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r -t -' s ' ' ' v v v v v v v y v y v v y v V V v y -y v v V v -v vx-v- v y V V -" v V - v - v ' -WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS 19'. -THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR PAGE 46 OBITUARIES Arthur Coblentz, Former State Legislator, Dies STAR STATE REPORT North Manchester, Ind. Arthur P. Coblentz, 77, North Manchester, a former member of the Indiana Senate and House of Representatives, died yesterday in Wabash County Hospitad. Mr. Coblentz, a Republican, served as a state senator from 1941 to 1948 and from 1957 to 1960. He served in the House from 1965 to 1970. He was former owner and operator of Coblentz and Son Farm Machinery and GMC Trucks at Liberty Mills. He was a former Wabash County commissioner and served in the Army during World War I. He was a past president of the Indiana Farm Implement Dealers Association and a member of Scottish Rite and Murat Shrine. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Fri- Samuel Shank Services for Samuel E. Shank, 40 Hagerstown, a former resident of Indianapolis, will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Hendryx Mortuaries Cumberland Chapel. Burial will be in Washington Park East Cemetery. He was killed Monday when a truck on which he was making repairs fell on him at New Paris, Ohio. He was an employe of N a t i o n a 1 Trux-N-Parts Company of Richmond, and was a veteran of the war in Vietnam. He was a member of the John Birch Society. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Margie Shank; five children, Samuel Gene Shank of Fort Hood, Tex., Mrs. Zodia Manner of Muncie, and Roger, Bruce and Patricia Shank, all at home; and his parents, Irvin L. Shank of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Eva I. Shank of Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Ruth M. Messer Mrs. Ruth Marie Coffey Messer, 81, Beech Grove, widow of Adam P. Messer, died yesterday in a Beech Grove nursing home. A native of Lincoln County, Ky., she lived in Beech Grove 56 years. Mrs. Messer was a member ; of the Daughters of the American Rev-: olution. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Little and Sons Beech Grove Funeral Home. Burial will be in ' Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. An-gie Board and Mrs. Nina Battiato, both of Indianapolis, Mrs. Rosemary Newkirk of Bedford and Mrs. Margaret Moore of Madison, and five sons, Bowen, Robert and William Messer, all of Beech Grove, and Walter and Charles Messer, both of Indianapolis. Charles J. Weltrick Charles J. Wettrick, 71, 124 East Pleasant Run Parkway, North Drive, a bread route salesman for American Bakeries Company 80 years until retiring in 1967, died yesterday in St. Francis Hospital Center. A lifelong Indian-polis resident, he was a member of St. John Catholic Church and the Indianapolis Oldtimers Club. Services will be held at 9:15 a.m. Thursday in Daniel F. O'Riley Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. in th church. Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Emma A. Neesen' Wettrick, and a son, Charles J. Wettrick of Indianapolis. Donald L. Gulleit Donald L. Gullett, 44, 1516 Manhattan Avenue, a machinist, died yesterday in Westview Osteopathic Medical Hospital. Born in Logan County, W.Va., he lived in Indianapolis 12 years and was employed at Schwitzer Engineered Components 11 years. Mr. Gullett was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Services will be .held at 11:30 a.m. Friday in Conkle Lyndhurst Chapel, with burial in Floral Park Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Joyce A.-Gullett, and a son, Robert D. Gullett of Indianapolis. Mrs. Virginia Shobe Services for Mrs. Virginia Pruitt Shobe, 89, who died Monday in her home at 1635 Nelson Street, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in Craig Funeral Home, with burial in New Crown Cemetery. The widow of Plas Shobe, she was born in Adair County, Kentucky and lived here 78 years. She was a member of Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church and its senior choir and was a charter member of the Jolly 16 Birthday Club. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Armetta F. Rogers of Indianapolis. Mrs. Essie Broivn Mrs. Essie M. Reeves Brown, 85, 115 Norfh Bosart Avenue, widow of William R. Brown, (Red yesterday at home. Born at Seymour, she lived in Indianapolis 65 years and was a sales clerk at the former Star Store from 1938 to 1960 when she retired. Mrs. Brown was a 56-year member of En-glewood Christian Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the church's library fund. Survivors include her daughter, Mrs. W.G. Entrek-in of Wanahamaker. Mrs. Marie Crawley Mrs. Marie E. Cox Crawley, 81, a retired seamstress and lifelong Indianapolis resident, died yesterday in a local nursing home. She was a member of Bethel Faith Temple Church. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in G. H. Herrmann South East Street Funeral Home, with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery. Survivors include her sister, Mrs. Mabel Aumann of Indianapolis. day in the Bender Funeral Home here with burial in Fail-view Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs Bernice Coblentz; a son, Max Coblentz of Montgomery; Ala., and a daughter, Mrs. H. P. (Gerry) Schnnep of Pratt- ville, Ala. Henry D. Griswell Services Conducted Services for Henry D. Griswell, 63, owner and operator of Griswell Heat ing and Cooling Company, were held yesterday in the Gothic Chapel in Crown Hill Cemetery. A native of Atlanta, Ga.. he died Saturday at home. Mr. Griswell was a charter member of the Historic Landmarks Foundation and was a member of Meridian Street United Methodist Church, Irvington Masonic Lodge, Murat Shrine and Scottish Rite. