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Tuesday, October 13,19*64 THE TIPTON CAU-Y TRIBUNE Page 5 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 insertion „' 4c per word 2 ihsertions 7c per word 3 >n**rtions 9c per word 4 insuit'ons _ lie per word 5 insertions 13c per word 6 insertions 14c per word * Minimum rate — 51.00 Charges are at a reduced c«sh rate and apply - if the ad 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 no allowance can be made «fier the first incorrect in- tertion. BLACK FACE LOCAL _ 15c per line. MEMORIAM — 10c p *r I fine. CARD OF THANKS — $1.25 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day. nxcept Saturday—call before ii:00 A.'M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:tt'.A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per cel. inch - 90c ^ inch per mo. daily — $18.00 Each additional inch - S11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR m -Ml ESTATE FOR SALE—2 bedroom home on Green St. with gas heat, newly decorated and new kitchen features;. Low_ taxes and upkeep. Ideal for small family. Only S9.000 for quick sale. CONTACT EUGENE RITZ at 115 N. MAIN ST., OS 5-7417. C-8 FOR SALE—Compact home. Good condition. Small lot. An excellent home for anyone who wants close to town. Near churches, grocery. CALL EUGENE 1UTZ at 115 N. MAIN ST., OS 5-.7417. C-8 t?OR SALE—2 apartment house. 5 rooms each. Very good income. Shown by appointment only. OS 5-4210. Will sell on contract. C-9 FOR SALE—New 3 bedroom bi- level. Has 2Va baths, kitchen, living, dining, utility, oak panneled family room with fireplace, and two car garage finished with mahogany pan­ elling. Would consider taking older home on trade or would possiblv sell on contract. Bud Haley,' OS 5-2652. P -12 FOR SAIE rCR SALE—Spinet organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. 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 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—Apples — Grimes, Jonathan Turley Delicious. Oh State Road 28. One mile east of Kempton road. Mitzenberg Orchard. P-23 FOR SALE—Used GE .dryer, GE-washer GE refrigerator, 30" GE range. All good ones. J. A. Carter's Sons, Hillisburg, Indiana. C-9 FOR SALE—Used John Deere 45 Combine with corn head; John Deere 4010 tractor; 963 John. Deere wagon gear; • 16' Mayrath auger; 2ME IHC corn picker; 350 IHC tractor with Freeman loader; MTA , IHC tractor with 4 row cultivator; 830 Case tractor; MM UB tractor and plow; 450 IHC deisel tractor; Super M IHC tractor. J. A. Carter's Sons, Hillisburg, Ind. .C-9 1964 NECCHI $41.16 FULL PRICE Only six months old. original price $139.50. Assume six payments of $6.86 monthly. Monograms, appliques, darns, mends, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag, and many other features on this fabulous Necchi. Guaranteed. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf FOR SALE—Apples and cider Lester niges, OS 5-67d5. P-9 FOR SALE-^-Used T V's,. 1 portable. Wiseman Sales and Service, 108 Dearborn Street. . - C-19 TRUCKS—Clean H. Duty 1961 Chev 2T; 1959 Chev 1%T flat ibed; 1959 Ford V-8, 2T 2-1957 Chevs 2T-2S,beds; 1954 and 1952 Chevs 2T-2S; 1953 GMC COE 2T-2S, flat bed; 1956 Chev tandem and bed; 2 1962 Fords, V-8 1 tons; 1960 Chev 1 ton flat bed; 1954 Ford 1 ton; 1954 Int. 1 ton, bed; 1954 Chev %T, hoist, and bed; 1958 and 1955 Chev % pickups; 2-1953 Chev pickups; 1958-and 1957 Chevy panels; 1958 Ford 6 panel; 1953 Int. Dump; Otb ers. Boggess Truck Sales J.unet 28 and 29, 6 miles East of Frankfort. Phone Michigantown 249-3037. P-10 FOR SALE—9. x 12 beige rug, $12.00. Green chrome breakfast set, $18.00. (Blue swivel rocker, $18.00. OS 5-7294. . ' C-8 FOR SALE—1 small oil heater and fuel oil drum. Excellent condition. OS 5-6263. C-9 FOR SALE— Large Glo - Boy heating stove. Good condition. Phone OS 5-6798. C-10 FOR 0 SALE—One Morning incinerator. New. Special price. Wiseman Sales and Service. C-13 FOR SALE—AKC Beagle pup, male. OS 5-4532. P-10 