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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana Catmty Newspaper That SerUt Every Member of the Family Ifott ean notfait W you luldy determine that you will Volume 152 Twentyeight EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday Febhary 12 Along With Sen Barry Goldwater Nominate Jim Stewart For Brigadier Genera WASHINGTON AP Screen star Jimmy Stewart was nomin aled by President Eisenhower for a second time today for promo jtlon to brigadier general in the Air Force Reserve Jimime is a native of Indiana A simjlar nomination failed to Senate approval two years F ago It was blocked mainly by Sen Margaret Chase Smith R Mrs Smith said Stewart had a fine World War II record but hadnt betin keeping up his reserve training properly 3 Schools Included 1 In Order TRAIN DERAILED Or ills aura L HOMER CITY of The State is to correct fire haz arus in four buildings or cease operations They are CIIKCKING OX UXCLE SAMS hull dollars tumble from a sack in the United Stales Mint in Phil adelphia yesterday as three members of the Presidents ann ual assay commission start thcir annual task of checking coins minted here From ItIt Clarence B MeCorniiek of Bridge ton N J Francis P Burns Melrose Park Pa and Charles P McCormick tAP Warephoto I mated to be a brigadier general 1 in the Air Force Reserve was I Sen Barry M Goldwatei Both Goldwater and Stewart now have the rankof colonel I Laura Lamar High School s ciSvMi five years in World War II rising iCentarv T from private to the rank J t t Lucerne colonel at Laicernemines Stewart flew 20 combat department however sions as a command pilot in B27s a time dead land B24s aad took part in or Completion of the al j major campaigns including the Derations j Normandy Janding He won Use of Cars Cut Grades t v1 t 4VWVI ll I I sis swirled onto farmlands Indiana today with hOP I OUTR S Indiana Farmland the tain PERU Ind historic Wabash River flood cri swirled onto farmlands in western Indiana today predicted rain threatening the seas of water T w i The storied banks of the Wabash marked only by tow LOS ANGELES enng sycamores water spreading over vast Hold 2 Men For Stealing PRR Wires AP i Birthday holiday It was learned that the principal hazard jn the four schools is the wooden stairway In a statewide crackdown Labor and Indsutry of ficials and inspectors have been citing schoolswith wooden and 32 Injured In Mishap None Dead 3 Powers To Meet BALTIMORE Md A Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train clicking a jlong at 80 miles an hour to iward New York slipped off jthe rails about 10 rniles east Baltimore today andplow jed upseveral hundred yards of tracks and ties Thirtytwo persons were taken to hospitals Two were released after checkups Hospital spokes men said none of the remaining 0 suffered more than minor inju ries x The electric locomotive and all 11 cars stayed upright almost un LONDON Path power meeting to speed final The rai approval of the Zurich plan I tablishcd ffor peace and independencejrailment in Cypius may open in Officer ftenry Crusse of the Bal don Monday informed Brittimore County Police who was 15sh Qairi nf firat On Cyprus the cause of the jish sources said today There was a strong desire in one of the first to arrive at the scene said in his official report jtliat he was told apiece of steel Greek Turkish and British circlesIR i I to maintain the momentum that res ths mch thick j broke the long deadlock over fr Cyprus in Zurich off freight train shart The plan signed by Premier the acddent Karamanlis of he Was toldthat as the and Premier Adnan Menderes of out a sliSht curve Turkey was laid before the a straightaway the en notced a kind of rile jish Cabinet this morning formed sources said i government will begin considera ition Friday the raIs and tried to the derailment j dd not say who had giy rr en him that information The plan carries the hopes of The railroad said it qould nei qu ne leaders of all threynahons thatjther confirm nor deny the report T i Snmmv1 An enclosed fire tower is recoin linder the icechoked floodmakes Sammys car lowland as tar downstream as does and it plays heck with his correct the hazard jTerre Haute grades i All four schools cited in the Lau Rains were expected to start in in the hifh classroom diStiCt have iyearold values aHJwl station by patrolmen Petor and Boboit TnmJm after bolice ay proving how ifls n bank vShe wasnt after the capital police say she was just trying to prave an interesting point Scene was the Jamaica Savings Bank in Queens Mrs Thompson drew from her account and to center table where she wrote a note demanding money Teller gave her and pressed alarm button but be fore bank guard could close in she handed money to another