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f AM 12 THE ANDMSON HIKALD TUESDAY, AU6UST 16. 1W Old Problems Plague India On Birthday NEW DELHI (UPI) -India observed 19 years of independence Monday, still plagued wtth many of the problems that frustrated its birth as a nation in 1947. Few would say that independent India progress. has made DO Factories have sprung up. Irrigation p.pcs and canals stretch farther and farther from huge dam projects. Fertilizers, jute, iron and steel pour from a growing number of industrial complexes, providing direly needed employment. Few expect that the Indian union w'.ll be rent asunder and stumble back to the days of princely states controlled by richly swathed sultans and maharajas. But many wonder whether economic and political discontent of the impatient masses will overcome the 4th Century B.C. Tombs Uncovered ALTAMURA, Italy (AP) Workers digging the foundation for a new building have unearthed two well-preserved tombs containing a skeleton and a collection of vessels and jewelry. Experts estimated the painfully poverty. Stripped slow crawl from to the simplest terms, India's dilemma is that its herculean efforts at development have been frustrated by an ever increasing population and a consistent failure to produce enough food. Industrialization—begun as a crash economic policy by the country's first prime minister, the late Jawaharlal Nehru—has tombs date to the fourth century moved ahead with the slowness B.C. I of a bullock cart, principally because so much precious foreign exchange must be spent to feed 480 million people. Economic discontent hit a high mark only a few weeks ago. For the first time in its short history, the government of India took the advice of foreign critics and devalued the rupee. Whether soaring prices, touched off largely by opportunists when devaluation occurred, will push India to the brink of economic disaster will be known only after the next few months of struggle. The conflict over the northern state of Kashmir that began when India and Pafefstan were partitioned in 1947 remains explosive. It is a foregone conclusion among observers in New Delhi that should Kashmir fall, the Indian government would topple with ft. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OP TAX LEVIES tn the matter of determining the tax rates for certain purposes by Union Township. Madison County, Indiana. Before the Township Advisory Board. Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Union Township, Madison County, Indiana, that the proper officers of said township, at their regular meeting place, on the 30t!i LEGAL NOTICES TOWNSHIP BUDGET CLASSIFICATION TOWNSHIP FUND Pay of Trustee. Rent. Clerical and Travel Expenses ?Z,155 Books, Stationery, Printing and Advertising 300 Care of Cemeteries 300 Justice of the Peace Salary and Fees Other Justice of the Peace day of AugusC 1966. the following budget: will consider Expense Other Civil Township 2.300 C. Other Relief CIVIL TOWNSHIP BOND FUND Principal and Interest on Bonds $6,128 FIRE FIGHTING FUND Fire Protection : $3.000 TOWNSHIP POOR RELIEF FUND B. Direct Relief 1. Medical. Hospital and Burial .$1,000 1 Other Direct Relief . 400 3. Total Direct Helicf ....SI.400 CHICAGO (AP^-The Chicago asked the court to determine Transit Authority sued Monday the amount of damages. for ah uDdetermined .mount of damages from seven steel com - . panics convicted of price rigging 963 on convictions after DOLPHIN CAMPOUT — This scene was enacf ed recently during the start of the Dolphin Club's "campouf" for members, their families and guests. The evening was devoted to swimming, and after pool-closing lime, a camplire, then everyone hit the sack, to awoke the next morning fo sounds of bacon frying and ihe sight of Bob Freeman, club manager, cooking pancakes for (he 70 or so persons on hand and hungry. (Herald Photo) Klansman Gets Twenty Years In Wounding ATHENS, Ga. U(PI)-Ku Klux Klansman Joseph Howard Judge James Barrow. Clarke County Superior Court!months. On July 9th, a federal Expenses ' 1.375 Total Township Fund ______ !6.9 r ;o ESTIMATE OK FUNDS TO BE RAISED FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO Township DECEMBER 31ST OF INCOMING YEAR Fund 1. Total Budget Estimate for incoming year. Jan. 1 to Dec, 31. lf)67. inclusive $ 6990 Z. Necessary Expenditures. July 1 to Dec. 31, present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended ____ , 4841 3. Additional Appropriations to be made July I to Dec. 31 of present year '.'