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Roush Griswell; a son, Ste phen Griswell, and a daughter, Miss Carol K. Griswell, all of Indianapolis, Mrs. Anna Bryant Mrs. Anna M. Marby Bryant, 88, 7916 High Street, a lifelong Indianapo lis resident and widow of Hal B Bryant, died yesterday in a local nurs ing home. She and her husband had owned the former Bryant Grocery Store at 49th and Pennsylvania streets. Mrs. Bryant retired from the store 25 years ago but retained ownership of the building housing the store and other business establishments. She was a life member of the Soroptimist Club and the Order of the Eastern Star. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Flanner and Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary, with cremation following. Survivors include two sisters' Mrs. Lydia Irwin of Indianapolis and Mrs. E. Bartlett Brooks of Kettering, Ohio. Charles Sigmund Charles Sigmund, 80, a lifelong Indianapolis resident and retired landscapes died yesterday in a local nursing home. He was employed by Frits Loonsfen Inc. 10 years, retiring in 1959. Mr. Sigmund was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church and an Army veteran of World War I. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Conkle Speedway Funeral Home, with burial in Floral Park Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Florence J. Sigmund, and five daughters, Mrs. Marjorie C. Baker, Mrs. Barbara J. Grable, Mrs. Martha Ottin-ger and Mrs. Gertrude Bernhardt, all of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Maxine Wyn-koop of Pittsboro. George A. Moore Services for George A. Moore, 33, 1454 South Moreland Avenue, a lifelong Indianapolis resident, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Farley West Morris Street Chapel. Entombment will be in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens Mausoleum. He died Monday in a Hanover nursing home. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lufford Moore of Indianapolis; two brothers, James Moore of Brandon, Fla. and Wade Moore of Johnstown, Pa., and two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Wehrman of Terre Haute and Mrs. Lorraine Roberts of Indianapolis. Patricia L. Mosley Patricia Lynn Mosley, 20 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Mosley, 11544 Colony Wood Drive, Cumberland, died yesterday in James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Jordan Funeral Home, with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Besides her parents, she is survived by a brother, Joseph Mosley Jr., and a sister, Wanda Elizabeth Mosley, both at home. Mrs. Nellie Parrish Services for Mrs. Nellie Riggs Parrish, 98, 7829 Indiana Lake Road, will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapei, with burial in Crown Hill Cemetery. She died Monday in a local nursing home. A native of Greencastle, Mrs. Parrish lived in Indianapolis 65 years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Wilma J. Strode of Indianapolis. Dr. Oclander Killed In Spain In Car Accident Word has been received here of the death of Dr. Gregorio Oclander, 59, in an automobile accident Thursday near Malaga, Spain. A native of Argentina and an Indianapolis resident 21 years, Dr. Oclander served in the medical service department of Eli Lilly & Co. for 20 years and was on medical leave at the time of his death. He was buried in Spain. Dr. Oclander, a graduate of the University of Buenos Aires, was a member of the Amerjcan Medical As sociation and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Surviving are a son, George Oclander of Bloomington, and two daughters, Mrs. Monica Skinner of Lake-wood, Ohio and Miss Patricia Oclander of Indianapolis. Ralph E. Jones Ralph E. Jones, 72, 4923 .Rockville Road, a routemian 21 years for Kar-stadt-Reed Cleaners and Shirt Laundry, before his retirement in 1971, died yesterday in Hendricks County Hospital. A native of Oklahoma and an Indianapolis resident most of his life, Mr. Jones was a member of Indianapolis Baptist Temple and the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 17. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in the church, with entombment in Floral Park Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday in Singleton and Hen-Madison Avenue Mortuary. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Pearl Jones; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Coonce of Noblesville and Mrs. Helen Warmoth of Mooresville, and two sons, Robert Jones of Indianapolis and Raymond E. Jones of Jackson, Miss. Mrs. Mary Reddel Mrs. Mary Day Reddel, 2144 North Cole Street, a file supervisor at the Detroit Diesel Allison Division of General Motors Corporation for 25 years, retiring in 1967, died yesterday in Wishard Memorial Hospital. A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Mrs. Reddel was a member of the Kensington American Auxiliary. