Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 31, 1961 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

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PAGE TWENTY. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PBESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31,1KL 'New Landfill Trash, Garbage Operation! The landfill method of trash . and garbage disposal goes into effect for residents of Loganspor on Jan 1, :when George Byers three year contract with the city calls for him to take over (fie work.done during the past year by .John -Madonna: and Thomas Muhn. . , , -• •' ' .-" The disposal operation is a big job for which Byers will be paid .slightly under $60,000 annually during the length of his contract A ravine-filled 50 acre area has been purchased by Byers in a r ROOFING-SIDING ROSS REID , POM OVER 2S YtARS I FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 3333 PLUMBINGiHEATING <J>/W 3658 Al<W DON SCHMIDT J018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4JS9 wooded tract along-the north side of trie Morgan Hill Road ^south' east of the city. Four large'trucks have -been purchased for. the collection of the trash and garbage and a.new garage to house the equipment has been built near the,site. A $15,000"bulldozer has been purchased, to .cover the material when it is taken to the landfill. THE OLD CITY dump will be officially dosed tonight, and- the new site will be opened-on Jan. 1. Pickups in both the -residential and business .districts will start tomorrow Byers said. THE AREA, hilly now, will bulldozer pushes dirt from ths eventually become level, as the high spots' into 'the .ravines- to cover the trash and garbage. Approximately two acres of _'-the land will be filled annually. The depth of the ravines range from 10 to 50'feet and: flyers! sale residents of Logansport will be permitted to use the landfilT without cost. Persons living -outside the city limits will be charged 50 cents per pickup truckiqad ol trash and garbage dumped into the ravines. Byers has a contract for the The new equipment, purchased gar b a ge disposal in 'Walton and at a cost of approximately $40.000, said he W ould establish other includes the bulldozer, three 12 cubic yard trucks for the .residential collections':, and'.one -large 16 cubic yard 'truck; for the downtown area. Byers said the largest truck.has a pressing- capacity of 10,000 pounds per square foot for compressing cardboard from the stores. H.R.Dietze Plumbing & Heating R«siifontia1-Comm«rciaI Industrial Nion.3409 "Yonr Private Secretary" Florence Daggy Offset Printing - Typing Mimeographing - Photo .Copy 129 Fourth St Phone 3381 routes as soon as; they could be arranged. He. will charge '$1 per month for . weekly pickups, if • a 'minimum of 200 customers .:an be established for each route anywhere in Cass county.' Byers said the trash and. garbage will be dumped into . the ravines daily and will be covered with dirt at the close of each .day. A "state law requires the" cover to be at least six inches in depth. Later a covering of from two to three feet will be placed -on the rubbish. Byers said rats will hot burrow two . feet into the earth for' anything and this depth will give assurance there will be no rats bacause of the landfill. . The landfill method does not require the garbage to be treated or cooked before being covered. Previously, when the garbage was fed to livestock, it was necessary to cook the material before feed-1 week and will be closed on Sun- ing, Byers said. I days. Eventually' a wagon or some WHILE. IT WILL not be neces-j movable equipment will be placed sary to wrap garbage after the at the entrance to .the site for the first of' theyear, it will be neces- "mvmipnM "F tons* dmmninp ma- sary to havera cover on the con- \ JERRY'S PIZZERIA will HAVE NEW YEAR'S EVE DJLIVEftY SERVICE Alt Kinds Pizza Free Delivery Delivery from 9:00 p. m. to 2:00 a. m. On any $4.00 or more—Less than $4.00, 25c fee. Combinations — % and !4 — Sandwiches — French fries — Malts —Shakes Place Your Order Early at 3/ZO For The iBest Results This is « special service for your convenience and safety- Delivery