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.PUBLIC LIBRARY •Friday Evening, June I, 1962. COMMISSIONEHS AND CIRCUIT COURT CLAIMS. J'JNE TERM, M«a The following claims • have been filed In this office and will "be presented to the Board of Commissioners of Cass County at their regular session, Monday, June 4, 1962, for payment. .Also included are those, certified by it the Judge of .the Cass Clrcu Court: y. Hall, Clk. Dep. sal'.... 275.« u V. Porter, same 250.00 M. Lybrook, same 240.00 K. Lowes, ex help-wage.. 16,00 M. Hargrove, Aud. Dep. . sal ..275 B. Yoder, same- '.. • 250 M. Loean, same -.. 240 K. Berkshire, same 215 H. Dodr, ex help wase . K. Scott, same ......... G. Isaacs, same tT. Leonard, Tr'eas. Dep. sal G. Fettle, .same '. E. Hicks, same' P. Hlneman, Clk. sal .. R. Nelson, ex help wage . A. Montgomery, same ,. M. Sparks, same -. B. Johnson, Bee. Dep. sal 275._. D. Hoffman, same 250.00 M. Bennett, ex help wage 74. E. Kiesling, Sher. Dep. aal 275.00 K. Harris, same 275."" R. Sabatinl, samo '.. 32a.-._ I>. Gordon, Clk. sal 2CO.OO M. SturBls, Emer. Dop. per 'diom ...; I"- 00 W. Hopkins, ' same 5. H. Klesling, Dep. per diem 62. R. Harris, same 62. 5.00 ,00 ,00 ,00 __ .00 107.00 107.00 112.00 2.7'o.flO 250.00 240.00 160.00 136.00 06.00 .00 .00 .00 . , C. Moss, Surv. Dop. sal T. Murphy, same ........ C. Condon, Supt. Sch. sal. V, Stafford, Co. Alt. Ofcr. .0( . 0( .0( .300.01 250.00 833. 1 M. Harmon, Clk. sal .... C. Ballard, Co. Health Ofcr sal p. Harding, Clk. sal .... F. KrelRh, Cor. Clk. per diem . • • • W. Flssei, Co. Assess. Clk. sal A. Chase, Eel Assess. DBP. sal' G. Wildman, Pros. Dep. sal • R. Palmer, Sec. sal .... J. Moore, Ct. Hsc. Cust. ^ . .00 88.7 16.00 25.0 275.0 250.0 333.33 240.0 . 200.00 100.0 125.01 125.01 125.01 167.Bl 187.51 60.0 150.01 17.1)' 17.5 240.0 ,. 100.0' 15.0 ' 15.0 15.0 15.0 , 15.0 ,. 15.0 , J!i».0 150.0 , 150.0 285.0 , 65.0 ! ibo!o , 160.0 , 80.0 , 70.0 . 40.0 , !IO.O . 200.0 . 180.0 . '200.0 , 300.0 , 50.0 . 60.0 . 100.0 W. Bowyer, same A. Leavltt, Jail Mat. sal B. Miller, Turn, sal .... W. Hopkins, samo V. Yoder, Cook sal H. -Natter, Supt. Co. Home sal R. Nutter, Mat. sal .... C. Ballard, Phys. sal M. Turnpaugh, Cook sal . G. Berpans, Nurse sal . . E. Crook, same E. Snyder, Co. Assess. Re-assess help wage .. M. Wood, same H. Cox, same • H. Harvey, same ........ •V. Ritz, same F. S-perry. same H. G-riest, samo O. Pickering, same F. Smith, same D. McNutt, same T. Morris, samo C. Brlggs, Eel Assess. Re-assess, help wag'c.. S. Gordon, same B. Baker, same P. Klumpp, same 3T. LefCort, Eel Assess, assess, help wage .... — G. James, same 3D. Drompp, same <7. Hetzner, same B. Hahn, same D. Harrell, same- B. Kellers, same A. Rlnglo, name E. Hill, same V. Huffman, same M. Wentworlh, same .... B. Barnett, samo ...' D. Arven, Vet. Ser. Ofcr. L. S lmith,"co."Att.'sai K. Wells, Bd. Revlewvper diem W. Bauer, same D. Grain. City Att. Ofcr C. Bennett, Wts. & Meas. sal .. • H. P'rushou'r, Dep. Twp. Assess, per diem Clay ., R. Sklllen, same Boone .. p. Lynas, same Jackson . 13. Cart, same Miami M. McNulty, same Wash Gen. Tel.. Clk. tel HendrlcKs Prtg.. off-, sup. C. Ballard, Ex. Incid. comm. to st. inst • Logan. Lbr., fUes & et[uip Gen. Tel., Aud. tel IBM, rep Hendrlcks PrtK'., ' ofi: sup. Troas, St. of Ind., Spr., assess, ex Gen. Tel., Treas. tel Gen. Tel.. Rec, tel Marble Hall Co., cite sup. Gen. Tel., Sher. tel ... ... R. Harris, Dep. mile per diem R. Klesllng, same . Kroeger Frl. Home, trans Mobile Radio, rep equip .. B. Leavltt, Prls. moals ... Hendrlcks Prtg.. otc sup. J. Barton Bus. Mach., same • > • Tire Ser., gar & mot, rop, fras Dillman Chev,, same Gulf Oil, same Shell Oil,- same Standard Oil, same Gerber Mfg., unit 25.1 Hermans, amm, fusees, etc 1.4 C. Murphy, Surv. trans, post, oth op ex C. Mo.ss, trans Gen. Tel., Surv. tel Chas. BruniliK' Co., rep . .. Mound City Whse., rep & oth op ex Hendricks 'Prtg., ofc sup . J. Barton Bus. Mach., same