The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 6, 1971 · Page 6
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Page 6 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Hollywood Pictures Refect Attitude Changes? By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Incre- at Your « i Friendly Bank o FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY . 110 E. Jeff. Sit. Tipton, Indiana. dible as it may appear, a single film may be responsible for Hollywood motion pictures turning the corner in the 1970s away from vulgarity,, poor taste and outdated formulae. ' The title is "Love Story." Its director is Arthur Hiiler, a Canadian who knows where it's at. • The. movie is a dimple, f plotless love story of a young couple inatragic circumstances'. But it is real and touching and sensitively drawn. No Cliches As Hiiler says, "It's not the story of a princess in the tower awaiting rescue. Nor is it a rich bi^y-poor girl relationship with all the cliches." ' The picture cannot be com* pared to the old fashioned screen *Iove story which starred, say,'Greta Garbo, or Carole Lombard, Clark Gable, Robert Taylor, Ingrid Bergman, Ronald Colman or even, Elizabeth Taylor. . Hiller's emphasis is reality. The story deals with romance but—and this is vital—does not treat it romantically. The stars,- Ryan O'Neal (from "Peyton Place") and All MacGraw (making only her second movie), are so expertly directed the results are quite likely to win Hiiler an Academy Award nomination. Leatherman-Morris Dependable Ambulance Service 314 North Main Street DIAL 675- 7449 "Erich Segal, the author of the book and the screenplay,captured the feeling of kids today," Hiiler said. "When I first read the script I wa^ against directing it because there was no plot. But then I began to appreciate its values. It's a picture that could have been set at any period in history or • in any geographic setting." A New Dawning "Love Story" may be a new dawning for a confused movie industry. It is sometimes profane.but not vulgar. There are words and situations that would have shocked movie-goers a decade ago. Now somehow, they are correct and true reflections of today's society. Hiiler agrees that another .astonishingly successful 1970 movie, "Airport," shares some of the elements of his own artistic and commercial hit. "Both pictures are honest," Hiiler said. "I didn't care about seeing 'Airport,' but half-way through I got caught up in it and I loved it." One need not wait more than a few frames to be caught up in "Love Sory." It is a picture of our times for our times which may point the way for less imaginative filmmakers. .WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1971 Trouble Expected at Meeting of Prime Ministers This Month By JOSEPH W. GRIGG \ LONDON (UPI) -Britain's planned new immigration clampdown is likely to spell trouble for Prime Minister Edward Heath . during the commonwealth prime mihistefcs conference at Singapore; this month. . i |; j British officials predict outraged protests during the Jan. 14-21 session from the old, mainly white commonwealth countries — Canada, Australia and New Zealand. j i All recognize Queen Elizabeth H as their titular head of state. Two of them, Australia and New Zealand, have populations still largely of British descent. Under legislation the British government plans to introduce ' into parliament early, this year, nationals of all' commonwealth . countries wiil be treated; in the - future as "aliens" in the same manner as any foreigners. Representatives Complain • In recent weeks commonwealth .representatives in London have complained-strenuously to the British government.; Reliable diplomatic sources say they have protested that if their nationals are to be treated as aliens in Britain with no special status over that of other foreigners, the commonwealth association will lose much of its meaning. | British | Home Secretary Reginald J Maudling has sought to overcome these criticisms with two undertakings. INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION j INDIANAPOLIS LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING . Notice is hereby glveothatthe Local Alcobo- lic Beverage Board of Tipton County, Indiana, will at 1 p.m. on the-25dayof January-, 1971 at