within a reasonable distance or in the city JERRY'S PIZZERIA 13th at Broadway Open 3 p. m. Man., an. 1, 1962 Dial 5926 I RCA VKTOR *;< Ulhixfpmt RCA VlCIOR w (JUhintpoot RCA VICTOR *y tUhi/iEpeot MONDAY JANUARY 1st, 1962 BE OUR GUEST Between the hours of 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. TO SEE THE * TOURNAMENT Of ROSES PARADE Color telecast starts at 11:45 a. m. IN EXCITING COLOR TV Open House We are holding Open House Monday NOT to conduct business (WE want to watch the parade, too)... .. but,-so that you can see the year's most beautiful Color TV presentations. REFRESHMENTS (Bring the family for Coffee, Cookies!) Register for FREE RCA VICTOR TV! At your Authorized RCA VICTOR Dealer MODERN PIUMWNG, HEATING, APPLIANCES, TV STORE HOURS; Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurt., Sat., 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. _Friday, ® a. m. to 9 p. m. Phone 3258 tainer; he,said. He.pointed out that if garbage is -wrapped it will prevent freezing .during the winter months and., will not attract flies and insects during the spring, summer ancTfall-.months. . The largest" amount of the.ma- terial dumped at the new landfill will be-trash,: Byers said, adding the volumn of garbage collected today is less than half of what it was ten years ago.-Thisis because of disposal units, modern packaging and the high cost of food, he | said. BYERS, WHOSE father started disposing .of the city's garbage and trash more;than 40 years ago, said the entrance to the landfill will be from the Morgan Hill Boa<3 because it is paved and free from dust. Sighs, and arrows will be installed at the intersection of Eighteenth: Street /and U..S. .35 showing the .way to the new site, A large sign will be installed at the entrance to the'old dump and will read;-"This dump closed; Take all material to the. landfill site three- quarters of a mile south of U. S. 35 on Eighteenth Street at the top of. Morgan hill Use of this dump: is punishable by a .fine of $50. for. each offense. By order of the Chief of Police Lee Morris." A LARGE tOG chain will be placed across-the entrance to the l.old city dump to prevent vehicles ' from'entering. The landfill was tiled for drainage purposes late last week and is expected to keep the ravines and gullies free'from water. The trees on the land will be cut down and. placed in the ravines along 'with the other trash and garbage collected by Byer's equipment • PICKUPS OF trash and garbage will be made Mondays through Fridays in the residential areas and Mondays through Saturdays in the business district. There will be no pickups made on Sunday. The landfill will be open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. six days per convenience of those dumping material but not wanting to drive aU •the way into the landfill. The 17-ton bulldozer to be used in covering the material that is dumped is about equal in size to the large one used on Market Street last summer, Byers said. THE ENTIRE job of disposing of the trash and garbage for the city of Logansport and from whatever, other communities to be served and placed on routes, will MONTGOMERY WARD 512 North Phone 4193 IOGANSPORT AUTO SERVICE SPECIAL Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. JiAN. 2-3-4 RIVERSIDE BATTERIES INSTALLED for os low as... WITH TRAD I Wheel Balancing .. ea. 1.40 BRAKE ADJUSTMENT DON'T TAKE CHANCES WITH BAD BRAKES OH CHANGE ..... 5 qt. 99« BRAKE RELINING & SPECIAL: Plymouth, Chevrolet GUARANTEED 25,000. MILES Rellne 4 wheels with bonded ihoei, repack front bearinai, bleed, refill matter cylinder, hy» drauRc lines.. Inspect drums. PACK FRONT WHEELS . .1.50 NewYeartEve Service Tonight Af St. James Lutheran in St. James Lutheran Church 1962 congregational officers will be installed. Church Council mem- ters include: Albert Drompp, president of the congregation; Walter Eeslihg, vice-president; Robert Wolf, recording secretary; James Heimlich, treasurer; Ferd Burgman, 1 Jrl, financial secretary; Paul Meyer, chairman of the finance board; Forest Kniesly, Herbert Frushour, and.Hal McElheny, trustees: Victor Hedde, Ernest Strauch and William Wofdtke.'elders; Fred Hauss, Paul Easterday and Robert Watkins, deacons. A New'Year's Eve service, with Holy Communion,.will.be Held at 7:30 p.m. this-evening.; "A Time to Remember", will, be-the topic of the sermon by.the pastor. Reverend Alfred' C. Gerni. be done by Byers, his son Dale, and eight other men. 