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   Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 16, 1954, Tipton, Indiana                                WEATHER FORECAST Show in Rain changing to snow in rest of Colder with falling Entered as Second Class Matter at Pustoffice at Tip STILL SMILING gned from sbn against in Wash 58 f 90 TIPTON SATURDAY JAN UN THREE WINTERS UPHOLSTERY BACK FROM THE ATLANTIC wjith a halfload of fish frozen by thej Charlotte M is shown being cleared of ice on deck arid bridge1 in New Yoifk One of the crew was injured in an accident at so the fishing boat had to put into port with only Half of her usual load so the crewman could be placed in a hospital for j International I 1 Swimming Noted Season Termed Success Editors Note The citysi park is discussed in the final portion of Mayor William Hiarts report on administration accomp lishments during Euipmenf is listed at the close cf detailed work done at the park an J swimming Park Proper Last spring th opening of the though schec uled for May actually took place not all thi equipment was Most of Aiken Sees Farm Prices Up After Ikes Message ivas ready by the time it was ac tually needed and the park expel ienced a most successfulseasor at least measured by the numbe of people who used In times the park has bee i placed in the class of a o at least something the City doejs not have to Like an auto we could get along without but again like an a lot of people use This all furnaces were re though four have since been maliciously torn down and will have to be I still nev er cease to wonder at citizens who will allow children to destroy their own Majority of tables have been re paired broken and decayed por tions replaced and All markers and signs have been re Fourteen dead elm trees have been cut and sawed up for use in the The purchase of the tractor and new mowers enabled the park per sonnel to keep the mowing and trimming under fair control during the Swimming Pool After a success ful ths equipment is in to 6Inch Snow Expected rn East WASHINGTON Wash Weather Bureau saidtoday in a special advisory that three to six inches of snow is expected this afternoon in northeastern Pennsylvania and southern New York The advisory said that a dis turbance is becoming stronger in the East and is expected to move offthe Virginia coast in the after The Weather Bureau said warningshave for the area north of to and to north of K YJ about as good condition for next year as it can be without major Before opening last the remains of the j old high slide were safety sea diving boards were inspect ed and two new ones were put in The pool was lined for racing meets before it was filled with This it was necessary to re place 23 window panes I broken out by vandals and the j entire interior of the I bath house was We should like to paint the pool and the baby pool before next Scout Cabin Exterior painted tijvo gutters cleaned and all windows and doors re paired and new screens set Park Residence All trim and windows gutters cleaned and Tennis Courts cleaned off and new nets but too late for much Will be ready as early las weather will permit in Continued on page 6 WASHINGTON INS Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman George Aiken R declare4 that stiffening farm prices in the past week are the best evidence of the Tightness of President flexible farm price support Aiken said farm prices rose in the wake of the Presidents Mon day farm message to Congress with a resultant boost of onehalf of one percent in the farm The senator began action on Eisenhowers overall farm pro gram recommendations by intro ducing a bill to give the Commod ity Credit Corporation an addi tional one and threefourth billion dollars in borrowing authority for this He said this will be the first farm legislation to be considered by his unit after it hears Agri culture Secretary Ezra Taft Ben sons testimony next Benson is to report on the Agri cultural outlook in a public ate hearing Aiken emphasized that no new legislation would be necessary to puta flexible support program in effect since the 1949 Agricultural becomes automatically effective again next January upon expiration of the present manda tory support law carries such But he told a reporter he will push for enactment of a new flex ible support embodying the most acceptable flexible program Congress can Thus administration leaders will be position of taking affirma tive action while having the stra tegic advantage of a similar pro gram being already on the statute Aiken