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Tipton Tribune (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Tipton, Indiana
Rage 2 the Tipton Indiana daily Tribune Satu a cloy. Ski Tom j kit in i prices effective while quantities last during sept. 20 to monday sept. 21, 1970 not responsible for typographical errors or misprinted illustrations. V of aft Arrow now poppy Harvest Avocado Walnut a a Joreg $5�99 m & h station Wagon pad Reg. $9.99 now 766 m and h cot pad Snow 466 Vigoro Bone meal for producing Hearty bulbs and shrubs Reg. $1.69 Mandy sleeping \ bag Reg. $11.99 now 199 bag Fine fall see our Fine selection of sleeping bags i at Low discount prices. Famous Langeveld Holland fall. Men s stay press work pants full Cut sizes 20 to 42 4 colors Reg. $4.99 0 88 now now 39 planting bulbs 10 la. Bag a 79c no. 32 mini i bulbs 37c j Cannon Bath towels Baraque Jacquard. Slight Irr. Reg. $1.47 j print fabrics 45" bolts now 11 50 Reg. 590 now cd. Easy mix Concrete Reg.$1.45 4 colors girl Pantie tights sizes 4-6-12-14 11v a 80 lbs. Now 19 Kokomo Only or save to Stor Reg. $1.29 storage Chest Reg. $1.69 now 29 in Hollywood Ity Scott i i Hollywood correspondent i i the ads Road actors wanted. We can Plant-., you in a feature Univie television show or notice to bidders notice to hereby Given that at7 30p.m,on october 12, 1970. Is the cite court room in lot City of Tipton Indiana the common Ucuncu jul accept sealed bids for the furnishing of the following equipment to be used by the Street department garbage truck body compactor Type it cd. Yard Packer Type garbage truck body fully installed on truck Chassis of proper specifications supplied by City. All bids must be accompanied by. Set of manufacturers specifications and shall Snow delivery Date. Bidder must accept in Trade old garbage track Chassis and body which May be inspected at City garage All bids must be by a non collusion affidavit and bid Bond or certified Check of 5% of the amount bid. The City of Tipton reserves the right to accept or reject any or All bids and valve any irregularities in the bidding. Carol g. Lord clerk treasurer City of Tipton. Indiana l-896 c-301-307 notice of hearing on the re routing of the Gard Tolle Kelly Drain to whom b Hay concern on september 17. 1970 the Tipton county drainage Board held a bearing to continue discussion on the rerouting of the Gard Tolle Kelly Drain. Evidence was heard and an order issued by the Tipton county drainage Board declaring the re routing project shall be abandoned until a later Date. The findings and order of the Board have been filed and Are available or inspection in the office of the county Engineer. Tipton county drainage Board Donald f. Lord Secretary september 17,1970 l-897 c-301 notice of hearing on the maintenance funds for the Connie l. Etchinson the Drain to whom it May concern on september 17, 1970 the Tipton county drainage Board held a bearing on the maintenance report and schedule of assessments on the Connie l. Etchinson tile Drain. Evidence was Beard and an order issued by the Tipton county drainage Board declaring the proposed maintenance fund be established. The findings and order of the Board have been filed and Are available Lor inspection in the office of the county Engineer. Tipton county drainage Board Donald f. Lord Secretary a september 17,1970 l-b98 c-301 notice of hearing on the maintenance funds for the France Wheatley. Tile Drain. To whom it May concern on september 17, 1970 the Tipton county drainage Board held a bearing on the maintenance report and schedule of assessments on the Francis Wheatley tile Drain. Evidence was Beard and an order issued by the Tipton county drainage Board declaring the proposed maintenance fund be established. The findings and order of the Board have been filed and Are available for inspection in the office of the county Engineer. To Stoa county drainage Board Donald of lord Secretary a september 17,1970 l-899 c-301 notice of hearing on the maintenance funds for the John f. Morris tue Drain to whom it Hay concern on september 17, 1970 the Tipton county drainage Board held a hearing on the maintenance report and sched Jile of assessments on the John f. Morris til Drain. Evidence was Beard and an order Lisa de by the Tipton county drainage Board declaring the proposed maintenance fund be established. The findings and order of the Board have been filed and Are available for inspection in the office of the county Engineer. Tipton county drainage Board Donald of lord. Secretary september 17,1970 l-900 c-301 notice of sheriff s Sale of personal property by virtue of an execution to me directed from. The clerk of the i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder an thursday toe 1st Day of october 1970, beginning at 12 00 o clock noon of said Date at the farm of William Rode located at 850 South and 450 West being one mile North and one and one half Miles East of East Union in to Stoa county Indiana the following described personal pro party to wit 1 each Olds 1984 serial �8s4h0oss3o 1 each Nash station Wagon serial�s7s rut face no. 44881. 