The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 28, 1970 · Page 34
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December 28, 1970

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 34

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of Year Clearance 4DAYSONLY Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. Dec. 28- 29-30-31 SA VE FROM 10% TO 50% on Hicks Furniture and Floor Coverings . Pre-INVENTORY CLEARANCE DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE Save plenty on the kind of furniture that is seldom sale priced! Living room, dining room, bedroom ensembles and odd pieces in our showroom displays. Find a tremendous variety of styles, fabrics, finishes and colors. Hurry in! Listed below are a few of the many greatwlues. Sofas—Chairs French Provincial 88 inch sofa, reversible T cushions, latex filled, fruitwood finish on legs &. wood trim, beige figured fabric..... Reg. 319.00 Now244.00 Matching chair in green figured fabric.. ; R eg \ 69.00 Now 144.00 Three piece sectional in green damask quilted fabric-foam seating, skirted base ......... Reg. 369.00 Now 299.00 Traditional sofa in figured nylon biscuit tufted back 89" long, 3 reversible cushions Reg. 395.00 Now 325.00 Two piece traditional styling 90" sofa, Matching chair in dark green Damask — foam seats, skirted base, arm caps — cover is Scotch-garded, 2 P' eces - ; • •• - : Reg. 379.90 Now 333.00 Early American sofa with handsome wood trim on back and arms. Cover is excellent wearing — nylon floral print in beige, orange, and green ' Reg. 326.65 Now 288.00 Very popular Spanish styling, with exposed wood arms, attached pillow back with exposed wood trim — aged pecan wood finish, green and red figured Spanish design cover. Scotch-garded .....Reg. 319.00 Now 266.00 Matching chair.... ,.....;... ;...... Reg. 149.00 Now 119.00 Traditional ladies lounge chair in lime velvet cover ; '. ...Reg. 149.00 Now. 119.00 Modern Mr. & Mrs. pair of chairs with ottoman in blue-green nylon print. Arm caps Reg. 332.95 Now 255.00 Black vinyl covered luxurious lounge chair on castors — reversible cushion, brass nailhead trim Reg. 219.00 Now 149 .00 Spanish rocker-recliner, Vectra covered, good looking, good comfort, better price Reg. 249.00 Now 188.00 . Famous Barcalounger rocker-recliner, plaid Vectra covers.... Reg. 199.00 Now 149 .00 Small swivel rockers — several nice covers to select from , Reg. 79.95 Now 69.88 DINETTES .40'inch round pedestal base table, walnut Formica top, 4 swivel chairs in gre,en vinyl..... ....Reg. 119.00 Now 88.00 36" round extension table with 4 chairs, table top — beige marble Formica', chairs green vinyl:......'........... Reg. 109.00 Now 88.00 36 X48 X 60 Rectangular table with light green Formica top, 6 high back chairs in washable vinyl Reg. 159.00 Now 139.88 Formica top maple dinette, 42" round extends to 42 X 54 — 4 solid maple mates chairs........ ...,!........Reg. 225.00 Now 189.00 BEDROOM Solid maple Early American includes 50" 8-drawer double dresser, mirror, 4 drawer chest, and full si/e bed.....Reg. 349.00 Now 299.00 Modern walnut group consists of 72" 9-drawer triple dresser, 34X50 mirror, 5 drawer chest, full or queen size bed — : • . quality .build Reg. 32 5.00 Now 288.00 Spanish in aged pecan and oak — 60 inch 6-drawer double dresser large mirror, large 5-diawer chest, full or queen size bed -with castoied frame . . Reg.429.00 Now. 375.00 DINING ROOM One of our finest — Modem walnut 8-piece ensemble — 44" round table extends to 56", 6 high bach chairs, upholstered seats, 37" china - ( Reg. 645.00 Now525. 00 Spanish dining room 8 piece ensemble — 42 X 58 oval.table extends to 42 X 70,6 side chairs with upholstered seats and 60" china Pecan and : oak dirk fruitwood finish ;.: , Reg. 583.00 Now 488.00 CARPETS AVocade plush pile nylon carpet — ideal for bedrooms (15' roll) Reg. 7.95 laid Now 5.50 laid Heavy dinse cut pile with tracery design in avocado (12' width) , R e g, 11.95 laid Now. 9.50 laid Green and turquoise tweed Herculon carpet used in living rooms, dens or kitchens.. Reg. 8.95 Now. 6.95 laid Many other exciting values. BIDDING Regular 99.95 mattress, now 66.00. Box spring to match Reg. 99.95 Now 66.00 • • Twin or Full. Queen size specials - - Reg. 239.00. Famous make With close-out tick Now 199.00 per set (matt, and box spring) Queen size specials . - i set Reg. 159.95 Now 119.00 ' ' 1 set Reg. 179,95 Now 149.00 20% Off On All Pictures - - tamps — lylagazine Baskets — Desks — Smokers — Mirrors — Shadow Poxes — Record Cabinets. Occasional tables and lamps greatly reduced for this 4-day end-of-year Pie-Inventory Clearance. TERMS AVAILABLE 13-15Cr«nlSlr«t DtnnisM STORE HOURS Mon. — Twes. 8A.M. — 9:00 P.M. Wed.