Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 29, 1962 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 29, 1962
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Friday Evening, June 29, 1962. Begin 'Closing 1 Of Urban Renewal Although the decision was made several weeks ago to abandon Urban Renewal in Logansport, the official closing out of the project was started only Thursday of this week. Bowling ! LOGAN BOW1MOR American League W. L. Yankees 11 1 Senators 10 2 White Sox 10 2 Angels 8 4 Red Sox 7 5 Twins 6 6 Indians 4 8 Orioles 3 9 Tigers 1 11 Athletics 0 12 High Series—B. Shaw 596, B. Behymer 565, D. Wise 563, E. Shafer 557, D. Redin 554. High Games—B. Behymer 235, B. Shaw 214-211, E. Shafer 211. SIOTICE OF (ADMINISTRATION STATE OP .INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OP' CASK ) .IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT April TKRM, 1362 iVoLlca is hereby given that MarcHe K. Price was, on the 2SUi (lay of June, 1ffG2, appointed Executrix of the Last Will n.nd Testament of Elmer C. Klm- me!, deceased. All personK having claims against said estate, whether not now due, must file the aa-me in said court within sTx f6) months from 'the date of the llrst publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barrod. Dated at Liogranspoi'.t, Indiana, this 28th day of .Time, 1962. Clarence K.. Settlemyre . Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana. Blohard A. Mnllqiiv 312 4-th Street Iwoffansport, Indiana Attorney for Estate The commissioners met with form Rinehart to start the official action. Rinehart had been named >y the commissioners to serve as he director 'of the project, Rine< lart later resigned his position 'as city engineer to join the staff of onstruction Associates July 1. THE'OFFICIAL closing action was started after the Federal government gave approval and instructed the commissioners to re- urn any unspent money supplied 'or the abandoned plan. Of the $74,000 supplied by the government, approximately $13,100 will be returned. The balance of the money, approximately $61,000 has been spent on planning phases of the project before the city council called a halt to the program. Most of the federal money, $45,000, has been paid to City Planning Associates, of Mishawaka for Manning activities. The city i; also paying the Mishawaka company $25,900 at the rale of $700 r month for services rendered. THE CITY -IS not obligated to return the money that has been spent, but no further'federal assistance will be given to Logansport in the future for any Renewa srogram unless it is paid. After the commissioners return the unspent money and supply additional information, the govern ment will send an auditor to this city for the final work of the official end of Urban Renewal here NOTICE OF- ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) iSS: COUNTY OF CASS } IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIT., TERM, :!)B2 Notice Is hereby Riven that Marie Henrietta Small "was, on 14 day of June, 1962, appointed Executrix of tha Estate of Andrew K. Small, deceased. All persons having 1 claims against said estate, whether or not now duo, must file tho same In said court within six (6) months from the date of the firsl publication of this notice- or saic claims will be forever barred. Da-ted at Logransport, Indiana, this 14 day of June, 1962. Clarence R. Sebtlemyro Clerk oC the Circuit Courl for CasB County, Indiana Attorney for Estate 7VOTICB OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) . IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL, TB.BM, 1362 Notice is hereby g'iven that W. SB WELL MUR.DOCK was, on 21«t day of .lune, 1962, appointed Executor of the Estnjte of DONALD .T. GRUBE, deceased. All persons having claims n-gainst said estate, whether not. now due. must file the same In said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Ijatert at LoKRnsport, Indiana this 21st day of June, 1962. CLARENCE R. SETTI/BMTR.E Clerk of the Olrdt.lt Court for Cass County, Indiana MILLER. TODBERT & HIRSCHAUEFl Attorney for Esta.t.e NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE ;TO ALL PEliSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF JAMES M. WINi-T In tile Circuit Court of Cass County, APRIL Term. 1962 Cause Number 15318 In the matter of the Kstate of JAMES M. WINN, deceased Notice Is hereby Klven !,ha The National Bank of Losans- port as Executor of the