Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 28, 1988 · Page 5
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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 28, 1988 PageS Steve Summers/Pharos-Tribune Rep. Jim Jontz (L) poses a question to a witness during a hearing this morning in Logansport. He was joined by Rep. Ed Jones (Tenn.) (C) and Rep. David Nagle (Iowa). Group Wants Enola Gay Restored INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A committee of Midwesterners wants to restore the B-29 that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, and have it displayed as a monument against nuclear war. "Our feeling is that restoring and displaying the Enola Gay will serve as a reminder that such a terrible thing should never happen again — that nuclear warfare is unthinkable," says Frank Stewart, an Indianapolis aviation buff and member of the Enola Gay Restoration Committee. "We realize there might be divided feelings on this issue, that we might run into some highly emotional opposition. We understand and appreciate those feelings. That's part of what it's all about," Stewart says. The Enola Gay is in parts in a Smithsonian Institution storehouse near Washington. Area Report Street Sweeping West Of Buriington Ave. Logansport residents who live west of Burlington Avenue on the city's south side are being asked not to park their vehicles on the street tonight. The city's street sweeper will be cleaning the streets from midnight to 7 a.m. Tuesday, weather permitting. The time period for street sweeping may be extended to Wednesday. Parents Of Cass Seniors Invited To Meeting WALTON — All parents of Lewis Cass High School seniors need to attend a meeting in the high school cafeteria at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Information will be available about the seniors' Spring Fling party. Memorial Service Held By Caston SASA A memoriaLservice for all past and future victims of drunk drivers will be held at approximately 7:30 p.m. Wednesday downtown by the Caston Students Against Substance Abuse (SASA). Mike Miller, SASA sponsor said that up to 30 students will assemble at Marsh Supermarket parking lot (14th street and Broadway) at 7 p.m. The group will head west along the sidewalk to the First National Bank plaza. Miller said that when the group reaches the bank plaza, there will be a short program about the perils of drunk driving. The students are trying to increase public awareness of deaths caused by drunk driving, Miller said. Mystery Lights Reported Associated Press Indiana State Police report numerous calls from the public regarding a fireball in the sky, which authorities belieye may have been a meteor. Residents of Kentucky, Tennessee and Ohio also reported seeing the bright, fast-moving light in the sky Sunday night. There also were reports of lights in the sky Saturday night. State police at the Putnamville post said troopers spent several hours searching for what was at first believed to be a downed airplane after receiving reports of bright lights in the sky about 9 p.m. A Founty County man told officers the light was bluish green in color. Sheriff's deputies in Grant and Huntington counties also reported sightings. Fulton St. Durable Bathroom Safety Equipment 24 Hr. Answering Service ^722-5600^ This week's FEATURE Z LADIES' 10 DIAMOND WATCH M50" with safety chain 325 E. Market Logansport (Next to Stote Theater THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ON ARTIST'S SUPPLIES 20% OFF ALL FRAMES 15% OFF ALL MAT BOARDS 15%OFFALLDECALS Good thru 4/2 HOME CENTER Logansporl's Most Complete Art Center VA Clinic Is Delayed CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) The planned June 13 opening of the Adam Benjamin Jr. Veterans Administration outpatient clinic will will come six months after the date initially targeted by the VA, officials said. Hal Rhein of Chicago's Lakeside Hospital said the new clinic is expected to receive about 42,000 patient visits a year, mainly from the 150,000 veterans in northwest Indiana who now must travel to Chicago for treatment. mmm PHAROS-TRIBUNE — rM Pt^RfJC NOTICES SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Quitting Smoking Now Greatly Reduces Serious Risks to Your Health. STATE OF INDIANA ) ' )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS SUPERIOR COURT 19D8TERM C*ux Number OW01-MC3-ES-W035 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Nolle* li hereby given (hit Barbara Hlpsher and Phyllis Williamson were, on the 7tl) d»y ol March, 19M, appointed Co-Ex«cutor> of the Unsupervlsed £<Ule ol Marguerite Julia Conrad, deceased. All persons having clalma against said estate, whether or not now due, must III* the same In said court within live (5) months from the date ol the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Loganaport, Indiana, this 7th day ol March, 1M8. Keneta Mjsall Clerk ol the Superior Court lor Caas County, Indiana DonalcfE. C.Letehl Attorney lor Estate 386 E. Jacknon, P. 0. Box 176 Galveston, Indiana 4SK3! Generic Priced Kings, 17 mg. "tar", 1.2 rng. nicotine; 100's, 17 mg. "tar", 1.3 mg. nicotine; Lights Kings and 100's, 12 mg. "tar", 1.0 mg. nicotine; Menthol Kings, 18 mg. "tar", 1.2 mg. nicotine,Menthol 100's, 17 mg. "tar", 1.3 mg. nicotine av. per cigarette by FTC method. STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS SUPERIOR COURT 19M TERM Cause Number 0*001 -M03-ES-00038 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that Frederick A. Sabatlnl wit, on the 16th day of March, 19M, appointed Administrator of trie Estate of Mary M. Leslie, deceased. All persons having claims against said estste, wheiher or not now due, must file the same In said court within five (5) months from the date ol the llrgt publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Loganaport, Indiana, this 16th day of March, 19M. Keneta Musall Clerk of the Superior Court for Caas County, Indiana Frederick A. Sabatlnl Attorney lor Estate 206 Fourth Street Logsnsport,IN*«*47 Telephone: (218) 722-3730 STATE OF INDIANA ) «S: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS SUPERIOR COURT IBM TERM Cause Number 08OOT-M03-CP-1C2 MICHAEL R.HURD and LINDA L. NURD, Plaintiffs va. THE HEIRS, KNOWN AND UNKNOWN, of George R. McWIIIIarn, of Marie Pearce, of James A Pearce, Sr., and of James A. Pearce, Jr. and the aforesaid defendants' heirs, assigns, devisees, and spouses, II any; Thomas A. Pearce; Alice Louise Pearce; James Louis Pearce; Alice Louise Pearce, guardian of Jennifer Marl* Pearce; and all persona whomsoever who might have some possible Interest In the lands described herein and against the World. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION Nolle* Is hereby given to all persons above- named as defendants, whose whereabouts are unknown and whose Identity In particular Is unknown, that the plaintiffs have filed Ihls complaint to quiet till* In Ihelr names to Lots 56, 57, and M In Broad Acres Subdivision to the Town ol Galveston, Caas County, Indiana, to which real property said defendant* may claim an Interest, Each defendant must respond to this complaint within thirty (30) days after the last notice of this action Is published, or judgment by default may be entered against him lor the relief demanded In the complaint. Kenela Musall Clerk, Cas* Superior Court Donald E. C. Leicht 3MEa*IJack*on P.O. Box17« Qalveston, Indiana 4t>32 (21«)M«-74*3 Premium quality at a low, low price. Richland Richland New Richland 20's Also available in Regular 100's, Light Kings, Menthol Kings & 100's.* Also Available in 25's.** 'Generic pnced 20s nol available in all areas 'Suggested retail pure ot Richland 2.5's is the same as inat ol regulai pnci! 2l)'s Value has its place in Richland, USA, ©198,'BMVCo

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