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   Logansport Pharos-Tribune and Press (Newspaper) - February 24, 1975, Logansport, Indiana                                Pinros-Trlbunn I. Press, Logansport, ma. I Pharos Flashes Nine Killed On State Highways Monday, February 24. 1975 ERA Finds In Many Chambers By United Press International Nine persons were killed in No, the courthouse is not in mourning and the flag there is not at half-staff. County Auditor Mishia Wood said she has been receiving inquiries because the flag has been flying five feet below the top of the flagpole. Indiana "traffic during a rain- The explanation is that the pulley at the top of the flagpole 75 drenched weekend, raising the feet above the ground broke. When an attempt was made to put fjve-day toll to 19 and the 1975 up a new pulley with the aid of the fire department's extension death total to 120 compared-with ladder, it was found that the ladder would only reach a height qf 70 feet. The commissioners have decided to enlist the aid of the Wolf Construction company's big crane to cut the flagpole down five feetsoifthe pulley again breaks it can be replaced by the use of the fire truck. Ford Sees Vote Unable To Halt Oil Import Costs Interreligious Consultations, a conference in Bloomington to confront the crisis in public morality, has established a formal organization. The president, appropriately enough, is the Rev. Duane SINN (Terre There evidently are more Democrat judges in the state than there are Democrat county auditors. Because of difficulty in Carroll County last year in filling a vacancy on the county council when the. remaining six coun- cilmen were evenly divided politically, State Rep. Nelson Becker introduced a bill this year to have the county auditor cast the deciding vote in such cirumstances, just as the law already provides a tie is broken in filling a vacancy on the county board of commissioners. However, the Democrat majority in the House committee to which the bill was assigned changed it to read that the judge would cast the deciding vote rather than the auditor, who nor- mally meets with the council and is more familiar with its business. The change wouldn't make any difference in Carroll County because both the auditor and the judge are Republicans. Representative Becker was one of the SO House members who voted for the bill requiring that at least half of the toilets in any- public establishment be free. There was somelevity during the debate on that bill. One of its backers was Rep. Marilyn Schultz. Bloomington teacher, who recently filed a sex discrimination charge against the Columbia club because it wouldn't serve her in its men-only dining room, When she complained about another public establishment having 15 pay toilets and only one free toilet, one of the other representatives said she should have gone to the Columbia club. Representatives of Henry County Memorial hospital (New Castle) have just signed a contract to provide 20 beds for in- patient services and also certain out-patient services for Comprehensive Mental Health Services nf East Central, In- diana, Inc. The services are part of those to be offered to Henry, Jay, and Delaware County residents as part of a comprehensive mental health center. The same size facility is being sought here at Memorial hospital for Cass, Fulton, Miami, and Pulaski Counties. Tax Information Sought To Aid Tornado Victims 143 a year ago. At least one of the deadly weekend accidents, a three- fatality crash near Bedford was blamed on a rain-slippery'high- way surface'. Mrs. Rhonda Taylor, her daughter, Melissa; 4 weeks, and Robert SLerans, 7, all of were killed. Police said a car in which the Sterans boy was riding with six other persons skidded sideways out of control into the path of Mrs. Taylor's car on Indiana 37 north of Mitchell in Lawrence County Saturday afternoon. Another triple-fatality wreck killed Douglas R. Johnson Jr., 22, a South Bend policeman; Leon Van Hoedt, 62, and Richard C. Graveel, All three lived in Mishawaka. -It hap- pened early Sunday two miles west of Granger on Indiana 23 in St. Joseph County, State police said Johnson was speeding and his car was being pursued by a trooper when the wreck hap- pened. William R. Hoffman, ;I4, Lebanon, was killed Saturday when his car collided with another on a Clinton County road east of Frankfort. The other driver was Merrill Fish- back, 44, Frankfort, who was injured, along with his wife. Lois, 45. Mrs. Mary J. Unruh, 40, Muncie, was killed Sunday when her car was struck by another in Muncie at a street intersection. The other driver, Pamela Miers, 17, Muncie, told- police her accelerator stuck. Police said her car was traveling 80 miles an hour. An early Saturday wreck near