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_**M«y. Octctjer 7.1177 W CIRCUIT COURT __-S. OCTOBER TERM, 1177 I fo»»otng clatma <e*re Hied In the 1 °* **• County Auditor and were "ttf K> H» Saord of Commiatfonefs ••Mtt County, Indiana, lor payment at *•* legular teuton. Monday, October 3. yjncludlng thoaa certified o, the Judge **• C«ae Cireuri Court ^ „, Z?, t •"ooM tor payment. ". LanMng, treaapers ten 1041 .M B. Smith, treas pers serv 500 00 •I, Cartaon, same 47500 f».Lelfen,same MM S. ShMly, tame 475 00 1. Weed, and pert ten- 1041 M E.McClotkey. and oors serv 500.00 M.McKalg.same 475.00 M. Hubariihal, tame. 475 00 R. Frey. tame X7,t& S. Fruthour, same 475.00 M.OKMOI. treat p*r» ten lMl.se C. Het)ll». same 359.95 R. Kttcn, treas persserv ....500,00 E. Hlcki, tame 475 00 M. Qlll, tame VIM S. Roooina. tamo 475.00 J. Harvey, rec pers serv £200 C, Bohm. rec pert terv awn S.Clark, tame «M.SO U. Long, co po< pers serv 1M).W R. Mfoolley. copolpers serv 830.00 S. Thompson, same 7W.33 S.ZeWer.tame 723.J3 O. Steel, same 753,33 C.tMtllnoer.tame Ta.n R. Derryberry, aeme ,:. .500.00 J. HutHer. tame ti.OO H.WIIIard.tame 15.00 H. Roberta, same 15.00 , H. Scnmltt. tame 15 00 C. Murphy, aurpera terv 1000.00 . J.Cenklm.surpersMrv itl.W K. harcy.aama 47S.OO P. Ulerlck. same S2.SO L. Marocco. corpora ter* 2»6,» J. Albright, tor pers serv ...110.00 A. Umbarger, pros pers serv 465.00 L. Bruce, same 600.00 J. O'Neill. Title 4-D pers ten, 1000.00 P. Parrlsh. same 475.00 IV. Dodl, co astr pera aerv 916 M C. Woolley, co assr pars sorv 500.00 M. Burrough. same : 475.00 K. Laing. Eel ansr para >erv 431,66 D. Trlnca, tame 333,00 P. Harrla, plan comm pers serv 515 00 H. Moore, bdol rev pert serv 300.00 D.Beckrran.eame jej.jo J. Bridge, tame 395 JO J.Cello»ay,same Mf.X H. Coo*, tame 3»s.jo M. Cree, same 410,40 L. Garter, same !. 3$6.20 P. Mann, same 395.20 V. Harmon, tamo 3(5.20 J. Kocbel, same 398.50 R- l-ynas. Mm, 395.20 t. Mason, seme 2*4.60 0. Milter, urn* 3»}.30 • J. Porter, tame 180 50 D. Remley. same. HO.OO I- Sewirfl. umfl 360.50 rtrScnrjd*r, ump ,,,... 395.20 R. Sloop, um« 41J.30 R. Wuver, urne 395 a H. Wllll>m», ume 395.30 J. Wilson. Mm« 395,20 R. Winlnfl«. Jr., unw 395. Jo 6. Allen. Mm* 426.00 W. Frey. Mm« 411.00 J. Morgan, Mme 416.00 H. StuMi, ume 416,00 K. PicKifd, ume 431.85 f). Ti6l«r. s«m» 374.40, PtM'o» Tribune, prig & Mv , 10.42' J.Stilori.Mnw... 10I.OB M.JtroUl.ume 431.M B.Muull.wme 560.00 J.Scruwpp.Mme 475.00 K. Cl«ry, ume , 475,00 S. Mwliri, ume SOO.OO R. Sookwiner. ui>>...:, 974.40 A. BOwyer, um>e\ N9.70 D. Brown, uirw.,. J 349.00 W. Brown, ume -, 431 .U C, Cart. Mme • - > 30&,?0 J. CoitM, ume 395.20 K.D.vl»,uroe J95.ZO T. OeWIlt, ume J40.20 R. Undis, ume 395.20 M. Long. ume.. .-..395.20 M, Miller, urn* IX1.00 J. Oliver, ume ..318.20 R. Reefter, ume , —... 395.20, H. Slnflley. Mmo 374.40 0. Suanlem.Mmo... '39S.20 J Thompion, MUM 395.SO p. W»ogcner. Mine ..., 254.60 J. Pollen, umo 217.J1 V. Berksnire. »«rn» 475.00 G. Grregor, umc 606.00 T. Winquisl. wme 425.«0 W. H»rrlson, Mme 653.M The People Speak—Pure Air Is Costly XoroK, contr serv 43.00 J. Rust, same ' OU.JO Mendrlcks. oil aupp 106.13 R. Gaddis. same U3.to Champion ins. oil bonds 50.00 Central Pa». Bltum 24B75.49 10.00 C. Smith, tame 300.00 M. Sloop, drbd pors serv 42S.OO D. Arvon, vet serv pera serv 431.68 J.Engelbrecht.wtsA moas pers serv 4J7.SO W. Turner, co comm pers serv 305.00 •..SateUnl.aame 365.00 N.Orabto.tame 315.00 P. D'Andrea, co council pers serv 108.33 0. Bander, tame 10833 E. Miller, tame 1M.J3 H.fruthour.aanw 106.33 M. Rallies, same 106,13 T.Morris. Jr.. tame 108.33 M. Smlih, tame 106.33 J. O'Neill, co ally pers serv 375.00 S. Uplon, hist soc pors serv 120.00 f. McKee. d hs p»rs s«rv 61166 W. Hlnkle, c°|a!l pers serv 513.33 P. Handachu, same 450,41 L. Schenk. same 450,41 R McKeo. samo 225.00 J. Zanman, same 225.00 Saunders Locksmith, contr s«rv Arone Mdw, hdw etc 627 MM.hdw 15.10 Fasteners, tame 42.00 Fleet, hdw ate...: SO.Of! Pock'a Sales, tamo 3.K Oavto's, palm etc 6,60 Ena Aggregates, stone etc 2597,37 France Stone, stone 20W.M Logan Metal Culv. GUI tile eic , 2372.8$ Central Paving. Wlum 2893.40 Lush Adv, signs 1152.00 Caas Co Farm Bur. gas etc 5765.61 Qen Tel. phone :. 134.0B Hoadley Comm, comm 155.00 Logan Mun Ul.'lJllt 236.08 NIPSCO.tanw 15.72 Jackton-Kilchel. repr tr etc 556.56 Ottingor Mach. tame 31.10 Schrader'a, same 192.18 Crlee Elect, r«pr mi...; 50.00 Mike's Body Shop, same 103,00 Allison CHI, gas etc 536.49 Cliffs Aulo PIS. samo 128.29 Motor Fuel, same ' 50,34 , S-KTire. llres 17M.W Cox Pontlac, other gar A motor #lc 15.28 clsert Fire Exl, same 104.25 L. Isaacs KarProducts.same 101.55 F.Woodruff, tame ..... Lucerne Lions, same , 29.25 Precision Alloys, same 188.34 Mechanics Laundry, same.. 33.92 Standard Auto Pis. same 571.70^ WagnerS Surendorl. tame 56.25 Weldslar. same 53.34 Berkshire impl, repr pis 13.88 Burger Chev, tame 349.05 Cal!s Radiator, same 570.96 Condo Salvage, same 95.00 Indianapolis Spring, same 