-Thurs. 8A.M.-5:OOP.M. Closed 411 Day Saturday Jan. 2nd Legal Advertising NOTICE Of RECEIPT OF Bit) FOR FIRE TRUCK AND FIRE APPARATUS Sealed bids will be received by council of the Village of Mineral City, Ohio, until 12:00 o'clock noon,' Monday, January 25, 1971, at the Municipal Building in the Village of Mineral City, Ohio, when said bids will be publicly opened and read for the purchase of a fire truck, fire apparatus and appurtenances or as specified herein. Specifications: 1,000 G.P.M. pump- er apparatus. No experimental apparatus will be considered. Bid shall be made of apparatus with a previous National Board of Fire Underwriters listing, No bids will be considered from any manufacturer who has not been engaged in the manufacturing of fire truck equipment for at least 16 years. Bids must be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check to the amount of 10 per cent of the quoted price. The successful bidder must furnish a performance bond to the amount of 100 per cent of the bid price. Bidder is to include with his bid a financial statement properly certified as to its accuracy, covering the manufacture of the fire equipment. The following provisions shall apply to all bidders: Contractor shall furnish satisfactory evidence of his ability to construct the apparatus specified and shall state the location of the factory where 'the apparatus is to be built. As (a) condition of the acceptance of the apparatus, the contractor shall furnish 'the following or other generally acceptable guarantee: WARRANTY "We warrant each new apparatus manufactured or assembled by us to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use, maintenance and service. Our obligation under this warranty shall be limited to replacement, excluding labor for installation; FOB factory any part or parts thereof, including equipment and accessories supplied by us (except those which the manufacturer guarantees for one year) which shall within one (1) year after making delivery of such vehicle to the original purchaser be returned to us with transportation charges'prepaid and which upon examination by the manufacturer shall disclose to his satisfaction to have been thus, defective. We make no warranty whatsoever in respect to tires and commercial truck chassis, all of which is subject to the .guarantee-warranty, of original manufacturer. This warranty shall not apply to any fire apparatus which shall have been repaired or altered outside of our factory in any way.which, in our judgment, might affect its stability or reliability. This warranty being expressly in lieu pf all other warranties express or implied and of all obligations or liabilities on our part and we neither assume or authorize any other person to assume for us any liability In connection with the sale of our apparatus." Basic equipment shall comply with the provision of N.F.P.A. Pamphlet (19) Specifications for Motor Fire Apparatus listed under "Basic equipment to be provided by the manufacturer on each pumper," and all other equipment as listed in this specification. All general construction, .testing and other items not specifically mentioned herein shall comply with Pamphlet 19. Each bid'shall be accompanied by a detailed description of the apparatus and equipment which it is proposed to be furnished and which the apparatus furnished under the contract must conform. It is the intent of these specifications to cover the furnishing and delivering to the purchaser, apparatus equipped as hereinafter specified. Minor details of construction and material where not otherwise specified are left to the discretion of the contractor who shall be solely responsible for the design and construction of all features. (In all instances this specification shall govern.) The apparatus shall be of modern type, carefully designed to suit the nature of service which the apparatus must perform. All materials, workmanship, and finish entering into the construction of the appa ratus shall conform to the character of the apparatus and the purpose for which it is intended. The contractor shall defend