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   Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 9, 1954, Tipton, Indiana                                WEATHER FORECAST Considerable cloudiness and turning colder tonight with probable scattered showers Entered as Second Class Matter 58 84 TIPTON SATURDAY Under the Act 1879 RED TO FREE GOP POLICY COMMITTEECONTROL RAZOR THIN REPUBLICAN JOUCY COMMITTEE members are shown at meeting in the Capitol as Congress gets underway widh GOP control razor thmj from left Senators Guy Cordon of Majority Leader William Knowland of Chairman Homer Ferguson of Henry Dworshak of Eugene Millikin of Margaret Chase Smith of from Andrew Schoeppei of John Sherman Cooper of Robert Hendrickson ofNew Leverett Saltonstall of Alexander Smith of New International SoundphotoJ Richmond Man Identified as BankBqndit INDIANAPOLIS Murl Richmond is in jail today after identi fied possitively as a bank Eldridge cashier of Jhe First National Bank of Cannon arid his pretty Patricia identified Jarvis as the bandit who herded into an office of the1 bank last month and obtained After the identification i United States Commissioner Lawrence Turner set bond at pending a removal hearing before i Federal Judge William Jarvis also is charged with the robbery of another j bank at Des 10 days after the Cannon Falls j Doffing said Jarvis handed her a note demanding money and then followed her into the office of who told Commissioner Turner that he tried to talk the Richmond manout of the Jarvis then stopped a customer from leaving the bank antl Peters decided he could not stall according to The cashier began filling a leather bag with Si and S5 bills but the total loot was only according tcj the I 1 Assistant United States District j Attorney William Sparrenberger said disposition of an indictment against Jarvis returned in JDes Moines probably will await jdisposi tion of the charge of robbinjg a federallyinsured bank in confec tion with the 100 Checks Stolen From Cicero Products Company i i The Cicero Wood office in Cicero was broken into Friday night and 100 employee pay roll checks were According to a dispatch received ithis Imorning in the Tipton county sheriffs The stolen checks were written on the Hamilton County of and are of a type hot used the dispatch Serial numbers are from 8723 in I Deputy Sheriff Paul Grinjime said Tipton merchants should be on the lookout for these Case Collapses As Star Witness Disappears DETROIT INS Detroit and cracking the shotgun assassina Wayne county authorities admittion attempt against then ited today theircase against four conspirators the sixyearold Walter Reuther shooting case has Clft OBrien said he might be forced to drop warrants issued earlier this hewlyreelected president of the CIOUnited Auto Workers Reuther was to succeed the late collapsed wfth the disappearance Phil Murray as president of the of their Wayne County Detroit Prose cutor Gerald OBrien said the whom he flatly refused to eluded guards in a downtown hotel where he was taken for about An attorney telephoned OBrien later that the informant was in Canada but that some word might be expected of his where abouts j OBrien declared Without this Prairie Falls to 7849 Jackson Central Eagles trampled over visiting Prairie township last night by a cf 78 to Before a small we have crowd the Eagles built up a 208 no against the four men we lead in the first period and carried accused of shooting Walter Reu f If he does not return to our only course is to dismiss the present defendants and extradite our if we can find and try him as a OBrien labeled the missing in formant the central figure in Two other items stolen by the burglars were a safe guard check writer and an Underwood type j The burglary was discovered this morning and the Hamilton county sheriffs office is Assistant State Traffic J Director Resigns INDIANAPOLIS INS Norman of Indianapolis has re signed as assistant state director of traffic safety to take aj banking job in No successor has been Sharpsviile Loses by 6754 SHARPSVILLE The Bulldogs were trimmed last night by Cam den j 67 to after the Bulldogs toofi a 1612 lead the visitors in the first quarter on the Sharps viile i After losing the first Cam den rallied and gamed a 3125 half time The game was decided in the third stanza when Camden increased its 14 54 Bill 23 was the games top The Sharpsviile forward sank 10 goals j and three Sanderson led the Camden boys with 10 goals and foul tosses for 22 In preliminary Sharps viiles second team won 3226 from the Camden The box score follows Continued on page 6 the other three periods by similar The Prairie taking their sixth loss against three were unable to cope with the Eagles fast and four of Coach Walter OBriens JC boys tallied in double with Etchison leading the pack on1 seven field goals and six foul shots for 20 j ofj was runnerup to Etchison with 18 points oh five goals and eight Other high totals were Clines Hodsons Johnsons 11 for Jackson Central and Bennetts 11 for JC barely got past Prairies sec ond taam in the first Following is last nights box Continued on page 6 Indiana Polio Cases Drop 62 Per Cent Notional Dip Less INDIANAPOLIS INS Indiana made much more than average progress in battling polio last Hoosier polio cases dropped 62 per cent and the national average decrease was only 38 per The Indiana total last year was 626 compared with in 626 nomhared with in Piysicians reported 99 per cent effectiveness for the gamma globjulin injecions in Mdiana