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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 18, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Iftdliwia That Serves Every ojf the Family Most women they dont like gossips kit how they love to listen to them City Volume 157 EDITION Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday February 18 1959 Two Sections Seven WONT START Red Ink Engulf s Tax Books Of Penn Recession Blamed In Big Deficit HARRISBURG Red ink today engulfed the Commonwealths tax books to the extent of 178 million dollars Gov Lawrence blames this staggering more than double anything ever befoie principally on the re And once again he rang up the economy flag for the Legislature Asked at liis news confer ence Tuesday if any new state spending would be un dertaken in the next years he replied Very little if any We have to temper what we want with what e thAnk the people can State tax collections he said are falling off estimates by 11 million dollars in the twoyear fib cal period ending next May 31 Those losses legitimately could he chargeable to the the governor added j Lawrence hen went down a long string of items of state ex penditures which ran beyond alj set by the 1957 Legisla ture They ranged from 24 Vi million dollars in extra expenses for state I aid fpr schools down to 2 millions for school health examination Others included 19Vi millions to insure that state employes receive a 4 per cent return on their re tirement contributions mil lions for relief millions for occupational disease and 4l mil Llions for retirement obli gations Lawrence said there wont be much left over for new programs even if the Legislature agrees to raise the 125 million dollars in new taxes recommended by his bipar tisan tax advisory committee Btty lUSurvives 17 Floor Fall Expresses Support Of Dulles WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said toj jday he wants secretary of NEW YORK w An Jlvear slate John Foster Du les to old boy is alive alter falling 17 on the Job M j asj j stories apartment believes he is able to clow He landed In a low bush carry on j a soggy lawn Tuesday I Theboy lames Bell a Negro two broken wrists two broken elbows a black eye and i internal injuries I Police who were told that i fames eyesight is poor listed his plUnge as an accident Eisenhower told his news con ference that lie and Dulles agreed during the Presidents visit to Walter Reed Army Medical Cen ter Tuesday to go right anead with plans for international con ferences Tn response to a question the j President said he has given noj thrtught an alternate negotiator if Dulles is physically unable to attend the conferences i because of his illness with cancer Moreover Eisenhower said hei has not discussed with anyone thei possibility of replacing Dulles as secretary of state He said that since Dulles be IKE Answers Assertion By Nikita i WASHINGTON AP Eisenhower said emphatically today that if there is any shooting over West Berlin it will be started the Soviet not by the Western Allies The President told a news Conference the Allies have no of taking the first step in a shooting war i He was commenting on an as sertion by Soviet Premier Nikita WALTER J WORK treasurer candidate WalterWork Run j Khrushchev that any attempt by Editor Marks 84th Birthday At Bedford SOMFRSFT Pa f stateht luis ROCHESTER MILLS i rnade il clear to the President tint Baker Reiley celebrates his 84th any time Eisenhower feels the1 Workf Rochestep i birthday today still very much acsecretary is either a political Or Olinced totiay he vvi De by setting forth his view ITUUA in f t irt the Western Allies to shoot their way to West Berlin would mean Eisenhower said Khrushchev niiist have been talking about shooting by Communist forces to slop the Western Allies from do ing their duty The President xvas alluding to pledges by the Allies to maintain their rights of communication Mills anj Eisenhower underscored his po HE KXKW THE VERDICTExmnjor Josus Bhnu6 mghu the out come of 1m trial yesterday draws a finger across his throat while joking wilh guards a few min utes before he was condemned to death He died before a firing squad Winphoto Newest Satellite May f Spot N uc uumuav ujuuy Mm vny mucn acsecretary is either a political or llollIKeci tociay ne witt be a canclisuion py tortn ins view live after more than 50 years in national liability the Presidentdate for the office pf treasurer the 30minute news the newspaper business accept his resignation m editor and publisher of In this connection Eisenhower he minmrv wants John Fos the