above named estate, ha» presented and filed its account In final settlement of saltl estate, and tha.t tho same will come up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 9th da.y July, 1962, at which time ail persons Interested In said estate are required to appear 'In said court and show cause, If any there be why said account should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others Interested are also required to appear and make proof of their nelrshlp or claim to any part of said estate. Clarence. H. Settlemyre Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana HANNA &. SMALL Attorney Arrows, Apac'hes Winners at Tipwa WALTON—The Arrows remain ed unbeaten with a 13-8 win over the Shamrocks and the Apaches trimmed the Hawks 15-7 in Tip wa LUB games here Thursday. Randy Hammond led the Arrow; with three doubles. Brad Turnei had a triple, double and single and John Reinke two doubles Dave Hinkle and Larry Turnpaugl each hit a double and single foi the Shamrocks. The Apaches were paced by Mike Stratich with a triple and single, the Hawks by Terry Trader with a single am double and Jim Martin .with a double. R H Arrows 13 10 Shanks 8 . 4 R H E Apaches 15 4 • Hawks 7 6 Prices, W. Propes and Bryan Golden, Martin, Rikard and Rik ard, Pickering. (ewanna's Garden Club Meeting K'EWANNA — • The Manitou arden Club toured the gardens f Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown, ilr. and Mrs. Ted Hunt and Mr. nd Mrs. Theodore Urbin Sunday. At the home of the Urbins light efreshments were served to about lirty-five guests. Loren Doud of Roann was the uest speaker for the occasion. The 35th annual Homecoming 'as held Sunday in the. Kewanna ihurch of Christ. Seventy-five at- ended at the carry-in, dinner at oon. The after-dinner program in luded congregational singing led y Fred Graffds. Special num- ers were given by the Hettinger rofchers of Star City, Miss Connie Ireer and Robert and Donald Voutman also gave numbers, The message was brought by lev. Howard McGinnis, pastor ol e Medaryville church, Personals Mr, and Mrs. Orrin Sliburn jvere called to Chicago due to the leath of a sister-in-law, Mrs, tlerritt Silburn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gindleber' ;er and son Donald and Miss Sandra Hart of Osceola were uests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs iuy Smith. The Eli Partridge family has eturned home from visiting with •elativ.es in Jlhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Eber am amily were Sunday dinner guests >f Mrs. Inez Kestle. Mr. Eber an( ion Larry are now spending a ew vacation days fishing in ilichigan. i Miss Marilyn McCooley has re urned home from visiting with he George Hoover family in No ilesville. The Hoovers brough ier home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dekkar arrived here Sunday from New iTexico to visit among friends Mr. Dekkar was formerly a schoo ;eacher here: SM Sgt. and Mrs. 0. A, Cook and family of Hampton Roads Va, are here visiting with he >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthu Sellers and other relatives. Th 'opks leave July 1 to spend thre years, in England. STORMS STILL LASHING DIXIE By United Press International Violent thunderstorms continuec to lash parts of the South earl today. Riaindlouds spread over th Mississippi Valley and centra •portions of the Plains, Rockie and Plateau. Nearly four inches of rai swamped Brunswick, Ga., in six-hour period during the nigh! the Wea'dher Bureau reportee heavy rain elsewhere along th« GuK coast. Evening storm doused Baton Rouge, La., wit 1.85 inches of rain in one hour Two lightning bolts struck work crew Thursday on the Mis sissippi River bank at Vidalia La., killing two men and injurn 15, Dead were Elvy Jackson, 3< and Leon Reason, 21, both o'f Na chez, Miss. KNICKS SIGN PAIR NEW YORK (UPI)—Al Butlei and Donnis Butcher have signe 1962 contracts v>ith the New Yor Knickerbockers of the Nationa Basketball Association/ Both wer rookies last season. NOTICE ... Pharos-Tribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES: HALF-PAGE ADS OR LARGER—NOON TWO DAYS BEFORE PUBLICATION All Other Ads - 36 Hours Before Publication SUNDAY DEADilNE; Quarter-poo* acl* or Neon Friday; all other ad*-5 p.m. Friday. COLOR; 4 Pays In Advance. Your cooperation 'and assistant* in adhering to these deadlines will K*b us give YOUR ad the expert workmanship it deserves. Driver Avoids Hitting Child; 