . To 8 ., except for major family Center closed monday the Myca family Center will be closed monday memorial Day. Also the Pool will be open 6-10 . For Lap swim then will be closed for the remainder of the of 1950 now planning the class of 1950 reunion planning meeting will be at 7 Thursday at Bob and Frances Horrall a 1118 Berry. Please Send in your reservations for the reunion supper by Friday june 1.no paper monday next Issue May 29 the daily Republican Register will not publish on monday memorial Day. Next Issue will be published on tuesday May 29.it s Lilac time or. George Wahler recalled for the daily Republican Register thursday that an article ran Over 60 years ago giving tribute to Lilac time. And although the Lilac was generally adversely affected by Spring freezes this season the May article reported quot now is the Brief season of the Lilac Bush modest and enduring Symbol of the depth and permanence of Early a editions. Is still the sturdy wholesome Emblem of the Pioneer Home and each year at Ais season the lonely faithful Lilac Bush blooms again and lavishes its swe mess in memory of the hands that planted Pool opens with free swim it. Carmel municipal swing King Pool will open sunday with a free swim from 1 to 5 Regular season begins monday. Season passes May be purchased at the Pool starting bite near police station it. Carmel City police were Able to take a quot bite out of crime quot Early thursday evening. A Young girl reported that she had been bitten on the leg by a Small dog. To add insult to injury the incident took place in the Alley just behind the police department. The Small terrier Type dog made its escape with police officers in close Pursuit. The canine was followed Home where it was taken into custody by Wabash county animal control officer Melvin peach. Warden peach said the animal would be kept for observation about 10 Days at the county dog Pound. He will then be released to the owner who will be billed for boarding fees with a Wam ing to obey the Leash Tayback to s Mel dead at 60 Glendale Calif up a actor Vic Tayback Best known for his role As the Salty restaurant owner on to s quot Alice quot died Friday of a heart attack. He was 60. Tayback s wife called paramedics and told them her husband got out of bed took a few Steps and collapsed. Paramedics found Tayback in full cardiac Anest on the floor of his Home police spokesman Christopher Loop = Wabash county weather readings High Low precis. Thursday 76 62 t the Wabash River now stands at 29.85 ft., Dom .48 it. Forecast Illinois Friday night showers and thunderstorms Likely North Chance of thunderstorms South. Lows upper 50s North to upper 60s South. Saturday variable cloudiness with a Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Musings pfc Wabash Wear a buddy poppy highs ranging from the lower 70s far North to the 80s far South. Southern Illinois partly Cloudy with a 50 percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms Friday night. Low in the Middle or upper 60s. South winds around 10 mph. Saturday partly sunny. Very warm and humid. A 40 percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms. High in the lower or Middle 80s. Rest of the memorial Day weekend Chance of showers sunday then fair monday. Highs around 80. Lows lower 60s.Illinois extended forecast sunday through tuesday fair North partly Cloudy South. Daily highs mostly in the 70s. Daily lows in the 50s North and 60s South. Prayer for today lord help us in the Faith and make me alive to you and dead to sin. Area chs holds honors nightly Bob Livingston dry staff writer Phil Sexton a physical education teacher and coach who came to it. Carmel High school on a one year contract was named teacher of the year Here thursday night at the annual chs honors night. Sexton received a standing ovation from those members of the class of 1990 who were Able to attend. Some arrived late notably those seniors on the aces baseball team who had to play a regional tournament game in Mattoon earlier in the Day. Sexton s Honor capped the evening and was presented by Aimee Yager president of the class. The evening opened with the american legion awards being presented by Paul Dossett to Lynn Whitaker and Chad Peterson. Wabash Valley College president Harry Benson assisted by Diana Spear awarded presidential scholarships to Beth Buchanan and Deanna Marriott. The Claire Sherwood Spencer scholarship from wac went to Jenny Whipple. Faculty scholarships also from wac went to Michelle Beauchamp Gwyn Berberich Christi