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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 3, 1971
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Page 6 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE The Missing Millions The electronic eyes of government computers rarely fail to collect the last dime possible from the taxpayer. However, on the spending side, the story is somewhat different. According to a press dispath, New York City's antipoverty - agencies have failed to account for nearly 25 per cent of the $35 million advanced to them in the three years that ended September 30, 1968. Some $8 million in poverty funds have simply disappeared and city officials concede that they may never know how at least $4 million of the $8 million was actually spent. Independent auditors have been employed in ah effort to account for the mission millions. Many of the agencies that expended the funds no longer exist. One can imagine what would happen to a private firm that was ' unable to. to account for the expenditure of 25 per cent of its revenues. The management would either go to jail for tax evasion or embezzlement. Few private concerns could stand the financial strain of an unexplained disappearance of $8 million. Public enterprises always have the taxpayer to fall back on, which is one good reason for keeping government out of any business undertakings that can be performed by taxpaying, private enterprises.. Avery Bowman Dies Tuesday WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1971 WASHINGTON: The Senate Public'Buildings subcommittee began an investigation March 2 of the bombing of the U. S, Capitol. On the witness stand, LTR: Capt. Edwin Joyner, a bomb expert with the 67th Ordinance Battalion at Ft. McNair; Maj. Vincent Presti; Capitol Police Chief James W. Powell and Robert G. Dunphy, Senate Sergeant at Arms. Capt. Joyner said "we really do not know yet" what kind of explosive was used but speculated that it could have been a 15 to 20 pound dyna- Avery R. Bowman, 74, of route 1, Arcadia, died Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at University Hospital in Indianapolis following an illness of a few months. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Shaffer-Hartley Funeral Home Bowman. He -was married March 8, 1922 to Mary Belzer who survives. He was a member of Bethlehem Church in Cicero and a retired farmer. Surviving with the widow are two daughters', Mrs. Leona Zet- in Arcadia -with Rev. Lee Spitzer* tersberg of Arcadia and Mrs. of Cicero officiating. Burial will Esther Fay Beard of Atlanta, be at Cicero Cemetery. Friends Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. may. call from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.—r^Valter Keesling, Anderson and and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, two brothers, Ira Bowman, Ar­ te The deceased was born July 3, 1896, west of Cicero, the son of William and Rosetta (Graham) * Fly Released (Continued:from page one) "Please help me, I'm sick!" he called out in Spanish from a makeshift stretcher after Tupa- maros left him at the British hospital and roared away in a Volkswagen bus. A note giving his medical history in captivity was pinned to sheets in which he was wrapped. The terrorists had forced a physician "who had an extremely complete medical history of the patient" to accompany him. Fly. was wrapped in several sheets. and his eyes, were