Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 12, 1962 · Page 7
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LOGMSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Tuesday Evening, June 12, 1962 MONTICELLO Investigate Two Vehicle Accidents MONTICELI/)—Deputy Sheriff .Herbert Clear investigated two minor accidents over the weekend in Monticello and White county. A I960 model car driven by Betty Ann Lanning, 41 ,of New Haven, lost control on the slick pavement near the Rest Park east of Reynolds on vState Road 24 and slid into the ditch. There were no injuries, and property damage was estimated at -50. Donald E. Regen, 28, of Cincinnati, Ohio, slid off the road after crossing the tracks near the Clarence Brown home on the Dennie's Corner Road, tore down the fence and a telephone guy wire. There was estimated $100 damage to the car and $60 to the fence. Kenneth Ray Holmes, pleaded guilty to two charges in City Court last Thursday. He was fined a total of $21.75 on a charge of speeding, and a total of $26.75 on a reckless driving charge. The court recommended that his driver's license be suspended for six months. Slate Police Officers Fox and Pitstick investigated and made the arrest. Police Chief Eugene Houston snA Officer. Bill Mii.sall investigated disturbances in a Monticello restaurant and city hotel over the weekend which resulted in the arrest of five Indianapolis boys on charges of disturbing th epc»ce and illegal possession of liquor. All were fined in city court. A \\fheatfield youth was placed in the While County Jail Monday morning on a charge of consuming alcoholic beverages. Deputy Sheriff Herbert Clear investigated. TIUOSDAV PHAROS TRIJUUiVB NOTICK TO TAXI'A VBB.S OK 1 A i>nrnoiVA.ii APPII.OI*IIIA.TIOI\.S Notice is hei-Bby given lo the taxpayers ot the Olvil City of the City of IiOKaiisport, Indhiim, unit Llie Common Goin:c:il of such City at n. flpoclal meeting- to be held a-t 8:00 o'clock .P.M. on June 2. r '. .1862, In the Council Chambers In the .LoBitnaport city BiilIilliiK. will consider and dK- lermlno upon the folloivliiK Hated additional appniprlaMmm which UIB proper officers or .said Oily deem necessary to meet the emergencies existinjcr within the followiiiK named Depa rtmenta of SRld City as of this time: HI5AI.TH 3-37 Supplies, Other . ...J 500.00 VAIIKS 2-2B Services, Contractual i 000.00 .1-31 Supplies, Fuel find Ic.e 150.00 Pll IIIilC IMPROVEMENT 2-2B Services, Other Contractual 750.00 SPIOCIAI, JflUtS 7-72 Eciulpniont. Oilier . 2728.88 SPKOIAI. STJU5KT 6-59 Current Charges, Tuxes 100.OH I1OAIM) OF PIJBI.IO WOHKS AM) SAKKTV 3-24 Sfii-vlnRN Contractual, Printing and Advertising- 800.00 poiiicn 2-25 Services Contractual, Kepairs 1.200,00 3-32 Supplies, Gctrase and Motor HOO.OO 2-21 Services Contractual Communication and TransportHtlon ... 120.0(1 Taxpayers appearing- at Mich meeting shall have a right to be heard on the matter. The additional appropriations as flnally determineo! upon will be referred lo the Indiana State Board of Tax Commissioners, and such Board will thereafter conduct :i further hearing- on the matter in •the office of the Auditor of Haws County, Indiana. At such Intter hearing-, taxpayers objecting- to nny of such additlon.-il appropriations may be heard. 'Imiulry ma.y be made of said Auditor respecting- the. time and date as shall be fixed by said Board for such latter hearing-Given this 4f.h day of June, 1962. Kalph G. Smith Clerk-Trenf»urer of the Clt.y nf T*og-nnsport, Indiana William E. Keller, 48 years old, was apprehended by Chief Deputy LeRoy Farney of the Sheriff's Department Monday on Walnut Street in Monticello. The warrant was issued by the Marion County Sheriff's Department char ging contempt of court. He was placed in the County Jail awaiting Mar ion County authorities. COURT NOTES Suits filed: A complaint for damages suit has been filed by Carl j. Schnepf, Jr. vs. Monon Lumber Company, Inc. and Larry Brown of Monon. The plaintiff represents himself. Rural Acceptance Corporation .vs. James E. Sigman and Donna J, Sigman, a complaint on note. Kunn and Kunz are attorneys for the plaintiff. The complaint for damages suit filed by Andrew M. Child vs. William Sylvester Starr was tried in the White Circuit Court Monday morning without the interven- tion'of a jury. The court found for the plaintiff in the amount of $13,750 plus costs 'and charges. The case was the outgrowth of an automobile accident just east of the city limits of Monticello on U.S. Road 24. Kenneth H. Sanford, defendant in a divorce complaint filed by Mary Ellen Sanford was ordered by the court to pay $50 weekly to the clerk of the court for support of plaintiff and support and maintenance of minor children, likewise to pay $100 in two installments, enabling plaintiff to prosecute her cause. MAKRIAGB LICENSES Applications for marriage licenses over the weekend in the County Clerk's office are as follows: James Keith Rhoda, 21, U.S. Army, Monticello, and Barbara Louise Wolfe; 17, students Monon. Danny David Patterson, 18, Monticello, and Peggy Lou Kiser, 18, Monticello, Gene Elwood Tackelt, 20, Monticello, and Shirley Ann Lawrie, 17, Monticello. Charles Francis Capes 19, Monticello, and Judith Kay Spear, 18, Monticello. Norman Kenneth Pearson, 22, Brook, and Jean Kaye Hendershot, 21, Wolcolt. Larry Dale Welle, 21, Reynolds and Mary Ann Smith, 20, Lafayette. Dan Milton Morehouse, 25, Mon- licello, and Lena Kthel Dubuque, 2.1, Monlicello, Daniel Lee Pnin- dexter, 21, Fowler, and Sharon Louise Keys, 18, Monticello. Melvin Dean Wood, 21, Rensselaer, and Sue Ann Johns, 18, Monon. