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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Peru Council OK's Land Annexation • PERU — A two-block area on the north side of Twelfth Street, between Grant and Fremont, has been annexed to the city of Peru through an ordinance passed by the Peru City Council Monday evening. The council also approved the transfer of $1,800 to purchase a parking meter car and to transfer $349.40 to buy clothing for police officers. . The council recommended to the board of Public Works to enter into a contract with the Tele- System Service Corp. for community, antennae television" se!r- vice. ' / ' The lengthy meeting, was fear '•.urea by discussion of the- re- St. Luke's Bible School On Monday The Daily Vacation Bible 'School at St. Luke's Lutheran church, First and Market Streets, will begin next Monday and. extend through June 22. ' Classes will be conducted from 9 to 11 a.m., Monday through Friday for boys and girls from age 3 through junior high school. • MRS. JOHN CONN will be superintendent and Mrs.' Walter Davis Jr. will supervise music and worship. Teachers are Mrs, Sam Helvie, Mrs. R. H. Fellers, Mrs. Stanley Frearson, Mis.s, Arlene Isaacs and Mrs. Gary' Walker. " Helpers are Miss Sherry Kuns, Mrs. Harry Jones, Miss Grace Stephen, Miss Sue Stephen, Mrs. Paul Homburg, and Mrs. Ronald Homburg. Pianists will be Mrs. Earl Beehler, Mrs. Dale Dillman and Miss Mary Beth Frearson. • Rev. Walter Davis Jr. is mini^ ter at the church. Children interested in enrolling may contact Mrs'. Conn and attend the first session. NOTTCK STATE OF INDIANA 1 )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) - NOTICE TO At,!: PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF FLORA BELLE LEVY, DECEASED ' In the Circuit Court oC Cass County. April Term, 19S2. " Cause Number P 59—7D " In the matter oC tho Estate of FLORA BBLLTC LEVY, deceased . Notlco is hereby given that Martin R. Levy as Administrator of the above named estate, has presented and filed his account In final settlement oC said estate, and thitt the same will dome up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, oji €he 15th day of June, 1002, at yhlch time all persons Interested Ui said estate are required to appear in said court and snow cause, 1C any there be, why salt! account should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others interested are also required to appear and make proof of their holrshlp or claim to any part of said estate. Clarence R. Settiemyra Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana filler, Tolbort & Hlrschauer / Attorney suits of a site survey for the proposed joint city-county airport. The Aviation Commission study showed six possible sites all to the north or northwest of the city. Representatives are to meet with county officials to see if they are equally interested. The council rejected an amendment to the home occupation clause in the zone ordinance, and stated the original shop ordinance should be unchanged with .the city engineer to enforce the original shop ordinance. Beauty shop owners are to get shop permits and those now'opera- ling illegally are to make'appli- cation for variance to the Zoning Board of Appeals with a 60-day period. In regard to off street parking the Council stated action would be taken to improve the parking lot at Canal and Broadway. REPORT ACCIDENTS One person was injured, and damage.done to several cars in a series of accidents Monday evening. Walter Wolf, 74, route 1, Bunker Hill, was taken to Dukes hospital with an injured left side after a crash on 218 and Strawtown Pike. Driver of the other car was 3ebty Brock, 39, of route 5. Wolf was southbound on the Pike, and stopped at 218,' and then pulled out in front, of the -westbound Srock - car. She . suffered minor injuries. Damages to the 58 Wolf car were--estimated at $225 and to the Brock car at $250. Trooper Arlen 'Good Investigated. The other two accidents occurred at Hie same spot, three hours apart. Each was a one-car crash, and both' were investigated by Deputy. Sheriff Lowell Harmon. At 4:10 p.m. James A. Mitchell, 20, of Charleston, South Carolina, skidded and lost control of his car four miles north of here on US 31. The car slid into a side ditch and the right front' wheel was broken. At 7:10 p.m. Mrs Ruby Hetzner, Mexico, driving a 61 model car, lost control at the same spot. Her car veered to the left side of the road, hitting the ditch. Damage was estimated at $800. NAME OFFICIAL Robert Thompson was named president of the Peru Community School Board at an organization meeting with Superintendent Fred BURIED 20 MINUTES—Ralph Rivera, 27, center, is pulled from mud at the bottom of an excavation by rescuers Bob Wright, left, and fireman Bruce Froude after a sewer cave-in buried Bivera 20 minutes in Los Angeles Monday. Rivera was treated at Daniel