2 Cars Collide Mrs. Hattie Coin, Winamac, Dies WINAMAC - Mrs. Hettie L Cain, 95, died at her residence a Star City at,7:45 p.m. Thursday Born Oct. 8, 1866, in Pulask county, she was the daughter o iVilliam and Mary Ann Cran Wentz. She was married to Wi liam E. Cain, who died July : 1932. She was a member of the Firs jhristian church of Huntington. Survivors 'are two daughter Miss Blanche R. Cain, Star City Mrs. Gladys M. Thiede, Chicago one sister, Miss Mae Wentz, Sla City; four grandchildren. Funeral services will be he at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fry an Lange funeral home in Winama The Rev. C. D. Barringer wi conduct services, assisted by th Rev. Kenneth Broad. Burial wi be in the Odd Fellows cemeter in Star City. . Friends may call at the funer; home any time. Indians, Giants, Twins in ML Wins One close game and two sided matches marked action : Minor League baseball of the sum mer recreation program Thur day. The Older Boys division prt diiced the nip and tuck battle a Tower park where the Indian edged the Cards 4-3 despite bein oulhit. Roger Wilfong and Ro Howard each hit a double for th Indians while Jim Conrad got two-bagger for the Cards: In the younger boys games th Giants thumped the Braves a Tower park 12-3 and at Fairvie the Twins turned back the Ange 7-1. The Giants were paced by Ro Peterson who smacked a horn run and Mike Drook with double. The Braves were held 1 two singles. The Twins got on three hits, two singles by Gar Newport and one by Dave Arnolt but coupled them with four erroi by the Angels and several walk to win handily. Joe Wiler got single for the Angels lone hit.. Summary: OLDER BOYS DIVISION R ' H Indians , 43 Cards 36 Dunlap and D. Wilfong; Lo and Hines. BOYS 9 AND UNDER R H Giants 12 5, Braves 3 2 Russo, Peterson and Lon Petrie; Klotz, Chatfield,. Goltr and Johnson, Elmlinger. H H Twins 7 3 Angels 1 1 Grover, Newport, Arnold an Wise, Hatter; Rothgeb, B. Sh.inn Young and J. Shinn, Baublit. EAGLES SIGN BACKS PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Ful back Ted Dean- and defensive back Glen Amerson have signed their 1962 National Football •League contracts with 'the Philadelphia Eagles. MONTICELLO — Two care cbl- ded on North Main Street'as the river of one stopped suddenly i avoid hitting a child who dart- i into the street. A car driven by Mrs. Margar;te Zootman, 64, of rural route was hit in the rear by a car riven by Dora L. Betz, 34, of West Slight : avorite in Grid Game By LEO H. PETBRSEN UPI Sports Editor BIM1ALO, N.Y. (UtPI) - The ollege stars of 1981 who hope to rash the pro ranks this Ml meet onight in the second annual All- American football game with the [est, bulwarked by a big strong ine, a slight favorite over the of- ensive-mdnded East. "We'll win," Woody Hayes -of >hio Stalte, coach o"f the under- og Bast team, predicted. He fens to featare the pro .type of jail by using defensive and offensive platoons. "We'll need them to, give us be edge," said Hayes, "because hey are bigger than we are and >rdbably tougher. We've looked ,uli in practice the last few days, iut:I still think we will win." Murray Warmafch of Minnesota, coach of the West squad, would not predict victory. The West, winner of the first jame last year, 30-20, was favored because its front wall wi't average 240 pounds against 220 for the East. Eut I think that-West line wil jive when our big backs hit it,' iayes predicted. FIGHT RESULTS NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (UPI) •Bob Fosmire, 145, East Boston Mass., outpointed Kenny Tavares 145, New Bedford (12). )enver, Colo. Mrs. Betz sustained a cut lip and here daughter jbrette, 10, received a bump on l;e head. Damage to the two cars was estimated; at $120. Court Notes A marriage lir.ense, application las been filed in the office of the bounty .Clerk -by Larry Wayne Damford, 27, Mpnticello, mechan- c, and Barbara Deloris Clear, 20, rural route 3, Monticello. A complaint for damages suit las been filed in the White County Circuit Court on a change of venue Tom Jasper County by Guy Little' lohn' vs, Ted Knorr, doing bus- ness as Rensselaer Motor Speedway and T. K. Enterprises. The complaint asks $25,000 as a result of injuries received in an alleged oleacher accident while the plain' Siff was a paid guest of the <1«? 