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"S-I-^ ;1 --'----i :, r.-.T * We^nesJay > Sfepr.30 / 1^64 PAGE 5 , CLASSIFIED RATES 1 lw«rtion .„ 4c per ward 2 iMtrKons 7c per word 3 ui*«rtions fe per word < insnrt'<ons lie per word 5 ira«rticn* 13c p«r word i !n **rtions 14c per word Minimum rata — $1.00 Charges are a< a raducad c«sh rata and apply if the itd is paid within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the first issue they appear and report any error at once as ho allowance can be made tfter the first incorrect Insertion. " BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per Una. MEMORIAM - 10c pw rine. CARD OF THANKS — fl JS Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, itxeept Saturday—call before !>:00A. M. . .CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:63 A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. inch 90c 1 inch per mo. daily — $18.00 Each' additional inch - $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—10 room house. 2 apts. Completely furnished. • House trailer on same lot. Shown by appointment only. OS 5-4210. C-312 Wanted for Sale* City, farm and business properties. We have good buyers for fair priced properties. Call or see Eugene Ritx at RITZ AGENCY 124 N. Main — OS 5-4813 IFOR SALE—5 room modern house, garage, gas heat. Good location on Columbia Ave. 5 room modern house on S. East St. Large lot, 2 blocks from court house. 5 room house on Ash St. Good condition, gas heat, city water, out of city limits. Several nice building lots on State road 2 miles from Tipton. E. G. Foster. Phone OS 5-2439. P-313 FOR SALE TOR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf Singer Five Months Old $39.24 Full Price Lovely walnut cabinet model. Assume six payments of $6.54 monthly. The machine momo- grams, appliques, darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FUEL OIL WHITE GAS any amount at station WEBB OIL CO. 215 S. Main Tipton FOR SALE — Apples—Cider- Popcorn. Hainlen Orchard, 2 miles east of Greentown, turn north and follow signs. C-42 SINGER Five Months Old $38.06 Full Price Lovely walnut cabinet model. Assume six payments of $6.34 monthly. The machine monograms, appliques, darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE—Apples and cider. Smith Orchard. 1 mile north, Vi mile east of Sharpsville. C-tf FOR SALE — Awnings, storm • windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. C-tf FOR SALE—Certified MONON and REED seed wheat. $2.50 per bushel recleaned, treated, and bagged. BYRON LEGG & SONS, Windfall. LY 5-3645 or LY 5-3573. C-311 FOR SALE—Auto and truck springs, main leaves, extra leaves for building up, center btfi]|;; and overload angles. Elevator Auto Parts, 538 N. Main, Street. ', P-313 FOR SALE—Gray silk suit, 2 lace dresses size 18V4, 2 blouses size 38. Phone OS 5-2417 Cleo McCullough. C-314 IFOR SALE—Large size Monogram oil stove plus 270 gal. tank. William Kendall, 2 mi. south, 2 mi. east, 1 on 118, Atlanta. P-312 MEN'S CLOTHING, for sale, shirts size 1SV6 to 17, pants - 40-29. 1 jacket and coat size '42. Ladies white short coat size 16. 838 Oak. P-312 IFOR SALE—4 single and 2 double hog houses one 40 bushel round hog feeder. W. L. Vandiventer, Goldsmith, Ind. P-313 SINGER ZIG-ZAG $37.23 Full Price Take up seven payments of $5.32 monthly. Walnut cabinet included. Makes buttonholes, fancy designs, sews on buttons, -monograms, a p p 11- ques; blind hems, etc., all built into this machine. Warranty included. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue.Lustre carpet, and upholstering cleaner. Rent electric sham- pooer $1.00 Carney's Drtfg Store. C-314 SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuuji cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sew er Cleaners. Foreign Commentary SERVICES—For plumbing and heating call O'Dell and Rose OS 5-4545. 518 E. Jefferson. C-tf FQR.SALE^P^mpkins, Jack-O- Lantern-type. Truck load Sat. and Sun. John Duckworth, Kempton, Ind. C-314 FOR SALE—Breakfast set excellent condition. 425 West Jefferson Street. ' C-312 LAYING HENS. $6.00 per dozen. Phagan Carmichael, OS 5-6995. P-311 MONON WHEAT. $1.75 per bushel. Phagan. Carmichael, OS 5-6995. P-312 FOR SALE—Tbp quality feeder pigs. Phone 2 on 89, Atlanta. C-tf FOR SALE—1956 Pontiac. Good condition. Low mileage. Call Mrs: Fred O. Smith, 963-5868. P-314 USED CARS For Your Car Need* imm ROSS THE EMBLEM OF OUAlilY ^ .20 5. West St. Ph. OS M94> TlpfoiJ FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTTN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. FOR .SALE—1961 Ford Convertible priced to sell. See at Briggs, Roads 28 and 31. P-311 1960 T J BIRD for sale. P. S., P. B., radio and heater. Will sell or trade for older model car or truck. Phone Atlanta 192. C-2 LIVESTOCK .1250 CATTLE FOR SALE. 250 good and- choice steers, 800 to 900 -pounds. 