Daily Americansaid Dulles had never made the punwry elections m ter Dules to contiluie as secre vyhich he founded 30 years ago rei specific statement that he wanted f taT of state long as Dulles ports daily to his office A HOhonr to resign because that would have served as health belies he is in shape to carry on week is the only concession the secretary wanted the county far a nunH Eisenhower said he has dis makes to his He uswl lonni c r ber ot vlvs qllrl lu ins ajc nc to put j See ExpressesI a tie 2 Col 4 I in 80 hours weekly j j His love of the newspaper game developed when he received a Ismail printing press for his eighth Christmas M neveV he says Its Serious After s s ai said today he iscussedWtth no one the possibility acquainted with the people of replacing Dulles in the Cabinet throughout the entire As for reports that Dulles tried he tms Hved East resign after learning he has Twp most of his life and is seek cancel again Eisenhower said s never lias made any spe statement t4 hltn about ing support for a county office the first time t f rvjovement In Remove Deputy From HiohwavPost loo to be called Reiley began his career with PenXwhanian Inter worked for ueVs papers in FT BRAGG C I y nesboroAltoona Umontown George C Marshall hashad an f I stroke and his condition and Trenton considered serious j The Brownsville Telegraph The World Army chief Americas Sjeeingeye VanWinch lie founded in 1915 was deof staff suffered a mild stroke capable of b Jire nl927 Two years Jan 15 at his at tionary against the Fi Forerunner for future salakn he tlie Amerinearby Pinehurstvand in Cuba jdiaiely transferred to ani Army spaWJjng in Miami the Miami hprtv io 78 xr ARRISBURG AP Richard Heres how it was explained by and his secretary of adHarris has been dismissed as ministration Walter Giesey deputy highway secretary in what Jt wall take 178 million dollarsan official today described as a Ue See Red 2 Col 2 Worlds Largest Business Bldg WASHINGTON was described today as a nuclear explosion cloud and a forerunner for future sa tellites carrying actual television cameras i These prospects and possibilities were outlined to the House Space Committee by John P Hagen of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Rep James Fulton RPa sug gested that means the United States is in where it can keep check on world atomic explosions without an internation i sign is start erf the pulles has would thTn been telling him See 2 Col I 11 Q II 6 M U 6 5 R Oril IXe9l For Stealing Scrap Iron c M S101IS with the Soviet Umou on awaiting court action on inspection system o arcjny O1 There was no immediate wcud Apprehended yesterday by State here He is 78 Nows An announcement today by the u former Castio cora Womack Army Hospital here said panionf Rafael de Pino as sav I the stroke suffered in the night ing Castro is blind to a Comma I GO IS i was more severe the prenist mensfae We still have timej vious one to utuiergroundagainst lus fAP Ihe announcement added Hegovernment if it isnt cleanedr f 7 J is conscious his blood pressure Up n iCharles H Boehm today and pulse are stable and at presl rjel pno said fe has iio thfe Legislature to find any Three Josephine men are coniUn lle no evitleice of Para1with ousted President Fulgenciomismanagement or extravagance ysis of his extremities He has i the way he operates the State sa mice men are con1 wun oustea fresiaenc MiigencioJ really outflanks the discusfined lo the ndiana of extremities He hasBatista and seeks none but thatij some dirticnItv wim visinn anil manv Cubans a charge som swallowing His condition is pares an Ve as he considcred seriois does and will be Willing to jqin b InstruchOtt Department Boenm directed his remarks ipartment reoivanixation I Robert Winchester chief of de ipartment personnel suid Harris1 SCRANTON Pa Twelve was removed Monday from the witnesses will be called to testify WLUU oy siaie post of deputy secbefore a federal grand jury today whether such an assessment is enPolice from the Greensburg bari MlSl Marsnal1 nas been a to Sen George N s iretary in charge of design as the Justice Department seeks teriained in the government agenlracks the men were turned over visitor at the bedside of her hus He charged that Communist RCumberland who he rsfcW YORK AP Work is The move was made as part to find out what influence if any cies primarily concerned with the to Indiana County officials and In d who served after World Waiijectives iii Cuba are being abettedsaid wrong in for expected to start later this year of a reorganization of the crime has in the aninspection issue diana