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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES .; : f^:»~~'^--V •»-«'•' In the matter of determining the tax rates for certain purposes by New Point Civil Town, .Decatur Indiana, before the Board of Town Trustees, notice is hereby given the taxpayers of New Point S? v ",,i o .![ ) th~day of County, Indiana, that the proper officers 'of said civil town, at their regular meeting place, on the jutn aay August, 1965, will consider the following budget: STREET FUND Services Personal $ 800 00 GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees $ 450 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer 350 00 Salary of Marshal and Deputy Marshals 230 00 Compensation of Town Attorney 50 00 Services Contractual 1589 00 Current Charges - 653 00 Total Genera] Fund 53342 00 Supplies 25 00 Materials 925 00 Total Street Fund $1750 00 MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY FUND Materials $2000 00 way Fund ............................ 52000 00 CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Services Contractual .............. ?1000 00 Trip to Total Motor Vehicle High- Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen in office of Clerk Treasurer. Estimate of Funds to Be Raised Total Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund ........ ?N>00 00 FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO General DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR . Fund 1. Total Budget Estimate for incoming year, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1966, m- dncitrg .. — - $3342 00 2. Necessary expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended $1700 00 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 5. Total Funds Required (Add lines 1, 2, 3 and 4)— 55042 00 FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6 Actual balance. June 30th of present year - S,™ nn 7 Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec. Settlement) 51107 uu 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of present year to Dec. 31 of incoming year—Schedules on file a. Special taxes ~eii=o nn b. All other revenue Si??- nn 9 Total Funds (Add lines 6, 7. 8a and Bb) $416o 00 10 NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct'line 9 from line 5) ? 877 00 11. Operating Balance (not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less misc. revenue for same period) S 4JB uu AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11) $131o 00 Proposed Levies Street Fund $1750 00 $1500 00 Motor Vehicle Highway Fund $2000 00 $1800 00 Cumul. Capital Imp. Fund $1000 00 $3250 00 $3800 00 $1000 00 $2645 00 $2794 00 $2645 00 $ 605 00 12 $ 605 00 $3304 00 $6098 00 $1362 00 $1302 00 $ 820 00 $ 820 00 $ 229 00 $ 229 00 Net Taxable FUNDS — Property $194,900 Street Motor Vehicle Highway Cumulative Capital Improvement.. Levy on Property '.'.'".. 32 Total.... Comparative Statement of Tares Collected and To Be Collected Street _......._ sm2 °° Total. - $2319 00 Amount To Be Rafced $1920 00 To Be Collected 1966 $1315 00 $ 605 00 $5871 00 $4095 00 S1920 00 ..$ 1.32 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined and the levy ; taxpayers Ming tnemseives aggrieved ay suun jevius, may appeal to tut; Mate uudiu wi iaA w«^....— . ----- - ,J--- + -. __ ntl final hearing thereon by filing a petition with the county auditor on or before the fourth Monday of September or on or before the tenth day after publication by the county auditor of tax rates charged, whichever date is jazer, auu uic state board of tax commissioners will fix a date for hearing in this county. W — Aug. 13-20 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the matter of determining th> diana, before the Board of Town Trui County, Indiana, that the proper offk August. 1965, will consider the following budget: GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees $ 225 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer 125 00 Compensation of Town Attorney 50 00 Services Contractual 527 00 Supplies 30 00 Current Charges .-..- 10 00 Total General Fund $ 967 00 STREET FUND Services Persona) ? 800 00 Total Street Fund S 800 00 MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY FUND Materials S1000 00 Total Motor Vehicle High way Fund S1000 00 CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Materials—Street Imp $ 473 00 Total Cumulative Capital Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen in office of Clerk-Treasurer. ESTIMATE OF FUNDS TO BE RAISED Improvement Fund General Fund Street Fund FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR . 1. Total budget estimate for incoming year, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1966, in 2. Necessary expenditures',"July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended 5 5 °0 00 ? 4uu uo 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... 5 Total Funds Required (Add lines 1, 2. 3 and 4) $1467 00 $1200 00 FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6. Actual balance. June 30th of present year » oat JU 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 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) $ 509 70 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less misc. revenue for same period) S 287 00 AMOUNT TO BE KAISED~BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11).....7;.:..:$~796 70 Motor Vehicle Highway Fund .$ 473 00 Cumul. Capital Imp. Fund 967 00 $ 800 00 $1000 00 $ 473 00 Jo 00 * 2 f* ™ 9 9o? 30 12 $ 744 58 $ 77 00 $ 821 58 $ 378 42 $ 378 00 $1318 37 $2041 00 ? 473 00 $ 841 00 $ 167 00 Proposed Levies Net Taxable Property $62.530.00 FUNDS General Street Levy on Polls Levy on Property $1.28 .60 Amount to Be Raised $ 796 70 $ 378 00 Total.. $ 1.88 Comparative Statement of Taxes Collected and To Be Collected Collected Collected Collected FUNDS 1963 1964 1965 Genera] _ _ $1409 00 $ 537 00 $ 915 00 Street $ 587 00 $1830 00 $1174 70 To Be Collected 1966 $ 796 70 $ 378 00 Total _-. _ .$1996 00 $ 537 00 $2745 00 $1174 70 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard th ereon. 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 with the county audi tor on or before the fourth Monday of September or on or before the tenth day after publication by the county auditor of tax rates charged, whichever date is later, and the state board of tax commissioners will fix a date for hearing in this county. e to Moon PAGE 10 Creensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday, Aug. 12,196S, CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) — man if the flight ' lasts the planned-eight days. Besides doubling America's experience with man in space, the Gemini-5 mission is designed to start perfection of the space rendezvous techniques that are needed for Apollo lunar landing missions set to start in 1969. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said 17 medical, scientific and engineering experiments are scheduled for the two space pilots during .their 121 revolution trip arpund the globe. Six of the experiments call for photography of the eartfc its weather and natural' arid manmade objects in space. The federal space agency said today the eight - day Gemini-5 spaceflight starting Aug. 19 is expected to show that Apollo astronauts can endure voyages of similar duration to the moon and back. The flight of astronauts L. ordon Cooper and Charles (Pete) Conrad will set a world's space endurance record : or nearly 192 hours and push the United States ahead of Russia for the first time in total man - hours in space if all oes as planned. Cooper, veteran of a 34-hour Project Mercury solo mission in 1963, will have more time in the weightless void of space than any other NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Decatur Circuit Court Notice is hereby given that Joseph Wahman and Howard Heppner were on the 9th day of August, ±965, ap- P °Co-Administrators of the estate of George Q. Heppner, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court with- n six months from the date of the irst publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Greensburg. Indiana, this qth day of August, 196S. AUDREY NAVARRA, Clerk of Circuit Court of Decatur County. Indiana. Attorney For Estate: Wycoff & 'reeman, Batesville, Indiana. D—Aug. 12-19-26 Big Week CLEVELAND, Ohio. (UI>,I) —Automation — the working man's best friend? Take the case of the ironworker employed by the Cleveland Board of Education. He returned a paycheck recently and asked for a new accounting. It seems the check was.issued by a new data processing machine. The worker couldn't figure how he had worked 800 hours in two weeks to earn the 86,000 check. One of the most important goals of the flight-is to look for any possible ill effects on the. astronauts from the eight days in space — the.