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DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. inch Wc 1 inch per mo. daily'.. $18.00 Each additional inch - $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE Wanted for Sale City, form and business properties. We have good buyers *cr fair priced properties/ Call or see Eugene Ritz at RITZ AGENCY 124 N. Main — OS 5-4813 FOR SALE iFOR SALE — Used Grader Blades. Use on farm tractors, earth moving equipment and homemade snow plows. Levi's (scrap yard). OS 5-4781. P-34 FOB SALE—Tweed Olson rug, 12 ft. 9 in. by 20 ft.; wood wardrobe; 7 straight back chairs; blonde. din|ng- room table and 4 chairs; childs '. wardrobe with drawers;' 3 ' piece -white' bedroom suite, 10 ft. G.E. refrigerator, G.E. Electric Range^ New G.E. Air purifier. Jack Smith, 1 mile south of Tetersburg. C-34 Set Diamond Rings 2 rr.cs CARATS PI.ATJXUM MOUNTED Coat—11,095.00 Priced $1,000.00 Must nee to appreciate. Write Box Z c/p Tipton Tribune LIVESTOCK Gilts aE sold. We have extra good S.P.F. Hampshire boars. Bill Findling. Phone LY 5-3575. USED CARS FOR SALE—1361 (Ford convertible, ?1,000. See at 131 W. Adams. P-38 FOR SALE—1949 Chevy % pick up truck, 56 motor, good condition. Reliable Coal Co. 531 N. West Street. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. C-35 For Your Car Needs See THE' o "MJTY ^ 120 S. West St. Phone OS 5-4941 Tipton 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 FOR SALE—Cider. Lester Illges OS 5-6795. i C -37 JIUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pia- KOS — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558. P-tf FOR SALE — Duo Therm oil stove. Sharpsville 963-2456J ' ' ' - C-34 FOR SALE—Registered black miniature poodle. Call 2 on 89 Atlanta. P-34 FOR SALE—Apples. Turley M'inesap, Rome Beauty and others. On State Road 28. One mile east of Kenipton road. Hitzenberg Orchard. C -43 SINGER ZIG-ZAG $36.62 COMPLETE <TJeautiful walnut cabinet. /Make six payments of $6.11 -monthly. Warranty included. Makes beautiful designs, sews on buttons, appliques, makes buttonholes, full size. No attachments needed. Call OS 52135. , C-tf FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTTN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St HELP WANTED — Baby sitter "' in. my home. Days. Phone 5-2948 after 6. . P-34 WANTED—Good home for small part terrior dog. Phone LY 5-4501. P-36 WANTED—One or 2 small children to keep in my home. Days Call OS 5-2055. P-34 WANTED—Ironings, prices. OS 5-6727. Reasonable C-33 ATTENTION, .anyone owning scrap copper, brass, auto truck radiators and other metals. Prices are at an all time high. Bring yours in now No phone quotations. Levi's (scrap yard), 3 blocks west NKP RR depot P-37 WANTED—5 to 15 acres on highway 19 or 28, within 10 miles, with no buildings. Also small 4 or 5 room house in Tipton, modern or semi-modern. Write Box 44, c/o Post Office. P-34 WANTED—Raw furs; 2 - miles south, V4 mile west of Sharpsville. Vera Purvis, and Sons. Phone 963-2697. C-34 WANTED—Live poultry. A. L. Shaw, Greentown, Indiana Phone 628-3875. C-42 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—3 room furnished apartment. Phone OS 5-2348. C-33 FOR RENT FOR RENT—2 houses in country. One modern. Paul Walsh OS 5-6733. P-34 FOR RENT- Sweetland o'clock. -Trailer. See at 336 Avenue after 4 P-33 YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf SERVICES LOFTY PILE, free from soil is the • carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1.00. Carney's Drug Store. C-36 SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum, .cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2884. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf FOR RENT—Hoover Rug shampooer - polisher. Safe, easy to use. Professional results. $1.00 per day. Compton and Son. Across from Postoffice. - C-49 FOR RENT—Two homes'—802 Maple and Country home. Phone OS 5-6987. ' .C-34 LOST AND FOUND LOST — Black brown and white Beagle dog. Phone OS 5-6771. C-35 COR SALE—Spinel organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf FOR SALE — Apples—Cider- Popcorn. Hainien Orchard, 2 miles ?e3t of Greentown, turn ^brth and follow signs. C-42 FOR SALE—Applej and cider. Smith Orchard. 1 mile north, J4 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—Water conditioners and water softeners. Russell's Dairy sales, R._R. 5, Tipton. Sharpsville phone 963-2550. C-tf FUELOIL WHITE GAS any amount at station WEBB OIL CO. 215 S. fiiln Tipton PARTS FOR SALE Buicks and Fords 54 to 56 models. Reason able prices. Many other car models in stock. Elevator Auto Parts, 538 North Main Street P-37 IFOR SALE—Alto " saxophone, Buescher Aristocrat, like new, half, price. Metal clarinet, $25 .00. Ray Speef, 336 Green, Tipton. OS 5-4476. - P-35 HORSE AND PONY SALE — THURS. NOV. 12 AT 7:00 P.M. ANDERSON SALE BARN. C-34 FOR .SALE—2 wheel, trailer. Steel bed. Stop light and turn signal, good tires.-.4 on. 133 Atlanta. • - . P-37 FOR SALE—Used •„ gas dryer, Reasonable, call Frank Letsinger, 66 5-6012: '.. C-35 FOR-SALB-^aS "ta'nger gun Winchester No.JJT. Call.OS S- 2018. - "--tfSl FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Servire. Phone OS 57125. C-tf WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence PicacreO. OS 5-4358. C£ Portable welding. Phone 947-2279 Tony Hancock. Shop in Groomsville. P -43 -1 GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION ' IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Robert E. Smith, who passed away November 11, 1963. When evening shades are falling And we are sitting all alone, In our hearts there comes a longing If he only.could come home. Wife Augusta and children n«OMV> TO «0 TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. SERVICE CALL BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAY: OS 5-4549 NITE: OS 5-6166 SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to all friends and relatives, the personnel of both Tipton and Methodist Hospitals for their excellent care and kindness, churches and their ministers, workers at the Oakes Mfg. Co., and especially to the •hiood donors during the illness and- at the death of our beloved husband and father Olen Lee Jones. Especially do we wish to thank the Rev. Charles Fields for his Comforting message and the Mitchell Funeral Home for their helpful service. We will always be grateful. Lucille Jones and children. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Everett D. Miller who passed away seven years ago today, on November U, 1957. Mrs. Sarah E. Miller Mr. & Mrs. John H. Miller and family Mr. Sc Mrs. Carl E. Miller and family LEGAL NOTICE COMMISSIONERS' CLAIMS The Tipton County Commtsslon- jers will consider the following election 1 claims at a special meeting on Monday, November 16, 1964, 9:00 a.m. Nathaniel Booher,<pel. Elec Booths C- J100.00 Margaret Reenter, CI Canv Bd. •"...: 24.00 Mary Jacobs, Same 24.00 V. Eugene Ritz, SaL Elec., Canv Bd 115.00 Clarence Jarvis, Same .... 116.00 Bill Worden, Elec. Rope .. 2.16 Ross Hufford, Same 4.14 Carters, Same 9.98 Danner's, Same 14.51 Ross Hufford, Proc Elec Ballots Cicero 1 Carl Foster, Inspector .... 24.00 Sam Groves, Judge, 12.50 8.40 Graydon Harrison, Same Helen Weber, Clerk Esther Dunn, Same Nina Toung, Ass't CI .. Mary Pickrell, Same ... Hugh Sharum, Elec Sher Lawrence Shook, Same . Eddie Deppen, Room Rt Eddie Deppen, Meals ...' Cicero * Patricia Richardson, Inspector 24.00 Dessle James, Judge 12.50 Margaret Addison, Same .. 12.50 June Conwell, Clerk 12.50 Dean Hogwood, Ass't CI .. 