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Margaret J. Land, of Sunman was born on February 10, 1928 in Vevay, Indiana, a daughter to Holman and Nellie Rider Land. She married Donald Land and he preceded her in death on January 17, 2008. Margaret worked at U.S. Shoe Factory in Osgood for over 25 years. She enjoyed sewing, quilting, gardening, and growing flowers. Margaret loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and her four-legged pals. On Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the age of 91, she passed away at Our Hospice in Columbus, Indiana.Those surviving who will cherish Margaret’s memory include her daughters, Donna Land of Sunman, Mary Ann Wright and Caroline Bohlke, both of Milan; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; one sister, Emily Givens of Aurora, and several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a son, Clifford W. Land, and brothers, Elmer, Luther, William and Maurice Land.Private services will be held at the convenience of the family and burial will follow in St. Paul Cemetery.Memorial donations can be directed to PAWS in Lawrenceburg, 200 Charles A. Liddle Drive, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Margaret J. Land.
The Daily Observer has learnt that Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation’s (LWSC) Managing Director, Charles B. Allen, and his Technical Supervisor, Frankie Cassell, have been dismissed from their respective positions with immediate effect. According to LWSC’s Public Relations officer, Wilmot Dweh, the Corporation’s Board of Directors headed by Kimmie Weeks has already approved of the two dismissals and at the same time are investigating reports of financial impropriety at the LWSC. Mr. Dweh would not elaborate. The Daily Observer is yet to obtain further details of Messrs Allen and Cassell’s dismissals, but recently Mr. Allen told reporters that the corporation was unable to establish how much work would be required by LWSC to restore water supply to affected areas in Johnsonville.Mr. Allen said that since the situation was reported to his office, the management had not been able to pump pipe borne water into Monrovia.He said the corporation has contacted the World Bank for financial support to construct water reservoirs in Monrovia.Mr. Allen said had that project been implemented sooner, the breakdown would not have caused such a significant effect.Meanwhile, despite assurances that the LWSC would repair the damaged facility on Pipeline Road in about two weeks’ time, the situation worsened with the water pouring from the broken pipe creating a huge crater (hole) which has become a serious hazard to vehicles and commuters. The situation, according to our reporter who toured the area over the weekend, has caused the few vehicles using the route to divert due to the deplorable road condition, now exacerbated (made worse) by the breakdown of the Pipeline Road waterline. Residents there and those in central Monrovia that depend on pipe borne water from the area have gone for days without receiving safe drinking water. Community residents and some customers of the LWSC have expressed concern about the delay in the completion of the repair work. Some of them told the Daily Observer that the project had been abandoned by the LWSC Management “because the road condition has remained a death trap for over two weeks.” A fortnight ago, LWSC Management admitted to a major breakdown of its water supply line in Johnsonville, which they said occurred as a result of the deplorable road condition. Up to press time last night, engineers from the water agency were yet to detect the extent of the damage as they were seen during odd hours on Saturday night apparently trying to restore the damaged facility, but to no avail. According to the residents, including a leader, Mr. T. Emmanuel Cole, they could not comprehend why the project is not treated as a priority by the LWSC management. But the LWSC said the damage is so severe that it has now cut off the water supply line to greater Monrovia, which has impeded the free movement of residents in the area. As an emergency plan to address the current shortage of water, the LWSC management said in a recent interview with this newspaper that it had commenced trucking water into greater Monrovia. LWSC also acknowledged that as a result of the breakdown, many businesses have been affected.The Daily Observer reporter who visited the affected area on Saturday and yesterday afternoon saw a crew of boys, who claimed to be engineers, doing the “repair work.” They told the Daily Observer reporter, who wanted to interview them, to be grateful to God that motorbikes were transporting residents of the area and that they were also there at least to restore the damaged facility.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A WOMAN punched her own sister-in-law in the face during a family dispute, a court has heard.Bernadette Ward, from Meadowbank in Letterkenny, was babysitting at her home last April when she answered a knock at the door, Letterkenny District Court heard.Inspector David Murphy said that when she opened the door she was punched in the face by her sister-in-law Geraldine Ward. The victim of the assault suffered bruising to her right eye as a result of the attack.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher, pictured, told Judge Paul Kelly that the incident was a result of a family feud at the time which had since been settled.“The parties involved are sisters-in-law and arose about comments allegedly made by the victim,” said Mr Gallagher.“There were some unhappy differences at the time and my client’s husband was stuck in the middle of this.”He said the victim Bernadette Ward had since ‘moved abroad’.The court heard Geraldine Ward was a mother of eight and her husband was unemployed.She had one previous conviction for the possession of knives.She agreed to enter into a €250 peace bond.WOMAN PUNCHED SISTER-IN-LAW IN FACE IN FAMILY FEUD was last modified: May 28th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:WOMAN PUNCHED SISTER-IN-LAW IN FACE IN FAMILY FEUD