bandaged, apparently as a blindfold. Fly was kidnaped Aug; 7 by Tupamaro urban guerrillas in a struggle with the government of •President JorgeTPacheco Areco, who refuses to negotiate with the terrorists. Doctors said Fly's condition was serious but not critical and he would have to stay in the cadia and Walter Bowman, Kimberly, Ky.; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. hospital three or fo|r weeks. "I'm happy and excited at finding myself among free men again," Fly told U.S. Ambassador Charles Adair Jr. from his hospital bed. "I'm anxious to see 'my family again." Fly's wife Miriam said she would hold a news conference today in Fort Collins, Colo. Valera Aud, Fly's sister, said in Oklahoma City, "we- are extremely relieved Claude has been released. That's what we have been praying for. It has been a nightmare." Fly's release came nine days after the , Tupamaros freed Brazilian Consul Aioysio bias Gomide, 41, in exchange for at least $250,000 ransom paid by • his wife. The guerrillas still hold British Ambassador Geoffrey Jackson, 55, abducted Jan. 8. Dias Gomide was kidnaped July 31, a week before Fly. mite charge. *Farm Program (Continued from page one) Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) Committee. "However, other substitution such as wheat for feed grains or feed grains for wheat—is. permitted." The 1971 farm program substitution provisions are as follows: * Wheat in excess of the allotment may be substituted for corn or srain sorghum. * Feed grains (corn and grain sorghum) in excess of one-half of the feed grain base may be substituted for wheat. * Substitution credit for 90 percent of a wheat allotment or 45 percent of the feed grain base will qualify the farm for full crop history protection. Retherford also outlined the provisions governing alternate crops on acreage' set-aside from production of feed grain or wheat under the 1971 farm programs. Alternate crops permitted are guar, sunflower, sesame, castor beans, mustard seed, safflower, crame, and plantago ovato. If any of these eight allowable crops are planted onset-aside acreage, a $10 per acre reduction in the farm program payment will be made. This figure-is based on the approximate average reduction under previous farm programs for planting these crops on diverted acres. The Agricultural Act of 1970 provides the Secretary of Agri- BONELESS ROLLED lean meaty from Boston Butt cut lb. PORK STEAKS Cubed Pork CUTLETS Hot or Mild fresh bulk lb. 69* SAUSAGE for only $ J39 8 bottle pak KING SIZE SEVEN-UP 59$ ct. plus dep. culture with authority to allow the planting of certain crops on set-aside acreage. He must determined that such production is needed to provide an adequate supply, is not likely to increase the cost of the price- support program, and: will not adversely affect farm income. Retherford said farmers wanting more details concerning either substitution of program crops, or alternate crops onset- aside acreage, should check with their County ASCS Office. -Community (Continued from page one) the state," he remarked. Mr. Rogers expressed his appreciation to the members.of Kiwanis Club for their interest and support in projects related to the schools. Next week,; guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club meeting will be the Administrative Assistant of Mayor Lugar of Indianapolis. The speaker will discuss the Unigov plan and how the plan could be related to. Tipton and