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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births MEMORIAL-Born to Mr. and Mrs. Burl Fry, rural route 1, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, rural route 3, Kewanna, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. John Douglas, rural route 1, a daughter. ST. JOSEPH'S — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frazier, rural route 6, a son. • -•-• Hospital Notes MEMORIAL — Admitted: Mrs. Edith Schoenradt, rural route 2; Mrs. Ida Utterback, rural route 2, Winamac; Mrs. Pearl Kinzer, 1400 North St.; Miss Margaret Newby, 1616 Spear St.; Harry McDowell, 1414 North Third St.; Ray Downs, rural route 2. Dismissed: Miss Maria Berkshire, 812 North Third St.; Mrs. Lydia Henry, 817 Garfield Ave.; Jonathon Larson, 414, South Third St.; Master Douglas Moore, rural route 1, Flora; Mrs. Rachel Moss, 400 West Broadway; Mrs. Pauline Skelton, 3065 North Pennsylvania Ave. ST. JOSEPH'S-Admitted: Misses Sheila and Karen Gunter, 824 Wabash Ave.; Mrs. Effie Herd, Lucerne; Mrs. Lena Cunningham, Lucerne; Mrs. Mary Beckman, 1309 Erie Ave.; Mrs. Ruth Barr, 620 Twenty-second • St.; . Mrs. Frances Lehman, 219 Tanguy St.; J. V. Stout, 513 Bates St. Dismissed: Mrs. Lulu Wisely, Star City; Alva Dickson, rural route 6. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 3.C. Jimmy Barr, Airman 3.C. William Rogers, Airman 2.C. Edward Johnson, Mrs. Betty Loy, Robert Harrier, Mrs. Kathryn Nevesta, Jeffrey Perry, Miss Darrell Brown and Sean Whitehead. Dismissed: Airman l.C. Ronald Tyler, Mrs. Eunice Barr, Daniel McMefcin, Mrs. Elsie Kitchens and Mrs. Carolyn Sutton and daughter, Tammy. Births: A daughter to 1st Lt. and Mrs. Ronald Zirker and a son to S.Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Fannin. MONTICELLO Dismissals: Wednesday — Miss Connie Loy, 207 North 15th street, Elwood. Thursday—Mrs. Mary Turner, 222 East Franklin street, Delphi; Miss Brenda Boger, 1231 Indianapolis Road, Mooresville, Indiana. ROCHESTER Admissions to Woodlawn hospital Mrs. Antoinette Tursi, Culver; Mrs. Myrtle Whetstone, Mentone; John Reese, Macy, admitted and dismissed. Dismissals: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swing, Argos; Claude Hoffman, Roann; Loren Tridle. Mentone; George Snyder, 403 West Ninth; Roscoe Gamble, North Manchester; Mrs. Bessie Shelton, 1005 Franklin street; Jerry Dean Hunter, R. R. 2, Rochester. • -•-• Miss Jane McCloskey of the Logansport assembly was named grand representative of the Order of Rainbow for Girls last, weekend at its Grand Assembly at Bloomington. Rainbow officials erroneously reported it was Carol McCloskey who was appointed to the office. FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dfflman Chevrolet-Ph, 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. Building Permits City Building Commissioner John W. Anderson issued three building permits Thursday. The permits were issued to: Wayne Grandstaff. 1309 Liberty, for a back porch expected to cost $500; Mrs. Ed Wise, Royal Center Pike, floor repairs, $75; and Lucius Thommen, 514 East Roselawn, screen-in porch, $75. Jerry Widner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Widner, 414 West Linden Ave., left Indianapolis Thursday night by plane for Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., for his basic training after enlisting in the air force for four years. A graduate of Logansport high school this year, he will attend electronics school following his basic training. Circuit Court Mrs. Myra Clawson, 42B Burlington Ave., -asks $5,000 alimony and restoration of her former name, Clary, in a suit for divorce from Danny Clawson filed Friday in the Cass circuit court. The couple was married June 24, 1960, and separated June 9, this year, according to the complaint filed through Attorney Leland Smith. Mrs. Mary Ellen Hill was granted a divorce from Dale Hill by Judge Norman Kiesling in circuit court Friday. She was represented by O'Neill and O'Neill. The will of the late Louis B. dores, dated Jan. 3, 1962, was iled for probate in circuit court Friday. It leaves all of the estate, otaling $8,872.10, to the wife, feanette, who was named execu- rix. J. T. Hillis is the attorney or the estate. William A. Tucker, Jr., alias William Smith, taken to court for arraignment on a charge of forg- ng a social security recipient's name on a cheek, informed the court. he has employed Richard Ihodes as his counsel and his arraignment was postponed. City Court Frank E. James, 48, of 1816 Ro. gers St., was fined $50 and costs and his license was suspended for me year on a charge of leaving he scene of an accident. Wayne Farrier, Jr., 23, of 217 iVest Linden