550 cjioice calves, .300 to 600 pounds, 150 Holstein steers. 200 medium steers and heifers • (cheap price) CATTLE PUT OUT ON A GAIN BASIS. W. V. PALMER. Phone 873-2921, Mexico, Indiana. C-314 SERVICES PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE. Tony Hancock, Kempton. Phone 947-2210. Shop in Groomsville. P-7 FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57125. C-tf (MO •GENERAL :."TOT©RS CORPORATION' rnao* */• TO «o TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. FOR • SALE-^-PuppIes, reasonable. OS 5-6983. ' C- SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR SERVICE .—. Irons* Toasters, Space Heaters, Vac. Cleaners, Hair Dryersj etc. $1.50 Plus Parts. Free pickup and return. OS 5-41S6. P-314 SEPTJC TANK Vacuum cleaned., price ditching with backhoe. Reasonable. Charles Anderson,'Elwood, FE 2-9265. C-314 TOWING SERVICE CALL! BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAYi OS 545191 NITE: OS 5-616* SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. FARM DITCHING, bulldozing, back hoe work, pah work. Black top dirt, 7 yds. $14.00 Phone J & W excavating. Tipton 09 5-6381, Alexandria 7242104. C-tf WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence PiekreH, OS 5-4358. C-tf WANTED TO BUY—3 bedroom modern home in Tipton. Send full particulars to Box T c/o Tipton Tribune. P-314 FEMALE HELP WANTED •HELP WANTED—Lady part time store clerk. Apply Willy's Stationery Shop. C-312 MALE HELP WANTED MEN WANTED 'EARN BIG MONEY—$7,000 to $15,000 per year as a Concrete Form Setter or as a Professional Diesel Semi Driver (over the road}. No experience necessary — those who qualify will be trained in four short weeks. For free information cut out this ad and check career desired. Mail today to: DIESEL, 2805 East Washington Ave., Madison 4, Wis. No obligationj'of course. Diesel ( ) Form Setter ( ) Name —, -— Address Phone Age WANTED—Man 21-40 years old for truck driver and delivery. Apply in person from 9 to 4. Town and Country Food, Tipton. C-l FOR RENT FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment for rent upstairs. OS 5-2348. C-l FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, all utilities, redecorated O 5-4922 after 4. C-tf By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst LONDON—British politicians like to think their battles are fought on issues rather than C-tf, personalities. And between the in - power Conservatives of Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home and the Laborites of Harold Wilson there are real differences which will, become apparent depending upon which party wins, the general elections oh Oct. 15. But it has been a warm and extraordinarily pleasant summer in Britain. The country is riding the crest of almost total employment and rising production. If trouble is to come be^ cause Britain imports too much and exports too little, it still is in the future, and most Britons profess to see little difference in the platforms of the two parties. 7 And so, inevitably in • the coming elections personalities must play a part. Have Year Ahead Both leaders had had to establish themselves in little more than a year. Wilson took over a party welded together by ,the late Hugh Gaitskill and.already showing increasing power in local elections. It was Wilson's job to .preserve what already had been accomplished. Douglas-Home .took over from I the ailing Harold. Macmillan af- iter Britain had suffered the successive shocks.of failure to gain entry into the European Common Market and.the Pro- fumo sex. scandals. It. was ,Douglas-Home's job to restore confidence in his parity. And that he. has. been at ileast partially successful is shown by the polls which.today (rate the two parties almost even. There scarcely could be greater contrast between the two men. Son Of. Chemist I Wilson, 48, is .the rotund, pipe jsmoklng son of an industrial chemist. He distinguished himself, at Oxford and became a don, an instructor, there at the age of 21. He also was a boy wonder in the Labor government of 1945. His wife says his only fault is that he. drowns all his food in Worcestershire sauce. On the other hand, Sir Alec ^s a man of wealth born to a •family whose titles go back to (Continued from page 6) Warren Commission Sifted Many Rumors By MEiRRIMAN SMITH United Press .International . WASHINGTON (UPI)—After the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, many Americans questioned whether an oddball like Lee Harvey Oswald was sufficiently skilled with a rifle to have done the ghastly job. " * There were rumors he could hot have possibly fired three shots with such accuracy in a space of a few seconds; that a second rifle was found on the roof of the Texas. School Book Depository Building from which the lethal gunfire came. Most of these rumors started before the public knew much about Oswald. The' Warren Commission report, however, has answered most of the rumors, about the killer, his marksmanship and his weapons. • Numerous experts on weapons, ammunition, ballistics and marksmanship, plus extensive tests of the murder rifle with duplicate ammunition and Oswald's record in the U.S. Marine Corps, produced this answer : "Easy" Shots From the standpoint of a trained shooter which Oswald was, the two shots (a third missed) that killed Kennedy and wounded Gov. John Connelly of Texas were "easy," to use. a word frOm the expert testimony. The President's open car was moving at 11.2 miles per-! hour, going away in a straight line from the assassin's station on the sixth floor of the building. By scientific examination and timing of amateur movie film made of the incident, it was determined that Kennedy was 265.3 feet from .the rifle when the second shot hit his head. The facts of the matter as developed by the commission: The assassination weapon was a 6.5 millimeter Mannlicher- Garcano Italian military rifle model 91-38, re-barreled from its original canter of 7.35 millimeters: The American gun market after World War II was flooded with weapons of this type. For the most part, they are shoddy and somewhat -beat up, hence the re-barreling job in this case. Mail Order Gun : Ordering under the alias of A. Hidell, an alias he used frequently, Oswald purchased the gun by mail from Klein's Sporting Goods Co. of Chicago, paying $21.45 and ordered it shipped to a, Dallas ppstoffice box which he rerited in his own name. The total charge included $19.95 for the rifle and a cheap four-power telescopic sight, plus $1.50 for shipping and handling. Without the scope, the weapon cost $12.78. A new American - made rifle of , comparable caliber would cost from $50 to $100 with another $25 to $40 for the scope.) In the. same general period, early 1963, Oswald also bought by mail a .38 special Smith & Wesson victory model revolver from seaport-Traders Inc., of Los Angeles, for $29.95. This wis the weapon with which he killed Dallas police officer J.D. Tippit who tried to arrest him in a suburb shortly after the Kennedy assassination. Oswald put four revolver bullets in Tippit during the attempted arrest. Competent Marksman As for his skill with a rifle, the commission pointed out at some length that Oswald spent FOR RENT—3 room apartment unfurnished gas heat, downstairs front. 117 Second St. Phone iFrankfort 654-5946. C-tf LEGAL NOTICE >OTICK OF ADJIINISTKATIO*' In the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Indiana. N'otice Is hereby given that Homer Campbell was on the llth day of September. 1964. appointed: Executor .of the will ot Stratton Campbell, deceased. All persons havinB 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 14th dav of September, 1964. ROSS M. HCFFORD Clerk of the Circuit Court, for Tipton County. Indiana Horace C. Holmes, Attorney 299-305-311 OKD1NAXCK XV.MBEK 255 A N .ORDINANCE DKCI.AK W H A T .SUAI.I. CONSTITUTE I'NKEASON'ABLK AND IXNK- CKSSAKV -NOl.SK OF MOTOR VKIIICI.KS BE IT ORDAIXED by the Common Council of the City of Tipton, Tipton County. Indiana : 1. That no person, finn. or corporation shall operate or cause to be operated any motor vehicle on the streets or public ways of the city of Tipton. Indiana in such. a manner, or with such equipment, as to make, create, increase or maintain any loud, unnecessary, excessive or unusual noise which either annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the comfort, repose, health, peace and quiet of others. 