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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                VrAf TEDDY r Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family A tnittgeMmkes yoti face facts Midi as the fact that youre not making much money blums City EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana Monday February 9 1959 Sections Seven Cantt SCHOOL AID MISSION B36 intercontinental bomber flies over the city of for the last time The big sixengined plane and others like it is on its way to retirement and decommissioning at Amon Carter Field outside the city Borough Police Arrest Youths For Drinkin Indiana Borough Police are continuing their crack dowri on local young people drinking in cars parked near the National Guard Armory on evenings dances and record l hops are conducted in the armory building Lawrence Asks Local Control Governor Suggests Transfer ay Plumbing HARRISBURG AP Transfer of 10 stateowned general hospitals in the coal regions to local control was recommended today to Gov Lawrence I The recommendation made in a report to the govj FISHING PARTY Location Sen Scott Two more young people were apprehended Saturday Tn of the form at by Detective Sergeant Harry H Owens for0611 I O mild ottoe tormei rinking beer in a car parked on Washington St near the armory Charged with disorderly conduct and ordered to pay finesand costs1 By BILL GIBSON amounting to were James LEWISBURG Pa gov jernor by a special committee named by former Gov Lead er on details of the merger artments of Assistance and Welfare iivto one Department of Public Welfare where Russian fishing trawler was captured by Norwegian Navy ship is spotted on News map Charged with violation of Norways fishing boundries the Russians were escorted to the town of Aalesund The hospital recommendation j was one of six major ones made Richard Kunkle 21 Clymer RD I ernment witness in the consoiracv which was submiM and Clifton Gerald Rice 20 Marion T Tc JM r 1ted tO Lavvrence at a meeting Center RD 1 tml of USl Rep Wllham Jhere Indiana Burgess G W MarbachGree Jr and six others The committee said in its report has warned that plainclothesmen testified today that a firm con the transfer should be made with Total Tomorrow TTO Will continue to patrol those areas trolled by one of the defendants in four yeais but that until it islfNI Sen Hugh Scott will speak wnere activitcs are carriedshipped plumbingfixtures to the completed the hospitals should ire the anOa by young people understate here nual Lincoln Day dinner sponsored by Hie Indiana Council of t Q of the 4r AP Uhem ne Harmony On Action In Berlin WASHINGTON AP Secretary of State John Fos ter Duties said today the Western Allies have agreed generally on procedures to I Follow if the Soviet Union inj vokes physical means to block access to Berlin j He also renewed the Wests offer to talk about a general settlement We are willing to talk with the Soviets in a sincere effort to reach he said Dulles returned to Washington at 8 after talks at London Paris and Bonn In a prepared statement Dulles told newsmen his talks abroad5 reconfirmed the unity and firm ness of our j We do not accept any union of East Germans for Soviet Union in its responsiby To Build Needed Facilities WASHINGTON The Eisenhower administra tion today proposed a five fear program of emergency ederal aid to public schools and a college construction nogram designed to provide WIJLD BILL DONOVAN DIES Gen William J Wild Bill Donovan 76 lawyersoldier diplomat and World War II director of the Office of Strategic Services died at Walter eed Hospital in Washington yes The cost for the programs vas estimated at around billion dollars over the next i years The school proposal would authorize federal aid to needy school districts to pay half the cost of bonds and interest incurred to build urgently needed public schools Secretary of Welfare Arthur S Clemming told a news conference the program is designed to make t possible to initiate up to three million dollars worth of construc tion during the next five years in communities which lack the re sources to finance their own class room needs Flemming said such a program should provide about class rooms in addition to those which would be built outside the federal aid program The college and university aid program would be designed to speed construction of up to two billion dollars worth of housing and academic facilities during the next five years Flemming riiade public a letter sent today toJJouse Speaker Sam Rayburn GTex and Vice Presi KbberfW Yates of Clarks to climbing close was vi at the event We e k s I nflcp fixtures worth KUSIIC reportedly chased after a girl Green Sue Scotts speech here will be about Sunday on North 0 15n conjunction with several otherFifth St i l charged Gllby Mi appearances in Western PennsylI The youth charged withthe V Ule M fivemillion econo are resolved that our ji Tlimr tlOll ill and aCC6SS tO West government but toddy The lin shal ure approaching that mark are in genera agreement B this week the lation was detained by two persons Complete details for the Lincoln who witnessed the incident Tlie John P Gilboy I Day dinner weie completed over arrest was made bv Sergeant Ithe weekend ward T Sanford and Patrolman ae chaged Wlthdone under terms n n i t t cni Tf PnAUr Sen Scott s speech here T Allison determined for each gmip r Scranton engineer andfive tne transfer of the hospitals Ipfenrlants are chargprt with r to cheat the The hospitals are those be shown in the governas to me proce5ure we shaU at AshlaUd Bloomsburg Coaldale ments January count due out low if physical means are invoked Connellsville