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Flanner and Buchanan Speedway Mortuary, with burial in Washington Park East Cemetery. Sur viving is her daughter, Mrs. Rosemary Diann O'Connor of Indianapolis. Funeral Notices Services) BERTERMANN, Mrs. Mary N. BRYANT, Mn. Anna An. CARTER, Mr. Rodnev ELDER, Rev. Dr. Donild E. ISKE, Mr. Alvln G. MILLER, Mr. Robert F. OGLE, Mrs. Edna P. PERKINS, Mrs. Goldle REDDELL, Mrs. Mary Day STEVENS, Mr. Walter IFLANNERXBUCHANANJ Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES Notice It hereby qtvf n (tie taxoevers ol Beech Grove Civil Citv or Town, Merlon County, Indiana, that the common council or town board, at the regular meeting piece, on the 28th dey of Auguet, 177, will consider trie 'j5JjbjgT7MATe (Complete detail of budget estimate may be eeen In the office ol Controller or Clerk-Treasurer) ucncnm. runu )))) ( SvUMfMjSl Mrs. Irene Poivell Danville, Ind. Mrs. Irene Pow ell, 92, Danville, widow of Hardie M. Powell, died yesterday in a home at Danville. She once taught art at the for mer Central Normal College and was an organist for , the Danville Methodist Church. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the Baker Funeral Home here, with burial in Danville South Cemetery. Teletype Inventor E. E. Kleinschmidt Dead At Age 101 Canaan, Conn. (AP) Edward E. Kleinschmidt, inventor of the teletype writer which carries news to all corners of the world, died Tuesday. He was 101. Born in Bremen, Germany, Kleinsch midt pioneered the transmission of words through telephone wires to tele type printers, which reinterpret the signals into typewriten copy. Dr. John R. Eliott of Canaan, Kleinschmidt's physician and a longtime friend, said the cause of death was arteriosclerotic heart disease. Kleinschmidt died at Geer Memorial Skilled Nursing Home where he had been a resident for about a month. El iott said Kleinschmidt had remained active until his death. He lived in Salisbury, Conn., during the summer and in Miami during the winter. He would have been 102 next month. On his 100th birthday, Kleinschmidt was honored by news executives from around the world at a diner near his summer home to honor him for his contribution to the dissemination of news to the public. Services are scheduled Friday here. Burial will be in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is survived by his widow, Elean- ora Heck Kleinschmidt, one daughter, and 13 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 7 Death Notices ABRON ' Ricky Abron age 16, 904Arnolda, Passed away Sunday. Son of Matthew Abron and Mrs. Connie Abron, brother of Matthew Jr. Milton, Tally and Shon, Angela and Carolyn Abron, prandson of Mrs. Lucy Love, Mr. and Mrs, James Darden, services Friday 1 p.m. Friendship Baptist Church, Burial Floral Park. Calling Thursday after 6 p.m. at Western Star Baptist Church. Arrangements by WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME. AMICK Joseph C. W. Amick, age 61, Mt. Gitead Rd., Morgan County, husband of Lillian, father of Mrs. Karen Sue Chambers, Mooresville RR, Joseph Jr., Morgan County, brother of Mrs. Betty Johnson, Martinsville and Lester Amick, city, also 6 granddaughters and 1 great-grandson. Funeral service, 1 p.m., Friday. Friends may call at the FARLEY WEST MORRIS STREET CHAPEL after 7 p.m., Wednesday. AMIDON Master Sgt. Mollis Dewey Aml-don USAF Retired, age 78, Of 7913 Marten Ct. S. Husband of Mrs. Rebecca Amidon, brother of Herbert and Horace Amidon, Mrs. Hester Proffitt, Mrs. Helene Gal-ey, Mrs. Harriette Allen, and Miss Henrietle Amidon, Funeral Thursday August 11, 1 p.m. SHIRLEY BROS DREXEL CHAPEL, 4165 E. loth St. Calling Wednesday from 2 to 9 p.m. 1 Death Notices BERTERMANN Mrs. Maryan W. Bertermann mother of Mrs, Wendy Block Marfzolf, and Mrs. Debby Sutton, sister of Mrs. Robert Nixon, grandmother of 5. passed away Sunday, Funeral Wednesday morning 11 o'clock FLANNER AND BUCHANAN BROAD RIPPLE MORTUARY. Friends may calt. Memorial contributions may be made to the Polio. Cancer or Heart Fund. BRANNEMAN Basil B. Branneman age 59, of C I o v e r d a I e, brother of Jewell (Jude) Branneman, Uncle of Barbara Mann, and Beverly Fisher, Funeral Thursday 11 a.m. WHI-TAKER FUNERAL HOME, Cloverdale. BROOKS Marilyn J. Brooks, age 42, 5333 W. Jackson St. Wife of Robert D. Brooks, mother of Robert Gary, Jeffery James, Karen Ann, Kay Lynn, and Jillene Sue Brooks, Daughter of Ruby E. Hiner, sister of James M. Miner, Shir lee O. Kelly and Marcia L. Gibboney, 1 grandchild passed away Sunday. Services Wednesday 11:30 aNi, CONKLE FUNERAL HOME SPEEDWAY CHAPEL, 4925 W. Hth St. Friends invited. Friends may call at funeral home Want-Ads, 633-1212 1 Death Notices BROWN Mrs. Essie M. Brown, age 87, of 115v2 N. Bosart, mother of the late James O. Brown, and Mrs. W. G. (Dorothy) Entrekin, grandmother of W. G. Entrekin 111 and Robert R. Entrekin, 2 greatgrandchildren. Funeral Thursday, August 11, 10 a.m. SHIRLEY BROS IRVING HILL CHAPEL, 5377 E. Wash St. Calling Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Engiewood Christian Church Library Fund. BRYANT Mrs. Anna M. Bryant, 7916 High Dr., sister of Mrs. Lydia Irwin, Mrs. E. Bartlett Brooks, also survived by several nieces and nephews, passed away Tuesday. Funeral Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock, FLANNER & BUCHANAN BROAD RIPPLE MORTUARY. Friends may call 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday. CLARK Mr. Thomas j. Clark, Danville, age 47, passed away suddenly Sunday a.m. Beloved husband of Barbara, fattier of Mrs. Jen Fields Chicago, Tim Clark, Danville, Dan Clark, West Lafayette, and Elizabeth at home. Son of Mrs. Betty Farley, Danville, 1 grandchild. Services 1 p.m. Wednesday BAKER FUNERAL HOME, Danville. Burial South Cemetery. Friends may call. AMIDON, Master Sgt. Holds D. BROWN, Mrs. Essie M. HUFF. Mr. Raymond (Bufch) Jr. PARRISH, Nellie N. PRINCE, Mrs. Gladys SHEEHAN, Mr. John Francis $ 21.965 36.125 108,000 7.120 Board erf Public Wortta a Saafy 275.383 City or Town Half 21,705 Police Department 398,520 Fire Department 405,120 Sanitation Department 114,605 City Garage 5,550 Mavor Clerk-Treasurer . . Common Council Attorney or Legal Department ESTIMATE OF FUNDS TO BE RAISED FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR 1. Total budget estimate for incoming year, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1978, inclusive . 