.' 4. Outstanding Temporary Loans to be paid before Dec. 31 of present year —not included in line 2 or 3 ....... _ _ 11 831 3. Total Funds Required (Add lines 1. J. 3 and 4) TUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM ................... SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6. Actual Balance, June 30th of present year _____________________________ . fl.filT 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (December Settlement) . 1 050 8. Miscellaneous Revenue to be received, July 1 of present year to Dec. 11 of incoming year (Schedules on, file in office of Township Trustee): a. Special Taxes (See Schedule) ____ ....... _____ ....... ______ 900 b. All Other Revenue (See Schedule) ...... _ 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6. 7, 8a and 8b) _ 10 567 10. NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC 31ST OP INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5) ..... _____ .. . 1,264 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less miscellaneous revenue for same period) _ ....... 2.400 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11) ______ 3.664 3. Joint part, commodities 300 Sims was sentenced to 20 years Total Tounship Poor Relief Fund j judge sentenced him to Chicago Transit Authority Sues Steel Companies *» comoanles were fined » total of $252,500. in New York in the sale of parts. The authority is a public corporation which operates Chicago's consolidated elevated, sub- against them way and bus systems. The steel companies manufacture parts used by the authority. In the suit filed in U.S. District Court the authority asked payment of three tiems the damages suffered ts a result ol uncompetitive pricing. It also The firms Corp.; *M* Armco Stee' * LEGAL NOTICES are U.S. Steel Steel Cwg. , 111., and Elco Steel Corp., New York. _____„ LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 16844 Notice is hereby fiven that Ches< ter V. Cullen was on the 10th day of Aug.. 1966, appointed Administrator of the Estate of Clifford Cullen deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six months from the date of the first publica. tion of this notice or said claims wilt b« forever barred. Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. Dated at Anderson, Ind.. this 10th day of August, 1966. Eugene Creagmile Clerk of the Superior Court Of Madison County, Indiana Joseph C, Urban, Alexandria, Ind. Attorney H-3667 Aug. 16-23.30 Firr Fleming Fund fS.ono 1,403 97 4,500 437 1,277 1,714 2,788 NOTICE TO TRAFFIC CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given that sealec proposals for Construction of certain cnts as described in prison Saturday for stating'charge 'on J u Fy 18th, but ! growing out of the 1934 nigSt-'S^st.at 1 " mgh^T e commiss1oi I " d ai "'"'"his wife in lhe '" ' Bolld pistol last May. Fund The sentence, the maximum!records in the case. Sims pleaded guilty to the.years on a conspiracy c.iiarge'J li » nwa i'. 1i1ra J 5rovem P nl ; „„ i..]., ion, u..J. :„„ ...t _r a.~ iA-, _.•„?. ibelow will be received ...... - ..... „ - .-„ ... - - , , .,.,„ „..,„ „.„..„„.. _„ ........ ,„ ........ face with a sentencing was delayed pending' rider slaying of Negro educator its offices in the Indiana state Ofa presentence investigation of | Lemuel Penn. ;3g **$£* R S, ^oo^T , ,__, t e standard Time or > the 30th char £ e tf assault with intent to sentence levied on the 43-year imurder, was handed down bytold Sims in the past tw , p . ri .l°- Mvers . *. als ° was sentenced 1,592 1,651 3,243 3,983 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined and presented to the county auditor not later than two days prior to the second Monday in September. ..and the levy fixed by the county tax adjustment board, or on their failure so to do, by the county auditor, ten or more taxpayers feeling themselves aggrieved by such levies, may appeal to the state board of tax commissioners for further and final _ hearing thereon by filing a petition i?"" 15 ™?. .. with the county auditor on or be-1 S r f, E'S" 1 "!? fore the fourth Monday of Septum- Civil_ Twp. Bond .. her or on or before the tenth day after publication by the county au- PROPOSED LEVIES Net Taxable Properly 88,142,060 Fire Fighting $4.877,275 Levy on Amount to FUNDS Property Be Raised Township }.04.5 $3661 Fire Fighting _ .06 2926 Civil Township Bond .07.5 6 106 TOTAL ._ ,$.18 $9,696 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COLLECTED AND TO BE COLLECTED To Be Collected FUNT>S ditor of tax rates charged, which- . ever date is later, and the state Collected Collected Collected 1963 1964 1965 1966 >5.580 $3.535 $5.303 $2 788 1,805 1.929 2.129 3282 2,002 6.364 6.818 4,380 .