12.50 Marjorie Twilling, Clerk !. Ella Wilson, Ass't CI . Raymond Little, Elec Sher Glenn Boyer, Same — Zelma Clouse, Room Rt .. Zelma Clouse, Meals and , snacks 33.75 Cicero 3 Lela Thompson, Inspector Koral Dark, Judge Carl Miller, Same Bessie Hart, Ass't Clerk Pauline Han kins. Same . Madeline Glbbens, Same Barbara McSew, Same .. Pearl Quear, Clerk 12.50 Mary Smith, Same 12.50 George Graf, Elec Sher ... Dewey Edwards, Same Nina Rollins Room Rt Nina Rolins, Meals, Snacks Cicero 4 Ebert Allison, Inspector 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 9.00 9.00 17.60 27.00 12.50 12.60 9.00 9.00 17.50 24.00 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 12.50 9.00 9.00 17.50 37.00 24.00 Mary Guilkey, Judge 12.50 MALE HHP WANTED WANTED-i-Man to help <listrict manager seU and service reliable livestock feeds. Full or part time.'Write Tom Ritchie, Hemlock, Indiana. , P-J3 NW WANTED HELP J ^WANllEIV-Male or '•, fe- male,'to;tdeIiver.the Kokomo '• MarnihgTirrfes In rural areas of Tipton, Kein^ton and Wiad- - -fall; S 'days a' week. Car ne- ..pesaarj!^;.JnJbejs S te4. . Parties please^write Box- A, c/o Trl- Instant* Bacon Cookery Ahead Bacon that cooks in a pop-up toaster may be just around the corner. Aluminum foil pouches that; make possible this unusual method were among packaging! developments' described, at the annual Newspaper - Food Editors Conference by a spokesman for a major aluminum man-, ufacturer. Pre-cooked bacon sealed in such pouches heats quickly and crisply in a toaster,, once the top is clipped from the pouch. • Other ideas from the; firm's research laboratories include fancy frozen ..prepared breakfasts in divided foil trays and an apple pie inix - freeze-dried apples, sugar and spices in one foil • pouch,; ready-id-roU pie erust dough in another. ' A sample' breakfast suggested consisted of omelet, Cleo Jones, Same 12.50 Martha J. Purvis, Clerk ... 12.50 Mary Dickover, Same 12.50 Mary Young, Ass't CI 12.50 Mary Jones, Same 12.50 James Delph, Klec Sher .. 9.00 Clias. Grimes, Sr.. Same ... 9.00 Tipton Armor}' Bd.. Room Rt 17.50 Tom's Cafeteria, Meals 27.00 Cicero 5 Dorothy Honeychurch. Inspector 24.00 Vivian Utterback, Judge .. 12.50 Margaret Walsh, Same 12.50 Juarilta Zaloudek, Clerk .. 12.50 Thelma Murray, Clerk ... 12.50 Cordelia Basey, Ass't Clerk 12.50 Edythe Cochran, Same . 12.50 William Fischvogt, Elec Sher 9.00 George Tishner. Same 9.00 Hoosier Cafe, Meals, Snack 33.75 Cicero 6 E. Glae Foster, Inspector .. 24.00 Marigrace Peters, Judge .. 12.50 Atha Ray, Same .. ... 12.50 Marsha Marschke, Clerk .. 12.50 Clarice Kennedy. Same ... 12.50 Patricia Petty,.Elec Sher . 9.00 Paul Plummer, Same ... 9.00 Mrs. Pearl Shupperd, Room Rt 17.50 Mrs. Pearl Shupperd, Meals Snack 26.25 Cicero 7 Albert Michel, Inspector .. 24.00 Michelle Lee, Judge 12.50 Esther Bergman, Same ... .12.50 Anna Shadday. Clerk 12.5 / 0 Nina Jarrett. Same 12(50 Martha Schinlaub, Elec Sher 9 60 Thelma Shockney, Same .. 9.W0 Farm Bureau, Room Rt . 17.50 Mrs. June Vanbibber, Meals \ Snack 26.25H Cicero 8 James Weismiller, Inspector 24.00 Ruth Browning, Judge .... 12.50 John Funke, Same 12.50 Matie Johannes, Clerk ... 12.50 Dorothy Trimble, Same .. 12.50 Myrtle Ley, Elec Sher 9.00 Myron Bowlby, Same ... . 9.00 James Weismiller, Room Rt 17.50 James Weismiller, Meals Snack 26.25 Cicero 9 Mitchell Leavell, Inspector . 24.00 James Meng, Judge 12.50 Geraldine Kendall, Same .. 12.50 Ruth Jordan, Clerk 12.50 Edna Funke, Same 12.50 Ruth Grishaw, Elec Sher . 9.00 Melva Ehman, Same ... 9.00 C. W. Hoover, Room Rt 17.50 Mrs. Walter Lilly, Meals Snack 2C.25 Cicero 10 George Baird, Inspector ... 24.00 Clark Redmon, Judge '. 12.50 Ray Calvin, Same 12.50 Betty Essig, Clerk 12.50 Patricia Schmidt. Same .. 12.50 Alta Amsburj'. Elec Sher . 9.00 Elizabeth Wendt, Same .. 9.00 Mary Tantis, Meals, Snack 26.25 Jefferson 1 Walter Hughes, Inspector . 24.00 W. L. Vandevender, Judge 12.50 Bertha Wood, Same 12.50 Thelma Sweet. Clerk 12.50 Mary Teter, Same 12.50 Betty Duncan, Elec Sher". . £.00 Jean McFarland, Same .. 