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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Catmty Newspaper THat Serves Every Member ef the Family TEDDY k a mart into Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday February 1959 CLAIMS County A I ttf Undergoes Radiation Therapy Of Ab WASHINGTON AP Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles has cancer and will continue on leave from hisj post while undergoing radij ation therapy Eisenhower af jr visiting Dulles at Walter Weed Hospital said he had expressed the thoughts and prayers of all of usthat the results of his operation and the further course of treat mcnt will be successful In order to allow time for this purpose the secretary continues on leave of The announcement came short ly after Eisenhower had spent 37 Minutes at Dulles bedside A medical report issued after ward said that when Dulles was operated on for hernia Friday i morning a small nobular im plant was removed from the her nia sac and proved upon examinaj lion to be an j a smallcancer The medical anS nouncement also said that the fluid I removed at the time the hernia Was repaired was found under le microscope to contain free cancer No further surgery is contem the announcement said In the immediate future radia tion therapy will be The cancer described as adeno carcinoma was the same kind of rrujrw y vp v v Castro Named Premier FOUR DIEIN women and a man were killed yesterday in this car which spun out of control on a rain slick highway and crashed into a gasoline transport truck at Knoxville Tcnn It took nearly two hour to Iomovo the from the car The truck driver was unhurt AP Wkephoto Lawrence Study By Robert Berrclloz HAVANA Fidel Castro vaulted to Cubas ipremiership last night with jwide powers to speed up the i social revolution born of the j lebels victory in The 32yearold military com mander assumesthe administra tion of a count ry still restless ejtwo years of civil war and con fronted vvith and diplomatic problems His first task is to curb threat V in the vi Id sugar find jobs j for the halfmillion unemployed in a work force of Another issue facing Castro is the fale of Cubans who took asy1 3 lum in various foreign embassies in Havana after dictator Fulgenj cio Batista fled in the dawn of i New Years Day i j Cubas revolutionary regime has branded these Batista supporters J J J JL jas ordinary criminals The refusal M Cl IQuT6 jin approving safeconduct passage for them out of the country has led to disputes with several Latin i HARVEY A ORR seeks reelection Harvey A Orr Reelection hs Sales Tax Hike nto River Compare Apt Fire To Torch ASHLAND iFire cut through an old apartment building like an acetylene torch early today leaving 11 dead and one miss Jng Eight other persons were jinjured I Among the victims were isix members of the same fam including an expectant mother She jumped from a j window of the second floor then died after giving birth to I a stillborn son j The fire called the worst in jAshlands history broke out at i and quickly cut off the only exit at the front of the converted theater Almost right away people be gan jumping out of the said taxi driver Anthony Black well who discovered the blaze Blackwell said he had seen seven occupants standing at win dows in the rear of the building on Greenup Ave But he added that they disappeared when a i section of the ceiling apparently That fire cut just like an acetylene he said Delmar Fannin one of the 20 occupants of the stonefront struc ture said he had been awakened American tisem rofuse Harvey publican Indiana County today By LEONARD A UNGER HARRISBURG Lawrences Advisory UI v v iory A cancer Dulles was operated on for was reported today weighing the possibility of DflTl Sll AGP 6 cancerous portion of his an increase in the 3 per cent sales tax lower intestine was removed Nov orSVfe percent I O 1956 ii decision is expected between now and a MorJ cntri S2tenient was ayluncheon called by the governor to unveil the commit D sued by White House press aslee report lor legislative leaders VVPrUS l8CT sistant Anne Wheaton State De partment press officer Lincoln An source who CHARLESTON W Va Six persons were killed early to day when their car veered off 21 about two miles north of Sis jsonville and plunged into the Poca i River j State police reported the bodies i had been recovered but not iden Vfr is Premier Jose Miro Cardona second term as have the op sioner was first elected o fl J heard woman scream but tt liiiriniem press otticer Lincoln See UndergoesPage 2 Col 3 asked Ot tO be told UlKP A11C PC iThp AssnrintoH Pmsc I v VI W J J Ike Visits Sec Dulles fin Hospital The Associated Press the commit1 I tee is ready to estimate the Com n A JL i monweaiths tax needs to balance I the Commonwealths 135961 budgi jet at somewhat beyond 400 million i dollars jtified Two women three girls iand one boy were in the can LONDON AP The British The accident about p Say Scuffle Began Dance HallBlaze has served of the board of cotnrpitfsioners j He has a wealth of background in public service having served I an Indiana Borough Councjl for jfour as borough street i cormnissioner for 16 years prior Hpffa Called For Closed DoorQuiz have agreed to confer over