2. Necessary expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appnahoni unexpended . . . . 3. Additional appropriations to be made July 1 to Dee. 31 of present year 4. Outstanding temporary loans to be paid before Dec. 31 of GENERAL FUND Continued) Park Department 5T.TBB Community Service . . 20.594 Total General Fund ; $t ,463.872 Motor Highway Fund 188.134 Federal Rev. Sharing Trust Fund 109.086 Bond i Interest Redemption Fund 20.000 Police Pension Fund 7.466 Firemen's Pension Fund 7,981 I.P.T.C. Fund 20.901 Total of All Funds $ 351,560 General Fund Bond and Int Motor Vehicle Redemption Highway Fund (Fund Police Pension Fund Pension Fund 7 Death Notices CRAWLEY Marie E. Crawley, 81 years, be loved sister of Mable Aumann, passed away Tuesday. Funeral Thursday, io a.m. at the G. H, HERRMANN FUNERAL HOME, 1505 S. East St. Friends may call after 2 p.m., Wednesday, FLEITZ Mary E. FleHz, passed away Tues day. Arrangements by JORDAN rUNtKAL HOME. GULLETT Mr. Donald L. Gullett aoe 44, 1516 S. Manhattan Husband of Joyce A. Gullett, father of Robert D. Gullett, Brother of J m. Har old, Roy, and Dana Gullett, Betty varney, Anary Bellamy and Loret ta Starkey, passed away Tuesday, aemtes rnoay ju a.m. LUN KLE FUNERAL HOME LYN HURST CHAPEL, 1202 S. Lvn nursr or. r-nends invited. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Wednesday. HARRISON Mrs. Lillian I. Harrison, 1043 N, Winfieid. Beloved wife of Ronald tike) Harrison, mother of Mrs. Carole Shotts, Cambv, Ind. Dauoh- icr or nnrs. tterma Leonara, sister of Louis end Harold Leonard, Dor othy Rifner, 2 grandchildren passed away Monday, services Wednesday n:ju a.m. biEVENs chapel OF THE FLOWERS, 5520 W. iutn St. calling anytime. HfNSHAW Mrs. Helen Marie HinshAw. 78 years, R. R. 1 Monrovia, Beloved wite of ira, mother of Allen Eu gene Hinshaw of West Point, Miss. Dwight Hinshaw, Monrovia, Koberr Hinshaw , Plainfieid, Jul Hinshaw, Monrovia and Paul Hinshaw of Monrovia, 14 grand' cfmdren 14 great grandchildren passed away Tuesday. Funeral services 2 p.m. Thursday at the JONES FAMILY MORTUARY M. Rd. 67 at Allison Rd. Friends may call 2 to 9 p.m Wednesday. Interment at the Mooresville Cem- erery. HUFF Mr. Raymond Butch) Huff Jr., age years, 4UU6 Hamostiire Ct. son ot Raymond F. Huff Sr. and oeny Hutf, brolher of June Cox and Kathy Winegardt, grandson of mr. ana wirs. Moms m. Clements. Funeral Wednesday, Aug. 10, 1 p.m., SHIRLEY BROS. IRVING HILL CHAPEL, 5377 E. Wash, St. Catling anytime. HURST Cyril Lonwx Hurst, 914 Main ai. weecn irove. Husband of Bessie Sarah Hurst, father of wti.areo t. f-iacK, 8 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, Services Wednesday 10 a.m LITTLE AND SONS FUNER AL MUM t , 1301 Main St. Beech Grove. Calling anytime. JONES Mrs. Adah Houoh Jones, arte 99. formerly of R. R. 11 Bloomington, ciovcQ morner or LUrner Hough, Gosport, and Benton Hough, R. R. 11 Bloomington and Raymond Hough, Phoenix, grandmother of 12, great grandmother of 13, Funeral services Wednesday 10:30 a.m. WHITAKE R FUNERAL HOME, Gosport. Friends may call. JONES Mr. Ralph E. Jones, age 72, 4923 Rockville Rd., husband of Pearl, father of Mrs. Elizabeth Coonce Jr., Noblesville, Mrs. Helen War-moth, Mooresville, Robert (Bob) Jones, Indpls. and Raymond Eugene Jones, Jackson, Miss., also survived by 14 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, passed away Tuesday. Friends may call at the SINGLETON & HERR MADISON AVENUE MORTUARY, 7520 Madison Ave. after 2 p.m., Thursday. Service, Friday, 10:30 a.m. at the Indpls. Baptist Temple, 2635 s. East St., where friends may call 1 hour prior to service. Entombment Floral Park Cemetery. Loyal Order of Moose Memorial service, Thursday, 8 p.m. MESSER Ruth Marie Messer, formerly of S. 6th Beech Grove. Mother of Angie Board, Rosemary Newkirk, Margaret Moore, Nina Battiato, Bown, Walter, Robert, Charles, and William Messer, also Thomas and Samuel Messer (Deceased) Sister of Alma Statom, 48 grandchildren and 54 great grandchildren. Services Thursday 2 p.m. LITTLE AND SONS FUNERAL HOME, 1301 Main St. Beech Grove. Cali-ing Wednesday 1 p.m. MILLER Mr. Robert F. Mfller, 5100 Du-pont Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Husband of Mrs. Gertrude Schipp- man Miller, brother of Mrs. Lu cille Driscoll, passed away Satur day. Funeral Wednesday afternoon 2 O'clock FLANNER AND BUCHANAN SHADELAND MORTUARY. Friends may call. MEYER Mr. Robert O. Meyer beloved hus band of Geneva H. Meyer, father of William Robert Meyer, Plain- f eld and Peggy Sue Simmons, Danville, brolher of Adele Marsh, 4 grandchildren, passed away Mon day, services 2 p.m., Wednesday at me MALL-BAKtR rUNtKAL nOMc, Plainfieid. Caling any- 5. total Funds Required (Add lines 1. 2. 3 and 4) FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6. Actual balance, June 30th of present year 7 Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec. Settlement) 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of present yeir to Dec 31 ol incoming year Schedules on file a. Special taxes b All other revenue 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6, 7. 