A car passed Art Leenerman's car, raced ahead, then pulled over.
The driver got out and saluted as Leenerman passed.
Stenciled on the back of Leenerman's car is the USS Indianapolis, the ship Leenerman was on when it went down from enemy fire in 1945.
A brief timeline of events surrounding the sinking of the USS Indianapolis:
July 26, 1945: Navy cruiser USS Indianapolis delivers first atomic bomb to Pacific island of Tinian, is directed to join battleship USS Idaho at Leyte Gulf in Philippines. Indianapolis sails alone.
Suddenly, Pogo Studio owner Mark Rubel feels differently about the jazz project he's been recording this week: He knows his friend and colleague, Jon Schoenoff, won't be mastering it and covering Rubel's work.
RANTOUL – Six of eight members of the Chanute Heritage Foundation Board, which oversees operations of the Chanute Air Museum, have resigned.
Donald Ross of Champaign, one of the two remaining board members, said a special meeting of the board has been called at 1 p.m. Aug. 21 at the museum to elect a new board.