any and all suits and assume all liability for any and all claims made against the purchaser or any of its officials or agents for the use of any appliance furnished under the contract. The apparatus shall be designed to meet the specified rating at 1200 feet above sea level. At time of delivery, the manufacturer shall supply at least two copies of complete pump and operator's manuals including parts list. Bidder shall state by item, the manufacturer's name, model and style of any equipment to be installed on the unit he proposes to furnish that is not manufactured by bidder. Such data shall be binding on bidder (substitutions not acceptable). Delivery shall be made by a qualified and responsible representative of the manufacturer, who shall completely instruct Fire Department personnel in operation, care and maintenance of the apparatus. The qualified and responsible representative shall instruct the fire department personnel until all a,re satisfied as to operation of pumper. The apparatus shall be designed and. the equipment mounted with consideration to distribution of load between front and rear axles. Total loaded weight, including vehicle, and'weight distribution on front and rear axles must comply with applicable provisions of Pamphlet 19 and with the requirements of the State Rating Bureau. It shall be understood that in addition to the standard and special equipment required by this specification, the contractor shall furnish all equipment ordinarily furnished by him as standard on this type of apparatus. Any contractor deviating from these specifications in any way must accompany his contract proposal with a letter in full detail of such deviations. If such a letter is not submitted with the quotation, it shall be assumed that all conditions of these specifications shall be met and the final acceptance of the complete apparatus shall depend upon this fact. The pump shall be of modern design (state make and model of pump on which you are quoting.) 2 stage, midship mounted, 1000 GPM capacity at 150 PSI centrifugal specifically designed for the fire service-Class A. Priming pump shall be positive displacement rotary gear electrically driven or equal. Relief valve system of ample or equal size to protect the pump when lines are shut down. With pump operating from, at rated capacity at ISO Ibs. P.S.I, there shall be no more than 30 Ibs increase in pump pressure. The fire pump shall be capable of pumping rated capacity at a net pump pressure of 150 lbs-7-10 capacity at 200 Ibs., and half capacity at 250 Ibs. Also the pump must be capable of a spurt test of rated capacity at 165 Ibs. net pump pressure. Manufacturer shall provide an underwriter's Laboratory, Inc. pump performance certificate. The pump is to be equipped with at least one (1) 2'«" discharge valve for each 250 gallon of rated capacity of pump, quick opening ball type with push-pull type control with locking device so that the valve can be locked in any position and easily controlled regardless of pressure. The lock is to be » positive :ype, which will not creep regard- ess of pressure. Two 2'/4" gated suction Inlets with ball type quick opening valves, located one on each side of truck, left and right. Suction pump to have removable strainers Installed Inside suction In- ets.. AlPpump lubrication fittings must be conveniently located near pump operator's panel. One- (1) outlet to 'ill Indian Tanks on booster tank. And a tank fill valve to fill Booster Tank while pumping from suction.- The pump must be equipped with compound and pressure gauges. These gauges plus motor tachometer, test plugs must be conveniently mounted and properly labeled near 3 u m p controls, mounted in a shielded stainless steel gauge panel. This panel to be well lighted for night operation. One (1) Vernier screw type hand gasoline throttle control with micrometer adjustment and quick release will be furnished. All pump drains are to be extended and be controlled from the outside. The apparatus shall be equipped with the latest type heat exchanger with control valve at pump operators panel so that anti-freeze can be used in radiator of truck and still cooled while pumping without interfering with antl-freeze. Contractor is to furnish two (2) 10 ft. lengths of "2'/j" smoothbore 200 Ib. test and two (2) 10 ft. lengths of 5" smoothbore 200 Ibs. testhard suction hose, coupled with expansion ring