conceded that a simple amendment on one of his early farm continuing the present 90 percent price would have wide appeal in an election year he said I dont put any stock in all these bloodshed Let em blow off I think well find acceptance for the Presidents pro Its very significant that the price of farm commodities has stiffened since the Presidents Tfiat doesnt indicate any If we were going to lower farm prices under the flexible program I wouldnt be likely to advo cate Neither would the farm i Authorities Act to Splve 7 Burqlaries Tipton and Indiana state police are running down all leads today in efforts to catch the gang of burglars who looted seven Kenipton business houses early Friday The as experi enced thought to be three in robbed four of the busi nesses of cracking four safes and doing j a quick job through the small Tipton county commun feather Reports Tailored to Zones NDIANAPQLIS INS The weather reports which Indiana citiies and towns receive soon will be tailored more exactly to their geographic That was revealed by chief of the weather bureau in Bertrand said that early this yelar he hopes to place into opera tion in Indiana the socalled zone bajsis for preparing and releasing weather The plali al hasbeen put into suc in Illinois and a few other he1 the Indiana would be divided into six or seven and a forecast j prepared whicp wjjuld be applicable to each Bertrand promised that when the zone plan is placed into mlaps and other data will be pre showing each city in its i Mental Health Survey Set INDIANAFJOLIS INS governor Gsbrge ciraig announced today ttat the American Psychiatric Association foas agreed to suryey Ii dianas entire mental health pro gram and jtb suggest improve 265 Missionaries Captive of Chinese HONG KONG INS Catholic sources in Hong Kong reported today that 265 foreign Roman Catholic missionaries including several Americansfnow are by the Red Chinese Seventyone of these missionaries were said to be in jail the re mainder are believed to be under douse Of the 15 Catholic bishops held by the Peking government eight were reported by the Catholic sources to be in Of the 155 foreign Catholic priests held by the 60 were reported to be as were three of the 10 Catholic Brothers The catholic sources declared that 85 Catholic Sisters were held in all under house Fraternity Initiates Richard Beerbower 716 East Washington senior at Ball State Teachers has been initiated in Beta chapter of Epsilon Pi national honor ary fraternity in i This fraternity brings together the leading men industrial arts so that they may learn to under stand the work of Each member is selected on the basis of balanced personality and promise of becoming a success ful Epsilon Pi Tau has 45 chapters in the United At the Tipton youth is do ing full time student teaching in the industrial Arts department ofEl wood high He willreturn to Ball State campus in March to preparefor graduation in Patents of college studentaria and All but of rom Kemptpn the loot was taken Motor which lost fromits safe Storms where j was stolen from he cash register and the office of Alprodcoj in which in change and currency was Prying open the thieves got nothing in two Webbs drug store and Regal and the Kempton lumber yard office and only in coins from the McWhirt Produce An investigation of these robber ies was undertaken immediately after they were discovered at 7 opening the stores and by Tipton Coun ty Sheriff Jesse Deputy Paul State Trooper Rpbert and State Police DetectiveSergeant Kenneth i of The which had evidently cased the before entering it some time between 1 and 7 did much of the nights work in the Kempton Motor Sales knocking off the com bination of the breaking it open and throwing all contents on the I The robbery was discovered0 at by owner of the II SENATOR Wayne Morse the Republican narty a Dwight i Eisenhower f ington kfter being refu assignments by a 59tq was 81 tp Besijde him Mjbrjses chief the armed services and I I Tiptoh Topp Contest Lost Hardfighting Tiptonlwas tri rimed by Peru 2 Blue Devils Iwent practically less in the final periojl and 1 ninepoint legd built up in th quarter on passi for ed 26 reinstatenent to major committee Senate A year kgo the vote is Senator Estes Kefauver The Oregon independent was on labor margii 4442 at the quarter was to and with a litt than four miijutes on the Dry Yjear Recorded In Indiana for 1953 i was a dry yearj in i Indiana during 1953 according to a report released today by the Wter Resources Divi sion of the Indiana Conservation j December