Ave., was fined $10 and costs on a charge of driving n an expired license. He also was fined $25 and costs on a harge of driving under the influence. His drivers license was sus- >ended for one year. Charges of driving without a rivers license against James Lews, Peru, were dismissed. The drivers license of Robert <erns, 18, of 521 West Market St., was suspended for 30 days for peeding. Elizabeth McGillis, 45, of 429 South Third St., was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to 180 Says in prison for drug addiction. Three persons were fined $5 and :osts and one was sentenced to ail for public intoxication. One man was found not guilty. William P. Hufford, son of Eveyn Hufford, 727 Parkway Drive, city, and Sherman R. Kantzer, son of Ross Kantzer, rural route 1, [\velve Mile, will become members of the Sigma Chi fraternity and charter members of its new Ipsilon Omega chapter during installation . ceremonies at Ball State Teachers College on June 17. lufford is a sophomore and Kant, zer is a senior. The two will be among 70 mem- lers of the local fraternity to be nitiated into the international social fraternity. C HRYSLER-PIYMOUTH-VAUANT Hendricfcson Motor Sales 1 , Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 BUICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport FORD-FALCON Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. 5103 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.-Ph. 946-3119 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind. RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DART Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks PONTIAC WASSON—BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 It's "TIRE-KICKIN 1 TIME" .. . time to get used car value from road to roof line! '61 Chevy 2 dr 6 cylinder '60 Corvair 4 dr 700 '59 Chevy BA 4 dr V8 '59 Ford "300" 4 dr 6 cyl. O.D. '58 Ford Cony. '57 Chevy Spt Sdn V8 Auto. '56 Chevy Cpe 6 cyl Std. '55 Buick 2 dr Spc. '56 Chevy 4 dr V8 '53 Chevy 2 dr 6 cyl std. TRUCKS '54 Ford Panel '52 Chevy Sdn Del. '48 Chevy l'/ 2 T Pltfm '49 Ford J /2 T Pkup Shop Royal Center This Week! TOM MARSHALL CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE Open 'til 10PM Late Markets Hawfcms 200 to 220 17.25 220 to 240 17.00 240 to 260 16.65 260 to 280 16.25 280 to 300 15.75 Sows 14.25 down Boars 9.00 down . Burnettsrflle Poultry Leghorns .67 Heavey Hens 17 Third Street Market Lambs 18 Beef Hides Veal Hides .OS J3 Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 18.00 190 to 220, No. 2,'No. 3 17.50 Sows 14.00 down Boars 10.00 down Kliimpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens 12 Leghorns 06 Eggs , .20 Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 10 Leghorns 06 Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens 15 COUNCIL— (Continued from Page 1) cific information on the cost and installation .of a system here at a hearing conducted by the council. Jerrold, he said, was the only one to furnish specific information. Boatman said he felt the establishment of a cable system here was in the best interests of residents. He explained that it would be an additional service, "like the telephone", which residents may subscribe to only if they wish. "I can't see anything in such a system that, would hurt the public", Boatman said. "We're after business and this is added business in Logansport in spite of what people say about it". Councilman Hunter, the only other member contacted, said he did not feel qualified to judge the merits of the cable television system but was willing to "go along with the majority" of the council members who offered the franchise to Jerrold and drew up the proposed ordinance. Mayor Neumann declined to comment on the installation of a system here and said any action on the proposal is "up to the city council. "The right to award a franchise rests with the council", he said. "It doesn't involve me." Deaths and Funerals i City, Cass County BOLINGER, RICHARD, 34, of rural route 6, Logansport. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Davis cemetery, Gail at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. BUTTS, MRS. KATHERINE, 83, of ]nS'/2 Fourth St., city. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Monday, McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday. It will be-at least a month .before any team in the Logansport Golf League will overcome the leaders in the two divisions — Champion Insurance and Sinclair Oil. It isn't the fact that the two teams have insurmountable leads, but the league is talcing a vacation until July 15 until the next round of play. Champion paces the National division with 1064 points, a comparative comfortable 16 point margin over second-place First Feder. GRUBJS, DONALD .!., 62, of- 2925 High Street Road. