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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Mifljfeer of the Family Its foollsli to ask ft wmnftii for she Has one you wont understand it City EDITION Volume Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday February 10 1959 Two Sections Seven Cdftft LOUIS TORNADO DEATHS AT 18 i On School Secondary Needed By Joe Donnelly Editor A new Indiana Area High School by Sept 1 1962 Thats the goal of a sug gested procedure and time schedule for a new building presented by Paul R Getts superintendent of Indiana Public Schools last night Getts proposal was pre sented at the regular month ly meeting of the joint oper ating committee of t If e Indiana Joint High School A special meeting of all members of all boards of the jointure has been slated for jMonday Feb 23 to discussj Ithe possibility of getting ai jbuilding program underway As Pike Senate Withholds OK A T I flVI I I On Trimarchi s Pike Job ONE CRITICAL AFTER K Scheeren 35 Indiana ft in criti cal condition in the Indiana Hospital after his station wagon right was struck last evening by a car coming in the opposite direction near the Two Lick bridge on Route north of Homer as soon as possbile City Police said the car on the left opcarted by David W Lee 19 Dixonville crossedthe cen ter line and struck the oncoming ear Lee and a passenger in his ear Miss Nancy M J8 remain in lair condition today in the loyal hospital i photo by PAUL W JEFFRIES seeks reelection PaulJeffries To Run j K Sch eer en In i u red proved Indiana Area School F F trict will become effective kindergarten t6 twelfth grade j jointure was approved by Indiana Borough and White and Armstrong The State Senate has withi held approval of James Tri imarchis appointment to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission a a year post Gov David Lawrence sent iTrimarchis name to the Senj ate for confirmation alongj with that of former Secretary of the Highways Joseph J Lawler but only Lawlers appointment received Senate approval He isnt too well Sen M Harvey Taylor Senate presi dent pro tern and powerful GOP leader said when asked about Trimarchis confirmation Trimarchi is chairman of thei Indiana County Democratic Com mittee and a resident of Indiana When asked about the delay in Trimarchis case Taylor told newsmen that his Trimarchis name has to come up in caucus Taylor denied that there was a deal made on Lawlers confiri mation Only two years ago LavvJ ler served as the butt of whole sale criticism and Was a storm center for Republican lawmakers See To 4 Col 5 E TAMES TRFMARCHI approval withheld Paul W Jeffries Indiana today 1 n Township school boards at ai announced that he will seek the special meeting last month Republican jhbminatipn for county It will replace the present split primary jointure now iff effect Formation i riiic MW of the complete jointure was nec essary before school officials felt it advisable to take action on a construction The proposal was made by James K Scheeren 35 Croy lands remains in condition today in the Indiana Hos pijal with injuries he received atj last night in a headon two car collision on Route 119 a half mile north of Homer City Listed in fair condition are thei occupants of the other vehicle inj volved in the accident They are David W Lee 19 Boxj Dixonville driver and Missi Nancy M DZuboy 18 Stafford ka passenger in the Lee vehicle According to the hospital Scheerean received a compound fracture of the right leg fracture of the left arm a fractured nose and concussion Lee suffered a possible fracture of the leg Miss DZuboy received a frac tured pelvis and fractured leg According to State Police from the Indiana substation Lee south on Route Scheerean a local architect headed north Police say the crossed the center line hitting the before Scheeren car headon Sen Hugh Scott US Planes Here Tonight i j 3 Lured Over Mr in a lengthy discussion of the liigh school problems here in which he stressed three reasons for the dire need of high school facili ties for the new jointure 9 Negroes In School At Alexandria ALEXANDRIA Va Negro children entered three pre viously schools in pity 1 J They were admitted under court order and i back a display of police force but there was nothing HARRISBURG AP PennsyK to indicate any need for the guard vanias legislators seemed agreed Alexandria thus became the on only one thing today about the third Virginia community to ac closing of schools as fire hazards cept integration since the collapse It has created pandemonium in of the states massive resist He has served six years on thethe districts affected iance program and the failure of That is the word used by Rep j lastditch court efforts to obtain Republican for j this May Mr Jeffries will be seeking re election to the office a post he has held for three consecutive School Fire Problerrvlri Par Big One Hits City Without Warning ST LOUIS Mo tornado struck a deadly blow at the heart of St Louis to day without warning There were 18 known dead Another 265 were injured 55 seriously The bodies were laken to the city morgue for identification Numerous persons trapped in homes and apart ments which crumpled under the storms blows The storm took the same path of this Citys worst tornado which killed more than 100 in 1927 Men worked throughout the night searching the fallen bricks concrete and lumber The tornado hit at First it hit two suburbs Brent wood and Crestwood in southwest St Louis County then moved northeast into St Louis It took its toll in an area bounded