Substation State Police on the worlds largest commercial Winchester said He industry Hagen director of to be will 55 stories just north of Gi Central Terminal unjiMUCI HIC UI IMC U O nillc IJl UUIIVCU UV tl UUCieaF w unit ul lie largest office n the ol deputy secretary Beckley willattorney generals jrroup invesiiplosion and transmit this scrap was estimated at and dePe tvorld is the Pentagon m Washreceive a year He had gating organized crime in conback to earth immediately is reported the men took the developmen s ington he largest commercial been an engineer in the departducting the probe But Hagen promptly qualified sciaP Kovalchick scrap Dlv A Levi bin ding is Amun lhose H d rhjs b ddj t e d in ndiana 11uy were con jn Rockefeller Center here building would have Amon lhose b J d yard in Indiana They were nearby Fayette Harris was named deputy secday are officials of the KnoxW wait on what data comes in to the Indiana County Laild rttary wlu he with Griffith minl fore saving just how small a cloud after a wring before Justice Duke School of Med department in November 1956 ers h the Peace John Sokolv mne saw Marshall and were re square feet of office department in November 1956 ers have been entombed since the satellite can detect i thC Pnor that lhe 22 and officers of Local In responseto another question n ii T8 c gineer worked with a consulting Uniled Mine Workers of Hagen said it is loo early to say n W rSt New York City which covers mineworkers whoj See NewPase Col S mated he will cost about Beckley 53 Harrisburg has were employed bv the Knox 100 nillllon d0lUirS bwn wilh lhe department in ined jackets for the Peace John Sokoly ported in agreement with the di Dance Clymer Legion Fri 20th and treatment Dress pants i years oeen will the cepartmentt in Dog Davsquiltlined jacket various capacities for the lat 28 Doggy khaki pSnts Waxlers men and boys Waxlers IS I by Sunset Serenaders to 159x InTx j 157x Stretch socks 4 for MoloneNot NOW ips Collide n English Chan Warren County School In Front White Students Boycott Virginia t ii i1 T Fidel Castro has become mereL ly a tool for the Communist dethfc Cumberland County lawmak Levi an eye Higns of Guevara and a few el nearby Hiyetteolhers ju hjs t Dei Wade lold The Associated Press inv n r 1 j he will continue to work for adop jtion of his resolution calling for a probe of the departments opera tion The measure now is in Sen ate committee I want to see a Senate mi i tee go over to the department LONDON ships coland I am sure the allegations I liiled in the Knglish Channel tohave made will be backed day and a tanker went agroundWade said as fog snarled land sea and air The senator said he learned that has eliminated himself PA w i meht has led to chaos fnistra as a possible Remiblicna candi AblGon German ship Wertion and resentment among per offiS in P isbmih1atal 3nd the Turkish sonnet of the department m Alehe v C mm ship Hhueseyin collided off East Gov Lawrence made a personal 0 bourne The vessels were able to inspection of a conference room pnT dent James D veteran Re j n j the department which Wade Hie Pittsburgh Sun Telegraph 2 Col piev ihouaU a suns of and al the beginning of the term white enrollment in the integrated the other 18 had arrived three or civmer Teenae Center under list year had 41 teachers under schools hud reached and off ilour lo a car None came on new management Owner Ravin IS lhe lllue of M iiat tries suuls according for buses ond Buiiiiev Sr l57v the page 6 column by Hal Boyle Inside The Gazeffe group would come in but when neistratiun beeau onlv siv it us S uf UJ i w re majuv li white NOOare ehoou ee er H T t V n t f8 gU IJHS WINS Indiana High School won another game last night to continue the private school said the entrance and allowed no one been ordered admitted to the 5 to on their way lu Disuict i playoffs See sports 18 and 19 y were not needed oxxept the pupils on the grounds school by federal courts but 1U p in Sukul Club mci The states compulsory school Two policemen manned the gales did not appear 157x Other Feafwres DGasque Wurr f i allendance Jaw was by others wefeat the top of the hill School said they we e fnril Co i begun dispersmg Ule General Assembly in its spefronting school Sheriffs dcpnot suipriscd thai no white chH P 1 tolKKi1 ttM ion dttei Uw ulies and state police were stadreu appeared for Allsiate Batteries 24 mo guarj idCIll SiitQ llC VVUS tO Itll 31 A i no white children The complete boycott by white the iScad W WJt was ia sliajp to a by Warrcu Cuumys Sue 2 fol j i   

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