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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, March 18, 1988 Page 11 World Report Opposition Dismayed At Noriega's Control PANAMA CITY, Panama (AP) — Opposition leaders expressed dismay that widespread protests have been unable to remove strongman Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega, and many now openly say only a U.S. military intervention can do so. "It is something we, as Panamanians, do not want to see, but the legal conditions for military intervention exist," said a leader of an opposition party who, like others interviewed for this article, spoke on condition he not be identified. i This plaintive request is heard often among those opposed to Noriega, who survived what appeared to be a poorly organized military coup headed by his chief of police. The Civic Crusade, a broad anti-government coalition, had iplanned demonstrations Thursday but the sight of hundreds of isoldiers carrying automatic rifles and tear gas canisters through the streets of the capital apparently discouraged them. Eclipse Marked With Prayers, Dancing GENERAL, SANTOS CITY, Philippines (AP) - Thousands of people prayed, cheered, danced, beat drums and observed other traditions today as a total eclipse of the sun darkened a wide area of Indonesia and the southern Philippines. The sun was blacked out by the shadow of the moon for up to four minutes along a 108-mile swath that moved from the Indian Ocean across Indonesia and the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. A partial eclipse was visible across a wide area of Asia as far west as India — including Southeast Asia, China, Japan and New Guinea as well as parts of Australia and the Pacific islands. Scientists said the eclipse would end at sunset in the Gulf of Alaska. Clouds obscured the solar spectacular in Jakarta, Indonesia, Hong Kong and in the eastern Mindanao city of Davao, where thousands of tourists and scientists had gathered to observe the eclipse. But it was visible for about 3 minutes in this city about 650 miles southeast of Manila despite early scattered clouds. President Corazon Aquino flew in to witness the event. Strong Earthquake Rattles Japanese Capital TOKYO (AP) — A strong earthquake shook the Japanese capital before dawn today, rocking skyscrapers, rattling dishes and injuring at least nine people. Japan's Central Meteorological Agency said the tremor registered 6.1 on the Richter scale — meaning a severe quake. It said there was no danger of a tsunami, or seismic tidal waves. The epicenter was 55 miles below ground in the eastern part of Tokyo, the agency said. The Japan Broadcasting Corp. said nine people suffered injuries in Tokyo and neighboring areas. Police had no reports of damage. Tremors were felt throughout the area and in parts of the Tohoku region to the north. The quake struck at 5:34 a.m., disrupting train service throughout the capital just before the morning rush hour. Tokyo is on a major western Pacific fault and is earthquake-prone. Most temblors are mild, causing little or no damage. Resistance Leaders Say Soviets Seeking Talks PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — The new chairman of Afghan resistance coalition said today that Soviet Union is secretly trying to contact the guerrillas to negotiate a settlement of the war in Afghanistan. Gulbaddin Hekmatyar, who replaced Yunis Khalis this week as head of the seven-party Islamic Unity of Afghan Mujahedeen, said that only an agreement with the resistance would guarantee the Red Army's safe passage out of Afghanistan. "The Russians are willing to (talk) but secretly. They are trying for it but secretly not openly," Hekmatyar said. The guerrillas, who do not recognize Kabul's Soviet-backed communist government, see themselves and the Soviets as the only combatants in the Afghan war. They repeatedly have rejected as useless the U.N. 'talks between Kabul and Islamabad because the talks don't directly involve the Soviets and themselves. Jetliner Crash In Mountains Kills 137 CUCUTA, Colombia (AP) — An Avianca jetliner smashed into a mountain minutes after takeoff, triggered a landslide and burst into flames, killing all 137 people aboard, officials and witnesses said. Among the 131 passengers were a Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop and more than 30 soccer players, officials said. There were no Americans aboard, they said. The Boeing 727 clipped trees before hitting the snow-covered mountain 50 miles away near Zulia, witnesses said. The craft took off in heavy fog at 1:16 p.m. Thursday from Cucuta, 250 miles northeast of Bogota, on a domestic flight to the Caribbean port of Barranquilla. Rescue workers