Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1962 · Page 2
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune RETAINS OTHERS Senate Okays Bill ToCutTravelTax WASHINGTON (UPD - The 'oenale Monday rushed through without dissent legislation to cut taxes on rail, bus, water and air fares beginning next Oct. 1. The same bill would retain for another year about $4 billion in federal excise taxes on telephone calls, liquor, cigarettes; beer, wine, autos and auto accessories. Most of these taxes were imposed as emergency levies dur- FIRE INJURES 2, DESTROYS MEXICO BARN PERU—Two firemen from the Mexico volunteer fire department were overcome by heat from a fire which destroyed a large modern dairy barn Saturday evening. They were James Harmon and Eichard Smith. They were treated and returned to their homes. The fire of undetermined origin, occurred on the farm of Lawrence Conner, Jr., Mexico. Destroyed were two registered calves, 6,000 bales of new alfalfa hay, a large 500-gallon dairy tank, a complete and modern line of milking equipment in addition to other farm equipment. Two adjacent sheds also were damaged. The 45 by 80 foot barn contained the milking parlor and milk house. Cause of the blaze has not been determined but it is believed that it could have been caused by spontaneous combustion from the newly stored hay. Amount of loss is not yet known. The fire was discovered by Conner and his son, Eldon, both at home. Fire departments from Twelve Mile, Peru, Denver, and Boann were called to the scene. ng the Korean War and have >een continued every year since. Final Senate action on the bill, one of the "must" measures fac- ng a midnight Saturday dead- ine, came on voice vote after several amendments calling for quickie tax cuts were rejected. The bill now goes to a conference group to work out a com- >romise between the Senate bill nd a slightly different House version. As passed by the Senate, the >ill eliminates the 10 per 'cent ederal excise tax on rail, bus and water tickets, effective Oct. . It also cuts from 10 to 5 per cent the levy on airline tickets, also on Oct. 1. . . . The House bill differs from ie Senate measure by making he cuts in rail, bus and water tax's effective July 1, but delaying he tax cut on airline tickets until Jan. 1. In all, travel taxes would be ut by about $220 million for a ull year. Not all the savings, lowever, are expected to be lassed on to travelers. Eastern railroads, hard hit fi- iancially, already have indicated ley will seek to raise fares to absorb the tax cut. Senate debate on the measure vas sparked by a round robin on be Kennedy administration's ax policies, its alleged anti-busi- ess attitude and discussion of he general state of the American iconomy. NOW YOUR KNOW The total area of the earth's oceans and seas is 139,405,122 square miles with an average depth of 12,451 feet. SUMMER'S GRASP By United Press International Indiana was firmly in the grasp if summer Monday with more hot !ry weather predicted until at east the end of the week. However, there was a chance of icattered thundershowers seen for Wednesday in the far south. Elsewhere, dry conditions will prevail. Precipitation this week will to:al no more than one-fourth to me-half inch, the five-day outlook aid, and temperatures will average 2 to 4 degrees below normal. NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM, 1952. P 62 - 105 Notice is hereby given tha,t Florence L. Castle was, on 25th day o£ June, 1062, appointed Executrix of the estate ot LJllian A. Wor.tley, deceased. ' All 'Persons having claims against 'said estate, whether or not now due.-must file the same In said'.count within six C6) .months from the date of the first •publication oC this notice or said claims will be forever, barred. . • Dated at Loeansport, Indiana, •this 25th day ot June, 1962. Clarence R. Settlemyra Clerk oC the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana, Hlllls & Hillis Attorneys for Estate* TVOTIC13 TO NON RESIDENT 'STATE OF INDIANA ) -COUNTY OP CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT -COURT, APRIL. TERM, 1062. HAROLD .T. TUBERTY, AD MTNISTRA TOR O F THE ESTATE OF FRANK "WILLIAMS, DECEASED VH. MOLLIE POWER, OTIS ALLEN WILr 'MAMS, THE DEPARTMENT OF 'PUBLIC WELFARE OF CASS 'COUNTY, INDIANA. Be it known that on the 2oth day of Juno, 1962, the above .named plaintiff has filed in the Cass Circuit Court his petition •to sell real- estate, making the above luvmed parties defendants thereto, belonging to the estate •of the decedent and described as •follows: An undivided • one-ticM Inter' eat In Lots 1 and 2 in Brum• baugh's Addition to tho Town of Young America; 'together with his, affidavit that 'the defendant hereinafter named Is not resident of -the State of Indiana, to-wlt: OTIS ALLEN WILLIAMS Said defendant Otis Allen Williams is therefore hereby notified of tho filing and pendency oC said petition and that unless lie appear and answer, or demur thereto, on tho 31st flay of Au•Kust, 1002, tho date set for hearing: thereon, In the Courthouse in the City of Logansport, Cass County, In the State of Indiana Bald -petition and tho matters and things therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined in his absence. WITNESS the Clerk and Sea of said Court this 25th day of June, 1962. Clarence R. Settlemyre Clerk Kevin P. Hooley, Attorney NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA 1 COUNTY OF CASS )'-''• NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ULYSSES -GRANT GOTSHALL deceased. • In the Circuit Court of Cass County, April Term, 1062.' Cause Number 16432 In the mat-tor of tho Estate of Ulysses, Grant GotBhall, deceased Notice is hereby given tha Walter Raymond. Qo-tshall.. as Executor of the-' above Tiamec estate, has presented and fllec ihis account in final settlemen of said estate, and that the same •will como'Up for -the examination and action of said Circuit Cour.t on the 16th day of July, 1962, a •which time all persons interest od In said estate are required t< ap-pear and make proof of the! helrship or.claim to any part o nald estate. Clarence R. Settlemyre Clerk ol the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Miller, Tolbert & Hlrschauer Attorney NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIOR STATE O* 1 INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF. CASS ) „ , _ IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM,. 