the Commissioners Room, Court House in the City (or town) of .Tipton, Indiana In said County, begin investigation of the application... of the following named persons...., requesting the issue of the applicant...., at the Iocation....here-• inafter set out of the Alcoholic Beverage Per- 'mit... of the class... hereinafter designated and Till, atsaidUmeandplace, receive information concerning the fitness of saidapplicant....,aad . the propriety-of issuing the permit.... applied for to such applicant...at thepremisesnamed: Ti-On Inc., by L. Richard Tragesser (Restaurant) TRANSFER OF LOCATION, Beer, Liquor & Wine [Retailer Permit from 120 East Jefferson SLJ to 126 East Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana Wedge Bar Inc., by Charles Denham Pres., & Rebecca J. TJenham, Secj, 912 N. Main St., (Restaurant) Beer, Liquor * Wine Retailer, ' 521 N. Main St, Tipton, Indiana . . ' . Raymond F. L Winifred Joan -Rlpberger dba Tbe Bottle Shop (Package Store) Beer, Liquor 4 Wine! Dealer, 212 East Jefferson St., Tipton, .Indiana. Said Investigation -win be open to the public,, and public participation is requested. INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION By MAX H. BRATJEN Executive Secretary JOHN R. SMOCK . Chairman . He promised recently mat citizens of Canada, Australia and New Zealand will retain the status of '^British, subjects." He also promised that tourists and other nationals of these countries coming to Britain on "working (vacations" will continue to be welcomed. '/'Single System'* Maudling refused to back down, however, on the planned "single system" of immigration control,under which all foreigners would J be treated in Britain in the same manner.• . Under tie planned legislation, commonwealth citizens, like other foreigners, will be al- L-4 (Continued on page ten) NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS CLAIMS The Tipton County Commissioners allowed the following Miscellaneous Claims at special session on December 30, 1370 at 9:00 a.m. Bobbs-Merril, And..; 20.10 LBJ&2. Corp., Aud. 7.13 Danners, Rec,, Crth., Int..".... 26.49 Clint's Marathon. Staff 1-12.12 Alrkem, JaU ; 34.00 St. of Ind., Jan 143.50 Hy-Une Chicks, mf. 27.45 Cledith Odle, tot ; 179.50 Bobby Odle, Comm. 213A .- . 2,154.0: Warner Funeral H., Comm. 406 . .. 100.00 Lee Purvis, Comm. 410 . / 3.0( Cong. & CemeL Int., Comm . 505 ; ; . 1,500.01 Harold B. Allen, Auditor , ' NOTICE TO'TAXPAYERS . ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS AND ALLOCATIONS ' . Notice is hereby given'the taxpayers of Tipton County, Indiana, that at the request or the County Commissioners the proper legal officers of said municipal corporation will meet at their regular ..meeting place at 9 a.m. on the sixteenth (16th) day of January, 1971, to consider and tike action on requests by the Highway Dept. for additional appropriations and allocations. \ _ ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS "J Highway M.VJH. Surplus for. Project 1-71;' 200 W. from 300 N„ to 400 N $30,000.00 Additional Appropriation from L.R. i S. Fund to L. R. 4 S. 200 W.. 400 N. and . 300 N.. Project 1-71 ; $25,000.00 From Accumulative Bridge Fund Appropriation to sroaU bridges project-1971. - Taxpayers | appear at such meeting shall have a right to be beard thereon. The additional appropriations as finally made will be automatically^ referred to.the State Board of Tax Commissioners, fihith Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's Office or at such other-place as may be designated. At such bearing taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations may be beard. Interested taxpayers may inquire of the County' Auditor whenjand where such bearing will be. Harold B. Allen, Auditor A CAKE MIXES \ < AT THE CASH REGISTER Swans Down Stay in Step with the Times , ..' .Shop CARTER'S. SUPERMARKET Domino 5 I bo bag New: box Home Made HAM SALAD fresh lb, With $10,00 purchase or more 89* Fresh Whole CHICKENS Breast lb, 490 Legs lb. 49C Thighs lb. 490 Backs lb. 100 Wings lb. 190 Fresh Home Made SAUSAGE JOWL BACON lb. Chunk BEEF or PORK LIVER Fresh Stark & Wetzel • •-i ; i 500 Brand j Emges Mac. & Cheese Pimento Minced Bologna lb. Old Fashion Pickle & Pimento lb. pkg. 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