2. Any person, firm or coprora-' tlon violating any provisions of this ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to ,the penalty provided therefor- by • the laws of the State of Indiana us set out til Burns Statutes 47-554 in an Act primarily Intended to eliminate loud noise coming from mufflers, namely: a fine of not less than $1.00 nor more' thart $500.00, to which may be added imprisonment not to exceed one year. 3. This ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after Its passage and due publication as provided by law. PASSED ANT) ADOPTED by the Common Council of the City of Tipton, .Tipton County, Indiana, thlB 28th dav of September, 1964. KAY REXCH, Mayor ATTEST: ' CAROL LORD, Clerk-Treasurer 311-3 MEMORIAM In loving memory of eur darling daughter and sister, Mrs. Martha Ellen (Minefield) Crouch, who passed away Sept SO, 1939. Remembrance is a goiden .chain, Death tries to break giit all in vain; To have to love; And then to part Is the greatest sorrow, of one's heart; Sadly missed fey her mother, Brothers and Sisters. C-311 YORKSHIRE HOG SALE 40 Registered gilts 25 registered and commercialboars. 40 Commercial gilts 8:00 p.m. at Tipton Co. 4-H Fair Ground, Tipton, Indiana. BILL WILLIAMS, Knightstown, Indiana JAMES W. LINDLEY Tipton, Indiana nearly three years in the Marines. Training with the M-l rifle at San Diego in December, 1956, the yOung Marine fired a score of 212 — two points over the score necessary for qualification as a sharpshooter. The Marines rate their riflemen in three grades — marksman, sharpshooter and expert. Three years later, shortly before Oswald left the Marines on a dependency discharge, his firing score - bad dropped somewhat. Nevertheless, in those three years, he was drilled constantly in handling of weapons. On the question of ability, expert witnesses also pointed out that use of the scope was a substantial aid in rapid, accurate firing. Also, there was physical evidence that Oswald rested the rifle on some packing cases stacked by the window of the book depository, giving the rifle a much more solid base than if he had attempted an off-hand, stand-up shot. Conducts Exact Tests The commission dealt with a rumor that Oswald could not have fired three shots from the Mannlicher-Carcano in 5V£ seconds: "According to expert witnesses, exacting tests conducted for the commission demonstrated that it was possible to fire three shots from the rifle within 5% seconds. It should be noted that the first loaded shell was already in the chamber, ready for firing; Oswald had only to pull the trigger to fire the first shot and to work the bolt twice in Order to fire the second and third- shots. They testified that if the second shot missed, Oswald had between 4.8 and 5.6 seconds to fire the three shots. If either the first or third shot missed, Oswald had in excess of seven seconds to fire the three shots." There was some confusion shortly after the assassination about the type of weapon found on the sixth floor of the Depository Building. A deputy constable^ who discovered the rifle after Oswald fled identified it as a 7.65 Mauser, a German bolt-action weapon. The constable, Seymour Weitzman, did not pick up the rifle to examine it at close range because he did not want to interfere with fingerprint experts on the way to the scene. Easily Confused His mistake was quite understandable since it would take ! someone quite familiar with foreign rifles to tell at a glance the difference getween a Mauser 7.65 and a Mannlicher-Car­ cano 6.5. In any case, Dallas police laboratory experts were on hand shortly and correctly identified the rifle. Although accurately labeled within a short time, the Mauser version was made public quickly and repeated by other law enforcement officials before the gun was checked out- by experts. Then came the announcement that the gun in truth was a Mannlicher-Carcano. And then, too, came rumors ' that two weapons were involved. !The second weapon wasreport- I ed variously to have been found I (Continued on page 6) PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell at Public Auction at 903 North Independence Street, in Tipton, Indiana on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1964 AT 1:00 P.M. 2 pc. green living room suite; 2' pc. pillow arm green living room suite; upholstered rocker; chrome folding wheel chair; maple chair; oval coffee table; lamp table; radic-phonograph comb.; swivel desk chair; typewriter desk; chrome and plastic office settee and 2 chairs; shelves; portable phonograph; open bookcase; coffee table; wicker tables; folding screen; studio ccuch; lamps; 4 poster bed room suite with innerspring mattress; featherbed; window fan; three Clopay doors and tracks 40"; two dinette sets; chairs; round oak table and chairs; gas Ironrite ircner; General Electric refrigerator; Sellers cabinet; new pressure cooker; two other cabinets; splash back sink; cooking utensils; iron bench; electric range; Handy-Andy Microscope set; rubber floor runners; picture window; inside doors; Rural ' mailbox on post; car top carrier; pickett fencing for