Hazletoh Locust to our rights in this Mountain Nanticoke Philipsburg i i Scranton and Shamokin j Joblessness normally rises in Aspect i The committee suggested winter months because of the dent RicBaid M Nixon recom emfef the BoroPage 2 Col JDr C 1 Potter president of Ro j Chester Pittsburgh Coal Co Appropriate music will be pro I vided by Mrs Paul Frazier and i i r1 I I l Mrs Carolyn Holstein U b O HI PS J G Rev Paul Pulliam of the r r rj i I stone United fjpgbyterian Church j Utt t6 T Q Q fTl ill ask the invocation arftl deliver bewedictiopiv i ROTTERDAM Netherlands in Gilboy OMalley welcoming remarks will be Americans ships col Asked by Chief Prosecutor Oli en by itrst George n a fogshrouded canal leadjver Dibble how the bill for the fix Ipresident of the womens council out of Rotterdam today andlture was paid Yates replied that effect on and other outdoor activities w 41JO The fivemillion mark has not of the 331 exceeded since last iLiiiiuuuwiiai fMjiV Corps1 riie smip also recommended wnen Depot atTobyhanna built in 19511 Uerim trancing for the 153 i See C5ovcrnorPage 2 Col But recent monms job j Gilboys architectural firm de i signed the giant installation He also was principal stockholder in I the Weeks company and a partner not elaborate Hej of what Mrs general Pedestrian Hit By Auto CLYMER Harry Sherwin serves as West ran months later in 1954 it was u ral chairman of the banquet I The Neva West tons is fettled when Gilboy sold the ness has been running a little ahead of corresponding months a year ago In December the total was or more thanj Sue 2 Col 6 Asks Change In Method Of Collection DJ6S By JOE F KANE WASHINGTON AP Maj Gen William J Wild van who directed the govern ments daring intelligence opera tions during World War II died Sunday He was 7G Death of the former director of the Office of Strategic Services was attributed to a heartailment HARRISBURG head He had been in Walter Reed Army thafe v had advised the be Jn accord Wmrme program of the Flamming said the two posals recognize the existence pressing need for additional facilities in elementary and sec ondary education and in higher education and said he did not know of any other proposals that meet all of those criteria He said both programs could be S e To BuildPage 2 Col 1 in was Nanty Glo Man Chokes To Death I ownedby the Bloomfield Steamneering company ship Corp of Houston Tex Ef j forts will be made to refloat her at high tide She was leaving The Weeks firm had borrowed capital from said struck b an auto al the intersec pjf F kli hltth and bianklln the in December 1957 The figure for January 1958 was of Mental Health today sug j Hospital here for some time a jump of well over a gested that officials of public weli Donovan won the Medal of Hon million from December fare institutions rather than Rev or for leading the famed Fighti pedestrians slipped helplessly ear In the January 1959 idle total enue Department agents collect ing 69th regiment of the Rainbow j ly today on ice spread by freez Ice Covers County Area Indiana County motorists an d increases bv like the money from patients i Division in World War I His j ing rains throughout the district i million or so normally registered Charles H Frazier made the fightingprowess became a legend i The same conditions prevailed in that month the totalwill to Goy the war to or He was admitted toIndiana Hospital where he is being treated over Iterdam when the collision oc he amount ot the equipment lesion of the face and aniaS0 Pa hlp wa the 8 81 ton romTt deb SUbtraCted j injury to the left hip t STT SssSmination by R D 1 choked to death on States Lines of New S Lord 3d defending stepped into the early Sunday in the Veterans ofiShe js continuing her journey said the Weeks firm Foreign Wars home at Nanty Rotterdam i never sent Green a bill for the Simmons had gone to the cellar There was no report of any casiequipment and that he didnt to check on the furnace When Iknow what arrangprnents may failed to return in a have made between Green Gilboy time other persons went to the Serians Beauty Salon will be or John OMalley the other part basement and found him dead closed until Feb 1C concerning the item fiVe rence and embers of Legis His nickname of Wild Bill i weather belted southern of an automobile operated by I I C A C is B Hadden 24 of Cutback In Active Units Center The accident midnight occurred about Party Tonight Catholic Center 149 Leaders To Present First Portion To General Assembly Demos Ready With Legislative Program over many parts of the country as zero temperatures gripped the figure for a meithi Northeast and Northern Plains ot the Assistance and Welfare Delods in training his menjThe mercury skidded to freezing Ihe figures indicate that whileRartments into tne Public Welfare and the aggressive exampleof as wintry weatl See JoblessPage 2 tol 5 Department spirit and vigor he set for them California ice slick extended from Whether the administrators ot lhe OSS operations Donovan lKansas and Nebraska to southern the institutions like it or i headed during World War U wereMicm and nonhern Qhio lyoft give them a stake in this col worldwide in scope The organija the border between a deep j lection they willdo a better conducted important masg and Kimier said i search at home and daring ex ressing warm rain clouds Sen James S Berger Republic ploits abroad many of them bej Traffjc was and footing an floor leader said the Legisla Wild Bill Page 4 Col I lreacherous for metropolitan trre in 1957 offered to change the I j workers in the morning rush i collection from revenue agents 000 BIQZ6 I of accidents were WASHINGTON Alrjho8pltal Force probably will shrink