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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 22, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                ef the Family fc muter trt of tenoring ywif troubles tha smaller TwanFyfeur Paqss Held In Slaying Of Only Son 18 45yearold unemployed miner is being held in the fatal shooting of his only sonwho police said went to the aid of his mother during a farrjily quarrel Victim of the shooting was Stephen Ralph Bamoskyi 18yearold high school student Police said the youths father Stephen Barnosky shot his son with a rifle yesterday afternoon as the boy fled through the front door of their home near Barnesboro Ike Support For GOP Drive The bullet passed through the glass of the door and a storm door before striking the youth in the right side William Spotts Assistant police chief of Barr jTwpJ quoted Pris chilla Barnosky one of Barno skys three daughters as saying her fatherhad beett drinking and DES MOINES Iowa picked a fight withj her mother demand that President Eisenhowj She said Barnosky became ang er contribute unremitting politij erecj the M went to his cal efforts toward a ta few minutes and then the father party comeback in 1960 won rous ordered his son to ijiave the house ing support today from members When young Barripsky failed to tmnltr f n the partys national committee Rep Richard Simpson of Penn his father weht upstairs and returned with a JO06 caliber 1 2 Schools Get Orders To Close HARRISBURG AP The De own phrases to challenge what he j Priscilla told police she grabbed partment of Labor and Industry implied was lack of White House the rifle ran outside and broke itjtoday ordered 12 more schools sylvania chairman of the Rerifle publican Congressional Campaign It young Comniittee was cheered loudly I out the front door when he used one of Eisenhowers j fired through the ghss Barnosky ran and his father KITTANNING FLOODED TODAY autds and street submerged by water cooperation in party efforts by striking it on the ground i A Chairman Meade Alcbrn hadi Young Barnoskytfell in th eclosed A drive to eliminate fire read to the committee a corner of the porch with his back from Eisenhower saying that pojand head resting agjunst the closed activity must be a matter banister When police wee f unremitting 1 was glad to hear Presir dentrsay told a publicsession of the nationalcomj mittee now call upon thej White House to give us some of those unrejnitting political We have been doing that for a long i f call upon the White House j to state the longrange purpose of hjjhe Republican party to make a its principles I anil getting sick and tired of going around the country and having they found the olde in his home See and other hazards The schools are Photos by Slpos V f i West Pehna Inundated owing By The Associated Press Rainswollen icechoked rivers and creeks overflowed their banks in many sections of western Pennsylvania today dlC t Allegheny Westmoreland flooding continued to plague many parts of the Srhruil fnr l Elementary School 4 Coi 8 Classes LITTLE ROCK Ark AP people say Where does the ReMost Little Rock high schopl stu publican party stand j dents and their parents apparently We ought to get back to the are resigned to finishing this principles of Abraham Lincoln if without public schools despite rej we dowe can win the election in cent court moves to reopen the Barnosky al New He reportedly Brighton third floors Nichplas McKeesport burgtJijnioY High annex second and third floors South West Ele mentary Greensburg Blair Rosary Pa rochial Altoona first and second floors Adams Elementary Al toona second floor St Marys Pa rochial Altoona second and third floors Miller Elementary Altoona second floor Central City Elemen Milesburg Annex Gratz facilities immediatqly Its too late to dp any good this Simpson veteran head of the House Campaign Committee said one mother My ised GOP candidates last yearBilly is settled at a private school to campaign on issues they hell probably stay there be lived compelling in their districts couldnt be sure the pub without reference to the Eisenlie hower administration stand on are reopened those issues Barge Knocks Out Bridge At Freeport FREEPORT Pa run state for tne second day At least death to Hundreds were evacuated from their homes Damage probably will millions of dollars Mapy roads near the rampaging Allegheny and Shenango rivers were temporarily closed by high water Schools in some tcommunj ties suspended classes for the day Flood waters spilled unto base ments and first floors of homes and businesses Some industrial plants and factories were forced to suspend pperations Runaway barges banged into at j schools here today to out School Heads Discuss Plans In Closings HARRISBURG atives of more than two dozen least three bfidges spanning the Allegheny The FreeportCarvers ferry bridge lost one of its four spans to a drifting barge The oth er two bridges were in Pittsburgh one was closed to traffic for a while as a precaution Flooding along the Allegheny wwu t t V I V IW f Ji A i I t ic schools would stay open if they away barge knocked out one ofand lts tnbutares began last night ire the four spans of the Freeportas mases of loosened by un The speaker was representative a7ers fer7 today Selection in