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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An lilitfAia Cdutity Newspaper that Every Member of the Family people have much woridttf with anything they deitt 0 Volume 145 Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday February 4 1959 Two Sec fions s Indicates I I For West HELMSTEDT Germany Soviet Union tb Convoy Milloge Up Boro Taxes Hiked Here night released a convoy of Unanimous approval was given to ah increase of four American trucks which in Indiana Borough tax rate at last nights meeting they had held on the routejof bormagh council between Berlin and West1 Councilmen formally approved the 1959 budget which Germany since Monday j an of IVa mills in the general operating The fourtrack c on voyJr to tlle ten mills The debt service mil remains atIVk mills Thus Indiana taxpayers manned by five soldiers Led into West Germany at p in v The United States had rushed diplomatic troubleshooter Findlay Burns here from Berlin for a con ference with the Soviet political adviser to the Red army in Germany i This represented a victory for the United States in its tussle with the Soviet Union over the question I of free access to isolated West The release followed a toplevel j protest from President Eisehhow er who denounced the halting of1 the convoy as a violation of agree ments with the Western Big Three The break in the deadlock came1 as it was learned that the Soviets had held up and inspected a British army truck on the same Berlin highway aivJ at the same point last Monday With lights on the four Army trucks loaded with Jeeps roared past the American checkpoint at llelmstedt without stopping The five soldiers looked solemn after being marooned since Monday in side Communist East Germany i A Soviet spokesman charged that the convoys refusal to bow to Red army inspection controls ai the West German frontier was deliberate and prepared mai j A rapidfire series of pro the fourtruck convoy with its solder guard be allowed to cied immediately The Red army spokesman at East Berlin headquarters said It is now up to the Americans to put this affair in The Soviets are insisting that will be paying mills pro perty taxes in 1959 this higher tax rate is needed to finance the proposed for Last year expen ditures for the borough amounted to i This anticipated increase 11 required to pay for a general operating costs along with the addition of two new po licemen and one parttime police PERISH AS PLANE CRASHES IN NY CITY Ike Urges Reduced ing WASHINGTON AP er today ARRESTED Chiegan Edward in a prison cell in Havana Cuba after hjs arrest on suspicion of plotting to as sassinate retjjel leader Fidel dastro f f i n ii u e n c e UT communists without general war HAVANA AP Fidel Castro The House Armed Services says ambassadors have been Committee before which McElrov the convoy euhcr a low search or running Cuba too o and that was testif subject etrn Ws Joreign interests by pressfngenibm for woman The councilmen also adopted aD WASHINGTON new set of civil service reguIaiFresident Eisenhow tions and heard Burgess G onCongress to provide Denny Marbach make a request higher taxes in every that the rating of lieutenant be Spending bill which would added to the regulations unbalance his 77billiondol Marbach said he felt that witlvlar budget Indiana growing as it is and with Eisenhower told a news H corresponding increase in the conference he is sure the pub See SolonsPage 4 Col 7 does not want tax in jcreases deficit spending and cheapened dollars anclj against excessive ispending if the cost thus was made clear in spending bills i i In obvious warning that he plans appeals to the public to bat he high WAcmMrvnM A sPendin8 Proposal that Congress i WASHINGTON plain brings Eisenhower said grimly warning to the Chinese Commit He means this and he willsay Jti iiusts that the United States wouldoften j jttse atomic weapons in any future His attack was aimed chieflv at war was sounded toia doHaf1 2ay 0f BeiehseNeil housing bill MaEIrQV 1 See 4 j McElroy said it would be against our national interest if i inference were given the Chi nese Communists that we would fght Sec McElroy SaysABomb WillBe Used RedCongress IN l b i i i c toto in diiuwcu v pi nun iur USSUnuiCCS VAW I He oOVlrl lie United States is retorting to slay here only as 0 as they that the United Steles is remainCommunist Partys 21st congress that the Soviets have no right to benefit the ing prepared 0 fignt limited as appeared nearing its end SI RVIVOR Bioichnu tiom a cut ovoi his an nnidtnUUod mail waiks plank from tugboaj Tt It Jr nnoi ho i ivoni the Kst of a one ot til paisongcis on the plane AP Plane Missing Aboard search the truck interiors fourpower agreements See 4 Col under Order Nine To White School ALEXANDRIA Va Dist Judge Albert V Bryan to We must be economically we asgeneral wars the revolutionary leader told listeners Tuesday in Guantanamo only 27 miles from flicts are maintained but the big