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Page 16 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana Thursday, March 15, 1984 Notion News Summary Glenn Backers Pack Bags WASHINGTON - Sen. John Glenn, who has yet to win a single primary or caucus, is reassessing his candidacy but many of his chief backers and campaign workers have given up. His campaign offices in New York, Alaska and Kansas have already closed. Two More Face Execution RALEIGH, N.C. — A convict scheduled to die by lethal injection Friday — the nation's second execution this week — told his lawyers to give up the fight to keep him alive. In Texas, a killer who faces death Monday said he is so scared "I catch myself counting the days" and cannot sleep at night. Salt-death probe continues BOSTON (UPI) — More than 100 people have been questioned in a probe into the salt contamination death of an 11-month-old boy, an investigator said. Doctors, nurses, housekeepers, dietitians and visitors to Children's Hospital were among those questioned by detectives in the probe by the Suffolk County District Attorney's office, John Kiernan, an assistant district attorney, said Wednesday. Meese Urged To Withdraw WASHINGTON — At least one senator is urging Edwin Meese to ask President Reagan to withdraw his nomination as attorney general, and others say there still are "significant questions" about Meese's financial dealings. Sen. Howard Metzenbaum. D-Ohio, called for the withdrawal Wednesday. Paroled Killer Nabbed Again LOS ANGELES - "Onion Field" killer Jimmy Lee Smith was arrested Wednesday for allegedly dealing heroin and taken to jail for violation of parole. Smith was released from prison last year, jailed for violating his parole four months later and released again in December. Church Elders On Trial TULSA, Okla. — Church of Christ elders being sued for $1.35 million claimed the "Scripture demanded" them to discipline a church member by telling the congregation she was a fornicator. The case could go to the jury today. M.D. Settles With Estate Of Comedian BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (DPI) — A Westport plastic surgeon who performed a facelift operation on the late comedian Totie Fields and was blamed for her death two years later has agreed to an $850,000 malpractice settlement. Dr. WUliam T. Keavy, who has offices in Stamford and New York City, did not admit any liability in Ms. Fields' death when making the out-of-court settlement. P PHAROS-TRIBUNE— 'UBUC NOTICES STATE, OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS SUPERIOR COURT 19M TERM IN THE MATTER OF THE UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESTATE OF THOMAS B. BURDGE, DECEASED Cause Number SPW-31 NOTICE OF UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that Msry M. Burdfi. WM, on 13th day of March, 1964, appointed personal representative of the Estate of Thomas B Burdge, deceased, and >8 serving as Executrix of the decedent's estate, and waa authorized to proceed under unsupervlsed admlnistrstlon. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within five (5) months from the date of the flrat publication of this notice or Mid claims will be forever barred. Dated at Logansport, Indiana, this 13th day of March, 1W4 MISHIAWOOD Clerk of the Superior Court for Csss County. Indiana MICHAEL S STEPHENSON Attorneys al Law 214 Fourth Street Logansport, IN 4W47 Telephone: 719-753-4107 'FIST' Floors 2,000 LOS ANGELES (UPI) - More than 2,000 fugitives wanted on charges ranging from arson and forgery to rape and murder have been captured in a 10- week, federally coordinated sweep of California's five major cities. Operation FIST — Fugitive Investigative Strike Team — captured the wanted criminals after lengthy investigations with a dash of theatrics, using an elaborate package delivery scam that played on curiosity and greed. "It's amazing how gullible people are," said Thomas Kupferer Jr., chief inspector of the U.S. Marshals Service. "Especially when it comes to getting something for nothing." The Marshals Service held a news conference today to discuss the crackdown, the sixth undertaken around the country since 1981, and to provide final arrest totals. Eighteen state and local agencies participated in the operation, run out of a Marine Reserve training site in suburban Pico Rivera. A UPI reporter accompanied officers as the operation wound down Tuesday and by that evening, the arrest total had risen to about 2,066, with more than 600 apiece in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. Driving a van marked "FIST — Bonded Delivery," an undercover marshal visited each suspect's home with a package "insured" for