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January 26, 1971

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

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TVKSDAY. JANUARY 26, 1J971 THE TIFTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE \\ insertion 2 insertions 3 insertions |4 insertions 5 insertions 6 insertions CLASSIFIED RATES 5f per word 8£ per word 10? per word 12? per word -14? per word 15? per word MinimumCharge $1,25 Charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 days after [the first insertion. Service charge of 25?.will be added after the 10 day period. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the, first issue in which they ap pear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made except for the first incorrect insertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL 20? per line LIGHT FACE LOCAL Memoriam 15? per line Card of Thanks $2.00 Classified advertising - Call 675-2115 before 3 p.m. for insertion next day. Satur day, call before 9 a.m. CANCELLATION- Preceding day CLASSIFIED DISPLAY- Classified per col. inch $1.10] 1 inch daily per month $22.00 Each additional inch — $13,001 Rates Quoted Are Local FOR' SALE — Like new, G.E. washer and dryer, utility cabinet, : Shetland sweeper. Call 675-7241 after 5:30. . C-22 FOR SALE and pad. - Good 9x12 rug .947-3365. C-23 Livestock ) FOR .SALE — Good Spotted Poland Boars. Right type at right prices. Jas. O. McCorkle. Rd. 775 East, i00 North. C-25 For Rent For Sale FOR SALE — Amminum siding. Storm windows-doors. Kool- Vent Awnings. A. J.'Butz, 675-2646. C-TF, FOR RENT r - Half of Double.' Three large rooms. Furnished or unfurnished. Close to town. Damage deposit and reference required. Phone 675-4590. P-22 - f FOR RENT ~ 1/2 double. 5 rooms, bath and garage. 121 So. East. Phone 675-6916 1 P-23 FOR, RENT -- Upstairs 2 bed* room apartment with or without stove and refrigerator. Adults or one child. 334 1/2 N. Independence. 675-6639 | . P-21 FOR RENT -.-Four rooms, bath, close, downstairs. Small back porch, partially inclosed. 6754478. P-21 FOR RENT — Four room furnished upstairs apartment. 409 Oak St -TF FOR RENT ~ Trailer, 1050 N. Main. Adults only, no pets. C-25 FOR RENT .— .Small-3 room furnished apartment.. 6754702. TF Wanted To Buy • WANTED TO BUY * WE NEED USED FURNITURE Top Dollar— Fast Pick-up 552-5315 EARLYWINE'S E. Edge, Tipton. Co. WANTED TO BUY — Used traps of any kind. Contact Lee Purvis & Sons. Sharpsville 963-2455 C-22 Help Wanted HELP WANTEjP — Man or woman for Indianapolis Sunday Star motor route, Tipton area, Sunday only. 3 1/2 hours per Sunday. $21.00 profit per Sunday. Write or call Jerry Cottrell. Box 216, "Tipton, Indiana. 675-2934. C-22 Male Help Wanted HELP WANTED — Janitor for new nursing home. Apply at National Nursing Home, 701 E. Jefferson, Tipton.. Monday, Feb. 1 from 1 to 5 p.m. C-25 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1965 Buiek La Sebra, 2 door hard top, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes. Call before 2:30. Phone 675-2889. P-26 Wanted WANTED - Willdesignandesti- mate cost of new homes. Phone 675-2214. P-25 Lost & Found' LOST— Black billfold lost in Tipton at Courthouse. Reward. John Bruce, 947-3205 before 2 p.m. C-23 Services MILLIONS of rugs have been cleanedwith Blue Lustre. It's... America's finest. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Carney's Drug Store. C-25 HOOVER TAX SERVICE H & R Block graduate. Phone 675-2754. P-28 SEPTIC TANK Cleaning. Ray.'