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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, October 13, 1977
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14— The Pheroe-Trtbune. Logei»port. tod. Hints from Heloise Fault Finders Find Faults For A Fee, Ultrasonically DEAR HELOISE: that I'll ever finish. I have been using shower So when I reach that point, I curtain hooks for years, other trick myself! than for holding a shower I smash those shirts down! curtain, because someone gave Stick my foot in there and stomp us a whole box once and I them to the bottom of the couldn't let them go to waste, basket. It releases my First, I put one on a hot water hostilities and the pile looks bottle. It holds the stopper when much smaller. not in use so it does not get lost I know there are just as many and the bottle hangs from the hook when drying in the bathtub. I keep a few of the hooks on various plastic hangers DEAR HELOISE: (through the hole in the I sew a lot and find it difficult hanger). I like to drip-dry my to thread my machine needle blouses, etc., outside on the line because the polyester threads in good weather. With the nook we use nowadays fray so badly. snapped over the line, the To help solve the problem, I shirts as before, but it seems as if there are fewer, — Margaret Healy STAMFORD, Conn. (UPIi Professional .fault finders Donald and Ronald Sco/ielri want to start a school so others in Ihcir line of work can become good at il. The 23-year-old twins are specialists in the growing field of using ultrasonic waves to find structural defects and weaknesses in a variety of metallic objects — ranging from ships' hulls to pipelines. Ronald Scofield, president of the brothers' firm. National Non-Destructive Testing. Inc.. says if owners of the Alaska pipeline had used his ultrasonic method to examine the strength of pipe welds, perhaps there would not have-been so many problems. He said his method is preferable to X-rays which were used to test the integrity of the pipeline. , "The baste thing wrong with X-ray is there arc many factors that can affect the film. We're finding that ultrasonics is a more accurate and precise way to measure defects inside a weld. "Scofield said. "Depending on the way the Xray is set up.'there arc certain defects that can be missed or masked. Ultrasonics can give you the precise problem and the exact location. 'We feel ultrasonics is better, cheaper and gives immediate results." ' Business is-good for the young firm, Scofield said, adding NNDT has contracts with Exxon, Getty Oil. and Amoco International. The Scofield brothers gained their experience-with another training in the field at ultrasonic testing under company and then broke away Polytechnic Institute of New standarts endorsed by the to found theirown firm in 1974. York. Both have been tested American Society for Non- They received additional and certified as inspectors for Destructive Testing. The fabufous clothes don't end up on the When I put clothes away for the season, I use one of these . ' . .. taped a small piece of soap to the top of my sewing machine. No|i< . e h heleby fliwl |hat T(1 . BMra „, If you are afraid it might harm PUUIC works ana s»i«ty of tno city, oi - - • - Indiana. *ill rocsiw sealed the finish, fold a piece of cloth or . . . . ,. .. . , j . . bids up to Otie-trtirty 1:30 p.m.,) local time hangers and put the belt on the a paper towel and place under on ociotw »ih, 1977 ior a hook. This way, I don't have to look for the belt later. I have a small nylon net bag to 'Wash small articles of clothing in the washing machine. I use a shower hook to gather the top of the bag instead of a string. It is much easier to close and open. I took some heavy see- through plastic bags, which store purchases came in, and put a bulky sweater in each of them, then closed the bag with a shower hook. I screwed some cup hooks into the back of my closet and hung one bag on each hook. I could see right away which sweater I wanted, and saved drawer space besides. If I think of any other uses for the hooks, I'll let you know. — Leona Koim * • • Great! And, in the meantime, I'll add one more use to your list, or perhaps It's just an enlargement on one you mentioned. I saw a friend do this when she went camping last summer with four children, but the idea could be used anytime, for most anything, Instead of