-- $9.478 $11,828 $14,250 $10,450 board of tax commissioners will | TOTAL fix a da ite tor hearing in this county. Dated August 3. 1966, H. Raymond Poor, Trustee IC-3622- Union Township NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the matter of determining the Tax Rates for School Purposes of the School Corporation of Metropolitan School District Central Madison County, Madison County. Indiana, Before the Board of School Trustees. Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of M.5.D. Central Madison County, Madison County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said school corporation at their regular j meeting place on the 25th day ofl ESTIMATE OF FUNDS TO BE RAISED FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DECEMBER 31ST OF INCOMING YEAR 1. Total Budget Estimate for ensuing year, Jan. 1 to Dec 31. 1967. inclusive . , , . 2. Necessary Expenditures July 1 to Dec. 31, present year 3. Additional Appropriations to be made July 1 to Dec 31 of present year .__,.. .4 Outstanding Temporary Loans to be paid before Dec. 31 of present year—Not included in line 2 or 3 5. Total Estimated Expenditures (Add lines 1. 2 3 and 4) 1 085 560 FUNDS ON HANDS 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)"" August. 1966. will consider the following budget: BUDGET CLASSIFICATION FOR SCHOOL CORPORATION SPECIAL SCHOOL FUND A. General Administration 1. Bd. School Tr. and Sec. Office . $ 9,375 2. Office of Supt. of Schools — 17,200 3. Finance and Accounting Office . 20,350 4. Buildings and Grounds • Dept. .„ J.100I Special Fund S785.000 293.060 7,500 IC-3622—Aug^ 9-16 B. Instructioi eu.iso C. Coordinate Activities 136,600 D. Operation of School Plant 158.500 E. Maintenance 36.500 F. Fixed Charges 195,500 G. Auxiliary Activities 40,000 H. Debt Service 31.475 I. Capital Outlay 68,250 Total Special School Fund $785,000 TUITION FUND I. Instruction __. .81,285,000 Total Tuition Fund ?1.J85,000 Tuition Ml nd $l,2R5.flOO 453.100 35,500 Cum. Veterans Building Memorial Fund Fund PUBLIC AUCTION Due to the death of my husband, I, the undersigned, will sell at public auction on the premises located 1615 South D. St., Elwood, Indiana on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1966, 12:30 P.M. Hotpoint electric range; GE electric refrigerator; Early American dining room suite, complete with drop-leaf table and ladder-back chairs; antique walnut chest with marble top; bedroom suite complete.; 21" RCA television; occasional chair; small combination safe; Mammy bench; some old dishes; cooking utensils and other home furnishings not mentioned. TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS 20 gauge Winchester shotgun; boat & 3 H.P. Johnson motor; good power mower; garden tools 'of all kinds; small compressor with paint attachment; table saws; anvil; vises; clamps; step ladders; several extra motors; buffers; drill press; pipe cutters; wrenches of all kinds; power sander; ladder jacks; some used lumber; some roll roofing; ladders; stands with motors & emery wheels; small dolly; oil and lots of other small tools not listed. One of the most complete offerings of fishing equipment including fly rods; spin rods; tackle boxes and all the other items needed for fishing. TERMS: CASH Not Responsible for Accidents. MRS. PAUL COOLEY, Owner 0. B. SWINFORD, Auctioneer, Phone Elwood 552-6089 Eddie Nash, Phone Windfall Lyn. 5-3503 Verl Myers, Clerk, Greentown, Indiana Clip this ad as it will appear only once. Her. 8/16 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the matter of determining the x rates for certain purposes by reen Township, Madison County diana, Before the Township Ad- sory Board. Notice is hereby given the tax- s of Green Township. Madison LEGAL NOTICES read, immediately thereafter, in the Cafeteria in the basement of the Indiana State Office Building, 100 N. Senate Indiana. ndiana. CONTRA! Avenue, Indianapolis, to 10 years on the conspiracy charge but his case is under appeal. Attorney Jim Hudson said _ ._. . Sirns would begin serving the NO. 8573, — Bids are invited on stale sentence immediate!?. Sims who was separated ^fa^^ & JAY COUNTIES from his wife, walked into the on SR 9 _and SR 28. Alexandria, Athens General Hospal where his wife worked and opened fire with a pistol May 5tti. She was wounded in the face, but recovered. Sims fled, but surrendered about 12 hours later to a sheriff in a neighboring county. He underwent several psychiatric examinations before his trial on the federal conspiracy charges. 