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Tipton Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1947, Tipton, Indiana Weather Forecast Clearing with rising temperatures tonight and Highest temperature today about 64. Lowest tonight about 43. Entered as Second Matter Oct. 4, 1895, at at Under the Act of March 3, 1879. VOL. 52-NO. 304. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1947 TIPTON COUNTY CROPS ESCAPE FROST DAMAGE State Tax Board Petitioned To Review County Rates Two hundred sixty-six Tipton county taxpayers have the state tax board to review county budgets and the Jefferson township tax County Auditor H. E. Castor announced Under Indiana law petitions carrying 10 or more signatures could be filed by Sept. 22. The petitions ask specifically that the 1948 budgets the county county welfare drainage requirements and the Tipton County Memorial hospital be A separate petition asks a review of the Jefferson township tax Those signing the county petition J. A. J. E. C. A. C. D ert P. Carl D. F. D. Jesse I Belva and Katherine G. P. D. D. Newton John E. F. Blanche Dewey E. Donna J. I. F. Frank Carroll W. E. Carmel Fay Roscoe O. Henry J. M. A. E. Hobbs and Irvin Minnie H. Wayne G. C. Vern William E. E. C. B. John Florence E. R. W. E. Goldie Mary A. Robert H. H. W. C. Otha Dessie M. J. H. O. F. D. W. Lewis Cash Harry Horace E. Dr. W. F. Kemp Bros. Packing Walter J. Enoch J. Stafford and A. E. M. D. J. L. William Arta K. P. Ernie Cecil B. E. William John W. R. Oma Ralph John A. MAKE NEW ATOM DISCOVERIES County School Heads Meet At Indianapolis Ratcliff Is Member Of 600 Educators Attend Six hundred county school superintendents from all parts of the United States took time out from home school duties today for an intensive study on providing a comprehensive school The meeting was at High Value of Is Stressed Hutto Discusses Document Before Tipton Kiwanians The United States constitution i and the of rights were scribed in detail to Tipton Ki- Happy Over At on an atomic for hydrogen in the Columbia University Radiation Laboratory in New York are Professor Willis Lamb and Robert The was used in experiments which resulted in discoveries that are called the most significant advance in fifteen years in atom Authorities to Return Murder Howard County Margarito sought by Howard county authorities in connection with the slaying Sept. 14 of Ruperto will be returned today or Wednesday to Kokomo following word that Port authorities had awarded his custody to Howard Tijerina will be returned by Kenneth state Frank C. and Sheriff Orval George Af C. W. Charles A. W. F. Delia Wimer and Robert W. Frank Everett Frank Kirby C. E. Ralph Effie and David G. O. Jessie D. N. R. R. A. David R. Joe O. Hugh Mark C. Doris V. Luke Clen Roy T. Harry D. T. W. Walter Pearl Edna Guy Olla Ralph Arthur Clifford H. Garnett W. W. L. Vandevender and Karl Nellie B. Earl Maggie Walter George F. Bob Joseph M. William R. Basil M. W. R. Nora M. Clifford P. Dr. W. L. G. D. Marjorie Floyd E. Emma D. Earl Inez C. Forrest Everett B. F. Allen B. Coe Forrest Albert Charles T. J. Green and William Petitioners also requesting a review of Jefferson township rates J. A. J. E. C. A. C. D. Rob D. Jesse G. P. Belva and Katherine ert P. Carl P D. D. Newton John E. F. Blanche Dewey E. William Donna J. I. F. Frank Caroll W. E Minnie H. Goldie Wayne Vern Goodnight and G. C. Dunham E. E. John Florence E. R. Goldie Robert H. H. W. C. on Page 6) Robert M. Overton of Howard Sheriff Overton sought custody over the weekend but was forced to return to Kokomo Sunday without his prisoner because of legal Admits Fight He said that Tijerina had admitted a fight with Rodriguez in which he said he had tramped Rodriguez after the latter had been knocked He that he stabbed In this connection it was recalled that Dr. Jesse who performed the autopsy on the dead said that death had been caused by the blow on the throat which had crushed the neck bones and tissues and that the stab wounds had been made after Accompanied by Capt. Howard Gilbert of the Kokomo police Sheriff Overton went to Port Huron Saturday on arrival there he found that although Tijerina had waived it was necessary to have a hearing before the local with the local a defense attorney and court reporter It was required under Michigan law that a typed transcript of the hearing be made and signed by the Due to the fact that the court reporter was out of the it was impossible to have the hearing Saturday so the sheriff came Describes Party According to the Tijerina said that he attended a party at the canning factory in on the night before the He said he was in a party with two other Mexicans and two After the he he became involved in a fight with Rodriguez over the attentions to one of the In the fight Tijerina said Rodriguez was knocked down and then Tijerina tramped him with working Tijerina said the fight occurred not far from but he was not able to locate A story by Paul Harsha in the Port Huron Times Herald of Sept. 20 gives the following account of arrest action by police late Friday led to capture of a 26-year-old Mexican a murder suspect in Howard within two hours after 1 he arrived in Port Huron to visit a former girl a Detective George I. Holdburg and Patrolman George A. Nelson arrested Margarito L. as he stepped into his car parked near a tavern at 3301 Twenty-fourth was about to flee after receiving a telephone tip from Mrs. Marion 20, of 726 Twelfth police told police that Mrs. Ainsworth had rebuffed him when he attempted to visit her at her When he telephoned later from the she told him look the cops are after he Reg. S. Atkins said that