the was seen persons in a cardriv behind KINGSTON Out oil stove knocked over by two men in1 1 commssoner or years pror rtfr1ieing elected county commisJ Hoff a rid AP Senate James R Hoff a president of the Teamsters Terre Haute ma oeniat scuffle started flames racing independence of Cyprus a said through a crowded dance hall stony churchman they once Mrs lona Kouns of Stickney todav At lcast 35 persons i branded as instigator of killer leigh county had told them she were inJured bV the andjCAAL i uritlOc tin n k 4t i LCV rj I I uti iww nuiia wuic uiivniii e Archbishop Makarios 45 was hind the other car which had Hospital officials listed 18 per i I r Kidnaping there was speculation tha it and i and went into the swollen riveniold was conpjl j T J ui viniicu ocw cuu v OI State John Foster Dulles at theclolhing sales Armys Walter Reed Medical Cen he sales tux to c the first president i Wabash River ed republic was anybodys Makarios Mill join British bodies dike breached once and Greek and Turkish ministers r questioning Monday Hpffa who previously has beea questioned publicly the com mittee also has been directed to produce additional financial rec ords Teamsters Local 266 described as gangsterridden was pictured in testimony received by the Sen ate LaborManagement Commit tee Friday as using threats and intimidation to muscle in on the i jukebox business in the New York e project began their search at daybreak as lie arrved with two fares for Officers searched this northeast and soon found the wreck and thetlie danceHe helPed take some i Arkansas area through the night New York labor juiionist Alex of the injured to the hospital infor a slightly built man in baggyjcohen was questioned about this in an Kn plnMiac a f i of his black limousine almost the instant it came to a stop and walked siwftly into the building i Eisenhower returned a West Terre island colony which has lived and latei whence m had fled der tforeign rule for centuries I Light rain helped raise the Wa Less than three years ago the to feet by daybreak inBritish bundled Makarios out of Anny a LU h S I sniisii bodies Ul mjuiea 10 me nospiuu mior a sugntiy OUHC man m Daggyiconen was questioned about this s in Sissonville is about 14s miles a man whose hands were clothes who forced a 59yearold by Counsel Robert F Kennedy but grantnorth of here burned when he threw a coat over woman and a small girl to to answer invoking his British i the heater in an effort to extini company him on a wild m e n m e n t protecUon ed un 1 guish the flames j Friday against possible selfincrimina iries rriUGV I Din i There were people writhing in1 Mrs Hugo Schwarz was il rains should end before nightfall lands in the Indian Ocean smile The President was met bv Mai D r t 11 Rons Ill fflllc a nirL ito o T v mnv mt vj i v y ui Gen Leonard Heaton hospital J before then More had bren agitating for some commandant who operated on L 2 rT i rains were forecast for Monday months to throw off British colon Dulles 1nday tor a groin Heaton said a bulletin on Dul 1 For Floor Teams Yesterday was Friday the 18th And no one knows it better i guish the flames j i against possible selfjncrimina There were people writhing in Mrs Hugo Schwarz was abtjon pain all over the said a ducted with the child Sue Kennedy asked Cohen wno I reporter arrived at the west Senteney at the home of Mr heads the United Industrial Un end dance hull a few minutes aftand Mrs Leroy Senteney near ons jf unions in which he er the fire started iWeiner hadbeen active in the jukebox Police were still investigating Mrs Schwarz and the child es1fjejd had not been set up topro lURiiiimi in meiiuuuii i HUH invesugaving wirs acnwara ana tne cnuci had not been set up to pro I but there might be some heavy At that time the Greek Cypriots than basketball coaches at the incident that started the unharmed when the manitect employers rather than eni tlumdershowers before then More had been agitating ftu some 18 High Marion Center About 150 persons mostly teen stooped at a service See 2 Col 1 condition and on the results PInnt Rlnct laboratory tests to determine U M l D U b l whether any indication Jiisenhoww s visit after Indiana High Marion Center j About 150 persons mostly teenstopped at a service station 1 and Shannock Valley agers were in the onestory frame near Bowman 40 miles north ofi As Cohen declined to answer tach cage team had a chance Circle Dance Hall whenthefire Weiner said that the witness u im to warp up a title In Its respec erupted Dancers were turned into That mans kidnaped us had turned his efforts to outlook on upstream ice jams soGreek Cypriot underground known tive league But Indiana lost to human torches by the oil hes stealing my and what Kennedv n t IICIU j in the Irj County Many were forced to dive through Schwarz shouted as she ran the underworld fieures be League Marion Center to Laura windows when the doorways service station hilld it to establish a monopoly The rain and warm tempera ial rule The agitation luid erupted lures in the 40s and 50s left the into a wave of killings by the uncertain that dynamiting was as KOKA postponed at least for today i Makarios was the head of the Maj Gen John W McConnell Greek Orthodox Church in Cyp IT