'A small office building has been constructed at the landfill and a telephone has been installed for the convenience: of 'anyone wanting information about the disposa: operation after Jan. 1. Nominate Lions Club OfficersFor 1962 At Royal (enter Meet ROYAL CENTER—Nominations for 'Lions Club officers of 1962 were.announced at a dinner meeting of the club at the Methodist church.. Virgil Morland,, committee .chairman, listed them as follows: President, Tom Marshall; first vice, Jim Lutes;, second vice, Jim Barr; third vice, Harry Bridge; secretary and treasurer, James Pugh; tail twister, 'Merle Nice; lion tamer, Jim Tillett — New directors; John Hinshaw and Jim Kitchell will serve with holdover- directors Melvin Johnson and Jack Seward. Lloyd Campbell is the retiring president Mr. and Mrs. Lawson McConnell of Georgetown, HL were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank White. Mr, and Mrs. William Pherson d sons of Anderson spent the weekend with relatives. -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas and son, Ronnie, were recent Go To Work Instantly . . 60cand $1, supper 'guests 'of 'Mr. and Mrs.' John Rhody;, Mr., and Mrs/Frank Hand and daughters, Karen and Janet of Dayton, Ohio,- spent several days with Mrs. Mary .Hand and Philip. " .' -• Mrs. . Mayme Coleman spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. ' ' . . Mr. : .and .Mrs. ' Roy Beers of Baltimore : have, returned 'after •several days' visit with Mr.. and Mrs/John Zimmer. • • ? Mr.- and ' Mrs. Frank - White spent Christmas with Mr. and Mr:;. .Wilbur. Dawson and sons at Mishawakal --.'-•'•'Mr. -and Mrs, Tom Miller - and daughter of Walkerton and -Bill Card of Thanks The family of Mrs. Laura A. Mayhew wishes to' thank the many friends, neighbors and relatives for their kind expressions cf sympathy during' their bereavement. A special thanks is given to the Rev. and Mrs. 0. D. Williams and the McClosfcey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home. , • . . . —The children. Miller of North Liberty spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swisher. ' Pfc. Dan Bailey is visiting his mother, Mrs. .Marietta Thomson and family-He will return to Ft. Dix, New Jersey January 2nd. , Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to Dr. Pfuetze, the Sisters and Nursing Staff of the St. Joseph's Hospital; the personnel of the Kroeger Funeral Home, Father James Jost, the R.B.M. .employees of Logansport: and/Lancaster, Ohio, Veterans of Foreign Wars, employees of the Golden Rule and all our many relatives, friends and neighbors, for the beautitful floral offerings, kindness and sympathy, extended-to us during the illness and death of our l)eloved husband and father. Family of George F. Bridenbaugh In Memory of' our son, Fred-...Young, who went to be with the Lord. December 31,, 1946. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Young SUNDAY PAPERS CHICAGO - INDIANAPOLIS - DETROIT NEW YORK - FORT WAYNE - LOGANSPORT WE Witt GLADLY RESERVE YOUR PAPER ALSO YOUR FAVORITE MAGAZINES AND THAT DELICIOUS STOVER'S;CANDY NOTICE For Your Convenience We Open At 7 A.M. Sundays TIMBERIAKE'S GIFT SHOP 'The Stc/e of a Thousand Gifts" NEW YEAR'S NOTICE! For the convenience of dl our friends, i old and new—We will be open New Years Eve 'til 10 p. m.-iNew Year's Day All Day Monday, Jan. 1—8:30 a. m.—10 p. m. KESLING DRUGS • U. S. 24 and IWh«iafUmd Ave. Dial S524 •ff+r~r+r+~*t OPEN MONDAY NEW YEARS DAY 9:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1-2-3 100% PURE GROUND BEEF IB. FOLGERS COFFEE REG. OR DRIP GOLDEN RIPE WE ACCEPT if Payment of utility bills. if Payment of telephone bills. if Payment of gas bills. WE ISSUE if Monty-Orders if Sell Stamps •ff Cash Pay Check* WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Jefferson end Erie At IB* Street

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