Freeman hospital for a possible fractured clavidi;" vUPI Unifax) Fechtman. Also elected were: Everett Walpe, vice -president; Albert Fishback, second vice - president; Herschel Wheeler, Peru township, secretary; Lester Stout, Erie town, ship, assistant secretary; athletic board member, Dr. Raymond Hopper. They will take office July 1st. It was indicated that the Erie school would be abandoned this fall and that students would be transferred to other schools. NOTICI5 STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASK ) NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTKRKSTKD IN THE KSTATE OF DAISY .1. B13ORET, Deceased In the Circuit Court ,o£ Cass County, April Term, 1062. Cause Number P 61—1* In tho matter of the MstsUe of Daisy J. Beurot, deceased Notice Is hereby Klyon_ : th at TH13 FAKME.RS. AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK, as Administrator, WWA, of the above named estate, has presented and (Hod its account In final settlement or said estate, and that the same "will come up for. the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 18th -cloy ot June, 1962, at which tlmo all persons Interested In said estate ftro, required to appear In said court and- show cause, 1C any there be, why said account should not be approved. And the lielrs of said decedent and all others Interested are also required -to appear and make proof of their belt-ship or claim to any t>ar.t of said estate. THE FARMERS AND MEK- CHANTS STATE BANK, Administrator. WWA. of the Estate of Daisy ,T. Beurct Personal Representative George I*. Brubalcer - Attorney NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA) COUNTY OF CASS - IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT, APRTX, TERM, 18C2. . THE NATIONAL BANK OF I..OG-ANSPORT vs JAMES L. 6MITH; RUBY li .SMITH. - Cause No. C62-1B5. * Tho palntlff, The National Bank of Ivogansport, having; filed Us complaint herein on a note ?ind to foreclose a mortsag'e on tho following described real estate- In Casg County, Indiana, to -wit: -• All that part of the East - Half of tho Northeast Quar- • tnr of Section Number • Twelve, Township' Number Twenty-six North. RanR-o Number One East, In Wash• Ing-ton Township, Cuss CouiV- ly, Indiana, described as fol-" lows,, to-wlt: Beginning at a point on tho north line of 4 .. said Northeast Quarter of .. said Section, said point beinpr - located a distance of 1155 loot v/ost of tho northeast ~ corner of said Quarter Sec• tion, and thence south, -at - right angles, 330 feet; thence *' -west, at rlg-M angles, 165 " feet; then north, at right' an'- pies, 330 feet to a poinl; on ',' tho north line of said Quar- .' ter section; thence east,' at . right angles, on and along . said north line 165 feet to 'the'-. - place of beginning, contain- : - ing 1.25 acres, more or loss, together with an affidavit that the residence of the defendant, James lj. Smith, Is unknown, and, upon diligent Inquiry, cannot be ascertained. " Now, therefore, the said de- londant, James L. Smith, Is hereby .notified that unless he ba and .appear in -the Cass Circuit Court .on tho 29 day of .June, 1 10.62, at .the Court House 'in Logansport, •Cass County, Indiana, and answer or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and detor- •mlned In his absence. • IN WJTNKSS WHEREOF, i -hereunto set rny hand and afflar •the seal of said Court this 21 flay of May, .1962. Clarence R. Sottlemyre i '• Clerk of the Cass Circuit ' Court Local Tri Kappas To Attend Session Nine active and associate members of the local Tri Kappa sorority will attend the Province 7 Convention at the Sacred Heart school in Fowler set for Thursday, June 7. Members of the active chapter planning to attend are: Mrs. Dalo Goris, president, and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, vice-president, who will serve as delegate 'and alternate; and Mrs. Ed Troy, Mrs. E. Y. Deriham, Mrs. Kenneth Kahle, Mrs. B. J. Adkins and Mrs. Ed Kinnear. From the 7 associate chapter wiH be Mrs. M. L. Butler, president, and Mrs. Forrest Heed, "Come to the Fair" is the theme, "premium", awards will be presented : for scrapebook, attendance, and arts. The "midway" attraction will be the luncheon and a program, featuring bridge and golf. There will be a delegate workshop in conjunction with the convention to be supervised by various council members and province officers. Mrs. David McConnell, of Fowler, is Province president. . . Members from- the Delphi, Monticello and Bensselaer ' chapter will also attend. Investigate Two Crashes In County Two trucks, one farm tractor and a 1962 sedan were damaged slightly , and • one motorist was charged with a-traffic violation in two accidents investigated by state police and sheriff deputies Monday afternoon. At 1:30'p.m. a 1958 farm tractor driven by Walter Landis, 18, of rural route 1, Burnettsville, and a .1958 half-top