9.00 Bertha Wood. Room Rt .. 17.50 Tetersburg Church. Meals Snack 26.25 Jeffe ^Hon 2 lames Barnett, Inspector . 24.00 Robert-Stafford. Judge ... 12.50 Allen Silence, Same 12.50 Wilma- Hawkins, Clerk 12.50 Margaret Coffraan, Same . 12.50 Ross Reed, Elec Sher 9.00 J. Wesley Taylor, Same' .. S.00 Kempton Fire Dept., Room •Rt • 17.50 Kempton Christian Church • Meals, Snack . 26.25 Jefferson 3 Edith Johnson, Inspector . 24.00 Martha Sellars, Judge ..... 12.50 Crystal Gossard. Same ... 12.50 Barbara Cunningham, Clerk 12.50 Martha Wood, Same . 12.50 Harold Bracken, Elec Sher 9.00 Margaret Rector, Same . 9.00 American Legion, Room Rt 17.50 Kempton Christian Church ,. Meals, Snack 26.25 Jefferson 4 Fred ROde, Inspector 24.00 George Butner, Judge 12.50 .Matie Smith. Same 12.50 Ruby Foster, Clerk 12.50 Virginia Smith. Same 12.50 Harry. Boyer, Elec Sher .. 9.00 Rosemary Henry, Same .. 9.00 Edith Boyer, Room Rt ... 17.50 Betty Duncan, Meals, Snack 26.25 liberty 1 •* . Jesse Dye, Inspector 24.00 Roy Lee, Judge 12.50 Stanley Herbert, Same 12.50 Charleen Roler, Clerk" 12.5U "Coramae Krupp, Same 12.50 Ruth Salsbury, Elec Sher . 9.00 Ruby Dye, Same 9.00 Sharpsville Lions, Room Rt 17.50 Sharpsville W.S.C.S., Meals, Snack 26.25 Liberty 2 •';,„, Don Richards, Inspector .. 24.00 Bern Ice Brophy, Judge 12.50 Rebecca Henderson,'Same . 12.50 Linda Amsbury, Clerk 12.50 Anna Hurlock, Same ..... 12.50 Dorchle- Treadway, Elec Sher 9.00 Harry Warner. Same -9.00 Iva Farthing, Room Rt ,. . li.SO Church of God, Meals, Snack 26.25 liberty * Everett Stout, Inspector .. 24.00 Sondra Rogers, Judge 12.60 Hestie Whitehead. Same .. 12. r >0 Daisy Stout, Clerk ... 12.50 Jane Henderson, Clerk 12:50 Helen' Butler, Elec Sher .. 9.08 Garry. BogUe, Same . , •' ... 9."0 Joe Henderson, Room Rt .. 17.50 W. W. B. Church of God, MealB, Snacks 26.25 Madison 1 Bur Henderson, Inspector . 14.00 Joe Miller, Judge 1250 Lee Hobba, Same 12.50 Salome Henderson, Clerk . 12.50 Ann Letslnger, Same . 12.60 William Zlegler, Elec Sher . 9.00 Mary Dickover. Same ' 9.00 •Roderick Hobbs, Room Rt 17.50 Harriet Ginn,-Meals Snack 26.25 Mary' Heron, Inspector 24.00 Opal Stewart, Judge 12.50 Mary E. Kemper, Same 12.60 JTankle Swinford, Clerk .. 12.50 Ruth Legg, Same 12.60 Oscar Stewart, Elec Sher . 9.00 Olive Fecher, Same 9.0u Hobbs: - Methodist Church Meals, Snack ' 21.26 'Maalion S Harry Burkett, Inspector . 24.00 Mrs. Alice Simmons, -Judge 12.5o Mrs. Edith Foley, Same .. 12.50 Barbara Hussey, Clerk ... 12.50 Mrs. Floy DeJong, Same .. 12.50 Ray Walker, Elec Sher ... 9.00 James Gunning, Same 9.00 Mrs. Harry Parr, Meals, Snack 26.25 Madlioa 4 Joseph Wittkamper, Inspector ' 24.00 Louise Lewis, Judge 12.60 Jesse Miller, Same ... 12.50 Bemlce Jung, Clerk 12.50 Helen Phifer. Same ...... 12.50 Mildred Tranbarger, Elec. Sher 9.00 Audra Heflin, Same 9.00 New Lancaster P. T. A., Meals, Snack 26.25 Prairie, 1 J. WUUam Morris, Inspector 24.00 Helen Vanbibber. Judge .. 12.50 Wayne Hlnkle. Same 12.60 Wilma Dawson. Clerk, .. 12.50 Ruth Deason. Same 12.60 Tony Hancock, Elec Sher . 9.00 Loren Maggart, Same 9.00 James Stroup, Room Rt .. 17.50 Mrs. William Harlow, Meals Snack 26.25 Prairie 2 Eugene Campbell, Inspector 24.00 Clyde Harlow, Judge 12.50 Hazel West, Same 12.50 Margaret Rose, Clerk 12.50 -Thelma Dickover, Same .. 12.50 Edna Malone, Elec Sher .. 9.00 Wm. Harlow, Same .. . 9.00 Pralrievllle Women's Fellowship, Meals, Snack .. 26.25 Prairie S 1 Lucy Orr, Inspector 24.00 Oils Tyner, Judge 12.50 Robert Wooldridge, Same .. 12.50 Ann Ludlow, Clerk 12.50 Deveta Pumphrey, Same .. 12.50 Inez Smith. Elec Sher 9.00 Wilma Vanbibber, Same .. 9.0U Inez Smith. Room Rt 17.50 Hopewell W.S.C.S., Meals, Snack 26.25 Wildcat 1 Wilbur Collins, Inspector . 24.00 Guy Trimble, Judge 12.50 Karleen Worker. Same 12.50 Mary Downs, Clerk, 12.50 Louise Smith, Same 12.50 Albert Ellis, Elec Sher ... 