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   Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 13, 1954, Tipton, Indiana                                WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy and not so cold tonight Occasional light snow be1 ginning latejtbnight and continuing Low 16 MKMWDUUS High l i Entered as Second Class Matter at PcstoWice at 1 Under thU i ct of Miireh mmmm SB 87 WEDNESDAY 954 i i i i i I i NOSE DIVE ICY conditions accompanying the eastern blfzzard are blamed for this 25foot nose dive of an automobile parked nose down against a warehouse in Six persons in two Firemen are shown preparing to remove the which plunged over the South Street I UNIFIED KO Ike Defends Flexible Labor Me i WASHINGTON President farm price formi la is riot feat Eisenhower strongly defended Ms controversial flexible farm price support program today and im plied that even though it may be politically unwise in an election year he continue to back Chief Executive told Ms news conference with a wry grin that ha doesnt think he is too smart politically and that if his Warmer Weather Promised in i New Slides in i State Tonjght Cold Grips East INDIANAPOLIS IMS weatherman promised weather but the difference1 was considered academic by folks who like thejr weather above freez j J Temperatures as low as one be low zero were reported but Indiana was promised jnothing lower than 112 above Snow may pay a returjn visit to northern and snow or rain was likeiy jin the southern part of the Schools closed in some fflaces in northern Indiana Tues NE The I day because of a snow storm which tossed as much as six inches of the white stuff on the South Bend A scheduled basketball game between Walkertpn and Rolling Prairie was postponed because of the South Bend recorded one below zaro early Other minimum temperatures included two at Indi anapolis three at Fort Wayne and and four at Terre Cold weather gr pped the east en portion of the country today in the wake of a snow storm which crippled traffic and caused at least 65 Further snow and continued cold is expected to engulf the Eastern Seaboard Friday Or Saturday as the frigid Arctic air moves from the Midwest to the Skies were clearing in the north east today along with diminishing But a few snow flurries fell in the Northern Plains east ward to the eastern lakes California experienced Tues day iwith San re ceiving The coldest spot in the nation ithis morning was Eau with 22 degrees below from the state caprfol for several The warmest city was Steeplejack Repair Rag Staff On Stateliouse Dome j i INDIANAPOLIS IKS p A Red steeplejack has promised to come tjo the aid of redfaced state officials who have been run ning the risk they might I be ac cused of cjjceding from the Statehouse building superintend ent Haroiji Shulke has been unable to i furl the American flai Alps Threaten 200 Lost VIENNA Rising tempera tures today threatened new ava lanches the white death of the Alps in Switzer Germany and where 200 persons are dead or The threatened thaw could send additional thousands of tons of ice and snow plunging down to crush homes like paper boxes and bury alive their fearful hardest hit of the coun counted 50 dead and 120 missing and gave thanks for the 137 Switzerland counted 18 dead and five Italy had three dead and Germany listed four At oh Lake whose waters wash the shores of Switzerland and American and Swiss helicopters were reported feverishly at The flying eggbeaters were said to be operating in the Gross J es Walsertal Valey where 11 per I sons were 20 injured and 46 as Key to Reuther Shooting Taken DETROIT missing key witness in the 1948 mystery shooting of CIO President Walter surrendered to a reporter in a res taurant early He ageed to waive extradition from Canada and is being accom paniedback to the Motor City by Detroit j i He wore shackles as an interna tional fugitive and coconspirator in the attempt on Reuthers in icontrast to his ear lier role as a favored and pro tected witnessl Formalities of the extradition will be determined Ritchie and his guards reach the inter national border at The Dennis Harvey of the Hamilton call ed Preston police jwho arrested Ritchie in the same restaurant where his commonlaw Betty was seized five hours Harvey had been in the restaur ant to check details on the arrest of Miss She fled into Canada with Ritchie last Friday after he escaped from protective custody in a downtown Detroit Ritchie hadi been joking with truck drivers and kept telling them j the guy theyre looking One of the truck drivers in Marys Barbecue on Prestons main street if yourethe why donit you that reporter over Ritchie walked over to Harvey and The report er called police who arrested Ritchie in the He was held on an open charge without bail pending the arrival of Detroit police The Motor City is 200 miles from from a political find it j He emphasized program is the nations agricultu said no one colild leins as long as he his faiith that one for ral adni inistr 1954 overall prc i i Eisenhofverl may c ped a at h ference in altnos ilile ill study farm irob had still jbelieveftjie present system of fixed Eisenhowe that he is not goii that any particular point in is i r i how ver g to tell Congress his gram is mlnst first news a mo irith tha does not plan to run for reele in i j the controversial Brieker amendment to restric presidents i he said his Concern was for future of the i nationrather the present andj that he is the amendment could not effect in the have tW and tiori rppj con tiori ers the hail surd any year JFres Eisenhower saidjtodjay ii is i whether go ment supervised strike b should be held before or aft walkout The President I ference that he plan along thesej Thej last time the flag was unfurled fjrom the dome it and the pulley ropes were broken the staff Shulke