Public Notice Sale of Real Estate Notice is hereby given that the City of Dunkirk, Indiana, shall offer for sale the following described real estate located in the City of Dunkirk, Indiana, to-wit: Tract I All of the West part of Lot Six (6) in Block Thirty-three (33) of the Original Plat of the town, now city, of Dunkirk, Indiana; more particularly described as being all of that portion of Lot Six (6) in Block Thirty-three (33) lying west of a line drawn as a continuation of the line dividing Lots Four (4) and Five (5) in Block Thirty-three (33). Street Address: 321 South St. Dunkirk, IN 47336 Tract II Commencing at the northeast corner of Out Lot Seven (7) in the town, now city of Dunkirk, Indiana, running thence in a westerly direction on along the north line of said Out Lot Seven (7) a distance of One hundred thirty (130) feet to a point; thence southerly at right angles to last described line a distance of Sixty-five (65) feet to a point; thence in an easterly direction at right angles to last described line a distance of One Hundred Thirty (130) feet more or less to the east line of said Out Lot Seven (7); thence in a northeasterly direction on and along the east line of said Out Lot Seven (7) to the place of beginning, being the north part of said Out Lot Seven (7) in the town, now city of Dunkirk, Indiana. Street Address: 300 S Angle St. Dunkirk, Indiana 47336 Each tract of real estate is being sold pursuant to I.C. 36-1-11-5 and the offering price for each tract is $500.00. Offers will be accepted by bids submitted in writing to the Clerk-Treasurers Office located in the City Building in Dunkirk, Indiana during regular business hours. Bids will be received beginning on the date of first publication of this notice and the sale shall continue from day to day thereafter until the 6th day of December 2013 at 4:00 P.M. This real estate may not be sold to a person who is ineligible pursuant to I.C. 36-1-11-16 and an offer to purchase this real estate submitted by a trust (as defined in I.C. 30-4-1-1(a)) must identify each beneficiary of the trust and settler empowered to revoke or modify the trust. All bids shall be open to open public inspection and a bidder may raise his bid and the raise takes effect after the Clerk-Treasurers Office has given written notice of that raise to the other bidders. Bids may be raised in increments of not less than Fifty ($50.00) Dollars. The city reserves the right to reject all bids. Phonnie Kesler NS 11-20,27-2013 - HSPAXLP