Blythe Andrew Colvin Clint Dunn Pat Gould Sheri Mcdaniel Julie Moore Michael Neikirk Aaron Sigler Scott West and Derick Wiggins. To tech awards were Given to Kimberley Bobbitt David Cone Kin Robb Deisher Tracey Elliott Teresa Goldman Jana Higginson Brad Hocking Becky Johnson Douglas Kieffer Kim Berly Kieffer Kelly Loudermilk Angie Moore Randy Morris Rhonda peach Brandon Rice Sherry Smith Shannon Spencer Stephanie Swanson Jeannette thread Diana Warmoth and Carol Whitten. The United states air Force Academy prep school award from it. Col. Lawrence Gra Bowski went to Bemie Deckard while elks National foundation awards were Given to Lori Ben Ham and Karen Jackson by Gary Poland. The Illinois Odd Fellows Rebekah scholarship was presented to Shelly bump. Making the award was be mice Wood of Flora a former president of the International organization. Jeff Homan received the army Reserve National scholar athlete award from sgt. Padilla. Sherry Smith took Home the Capin Crouse award Given by Ron Wilcox. Julie Clodfelter received the $1,000 Cargil scholarship one of Only 200 Given nationally by the agricultural firm from Jon Mcgovey. Kyle Day presented kiwanis academic awards to Beth Buchanan James Cariton Julie Clodfelter Andy Colvin Tran Dinh Carmen Depablo Clinton Dunn Jimmy Giles Pat Gould Donna Higgins Jeff Homan Karen Jackson Jennifer Jones Leesa Liddle Deanna Marriott David Moody Julie Moore John Nash Mike Neikirk Terri Odom Chad Peterson Ellen Rafferty Jeffrey Schacht Aaron Sigler Sherry Smith Jenny Whipple Lynn Whitaker Derick Wiggins Michelle Wirth and Patricia Wood. The distinguished athlete award was taken Home by Julie Moore Given by sgt. Boren of the . Army. Kent Broster presented Julie Clodfelter the farm Bureau scholarship and Ellen Rafferty received the Dar award from Catherine Heater. Clodfelter also received the Jonathan Baldwin Turner agriculture Merit scholarship from Bill Cawley representing the University of Illinois. Teresa Goldman was named As the outstanding business education student and received her award from Mike Stein of Pacific press amp Shear and Larry Miller was the recipient of the Wabash area development scholarship from Nellie Haggard. The Home economics award went to Tracy Elliott and was Given by fellow graduate Molly Ellis president of Etc chs Home economics club. Aaron Sigler received the sons of the american revolution award from Gene Sams. Chad Peterson was the Ruth Tennes award Winner Given by Ron Youngs and sponsored by a Benefactor who wishes to remain Anonymous. Ron Youngs also gave the Illinois science teachers award to Beth Buchanan while Jim Giles received the Bausch amp lomb award. Student Council awards presented by student Lara Witters went to Aaron please turn to Page 10. Jim Giles Julie Clodfelter Jennifer Jones Hospital hosts of gyn clinics but May lose department hereby Beth Landingham dry staff writer local mothers to be will have the Chance to take advantage of an of gyn clinic to be held at Wabash general Hospital. Ugh Board of directors met thursday evening for their regular meeting and the of gyn crisis was discussed. A tentative Date of monday july 16, was set for the first Day of the clinic where obstetrics services will be provided. Or. John Reid from Evansville will be the clinician. This joint project with Evans Ville s deaconess Hospital will also have a gynaecologist or. Don Cobb at the clinic on thursday july 19. These doctors will accept All patients medicaid included. Ugh administrator Roger Holloway reported that he had received a letter from George Hinton of the health facilities planning Board. Or. Hinton informed Holloway of a new procedures Rule that came into effect on May 1, 1990. This new me states that if a category of service previously offered at a Hospital has not been used for a period of 12 months then it would be discontinued. The new state Board Rule applies to the ugh Obstet is department that has been closed since March 1 of this year if unused by feb. 1, 1991, then they would have to apply to discontinue the department. In other business the finance and personnel committee report was Given by or. Roger Fuller. He reported that they had elected to buy a flexible fiber optic cooled Otoscope. This $10,200 Purchase was approved by the Board. This instrument has several procedural uses said or. Fuller. After considerable discussion the Board approved the Purchase of one doppler pulse finder for $375. Or. Fuller expressed that he did t feel the piece of equipment was really