learned there is1 a short age of steeplejacks when he tried to hire someone to do a repair On of j the few relmaining steeplejacks in this area Quibbled about working for because it takes so to get their But of Rjed who annually trims the tree grow ing out jof the famed JDecatiir caunty cjourfhouse steeiple at came to the aid of his He told Shulke he would climb to the dome and fix the flag Shulke said that a scijttlehole will be cut in the dome is instead I of dragging the flag through k lower as has been done in the pastT The superintendent added that when the statehouse last was painted luring the administration of former Henry S the domfe was hotrepaired jrior painted because the statehpuse building i staff couldnt get with Her ire to climb tte with a reading of It was 14 above in New York City at an early hour reported five Green 10 8 2 above Louis Boston Atlanta Miami Miss Underwood Is Recorders Deputy Miss Wilma Lou daughter of and Otis has been appointed deputy recorder of Tip tori to Meda county The new deputy replaces Miss Nancy Lou daughter of Irwon who is seriously ill in an Ind ianapolis Miss Underwood is agraduate of SharpsViile high and she studied two years at Ball State Teachers college in Muncie before assuming dutiesin the recor ders Ice Causes Jet Crash Into Homes LONG Au thorities today blamed storm frozen controls for the crash of a supersonic jet plane which killed seven persons when smashed into four homes in Long Rescue workers probed the shat tered debris for possible other vic tims of the tragedy Four other persons two Public information authorities at Long Beach Air Force Base said the pilot of the jet fighter plane radioed shortly before he crashed that the sudden hailstorm had iced up his controls and he wanted clearance for emergency landing at the Long Beach Munic ipal The Major Robert Blair was killed along with six other His an advanced fighter plane the used in Korea against the Chinese North Ko rean rocketedinto the presidential Signal a aofcfoot swatch of death four Firemen From Five Cities Save Artist Colony m Nashville from five cities saved the Brown county artist colony from a blazing extinction early today as they braved near zero temperatures to stop a which destroyed three buildings in Frank lin and Morgantown firemen joined the Nashville volunteers in fighting the fire which razed the Loreh Moore the Kirk Skinner poolroom and the Ralph Arnold barber all onestory frame The Nashville Bank and the Leader department store by were damaged by smoke and water and windows in both build ings were cracked by the intense Firemen fought the blaze for three hours and brought it under control about Jefferson PTA to Hear Rail Official Jefferson township ParentTea chers association meets Monday at 7 in the grade school at Goldsmith to hear a representative of the Nickel Plate it was announced today by President Wil liam 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 Backing the in the drive signal lights as cosponsors are the Fam Bureau organization the Kempton American told a news would accept lines which iible foundation members I and represen Hon associa1 group staged the campaign activitmiscalculated in thinking Hankins to Leave Danner Brothers neyv manager will head Danner Brother variety sto Tipton next whohas nunagj eel the store for the past two j announced today he will leave the position and that Norman Crager Brc thers dent pj to lljots ei a con any OOkS SKREN COMMENDED FOR DUTY j FHTNC Max metalsmith second son of and Charles 835 North Inde pendence receives a commendation for performance of duty from his commanding officer Navy Aboard the submarine tender USS Askren has been in the Navy nine serving in the Atlantic andj Mediterranean The for mer Tipton high school student making the Navy his I i I Naval Photo Red China Tags Province WASHINGTON Secretary i of State John Foster Dulles said today that unification of Korea is more difficult now because the Chinese Reds have practically in corporated North Korea into then country as a But Dulles told the Senate For eign Relations committee he would not admit that unification could never bo achieved by peaceful He said we may face a con siderable period of delay but I have confidence that people us loyal to their traditions as the Koreans will find way to unify ffTAto Hghjdle County Polio CampaignHMotNers March Set Tipton county 3 participation in tin campaign to collect funds to combat polio were discussed Tues day night by Infantile Paralysis j i Ii tiori tbs most practical and fea His message to Congress day calling for revision of the Taftr Hartley labor llaw gave the impres1 plans to c Tip sion that he favored prestrikc ton rura residents hnri lots under government iausi Comn Chairman Hi j Alexander J Continued on page 6 president of Prairie Handling the campaign in Wild cat townshjp is a Windfall Kappa Delta of which Alton Brown is This ittec mith rural residents throughout the county in i an effort to surpads the collected last A JMotherj March is being arranged i for th tive year throu and date for it i Heading second i conseoa hout lhe Jan l ies in The night of the Tipton residents are asked to turn on their porch lights if they desire tj make a All blocks in the city will be as in other county store manager in Connersvillc take Hankins said he is ieavin Dnner Brothers 17 organization been associatec altog managed a D mnen or tcj which he has ing the Ipast He formerly store in and pr that had worked for the Morris five and ten ceiit A native of Han kins now resides at 316 South Main street with his Jvife and two child Disposal Pni i i Burial Editors 1 A portuni of Mayor Hiatts ye report deals vitji the disposal and the garbage burial systen by the j and thosp area are material covered in todays Disposal jMay 1 one of the pumps tliat transfe age