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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY A dfiiflfc drives an Mobile theres usually a after or just a mourning Ifldiatift County Newspaper That Serves Evefy Member of the Family 148 Twelve Pages Pennsylvania Saturday February7 1959 Telephone HO 55555 EDITION Sevan DULLES ASKS JOINT BERLIN ACTION Highly By JACK KING CAPE CANAVERAL Fla United States has launched its second gener ation missile progrant with the debut of the powerful Titan The new war rocket shap ed like a huge bullet per formed smoothly on a 220 S Potter Heads Planning Unit Coal Exec Picked At 1st Dr C J Potter was elected president of the mile limited range flight Frin e w j y appointed Indiana day after failing to fly on two previous attempts The air Force said the launching was highly successful The blastoff of the intercontinen tal range ballistic missile signaled the start of an accelerated drive to produce advanced missiles su perior to the present weapons in the arsenal Titan was developed as a follow on series to the present Atias which already has logged a ton orbiting satellite and pne tri umph over intercontinental range Some estimates place the Titan I range capability at miles Still to come is the solid fuel i Minutuman ICBM and various oth jer socalled sophisticated missiles j which the experts say will help close the gap with the Soviets in the space race i The Titans backblast shattered several remote controlled tracking j cameras near the launching piid i The goldtinted rocketweighs The range was short and the mission basic on this first test County Planning Commission at an organizatoin meeting last night in the county court house I Attorney D R Tomb also of Indiana was elected as vice president and Jamesj McElhoes Home was elected secretary The nine man commission was appointed in the fall and met lastnight for its first ses sion Indiana County Com missioners Harold McCor mick Dee Miller and Harye Orr met wjth the aclvisoryj group during last nights meeting Other members of the commis sion are Joseph Sutila and Alex Bennett Indiana Ralph Nichol Marion Center Daniel B McDivitt Saltsburg Barney Wilmoth Glen Campbell and Frank H Smith Blairsville of the Commission is to advise the Indiana County Board of DliTERMlNKDD 90foot Titan ICBM makes a determined start on its journey from Cape Canaveral Fla The firing was the first of the 110ton supormissile MS TWO INJURED IX HEADON of each of these cars were confined to the Indiana Hospital last night after their cars hit headon on Route 80 near Aultman Both Mrs Thelma Baker Kent and Thormis Swardell Cheswick are listed today as The accident occurred about p m yesterday State Police are continuing their investigation to day Russia Red China Sign Indusfry Pacf Gazette photo by Sipos Two Drivers Hurt Crash AtMilihriari The drivers of two vehicles in volved in a headon collision neat Political Showdown Imminent In Iraq BEIRUT Lebanon Premier Abdel Karim flight As soon as the missile on any project or the launcher 90 per cent of tne county may test objectiveswere accomplished bvish to submit from time it was learned I to time These included testing ground First on the Commissions ad support equipment the launch the proposed moderniza T OMnnivr T 4j j u u TO i voivea in neauon conision neai controls and the performance of on of the CONDON today signed to build 78 on Route 80 asj evenj the firststage propulsion Indiana County Board of Jor industrial enterprises Red propect in con The second stagewas a Commissioners last year approved the official Tass Agency said runs into billions of rubles jdition today in the Indiana Hos It carried several thousand galplans drawn up for the alteration Tass said the enterprises include chemical coal oil andipital Ions of water for ballast in place of thepresent courthouse plants as well as electric power plants It saidj Injured in the accident occur of liquid fuel Some objections were submitted tothey are in addition to all other existing agreements for So1 night at oclock were One year from now the projects tlle proposed plans including the viet aid to China scientists hope to have Titan possibility of constructing a new To Meet Challenge Of Soviet By HERB ALTSCHULt BONN Germany AP Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles called today for the Western Allies to face clown the Soviet attempt to force the Allies out of West need be by com mon He said the Allies must ifind a way to meet the So viet challenge to our rights in While he did not make clear what he meant by the word it appeared he had force in mind As duties arrived here for talks with West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer reliable diplo matic sources in Paris said the secretary and the foreign ministers of Britain France and West Germany will in the French capital March 15 Their mam purpose will be to hear a report from British Prime Minis ter Harold Macmillan on his trip to Moscow These sources said an invitation to the Soviet Union to attend an EastWest foreign ministers meeting could come out of the Paris meeting of the Western officials Dulles talked over the March 15 meeting Friday when he met with French President Charles de Gaulle The March meeting in Paris in dicates the Western Powers will try for a meeting Soviets some time in This would See To 3 I Ilk I III Nap Lajoie Of Baseball Fame Dies ready for immediate retaliation action The missile will be poised courthouse at another site The Commission organized last ExSo Africa in underground launching sites rejnoht will study the proposed j kyl J maining