Marbaugh Eng., same & oth op ex Gen. Tel.; Bd. Ed. tel F. Stafford, Co. Alt. Ofcr travel • • C. Ballard, Health OCcr, ofc sup D. Winter. Cor. mile .... C. Gatximos. oth op ex ... Gen. Tel., Co. Assess, tol.. G. Latz. Eel Assess, mile Hondricks Prig., oth ofc Partrltlga'Flr'.'c'ov., turn, lib",8 L. Wltaaman, Pros. med exam Gen. Tel., tel St. John Bus. Mach., trims ft ofc sup Hendricks Prtg., ofc sup.., E. Palmer, same Barnett & Patlon, libr. .. Bancroft-Whitney, samo.. Lofran Munlc. Util., Ct. Hse, elec. wtr, sew . E. TJuddleston, rep bldg & struc T,ogan. Lbr.. same- N. Tnd. Public'Ser.. B'as .. Malbens, hshld Flanecln Hdwe.. same ... Gen. Tel.. Jail tel Logan. Munlc. Utll., eloc, wtr, se\v T7. Ind. Public Ser., fiftvs . . Benson, rep bldp: K. struc Davids Hdwe., clg & hshlrl Mlzan Prod., same Reliable Exter.. same .... J. King, hosp £ mod .... C. Ballard, same >» Drs. Cobb & Gatzlmos, snme ;..;..'... Memorial Hosp., same Walgrcen Drp.. name .... • Mnlhenn, Idy &. dry cle .. R. Turnpangh, Co. Home', ser contr Oen. Tel., tel Kalns, trans Logan. Munlc. Utll.. elec. D. Conn, rep bidg & struc A. Huffman, same .•. Sherwln-Wms., same ..-• K. Davids, same & inBt & livest ;... ShaW's, rep eciulp , Baker Spec., same Excel Ante, same Jackson-Kltchel, same ... Colonial Bak., food Mer-Delfl, same Hills G-roc., samo ....... Forgeys Dairy,'same .... Stony Pike Mkt., same , Food Marketff., same & inst .- Boltei Superette, same ... 17. Kings Hatch., food, food.. 53. Twelve Mil* Skelgas, fuel 48. T. Brlggrs, gar & mot .•,.. 1. •Tucker Oil, same ....... -60. «T. Na/zerlne, same ..: 28. • 144.0 594.0 '250.0 300.0 500.0 500.0 300.0 400.0 16,: . S.f lain 3 272.0 2.6 11. IS. 3 Si).3 32.7 62.0 62.6 5.0 113.! iii!o 6.1 3.0 57.6 50.9 1118.9 S7.8 Sfi.S 26.5 16.0 74.9 3.6 IS. 9 50. [ 11.8 21. »"•' 194J IS. .:"•: Sol). 1-» 3. 40. 7. 47. 8. 30. , ». . 17fi. 2. i-4, 15. ES'. 40. ' 18. 24. 20. 4. 12. 8. 2fl. 3. 1.7. 71. 4. 133. 47. intons, inst 21.42 Izan Prod., same ; 8.00 Adamski, inst & med . 2.00 eliable Exter., same 65.00, agner & Surendorf, lust 6.60 usjahna, same & med ... 7.50 ogan. Kiev. N., feed ... 21.60 onrads Home, seed 11.50 J. Olsen Co.. bids & fixed equip 15.56 .' Gobi, Co. Assess. Re-assess ex 40.00 erd Seeder, repay surplus tax 143.28 etropolitan PL, Co. plan. & -ton.', Comm. ...1250.00 . Cart, ;Assess. Sch 11.40 . Thompson, same ..... 9.30 . Grain, City Att. Ofcr. travel 2'4.96 ogan. Press., Comm. adv. 88.08 haros Trib., same 88.08 oyal Center Rec., same. 76.18 alveston Leader, same . 73.00 . Bennett, Wts. & Meas. en. Toi.', 'v's't.' SeV. '6fcr 'ex. . Arvcn, same Ofi'an. Munlc. Utll., Ch'ild. Home ex Ity Ins., ins , 87.36 lars-Roebuck, Civil Dot. ex ', 172.07 Chapman, sold bur ... 8.00 Harrison, same .... Fisher, same I. Gable, same , Conn, 4-H trips & awards ene Byron Hosp., TB orad N. Ball, Hist. Soc. Don. . . jazi.. Munlc. Utll., same Ind. Public Ser., same. Teth & Hoth, .same Whites Ind. Manual Lab. InKt.,'e-x inmates st insfc '. Weida, TB cattle test . , Closson, .same . Thomas, same .'. j. Dill. Bruc. cattle teat . '. Weaver, ditch rep. ... j. Hopper, same ampsel & Son, same- .... D. NefC, tile rep . Plperiger, same • . lOB'an- Mtl. Culv., same .. '.. Mussetman, same',...,' 1. English, same Teas. Howard Co., Change Yen i 72.00 B. McDonald, exam, rec . 119.2f L Bailey, Per Diem sp judge ; Gen. Tel...Judge tel t. John Bus. Mach., ofc sup .' lenclrlcks Prtg., same ... R. Skelton, Prob. Ofcr., It'uvel - s larts Cafe, jurors meals. . Rafterty, Wei. Dlr. sal 450.01 '. Flnney, Vis. sal 305.01 ^t. Gordon, same 275.Of H. Kalb, Cllt. sal ?. Cusler, same ff. Dutchcss, Bd. Mem. per diem V..' Moran, sa.me T.. RitK, same .Irs. R. Schmidt, same ... Gen. Tel., Wei. tel i. Kafferty, post ........ C. Glister, travel • .