9.00 Mary Arnold. Same 9.00 Beverly Davis, Meals, Snack 26.25 Wildcat s Howard Mlckle, Inspector . 24.00 Fred Meyncke, Judge 12.50 Jesse Couch, Same . 12.60 Frances Courtney, Clerk . 12.50 Lillian Dennis. Same 12.50 Alice Tolle, Elec Sher 9.00 Harry Yundt, Same 9.00 HarreU Fisher, Room Rt . 17.50 Windfall Church of Brethren, Meals, Snack 26.25 Wildcat 3 Sidney. Legg, Inspector 24.00 Madge Horner, Judge 12.50 Linley Hamilton. Same ... 12.50 Elizabeth Patterson, Clerk 12.50 Minerva Bryan, Same ... 12.50 Phyllis Mitchell. Elec Sher 9.00 Beryl Barrett, Same 9.00 Windfall Church of Brethren, Meals, Snack 26.25 lVUdcat 4 Arnold Pickering, Inspector 24.00 Bessie Bollnger, Judge 12.50 Sharon Smay. Same 12.50 Frances Stout, Clerk 12.50 Jauis Dever. Room Rt 17.50 Nancy Fisher, Elec Sher .. 9.00 Gene Henkey. Same 9.00 Janis Dever, Room IlL . 17.50 Church of Brethern, Meals, Snack 26.25 Respectfully submitted ORVILLE T. CLICK Auditor, Tipton County DROUGHT IS SERIOUS By United Press Internationa! I Indiana's; drought. situation grew more serious I by the hour today as weather forecasts again showed no signs of rain for relief. J Dry weather was indicated at ON THE FARM FRONT By GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — The [National Farmers .Union plans to urge Democratic congres- least through Thursday, com-| s ional leaders to give the na- pleting a four-month period dur- tion's- traditional breadbasket ing which showers jwere hard to -area, greater representation on come by and prospects of the House Agriculture Commit- bumper crops deteriorated with tee, a resulting loss of dozens of millions of dollars for Hoosier farmers. In the reshuffle of assignments for the new 89th Congress, the NFTJ will demand Brush and forest fires were'that more Midwest and Rocky reported on a sporadic basis Mountain congressmen be given over the southern portion of the posts on the - committee, state, and U.S. Forest Service! The big farm organization, officials said the fire threat was 'originally oriented toward the the worst in 12 years. , ' Democratic party, would like to A year ago some rather sub- \ see greater representation from stantial showers in early No- Iowa, North Dakota, Nebraska, vember ended a J drought that Wisconsin, Indiana, Colorado, dated back to August. The rain and Washington state. The shortage last year came a little Democrats made gains in these too. late to cause great harm to states in last week's election, corn and soybean crops.- But The gain in Iowa was particu- this year it started at a critical larly impressive, time for those crops and the re- 1 The present makeup of, the suit was a sharp decrease in Agriculture Committee is 21 the yield prospects. iDemocrats and 14 Republicans. Statistics compiled at Lafay-|The over-all Democratic gain in ette by state climatologist L. A. House seats may upset . this Schaal showed that the east ratio, expanding x Democratic central area- of the state is 6.9 membership to 24 and limiting inches of rain short of the nor- Republican seats to 11. mal amount for' the last 131 Of the 21 Democrats on the weeks. Other central areas are committee during the 88th Con- short 6 or more inches. gress, three will be gone—one Rainfall by areas since Aug! °y retirement and two by de- 10 includes east central . 2 flinches, central 2.9, west central I Of the 18 Democratic sur- 3, south central J3.3, southeast vivors, 11 are from the South 3.5, southwest 3.7, northeast 5, and Southwest. These 11 include and northwest *°P 6 fr° m a seniority stand- Ipoint NFU spokesmen feel it's from normal 'proper for producers of cotton, [for the same tobacco, rice, and peanuts to central 6.9 have representation on the north central 5.6 7.1. The departure for those areas period was east — IT ... _ . . . inches west central 6.7, central House committee. But they be- 6, south central |5.9, southwest ^ eve it s-necessary that pro- 5.5, southeast 5.2J northeast 4.3, du «rs of corn wheat cattle, north central 3.5 and northwest landho |f also , be included. 