type couplings and equipped with long handles on female swivels. One suction hose strainer to be used when drafting for each size. Four (4) steel forms for carrying suction hose, equipped with quick action locks, mounted above the other on side of body. Booster tank to be 750 gallon capacity with removable top bolted in place so that top can be removed for inspection and cleaning of tank. No welding is to be done on the tank after riist preventative has been applied. The tank is to have flanges to which the removable top Is bolted. These flanges to be furnished with a gasket which forms a perfect seal for.top. The gasket is to be between the water inside the tank, and the bolts securing the top, thereby preventing the bolts from coming in contact with the water. Overflow must be provided to prevent damage to tank when filling from hydrant. The tank is to be constructed of copper bearing steel. There must be longitudinal and transversal baffles to prevent excess movement of water in the tank. The volume of any compartment formed by the longitudinal and transversal baffles shall not exceed 100 gallons. The interior of the tank shall be coated with zincolate coating with the tank sides to be no less than 10 gauge steel and with the bottom to be no less than 7 gauge steel. Steel supplied in the tank shall be either hot rolled pickled or sand blasted to remove mill 'scale. Booster tank is to be welded with inert gas shielded arc process to eliminate scale and slag. Stacked type combination vent and filler is to be supplied in the front of the body and designed in such a manner that no water can be dumped from the tank through the filer by .sudden braking of the truck. Tank water level gauge is to be of mechanical type with arm and ball float. This gauge is to be bolted onto the front of the tank and sealed with an "0" ring seal with a lever arm indicator to the outside of the body. Tank is to be mounted in the hose body on a steel channel base. Piping between tank and pump to be 2'A" I.D. with flexible coupling. Valve between tank and pump to be 2Vi' ball type quick opening type. Two (2) booster hose reels with packless Chiksan swivels and combination reel locks and two (2) shoe adjustable brakes located at the rear of cab. Reels to be supplied with removable cranks, and a spe cial level gear rewind drive. ELEC TRICAL .DRIVEN. Booster hose shall be 150 ft. on each reel with combination nozzles. Reels to be supplied with, quick opening ball type valves. Two (2) I'A" pre-connected lines to back of hose bed with W" turn ball type valves at rear, not less than 2" piping from pump to rear outlets. LADDERS: 14 ft. roof ladder with folding hooks 30 ft.-3 section extension ladder, equipped with rope hoist (aluminum) Roof and extension ladders are to be mounted in strong steel brackets with quick release clamps. One fourteen (14) ft. pike pole' mounted. Hose body is to be made of 12 gauge cold rolled stretcher level body steel, with the base supporting the hose body to be 3" steel channel construction to give rigidity to the hose body and form a solid base for the booster tank. The entire hose body is to be covered with a slatted removable floorboard to allow air to circulate around the hose load. The top edges of the body to be broken to a channel design for extra reinforcement. All corners to be neatly finished off so as not to leave any sharp corners. Body to be streamlined to cab. The capacity of the hose bed shall be 120Q ft. of 2V/' doublejacket cotton rubber lined fire hose, and 400 ft. of I'A" D.J. cotton rubber lined fire hose. (Hose body carrying capacity specified by Pamphlet 19 calls for 1200 ft. 2V4" D.J. and 400 ft. of l'/4" fire hose.) Railing to be made of IVi" OD tubing, extending from front end of hose body to rear stanchions and down over streamlined rear end of body; fastened to the body by means of heavy cast stanchions One rail same type and size as above reinforced with steel insert tubing mounted between rear body stanchions to serve as a hand hold for men riding on rear step. COMPARTMENTS: One (1) compartment for tools in front. One (1) side compartment behind each rear wheel, size to be not less than 12" deep x 30" high x 28 Vi" wide. One (1) side compartment in front of each rear wheel with door size not to be less than 12" deep x 30" deep x 28V wide. Two (2) large compartments with doors opening over rear step, door size to be not less than 26" deep x 30" high x 28'<i" wide. One (1) open tool compartment to be supplied between the two rear compartments. All compartments to be unitized welded construction with weatherproof rubber seal all around door opening. All doors are to be flush type with edges broken and corners welded. Automatic lights are to be supplied for all compartments activated by the door. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: Two (2)-20 Ib. A,B,C, Mounted in Fire Department type quick action holders. Complete apparatus to be painted with best known automotive enamel paint. All metal is to be thoroughly cleaned and etched before painting, and each coat of paint thoroughly sanded between coats. AM lettering, striping and decorations to be supplied in gold with appropriate shading, and to be placed on the apparatus by an artist, free hand. ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT: Hand lanterns to be two (2) mounted- u Two (2) six inch Inside cab controlled swivel electric searchlights mounted on windshield posts. Pump Panel Lights YES. Two (2) combination stop and tall lights YES. Two (2) hose body lights mounted on rear stanchions YES. Federal Electronec Siren and Public Address combination with control switches. One electric fuel pump to meet Underwriters requirements. Battery capacity to meet Underwriters requirements of two (2) batteries. One (1) four (4) light Beacon Ray Light mounted on cab roof with switches in cab. ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS Two (2) self-contained gas masks. 1200 ft. of 2V4" hose D.J. dacron-600 Ib. test 400 ft of l'/ 2 " hose D.J. dac- ron-600 Ib. test. One (1) Portable pump with 2'/ z " Inlet and 2Vi" outlet One (1) Buzzer to cab with . push button at rear of truck One (1) Marine type switch. One (1) Rear chrome windshield with safety glass. Fuel tank not less than 35 gallon. One hose bed cover. One (1) 5" x 5" Double Female Couplings. Two (2) Booster Nozzles-Akron brass turbo-jets, Two (2) \'A" Nozzles-Akron brass turbo-jets. One (1) 2'/ 2 " Nozzle-Akron brass tubro-jets. Or Equal Two (2) Hand Lanterns.. One (1) Double Female Coupling 2Vi" One (1) 2'/2" Double Male Coupling One (1) 2'/z" x IVz" x I'/z" Gated Wye. 1971 CHASSIS Type Cab — Tilt Cab Transmission — Heavy Duty 5 speed Differential — Heavy Duly 2 speed 18,500 Ib. Brakes — Full Air with. Park Valve Tires — 10:00 x 20 2 conv. front — 4 mud & snow rear 12 ply Springs — Front 4500 Ib. Rear 10,500 Ib. Helper Springs 2000 Ib. Engine V8 — 350 horse Min. 400 Cu. In. V8 Electric Fuel Pump Dual Battery System with Switch . Power Steering 7000 Ib. Front Axle Heavy Duty Frame' 18.91 Section Mod. Senior West Coast Mirrors Heavy Duty Radiator Front & Rear Tow Hooks Wheel Base — 189 — 124" Cab to Axle 2 speed Electric Wipers . Any and all bids may be accepted or rejected by the council of the Village of Mineral City, Ohio. All bids shall specify estimated delivery date. Bids shall be firm for at least 30 days to allow council time to evaluate bids. By the council of the Village of Mineral City, Ohio. Donna Wise, Clerk (Pub. Dec. 21, 28, 1970) J07517 1'he Timcs-Ueporlef Mon., Dec. 28, 1979 ORDINANCE NO. 506 AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OF THE VILLAGE OF MINERAL CITY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PURCHASING A FIRE TRUCK AND APPURTENANT FIRE APPARATUS, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, PURSUANT TO RES OLUTIONS OF THIS Council here tofore adopted by this Council, an election was held on the 3rd day o November, 1970, upon the question of issuing bonds and for the purpose hereinafter recited in the amount of $26,000 and of a levy of taxes out side of tax limitations to pay the principal of and interest on such bonds; and WHEREAS, at said election the requisite majority, of those voting upon the proposition voted in favor thereof and this Council now pro poses to proceed with the issuance sf said bonds and desires a single bond issue for said purpose; and WHEREAS, the Clerk, as fiscal officer, has certified as to the maximum maturity of the bonds pro posed to be issued; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Vil lage of Mineral City in the County of Tuscarawas, and State of Ohio: Section 1. That it is deemed necessary to issue bonds of the Village of Mineral City in the principal amount of $26,000 for the purpose of purchasing a