truck driven by Frank Scagnoli, 30, of 1219V& E. Market St., collided on county road 200 S, two miles west of the city near the Carl Burton rural residence, ' . OFFICERS SAID both vehicles were going east on the road, with Landis pulling a farm wagon. The officers said Scagnoli attempted to pass and as he pulled up even with the wagon, Landis attempted a left turn into a field. The left rear tractor wheel was damaged an estimated $50 while the right front and right lire of the truck were damageoV an esti mated $225.' There were 'no injuries nor arrests. Investigating officers were Stale Trooper John Gaylor and Deputy Sheriff Rex H arris. AT 8:15 p.m. a 1960 truck driven by Melvin Caldwell, 39, of rural route 1, Walton, and a 1962 sedan driven by Claude Roach, 40, of Kokomo, collided near the intersection of U. S. 35 and county road 625 E, two miles north o) Walton. Officers said Caldwell was'driv- ing south on 35 and Roach, driving north, dropped off the righi side of the highway • and contin tied for 210 feet before attempting to get back on the highway. Ii so doing, .officers said he skiddec half way around and across 35 and was hit by the Caldwel truck. DAMAGE to the truck was es timated at $400. Officers estimat ed the damage to the sedan -a $170. Roach was charged wit! lule Parochial School Bus Law Jncpnstitutional MADISON, Wis., (UPI) - Th tale Supreme Court ruled'toda hat Wisconsin's controversial pa ochial school bus law is uncon- titutional. In a 4-2 decision; the court held hat the. law. providing state aid or transportation of children to irivate . and rjarochial schools is 'in direct violation of that portion of Section 18, Article'1 of the. state . constitution which prohibits ,he expenditure of any public 'urids for the benefit of religious societies, or religious or theological seminaries." • • The majority opinion was writ- ,ew by "Justice George Currie. Justices Tom: Fairchild and E. larold Hallows dissented. The Supreme Court action 'dismissed a suit to have the law put nto effect, The law was to have ;one into effect July 1, The decision said the conslitu- lonal issue at question was in no way affected by the fact that the aw provided for transportation of >arochial school children to the nearest public school to which hey are. entitled to attend instead of their own school. New Church Of God Near Completion Work on a new church in Lo- ;ansport began Monday morning nd it is expected that the build- ng will be ready for occupancy n July. ..,..; Members of the Church tif God ire erecting the structure at the iqrtheast corner of Riverview. and Clay streets. It will replace he building on Water' Street, the 'hurch's home since it-was estab- ished here in 1946. REV, R. C. NICHOLS, pastor, aid the new church will seat 170 persons and will cost an^estimat- id §18,000. The building will stand in the site of six vacant lots and. a parking area will accommodate i5 cars. • The building'will be one story, constructed of redwood and a Jedfbrd stone front. The dimensions 'are 32x72 feet with' a wing 32x64 feet. The sanctuary will be 18x32 feet. The L wing will accommodate nine Sunday school rooms, a furnace and rest rooms. REV. NICHOLS SAID the congregation will do most, of the work on the building. Members have spent the past. few months clearing . the site of underbrush and rubbish.' The decision to build, the pastor said, was based on 'a need for more room. The congregation has 62 members and the average Sunday school attendance is 75. Plan Construction Of New Monticello Baby Falls From ' Auto, Found By Passing Motorist •ELICHART, Ind. (UPI) - Mr. Howard Crawford, Elkhart, was driving home Sunday night when a rear door on his carjflew open. His son said ithc-baby daughter had fallen out. Crawford .said the boy "was silly",, closed the door and continued home. . Carolyn Crawford,. 10 months, was crawling in the road when Donald Demske, Mishawaka, picked her up after swerving.to keep from hitting the child. Carolyn was taken to Elkhart General Hospital, where her parents found her when they discov-' ered she was not in the back seat of the car. She apparently suffered no serious injuries. SEEK RATE INCREASE • INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) '- The Richmond Waterworks petitioned the Indiana" Public Service Commission Monday for permission to increase rates and sell $4 million worth of stocks and bonds. Tuesday Evening, June 5, 1962. PLAN MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR CRASH VICTIMS ATLANTA (UPI) - Saddened friends and relatives of persons killed in the Paris plane crash Monday went quietly about arranging the personal affairs of the victims. The Atlanta Art Association which lost 121 oi its most prom!