• Finney, same R. Gordon, sam& •{. Kalb, same j. Rafforty, same Hendrlcks Prtff., ofo sup. Jas. Rlley Hosp., crip child pi & hosp comm .... E. Henriott, ADC oust incllv . Klelnman, same ... ^. Laymon, same .... M. Zeldcr, same Cnss Co. Child. Home, ADC cust Inst 2-16.0 W. Dean, same ., Sn.O ,f. Ross, same 40.0 /I. Bulrner, Reel.". Dep. sal 210.0 S. Campbell, Elec. Cler. help-Prim, wage 3. Maxwoll, Name .... McKalg. same ...... Andrea, same , M. Thomas, same {. Lowes, same C. Sottlemyre, Elec. ' post, travel, sup ..... L,o&?an. Press, Ady 47.a ^haros-Trlb.. same 47.9 Floyal Center Rec., same. • 62.R FhinoKln Hdw., sup .... ,!)-7 David's, same 9.1 Clintons, same 3.7 J. Barton Bus. Mach., Regis slip 32.0 a. anney Co., Elec. sup ... 2.6 Hondricks Prtg., samo & »tn. & prtg . 13.2 I. Kraay, High. Super, sal 358.3 D. Lake, Asst. Super, sal. 3,13.3 C. Hnley, Clk. sal 250.0 C. Walker, ex help wage. 37.5 E. Allen, Hourly Wkman wage 273.0 H. Barnard, samo T. Barrett, same 264.0 T. Bird, same 262.5 L. Blrnell, same 303.4 M. Boehme, .iamb 263.2 H. Cobec, same 252.0 N. DeWItt, same 31.0.S W. Froy, same 304.S Gilbert, name 245.2 I. Haley, same 120.7 C. Hall, samo 312.6 F. Haydon, same 28a.f T. Helm's, same 200.2 C. Ingram, same 252. T. Kochel, same ... J. Morgan, same .. D. Powlcn, same .. D. Renner, same . . . W. Renner, same .. T. Roblsori, .same .. H. Seybold, same , . A. Shotip, same ... J. Slssrtn, same ... T. Skilcs, same . — R, Stubor, .same ... J. Sturdivant. samo Button, same . ._. R. Swanson, same . Walton, same 39.15 26.49 24.96 •61.97 . 100.00 . 200.00 . 100.00 .4000.00 872.00 100.00 14,9f 28.65 80.00 30.00 11.00 14.50 36.60 7.00 45.00 30.00 60.00 12G.OO 134.40 4.4~ • 36.00 20.0C 43.00 20.35 30.S(T 77.51 3.1.00 T'B.Of 255.0 285.00 10.01 10.01 10.01 10.01 21.4: E2.0i ]0.2i 27.R 21.9 1.5 21.9 25.0 430.5' 30.0 186.0 186.0 122.0 72.0 64.0 64.0 24.0 168.0 ir.2.o IB.2 420 Fatalities By United Press International Two deaths Thursday night, the rst fatal accidents in the state ince before the Memorial Day oliday, .raised Indiana's 1962 high- r ay toll to at least 420 compared 'ith.380 at this time last year. 133.7 252 27 n! 103. 263.2 252. 252. 301.7 285. ( .'110.2 263. 252.0 108.0 3011. 273.0 1.81.5 115.r 177.1 84.0 274.n 285. 133. 33.0 J. Galloway, name .... A, t>umm, same L. MHHOH, same O. Mays, same ........ K. Phillips, Jr., same .. Sec, same P, Stuart, same T. Yawte, same . .' Sen. Tel., Tlitfh. inl .... UOKIUI. Mimic. 1JL11., C]RC:, wLrj BOW N. Ind. Public Ser., gas. Cummins' Diesel, vep .. Caibson (^o., same ' HarriH Glass, same .... Tnd. Equip., same ..... Julian Auto Jfllec., wamo .Lofran. Auto Pts., .same Mlllor Mach., same Mohllo Radio, samo .... Ottlnjycr Mach.. same .. ,T. "Patarson, same .... StafiSH Oon. Tire, name P. Stuart, same WSK same Excel Auto PU., samo Riii- mot pow Jackson-Kitchel, rep & Irka • Lopan. Mtl. Culv., rep.'rent ociuip, tile & sewer pipe paint it ren bridges ...2076.9 Motor Fuel Tax Dlv,, sar, fi2,i 83.1 ifi.r G().!l 5.8 2,13,2 1 !' r siisii f5i2,r Sfi.: ]h!n 5.7 <;o.< • 65.1 ..... 1360. 261.1 5!>2.f 29.!) . 103. r . 4112.' .6097.181. 3. 11. m ot. po w Ohio Oil, same , ,. Rltsman Oil, «ame .... Sinclair Kef., sama ..., Tire Ser., same , Wol f Coal, same Hendrlcks Prtu'., ofc sur> Cn.Hs Co. Slotici, Htnne . TOnpr. Asphalt, bltum ... Stndeba.1(er Const., sn-me. Uller-y Hdwe., hdwe oth than' tools -, Hal nh David, sm tools & hdw oth than tools .... Planeg'in, Htlw.', same , . . Assoc. Slffn & Post, 'fenco posts i 137.' Hoddo Ready Mixed, cement & lime ^11.' "WolC Const., rep bridges . 787.' ISiU&lhnrner Trac., i baclthoc ., Gfififi. Gen.-KlQC., radio unit. ... S7fi, Hall Slffn & Post, am tools GO. 1 Wortman Wcldj?., sm tools , 25fi. Underwood Corn.; prtk cal.510. 1 R. Howflll, ditch alloc ...4350. C. Murphy, same S3. C. .Moss, same , R, Cook,' same H. TJlerick, same Hcdcie Ready Mix, same Tjucorne Supp.. same..... Tvog'an. Mtl. Ciilv., same. 1D4. R.. Kmerson, same 180. I, Raymond TQ. Becldey, Aud tor of Gas's County, Tndiana, c hereby certify that the above a true and • complete - list claims filed to be presented tbe Board of Commissioners' Cass County, Indiana,' at the regular meeting: Monday, Tune 1983. Also included are tho certified by the Judge oC tl Cass Circuit Court for paymen Raymond E. Bockley ^Auditor Cass County, Indian 19.: Read the Want Ads ible School Set t Burnettsville BURNETTSVILLE .