359.94 Stafford Ford Eq. same 12,13 r. Gucklen Ins, ins 652.94 Eng Aggreg, cum or, 852.92 Logan Metal Culv, same 6823.28 France Slone. same 315.73 EngConsfr. sarna 2163.75' Eng Constr, same , 1725.00 0. Lelcht, well pers serv 1153.00 M. Frey. co hm pers serv 615.00 E. Ferguson, same , 220.60 A. Wlnegardner, same 294.40 A. Brooks, Mme 437,00 B. Reynolds, ume • 276,00 B. Lantz, Mm« 257.60 J. Hlldobran. mem hm purs aerv 2UC.66 M. Coiner, an com pers sorv 10.00 L. Davia.Mme 10.00 B. Wolle. same 50.00 M. Brown, co ctpurt sen ...45633 R. Arrkk, same... E. Leeman. same .. S. Bechdol, same.. S. Grable, same R. Smllh, same A.Bates,same .... W. Leach, same T. Nevln. same M. Martin, same ... A. Wlso. same M. Moss, same S. Robey, tame......; C. Baker, samo 500.00 B.Wolfe, same 44J.33 F. Saballni, same 100.00 Gen Tol. elk phone 36.41 Gen Tel, aud phone 37.83 Barton's, repr eqS mt.cont 107.00 MarkleyAbalr.plbk 125.00 Hendrlcks. supp 39.10 Pltrwy-Boviess. Treat Poslage 37.50 Gen Tel, phone 26.59 Hammons Letters, off supp 15.65 Postmaster, rec postage 160.00 Qen Tel, phone 23.7! HfnUrtaa. oil aupp 305.34 F. Luther, Him » dev ?5.00 Oen Tel, co pol phone 117.31 LogMunlll.ul 188.70 rWSCO.ur 5.66 Moiorola, eq repr 106.15 Treaa, Fulton Co. ' contr serv 1080.00 Treat, Howard Co. wme 337.50 Amoco, gas etc 67.01 Pitman Oil, same : 950.54 Shell Oil. same 21.84 Johntofl Ford, gar & motor 14.86 Treaa. CABS Co, same , .81.94 David's, oft supp 13.20 . Mendrlcks. tame 86.20 Wagner & Surondorl, same 50.00 Standard Fiscal, rents 300.00 Emer Radio Serv, mot veh 452.90 H, O'Herron co, tame W7.27 Unit Fin Apparalut, other eq etc 20.73 Postmaster, turv pottage M.OO K. Hardy, travel 30.10 C. Murphy, travel elc 87.76 Dtp! Natural Res, prig elc 35.75 Hendrlcks. same 244.60 Lincoln Graphic, photo blueprt 31.47 In Unlv Med Ctr, cor tox tees 15.00 Gan Tel, phone 30.95 Hooks, photo , 8.04 Postmaster, pros pottage ,, 66.00 L. Bruce, travel J7.86 Gen Tel. phone 123.56 Hendrlckt, off tupp 11.40 ParrlshOHMacn.iam* 26.00 Bobbt-Menlll, other op ex 23.24 Day-Timers, same 23.16 IBM, tame M.OO Vtn Ausdall 4 Farrar, tame 21.25 F. Bonryer. rent • 100.00 Oen Tel. co aasr phone 54.07 Hendrlckt, off supp 7.12 OenTei. Eel atsr phone U M Hendrlcki. oft aupp elc 42.83 P. Nafflt.pl comm travel 1694 Pharos Tribune, adv 6.55 Oen Tel. drbd phone 19.85 Oen Tel. vet serv phone 23.46 OenTel.wtsI meaapnone 29,42 J. Conn, lax td) M 15.00 •). Myera, tame 15.00 B.Row.ame IJ.OO L.Shankt.tame.: 15.00 Pottmaaler. comm poalage. 160.00 Pharoa Tribune, adv JI4.JS Record, same 1N.24 Log Mun Ul, Orphans home exp 172.84 NIPSCO.tame - 16.71 City Ins, Ins :1»1«.I4 •.Oucklenlnt.lns 1515.96 QuUance Clr, guld Clr 16J.66 F.Wayne SI Hotp, care alttirur, moo Supt. In Boys'Sen. same., 19*0.69 a.Goi.totdbur 15.00 Fisher fnrl Mm, same 200.00 Marocco'a, same •. 300.00 McCain Fnrl Hm. tame 100.00 Oen Tel, hist soc phone 25.30 LogMunUl.utll 21.28- WPSCO, same ...11.73 MtorVa Mower Sales, Orphhmrepr... .196.35 S.I.C,Prod.clnsrwpr .....-::.:.,,...472.H O.BeW.aame 91.00 - ••wwgln't.Mme 6.96 - Stunoer*Locktmlih, tame 10.00 Ortln.Exl 27.60 1012.00 :... 1056.00 971.00 -.926.00 926.00 926.00 926.00 71.20: 711.00 <648.00 568.00 , 566.00 T. Mehaffle, Mm« 540.00 M. McCloskey. same 594,00 C. Rush, same , 744.00 M. Muehlhausen. same 744.00 W:Miller, same 711.00 0. Padget, umo 599.52 E. Cahalan, wme 20.00 W. DulchMS, ume 20.00 Q. MayMII. ume., 20.00 Postmaater. postage '.:..' 111.00 M. McClotkay, travel 172.96 A. Bates, same '..-.: 16.24 S. arable-, tame 39.48- W. Leach, same 60.34 E. Leeman. Mme •. 25.62 D.LeicM.trS chlldwell 68.38 ' W. Miller, travel 42.00 M. Muehlhausen, same ;. 31.64 T. Nevln, same 9.24 C. RUSH, same.. 64.26 R. Smith, ume ; 60.62 . 0, Wagner, same. ...„...,. 7.26 Oen Tel, phone :.'....'..;'..'....: 2W.48 •' J. O'Neill, legal swv 200,00 HendJlclis.oiliupp 51.34 In. 81, Library, oil tupp 50 F.QucHlen.lns 265.M Pltney-Bowet, oH eq.: 132.00 Oucklen A'g, Title X Ins 88.12 Perkins Constr, gen dr 3774.3S '. L.Hlllls.riltripersseiv ..:.' 300.00 • F. Parker, Jr., ume 15.00 W.Newcomb,ume,..' ,.15.00 :, Q. Myers, same 15.00 ..'• J. Hendrlcks. Mme 15,00 E. Boatman, ume .,, 15.00 • M. Thompson, ume *- , 15.00 C. Thomas, same 15.00 • J. Foust, ume 648.75 K. Leazenby. ume 500.00 P.Fouii.ume 660.00 R.Manus.Mme 540.06 B. Collins, T.B. part aery 475,00 O.Lalng. ume 322.50 D. Fousl, hith travel 46.20 J.Foust, travel etc 24.90 •R. Manus, ume 57.52 Qen T«l, phone : 51.13 K. Leeman, legal ten 150:00 Wagner i Surandorr, laundry 19.16 •F.Oucklen,Int 186,20 M. Pluetae, rem 334.00 Mer-Del'i, exp f .00 iC. Thomas, same ,. 46.00 G.Lalng.TBIravel 11.JP Qen Tel, phone ,.... 48.84 .Logan Internist, clln serv 75.00. Med Chest, ume 189.00 Hendrlcks. oH aupp 72.70 M.PIuetie.rem........:' ........'66.00 M. Hull, reg pert ten 280.80 Poslmaitar, poalage .,..198.00 HtflHrlcks, oil rec......,,........:,. 204,DC C. Rernley.Pkft fee . . : pers serv 3S.OO P. Hand, ume 35.00 D. Mill, urne 3S.OO C. Skinner, same 35.00 K. Bennett, ume .':,.. 