the effects of Unigov to. the county. The meeting is open to the public. A special invitation has been extended to the City Council, and County. Commissioners. Those wishing to make dinner reservations should call 6757477 by noon Monday. /"Agriculture (Continued from page one) Grimme and Ken Burns get the area farmers to thinking about the Soil Conservation Service. Their main point was that; it : would not cost the Tipton Farmer or taxpayer because, we are already paying for the service in the other 91 counties in Indiana. If le Bridge discussed Farm Estate Planning and brought out to our attention that many people fail to get a will made up. The last topic was presented by Heinold t Markets <fcs T.he topic was Futures Marketing. Public Relations man was down from Crawfordsville and the program stimulated the farmers, on the power that the futures market has on the <laily livestock and grain markets," he reported. The welding class enabled members to learn the skills that are helpful in repairing equipment and making farm improvements. I seemed that Individuals UPITELEPHOTO *Four Named (Continued from (Continued from page one) He also is an independent con\ sultant to the Indianapolis schools and several other schools in' the state. Da Indianapolis, he is helping structure a revised approach to drug education. At Indiana University, he assisted with the development of a special TV program on the drug problem in Indiana which was produced by the Radio and Television Services and shown on public television prior to the beginning of the "Turned'On Crisis" series. Glenn's work for the University also will involve other spe- Hospital News; TUES., MARCH 2, 1971 ADMISSIONS: Ralph W. Mitchell, Tipton; Doris Hamilton, Sheridan; Helen Glasburn, Kokomo; Jack Harger, Atlanta; Frank Killey, Tipton; Cynthia Hawkins, Tipton;" Delia Fuentis, Tipton; Linda" Wood, Kokomo; Roger Spivey, Tipton* i DISMISSALS: Vera Fisher, Kokomo; William Peace, Sharpsville; Delia Fuentis, • Tipton; Elmer Moser, Windfall; Nanette Brown, Cicero; Reuben Elston, Tipton; Mary Jane Malone, Elwood. cial projects in the broad area of social issues. A graduate student in urban cultural geography and sociology, he will serve as a consultant and developer of programming for the Division of Continuing Education. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Tipton County. Indiana . Notice Is hereby Eton that Glenn T. Bpyer was'on the 22nd day of February, 1971, appointed:. Executor of the will of Alia T. Webster, deceased;. . All persons haying claims against said real . estate, whether or not now due, must file the same In said court vithln six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred.' Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 22nd day of February, 1971. Paul H. Jones " ; . Clerk of the Circuit Court • • . for Tipton County,' Indiana Gregory L. Caldwell, Attorney L-99 . •. P-46-5Z-58 NOTICE OF CLAIMS HIGHWAY DEPT. The following-Miscellaneous Claims for the Roast '& 39t MEAT MARKET at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN & " TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. , Tipton. Indiana hire Farmers of America chapter. He and his father operate a 350-acre dairy farm in Warrick county. Hall plans to continue farming with his father a 680-acre beef farm in Jasper county. • '' • . j Cook, also a former "member of 4-H and Future Farmers of County Events TUESDAY Prairie Township