8a and 8b) 10. NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5) 11, Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less miscellaneous revenue lor same penod) 12 AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add line 10 and 11) 13. Property Tax Replacement Credit from Local Option Tax 14 NET AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Deduct line 13 from line 12) Nat Taxable Property General Motor Vehicle Highway Bond and Interest Redemption Police Pension Firemen's Pension I.P.T.C. Total $1,463,872 $106,134 $17,557 $26,419 $34,968 623,085 88,066 -O- 7.636 16,512 400,000 -O -0 -0 0 2.486,957 274,190 17,557 34,057 51.500 574,256 49,635 -O- 2,730 2.169 546,203 O 0 0 3,200 131,813 -0 0 0 0 101,742 189,555 0 23,862 38,150 1 ,354.01 4 239, 1 90 -O- 26,592 43,519 1,132.943 35.000 17,557 7,465 7,981 O 0 2,443 -0 0 1,132,943 ' 35.000 20,000 7,465 7,981 -0- -0- -0- , -O- -0- 1,132.943 35.000 20,000 7,465 7.981 I.PT.C. Fund 120.901 LR4S Fund $321,000 62,000 162,282 395,456 PROPOSED LEVIES COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COLLECTED AND TO BE COLLECTED (Tabulate below amount to be collected in present year and mounts collected tn each of the previous three years.) General Motor Vehicle Highway Bond and Interest Redemption Police Pension Firemen's Pension IPTC Total Collected 1975 $885,279 15,244 Collected 1976 $965,063 1,522 $966,565 Levy on Property 3.035 .094 ' .054 .02 .022 .056 3.281 Collected 1977 $1,068,595 6,399 18.186 $1,093,180 $37,323,370 Amount to be Raised $1,132,943 35.000 20,000 7,465 7,981 20,901 $1,224,390 To Be Collected 1978 $1,132,943 35,000 20,000 . 7,465 7,981 20.901 $1,224,290 $900,523 Taxpayers appearing shall have right to be heard thereon. After tax levies have been determined and presented to the county auditor not later than two days poor to the second Monday in September, end the levy fixed by the county tax adjustment board, or on their failure so to do, by the county auditor, ten or more taxpayers fooling themselves aggrieved by such levies, may appeal to the state board of tax commissioners for further and final hearing thereon by filing a petition with the county auditor on or before the tenth day after publication by the county auditor of tax rates charged, and the stats board of tax commissioners will fix a date tor hearing in ttus county. Dated August 5. 1977 . . Betty A Siegmen (Controller or Clerk-Treasurer) S, 8-10. 17) -' 7 Death Notices MOORE florae A. Moore, age 33. Son of Mr. ano wrs. Lutroro woore. Kettle, Ky. Brother of James L Moore, Braden, Fla., Wade Moore, Johnstown, pa., Mrs. Rebecca wenrman, lerre Haute, and Mrs. Lorraine Roberts, city, passed away Monday. Funeral Wednesday aft ernoon, 2 o'clock FARLEY WEST MORRIS 5T. CHAPEL, where friends may visit. MOSLEY Infant Patricia Lvnn Mosley, 1 yr passed away Tuesday a.m. oaugn- of Joseph and Dora Mosley, sister of Joseph 11 and Wanda Elizabeth Mosley , both at home, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ho mer Sizemore, and Mrs. Mamie Martin ail of Indpls. Friends may call anytime JORDAN FUNERAL HUMt, lAia t. luin -r. services 10 a.m. Thursday. Interment Me morial rarx. OGLE Mrs. Edna P. Ogle, Indpls., wife of Mr. Charles (cnucK) h. ugie, mother of Mrs. Virginia stain- brook, sister of Mrs. Rosamond Holmes, grandmother of Mr. John Wilson, hunerai service, weanes- day afternoon, 2 o'clock, Crown Hill Mausoleum cnapei. i-nenas may call FLANNER 8, BUCHAN' AN BROAD R I P P L fc nflUK- TUARY. Memorial contributions may be made to the chanty of your cnoice. PARRISH Mrs. Nellie N. Parrish, aoe 98, mother ot Mrs. Wilma J. Strode and the late Dorothy E. Stevens, grandchildren, 13 great grand children, 3 great oreat orandchih dren. Funeral Thursday August 1, 1 p.m. SHIRLEY BROS IRVING HILL CHAPEL, 5377 Wash St. Calling after 3 p.m, Wednesday. 7 Death Notices PLEASANT Miss Grace E. Pleasant, Georgetown Court Aots., sister of Mrs. Mildred P. Rumbold, Calif, and Mrs. Meredith Sparks, Fla., sever- nieces and nephews, passed awav Fndav. Memona services, Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., CONKLE UNERAL HOME SPEEDWAY HAPEL, 4925 W. 16th St. Contri butions may be made to the charitv ot your choice. REDDEL Mrs. Mary Day Reddel, 2144 N. Cole, Speedway, mother of Mrs. osemary Diann O'Connor, sister of Mrs. Julia (Archie) Pace, Niece of Miss Delia Park, grandmother of Mr. Thomas Alan Ha- vens, and Mrs. Melody Sue Cook, great-grandmother of 1 passed away Tuesday. Funeral services Thursday afternoon 2 o'clock LANNER AND BUCHANAN PEEDWAY MORTUARY, 2950 High School Rd. Were friends may visit after noon Wednesday, Lie 0 n UIU or i i an Small In si2e, but performing an important function when needed . . . what would we do without rubber bands? Classif ted Ads are like that toot In fact, they do more thincjs for more people) at lower cost than any other lorm of advertising! Buying ... selling . , hiring . , finding ... renting . . . or just telling, a small, low-cost Classified Ad will do a big. important job for you. It's easy to place your ad . . . juit dial 633-1212 c4 SHANK Mr. Samuel E. Shank, age 40, of Hagerstown, Ind., passed away Monaay. HusDana ot Mar one, ta- ther of Samuel Gene of Fort Hood, Tex., Zodia Manor, Muncie, Roger Bruce and Patricia Shank home, Z grandsons. Son of lr-L. Shank, Indpls. and EvaL, Shank of Ariz. Brother of Carlin iank of Economy, nd William Shank, Indpls., Richard of Pa. and ames or e x a s , nnrs. Ann Young of Ariz, and Mrs. Sarah Ottinoer of Ariz, and