Rockport on U.S. 231 in Spencer County killed Joseph L. Garrett, 27, Drakesboro, Ky. WASHINGTON, (UPI) Final ratification of the.. Equal Rights Amendment, outlawing any law that discriminates on the basis of sex, may not come until 1970 -if then. The amendment has been rejected by legislative cham- bers in Oklahoma, Arizona, Fredi Wechsler, ERA expert for the National Women's Political Caucus; said five of the recent defeats Nevada, Utah, Indiana and Georgia within one week. U'ah' Capitol Hill say the vote will be The President heads was defeated by a Senate committee in Indiana and .buried by committee action in Virginia and Louisiana. Only North Dakota has ap- proved ERA in 1975 year proponents had originally predicted it would go into .the Constitution, Four more legisla- filial state to ratify.. "Now it's lures must vote "yes" to make going to be .push all the the .necessary-38, states for ratification. It will die If it is not ratified by 1973. she -said.' "The chances just don't look as good as they did in January that it's going to be ratified this year." A pro-ERA coalition of women's groups now-is focusing lobbying efforts in five states which are expected to vote on the amendment this year. County Illinois and Missouri are un- police officer 'Leon Riley has derstood to be leaning toward resigned his position. ratification of ERA. North Sheriff Dale MacCurdy said Carolina, South Carolina and Saturday that Riley, an eight Florida are in doubt. Carroll Deputy Resigns Post By HELEN THOMAS promised veto and delay the Tournament on Wednesday. On UPI White'House Reporter per barrel charge on crude oil the schedule are more speeches WASHINGTON (UPI) that otherwise will be in effect in favor of his proposals. President Ford is optimistic by April 1, Congress has finally Meanwhile, his aides and allies that Congress will be unable to begun working on its own will be working for enough votes delay the additional oil import economy-energy program, but to stop the veto, which hari it ail it ctJS-ts that he established as an il' 's within the framework Ford congressional sources expect by ,J tiw, that chrfiirf energy conservat'9n measure- proposed: an immediate tax cut Friday evening. .e IIKC tnai, sne said. A1) tne head count.s. taken on and tax reductions for 1975. Asked about the veto's to timing, Ford said, "We're close, but there will be the two- Florida Tuesday to play in the thinking about it." thirds needed to override a Jackie Gleason" Celebrity Golf "I'm always an President responded Sunday to a question about whether his veto would be preserved. The question came as reporters praised an earlier prediction, made as he went to church in Alexandria, Va., in a pouring rain, that the skies would clear so he could practice golf. SAN CLEMENTS, Calif. Reagan and his wife, Nancy and xne rain stopped and Ford (UPI) Richard Nixon was singer Frank Sinatra. played 12 holes. Ford practiced back in seclusion at his Hope described Nixon as both approach shots and chip oceanfrorit villa today after being in "only fair spirits" and snots before teeing off. "I need spending a "sentimental eve- looking "as if he needed a lot. of the work on my short he ning1' with some of his'famous rest." said, "i need to practice for friends at a party given in his "He wasn't as light-hearted honor. as I've known him to be in the the comedian said. "And The former president spen a that was rather sad for me five-day, visit at the Palm was a very sentimental next year. That is certainly a real possibility now. The op- position seems to be strong." Mary Brooks, ERA specialist for the League of Women Voters, said the five defeats destroyed any possibility of a "bandwagon" rush to be the Nixon Returns To Seclusion Desert, Calif, estate of mil- eveninR.-, Hope added. "Con- honaire publisher Walter An- siderjng everything, the cir- year member of the force, Two of the 34 states that ratified nenberg. The visit culminated cumstances and all I think announced his resignation ERA, Tennessee and Nebraska with a dinner party Saturday everything Went pretty well Friday, The resignation will be have since voted to rescind that action ERA force in proponents contend cannot be effective March Riley joined the August of 1967. In his resignation, Riley stated he was quitting the force for "personal The sheriff also said he will be accepting applications for the vacancy at his office im- mediately, Qualifications for the deputy post include being 21 to 40 years of age and a high school graduate. done. More support came Sunday from Commerce Secretary Frederick Dent, who said in Lexington, that unemploy- ment would reach 8.2 per cent. "The most important thing that can happen to the nation now is night, attended by such notables presi- to