Planning meeting will be held at Liberty Baptist Church starting at 7:30 p.m.; Rotary Club will meet at the Bowl-O-Drome; Tipton Kiwanis Club will meet in Room Six A at Six Acres; Tipton Shrine Club will meet at the Elks Lodge at 7:30 p.m.; Sharpsville American Legion will meet in Sharpsville. i , WEDNESDAY Tipton Community School Board will meet at the Superintendent's office at 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Science Fair at Tipton High School will start; Sheltered Workshop Committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Kemp Methodist Church. SATURDAY Jackson-Jefferson Day Dinner will be held. 'Eight US. (Continued from page one) the Communists, government paratroopers today turned back a heavy assault on one of their positions deep in > Laos. They killed 8{3 North Vietnamese in 10 hours of bitter fighting, military sources said. The action began early today about six miles south of Hill 30, an artillery base five miles north of Route. 9 and seven miles west of the South Vietnamese border. | can not find the time or want to spend the money on the home farm to practice welding to become proficient at it. The Adult Education Program does not stop with the classroom. Agriculture teachers will visit class members and other area farmers all year round. If at any time any of the ag teachers, Stephen Craig, Alan Sharp, or Daryl Branneman, can be of any assistance they will be happy' to help. America, plans to continue working on 310-acre family farm in Miami county. All four students received medals of recognition for their academic achievements from Professors Jack Long and G. W. Roach of the School of Agriculture^ Five other students graduated with honors. They were Martic P. Bam, Ixopo, South'Africa; David K. Kroeger, route 2, Newburgh; Richard A.,Chesak, route 1, North Judson; Mark R. Craig, route 3, Greenfield; Dennis L. Manges, route 1, Brewmen. Honor students are those who achieve a 5.5 or better grade index and rank in the upper 10 per cent of the class. • Officers of the 1971 Winter Course Society are: president, Robert'L. Schickel, route 1, Lanesville; vice president, John A. Norton, "route 2, Franklin; and secretary-treasurer, Dennis L. Manges, route 1, Bremen. Gregory Modisett, route 2, Windfall, is a graduate of 1971 Winter Course in Animal Agriculture. Highway Dept. were allowed .by the Tipton # County Commissioners at their regular meeting on March 1, 1971 at 9:00 a.m. Tipton Telephone Co...... ; 24.11 Indiana Gas Co. mc 200.66 The Tipton Utility Service Bd.. 73.74 . Compton £ Son Inc................ .60 Don Ross Motor Sales Inc...-. 29.19 Indiana Equipment Co. Inc-.-.- 108.16 Indiana Equipment Co. Inc...... ' 696.93 Kessler Auto Parts............... 6.00 Pring Implement Sales-.-....- 24.35 Gene Cottlngham Cnev-OIds.... . 29.72 Ross it Doggett Body Shop. . 55.00 The Fulwell Motor Prod Co....... 107.02 -Tipton Automotive Supply....... 105.06 Mack Machine Co....-..—...... 98.41 Sun OU Co. DX Div. 1,140.51 " Tipton Co. Farm Bureau Co-op 53.18 Motor-Fuel Tax Div—.. 17.60 Clifton b Tounce Tire Ser 164.58 Myers Welding Supply Co. Inc. 31.12 Win. B. Burford Print Co . 9.00 Motorola C A E Inc.':.- 57.20 Indiana Wiping Cloth Co 55.12 Warsaw Chemical Co. Inc....... , 20.50 -Tipton Lumber Co. Inc ..... 29.63 Pipe Creek Stone Co............ 328.88 Yeoman Materials Co..,.......„- 96.93 Logansport Metal Culvert Co.. 452.16 Stello Products Inc.. 343.S6 . Logansport Metal Culvert Co..' 116.32 . Yeoman Stone & Sand Co ..'