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Page 10 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 14, 1988 Bush Leads Illinois GALESBURG, III. (AP) Red lights don't stop George Bush. The vice president's limousine glides along under state police escort, with cars pulling over to make way. Traffic signals are ignored; the curious crane their necks. Bush is hoping Tuesday's Illinois primary will be just as smooth a ride. Although heavily favored to win the state's Republican contest, with 82 delegates at stake, the vice president nonetheless has been spending 12-hour days on the campaign trail. But on the stump his targets are no longer Republican rivals like Bob Dole, the Kansas senator he crushed in the primaries of Super Tuesday. Instead, Bush is aiming his rhetoric at Democrats. National/World Report -PHAROS-TRIBUNE- REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Nolle* Is hereby given mm the City of Logansport Park and Recreation Board tiealret to secure proposals (or tne updating of Ihe Logansport Parks Department Master Plan. Interested firms must send a letter of Interest and qualifications as well as »n estimate for this wort to the City of Looansport Partis and Recreation Board, ATTN: Richard L, Farrer, 901 E. Broadway, Room 200, Logansport, Indiana 4M47 by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 13. 1«M. The proposals will be opened at the April 13, 1(M, Losansport Parts and Recreation Board Meeting to be held al 7:30 p.m. In the Clly Council Chambers located on Ihe third floor of the City Building. The City of Logansport Parks and Recreation Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals. Any questions regarding this project should be directed to Richard L. Farrer Parka Administrator at 101 N. Clcott Street, Logansport. Indiana 46947 or by telephone (21«> 753-73M. Approved Ihls vth day of March, 1968 Logansport Park & Recreation Board NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF RALPH A. BETZNER, DECEASED In Ihe Superior Court of Cass County, 19M Term Cause Number W001-B705-ES-00073 In the Matter of Ihe Estate of Ralph A. Betzner, deceased Notice Is hereby given that Ralph A. Belzner, us Personal Representative of the above named estate, has presented and filed account In final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for Ihe examination and action ol said Superior Court, on the 4th day of April, 19M, at which time all persons Interested In said estate are required to appear In said Court and show cause, If any there be, why said account should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others Interested are also required to appear and make proof of their helrshlp or claim lo any part of said estate. Keneta Musall Clerk of the Superior Court for Cass County, Indiana Herbert F. Small Attorney for Estate LEGAL NOTICE OF PREHEARING CONFERENCE AND PRELIMINARY HEARING INDIANA UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION DOCKET NO. 38496 IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF MIAMI- CASS COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION TO INCREASE ITS RATES AND CHARGES FOR ELECTRIC SERVICES. Notice Is hereby given that the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission of Indiana will conduct a public Prehearlng Conference and Preliminary Hearing In this proceeding In Room 907 of the State Office Building, Indianapolis, Indiana, al 9:30 A.M. Local Time, on APRIL 5,19(8. If the Prehearing Conference does not result In agreement among the parties acceptable to the Commission concerning all procedural and other preliminary issues which may appropriately be resolved prior to a hearing on Ihe merits ol the above-captloned proceeding, evidence will be heard on the above date on all such disputed issues. These procedural and preliminary Issues may include, but shall not be limited lo, the jurisdiction of the Commission over the parties and subject matter of the proceedings: a representative test year for consideration of the valuation of utility plant and materials, operating expenses, and revenues from existing rates; accounting methods, standards and principles to be applicable lo these proceedings: need for and time of preflllng testimony: dales and places for hearings on the merits of this proceeding; and issues related to prehearlng discovery. Any party who has an Interest In or who may be affected by the procedural and other preliminary Issues which may be determined In the Prehearlng Conference and Preliminary Hearing should participate. All parties will be bound by the procedural and other preliminary findings and determinations made pursuant lo agreements or evidence received al the prehearlng Conference and/or Preliminary Hearing held pursuant to Ihls notice. For additional Information call (317) 232-2715. Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission By: L. D. Phllpott, Secretary (317) 232-2701 DATE: MARCH «,1MI STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS SUPERIOR COURT 19W TERM THE LOGANSPORT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION vs THOMAS A. CROWE, NORTH CENTRAL SERVICE CORPORATION, and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Acting through the INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE No.OWXn-OTB-CP-OOWl NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree of foreclosure to me directed by the Clerk ot the Cast Superior Court of Caas County, Indiana, In a certain cause bearing Number OWXI1-470S-CP-002B1 upon the docket of said Court where The Logansport Savings and Loan Association Is plaintiff, and Thomas A. Crow*, North Central Service Corporation and United States ol America, Acting through the Internal Revenue Service are defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided lor In said decree, with Interest on said decree and coats, and ordering sale of Ihe real estate hereinafter described, to make assets for the payment of said decree, I will expose for sale at public auction to lha hHjhett bidder on April 20, IMS, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. at the Office of the Sheriff of Cass County, Indiana, the lee simple of the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lot Numbered Three (3) In Brltton's Subdivision of Lot Numbered One Hundred Six (NX), In Sarah M. Tlpion's Addition lo the City of Losanaport, known as 2109 High Street, Loflanaport, Indiana, together with renta, laaues, Income and profits thereof. Said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Dated at Loganeport, Indiana, this 3rd day of March, 19M. Ronald W. Wcolley Sheriff, Cass County, Indiana Nelson J. Becker Attorney for Plaintiff 2M Fourth Street Loganapon, IN 40947 Telephone: 219-722-3730 Liz Leads AIDS Benefit In Florida MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) - A star-studded! AIDS benefit led by Elizabeth Taylor raised $2* million for education and research, and orga-i nizers hope the gala will be repeated elsewhere. \ "We've had the most private funds raised (for* AIDS) at this one function than any other place inf the country," benefit spokesman Charles Cin-| namon said of Sunday's "An Extraordinary! Evening with Elizabeth Taylor and Friends." "We want it to be the prototype for the rest of the country." The series of $2,500-a-piate South Florida Taylor dinner parties fell short of its $3 million goal, although its "grand finale'' of champagne and dessert at the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel was sold out. Major Winter Storm Fizzles As It Moves East Snow-clogged roads plagued motorists today from the eastern Great Lakes region to Nebraska and other Plains states where road crews were digging out from the region's worst blizzard in decades. The storm fizzled as it moved east, but still left IVz feet of snow on the ground this morning along the windy Wisconsin shore of Lake Superior and more than 20 inches in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Convict Faces 7th Death Warrant This Week STARKE, Fla. (AP) - Convicted killer Willie Jasper Darden again faces execution this week after outlasting six death warrants and becoming a symbol of the national conflict over capital punishment. His appeal was pending today at the Florida Supreme Court in Tallahassee in advance of a scheduled Tuesday morning execution at the state prison here. Gov. Bob Martinez, the only official outside the courts who could intervene, said last week he saw no reason to back off the death warrant he signed Tuesday. Darden maintained his innocence in an interview published Sunday. Japan Best In Infant Mortality Rate TOKYO (AP) — In less than a