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven '" ' '-* TARA-KITE'-Mark Block, 8, of Visla, Calif., rides a "para-kite" as his brother, Peter, len, runs behind. The device, made of surplus 28- foot parachute, is attached by a 100-foot rope to a tow car and carries the rider about 40 feet above the ground. (DPI Unifax.) SCHEDULE SERIES OF BAND CONCERTS IN KEWANNA PARK KEWANNA-Band concerts under the .direction of Charles Byfield will' be held each Wednesday evening during the summer at-the city park. ' The public is invited to attend these concerts. Class Meets The Gay Gleaners Group of the Methodist church met recently in the home of Mrs. Ralph Kreamer. Mrs. Howard Gilliland gave a lesson on Lois and Eunice from Tinre or ADMIMSTHA'IMON STATE OP INDIANA ) . )HS: COUNTS' Of CASK ) IN Tl-IK CASK CIRCUIT COURT PRIL TERM, :l«Ci Notice is hereby Kiven that Orville .Hoover was, on 15th day of May, 1HK1, appointed ArtminUtra- tor of tile lOstate of Samuel :E, Hoover, deceased. All per.souK liavlna' claim.' against Raid esta.te, whether 01 not now due, must file the anrnR In said court within -six <fi) nionllis Trom the date of the flrnl bllcutloii of tlila notice or Mtld clalm« will be forever barred. Dated at l-nji-ansport, Indiana this JSth rliiy of May, 1JI8I. ClH.rence R, Seltlemyi-e rinrk of the t^h-clllt Court Tor 1 Casjt County, Indluna O'Neill *. O'Neill I.ynn O'Neill, Attorney for K«tale AUCTION SALE In Kewanna, north end of Smith St. Moving to smaller home. FRIDAY, JUNE 15 — 12:30 p.m. Studio couch, upholstered chairs, G. E. console radio, mahogany Duncan Phyfe dining room suite, 2 rugs and pads, Il'xl2', ll'xll', coffee table, end tables, occasional table, lamps, mirrors, pictures, drapes, foot stools, dishes, etc. ANTIQUES—Oval mirror, Morris chair, pedestal, ice cream table, rockers. Kitchen cabinet, porcelain lop table, drop leaf table with 2 chairs, large picnic Coca-Cola cooler, pressure canner, stone jars', fruit jars, aird cages and stands. Gas brooder, chicken feeders, corn shelter, garden plow with attachments, tools, hand mower, wood lathe with motor. TERMS-CASH. Not responsible for accidents. BENJAMIN M. and RUBY P. WASSON Auctioneer, Burdette Garner, Now's the time to get out of the ordinary . . , and- • lnto an Oldsmobilel It's the season for values, That means it's easier than ever to step up to a dollar-saving Dynamic 88, Your Olds Quality Dealer will be happy to prove It to you . . . todayl SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLD5MOBILE QUALITY DEALER MYERS OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC, INC., BROADWAY AT THIRD Ihe book, "Women of (he Bible." Mrs, Jack Hogan gave devotions. Contest prizes were awarded to Mrs. Robert Miller, Mrs. John Agnew and Mrs. Verhn Klinefelter, Personals Mr. and Mrs. John Burch, of LOTS OF MONEY-Actress Carol Lynlcy, 2fl, is shown in Los Angeles court Monday with $17,000 in U. S. Savings Bonds after she was given control of enforced savings under terms of a court approved contract. As a minor, 20 per cent of her gross earnings from 20th Century Fox went into bonds. Her marriage to Michael Sclsman in 1960 made her legally an adult. (DPI Unifax) Denver, Colo., arrived last week to visit Gladus Wharton. Mr. and Mr.v Kenneth Cook attended a counolior training session at Battle Ground Friday evening. Earl Mollencopf and son, Don, of Detroit, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Wootington. Dr. James Hines and family of Chicago were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hines. Mrs. Lawrence Kelsay and children have arrived from Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Miller, Soulh Bend, visited Mr. and Airs. Charles Miller recenlly. BELT PROVES FATAL COWNELLSVILLE, Pa. (UPI)Paul H. Miller, 38, an electrician slipped and Ml to his denlh Monday while working on a tower near here, The coroner's office said the accident happened while Miller was adjusting his safely belt. so light, so right, andoh,so m enjoy and taste what fire-brewing does for beer flavor! Brewing over 1 direct fire creates a lighter, a smoother, a finer beer flavor. I, and Stroh's is Amerrca's only fire-brewed beer! 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