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Kroeger funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home. NESS, HARRY L., 51, of 534 W. Miami, city. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Ever-Rest Memorial Park. Call at the funeral home. PERDUE, DOCK C., 64, of 414 Hanna St., city. Funeral services at 1 p.m. Saturday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery, home. Call at the funeral STRAUCH, MRS. MARTHA, 81, of 1916 Otto, city. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Kroeger funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home. TIMMONS, BASH. J., 51, of rural route 6, city. Funeral services at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Fisher Funeral home, Rev. Raymond Skelton officiating. Burial in Davis cemetery. Call at the funeral home. District LILLIARD, WALTER S., 77, of 185 E. Sixth St., Peru. Funeral services'at 9 a.m. Saturday, St. Charles Catholic church, Peru. Burial in Catholic cemetery. Call at the Brookman funeral home in Peru. SMITH, ARCHIE, 68, of 580 W. Main St., Feru. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Monday, Vancil funeral home, Springfield, 111. Call at the Eikenberry funeral home after 2 p.m. Saturday. Champion, Sinclair to Hold Leads for Month TIPPEER, MRS. EMMA, 71, of 452 W. Third St., Peru. Funeral rites are pending at the Eikenberry funeral home in Peru. Vlrs. (Catherine Butts 3ies; Rites Monday Mrs. Katherine B. Butts, 83, of lOS'/fc Fourth St., widow of For•est F. Butts, died at 10:45 p.m. Thursday at the Jones Nursing fome fpllowing a lingering illness. She was born Oct. 11, 1878 in Sendallville, Ind., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Coleman. ier husband died May 14, 1954. She was a member of the Ninth Street Christian church and Fidelity Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Survivors include a daughter- in-law, Mrs. Geneva Butts, 125 Ninth St. and two brothers, James Coleman, Kendallviile and Tom Coleman, Elkhart, A son, Don, died July 2, 1946. Funeral services will be held al 10:30 a.m. Monday at the McClos. key-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home with E«v. William H. Neeriemei officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funera" home after 7 p.m. Saturday. Vida lee Keller Wins Ladies Event Vida Lee Keller won the blind throw-out tournament held Thursday at Dykeman Park. She finished with a 48 total.' Low gross honors were split between Pat Carney and Sue Camp Marge Watson took the low ne award..with a 47. Mrs. Keller' and Enid Jones were co-chairmen for the event. The next ladies' day event wil be on Tuesday, due to the fac that the Monticello Invitational is scheduled for Thursday. Rose Show To Be Featured Sunday At YWCA Annex Plans for a rose display on Sunday, June 17, were announced during the dinner meeting of the Logansport Eose society held Thursday evening at the Ben Hur with 22 members attending. The display will be held at the YWCA annex from 1 to 5 p.m. Hoses to be displayed will be received from 10 a.m. until show time. Any interested person may enter the show and can obtain 'urther information from either Tim Smith or Earl May. Following a short business meet- ng, Morris McNally showed colorful slides of prize winning roses, le also gave instructions on pre- >aring a rose for show, demonstrating the points to look for using roses which the members lad brought to the meeting. McNally said that roses • should )e cut for show in early morning while the dew is still on them. It should be about V 2 to % full iloom and the stem 12 inches or onger, according to the size of he bloom. The leaves should be clean and of good color and never wax the leaves o£ the rose to be shown for show purposes, he stated. The committee in charge included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mor- Aet and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Rochester Police eek Check Writers ROCHESTER — A couple who_ eportedly wrote eleven checks' otaling $130.22 in several Eo- hester stores after depositing $15 n the First National Bank in Ro- hester are being sought by Ro- ihester police officials. Police stated that the couple opened a joint checking account under (he names R. C. and Arthe- ene Pierce.' They told bank offi- ials that they had 'just moved to a rented house north of Rochester. Checks were written at Blume- hals Ladies Shop, Truitt Shoe Store and the A. B. Shore Clothing Co. Two checks each were written at the Kroger Store, A & y Supermarket, Gambel's Acces- tory Store and the Lauderbach jarage. Music Appreciation Is Topic of Paper At