who reached the wreckage Thursday night said there were no survivors, Col. Miguel Benedetti, civil defense director for the state of North Santander, said in a interview by radio-telephone from Zulia. Soviets Formally Commend Yugoslav System DUBROVNIK, Yugoslavia (AP) — The Soviet Union today praised the practice of socialist self-management pioneered by Yugoslavia and said it should prove useful in modernizing the Soviet economic system. In a joint declaration issued as Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev ended a five-day visit to Yugoslavia, the two nations also signaled other Eastern European nations they are free to follow "any paths to socialism" without fear of Soviet intervention. "No one has a monopoly over the truth," the document declared, echoing similar pledges Gorbachev made in speeches in Prague a year ago and in Moscow last November. "The two sides declare that they have no pretensions of imposing their concepts of social development on anyone." It said the "success of any path to socialism" is tested by practice. This was the first time that view had been outlined in a formal, written statement of policy. Black Man Hanged In South Africa JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) - A black man went to the gallows alone today after a judge granted a stay of execution to the "Sharpeville Six," who were aided in their appeal by an international clemency campaign. The pre-dawn hanging of Tsepo Letsoara, 24, concluded without fanfare, while world leaders, clergymen and politicians continued to plea with the government to save the "Sharpeville Six." Letsoara was convicted of the murder of a black woman in a Port Elizabeth township in October 1985, during nationwide racial unrest. The victim, Grace Mvetye, was killed by the "necklace" method, in which a gasoline-soaked tire was placed around her neck and set ablaze. The' 'Sharpeville Six," five black men and a woman, would have joined Letsoara on the gallows today had Pretoria Supreme Court Justice Willem Human not granted a one-month stay of execution Thursday. Human made his decision after defense lawyers presented evidence of perjury by one of the prosecution's chief witnesses. Human granted the convicts four weeks to apply for a retrial. Arab Killed In Gaza Protest JERUSALEM (AP) - Israeli troops fired on rock-throwing demonstrators after Moslem prayers today in the occupied Gaza Strip and killed one Arab, the army said. Hospital officials said another 18 were wounded. In the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah, two young protesters suffered bullet wounds in a clash with troops following noon prayer services, a doctor at Ramallah Hospital said. One was shot in the abdomen and was in serious condition, while the other was shot in the leg. In all, protests broke out today in a dozen towns and refugee camps following Moslem noon prayers, repeating a pattern established during the demonstrations which began Dec. 8. A prominent Arab attorney was detained in Gaza, prompting protests from Israeli liberals, and two senior Cabinet ministers urged Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin to impose tougher measures against Palestinian protesters. Gulf War Heats Up With Iranian Attacks NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Iran said its forces today fired 24 missiles into Iraq, downed three Iraqi jets and captured two Iraqi towns. Shipping executives said Iranian gunboats attacked three ships in the Persian Gulf. Iraq said it fired seven long- range Al Hussein missiles into Tehran, raising to 30 the number the Iraqis say they have lobbed into the Iranian capital since the so-called "war of the cities" exploded again Sunday after a two-day lull. Iran's official media claimed "several" missiles hit residential areas of Tehran, killing at least one child and wounding other civilians. The gulf shipping sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said a Japanese seaman was killed in today's attack on the Panamanian liquified gas carrier Maria 2. The rest of the 20-man crew abandoned the ship when it was set on fire. Several were wounded, but all were rescued. Gunboats later attacked the 284,494-ton Norwegian tanker Berge Lord, starting a small fire, and the 87,768-ton Singapore-flag tanker Neptune Saburu. No casualties were reported aboard those ships as the so- called "tanker war" flared again after a lull. Iran's official Islamic Republic News Agency, monitored in Nicosia, said Revolutionary Guards pushed into the mountains of northeast Iraq and recaptured the Iranian border town of Nowsud, held by the Iraqis since the early days of the 7 1 /2-year-oid gulf war. It said they later overran the "military