rough ly by Olive Grand Newstead and St Louis avenues This is a mile west of downtown St Louis St Louis was lashed by torren tial rains for hours before the tor jnado struck The tornado delivered its hard est blows in a section of tene ment houses occupied mostlyby Negroes All but three of 1 bodies taken In making the announcement j Jeffries pointed out his ex U S Sen Hugh Scotts appear ance will highlight tonights Lin coln Day dinner In Rustic Lodge v The event featuring the Re publican Senator as principal speaker will begin at at Rustic Lodge Sponsors of the banquet are members of the Indiana Council of Republican Women WASHINGTON Unemployed Up During January Eisenhower today voiced belief uie Pfesent that some American planes only two more years been lured across Iron Curtain01 the permit issued by the I country borders by false radio See 4 Col 6 signals j Eisenhower told a news confer ience that American pilots have i strict orders not to play a fox and hound game by flying along So l viet borders in order to gain in itelligence information executive committee of the Penn sylvania Sheriffs Association and These reasons I three years as a member of overcrowded conditions in the legislative committee of that or sent building which hamper effec tive teaching and resultsin exces sive wear and tear on the present 2 the temporary six room annex behind thev Albert W Johnson House Repub in describing the situation Monday night He i traduced a bill thatwould approp He served as president of the Hnllaro Dutch Cool ToMolotov state association in 195G and 1957 jd and presently serves as a director of the National Sheriffs Associa tion Jeffries is also chairmanof jriate three million dollars to help Indiana mittee the County Republican Com r D THE HAGUE M The President was asked whethotuv er there had been occasions inlrom the Dutch which planes such as the unj has gotten the cold shoulder An informant said i government has told Ikes School Bill Said Inadequate istricts make the changes needed to meet safety standards But Rep Stephen McCann Dem ocratic floor leader told newsmen later the bill was just good news paper Why not make the appropria tion 30 million dollars McCann to the city morgue were thqse of Negroes Seven of the dead were children under the age qt Five dead werfe from 4802 mar where 14 were trapped in a threestory house which caved in Four dead were the wreckage at 3862 Page Blvd sides was tragedy and destruction One father was pulled from the rubble his dead See 4 delay Seventeen Negroes in Norfolk and four in Arlington County ad joining Alexandria previously had been admitted to junior and senior high schools Seven of the nine in Alexandria were the first to get into former allwhite elementary Five youngsters ranging in age from 6 to 11 walked quietly into Ramsay Elementary School Two others entered Theodore asked adding that the amountjFicklin Elementary in the down Johnson suggested was less than j town section Another two were admitted to the Hammond High what Was needed the Hague WASHINGTON into bipartisan I the Labor and Indus try Departments Industrial Board scheduled hearings today on more appeals against its shutdown or ders from the school districts Sen John T Van Sanf RLe high told the Senate Monday World Ky said that as top Republican whether a school is a potential Government statisticians suid i Dutch government sources the Senate Education and Lafiretrap time ago saidi He went on to say that Both cars were said to be tothat from a statistical standpoint i can plunes sometimes tally destroyed in the collision however it was comparable to border due to Total damage was estimated at January 1950 when the unemploy And ment figure Was They radio signals once in a while have The incident occurred a few say there may be an error margin drawn planes over Soviet or hundred feet north of the Two of perhaps in such estisatellite territory Lick bridge on Route 119 mates But forAmerican It is reported that Lee was one A seasonal deemployment is of two youths that narrowly esusual in January caped death the night of Jan they spent the night in a ran stalled near Tanomu The two men were overcome with carbon i monoxide State Police are also continuing their investigation of a two car m informal jbor Hague had ini the dicated it would not object Molotov as envoy here The Committee he will introduce administrations bills But he planes to do See 4 Col 1 port incurred the wrath Dutch labor press which Molotov a security risk I said he does not believe Eisen reihowers proposals will meet the Homer City Midgets 45 Robins accident in Cramer yesterday ternoon on Route af 4 Children Mom Perish In Blaze ASHEBORO R C Negro children and their mother perished here early today when fire destroyed their twostory frame house The father and a son escaped Officers said all but the father Kvere sleeping pn the second floor when Dawson Massenburg 13 discovered the fire and called his father Dead in the fire were Inez Mas senburg 40 and four of her chil dren Alice 11 Joe 10 Mary 7 and Helen 6 Says Expert Planets Not Worth Cost 0 Exploring Courthouse Banks Close SAN ANTONIO Tex AP i planets some of which are but the chemical dungheao of the sybtem and ll 1S ot likdy tliat of theneeds for elementary school con labeled jthat they have not been given siif 1 Secretary of Welfare Arthur S Flemming made public details of ditions Legion Party tonite i the administration program Mon J50x iiay proposes a fiveyear plan helping finance school and col j Uge construction at a