last yea Stickers of Service Stations Safety stickers for automo ile op erators cooperating in the county highway safety dri sponsored by the American Tipton co Legion Tipton are now avail ably at all city service it was announced The to promote safety are issued to motor ists who signed the safety pledgeicarried The They are to Ibe placed on the windshields of i Jamiary has been designated as Safety month by the Legion and The Tribune and all drivers are asked to sign the safety to Stage Big Series of Weapon Tests All Categories to Undergo Examination In Pacific by Spring WASHINGTON The ernments announcement that categories of weapons are t tested in the Pacific made today that one of the biggest ies of atomic and hydrogen e sions in history has been Officials indicated that two hy drogen bombsj one to be dropped B36 bomber and the le ther to be detonated from an island may be set off during spring probably in March and Giantsized atomic scribed by President Eisenhower as 25 time more powerful those that devastated Hiroshima and and smaller atcjmic warheads suitable for artillery other tactical uses also an be field Tighter Security The announcement issued by1 the Atomic Energy Commission and to the Defense Department late and Fri day gave no date for the nil categories but said nen and will begin mo this month to the Eniwetok r rov ing ground the The laying down tighter security restrictions hah at any previous atomic mareu said no observers o ther than officials concerned will be It added that the tests be carried out by Force ber Seven under the command of Major Percy Clarksons task force has teen listed in the Pentagon telephone book since last hat this the first official statement of its Justice Prevents Iron Curtain Fate For Two Slay Boys NEW YORK snUll Yugoslav boys today became pawns in an international incid as their father fought to prev their disappearance behind snt ent the Iron Slavoljub of Man hattan was given temporary cus tody of his arid in a special night hear ing tinted with The llth hour by Supreme Court Justice Thomas Cor coran prevented Djurovics attrac redhaired from taking the children to he Communistdominated She and the boys schedu ed to sail shortly after midnight frjm a Brooklyn pier aboard the Yufeo slaviabound Justice Corcorans ruling was protested by Yugoslajv ConsulGen eral Drago f I protest the holding of this woman and ter children by force on United States soi he since wish to return to Yugoslavia I shall lodge a protest with the ITS A ITWOMAN nropelled by battery ot foot pedal shown in Los In rear are Debra plm star who officiatied at the christening Dan former Navy ahd nlm director Samuel The subs are being built by Aero JetjGen3ral of whidhKimball is Thd crafts weigh 155 are 12i feet long and are tivd feed j International Sounfohoto rl i I i Howard Swaim Promqted bj State Board Hcnvard 136 has been appointed exminer of the State Boarc Jreen putyi f Acj I of i i i who jwas appointed state board in 1939 from arke today j assumed the i of the Anncuncei rrient prc motion was nu de by Governor Geor A resident of Tipton sincie the accountant for the past ye been a supervisor at the In this Swafr he was j a supervisor in ac mints for cities and municipally owned utilities located in icin ity of 1 I Traveled Tipton Area Priorto this He assigned to chick accounts ii Iridiana cilties and town was cen and traveled the area from Frankfprt to toko Anderson andl Noblesvill to Swaim and nisi the f rmer MissjMary Adorina Shawl hays two daughters and one Swaim city was music supelrvisor in ppto i schools for several j Both Swaim and Olvey are Dem jState I law requires that eachj of I the two major itical represented by daputy on the fdrmei Tip ton Robert is chief examiner on tlie board and he Department of Statefor the ho ing of Yugoslavia citizens agaii st their His voice trembling with fe the father told Journ d American why he wanted his sens to remain in this I dont want to go back a id Jiveunder fear and I dont Continued on Page 6 d GeneralC AntiReds SAM FRANCISCO I S rihas said and Swaim entered the the depar Both Swaim land year old and memliers o alsc the Methodist a ted from Tangier i Purdue Olvey a 43 Elks a memtier of was jjradu ligh school and After cqr iplet ing his he served a uty treasurer vvhen his father Continued or New ment Si Collision nt Russell Martins Sister Dies in Richmond i John of Riih Mart 309 North West died um x pectiely following a stroke of p alysis at her home Thursday ev Funeral services are planned at Monday at Stigel neral home in where t je body is lying in state Goodwin is survived by her husband three children two bro of and Homer Throckmoitc of Richmond two Martin and Miss Rachel Throe k of and 1 ic Beatrice so of P6 d Rates dve INDIANAPOLIS JONS Insurance Commissioner Hary WeUs announceld tpday thdt iofl1 rates w into effect on Wells Isaid policyHolders wil a yeail vjnder the schedules which of cars and trucks saye new will affect owners ance with stock ated with1 the N Underwriters Aisoj Acjcordilng to V coverag hides be per i with clauses1 about 7 on those Wells of the will he of pri iU be biiti ar pf jthe deducti estimawd that eri in 1 i 3 carrying Bl companies tional Autoji premiu is ate passengi abb d ecreasod aq willfee all new Uifio ffilit oble 14 EXCLUSIVE By HOWARD HANDLEMAN Dedares Shptrld Korean armistice who signed the s for jthe Ignited declared today the lidutraTcuS tc dialforces in Korea fare legally bound to free antiCommu nist Korean and Chinese