766.M B. Smith, Mme '..,. 75,00 R. Nlet, ume 576.00 R. Sexton, same 409.40 M. Coslello. same 787,50 T. Shaw, ume 123,83 D. Warner, satne ,., 184.45 S. Zanman, urne .., 21.65 T.Chu.ume....,: 36,«0 PP. Monleomery, urn* 38.80 J. Rust, ume 441.03 D. Neal.Mroe .147.90 S. Harvey, same 980.00 .J.Feltlg.Mme 259.00 P. Marter, same 475,00 Gen Tel, phone H.42 S. Harvey, exp '.... 7.44 HendrteM, aupp :.....,. 179.46 P. Marter, mileage 7.00 Postmaster, pslg 85.00 F. Gucklen, Inss :.... 184.40 S. Harvey, pers serv 500.00 J. Felllg. Mme 250.00 S. Harvey, travel 140.00 Cass Co. Treas, prtg 91.00 F. GucHien. Ins 23,60 K. Bennett, pers serv. 200.00 F, Amello, tame .:., 469,60 0. Downs. Mme 544.00. R. Conrad, same 504.90 J. Forgey, Mme 4.60 N.KIesllng.clrcl pers ten 541.66 fl.MoUque.same , 100.00 M. Mee.ume ,866.86 F. Muckenluta, same 50000 C. Burnt, urn* 750.00 L. Parish, urne 498.33 F. Sabalini.same 500.80 H.SIarleldt.clrct so Judge 32.00 B.aundrum, pelllliir 7.90 S. Hand, ume '. 9.10 .9.50 .7.90 M, Ooertng.aame ...7.90 C. Aubrey, tame 9.50 J. Barr, ume .9.30 V. Zanman, ume 11,10 V. Pitecr. tame 7.90 S. Easier, ume 10.90 L. Peterson, ume 7.90 J. Gibbons, ume 9.50 R Kline, urne «.10 H. Robinson, ume d.50 D. Hamilton, ume 9.70 J. Bridge, ume .....9.50 J. Lewis, same 6.50 D. Dexter, ume 7.90 E. Ellison, ume 9.50 S. Wlleman, urn* 7.90 C. Burns, mileage 30.00 Gen Tel,'phone ...".' : 66.05 Van Ausdall 8. Farrar. rep «q elc 393.05 Hendrlcks. supp 56.00 1, MISHIA WOOD, Auditor ol Cats County, Indiana, do hereby certify that the above Is a true and complete llal'ol claims tiled, which were presented to-the Board ol Com- mluloners ol Cast County, Indiana, al their regular meeting, Monday, October 3, 1977, and also includes thote certllled by the Judge ol the Cass Circuit Court. All those hereinbefore noted were allowed for, payment. MlahlaWood Auditor, Cats County, Indiana DETROIT (UPIi Americans are willing to pay the price to clean up the environment, but they're not happy with Motor City's progress on fuel economy, clean air, safety or quality. "It's a price WP have to pay. There's no way around il." said Steve Brennan, an Augusta, Maine, resident who was part of a DPI nationwide survey of consumer attitudes toward the country's No. 1 product — the auto. "If clean air is important enough to us, then we have to pay for if," said Brennan. His altitude was shared by most of those queried about the need for regulations to tell automakers what safely and clean air devices should he on NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS Notice is hereby given the taxpayers .ol Cast ; : County. Indiana -that the County Council ol Caas County; Indiana will meet In • special session at the Commissioners' Room;In the Courthouse In the City ol Loganspon, Indiana, al 9:00 a.m. On Wednesday. October 19, 1977 to consider the additional appropriations not Included In the regular budgets of 1977 and to transfer •* appropriations to other accounts where the need has arisen. • COUNTY REVENUE Recorder Office Machines $402.00 Clerk Circuit Court . . Office Supplies . , 150,00 Clerk County Court Ofllee Supplies 140.00 Prosecutor : Other Operating ' 200.00 Telephone 200.00 Animal Control Equipment 30.00 Planning Commission • ' Travel :• ' 200.00 Civil Defense , • > , Othtr Equipment 420.00 Courtly Home Institutional Exp. , 500.00 Live Stock 1000.00 TOTAL CO. REVENUE 13242.00 REGISTRATION X Reg. Supplies 140.00 .TOTAL REGISTRATION: 140.00 PARK* RECREATION > Utilities .... , 1100.00 ' TOTAL PARK It RECREATION 1100.00 WELFARE ' Postage . 1500.00 TOTAL WELFARE 1500.00 HEALTM-TB CLINIC ( • Rents ' . •/ 400.00 TOT ALHEALTH-TB CLINIC • 400.00 • MIOHWAY Other Contract. Serv. 4000.00 . Culvefls,Wei . -•• . ' i tewe'r pipes 4000JM Tires t tubes 7500.00 Other Oarage 4 Molar Supplies ' 5000,00 TOTAL HIGHWAY ,' 20,500,00" TOTAL ALL REQUESTS . 26,862.00 .Taxpayers appearing al such meeting than have a right to be heard thereon. The additional appropriations e"y finally made will be automatically referred to the Stale-, Board of Ta« Commlolonera which commission will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's office In Cast County, Indiana or al such other place . as may be designated. AI such hearirto, taxpayers objecting to any of such- ad : dltlonai appropriations may be heard and Intereated taxpayers may inquire of the' County Auditor when and where such hearing will be held. Mishit Wood ' Auditor, Cats County, Indiana NOTICE OF HEARING OM PROPOSED LEASE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS .-OF COUNTY OF CASS Vou are .hereby notified thai a public hearing will be-held before the Board of Commissioners of County of Cass, Indiana, on (tie 19th day of October, 1977, al 10:00 A.M. In the Commlstloner's Room. Cass County Courthouse. :t6gtnsport. Indiana. upon a proposed lease to be-entered Into between Cast County Jail and Courthouse Building Corporation at: (ester, tnd the Board ol Commissioner! of County ol Ctat, Indiana, at latsee. ^ ~ The proposed lease upon which hearing will be held is tor a term ol 22 years, commencing with the completion of a Jail and Courthouse Building to be erected by lha Cass County'Jail and Courthouse Building • Corporation.' The lease provides lor an annual rental of 1320,000 per year, payable on June 30 and December X of each year during the term pi the lease, commencing with the completion of the Jail and Courthouse Building. At Additional rental.- the leasee shall maintain Insurance on the • building as required In the lease, and shall pay all taxes and assessments against such property, ss well as the cost of alterations and repairs. II me nel inleretl cost to the Corporation on the First Mortgage Bonds issued by (he Corporation to pay for the cost of said building. Including the acquisition ol me site thereof and other expenses incidental 'thereto, Is less than 6'.i%. the annual rental than be reduced to an amount equal to the multiple of 11,000 next highest to the highest sum of principal and Interest due In any bond year on such bonds plus 11.000 payable In equal semiannual Installments. The lease gives an option to the lessee to purchase the properly on any rental payment date. The building to be erected will Be a Courthouse and Jail, located on a tract of land pounded by 3rd street, 4lh Street, Court Street, and, North Street, Logantport, Indiana. The drawings, plant and specifications, including the estimate! lor the cost ol uld building as well as a copy of the proposed lease, are available for Inspection by the public on all business days, during . business hours, at the office ol the Auditor of Caaa County In the Cass County Cour- Uiouse located al 4m and North streets, Logantport, Indiana. Al such hearing all persons Interested shall have a right to be heard upon the rteceatlty -for Ihe execution, of tuch lease, and upon whether the lease rental provided lor therein to be paid to Cast County Jail and Courthouse Building Corporation is a fair and reaaonabfe rental lor the proposed building. Such hearing may be adjourned 10 a later date or dates, and following such Hearing the Board of Commissioners may either authorise the execution of auch lease at originally agreed upon or may make modlllcations therein -as may be agreed upon with the Cast County Jail and Courthouse Building Corporation. Dated this 3rd day ol October, 1977. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ' OF COUNTY OF CASS ' By MISHIA WOOD AUDITOR OF CASS COUNTY cars, Most felt regulations have not hurt cither the national economy or the auto industry. "I think the regulations are needed because I don't think anyone would do a damned thing about it otherwise," said freelance photographer Karin Epstein of N'ew York City. "In fact, there may not be enough presently, "They say that living in New York City is like smoking a pack of cigarettes a day and 1 think they're, right. Something really should be done about it." After a decade-long battle over clear! air standards originally set for 1975, Detroit automakers now have regulations thai will reach the toughest point in 1981. Auto executives say there will be no more requests for further delays, "We'd like to stay out of Washington forever," said Chrysler Executive Vice President R.K. Brown. "We don't want to keep this up. "Ills difficult for the industry and is confusing to . our customers. What the industry needs for continued growth is consumer confidence." But that appears to be the one thing the industry does not have, due in part to its continuing battles with Washington. •"Automakers have been ' dragging their feet on clean air standards, but we've just recently begun to realize the problem," Mike Basham. an assistant vice president at a Columbia. S.C.. bank, told a DPI reporter. "The clean air standards for cars are needed, but"they are also forcing up the price of cars. "I believe automakers first, environmentalists second and the government third in the clean air battle." Despite that belief in the auto industry position, Basham .is critical of his new 1977 Ford. He alsoowns a 1968 Ford. "Besides price, the workmanship is poorer on the new Ford. Over-all quality is better in the '60 model," he said. "I didn't get my money's worth in the '77 model. The engineering may be better in the '77, but the quality is in the'08." In Helena, Mont., where air pollution is not the problem it is In New York City or Los Angeles, Bob Person believes antipollutlon equipment has hurt fuel economy. But he said it would be wrong to place all the blame for higher prices on that equipment. "Costs of labor arid materials also are to blame for high costs," Person said. "Government is the least likely Industry. But the auto is-parl of a way of life. II broadcasts the owner's ego and his status. Americans now spend one out of every SS or $6 they earn on automobiles. One out of every six jobs in the nation .Is auto-related. Twelve of the country's "Top 20" corporations either make autos or the fuel they consume. There is now one car for every. 