teller No charge was placed against her AP Wirephoto BLAIRSV1LLE Two Saltsburg continuing into Saturday and exjers aje the biggest taVolvUrsof aty had placedon the pected to add new victims to the all satisfactory list Iw fhp families alreadychased put These views certain to get n some c Of their homes across northceni in certain select grease i fichu are those of William Reprieve Racketeer Worn Gang Death i StaSissr ShTSixifjf inal He ind abandoned IN of area men were evePeru Tloors liave beei1 abandoned Y nmg and ordered held for court Mild temperatures in the 40s schoo lln these cases first SIO 000 today at a hearing before Justice day and into theupper 50s Friday lrieht f t T Wridin8 remained open for classes of the Peace Paul McGillick for indicated possibility of breakups A teen Whether or not this situation will cutting down Pennsylvania Railin the ice jams which contributed tnav apply to the Laura Lamar road telephone to the worst floods at Peru hl not learned today Released on bond today were Wabash since WASHINGTON Dominic Lombardi 20 Terre Haute looked like RD 1 and Paul George major trouble spot with JO also Saltsburg RD L i Wabash crest predicted there for the tw The men Were apprehended by Saturday Police Sergeant F S A car with an unidentified body ariavs Piilltim inciflrt i yUtiys inside was found in floodwaters It is reported the duo removed north ofTerre Haute i about four and a half miles of wire Gov Harold W Handley de six wires strung together making dared a state of emergency in a total of about OKI pounds of northern and central Indiana Not a sinI Pcr counties und asked President The men reportedly said they senhower to designate the conn Qnlv 15 oe thought the wires were no longerties as disaster areas to gain fa deius ovvned in use and intended to sell the vorable loans for rehabilitation BuV 41 n vire as scrap The wire was re Nearly families were had ci moved between baltsburjj and moved from their homes at Peru White Station when the Wabash burst through Police the wire was cut on sandbags and poured over the two ntM Sunday Monday and yesterday tloodwalls at the north and south The men were in the acl of of town Wednesday night upkeen the wire when apprehended Sec paire 4 tol 1 highei mnv wind the order Mr Bv ii i mav vvinci no u j i r 11 our ti cri bo ne can Ktcp provements at t on bovs u j ii strong Condit He said these werei con repair of exil doors i WASH Lawrence Sees Savings On Schools HARRISBURG Law rence administration pledged it self today to a school construc tion program that would focus on essentials and eliminate frills Gov Lawrence made his poei tion clear in urging construction economy before a meeting of the State Public SchooK Building Au thority Wednesday Weve got to very defi not have the slightest idea what caused the deviation He confirmed that he bad told officers at the scene the rails had a kind of ripple to them I didnt see any steel plate n the he added Itcould have been there I suppose but I didnt see See 4 Cot 3 J istraint was needed to control the gym new student when the new Laura Lamar Junior i Senior High School building will be Seaway R cent of the C stu 71 per cent what of the A spectacular 83 cars find completed and opened for classes It is expected then that some of the older buildings in the district will be permanently closed to Mont i emonies i Lock The Queen New York City detective nite moves to save money t rt n 11 frnoi gangland overloids jneeting in a raoetkeers death sentence but fined for his activities in the jukebox business Mooney of the criminal intelligence information is that the individual was in Brooklyn a hoodlum with a long record i W P i Mooney told the Senate Labor lie I O JOin Management Committee Lombari dozzi was not permitted to attend a Standardizing plans and speci A Apalafjcaljons so tne same pians could be used for different build Democratic commit Mooney said Lombarines thus savine on architects tee ofncials Predict ful1 com forced to cool his fees aChlteCtS Jmittee at its meeting here Feb 27 m a garage while awaiting the Larger classrooms and full Chicaf and Philadel Vltr3ic ploralion of the use of closedcir phia and uphold a Slte I his person was scheduled o cult television r hl be testified but Making school districtswhich t the will lly msiead Ins situatiou wasconsidwant palacelike buildings pay Pn in en In His remarks touched off a gen discussion of school construc tion policies It led to these sug gested possibilities for future NGTON in November GOP Choice Narrowed To TwoCitfes WASHINGTON of a site for the 1960 Republican na tional convention appeared today to have narrowed down to Chicago or That is the speculation of some national committee officials who say a late July or early August convention is