-same/.amount, of time needed for an Apollo crew to fly to the moon, explore its surface and return to earth. "Gemini-5 is expected to demonstrate that the prolonged weightlessness of a manned moon mission is not a threat to the health of the crew, and that well - conditioned, well- trained astronauts can perform effectively over the duration of such a flight," NASA said. Big Balance ' FRANKLIN SQUARE, N. Y. (UEI) — Keeping that minimum balance required for a checking. account is getting tougher all 'the time. The Franklin National Bank here ; will soon open an ultra chic branch office on New • York's Fifth Avenue. It will offer such services as maids, butlers serving refreshments, , secretarial help with correspondence and obtaining theatre tickets, and on-the- spot cash loans. Minimum balance required —$25,000 for checking accounts, $50,000 for business accounts. Would Lower U. S. Voting Age to 18 WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep. Charles L. Weltner, D-Ga., has proposed a constitutional amendment to lower the national voting age to 18. Weltner said in introducing his proposal Wednesday that soon half the population of- the" United States will be less than 25 years old. He said these young persons were shouldering many of the nation's responsibilities, including fighting in the armed forces. It is now up to the states to set the minimum age for vot-. ing. With the exception of an 18- year-old minimum in Georgia and Kentucky, the minimum age in now 21 in all the states. Batesville to Annex IM. — Council The has BATESVILLE, Batesville City passed on first reading and taken under consideration an ordinance which would provide for annexation of approxjrnately 4^ acres of property in'the;Hunters.| ville area. Included in 'the- annexation would be 37 parcels of property bounded by Columbus. Avenue to the south, an extension; of Mulberry Street (the hospital read): on the east, 1-74 on the north and. a section line on the, west. Property owners have, been, notified by letter of ihe proposed annexation. Classified Ad Phone,; 663-311?.. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the matter of determ diana, before the Board of ' County. Indiana, that the propc. August, 1965, will consider the following budget: Services Contractual 4022 00 Supplies J 475 00 Current Charges 4910 00 Current Obligations 45 00 Properties 700 00 GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees $ 600 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer.... 300 00 Salary of Marshal and Deputy Marshals 140 ° °° Compensation of Town Attorney Compensation of Firemen 50 00 1450 00 STREET FUND Services Contractual $ 5oOO 00 Materials --_ 50 ° °° Total Street Fund S 6000 00 CUMULATIVE IMP. FUND Cigarette Tax $ 1785 00 Total General Fund $13952 00 Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen in office of Clerk-Treasurer. ' i Estimate of Funds To Be Raised General Fund incoming year, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1966, in- ••3r"of-prS'eitT^toJbe_ ^ ^ Total Improvement Fund..? 1785 00 1 CS • " 'July" i" 'to 4. Outstanding temporary loans vo be paid before Dec. of present SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX 6. Actual Balance June 30th of^present^year.... Hal JJd»«*i»LC ff «111- uw...* ** - i ..-~.. « «4.\ M to be collected present year (December settlement)-.. -•— cellaneous Revenue to be received July 1st of present year to .$20417 30 ..$ 2428 53 .$ 5438 21 7. Tax. "iJec!"^"^ 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 FOB c^j-^i^^^ *~ *.—. , 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5)__-..-—-.—.-——» a "° UJ 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June M, ? 