. inond Tragesser. Call 5527162 or 675-2163. C-TF FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE TUNE UP EBERT'S ARCO SERVICE DIAL 675-7125 SINCLAIR IS ARCO it CP 0> PORTABLE WELDING — Water line thawing. Tony Hancock 947-3832. TF ACCOUNTING - small business and individual tax service. Carolyn Coy. Phone 675-6960 C-24 Blondie ® By Chic Young FRONT-END ALIGNMENT - — Smith Tire Service; 115 N. Indep. St. Phone" 675-6165. •I TF THS Activities Today, the Student Council met during activity period in room 129. Tonight there is a Faculty meeting. The Wrestling, team travels to Hamilton Heights at 6:30 p.m. Adult Evening Division Classes will be held at 6:3< Wednesday during activity period there will be a meeting of F.B.L.A. in the Cafeteria and F.F.A. meeting in the Agricultural Shop. Thursday School activity pictures will be taken. Friday there is a home basketball with Hamilton Heights starting at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. there will be a CIC Wrestling Tourna/nent in the School gym. Two Year Battle Ends as Council Refuses Annexation SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI>The South Bend Common Council voted Monday night, 6-3,. against annexing the University of Notre Dame. The vote ended a two-year battle by city administrators to have the campus brought into its jurisdiction. - The council deliberated four- and-a-half hours at its regular: meeting before taking its vote. The proposal called for annexation of the Notre Dame campus and adjacent lands oi St. Mary's and Holy Cross colleges. The area included 1,560 acres. City attorneys argued that the annexation was necessary for the orderly expansion of South Bend- proper and also .would mean a $100,000 per capita tax rebate from various sources. However, officials i for the schools involved said the cost of services the city must provide would far overshadow any tax advantages which might be gained. j Brick Bradford By Paul Norris POPEYE By Bud Sagendorf err OUT OF ME HOUSE, VAl BLASTIP , VT Vb ME BLASTlp fi«EAT-6REAT- 6f2EAT-<Sf?AKi'mPPy/ HE HAS BEEN A 6HOSK FERTvVO VEA12S TO YAFBR CACC/M FOR EXCELLENT/ WITH THIS PHOTO Of THE NECKLACE, BINKIE WILL BE ABLE TO MAKE A fiMCE THAT CAM* FOOL MR. JACQUES FOR A PEWV MINUTES: j Today's Almanac I Today is Tuesday, Jan. 26, NOTICE -'- tnnTED STATES MARSHAL'S FORECLO- . SURE SALE - III the District Court of the' United States lor the Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division - United States of America, acting for and on behalf of Small Business Administration, plaintiff, vs. Herman Levi, et al, defendants. Cans* No.lP63C 564, Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to a decree of foreclosure and order of sale entered by the United States District Courtlnthe above entitled cause on February 12,1963, and •re-affirmed bj said District Court on October 13, 1970, I, Charles D. boos. United States Marshal for the Southern District of nvtlana, In cooperation with Small Business Administration, an Agency of the United States nf America, will on the 10th day of March, 1971 at the hour of 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon. Eastern Standard Time, at the Tipton County Court House, Tipton, Indiana, .sell at public '. ' auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, all and singular the following real property In the said decree mentioned, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said decree. The real estate to be offered for sale Is located in the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, and Is legally described as follows: Tract No. Z: Lot 2 and a part of Lot 1 in Block 5 of John P. Kemp's 2nd Addition to the City of Tipton, Indiana, more parUcnlaxly describ- . ed asfollows: Beginning 15 feet sooth of the northeast corner of Lot 1 on the west line of . Conde Street and 110 feet south of the center line of the NYC 4 St. L.R.R. and running- south 113.4 an iron pipe on the north. line of Lot 3, tnence : west 142 feet to an iron pipe on the east side of an alley, thence run- ; hing north'117.6 feet to an iron pipe which is 9.6 feet south of the northwest corner of said Lot 1, thence following a curve, whose radius Is 415 feet, southeasterly 68 feet to .a point .. 