using an ordinary see-through plastic bag (which would be prone to tearing, perhaps), she used one of the self-closing, zipper-type, clear plastic bags — one for each child's toilet articles, etc. She inserted the shower hook just under the zipper and had a built- in hanger. This zipper prevented the hook from tearing the bag and it could then be hung anywhere. After much use and abuse at camp, the shower hook and bag were still intact at the end of the camping trip. I thought it was such a clever idea for a quickie bag, 1 just had to pass it on. — Heloise * • • LETTER OF LAUGHTER DEAR HELOISE: Sometimes when I'm ironing that endless basket of shirts for my lovable hubby, I despair the SOap. cu"»r lorine City Engineer, in iho Cily of Now I just dampen the thread S££K£« n« w wi SSJ,t and hold it against the SOap, City Cleit-TrcasurorotMlU city. rolling it with my fingers. B "" "••" M " lea >" tlw lcrm p'*'"""" 1 Seems to seal and stiffen the thread so it goes through the needle easier. — P.C. STATE OF INDIANA) ISS: COUNTY OF CASS ,} IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OFCEUA KENNARD, DECEASED NOTICE OF SALEOF flGAl. ESTATE TO NQN-flESlDENTS Estate No, P7M74 , tn the Caw Circuit Court. Term 1977 BE IT KNOWN, thai on this 22nd day of September. 1975. the Admlnisirilm, ty tier attorney, Lynn O'Nflfil, filed in the Cass Circuit Court. » Petition to Sell the following described real estate to-wii: The Norm ha|l of Lot Number 50 in the W. H.'Standloy Addition ID (he City of Logangport, Cass Courtly. liO/ana. more commonly known as b> ti» imii«ii» sun Boara oi Accounts >na shall conuin such sialemoms as are DEAR HELOISE: ' To keep small area rugs from slipping buy a piece of V foam rubber. Cut to fit and place under the rug. It will never slide... — Mrs. F. Koch or certified check in the amount o! at least 10% ol bid shall be HIM with each bid. The Board ol Public Works and Safety reserves the righl to reject any ana or all bids. DATED at Looanspari, Indiana, iho 5th Cily ol Logansport, Inc'tena Martin Eugene Monahan Mayor Robert D.Mlnnick City Engineer together wlih an affidavit thai Ihe heirs hereinafter named arc not residents of the Slate ol Indiana, to-wtf: MrS: DoriS VI0US John Richard Vlgus Jackie White Jarto Wilson Said heirs are therefore hereby notified of (he filing and pendency of said petition, and inal unless they appear and.answer or demur thereto, al the calling of said cause at the Court House in the City of Logan- spon, Cass County, Slate of Indiana, on the 3isi day of October, 1$77, said petition will be head and determined in their absence. WITNESS the Clerk and Seal ol said Court, this 3rd day ol October. 1977. Randolph G, unning Clark, Cass Circuit Court NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS THE STATE OF INDIANA. CASS COUNTV, SS; CASS CIRCUIT COURT OP INDIANA. J977 TERM No C77-490 ' ' THE LOGANSPORT SAVINGS AND tOAN ASSOCIATION. Loganspart. Indiana vs. FREDERICK JAMES PETERS and AUDREY JEAN PETERS BE IT KNOWN, that on this 26th day of September in the year 1977, the above named plaintiff by its Attorneys itleti In tfie • office ol me derfc o) Ihe Cass Circuit Couri its complaint against the defendants in trio above entitled cause, together with an a( : (Wavli of a competent person ihat the defendants hofoinafier nameo are not residents of the Staio ol Indiana, towit: Frederick James Peters and Audrey Jean Peters. That a complaint has been filed • against the above-named individuals on a foreclosure ol certain notes and mortgages on thy foliowtng-descnbed real estate, lowit: Lot No, &3 In Woodlawn Addition to the City of Logansporf, Cass County. Indiana, Said defendants are therefore hereby notified ol the tiling and pendency ol wd complain! against them, and that unless they appear and answer or demur thereto, , at the calling of said cause at the Court House in (he City of Logansporti In Cass County, in the Stale ol Indiana, on the 1st day of December. 1977. and said Complaint and the mailers and things therein contained and alleged, win be heard and determined in thai/ absence. WITNESS the Clerk and Seal of said Court, this 26th day of September, 1977. Randolph G. t-anntng Clerk Caas Circuit Court Hanna, Small. 'Sabatirtl & decker Attorneys for Plaintiff 208 Fourth Street Logansport, Indiana 46947 •> in person! 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