.;-.. 2,233.18 International Harvester Co..... 244.97 Clifton 4 Younce Tire Ser...... 184.58 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION - m the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. .' NoUce is hereby given that BUI Wolford was on the 30th day of December. 1970 appointed: Executor of the wlU of ; Zona RayJ, deceased..All persons having claims against said real . estate, whether or not now due, must file the" same in said court within six months from the , date of the first .publication, of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Tipton, Indiana, this 30th day of December, 1970. Ross M. Hufford i Clerk of the Circuit Court - ; for Tipton County, Indiana. Joe F.Watson,.Attorney L-108 ' . i P-79-85-91 •- NOTICE OF CLAIMS The following additional claims were allowed by the' County Commissioners at their regular meeting on Monday. March 1, 1971. Junior's "66" Service, Gas' l> OU Service Sheriffs Car.. Xerox Corporation, Clerks Office., 345.05 92.55 2,152.48 . Bob Odle, Sanitary Landfill Op Harold B. Allen, Auditor L -113 > - Associate Store New Management CLIFF & CAROL TONJE5 - OWNERS 107 Court " Tipton NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The following Payroll Claims for the County .Highway were allowed by the Tipton County Commissioners at their regular meeting March = 1,1971 at the Courthouse at 9:00 a.m. Bernard S.Smith'^.„.__....... 501.00 Naomi E. Robinson. ', ..... 375.00 Dean Lane.... .I..—- ..... 533.75 Andrew Bushman'...........'......'. '284.00 Murl Day. .... 459.38 Wilbur FIsbback..:, ... • 444JO , Ralph Gross....................... 440.40 AudraRichey . 475.20 , Basil Shupperd............ ... 463.20 Byron Sinclair......... ... .. 448.80' Fay Smith..; ..................... 445.20 Maurice Tolle..... . ... 506.40 James WelsmUler....... 466.60 Chester A. JarreU ' 445.20 Emory Schuienburg............... 457.20 Haskell H. Doss ........... 463.20 Charles Bunnell.................... 496.80 Elmer Kinder. ......... 463.20 Jerry Minegar 436.80 James Blaylock. 446.40 ' Robert M.cFarland.. 464.40 Fred Greathouse..... 128.00 Garry Bogue'.... 48.00 Wayne L.Smith.. 48.00 Wendell H. Amsbury.. 22.00 Earl E. Hemmeger...™,— 833.00 Harold B. Allen, Auditor L-1I0 C-52 Magic Mirrors Beauty Salon j as now move 6 to 136 Kentucky Avenue Mrs. Ernes! De/ph mgr. phone 675-6038 Harold B.Allen, Auditor L-112 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The following Payroll Claims were allowed by. the Tipton County Commissioners at their reguhr meeting March 1, 1971 at 9:00 ajn. at 'the Tipton County Courthouse. Peal H. Jones, Clerk...: 504.16 Juanita Zaloudek^Same - 375.00. Kay Burns. Same 341.00 Harold B.Allen, Auditor...... 504.16 Genevieve L. Morris. Same. 375.00 JIaryE, Michel, Same. 341.00 Goldie M. Cage, Same..., . 300.00. Florence C. Morris. Same...... 11.12 Ross M. Hufford, Treasurer... 504.16 Marcla Thompson, Same......'. 375.00 Janet Shaddy. Same . 24.00 Virginia M. Hoover, Recorder. 458.33 Evelyn Cage, Same 375.00 Richard F. Zlegler. Sheriff. • 504.16 Cleo Scott, Sheriff Dept.: 403."0 Richard Brankle, Sheriff Dept. 314.00 Ronald L. Kemper, Sheriff Dept L • 100.00 Clarianna Zlegler, Jail. 190.00 Kenneth E. Zlegler. Jail . 100.00 W.M. Clary, Co. Ext. Off. 315.00. Richard E. Blank. Co. Ext Off 262.00 Ruth Wimer, Co. Ext Off 265.33 Nancy Cole. Co. Ext. Off :.' 