Tipton Daily Tribune, January 13, 1954

Tipton Daily Tribune

January 13, 1954

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Issue date: Wednesday, January 13, 1954

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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 13, 1954, Tipton, Indiana WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy and not so cold tonight and Thursday. Occasional light snow beginning late tonight and continuing Thursday. Low tonight 16. High Thursday, 30. Act of March Under th Entered as Second Class Matter Oct, Postoffice at Tipton, TIPTON (IND.) TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 13NOSE ASKREN COMMENDED FOR DUTY Red ChinaHpHHAHBH^wvTags Area IP’ JilillliyB1 jr^'Province' Ike Defends Flexible '    I    I    I    •    « Prices, Labor MessageFTA to Handle County Polio Campaign; Mothers March Set Tipton county's participation in the campaign to collect funds to combat polio were discussed Tuesday night by Infantile Paralysis , foundation members and represen-i tatives of Parent-Teach^rs association units. Plans were made to canvass Tipton, rural residents and towns throughout the county in an effort to surpass the $3,14 collected last year. A Mothers March is being arranged for thd secoiid consecutive year throughout the county, and date for it is Wednesday, January 27. Heading organization of the funds collection is Dr. M. G. Smith, Tipton dentist who is. county campaign director. County chairman of the Foundation is Phillip Martin. They met with PTA unit heads iii Dr; Smith’s office. Plans call for a canvass of Tipton and towns in the county between 5 and 7 p. rn. on January 27. All during that <jlay, Parent-Teacn-ers association mqrnbejrs will be contacting rural! residents in the county. Ralph Hupp, president of Tipton Junior-Senior high school PTA, I attended the Tuesday night meeting and presented plans for the drive to his unit later in the evening. .I i County PTA units represented were Sharpsville, by Mrs. Chester • Baird, whose husband is president, i and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fecher, ■ treasurer and secretary, respectively, and Mrs. Quentin Orr, vice ICY STREET conditions accompanying the eastern blizzard are blamed for this 25-fcot nose dive of an automobile “parked” nose down against a warehouse in Philadelphia. Six persons were injured, two seriously. Firemen are shown preparing to remove the car, which plunged over the South Street bridge.    (International    Soundplioto) to Leave Brothers Hankins Danner County Retains All Agricultural Officers for 1954t Repairs, Garbage ip Told in Report [Editor’s Note: A pjorticn of Mayor William J). Hiatt's year-end report deals with the disposal plant and the garbage burial systen used by the city, and those area 5 are covered in today’s article belcw/.l installed land that part of the plant was back in operation. The sludge digester was filled up with gravel, and other un-digest able material that had collected over the years. On June 20, the digester was cleaned and put batik in operation. The approximate cost of this operation was a found $850. All sewers that had been blocked off to permit the repair were unblocked and the whole system put back into operation. The State Bpard of Health gave Tipton a good mark upon the operation of the plant as far as its capacity w0i|ild allow, but it contends, and we alii know that it is not big enough fbr the present need. Both the population and the quantity of sewage per capita jhavp increased since the building of (he plant. There jis another puzzling thing: It sometimes seems that the plant must precess more water than the watey works pumps. This can be understood in rainy weather, but it (Continued on page 6)Ice Causes Jet Crash Into Homes Disposal Plam—On May I only one of the pumps that transfer sewage from the cistern under the; pump house to the settling basin was in operation. One 250-gallon pump and the 500-gallon pump had been removed and found in n 2ed of repair. Bearings, shafts ani fins were worn from long usage. These pumps were re-built at Anderson. They received new shafts; bes rings, impellers, and whatever else was needed. On May 19, the 500-gallon pump was returned and installed and on June 12 the 250-gallon pump was re-Jefferson PTA to Hear Rail Official Jefferson township Parent-Tea-chers association meets Monday at 7 p. rn. in the grade school at Goldsmith to hear a representative of the Nickel Plate railroad, it was announced today by President William R. Huff. The PTA has been trying to get signal lights installed where the Nickel Plate road intersects Main street in Goldsmith The crossing there is termed a dangerous one. Backing the PTA in the drive for signal lights as co-sponsors arc the Farm Bureau organization and the Kempton American Legion.While YoliWalter Hubbard Arrested Fbr Improper Parking Walter T. Hubbard, 36, route 2, was arrested Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Paul Griming for parking his car on the pave ment of Berryman Pike, about a mile north of Tipton. # The car was parked for a long-period of time, par ly on and partly off the highway . Grim me said he received a nu Tiber of complaints about the car. At    45    miles    per    hour,    sing ’"Highways Are Happy Ways/" At    55    miles    per    hour,    sing "I'm But a Stranger Here, Heaven Is My Home/" At    65    mile?!;    per    hour,    sing "Nearer, My God, to Thee]" At    75    miles    pier    hour,    sing "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder, ITI Be There/4 At    IS    miles    per    hour,    sing "Lord, Pm Coming Homo." JUDGE SHOT IN COURT WARREN, Pa. (INS); — Judge Allison D. Wade, president judge of Warden county, was reported shot to c|eath in his courtroom shortly ^ftor ll a m. rn*?.    » Warren police said they received a report! that "a person involved in a non-support case wieMod* tho gun/' ,    ' I. s * ;