I I I l niv tiiv I I Ml I ifl 1F TO HDI ISll u JllUJlULHJl Y i MaJGen W Greek Orthodox Church in Cyp Iamui in Indiana County most jammed with the escaping The man drove off quickly He Over the coinmachine business in MCKhhSPORI Pa AP An state adjutant general said there rus And in the ancient tradition League and Shannotk Valley to crowd i was spotted Friday night here i i H i mi imc guircuii saiu mere i us Aiiu ui ine ancient iracution Heaton declined in advance loexplosion at the United Stales definitely will be no dynamiting of the island this made him seen Washington Township in Section discuss the results of the exaininSteel national tube works in an eightmile jam north of Dellar head of the Community as 21 of WPIAL Details of these and other games on the sports page t p iiHiiviiini iuuc 4i an jam nunil Ul Uc niion of tissue removed during the hurled a chunk of hot slug into an phi before early next week well surgery auto at Lysle Boulevard and Cen McConnell said the combination1 The British recognized him as The visit lo the hospital cameter Street today settingthe auto of rain and warnnn had raised such and negotiated with him in after the President fire the threat of a mass movement of the eaaly stages of the struggle conferred on what was termed It was not immediately learned the long ice jam if dynamitingFrom the start Makarios had State Department busii whether anyone was injured was started Big blocks of himself as a protagon ness with C Douglas Dillon The explosion shook buildings in some as big as an automobile See 2 Cul 7 inc secretary of state and Lnv w downinwn Mrtlffoomrt imiM i ing secretary of state and Henderson deputy unclerscOntary First reports were of state for administration furnace exploded Looking For Pet A longhaired brown dog vvith white a friendly clog which would make a good pel is Hiking for a place to call home he has been spayed ami is house broken Call HOpkins 58855 aflor could threaten Lafayette a blast The adjutant general said seji Col 5 See 2 Inside The Gazette Machine Damaged By Fire i uvci inc vvj crowd iwas spotted Friday night here byjsrevv York heat was Night Marshal Hillman Potter i asked Cohen if what he were said Vern Jackson 29 of Toronto who recognized the license Were nol his gangster Everybody rushed for the doors ber of the car from a police connections and rhe intimidation See SayPage 2 Col 6 broadcast tnat weilt with them j Among Cohens backers aitd as jsociates Kennedy said were such U n Ilk I Man notorious figures as Carmine Lorn VRIIIVe MOrmqi banlozzi Anthony Tony Ducks Coral lo and John Johnny Dio Dioguardi I Valentine Heart Romantic Figure Gasoline Drains IntO The Outside inn Full course Southern Fried Chicken dinner Saturday and Sunday 154 THK UOIITKK Tlie lighter side of the VVushiiigtun scone is again pres oa edilurial page li See Jorry Boiinilts coJuuui INCOME TAX The next to the last article iu the Income Tax series appears today on page J2 CLYMFR A continuous miner WASHING10N Wlat hearls the condition is perfectly normal A tontmuous minu hear on valenline a skjnnv persons have ver was extensively damaged by fire fiRure But its SQme wheivas lo Indiana Borough and last night at the Morrisdale Coal whai of a fake Normal hearts shori chunky ptople havu hearts Jt waiu to spme up lhe local police investigated the ove with presence of gasoline in Marsh o in e impressive physiological Run today and discovered it cume normal facts just adjust the following to rom Service SlaUon oa of vour Pbilailelphu St mme near here shapin jke thau jt m Clymer summoned at sav lhe nol the inal ooks a d Y Hiarl lul iirvc a gllUlU I DUJ IHUn O UP JIUI IllU UtClS HISt atllLISt tllC lOllUV Coal company officials said fire viewed be about of vour rise roke out in the piece of liL NOUI omcials Of her Features Dance tonite Club Savoy Musie Ihv Cadets Lodge meeting of officers 154x Editorial Hoapiul Obiluariet Society f H TVRadio Dauce toiiite Sat tfx i i lew 1 WEATHER with occasional snow Sunday High 26 to 35 tlt iiviiviwi ailM MllfUlU UC broke out in the piece of equipthing like an animals hoof when fist Persons with kinds ment while it was being repaired viewed sideways disorders including high blood Ja livlinvf oi vejrs our overflowed this momimf at by employes of the firm Hieyi AluJ lhe only yf heart lllal lave hearts will have been repeat service statign and the excels did not list the estimate of vagueiy resembles what you see sometimes weighing two or three ed nearly 3 billion times driveway onto the K h Twrftitt JS believ6d on valentine they is a times more than normal Eveiy day depending upon your and down drain to Mftjrsb heart affected by a defect fcnownl Most hearts are on the left lidoibody size your will puffljl The Outside I ias Thats a of the chest but some are centerfrom 5 to 10 Wins rf Wood Full c o u r s e Southern Fried the hearts two line or on the right side your blood vessels Chicken dinner upper swel1 Uie left By and large those with right la 70 years j Sunday 154 one somewhat more than the sided hearts have various will expend ftWJtgy loot out V iby rigbt wrougjiided organs iacludjag a Sat Here a facts liver and stomach the water t   

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