towns" of Tawla, 3 miles north of Nowsud, and Byara, a few miles further north today, killing or wounding 700 Iraqis and capturing 200. The Iranians claim to have killed or wounded 8,000 Iraqis in heavy fighting since Sunday and seized 330 square miles of Iraqi-held territory. Sale Calendar Mar. 19 Mar. 19 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 26 Apr. 1- Apr. 8- Apr. 8- —Public Auction ' Gary L. Olson —P.O.A. Household Larry W. Aaron —Pauline P. Rousseau Estate ... Terry P. Hughes Auctioneer -Tom & Carrie Maxson Doug Davies —Leora Clem Estate : — Carl Johnson - Leora C. Clem Estate Carl Johnson —Ray Harpster Estate Auction Smith Auctions —Ed Boone Owner Dewaine Davies Auctioneer -Franklin D. & Doris E. Nelson Rinehart -Cass County Highway Henry Schrader -Cass Co. Hwy & Civil Defense Owners ... Schrader Auctions "PUBLIC AUCTION. 814 WEST BROADWAY IN LOGANSPORT ON SATURDAY MARCH 19th '88 AT 11:00 Nice Three Cushion Floral Sofa, Two Rockers, Zenith Color Console TV, Pull Size Bed, Roll-A-Way Bed, Round Kitchenette Table, Whirlpool Refrig., Kelvinator 15 Cu.Ft, Chest Type Freezer, Harvest Gold Speed Queen HD Automatic Washer, Harv. Gold S Q HD Gas Dryer, Pair Mahogany Lamp Tables, Pie Crust Top Lamp Table, Trestle Coffee Table, Universal Console Sewing Mach. With Zig Zag, Royal and Hoover Upright Sweepers, Vibrator Foot Stool, Kelvinator and Coldspot Wndow A/C's, Table Lamps, High Chair, Pots and Pans, Kitchen Items, Two Nice Mirro Pressure Cookers, Tomato Juicer, Canning Jars, Sofa Size Picture, Bedding, Snack Sets, Fan, Few Yard Tools, Saw Horses, Round Patio Table With Umbrella, Round Oak Pedestal Dining Room Table (Square Pedestal, Modernized With Formica Top), Set Five Oak Straight Chairs, Six Drawer Oak Chest (Painted), Nice Copper Boiler, Copper and Brass Coal Hod, Doll High Chair, Other Misc.... TO BE OFFERED WITH RESERVE AT 12:30; Like New Easy Lift Electric Cushion Lift Chair (Cost $950 New Only Used A Couple Of Times).... TERMS: Cash or Good Check Lunch Clerks: Robinson and Scherer NAME WITHHELD BY REQUEST OF POA AUCTIONEERS: L.W. AARON J3L andTIMCOWELL 219-722-1771 Sunday, March 20, 1988, 2-5 pm This lovely maintainance free ranch with 3 bedrooms, 1'A Baths, complete kitchen, attached 2 car garage, gas heat and central air, 2 fireplaces, finished downstairs, well landscaped corner lot. Must sell, owner transferred out of state. This is one home you must see to appreciate. F.H.A. & V.A. approved. IRISH REALTY Dorothy Warfield DIRECTIONS HGWY. 17 TO SOUTH EDGE OF KEWANNA TURN AT CHURCH RIGHT OH OAK ST., EAST 1 BLOCK N.W.. CORNER OAK I TONER IN KEWANNA Security forces detained two Israelis found with an arsenal of weapons and suspected of planning anti-Arab attacks, police said. The two were identified as Moshe Vinokor of Rishon Lezion and Gershon Luxemburg of Jerusalem, both 44. In the Gaza Strip, army spokesmen confirmed one Palestinian was killed in a clash at the Shati refugee camp. Officials at Shifa Hospital identified the victim as 24-year-old Hani AbuHamam. PHAROS TRIBUNE BUC NOTICES NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS I NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ANGELINE E. JEFFERS, DECEASED In the Superior Court of Caaa County, 1968 Term Cause Number 09D01-8705-ES-00068 In the matter of the Estate of Angellne E. Jeffers, deceased Notice Is hereby given (hat Fredrick A. Jeffers, Jr. as Executor of the above named estate, has presented and filed Ms account In final settlement ol aald estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action ol said Superior Court, on the 7th day of April, 1961, at which time all persons Interested In said estate are required to appear in said court and show cause, if anylhere be, why said account ahould not be approved. And the heirs ol said decedent and all others Interested are aiso required to appear and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate. Keneta Musall Clerk of the Superior Court for Cass County, Indiana Michael ISIephenson 214 Fourth Street Lofiansport,IN4W47 Attorneys for Estate NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ARTHUR G. SALS, DECEASED In the Superior Court of Cass County, 1968 Term Cause Number OSOT1-6704-ES-00050 In the matter of the Estate ol ARTHUR G. SALS, deceased Notice la hereby given that Joan E. Grelg as Executrix ol the above named estate, has presented and filed her account in final settlement of said estate, and that Ihe same will come up for Ihe examination and action of Mid Superior Court, on the 8th day of April, 1966, at which time all persons interested In said estate are required to appear in said court and ahow cause, il any there be, why said account