Altrusa Meeting A paper on "Music Apprecia- ion" was presented by Thelma Sines at the Thursday evening business meeting of Altrusa -club at the city building. , Faye Eiddleberger, president, conducted the session with secretary and treasurer reports being given by Avis Murphy and Margaret Smith. All committee chairmen gave their annual reports. Betty Fox was named chairman of the dinner committee for the June 28 meeting at the Captain Logan at 7 p.m. Berlin Maneuver BERLIN (UPI) - The U.S Army called out its entire Berlin force before dawn today and sen troops and armor fanning ou across the American sector o the divided, city in a combat readiness exercise. The four-hour maneuver wai designed to prepare the garrison for action at a moment's notice to meet any sudden Communis attempt to throttle West Berlin toy force. Eight Enlist in U. S. Marine Corps Eight, young men, seven from Logansport and one from Royal Center have enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps, according to the Marine Corps recruiting office. Three enlisted .on June 13 and were flown to San Diego, Calif,, to begin their recruit training. The three were James M. Carroll, 3.7, son of Mi:, and Mrs. Andrew Carroll, 115)6 Ninth St.; Patrick Eagan, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eagan, 520 Henry St., and Ronald HMcbrand, 18, son o( Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Hildebrand, 1314 Clifton Ave. They will receive 20 days leave after completing training and wil! then begin schooling in the aviation field. All are graduates of Logansport high school. Terry Devon Ranr.e. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ranee, 1420 Usher;. Robert William Howell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Howell, 1808 Woodlawn Ave.; Richard Allen Viney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Viney, 325 Michael St.,. and Ronald Kesser. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kesser, rural route 1, Royal Center, have enlisted and will leave on July 2 Cor training in San Diego. Archie E. Smith, 68, Succumbs in Peru; Final Rites Monday PERU—Archie E. Smith, 68, of 580 W. Main St., died at 9:20 p.m. Thursday at Dukes hospital following an illness of several years. He had resided in ,Pcru since 1957 and was a retired Illinois license department employe. Born in Brownslown, 111., on May 31, 1894, he was the son of Simon and Hattie (Smith) Smith. His marriage in 1915 was to Minnie Diveley. Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Stanley, Peru; a sister and three grandchildren. A son and a daughter preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Vancil funeral home in Springfield, 111. Friends may call at the Eiksn berry funeral home in Peru after 2 p.m. Saturday. I' Savings. In the American di- ision Sinclair has the same num- >er of points as Champion, but )'Andrea's Distributing is a close econd at 1056 and Coca-Cola is right behind in third with 1052. In the latest session Glen Wisler, '6m Smith and Frank Henry shared individual honors. Wisler and mith had net 63s while Henry arded the low gross with an even ar 70.- Champion took • its large lead y amassing 229 points, one of the ighest outputs of the season. AMERICAN LEAGUE Arrows, Shamrocks Take Tipwa Wins WALTON—The Arrows remained undefeated by whipping the lawks 11-1 on John Eeinke's 2-hit iitching and the Shamrocks out- lugged the Apaches 13-12 in a >air of Tipwa LLB games here 'hursday night. The Arrows were led to victory y Randy Hammond's homer, iriples by John Reinke and John Ituart. The Hawks were led by Randy Rikard. and Mike Deeter, :ach with a single. The Shamrocks clouted 13 hits, ncluding triples by Mofield and 3aker and a double by Turn- jaugh. The Apaches were led by Jryan and Price, each with a Virs. Emma Trippeer )ies; Rites Pending PERU — Mrs. Emma Trippeer, 1, of 452 W. Third St., widow of Otto P. Trippeer, died at 5:15 a.m. today at the Peru Nursing Home ollowing an illness of five years. Born in Peru Sept. 2, 1884, she ,vas the daughter, of Conrad and Augusta Hartman Starke. Her marriage was in 1905 and he died n 1948. Survivors include five daugh- ers, Mrs. G. 0. Ebert, Chicago; Jrs. Carl Neer, Kalamazoo, Mich.; 1 Mrs. Paul Strebin, Peru and Miss Bernice and Miss Elma Trippeer, both at home; a son, en, La Crescenta, Calif, and eight grandchildren. She was a member of St. John's jutheran church. Final rites are pending at the Eikenberry funeral home in Peru. GIA PLANS, PICNIC The GIA to B. of L.E. convened Thursday at Memorial Home- lor a noon covered-dish dinner, followed with the regular monthly meeting. Prizes were won by N e't t i e Boatman, Christine Buck and Minnie Swartz. It was voted to hold the annual picnic for members and their families on July 12 at 4:30 p.m. at the Riverside park pavilion. Mrs. Vivian Grow and Letha Sullivan were appointed to the entertainment committee. double. Arrows Hawks Reinke and likard and Samer. R H E Shamrocks 13 13 3 Apaches 12 fl 3 Barker and Taylor; Price and Jryan. 