Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 13, 1957 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 13, 1957
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f onrteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune List 1958 Indiana Highway Projects INDIANAPOLIS (UP)— Projects ''change. I of Ind. 39 to .5 mile west o£ U.S.35. r by counties in the Indiana State j On county road .1 mile south- WHITLEY-6.9 miles on U..S. 30 Highway Department's 19J8 con- |£as t of Pleasant View. jfrom Ind. 5 at Larwill to west structipn and improvement 'pro-i u n cl er county road l.B mile ledge of Columbia City. . gram include: 'southeast oi Pleasant View. GIBSON— 4.45 miles on' U.S. 41 north of Ind. 64. SECONDARY ROADS CASS & MIAMI—4.0fi miles Over Blair Ditch 5 miles north of Owensville. BLKHART—Over Northern Indi- INTERSTATE ROADS SHELBY-6.9 miles U.S. 421 . . LAKE— Over Ind. 420 o.n Grant! from 2.5 miles south of Princeton - - - Gflrj ._ . . _ from .7 miles northwest of Big; ^ d on Harrison st ' Sugar Creek to .2 miles southeast! of Ind. 9. SHELBY-MARION — 6.'6 miles 42 ° Ind. 420 o. Colf.x Ave, Big Sugar Creek. INTERSTATE BRIDGES SHELBY-Over Little Sugar Creek 5.8 miles northwest of-Ind. 9 ^JLtV „ <U.S. 421). URBAN ROADS BLKHART—1.03 miles on Ind. Jefferson St. and on 3rd 31. from On Frontage Road over Little Sugar Creek 5.8 miles northwest of Ind. 9 (U.S. 421). Under county road 5.6 miles north of Ind. 9 (U.S. 421). Under county road 5.1 miles west of Ind. 9 (U.S. 421). Under Brandywine Creek 3.8 miles northwest ' of Ind. 9 (U.S. 421). Under county road 3.2 miles northwest of Ind. 9 (U.S. 421; Under old U;S. 421 1.5 miles northwest of Ind. 9 (U.S. 421). On Ind. 9 over U.S. 421 inter- Washington to Harrison, in Elkhart. ALLEN—2.22 miles on U.K. 24 and U.S. 30 eastward from Rd. east of Fort Wayne. .53 of a mile on U.S. 33 on Swing St. from Jefferson to Barry and Fairfield St. from Jefferson to Pearl, in Fort Wayne. PRIMARY ROADS LAPORTE—7.10 miles of U.S. 30 from U.S. 421 at Wanaiah to 1 mile west of Ind. 39. LAPORTE STARKE—6.65 miles on U.S. 30 from 1 mile west to .5 mile north of Ind. 64. POSEY-VANDERBURGH — 5.46 miles of Ind. 62 from 1.45 miles west of Posey-Vanderburgh Hne to Red Bank Rd. PRIMARY BRIDGES LAPORTE—Over Forbes Ditch 1.1 miles southwest of U.S. 6. Over Willi'am Hunsley Ditch .5 mile east of Hanna. • Over Trail Creek .4 mile east of Michigan City. LAPORTE & STARKE—Over Kankakee River 4.2 miles east of Hanna. WHTTLEY— Over Spring Creek 3.4 miles west of Columbia City. Over Grover Schuman Ditch 1.7 miles east of Larwill. GIBSON—Over C. & E. I. Railroad 1.4 miles southeast of Ind. '64. Over Richland Creek .24 miles south of Ind. 64. Over Richland Creek .24 miles north of Ind. 64. Over Southern Railroad .5 mile relocation of Ind. 218 one mile i ana Public Service Co. canal west north from one mile west of county' edge Goshen. line to U.S. 31. i GIBSON—Over Indian ' FULTON & MARS5HALL-9.9 Creek 4.4 miles north of miles on Ind. 17 from 2.25 miles ville. north of Ind 14 to new location Over Pigeon Creek 2.7 miles for Ind 10 i west o£ Mackev ' tor ma 10. _ Miller's Branch No. 1, 1.2 ™ es on Ind. IW-fw™ "=: im ile s west of Mackey, located Ind. 17 :o present Ind. 17 . „,.,„,_ ,,,,_„ Camp Owens- 1.8 from east city limits of Schererville to Lake-Porter line. EDITORS: This list o£ projects was limited by wire space to portions ol roads and bridges in actual counties where newspapers receiving this wire are located. We will be glad to supply additional information on request regarding adjoining counties p rany on Marshall-Fulton line. GIBSON—1.56 miles on Ind. 68 from .15 miles west of C. & E. I. Railroad at Haubstadt to U.S. 41.. 4.1 miles on Ind. 168 from U.S.41 east to 5.4 miles west of Mackey. 5.35 miles on Ind. 168 from 5.4 miles west of Mackey to*Mackey. SECONDARY BR'DGES MARSHALL & FULTON-Over George Wilson Ditch .4 mile east of proposed Ind. 17. ALLEN—Over Willow Creek Branch 1.1 mile north of Huntertown. Over Willow Creek north ' edge of Huntertown. Over Miller's Branch No. 2, 1.7 miles west of Mackey. Over Half Moon Creek .5 mile west of Mackey. BITUMINOUS RESURFACE other areas- interested. in which you are PERU BOY CRITICAL PERU—Mickey Lee Aspach remains on the critical list at Riley MIAMI & GRANT—5.34 miles of .hospital, Indianapolis, id. IB from junction with Ind. 21 The ten-vear-old Pe Ind to junction with Ind. 13. TIPFECANOE & WHITE—14.17 miles of Ind. 53 from junction with U.S. 52 at Montmorenci'northward. LAKE & PORTER—17.14 miles of U.S. 6 from Ind. 51 to Ind. 2. BARTHOLOMEW— .265 of a mile on Ind. 7 from .4 mile east of east line of Lafayette St. west to west line of Jackson St. in Columbus. 3.916 miles of U.S. 31-A from !3rd St. to 8th St. in Columbus & The ten-year-old Peru boy un| derwent heart surgery last Thurs- Two Traffic Mishaps Reported to Police Cars driven by Winfteld Lenon, 1315 J /4 High street, and Paul H. Connors, 1216 George street, were damaged slightly in a minor collision at 4:05 p.m. Tuesday at the west end of Linden avenue. Corvin E. Jones, 18, of 521 Third street, also reported Tuesday afternoon that the panel truck he was driving was damaged Monday when he stopped behind a semi at Main street ar.d Burlington avenue, and accidentally let it roll forward under the back of the semi. The semi driver was unaware of the mishap and drove away, he said. Wednesday Evening, November 13, 199T. Tlect Officers of Hospital Board Officers of the Memorial hospital board of trustees were elected Tuesday night at a meeting in the hospital. Howard Jones, hospital ' administrator, said the following persons were elected: Wilbur Zieg. 2401 George street, president: Louis Babb, Walton, vice president; Charles J. Lowe, 2712 Broadway, secretary-treasur- SENTENCED 1-5 YEARS PERU—Ralph Gamble was Riven one to five year prison sentence by Judge Henry Bailey in Miami circuit court Tuesday on a charg* of issuing a fradulcnt check. Jubilee Over Rodenbeck Creek 1.8 miles f rom Brown & 8th Sts. in Colum- south of Huntertown. WHITLEY—Over Sugar Creek 3.5 miles north of Ind. 114. Over Skeleton Creek 4.7 miles north of Owensville. bus north 3.56 miles. WABA5H—2.878 miles on Ind. 15 from .25'of a mile south of south limits LaFontaine northward. LAKE—11.08 miles U.S. ROEBUCK AND CO. 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