375.00 Barbara Schlnlaub, Co. Ext Off„ - 216.00 ' Martha Paul; Co. Ext. Off. 36.00 Florence Morris. Co. Ext. Off. . 12.00 Irene Cook. Co. Ext Off. 8.00 Maude L. Welsh, Co. Health Off 436.66 Tressa L. Coy, Co. Health Off. 210.00 Phillip V. Nichols, Co. Coro. ner...... „;...:„ 91.66 . J. Carl Graf, Co. Assessor . 458.33 Ruth Malnes. Co. Asessor. 375.00 E. Ciae Foster, Twp. Assessor 218.75 Ralph Miller. Twp. Asessor.... "5.00 Helen P. Roe. Sec. to Pros 110.00 Frederick K, Surber. Clrc. Ct. 333.33 Beulah Hoback, Clrc. Ct. 522.00 Lester Dodd, Clrc Ct.._ 140.00 Olive Dodd, Clrc. Crt... . 88.50 Louis Rlffe. Clrc Ct 600.00 . Dewey Roy Shupperd, Courthouse ,•„,';•--•,,>, «... 225.00 Herschel B. Mock. Courthouse 165.00 . Ruby Neal, Courthouse.. 165.00 ! -Kenneth R. Enright, Co. Home. 165.00 Virginia Enright. Co. Home 125.00 Zada Moody. Co. Home 120.00 Iva Enright, Co. Home 120.00 Mark Lewis. Co. Home 55.00 Ralph Wllburn. Plan. Comm 341.25 Mildred Brink, Plan. Comm „.. 140.00 •Joe Watson. Plan. Comm. Atty .100.00 Earl E. Hemmeger, Dr. Bd..... 346.66 Donald F. Lord, Dr. Bd .... 470.00 Betty J. Hobos. Dr. Bd ; 341.00 Horace C. Holmes, Dr. Bd. - Atty ,: zoo.oo Edgar Walsmlller. Dr. Bd_»... 25.00 ' Walter Schuienburg. Dr. Bd •' 25.00 Roy Watson. Dr. Bd..., . 25.00 Horace C. Holmes, Co. Atty 112.50 .John w. Barrum, Co. Council; . - 66.66 Arthur P. Birr, Co. Council-. 56.66 Donald W. Gossard. Co. Council! . 66.66 Guy Crouch Jr.. Co. Council... 66.66 PauTR. Michel, Co. Council 66.66 Paul Duncan, Co. Council....... 66.66 Fern L. Tyner. Co. Council. 66.66 Walter Schuienburg. Co. Comm 210.83-' Edgar Weismlller. Co. Comm. 210.83 Roy C. Watson, Co. Comm..._. 210.63 William B. Frost. Vet. Ser. Off .. 360.00 Mildred Brunk, Vet Serv. Off Secy .. ; 140.00 Robert Heron, ClvUDetJ™.. ' 250.00 Carolyn F. Perry, Dept Welt. 600.00 Joan Serlght, Dept Walt ' 450.00 Virginia Baumgartner, Dept Welf . {. 500.00 Marjorle J. Kunkle, Dept Welf' 400.00 Evelyn Boluger. Dept Welf._ 400.00 Stanley Herbert. Dept Welf Atty 110.00 Walter Miller, Dept Welf. 165.00 Karleen Walker, Dept Welf 400.00 Respectfully Submitted, .' Harold B. Allen, Auditor . L-109 ' C-52 NOTICE OF COMMESIONERS CLAIMS The following Miscellaneous Claims were allowed .by the Tipton County Commissioners at their regular meeting on March 1,1971 at 9 :00 a.m. Wm. B. Bin-ford, Co. Offices... 386.96 Xerox Corp., Clerk . .„ 58.00 J. R. Ramsay. Clerk. 84.96 Friden Dlv-Slnger Co., Auditor 116.50 Boobs Herrlll Co.. Inc.. Auditor....... .. . 23.70 J. R. Ramsay Co., Auditor 559.12 Tipton Co. Recorder, Recorder .. ,. 2.00 Kodak A/C 40.56 Kodak A/C... : 36 .00 Kodak A/C 121.40 Bankers Dispatch, Recorder... 2.88 Virginia Horver, Recorder.,-.'. 1.53 Police Equipment Serv. Sheriff „ 12.60 Prairie Gun Shop, Sheriff-..— 9.50 Frisx Cigar Store. Sheriff-.... 5 .00 J. R. Ramsay Co.. Treasurer- - 218.33 Richard Zlegler. Sheriff. 184.40 ,. Richard F. Zlegler. Sheriff..-. 158.10 Jacks Uniforms, Sheriff- 12.00 Carneys Drug Store, Sheriff.... 30.69 J. R. Ramsay Co.. Sheriff. 1.20 Cleo Scott, Sheriff. .... . 56.00 Richard Brankle, Sheriff . 56 .60 Communications Maint. Inc., Sheriff . 49.65 Communications Maint, Inc., Sheriff „ . 85.25 John M. Cardwell, Dr. Bd. Jan. 25.00 John M. Cardwell, Dr. Bd. Feb. 25.00 J. R. Ramsay Co., Dr. Bd. Supplies .. 23.98 Purdue University, Co. Ext Office ..... 9.00 Ruth Wimer, Co. Ext Office... ' 17.10 Purdue University, Co. Ext Office .. .... 