4 Monument To Honor Clipper Ship Builder JORDAN FALLS, N.S. (AP) - A monument to Donald McKay, U.S. shipbuilder of clipper Ship fame, will be unveiled at his birthplace here Aug. 20. McKay, born in 1810, moved to East Boston, Mass., as a youth and gained fame for design and construction of fast commerce ships. and on SR 67 (VotaW) i US 27 (MERIDIAN) Portland. CONTRACT T-7190 — Bids are invited on Sub-base Treatment Material Type I or H, 9" R. C. Pavement, Integral Concrete Curbs, Mulched Seeding. Sodding, in the Greenfield District on the follow- '"liADISON COUNTY — On SB 67 — SR 9 and East Ramp to 1-69. Plans and Proposals may be examined at the office of the Indiana State Highway Commission in the State Office Building, Room 1313, Indianapolis. Indiana. INDIANA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION C—3662 Aug. 16 & 23. LEGAL NOTICES $25.000 County. Indiana, that Ihe proper of- 12.-J55 ficers of, said township, at their regular meeting place on the 30 day of August. 1966. will consider the following budget: TOWNSHIP BUDGET^ CLASSIFICATION TOWNSHIP FUND Pay of Trustee. Rent. Clerical and Travel Expenses $ 1 790 Books. Stationery Printing ' " _ 335 . and Advertising Care of Cemeteries Other Civil Township Expenses on Bonds '.- ,.. _______ 4,315 FIRE FIGHTING FUND Fire Protection ... ________ 1.400 TOWNSHIP POOR RELIEF FUND B. Direct Relief 1. Medical, Hospital and Burial BOND FUND Principal and Interest FUNDS TO BE KAISE - , ________ 2. Other Direct Relief ________ 700 700 300 3. Total Direct Relief (Total Bl and BZ) 1,400 500 C. Other Relief Contributions for Joint Expense 10 Total Township Poor Relief Fund „_ $ 1,501 8. Miscellaneous Revenue to be received July 1st nf present scnol year to Dec. .'[1st of next school year (Schedule on file in office of School Board). a. Special Taxes _ b. All Other Revenue _ . 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6. 7. Ha and flbl 10. NET AMOUNT REQUITiED TO BE RAISED FOR'EX- PENSES TO DEC. 31ST OF ENSUING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line D) 11. Operating balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan r . 1 (o June 30, less miscellaneous revenue for same period) 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11) .. .... 187.158 154.5!l.i 101.577 347,550 112.519 149.287 85 31.000 KURB 660.604 113.000 2!)S.705 1,378,682 394,918 134,070 330.347 53.638 37.45^K UNDS REQUIRED ;„ __ ^ DECEMBRJHST OF INCOMING YEAR timate for incoming year, Jan. I to Dec inditures. July 1 to Dec 31, present ye unexpended 2.789 9.666 2 Fund 31. 1967, inclusive .. $2,915 r, to be made from 2.123 Fire Township Fighting X Additional Appropriations to lie made Jlllv 1 to Dec "31" of'nreVen't' vi-ar -----4 - SSTlSa'ST.T^" 11 to be pa ' a " e '° re D - ^^^y^- Taxpayers appearing shall have a I PROPOSED LEVIES right to be heard thereon. After the I Net Taxable Property $27551 530 t.ix levies have been determined anri j Presented to the county auditor not 'FUNDS Propprfy later than two days prior to the sec-, Special __. .. _ ' t, 4S ' ond Monday in September, and the Tuition .... Ypj levy fixed by the county tax adjust-'Vet. Memorial Fund* """ ~~~~,~"~~~ 'of) ment board, or on their failure so Cumulative Building Fund " 50 lo do, by lhe county auditor, ten or TOTAL " M'BJ Jiiore taxpayers feeling themselves COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COLLECTED aggrieved by ?uch levies, may ap- ANU TO BE COLLECTED peal to the state board of tax commissioners for further and final FU.VnS Collected hearing thereon by filing a petition' 19G5 vvlth the county auditor on or before j Special £!61,706 the fourth Monday of September orjTuition ._ __ 3t3'o69 on or before the tenth day after i Vet. Memorial Fund .-~~-^~~—L~ 25.'813 publication by the county auditor of Cumulative Building Fund ~_ 129.050 27,115 TOTAL _ $856.753 Verl Miller. President Raymond Poor, Vice President Waldo Canaday, Secretary :C-3627—Aug. !)