FOR SALE—One used coal and .. wood heater and r one wood heater. Goldsmith Hardware. C-10 FOR SALE—Boy's topcoats size 4 and 5. Gray tweed. Mrs. Jim Gasho, Atlanta 1-68. p-10 •FOR SALE—Our entire feeding equipment including hog houses., feeders and fountains. Harvey Michel, OS 5-6530. P-10 FOR SALE—1964 Yahama motorcycle. S200.00. Hoyt Brewer, 216 S. Main, OS 5-2513. P-10 FOR SALE—OCTOBER ONLY (any size) SNOW TIRES— Recaps — $25.00 pair, plus (any : size) SNOW TIRES— taxes and good casings. ANTIFREEZE—Permanent j type. Bulk carry out— •bring container. $1.39 per gallon. jFARMERS—Used 8 ply wagon tires. 650-16 — $12.50 eachJ Smith Tire Service, 115 North Independence Street, OS 5-6165. C-10 FOR SALE—Blacksmith anvil, forge, lot of tongs, taps, dies. Otto Van Doran, Windfall RFD LY 5-2627. C-8 WANTED —Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence PickrelL OS 5-4356. C-tt PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE. Tony Hancock, Kempton. Phone 947-2210. Shop in Groomsville. P-7 KING SEPTIC TANKS and Sewer Cleaning at a fair price. Licensed and Bonded by Ind. Board of Health. Windfall, LY- 5-3385. P-29 FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sin clair Serrire. Phone OS 57125. C-tt FARM DITCHING, bulldozing; back hoe work, pan work. Black top dirt, 7 yds. $14.00 Phone J & W excavating. Tipton 09 5-6381, Alexandria 724 2104. • C-tf FOR SALE—Water conditioners and water softeners. Russell's Dairy sales, R. R. 5, Tipton. Sharpsville phone 9S3-2550. C-tf FOR SALE-Septic Tank. Call King, Windfall LY 5-3385.. P-29 NOW IN BULK—Royster fertilizer from «bur new overhead bins! No waiting in line! 4-ton spreaders available; For plow- down or wheat fertilizer call Adler's Seeds, Inc. 963-5397. C-21 USED CARS For Your Car Need* See THE EMBLEM OF QUALITY .26 5. West St. Ph OS 5-4941 Tiptop FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTTN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St FOR SALE—58 Chevy 2 ton 2 speed 15 foot grain bed. New rubber. John iFreeman, Little New York. P-12 (FOR SALE—New 1965 GMC pick-up, 5 tires, 8 foot body wide side, 127 inch W/B, 6 . cyl.„ oil filter, air cleaner, fuel filter, air flow heater and defroster. $1,795. Service Motor Company, Inc., 123 S. Independence, Tipton. . C-tf LIVESTOCK S.P.F. Hampshire Boars—9 mo. old gilts toy head or by the pound. Sill Findling, Windfall, Ph. LY 5-3273. C-tf TOR SALE—Nice SPF second litter sow. Pig after Nov. 3. 2 miles south, 1% east of Windfall. P-10 HORSE AND PONY SALE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15TH 7:00 P.M. ANDERSON SALE ' (BARN. ' • .C-9 SERVICES IF carpets look dull, and drear, remove the spots as they appear with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Carneys .Drug Store. C-12 SEPTIC TANKS , toilet vaults ' vecuiui cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE'2-2684. David'Sew- er Cleaners, C-tf MALE KELP WANTED MAN TO distribute Rawleigh products in Tipton County or City of Tipton. Must be over 21 and own car. Write Rawleigh Dept.. IN J 380 1158, Freeport, IlL P-Mon.-17-19 INSTRUCTIONS —MEN- GET A MAN'S JOB ! 1 Operating bulldozers, graders, drug-lines, hackhoes and scrap- ern. Kuni top wages. We will train you on our equipment. YA approved for full resident training. Write: -ASSOCIATKD HEAVY EQUIPMENT SCHOOLS JOG W. Monroe .Soutli Henri, Indiana WANTED WANTED—Heavy scrap "iron, complete cars, trucks, farm tractors, . batteries, copper, brass, aluminum and lead. Also strong lard and french fry grease. Scrap prices are high -at Levi's (scrap yard) 3 blocks west of Nickel Plate Depot. P-9 WANTED! Man or Woman living in Sharpsville—working in Tipton ... to take bundle daily to Sharpsville. Call Mr. Maney—OS 5-2115. TIPTON TRIBUNE WANTED—Custom picking andjfi; shelling.