15 feet south of the north line of said Lot 1, thence east parallel with the south line of Erie Street 73 feet to the place of beginning. ' Tract No. 3: Lot 10, and part of Lot 11 and a part of Lot 12 in Block 5 of John P. Kemp's 2nd Addition to the City of Tipton, Indiana, . more particularly described as follows: Be. ginning at the northwest corner of Lot 12 on the east line of Green Street and 110 feet . south of the center line of the NYG4 St. L Jt3. and running thence south on the" east line of Green Street 192,5 feet to an iron pipe on the north. side of an alley, thence running east 139.5 feet to an iron pipe on the west line of an alley, thence running north along the west, . line of an alley 111.5 feet to an iron pipe, thence turning a deflection 'angle, to the left'. ' of 69 degrees' 40 minutes and running-west 81.5 feet, thence running north parallel" with . Green Street 82 feet to an iron pipe, thence ; running west on the south- line of Erie Street. (56.6) fifty-six point six feet to the place of : beginning. "Tract No. 4: Lot 9 in Block 5 of John P. Kemp's 2nd Addition to the City of Tipton, In- - diana, more particularly described asfollows: Lot (9) nine is the third lot north of Dearborn Street' on the south side of an alley. Its proportional width is (65.9) sixty-five point nine feet north andsouthand(V40 )oDa -hundredforr/ feet east and west on Its north line, - together with all the buildings, improvements, ' appurtenances, additions, substitutions and replacements thereunder attached or belonging. All of the above property will be. offered in groups and parcels and piecemeal. For additional Information with regard to the real estate described herein to be sold, please contact the office of Small Business' Administration, 36 South Pennsylvania Street,. Indianapolis, Indiana, or the office of the United States Attorney, Indianapolis, Indiana. DATED at Indianapolis, Indiana, this 21st . day of January, 1971. • • ' - , ^ '.'. CHARLES D. LOOS ;' United States Marshal Federal Building ~ Indianapolis, bdiaoa'.' L-53. . ' C-20 . TOWNSHIP. TRUSTEE'S (ABSTRACT) REPORT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1970 Wildcat Township Tipton County FUNDS 'Townshlp..„...... M ...„...J. Dog............................. ' Bonds 4 Coupons.. Fire Fighting........ Recreation...... „.... TOTALS™ . December: _ Total Recreation Fund., Balance Jan. 1 32,832.63 15.00 2,630.00 2,074.40 35,552.03 'Receipts $3,006.60 527.05 5,085.00 ' 1,967.07 ' 1,180.24 311,765.91 Disbursements • $2,677.19 311.00 5,067.00 3,959.73 1.180.24 $13,195.66 Balance Dec. 31 . $1,162.04 . 231.05 "2,647.50 88.74 $4,122.28 FIRE FIGHTING FUND • July ..[ SI.044.17 December..... . , ....] 992.90 : Total Fire Fighting Fund...... $2,037,07 BONDS 4 COUPONS FUND June .. ,„... j $2,560.00 December..™™ . ...! 2,525.00 Total Bonds t Coupons Fundj $5,085.00 DETAILS OF RECEIPTS -.553.74 j ,TOWNSHIP FUND. $1,178,74 ! Taxes—June ' Taxes—December...™...,....- .' Total Township Fund.™., 'DOG FUND" Dog Tax from Assessor ™.'-.. Dog Tax from Co. Treis...... Total Dog Fund.... „. $3,295.83 2,658.08 $5,153.91; t 264.00 • : 263.05 $ 527.05 RECREATION FUND July.. DISBURSEMENTS TOWNSHIP FUND, R.A.Cardwel! t *<>M Union State Bank. „ 7.60L Postmaster,....!.................. 8.00 Leo Clouser........ „.. . 95.20 KlgertCo . .9.74 Kiger « Co™ . • 2.02; Union State Bud™™™:™. - 7.60. Leo Clouser. , 95.20 Union State Bank,™™™™ 8.48 Leo Clouser .......... 95.20 Public Employ Retirement ' Fund..™..; i™.. 28.80 Union State Bank...™..... 7.80 Lwo Clouser...™...™; .. 95^0 Union State Bank. ............ 7.60. Leo Clouser......... J. 95^0 Union State Bank..... .... 7.60 Leo Clouser™....™.; ' 95.20* Union S-TATE Bank..... ™. 7.60 Leo Clouser™. ™..„ ' 95.20 Union Stale Bank..™.. 7.60 Uo Clouser............... v ..... 95.20 Union State Ban™..—........ 7.97 Leo Cloaser.™..™...™.™ . 95J0 Public Employ Retirement '- : • j Fund..™..™...™ -. , 28.80 Public Employ Retirement ' Fund.......:.....:............... " 9.50 Tlptco Tribune ™.™ ..... 46.37 Union State Bank.. ™„... 8.61 Leo Clonser.'.™.......™. 95.20 Union State Bant.