Put a fuse the Congress to as Bob Hope and his wife, firsf experience socially fhe said- "If fey former California Gov. Ronald since he left thg white House defer action for 90 days, we'll never get it." Business Travelers 'PARIS (UPI) Air France says frequent business travel- ROCHESTER-The Fulton County Disaster Assistance Council will provide a free tax clinic for tornado victims. The clinic will be March 1.4 show proof of loss to personal and real property as a result of the tornado last April, Information which the tax- payer should prepare before the United States to Pans. The morning flights, it said, allows businessmen to work aboard the ne and arr ive in tune fora prepare a tax return, it will be necessary for the taxpayer to and 15 at the city council coming to the clinic includes the chambers at city hall. nature of the casualty and when In order to do a proper job of it occurred; proof that the loss mornmS' helping the tornado victim was the direct result of the casualty: proof of ownership of the property; cost of property and improvements evidenced by" contracts, deeds, checks, etc.; depreciation taken, if any; value before and after the casualty; and the amount of insurance or other com- pensation received or recoverable, including the value of repairs, restoration and cleanup provided without Buy Unpointed the following Calculator Taken In Burglary At Bunker Kill UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (UPI) In these days of rising prices, you may find it difficult to buy all the furniture you need. If that is true, extension specialists at the Pennsylvania State University suggest you consider unfinished wood pro- ducts. They say money can be saved by buying furniture which hasn't been painted, stained or lacquered. There arc many companies manufacturing un- finished furniture and hundreds of unfinished items on the market. Before you buy, compare what is available. Then make your decision after checking prices, construction quality, furniture stability and appearance. Giant Puzzle LONDON (UPI) A jigsaw Dame. Several senior students of Notre Dame will assist with the clinic. Tornado victims who must puzzle of giant pieces will file income tax papers before be constructed in Trafalgar March 15 are advised to prepare Square March 31st to raise form 4868 for an extension of million for charity. Each piece time. Form 4868 can be obtained of the jigsaw has been spon- at the post office. sored for The money Further information may be raised will go to the National obtained by calling the Disaster Children's homes. Assistance Center. BUNKER broke into Harrison's Gas and Grocery Store here Friday night and stole a calculator valued at Store owner Tom Harrison cost by disaster relief agencies, reported the break-in to State In addition to the casualty Trooper Dave Redding at 9 a.m. losses discussed above, a Saturday as he was opening for taxpayer may itemize medical business. Entry to the building and dental expenses, taxes, was made by breaking a win- contributions, interest clow on the building's west side, deductions, child care and Trooper Redding said, disabled dependent care. The business is located at the alimony, and others. intersection of U.S. 31 and Ind. Those taxpayers who elect to 218. itemize should have with them _____________ evidence of such deduction in the form of cancelled chocks, receipts and so forth. The free clinic will be con- ducted under the supervision of Dr. Kenneth Milan! and James L. Wittenbach, both professors of the University of Notre NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA iss: COUNTY OP CASS IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT 1975 TERM P75-33 Cause Number NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that Bonnie L. Hunim was, on 20th day of February. 1975. appointed Ad- ministratrix of the Estate of Larry Lee Humm, deceased. All persons having claims against. said estate, whether of not now due, musl file the same in said court within six (6) months from !he dote of fhe first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Logansoort, Indians, this !0th day of February, 1975. Fores' H. Montgomery Clerk o; the Circuit Court for Cass County Indiana Hanno, Small, Sabatlni Becker Attorneys for Estate Sale Calendar Feb. Wilmo Feb. Furniture..................H. Rehm Mar. Fickle..................Roy Crumc Mar. Sawmill Auction...........Col. Couch Mar. Auction Room ..............Teel Mar. General Store...............Nulf Mar. 1 Townsend...........Angle Aaron NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY, THEODORE I. SENDAK ATTORNEY GENERAL Pursuant lo Chapter 253 of the Acts ot 1967. notice Is hereby given (hot Ihe persons listed beiow appear to be the owners of intcinpiblo personal