1861 Notice Is hereby given that Or vllle- Hoover was, on 15tn day o May, 1961, appointed Admlnlstra tor of the Estate of Samuel E Hoover, deceased. .All persons havlnpr claim against said estate, whether o not now due, mu»t file the satm In said . court within six '5 months from tho date of the, firs publication of. this notice or 'sal< claims will bo forever barred. Dated at' Logansport, Indiana this 16th day of May, 1061. Clarence H. Settlemyre. Clerk of the' Circuit Cour for Cass . County, Indiana O'Neill & O'Neill X,ynn O'NelH, Attorney for Estate NEW AMA PRESIDENT—President-elect of the American Medical Association, Dr. George Fister, Pgden, Utah (left) and out going president, Dr. Leonard Karson, Bismarck, N. D.. shake hands at the annual convention in Chicago. <UPI Unifax.) Crash Injures Monti Youth MONTICELLO — An Airman from Monticello was reported in fair condition Monday at White County Memorial hospital after a car-motorcycle accident which occurred at 4:05 p.m. Saturday. Injured was Danny David Patterson 18, now at Bunker Hill Air Force base. The motorcycle on which he was riding was struck head-on by a car driven by David Lewis Applegate, 19, Great Lakes Naval Training center. Applegate was treated and released. Sheriff Charles G. Miller and Deputy Sheriff Herbert Clear investigated. Meets Quota Of Blood A total of 125 pints of blood were donated to the Bed Cross Blopd- mobile Monday. This met the quota for this visit, but lacked about 25 pints of meeting the yearly quota. Read the Want Ads! Former Peru Succumbs In Virginia PERU—Final rites for Mrs. Emma McSwairi, 76, formerly of 388 West Seventh St.,-will be held in Hampton, Va., at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Burial will be there. She died in a hospital in Hampton Sunday morning. She and her husband, Robert McSwain, left Peru in April to make their home in Hampton. She was a member of the First Christian church, Order of the Eastern Star and Amaranth, all of Peru. v Survivors are the husband; four daughters, Mrs. Harold Yule, Hampton; Mrs. Howard Marks of Arizona; Mrs. Kenneth Meeker, Indianapolis; and Mrs. Philip Samuels, Kokomo; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. METS RELEASE HILLMAN 'NEW YORK (UPI)-The New York Mets had an open spot on their playing roster today following the release of relief pitcher Dave Hillman. Hillman was put on waivers, and if unclaimed, will be shipped to the Mets' farm club at Syracuse. Fall Injures \Yorkman Albert W. Huffman, 42, of 2131 Jefferson St., a construction worker was taken to Memorial hospital in an ambulance at 3:15 p.m. from St. Bridget's school where he had fallen from a scaffold while at work. Hospital authorities reported his condition as satisfactory. He is suffering from back injuries and forehead lacerations due to an eight foot fall from a scaffold. He is being held for observation. C. of C. Signs Green and white directional signs pointing to the new offices of the Logansport area Chamber of Commerce were installed Monday on Market Street, Broadway and High Streets at the intersec {ions with Fifth Street. The signs are eight inches high and 40 inches long. Other signs are to be placed on, highways leading into the city, according to Douglas Nash, manager. Each year, about 500,000 persons are admitted for psychiatric treatment in mental or general hospitals. Of these at least 92,000 are admitted for the second or third time. Traffic Toll 15% Above Year Ago By United Press International Indiana's traffic deaths, which rise traditionally with the temperatures, mounted today to a point 15 per cent higher than the corresponding toll a year ago. Two overnight fatalities sent the :oll for 1962 skyrocketing to 523 compared with 455 a year ago. Harley Nickle'ss, 47, Vincennes, was killed early this morning when his car careened off Indiana 67 two miles north of Edwardsport and flipped, end over end along a railroad-track, Nickless was thrown out. The vehicle burst into flames as it hurtled down the right of way. Raymond Niday, 37, Vincennes, was pulled from the blazing wreckage by a motorist who stopped to help. Niday was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes with serious injuries. Albert McLain, Fort Wayne, was killed Monday night in a two-car collision on U.S. 30 in Fort Wayne. Cyclists Head For California ,Two more cross country bicyclists visited Logansport Monday afternoon. >'., • The 18-year-old youths from St. Clair Shores near Detroit, Mich., are pedaling to Los Angeles, Calif., where they expect, to live. One of the youths, Ron Harvey, will attend school in the western state and the other, Ron Therssen, will seek employment. The boys sleep out whenever possible and average 80 to 85 miles per day. They will be met by their parents when they arrive in California. Sunday night, Dean Millman, 13, of Sunset, Utah, stopped in Logansport enroute to Massachii' setts where he expects to visil with friends and' relatives. The chances of recover from the most serious mental crippler, schizophreniai, have jumped from 20 per cent to 70 per cent in the last 40 years. MAN. IT'S THE Hill deli ciously with Tuesday Evening, June 34^ } avings are GRADE A .PASTEURIZED HOMOGENIZED MODIFIED """"»'«- t« JOUDS NOT FAt It Keeps You Slim and Trim! N Take one glance (or two or three)".. . and.you'll know diet worries aren't fofme ... I keep slim with RAY'S TV! 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