Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 6, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

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Friday Evening, December 6, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen WINAMAC— Seek Higher Water Rates A petition has been filed by the Winamac town board with the Public Service Commission of Indiana for authority to increase water rates of the Municipal Light and Water Co. A hearing on the proposed rates has been set by the commission for 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 12. at Room 401, State House, in Indianapolis. A son. Michael Ash. was born Dec. 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Howe of Winamac. born at Carneal hospital. Mrs. Marguerite Murray of Winamac has received word that her son, James Murray, has been promoted to specialist first class. He has been stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington since September 1056 and is serving as a battery clerk. Gary Johnston, fifteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnston of the Winamac vicinity has returned to his home from Riley hospital at Indianapolis where he had been treated for tetanus. He is slowly improving but ii is expected that it will be some time before a complete recovery can be expected. The youth REBUILDING FULTON HIGHWAY GARAGE a sophomore in the Winamac high school, was taken to the hospital when lockjaw de- is costing The new Fulton county highway garage is scheduled for completion before chrl £ tln f% " " °°? about $30,000. The old garage was destroyed by [ire in July. • (Pharos-Tribune Pliote-Eiuiiaving.) father, Orville Chamness. Other members of the family are also assisting in his care. The new school bus will increase to 270 the number of pupils that can ba hauled by buses serving ed on outstanding qualities of leadership, high moral character, and an aptitude for military service. Receipt of this honor makes the cadet eligible for a Regular Army commission. The young Winamac man was CAR BLAZE FATAL THREE HAUTE (UP)— Edward Carbin Bell, 40, was found dead in his burning car in trout of his home here early Thursday. A coroner said Bell, a veteran of World War 11 and the Korean War, died veloped. thought to have caused by a cut on the hand. been the school. Capacity of the buses'; also elected now in use is 258 and l!54 are being hauled. When the new bus is fsuHocalin Pvt. Thomas Knarr. son of Mr. put into use, the school will have and Mrs. Harold Knarr, of Wina-j three sixty passenger buses one of mac, has completed basic training fortyeight and one of forty-two, It at Fort Bennlng, Ga., and has been! cost- $5,694.55. Lt. William R. Fry, son of Mr. and Krs. Russell Fry, of Winamac, is among 30 Army ROTC distinguished military students recently honored at Indiana university. Selection assigned to office personnel. He is also serving with an Honor guard team and has performed on several occasions. He expect:; to come home Dec. 20 for a seven day leave. A visual screening of school children in the fifth and sixlh grades has been started by County Health Nurse, Esther Adams, using the Keystone visual survey machine owned by the school system. Recommendations will be made to parents where children are found to be in need of treatment. Others besides intermediate grade children will be tested if requested. Parents wishing the service and willing to assist are asked to contact Mrs. Adams. The first test was held in the Pulaski school. Parents assisting were Mrs. Linvel Peter, Mrs. Ralph Alien, Mrs. Marion Crist and Mrs. Henry Clark. Mrs. Frank Andjilech and children, Daryl, Arlen and Jackie, have returned to their home at LaPorte, after spending several days here because of the illness of her of a cadet as a distinguished military student is has- SAVE ON CHRISTMAS GIFTS Spaulding Unbreakable* Dishes 47 piece Jiet Reg. $65 Now $32.50 Place Setting for 4 $15.00 Atkins A-100 Saw $2,00 Lionel Train Set Reg. $68 Now $33.00 also elected to isiue is.ey, nonor- ary, for junior and senior men. Membership in Blue Key is based on an above-average scholastic standing, participating in campus activities and endorsement by the president of the university. Mrs. Ebba Sandberg of Chicago spent several days last week in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Peter Ruden. fell asleep in the cat and dropped a lighted cigarette which ignited the upholstery. His wife, Evelyn, discovered the body v/hen she noticed smoke pouring from the car. TYPHOID FEVEK CASES INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Three cases of typhoid fever in Clinton County were reported to the T ndi- ana Stale Board of Health 4ast week. AOTICfi Notice Is