its oradmi f t t d j i r I J C gamzational size to lewer than 90 IH 11 IWOOQ wings during the next five or six Sen Albert Rpeckan RArmi reported with police switchboards jammed and hospital emergency rooms taxed by boom business in since lhe said Harry Shapiro for ELLWOOD CITY Pa AP fractures from Falls on ice sale demobilization f o I I o i n a mer secixtary of welfare claimed Fire Chief C V Rogers estimates For drivers the problem was World War II million dollars a year more damage was caused byjto get any headway af all from These wings will include missile coultl be collecetl from patients a fire that swept through a large spinning wheels even on usually outfits as well as manned tlu nosPUil administrators werepart of the National Plumbing Fix trivial inclines and conversely to HARRISBURG AP Demo Prevent discrimination in Pro Tempore M H a evraan War Bonus cvat1 Part of the Clltback wil1 lfe jof u tures Corp here emerSencies on Sreasy cnrtic leaders readied the private housiim and hotels inTwlnr R Bonus payment ljn B4 medium b wj sen Joseph M Ban Democrat Rogers said the cause and onice once momentum was mam portionsof the administrations P fc Taylor RDauphm also are ex Sen James S Berger efficient means of state chairman questioned the gin of the Saturday night tained legislative program for the Geni S jpected to name their five memcan floor leader said he iould not ing destruction replace theseiuorkabilltv ol tlle proposal on the have not been determined One expressway accident near Assembly today Prohibit lhe erection of billjeers to the legislative committee forecast what action will be taken planes ground we always felt welfare Flames damaged the plants ofDetroit involved 30 cars A truck leaders however boards the Pennsylvania will study the Wyoming Valon the bills Economy seems to play only aiworkers vvould be eas in co1 lice shipping department and er steered his neavy semitrailer Republican I who have been sniping at the Democrats for twoXeeks over Ue I absence of any prog r tin iaid they would wait to see Ihe bills making any comjment Gov Lawrence over the eaiployers tion of the federal interstate roadley mine disaster of Jan Jl way system With o i The register was Rep Albert W Johnson House investigating committee Republican floor tak file re the lead g or srnall part in the tren which beectn8 gan about two years ago provement of both aircraft anclj enameling department was aliy laxity on t t f legislative program before lend outlined six bill which lujport8 spem lobbyil18 i officials leading to the breach in House jsaid would be introduced today The Swale was scheduled tome Port Griffith mine whih al a One bill would authorize banks Iponvene today at 3 and the Susquehanna River to Week invest up to one per cent of House at JXHlr through and flood mine tun was i to the m y lor The nuclear firepower which can be delivered by even 90 wings j will be thousands of times that ofi the huge bomber fleets of World surpluses in the I stocks of business invest u was an attempt to embarrass the Die House has a ot nels in aGOP for not going along with the inilt ni I It fll n I U j O O minor bills to consider along viilr mineaie iaiSilltg Democratic i orac nmni mn mem firms Another p r op o a 1 j the proposal for amiuui Sessionsj The Swate slill has commil Speaker AndrSwTfl r a Feua y would amend banking aws tojoi the The latter an tee 17 million dollars worthj recess while the aUministratto spell lhe right of financial amendment to the state Constitu I houses to contribute to local in tion cleared the General Assem jdustnal development agencies ibly in 1957 and needs approval of Other administration measures this session before it can go be The military budget now debated in Congress says that e a mo Islated to reach the General voter ia a referendum eembly would next November for final approval Give the Health Advisory Board It s expected to pass the House of stopgap funds approved by the completes its budget Deniocraticcontroiled House two Meanwhile Andrews came upiDOQ S66KS weeks ago These funds include with a new suggestion over the some 9 niiJlions for public assist weekend That the Legislature set A black female dog part Cocker ance funds over 3 millions for a oneyear budget recess then Spaniel has been found and is cuoational disease payments come back early next to looking for its owner or a for the Pennsylvania lniish the job Inside The Gazette DKKW PEARSON Drew Pearson says today that nobody really knows who is the boss of U S space research See page 6 ALL STAHS Dick Groats All Stars defeated the Indiana ACs Saturday night a an ovvrjitue cage thriller Soe sports pages 10 ajid 11 Other Features rig into a tree deliberately in lantic Iowa to avoid running ilown two girls on a sled Most crashes were minor but there were some fatalities Skids killed at least one person in and two in Illinois In Chicago slight inclines on outer drives proved too slickly steep tojtraffic and hundreds of drivers were held up before salt and sand spraying equipment made travel possible The city was even asked by Midway Air jrt officials to sand dangerously sjick runways AUUdius Minur 15 II Kdiloiiil 6 HocielJ good home The dog is medium in I 1 o u r fhio I H C WVIJWM 1911 JWU I nUUU UUIUC I Utf WUK IS U1VU1U1U 111 wereiSze ha a ong tall aud appears to regulate air pollution in House Speaker H G Andrewsjand toset up the maynt well day partly cloudy and aad Senate Presijchjyaery ipr admioistering tae ioisuggestiou jphoning HO 52706 j High 45 to 33 3 Wuild LEATHER Occasional rain wiUi little temperature change little wwjner with ralp   

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