should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others interested are also required lo appear and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of aald estate. Keneta Musall Clerk of the Superior Court lor Cass Counly, Indiana Frederick A. Sabatlnl Attorney for Estate Hanna, Small, Sabatlnl & Becker 208 Fourth Street Logansport, I (219)722-3730 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CASS COUNTY BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Notice is hereby given lhat Ihe Cass County Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing starting at 7:00 PM on Monday, March 28, 1988 in Ihe Commissioners' Hearing Room, Fourth Floor, County Government Building, 200 Court Park, Logansport, Indiana. During this hearing, the Board will consider the petition of the Plsgah Cemetery Association, Casa County, Indiana, requesting a Special Exception to permit the expansion ol Ihe Plsgah Cemetery and parking lot into adjoining agricultural land. The property,' which is zoned AG Agricultural, is more fully described as Commencing at a point 364' west of the Southeast corner of Ihe Northeast quarter ol Section 23, Township 27 North, Range t West, Jefferson Township, thence running Weal (along the center line of the road) 80', Ihence running North 384', thence running East 444', thence running South 54', thence running West 364' and thence running South 330* to the point of beginning. ALSO Commencing al a point 44' South ol the Northeast corner of said Southeast quarter of Section 23, Township 27 North, Range 1 West, Jefferson Township, thence running West 210', thence running South 35', thence running East 210' to a point on the center line of the road, thence running North 35' to the point of beginning. Interested persons desiring to express their views on thia petition, either orally or in writing, will be given the opportunity at the above time and place. Thomas L. Small, President Cass County Board of Zoning Appeals NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR SCHOOL BUSES The Board of School Trustees of Pioneer Regional School Corporation will receive sealed bids, until 11:00 a.m., local time, In the Superintendents Office, 115 S. Chicago Street, Royal Center, Indiana 48978, on April 15, t9M, for the purchase of two (2), sixty-six (66) passenger conventional school buses. Bids will be accepted for Ihe complete unit and/or body and chassis. All blda shall be submitted on State Board of Accounts Form 95 In accordance with laws of the State of Indiana and must be accompanied by an acceptable bidder's bond or certified check in the amount equal to five percent of the total bid. All equipment furnished must meet Ihe Indiana School Bus standard) and specifications in effect for the 1987-68 school year and all Federal requirements and specifications. Specifications and bid forma required by the Board of School Trustees are on file In the office of the Superintendent, 115 S. Chicago Street, Royal Center, Indiana 46978. The Board of School Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to accept and award a contract to the best bid, not necessarily the low bid. Charles E. Pettit Superintendent Pioneer Regional School Corp Board of School Trustees of the Pioneer Regional School Corp Sarah J. Crlmmins, President Frederick E. Henry, Vice President Arlhalyn Blank, Secretary John E. Campbell, Ass't. Secretary Gregory E. Lawson, Member LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the Board of Commissioners of Cass County, Indiana, that sealed proposals will be received at the office ol Ihe Auditor ol Cass County, Indiana, Cass County Government Building, until Ihe hour of 9:00 a.m. EST, April 4, 1988, for general repair to the exterior of Ihe Government Building including Ihe following: 1. Remove old caulking d packing from joints; clean & prepare joints for new sealant. 2. Apply bonding materials to clean joints. 3. Repack using foam rubber rope 4. Recaulk using an elaslomeric sealant. 5. Repair all cracks in panels 4. pressure wash panels. 6. Weatherproof al! exterior surfaces of building. 7. Clean windows. 8. Clean up after completion & remove debris. All bids shall be submitted on forms poser bed by the State Board of Accounts & accompanied by the bidders good faith, certified check, or bid bond in (he amount of ten (TO) percent of the bid submitted together with warranties and representations offered by the bidder. Bid prices are lo be guaranteed for ninety days. Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary permits at his expense before proceeding with the work. Contractor shall furnish 100% performance, material and labor bonds for all of work, unless written approval ol an alternative is received from Ihe Commissioners. Evidence of Insurability to be presented. Complete specifications are on file In the Auditor's office and can be had on requests. Commissioners reserve Ihe right to refuse any & all blda. Cass County Board of Commissioners Gilbert W. Thomas, President Roberts. Williamson Corwln Slush er ATTEST: Mary M. Muehlhauaen Auditor, Casi Counly The fatality brought to 101 the number of Palestinians killed in more than 14 weeks of unrest in the Israeli-occupied territories, according to U.N. figures. •PHAROS TRIBUNE NOTjj NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CASS COUNTY BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Notice la hereby given lhal Ihe Cass County Board ot Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing starting al 7:00 PM Monday, March 28. 1988 in (he Commissioners' Hearing Room. Fourth Floor, County Government Building, 200 Court Park, Logansport, Indiana. During this hearing, thu Board will consider the petition ol Verna and Arthur Null, R.fl. » 5, Loflanaport, Indiana, requesting a Special Exception to place a second mobile home to be used as the petitioner's principal residence on their thirty(Ive acre parcel located in Clay Township. The property, wfiicti is zoned AG agricultural, ts more lully described as the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter ol Section numbered Ten (101, Township Twenty-Seven (27) North, Range Two (2) East, containing Forty (-W) acres, more or less. Except live (5) acres of the North part of the above described real estate Interested persons desiring to express their views on this petition, either orally or in writing, wiil b« given the opportunity al the above time and place. Thomas L, Small, President Cass County Board ol Zoning Appeals NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CASS COUNTY BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Notice Is hereby given that the Cass Counly Board ol Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing starting at 7:00 PM on March 28, 1988, in the Commissioner?' Hearing Room, Fourth Floor, County Government Building, 200 Court Park, Logansport. Indiana. During this hearing, the Board will consider the petition ot Taylor Industries, Inc., Loganspori, Indiana, requesting a Use Variance to operate a light manufacturing (primarily light assembly) business in what was formerly Grable Chevrolet in Twelve Mile, Indiana. The property, which is zoned Bl Convenience Business, is more fully described as a fractional pan o) the Southwest quarter (V«) of Section seventeen (17), Township twenty-eight (28) North, Range (3) East, Adam Township, Cass County, Indiana. A more detailed description is available in the office of City/County Zoning Administrator in the Logansport City Building and the Cass County Recorder's office In the County Government Building. Interested persons desiring to express their views on this petition, either orally or In writing, will be given the opportunity at the above time and place Thomas L. Sma/l, President. Casa County Board of Zoning Appeals NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING WALTON TOWN PLAN COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the Walton Town Plan Commission will hold a public hearing for the purpose ol reviewing the proposed 1988 Walton Zoning Ordinance. The proposed ordinance will establish regulations lor the Town ol Walton and the Walton Jurisdicttonal Fringe Area as shown in Plat Booh 6, Pages 301 to 303 in the Cass County Recorders Office, The proposed ordinance is comprised ol ten articles as follows: 1) Basic Provisions, 2} Definitions, 3) District Regulations, «) Overlay District Regulations. 5) Development Standards, 6) Development Plans, 7) Non-Conformities, 8J Board of Zoning Appeals, 9) Administrative Procedures, and 10) Enactment. The proposed ordinance has enforcement penalties which read as follows: SECTION 9W ENFORCEMENT PENALTIES: Any person, partnership or corporation who or which shall violate any provision ol this Ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine, not to exceed $1,500.00. Each day that a violation is continued shall constitute a separate oftense. The public hearing will be held at 7:00 P.M. E ST. on Monday, March 28,1988 at Ihe Walton Town Hall. 100 South Depot, Walton, Indiana *899«, Interested persons desiring to comment on the proposed ordinance wllf be given the opportunity !o do so at the hearing. Written comments may be submitted to the Plan Commission Secretary prior to the hearing at Ihe following address: Walton Town Hall, 100 South Depot, Walton. Indiana 469W. A copy of the proposed ordinance is on file at the Town Hall or at the L&gansport/Cass County Planning Department, Room 