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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana County Women can tievcf fessful as mew Thifey liave wives to advise that SeWei Mefetter of the Family 1 i 144 Sixteen Pages City r EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday February 3 I 9 Financial Backing Proposed Two Sections Seven Centt Unsafe Schools REDS DELAY U S ARMY CONVOY HARRISBURG Public Instruction Departj ment tpday suggested thatj priority be given in state naneial aid for replacing school buildings considered j fire hazards The suggestion came from Dr Ralph Swan deputy public in struction superintendent at a Sen ate committee hearing on the re cent crash drive against Pennsyl vania school buildings considered unsafe from fire and other haz ards Dr Swan said his department would submit legislation that would grant top priority on State School Building Authority funds for construction of buildings to re JpIace ones structurally unfit for jafety modifications i in each case Dr Swan pointed out the priority would be granted only if tho school district proved that it was unable to house the school children in any other1 building I However Ihe School Building Authority now has no funds andi all the legislative action on prior ities would hinge on appropria fjtions to the authority by the cur rent legislature William L Batt Jr labor and industry secretary told the com mittee his department has ordered 712 Pennsylvania schools to make chunges that would bring them within state safety regulations Of this number he said only 150 schools have been deemed in need of major structural chan ges to meet state In each case tile schbpl officials were given a certain jtjjjie In which to make the mljor and minor changes or have all or part of their building closed Appropriate Arrival Date WASHINGTON AP Ire lands President Sean T OKelly will arrive here St Patricks Day for talks with President Eisenhower and other govern ment officials OKelly will be in the United States for ten days and after talks in Washington will visit other sections of the country Integrate By D B CORNELL RICHMOND Va AP I WiU integrated cl announced later a s s opened uneventfully today es in six public schools in Norfolk continued without hjici 200 miles to tne north in County i An allusion to the rlig jgers came from a cluster ot jwhite lads at one Norfolk high school That was the nearest thing to an incident MASON CITY Iowa AP in either community as Three singers and a pilot were Unixing got its first 1ullscfale i killed early today when in the classrooms j chartered plane crashed in a light I attomnt to snow northwest of here an attemPt to Three Singers jDie In Crash Airplane nte The singers were identified as Buddy Holly 22 Ritchie r i ran AD DREY CAN STILL SMILEActress Audrey Hepburn gives uyt with1 a big srnjie despite her cracked back after arriving by plane yesterday from purango Mexico The spreading plans for T will be cominii to 21 and J P Rehardson knowna nexr f professionally as the Big office a j The fourplace plane was char to red from the Dwyer Flying Ser jvice of Mason City Tlie pilot was Roger Peterson of The three singers lasfwetSr was thrown from S horse working on a movie on location near Durango Her husband actor Mel Ferrer beliefs over the injured actress Ferrer who eral Assembly The Assembly couldnt find a integration entirely in a fiveday special session which came to an nigh Police kept vigil today at the SeV Page 2 Col 6 However Batt emphasized thatj accompanied his wile oh the sevenhour flight from Duraugu in each case the school officials said he thinks shell be walking in three weeks AP Wirephotu may appeal to the State Indus trial Board for an extension of time on their ordered While this extension is under conj are allowed to remain open discjosed that only two schools were ordered closed com pletely after hearings before the board He identified them as the Boswell Elementary School Bos well Somerset County and the Dale Building in Bellefonte j These other schools also werei ordered to close one Soviet Defense Boss Warns On Missiles at a ballroom in Clear Mon day night and were on f tonight ij j A j ITlie plane burned when it T16 6 C crashed in a field on the Albert jSoX5 Kills Vincent Other members of the troupe which appeared at Clear Lake had left after the show bv chartered i Astor Today a lew student laughing far in the rear Betty Jean Reed leaves Grariby High School yesterday in Norfolk first day as the only Negro pupil assigned to the school was one of six Norfolk closed since last fall to open on an integrated basis AP Wirephoto bus for Fargo They are Dion and NEW YORK As tor 67yearold multimUliotjaire By A I GOLDBERG MOSCOW AP Soviet Defense Minister Rodion vance preparations Jerry Dwyer owner of the fly ing service set out to look for the i party when no word came back j from his pilot He was j several hours