- 1 nent members in the crash which claimed 130 lives in Paris' Orly Field Sunday met in an emergency session Monday afternoon. Association Chairman James V. Carmichael announced the associ tion's firm determination to carry o: its cultural work in this South, e'rn capital. "While we lost much of our leadership in this horrible thing... a_lerrible loss. . .people we'd been depending on. . .it will be an incentive to spur on those who are left," Carmichael said. Churches began making plans for memorial services for the vic- Trustee hi Miami Township Resigns PERU—Wayiic Click resigned as trustee of .Richland Township and Miami Oijunty Commissions appointed his ivifoi Helen, to tilt his unexpired :lcrm. Click, whose term ends Dec. 31, resigned effective June 30. He was appointed as a member of the North Miami .School District for a two-year tenji effective July 1. Click has btcn a member of the school diMriet since it was eslablished sevsral years ago. Under Ihe new law, a trustee cannot serve on the school board unless he resigns a.si a trustee or he musl waive his : right to salary as a school board i member. Mrs. Click will be sworn in as trustee of Richland Township prior to June 110 but will not assume her dutiiiis until July 1.; Urns and the mi association set up ;i special fund to receive contributions for .iistablishing ft memorial (o the 'fictims. SUMMER FUN FOR SA1.E- AS LOW AS $ 40 34 A MOITH National Guard Unit MONTICELLO-Construction of | a new National Guard Armory to be. built on the west side of the present building is expected to be started by July 1. Bids are to be opened and read in the office of the Adjutant General at the Indiana State Office building in Indianapolis June 19 at 2 p.m. Facilities in the new building will include a large drill hall, administrative offices, ordnance storage, firing range, showers, lockers and a kitchen. Other improvements are also expected to be made. A. M. Strauss Associates, Inc. of Fort Wayne is the architectural designers. Open-air best seller-lowest price. 51 $1 per month r- Installment Credit WASHINGTON (UPI) - Instal- ment credit, usually a good business barometer, posted its biggest gain in two years in April—$517 millions, the. Federal Reserve Board said. Promotion ..INDIANAPOLIS OUPI) - The appointment of Eugene S. Pulliam as assistant publisher of the Indianapolis Star and the Indianapolis News in charge of .news and edi torial departments of both newspapers was announced Monday. Pulliam's father, Eugene C. ulliam, publisher of the news- apers, announced the promotion nd also that of Wendell C. Phil- ppi from assistant managing ditor to managing editor of the Smart, sparkling, 1 full of verve and spirit and lively performance. 125 HP engine. With power top standard it costs less than any other U. S. convertible—even those with manual tops. No wonder It's one of America's fastest-selling 6-cylinder convertibles. Solidly and lastingly Rambler with rattle-free Single-Unit construction. ? .•CTMBM»E»'"W «<*3*:7*i!h'« Economy King. America's lowest-priced car, The "400" versi >n with Standard transmission got most miles per gallon of any car In '62 Mobil Economy Run. EXTINGUISH BLAZE Lbgansport's Central fire station answered an alarm at 211 Park ave, 'at'3:49 p.m. Monday. They put out a fire in a 1948 model truck belonging to Cecil Nethercutt at the above .address. Damage to the battery and wiring on the truck was slight. How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your falso tcetn annoy ana om- rraaa by slipping, dropping or wob- driving to the left of the center line. Investigating officers were State Trooper Richard Keyes and Deputy Sheriff Robert, Sabatini.. The Big Difference In Srores Today Is Tho Way Pvople Ara Treated 409-41.5 E. BROADWAY Rotarians Meet LOS ANGELES (UPI) - More than 20,000 Rotary International members climaxed the first day of activities of the group's 53rd annual convention here Monday with a gala president's reception and ball. - -., Delegates from all 50 states and 64 foreign countries participated in opening day sessions that included the election of Carl P. Miller, prominent West Coast newspaperman, as president of Rotary International for 1963-64. 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The organization is controlled by a board'of directors that has been democratically elected from among its members; Its general manager and em- ployees live in the local community! and spend their pay checks with local merchants. RElMCs belong to the families they sc^ve—• they work for the good of the entire ;community. ' : REMCs are to rural people, what municipal utilities are to city people. Both an; t consumer owned and controlled. Both exist for the sole purpose of providing their coijimu- nities with dependable electric service—at the lowest practical cost. Local wealth multiplies when it is kept at home FultorHCarroll •---— White-Murnii-Cass RURAL EUC1RIC MEMBERSHIP COKPOH ATIO N

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