fire truck and appurte nant fire apparatus; and that such bonds shall be issued in one lot. Section 2. That said bonds shall be dated the first day of February, 1971; shall be in the denomination of $1,000 each; shall be coupon bonds payable to bearer at the office of the legal depositary of the Village, presently The Reeves Banking and Trust Company, New Philadelphia Branch, New Philadelphia, Ohio; and shall bear interest at the rate of five and one-half per centum per an num, payable semi-annually on the first days of June and December of each year, commencing June 1, 1971, until the principal sum is paid, upon presentation and surrender of the proper interest coupons which shall be attached to said bonds, provided, that if said bonds are sold bearing a different rate of interest than hereinbefore specified, such bonds shall bear such rate of interest as may oe provided for in the resolution awarding the same. Section 3. That said bonds shall be numbered from 1 to 26, both inclusive, and shall mature in the following amounts and on the following dates, to wit: $2,000 on December 1 in each of the years from 1972 to 1975, inclusive; and $3,000 on December 1 in each of the years from 1976 to 1981, inclusive; which maturities are hereby determined to be in substantially equal annual installments, and shall be signed by the Mayor and Clerk; provided, however, that one of such signatures may be a facsimile signature. The interest coupons attached to said bonds shall bear the facsimile signature of the Clerk. Section 4. That for the payment of said principal and said interest coupons thereto attached the full faith, credit and revenue of the Village of Mineral City are hereby irrevocably pledged. Section 5. That there shall be and is hereby levied on all the taxable property in the Village of Mineral City, in addition to all other taxes, a direct tax annually during the period the said bonds are to run in an amount sufficient to provide funds to pay the interest upon said bonds as and when the same falls due and to provide a fund for the discharge of the principal of said bonds at maturity, which tax shall not be less than the interest and sinking fund tax required by Section 11 of Article XII of the Constitution, and shall be outsi.de of the limitations of Section 2 of Article XII. Section 6. That said tax shall be and is hereby ordered computed, certified, levied and extended upon the tax duplicate and collected by the same officers, in the same manner and at the same time that taxes for general purposes for each of said years are certified, levied, extended and collected. Said tax shall •.. •••.cart before and in preferenei o all other items and for the full mount thereof. The funds derived rom said tax levy hereby required hall be placed in a separate and Istlnct fund, which, together with II interest collected on the same, hall be Irrevocably pledged for the ayment of the interest and princi- al of said bonds, when and as the ame fall due. Section 7. That said bonds shall be ffered to the Treasurer as officer n charge of the Bond Retirement Fund at par and accrued interest nd so many thereof as shall not be a ken by him shall be advertised nd sold in accordance with law. 'he proceeds from the sale of said bonds, except any premium and ae- crued Interest thereon, shall be paid nto the proper fund and used for he purpose for which such bonds are being issued, including fees and costs incurred in connection with the preparation of plans, specifications and other bidding documents, publication of legal notices, printing and,,, delivery of the bonds, legal services--of bond and other special courwel,' 1 '•' and all.other costs incurred in con--;• nection with or identical to such , purpose; the premium and accrued nterest received from such sale- shall be transferred to the Bond Re- irement Fund to be applied to the payment of the principal and interest of said bonds In the manner pro- ' vided by law. -. , Since the fire truck and appurte;"' nant equipment for which said bonds are to be issued are urgently- needed, the appropriate officers of the Village are hereby directed to proceed with all dispatch to secure delivery thereof as promptly as is feasible, and it is expected that the" same will be delivered as soon as'", possible and that any proceeds of 1 " this issue will be invested or depos-.t ted only for a temporary period '. sending need for expenditure to pay the cost of such fire truck and ' equipment. The Village covenants :hat proceeds of said bonds shall not invested or used in such manner . that any of said bonds would be "arbitrage bonds" for purposes of Seo,. tion 103 (d) (1) of the Internal Reve-' nue Code of 1954. Section 8. That it is hereby determined that all acts, conditions' and things required to be done precedent/ :o and in the issuance of said bonds/,, in order to make the sa.me legal,, valid and binding obligations of the Village of Mineral City, .have hap>'' J pened, been done and performed in .