™.. .. ' i 8.40 Leo Clouser. .....™......... 95.20 Harold E, Hlatt —™. Ralph Blessing™.™.Jerry Prtfctar™ Wilson Wbeatly™™.™,..... American Legion Post M83,. Lema Clouser. . ™ Leo Ctouser,™....™™.™. Leo Clouser..™.™...™.—. Union State Bank...™™..™ Public Employ Retirement - Fund™..™..™ .— 1 DOG FUND Gay Gunning™.™.™™.™ Charles E. McCorkle........... Raymond Fraxee.™™,.™.. $ 625.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 300.00 238.00 95.20 250.00 - '-'5 .52.50 105.00' 170.00 -36.00 FIRE FIGHTERS FUND Vo. Fire Fighters ™™™_ : '480 .00 Edwards Fire Fighting Equip ' J2130 ' Butners Ins...™ ™™ . 102.50 Union 76™. 1 i 63.59 ' Butner Ins™™.™.™..™. ', . 208 .00 CityofWindfaU., ;': . 2.000.00 Union 76..... ... ..... 20.73 National Fire Hose Corp. , 191 .20 CityofWindfaU™.; ™..i\ 500 .00 Union 76 . ™™Xi 2W1" Union76. : ™ «.30 RECREATION FUND City ot Windfall™™™.:™; $ 626.50 CityofWindfaU...™™™'... i _ . 553.74 I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true and correct statement of the receipts and disbursements of the above named township; that a complete and detailed annual report together with all. accompanyinc'voucbars showing the names of persons having beenpald money by the township his been filed as required by law In the office of the county auditor, and that a copy of such annual report is la custody of the chairman of .fha.townshlp advisory board. Said report Is subject to inspection by any taxpayer of the township. Leo Clouser, Trustee Published January 28. 1971 L-44 FOR SALE TIPTON COUNTY 97ACRE FARM East ot Rd; 31 on Howard Co. Tipton Co. LiM Rd. This farm has been reappraised since last listing. Farmers Loan & Trust Co. Tipton. Indiana Phone 675-2172 Adm. of Estate "of Oliver P„ Smith Jo»F.Watson Atty. Phone 675-4185 the 26th day of 1971. The moon isj between its new. phase and first quarter. The morning stars are Mercury; Venus, Mars and Jupiter. M The evening star is Saturn. Those'born on this day are under the [sign of Aquarius. On this day in history: In 1815 the . 7,000-volume library ot Thomas; Jefferson v was bought -by the U.S. government to be used to start • the Library of Congress, : In 1918 Food Administrator Herbert lioover asked Americans to observe wheatless M n.n d a if s and Wednesdays, meatless Tuesdays, and pork-: less, Thursdays and Saturdays. In 1964 Harry Stuhldreher of Page S Notre Dame's famous "Four horsemen" football bat;kfiel(l died. In 1964 Harry Stuhldreher of Notre Dame's famous 'Tour horsemen" football backfield died at theage of 63. Break-In The Tipton County Sheriffs office and Tipton" City Police investigated a breakin at the Don Ross Motor Sales and Service Building on lnd. 28 east Tuesday morning. Officers said intruders broke the glass from a southeast walkin door, then unlocked the door apparatus and entered the building. City Police were still checking the site Tuesday morning for missing items. FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF WINDFALL, INDIANA FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31th, 1970 Balance January 1st, 1970.. General Property fax........ A. B.C.;...! License U™......„ Refunds....,! Total Receipts.. GENERAL FUND 518,307.00 1,826.19 50.00 1,530.53 'Total Balance Salary of town trustees..... : Salary of clerk-Treasurer „,..„ Salary of Town Attorney.,......"... Compensation of Firemen......... Salary of Marshall 1 Deputy ..... Postage....!^...™— . Office Supplies^.... Telephone City HalL._.._„.„... Street LIghb .... .. Gasoline..' DISBURSEMENTS 'Repairs, Gasoline for Fire Trucks Repair Parts ........ W i„..;.....,„.. ' Insurance ........ Hydrant Rentals.. Subscriptions and Dues.. Premium do Official Bonds.. Telephone iVolunteer Firemen..... Social Security Tax U W.H. Tax... Equipment'.'. Public Publication of Legal Notices.... Use of EqulpmenL,.„««. w .^..„.....;. Other Materials.. Total Disbursements _„.;„. Balance December 31,1970.. - Balance of January 1, 1970....... Property |rax«.....„„..„... ........ Total Receipts and Balance........... Balance of December 31,1370.._.„ Salary....!........... .«.'.».. Street Materials & Supplies..... . State 4 wfjr. Taxes. . TotalDisbursements„. m ... Balance ofDecember 31, 1970_ Balance of January 1, 1970.... ..; S14.465.16 21.713.72 36,178.88 800.00 .000.00 600.00 .200.00 ,304.00 45.75 157 33. IMLI ,604.16. 859.97 986.20 799.10 986.20 ,200.00 204.00 52.00 468.52 646.54 201.19 95.56 ,250.00 529.42 ,665.55 ,513.33 ; Property STREET FUND DISBURSEMENTS RECREATION FUND 930.42 890,79 226.81 191.04 rTax.... Other Receipts .„.;......„„......., Total Balance and Receipts .. Balance bf December 31, 1970... Labor..!.... .„.„._ Telepbone.! rf .„.....«......«..'.......,. ; Heat, light 4 Power..;.... ...... Supplies..................— .... Insurance.,.....^......:.........:........ Repairs! ......... Total Disbursements ..„.........„„, Balance! December 31, 1970......... DISBURSEMENTS 2,153.76 2,662.50 1,068.96 60.72 1,237.23 676.83 613.04 887.36 4,522.77 330.42 5.453.19 1,308.64 4,144.55 2.165.05 4,780.26 6.945.31 Balance January 1, 1970....... Receipts' Gas Tax. Total Receipts 4 Balance TotU Balance and Receipts-.:.- Salary jeages .......................... Supplies....:.... ........... Taxes S.S. 4 W.H ; „ ' Total Disbursements Balance December 31, WO.......... MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY DSBURSEMENTS 11,835.76 3,694.64 11.270.09 768.61 •„•..,!•: CUMULATIVE CAPtTAL IMPROVEMENT ^Balance on January 1, 1970 m ...«........„«...«..'„. w ... Cigarette Tax..... „ 4,848.42 " Total ReceIpts.. H . M .........„„....„. M .. WH . H ....„;—« Total Balance 4 Receipts _.........„........_..._..„...„. Disbursements ..........— Balance December 31. 1970 DISBURSEMENTS WATER WORK .FUNDS Balance January 1. 1970.... „ WaterjCollectlons % Taxes...... '• Hydrant Rentals.. Meter] Deposits..' „ . .. Depreciation Fund.......... Total Receipts „. ~. Total Balance .4 Receipts „ DISBURSEMENTS ' Labor... Bonds Paid Interest.! -Meter deposit refunds........... Insurance........ .............., Expense 4 Repairs... Chemicals „.....«...'.««.'...«. Light' 4 Power........„..._.... Tales................................. Stamps, envelopes 4 office supplies M Total Disbursements 12,535.97 4.500.00 350.00 646.15 2,960.09 3,000.00 3,837.50 182.00 267.00 2,270.54 719.20 1,366.25 976.10 371.24 4,544.14 2.40U7 16,791.73 li;835.76 28,627.49 15,733.34 12.894.15 13,612.49 4,848.42 18.460.91 18,160.91 18.032.12 42,785.72 Balance December 31, ism................... Outstanding iodefcbxiness Outstanding checks ' General Fund No.' - ' 373—$ 75.00 374— 50.00 379— 10.00 • 380— 15.07 389— 248.00 Motor Vehicle Highway No. 383— t 66.64 Recreation No. 822—$ 24.46 Water Works No. 391-$ 20.64 15,949.92 ' 26,835.80 • 92,000.00 Alice Simmons. Clerk-Tres. PUBLIC AUCTION Thursday, Jan. 28, 1971, at 7:00 PJM STORM'S AUCTION HOUSE, MASONIC BlDG., KEMPTON, INr. Antiques, collectors' items, new and used furniture, new merchandise, to be sold following the sale of household goods and contents of the i \ HARRY F. LUTHY ESTATE Marble top dresser, wash stand, old Rodgers 1847 silverware, buggy hitch - 2 horse, trunks, double trees; 22.gauge rifle, Seth Thomas pendulum clock, Edison phonograph, approx. 20 old records, old eye glasses, old picture frames, kerosene lamp, kerosene lantern, pie safe, old books, old dressers, old kitchen cabinet, old pictures, old chest, new bath tub.-' stpok, lavatory with fixtures - all crated, refrigerator, TV sets, incubator, step ladder. Filter Queen vacuum, cleaner, tables, chairs, fence stretcher, wheel barrow, electric motor with grinding wheel, hand tools, garden tools, glass ware, dishes, pots; pans, other items too numerous to mention. . Terms r cash , T • .V Not responsible for goods after sold, nor accidents. Everett, D. Rude, Adm. Joe F. Watson, Atty. STORMS AUCTION & Ptu 947.3902 REALTY CO. Kempton, Indiana-

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