precipitation fell be low increasing the overall i Evansville had inches in December and inches for tha year which was inches below South had for for the year which was below normal Indian apolis had fprj a total of or below Talk fc Death7 to death the proposed St Law rence seaway declares Glenn Beall Mary Beall above told report ers in Washington he was not planning a when we have enough votes to kill the ril atop tie Blue Devilsj alttemptedi a free The freeze was suecessfu with 30 seconds itors tied 4242 onJRay field goal after Tiptons Da had sunk a Ifoul Bi missed a that wouk sent Tipton antlthen Jerry the j j Thompsons two foul sh Peru for Tipton had an excellent cha tie it up again in the closin but the timekeeper clock run out on theni too fas they had time for three the With sixjseconds to went out and the keeper did not stop the clockuntil at one The Blue JDevils threw the back in and Lowell Hupp missed a final shot horn I i Spurt to Leads by and Hupp three down le less the until vis Elorans e Cox Witt have g to agile Bo by Smitson for push shots iocl and sank Temies 18 Cox from the and terrific rebounding did the job for L IDevils Break Away At thelocal all play ing broke away on a set a id a jump gokl from the key hole t y Smitson foxs two Vitts layup on a long pass i and neat push shot by Cox o make1 it In the final qua entrajted I on jun around and under ivere hot tod succe Peru p shots from the fknd sf il because of iTiptorjsj stiff defens rebc untied jvere scoring to tl e hree all fr and he visitors would The most encoura he game was tha s put i nee sec jt the Slill pusles at would made thej difference in a tussle like Jimi was in Lmiform and alto ugh he did not lL i enter the p next wefk play SheridE The pattern of the game s that Tipton dan not stand prospei The home team spurted leads of and 1511 in th ofthe first bn s the lowed o nice but the locals tune of only eej that inevitable that close the thing about man who rotably will see when the Blue n and Second Team Wins second t Continued 01 eatn nicked the Page 6 Rites Henry Miller Planred for 93 r shots by Jim Fakes an and two long shots among oth at a minute and onds of the Blue and lost their to the who thenrjcept that fir a ha ftime As Peru started closii g the gap in second period th Tip toneers lost their easy s L But afterj the half the lads on to play i as they did in the jump j at 2 pj ir al home for Henry r tal died iFriday morn Nursing home in An 0 sec a resilient of the Ai White j i i Revi Lowell Town j Atlanta llethodist ficiate1 at j rites prec iHabbs cemetery yle of Hamilton county lin lying in state at the canie Born of Atl ope Continued on es are planned SJiaffer Funer who Ml City Applied Bonded Delivery Having beftn signed and s of waterworks on deposit in wo enue bonds tore i ton bank awaiting de Monday purch Mayor William Hiatt inf The Tribunal this morning and Ramsay the be City hpll After ths city seal was applied jto the Plkced iii vault in Citizei tional bank for safe keeping bonds ered oh tha day to City corporation il and Raff Hughes incorpo of Upon deliyeryj of thje or Hiatt sajdl tSecityj funds for t ierii and work Q watal begun i laleuVHlenbvatioii and ex rev including i Tip Jrom the is to ivery rmed mt he he ids pirovemenjtj ten iwitiribe in the t JsfNa until lleliv Seci rities May ridceive i i ini mnledlibtelyi at Radeck He was aiita commun pastor of will of dmg burial in irj the Tipton I The body is urieral December age 6 n o Purchaser Ar Sites First54 Case Is Indiana I INDIANAPOLIS firsjt reported case 1954 vjras recorded Indjanapolis girl gamma Health told t Foundjation for Infaiti that the jfamily school girjl appealei to eoribat The girl case as gin jut is familj physician mildja cnged ailsion of the injjn removal be is Girl Indianas cf polio for od ay when in af pealed for of the State tie National le Paralysis 14ye4rold r injections the dise s name wis jidt revealed from Indjjanapolis and a sediher of Action Threatened On Parley Failure Bv ROKliKT PENNELL SEOUL iINSi President Syngman Rhee disclosed today he has given the UnitedNations three months to win Koreas unification through a peace parley before South Korea takes action on its The Republic of Ko rea presdident did not stipulate the date1 of a deadline but his woirds at a Seoul news conference would place it at about April I cant reveal what action will he told but we willj not sit back and wait until we are all sold The 78yearold ROK chief exec utive also made these other points and charges The antiCommunist