several hundred dollars that required the fugitive's signature. First Lady Nancy Reagan will co-host a five-part series on children and drugs on "Hour Maga zine with talk show host Gary Collins. The series will be aired nationally beginning May 14. Flynt Threatens Reagan From Jail WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Secret Service is investigating Larry Flynt's claim that he put a contract out to kill President Reagan, a threat made during a jailhouse interview in which the millionaire Hustler publisher also said he knows who bombed the Capitol last year. "One thing I will confess to — I have confessed to putting a contract out on President Reagan's life. I want to kill him," Flynt said in a telephone interview with Cable News Network Wednesday. The Secret Service, charged with protecting the president, said it is taking the threat seriously. The Atlanta network interviewed Flynt from the federal prison in Butner, N.C. In Delegate Count, Second Place Best P PHAROS TRIBUNE— UBUC NOTICEI_ STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS SUPERIOR COURT 1W4 TERM C*u» Number SP l4-2t NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice!» hereby given tfi«t The Flrtt Nitlorwl Bank of Loginipon. Lo Qtntport, Indiana, waa, on 5th day of March. 1SW, appointed Exocutor ol the Ettate ol Th«lma Quayle, deceased. All persons having claims: tgilm! said eatate, whether or not now due, mutt file the same In sakl court within five (5) months from the date of the ; first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dat«d at Logsnipon. Indiana, mis Jrh day of Ma/cn, 19W, MISHIAWOOD Clerk of the Superior Court for Cus Cou nty, Indiana MICHAEL i STEPHENSON 2H Fourth Stre«i Loosnspon. IN MM7 Attorneys tor Estate NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR SCHOOL BUSES The Board of School Trustees of Pioneer Regional School Corporation will receive aealed bids, until 11:00 a.m., tocal time, in trie Superintendent's Office, 115 S. Chicago Street, Royal Center, Indiana 46078, on April 2, 1flM, for tne purchase of tour (4), uUty-ili (66) passenger conventional school buses. Bids will be accepted for tna complete unit andlor body and chassis. All bids shall be submitted on State Board of Accounts Form tt In sc- cordance with laws of trie State of Indiana and must be accompanied by an acceptable bidder's bond or certified check In the amount equal to 3% ol the total bk). All equipment furnished must meet the Indiana School Bus standards snd speclflcstlons in effect for the 1963-&4 school year snd all Federal requirements and specifications. Specifications and bid forms required by the Board ol School Trustees are on file In the office of the Superintendent, 115 S. Chicago Street, Royal Center, Indiana 40078. The BovD of School Trustees reserve the right to reject sny or sll bids, to KC.pt and award a contract to the best bid, not necessarily the fow bid. Peggy Cowen Superintendent Pioneer Regional School Corporation Board of School Trustees of the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Sarah J Crlmmins, President Gregory E. Lawson, Vice President Leland Patty, Secretary Bud J. Scott, Ass't Secretary James Conn, Member WASHINGTON (UPI) — Walter Mondale lost while winning in Georgia, and the same thing happened to Gary Hart in Florida, because of the Democrats' new rules for choosing a presidential nominee. Those states gave more delegates to the candidate who finished second, final returns showed Wednesday. In Florida, Hart took 39 percent of the popular statewide vote to Mondale's 33 percent. But the delegates were INLOVING MEMORY of Melvin L. Reppert Dee. 15,1927 to Mar. 15,1983 He wished no one a last farewell or even said goodbye, he was gone before we knew it and only God knows why. God gave us the strength to face it, and courage to bear the blow , but what it meant to love and lose him, no one will ever know. Missing you deeply, Karen Louise CARD OF THANKS We extend our heartfelt appreciation to the many, many individuals and organizations who responded to our needs when Joseph I. Burkhart passed away. We sincerely thank each of you for your presence, prayers, cards, food, flowers and kindness. Thanks to: Fishers Funeral Home, Rev. Ruhl, pallbearers, Switches employees, State Hospital employees, Postal employees, special friends at Anoka Acres and Johnson Mobile Home Park, friends from Twelve Mile and to all other special friends and relatives for your prayers and thoughts. All much appreciated and will always be cherished. Bettia Burkhart Darcus Titus & Family Mr. & Mrs. Emory Gay & Family Mr. & Mrs. Dan Elkins & Family Mr. Dan Burkhart & Family i Mr. & Mrs. Tim Burkhart & Family; NOW SERVING TUES. thruTHURS. BOB'S PLACE 17th 8 Erie Now Serving CHINESE and MEXICAN FOOD Thurs. ana rn. 4:00 pm till 10:00 pm Sat. 12pm till llpm CARRY-OUT PH. 722-9776 "BEER & WINE" ... Makes No Difference How You Slice'em... _L Fresh from Canada, Hand- Cleanded & De-boned right here in our own kitchen! SUNDAY SPECIALS: • Baked Steak $4.951 • Barbecued Spare Ribs $4.95] (Meal Includes Banana cream Pie & Free Coffeel) elected on a separate ballot in each congressional district. Back in January, when Hart had to qualify for the Florida ballot, his campaign had not yet caught fire, and he did not have a big enough organization to get complete delegate slates on the ballot in every district. IN MEMORY OF Margaret Packard March 15,1982 When you went to Heaven And left me alone I didn't know what I would do. I never had learned to do things for myself Because 1 always depended on you. You were always ready and willing to help With anything we had to do. Now I am lonely, I sit here alone Feeling helpless and lost without you. Now two years have passed by and I'm still all alone. But when I look back through my tears All I see is the love and happiness we shared For all those wonderful years. Sadly missed by your heartbroken husband Sam Packard Children: RuthGrafton, Kenny Packard, Virginia Correll Grandchildren, Great-Grandchildren IN MEMORY OF Jonathan Michael March 15,1982 The path cannot be so lonely, For someone has trod it before, The Golden Gates are nearer, For Jonathan waits by the door. Grandma and Grandpa Conrad SUN TAN ROOM HAIR AND TOWNHOUSE SKIN CARE 210-tthSt. 753-9419 COUNTRY INN US 24 West Friday Special ALL YOU CAN EAT Fresh Canadian Smelt & Perch Homemade Salmon Patties Phone 722-5100 JOYCE'S CORNER INN U.S. 25, Burrows, IN. NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP Home-Cooked Meals Our Specialty! CATFISH-PERCH- SMELT SPECIAL EVERY FRIDAY! OpenMon.-Fri. 6A.M.-8P.M. Sat. 6A.M,-Noon Sun. 7 A.M.-Noon Mon.-Thurs. 11 AM-9 PM FRI. '& SAT. 11 AM-10PM WITMYER'S Open Sun. 11 AM-2PM LARGE CAPACITY WASHER HEAVY-DUTY DRYER *599 9 BY THE PAIR WASHER Mode! WWA3100B • Heavy-duty targe capacity washer • 2 Wash/Rinse temperature selections • Unbalanced load control system. ONLY $ 369°°wr * DRYER Model DDE4000B • Up to 130 minutes drying (or heaviest loads • Removable up-front lint tiller. • Smooth porcelain enamel drum ONLY WT '•FREE DELIVERY AND NORMAL INSTALLATION GE. WE BRING G(X)D THINGS TO LIFE. TV & APPLIANCES 412 E. Broadway 753-2762 IN LOVING MEMORY of ELLIS DEWEY SMITH who passed away March 15,1979. Five years have come and gone. Beautiful memories linger on. Although absent you are always near. Still loved and very dear. Wife, Marie - SATURDAY - £ > Tour Choice Of One CATFISH -OR- SHRIMP All-YOUCAN-EAT $COO HERE J With Salad Bar 5 TO 10 P.M. SATURDAY Baker's FAMILY RESTAURANT 830 E. Main St. Logons port SATURDAY - SATURDAY CLUB 17 17th & Erie Now Serving MEXICAN FOOD Thurs. & Fri. 4P.M.-10P.M. Sot. 2PM-10PM Little Joe — Carry Out — Beer-Wine-Liquor JODIE'S Restaurant 200 Burlington Breakfast Lunch and Dinner Specials FRIDAY NIGHT 4-7 P.M. PERCH AII-U-Can-Eat Including Potato and 2 Side Orders OPEN Mon.-Frl. 5:30am-7pm Sat. 5:30 am-2 pm IN LOVING MEMORY OF HELEN (GRACE) McCLURG Our mother and grandmother who passed away March 15,1982. Though her smile is gone forever and her hand we cannot touch we will never lose sweet memories of the one we loved so much. Sadly missed by the Children and Grandchildren BIGGORDYIS THE LARGEST WASHER (TWICE AS BIG AS ANY WASHER IN TOWN) AQUA MAIDS & THESPIAN SOCIETY Presents: WATER BALLET STORY TIME! Lewis Coss High School Friday& Saturday, March 16&17 Admission Adults $1-50 Children , $1.00 WHITE HAWK FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY At The BUNGALOW 2416 E. Market 9:30 P.M. to 2 A.M. VFW POST 3790 FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 16th Served From 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. STEAK & SHRIMP DINNERS •Shrimp S 3.50 •Top Choice Sirloin. .. $ 4.50 •12 oz. T-Bone $ 5.50 Guesi Night. . . Bring A Friend! ACKWOODS 201 Burlington FREE POPCORN AND COFFEE FRIDAY & SATURDAY! Shank Portion Ham 69' LD. Butt Portion Lb. 88« Pork Cutlets . Lb. CHICKEN FRANKS Wilson Smoked Sausage Lb. Chuck Steak Lb. OCX .VV LB. Boneless Rump Roajt.. Lt>. Boneless S 1 59 Ham u>- I Bulk Pork Sausage ,OLb. S 6 9 ° Lesser 88' Lb. $199 >. i Arm j * Roast (-D. J Sandwich Ham SJ59 S|69 Head Lettuce... BANANAS 4LB.99' 2/99* Onions 3Lt> NICKLESLB.JLOAF BREAD 4FOIt $ 1°° LARGE EGGS.. . DOZ, PEPSI i 88" SJ69 ..... COUPON ----Wilson's ,na 49* W/C8Iipon Limit 6

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