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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                vw r 4 A WhaMMs efflttttir needs fg rocket that can go high us to Indiana County Newspaper that Serves Every Member ef the Family Valuma SVNai ISS Mohcfay February 16 1959 Two Sections BERLIN Recommend S J MURRAY BUTERBAUGH seeks reelection Buterbaugh Seeks DA Post Ag am Keystone Of Income Package BULLETIN HARRISBURG Gov Lawrences Tax Advis ory Committee today recom mended increasing the 3 pen cent sales tax to 3 per cent as the cornerstone of a 400 million dollar tax package The committee also proposed that the sales leVy itself be ex panded to include acrossthebar sales tradein values on autonw biles and other appliances electric j and telephone bills utility main tcnance equipment and tools and repair and service charges j This package of sales tax es would yield an additional 284 million enacted before i April the committee said District Attorney J Murray Bu The committee had considered terbaugh announced today he will the idea of removing the sales be a candidate for reelection tax exemption on clothing and In making the but in the n MmaJ report The food Mr Buterbaugh said he will also would be con the Republican nomination to that tinned post at the May 19 primaries in The first Republican reaction Indiana County vvas of cantion Mr Buterbaugh added that L Te have to wait and am deeply appreciative of the trust pUe iTaines sBerber and confidence which were can oor leadei which of in the past by the voters taxproposals the administra the amtitlon wshes its He also said State Forces AflfilllSt Study HalfDay Danger Class Schedule Of War Jl X M M By John M Hightower AT Laura HOMER CITYLaura Lamar Joint School District UnlorT Preparing to go into halfday sessions of schooJ this week jTthe danger of iiic Mate closes tne second floors nl tniir nf Knilrlmrjv cr i i The district has been given five days to vacate IhesetS fell iondHoors because ol open stairways in its buildings iopeil Big Four foreign i School said today are dwailnig a verdict ters meeting this spring ion an appeal forwarded to the Slate Department of Labor Discuss the whole G and Industry on Friday They have asked for an extension problem with German time to make necessary five hazard corrections Ws present Wlircil IS accidents occurred to similar cars within minutes of each other last evening on Route 80 five miles north of Indiana Stale Police report water apparent ly was running across the highway froze making a stretch of the road very dangerous The first ear operated by John Federiuko 17 Clynier hit the ice and overturned about 84op m nine oclock the second car operated by Harry L Kerr Latrobe skidded within 200feet of theiirst accident and also overturned Federinko was treated as an outpatient and re apparently was not seriously injured from both accidents was estima ted 900 See details first page second section photo bySipos He said consideration would bet i given to these recommendations j when they come before i If elected I will continue toj It also called for revival of the discharge the various official dutone cent a bottle soft drinks tax ics and responsibilities as Districta 25 per cent lew on cigars pipe1 Attorney to the best of my abiland chewing tobacco a sixmill 1 personal property tax The candidate a son of the late The 16page report adopted un J F Buterbaugh and Ada Spichimously bythe 12member bipar er Buterbaugh was born in Inditisan tax group also called for ana and graduated from its public starting the sales tax on restaur schools He is also a graduate of ant meals from Dickinson College and the pickinj See son School of Law i jurging He is married to the former I k A jdai and recreational park in Indiana County Thomas a daughter of iVlcin and Mrs B W Thomas of Mar ion Center He and his wife are Sentenced If Buchanan Asks Dam Recreation Par The five buildings include the high school in Homer City middle building at Homer City Homer City Elementary and Lucerne mines Elementary Orders to abandon the second j floors were received last Thursi The edict however did not specify Hie expiration date of the fiveday period Officials here awaiting an ans iwerto their appeal for more lime are preparing a schedule of half1 day sessions hould the state reject the request Included in the states orders was a recommendation for the school district to employe an archi tect and have preliminary plans drawn for the correction of the fire haxards Laura Lamar officials said En rich Levinson architects of Philadelphia have been employed to map the plans Work is underway on the cor rection of fire hazards in three other schools in the district They are the elementary buildings at Waterman Graceton and Risinger The districts new highschool building Hlf be in time for of wide campaign fhazards and i The Western powers would the conference to open in late April or early May at Geneva or Vienna The Soviet Union has threatened to pull out of East Ber lin on or after May 27 and the West fears this may jeopardize the allied position in West Berlin j The danger to world peace in herent in this Soviet initiative is the note released by the Department said The message paralleled ethers sent by Britain and France If said the foreign ministers meet ing should deal with the problem of Germany in all its aspects and implications meaning such things as German unity and the future of Berlin i As the note was delivered Sec