-16 SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6- Actual Balance. June 30th of present year 2,378 1,223 . All Othe H^ 1 Fund jniic (See Schedule) "~. I lints 6. 7. 8a and 8b) • as"^,'^ 1 ? s'prnsr* 1 from JanVi to ju 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (AdU lines 10 antl'll) Taxpayers appearing shall have a Amount to Bo Raised $ 4H2.252 520.P88 137'758' anci prepentert to the county auditor! vrt, $1,093,795! nnl Ia j er 'han two day* prior to the Township ' '" ""*" ^^^F^Wtoi Fund $1,400 465 352 817 1,183 1.1S3 Civi Bom Flint |4,32! 2,200 iCT T-7167, PROJECT NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNTING TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF EARL S. MCCARTY ESTATE. NO. 16596 Notice is hereby given that a final report and account has been filed ay Harold L. McCarty the Administrator herein, with a petition for authority to distribute the assets ;hereof. The same will come up 'or approval by the Superior Court of Madison County, on the 25th day of August, 1956. unless persons interested in said estate appear, on or before said date, and show cause, if any therebe. why such accounting should not be approved, or unless such person make iroof of heirship. and claim any lart of such estate, not shown by such report. Therefore, unless any jerson interested in this estate, has iome objection to the final account- ng as filed, or claim, your presence s not required in court, on the date lereinabove set out. Eugene Creagmile Clerk, Superior Court of Madison County, Indiana Jeckman, Rotruck, Schyler & Attorney for Estate H-3628 August 9-16 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE The undersigned Executor of the Will or Laverna R. Hardy, deceased, hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Madison County, Indiana, he will AT THE HOUR OF 1:30 P.M. (EST) ON THE 7th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1966 and from day to day thereafter until sold, offer for sale at private sale at the office of Peck * Peck, Attorneys, 506 Anderson Bank Building, Anderson, Indiana, all of the interest of the decedent in and to the following described real estate located in Henry County, Indiana, to-wit: The West half of the Northwest quarter of Section 15, Township 17 North, Range 9 East, SO acres, more or less. Also, the North half of the Southwest quarter of Section 15, Township 17 North, Range 9 East, 80 acres, more or less. Also, the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section 15, Township 17 North, Range 9 East, 40 acres, more or less, containing In all three tracts 200 acres, more or less. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of the said court for not less than the full appraised value thereof A deposit of 109s of the sale price will be required on the day the properly is sold and the balance of the purchase price must be paid in full when the sale is ap- prove'd and the deed delivered. An abstract of title will be brought down to date and furnished the purchasers and an opportunity given to examine the same prior to the closing of the sale. Said parcels of real estate will be sold separately and together and the bid or bids which is for the best interest of said estate will be accepted. Said real estate will be sold free and -clear of all liens and encumbrances except taxes due and payable in 1967 and subsequent thereto. Possession will be given when the deal is closed, subject to the rights of the present tenants. The seller reserves the crops on the farm in 1966. Said farm is located in Henry County 5 miles West of New Castle. Indiana, and 6 miles East of Markleville. Indiana, at the Southeast corner of the intersection of State Road, #234 and County Road 600 West. County Road 100 South is on the South side thereof. FOR SALE signs on premises. Road frontaee: 1313 feet frontage on State Road 234 5300 feet frontage on County Road BOO West 1327 feet frontage on County Road 100 South This farm is improved by the farm home consisting of 5 rooms and bath and modern except furnace. Also, a 5 room semi-modern tenant house. It has a large barn, 2 silos, a machine shed, a feeding floor, and a high moisture bin which will hold 10,000 bushels of shelled corn. This is a sood stock and grain farm. Potential subdivisions. Survey by reaistered engineer furnished. Examination of these farms may be made prior to the date of sale by arrangements with the undersigned executor or attorneys. IRA