Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1962 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
Page 9
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Wednesday Evening, June 27,1962. Another Fulton School Suit Filed ROCHESTER—The fourth in a series of suits over school reorganization in Fulton county was filed Tuesday in the Fulton circuit court. The latest suit, brought by eighteen Liberty township residents and the Caston school district, asks that the township be released to Cass county for school reorganization purposes. Named as defendants in the mandate action are County Clerk Gerald Knauff and the Fulton School-Reorganization committee. The plaintiffs are James Gun. drum, Omer Hauser, .Everett Newell, Chester Williams, Betty Cameron, Forest Zartman, Ralph Swank, • Raymond Rentschler, Lawrence Rouch, Paul Eber, Lowell Hoehne, Emmett Buskirk, Bert Kent, Ralph Mullins, James Thomson, Bonnie Montgomery, Nellie Riemenschneicler and Helen King. The members of the 1 Fulton county committee include Albert - Price, Mickey Eaton, Burl Ebcr, Robert Lancaster, Clay Smith, Ernest Walters, Russell Walters, Miller Au]t and John .Davisson. The plaintiffs assert the county . clerk failed to certify a petition by.728 voters of the township for release to Cass county 'as having the required 60 per cent of the 889 registered voters of the township. .The clerk reported 91 of those who signed the petition later signed affidavits asking that their names be removed, but the suit contends their, names could not be removed after the petition was presented to the county committee. : . The petition for release was filed April 23; 1961. The. county committee subsequently refused to release the township to Cass .county. Other school litigation, pending includes a suit now in the Pulaski circuit court, brought by other Liberty township residents, asking that Liberty and the Caston school district be .included in the Fulton county school plans. , Another; now in the Grant circuit court at Marion, asks that Newcastle township be released to Kosciusko county instead of being included in the Fulton coun- ity school plan. 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