250Q flo $ 3407 51 $11274 25 Net Taxable Funds — General Street Proposed Levies Property $566,635.00 Levy on Polls Street Fund $ 6000 00 S 2297 40 S 8297 40 (190 82) S 317 33 S 7278 39 $ 7404 90 S 892 50 $ 500 00 5 1392 50 Levy on Property $ 2.06 25 Cum. Imp. Fund $ 1785 00 $ 1785 00 $ 1785 00 $ 1785 00 Total... $2.31 $13059 63 All proceeds go to the St. Peter's United Church of Christ, building fund, Finks Church, located 4 miles northeast of Osgood, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 Beginning at 10:30 a. m. FURNITURE—3 bedroom suites; 2 with vanity and bench; chest of drawers; 2 rugs; desk with chair; 2-piece living room suite; Kroehler davenport; base rocker; 2 rockers; occ. chairs; hide-a-way bed sofa; sofa; drop leaf table; xound oak sofa; good dining room suite with buffet and chairs; odd chairs; child's desk and chair; 2 pianos; piano roll cabinet; piano rolls; wrought iron TV stand; rocking chair; bureau; 4 cane bottom chairs; 2 tables, 10"; kitchen tables and chairs; Crosley kitchen electric range; Kalamazoo electric range; apartment size gas range; 2 steel cabinets; kitchen cabinet; wash stand; sink and drain board; built in double sink; refrigerator; 2 bed springs; 2 cotton mattresses; 2 baby beds; practically new portable washer; davenport; 2 record players, 45 rpm; 2 oil heaters; barrel back chair; Seth Thomas' waU clock; mantle clock and kerosene camp stove. MISCELLANEOUS—Clothes hamper; Sunbeam mixer; milk pasteurizer; kitchen clock; bath scales; 2 sets of quilting frames; rug frame; new silk comforter; dishes; 4 one gallon ice cream freezers; beverage cooler; push type lawn mower; 2 reel lawn mowers; chain pump; 330 gallon fuel oil tank; small air compressor without motor; small grain elevator; paint sprayer; swinging draw bar for Ford tractor; bowling alley and pins; storm doors; steel storm windows; 9 inside an doutside doors; ping pong table;- ladder; shovel; axe; Lionel, electric train on mounted 4x8 plywood, with 2 remote control switches; building, 12x18 ft.; girl's 24 in. bike; iron drag; 40 foot box gutter; electric grind stone; corn sheller; tool chest; rotary hoe; wheat drill, good shape; 3 bottom plow;, hog feeder; and some antiques. 1952 Pontiac, 4-door. TERMS —CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. ST. PETER'S UNITEP CHURCH OF CHRIST Lunch Wfll Be Served Arthur Comer and Andy Huff, auctioneers. Funds — 3eneral Street .'. Cumulative BuUding Fund Comparative Statement ol Taxes Collected and To B« Collected • To Be Collected Collected Cdllected Collected 4 1963 1964 1965 1966 S13110 43 $13776 71 $14120 67 $11643 05 - ? 268 00 $ 791 36 $ 1416 58 $ 1746 22 Total.. Dated August 10, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 W—Aug. 13-20 HELEN MORGAN. Clerk-Treasurer. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the Matter of Determining the Tax Rates for certain Purposes by the Library Board of Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana, before the Library Board, notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said municipality, at their regular meeting place, on the 31st day of August, 1905, will consider the following budget: Budget Classification Personal . .$11549 Contractual 2660 475 Servi »es Services Supplies Material Current Charges Current Obligations Properties Debt Payment 2840 6000 Total Estimate $23524 (Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen in office of library.) Estimate of Funds To Bo Raised FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES Fund TO DEC. 31st OF INCOMING YEAR: Library 1. Total Budget Estimate for incoming year .$23524.00 2. Necessary expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended 3. Additional appropriations necessary to be made July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year 4. Outstanding temporary loans to be paid before December 31st of present year—not included in lines 2 or 3 5. Toial 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 $13353.36 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (December settlement) $ 7999.47 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July i of present year to Dec. 31 of incoming year (Schedules on file): a. Special taxes _ b. All other revenue 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6, 7, 8a and 8b) )0. NET AMOUNT TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31st OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5; 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expense January 1st to June 30, less Miscellaneous Revenue for same period). ...$10852.89 ..$34376.89 ...$ 1445.00 ...$ 120*00 ...$23997.83 ...$10379.06 12. .$ 9626.48 AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11) ~1~"ZZ""";;"""™ $20005154 Net Proposed Levies Taxable Property $9,093,425 Funds Library Operating Levy on Property $ 22 Total Comparative Statement of Taxes Collected and To Be Collected $ 22 $20005 54 Funds Library To Be Collected Collected Collected CoUectec r,™ .,*•„„ 1963 l! > 6 * 1965 196S Operating $18396 89 $17838 60 $18547 94 $2000& 54 Total $18396 89 $17838 60 $18547 94 $20005 54 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon. After the tax levies haw hwn dptormined and presented to the County Auditor not later than two days prior to the se^nd^MondaJ i^?