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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY A A sjitogter fid who tats weeH kissed more often than gwd 151 An Indiana Cmmiy Newspaper That Every Member of the City February j JL EDITION Two Sections Seven PPG PACT Bloody Strife LOOKING UP TO THE WINNERDesangpiirs Jubilation dachshund which finished third in junior showmanship com petition the Westminster Kennel Club show in Madison bquareGarden braces paws on the Thenderin Nomad an Irish setter At left is Bethny Hall 13 of Greenville R I owner and handler of the winner and at right is Vicki Brown 12 owner and handler of the dachshund Young Miss Brown from Weston Conn UP Wirepfioto Workers To Vote HARiySBURG Lawrence Way geared is budgetuiaking schedule to a March 2 target date for expected to approach PHILADELPHIA Negotiators today signed a conditional memorandum of agreement to end the 129day Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co strike agreement is contingent on acceptance by the mem1 bers of the United Glass and Ceramic Workers Union in seven cities They will vote in the next few days v The memorandum provides for submitting a numberof issues toj Ending arbitration None of the terms were disclosed pending their submission to the union1 membership The international union will strongly recommend acceptance of the proposal to its members Ralph Reiser union president said an all out effort will be made by the union to have ballots print ed and a secret taken by next Monday In addition to the plate glass workers in nine plants across the country the strike also caused the furloughing of some Chrysler Corp and Amer din Motors Employes Both firms riry most of their glass from Pittsburgh j Wages were not an issue Agreei mentin this category was reached about tfie time of the strikes bei 6 SCOTT HERE FOR LINCOLN DAY S Sen Hugh Scott seated meets Indiana County GOP committee offi cialsand representatives of the Republican Council ot Women prior to last nights Lincoln Day dinner in Rusti9 Lodge Left S1ElLift Jettvies county GOP chaivipKm i T Boyd Bennett county GOP vice chairman Mrs George Wol tenden president of the womens council Sen Scott and Mrs William Hastings general chairman of the banquet The womens council sponsors the Lincoln Day dinner each year Gazette photo by Sipos But he emphasized that the budget will hinge on a tax program to finance it We cant intelligently move in to action on a budget ing What 1eVenUe We Little Rock Mayor Asked For Troops School Bus WoimanHurt HOMER ClTY Mrs Laura Belle Lucas Grant Indiana was injured this morning when thecar she was operating i f Imperative Says Scott i i j More Seepage Jnto Mine Today We wiU have since he took office Jan 20 He declined to speculate to was vjjciaiuig demoralisation in the last days of ihevcara WASHTNGTON AP Mayor j skidded into an empty school buspaign contributed to the defeat of the Pennsylvania Bepub Maim of Littleat the Homer City Borough line lican statewide candidates in the past election 1 iTT C ci i Rock appealed to President1 on Route 119 v newsmen Tuesday on an overalJ I tion budget figure or what specific taxes would be recommended to tral High Schools racial integraj injuries to her left arm U S Sen Scott approxunately 350 persons to e tiOn Droprflm in 1057 A 1 ft A t v j a immcuta closed officially today ling to State Police from the Inln scored an impressive victory over Tus In a telegram Mann asked fordianasubstation Lempcratic opponent former Gov George Leader in the SCRANTON Pa AP fill an icicgiam iviann asKeci lor uiana suostauon vjuv vjeurge Aieaaer7 in tne I million dSiiatL S0iola the withln several hours Driver of the school bus made three recommendations to the state Repub Water needs and present revenues a is again seeping from the Susi nejjj JjJ revenues quehanna River into the River j not want to make any commitment on any Slope Mine at Port Griffith it was phase of the tax program for disclosed today I fear it would affect the planning The seepage was spotted bipartisan Tax Study Corn day and was apparently coining mjttee from the hole which dropped out they will come up of the river bottom last Jan 22 lwt1 an unanimous said Fiftytwo trapped mi Lawrence He said the makeup lie pits thai morning when an iof tlie with business labor 40 billion gallons of interests repres s o ter rushed through the hole into wotld lend support to get tha minac