from the i cistern unde pump house jtoj the settling was in One 250 will i the with dur ither organization j of the funds collection is Tipton dentist who cam paign County chjiirman of the Foundation is Phillip They met with unit heads in Dr Smiths Plans call canvass of Tip and towns in the cpunty be jtween 5 and 7 on January All during that ParentTeacu ers association inqmbelrs will be contacting rural residents in the I Ralph president of Tipjton JuniorSenior hish I at tended tile Tuesjday night meeting and presented plans for the drive to his unit later jin the County PTA j units represented were by Chester whose husband is and and Paul treasurer and respec arid Quentin vice t Gar beige at Dump Tola in Report i The cabinet memoer added that he is going to the Berlin confer ence of the Big Four foreign min isters set for 25 with the hope that the parley wil brin about the unification of He said we have got to have these hopes but I would not put a calendar date on the realization j of the Dulles appeared before the com mittee to urge ratification of the Korean which he said is firm notice to the Communists that they will be met with resistance if they start another Korean He said the Korean Reels that they would be opposed only by a small South Korean military He emphasized that the pad is aimed at preventing any re newal of the Communist aggres sion by serving clear and un equivocal notice that South Korea Collectors may turn in their moni wjj R0f stand alone in the fac ey the same night at the Citizens j of an National bank where Martin will be on duty to receive funds and tabulate County Retains Ail Agricultural Officers for 1954 Officers of the Tipton County Agricultural incorpor retained for an result of an anj the Association at Tipton high ated have been other year as the nual meeting of Monday evening These officers include Bert William vice president Glenn and Six directors were elected by tbese respective townships and new directors include Russel Sals bery and Thomas Liberty and Sherman of Wildcat retained for another year include Dora Wildcat township Glenn The pact pledget the and Korea to come to each others aid in event either is said also that the pre armistice understanding be tween his the govern ment of South Korean President Syngman Rhee have been carried out by both parties plant used installed and that part of the plant Madison township Hoov was back in The sludge digesteiWas filled up with grav and jother uhdigestable that had collected over the On Junp the digester only sewj the basin pump arid the been rein and found n 1 were worn fiom long pumps were They received new impellers needed On May 19 tlie was returned arid installed a June 12 the 25JOgallon pump on as iile At At 55 Im pe a inger At per Atj At 85 m t per irning i f I was cleaned and put back in opera The approximate cost of this operation was aiound All sewers had been blocked off to permit the repair were un blocked and whole i system put back into The State Bpard of Health gave Tipton a good Imark upon the oper ation of he plait as if at as its ca pacity woihld but it and we aljT know that it is not big enough forthe present Both the population and sewage per capita since the There It sornet is another rnes seemb that the plant must prscess than the water Wrks i This can be understod in rainy j but it 1 Continued on pages SHOT IN shot to shortly wirrei a rejtorl in a net the quantity of have increased building of the puzzling thing Allison J pres Warren coun death P fterju soliee said hat 1 jiv his COURT Judge dent judge s reported courtroom they received Cicero 1 Hoover and Russell Salsbery were elected for a term of three Thomas Harper was elected for a term of two and Sher man Bolinger was elected for one The treasurers report stated that the association has Jn the The finance commit tee report showed the following for the financial contributions ftfrom the townships and Tipton As of January 1954 there is in the building Plans are underway for the erec tion of a swine shelter as soon as the association plans to construct as much of the Com munity building as possible with the j Other directors of the associa include Roy Clarence arid Clarabelle Chap Emergency Brake Burns A hot emergency brake on the city dump truck necessitated the Attention of the Tipton fire depart ment at The brake abldge duel firemen extifi tetraeh incident at hi city Soil Testing Takes Guess Work Out of Fertilizer Analysis Soil testing will take most of the guess work out of what analysis of fertilizer put on the soil states county agent The Agronomy department of Purdue university can offer far mers a more efficient kind of soil testing for and The department is able lo determine amcunt oflime re quired to place yotr soil in proper The amount of available phos may be Clary the available potash is reported on each Soil sample mailing car and information sheets may be obtained at the County Exten sion office without There is a charge of SO cents for sample for testing the The report received from the Agronomy department following testing gives the amount of lime the available the available and the rec ommended analysis and amounl of fertilizer to app Two recommendations for fer tilizer are made one for what is called low and the other for high The low application is for the minimum ap plication for good crop The high application is for the pur pose of correcting the soil defic iences for high Walter Hubbord Arrested For Improper Parking Walter route was arrested Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Paul Grimme for parking his car on the pavement of Berry man about i mile north of i f The car was parked for a long period of parly on and part ly off the i Grimme said he received a aunjber ef com plaints about the   

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