Tipton Daily Tribune, January 9, 1954

Tipton Daily Tribune

January 09, 1954

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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 Oct. 4# 1895, at Postoffice at Tipton, Ind., Under the Act of March 3, 1879 TIPTON (IND.) TRIBUNE. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 9 GOP POLICY COMMITTEE—CONTROL RAZOR THIN T FOR TWO SUBMARINEBig Series of Issues REPUBLICAN POLICY COMMITTEE members are shown at meeting In the Capitol as Congress gets underway with GDP control razor thin. Seated, from left: Senators , Guy Cordon of Oregon, Majority Leader William F. Knowland of California, Chairman Homer Ferguson of Michigan, Henry C. Dworshak of Idaho, Eugene Minikin of Colorado, Margaret Chase Smith of Maine. Standing, from left: Andrew Schoeppel of Kansas, John Sherman Cooper of Kentucky, Robert C. Hencrickson of New Jersey, Leverett SaltonstaU of Massachusetts, H. Alexander Smith of New Jersey.    (International Soundphoto)Justice Prevents Iron Curtain Fate For Two Slav Boys NEW YORK (INS)— Two small Yugoslav boys today became the pawns in an international incident as their father fought to prevent their disappearance behind the Iron Curtain. Slavoljub Djurovic, 39, of Manhattan was given temporary custody of his sons, Goran, 6, and Srdjan, 4, in a special night hearing tinted with intrigue. The lith hour action by Supreme Court Justice Thomas L. J. Corcoran prevented Djurovic’s attractive, red-haired wife, Zivka, 26, from taking the children to the Communist-dominated country. She and the boys were scheduled to sail shortly after midnight from a Brooklyn pier aboard the Yugoslavia-bound S. S. Romanija. I Justice Corcoran’s ruling was protested by Yugoslav Consul-General Drago Govorusie. “I protest against the holding of this woman and her children by force on United States soil,” he asserted, ‘since they wish to return to Yugoslavia. “I shall lodge a protest with I he Department of State for the ho d-ing of Yugoslavia citizens against their will.” His voice trembling with fear, the father told the N. Y. Journil-American why he wanted his sons to remain in this country. “I don’t want to go back aid live under fear and I don’t want (Continued on Page 6)$6,629 Suit Enters Court A $6,629 lawsuit was entered into Tipton county circuit court today on a change of venue from Hamilton county. The defendants, Theodore. H. and Jean Louise Thompson, of near Carmel, requested the change because of local prejudice. They are bing sued by L. S. Ayres and company of Indianapolis, and the firm’s complaint charges them with paying only the price of more than $13,000 worth of furniture purchased three years ago. The Thompsons operate an u-partment house ir Indianapolis, “Wardsworth Apart Hents’ at 1240 Broadway, and the [furnitureI was brought for this establishment under seven contracts, the complaint states. Full price of the furniture, according to the information filed in County Clerk Ralpir E. Watson’s office, was $13,258.22! Of this the Thompsons are alleged to have paid $6,629.11.Chinese Minister Seeks Resumption Of Peace Talks IOO Checks Stolen From Cicero Wood Products Company The Cicero Wood Products, Inc., office in Cicero was broken into Friday night and IOO emplbyee payroll checks were stolen, according to a dispatch received ithis morning in the Tipton county sheriff’s office. The stolen checks were written on the Hamilton County bank, of Cicero, and are of a type not used anymore, the dispatch said. Serial numbers are from 8723 to 8851, inclusive. Deputy Sheriff Paul Grimme said Tipton merchants should be on the lookout for these checks. Two other items stolen by the burglars were a safe guard check writer and an Underwood typewriter. The burglary was discovered this morning and the Hamilton county sheriff's office is investigating. Assessors Propose Household Tax End INDIANAPOLIS INS) — The County and Towns lip Assessors closed their 53rd annual conference with the Indiana St: te Tax Board Friday by recoin mer ding that personal property taxes on household goods in Indiana be ended. Tipton county wasurepresented at the nestings by County Assesor Clarence E. Roler and Cicero Township Assessor Emme t Sandman. The assessors vot?d to exempt the f rst $1,000 of household goods from taxation which virtually would knock out the tax on nearly all such possessions Assessors said returns have not justified the cost of Peeping record and that honesty is penalized since the alse returns rn household goods has been nea *ly impossible to de ect. The group’s rejommend^tkin xviii be considered by the (next legislature.    !|    1I New Auto Collision Rotes Will Save ; Operators $465,000Stickers at Service Stations Mrs. Russell S. Martin's Sister Dies in Richmond Mrs. John Goodwin, of Richmond, sister of Mrs. R. S. Martin, 309 North West street, died uncix-pectiely following a stroke of paralysis at her home Thursday evening. Funeral services are planned at 1:30 p. rn. Monday at Stigel Funeral home in Richmond, where the body is lying in state. Mrs. Goodwin is survived by her husband; three children; two brothers, Murray SniveLy, of Denver, Colo., and Homer Throckmorton, of Richmond; two sisters, Mrs. Martin and Miss Rachel Throckmorton, of Richmond, and tie mother, Mrs. Beatrice Snivcly, d-so of Richmond. P 6    -    ’ Safety stickers for automobile operators co-operating in the Tipton county highway safety drive, cosponsored by the American Legion and Tipton Tribune, are now available at all city service stations, it was announced today. The stickers, to promote safety-consciousness, are issued to motorists who have; signed the safety pledge carried in The Tribune. They are to be placed on the windshields of car3. January has been designated as “Safety month” by the Legion and The Tribune and all drivers are asked to sign the safety pledge. Assistant State Traffic" * Safety Director Resigns INDIANAPOLIS (INS) — Norman Bryant, of Indianapolis has resigned as assistant state director of traffic safety to take a, banking job in Indianapolis. No successor has been named. TV DHC** ;