Washington of Sen of thousands of parents who first ge was tlie one sPanninS Barry Goldwater of Arizona a looked on school clking as a tern1 the Alle8heny between Ford City conservative to head the Repubpojy measare but who now are nd Tarentum a distance of about lican Senatorial Campaign Comiprepared to extend mittee also was applauded by the national committee members Three Point Housing Bill Asked By Ike WASHINGTON AP The ucational provisioi emergency ed s indefinitely certainly through tljis school year Caught in a masjsive battle be tween federal and state govern ments on the school integration question LittlfJ Rock students 20 miles The span knocked out was on the Ford City side of the river No reported injuries were reported The barge broke its moorings above the bridge and was swept seasonably warm temperatures started moving down the river Backwater from resulting jams caused flooding at Warren Oil City Franklin Parkers Landing East Brady Monterey Kittanning and other places north of Pitts burgh At Sharon the Shenango River reached the foot stageat 10 tills week finished first semesterrainswollen along by the swift current in the am todayThat is foot above river It struck aflood 5ta8eA crest of 18 feet was work in schools in communi ties Some more are nearing midterm at newly organized pri vate schools here mornine morning steelgirder construction It was a principal route for school Eisenhower administration urged Negroes remain oit of classes aljllpL I Congress today to enact a threetogether jienginy aeiours housing bill speedily then I Community sentiment is divided take its time in considering more on the school Many prefer controversial housing proposals jthat the schools remain closed if This suggestion seemed unlikelyintegration is the only alternative to find any favor with the Demo The Little School Board cratic leadership which hasplanshas asked the Dist Court to pass a single measure of itshere to permit reopening of the own creation far more costly and schools on a segregated basis until broader than the administration1 it can develop a phin for operating wants i them in a both From the Democratic to the court and residents of the1 ic twobill plan has this ack I Presumably such a plan would1 Once President Eisenhower had have to provide for some degree received legislation to meet whatOf integration under standing court he culls emergency needs it orders i would be much easier for him to On the other hand the National veto any second bill containing Assn for the Advancement of Col provisions he did not consider to Ored People has asked the court be essential t0 overturn a state law under Norman P Mason federal Faubus closed the schools ing administrator asked for quick and to olvler imniediate jeopening stone abutment oefore ripping out i exPected today Most down the span iin8 when not acting He The bridge 50 years old is from reissue of Police said Switzer had gone to the home of a friend M Stiltz See DistrictPago 4 Col 3 line what action they intend tak ing rather than have their school buildings closed as fire hazards The three member industrial board headed Jay William L Batt labcf and industry secretary Will final decisions on wheth er the SQloois shall obey orders tq close issued during fye last two weeks by the department We have no idea what the final outcome will be but there is some possibility the plans of some of the school officials wont meet with requirements of tlje Batt said In such cases he noted the schools will be partially or fully closed as fire hazards A total of 73 schools have been given orders to close either all or part of their buildings or make necessary changes to comply with fire safety regulations In each case the schools were given the close orders because they had open stairways in the buildings Murderer Guilty In He Case RATON Peterson 26 Spokane was convicted Wednesday of murder in beating of a Pennsylvania motorist He is to be sentenced next week in district court A hours before finding him guilty of first degree jury recom mended life in prison Victim of the assault was Perry Peter DeSalle 50 of Blairsville Pa His body was found south of Raton Nov Also charged in the death is FJoyd W Hines 32 of Bowling Green Ky He is to be tried later A statement taken by the FBI from Peterson and read by the prosecution said both Peterson and Hines beat DeSalle over the head with a rock The statement said DeSalle had picked up the two men in his car in Indiana and brought them out west to for jobs State Of Emergency Declared 500 Persons Removed From Homes Special to the Gazette from Staff correspondents KITTANNING Icejammed and heavy rains the Allegheny River backtreaded over its banks and spilled into Kittanning early today forcing city officials to declare a state of Seventyfive to 80 families were evacuated from their homes in the dark hours of the morning when rising water isolated them from the rest ofthe community About 500 persons were taken to emergency relief centers set up in local fire halls There have been no casualties Damage from the flood will run into thousands of dollars accord ing to Chamber of Commerce of ficials About onethird of the towns business section was flood ed early today One town official said the flood was worse than that of 1936 