108.08 WJf. Clary. Co. Ext Office 50.00 ,' J. R. Ramsay, Co. Health Office 1.25 • J. Carl Graf, Co. Assessor. 32.50 J. R. Ramsay Co., Co. Asses- ^ sor. 23.73 National Market Reports Co. Assessor — 12,00 National Market Reports, Co. Assessor . 125.50 Interstate Air Credit Pubs.. Co. Assessor .'... . 5.00 Bus Retlmers Val Ser., Co. Assessor. 83.62 E. Glae Foster, Clc. Twp. Assessor Post-. - ' 50.00 ' E. Glae Foster. Clc. Twp. Assessor Mil 32,50 Curtis French, Co. Health-. .90 ' Todays Health Magaxlne, Co. Health..- 5.00 Maude J. Welsh, Co. Health Post. . .6.00 Automatic Voting Machine Div Election Bd ... 38.45 J. R. Ramsay Co., Cir. Ct 114.82 Tipton Utility Ser. Bd.. County . Offices.... . 547.17 Tipton Telephone Co. Inc.. • County Offices 380.27 Indiana Gas Co., Inc., Co. Jail. 200.92 Baxter Plumbing L Heating, Co. Jail : 8.B1 Tipton Co. Memorial Hosp., Co. Jail 3.00 Dean Milk Co., Co. Home 116.09 Petrolane. Co. Home • 36.58 Arab Pest Control, Co. Home.. 6.00 Kenneth R. Enright. Co. Home . Laundry...... . 100.00 - . Kinder Coal Co., Co. Home Fuel .. . 885.60 McGraw's Food Store, Co.' Home Food ., 244.23 Kenneth Earighr. Co. Home 29.70 Ralph Wilburn, Plan Comm . 6.00 J.R.Ramsay, Plan Comm .30 y-^Tipton Daily Tribune. Comm. Adv 197.10 Tipton Daily Tribune. Comm. Adv 43.57 Phil Hoke. Comm. Fox Bounty.. 18.00 Lee Wolford. Comm. Fox Bounty v 90.00 Fred Tragesser, Comm. Fox Bounty -.„..; : 9.00 Francis Crull, Comm. Fox Bounty. . •_ i'3.00 Jeff Lwrence, Comm. Fox Bounty - 3.00 David E. Morrow, Comm. Fox Bounty „...-. . 3.00 Bob McPhearson, Comm. Fox Bounty _ 21.00 Tipton Co. Livestock Br.. Comm... _ 200.00 Montgomery Elevator Co., . Comm ...—.'. 162.00 Guidance Center How. Co., ' ' Comm 375.00 Warren West. Comm:............ 147.15 J. R. Ramsay, Comm. Vet Ser Off. : 3.30 J. R. Ramsay, Comm .69 Kenneth L. Shoup, Comm. Ct . House Repair , 218.50 Treasurer of State, md., Comm J 2.220.00 Sunt Ind. State Farm, Comm.. 4.20 E. T. Bowers, Comm. Moving . Def Equip 245.00 New Castle State Hosp., Comm Clothing; 17.14 Eastman Kodak Co.. Comm. Equip. .. 3.838.00 Eastman Kodak Co., Comm. Supplies 41.60 Tipton Co.'4-H Council, Comm Approp. 4.000.00- Honsychurch Ins. Agency, Comm. Insurance .......... 14.00 ' Tipton Lumber Co.: Comm. - CtHsS.Rep , 189.66 Irene ByronHospltal. Comm.... 620.00 Tolle Bros., Comm. Paint-.... 111.33 Central State Hosp.. Comm. Clothing 24.60 .. Ruby'Neal, Comm. Mops ... - 23.00 Airkem Central Ind.. Comm. Supplies , 247.75 Indiana Gax & Water. Comm. . Heat for CtHse .... 546.04 Raymond Eaton, Comm :..... 556.08 Compton & Son. Comm. Cthse. Repair..... : 1,870.15 William B. Frost, Comm. Mileage 14.48 McMullan & Rude Fun. Home. ' Comm. Soldier Bur 100.00 Warner Funeral Home. Comm. Soldier Burial. 100.00 Leatberman Funeral Home, Comm. Soldier Bur. 100.00 Jackley-Landrum Funeral H„ ' . Comm. Soldier Bur 100.00 Compton £ Son, Comm. Dr. Maint . W Ideal Cement Works, Comm. Dr. Impr W.Z0 Hilton Hobos. Comm. Dr. Impr 292.08 Morris Trucking. Comm. Dr. Impr 17.20 E. Glae Foster, Clc. Twp. Assessor Supp ... ...... 90.00 Jo Ann Serlght Welfare Travel Exp 22.75 Virginia Baumgartner. Welfare Travel Exp 22.75 J. R. Ramsay Co.. Welfare Office ..- 16.28 Maude J. Welsh. R.N.. (Public) Health Nurse.. ...... 23.84 Respectfully Submitted, Harold B. Allen. Auditor L-lll C-52 [Entertainment Right betwee the eyes! JOHN WAYNE A Howard Hawks Production "RIOLOBO" 1echntcolc<* @1»

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