lierttby prjvfin that tho Board of Trustees, of tlie Town oE "Wnlton, wil'., on the Kith clay of 3>t>oemh«r, 1957, at 7:30 o'clock J'.M. (O.S.T.) at tho of flee in t no Town Hall In the Town of "Walton, Jndianii, receive bids for trash pick-up excluding bullrtlnp ni&terUils and burnable material to be done under contract labor mtl to be picked up onct earn two weeks beginning as of January) 1 19T.R and feiuliny; on December —- Zl, 19^8. l-Iach bidder will b e required to Mibmit Us bid alnn^ with a performance bond tfuaranteelnfT the performance of their work undrr- taken all in iiccordance with the rules and reciuirementst o£ the State Board of. Accounts. The .successful bidder mii^t also furnish evidence o£ Insurance protect- *ng tho Town from any and all liability in the operation under the contract. Dated this 4th. day of December, Jltr.7. BOARD OF TKUSTBES of. Ihe Town of "Walton by BOBBY G. SL.USHKK. President Toys For Less At Miles Merchandise Store OPEN FRI. & SAT. 9 TO 9 1235. 6th GIVE A RING THIS CHRISTMAS cocktail $225 Man's ring. onyx Distinctive diamond Diamond ring. $56.00 ring. Shop our store for complete selections of Rings and Jewelry—If it's Jewelry We Have It— signet • $35 Your Credit Is Good at Fernbaugli's Jewelry Store 6-13 NOT1CK TO IHHDKI1S Notice, is hereby Klven that the Trustee of Tipton Township, Cass Countv, Indiana, will, at the office of said Trustee In the existing school buildinpr a.t Onward, Cass County, Indiana, until the hour or 2:00 o'clock I'.M. IC.S.T.) on "Monday, December 30, lU'.T, receive sealed bids for a shop and music room addition to the present Tipton Township JliKh School, at which time all bids will he publicly opened and read aloud. Any bids received after the above designated time will be returned unopened. Separate bids will be received on the following classifications at work: (!) c'-eneral Construction; (2) Plumbing; (3) Heatlns and Ven-j tilatint;; (4) Electrical; <;>) Com- otnation of any two or more of the above classifications. Kaeh bid or proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check, or bidders bond for the full amount of the total hid price as a good faith deposit tnat no bid will be withdrawn for a period not to exceed thirty days after its receipt and that the suc- ce«sful bidder will enter Into a contract within five (f>) days after nctice of award for said work. All proposals or bids submitted shall he addressed to the Trustee of Tipton Township, Cass County, Indiana, and shall ba properly and completely executed on Indiana State Board of Accounts Form Xo. Pfi and with Non-Collusion affidavit properly executed as required by the statutes of Indiana, ami must be accompanied bv Questionnaire Form .No. 36-A. Indiana State Hoard of Accounts, for all bids over Five Thousand (Sfinoit.DO) Dollars. AVapre rotes established on thlsj work shall not be less than the! [•pecififd in the specifications for tr.is work. Tho bidder to whom ilie contract Is awarded will be requir-'d to rurn'.sn a performance bond with surety to the approval of the Owner In the full amount of the contract, conditioned as by law provided. Tho successful bidder will likewise be renuirert to provide evidence of property damage, public liability and workmen's compF>nsatlon coverage he- Tore be^inninff work under the contract. Tho contract documents in- cludinff the specifications are or file in the office of the Trustee R. R. 2. \Vnlton. Indiana: Jlcdland and Bowman. Architects and Kn Kineers. 417 Xorth Street. JjOKans port, Indiana: F. "W. IJodpe Corp. T'lan "Room, Indianapolis, Indiana: and the ^tate Hoard of Accounts, Svate. House, Indianapolis, Indiana. Copies of the documents may be obtained by prospective bidders from said Architects at the abov address upon a deposit of ?10.00 fr.r a set of such documents, which deposit will be refunded to each bidder who returns all of. the documents In wood condition within ten (10) days after the opening of bids. . The owner reserves the ripcht to reject any and all bids nnd waive any Informalities or technicalities. HKUBUKT URANT. THKSTKK Tll'TOX TOWNSHIP. CASS COUNTY INDIANA GLENN L. MIL.L.ER. AIXORNET FOK TRUSTEE See The Auto Show First -Then COME SEE Bold new BONNEVILLE by Pontiac AND THE SPECIAL SHOWING OF PONTIAC CARS AT OUR SHOWROOM Grusenmeyer Motor Sales line. 110-114 South Sixth St. Phone 3693 P. 5. Open Daily (including Sunday) ™ 10:00 p.m. NOTICE... FOR THE NEW BIG COMBINED SUNDAY and LOGANSPORT PRESS CAN BE PLACED UP TO 5 SATURDAY (Deadline For Classified D'splay Is 10 a.m. Saturday) JUST PHONE 4141 (The Want Ad Number) AND A COURTEOUS ADTAKER WILL BE PLEASED TO HELP YOU WORD YOUR AD FOR BEST RESULTS! LOB

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