property which hot. been presumed abandoned. Information concerning the amount or description of the property and the name and address of the holder may be obtained by persons having an interest in such abandoned property by writing to THEODORE L. SENDAK, AT- TORNEY GENERAL. UNCLAIMED PROPERTY SECTION. P. O. Box 44633. INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA 46244. giving the name, address (if and account number os published in this notice. Unless proof of claim is presented to the holder and the owner's right such prop-, orty it established to the holder's satisfaction before April 28, 1975, the property will be placed in the custody of the State, Thereafter all further claims must be directed to the Attorney General. The addresses below are in the City of Logcnsport and the Stale of Indiana unless otherwise stated. County 09 Cass Name Addran Account No. CEHardin R Logoniport Gerald Jordan 91S St. Logansport 0479900036 Jay Snider K R 2 Royql 0475100001 Notice STATE Or INDIANA) )SS: -COUNTY OF CASS ERRETT M. FITCH, Plflintill vs. Community. State Bank of Royal Center, Indiana, as executor of the purported last will and testament of Clyde O, Fitch, deceased, and Harry L. Flthc, defendants in the Cass Circuit Court 1975 TERM CAUSE NO.'C 75-90. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT The plaintiff having tiied his complaint herein to contest the purported will of Clyde G. Fitch dated February 10, 1973, together with an affidavit that Harry L, Fitch, a defendant thereto Is not a resident of this state and that the oOiect of the said action Is to try and cctermlne tho validity of the said will under which the said defendant cieims as a beneficiary. NOW THEREFORE, the defen- dant Harry L, Fitch, in the entitled ceuse Is hereby nctif iod Ihtt! unless ho be and appear in Ihe Cass Circuit Court in the Courthouse in the City of Logansporl, Indiana, in said county and state, to answer or respond to said'complaint within thirty (30) days-after the last notice of this action is published judgment by default may be entered atjainst him for'the relief demanded in the said complaint. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and the Seal of this Court this 13th day of February, Forest H. Montgomery? Clerk, Cass Circuit Court Robert S. Justice Attorney for the Plaintiff 7th Market Streets Logansport, Indiana 46947 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS THE STATE OF INDIANA, CASS COUNTY SS: CASS CIRCUIT COURT OF IN- DIANA, 1975 TERM JAMES E. FORD JUANITA FORD VS. ROBERT A. BUCHANAN, ET AL CAUSE NO. C75-107 COMPLAINT TO OUIET TITLE TO REAL ESTATE BE-IT KNOWN, that on this 20fh day of February, in the year 1975, the above named plaintiffs by their Attorney filed in the office of the Clerk of Cass Circuit Court their complaint against the defendants in the above entitled cause, together with an affidavit of a competent person that the defendants Hereinafter named are not residents of the State of Indiana, to-wlt: Robert A. Buchanan; Quincy M, Guy and Margaret E. Guy, his wife; Quincy1 M. Guy, Guardian of' Margaret E. Guy; Fred H. White and Jessie C. White, his wife; George D. Jamison .and Fern E, Jamison, his wife; The unknown husbands, wives, widows, Widowers, surviving spouses, heirs, legatees, devlst-os, representatives, grontees children, descendants, mortgagees, creditors, administrators, executors, trustees, receivers, guardians, successors, lessees, and assigns, and upon and against all persons claiming'from, through or under them or either of them, if deceased, of all persons above named, all persons, associations! partnerships, partners, trustees, assigns, representatives, suc- cessors, corporations, or who assert any title or claim upon cr interest in the real estate herein described, all women once known by any of the names or designations above stated, whose names may have been changed and the names ot all the spouses of persons above described and designated as defendants to Ihls action who are married arid whose names are unknown to plaintiffs. Said defen. dants are hereby further notified that this proceeding is prosecuted to quiet title to Ihe lends mentioned and described in sale! complaint as acjoinst all demands, claims and claimants whatsoever, which lands are situated In the County of Cass, Slfttc of Indiana, and more lully described as follows: All that part of the East half of Ihe Northeast quarter of Section Five, Township North, Range Two East of the Second Principal Meridian, lyinn south of the Old Laketown Road, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the southeast corner of said East half and running thence north along the east line thereof, eighty-five rods more or less; thence west along said Laketown Road