E. BELL, Executor of the Will of Laverna R. Hardy, Deceased. Phone New Castle 529-9360 PECK & PECK, Attorneys, 506 Anderson Bank Building, Anderson, Indiana Phone 644-3658 C-3605d Aug. 16-23-30, Sept. 6 • 4.062 6,32 tax rates charged, whichever date is later, and the state board of tax commissioners will UK a date for hearing in this county. Dated this 4th day of August, 1966 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the matter of determining the Collected lass $394.384 331.268 22,292 135.000 832,9-H Compensation of Town Attorney Compensation of Firemen rh^ f r,^, S,m v ? H ClVl 'n Tm t-omm. Indiana. Befor of Town Trustees. Notice is hereby P ur P° scs by I Other Compensation n ' ^ison Services CJntractural e ihe Board Sunnlies " given the tax- Current Charges the 2!)lh day ,,f August, 1966 Vill , STREET FUND ?°Fv£p r ,' h , c ./?. l J'™' i "' ! butl8ct: .Services Personal -Safarfo, Xn" T rust c« , , 000 m ^$£ C °" { ™"" Salary of Clerk-Treasurer 1.250 00 •Malcn-i ' Salary of Marshal i Irur Deputy Marshals K.BM.dnlcur .... . ESTIMATE OF Kl'Nns TO BK FUNDS nKOIMRKn FOR ?;XPF.N^F-i TO DECEMBER .11 OF INCOMINO YEAR 1. Total hurled estimate For uirntnmr vear I nee-. 31. IW7. ,,1,-luMvp ' ' 1. Necessary pxn"nrl>lure.'. July 1 to Pi 'lid Monday ... „_, Ihe levy fixed by the county tax ad- To Be '"stment board, or on their failure Collected 150 lo ^°- b - v the 1 county auditor, ten 1967 i or mor c taxpayers feeling them- S 402252J ves aggrieved by such levies. 528'gsn: may appeal to the state board of' FL : M)S 2-1'737!'?*,commissioners 'or further and' .-„-. I37'758- hearing thereon by filing a pe- Township _ 5 3.4;^ itition with the county auditor on or Fire Fighting 11520 51 093795^ cforc tne fourth Monday of Sep. Civil Bond Fund 4018 fHrtr Rum* Tvmc,, tembcr or on or before the tenth Tuition 59 019 Board of School T , , d "X afler Plication by the county Special School 20361 Board of School Trustees auditor of tax rates charced. which-'Cumulative Building " 13393 ever date is later, and the state School Township (Properties 2.000.00! b °3™ °' '»* commissioners will fix Bond Fund 1607 Total Street Fund •'f] 970 00' a riflte fm ' hearing in this county. ! TOT.XI " ' ' i Phyllis .f. Calvert Trustee! 2 5 n 0 m - Green Tovvn.-hlp ,Dated Aupus! 2, 1!>66. 2!.TO.Oo! NOTICE TCI TAXPAYERS iCom7>ensation"ofToun "" 20000] OF TAX LEVIES ; Attorney 210.00 In the matter of rietermininc the,Compensation of Firemen 5(111.00 tax ra.les for certain purposes by' Compensation of Buildine 5,790.00 La t>ol Civil Tou-n. Madison County.! Inspector Indiana, Before (he Board of Town-Services Contractual ng $2.101.023; Lfvy on Property ... $.10 --- .06 $.16 IngaJls Amount ti Be Rafsei $2,72 1.260 $3,98: COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COLLECTED AND TO BE COLLECTED 600.00 2.500.00 PARK FUND 300.00'Services Personal 37.275.00 Services Contractual 2.625.00 Supplies 600.00.Current Charges .... I7.7ffll.oo;Properties 435.001 Total Park Fund 6,500.OOjCUMl DATIVE CAPITAL 79.980.001 IMPROVEMENT FUND Bonds — Municipal Rldg. Bonds — Fire station . ... 5.000.001Land Improvement 18.500.00 Total Cumulative Capital Collected 1964 SI03723 Collected 156.1 $ 3,787 1.67! 5,695 26.170 16.593 8.367 562,289 lc-3634—Aug. Collected 1965 S2.393 832 To Be Collectec 1S67 $2.721,260 $3,831 16-23 m rharccs u Ohh/ations ' ... oa umuatve apta , a enera un 500.00 Improvement Fund .r>63 75'SS?, lr Jrc C | "'' lr meeting place, on the i MOTOR VEHICLE 2.500.00 Complete detail of budcot csti- 7 H'' ^, a - v ,° , August IMS. will eon-; HIGHWAY FUND 2.W.OO mate may be seen in office of i-'J-VKn u i"ri n ,f ""' RC ' : -Services Personal =20.00 Clerk-Treasurer. L,' a , , T i- . .Services Contractual .NTlai \ of Tou n Irnsters J ;1|10.00 Supplies i Properties 200.00! Total M.V.H .lOOO.OO'PARK FUND Services Personal lOO.OOlServices Contractual . .. 7,221.20! Supplies 3.075.00! Current Charges Properties Tota.l Park Fund .-CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Properties. In 200.00 Fund 18,888.30 185.00 380.01 100.0: 35.00 113.00 813.00 "f rrf: mihlivr Salary Capitol .Salary ImprnvfMiirm Depi Fund of Clr-rk-Trcasurer ado July 1 to Do< 5.517.15 3. Additional appropriations to h •II of present year . 4. Outstanding temporary loans to he paid before Der. .11 of present year 5. Total Funds Required fAdd lines 1. 