2:5 Americans -and the industry is the major customer for rubber and a major buyer of steel, aluminum and glass'. And anything that affects the auto in one way or another affects all Americans. In Salem, Ore., that con- cernced Alan Burke. 20. a restaurant manager. "Clean air standards will huh the economy, but we have to form our government around our environment and cleaner air is a better environment," Burke said. "I personally have been riding my bicycle for years and keeping the car for use when I really need it. "The government's job is to inspire people to give up the luxury of the auto and get them into some other form of transportation." Fred Wallace, retired and living in Los Angeles where smog first became a national issue, isn't convinced the clean ' air devices have done anything besides hurt f u'e I economy. "I have a sports car, a four-wheel recreational vehicle and a motor home and they all get what could be classed as poor mileage." Wallace said. "1 believe both the state and federal governments have' taken over too much control with all their gadgets that reduce mileage and do nothing for performance, meanwhile boosting car prices. "1 will drive them as long as I can afford to buy the gas and enjoy the vehicles." His view was shared in part by Richard S. Glcason. Waconda, III. "Car pollution may be a problem in the city, but I don't think it is harmful out in the country," he said. "I definitely think these controls are hurting our economy and I definitelv • think they are to blame for the big auto price increases." Gleason said he believes automakers have moved slowly on fuel economy for 30 years. but added "these pollution regulations make it pretty near impossible to make fuel- efficient cars." Chicago fireman Gerald E. Lewis disagreed, saying there doesn't have to be a connection between gas guzzling cars and clean air. "A gas guzzling car is not necessarily a polluting car." Lewis said. In Winlhrop, Maine, Tony Harding said the government should leave the auto-making business alone. He blamed part of the energy shortage on an- tipollulion control "which don't do much except cut your .mileage fn half." But Marilyn Newton of Sparks. Nev.. said regulations are good, just not enforced enough by government agencies. "There are still too many companies allowed to pollute while the little guy has to comply," she said. "The big companies can fight regulations legally and take years to conform, but we have to go along with whatever the government comes up with. There is no recourse for us." Another person who doesn't buy the auto industry's argument that cars might cost less if they failed to meet all sorts of regulations is Jim Beazley of Reno. Nev. "I think we'd be paying pretty much the same and I gel angry at the fact that we have pollution devices on our cars (hat are a hindrance to their mileage and performance." Beazley said. "I think the answer on who to blame is obvious. It's the car manufacturers' fault for not coming up with something better." For those who think Detroit has forced its products on them, E.M. "Pete" Estes disagreed. With all .the government pressure, the GM president Is afraid cars may no longer be. desirable. "What . no one seems to believe is that in order for us to be. successful, we have to build cars the customer will buy," said the head of the nation's biggest auto-firm. "There.is a lot more faith put in advertising by our critics than is real. "If advertising could really sell cars, we'd never have to change them. The other thing no one seems to understand is that we are selling a car to someone who really doesn't need one." > Industry critics would call thafunsell." Despite the general public attitude that pollution controls are necessary, there is strong evidence most'Americans are still not concerned enough about the environment lo make sure their autos are not polluting. There is now a pilot program under way in Las Vegas.: Nev., that requires any car changing ownership to undergo an inspection for compliance with clean air standards. The only complaints so far. said Ernie Gregory, head of the Nevada Environmental Protection Service, have concerned the price charged by -some auto shops. "The inspections will tell many people their car needs tuning," Gregory said. "If they're like me, they probably don't keep it in good tune all the lime." A recent nationwide emissions and fuel economy test program indicated relatively few cars are to blame for most U.S. air pollution. • Nearly four out of every five cars tested by Champion Spark • Plug Co. in 27 U.S. and Canadian sites had maintenance deficiencies that adversely affected fuel economy, exhaust emissions or performance. Sixty percent of carbon monoxide came from 27 percent of the cars tested while 24 percent accounted for 61 percent of the* hydrocarbons coming out of exhaust pipes. "Some people seem to think their cars stay new forever,'.' said 'James 0. Boord, Champion's assistant director of automotive technical service. "Our tests showed that cars are capable of .being ,a lot cleaner than they were." Suit Delays Annexation place for the blame since people are in control of it." If the auto were strictly a machine, there would be fewer problems in regulating the Sale Calendar Oct. B—FloE.Dodt.. .7. .Carl Johnson Oct. 8—George & Irene Zartman.. <..., Lsedy Oct. 8—Eusblus J. & L<jv!n«> HalsBma,. ... Vogel Oct;- B—BoqvyeliAuction Room..... ;.. Wendell Kuhn Oct;. 