prisoners i I i if at in war on The in response to ques tipns by International News Ser endorsee the firm stand of his successor in the Fair Johrj in de manding that the prisoners be frleed in accordant e wilh the arm tice i agreement he iommunists Asked about the Set Free SEOUL INS Thechief of United Nations grbund forces in Korsa warned tbJay that any Communist push into the truce zone to prevent the release of ami Red prisoners 23 the whole shcjoting war over Maxwell Eighth Army told a news conference in Seoul that Americantroops have been alerted to be prepared on 22 to meet any possible entry into the neutral area by Red The general that any such southward Communist ad vance to prevent removal of j unrepatriated North Korean1 and Chinese POWs frcm the demili tarized zone would be a violation j of the I i Taylor revealed that full plans I for the movement of the itpproxi i mate antiRed schecl j ulec to begin one minute after midnight of have been both South Korea ami the Nationalist Cninese govern ment on Formosa The Eighth Army chief said posed by the UN Clark assured Rhee that there was legal way in which the prisoners everyone seemed fairly well sat could be held beyond the agreed wlth these Plans tor thc i frpAtncr nriQrmpr1 thpi r date who has just ii From the be ito the which de Dan tails Thi freeing of the their re version to civilian status and their i transfer to of his experiences dealing with Com nunists in general of tie agreeme chan Austria and ited the wording I t on prisoner ex1 vent on thej disposition o Clark said that ally made certain that ing of the agreement Signed Agreement The agreement the Communists Tie Neutral Nations Repatria tion Commission shall declare the he person1 relie Priscrler of war status civilian staUis of any prisoners the pris the was such Taylors grim warning of a pos sibls renewal of the Korean figh1 if the Reds to break into buffer came afteii the c cigitrtfiKC JL uu jji lauuci CAi i I as evidence that the Neu Communist Command summoned tral NationsRepatriation Commisjthe Arm has no iegEiauthority to pre1istice Commission to meet Siinday the releas of the prisoners morning at 11 9 that there be no misinter petation of the right cjf the prisj oners to Apolitical asy specified j Rhee Concerned He said that President Syng man Rhee of the JRepuiliciof Kof rea was particularly coicerned o4 ihis point and that aftethe Conv munists agreed to the wording pro urn on a of war Continued Chinese Minister onel Lee As Vt Idaho Air Base igned Seeks Res Of Peafce i TOKYO nas Premier Chou Enlai jcall mediate restjmpt ded Panqnunffom set a The Chines manded Kor e R revival tion program to prisoners h kept in Koreas In an official cast by radio P e not exercised on Page 6 Suit Enters Court A lawsuit was entered in to Tipton county circuit court today on a change of venue from Ham ilton The Tnjejodore and Jean Louise of ricar requested the change be cause of local They are bing sued by Ayres and company of Indiana and the firms complaint charges them with the price of more worth of furniture purchased three years The nperaO an a partment house in Wardsworth Apartments at 1240 jmption Talks Communist Chi oreign Minister d tonight for im on of the suspeh preliminary talks ea peace confer d leader also de of the explana1 war nron1 fri toH paying only than inrepatriated war should be nice zone until a i political parley c in negotiate their itatement broad Chou fur ther proposed a discussion of the Korea questjion by the Uni ted Nations Ge leral with representath es of Red China and Norjh Korea He added the big five conferei ce including Red Chirja along with the United France and Rus sHimmonecl to deal primar proposal that a ily with jiroblems main point of the Far of Chous state entitled br radio Peiping Dscussions Be A3e Oonel MOUNTAIN HOSkJEJAlR FJORGE Idaho Special Don el son of Lester Le4 of Atl IrL stationed tit Mountain iAi Assigned to the 9th Wing tlie Strategic Air Commands loth Air ourh ilk te irmih i training lech Enlisting jtfcje afe Sa schoo Supp Wjirreh from y sqhc Wyo Jacfrsoh Le jsn6w fonie Air Aarn an Leeis Supp ey Squad Ceiiffal Lee L tween Bdth Sides on the Question of a Pcjlitical C was the call for quick renewal of the Panmunjrjim preli uinary negotia VierMinh Con March in Indo HANOl e Frenchhigh command annour elementsj of a Con minh division marching wes ed today that munistled Viet been reported across central IndoGhinia frem a the China hav French officers column star Vinh high pearei mouni on the ain of munists China rebql base on said the rebel from a base at Chiiu Sea and ap strimng toward tfapei brought for this der seven Full price of the blishrnent un the complaint ae cording to the 1ilccl in County Clerk Ralph Watsons was Of thisj the Thompsons are alleged to have paid Assessors Propose Household lax End INDIANAPOLIS IlNSV The County and Townsaip Assessors closed their 53rd annual conference with the Indiana Tax Bjoard Friday by sonal property taxes on household goods in Indiana be j Tipton county the meetings by County Asjesor Clarence Roler and Cicero Township Assessor Sand The assessors votad to exempt the first of household gpods from taxation which virtually would knock out the tax orn ne arly all such possessions Assessors said returns have not justified the cost of re and that honesty is penalized since the false returns n houschoJd goods has been nearly impos to j The groups recommend be considered iibje tion next   

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