because of early morning fog The trip to Fargo had been exing launched one of thls s heart in aPartment I P I Astor whose fmr trad Acosta Elemen said the great inherited an esti peeled to take about 3 hours r mated 75 million Union has intercontinental k n Ly Acosta St Marks Parochial inissllef that can deliver hydrogen bomb warheads VlOrO YUITIPS board appeals Acostaj 6t f MivrviiiMt Altoona pinpoint accuracy Elementaiy and Jonestown Ele The Soviet marshal told the 21 si congress of the Soviet mentary both in Lebanon party that the West wants to unleash war with Chairman Paul L weapons but this is an outdated RSchuylkill suggested thai the See FinncialFage 2 Col 1 Flooded Mine W3S Sparkman Predicts OK To Housing Bill John Sparkman DAla said today he is confident his omnibus housing Within Sight Of Border BERLIN Soviet Union today held a U S Army convoy of four cargo j trucks and five soldiers on the East German autobahn j with in sight of the West Ger man border The cortvoy was ehroute from Berlin to West Germany The Army charged that the j convoy had been detained for more than 24 hours with the ob vious intention of creating an in cident on the 110mile The Rad army was handed two stern protests and demands for immediate release But the Soviet Union brushed off the protests Negotiations for release of the convoy bogged down The corporal in charge refused Soviet demands Monday night for inspection of the open cargo of jeeps on the trucks He and his men spent the night muffled in blankets in the trucks The Army unit at the Helmstedt checkpoint just over the border in West Genxuwy was meaig TT pdss oittLjrf West Bernof Ort the 110mile East Germany but it at the checkpoint at Marienbprn at just as it was ready to cross into West Germany The autobahn is the road link from the West to Allied garrisons in isolated West Berlin See 2 Col 5 Say Student Killed Away lbi11 wil1 move trough the Senate without reductions similar size was cut last GRE SBURG Hire School jSoccer Pool Fire Guards In Altoona pools coupon for a twocent bet a world record He correctly ALTOONA Pa Almalcnes on one toona School Board will hire a did it with his watchman to keep a close watch this week on sixschools listed by the state Gault 54 sent in DO selections as fixe hazards each costing twopence In taking the action last The first thing Gault did was to the board said the watchman quit his a would be retained only until the sveekas a railroad worker philanthropies Astors father John Jacob We have more perfected weap1 lyiMICjni perished in the sinking of the he continued PITTSTON Pa AP Knox steamship Titanic in 1912 rockets long middle and close Coal Co crews hoped to get in opi Thc son broke of llis college IT range that can carry their i oration today six more pumps torisludies to manage the familys n hydrogen charges toany point ondraining the firms flooded river Properties as the riches boy j KlQlCUlOUS LONDON the very point foi slope mine at nearby Port the world er James Gault today won J mh Astor grai pounds on a soccer v of Soviet at the scene where 12 room could accommodate only The Banking Committee approved SparkmanY compro inise measure Monday after rejecting efforts of Republicans than near the small stream in to increase funds for slum clearance Floor debate on the bill begins which her body was found says Dist Atty Richard E McCor mick of Westmoreland County f s grandmother was the reif D j min So far the lone sinking pump innowned social fi8ure whose j ball1WIIIO M Wednesday Mike Mansfield He exPressed the opinion Mon assistant majority as authorities continued an said night sessions would belinvestiSation illto the death of i held if necessary to get the measiMarda Cordon of shawtown a jure through this week j sophomore at Nocwin HighSchool The bill first major piece oft of Marcias body Sat legislation on the Senate floor thislurday in a shallow stream j j fiveday Yoney she had over t h e n Sparkman measure eoesineao WIta a Dluni instrument and i depth is 500 feet preparing to leave for his vpnterHs Port Arthur refinery to the 650000 criminally assaulted j Until the water level is reduced phoeillx AIZ at a huge loss last year new money authorizations asked Many have I considerably search parties can lhe Astorborn wyijami forma statement was the President tioned bX in the case but inot begin their task Robert Astor was an ardent sued in the currenl strike of Nevertheless Sparkman said he none has been held v f 411 11 V 1U11L IIXV UJ li t PHTSBURGH AP Funeral Groves Knox superintendent said yachtsman and made many chemical Atomic Workers hazards can be permanently elim And Im off to New Zealand were held today for Horhe didnt know when this point f to the soulh seas to collect Union whjch shut down inated through repairs Plans call to join my said uce Chrisman one of the oldest would be reached f M iery a week ago for him to make a constant check ipioneers of the