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December 11, 1970

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Tipton Daily Tribune .45? per week By carrier in city BY MAIL: Tipton and adjacent Counties: 1 yfiar ...... 6 months... ........ - 3 months Subscription PAID IN ADVANCE - No mail subscription accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. $11.00 6.50 3.50 Member: UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Entered as Second Class Matter October 4, 1895 at the Post Office in Tipton, Indiana, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID IN TIPTON, IND. PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. 221-223 E. Jefferson Street Tipton, Indiana 46072 Phone 675-2115 l^ound Do fun and Dke C^locli Willi ike'DriL tune THE DOLLAR 8y. RD. Money. WE HEAR SO MUCH TALK about the DOLLAR these days, and the fact that it is worth LESS as time goes on, yet the MAGIC of that dollar seemed to 'ring a bell' when a judge advised the President of the Railway Clerks association that a $200,000 a day fine would be assessed against the union IF the strike called was not ended. AS OTHERS HAD DONE, Mr. Dennis chose an opportune time to lead the way on a strike, just before CHRISTMAS.. .and at a<time when it was most imperative that railways should be running... and mail moving at the best speed possible. MR. DENNIS HAD, according to sources, dropped from sight after declaring the strike, but reappeared and ordered the men back to work. One wonders where he might have disappeared to, and that leads to a fact that must be remembered by ALL of the people of- this country. WE wonder what might have happened to a man in his position in a COMMUNIST land, had he had the audacity to pull the strike after the government and the court had decided and declared they should work? We all surely must know the„ answer to that one; he might not have been able to reappear. WE DON'T BELIEVE the average person is laying the blame at either the doorstep of the union or management in this case. After testimony on both sides. . .it is still fuzzy to the citizen looking on. Management surely must assume some of the blame, especially that of not TALKING IN A SPECIFIED TIME with the union heads, and union beads must assume some Xav allowing themselves to be 'used* at this time. IT IS A SHAME that disputes must go to the U.S. Congress for settlement, they would seem to have enough on their hands to just get the work done they are supposed to be doing, for the people I It is also a little strange that this body 'could determine what a man is to be paid by a company.. .for his labor. When the time . comes that this august body is to decide what is to be paid to non government workers, it sounds a little like a different type of government we are all anxious TO AVOID HAVING. . .and are fighting at this time. WE HAVE COMPASSION for the worker...none for either labor or management, in this and similar cases.: THE PAY HIKE Congress ordered for itself would indicate that they are quite willing to spend OTHER people's moneyl TIMES DO CHANGE TIMES CHANGE.. .situations develop.. .and the people wonder about politics. Back in September, Senator Bayh told a Democratic Editorial Association, that SENATOR HARTKE had been in the front line, fighting against government policies. . .and thus had helped create the crisis we are still in.. .and were at that time. INFLATION, as we all know is bound to continue until there is a letup in GOVERNMENT SPENDING. . .especially in the wrong places. BAYH ACCUSED HARTKE of adding to the fuel of inflation... by voting for every bill that seemed to be aimed at 'driving it up*. Then too Bayh said Hartke had pushed for decreased taxes when higher taxes in some cases were indicated. IN FACT, it seems that at that time, Bayh thought Hartke was a man who added to the FIRE, instead of trying to put it out! BUT. . .like all true politicians, Bayh was all for Hartke when election time came around. Sad but true! i THE PEOPLE? Oh, they come second, PARTY FIRST, at all costs! " STRAIGHT TALK FOR THE FIRST TIME in weeks, the President has seemingly talked 'straight from the shoulder', realizing that the general public must know just what will and must be done if Hanoi continues to send supplies up the HO CHI MINH TRAIL.. .while