-r. Members the Burnettsville Christian urch have 'completed plans for two-week Vacation Bible School dm June, 11 through June.22. asses will b'e held from 9 a.mi itil 11 a.m. each day. Rest periods, recreation,, handi- aft 'classes and refreshments ill be provided each day. The hool will enroll children from »e three through the tenth grade school,. . The theme of .this year's school "My Bible and I." Lessons will e the same in each class, but ill be graded, according to 'Varius age levels. Court Rules in Liability Case INDIANAPOLIS (UPT) — The Indiana Appellate /Court; .ruled Thursday "that an auto agency and its insurance company were not liable in a /traffic accident involving a car already:sold 'but,, still bearing'dealer's license'plates: The car had been sold % the- Enyeart Chevrolet Co., Michigan City, three- months before the 1952 accident. When the firm tried to recover its plates: after the .sale and give a certificate of ttitle. to the buyer, he could not be. found. ' The case \vas appealed from the LaForte''Superior Court which 'had ruled against ihe RoyaPIndemnity Insurance Co. and ordered it to ailing Talmage 6-2082. A closing program to .demon- rate their woric and to honor .udents will be. held on Jiu.e t 7:30 p.m. Children may be registered by pay damages^ 'Norman Shue who — •- • • -•— was hurt in a crash involving -the car. .... The ' appellate. court.. held that failure to comply fully with the NOTICE TATE OF INDIANA ). ,. • )SS: OUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE • TO ALti PERSONS NTBRBSTEb IN T.HE ESTATE >F FLOSSIE RHODES, DECEASED' ' ' . . - . . In the Circuit- Court of Cass ounty, APRIL Term, 1S62 Cause Number P 81—45 In the matter of the Estate of 'L.OSSIE RHODES, deceased Notice Is hsreby .given that lOIiLiIE O. FA.NSLBR as Exe'cu- :'lx. of the above named estate, as presented and filed her ,ac- ount in final settlement of said state, -and that the same will ome up for the examination and ctlon of said Circuit Court, on he 26th day ot .Tune, 1062, ,at vhlcii time all persons interested n said estate are reciuired to Ftp- iear in 1 said court and ahow auao, If any there be, why said .ccount flhould not be approved. i.nd the heirs of said decedent and all others interested are also oqulred to appear and make irooE of their heirship or claim o any part of said estate. CLARENCE R. SETTL'EMYRTC Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana CHARLES K. MICHAEL Attorney title conveyance law "does affect transfer of ownefshjp. not The certificate of-title is not of itself proof of ownership or legal title to the venide,"".JUdge Walter Myers wrote. REHIRES AUDITOR WASHINGTON (UPI) - Government officials said today that Jerry M, Jackis, ,a former P-S.' foreign aid auditor who protested the mingling of. U,S. and Communist aid in •Cambodia, has. been rehired by the Agency for International Development as an administrative assistant. NOTTCB OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA) )SS; COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COtlB-T APRIL, TERM, 1982 Notice- i» hereby given that Theda G. Leffel was, on 15m day of May, 1962, appointed Ad- ministratrix with the Will Annexed of Clystle .M. Weiss, deceased. , , All persons liavlnK claims aeralnst said estate, -whether or not now due, must file tho. same In said court within six (B) _... . . months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Loga-nsport, Indiana, this 15th day of May, 1SB2. Clarence R. Ssttlemyro Clerk of the Circuit Court for Caas County, Indiana Miller, Tolbert &, Hirschauer Attorney for Estate fOTlCra Of ADMINISTRATION IN RB: Estate of Walter herson Deceased. E. NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL PBHSONS INTERESTED IN THH ESTATE In ths Circuit Court of Casa County, Indiana Notice Is hereby given that Jo- jeph W. Johnson was on the 15th day of May, 1962 appointed administrator of the estate of Waler B. Pherson, deceased. AH persons having claims Against said estate, whether or not now due, must file th& same n said court within six months rom the' date of -the first publication of this notice or said 2laims.will lie barred. Dated at Logansport, Indiana, .his 15th day of May, 1DG2. Clarence R. 3ettlemyre for Cass County, Indiana krarshall, HilHs. Hlllls & Button 120 Union Bank Bids'. Cokomo, Ind. OF RUSSELL D. PIERCE State Lists Paroles •'-•.-... \. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-A man convicted -for a 1958 slaying is one of 50 Indiana Reformatory" inmates approved for parole, in ac : tion announced Thursday by the Department of Correction. He<is Thomas W. Barter, Kokomo, who was convicted on a manslaughter charge,in the:death in 1958 of Austin O'Neal during a fight that broke" out at a drinking Party.. .. . Wiliiam ' §now, .a Ball State Teachers. College student who admitted two-foreakins and was sentenced from Delaware County in I960 to 1-10 yearsj is-scheduled to get another; ; chance at freedom, Jewell Stogsdill, wlio was caugh' trying, to break, into a safe at'ithe First Chrstian Church in Bloomington in 1959, also was approvec for parole, as was James Edleman,.Indianapolis, who was sen tenced in 1960 for a Camfoy pos office'break-in. Helmut Riddle, who admittet that he left some stolen checks on the seat of his car when he called state police and asked them to 1 help • him .fix a, flat' tire, was anothed -inmate scheduled.for re lease next month. He was serving a 1-10 year term from Huntington CSunty. Others paroled, the county from which sentenced, the year and the crime, are: George Worl, Wayne, '1956, rob bery; Charles Belong,' Harrison 1957, vehicle taking; Robert Le Bowman, DeKaft, 1958, granc larceny; Ronald W. Ernspiger •Putnam, 1958, escape; Fred R DeCloedt, St. Joseph, 1958, bur glary; Kenneth Elliott, Monroe 1958, grand larceny and safe bur glary; Homer Eggers,. Marion Challenge INDIANAPOLIS Central College has been offered $250,000 gift by an anonymous lonor on the condition a 'matching um is raised by next Christmas. The prospective donor stipulated he gift' should be applied to con- .tfuction of a fine'arts center on fie campus, according to Dr. I. ,ynd Esdv president of the school, although the matching sum may be used any way the college sees fit. 1058, burglary. Lester Tompkins, Union, 1958 Cans ADVUnTISEMEN'r FOR BlllS Notice is hereby Klven that sealed proposals will bo received at the office of the Clerk-Treas- irer of the City of Logansporl, -ndiuniL In the Log'ansport City Building:, by the Board of Public Works and Safety of said City until 8:30 o'clock A.M. Centra' Daylight Saving 1 Time on tho 13th day oC Juno, 11162, at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for throe [3) four-door sedan automo'biles !or use by the Police Department of said City, each of which motor vehicles will be, equipped, supplied or furnished as follows: 1. Unity spotlight with rear vision adjustable mirror on oack of light. 2.'Directional signals. 3. Forty (-10) amp generator, icavy duty. 4. Hoavy duty battery, with lea't shield. 5. Electric windshield wipers, variable speed. 6. V-8 motor. . 7. 250 H. P. or more. 8. Four (4) barrel carburetor, twin exhaust. I). Oil Filter full flow. 10. Automatic transmission. 1,1. Fresh air heater and defroster. 12. Two (2) sets of seat belts r front scats. Hi. ]5 Inch Uros and wheels. 14. Filter filtration at gas ,ank JUid carburetor. 15. Kpai'e wheel arid tire. 11!. Vinyl or plastic upholstery. 17. Power brakes. 18. Heavy duty : front a.nd rear spring's arid stabilizer bar. ]|l. Solid color. 20. Undercoat. 