2. ,1 and 4) " FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM "" SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LF.VY 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 year to Dec. 31 of incoming year— Schedules on file a. Special taxes ......... _ b. All other revenue ..... ... , .......... 9. Total Funds (Add lines B, 7, Ba and 8b)" ......... ~ 10. NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line !) from line 5) 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30. less misc. revenue lor same. period). ___ . .. .. ...... . 1!. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX~~LEVV "(Add lines 10 and ID ___ ..................... 4352230 Taxpayers appearing shall have a 10.909.28 13,830.67 41.07 42,19-1.10 66,975.19 41.522.30 5,000.00 1S.324.03 29,026.60 44.950.6:1 right to ba heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined and presented to the county auditor not later tlian two days prior to 3.949.88 1,600.2-1 4.7S 420.00 5.974.87 500.00 4,3X1.9! 8,827.51 9,014.37 Net Taxable Property $3,167,120.00 PROPOSED LEVIES the second Monday in September, and the levy fixed by the county tax- Adjustment hoard, or on thrir failure so to do, by the county auditor. I ten or more laxpaycrs feeling them-(FUNDS selves flflfiricvefl hy such levies, may appeal In the slalr board of G"neial tux commissioners for fnr'.her and Park final IICHI-IIIR thereon, by filing a pe- Library . tllitin will! the roiinlv audllor on or TOTAL licforr the fourth Monday of Sep. over flat nhrr or on or heforf Ihc Irnlh hoard < Levy on Property $147 TOTAL ••••;: . $ ,;6i' COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COU.KITKI AND TO HE C'OI.I.KfTED 211.00 Material Current Charco S.sw.ni) Current ni.lipat i-:s'miATi: or n \ns TO BE RAISED FUNDS RKQlMliF.n i-'OR EXPENSES TO Dice ;M OF IXCOMINY; YK.xn 1. Tnla! hiidcrt csti:;ute for incommc year, .Ian. Drr. 31, 1967. ini'lusivp 2. Ncrcs.-.uy expenditures. July ] to Dec. 31 of present ye.-ir. to be made from appropriations unexpended 3. Additional appropriations to be made July 1 to Dec 3! of present year <. Outstanding temporary loans to be paid before Dec^ 31 of present yc.ir 5. Total Funds Required (Add lines 1, 2. 3 and 4) FUNDS ON HAND AND TO f!E RECEIVED FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6. Actual balance. June 301h of present year 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec. Settlement) 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of prcs- ent year to Dec. 31 of incoming year — Schedules on til a. Special taxes b All other revenue 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6 7 8a and 8bl 10. NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (DC. diu-t line 9 from line 51 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 lo June 30. less misc. revenue for same period) 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11) . _ __ __ 1 I" Fund ."37.12610 12.802.59 6,485.66 391.68 23.021V92 •12,70!1.85 . - -etnents. 3.5-10.00 and Services Contractual 11.67.'i.:iO Capital Improvements I.Son Of Total C C I Fund 1,500.01 Complete details of hltrierl esti- .[.in.(Mtjmate :iiay bp seen in office iLVficilcierk-Treasiircr. ' rnmiilatlvp Capital Improvement Park . Fund S B13.00 21,193.37 13,87-1.47 41,067.84 1,352.30 877.30 124.72 2.51 1,004.53 li.062.03 7,587.61 Gencrftl . . Park Fund Taxpayers appearing shall have right to be heard Ihcreon. After B «"™V"' c '''"' ''Vies have licen delcrminc;! $46.522.3 *90.'i)it!22i 1 presented to the county auditor day after publication by the county auditor of tax ratoi chargnd, which- latei Cnllrrlrd Ifllil S-'II.Ol.'i fM 3.B6S «7 i.iic:i.ii WI -1(18 II.', the C ollr rlpd 1%'. I.BII.2-1 MV327 «" Coltrrlrrt M8.720.53 I.J'I7 II ) To nr Cnllrrlrd Inr.i 116.522.10 ;not later than luo days prior to the econd Monday in September, and Ihe levy fixed hy the county tax adjust'iienl bonnl.' t,r on Iheii- failure so lo do. by the countv auditor PROPOSED LEVIES Net Taxable Property $1,735,150 FUNDS rlvl ' s m LPAT on Amount to Property np Ral.spd $1.04 $18,0-15.56 "2 3-17.03 "-06 $1M92.59 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COI I I-TITII AND TO HE ( OI.I.rcTED '' 11 '' 1 '»' M ' ll bo M.I 217.91 a dalr for hearing In this coullly. Dated August 5, iftfifi. )iv,i;n^h.nor* for (urthe <-nn,ro. """' I""''"'I"C IllCO-On llv filing ViO.916 22 iitiiin \\jlh Ihe oountv mditur Anna Clsli-p .Slrplirn.s hplorf „ , „ M ,,,; t ,. n . ,,, s Anna clpii-p Slrphrnn, flrrk-TrPasuier ,.l Onn-al CnllrrlPit SIR. I l<l RZ 810.51 $l.1,n.M.3.l later, and the fnlterlpil If) fit 3i7,"."