Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 24, 1988 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 24, 1988 Page? Indiana Truck Defects At 40% INDIANAPOLIS (AP) More than four of every 10 large trucks checked randomly by Indiana State Police along Hoosier interstates last week had safety defects police described as serious. The state police announced Wednesday that inspectors at eight checkpoints on March 17 looked at 647 trucks and ordered 270 out of service until defects were corrected. Sgt. Guy Boruff of the state police motor carrier division said missing or defective front brakes accounted for 44 of the out-of-service citations-. The other top categories of serious violations involved inoperative lights and defective tires, Boruff said. Inspectors spotted nearly 2,500 violations, or an average of almost four for every truck inspected, Boruff said. Trucks with less serious violations weren't ordered out of service. "We're concerned as a state agency," Boruff said of the survey findings. "But we do feel our inspection program is having an impact.'' 68 To Pay In 'Airplane' Pyramid Scam INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The state has reached 68 agreements requiring promoters of the so-called "airplane" pyramid scheme to repay victims and compensate the state for investigation costs, Attorney General Linley E. Pearson said. Pearson announced the latest agreement Wednesday, when he said a New Haven woman has agreed to pay 81,000 in restitution to two victims and costs for the state to investigate. PHAROS TRIBUNE- 8LJC NONCES NOTICE The following described abandoned motor vehicles will be soici at public auction pursuant to 1C 1971, 9-9-1.1 on March 31, 1986 at 11:30 a.m. ESTatZook'a Garag®. 1W N. Sycamore, Galveston, Indiana; at 12:00 p.m. EST at Chech Motors Inc., St. Rd. 25 South, Logansport, Indiana. TITLES MAY BE APPLIED FOR. TERMS OF SALE: APPROVED BUSINESS CHECK. CERTIFIED CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. VEHICLES AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING BEFORE AUCTION OR BY APPOINTMENT. ZOOK'S GARAGE-367331-Utopia 1966 Tr,, CHECK MOTORS INC-3e9355-Bulck Century 1973 2S., 370642-Oid5mobHeCutla«s1975Cp, Charles E. Layton, Commissioner Bureau of Motor Vehicles STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS SUPERIOR COURT 1988 TERM Cause Number OWX)1-8803-AD-00005 IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF NATASHA KIAN FISHER AND DEREK RANDAL FISHER Rsndy Fisher Is hereby notified that on the 21st day of March, 1966, Dennis Alan Roe, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Casa County, In the State of Indiana, a petition to adopt Natasha Kian Fisher and Derek Randal Fisher, minor children of whom Randy Fiiher la a parent, which petition alleges that Randy Fisher has abandoned and deserted a*Id child. On said date, the petitioner also filed his praecipe for summon? along with supporting affidavits showing that diligent search has been made and that Randy Fisher can not be found. Randy Fisher Is further notified that unless he responds within thirty (30) days after the last publication of notice of thla action, said petition will be heard and determined by !he Court in his absence. Clerk of the Superior Court of Cass County Kelly Leeman Attorney for Petitioner 1300 East Broadway Logansporl, Indiana 46847 SHERIFF'SSALE By virtue ol a certified copy of a Decree to me directed from the Clerk of the Cass Superior Court, m a cause wherein BANG ONE, Plaintiff, and RONALD HOWARD FREEMAN AND ELIZABETH A. FREEMAN, husband and wife, Defendants, requiring me to make the sum of Nine Thousand Four Hundred Seventeen Dollars and Eighty-three Cents, with interest on Said Decree and costs, I will expose af Public Sale, to !he highest bidder, on Tuesday, the 19th day of April A.D. 1988, between the hours of 10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the office of the Sheriff of Casa County, Indiana, the Real Estate, gituate in Counly ol Casa, State of Indiana, to-wit: A part of the East half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 25 North, Range 2 East, more particularly described as follows: Beginning al the Southeast Corner of Section 33, Township 25 North, Range 2 East; thence West aiong the South line of said Section 33,141 feet to a point, thence North parallel to the East line of said Section 33, 178 'eet to a point; thence East parallel to the South line of said Section 141 feet to a, point on the East line of said Section; thence South along said East line 178 feet to the place of beginning. (More commonly known as R.R. 2, Box 149, Galveslon, Indiana) to discharge said Decree, interests and costs. Said Sale will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. Ronald W. Wooliey, Sheriff Cass Counly DanlelJ. Harrlgan Attorney for Plaintiff Daled: February 16, A.D. 1988 Mayors Get Poverty Lesson HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) - The mayors of Hammond and Gary toured the aisles of a supermarket to learn what the $66 weekly federal food stamp allowance buys for a family of four. To promote a workshop for people working with families on limited incomes, Gary Mayor Thomas Barnes and Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott arrived at the grocery Wednesday shortlybefore8a.nl. The mayors were pitted against two veteran shoppers, Gail Terry, who teaches the workshop, and Dora Zakarias, a recent workshop graduate. Market owner Frank VanTil gave the mayors a brief pep talk, then sent them down the aisles, A 15-pound sack of potatoes was selected on the first aisle. Then the shoppers went to the meat section. The women were more methodical. Ms. Terry had planned menus for the entire week and had a list of items needed and how much they should cost. She said she made a scouting expedition to the store Monday to check prices on the items. While the women went right to the items they needed, many of which were generic brands, the mayors stopped and made price comparisons on many items. When the shopping was completed, both teams came in under budget. The mayors' tab was $52.10. The women spent $51.26. Free Delivery Logansport -"••" CORRECTION' In the Start Lucky Witktnd Cwpan Ut» insert in toioy't Pharoi-Tribune th< following item ore not available/No Rginchecfci: No. 53287 VHS VCR on ptfl If, Alto thete item ore out of itock/ Rnnchecki ovwbMo: No. 5446 46" Projection TV pg. If, No. 53001 Typewriter an pg. 20, No. 17493 Router on pg. 32, No. 45831 CiWmt on pg. 31 ami No. 23005 and 26005 Paint on pa. 14. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. CARPET INVENTORY Clearance! SALE NOW IN PROGRESS 30% ..70% OIF Fabulous Savings on Roll after Roll of Famous Name Carpets! Hurry, We're Clearing It Out Fast! OVER 200 ROLLS & REMNANTS IN STOCK! Including DUPONT Certified, Stainmasters and Carpets of Anso V Worry-Free Nylon. Come in while selection is good! NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY! BRING YOUR ROOM SIZES 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH w/approved - - .. credit ' riMMECENfER Eastgate Plaza VISA* MASTERCARD* DISCOVER 753-4380 Associated Press Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott (L) and Gary Mayor Thomas Barnes go shopping SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Quitting Smoking Now Greatly Reduces Serious Risks to Your Health. Kings, 17 mg. "tar", 1.2 mg. nicotine; 100's, 17 mg. "tar", 1.3 mg. nicotine; Lights Kings • Miigs, i/ mg. lar, u mg. nicotine; lUUs, I/ mg. tar ,1.3 mg. nicotine; Ugh and 100's, 12 mg. "tar", 1.0 mg. nicotine; Menthol Kings, 18 mg. "tar", 1.2 mg. Menthol 100's, 17 mg, "tar", 1.3 mg. nicotine av. per ciqarette bv FTC method nicotine; Generic Priced Premium quality at a low, low price. New Richland 20's Also available in Regular 100's, Light Kings, Menthol Kings & 100's.* Also Available in 25's.** Richland Richland Value has its place in Richland, USA. © 1987 B&W i:,,

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