8~tutnt»r Helvie ..;....-.. Angle & Aaron Oct. 8—Headl«je Central Auction ;.....,..:. .^ . Ncilf Oct. 12-^-Gordon & Helen Brown .1','.'',. ". Angle fi Aaron Oct. 13—tourence & Gladys Rude...... Angle & Aaron Oct. IS—Claude Earl Hendee Esr .Jerry W»e«e Oct. 15—Wm, B. Wilson Vonlue * Crew Oct. 15—Grover Rhinebarger E$t..,.... Angle & Aaron Oct. 18~Alta Wilson Angle & Aorbn OcK 20-iOld Sawmill Auction ;,,. • . ., Col. PauTCouch ROCHESTER-A civil suit filed against Rochester city officials has put a temporary halt to the city's annexation program. • An ordinance adopted by the Rochester city council last July 26 -annexing an area- on .the northeast edge of Rochester would. have become effective Tuesday, but a sujt filed Monday fn Fulton Circuit Court by the Fulton County Rural Electric Membership Corp. (REMC) has declared the annexation illegal. -..•-...-• Named in the suit are-Mayor Wayne Hitlle, Marjorie L. Wagoner; clerk-treasurer, and the city council members Mrs. Caroline Stephen, James McAllister, Don Cook, Gates Thompson and George Janlcek. The area tovolved-is the third of a six-part proposed annexation program. It includes the Fulton County airport. Moore Business Forms, Torin as an equal to the .rest of the city. /'Because the city tried to annex portions of the same area Corporation plant and a portion earlier in the year and stopped north to the .Erie Lackawanna the procedure, by law it should railroad tracks. Reasons included in the la. point suit against annexation are: "Legal description of territory is inadequate. "The area does not have a .total resident population of at least three persons per acre, nor has 60 percent of the land been zoned for commercial, business or industrial uses. "The zoning procedure denies to REMC equal protection of the law. "The city has now shown its plan as to how the proposed annexed area is to be serviced wait two years before resuming action: . . . ... .... . "The city cannot meet special provisions where the territory is needed and can be used In the near future for development provided that one-fourth of its boundary coincides with existing boundaries. "11 the annexation becomes effective, REMC stands to lose .major electric customers In the area." It is now up to city officials to make the next move toward annexation. Memorial Hasp, mod serv 112.00 SI. Joteph Mem Hoep, same H.73 M. Long, meals .».«0 OejnTef.cofimpMM.. 21,10 UaMunUI.eMCI 167.66 . WMCO.BU ...M.«2 AMrande.repreu 31.50 S. Oevklton. same., 30.00 TotM'l.tarne .11.80 WeeUMeMobile.«trt moux ...,,...6J.08 •uNce's.food 110.50' MtstM*Bt*en*l.wm*....... .29.02 6i»'fct6B»..'..!i.'!.'.'.'.'!i;;."i.'";.'isi« H.C.Locter.tame .2J»,« KMUunHouW. fooO S'Mt..: .6M.OO CuW«w>'t.lntl 21 SO T. HtndflcMon, mem tun malnl....... ljji." LctjMwnUt.utU 41,76 S(ACO.Mm«..... 13.40 WatyierlBurandotl.tuiip... 1»l» at»'t Muffler Jerv.cb del gtvtmoi _ ».» •g*'*bl.tam a.oi). IKnomckton'a.tenve :t.OO B. Pownell, aame Qen Tel, phone MM, repr.... Joh.isonf ord. earne S-K Tire, same. Stafford Ford, same Standard Auto Pts. ume TV-Radio Dlsl, same Flanegin'a. contr serv fleet, same... Tij Young, same. Logan Tire, eq P. Emery, lot ml sir H. Prfc*. same J, Long, same C, Raeser.crcompers serv P. Qarrter, aame S. Carton, par del educ. a. vogei, aame P. Qamer, aame P. Oamef. mHeage. C. Smrrh, cum raaiseu R. Handecnu. HIM B. Ttwmea. «am* J. Cress, ume D. Hlit; wme. K. ftuMMrg, same, L Paaquale. ume J. Conn, aame. aJ.Homburg.UfM I. Wagoner. Mm* , W. Unger, ume R. Powlen. tame, J, MeKalf.ttme S.Rota. ttme. H. rV*er. tame tuner Meow Serv, repr eg. Or. C. Thomaa. an can. r»Nt.«Neq " (I'a.otfmath , .50,69 73,00 ' 0**T«.«<ioiw. VanAuedMt Farw.*q . 0. Ukt), twy tatrt tfn. M i.iHTi: ...42,06 ,.-SW ..-U.46 ...at.* ..mm H. McCoy, tarn* E.Trua>, ttme. V. Woodruff, tame • J. Oemtrtthaw. atma . Barton's. »»me M. Maton. GET* pert tarv, D. Houa*r. aarhe ,D.Tump«ugli.t»me R. CenHeW.tame T. yVallace.ttme F.auc*l«i.lns . . OenlUctrtc.nwthir Mu«lcUtll,ta<ne .. NORTHERN INDIANA HEALTH SYSTEMS AGEMCr. INC. .NOTICE .Z2S.40 OF PROJECTS UNDER REVIEW . JS.IB . AND PUBLIC HEARING' ,6! Puriuam to Public-Law 93-W1 and the .16.42 regulailona adopted thereunder. Northern (*;7 Indiana Health Sytiems Agency. Inc. .88.51 (NIHSA) will undertake r*rie» O l the . 