'follies Of 62' To Be Featured By YW Ballet Students "Follies of 1962" will be presented by the 53 students enrolled n tlie YWCA ballet classes in wo performances Saturday at the Jogansport high school auditor- un. Under'the direction of Mrs. Hob. ert Cody, instructor, the "Follies" will be staged at a matinee performance at 1:30 o'clock and in ;he evening at 7 o'clock. Students participating will be: Debbie Kinder, Susie Smith, Kathy Keirans, Karen Bressler, Teri Ann Brown, Betty Carr, Gail Lowe, Cheri Nelson, Shari Runs, Pat Shanks, Pam Dibble, Cathy Brown, Cathy Cobb, Connie Clem, Kalhy Hoff, Judi Cobb, Jan Wildman, Lori Ann Laymon, Kimberly Olson, Doris Powlen, Katie Kahle, Candy Shideler, Elvira Emerson, Kathy Young, Kathy Powell, Joyceann Delaplane, Nancy Bowman, Sheila Paul, Linda Yoder, Lynn DeWitt, Annette Carney, Betsy George, Debbie Baublit, Pam Baublit, Cindy Wiidekind. Carolyn Short, Kim Montgomery, Susie Montgomery, Clarann Petrie, Donita Finton, Jackie Shilling, Roselyn Rangel, Tina Isaacs, Toni D'Andrea, Stacy Wedekind, Mel Kuns, Paul Hipsher, George Dibble, Tom Morris John Dawson, Carol Hiinter am Carolyn Rothermel. The profit from the "Follies 11 will go into the Y.W.C.A. build ing fund. Those assisting with the balle ;;eview are: programs, Mr. anc Mrs. Lawrence Olson, Mrs. Jo •seph Keirans and Mrs. James J. Smith; costumes, Mrs. Wilbur Bressler; stage lighting and man agement, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isaacs. Mrs. Fred Kinder and Mrs Robert Wedekind are in charge o ticket sales. PALLS FROM PONY CAMDEN—Mary Susan Brown, nine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown, rural route 1, Camden, suffered a broken arm when she was thrown from • her pony Thursday afternoon. She was riding in a lot near her home when the accident occurred. Miss Brown was taken to, St. Joseph's hospital .where she will remain for several days. Peru Resident Named To State K of P Post PERU - Ernest P..Matlott, 208 E. Canal St.,. will be installet Grand Inner Guard of the Gram Lodge- Knights of Pythias of Indi ana in a ceremony to be held a Brownstowii, Ind. on Monday, Ju ly 2 at 8 p.m. J.. Herschel 'Forgey, Brownstown, will be installed Grand Chancellor at the oeremonjr. Sinclair D'Andrea Dist. Coca-Cola Ray's F & M Bank Foster's Am. Club 17 Falstaff Sterling Harris 1064 1056 1052 1033 1033 1023 1023 lOOff 100(5 997 NATIONAL LEAGUE Champion Ins. First Fed. First Nat. Kitchell Ins. Benny's T-T R Bar Pepsi-Cola WSAL 1-Hour Drewry's 1064 1048 1028 1020 1019 1011 1001 980 977 967 SOTJCB Notice Is hereby g'iven that the ?ommon Council of the Oily of •ansport, Indiana, and The Board o£ Public Works and Safey of the City oC LoB'annport, ndiana, will hold a- Joint meet- ngr in tile Council Chambers of Tha City Building-, 6th and Broadway, Logunsport, Indiana, n the 2nd day of July, 1962, at :00 P.M. (C.D.S.T.): to consider he awarding- of a franchise, •rant or contract to Jerrold llectronics Corporation for the se of! the streets and alleys of aid City In the erection, eslab- ishment and operation of a Com- uinlty Television Cable System, he terms a-nd conditions of hlch shall be as set forth as allows: ORDINANCE NO. BZ— AN ORDINANCE GRANTING- TO ,1EB.ROLD EI-ECTRON- TCS CORPORATION, QUALIFIED TO DO BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA, THE RICHT TO ERECT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE IN, UNDER, OVER, ALONG, ACROSS, AND UPON THE STREETS, LANGS, AVENUES, SIDEWALKS, ALLEYS, BRIDGE S, AND HIGHWAYS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, AND SUBSEQUENT ADDITIONS THERETO, FOR TI-IK PURPOSE OP TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION BY CABLE OF TELEVISION SIGNALS TO ENABLE SALE OF THEIR COMMUNITY TELEVISION ANTE N N A SERVICE TO T H E INHABITANTS OF SAID CITY, AND OTHER PURPOSES, FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY-FIVE (25) YJ5AKS. AND REGULATING TUB SAME. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE 3I.TY OF LOGANSPORT, 1NDT-- .NA • SECTION 1. In consideration of the faith- ul performance and observance f the conditions and reserva- lon® hereinafter specified, the ig-ht Is 'hereby granted to * • • • JERROLD ELECTRONICS CORPORATION • • • • ts successor, assigns, or deslg- JIGOB, hereinafter referred to as he Company, the right to erect, maintain, and operate closed ircuit television transmission in d distl-l'button faclJKIos, and additions thereto, tn, under, over, along", across, and upon the treats, lanes, avenues, sidewalks, alleys, bridges, and other ibllc places within the corporate limits of the City of Lo- yansport, Indiana, a.nd subsequent additions thereto, for the urpose of transmission and distribution of television and TM: radio impulses and signals and television energy in accordance with the laws and . _>?iatlons or the United States of America, and the State of Inna and the ordinances and regulations of the City of gansport, Indiana, for it period of twenty-five' (25) years, SECTION 2, Wherever used In tills ordin- R H E 11-6 1 122 Turner; Martin, womden-Flora Legion Team Wallops Delphi FLORA. — The Camden-Flora combined Jr. Legion baseball earn trounced Delphi in a scheduled game here Wednesday evening 20 to 6. The winners lashed out ten hits ncludmg a triple and single by Tim Starbuck in the first inning when nine runs clattered across he plate; two singles by Geralc iood an<3 a triple by Jim Huf- brd. Ken Lane smacked a triple r or Delphi's longest blow Summary: R H E Camden-FIora 20 10 4 Delphi .' 665 Sibray and Ehrman; Sumpter, Lane, Goyer, Popejoy and LilUe, Sumpter. Washington Tp. Tops South Caston, 4-0 TWELVE MILE— Washington Tp. baseball team defeated South iaston in a summer league game lere Thursday 4-0 as Lloyd Cabiness turned in a 1-hit pitching chore. It was the second straight win for the Hatchets in the league and the Comets second loss. Mick Owens belted a double for the Hatchets, who had a total o! eight hits. Summary; R H Washington Tp 4 8 South Caston. 0 1 Cabiness and McNuIty; Kay anc Ulerick. WIN CLOSE GAME The Logansport Old-Timers de feated the Winamac Coil Spring team in a league softball game ai Fairview park Thursday night 2-1 Harold Baker of the locals bestec Ronnie Hamman of the visitors in a pitching duel. Baker fannec nine and Hamman whiffed 5, Dale Siddall led the offense for the Old-Timers ' by swatting triple, the only extra-base blow of the game. Summary: Old Timers Winamac Coil Spring H. Baker and L. Baker, Simons; Hamman and Dague. R 2 1 3 2 LONGCL1FF WINS Logansport State Hospital soft ball club walloped Harold's Tree Trimmers of Logansport in a soft ball contest at the Longcliff fiek Thursday evening 13 to 1 as Doug Andry fanned eight batters anc turned, in a 1-hit pitching perform ance. The Hospital club got away to a big lead in the first three innings and coasted to victory. Summary: R H E 13 10 1 1 1 Longcliff Harold's TT Andry and Lake;- Holmes anc D. Wray., Friday Evening, June 15, 1962. the "word "television" Hha.1] Tnea-n a, syslom for transmission of audio signals and/or visual Image*; by means of electrical Impulses. SECTION 3. (a.) There IK hereby granted the further rlffht, privilege, and authority to the Company to ease, rent, or in any other Tianner obtain the lisa of lowers, na, lines, cables, a-nd other equipment, and facilities from without interfering with th« free us« a.nd enjoyment of lh« Company's own wires and fixtures, and the City shall hold the- Company' harmless from any and all actions, causes of action, or damage caused by Urn City «-nd pr-oxinutteiy resulting- front the placing: of the City's wires or appurtenances upon the pole* oC the Company, Proper regard shall be. given (o all existing safety rul-i'.s governing construction :nnd maintenance in effect at the time of construction. SECTION 7. The Company «hal) indemnify, protect an>:l save harmless tb« City from ,-.nd against losses and physical e n-mages to property, and bodilj injury or death In persons, including 1 payments- made tinde>- any Workmen's Compensation fjiuv, which may arlso out of or I.M caused by the erection, malir.ummeo, presence-, u«» or remova ; ol 1 said attachments on poles '"ithln the City, or by any act 3:' the Company, Its agents or timployees. The Company shall carry Insurance, to protect thn parties hereto from and agalnut all claims, demands, actions, ji|-3gments, costs, expenses, aiHl liabilities which may arise or niiiult, directly or indirectly from or by reason of su<:h. loss, Injure or damage. The a- moun-ls of such Insurance against liability di.ui to physical dnmago tn property shall not bo less than. Fifty Thousand and no/100 ($50,000.00) Dollars as to any one ac- ident anc: ;iot less than Four 1'undred Thousand and no/100 $400.000.011 Dollars aggregate n any silicic policy year; and >ga.ln*t lleLility due to bodiiy in- ury or to death of persons not ess than One Hundred Fifty houKand nnd no/100 <$1E>0,000- 00) Dollars as to any person and less 'ft in Three Hundred 'housand -l:ld no/300 (5300,000)0) Dollars as to any one accl- ent. The Company shall also :arry sucl insurance as it deem* lecossary to protect it from all. laims u:,d<!r any Workmen's* 'ompensa Ion Laws In effect that may be aipllcablo to the Compa.