at tin N tis Twelve of the workers are still missing and are turned dead through the Its not beyond the pale of pos sibiliry that the Assembly will ac Kagles Party every Thursdavicept suggestions fPr taxes they nite Wed See 3 Col 2 and police cannot disperse tbeiRD 2 was nofinjured i Look for support from a i State Police report Mrs Lucas broader of the peo as slftwinp a far in Bnrig more manpower The text of the mayors wirewas slowing for a car in front of pie was included in a docuiher when her vehicle skidded on1 ment released by the Justice Dejthe icy road and slid into theand womanpower to bear c n i it u uie opposite iaiiy encouraging more youn According to the report a activfi part addressed j Lucas was on her Way from In cation which then attorney Herbert general Brownell Auto Victim One Fair Winter Back After Spring Like Spell Pennsylvanianswho jgot a fore taste of spring Tuesday when the temperature went over the 50de gree mark were reminded today that its still winter A sudden snowstorm in the Pittsburgh area sent traffic into Ending By Michael Goldsmith ZURICH Switzerland and Turkey today agreed on a constitu tion for an independent re public of Cyprus bringing within sight an end to the bloody strife on the British ruled island Greek Premier Constantine Karamanlis and Turkish Pre mier Adrian Menderes drank a champagne toast together after putting a seal of appro val on the constitution draft ed in five days by their for eign ministers The settlement Remains to be approved by Britain and by Greek Cypriote whose underground or ganization EQkA has waged a bitter struggle of nearly four years for union with Greece The British jubilant at a Greek Turkish agreement at long last seemed to give their ap proval jBjut the Greek Cypriot reaction was uncertain on one provision that Turkish troops share garrison duties with the British and Greeks on the islands important military bases The constitution also permanent bans a union of Cyprus with Greece or Turkey The Greek 2 Col 1 Summit Possible ja tailspin j wrecks bringing a rash of to the President 7 Brownells last day in w Cll Ulv which Brownell gave the White to pick up school children i i Go into elections with a every of troops at the high school and a two car Road gave me wmie iu auuuui UIlllQien T Tiiu House leading to the stationing Damage to the car was estiL Ir Spekn8 past T remains in of trooDs at the 1iiPh vrhnrt tfinn Scott cited newsuaoer accounts aee reinains m critical on the Homer nea the Two Lick Most of the severe wintry con ditions were reported in Pitts burgh and other sections of west ern Pennsylvania Up to 3 inches j of snow fell in some sections of mated at to the bus which will be published in full in Time of the incident was a forthcoming new volume ofthis morning Opinions of the Attorney Gen newspaper accounts forecast landslide victories the Democratic parry By election eve the can See 2 Col 3 70 Injured In Hospitals IISTC Library n i remains in rair coaaition bormq Bids Set iDoa Seeks Owner M ICI iStariord a passenger in the Lee cOn Indiana Hos pital David W Lee 19 Pixonville driver of the other car involved in the two car headon collision reinains in fair coadition Erie A stretch of Route 6 21 HARRISBURG Gen A dog a Starford a passenger in the Lee vehicle is listed as sat Doe Pound He bids Feb 25 for test borings wilndjana a new library building at Indiana is State Teachers College Indiana JJ missins fit fo County The claim by phon were Monday e and niSht at cars col half mile north of Homer City 119 near Mill Village was temporarily blocked by snow In the Philadelphia and Harris burg areas generally fair weather prevailed However there were fairly strong gusts of wind Michigan Snow HQUGHTON Mich state snowfall record of inches set hre in the winter of 194950 is being threatened Through Tuesday Houghton re a total df 209 inches WASHINGTON Eisenhower apparently believes that a summit conference late this year is a definite possibility Such a meeting would bring Him and other Western government heads facetoface with Soviet S Khrushchev for a of critical EastWesi tfhesft undoubtedly would include questibflfi of Germany and of v tl f Whether a is actual ly arranged prosily will depend partly on EastWest ne gotiations in the meantime ease Soviet pressures to get the United States Britain and France out of West Berlin Eisenhower himself brought up the subject of a summit meeting