6.31 following prolecli during October, t>77: 5 76 77-C-2S, Memorial Hospital Oamma .61.03 Camera, I109.120 45 86 77-C-J3. Deloa House, Residential 269 90 Drug Treatment Center, S36.667 .177.26 Thete projects will be revlemd by, Ihe MM 00 Northwiiral Subarea Advltory. Council of .900.00 NIHSA on October 13,1177, 7:30 PM. al the 75 oo: Holiday Inn In Plymoulh. Memfien of the public wlthlng lo comment on these , 716.66' protects may do to in person at the Subarea .260.00 Advttory Council meeting or may submit 149 00 written leitlmoriy to: 7000 No, Indiana Health Sytlemt Agency, lnc; : UK NonncefitralSuotretOffice ' iji'Ji tUOUaatColltx 11000 South Bend. IN4I6I7 jejoo- Written comments should be received on Ijo'oo 'or before October 11,1977, Final aiipoilllon 1»« of Ihlaprofacl will oe made onWedneMay, "fno.OO OctoOar 26 ai 4:» PM al the Holiday Inn ol '•6040 Plymoulh al Ihe meeting ol me Executive ' 60,'go Committee of NIHSA. SrorKtt appearing on 24COO tNt list may be-deieted wilhoul nolke In ,Ho!oo accordance vrllh law. »00 ]«M STATE OF INDIANA)' IMM US m 00 COUNTY OF CASS,)' nog, NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATION 1HOO Caute No. P77-I44 .WOO W tn« Cats Ctrcull Court January Term. tKM 1t)T7 woo Notice Is hereby grvan that The National . 76000 Sank of Logantport was on the 4th day of TO (g October 1177 appoints* Eietulof of Ihe ' .186000 - Lett Win and Testament of Cattle Tllley. 1MH, (UceMM , ' - ' , M tJO' : - *" fwtMt having clalmi tgtlnsl ajM H « . ettale, wtvutver or nol now due rautl ffle TJSJ3, »»i«ti«lniak)'counwlthintl«(S)mon(iu),- TJJJJ, from me dale of the flrtt publication of fhft TBJJ ,rn«^orieMe«iaiuwMlMtotwtV6tVf*Tj •' jUjj Baled aHetantfum. Indiana, tfiltWtdty, 4H.4, of October, 1177 liarjn , RamMphO Urwung .W* -0.f»flf|l,tClrea»CD«t r' -4WJO S. Sohnteb. CSTA «e«l ten E.Munt.eMM.. F.I FARM KNOWN AS THE GUY A. WILLIAMS FARM FOR SALE -142 ACRES The undersigned owners of the following-described real estate in Lincoln Township, White County, Indiana, will offer for sale, at the law office of Charles S, Siferd, 115 W. Broadway, Monticello, Indiana, on Tuesday, the llth day of .October, 1977, at 10 o'clock A.M., the following-described real estate: Forty-seven (47) acres off the.South End of the .East One-half.C,i) of the Southwest Quarter ('A) of Section , Twenty-nine (29); and also.all that part of the West One- half 0/ 2 ) of the Southeast/QuarterC/i) of Section Twenty-nine (29) lying South-of the P.C.C. & -St. L. Railroad and West of the Rattle Snake Ditch, being 1 about Seven (7 Vacres; also the East One-half (14) of the Northwegt Quarter ('41 of Section Thirty-two (32); also Eight (8) acres off of the West side of the Northwest .Quarter (%) of the Northeast Quarter ('4) of Section Thirty-two (32) lying West of the Rattle Snake Ditch, being One Hundred Forty-two (142) acres In alii more or " less, and all 1n Township Twenty-seven (27) North, Range (2) West, and containing in all One Hundred Forty-two (142) acres; more ; or less. This is a highly productive farm of-all tillable, land except where the buildings are located - mostly black ground - located on a black top road, approxlmatley ^ mile south and 1 mile west of Idaville, Indiana The above-described farm was owned by Guy A Williams, now deceased, and the present'owners are his heirs and devisees. Improvements consist of a 7-room modern frame house, 2 barns, one 80 ft. by 36 ft and in good condition, implement shed and granary; also 2 metal bins with about 5200 bu storage capacity, ' rs i The real estate when sold will be sold on the following terms: the purchaser will be required to enter into a contract calling for a deposit of at least J0% of the full purchase price on the date of purchase, an additional 15% on or before December IS, 1977, and the balance on or before January 10,1978, and upon receipt of a Warranty Deed for said real estate executed by all the owners thereof. ' An abstract of title will be furnished to the purchaser for examination on the date of purchase, and possession will be given for said real estate on or before January 10,1978, subject to the right of the present tenant to harvest and store the 1977 crops on the farm until February 28, )97B " The purchaser shall pay the 1978 taxes and «U subsequent taxes, .. f Said real estate wBl be sold subject to all easements of record and all legal highway s. : Written bids will be received at the law-office of Charles S. • Siferd at 115.W. Broadway, Montlceuo, Indiana, untfMO o'clock AM. on Tuesday, October U, 1977, and the opportunity for oral 'bidding will then be given The owners reserve the right to reject any and all offers and bids, and may continue the sale as Qwy • seefit i „ • Information regarding this transaction will bejvailabte from Charles S. Siferd, Attorney, at.US W. Broadway, MonticeUo, Indiana, or from Herbert F. Small o) tne law firm of Hanna, Small, Sabatini-* Becker, at MB Fourth St., Ugansport, Indiana. "«. r , ( ., ' \ , j. ' I v";, v'- 1 Helen R. Williams SAT. NITE AUCTION 520 Erie, Loganspon • . Oct. 8th 7:90 PM. New gold or black sleeper