- Ed Ripberger. LY 5-3469. ' . P-10 WANTED—House, 2 to 4 bedroom, unfurnished. OS 5-6703. P-12 FOR RENT YOU MAY RENT, a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. - Riddick Piano Co. C-t£ FOR RENT—Modern upstairs unfurnished apartment. OS 5-2734. C-9 LEGAL NOTICE STATE HOARD OK TAX I'OMMISSIOXKKS ' 201 Mtute Office ltulldlng Indiauupolis 4, October 9. 11104 I.KOAI. NOTICE Notice is hereby Kiven the officials and taxpayers of ail municipalities located in Tipton County, Indiana, that the budgets for the year 1S65 and the tax levies and rates collectible in the year li»65 of said municipalities will be considered at a public hearing, to be conducted by the Stale Board of Tax Commissioners or a representative of said Board, to be held In the County Court House In said count j' as follows: ISegininj? at 8:30 a.m., .Monday, November 2, 1064 • County Unit Cicero Township Jefferson Township Liberty Township Madison Township Prairie Township Wildcat Township Northern .Community Schools Be^inins at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, [November 2, 18C4 Kempton Civil Town Sharpsville Civil Town Windfall Civil Town Tipton Civil City Tipton Public Library Tipton Community School Corporation Any appeal filed by taxpayers with the State Board of Tax Commissioners from the action of the County Board of Tax Adjustment or an appropriating body, or any appeal filed by the proper officers of any municipal corporation'from the action of the County Board of Tax Adjustment, will also be considered at said time, In conjuctlon with the hearing: on the budKets, levies and rates of the municinallty on which such appeal was filed. At such hearing' officials and taxpayers will be permitted to present any evidence that may give Information on itcma In the budgets that, in their opinion, should be changed or reduced, or any other information that will assist this board In finally determining the budget, levies and rates of the above named municipalities. : , STATE BOAHD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS Richard L. Worley, Chairman. ATTEST: . . Fred C. • Wlssman, < Secretary -, C-8 _ Tipton County Library open.. Monday-Wec|rtesday- Friday till 8:00 pim. ': '. CMf NATIONAL WINDOW By LYLE WILSON United Press International This essay was typed on a handsome portable machine that bears the well known American trade name, Remington. -Moreover, this mill was a gift to me from my Washington, D.C., colleagues. It bears the Name REMINGTON spelled out in raised script But on the hind side ^f the typewriter in small letters unlikely to attract much attention is the legend: "Manufactured in the United Kingdom. That was a shocker for me because it had been my impression that American mectanical genius had devised such wonders as the personal typing machine and that - American mer­ chandizing genius was supplying such wonders to one and all, overseas and at home. Then I remembered that some ItaI J ian genii had moved in on the U.S. typewriter industry several years ago and, so far as I ever heard, had made away with it. More Of Same But there is more of the same. For. 20 years I have worn on my wrist a Swiss watch, a good and beautiful timepiece. The time came for replacement and I remembered from my youth the fame of certain articles of commerce often far beyond hope of possession for a short-grass country boy. There were, for example, the Barlow knife, and the Hamilton watch. The Hamilton -watch! Every prairie kid in a railroad town aspired to one. The word •around was that the engine crew'of the once-a-day local on the Mopac Central Branch timed their train with Hamiltons. Not only the engine crew, but the conductor and brakeman as well. Railroad time was the ultimate standard of precision in western Kansas. Of fresher memory was the fact that the American way of life depends in large measure on its watch industry. The delicate mechanics of manufacturing these little time machines, requires precise skills and tools essential to national defense: U.S. watchmakers in World War II helped produce the tiny and delicately adjusted proximity artillery fuse. I wear my new