we are keeping our end of the bargain by withdrawing troops. He did not slur his remarks, advising that if the buildup continued he would order bombings of the route. . .and if planes in reconnaissance were fired upon, he would not only order a return fire, but that missle sites be destroyed. THAT'S PRETTY PLAIN; now if he had added that HAIPHONGH would also be destroyed, to keep the other portion (major portion) of the supply lines from functioning, it might have had a better impact on the reds. As it is, we shall have to wait and see, and perhaps listen to Mr. Fulbright some more, that FOUNTAIN of all knowledge! - TODAY'S TIDBIT EVEN WHEN A MARRIAGE is made in HEAVEN, the maintenance work has to be done here on EARTH! 8 cs * BURDEN? £ EdUtlocto "Tfcr. MONEY man" S your gift list throws your whole budget off and you find yourself worrying about bills, and HOLIDAY CASH, then it's time to think of us here at... CHRISTMAS MONEY HEADQUARTERS x,„Ji &• Ku„ LOANS 112 N. Main Street Phone 675-4433 "OUR 65th YEAR OFSERV1NGTHE AREA" a * ft ft ! ft ft LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO HEIRS, LEGATEES AND CREDITORS ESTATE OF Clarence .Eugene Powall," Deceased No. 3220 In Tipton Circuit Court, January Term, 1970 . Notice Is hereby given that Delorls Powell as executrix of said estate, has filed her account and vouchers tnflnalsettlemeotofsald estate, and her petition praying the Court to allow said account and order distribution of said estate, and that the same will come up for hearing and action In said Court on the 29th day of December 9:00 a.m„ 1970 in the courthouse in Tipton, Indiana, at which time all belrs, legatees and creditors of said estate are • required to appear and show cause, If any there be, why said accountandvouchersshouldnotbe allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed for in said petition; andall the heirs, . devisees and legatees of saiddecedentandsald estate, and all others interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate. . Ross M. Hufford Clerk Circuit Court Tipton, Indiana Joe F. Watson, Attorney L-78 " - P-53-59 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that the Tipton County Commissioners will on January 4, 1971 at 9:30 a.tn. in the Commissioners Room at the Tipton County Courthouse reoelve sealed bids on proposals to operate' the Tipton County Sanitary Landfill for a one (I) year period. The plans and specifications covering the work to be performed on said landfill are available for inspection In the office of the County Engineer of Tipton County on December 10, 1970. Bidders or contractors are required to submit their bids on forms as specified by the State Board of Accounts including a financial and equipment statements All bids must be accompanied by a noo-collusion affidavit and certified check or bid In an amount equal to 5$ of the amount bid. . The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. December 10,1970 TIPTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS L-a: . C-59-65 NOTICE TO BIDDERS . BY TIPTON COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD To Furnishers of Fill Dirt: Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Tipton County Drainage Board In the officeofthe County Auditor of said County until 9:00 a.m.(E^.T0onthel7thday of December. 1970 forthefurnishingof the following: FILL DIRT, to be delivered and unloaded at various sites in Tipton County, Indiana, per yard or per ton. Each bid must be on a form as prescribed . by the Indiana State Board of Accounts, with statutory non-collusion affidavit (form and affidavit available in the office of the Auditor of Tipton County) and accompanied by a certified check or bid bond In the amount of $25.00. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive any Irregularities In the bidding. The bids will be opened and examined at the 'regular meeting of Tipton County Drainage Board on December 17, 1970 at 10:00 a.m. (E.S.T.) Donald F. Lord, Secretary Tipton County Drainage Board December 4; 1970 L-77 . . C-S3-59 NOTICE OF BIDDERS BY " TIPTON COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD To Dealers in Cement Tile: Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Tipton County Drainage Board In the office of the County Auditor of said county unUl 9:00 a.m. (E.S.T.) on the 17th day ' of December, 1970 for the furnishing of the following sizes of cement Hie for use during 1971: 8", 10", 12". 