- ly. All i tuiurance required by his Ordiviiiicfi shall he obtained. V tho C': mpany before i-t exer- ses any ri;;'ht s -.inder this Ordi- lance and shall be and remain in till force a:id effect for the en- Ire period of thl.s- Ordinance. Said polluy 31- policies of Insur- .nr.fi or a cei-lifleti copy or copies hereof *hnjj be approved by ho Mayci of said City and then deposited w :th and kept on flln by the C.ty off lew designated by said Mayer. SJSCTTON 8. lnsta,lU:!<in<5 sliall bn maintain- J so as not to interfere with TV-Rccc.otitin already in cxls- :ence. SECTION 9. The rl.shi: given hereby shall not be a-?:sl/ftiable by tho Company vri';.i ' " sent given of tli ° ._ n giving sue!) consent *" thft Common Council may predicate conditions under which such consent may be effective; any assignment attempted by the Company in 1he absence of such consent shall bo Ineffective and the givnn hereby shall thereby be rendei Ed nnll and void. SECTION 10. The rill-In; hereby granted \n given In nor temptation of I he In- ntallatior, uf a so-called "all- Dand" a. By item capable of distribution oi' a :nlnlmum of (a)' nine (9) lelovlsion channels, (b) six (<)) -' - - ' holders oC public. franchises with in any and all Icenses, anc tiie corporate limits of the City of Logansport and to utilise and exercise such use subject to all existing a.nd future ordinances and regulations of the City. (b) The Company, wherever feasible, shall utilise already established utility poles of the City of Logansport, and shall pay a» rental per year Jn such connection at least that sum which nha.ll he determined by .be lotal of (I) a charge of Three and 20/100 ($3,26) Dollars jer pole. (c) Any pole rental agreement contemplated he.reby shall be executed by the- Board of Public Works and Safety on behalf of City of Logansport: provided, 'that no such agreement sha.ll bo executed unless an<! until the Company shFi.11 have posted with the Clerlt-TreaBurei of the said city of Lof4"anspor< j-ls bond In the penal sum of One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) Dollars, with proper surety, conditioned upon Us proper, efficient and prompt removal at. Its expense of its lines, cables other equipment from any all of the utility poles of the na,ld City of Logansport, or from any place within thn said City of Logansport, should such removal become necessary because of tlie loss by the Company of the rift-lit undei this Ordinance, or because 01 my other reason connected tierewlth. SECTION 4, (a) The Company shall lia,ve the right to erect n.nd maintain Its own poles, as may be necessary for the proper construction tnd maintenance of the television and F.M: radio distribution system, subject to supervision and control by the Board of Public Works and Safely of said city. (b) The Company's transmls- Jon and distribution system poles, wires, and appurtcnanecF «ha.ll "be located, erected and maintained so as not to endanger or Interfere with the lives or property or persons, or to interfere with new improvements this City may deem proper to make, or to unnecessarily hinder or obstruct the of the streets, alleys bridges, or other public proper removal of poles to avoid eliminate such interference will be at the Company's expense. (c) Construction and xnalnten ance of the transmission distrl bu-tlon system shall be in accordance with the- provisions o the National Electrical Safety Code, prepared by the Nationa Bureau of Standards, the National Electrical Code of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, pertinent «tate statutes and such applicable ordinance! and reffutotfonK t' ie IjOR'ansport, affecting plectrlca InBta-llatioiiH, which may be presently in effect, or changed by future- ordinances. (d) All installation,* of equipment shall be of permanent nature, durable, and installed In accordance with wood enKlneer- I-IR: practice, and of sufficient .eigrht to comply with all existing: City regulations, ordinances and state laws no aa not to Interfere In any nmnncr with the t of HIP, public or Indivldua* property owner, and shall no Interfere with the travel anc use of public n laces by the public and during: the coii- Ht met I on repair, or remova thereof, shall not obstruct 01 impede traffic. SECTION 5. Tn the maintenance and operation of Its television and FM Radio transmission and distribution system In the utrectH alleys, and other public places and In the course of any new construction or addition to itt- facilities, tho Company shal proceed so an to cause the leant possible Inconvenience 10 the R-eneral public; any opening: oi obstruction In the street.