flower beds; books; two electric irons; daybed; cupboard; winter bouquets in pots; one lot used lumber and garage door; and a fence stretcher. SIX ANTIQUE DOLLS; other items, including a 36" chain saw. TERMS—CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR.ACCIDENTS DR. & MRS. J. W;. CLARKSON-Owners CHARLES O. MULLINS — Auctioneer Phone Osborne 5-4805, Tipton, Indiana NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TIPTON COUNTY OF TAX RATES CHARGED . "Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Tipton County, Indiana that as a result of action taken by the Board of Tax Adjustment of Tipton County, on the budgets and levies submitted by the tax levying officials of the several taxing units otthe county, rates of taxation on each one hundred dollars of valuation of the taxable property and rates on each poll hereinafter tabulated by taxing units now stands charged, subject to appeal, for state, county or other purposes stated, payable in the year 1965. _____ TOWNSHIPS CORPORATIONS V 1 ' CICERO , z o 2 Ul LL. LL Ul -» LIBERTY MADISON PRAIRIE WILDCAT KEMPTON SHARPSVILLE j TIPTON _i < LL o * z $ .0035 STATE RATE State Fair Board .0035 .0035 .0035 .0035 .0035 .0035 .0035 .0035 .0035 _i < LL o * z $ .0035 STATE RATE ;atate-Forestry. .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065 STATE RATE Total State Rate .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .675 .01 .675 .01 .675 .01 .675 .152 .261 .01 .675 .152 .261 COUNTY RATE .Comity Revenue .675 .675 .675 .675 .675 .01 .675 .01 .675 .01 .675 .01 .675 .152 .261 .01 .675 .152 .261 COUNTY RATE County Welfare • .152 .152 .152 .152 .152 .152 .152 .152 .01 .675 .152 .261 .01 .675 .152 .261 COUNTY RATE County Wide School Tax .261 .261 .261 .261 ..261 .261 .261 .261 .01 .675 .152 .261 .01 .675 .152 .261 COUNTY RATE Couty Bond and Interest ; .014 .014 .014 .048 .014 .048 .014 .048 .014 .014 ' .014 .014 .048 .014 .048 COUNTY RATE Couthy.-Hospital Bond—Int. .048 .048 .014 .048 .014 .048 .014 .048 .048 .048 .048 .014 .048 .014 .048 COUNTY RATE Co. Cumulative Bridge Fund . .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 Co. Hosp 1 . Cum. Bldg. Fund .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 .10 County.Public Library . .09 .09 .09 .09 1.44 .13 .09 1.44 .09 .09 .09 .09 .09 1.44 .035" .09 1.44 .10 .Total County Rate 1.44 1.44 1^ 1.44 .055 .09 1.44 .13 .09 1.44 .09 1.44 .10 1.44 .13 1.44 .055 .09 1.44 .035" .09 1.44 .10 rrmvuciiip • .Township ; Poor Relief .UOu .01 • ±o .02 .02 .02 .02 .01 • .02 rrmvuciiip • Civil Bond and Interest .02 .02 .02 .02 .02 rrmvuciiip • Fire Fighting Fund . .10 .18 .19 _UW.N_._Ir, SCHOOL, Tuition Fund 1.76 1.76 1.17 1.76 1.17 1.17 1.76 1.17 1.76 1.17 _UW.N_._Ir, SCHOOL, Special .School (Fund 1.72 1.72 1.48 1.72 1.48 1.48 1.72 1.48 1.72 1.48 _UW.N_._Ir, SCHOOL, School Bond and Merest RATES Cumulative Building . .50 .50 .60 .50 .60 .60 .50 .60 .50 .60 Lease rental .165 .165 .165 .165 ' .165 Vocational • .035 .035 .035 .035 .035 'Recreation. •/ —i—:—:— .015 .06 -Total tvwnship; Rat* .4.345 4.35 3.50 4.35 3.34 3.62 4.35 3.305 2.02 4.245 1.77 3.37 L25. ^ CprpiV aaqn. , • • 1.04 3.305 2.02 4.245 1.77 3.37 L25. ^ CORPORATION Street iFuhd : .66 .15 CORPORATION Corporation' Bond-Int. .05 RATES Recreation . _ .05 .20 Police Pension t .02 Total Corp. R'atv 1.70 2.02 6^775 1.84 "7:535 1.65 "6.47 TOTAL RATE Total Property Rat* 5.795 5.80 4.95 5.8.0 4.79 5.07 7.50 2.02 6^775 1.84 "7:535 1.65 "6.47 Total Poll Charged - State General j • 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 POLL TAX County General' 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 ,- 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 > Special/School ( • . .1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 > Total *»oll 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 Any ten Or more taxpayers affected by'any budget, rati or levy shall have the right to file objections with the County 'Auditor to such budgets, rates and levies Within ten days from the date of publication of this notice. All appeals shall be in writing addressed to the State Boafd of Tax Commissioners, naming specifically the items in the budget and the'tax rates which are objected, to arid shall be filed with the County Auditor. This notice is given in compliance with Chapter 119, Acts of i937 as amended by Chapter 41, Acts of 1947, and the rights of taxpayers and the manner of filing objections are set forth therein. Dated this 9th day of September, : •'. . , ORVILLE T., CLICK, Auditor, Tipton County

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