•> regular and due form as .required..,, by law; that the amount of indebtedness to be incurred-by the is''''' suance of these bonds does not ex>' ceed any limitations now fixed by . law. • •" Section 9. That the Clerk of Council is hereby directed to certify a, copy of this ordinance to'the Auditor ' of Tuscarawas County. " '••' / Section .10. That this ordinance Is,../ hereby declared to be an emergency, measure necessary for the imme^ diate preservation of the public"' peace, health and safety of the Vil-. , lage of Mineral City and its itv habitants and for the further reaso'n that issuance of said- bonds is re- _ quired to provide funds immediately in order to permit the acquisition of said fire truck which is urgently re"- quired to provide adequate fire prot., tection; wherefore, this ordinance shall be in full force and take effect-'' immediately upon its adoption bV Council. • -..i Passed: December 14, 1970 Alva McClelland Mayoji ••• Donna Wise Clerk (Pub. Dec. 21, 28, 1970) J07516 V ' LEGAL AD Bids will be received by the Tusca^ rawas County Commissioners for;;; One (1) car for the Prosecutor's Of-,, vice. '," Specifications: Minimum of 119 inch wheel base; Two door sedan; Stan,,,, dard V-8 engine; automatic trans : ' mission; power steering; power brakes; tinted windshield. " Bids to be received until January 4. ••. 1971 at 1:00 P.M., in the Commi.s- sioners Office. The Commissioners reserve tl$. right to reject any or all bids. BY ORDER OF THE TUSCARAWAS COUNTY COMMISSION'-' ' ERS ii.,ATTEST: Edith Bair, Clerk ,,,.; (Pub. Dec. 21, 28, 1970) J07525 IN THE PROBATE COURT a ., OF TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, OHI9 Elsie M. Shaw, Guardian of the Person and Estate of v'.' Mildred E. Murray, Incompetent, : Plaintiff, :' vs. •:• NO. 14067 ;; ; Mildred E. Murray, et al., ; ; , Defendants. :: LEGAL NOTICE BY PUBLIC*- ' TION The unknown heirs, next of kin, o,f .. Mildred E. Murray, an incompetent person, will take notice that • Elsie M. Shaw, Guardian of the person , and estate of Mildred E. Murray, an • incompetent person, on the 2 day of December, 1970, filed her Complaint in the Probate Court within and for, , the County of Tuscarawas, and State tJ of Ohio, alleging that it would be for the best interests of the Ward and ' her estate to sell the real estate of said ward for the reason that the same is deteriorating and is in need of major repairs. Said real estate is situated in the County of Tusca-'' rawas, in the State of Ohio and i«' the Village of Newcomerstown, to : ,,, w ' t: Being known as and being Lot ' Number Forty-three (43) in Stewart's Addition to said Vil- ; lage, as entered and numbered *" upon the recorded plat of said Addition. j. The same being now known as *" Lot No. 1094 according to the • system used in renumbering ' Lots in the said Village. The prayer of said Complaint is for the sale of said premises; for authority to employ a real estate Droker to assist in the sale of same and for authority to pay the standard broker's commission for secur- ng a purchaser therefor and for au. hority to pay the reasonable cost or furnishing acceptable title evidence to the purchaser. ^, Said unknown heirs at law wiH. urther take notice that they hav£, >een made parties defendant to said, letition and that they are required* o answer the same on'or before th£ 12th day of Jan., 1971. Robert R. Shaw,, Attorney for Elsie M. Shaw,* Guardian of Mildred E. Murray^ mcompetenuv (Pub. Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1970, Jan. *f- 11, 1971) J0749f Salt, an essential substance t(F humans and animals is mor& than a seasoning. Norsemen, sometimes gave condemned prisoners a choice between execution or a month without salt. Many chose the quicker death.

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