forty six rods, more or less, to where said road turns; thence south forty-five and 3' ohalf degrees west forty-nine and a half rods; more-or less, to the west line of said East half of the Northeast quarter; thence south along said west line fifty- one rods, more'or less, to the southwest corner of said East halt; thence east along the south line thereof eighty-two rods, more or less, to the place of beginning, containlng'thirty- nine' ?nd sixty-three 'nun- 'dradths seres, more or less, being in Clay Township, Cass County, Indiana; ALSO cast Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Five. Township Twenty-seven North, Range Two East, except therefrom .Ten Acres of equal width olf of the South end of said Tract, leaving Seventy (70) acres, more or less, EXCEPTING That part of the East one half of the Southeast "quarter ot Section 5; Township '57 North, Range 2 described as follows: COM- MENCING at a point on the East line of. said Section, 5, .20- rods, North of the" Southeast; cornerof said Section 5; thence northerly along said section line, 100 feet; thence West- wardly 80 rods parallel with, the south line of section 5, thence south on a line parallel with the East line of. said' Sections. 100 feet; thence East BO rods to the place of begin- ning, all located, in Clay Township, Coss County, In- diana. Said defendants therefore hereby notified of the [ilinq and pendency of said complaint against them, and tnat uniesr, they appear and answer or demur at the calling.ol said the Court House In the City ot Logansport, in Cass County, in the State of Indiana, on the 23rd day ol April, 1975, said complaint and the matters and things therein contained and alleged, will be heard, and determined in their absence, WITNESS Ihe Clerk and Seal of said Court, this 20th day of February, 1975. Forest H.Montgomery Clerk of Coss Circuit Court Charles K. Michael Attorney for Plaintiff Notice STATE OF INDIANA) ISS: COUNTY OF CASS' Cause Number P 75.22 IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT 1975 TERM, NOTICEOF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that Ruth Reidelbach was, on 5th day of February, 1975, appointed Executrix ol the Estate of JOHN T. REIDELSACH, deceased. Ali persons having claims agoinst estate, whether or not now due, must file the same In said court within six (61 months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred, Daledat Logansport, Indiana, this 5th day of February, 1975. Forest H, Montgomery Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Hanna, Small, Sabatini Becker Attorneys for Estate Notice STATE OF INDIANA) ISS: COUNTY OF CASS i IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT JANUARY TERM, 1975 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION .Notice is hereby given that Richard T. Brink was, ontheSthday of February, 1975, appointed Executor of the Last Will and Testament and Codicil thereto of LEO J. KLEiN, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in seid court within six '61 months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Datedat Logansport, Indiana, this 5th day of February, 1975. Forest H, Montgomery Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Richard A. Molique 212 4th Street Logansporf, Indiana -16947 Attorney for Estate Notice STATE OF INDIANA) ISS: COUNTY OF CASS IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT 1975'TERM NOTICEOF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that Dollie M. Bender was. on 13 day of February, Executrix of the Estate of William D. Thomas, deceased. All persons having clrtims against said estate, whether or not now flue, must file the same in said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will Be forever barred. Datedat Logansport, Indiana, this 13 day ol February, 1975. Forest H, Montgomery Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Charles K. Michael 214 Fourth Street Logansport, Attorney for Estate Notice S'i ATE OF INDIANA) ISS: COUNTY OF CASS I Cause Number P 75.24 IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT 197S TERM NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that Her- bert D. Bowman was, on 5th day of February, 1975, appointed Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Paul S. Fair, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether .or not now due, must file the same in said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Datedat Logansport, Indiana, this 5th day ot February, 1975. Forest H. Montgomery Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Hanna, Small, Sabatlni 8. Becker Attorneys for Estate A National Bank Checking Account is your personal money manager. It may just help your money go farther.   

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