generation, Japan has slashed its infant death rate to the lowest in the world, thanks to a formula that combines intensive prenatal care with government policy. But Japan also has one of the world's highest abortion rates, which could help in keeping figures low for the infant-death rate. The officially reported infant mortality rate, in any case, has fallen from a high of more than 60 deaths per 1,000 in the years after World War II to 4.9 per 1,000 in 1987 — meaning that of every 1,000 babies born, 995.1 will live to their first birthdays. No other nation comes close. The United States lags far behind with a rate of 10.6 per 1,000. Finland and Sweden rank second behind Japan, with 6.0, according to 1986 figures. Violence Continues In Occupied West Bank JERUSALEM (AP) — The army cut off gasoline supplies to the West Bank after Palestinian protesters set fire to two fuel trucks and stoned others during a day of scattered violence in the occupied territories. The economic restriction, announced Sunday, followed a PLO-inspired campaign that led 450 Arab police and dozens of tax collectors to resign. Crime Rate Remains Stable For 3rd Year WASHINGTON (AP) — Some 34.4 million crimes were committed in the United States in 1987, the third straight year of stable crime levels, according to a government survey. Since 1980, violent crimes have fallen from 33 per 1,000 U.S. residents to 28, thefts from 83 to 68 per 1,000, and household crimes from 227 to 168, the Bureau of Justice Statistics said in a report Sunday. Crime levels overall rose a statistically insignificant 0.9 percent last year from 34.1 million in 1986. Biden Tested For Blood Clot In Leg WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr. is back in the hospital for tests to determine if he has a blood clot in his leg, one month after he underwent surgery to repair an aneurysm in a bloodvessel. The Delaware Democrat checked into Walter Reed Army Medical Center on Sunday night. "We're going to give him a good looking over," said spokesman Pete Esker. "We're looking to see if there's a blood clot in one of his legs, and we want to make sure that if there is, it is not moving toward the heart or the brain." Esker said Biden was relaxing and talking to his wife, Jill, shortly after entering the hospital, and said there was no immediate condition report on the 45-year-old senator. Meese Says Wallach Still A Friend WASHINGTON (AP) - Attorney Genera! Edwin Meese III says he still regards as a friend the man whose memos have made him a target of a criminal investigation into a $1 billion Iraqi oil pipeline project. Meese also denies that he untruthfully played down his involvement in promoting the project with then-Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres. A memo by longtime Meese friend E. Robert Wallach says that on Oct. 16,1985, Meese, Peres and Wallach had a "three-way discussion" of the project at the Israeli Embassy in Washington. On Sunday, James Rocap, one of Meese's lawyers, said "Waiiach's account totally exaggerates" the discussion "in order to impress his client," Swiss oilman Bruce Rappaport, a partner in the pipeline project. Earthquake Strikes In Soviet Union MOSCOW (AP) — A moderate earthquake shook the Soviet republic of Kirgizia, the official news agency Tass said. It was the third temblor in Central Asia in less than a month. No injuries were reported in the quake Sunday, but older buildings near the epicenter in the Kochkork area sustained slight damage, Tass said. Gallaudet Names Hearing-Impaired President WASHINGTON (AP) -1. King Jordan said today his appointment as the first hearing-impaired president of Gallaudet University, the nation's only liberal arts college for the deaf, is a victory for students and the deaf community across the country. "What it means to the students, it means to the deaf community at large and that's — it opens up new horizons for deaf people," Jordan said on ABC-TV's "Good Morning America." Jordan, dean of the school's college of arts and sciences, was selected by Gallaudet trustees on Sunday after what began as an isolated campus protest last week turned into an international forum on deaf rights. Students had sought a deaf leader to serve as the school's eighth president, but last week the board of trustees selected Elisabeth Ann Zinser, a