<?.fin 3 in 2t\ ('ollrrlcd - ... ... SHUHd.nn lale TOTAL r dale I lemner or on or before the tenln board of las commissioner, will fix. day after publication by the county; a dale for hPannc In this rounty. • audilor of lax rates charged, winch-mated Annul 2, I9m. ' l|.JfM7. To llr I'nllrrlPd 1966 '111,686.7S 35036 '19.016.11 Mary K Tun-.ei nrrk-T.cAMirPr -Ant. IH-2.1 MATTIE COON EST ATE EXECUTRIX'S PRIVATE SALE FARM° LAND 536 ACRES LOCATED IN HENRY COUNTY, INDIANA The undersigned Executrix of the estate of Mattie Coon, deceased, pursuant to Order of the Superior Court of Madison Count}'. Indiana, will offer at private sale for not less than the full appraised value thereof, the following described real estate in Henry County, Indiana, to-wit: The West half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 18, North, Range 9 East, containing 80 acres, more pr less. (Located on the East side of Henry County Road 650 W and on the North side of Henry County Road 200 N) The Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 18 North, Range 9 East, containing 40 acres, more or less. Also the East half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 18 North, Range 9 East, containing 80 acres, more or less. Containing in both tracts 120 acres, more or less. (Located on the West side of Henry County Road 650 W and on the North side of Henry County Road 200 N) ••••• •••••• •••••• The Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 32 Township 18 North, Range 9 East, containing 40 acres, more or less. (Located on the South side of Henry County Road 275 N and the West side of Middletown Road) . . , . . . The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 32, Township 18 North, Range 9 East, containing 40 acres, more or less. Also the West half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 32, Township 18 North, Range 9 East, containing 80 acres, more or less. Also the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 32, Township 18 North, Range 9 East, containing 40 acres, more or less. Containing in all three tracts 160 acres, more or less. (Located on the South anH i «» «, r u ? 1 - Road 275 N and on lhe East side ot Middletown Road and just north of Indiana State Road 38) **"" •••••• •••••• The West half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 6, Township 17 North, Range 9 East, containing 92.94 acres, more or less. Also the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 31, Township 18 North, Range 9 East, containing 43.28 acres, more or less. tiZ nf M g J," "^ tra( ' ts 136 ' 22 acres > morc or lcss - <Lnca'cd on the East sine of Mecnamcsburg Road just South of Indiana State Road 38) 1ipn« S fin « eal ° S £ ate wi " be sold to the highest bidder for cash free and clear of all liens and encumbrances excepting the 1966 taxes due and payable in 1967 and subject 10 the approval of the Superior Court of Madison County, Indiana, for not less than the full appraised value thereof. Said real estate will be sold subject to the rights of the tenant until March 1, 1967 crops Sa ' d dccedent ' s estate retaining the landlord's share of the growing The buyer will be required to deposit not less than ten percent (10%) of the p.ncnase price at the time of the sale and will be required to pay the balance of the purchase pncc in full upon approval of the sale by the Court and the delivery of the Deed and abstract. Possession of the premises will be granted to the purchaser upon the payment of the purchase price in full, subject to the rights of the tenant until March 1, 1967, and subject to the decedent's estate reserving the existing crops. Said Executrix's sale will be held in the law offices of Sansberry t Dickmann, 300 Anderson Loan Building, Anderson, Indiana, at 9:30 o'clock A.M. on Wednesday, August 31, 1966, and will continue from day to day thereafter until said real estate is sold. Arrangements for inspection of the premises may be made with the undersigned Executrix. Not responsible in case of accidents. AGNES McCASLIN, Kxccutrlx of the Estate of Mattl* Coon, deceased 2940 McKinlcy Street, Anderson, Indlina, Telephone: 643-2928 SANSBI-RRY « DICKMANN 300 AncUnon Loan Building Anderson, Indlam, Telephone: 6«-5«l Attorneys for Executrix C-35B7il. August 2-S-16-23-30

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