cost to the i government of about 2V billion dollars But the spending on a bond retirement basis would be spread over about 25 years Cooper was expected to discuss his views with Eisenhower in a call at the White House Sen Pat McNamara ivho has proposed a twoyear pro gram of a billion dollars annually lor school aid said in a separate interview he regards the adminis iu In Talks No Delay By Dulles WASHINGTON AP dent Eisenhower predicted today that Secretary of State ness will cause no delay in West ern talks with the Soviets about German problems Eisenhower spoke at a rifews conference just after Dulles had entered Walter Reed Army Hos pital for a hernia operation The secretary expects to be out of ac tion for some weeks Despite his age of 70 and his recent history of illness officials predict he will be back in harness But Western Allies expressed a degree 6f dis may over the illness at a crucial time In his news conference state ment Eisenhower praised Dulles as the most valuable man he has ever known in the foreign affairs He also made clear that he re PITTSBURGH Pa the harsh criticism of Amer flood pasting jican leaders and policy which So Some districts have complained service Wanie today N Delavp8ge 4 Col 1 umg rain and warm weather m ficient time to correct cited connorchwestern Q cause a repeat of the January ja flood Conditions at Meadville and w I QM y IXOUI Sharon Pa I At Sharon rain fell throughout the morning and the I Shenango River was rising toward flood stage Some merchants al Offices of the Indiana County i ready have begun removing goods Courthouse vvill be closed Thursj from basements in downtown School Authorities had prepared for the possibility of a disturbance but nothing happened See 9 4 3 The department campaign Floods May Repeat In Pennsylvania swung into high gear after fire in a Chicago school last cember which took over 90 lives the De Fills Rivers The other planets are the1 Dr T Keith Glennan of Wash rations program as f the National dungheap of the 1U 5 Ol JIKei tnat nautical and Space Agency said Sen James E Murray solar be worth we lincl trulv earthshaking this country will launch more than Chairman of a the cost astrophysicist Heinz Hascientific novelties in the masses 40 big rockets this ber said Monday Haber here lor the lOlh annimic me u u i e r sneiis ot me oe for various purposes versa ry ol the Air Force School Glennan said he doesnt believe1 not to luP of Aviation Medicine at Randolph But he said space exploration the Soviets have sent a man into Air Force Base is a former memcould the defense space yet and said it is a most Inside The Gazette of noxious chemicals that const1 the space probes willliummslralions program a the outer shells of the be for various purposes iislative monstrosity he sai Prices galore at Card tonite 8 liagles Home ber of the schools faculty Astronomers and physcists ous data chemical makeup of the worlds in our solar system we can say with a fair degrcp probability that none of them DMont I subcommittee con1 year He said sicierillt school aid bills called the iid was education but to help Flemming disputing that con and propaganda in comdifficult real tentJed tllat a11 tne Pending school astromunications relay satellites the He said the school here wilf be would require den have amassed numberj development of worldwide lelevilused for training some of the 12 uil Jinancu8which would mean about the physical andision networks and above all the men to be selected as this connsovernnvem borrowing at inter alien study and eventual control ol trys first space men and climate Dr Hubertus Strughold profes oi He added however thai explorsor of space mediciue told report is ation of the plants could be justiers mancarryitfg rockets will See 4 Col Serians Beauty Salon will be closed until Feb 16 PHTSBURGH steady day Feb 12 in honor of Lincolnsareas that were under water lessi rainfall during the night caused Birthday than three weeks ago rivers and streams in western Jn addition the highway offices At Meadville French Creek wasPennsylvania po rise and the Fed and the banks in Indiana will be stationary although rain was coneralState Flood Forecasting Serv closed tinning ce n Pittsburgh said Sharon and Meadville can expect floodjng by tonight Vernon Houghton chief forecaster said present are that the Shenango River it Slaron will rise one to two feftt above its flood stage by tonight French Creek at MeaUville he said also will exceed flood staga j tonight and the citys Fifth Wars jean expect flooding j Houghton said civil I rectors in both CHUJS beeft j alerted i Houghton said rivers aud streams in other parts of Pennsylvania will rise but flooding Houghtoo sai4 titf ul Vkior INSIDE Piilitiial activity by the Ford Motor Company is the topic foUium today uu editorial page 6 Johnstown plays the Little Indians on the local hardwood to in a lipott of whats to come iu DislricV Six See page 14 itt17 Kditvrul 18 SodflT JH I UU W Wwrld 1 equipped to be of absolutely vital fied primarily in terms of internaprobably be sent to one mil B P W Card Party tonile 8 interest in terms of human aftional reputation of this counlion miles from the earths sur Eagles Home Haber said jtryk lace by 1970 Dance Clymer Legion Fri Feb 13 Music by Sunset Serenaders WEATHKB Turning colder tonight with strong winds and rain changing lo light snow or flurries Chance of scattered Low tonight 30 to 40 Wednesday partly cloudy rather and colder with SHOW Humes High in the 30s   

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