a warrant has been is sued charging Mrs. Ainsworth with opposing a police officer in the performance of his Conviction carries a maximum of two years imprisonment or a he had warned police to be on the lookout after they saw Tijerina approach Mrs. Ainsworth's Police immediately blocked the wanted for fatally stabbing and kicking Ruperto 54, near was in the same gray car in which he fled after the incident to a farm about seven miles north of on Page weekly meeting at the Kemp Methodist church Monday night by Troy N. Tipton The group included The ot and tne Tipton county original constitution can not be who is a member of the the speaker and reception Ithe biu is the method The national conference of i guaranteeing enjoyment of county superintendents cf granted in the schools had its second general of constitu session this morning after opening meeting last The meeting in Indianapolis for its second is to close A panel composed of educators from Georgia and Indiana this morning outlined the necessity for maintaining an educational program that will keep intact the foundations of Members of the panel included three county school superintendents - Mrs. Marjorie B. of 111., Sue M. of and Mark A. of and three State of Public Instruction Ben H. Mrs. Robert F. president tion defines the legislative exe cutive and judicial branches of the government and defines the duties of The first 10 amendments form the of ' The fourth article defines the regulations of states in the Union to each other and guarantees full faith and credit by the states to the acts of other The fifth article provides the machinery for instituting the amendments and for ratifying proposed Obligations of the former confederacy are assumed and fication of the constitution provided for in other The of rights guarantees freedom of of the Indiana Congress of and tne ents and Glenn vice state man of the Indiana Farm Bu social and educational de F. B. of Pur due was panel Group Sessions Held The remainder of today's program consists of group sessions on 16 different phases of educational ranging 2 Monday and es how to cure a shortage of d with Jesse Owen calibre teachers to the role ol the school in helping improve living standard for rural Dean L. D. of the college of University of who heads the group considering teacher one rural school classroom in ten today is presided over by a teacher who can do the caliber job America must have and two rural classrooms in ten are in charge of teachers whose hearts mav be right but whose lack of skill as teachers is Hassil E. president of the Indiana Farm is on Page 6) Deed Suit Ends In Mistrial A suit to set aside a deed issued by Henry Wilson Moore of Anderson to Eva Miller was ended abruptly Monday in Tipton circuit court when Judge C. Mount declared a The ruling came after two witnesses had Both were questioned regarding the soundness of mind of Mr. Moore at the time the deed was but the court ruled that the question of soundness was not contained in the original complaint and therefore could not be Counsel then received permission to file an amended but Judge Mount said that he did not expect the suit to be heard the present term of The original complaint was Mr. who is now allegedly Issued a deed to his property to the defendant on condition that she would care for The complaint alleges that she refused to care for Mr. Moore but that she did receive the The plaintiff attempted to show fraud in obtaining the The present plaintiff is ' the Armed Bandits Take Authorities today sought two men who reportedly held up Walter Freeman 27, deputy said that Dulworth would be questioned further this afternoon since he was able to provide Only a description of the Dulworth told authorities thai he was walking on state road 19 about 7:30 p. m. when two men driving a black automobile offered him a he they left the car and ordered him to give up his One man carried a pistol and the other a officers were The robbery victim said that the car had a damaged left front fender and that the driver continued northward after the robbery and then returned toward The incident occurred three and one-half miles north of the Dulworth said that he took a taxi part way to his near the scene of the and continued the remainder oi the distance on He then returned to Tipton and reported the robbery about 10 p. m. Second Storm Approaches Florida 23 - A tropical storm approaching the west Florida was reported 45 miles south of Tampa early The Miami weather bureau reported nt 4:45 a. m. the storm was moving northeast at 10 an Storm warnings were hoisted north of to South Small craft north of to Cape Hatteras were ordered to remain in port. Strongest winds were be 50 to 60 miles an hour in The weather bureau predicted that the storm's direction would be northeast and north northeast for the next 12 Winds were reported 30 to 40 miles an hour at and St. A COUPLE of German youngsters in the American Zone show their happiness by hugging each other after receiving new clothes for the first time in their young The clothing was made by their parents from material received in a for American Relief for The only evacuation was of Mr. Moore's j ported from parts of I where high tides were expect A. Six Firemen Attend School Six members of the Tipton fire department are attending sessions at the annual three-day state fire school at Purdue Classes opened Monday and will close Local firemen who will receive instruction are Chief Don W. Assistant Chief Fields and Charles Eugene Jack Boes and Lowell Chief Eugene Boes and Grimes were scheduled to attend Assistant Chief Kinder and Jack Boes attended The Monday with