hearing woman who did not know sign language. Biden Daily 8-5 CLASSIFIED 722-5000 Sot. 8-12 CLASSIFIED DEADLINES Tuesday thru Friday ads must be placed by 3:00 pm. the day before publication. Sunday ads must be placed before 3:00 p.m. Friday. Monday ads must be placed by 11:00a.m. Saturday. CHECK YOUR COPY In case of error, please notify us at once. Corrections or cancellations accepted until 3 p.m. dally for next day's publication. The Pharos-Tribune will be responsible for one Incorrect Insertion only. We reserve the right to edit, classify, reject or discontinue any advertisement. ANNOUNCEMENTS 10. Special Notices DIESEL TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL Hwy 151, Sun Prairie, Wl 53590, Accroog Call for Info, at 1-800-332-SEMI. 510,000 Cash Prize!!! Holiday Inn local contest. If you can sing and stardom Is your dream, call: 1-61M37-9MO EXTS221. INDIVIDUAL MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPY For appointment: 219-563-4528 Joan Phelps, Counselor. WHh i low-coal diiilflcd ad. you «rt iurc lo r««ch « ready buyer No oihtr Mud of advertising d«)jv«« hoi protpfctj— people icilvtly starching for Ihe Hems to nil Iheir ncedt—like claislfled advertltlnj So when you re lerloui about telling, cill claulfUd. ANNOUNCEMENTS 13. Personals young son looking for female Oriental or Mexican descent, 21-29, slim, pretty, family oriented. Send name & photo to: Box A-481 , c / o Pharos Tribune. Give yourself the gitt of love. Call Matchmaker International, 317-497-DATE. 16. Lost and Found LOST: Black & white hound. Vicinity 300S 4 SR29. Answers to Cleveland. REWARD. 7224339; LOST: Family pet, 2 year old red & white female Siberian Husky. Lost near Helm street. Call 722-7252, REWARDI LOST: Mother's ~ririg"with7~8 stones. Please call 753-5553. LOST: Older gray cat, vicinity of Columbia School. Call 753-2836. RENTALS 23. Business Property R¥TAIL/bFTOE"Space Available. Good downtown location 722-1518, 722-3993. 38. Houses Attractive i and 2 bedroom houses. HUD inspected. 7534386 or 826-2260 evenings. 1 bedroom. Water and sewage furnished, J150/mo. 753-6647 after 5pm. 5-room house. Deposit required. No pels. Call 722-1123 or 7352971. Excellent eastond location. Brick 3 bedroom, 2 baths, 2 car attached garage. C/A. No pets. «75/month, 722-1518^722-3993. Extra nice 3 bedroom ranch with 1Vz baths & family room, Ca IT722-2110_9am-6pm. Modern 2 bedroom Duplex with garage. $230/rno, 217 Montgomery Street. 219-6862344. 38. Houses Spacious 2 bedroom. Close to town. No pets. 722-1518, 722-3993. Very nice 2 bedroom country home. 10 miles South. Gas heat. J200/month. Adults only. No pets pleaae. References & deposit. 859-3100, 41. Unfurnished Apart. Applications now being taken for beautiful 1 bedroom apartments. Fully carpeted. Central air. Gas heat furnished. Call 753-5724 for information. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. PINECREST MANOR APARTMENTS. 601 PINE COURT, LOGANSPORT, IN. AVAILABLE"' iMMEbiAfELY-" 2 bedroom upper, LR, garage. $185/mo. plus utilities. References & deposit required. 753-2458 after 5pm. AVAiLABLE: 'Sice, clean, 1 bedroom, downstairs apartment. Stove, refrigerator, heat, water & sewage furnished. 722-5800. Beautiful large, 2 bedroom townhouse apartment. Carpet, drapes, appliances & ample closets. No pets. 1423 Johnson Street, $350. 722-4031. Could be furnished. 2 bedroom apartment. Heat, water, sewage, stove, refrigerator furnished. 753-5524^722-4399.^ Large one bedroom lower apartment. Stove, refrigerator furnished. Call 739-0586. Large upper 1 bedroom. 1185 plus utilities. Deposit. No pets. 753-3871. Inquire at 2029 E. Market. _ Large, 5 room lower apartment near downtown. All utilities furnished except electric, J250. 219-278-7087. Call today 722-5000 -Special "LUCKY 7" Cash Rates- Total Words 7 Day Rate 14 Total Days 10 5.60 n 6.21 12 6.62 13 7.43 14 a. 04 T5 8.65 16 9.26 17 9.87 18 10.48 19 11.0? 20 11.70 21 12.31 22 12. 11 23 13.53 24 U.M 25 14.75 Ads May Be Cancelled When .torn Sells- Sorry, No Refunds On Lucky 7 Ads Pharos-Tribune, Classified Dept. 5171. Broadway, Logansport, Ind. ONE ! 6 1 1 16 21 Pltai* 1m«rt My > Nome WORD 2 7 12 17 22 kd For Dtiyi £ IN 3 8 13 18 23 EACH A q 14 19 24 SPACE 5 10 15 20 25 m!0i«d it S ADDRfSS Payment Must Be Included

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