Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 19, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 19, 1962
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rwelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune RUSK TO SEEK MORE AID FROM W. EUROPEANS PARIS (UPI)' - Secretary of State Dean Rusk set out today w try to settle the nuclear argument within the NATO alliance and get Western Europe'to share more of America's foreign aid burden to underdeveloped countries. . Rusk arranged to confer immediately after his arrival here with Foreign Minister Maurice. Couve de Murviile before a conference this evening with President Charles de Gaulle. Before leaving Washington shortly after midnight Rusk said the current ferment in the Atlantic alliance stemmed not from, basic disagreements but lively examination reflected "a in all direc- new steps NATO tions" of the must take. "There are no cracks in the basement of this solid and great edifice of the Atlantic community," he said. "What we are talking about is how to add another story on this great structure." Rusk listed three items as subu- jects for immediate attention: —Enlargement of the European Common Market by the addition of Britain. —(Development of nuclear strategy with NATO. —Relations of NATO powers to the world's underdeveloped tions. NOTICE OB" ADHIIMSTIIA.TION STATE OP INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OP CAES ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM, 1961 Notice Is hereby given that Orvllle Hoover -was, on 15th day of May, 1961, appointed Administrator of the Estate of Sarauol B. Hoover, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not no.w due, must file tho same in said court within six (6) months from the flato of the first publicatldn of this notice or said claims will, bo forever barred. Dated at Logansport, Indiana, this 15th day of May, 1061. Clarence R. Settlemyre Cleric of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana O'Neill & O'Neill Lynn O'Neill, Attorney for Estate- NOTICE STATE OS 1 INDIANA) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO AIYL. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE SURVIVING PARTNERSHIP OP HENRY C. WOLF & W. DWIGHT HARKIN.,. In the Circuit Court of #ass County, April Term, 1962 Cause Number P 61—83 In the matter of the Surviving Partnership Wolf & Harldn Notice is hereby given that Henry O. Wolf as Surviving- Partner of the above named estate, lias presented and filed his account in final settlement of said trust, and that the same will como up for tho examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 2nd day of July, 1002, at which time all persons Interested !n said estate are reciuired to appear in said court and show cause, if any there be, why said account shoilld not be approved. And all interested are also required to appear and make proof of their claim to any part of said surviving partnership. Clarence R. 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C&JRo-WayDoor Sales & Service 1026 Vine 614 W. Mrkt. J. R. iGUIMMINGS NewPrincipal At Carroll High School FLOBA—Robert C. Egly, principal of Jackson township school at Koanoke in Huntington county, has accepted the principalship of Carroll High School and will assume his duties Aug. 1. Egly will replace Kenneth Cooke, who resigned to go to Northwestern Junior High School in Howard county. He is a graduate of Ball State Teachers College and.has had 21 years of teaching experience. He went to Roanoke from Farmland where he was 1 principal six years. He was a veteran of the Korean conflict. He taught one year at Onward before serving in the U.S. Army. Mr. and Mrs. Egly 'are the parents of three children. Pastor Resigns Rev. Dolar Ritchey, pastor of the Bachelor Run and Lower Deer Creek Churches of the Brethren, las resigned-to accept the pas-, torate of the Pleasant Valley church near Decatur on Sept. 1. Club To Meet The Kill Rare Club will meet Wednesday for the June breakfast in the home of Mrs. ; Lawrence Wagoner, Teacher Resigns Frank DeBruicJcer,.'coach' and athletic director 'at the Carroll High School the past year, has resigned to .'accept a position at Woodview Junior ' High School near Indianapolis! Personals Ronnie Brower, of Washington, D. C., was called home by the illness of his father, Dale Brower. Mr. Brower is a patient at Memorial hospital, Logansport. : Read the Want Ads! Tipron Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. Called meeting Wednesday, June 20th, at 7:00 p.m., to confer tlie Master Mason degree. All Master Masons welcome. MISTER BREGER Local Student Attends DePauw Science Institute Miss.'Mary Vesh, 1227 North Third Si, is one ot 36 junior and senior high school girls attending the fourth annual Junior Engineers' and Scientists' Summer Institute at DePauw university. The institute, which will continue ;hrough. June 30, ;is sponsored by Midwestern business and industrial firms and "Scientists of Tomorrow," a non-profit organization in Portland, Ore. The two-week program is de- signed'to give .the students a sampling' of science and,, engineering courses. Included in the curriculum are courses in architecture, botany • bacteriology, chemistry, engineering, geology, home economics, : mathematics, medical services, physics and zoology. "Computer repair service—?" Death Sentence Upheld by Court INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana Supreme Court Monday upheld the death sentence of Edgar Hatfield, Elkhart, in a 4-1 ruling. Hatfield, 29, was . convicted by an Elkhart County jury and 1 sentenced to die in the electric chair for the ; slaying of his 17-year-old wife, Jane. •Hatfield's attorneys based their appeal on a contention that one of the jurors was guilty of .misconduct in that he took tranquilizing drugs throughout the trial and on an allegation that a photograph of the dead woman was prejudicial. ' . . ' Tragedy on Lake CHESTERTON, Ind, (UPI)-A motorboat missing since Sunday night when it apparently'ran out of fuel drifted • ashore at Dunes Acres early today with a teen-age girl aboard. The body of her com. panion was found on a beach not far -away; . • — ' ' Nancy. Hill, 19, .Gary, went to a 'nearby cabin, whose occupant notified, authorities. Police then found the body of Theodore Hoffschneider, 35, , Gary, near the .Dunes State Park Pavilion. Miss Hill said Hoffschneider attempted to swim ashore for help when, the boat's engine failed, but he went under and she never saw him again. 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