Ted Kimble's handwritten notes are included as footnotes.
ROUTH SAID THAT THE
BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP WITH TED HAS BEEN GOOD AND THAT TED HAS HAD
HIS RENT IN ON TIME EVERY MONTH. HE SAID THAT THE RENT WAS $1,500.00
IN 1995 AND WENT TO $1,600.00 IN 1996 AND WILL GO TO $1,700.00 IN
1997, AND IN ADDITION TO THIS TED PAYS THE PROPERTY TAX ON THE
PROPERTY AND THE TAXES AMOUNT TO APPROXIMATELY ONE MONTHS RENT.
THERE IS APPROXIMATELY ONE AND ONE HALF ACRES AT THE LOCATION AND
WHEN TED WANTED TO BUY THE PROPERTY THAT THE FIGURE WAS GIVEN TO HIM
AND THAT HE DIDN'T REMEMBER THE EXACT FIGURE BUT A GOOD GUESS WOULD
BE AROUND $185,000.00 ACCORDING TO THE WORK THAT THEY HAD DONE ON
THE WORTH OF THE PROPERTY AND THAT THAT WOULD BE THE PRICE RANGE.
I ASKED MR ROUTH IF
ANYTHING DOES COME UP IN THE LEASE ARRANGEMENT OR SALE OF THE
PROPERTY TO LET ME KNOW AND HE SAID THAT HE WOULD.
5. Reporting Officer/Assignment: DET. J.D. CHURCH
A"Roy" the owner of Electric Motor Repair next door to my business bought a HUGE warehouse on the other side of his business from "Glasscock," who ownes my property. Roy went to school with Mr. Glasscock and knew him well. After Glasscock died Roy bought Mayberry Ice cream from Glasscock Jr. Mayberry is in front of Roys business. Roy spoke of buying the property Lyles is on. At my present monthly rent payment it would be just as cheap of payments to buy the property.
Roy had spoken to Glasscock and Tom Routh about the Lyles property (location). If Roy bought my property my rent would go up. After Roy bought the Mayberry property he doubled the rent. The lady went a head and retired, closing Mayberry down.
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