25 The NFU plans to push for ' Schaal reported that only two' six « ew Democratic committee other years since 1887 were members from the Midwest drier for the August-through- October period. These were 1897 and 1908. j Temperatures, meanwhile, remained mild with no indication of an early change to colder. Highs Monday ranged from 68 ... , .... , , at most points around the state a Tblest °* P° llt Jf al fa ™ T boss «to 71 at Louisville. Overnight ^"fV G - Pa " on ' NFU presi- lows this morning ranged fronr dent - has said that he would 36 at Fort Wayne to 48 at f upport ^eem™ unhesitating- and Rocky Mountain states. NFU spokesmen say the organization is happy with the work of (Agriculture Secretary Orville L. Freeman, feel that he' has done a good job, and South Bend. Highs today will range from 57 to 72, lows tonight in the 40s, and highs Wednesday from jthe 60s to 72. ly. ORDINANCE: NO. sse A.X ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE INSTALLATION OP ADDITIONAL STOP SIGNS IN THE CITY OF TIPTON, INDIANA. AND PRESCRIBING PENALTD3S FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY BE IT ORDAINED by the Common Council of 1 the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, that: Slop signs shall be erected at the locations as set out hereafter, and it shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to operate a vehicle on the streets of Tipton, Indiana, and fail to come to a complete stop at such stop sifms when traveling in the direction as set out herein: a. Hill and Ash Streets. Eastbound traffic required to stop. b. Hill and Poplar Streets. North and South traffic required to stop. c. Hill and Maple StreetsrNorth and South traffic required to stop. d. Hill and Oak Streets. North and South traffic required to stop. e. Hill and Mill Streets. East and West traffic required to stop. f. Green and North Streets. North, South, East, West traffic required to stop. . * p. Main and Dearborn Streets, west, North, 'and South traffic required to stop, v 2. Any person, firm, or corporation violating the provisions of/this ordinance shall be subjecr'to a fine of not less than $1.00 nor more than $25.00. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and' after Its passage and publication as required by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Common Council of the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, this 9th day of November, 1964. RAY RENCH, Mayor ATTEST: CAROL LORD, Clerk-Treasurer C-33-39 , ^—Tbe pfeHgifig outlook also patties and glazed apple utiuji 'meswta i* attractive heat-and- an.ofwhich"wouldTieat to^iarV- jmtm tmtittn-• tM more ing temperature in 25-J IffTTO^gfe-rovenr'" gsj^gned ,for. storage GLASTONBURY, England (UPI)—Montagu 'Porch, stepfather of Sir Winston Churchill, died Monday at his home here. At 87, he was nearly three years younger than his stepson, the former prime minister. Sir Winston will be' 90 Nov. 30. Porch, a former soldier, ar- chaelogist and colonial officer, married Sir Winston's widowed mother, Lady Randolph Churchill, in 1918. She was 20 years older^ than he, and died three years' after their marriage. His later and second wife died shortly before World War II. Escaped Burglar Held In Holdup EVANSVILLE, jlnd. (UPI) — Police investigating a $20 holdup of cab driyer James M. Ward today arrested an escaped prisoner from the Indiana State Farm and his brother.' Franklin Perryj Wolfe, 19, Evansville, escaped jthe penal farm Oct. 17 while serving a one- year term on a burglary conviction. | Wolfe and his brother, Donald •Patrick, 18, were identified by Ward as the men who held him up