the will attend Wednesday's Twenty-three separate sessions are scheduled during the including a demonstration of rural fire control practices this afternoon by the Sheridan fire Other demonstrations include rescue ladder use of aerial ladders and extinguishing flammable Forums Planned Forums include of Fire and Fire Chairmen are chief of the Marion fire and Clem chief of the Lawrence fire Addresses include a report on President Truman's fire prevention by Carter state fire Action Program for Fire by Governor Ralph F. - Must They by R. D. vice-president of the Grain Dealers National Mutual Fire Insurance company of and Does It by Mark assistant chief of the Anderson fire Director of the school is Prof. J. L. head of the Indiana Fire Training the sponsoring Isolated Cases Of Loss Freeze Reported Only isolated reports of crop damage by an unseasonably heavy frost were expected in Tipton county following a drop in temperature in the wake of a heavy rain and windstorm Rising temperatures were promised and should end the threat to | The frost was reported to be i t mi heavy throughout the Agent Walter M. said that he had I received no reports of crop and that a check of farms today failed to reveal serious of the Tipton | County Memorial Hospital fund Some persons reported campaign was begun in Madison water was covered with a thin township Monday night at layer of ice this morning but office of the Ray Brothers and j that even the freezing Packing company ture failed to affect crops Arthur Noble is ship Tomatoes on low ground may chairman have been Mr. elector the township are Robert i but general crop loss Max he Waldo i were more susceptible to ville Click and Basil frost than Each is to appoint assistants in Frost Is General his own territory and the entire group will hold a final meeting Hoosiers in other parts of Indiana and central Oct. 2 at the New this morning to view a blanket of frost but the weather bureau spokesman it was not believed to have E. N. of the hospital expediting and Neal O. caused senous of the executive committee relief from the and of the cool snap was discussed background of the ' hospital j weather forecaster with rising temperatures today and A. C. Starke county agricultural reported the i frost the growth of bond public donations and i most everything in his the federal u T r Much corn and tomatoes were In addition to the movement with the Madison township and explained that the cost of the project is to be borne equally by a j Hilton | son township farmer and ber of the board of hospital j Each chairman be assigned to a district in the Mr. Noble and assignments will be made later this The drive is scheduled to open throughout the county early in ' MR. JONES ILL William is critically ill with a cancer at the home of his Roscoe 1381b East Jefferson have been Marion County Agent Horace E. Abbott said the frost posed a threat to beans and other commercial vegetables but that the light frost would not harm corn in the most Hoosiers brought out their top coats from the moth balls and the demand for heat caught the Citizens Gas and Coke company in Indianapolis with one of its compressors As a result gas pressure was low during the early morning rising PARTITION SOUGHT Partition of a 10-acre tract three miles north of Windfall is asked in a suit filed in Tipton circuit court today by Henry H. Williams against W. R. Moore and The plaintiff is the owner of an undivided two-thirds of the tract while the defendants hold smaller Giles Files Motion for Change Of Venue in Assault Action Elisha 77, South East today filed a motion for a change of venue from Tipton county in a suit charging him with assault and battery with attempt to commit The criminal action is one of three suits Giles faces in connection with the stabbing of George last Giles was released April 11 on cash bond after the bond was reduced from the originally Giles is charged with stabbing Stacy during a dispute in a Tipton Stacy suffered Street Surfacing Is Under Way Surfacing of three blocks of downtown brick streets severe throat injuries when today and is expected to be completed according to Worth N. city Streets being paved are South Independence street in the 100 block and South East street in the 100 and 200 The project is part of a five-year surfacing program to pave rough brick Primer coats were applied to all three blocks this morning and the base one inch of coarse bituminous was applied to South East street this Construction crews planned to apply the base coat to Independence street this and are to complete the surface pavement The surface is composed of one inch of finer The project will cost approximately is being financed from the city's general fund without an extra levy on property The pavement is similar to that applied on East and Main streets two years Giles allegedly attacked him with a pocket Stacy was in a serious condition for a time but he Stacy was cut as he attempted to gain possession of a cane Giles carried and allegedly used to attack In the struggle that Giles used a pocket knife to inflict the In Stacy a suit against Giles and his Mary E. charging fraud in transfer of a deed and sale of real The suit alleges that Giles sold his personal property at public auction and that he transferred residential property to his daughter in an effort to escape liability in a damage suit filed by Shortly after the Stacy filed a civil action charging assault and battery and alleging permanent No hearing has been held on the civil The suit which Giles seeks to transfer is a criminal suit in connection with the
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