natural gas indus Once the sinking pumps have 195h he pilots his own yacht The jss previously lu b I rv a Itn nff A t ot the buildings during school 3 i i i i LeV6lS Home ry repairs nude within 30 Ihe s or the I1M 1 V I f tOfJUt C V JMllQl V made headway giant airlift a hurricane off job redas Sunday in Shadypumps will be put in operation to la 1C coast The firm said it suueestcKl a pro Q4 H lia H Ko n 1 I tt a tin MIC cLi ii7 cc room house of years as an inventor engineer idled by the waters which ran j VCSSCI vvrts lw nasj efficient manner Gulf officials now gas equipment number of interconnecting tunnels lht United States when this under the Wyoming Valley j See 2 Col 4 WrPrkc VV feCKS A bravn dog with i An explo The patents The board said materials for was rmanent repairs cannot be re ceived for six to eight weeks The kl AH e A board said temporary repair work i IMP iNeUTOflCS Wonted 5OV CXDeftS plus permanent repairs would cost about Robert Hare school bourd so licitor said he will contact the Labory and Industry Department to ascertain if the wajchman plan is acceptable Oddballs Not Wanted For Space Flight ol Butler Mrs Anna Gallagher said she pears well kept The owner may started to light a stove and the The charge brought a denial claim hy calling HO 58855 after explosion occurred She was not Troni J Elro Brown district s injured jOCAW representative j Fire Chief John Stutz of East j If what Gulf said is Homer City Legion party tonite Butler blamed the explosion oa j Brown said they would file un57 Midgets 44 Robins 144x an accumulation of gas fair labor practices against the i union union for featherbedding j JThe TaftHarlley law specifically i prohibits featherbedding There First Christian Church By KAY by space authorities Air Force the resources of psychology will On hands and knees WASHINGTON AP If you Brig Gen Don Flickiager a medbe used to make sure the winner shores of the Cape Verde is A special Congregational meetuunl lo yt in space ical expert who is helping select is on the beam he studied the habits of cutt The tests will be so rugged that He dug up the bones of ei fore the union denies the state inent of the the Gulfs statement cited these ex ands amples of what it ralltvJ lealher efish bedding A tuol employe wishing to has been called for Feb 17 nmsl fist the guvfuture space travelers explains 1959 at p m at the Church trnineni you are not an oddball A voyager among the planets must millions would flunk conanimals on the pampas of kouch mark a bin with symbols to idea Jhe purpose of the meeting is to No neurones Ihais the he stable calm and sider two examples out of the America and wondered al the lity its contents must cull another approve a resolution respecting word Moreover pllSl marvelous variations in the finchworker to do the job the disposal ol church property Jhere had been talk that a We must reject those who al Case No 1Charles Darwin es of he Galapagos I An employe using a portable air ur even a though able to give a good ac As a young man Darwin didnt Back home in England he spent compressor must call another start the compressor laborer who wishes to unlast loeated at 1005 Wayne Ave By order of the Official Board W MHrtin Pri imn tQ into rouin ol do so pridu very well at Cambridge Unimore than two decades rnLlding man 10 s F t HarkleM sw OJIL A Ph Su88ested that aimrily to prove something to versity failed at medicine and an enormous array of facts into A lahon diKiKM act schizophrenic being wrapped up themselves or Uie world They are watted time following the great theory of evolution This en skids A otvl f I I l 1 i Inside The Gazette POINT OF William L IngiMsull comments today un the iecenlly approved school jointure See pugi 6 SPORTS Read Gazette Spurts Kdituf John Hurwieks eoknnii ttiday oft 11 cuncvniitig luclianu and iViuiuu Ctuitei baskelball t tains Other Features in himself and withdrawn from fairly bad from a piece of equipi But there were no psychologists theory revolutionized the ojtlook ment must call another employe Mirror Allstate battery 2 yr guar Only l e W0fldl niltlu not mind the So candidates for the job of or personality questionnaries in of much of mankind on all living to do so Sears Roebuck Co 146x cramped quarters and Mercury astronaut 110 possible his day So in 1831 he got a berth things The Gulf statement boredom o life in a space capones already have been selected as a naturalist aboard H M S But Darwin was not a well man said as ridiculous as these may be by the governments bound on a fiveyear the Beagle he waj seasound they are only a few AHlney around the Seriaus Beauty Salon will Closed until Feb 16 The suggestion has been vetoed i tough Cuiulo 3 1415 It Siwktf 4 6 10H t 4 f See 3 tol 3 ajnples ol many ex WEATHER Cloudy and windy with light snow tonight changiiif to flurries Wednesday Low lomjhl 20 to High lo 60 21   

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