a good bet Some other sources while agreeing Chi cago arid Philadelphia now hold the lead say the choice is still open is expected fore April The White House said Wednes A miniature collie which was a the royu car chilcls pet is seeking a good home n treaL to Wash than they expected had by phoning 58855 after 8 the i As Notion Pays Homage To 16th President Lawreiito June 26 for the cererecl a council niale up of there at St Lambert certain higlurranking individuals at Kisenhowers will join tljie Earlier in connection with tes ind Prince Philip aboardtirnony by Benjamin Gottlieb I yacht Britannia at of the Majestic Operating ii i 1 K1 Cl 1 t i more of the construction costs See 4 Col 1 committees selection of Los An geles for the Democratic conven tion The Democrats have fixed prabablv wi hilck ington immediately after Lincoln Incomparable Says Sandburg Pfdent led a in appeal for governmenJdiiional Legion casiuiuti ceitoiitiiuay eve tribute to the lal a i i abroad Thai singular word of principal President Kisenhower led cerebirthday eve tribute to the Civil tal of the War President and stated thai gel supreme Court members of the Lincoln belongs to humanity f Cabinet and corps Eisenhower attended a memoring Hundreds made a pilgrimage to ial dinnerWednesday night in a ins Lincolns marble a Ridjit Cemetery letters 4 K by the Not olten in story ol mangion Prcstou J Moore stated District of Columbia does a man arrive on earth that Lincolns qualities are sorely President Eisenhower balanced bud to C Lincolns tomb in Uak meters tv made the Lincoln was against borrow elude and an overwhelmCaccia cf Great Britain and lierve Brandt speakers in Sir Harokl obscr w hire Alphand who is as hard as ruck and MI ft as drifting fog who his heart and mind the of terrible storm and peace un speakable suit perfect The in comparable Abraham Lincoln as needed in this a lorn it in If the United lace up to its era S Will Group oi lhe national prominence will hear a Macmill speech tonight by Mayor Willy sharing ol West Berlin Brandt free leadui the solution lies m lion of this gling the speaking progran with the Rt er of a city in a divided Rev Richard S M Knirich ol he will speak only a few blocks Episcopal Diocese of Michigan where Lincoln made a speech on ii the said it was the hope ol Americans slavery Uiat contained the line New of freedoms sentinels house divided against iiself stamps 10 the where that the spirit of Lincoln cannot enville c meet Ciicn iJipiojiidis iiom more thun 21 Ktb 1 0 irtcclojn countries will be in Gov Eisenhower earlier quoted aJso is the scene oi tlie trai Sec an will laya wreath on f lhe British government incoln statue in Brooklyn jukeboxvending machine firm had been identified as a jxnverful ligure in the New York and Brook lyn coin machine business Robert F Kennedy committee counsel said Mooneys testimony gave ihe first reliable indication ol what was discussed at a secret gathering at the home of Joseph Barbara at Apalachin Sen John L McClellan D the committee asked who got the S fine Sir if we knew that wed have the whole story of See 4 Col 5 jJohn L Lewis Recovering Well July 11 as their convention ling date Republicans who recently ceived convention city bids from half a dozen cities deferred a rec ommendation until they could visit some sites and get proposals in writing The full committee will WASHINGTON in April to act on a site Lewis was reported recovering i recommendation very well 79th birth Sun Francisco is believed by day from an attack of pneusome party officials still to be a monia and a heart condition i contender for the GOP conclave His physician Dr John B others argue a California se nor indicated though that the lection would appear to show coin United Mine Workers president mittee favoritism for a probable still is far from a well man j Sec 4 Col 6 of France Kul Oulisde Inn Southern F r i e d id itself will be the scene Chicken dinner rul anniversary obserSunday Minister Harold Only 2 more days Wallace Sierj liujj Silver at off ben Stuare iu I undon Anotlui laying is scheduled in The Outisde luu Full course Southern F r i e d Lincoln postage Chicken dinner Saturday and in Inside The Gazette BASKETBALL Lincoln is the subject ol two articles on todays editorial pagt See page 0 VVKATHKK Indiana County schools will again engage in another night ot basketball gimes this evening See Details ol these games vu spurts pages 20 aad 21 Other Feafures ter inecent o on sale today in Hodg hC WaS tonite TOurs tfcJ B Chandler of Kcii rjame Clymer Legion Fri tol 3 113 by Sunset Sereuadeis I AUJdliis LILUP Minor u 1 t S Uwpiul NoUl S4SJ if WKA1HER Becoming cloudy tonight Low in lower cloudy wanner occasional ram Higu in uppev 4Us   

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