almost invulnerable to enj Plans the income the county canjIVII emy counterattack j expect and other phases of The Titans improvement over countys ability to follow the Com1 Mrs Thelma Baker 26 Kent and DAYTONA BEACH Fla AP Thomas Swardell 21 1070 Napoleon Nap Kajoie 82 The agency did not specify the st I charter member of Baseballs exact cost In foreign transactions i According to the hospital Mrs j Hall of Fame died at a hospital the Soviet ruble is calculated atBaker suffered chest injuries and Kassem wooed by both Coumnmists and Arab Atlas future less weight with1 missions remodeling plan or to 10 C Q L I four to the dollar The deal was Kremlin by i Swardell a student at the local in Cheswick received of the with dm and flexibility rocket advise them to consider building wttn tne say The See CoalPage S Col 6 I pulsion system developed by thei of the AerojetGeneral Corp js less 11 W i m DI i Jabbar Jomaidl complex and reportedly generates I K6 Y 3 CatlOn Ihe others were Fuad Rikabi minister ot state Baba than the Atlas communications Col Nagy Taleb social affairs Saleh Mathrust Khrushchev and Red Chinese Pre iftnd an inJury to the KDI usncnev ana Kea Chinese here today Lajoie was stricken with pneu monia in January He was be and chin lieved to have recovered and was knee due for discnar8e from the hospi hmud health and Seddik Senshel national guidance Fire Levels Erie Foundry irm Plant The significance of the resigna tions was not immediately Kassem has been under pressure from supporters of the United Arab Republics President Nasser to strengthen ties with the c Groot Stars Here Tonight In Southland Cut Bit Short r ImiPirhnii rhm State Police from the Indiana tal tliis week but suffered a re CAPE10WM Darnel EnUiK continuing their inlapse Friday and was placed on igation today reported the Baker vehicle the critical list Lajoie born Sept 5 1875 in today after suffering a stroke Soviet help by delivering travelinS north on Route 80 Wooiisocket finished his 21 The 84vearold former editor I the goods on conditions1 Swarde11 car was headed year major league career in 1916 irM ifrli 1 II i south and clerevman who was the na Already determined in the a renme DatnnB averae or tons SovietChinese trade agreej No mmediale wtiinate of He appeared in big KA 8 e age was available The cars are league games most of them as a THOMAWiriP r IHOMASVILLfc Ga Prestdent Eisenhower decided to 1954 defied worldwide condemnaf ment tion to enforce a policy of apar theid that he insistedwas the AP traditional policy of South Africa believed to be a loss ild and from Communists to lean to HR1E Pa Cascadeward Moscow Foundry one of Eries oldest rlle Communists are the larg industrial firms was destroyedeilt and best organized political victory by fire Friday night group in Iraq and have gained another development Wally The firms connoiler A Ted considerable strength since Kas Pournaras said it would cost an took oyer jn th estimated to replace the last July which overthrew the pro Donald D Hay the firms pres Western monarchy dent said 1 guess weve had Kassem has declared that he theres nothing Hays fami wants to follow an independent na ly established the business in tionalistic foreign policy without 1802 v Alliance with East oV West s Major Lea8ue AIISars Firemen fought the blaze near1 If the resignations slick Kas ly five hours before getting it unsem will have to depend on leftists der control They were hampered to help him run the government by 10degree temperatures abolish the civilian forms of ei crusted the spray from hoses government and proclaim a mili on their jackets and froze their tary dictatorship So far lie has faces shied away from assuming dicta Four firemen were injured when torial powers roof collapsed Capt Andrew Scully 59 and Ed J4 were hospitalized The other two Charles Howard and Robert Ford weretreated and released Hoses spread over nearby niuk el Plate railroad tracks forced the halting oftrains for several hours Five families in the area were evacuated as flying sparks temporarily threatened to set the VJLLE 5ther homes Marion Center wont down to dtfeal at the hands of the Blairs Mile ciigiTS liibl Jiijjlil This uul olluT spurts on jagts 6 and 7 since the first Dutch settlers I I w Ri imoA day to cut his southland vacation rjved in Capetown rUTUIIy DUmeU Blairsville High Schools bas a bit short and return to Washing Dr Malan as the dominalingi ton Sunday voice for Afrikaner The President vvho has been the Smart Chief SALT LAKE CITY Utah league games second baseman with the Phila delphia Nationals Cleveland and the Philadelphia Athletics From 1905 to 1909 he managed the Cleveland club ketball team last night captured the district sports spotlight by Chief of Police W Cleon Skousenj A graceful fielder and a consist UGON1ER Pa AP issued this memo to his departent hitter in the dead ball era nationalism i suffered when a pan of hot fryingment was a controversial figure during overturned Pridav Stapletuns Indiana High cagers moved another step toward the schools first basketball cham pionship in 13 years by defeating Ferndale in a TriCounty League game Tonights sports card is head ed by the appearance of Dick at Indiana High where they will meet the Indiana A C Complete details are on the sports pages since Wednesday originally hadmolo planned to go back to the capital to i Monday afternoon In announcin i House press secretary James Hagerty said Eisenhower has some work he wants to handle in Washington Monday morning Tlie I nature of the work was not speci fied but there was no indication iof any emergency i The President and