after hiring! him to haul them to their home near Evansville. A policeman on duty at headquarters jwhen Ward reported the crime recalled that Franklin Wolfe lived on a rural route corresponding to the one Ward was taking his passengers at the time of the holdup. Officials checked the Wolfe home and said 'Franklin admit- DANBURY, Conn. (UPI) — Thomas M. Cleland, 84, artist, illustrator and - book designer, died Monday at his liome here. Co-op Battery SALE Thru month of Nov. FREE Battery carrier with purchase of car, truck or tractor battery dur- I ing this sale at your FARM BUREAU CO-OP Special RANCHETTE Sped On Road 31 2Vl Near fist Union ACHES Has almost MW 24 MdrMm-iiome. H. W. ftofrt attached garage, good welV lapdscaped, 28 x 40 out building*. TEN DAY POSSESSION TERMS CAN BE BAD HURRY TO HOPE HOPE REALTY ' ABCAPIA . •Mi. or carpet, barn, ether ted robbing two Evansville area homes and stealing a car in addition to the burglary for which he was sentenced earlier this year. Beef Brings Cheer To Your Kitchen 1 "November's sky is chill and drear," said a poet, but a wise. homemaker can brighten the family hearth and hearts with happy meals. (Pot -roast,. hamburger, meat__ loaf and meat pies are some of many ways that beef can bring cheer to your kitchen. This year's record beef production continues, and it is expected that this month's liberal supplies will be well above a year ago. Pork production for the month of November will be lower, possibly five per cent less than last year. Pork, however, will still be in good supply, and you may seek pork specials from time to time at your local store. Spareribs and kraut will be featured in some store promo-- tions. Spareribs are also good made with savory dressing! If you are a veal fancier, November may be one of the best months of the year for. you. Veal production has recently increased considerably,' and this month's supplies may be moderately higher than a year ago. Veal roast is another meat that takes well to stuffing. Buy a' boned s h o u 1 d er roast of veal and stuff it loosely with oyster dressing or sausage and apple dressing a delicious combination. Lamb production is expected to be slightly less than a year ago. Obituaries By United Press International (PARIS (UPI)—Prince Pierre de Polignac, father of Prince Rainier of Monaco, died today in the American hospital. He was 69. Rainier was at his father's bedside. Rainier's wife, the former movie actress Grace Kelly, was in Monaco. She is expecting a child in February. PARIS (UPI) —Pioneer military aviator Gen. Paul Gerard, 87, who helped establish the French air force, died here Monday. FOR SALE or TRADE New Split Level at 320 Armstrong. Quality built. Open House this Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Here's news for cattle feeders! Purina's new "Biult-to-Fit" Special Streer Fatenas Here is just one of nearly 300 test pens of rattle usod to develop the new Special Steer Fatenas at Purina's Research Farm. Four yours of testing involved more than 2500 test cattle. Bach of those new cattle supplements is formulated for a specific kind of grain and roughage.. Even the size of your cattle Is • considered in selecting the right one for you to feed! Results? These new Special Steer Fatenas have set all-time Purina performance records in 4 years of tests. For example, the new Steer Fatena "Built- to-Fit" corn or milo rations, fed with poor quality roughages, produced 6.4% faster gains on 10.7% less, feed! The new Steer Fatena "Built-to-Fit" barley rations produced equally high results at a lower feed cost than ever before! Whether you bunk-feed or self-feed your cattle, there's a new Special Steer Fatena "Built-taFH" your own feeding conditions. Come in and find out which is formulated to step up your feeding efficiency! 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