i North Korean and Chinese war prisoners slated to be returned to the Allied Command by the Indian custodial forces Wednesday will immediately become free men and This was a rejec tion of contention the POWs jshould remain in military Officials of the Economic Co operation Administration in had dissipated some Allies to Free AntiReds on Return by Foe PAN1IUNJOM Allies formally advisee the Indian cus todial authorities in Koreas truce zone tonight thai they will accept delivery of some unrepatri ated antiRed war prisoners Wed nesday but will free them as civil ians immediately after midnight of John United Na allotedifor Korean rehabilitation i tions supreme told without assisting Custodial Chief Communist China is Thimayya m a letter that the Al North Korea by moving Chijllecl insistence on releasing the nese settlers into the country and POWs and their civilian taking North Koreans Rheeistatus has notand will not be charged tliat North Koj reans have Contents of Hulls letter were Relations between South Koj first announced at his Tokyo head rea and Japan are not likely to improve wthin the next The Allied Far Eastern com Rhee said Japan should be feared mander wrote that he disagreed as an aggressor and said we with the conclusions set by would rather go to the Communists Thimayya in a letter to Hull on ing than go back to the Ramon new presi dent of the Philippines will be looked to as a leader of the pro jected antiCommunist union of Asian Rhee we hope Magsaysay will take the and we will The aged President recalled ti previous statement in which he said the ROK government would take unilateral action for Koreas unification after 90 days of a po litical i conference whenever it may This was based on a Rhee ex I made such a poor statement last he that everyone misunderstood stating would deliver th POWs their the Indians the original captors Violation Warning Thimayya also had warned that any oneside release of the pris oners from military custody would violate the Korean armistice as India interprets Taking issue with the Indian the supreme comman der replied that the Allies cannot accept the prisoners with terms of your added Continued on Page G the He County Shares Highway Funds Tipton received and Tip ton from motor vehicle highway it was announced today by State Au ditor Frank Total amount distributed to cit ies and counties was according to International News The highway department got 33 per cent or Counties at 32 per cent got and cities and towns received 15 per or The percent agesare determined by The fourthquartcr la53 distribu tion represents an increase of million over tne same period of j Distributions to cities and towns included Bunker Hill Clinton Hagerstown La fayette Rensselaer Richmond Tip ton West Lafayette Distribution by counties nclud ed Allen Grant Jasper Tippe canoe Tipton Vermillion and Wayne Milleii Jailed on Second Degree Burglary Charge John jEdward of 136 Sweetland is jjeing held in Tipton county jail on the charge of second degree SheriffJesse Owen said the young man brake intc the Guilkey Coal Erie last August and looted a desk drawer of in change will be heldover for court the sheriff Solons to Vote Selves Pay Raise Proposed Sum Cut WASHINGTON Congress appeared prepared today to vote itself a pay rase but probably not as much as recommended by a special salary study A salary commission suggested a year for legislators in stead of the present and Opposition in the House was and M a j o rity Leader Charles Halleck R flatly predicted a raise will be approved by an overwhelming majority of Democrats and Usher Burdick R a staunch opponent of salary said he will not attempt to block the measure within the Ju diciary committee if these condi tions are met Members allow themselves to go on record as for or against the Procedure leaves room for them to vote the boost be ing The raise go into effect next year after all present members have faced their constituents at election The same percentage increase be made in public assistance pay ments to the disabled and Little formal opposition is ex pected in the Senate where the measure setting up the commis sion was sponsored by Ever ett Dirksen R Truckers Plan HayLift INDIANAPOLIS Indi ana Motor Truck Association an nounced today that the haylift for the drought area of Indiana prob ably will be staged 30 and Indianas motor truck operators have agreed to provide free trans portation for hay for the 22 south ern Indiana by last summers drought   

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