^?ptertbe^a^d toS levy fixed by the County Tax Adjustment Board, or on their failure so to do, by the County Auditor ten OT more taxpayers feeling themselver Aggrieved by such levies, mjv apprnl to the Statl Board of *Tax Commissioners for further and final hearing thereon by filing of petition with the County Auditor on or before the fourth Monday of September or on or before the tenth day after publication by the county auditor of tax rates charged whichevei date is later and the State Board will fix a date for hearing in this County i-a^gea. wuiuu:v« Dated this 27th day of July, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 W—Aug. 13-20 JETHRO A. MEEK, President of the Library Board, HUBERT G. STUHHENBERG, Secretary of the Library Board, HELEN K. BUSSELL, Treasurer of the Library Board, ANNA PAUL LOWE ' MINNIE J. MILLER VAN P. BATTERTON. Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon. Aftei preseSS? tc.the County Auditor not later than two days Prior to levy fixed by the County Tax Adjustment Board, or on tneir taiiure s date e is b lILr, r aSd th^StatrBMrd^^a^CommLsToierrwiS fix a liate^or hearing $14856 65 $14044 71 $14912 03 $13059 63 After the tax levies have Deen determined, and the second Monday in September, and the Dated August 10, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 this county. MERLE C. WINKLER, Clerk-Treasurer. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX. LEVIES In the matter of determ Indiana, before the Board of County, Indiana, that the propi— August, 1965, will consider the following budget: STREET FUND Personal $ 1000 00 GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees $ 720 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer.... 600 00 Salary of Marshal and Deputy Marshals 3000 00 Compensation of Town Attorney - 100 00 Services Contractual 4113 00 Supplies 50 00 Materials 1000 00 Current Charges 7800 00 Total General Fund $17383 00 Services Contractual 1500 00 Properties 2000 00 Materials 4500 00 Total Street Fund $ 9000 00 CEMETERY FUND Services Personal $ "720 00 Services Contractual 2300 00 Properties 1700 00 Total Cemetery Fund $ 4720 00 Estimate of Funds To Be Raised SEWAGE CUMULATIVE FUND Debt Payment ~ ? 3600 00 Total Sewage Cumul. Fd...$ 3600 00 CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND Street Lights ? Building Repair Streets 500 00 640 00 1000 00 Total Cumul. Capital Improvements Fund ................ ? FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR General Street Cemetery Fund Fund Fund J^.^ an ... 1 :.. t !:.. D .±....$17383 00 $900000 $472000 2. Necessary expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended ? 9684 72 $ 3421 82 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 .' - -*-— 5. Total Funds Required (Add lines 1. 2, 3 and 4) $27067 72 FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED -FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6. Actual balance, June 30th of present year $ 7117 40 $ 4ajl J.3 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec. Settlement) ......$ 6339 04 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of present year to Dec. 31 of incoming year—Schedules on file. a. Special taxes „ „„..„ nn b. All other revenue : | 2657 29 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6. 7, 8a and 8b)~, $16113 73 10. NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5) ?1°953 99 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less misc. revenue for same period) $ 4500.00 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines „,_._,' 10 and 11) $15453 99 Sewage Fund 2140 00 Cumul. Capital Imp. Fund $ 3622 39 $ 2140 00 $ 3600 00 $12421 82 $ 4720 00 $ 7222 39 ? 2140 00 $ 1990 00 $ 1610 00 $ 9638 60 $14569 75 $ 5000 00 ? 2140 00 $ 5000 00 $ 3600 00 $ 214O 00 $ 3622 39 $ 3622 39 Proposed Levies Net Taxable Property _ $979,025.00 FUNDS General „ Sewage Cumulative Fund Levy on Polls TotaL. Levy on Propprty $1.58 .37 $155 Amount to Be Raised $15466 59 $ 3622 39 $19088 98 .Comparative Statement of Taxes CoUected and FUNDS General Sewage Cumulative Total Fund to Be Collected To Be Collected Collected Collected Collected 1963 1964 1965 1966=n .