sofas With flip top seats, 3 pc^set step end and coffee table group, pair table, lamps, studio couch makes to bed, 4 shelf walnut bookcase, brown lounge chair, console B&W-TV, color console TV, table model BfeW-TV, Zenith solid state portable stereo, new pi!lows,,bed spreads, baby blankets, new tool sets - socket end and screwdriver, canned foodstuffs, many throw rugs, soft goods, many boxes of small household goods, washer-dryer combination, large refrigerator, elec. stove, late consignments and store stock. WE PICK UP, BUY SELL, CONSIGN GOOD MERCHANDISE Open Daily Phone 753-2589 Not Responsible for Accidents BAGWELLS AUCTION ROOM Terms: Cash •. Wendell Kuhn, Auct. PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Octobers, 1&77 At 10:30 AM Location: North of Logansport on State Road 35 to Co. Rd.300N. Turn right-first bouse on right. ANTIQUES * COLLBCTABLB8: Cherry Settee rocker Straight-Chair; Old Post Cards; Churn; Solid Brass Candlesticks; WIckerBaby Stroller; Wooden Tub Rack; 2 Old Rockers; 3 Carved Back Straight Chairs; Crank Type Wash Machine; Emerson Vlctrola; Wicker Rocker And Straight . Chair, Rattan Table; Chllds Folding Rocker; Baby Cradle; Kraut Cutter; Cream Separator; Lantern; Gas Lantern; Green Depression; Oriental Lamp; Collectors Dolls; Oriental Rug Runner; Straight Razors; Picture Frames; (Round Oak) wood burning cook stove; feather tick mattress, old meat grinder; some Iron stone china (old); old railroad lantern. i HOUSEHOLD: Chrome Dinette w 4 Chairs; Several Straight Chairs; Occasional Chair; 2 Rockers, 2 Card Tables, Folding Chairs; Chllds Rocker; Twin Laundry Tuba; Occasional Table; Tea Cart; Radio Cabinet; Dressing Table w/stool; CWIds Dressing Table w/Chalr; 5 Stools; Chest Of Drawers; Clothes Rack; 2 Headboards; Credenza; Small Credenza; Boudoir Chair; Book Shelves: Books; 4 Drawer Chest; 2 Vanity Stools; Silverware; 2 Old Electric Fans; Footstool; 2 TV Stand.; Library Table, Chllds Record Player; Magazine Rack; Hone Plants; Baby Stroller; Toys; Games; Treadle Sewing Machine, Oval Braided Rug; Irons; Coffee Pots; Can Opener; Glasses; Dishes; Pots: Pans; 2 Ironing Boards; Small Table Lamps; Floor Lamp; Old ft wooden bed; curtains and drapery rods, stove board; step end table; ¥4 mattress A box springs. ' > TOC^MOSCnlANEOin: UPt SwimmlngPoolw/Pfltert ^Ladder (needs Uner); Doors; 64,000 BTU LP Gas Wall Furnace; Furnace Plpr*-Ductwork; Poww Reel-Type Lawn Mower; Wooden FokUng Screen; Lavatory; Storm Windows; Other Windows; Miscellaneous Hand Tools; Double Sink; Heaters; 275 Gal OIL Tank; Lite new sliding wiwlow;»creen«; milk pasturtxer; dwpsea ftshmg reel; stove pipe; baby bottle sterilizer; storm windows; 1 ft. Christmas tree with stand; hall tree; water skis; electric coffee urn with creamer * sugar. OtherlterMTooNumerousToMentkMi. DONABUELLAOSWaALT ' LUNCHSERVED Terms: Cash Day of Bate, - , Nc*R«»pcosibte For Accidents OrluHMAtterfloU AucT^ooetr:JtrryJ.Wees« Clerk: Brock CourUce R.R:i . - Cashier: Pat Wesw Royal Center, lad. Phone (319) «4M1» • Persons interested in adult education courses may register at the Rochester high school through Friday. There are still openings in Arts and Crafts, Clothing and Textiles, Photography, and Driver's Education. The Woodworking course is filled. NOTICE Motfc* it iwaer elnn that Ray Idgat Beam Junior Hat filed hit petition In the Cess Circuit Court lo hare the time and place ol Ms bind determined. SaM a*fJtton It set lor Uterine November II. 1177. • Randolph 0. Laming Clerk of trie Can ClrcuK Court STATE Of INDIANA) ISS. COUNTY Of CAS» ) Notice NOTICe TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF E8TELLA. M. TUtMONS, DECEASED In the Circuit Court of Case County. 1177 Term Cauee Number P7M» . In DM matter of me EtuMa ol Etlella M, Tlmmont.dtttaaerj • Notice It hereby given ifwt ajopert L. Tlmmons aa Etecutor ol M* ebon ntmM •state, hat praMfilM and HM Nt Meount In final settlement of said MM*, end met the tame AW come uo lor the eaaiMntilen and ecuon of Mid Circuit Court, on Iw HHi «ay of Ocwtw, 1177. at mntr) MM M . penont tnetnetM m MM •*••! tr» raquMa K> tpafeerin add court am atrow CJUM, h* «r MM* to, «*x MM amount •Mutt MX betunmad. And *• net* «4 •eaa deredarH end all ounce mumm «n> •I to reouinsd to appear and MM proof tH OtHUMrtHf or MaJn to any part of MM OemofineClmrtCourt tor Ceat County.. CtartetK-Miohtei t14FouHKStnMt Logentport. irMHn* mf Aftonwy -, STATE C^mOUNAJ OOUNTVO*CASS ) ' \ ' •WnOfTOAU HmONSMTBeUTniN THE ESTATE Of HHTM A. WOOOUM. DCCIASED' ' In the am* Court of CeM County: JMatn/. Twin, I.W CUMMWHetrOrr-10 ' In •>• MMT. a* Vw (MM ol (JWi A. •- IMfMr (TMM MM Don** OPMM H (Mcutna of the •tme) ntne« . M* eMM •« oaxM HP Mr M l««J»u«lii •«•) ectun oi MM cwwi OMH, w «• tm «|r ot.OctoMr. HT7, M trtM «p» M •OTMW MtraktM M «M MM* •«• njo>nnl •> eWHr M MM otvn «*i efMer '**••** •— r"— • — -r rnr i M •****. And n* «!«» AeMMp or cMm k> My tM or.iaM Man*

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