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Rz Lojansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Copt. Barton Will Retire INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Capt. John f. Barton will retire as head of the Indiana State Police investigation division Aug. 15 after 22 years o£ service with the department. Supt. Harold Zeis announced Barton's plans today and said retirement was approved "with great regret." Zeis said Barton asked for retirement to take an executive position in a manufacturing company operated by a former Purdue University classmate. Barton said his decision was "a NOTICK TO 11IDDKKS The underHiKned board will, until the hour of 7:00 P.M. o'clock (DST.I on 'the 15th day r/t July, iar,7, at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, . 630 ICa.st Brojidway, Logansport, Indiana, receive wealed proposals Cor fur- nlnhin^ to the School City, in accordance with specification on file In *ald office, the following: Oil bids for the Hchool year of 1957-1358 Lo be delivered during the Bchool year 1957-1958. Anyone desiring further Information coTicernintf the above may contact the Superintendent of Schools or his authorized agent at the above addrens. Donald D, O'Neill, - President Kd^ar D. Jasorka - Secretary Wayne B. .Schaefer - Treasurer Xcwman K. r;ee Earl L. OttinKer T?oard of School Trustees School City of X.OH.ljiKj)Drt By CharicK Lt. Sharp Superintendent of Schools 3-10 tough one to make." Zeis said "it will be most difficult to find a replacement with his wealth oJ experience and ability in law enforcement." Barton was graduated from the first Indiana State Police training school in 1935. He helped investigate some of the state's most famous crimes, including the head-hands murder of Harry Miller, a retired Cincinnati fire captain, for which four men were executed. He also helped break up the Brady gang. Delphi .Pauline Rodkey and Mark H. Carter, co-executors in the estate of the late Dr. Lloyd Carter have filed a petition to sell certain real estate with the consent of the widow, Cora Carter, and other heirs, Mark H. Carter, Pauline Rodkey, Lois Baxter, Jack M. Carter and Patricia Spitler. Betty Jean Cosby has filed suit for divorce against Dale D. Cosby. The couple was united in marriage Aug. 25, 1845, and separated June 22, 1957. She asks custody of the two minor children and $7,500 alimony and costs of the action. She also asks a restraining order to prevent the defendant from molesting her, going near the premises of their home at Cutler, from selling or damaging property owned by the couple including household goods, a 1956 Buick, a half interest in an airplane and a hauling truck. The court granted the restraining order. Earl. T. Powell has filed suit for rent against Warren and Haftie Messick in the sum of $600. County Surveyor Charles Ritzier has passed his examination and is now a licensed engineer. Arthur D. .Bishop and Charles D .Boomershine have been, appointed executors de bonis r.on in the estate of Walter Calhoun, Connie Carol Boatright having been 1 removed as executrix. They qualified and gave bond for $50,000. The Tippecanoe Township Home Demonstration Club will meet at the home of Mrs.. Frank Lybrook on Wedneesday evening, July 17, at 7 p.m. for a weiner roast for members and their families. Each family is to bring 'weiners and buns for their family and a covered dish. Assistant hosteses are Mesdames Charles D. Vaughn, Fred Stewart and Forest Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. James Stokes, daughters Wendy.and Cynthia, or India'napolis, spent July 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Abner H.' Bowen and celebrated Wendy's third birthday. Robert C, Roach has been appointed guardian of Susan Roach, his sister. He qualified and gave bond for $1^500. Marriage licenses have been issued here to Fred Allbright of Curdsville, Va., and Sarah H. Cree of Market Street; and to Richard Lee Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Walters of route 2, Delphi and'Sally Ann.Hanaway daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hanaway of route 2, Delphi. Miss Elizabeth Ives, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. lyes of Delphi, is now employed in the office at the Medical Center at Indianapolis. Miss Lois Jeanne" Flora 'and a friend of Indianapolis were recent guests of Mrs. Jessie- Kennedy Flora of East Franklin' Street. Five families of the Rock. Creek community helped in the cleaning up of French Post Park. Monday No Nagging Backache Meansa Good Night's Sleep NuKeing backache, headache, or muscular Bchcsiind nalni may come on with ovor-cxer- Uon, emotional upHetn or dny to days tress and Btrain. And folks who oat nnii drink unwisely aometimea Buffer mild "bladder irritation ...with thut rustics, uncomfortable feeling. If you arc miserable and worn outbecaunt! oE theHG <llncomfort3, Donn's Pflla often hulu by their Pain relieving action, by tlidr aoolh- intf effect to clue bladder irritation, and by their mild diuretic action through thckidncyo — tending to Incrensc the output ol tbo 15 miluH of kidney tubes. So if unKgintf backache mates you Jecl ura({ffcd-out, miacrnblu, with reutlaHB, sleep- !lt:isniKhl3,don'twnit,tL'yDonn'HPil]H,K(!tthtt niime hnppy relief millions hiwc enjoyed lor over 60 yearn. Auk for new, lar«c, economy nizu and BUVC money. Gut Doan'B Pills today I evening. A different group•• with the Boy Scouts and Rev. E, E. Coleman help each evening. Mrs. Robert Stuard,.of Harling- tpn,'Texas, has been a guest the past week- of. her brother-in-law, Ltahrie Guthrie, and her niece, Mrs. Robert Ferrier, and family at Rockfield. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mount and son, Hollace, will spend next week touring Michigan. Mr. Mount is' on two weeks vacation from the Mount and Sons Hardware Store. James McCain'of Kokomo spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Reid McCain. The Catholic Youth Center .which opened on Wednesday of last week is proving to be quite" popular with the young people of the community 'who enjoy dancing,-card*, and other games. ' Lela Bousum has filed a motion in Circuit court for the dismissal of her divorce suit, against Robert Bousum. Composer Igor Stravinsky was born June 17, 1882. Read the Classified Ads Wednesday Evening, July 10, 199T. For Cribbage Fans MADISON, Wis. —.Oscar Olson picked up.his cribbage hand and saw the jack of spades, and the fives of diamonds, hearts and clubs. Then the five of spades was cut giving him the "perfect hand." It was the second perfect hand for Olson in 80 years of cribbage playing, a rarity which often never comes to life-long cribbage addicts. But that was only one hand. His opponent, Mrs. John J Ripp, whipped him to win the game. Will Succeed Barton INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Stal« Police Supt. 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