Humphrey i went quail hunting this morning for the third day in a row There had been reports Eisenhower attemDt f Explosives such as dynamite Pechart blasting powder detonating caps grenades etc are not to be placed a afler he The child overturned the panhi our evidence when he tugged on an electric The evidence room is in the Lajoie was elected to theHall of Fame in 1937 The rawboned man of FrenchCanadian descent had lived in Daytona Beach many years ending Marion Center Highs of former secretary ot the his long poiiticai Critics r 12game winning streak with a j Treasury George M Humphrey accused hjm at limes of atternpt iiesday originally had mg lo become a dictator after he go back to the capital roso to in M8 tOrnOOll tl A C iivi nv nn jv j i uc cviucnuc i uum ju nc in HIP White Africa s entry cord His mother Mrs Clarence basement directly under Skousens figure in a prolonged legal is secretary Unies See ExSoPa8e A Col 5 jPechart was making french fries office j versy when he broke his Disappeared On Sunday VFW dance tonight Inside The Gazette GOP Expected changes in leadership of the Republican Patty is the topic of Hubert S Allens column today oa page 4 i would golf instead today but elect ed to shoot birds again The weather was warm and sunny March of Dimes Benefit Dance The President and his host Sunday Homer City Legion 148x brought down 20 quail between same total they got Thursday In advance of hunting this inoru Search For Family Of 4 In Virginia In 4th Week By PAUL MUSE lredericksburg Free LanceStar Writer haired daughters Susan 5 and MINERAL Va AP Each Janet rode out of the drive Mnail for four weeks He his witei Monday afternoon Jacksons model car was found at the jside of a country road half In 1901 Lajoie was the central coatro contract j with the Philadelphia Nationals and jumped to the newly oiv ganized American League to play with the Philadelphia As When the National League club got a court injunction against him La joie transferred to Cleveland where he played from 1903 through 1914 managing for five years He returned to Connie Mack in Philadelphia in 1915 and 1916 finishing is big league ca reer but played in 1917 at Toron to and in 1918 at Indianapolis be fore retiring from the game See 3 Col S The cause of the fire was nof I determined I VFW dance tonight H8x Polka Party Saturday Feb 7 Music bv Jet Tones Eagles Ofher Features Outside Inn i Sat and Sun full course Baked j I Ham dinner II Ulll 10 KUilunul OliHuami Nules 41 Sports 67 lUeatin Tuuo Irtu lilk Outside Inn i Sat and Sun full course Baked dinner WEATHER windy and warpier with occasional ram tonight Low 33 to 36 Windy and turning colder Sunday occasional rain changing to snow flurries in the afternoon High 37 to 44 ing Eisenhower got a Defense Demorning Sam Harris goes over to way and past the mailbox Sunday distance home it appeared to J HOW partment report on Fridays suea neighbors house where he i afternoon Jan 11 have been forced to the side of the i jcessful test launching of the first feeds thedog three cats hog Hours later they vanished underiroad then hurriedly i stage of a Titan intercontinentaland a small herd of beef cattle the strangest circumstances A few belongings and the ignition1 QSWEGO N Y 10 ballistic missile at Cape Canaver Then Harris goes away and the they had an enemy in thekeys were left behind jlKh snowfall overnight pyt this a Pa neighbors house turns silentworld 1 dont know saysi We expected to find them out beleaguered city about an Hagerty pictured Eisenhower as again Dusk falls and no lights go farmer Harris who has known1 there in the field somewhere i jnoh from an all tuns snovviftU pleased by the outcome On behind the drawn curtains of three generations of Jacksons andi says W T Johnson Lottisaj record The President also received the white frame bungalow who watched the lour drive off1 County deputy sheriff When we1 The storm whipped off Lake On Iroin the Slate Department a dij The cats meow in loneliness that Sunday afternoon find anything that night wetario on wiads raised i tailed report on the talks Secre The dog who loves Just a nice normal quiet roufigured maybe wed find them thei the snow on the pygnd to lury of State Dulles held in Lonto play and race around with anypie and two nice girls that just next morning in the sunlight Wejnches don earlier this week with he trusts peers suspiciouslyabout fills he says put up a big search But nothing The fall for the season Prime Minister Harold from the corner of the house when The Jacksons drove to Richi showed up The mystery inches just short of tint At the Humphrey approach jmond for the day and on their way In four weeks 625 square indies that plagued house tonight Eisenhowejplans to Out on the road the rural deihome slopped off at the home ol of rugged Louisa backland n the winter ot 188526 attend au informal dinner mark livery mailbox has snvl metalMildreds parents Mr and searched Hundreds of leactsj Up to 16 iucbw of new ing the 78th birthday of his per letters on top which read Carroll B Lewis Hill at Buckner been tracked down i brought traffic jsonal physician Maj Gen Wow V Jackson Jr they headed the final 16 miles to I But authorities are no closer time in tiM I and M Snyder The doctor accom Jackson a feed truck driver their own home at Apple Grove in knowing the familys whereabouts panied Eisenhower from Washingscheduled to begin a promising this central Virginia county 30 than they were the night the car lonitt Club i new bank job hasnt picked up his miles west of Richmond jwas found MetachMtti   

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