Mrs. Jenni ter Couts, of Lafayette. Services 10 a.m., Thursday, HENDRYX MORTUARIES CUMBERLAND CHAPEL. Burial Washinaton Park East. Friends may call 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. SHEEHAN Mr. John F. Sheehan age 66, husband of Florence A. Sheehan, fa' ther of John P. and Michael F. Sheehan, brother of Miss Mary Aqnes, Thomas J. Micnaei Timothy J. Jeremiah D. and Francis P. Sheehan, Funeral Wednesday August 10, 9:30 a.m. SHIRLEY BROS. IRVING HIL CHAPEL, 5377 E. Wash. St. 1 a.m. Holv Spirit Church. Parish Prayer Services Tuesday 7:30 p.m. caning anytime. SIGMUND Charles Sigmund age 86. Husband of Florence J. Sigmund, father of Mariorie C. Baker, Barbara J. Grable, Martha Otfinger, Gertrude Bernhardt, Maxine Wynkoop, Richard A. and Charles Sigmund Jr. (Deceased) Brother of Alonzo W. S i g m u n d, Albert Sigmund and Christine Steelet, 22 grandchildren, 25 great granchildren passed away Tuesday. Funeral Thursdav 1 n.m. CONK LE FUNERAL HOME SPEEDWAY CHAPEL 4925 W. 16tti St. Friends invited. Friends may call. TOWELL Mrs. Irene Wheeler Towell, age 92 of Danville, passed away Tuesday. Widow of the late Hardie M. Towell, beloved mother of Mrs. Doris Langjahr, Lebanon, Services 10:30 a.m. Thursday. BAKER FUNERAL HOME, Danville. Burial South Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Wednes day. WETTRICK Mr. Charles J. Wettrick, 71, Beloved husband of Mrs. Emma A. (Neesen) Wettick, father of Mr Charles J, Wettrick, brother of George and Frank Wettrick, and Mrs. Roe Brinson, all of city, and Raymond Wettrick, Shelbyville also survived by 2 grandchildren passed away Tuesday. Services Thursday 9:15 a.m. at the DANIEL F. O'RILEY FUNERAL HOME, 6107 Hgwy 31 South, Followed by funeral mass 10 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church. Calling Wednes day 2 until 5, 7 until 9 p.m. Rosary Wednesday 4 p.m. interment crown Hill Cemetery. WICKLIFF Elmer Lee Wickliff, of New Pal-estine, passed away Monday, age 67. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services Thurs-oay, 2 p.m. at HENDRYX MORTUARIES NEW PALESTINE CHAPEL. Interment New Palestine Cemetery. Calling after 2 p.m. Wednesday. WHITE Mrs. Myrtle E. White, age 78, R 4, Greencastle, wife of Forest E. White, step-mother of James L. White and Almeda Farrow, both of R 1, Greencastle, sister of Nellie Lukenbill, R 3, Greencastle, Ver-tie Nelson, and Aiva Cox, Greencastle, Jesse Cox, Fla., grandmother of 10, great-grandmother of 10. Services Thursday, 2 p.m., HOPKINS FUNERAL HOME GREENCASTLE CHAPEL Friends may can 2 to 9 p.m Wednesday. YORK Mr. Russell Marion York, age 53, ot :t Royal Road, Beech orove. Husband of Mrs. Beatrice J. York, father of Mrs. Teresa Brown, Miss Kav Marie York, Rickv C. York. Russell M. York II, Brother of Mrs. Margaret Bradford, Mrs. Vir ginia Clossey and Mrs. Myrtle Brown, and grandfather of Ricky c. York. I. oassed awav Sundav Funeral services will be Thursday 10 a.m. at the CONKLE SPEED WAY CHAPEL, 4925 W. 16th St. Friends invited. Friends may cat NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the Matter of Determining the Ta Rates for certain Purpose by tht Library Board of Manon County, Indiana. Before tne Library Board. Notice is hereby given the taxpayers ot Beach Grove, Menon County Indiana, that the proper legal officers of saia municipality, at their regular mealing place, on the 29th day of August, 1977. will consider the following budget BUDGET CLASSIFICATION LIBRARY OPERATING FUND t Services Personal $ 56,353 00 2 Services Contracture ... it .945 00 3 Supers - 4,585 00 4 Materials 200 00 5 Current Charges 13.606 00 6 Current Obligation 1,400 00 fropenies zz.&uoutj Total Library Operating Fund $1 09. 581 00 (Complete Detail of Budget estimate may be seen In office of Library) ESTIMATE OF FUNDS TO BE RAISED FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC 31 OF INCOMING YEAR Public Notices NOTICE OF SALE Of REAL ESTATE Notice Is hereby given that the State of Indiana, through the De partment of Administration, wi upon the 17th day of August, 1977 offer for sale by sealed bid a house and approximately tour (4) acres located in cass county, Logans- port, Indiana described as follows, to wit: Four (4) acres more or less lying on the East side of U.S. 35 Bypass tn the North East 's of section 34, Township 27 North. Range 1 East Clinton Township, Cass County, Logansport, Indiana. Said property will be sold to the highest bidder in one parcel as de scribed above, for not less than the appraised price of $14,000.00. Sealed proposals on bids shall be received in rne unice ot tne com' missioner, Department of Adminis tration, Room 507 State Office Building, 100 N. Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana until 10:00 A.M., Legal Time as prescribed by the Acts of the Indiana Legislature in Chapter iz, 195? at which time and place all bids shall be publicly opened and read. NOTE: Bidders are required to submit a certified, cashier's check money order made out to the Department of Administration for 20 pet of their bid. The balance due in forty-five (45) days in lump sum of cash, certified or cashier's check or money order. Should purchaser not complete payment at the close of (45) days, purchaser will forfeit his 20 pet down payment. Conveyance to the purchaser by the state of Indiana will be by Quit Claim Deed. Any expenses incurred concerning mie insurance will be paid by purchaser. The State of Indiana reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The property will be sold on "as is" oasis. Any Question