$12945 82 $14689 43 |1|569 28 jlgjg g -$12945 82 $14689 43 $17174 11 $19088 98 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 nnai hearing thereon by filing a petition with the county auditor on or before the fourth Monday of September or on or before the tenth day after publication by the county auditor of tax rates charged, which'ever date, is later, and tne state board of tax commissioners will fix a date for hearing in this county. Dated August 10, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 W—Aug. 13-20 DONALD W. BEED. Clerk-Treasurer. PUBLIC SALE Having sold farm, the undersigned will sell at public auction the following personal property, 4 miles south of-Greensburg to Koad 400S, then one mile east; 4 miles northwest of MiUhousen, follow arrows, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 10:30 A. M. 75 HOGS—75 shoats, from 40 to 80 pounds. FARM EQUIPMENT, MISCELLANEOUS — International H tractor, in good condition, with corn plows; 16-inch John Deere 2-bottom plow; Roderick Lean 18-inch 8-ft. disc; spike-tooth harrow; John Deere'tractor planter, good; Van Brunt-wheat drill 13-disc; rotary hoe; cultipacker; 10-foot steel drag; 62 International combine, with motor; International 24 corn picker, with new kit; 50-foot rubber drive belt; J. B. 16-inch hammer- mill; Super 6 manure loader, with buck rake; Case elevator for baled hay and grain; manure spreader, New Idea, good; wagon, with sideboards, on good rubber; International mower, 7-foot cut, almost new; 12-foot boat. SMALL TOOLS — Set Paige wire stretchers; Tuffy garden tractor; Lawn Boy lawnmower; ringing box, almost new; garden plow hoe; rake; rubber tired wheelbarrow; 3 step ladders; 24- foot extension ladder, aluminum; 10-foot wood ladder; Home- lite chain saw; pair platform scales; shop tools; 120 amp. Craftsman welder; anvil; vise; chain hoist; welding table and vise; %-inch electric drill with stand; %-meh drill; emery wheel with motor and stand; new set pipe dies, Rigid, from 2 inches down to 1 inch; set pipe dies, from 1%-incn down to %inch- set pipe dies, from 1 inch down to % inch; new Rigid pipe cutter; pipe vise'on stand; pipe wrenches, from 2 inches down; lead pot, with ladle and furnance; all kinds of small shop tools; lots of nails; bolts, and small items. Butchering outfit; 3 iron kettles; lard press; meat cleaver and saw; shovels; pitchforks; 3 hog feeders; 2 hog troughs; two 2- barrel watering tanks; ^a good round metal brooder house; Woods Brothers brooder stove for propane gas; chicken feeders' water fountains; fence posts, locust and steel; lot of different size lumber; lot of 2x4's and lot of 1-inch lumber; Meyers deep well pump, complete with cylinder -and pressure tank; pipe from 4 inches down to Vi inch; some soil pipe; heavy downspout-for eve trough; rabbit hutch; log chains; 20 bushels of barley that will grow; Little Red clover hay; good wheat straw. Consigned by William Carter—D : 2 Caterpillar tractor. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—2-piece living room suite; rose wingback chair; Admiral television, 23Tinch screen; small rocking chair; coffee table; 2 end tables in walnut; 7-drawer desk with chair; 4-drawer desk with chair; bunk bed set, with springs, mattresses, ladder and 'guard rail; steel clothes closet; 2 table lamps, blue base; coo^coo clock; decorated clock; 9-piece dinette- set, like new; Magic Chef gas cook stove; Philco refrigerator; kitchen cabinet; utility table, with drop leaves; small white stand table; Speed Queen wringer type washer; Waldorf gas dryer; Kenmore electric sewing "machine, with attachments; Airmay sweeper with attachments; Presto steam iron; Sunbeam dry iron; metal ironing bqard; movie screen; 2 flash cameras; bird cage and stand; electric waffle iron; -sandwich grill,, and skillet; Christmas decorations; dishes; pans;' quart and pint cans; clothes; toys; bedding; books; buttons and other articles too numerous to list; box Indian relics; antique mathematical globe;'picnic table in good condition, new paint. , \ Lunch Will Be Served By Ladies of Union Baptist Church. TERMS—GASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. ELMER JACKSON Lewis Beesley, Auctioneer. Raymond Clapp, Clerk. Marita Gibson, Cashier.

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