The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana on October 17, 1963 · Page 7
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The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana · Page 7

Kokomo, Indiana
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Thursday, October 17, 1963
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State Taxes Distributed Wednesday INDIANAPOLIS (AP)--Courv ties, municipalities and the State Highway Commission arc getting.nearly $30 million in the current quarterly distribution of receipts from the motor fuel tax and vehicle license fees. The state auditor's office reported Wednesday that the distribution totals $29,765,052.69. The figure'compares with $28,990,704.38 passed out for the comparable quarter last year. Under the 53-32-15 formula established by law, the State Highway Commission receives $15,775,477.93. counties $9,524, 816.66 and cities and .towns $4,464.757.90. The money may be used only for streets and highways. A quarterly distribution of $1,901,971.73 in -receipts from the alcoholic ; beverage gallonage tax also was announced. The state general fund receives $950,985.87 and a like amount is distributed amos cities and towns. Each received $978,105.93 for the same quarter last year. Record Pioneer Dies NEW YORK (AP)-Frank B. Walker, 74, a pioneer in the recording industry-who had held executive, jobs with Columbia, KCA and MGM records, died Tuesday. Rector Dies WASHINGTON' (AP) - The Rev. Dr. Charles D. Kean, 53, rector of Epiphany Episcopal Church since 1954, died Wednesday. CELEBRANTS - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley Kelly wil observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house at the Cutler Presbyterian Church from 2 to 5 p.m. They were wed in Frankfort, Oct. 25, 1913, and are the parents of five sons, three daughters, 33 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren,, all living. Mr. Kelly is engaged in farming near Cutler. __ Bulldozer Pins Driver For 3 Hours in Kansas KANSAS CITY (AP)-"Dear mom, dad and Darlene, I love you," the young man wrote on the back of an old bill of sale he had fished from his pocket. He laid the nute beside him .,] the bottom of the ravine where his legs and lower body FLOOR COVERING LARGEST SELECTION LOW PRICED Vinyl-Foroeait-Acrilan-Anmlrong-i Gold Seal 60 Rolli-9 .to 12-Ft. ARMSTRONG'S HEAVY , QQc 9 and 12 ft. Widlhi, VINYL 9 ond 12 Ft. WIdthi. Several Room Sized _i DDIPp R E M N A N T S . . . rillUfa Rug Border -- Rubber-Like Chrome Trim -- Paste KOKOHO WRECKAGE CO. Dial GL 9-5391 South. Side Square had been pinned to loose earth and brush by a 15-ton bulldozer when he dismounted momentarily while clearing brush. Roger Jones, 24, had given up hope Wednesday that anyone would find him. He had lain alone in the remote area east of the city for three hours or more. The note was intended for his father, Harvey Jones, an engineer; his mother; and his fiancee, Darlene Smith, 20, of nearby Independence, Mo. Then Harold Pollock and Bill Gree happened to pass by on a little used. road. Jones saw them and screamed for help. "Please drive this thing off me," he begged. They went for help. It took five wreckers to lift the bulldozer. Jones later 'underwent sur-. gery. His condition, the hospital reported, was serious. Rummage Sale, Sat,, 8 a.m. First Presbyterian Church, BIG RUMMAGFSALE, fhur. [4:30-9 pm. Fri. Sat. Baby bed, childs, table chairs, 1000 W. Witherspoon Dr. CRESCENT DAIRY Fudge Ribbonette Oct. 1 - 3 1 ICE CREAM H»ri'i a lavingi Iriot fw you from Cructnt Dairy -- Fudg. k. Crtom in lh half gallon i» for only 69c -- thal'l 20c off lh« ngular half gallon price. Be lurt to buy (hit trial today and lave!- Half Gallon 69 Reg. 89e A Delicious Fall Treat Apple Cider Drink ' Half Gallons Fait weather ii here, Time For Creicent Dairy Apple Cider! Y«i, Now you can enjoy (he ipicy goodnew of Creicent Dairy'i Apple Cider, it'i perfect for Iheie crijp fall-day.. Your whole family will love it and it's good for them tool ' Buy teveral half galloni today end itock up on thii dolicioui taile treatl South Store 1500 South Main SPECIAL! CRESCENT DAIRY Date Nut Ice Cream D«licl°ui!y diff««nt. -- Ihat'i Cresnnr Dairy Dol » Nul '« Cream in th« half gallon ii». Why nor, Iroot th. family to lhi» fin 'd«M«rl today? 