concerning the property should be di rected to James Frohbeiter, Superintendent, Logansport State Hospital. Phone: 219-753-0567. In the event of no bidders, the sale will remain open for thirty (30) days from the bid opening date. S, 8-3, 10 NOTICE OF 30-DAY PERIOD FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Proposed Approval of Relocation in Bartholomew County Air Quality Basin Notice is hereby given that Contractors United has made application to the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board for a permit to relocate a 200-ton per hour asphalt batch plant. State Highway No. 3230, at US 31A, one-half mile north of Walesboro, Indiana. Notice Is hereby given that there will be a period of 30 days from the date of this notice within which any Interested person may comment on the reasons why said relocation should or should not be allowed. A copy of the permit application and reasons for the proposed relocation approval Is available for examination at the office of the Bartholomew County Health Department. Ail statements should be submitted in writing to the Indiana Air Pollution Control Division, 1330 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46206. If you have any questions, please contact D. J. Knott at the above address, or contact him via telephone at (317) 633-B565. Dated at Indianapolis this 25 dav of July 1977. Harry D. Williams, Director Air Pollution Control (S, 8-10) LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Public Service Commission of Indiana Cause No. 4-77-9 Notice is hereby given that the Public Service Commission of Indiana will conduct a public hearing in this cause In the rooms ot the Commission, 901 State Office Building, Indianapolis, Indiana, on Wednesday, September 7, 177, at 10 a m.. Indianapolis time. At such hearing, the Application of Public Service Company of Indiana, Inc. for approval of Its ba&e ent ot fuel and of a change in its fuel cost adlustment charge for electric service will be heard. Public participation I requested. PUBLIC SBRVICE COMMISSION OF INDIANA By: MAX W. TUCKER; Secretary Indianapolis, Indiana. August 5, 1977 (N. B-10) , Total budQel estimate for incoming year. Jan 1 to Dec 31 1978 Inclusive Necessary expenditures. July 1 to Dec 31 of present year to be made 'ram appropriations unexpended I Outstanding temporary loans to be paid beiore Dec 31 of oresent year (Not tneiuded m line 2) Total Funds Reauirel faod Lines 1. 2 and 41 FUNDS ON HAND ANO TO BE RECEIVED FAOU SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY Library Operating Fund $109,561 00 50.758 00 27.000 000 167.350 00 35.426 24 37.100.00 0.221 00 12.164 000 94.02324 6 Actual balance. June 30th of oresent vear 7 Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec Settlement) 6 Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 ot present year to Dec 31 of incoming year Schedules on Me a Special taxes b All other revenue 9 Total Funds (Add Lines 6. 7. 8a and 8b) 10 NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSE TO DEC 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct Hn 9 from line 5) 12 AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY and 11) PROPOSED LEVIES Net Taxable Property $33,188,710 00 Levy on -Amount lo FUNDS Property Be Raised Library Operating 25 193.326.76 Total 25 403,326 76 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COLLECTED AND TO BE COLLECTED (Tabulate below amount to be ccHiecled in present year and amount collected in each of the previous three years.) T Be Collected Collected Collected Coveted FUNDS 1974 1975 1976 1177 Library Operating $56.164 80 $61.017 47 $63.138 40 $74,80 88 Total $56,164 BO $61,017 47 $63.136 40 $74.8a.fl8 Taxpayers appearing shall have a nght to be heard thereon After tt tax levies have been determined, and presented to the county auditor not ater than two days prior lo the second Monday in September, and the levy Wed by the county tax adustment board, or on their failure so to do. by tie county auditor, ten or more taxpayers feeling themselves aggrieved by sich levies, may appeal to the state board of tax commissioners lor further art final hearing thereon by tiling of petition with the county auditor on or betas the fourth Monday of September or on or before the tenth day artr puoiicaiion c?y me county auaiior ot tax rates cnargen, wiwww i later and the stale board will fix a date tor hearing n this county Virginia S HougNand President of Library Board Lois Hays Secretary of Library Board AbOe Boone Treasurer of Library Board Dated this 4th day of August, 1977. NOTICE TO BIDDERS: Notice is hereby given that sealed bids tor the purchase of the following material in place will be received bv the Purchasing Supervisor, Division of Accounting and Control of the Indiana State Highway CommlS' sion at his office Room 1)04 on the 11th floor of the Indiana State Office Building, at 100 North Senate Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana on August 17, 1977 until 10:00 a.m. Eastern Standard time, at which they will be public iv opened and read: INVITATION NO: 78-11: Con tract for: Install traffic signal rem ar 5R-28 and u.5. 