needed. Or. V. Paul Banning chief of staff said that it could be used by several areas of the Hospital such As in or or ice for stroke or Shock victims who have a weak pulse. The Hospital currently has two of the pulse finders. A Vin Odyne intermittent compression system was also purchased by the Board after a motion from the committee. According to or. Fuller the insurance that handles liabilities and Workman s compensation went up a few thousand dollars to about $120,000. Or. Holloway and or. Cooper arranged for several different companies to handle the insurance. They got the Cost Down to $113,556 with the combination of insurance carriers. The Board accepted the proposal from the administration. The committee had one final expenditure. County commissioner Don Kennard made a bid of $1,500 to Clear the lot adjacent to the Hospital grounds of Trees and Brush to ready it for seeding. Or. Holloway gave the management report for the month. He reported a Brief Recap of the recent Hospital week. He told the Board about project Hope hospitals organized for political action to fund legislators who help health care issues. The bipartisan group donations will be forwarded to the legislators through or. Holloway. The goal for employee contribution is $330. This is a Pac committee and not supported directly by the Hospital but can be supported by individuals. Controller de Cooper gave the please turn to Page 12 disaster declared the it. Carmel police department received a report May 8, 1990, that during the past few Days two White Gold Diamond Solitare rings were Takei Isom the Jane Troutt residence 231 Pear st. The approximate value of the rings is $750. There was no sign o. Forced entry to the residence. Anyone having information about this crime or any other crime is urged to Call crime Stop pers inc. At 262-halt. You May remain Anonymous and your information May help solve a crime and bring in a Reward. Springfield iii. Up a ten southwestern Illinois counties drenched by some of the worst flooding in recent history were declared state disaster areas thursday by gov. James r. Thompson. Thompson named Clay Crawford Edwards Jasper Lawrence Marion Richland Wabash Wayne and White counties As disaster areas qualifying them for state and possibly Federal assistance. The governor said severe thunderstorms since May 15 have dumped inches of rain on the Wabash River system and lashed the area with damaging winds creating quot near record flooding conditions serious Public service disruptions and extensive damage quot to farms Homes and businesses. Quot several Hundred people have been evacuated from their Homes thousands of acres of Illinois land Are flooded and damage assessments Are still being compiled quot Thompson said. Lyra Bobo a spokesman for the state emergency services and disaster Agency said More counties could be added to the disaster list especially if weather forecasts for More rain this weekend Are accurate. Quot what concerns us is that the whole state is expected to get More rain this weekend and Southern Illinois could get even More on monday quot Bobo said. Quot the forecast just does t look declaration releases state please turn to Page 12student Senate gives honors Wabash Valley College this week announced the selections for quot outstanding Transfer quot and quot outstanding vocational technical quot faculty and students for the 1989-90 academic year. Or. Patricia Owens history instructor at wac since 1978, was selected As quot outstanding Transfer teacher quot and Linda Healy Moore Early childhood development instructor at wac since 1977, was selected As quot outstanding vocational technical these selections Are made each year by wac s student Senate. Selected As quot outstanding Transfer student quot by a committee of faculty and staff members was Kristi Michelle Hocking of it. Carmel. Kristi will be transferring to Southern Illinois University at Carbon Dale where the will major in business education. Tamula Kay Gaiter and Ron a. Cowman were selected As quot outstanding vocational technical Tamula Kay Gaiter of st. Francisville plans to attend Oakland City College and major in accounting. Tamula is the recipient of a full tuition academic scholarship for 1990-91 at Oakland City College. The scholarship is renewable based on spa. Ron Cowman of Olney will be transferring to Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and will be majoring in agriculture economics. Konsti Michelle Hocking

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