1 each Road master Bulck serial 7c108240s 1 each 1 ton Ford truck serial ha18s 1550 1 each John Deere tractor Model 80 serial 6018113 1 each International tractor Model b serial 1 each Bolinger elevator 3 each John Deere Combine 8 it. Mod. 30-12a-23a 1 each 4 Row John Deere Corn planter 2 each 4 wheel wagons with Beds 1 each narrow Guage front and tractor Piggy Back 1 each Garden tractor 1 each Lawn Mower 1 each Hay loader 1 each nay Tedder 1 each Hay Bailer 1 each Cement mixer 1 each rotary Hoe 1 each discs it. And i it. 1 each i Bottom 12" Peter Nasonal plow 1 each 3 Bottom mounted John Deere plow 1 each set of h cultivator 1 each porch swing 2 Wagon loads of assorted baskets buckets and Odds and ends found no any farm. 1 each fuel of stove tires wheels wrenches and Etc t each 7 it. Kit Mower Side bar take property of Valine Tudor and Edward w. Tuner at the suit of Al Rug Tudor it Al a said Sale will be made without any Relief from valuation or appraisement lava. Verl Grume sheriff of Tipton county Horace c. Holmes attorney Tor plaintiff 120 North main Street Tipton Indiana 48072 tale 317-873-487? l-89s c-301-307 commercial they can he read in Outher ii California newspaper in the Trade press or seen on television. It s a Racket Charlton Heston president of the screen actors Guild Las taken action to have the Angeles District attorney s office investigate and prosecute the guilty. Our membership i s n t directly involved Heston explained because professional actors know better. Hut naive Young people and the mothers of children Are the ones who fall prey to these hucksters. One Mother of two children spent $800, which she could ill afford registering the youngsters with one of these phony an epidemic of outfits there is an epidemic of Fly by night outfits which identify themselves As casting services production companies and employment agencies. Non professionals Are assured there is a future awaiting them perhaps stardom for a fee. An angry Heston said the fees Range from $40 to $100, for which the Agency undertakes to carry your name on their books and see it is circulated to casting offices and producers. Some actually do this but rarely does the newcomer find work. If they do work it is in Hudie films or non Union we sent one of our members to one of these agencies pretending he a an out of town neophyte. He was Given a Long pitch Heston said assuring him the organization would act As his Agency and manager. Guild franchises agencies that in itself is illegal. Legitimate agencies Are franch ised by the yet state Laws at present permit some of these people to operate. We Are trying to change the Laws and have the District attorney investigating a number of them. He s convinced that indictments will follow most of these operators sail pretty close to the wind and some of them have crossed Heston advises would be actors in California and other parts of the country to Check with the screen actors Guild before paying a fee to an outfit to represent them. The big catch is that these operators Don t take a percent Tage of the client s salary if he does find work the actor explained. Therefore the newcomer is no Good to them after the fee is paid. Legitimate agents work on a percentage basis not for a almanac by United press International today is saturday september 19th, the 262nd Day of 1970 with 103 to follow. The Moon is Between its fall phase and last Quarter. The morning stars Are Mercury Mars and Saturn. The evening stars Are Venus and Jupiter. Those born on this Date Are under the sign of Virgo. British Illustrator Arthur Rackham was born sept. 19, 1867. On this Day in history in 1777,,can soldiers won the first Battle of Saratoga in the revolutionary War. In 1863.Union and Confederate soldiers met in the Battle of Chickamauga. The rebels won. In 1881.president James Garfield died in Elberon n.j., of gunshot wounds inflicted by a disgruntled office seeker. In 1960.soviet Premier Khrushchev received a cold reception when he arrived in America to attend the United National general Assembly. A thought for the Day the inscription on Hopkins memorial Steps of Williams College reads climb High climb far your goal the sky your aim the phenom penh a senior cambodian Field officer commenting of the continuing Battle with the Viet Cong in his country the Viet Cong Are very very intelligent they Are trying to Wear us Down bit by bit.". Pares a South vietnamese negotiator at the Paris peace talks saying the Viet Cong s latest cease fire proposal was merely a propaganda exercise " they have got to try to appear 70 70 70
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