Jretary of State Dulles lay ill of cancer in Walter Reed Army Hos pital Who would represent the United States at the proposed con could prove to ba kjthe most critical yet held with the ptfSoyiet was not known syas Jl6 as a possible of State jPrime Harold Macmil is accorded jlan talks wift Khrushchev eals from 10 cents Representative William G Buchanan of Indfana intro Page 2 Col l duced a Resolution in the House of Representatives jurging the Secretary of Forests and Waters to construct a f IO L1CU I y me insicie tracK tor the job rathjMacmiHan will get a firsthand fire than the acling secretaiy j opportunity to sound out Soviet Vm Vv Christian Herter 63 because of I intentions respect to negotU ga ions o all Indiana Count lis comparative youth vigor exfating on the future of Germany tv schools by the Labor and In resourcefulness i Dulles now hi Walter Reed Jdustry department i perience the parents of a daughter Kaye who is a graduate of Syracuse and of a son John a student at the University of Vir ginia j Representative Buchanan stated This n should give the members of the House both Republicans1 and Democrats aa opportunity to take a stand on this Resolution 11 Liquor Sale Judge Denies DelayToVa School Board issue The Resolution introduced in the House of Representatives by Bu i v A ichanan is as follows Art Kridler Chine arrested fol M Inwina t K i New lndlslies indicate that In towing a raid by Liquor Control A r land dmna lias many TQCe T I I I his evening Admit Local MahSbforis Pray I o County Bar r Walter B Cope son of OT and Mrs W B Cope 615 Maple was admitted to practice heCJt tore the Indiana County Bar Cerem0nieS befWel WASHINGTON AP Sena W V Wl IU j T 111 T AP Wirephoto Ariny Hospital recovering from a operation and suffering with a recurrence of cancer helped to lay the groundwork for the new note in a flying trip to confer with Macmillan French President Charles de Gaulle and German Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer He returned to Washington week ago today to make PITTSBURGH ct Yn KJW 1114 v f The new attorney a graduate of Iors joined in Pravei today West Berlin a free city Unless IK recovery of Secretary of the United States Britain arid HAVANA AP Cubas new Cabinet is to be formally installed i l MMM 15vear with rebel chieftain FidelDickinson Law School in r i uiaim nas maae many inold voitth and his father taking over officially as ves his wife Grant Mate police on Jan 11 and j imuei AHmnpv rnnt M a or nntss iturn over the Soviet occupation charged with selling ihout I and vehicle charges today in the preSp with Indiana auorneyi Demofunctions in Berlin afte six a license in Coal Run was S throu8h the atwake of a traffic accident thaf Indicaflons are that most of Miller crats Pledged cooperation withmonths to East German authorU itenced bv ititude of its However the killed 3yearo 1 d Vendetta Mullenottidal lamilyof retiring Prime He graduated from the Univers administration in meeting forties This has raised the specter oy u uiage M am is in dire of adequatejn the East tiberty Distdet Minister Jose Miro Cardona willity of Pittsburgh in January 1954 poluy during the of a Communist blockade of Wesl t recreational facilities a prime req Patrolman J o h n Joyce saidibe I office and completed his work at absence jBerlin in the late spring i Kndler pleaded guilty Jan for hei Charles McCarrell was operating1 Casuo is expected to turn his son in June of last year came from Demo Ihe proposal to include German and was sentenced today to pay lheu tontinutd auto ihe g j attention to two immaliate Attorney Cope passed the State cfralc Leadfr Lyndon B Johnson advisers would introduce a new the costs of prosecution and fined m Sunday as she walked along a lems the reopening of the gamBar examination administered last a conterence German representatives Street near htr blinc casinos and of Julv 24 J William Fulbnght attended conferences on chairman ot the Foreign Relations past occasions but have not BALTIMORE Md AP WHS sntenced tOtla to mmt auto that struck the g i r I attention to two immediate v f pnul c it i HILII1 i i Appeals Court judge today jetused to postpone the ordered i reoponing of the Warren n ie Liquor Virginia public high school on an Boart wus also instructed to dewould supply the necessary recreamanslaughter stray all of the liquor they ohtional facilities as well as nmvidei Harr v McCarrell father of revolutionary MIC along a me 01 me gum Construction of a State recreastreet near her home The youth bln8 casinos and the issue of the 24 park in Indiana County was charged with involuntary of asylum Boy 9 Drowns Vjrgima public high school on an utl wus also instructed to dewould supply the necessary recreamanslaughter He also intends to push the DUy s integrated basis of the licluol they ohtional facilities as well as provide Harry V McCarrell father of revolutionary regimes economic i ALTOON Chief Judge Simon E Sobeloff raincti lrom the raid last month Indiana County one of Pennsylthe youth was changed with perand social reform programs and Ullien 9 oi the 4th Circuit Court of other court action today Don1 vunias distressed labor linlicensed operator to the reorganization of the governSaturdays Appeals rejected contention by ald LLong Rossiter RD 1 pleadwith a new industry during the drive nis nient as well as the army uning pool Ihe county school board that best ttJ to a motor vehicle violahuntini fishina ami variiimn Twill be thP ma wLtl uumu uitii