naval base ne went to say that a conflict A sign of Cubas weakness as a scale of tlie Korea nation he said was the fact that not be considered today as Pravda the party newspaper Federal Police Wicked ThingsIke seven ships namo harbor Castro who is lay in Guanta a limited war on his triumphal the overthrow of day ordered nine Negroes admitJ8encio Batista said his agrarian ted to white Alexandria program is part of his plan next Tuesday j to free the Cuban economy hail G Pervukhin Dmitri Shepi Bryan upheld the Alexandria He said that iV million acres Mpvy Contm and M Z Saburov School Boards denial of applicahad been taken over by land JTY Z j The indications were that keeo by five other Negroes from UttlCer bWOTH in8 them in on the to white schools In Havana former Premier Os TW political sidelines would be suf He described as logical theClir Gans told reporters the peoj Eugene Friedline VJ8 Chestnut ficient boards denial of applications want Castro as their was sworn in this morning as Khrushchev presided at todays three Negroes to enter George denlHe said the bearded leaderDog Control officer for Indiana closed congress session eighthof Washington High School The dels the natural and the session BULLETIN McElroy said that conventional a l6member resolutionsweather reconnaissance plane with rces suitable for limited Premier Nii12 men aboard is missing in the kita Khrushchev was ready to putarea of Bermuda Force WASHINGTON Eisenhower said to the final farreaching decrees tjttjeimutla U day it would be a wicked thing toset up a federalpolice SMOTt observers looked for the ftmt to enforce civil rights plane Etsenhower set fprth his view in a news conference i Certain come was a full en missing plane was based at Simultaneously Senate Republican Leader Everett in dorsement of Khrushchevs Bermuda a unit of of Illinois said at the Capitol that the administraj year economic plan Ier s a e Squadron tions civilrights proposal be sent to Congress 1to be answered was of punishment of the antil First received Ii party group composed of Sfy wheV C be Malenkov V M Molotov NikolaifT lt gone Bulganin Lazar Kaganovich Mik1 r Air suid a hail G Pervukhin Dmitri SheoiJfpanese ship reported stswog a plane crash into the sea west of Bermuda Rescue 8 In Plane Disaster NEW YORK AP A glistening new turboprop Am erican Airlines plane with 73 persons aboard plunged into the chilling fogcovered waters of the East River with a shattering crash late Tues day night Sixtyfive appar ently perished despite rescue efforts by harbor craft j Tlie planes using in jstruments b e c a u s e of the murky weather conditions was feeling his way toward a j run way at LaGuardia Airport on a nonstop flight irom Chi iCago But for some undetermined rea son the big fotirenguie turboprop craft smacked the water stnd apart a mile of the filing Trotttj the wreckages sicak to the river bottoni 3i chugging along a few hundred feet away cut loose two bargek it was here from Connecticut and raced to the crash site Crewmen leaped into the water or used boat hooks to pull out the eight persons known to have survived One was an yearold boy A member of the tugs crew said the sights and sounds were See 4 Col 2 Reminded Korea that forces orders not progress aftersaid V8S aS weaP President FulT1 but l there is some doubt so as to whcihcr tbdav tuuay e e e nial was onthe ground that their clliet of state in the public The new dog officer was admini T present school ParkerGray at Cans said that the provisionalistered the oath by Burgess G W sai Mrs Conklin Asking For NewTrial Fight Opens On Housing Bill Budget That was an abrupt switch of plans when Con gross leaders expected a week delay Allied Heads Dulles Meet olicies LONDON AP Secretary of tvrt State John Foster Dulles new i from Washington today for talks with Allied leaders on Western No reason for the change was j policy in Germany and elsewhere The administraaon sent Eisenhower said he is never go ing to send to Congress anything ass the Soviet news T l housine bill but a moderate and decent cjVilCISlons said Terenti S Maltsev an agri teaded only by Negroes is closer government ot President Manuel Marbach culture expert was the first to their homes Urrutia could facilitate Castros Personsdesiring to contact Mr speaker He is one ofa parade of i 11C The judge also upheld nie election through electoral reFriedline should call HO 589G8 scientists and other experts County Court is considering to hold the measure r have eXDOiindine details intact nredicted d uir boards denial on the ground of is T2 The present The previous dog control officer have been expounding details of deficiency by two requires that a presi resigned because ofillness in the the sevenyear plan school pupils for transfer to white dent be 35 jfnmily j See 4 Col 1 schools The remaining nine applicants should be admitted to the schools they requested giving a basis the evidence not j other than race j or their Judge Bryan said in a written opinion