14", 16", 18", 20", 22" and 24" Each bid must be on a form as prescribed by the Indiana State Board of Accounts, with a statutory non-collusion affidavit (form and affidavit available in the office of the Auditor of Tipton County) and accompanied by a certified check or bid bond In the amount of (25.00. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive any irregularities in' the bidding. The bids will be opened and examined at the regular meeting of the Tipton County Drainage Baord on December 17, 1970 at 10:00 a.m. CE.S.TJ Donald F. Lord, Secretary Tipton County Drainage Board December 4, 1970 L-76 C -53-59 NOTICE TO BIDDERS BY TIPTON COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD . To Ditch Repair Operators: . Notice is hereby given that staled bids will be received by the Tipton Comfy Drainage Board in the office of the Tipton County Auditor until 9:00 ajn. (E^.TJ on the 17th day of December, 1970 for the furnishing of the following: Y To supply hourly rates to operate abackhoe. Operator and helper to repair tile drains as Indicated by the County Engineer from time to time during 1971. Each bid must on a form prescribed by the Indiana State Board of Account, with statutory non-collusion affidavit (form and affidavit available In the office of the Auditor of Tipton County) and accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of $25.00. The successful bidder must supply a certified check or performance bond to the amount of 12,000.00. The Board resents the right to reject any or til bids, and to waive any Irregularities In the bidding. The bids will be opened and exam load at regular meeting of the Tipton Coonty Drainage Board on December 17,1970 at 10:00 ajn.(EATJ Donald F. Lord, Secretary Tipton County Drainage Board December 4,1970 L-75 •'• C-53-59 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that the Board d School Trustees of TIPTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION, Tipton, Indiana, will receive bide until the hour of 1:30 p,m. December 16, 1970, for the purchase of one (1) to twenty-five (25) cafeteria tablet tor the Senior High School, Tipton, Indiana. BLdi are to be submitted onprescrtbedforms and shall be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check In the amountof 5%ottht total bid. Each successful bidder tball be required to provide 1100% performance bond to guarantee deUvery within the specified date. Definite specifications tad forme art on file and may be obtained at the office of the Board of School Trusties, 126 E. Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana. The right Is reserved to reject any and til bldi and to waive any Informality In the bidding. Board of School Trustees GtnJBortTsberger, President Ray j^twls. Secretary TIPTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION L-79 C-53-59 TELEVISION SCHEDULE 6:00 O <B> Dick Von Dyke Q Early Report O 8ig News © Eyewitness Newt ED (B) What's New 6:30 Q Daniel Boone Soone saves a man and his family whose lives are endcngered Indians they hcve cheated. G> Early Report (Cont'd! O Big Newt (Cont'd) (D ABC Newt 2D Miste'rogers 7:00 O Daniel Boone (Cont'd) O NBC News O CBS Newt by QQ Beat the Clock ED The French Chef Repeat of Wednesday's show. 7:30 O Petticoat Junction Sam's vacation at the Shady Rest turns out to-be a big disappointment for Uncle Joe. O High Chaparral After befriending a' mar\^ who - FRIDAY, cfoims to have been held prisoner by the Apaches for 15 years, the Cannons begin to.' regret their helpfulness. 7 , r O Intern* \ Dr. Pettit gets into ttie middle of a prison riot while he is doing research at the state penitentiary. O Brady Bunch Bobby develops a fear of heights when he falls while climbing up to a tree house. G3 (B) Conversations Repeat of Monday's program. 8:00 O Truth or Consequences O Chaperrol (Cont'd) O !"