*} or other public places made by tho Company in the course of Its operations shall be guarded and protected at ai! tlme K by the 11 lace men t of adequate barriers, fenceB.i or boarding, the bounds of which, during: periods of dusk and darkness, nival 1 be clearly designated by red warn ing- lights, and shall comply with a-11 applicable rules' of said City. SECTION 6. The Company shall grant t< the City, free of expense, join use of any and *U1 poles ownei by It tor any proper munfclpa "pur-pose acceptable to the Com ipany, insofar as It may b» don- the specific con- by the Common Coun- City of Losa-nsport; - . - radio stations and (c) one- (1) hades-round music channel, and In expectation that th» JUit costu to any subscriber witb- n the <:Drjiorate limits of th« City of i: ( oi?anspot-t for tho service to i:e rendered In Its connection F^ial] nol; exceed the sum of Elghtiievi and fiO/IOO (538.50) Dollar.-: j:er Installation a.nd l.h* sum of four and 90/100 0$4.9n) Dollars as and for a monthly service charge; no increase shall made in costs without l.he consent of tho Common Coun- 3li of t-ift City of Logansport; such right Is further given In contemplation of. the installation and operation of .such system In all public: and parochial schools within tfce sa.ld City ot Logansport, wl vhcut -cost or oh«,rg-e» therefor. SECTION 11. (a) Tha iDompany, within on* hundred twenty (120) days from the date of approval hereof, shall enter npjn the performance of the task.i uBsentlal to put such service l:i operation and. within two hundred seventy (270) days from the d.-Jte of approval hereof, shall Tiav&.mch service completed and in r-ill operation; failure of compliance In either of these regards sh.ill render null and void the right liorelr' given. (b) WKh-n tl'ill-ty - fiv» CM) lays fro:n tho iate of approval hereof, tlifi Company shall post; with the Clerk-Treasurer of the City of T of: Mi sport, as a guarantee of RF- compliance in this connection. its 1 performance bond in the penr.l " ~ Thousand with good and sufficient surety thereon cundit.oned upon Its faithful -per forir.ance of the conditions imposed by this Section SiECT;:ON 12. The I-;R-|.; given hereby shall not lricli:dii any authority to " sum of Twenty-Five rjUli.OOO.OO) Dollar* in tit« ' of television or in Company 1:3 sale or .ler^ic radio receivers, (b) - pay-tele*. Islon, or (c) sell advertising-. . Tho C mipany shall nof. hn.vo the ris-h tn compel any Individual to s tb;T.ribe to Its service. flECTiiON 14. If any Edition, xentence, clause r phni ;e of tilts ordinance la for any ea.ion held Illegal, invalid, or u neons tUutional, such Invalidity 8hi;ll not affect the validity of th-R or'Sinunce; and any portions IK reof In conflict with existing- or subsequent statutes, ordlnan res or regulations ar* hereby clei>!aiv<] null and void, Dated at: 1'^osan snort, Indiana, thI 5 ir>tli day of .Tune, i:ifi2. The Common Council of Th* Cfty 03! ]jOK ILlisport. The Bf<ard of Public Work* and S-rfp.ty of Tho City of IjOgMl!!f)t>rt Attest: Rn,.pli SmK.li KOTICR TO I? I DDK UK Nolle* In hereby given by the Board o:! Commissioners of Casii County, Jr llano, that it will receive office se-i led : lie , proposals at th» ounty Auditor, in (.lie Cot; -t House, Logansport, Indiana, a: the hour or 10;00 A.M. C.l'.T. on the 2nd day of July for furnishing for t.h» third q jarter, 1962 effective July 2, 1:)G2, :!or the County Home t'.e follo'vlng: 1. 750 palionn or less pas- teurised :• omoircnized milk to be delh&nrt as needed. Bidder* to show in-lce per gallon delivered in one-half. (%) gallon cartons 3r bottles. 2. Baker/ supplies; Inoludinuf 050 or usif one- and one quarter (lli) j uulid leaves to be delivered every other day as order. BH Jo -a to ahow price pep Item de I ;v i red. 3. Fo::d and grocery *uppl!e« to be del vereil, If desired by tile Coi.;;tt.v Home, a.s ordered. 4. Inntii-itlonal and Medical ipplieii a;i neec;- • Speoiilci!.tlons tor the abov* 1 noted ! :en,» nM on the file in the offi :e >f thci Auditor. All bus are to be submitted on forn-.t prescribed by the Statu Board c I jl ccounts and are to b» accpnrp.iinl'id by tho bidders c or bid bond In the an-,Hunt oi! 10% of tho bid submitted. The t:o:u'd r<<servea the rig-lit ny and all bids. Thu foe- awarded to the most responslbl* to rejeu; bid w',1! lowest bidder. Dated n nd •hi* 7th day of Jun* Board if Commissioners of Bonrd of Commissioners oC O;is;> County .Toh i 'V, Conn, Pres. Elinor Thornas. Sec. AIl( ; n Shafer, Mem. ATTEST: Raymoi:<) E. Buckley Auditor Ciss County

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