briefly at his news conference Tuesday in discussing a question about the effect of Secretary o State John Foster Dulles illness on prospects for a foreign minis ters meeting The President said he though that Dulles condition would not delay a foreign ministers confer ence but noted that there has been no agreement with the So viets yet on actually holding such a session Then he added I believe the Russians them selves more concerned Mr Khrushchev is concerned in a heads of government as he calls an informal and without anagenda type Well that would take a greai deal of Soviet spokesmen including Khrushchev and Deputy Premiei Page 2 Col I i ing HO 52706 SliOUIS Mo death tificationww made by her huslStadium home of the St mriKl Jnpn D o toll from the tornado that hit thisjband Fred who just barely got i Cardinals This area it a mile oi Upen BsuiaH tleeping city with explosive force collapsing structure with miles from downtown Community Center ice it 50 Srtvs Fruit Market iX sarly Tuesday stood at 21 son iLcfuis skating rink will be open during Officials said there is reason to1 The emotion packed Eight persons died when the the usual houvs tonight j Fire Co party hope it will go nohigher among relatives identifying theUtofnado crushed a house at Seventy injured remained in dead Jeft officials at the city rier and Oelmar hospitals I niorgue shaken i was I H The extent of the havoc wrought workers still are the section of known by the twister in the teeming cenkng of the misery inias Greenwich Village near the tral portion of the city broughtIicted by the twister The Red j intersection of Boyle and Olive Boy 5 Sought In Because of Little Girl surprise that the Joss of life was Cross estimated homeless in st greater St Louis aud the county Ine repuns on missing persons The Insurance Board of eets antique St i taverns In this shops area are many apartments and tejevision tower Ifhe St Louis Firemen resumed digging into lief funds wreckage at one a1 The tornado first touched downi JUe crushed threestory house whwe with minor damage iu Breutwood iAKencv eight the corner of Whita West St Louis suburb ITien it ier and Delmar Theyre a patb across tfeft southeast into it to nvtke j corner of Forest Park The worst j disaster CD officials sajd was in crowded NegroiWteather Bureau tw i ot the JJ dead tenements on a path from the the tornado as Zulu Brown 42 lo the vicinity of Busch Inside The Gazette WHITE HOUSE Senator Symington of Missouri is considered to a cratic possibility nomination Jor President coiumn on page 6 COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL Butli tlxe Big Indians and Little Indians gameslast night played on lotal courts about the college and high school success on sports pages 20 and 21 Civil it Defense did or Other Features BELLEFONTE Pa AP A search was renewed today for a fiveyearold Bellefonte boy swept into a storm sewer by heavy water M AJF M Jf in a rainswollen street gutter Mm fSUlf Mf fl fl C if C F Terry Boal son of Mr and Mrs W f V IV W V f 1191 CTl9 Harry Boal fell into the surging current Tuesday as he crossed a WASHINGTON i After a while Grace sat down street to a car which was to have an admiring little girl told himand wrote to Lincoln sayifltf sue taken him to kindergarten you would look a great deal betwanted you should be The driver Donald Orr tried ter with whiskers Abraham Linj of tlje United States very U grab die boy before he went I coin grew the beard that is so have got fouf brothers down a sewer inlet but was able much a part of Americas image Dar Of them will vote for you to grasp only the childs its 16th president Oruce She ine rreak acciaeiit occurred lt happened in the fall of that if you will let shortly alter Terry leit home the closing days of a bitfer heavy wu storm had caused a presidential campaign fought in the rest of them to vote heavy flaw of water on all of Belthe shadow of Vcoming Civil You would look I iefontes streets Mirror Wai u is St 7 Sitill 50 Notti 10 SUil IK 13 by f WPATHISft Kair and quite coid twiiglit and comiuued cold j Jo 10 to 2ij to 3J 15 Thursday Golden Ripe iUc Fiue Ripe tomatoes 10 Ib SUoity Fruil U ML M an oittold rebetter for your fane is so ou the eve of Liuthe New York girt told birthday anniversary Then added tbift New York Grace ae AJl tiw ftderei picture oJfthev would teate ttit 151xltlie fronj lair vote tor 90 tJ
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