Hamilton, but not so proudly as I might. It says HAMILTON just under the gure 12. But below the 6 in very small print is the word- Swiss! Finds Other Makes Last week I bought a Seth Thomas desk clock, a beautiful model. Seth Thomas is part of the American legend. But my desk clock was made in Germany. I have been examining other articles in my home. My travel clock, a folding number, is an Ingraham; "Made in Japan." A handsome 10-gallon hat purchased in Dallas, Tex., is the image of the famous Stetson. Inside, my hat claims Qualita Superiore and describes itself as a Borsalino, made in Italy. Ditto a Stetson look-alike bought in San Francisco. LBJ had better look under his hat band. . My cigarette lighter appears to be a Pennsylvania product. It-was made in Austria. All of these are good products. My British typewriter is as good as any I ever owned. My watch and clocks keep good time. My lighter lights. What I'd like to know is wh^t has become of the American guys and dolls who used : to make these articles now imported irom overseas? Maybe they got other and better jobs. Then, again, maybe they didn't. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my, sincere appreciation to my friends and relatives for their kindness to me during my stay at the hospital. I am especially grateful for the cards, flowers and'gifts from everyone.' •I also wish to thartk the doctors, nurses and nurses • aides at the Tipton Hospital for their faithful attention.,. Naomi Robinson 402 W. Madisoii t.i £ N El HA L f.1OT0 R S CORPORATION ' PACK* TO #0 TON* SERVICE MQT0B COMPANY INC. Obituaries By United Press International MOSCOW (UPI)—Hungarian- born Evgeny Varga, 84, a leading Soviet economist until'- he apparently I criticized official Communist dogma on capitalism's ability to survive, died Thursday of cardiovascular insufficiency. NEW YORK (UPI)—Charles Hodges, 69, professor emeritus of international politics at New York University and a pioneer radio news broadcaster, died Thursday of a heart attack. GLENDORA, Calif. (UPI)— Funeral services were scheduled Saturday for Marjorie Valentine Sidel, 76 known to World War I doughboys as "Sunny" Valentine, the YMCA hostess for the AEF. STANFORD, Calif. (UPI)— Prof. William Irvine, 58, an au­ thor and authority on the Vic torian era, died at his home on the Stanford University campus Wednesday night RALEIGH, N.C. (UPIWFu- neral services will be held here Saturday for Dr. Clarence Poe', 83, noted Southern author, journalist and editor who died here Thursday. POMONA, Calif. (UPI)—Funeral arrangements were- pending today for Dr. Clarence J. Hylander, 63, authority on biological and botanical subjects, who died Friday of an apparent heart attack. BURBANK, Calif. (UPI)—Requiem Mass will be celebrated Monday for Conrad J. Gozzo, 42, who played the trumpet for Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Artie Shaw and other bandleaders. He died Thursday. . -. :,fiLt££ "PnblUMd In accordance with the call made oy tnc federal Keserve Bank ox this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act and u cull made by the Depurtuicmt of JTinunciul Iustitutiontf of the Mute of Indiana." Reserve District No. State No. 7» KEl'OKT or CONDITION OJ- "FA1M1.EHS LOAN 4: XKUSI COSiJ 'ANY" of 'I'iptoii, in the btate of lmliulin, at tile close ot OUKIIU*!.S on Oclooer i, lOfil, ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, ana cash items in process of collection .$l,0aS.032.: United States Government ooiigations, direct and guaranteed Utilisations ot States and political subdivisions Utncr bonds, notes ana ueoentures (.including §300,000.00 securities ot Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.S.) ' Corporate stocics (.including $10,500.00 stock of Federal Reserve JtSanK) ; Loans and discounts (including; $172.20 overdrafts) c!ank premises owned Sa'j.OUO.OO, Furniture and fixtures $12,500.00 Itiank premises owned axe subject to JNone liens not assumed Dy bank) Heal estate owned other than bank premises investments and other assets indirectly representinjj bank premises or other real estate None Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None Utner assets l..a"^.3'j l,2Sl,a«.!i'J 353,013.1)^ 300,000.00 10,500.00 111,500.00 1,955.43 TOTAL ASSETS : 6,880,270.11. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuuis, partnersnips, and corporations 2,652,531.57 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) : Deposits of States and. political subdivisions Deposits of banks -. Otuer Deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) TOTAL DEPOSITS $I .,162,746.12 ta) Total demand deposits .'- 2,1152,531.57 (b) Total time deposits 2,S77,1S1.'J I iMorla^a^es or other liens, $nonc un uauk premises and $nonc on other real estate Rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money ... Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ' None Other liabilities ": 7^,257.0i 2,S77.1S1.'J4 C4.S33.21 535,; J 5:0 , None - 32,610.40 None None STRICTLY BUSINESS lyUdMhrt "Prize? There's no prize —: that's the chance you took!" Presidential Outlook (EDITORS NOTE: This is another in a series of dispatches by United Press International reporters on political trends around the nation.) 6,235,003.1;. TOTAL LIABILITIES , CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (aj Common stock, total par value 5100,000.00 tb) Preferred stock, total par value SJsone, total re- tireable value $None (c) Capital notes and debentures JNone 100,000.00 Surplus 250,000.00 Umuvided profits '... . v L'a:vi .;.>.<. Keserves land retirement account for preferred capital) .. 5.S2S.30 TOTAL CAriTAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 645,2.. 6,S60,27(>.H MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned "to secure liabilities and for , uUier purposes , J. 110,500.01 (a) Loans as snown above are af|ter deduction of reserves of::'„.',.:... i , 35,S40/i4 (b) Securities as shown above; are after deduction of valuation reserves of None I, Donald Essie, Cashier, of the above-named bank Yl<> hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best ot my knowledge and belief. DONALD ESSIG Cashier Correct—Attest: . DAVID V. CO.MPTON • 3 HILTON HODBS HAKIUSON A. SMITSON Directors State of Indiana, County of Tipton, SS: Sworn to and subscribed before me this »th day of October, 196-1, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My Commission expires April 11, 11165. BLANCHE IIAItltlSOX, Notary Public KEl'OKT OP AN. AFFILIATE, A HOLDING COMPANY AFFILIATE OF A HANK tl'IIICH IS A MKMMEK OF THE FKDEKAI, .ltKSEK VE SYSTEM, PC11L1SHF.D IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PICO VISIONS OF THE FJjDKKAI, KESEKVE ACT lteport us of October 1, 1!)G4, of TIFTOX-1I.AMILTON' (iBAVEL CORPORATION Tipton, Indiutiu. which Is affiliated with FARMERS LOAN * TRUST COMPANY, Tipton,. India im Kind of business of this affiliate: To buy and sell-gravel at wholesale and retail, to own and operate gravel pits for the purpose of obtaining gravel for such sales, and its allied and'interdependent lines of business, to buy, sell and lease real estate necessary for the operation ot the business of the corporation; to borrow money, execute notes and mortgages, and own and sell real estate and securities of any and alt kinds, taken in exchange, in -the proper course of business and to do any and all other things necessary and proper to carry on a genera, gravel producing and sale business. Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated with member bank, and degree of control: Affiliation through interlocking directorate and stock ownership. Financial relations with bank: Stock ot" affiliated bank owned by the affiliate (par value) : 5 None Loans.by the affiliate to affiliated bank $ None • Stock of affiliate registered in name of affiliated bank or known to be owned by bank directly or indirectly (par value) > ... $ S.UOO.OD Borrowings from affiliated bank. Including acceptances executed by affiliated bank for account of affiliate and securities sold to affiliated bank under re- : purchase agreement 5 None Other obligations of the affiliate to, or known to be held by, affiliated bank 5 None Other information necessary to disclose fully relations with' -' bank: 'None I, Daurice J. Baker, Ass't. Secretary of Tipton-,Hamilton Gravel Corporation, do solemnly - swear that the above statement is" true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. I Daurice J. Baker • Sworn to and subscribed before me this Sth day of"T)ctober, 1964. Blanche Harrison Notary Public My commission expires April 11, 1965. PUBLIC SALE Having sold our farm will sell all our equipment at the Mrs. Carl Smith farm, 2 miles North of Noblesville on Highway 19, 4 miles South of Cicero, beginning 11:00 a.m. sharp. Monday, October 19, 1964 IMPLEMENTS: 1953 Super M K good condition; 3-bottom plow with hydraulic cylinder; extra 3-bottom plow; 4-row cultivators with new hydraulic cylinder; 4-row 490 J. D. planter; }2' wheel disc with hydraulic cylinder; like new 450 J. D. rake with 3 point hitch and hydraulic; 1 4, 1953 Co-Op tractor on new rubber; W. C. Allis-Chalmers, starter and lights; power takeoff Yetter rotary 5' mower; 4-row rotary hoe on hydratilic rubber carrier; 76 Int. 7' P. T. combine; Massey-Harris combine; J. D. 15-hole clutch type grain drill with fertilizer and grass seed attachment; hydraulic Int. scoop; Case power mower; 2-row Case cultivators; 2-row Case corn planter; Co-Op rubber tire wagon with gavity bed; rubber tire wagon with grain bed; J. D. 8' double cultipack- er; Universal grain or hay elevator with 1. hr. electric motor. TfeQCK: Chevy 2-ton 8-speed truck op good rubber with grain bed and stock racks. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT: Chain saw; 2 heathousers; floating - drag; hog equipment; concrete mixer; overhead gas tank; compressor with motor;" hydraulic lacks-and other iacks/| lot of fane* tools and.stretcher; log chains; forks; farps; scoops; 3 sets of blocks and tackles; 2V i (adder; gas pump; Other property not mentioned. Pressure system summer'and winter hog fountain. Skid board. TERMS: Cash Not responsible for accidents. Lunch will be served.' ' PAUL SMITH, Owner FOLAND It LEWISrINC.,-Auctioneers' : Clip for refertnc* By DE VAN L. SHUMWAY United Press International SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) —California - - Democrats, accustomed to a substantial registration edge, vvere openly optimistic today about their prospects for winning the state's 40 electoral votes in November. A' UPI compilation of registration in 14 of the state's most populous counties showed the Democrats had piled up an even =more clear-cut advantage going into the Nov. 3 general election. Roger Kent, state Democratic chairman, reacted to the new figures by saying they led to the "inescapable" conclusion that President Johnson was headed for a "sweeping victory" in the nation's largest state. . Don Mulford, GOP caucus chairman in the state assembly and a member of the state's Republican National Convention delegation, was prompted to issue a warning to his party. "This could mean the end of an effective two-party system in the state legislature." Mulford said he complained that money was' being poured into the presidential campaign at the expense of lesser candidates. The figures, compiled by UPI from the state's county clerks, indicated a total registration of 8.3 million, up 800,000 from the November 1962 record and a boost of 900,000 from four years ago. Registration closed in mid- September. But the most significant figure, most political sources said,was one showing that since June's primary election an additional 817,925 persons had registered to vote in the 14 populous counties. Democrats gained 608,799 and Republicans 246,241 for a total party gain of 855,040. . The higher party registration figure apparently resulted from persons