•*"<* (Cont'd) DECEMBER 11, 1970 tB Pacers Basketball Pacers ot North Carolina. GD (B) Making Things Grew 8:30 O What's My Line Q Noma ot the) Game An ombirtous politician sets out to discredit Glenn Howard. O Headmaster A class discussion of "Romeo and Juliett" leads an irate mother ta accuse the headmaster's wife of corrupting her daughter. O Basketball (Cont'd) GD •>•" Alley (Continued on page seven.i USE THE METHOD YOU PREFER TO APPLY When you buy fertilizer, ask yourself this question: "Will it do the job?" Some fertilizers will. Some won't. And some can't. Ammo-Phos Fertilizers, made only by Olin, will. That's why we call them the "Business Farmer's Best Investment." Because you get a return of two . three.. .sometimes four times your investment in Ammo-Phos. Why? The plant foods in Ammo-Phos dissolve quickly in soil moisture.They go right to work. The phosphorus in Ammo-Phos is at least six times more soluble than ordinary superphosphate .... hundreds [of times more soluble than many mixed fertilizers. Another reason is the plant foods in Ammo-Phos are chemically combined. Each pellet contains the exact ratio of plant foods you order. They can't AMMO-PHOS* FERTILIZER IT ALWAYS HANDLES PERFECTLY segregate. There are no skips in your fields caused by uneven feeding. Finally, Ammo-Phos Fertilizers are uniformly pelletized. Application goes faster because you don't waste time unclogging distributors. Ammo-Phos stores well, too. A significant feature of Ammo-Phos Fertilizers is their adaptability to various application methods. The combination of nitrogen and phosphorus in Ammo-Phos pellets makes it an ideal starter ferti lizer. That's because plants take up more nitrogen and phosphorus when they are applied together than when they are applied separately. As a fall plowdown, Ammo-Phos goes right to work feeding the soil organisms, that decompose crop residue. Since the plant foods in Ammo-Phos don't leach away during winter, you will have trash-free soil in spring and part of your fertilizer will already, be in the soil. This saves you time.\ The most popular use of Ammo-Phos is pre-plant or at planting time. When applied two inches to the side and two inches below the seed, Ammo-Phos provides the nutrition young plants need for vigorous growth. Application is trouble free, feeding uniform. And because Ammo-Phos is high analysis fertilizer, you transport, handle and apply less material. You can see the savings here. Move up to the higher yields this year that are possible with Ammo-Phos Fertilizers. The man to see for all the details is your Olin Agent. You find him at the familiar sign: Olin ADLER' SEEDS INC. North on U.S. 31 at Sharpsville Road Now, you have time to shop. We're open 'til 10:00 Friday nite at the Christmas Place. SPECIAL BUY MEN'S'' SHIRT-TIE SET 5 88 Solid color long sleeve dress shifts with stripe ties to match. Penn Prest dress shirt. Many colors. Sizes to 16-1/2. SPECIAL BUY BOYS KNIT SHIRTS 3$ for 5 Long sleeve knit shirts of 100% acrylic. A real Christmas saving on these much better shirts. Size to 18. C.P.I. W0MENS PANTI HOSE 1 29 Stretch panty hose in regular and fashion color. Two sizes for better fit. A true Gay- mode value item. Men's Knit Sport Shirts Towncralt sport shirts of 100% Acrylic in solid gy £ B color with stripe mock neck , Full fashion f" • style, sizes S-M-L-XL ' or SPECIAL BUY PLASTIC THROW PILLOWS 1 88 Solid color, easy to clean throw pillow with plastic cover. Foam filled. Many colors to choose * from. Why not throw on on your Xmas list. Open late every night 'til Christmas eve Sale! The merry, merry Christmas dress. For little girls at little prices. 2 and 3 reg. S4 and $5 Sizes 1 10 4T 4 88 - 5 l reg. $6 and $7 Sizes 3 to 6X 5 88 .nd& reg. $7 and $8 zes 7 to 14 88 Holiday dresses. Pant dresses. Vest dresses and more. Penn-Prest" polyester / cottons, pure cottons, rayon/cot- tbns. acrylic and polyester knits. Light, bright, dark tones. Sal* prices effective thru Saturday SPECIAL MENS DRESS SHIRTS 2$r Long sleeve solid color dress shirts with Penn Prest finish. Many colors and sizes to 16-1/2. Ask for Free Gift Box. REDUCED WOMEN'S FRINGE HANDBAGS NOW 3 88 Orig. $5. These sport style split leather bags are the latest fad. . We bought a few too many so now is your chance to save. Buy several for gifts. Still not too late to order Christmas toys. Call Penney's Catalog 675-7428. The closer it gets to Christmas, the more you'll appreciate Penneys. eniM?iff The Christmas Place ^ Bring your Penney Charge Card! Enjoy easy, no-cash shopping. .. just say "Charge if at Penneysl

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