'endant. A complaint for damages suii has been .filed in the White County Circuit: Court by Merle D. Sommers against Lillie Blanton as the result of am accident occurring on State' Road 24, east of Idaville, Monday morning. The complainl charges negligence of the defendant. The White County-Circuit Court is in vacation until the Septem her term. Driver Arrested State Trooper Earl Keller, ar rested Percy E. Duroth, 63, o Laurel Gardens, Florida on - a charge of disregarding a. slop sign after an accident occurring Tues day afternoon at the Intersection! of State Roads 18 and 53. The arrest was made, afle Duroth, driving a 1961 model ca slid through .the intersection anc hit a 19fiO two-ton truck driver by Drewes .R. Kiekstra, 34, o Grant Park, Illinois, which hat slowed down preparatory t turning into the filling station 01 the northwest corner of the ir tersection. The northbound true was knocked over on its lef side. Altrusa Installs Officers; Appoints New Committees Installation of new officers and appointment of the year's committees highlighted the Thursday evening dinner meeting of Altrusa club at the Captain Logan Hotel. Betty Fox was chairman of the evening's program. Entertainment was provided by the Barber Shop Quartet which included Ralph' Fox, Chester Berry, Harold Hizer and Bill Terry. Agnes Ritsman was installing officer for the installation of the following new officers: Thelma Deane, president; Madeline Burk, vice-president; Avis Murphy, recording secretary; Vevay Langbak, corresponding secretary; Betty Fox, treasurer; Bernice Keller, and Betty Haugh, directors. The following committees were appointed: EDITORS OF YEAH. BOOK Florence Daggy, chairman, Harriet Thompson, co-chairman, Betty Jewell, Betty Haugh, Irene Whitehead;- PARLIAMENTARIAN -Agda Rafter; CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS-=-EHen Mygrant, chairman, Vivian Shideler; CLASSIFICATION AND MEMBERSHIP—Irene Barber, chairman, Faye Riddleberger, co-chairman, Marie Fettig, Mary Jane Laird, Marie White, Mildred Myers; CALLING AND RESERVATIONS—Nona Hendricks, chairman, Jeanette Watts, co-chairman. Lee Flynn, Marie White, Alma Vesh, Norma Shinabarger, Lacy, Moon, Thelma Sines, Agda Rafter; FINANCE AND WAYS & MEANS—Alma Vesh, chairman, Marjorie Roberson, co-chairman, Betty Fox, Margaret Smith, Flora Buntain, Betty Haugh, Nancy Schmidt, Bertha Strahle. ALTRUSA INFORMATION Kate Reed, chairman, Marie Fettig, co-chairman, .Helen Blaisdell, Gevena Butts, Lee Flynn, Betty Jewell, Nona Hendricks, Bernice Keller, Mildred Myers, Reba Mills, Agnes Ritsman, Agda Rafter, lone Larson; INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS — Nora Conn, chairman, Margaret Smith, cochairman, Betty Fox, Ruth Brink, Florence Daggy, • Mildred Weymer, Vevay Langbak, Avis Murphy, Norma Shinabarger, Thelma Sines, Alma Vesh, Marie Mohlman; VOCATIONAL INFORMATION—Nancy Schmidt, chairman, Faye Riddleberger, -co-chairman, Irene Barber, Flora Buntain, Mary Jane Laird, Ellen Mygrant, Vivian Shideler, Bertha Strahle Mary K. Buchanan, Marie White Sally Martens, Madeline Burk Audrey Baurenschmidt. SHUT-INS - Sally Martens chairman, Norma Shinabargei BeLty Fox; JONES HOME FO: AGED LADIES - Hilda Burdgi chairman; EDITORS OF CHT CHAT—Agnes Ritsman, chairma Lacy Moon, Bernice Keller, Be tha Strahle, lone Larson; AR CHIVES & CHRONICLE-Gcnev Butts, chairman, Thelma Sine; co-chairman, Agda Rafter, Flo: ence Daggy, Agnes Ritsman, E len Mygrant, Faye Hiddleberger ELECTION COMMITTEE—Be tha Strahle, chairman, Florenc Daggy, Helen Blaisdell. AUDITING - Bettie Thatche chairman, Emma Wolf, Reb Mills; PUBLICITY -'. Harrie Thompson, chairman, Flora Bun tain," Agda Rafter; PROJECT COMMITTEE - Camille Parkej chairman, Madeline Burk, o chairman, Nancy Schmidt, Ka' Reed, Nora Conn, Betty Lloy Jones; CEREMONIES, 1 AND —I—Initiation of New Member Vivian Shideler, chairman, Genev Butts, co-chairman, Hilda Burdg Mildred Myers, Nora Conn, Be nice Keller; H—Installation of C ficers, Mary K. Buchanan, chai man, Geneva Butts, co-chairma Camille Parker, • Betty Lloy Jones, Nona Hendricks, Ma: Jane Laird, Ruth Brink; MUSIC— Thelma Sines, chairman, Mildre Weymer, Avis Murphy. PUBEIC AFFAIRS - Bet LloydrJones, chairman, Belt Thatcher, co-chairman, Luci] Raferty, Hilda Burdge, Bet Haugh, Camille Parker, Marjor Roberson, Harriet Thompso Jeanette Watts, Irene Whitehea Emma Wolf; FOUNDERS FUN Birthday Party, Irene Whitehea chairman, Mildred Weymer, c chairman, Kale Reed, Helen Blai dell, Margaret Smith, Ruth.Brin Mary K. 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