ucsi Siilty to a motor vehicle violahunting fishing and vacation sea interests of both white and was sentenced by Judgesons Sufh a project would alsol would be served if the Clark to pay the costs of prosecui furnish a vital source ot water private school system were retion fined and placed on profor the areas growing industrial lained until next September button for one year needs William J Phillips speaking for Sentence is to be suspended up The benefit of such a recreation ALTOONA Pa Jority to advise and consult with sible diplomats said because of Altoona drowned the administration in every posWest German Chancellor Konrad in the YMCA swim sible way in an attempt to help Adenauer felt that grave i See 2 Col I 1 See 2 Col t gration but weve been be a lawabiding citizen He added however that to Long was charged with driving transfer all from the i while under the influence of liquor 1SetuP back and for failure to give his name to i school at the driver of another car involved Irout Rqyal would be injurious to in an accident with the Lone ve 2 Col 2 hide The Gazette VIEWING News of the Harrisburg scene is 1eatujed in an article on edi tonal page 6 This view of the Harrisburg scene is written bv Leonard Unger the AP head in the capital INDIANA ACs tlieif game SaUirday night Head abuut tins game ami other sports on page 11 sylvania is easily accessible to the residents of surrounding Jefferson i Cambria Armstrong and West Counties and is less fifty milCvS for Pittsburgh and its urban areas therefore be it RESOLVED That the Tlouse of natives urge the Secre srests and Waters to con struct a State recreational park complete with a dam and adequate facilities such as boating fishing and swimming for the vacationing public and be it further RESOLVED That a copy of his i resolution be forwarded by the j Chief Clerk of the House of Repre sentatives lu the Secretary of For ests and Waters Red China Today No The Army Of Blue Blue Uniformed Workers Boost Red Chinas Production Editors Note The Communist engineered changes in China are enormous and so is the price paid in human terms Dr Sripati Chan drasekhar noted scholar and di rector of Indias Institute for Pop ulation at Madras recently re turned from extensive travel be hind the Bajnboo Curtain This is j the first of five searching articles he has written on life in Commu nist China By Pr Sripali Chandrasekbar 1 Copyright By The Associated Press to accomplish in one day what other nations normally take 20 years to do This last sentence is in fact a Chinese Communist twenty years compressnisin the same communism we in Red China ed into one know in the Soviet Union or Is it with five aspects of the What is this communism tliey different in any material partialand their economy These to achieve it Is Chinese commu Fven the most casual traveler cast Propaganda the but be strtS the tre mendous labor effort tuuiic s wp Minor Other Features 15 5 IM 3 BditorlaJ Notes M Ji Society Spurls World 4 H in 3 Students Out FARRELL Pa AP About 800 pupils at Harrell High School were sent home today after an WEATHER Variable cloudiness and colder tonight with chance of brief flumes Low in the upper teens Tuisday partly cloudy and cool said il was a prank Homer Ci Mon Ux I spent about six weeks in Com jmunisi China and traveled widely by plane train car and jeep visiting a major cities a few villages and four communes 1 traveled as far as Harbin in the north Lau in the east and Canton and Shumchuu in the south This huge nation ha upon an experiment which About the AuthoiyDr Chondrosekhor chilled j 4 women of all ages is dressed in versity and an American bndebjue rousers buttonedntp 1 was not in tavor of commutie tormer Ann Downes ot Scarstoats whh collars ike lhe bctort my Clnna he dale NA of communist party Chairman saiu on ins return to The author of several books on Mao Tsetung To a newcomer where he heads Indias Institute population problems he has travmen and women look almost alike tor Population Studies Bui 1 eled and lectured widely in Asia for all the women have takeu ta never thought that it oeiued just and the Americas including shoulderlength bobs about everythmg smatkiug of Ht the University of Pennsylvania1 It was explained to me that thil individuality and democratic n 1957 the University oi new haircut replacing the twin Missouri From 1947 to pigtail tune ia washing aod MADRAS India Sri pati Chandrasekhar is a 40year old population expert with a string ol academic degrees and i ers itch to find things out sell Twice offered an opportunity to visit Communist China as a mem ber of official delegations he re fused But when a chance came to travel there alone he want weeks il director for and 1 musr admit J I HM i H into a utedexclusively outside India The Associated Press In his articles Dr Chandrasek But At the would be tremendous lolly to r e se a hair dereslimaie the power of the newUnited Nations Educational Sdtenlivtt You mu Chum a power vividly sketched entific and Cultural OrganizationUhrousU your hair in his description of the regimes in Paris ajj set maurial achievements i He hoJds M A and M Litt de Hundreds of Ur Uiaiidrasekhar s t u d 11 d grees from the University of Madraad women io padded UOWfr taught and lectured m the was Nuffield fellow and coats wif iSJ Stiites more thau seven School of Economics is fcjrurgeois lo specialumg in the study of and has been a delegate to Europe Asia   

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