Wil liam Aye borough engineer offer ed this opinion because of the tons of ice that were dumped in the town About 30 blocks 6f under water at the height of the flood Officials hopedat noon to day that the worst is over1 arid said the water has been subsiding The city was cut off about four hours when Routes 422 and 68 the principal traffic arteries were in undated All highways were re portedly open by 6 oclock this morning although a plunge in the See 4 Col 4 f ft Star Stem SAN FERNANDO Calif Actor Carl Alfalfa frecklefaced wideeyed movie star as a shot to death Wednesday Police said the shooting had occurred during an man over money Switzer was a favorite of movie goers a generation ago when he appeared in Our Gang and Reglar Fellers comedies He became known again with reissue of the films to television under the title The Little But in recent years his movie parts had been minor arid he worked as a bartender and hunt See 4 Col 3 Trapped In Cab BEAVER FALLS Pa AP A tractortrailer traveling west on the Pennsylvania Turnpike crashed through a bridge early today and plunged into ver River 400 feet from the base of the span The rig settled on the river bottom Police and firemen said the driver was jnissing presum ably trapped in the cab of the truck Efforts were being made to raise the vehicle action on a threepoint pgogram in to the Senate Banking jmmitlee This group had ali No CJassesiPajjse 4 Col J ready laid plans for fast action onl nnk inn Pnr Pot housing legislation ruf rei r Ice Rink Open A medium sized black hair young rousebroken end wonderful with chi dren is looking I for a good home Anyone interest The ice skating rink at the jn having the dog may phone S Mack Community Center will1 HO 56134 f be open this afternoop and eve Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx Co Allstate batterid 24 mo guar Only ex Sesrs Roebuck dog with long BABGE S3USHES INTO FBEEPORT BRJDGJSA runaway barge left this gap in the Freeport bridge which presses the Allegheny The barge rammed out the span nearest the Freeport side severing Route 356 which the bridge links The barge was cut loose today when icejammed Allegheny River flooded out docks alonjf its banks Freeport was one of many valley areas hit by early today iTarentum Valley Daily News Photo US Seeks Hoxsey Cash PITTSBURGH Fed eral government seeks payment of in court costs levied against the former Hoxsey Can cer Clinic in Portage Pa The U S Attorneys office filed a judgment in U S District Court Wednesday seeking to force the clinic to pay the money Former officers of the defunct clinic claim they are unable to pay They include John J Halus ka a former state senator and former administrator of the clinic A federal grand jury in 1956 ruled the government had the right to seize the clinics pills on grounds they were misbranded as being effective in cancer treat ment The clinic was closed last fall as a result of the verdict Saylor Requests Armstrong Co As Disaster Area KITTANNING John Saylor R of Johnstown Pa said today he is asking the White House to declare Arm strong County a disaster area be cause of the havoc created by flood conditions Saylor made the announcement after a personal inspection Dead As Storm w Laishes COLUMBUS Ohio flood death toll climbed to 10 day and further fatalities were expected as reports of missing persons came from many sectors Property damage was estimated in the millions as the state reeled under Its greatest deluge in more than a quarter century The raging rivers were subside ing but a cold wave moved In tp t add misery to the thousands of persons evacuated from inundat ed homes Traffic was hampered every where as the high waters washed put bridges and surged over highways New Main St Parking lot next to Social Security Office By month day hour Phone 56955 127128133134 uees began trickling back to their homes Thousands however were still being cared for by relief agencies which set up emergency quarters in schools lodge halls and other buildings Two persons died as a car plunged off the road into the wa ter near Marysville Five lost their lives as a rescue boat turned near Cleveland Single drownings were reported at Ven ice Lebanon and Newark i At least two other men were lieved drowned as trucks left tho road and sank in canals near Cleveland Up to eight persons were report ed in an automobile which disap peared beneath the water neac Cincinnati Mount Vernon hardest Wt of the central Ohio cities started to dig its way put of silt and debris as waters receded after forcing some from their homes Conditions also eased somewhat in East Cleveland Columbus Mansfield Lima Wooster Kejiton Buchrus Hamilton Newton Falls Dayton Springfield aud other communities but many downstate cities were still menaced as the waters raced toward thf Ohio River Inside The Gazette AGRICULTURAL The need of manpower in agriculture is the topic efHel Boyle today in his column on page 6 CLASS A LEAGUE Marion Center Methodists took undisputed lead of the Indiana County Class A League This and other sports ou pages 16 and 17 Offter Features aon U 4 It U I FORJECAST with snow flurries toMght Tepperftlpyurei ifaUinf middle 20s Low tonight zero to 3 above Friday mess and colder snow flurries and   

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