314, Cass County Government Building, 200 Court Park, Logansport, Indiana 46947. If necessary, the Commission may continue the hearing to a later time and place. Walton Town Plan Commission Brian Nicholas, President RESOLUTION NOTICE OF CHANGE OF VOTING PRECINCTS Notice la hereby given thai the Board of Commissioners of Cass County, Indiana, In their regulir aeaalon, Monday, January 18, 1968, In accordance with and under the provisions of Burns Statutea of the State of Indiana, Section 2»-3502, hereby mike the following change* In the voting precinct) of Casa County, Indiana, by resolution duly passed and adopted to wit: Loganaport Two. Beginning at a point where Third Street ntersecH the Conrail Railroad tracks running thence north and eait following the weit boundary ol trie first precinct to the corporation limits at Emily Street; thence west and south following said corporation limits to Ihe Noble Township boundary line; thence west and south along the Noble Township boundary line to a point where Holland Street Intersects weal corporation limits; thence south on Holland Street to Bates Street then Mil on Baits Street to Intersection ol Plum tnd Bates Streets thence north on Plum Sl/eet to Conrall fl, H. tricks and east on tracks to point of beginning. Lojansport Three. Beginning at a point In the Eel River at Its Intersection with Third Street thence north along the middle ol Third Street to < point where Third Street Intersects the Conrail R Ft. tracks: thence west along Mid Conrail tricks to Ihe InlwMCtlon ot Plum Street then south on Plum Street to Intersection ot Bates <nd Plum streets then west on Bates street to Holland street then south following the corporation limits to West Broadway extended then eail on W. Broadway to Intersection ol Front Street then north and e»l along Front Street to middle of Eel River then MSI in river to point of Beginning. Logansport Eleven. Beginning at a point in the Eel River where the corporation limits Intersect with 21 at Street extended running thence south on and along the middle ol 21 «t Street to Market Street; thence east along the middle of Market Street to 29th Strent; thence south along the middle of 25th Street extended and 25tn Street to George Street; thence east along the middle of George Street to the Intersection of U.S. 24 continuing east to the Cass Plaza Road; than north along the middle ot Casa Plaza Rc*d to Broadway; thence west on Broadway to E. Roselawn Drive; north In the middle ol East Hoselawn Drive to the corporation limits; thence west on corporation limits to point ol beginning. Loganaport Fourteen. Beginning at the Intersection of George Street and Lafayette Drive, thence south on Lafayette Drive and Lafayette Drive extended to a point where Lafayette Drive extended -ntera»cti the corporation limits, (hence east and south and «aat and north following the corporation limits to Tomllnaon Drive and continuing e«»l and north along the corporation limits to U.S. 24E, thence east along the corporation limits to Yorktown Road, thence north on and along tha middle of Yorktown Road to its Intersection with High Street, thence weal on and along Ihe middle of High Strxl and the corporation limits to Eaal Roclawn Drive; thence south In the middle of Eaal Roaalawn Drlv> to Eaat Broadway; th*nce east to Casa Plaza Road moving aouth on Cass Plaza Road to U.S. 24E, thence west on and along the middle of U.S. 24E to Ita Intersection with G*orge Street, continuing waat to the place of beginning. Clay I. Beginning at a point where county road 700E Intersects county road 400N thence weal In the middle ot counly road 400N on Clay-Bathl*h*m township division line to Intersection of 400N and 100E, ttience aouth on 100E to county road 200N, thence eaal In the middle of 200N to 300E thence aoulh on 300E to the Intersection of Perryiturg RoM thence weal and north and west to 200E thence aoulh on 200E to center of Eel River; thence following In the middle of Eel Rlv«r In a north-east pattern lo 700E, thence north on 700E to point of beginning. Clay II. Beginning at a point where county roerf 300E Interaecli county road 200N, thence weal on 200N to Intersection of county roadi 100E and WON, thence aoulh on 100E lo the Eel River, thence traveling eaal along Eel Fllver to 200E thence north on 2006 to center of Perryeburg Road thence eeat In center of Perytburg Road to Intersection of Par- ryeburg and 300E thence north on 300E to point ol beginning. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have thla 1«lh day of January, IBM affixed our hand and official aeal of the Board ot CommUsioners of Caaa County, Indiana. Caaa County Commleelonars

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