89c Half Gallon At your Neighborhood Crescent Dairy Store North Store 2500 Apperson Way N. Main Plant and Dairy 317 West Jefferson Randy Wilson Convicted On Murder Charge HUNTINGTON', Inch (AP)Randy K. Wilson, 27,'Huntington, was to be taken to the Indiana Stale. Prison today to start serving a life sentence for second degree murder in the shooting of a Warren widow, Wilson was sentenced by Judge Ray Ade in Huntington Circuit Court Wednesday. The sentence was mandatory under the verdict returned by a jury Monday night. The charge was based on the killing of Mrs. Lilly M. Good, 91, in her home, at Warren June 18., Wilson is charged also with kidnaping the Warren town marshal and , a bystander and forcing them to accompany him to Huntington after the shooting. Prosecutor James W. Bowers said disposition of the remaining charges has not been discussed. Historian Dies WASHINGTON (AP) -- Dr. William Jerome Wilson, 79, historian, teacher, author and former librarian, died Tuesday of a cerebral hemorrhage. CHURCH MEETING SET INDIANAPOLIS (AP) --.The 22nd national fall convention of the American Council of Christian Churches will be held in Indianapolis Oct. 29-Nov. 1. More than 600 delegates from Protestant churches throughout the United States are expected to attend. Rummage Sale, all day Fri. Sat. 1211 S, Locke. INDIANAPOiJS (AP)--An in-; crease in rates for the purposes of plant improvement and conversion to dial service is asked by Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. of Millersburg. The firm told the Public Service Commission in its petition filed Wednesday that it has about 700 customers in Elkhart, LaGrange and Noble counties. It said it expects to complete the dial conversion in about two years. Under the proposal, rates would rise from S3.50 to S5 a month for one-party residentia 1 service in urban areas and from S3 to S4 for four-party service. Multi-party service would go up from $3 to S3.50 and private WED 60 YEARS -- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Oakford, will observe their 60rh wedding anniversary-Sunday with an open house at the home of a granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thieke of Galveston. They will greet friends and relatives from 2 to 5 p.m. They have five children, Merrill of Galveston, LeRoy of Sharpsville, Montell of 1131 S. Clark St., Mrs. Arthur (Wilfa) Moorman of Greentown R.R. 1, and Armel who is deceased; 17 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Professor Dies NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -Ada Watterson Yerkes, 89, widow of Prof. Robert M. Yerkes of Yale University, died Wednesday. . PRACTICAL NURSES MEET INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The National'Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses will hold its 14th annual convention in Indi anapolis Oct. 28-Nov. 1, with more than 700 delegates expected. Mrs. Lucille Bryan of La Porte, president of the Indiana association, will be hostess. TRY A TRIBUNE WANT AD Thursday, Oct. 17, 1963 KOKOMO (!ndQ TRIBUNE 7 Phone Company Seeks Rate Change business lines from $4 to $6. Rural rates would rise to $5 for one-party service and $4.50 for party lines. All classes now pay ?3 plus a mileage charge. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WAGNER AUTO PARTS Engraving Quick Service "C" Jackson 841 S, Main St, RUMMAGE SALE -- Winter slothes for all. Many other items. 521 Meadow Dr.Rain- bow Village, Fri. Sat. 8-5 »* Another Z UNION BANK Service... ·*. | "HANDI" -*- t Checking Accounts I 20 Checks-only $1.80 4- t · ANY AMOUNT OPENS AN ACCOUNT £ · NO V MINIMUM BALANCE + · NO SERVICE CHARGE "The Bank That Confidence Built" Jf Jr x . embar F.D.I.C WOOLWORTirS Lets have a horror-full, wonderful t t r The spooks are coming/the witches too. All the demons and devils that you ever knew. M/e have the fixin's ; ...the-rest's up to you. Hallowe'en Parfg Favors Serving witch's brew? Devil's delighl coke? Skeleton's Souffle? Here are your table decorationsl Jack-0-Lantern ·*. CalCenterpiece ....... 19 Party Ensemble for Six P ^. 88 Cone Shaped Hats * 15 55-inch Skeleton, Cat and PumpkinJace Package of 4 Horns... ....... 29 29* ; Pumpkin Head Candle °. i5« Jack-0-Lantern Candle..... * 15« Hot Cups* *** 29* 8" Candles flick«dorin*..'......lO Novelty Napkins--X........^. 29 12"CandlesBiack a ndOf W .... a .i5 Novelty Table cover S.....0.39* Nut Cups .3* 29« 6#" and 8^" PlatesK.. P *s.29« fiweefs for Trick or Treats 'How 1 to win and influence ready with on ample supply of tandy. Pick-A-Mix Candies 44 Three Color Candy Corn,.;.».39« yfafifa Mellow Cremes »,4f · Peanut Butter Kisses .. v .«,33 Bagof 70Treats :..-....58« 101 Caramel Rolls P 8 .66 34 assorted Pops .,..» Baby Ruth Jrs. ;77« Butterfinger Jrs. Jfe,77« Mix Op, Treat Assort,..!^ 58«. Peanut Butter Kisses...»« Oil Henry Miniatures...!^ 59« ,Nestle T s or Hefshey's Chocolate Bars.. I0 f "39« YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT FOOLWORTH Downtown 201 W. Sycamor. Open M-T-W-TH 9:30 to 5:30 - FRI. 9:30 ,o 8:30 - SAT. 9 to 5:30. Maple Cre,, Open Mon. to fat.' 10 to 9

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