Under the order two Negroes nuist be admitted to Francis Hammond High School two to Illieodore Ficklin Grade School and five to either the Patrick Henry Grade School or the Wil liam Ramsay School at the dis cretion of the school board The five originally sough f fer to Patrick Henry but now wantpublicans and to enter William Ramsay la plan to give In neighboring Arlington Conndecide if the Annually Instead of Every Two Expect Public Voting On Legislature Meets WASHINGTON years first floor fight affecting President Eisenhowers ovvn Promptly opens in the Senate today on a Democratic omnibus housing bill Sen John Sparkmitil author of the told a re ii r Pa he was sure he had the to hold the measure intact He predicted Eisenhower But he added he is certain that any legislative proposals which Defense Alty Donald argued Tuesday Mrs Conklin was not advised the laws that need filling in immediately available Sen Jacob in Europe K Javits RNY had said hei L have ew pro would introduce a brqad measure he told at the com e heie a plea for a new trial foi an Akron Ohio waitress serving alwould Mgn lL life sentence in the death of her But Republican leaders after talking with the President Tues would raise lempers and Increase day said Eisenhower was wnnlfj hft more position to meet the problems of on us by the So Union It is vita that the Western nations should understand each After two days of consultations in London Dulles plans to go on to Paris and Bonn 1 am confident that after alt these talks we will be in a better constitutional I Perry uuv SOIU was quite would be far Provisions of gotxK measure which would tar exceed There are yacant Ls rights 11S saicl a veto was President continued the the he said But I shall do more listening than British Foueign Secretary Sel Llovd wolcoined Dulles at tha giving a statement uf police a veto wa yPromised to he is against action which ermit eole t sa the fer uUe to have she was arrested Mrs Conklin was charged with smothering her 3 year old son Gury in a motel at nearby C res sou last Aug 8 She was convict ed in December Perry also clajms Mrs Conk But he said airport a quick with Gen Lauris Nor federal police to see stad the supreme commander of North Atlantic Alliance forces m Europe and then meet with Lloyd and Prime Minister Macmillan III 13 dVVtV tVWUIiJ to say the federal government was setting up a the bill closer to figures On the S Clark DPa has pledged a to it that each citizen complied fight in an effort to increase with the civil rights laws AU lin was under the influence of AP Clear A Constitutional amendment re School fire Senate sleep inducing drugs when her pledged by both Requires approval at two separate Itxbled Tuesday a resolution critison was killed He said the ver of the Legislature and cizingthe Labor and Industry Dtsdiet of the jury was contrary to right toin a statewide referendum This partment oa its procedures in closthe evidence presented See 4 Col 7 See 4 Col 7 should Vcar the of the rase vl akLvJ A f t hv lier b of three iwH is n n Democratic Jloo h S coulUerParl ReP I 1SOn Prdlcted J Va in wabluugtoii ment on annual session would be only would come ing firehazardous schools the the session of ment after a faltering start has the Legislature convene next Jan now imposed regulations that seem Al5 A Sectio11 uw Corking out satisfaclorilv lhe in evennumbered years Mine proposed dto revenue and appropriation bills legislative of a Dog Looking For Owner b wee the two schook Countv mine A black dog with long hair is looking for its owner It is wearing a collar and chain i with a 1954 Butler County li cense attached to the Senate cratic platforms endorsed annual IcVs than 24hours Tle ovvner should ca Jlldluntl Hie House Rules Committee sessions on the theory that budthe House cut the measure to the floor Tties get predictions for two years m However the House must xiill tate spending already beyond the ing that the 10member legislative dollar mark probe group may employ three CoralUraceton Fire Co partvJ ower developments i See ReferendumPage 4 Col Wed Inside The Gazette INCOME TAX A iliird in a scries ol articJes coiicerniug 19S8 income lax re turns appears lucluy on page 7 NEAKlNti Cfiitir and Jinliwiia near Jeague cliainpionsliips abmit their tins on sports 20 and 21 Other Features Laiup 1 16 Suilcty ID j UoaidUl i ii 4 World Today i CHoudy and cold light tonight cliangiug to snow TluiiMlay lonighl iJ to 0 Tluirsday io tu British opinion favors a chartge in the Western approach which j would offer a demorstration of j Allied flexibility There is a strong j feeling here that any new Allied I proposal to unite Germany will i stand a belter chance of breaking the EastWest deadlock thun tha i Sec 4 Col i j i Woman Killed j BUTLER Pa auto on au icy spat and against a utility ppiv tlay Wight kijluig lols Giuwt 49 of i 1he crasli ocjcurrwl jb Freeport Road i5 lailfi sjwtl Butler was riding Party 3   

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