who had not been aligned with a party joining one of the two major parties. The 14 counties used in the UPI survey generally represent about 85 per cent of the state's total registered vote. In the June 2 primary, they counted for 84.15 per cent of the registrants. Projecting the 14 counties to reach 100 per cent, the state's November general election would be 8,310,000 and be broken down this way: 4,853,000 Democrats and 3,274,000 Repub­ licans. The remainder will be persons who decline to state their registration or belong to minor parties. Kent called the figures an indication that Californians were showing "distress and distaste." for Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, the GOP standard-bearer. "Obviously, large numbers of voters who are normally Republican have switched to the Democratic column and previously unregistered voters are flocking to the Democratic party," Kent said..' ' . But while the Democrats were savoring the registration figures, Republicans got ? some important help from California's largest newspaper — 'the Los Angeles Times. In its Sunday morning edition the Times announced that it was supporting Goldwater and believed he "deserves the support and the votes of all moderates and all conservatives of both parties." Called "political Prisoner" The newspaper said Johnson was "too much the political prisoner of economic pressure groups and big labor" to carry out needed reforms in the fields of taxation, deficit spending, agricultural and labor legislation. Support for Johnson, meanwhile, came from a statewide committee that had pushed Henry Cabot Lodge for the GOP presidential nomination. The announcmeent was made in San Francisco by Dick Clement, chairman of the 12,000-member committee. But he said the decision was made without consulting Lodge, former ambassador to South Viet Nam. CAMEL0T A CLASSIC ACHIEVEMENT $_q.95 £ari Cj. f ^lioclei teweier PUBLIC AUCTION 1 will sell at Public Auction at 307 Douglas Street, in Tipton Indiana, on Saturday, October 17,1964 at 1 P.M. 2 piece maroon living room suite; Magic Chef oil heater, 63,250 B.T.U.; occasional table; end table; table lamp; house plants, including several African Violets; ?, x 12' rug and pad with 3 matching throw rugs; vanity lamps; curtains; 400 day small square clock; metal flower stand; 4 piece bedroom suite; springs and mattress; 2 cedar chests; hassock; wardrobe; metal bed; bedding, blankets and linens; Remington portable typewriter; washstands; 4 piece bedroom suite; spring's and mattress; Sun craft sun lamp; decorative balance scales imported from Italy; Christmas decora* fions; Bissell carpet sweeper;. GE canister type sweeper with attachments; GE electric iron;' six dining chairs; double wood utility; set of dishes," service for 8; 9' x 12' linoleum rugs; Singer drop- head treadle machine with attachments; medicine cabinet; Victory Monogram 100 coal heater; red and gray -Formica topped table and 6 chairs; metal double utility; Tappah 30" gas range; Hat- point refrigerator; Cosco step stool; cooking utensils; one minute washer; double tubs; kitchen cabinet; tin door cupboards; antique, rocker; 2 folding porch chairs; 2 metal lawn chairs; porch swing; keg of "old hen and chickens"; 22 gauge rifle; Hopkins Allen 22 gauge rifle; Savage 22 gauge rifle; double barrelled shot gun; 20 inch Lawn-Flite lawnmower; wheel barrow; lawn cart; long extension cord; Wizard nearly new 7 Inch saw; Wizard nearly new Vj inch drill; 26 inch bicycle; shovett, rakes; anvil; basketball goal; sledgehammer; metal tool box; extension ladder; hog pans; rope; lots hand tools; 275 gallon oil tank with gauge; trash barrel. Many other Items. 1958 OLOSMOBILE 98. 2 door full power car. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. MARTHA LISTON - OWNER AUCTIONEERS: CHARLES O. MULLINS,* Phono OS 5-4805, Tipton, Indiana GEORGE M. ASKREN, Phone OS 5-2214, Tipton, Indiana

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