4ZI in 1 nkfort. I nditnit. fl fntnn County. INVITATION NO: 7812: Con tract for: Freight elevator repair. State Highway Garage at 510 West Market St. In-dianaoolil. nv tat on no: 78- con tract for: Radio tower mainte nance throughout Indiana invitation no: b-i: con tract for- Audio taoe duplication. ONLY CClNIKAt1UK5 WHO MAVfc PKkOUAL MbD IN AC' COR DANCE WITH 1971 INDIA- NA CODE 8-13-10 AS AMENDED, WILL BE ELIGI BLE TO SUBMIT BIDS. Bids win be submitted uoon standard forms which can be orocurred at Koom 1104 state Office ouiioing. INDIANA bl Alt HIGHWAY COMMISSION James a. iaroner, Chairmen Alan Curson, Purchasing Supervisor ISHC (S, 8-3, 10) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned win receive seaiea hiru in the Office of the Superin tendent of Schools at 19 South Washington Street, Knightstown, Indiana until August 32, 1977 at 7:30 P.M. on the following physi cal rtiv-AtiAM ornipct1 4 NfcW ItNNiJ I.UUNIS i KNIGHTSTOWN MIUM LMUUL PARKING LOT and RESUR FACING KcMUDeL TWO EXISTING TENNIS COURTS AT KNlUHIslUnN niln SCHOOL All bids shall be presented on State Approved Bid Form No. 96 as prescribed bv the State Board of Accounts and all bidders will submit a 10 certified check or bid performance bond payable to the Charles A. Beard Memorial School Corporation. Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope marked BIO. Complete and detailed specifications are on file at tne cm ice or ine superintendent. , CHARLta A. BtAK U MEMORIAL SCHOOL CORPORATION Genevle Cotfman, Secretary Jerry W. Miller, Attorney (S, t-3. t0) NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE On Friday. Auaust 19. 1977. at 10:30 a.m., at the J I Case com pany, 9340 Highway 37 North. ndianoPOMs, Indiana, the follow- ing goods will be exposed to sale puohc auction witnour reserve. One (II Tase mortal litfl Crawler -dor, with ripper serial nurnoer ojvyf one ti vufcan Mode LB-1531 Lowboy trailer, serial number VT-32B0-7 This sale Is held to enforce tht rights of J I Case Credit corporation, 9340 Highway 37 North. Indianapolis, Indiana, as the secured party arising under a se- curny agrBemenr enetuieo wim Garrett Construction Corporation, Clifford L. Garrett, president, Newtown, Indiana, as debt- er, on rue at r-ounrain counry, ndiana. file 3063; and, secret ary of state. Indiana, file 506779. J. I. Cast J. I. CASE CREDIT SORPORATION E. Bowman ' Assistant Credit Mgr. IS., 8-3. 10) ADVERTISED MARION COUNTY PAYROLL , AUG 12. 1977 DEPT. Dept. Name: t Cooperative Extension Ser,, 8,548 45; 2 Auditor, 15, 166.58; 3 Central Data Processing. 75,536.83; 4 Board of Review, 822.07; 5 Education Bonus Jail, 2,356 40; 6 Center Two. Assessor, IB. 690 82; 7 Clerk, 34,020.91; 8 County Commissioners, 715. 37; 9 Coroner, 3,700.50; 10 County As sessor, 2,800.53. 13 Decatur Two. Assessor, 1,599.45; 14 Election Board, 4,521.94; 15 Franklin Twp. Assessor, 2,037.59; 18 Marlon County Jail, 267,615.53; 20 Lawrence Twp. Assessor, 3,308.22; 21 Marion County Home, 69,597.85,- 22 Perry Twp. Assessor, 3,202.24; 23 Pike Twp, Assessor, 3.080.35; 24 Domestic Relations, 2,106.52; 25 County Prosecutor, 30,999.33. 26 Recorder, 5,773.051 27 Voters-Registration, 9,192.90; 29 Surveyor, 4,797.40; 30 Treasurer, 14,803.14; 31 Warren Twp. Assessor, 4,711.73; 32 Washington Wayne Two. Assessor, 5.600.23; 41 Criminal Court 3, 6,028.84 ; 42 41 Criminal Court 3, 6,028.84; 42 Criminal Court 4, 4,339.56; 47 Presiding Judge Municipal Cts., 49,657.83; 49 County Court Ad-Criminal Court 2, 4,641.44; 53 Juvenile Court, 77,085.49; 36 Pro-Criminal Court 1, 4,756.55,- 52 Criminal Court 2, 4,641.44; 53 Juvenile Court, 77,085.49; 63 Probate Court, 5,761.98; 64 Probation Criminal, 6,144.99; 66 Superior Court 1, 1,336.71; 67 Superior Court 2, 1,529.98; 66 Superior Court 3, 1,383.82; 69 Superior Court 4, 1,976.12; 70 Superior Court 5, 2,531.48. 73 General Term & Law Library, 1.635.79; 76 Superior Court 6, 2,098.90 ; 77 Superior Court 7, 1,529.98; 81 Inheritance Tax, 1 ,926.90; 84 County Welfare, 197,962.05; 85 Guardian Home. 10,641.23 ; 91 Poor Relief-Center Twp., 23,063.80. 92 Poor Reiief-Decatur Twp., 153.84; 93 Poor Relief-Franklin Twp., 55.38; 94 Poor Relief-Lawrence Twp., 369.00; 95 Poor Relief-Perry Twp., 454.30 ; 96 Poor Relief-Pike Twp.; 153.85 ; 97 Poor Relief-Warren Twp., 244.23; 98 Poor Relief-Washington Twp.. 707.14; 99 Poor Relief-Wayne Twp., 1,047.30, TOTAL 966,798.05 ADV. Jerome E. Forestal Auditor, Mar-Co. . ' 6-10,15 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is herebv alven that sealed bids for fuel oil for Frank lin townsnip community school Corporation will be received at the Administration office, 6141 -South Franklin Road. In- dianapotis, Indiana until 7:30 PM local time, Monday, August 22, 1977, at which time bids will be opened and read aloud. Bids shall be for: One year's supply, approximately 25,000 gallons, commercial standard No. 2 fuel oil delivered as needed to Wanamaker Elementary School, 4150 Bazil Avenue, Wanamaker, IN. tank capacity 8,000 sa Mom; one 'year's supply, approximately 35,000 gallons, commercial standard No. 2 fuel oil delivered as needed to Franklin Township Middle School, 6019 S. Franklin Rd., tank caoclty 10,000 gallons; one year's supply, approximately 60,000 gallons, commercial standard No. 2 fuel oil delivered as needed to Franklin Central High School, 6215 S. Franklin Rd, tank capacity 30,000 gallons. Complete analysis as to BTU to be furnished with bid. All bids shall be properly and completely executed on forms prescribed bv the State Board af Account! with Non-collusion Affidavit as required bv the Statutes of the State of Indiana. All bids must be accompanied by bid bond. Board of Education reserves the right to reiect any and all bids and to waive any Informalities In bidding. Franklin Two. Community School Corp. Board of Education HORACE A. KING, President S, MO, 17 Other Obituaries on Page 23

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