21. Kasy eye windshield. such • automobiles to lie lettered according' to Police Department eciuiremonip, and specifications. Each proposal submitted shall In the Circuit Court of County, APRIL Term, 1962 Co-use Number P 61 — 28 In tho matter of the Estate of RUSSELL D. PIERCE, deceased Notice is hereby given that FRIEDA M. PIERCE as EXECUTRIX of the above named estate, has presented and filed her account in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court. on tho 14th day of June, 1082, 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 bo approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others interested are also required to appear and make prooC of their helrshlp or claim to any part of said estate. CLARENCE H. SETTLEMYRB Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana O'NEILL' &. O'NEILL Attorney grand larceny; Ted Trout, Parke 1959, ' grand larceny; Marcu Terry, Scott, 1959, burglary; Don aid Burris, Hancoefc, 1959, chec fraud; Alvin Keener, Monroe 1959, burglary; William Miller, St Joseph, 1959, burglary; Denni Sykes Lawrence, 1959, burglary Sameul Dixon, Vanderburgh, 195 forger; Jackie Williams, Knox 1959, conspiracy to commit a but Twelve Mile Church Units Plan Events jlary; Garry Simpson, Johnson, 1960, burglary; Morris Mann, Wayne, 1960, burglary. William Murray, Tipion, I960, allure to provide; Carl Burton, Hendricks, I960,' grand larceny; Mchard Nicholson, Lawrence, 'allure to provide; Archie Taf- inger, Bartholomew, 1960, petit arceny; Norman Robinson, DeKalb, 1960, burglary; Bert Gibson, Clark, 1960, burglary. Harold Rodgers, Vigo, 1960, bur- jlary; Donald Chndwick, St.. Joseph, 1960, burglary; Percy Flem ing, Lake,-I960, burglary; James Buchannan, Madison,. 1960, burglary; ' Donald Kristler, Greene, I960,, burglary; Beverly Waide, Vanderburgh, 1960, burglary; Arthur Scott, Lake, 1960, burglary; Clifford Bingham, Lawrence, 1961, petit larceny. , Robert Wilson, Grant, 1961, vehicle taking; Robert Doran, Vermillion, 1961. grand larceny; -Robert Huff, Vanderburgh, 1961, vehicle taking; Leander Garter, Marshall 1961, entering to commit a felony; Arthur Minto, Jr., Shelby, 1961, petit larceny; Obie Davis, White, 1961, vehicle taking; Larry Jones jDelaware, .1961, entering to com mit a .felony. Donald ' Modesitt, Clay, 1961 forgery; Willard Spencer, Hunting ton, 1961, conspiracy to commi' check forgery; Ralph Ge'tz, Dear born, 1961, failure to provide; Paul Burton, Monroe, 1961, failure to provide; Thomas Dukes, Clin ton, 1961, burglary, and Bert Gibbons, Lake, 1961, forgery. UNBEATEN AT SARATOGA SARATOGA, N. Y. (UPD-War Admiral, son of Man 0* War and Triple Crown winner in 1937, nev er lost-a race at Saratoga, win ning all four starts in major stakes races here in 1938. TWELVE MILE—Skinner Ladies iid will meet Thursday, June 7 :t the church. They will clean.the hurch. Corinth Woman's Missionary So- iety will meet Wednesday eve- jingi June' 6 at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Larkin Beech• and Mrs. -Merrill Staller. E, U. B. Church Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon, June 7 at the church. Hostesses will be Miss Bachel Bell and Mrs. Madys Adkins. Mrs. Alma Hoover, will ;ive devotions. Secret pals will be Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven wealed opened. and chapel offerings Sunday evening, June 3 will be he last Sunday evening worship service at the EUB church for .he summer months. BIBLE SCHOOL Community Bible School will continue through June 8. Opening enrollment including teachers and lelpers on Monday morning was 108. Mrs. Janet Rockey is dean. 3ach child is being assessed 25 cents to help pay. for supplies and missionary offering will be taken on Thursday, June 7. The school is being sponsored by the E. U. B., Corinth Brethren, Skinner' Christian/ Hoover Methodist and the Bethlehem Methodist churches and is held at the school building. LIONESS TO MEET Lioness will meet at Memorial Hall, Tuesday evening, June 5 at 7:45 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Byron Babb. Moss and Mrs. Pauline PERSONALS Willing Workers Home Demonstration Club met Monday eve ning at the home of Mrs. Don Bookwalter. The lesson "Herbi> and Spices" was given by Mrs Bookwalter and Mrs. Linda Dillman. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Roger Cress and the hour of meeting will be 8 p.m during the summer. Mrs. Cress gave devotions. A possible project for the Lions July 4th program was discussed and Mrs. Linda Dillman was selected as the group's queen candidate. Mrs Bookwalter gave the history o tho song of the month and lee singing. Mrs. Roger Swanson was n charge in the absence of the resident. The Rev. and Mrs. James Rhine ittended the- annual North Indi- ma Methodist Conference at Rich, mond: The Rhines have been re- ippointed pastor of .the Mexico md Bethlehem Methodist church- is. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoover lave a new son born May 22 at iVoodlawn Hospital, Rochester. Ronnie Grable, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grable, received a and injury in a motorcycle acci- ,ent Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Crownover, Monoe and Ernest Champ were Sunday guests of the Rev. and Mrs, G. B. Hanna and Mary. James Black. Washington, D.C. spent the weekend with Mrs. Pearl Cime and John. Miss -Mona Huch- nson was also a guest. Claude Kime returned to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Friday. He is in room South 123. ; Mr. and Mrs. Rex B'. Grant are moving from Chicago to 68 Ransom, N. S., Park Place Bldg. Apt. iOl, Grand Rapids, Mich. Robert •lileman is spending a few days with them to'help with the mov- ng. The Grants are leaving the student pastorate here to go to rand Rapids where they have enrolled hi school. Monday evening guests of the Rev. and Mrs. James Rhine were the Rev. and Mrs. Don Preston, new pastor at the Greensfork Methodist Church. Recent guests of Mrs. Pearl Kime and John were Miss Mona Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kingery, Peru and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kingery and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Leffel were graduated from North Handles- weekend. Mr. and ter college over the Those attending were Mrs. Fred Leffel and Phyllis, Peru; Mr. and Mrs. John Leffel, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Bender, Columbia City; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leffel. They also were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Freed of Nor.th Manchester. Read the Want Ads! NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) COUNTY OP CASS )SS: ) specify trade-in allowance for each of the following' listed vehicles: (a) 1961 Plymouth four-door Sudan, Identification No. 391117878(1; and (b) 1961 Plymouth four-door s e d a. n; Identification No. 3111.11.78880; and (c) 1360 Oldsmoblle four-, door sedan, Identification No. 607M508B6; -p no IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM, 1062 Notice is hereby given that O. R,-PICKERING-was, on 16th day • • " Execu- JOSIE of May, 1962, appointed tor of the ''Estate of SANDS, deceased. All persons havlnp claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will ba forever barred. Dated at Logansport, -Tndiana, this 16th day of May, 1062. - Clarence Sottlemyro Clerk of the Circuit Court for (Jass County, Indiana Hlllls & Hlllls Attorney for Estate prcHently being' n^ed by Police Department, each the of which shall .constitutp part payment for such new vehicles to be purchased and shall be ac-. cepted by the successful bidder i siu;h. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified, check or, bid bond, in tin amount equal to at leas-t ten per cent (10%) of the /total bid, evidencing the good faith, of the 'bidder and his promise that his bid will not be withdrawn for a period ot thirty (30) 'days after Ita submission and that be will enter Into a contract with , aaid City on the .basis of Ills bid within live (6) days after he has been notified of its acceptance. All proposals must be submitted, on forms prescribed by the Indiana Sta-lie Boa-rd of Accounts, complete with tile non- collusion affidavit reciuired by statute. Each .proposal .shall clearly in-' dicate whether the bidder Is an individual, partnership or corporation and any signature thereto must be supplemented with the name ot . the signer typed below it capacity, .of the, stated. Each proposal closed In a sealed envelope which shall be property marked and addressed. T-he Board of Public Worlts and Safety expressly: reserves the right, to reject and or all bids and to '.waive any informality in bidding'. , •'--'. CITY- OF LOGANSl'ORT, INDIANA By and through Its Board of Public Works and Safety Attest: Rrflph G. Smith, " . > Clerk-Treasurer of the City of Logansport, Indiana • 25-1 . and - with the signer 'clearly shall be NOTICI5 OT 1 SHERIFF'S-SAI/E OH 1 IlXlAIi TCSTATK STATE OP INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF .CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM, 1962 No.. C 61—81 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPORT, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA VS. CHARLES G. FAIRMAN • and GLENELDWIN PAIRMAN, BT AIi By virtue oC a certified copy of a decree,- to me directed from the Clerk's 'Office of the Caas Circuit Court, Cass County, Indiana, in a cause wherein The National Bank of Logansport, Lo- gnnsport, Indiana, is plaintiff, and Charles <3. Falrman and Gieneldwin Fairman et al, are defendants, requiring me to make the sum of Twenty-Two Thousand, Six Hundred Fifty-six and 47/100 (122,858.47) Dollars as to principal, Four Thousand Nine Hundred Six and 52/100' ($4,006- Interest, and One Dollars as Thousand to -Four Hundred EiK'hty-flve and 00/100 :<»1,«6.0'0). Dollars attorney's fees for a total of Twenty-Nino Thousand Forty-Seven and 99/100 ((29,047.99) Dollars with interest at Eight (8%) per oen-t per 1 , annum from May 12, .1001, for a, judgment in favor of Maryland Casualty. Company in the sum of One,Hundred Thirty-eight Thousand One Hundred Seventy-four and 16/100 ({138,174.16) and Four Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty ($4,780.00) for attorney's fees with interest from. May 12, 1,961, at Eight (8%), per cent per annum,-and for a judgment in favor of Aetna Casualty and Surety Company in th« sum of Thirty Two Thousand One Hundred Nine and 77/100 "($32,109.7.7) fl-nd One Thousand Five Hundred Sixty and 00/100 ff 1,860.00) for at- torneys'foes with Interest from May~ 3.2, 1961 at eift'ht percent (8%) per annum, and costs, ;I will expose at public sale' to the highest bidder, .on Friday, the 29th day of June, A.D., 1962, between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock. P.M., Daylight Saving lime, of said day,, at the door of the. Court House of said Cass - County, Indiana, ' the fee simple and rhe-.whole body of the following described Raal Estate, Situate 'In Cass County, Indiana, together with the rents, issues, income and profits.thereof, or so much as necessary to /satisfy such Judgment,! interest aha Boosts: j • Lot'Number Forty-two :.(42) i 1 in Hamilton and Taber'a' Ad- i dltlon to the City otLosansr; § ort.' " '. ' * ' - * aid sale-will be:made>without any relief whatever Irom valuation or appraisement laws. ' ,-, Dated at Loaransport, Indiana, this 23rd day-of May, 1 1962.. i, 1 " . : Bernard D. Xieavitt Sheriff, Cas»-County,- Indiana E-24, 6-31, 6-7 HOUSE SUNDAY, JUNE 3rd - 1:00 to 5:00 P. M. Seethe HOUSE of the Year! Over 1600 Square Feet of Floor Space Plus GARAGE $ 13,000 on your own lot This spacious bi-level home is not a pre-fab. Nineteenth Street. See it Sunday—Located at 1007 Also new home at 3213 Summit Drive can be seen .by appointment. R. L. Steinberger, Builder 2100 George St. LJ Phone 3546 Logansport

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