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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                IV I I TIDOY Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every of the Family Success Is jttat attottier wotd tor luck AS In as scdne ffiemte flre Volume 58 Twentyfour Pages City irk EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania February 1959 Two Seven Ctrrtt UEL1VKKS RECORDSTeamsters President James R Holla yesterday posed in the Senate Office Binding with a box of union records he is delivering to the Senate Rackets Committee Hoffa said the committee had requested the docu AP pv I A Deb Wins Divorce X er Wornan HARRISBURG iGov Lawrence today propos ed a tougher automobile jspeed enforcement Jaw for Pennsylvania with an indicaj jtlon that the warning system first violations would be idropped Lawrence told his news conference that legislation is i now being drafted to patternj Pennsylvanias law closely after the Connecticut The governor described the Con necticut system as the finest in mattcally loses his license for days after the first speeding vio ation 60 days for the second arid US Sees No Conflict On Berlin WASHINGTON PACT British Greeks Turks OK T riQ I 11 out snecldmg a No restricted licenses are issued Actress Debbie Reynolds withJn that state because of for exam tear today divorced singer Eddie Fisher on pie a motorist needing his car in e on testimony that my husband became interested in another his job woman Actress Elizabeth Taylor linked romanticall I Fisher was not mentioned by name 1 i116 in Supeiior Court fw only a few moments r The carnage on the road has to1 with st5p Lawrence said has KOAIANCE IV A FISH may something fishy about this love affair but Tiger the kissin cat and GF the cooperating goldfish appear to be congenial companions Their owners say theyve been along fin since becoming acquainted a couple of weeks ago liger belongs to Mrs James Newman Joplin and Ihe goldfish is the pel uf her 5year old neighbor Cad Daniels CAP Wirephoto ike Begins I Visit At Acapulco ACAPULCO Mexico President Eisenhower been too much coddling Highway safety has been a sub See 4 Col 3 AP into his palmringed tropical resort two President Aciolfo She repUed rively to he questionr Did this the divorce cause you grievous mental suffer ing Her corroborating witness was dancer Camille Williams an old Burbank High School chum and later Debbies secretary In anj swer to question s Spectacular Fire Rages In Latrobe Jukeb s LONDON AP An agreement ending four years lot bloodshed on Cyprus was signed today by the Brilish Turkish and Greek govern ments j Turkish Foreign Minister jFatin Ruslu Zorlu in an jnouncing the compact said jthere had been no compro jnmise and no lastminute con spile of talk about fessions to Archbishop Ma Avar1 over Berlin U S leader of the Greek expressed confidence negotiators iday hat a conflict can be a The Mediterranean island will voided by diplomatic independent with Greek jtiation and Turkish leadership and with There is considerable beBritain rights to its im jlief in high quarters here military bases there ihowever that Soviet Prei A session of nearlv two hours mier NikitaS followin8 a similar try to substitute a Zorluf i e r i i eprescnteci lurKev In absence or mtt conference for the foreign Premler Adnan still jmimsters meeting proposed Confined to the hospital after a this week by the Westernplane crash j The other participants Were authorities expect1 Prime Minister Harold Macmillan that Khrushchev issue a callof Britain and Premier Constantino for a heads of government session Karamanlis of Greece with top to be held in the near aides Premiers Karamanlis and i There is some speculation that menderes shaped up the he would like to get a conference ment in recent meetings at Zu before Secretary of State TolWich Switzerland and brought it j Foster Dulles is Well enough too Britain for approval attend Khrushchev So Makarios wasreported to have viet leaders have often denounced j modified his objection to Britains Dulles and sometimes contendretention of sovereignty over her they could not do business Ayithj See 4 Col 6 is for au in fm operation and preparing lol undergo treatment of cancer i Present indications are that the United Slates Britain and would be prepared to go into a i summit meeting only if it were See 4 Col 7 with Mexicos Mateos The smiling 49yearold Mexithen said can leader led a big delegation of granted government officials who gathered Thus ended one of the most pub lal the gaily bedecked airport to I welcome Eisennower Thousands of excited Mexicans lined the streets of Acapulco to I join in the greeting The President flew here in his Ersonal plane the Columbine Ill It after an overnight stop in I Texas With the Mexican President I were Ambassador Robert C Iliill and Mexicos Foreign Minis Iter Manuel Tello fhe this West Phff comotive worce is County community Fire Chief Earl Dakon said See 4 Col Civil Strife Threat In Iraq High BAGHDAD Iraq AP Pre mier Abdel Karim Kassems split onestory brick structure housed a metallurgical laboratory and the wire spring shop Much expensive equipment was damaged or destroyed Only the shell of the building remained Dalton said a defective heater apparently caused fire to break out shortly before mid night Although hampered by biting winds and temperatures in t Ire teens firemen of five volunteer f Accompanying Eisenhower were with the followers of Presteens of five voluntee is brother Milton Eisenhower a iclent Nasser and his closer succeeded in prevent hite House advisor on interlions with Iraqs Communists are pread the fire to othe y threatening to tear his the Pi Ihis iWhite House adviser on American affairs and Roy yboitom assistant secretary of government apart and plunge e lerican affairs ibe nation into fierce civil strife enaJ y i I r p Pieae Woolen other and Co mill was a hand cut ft The f i r m components makes locomotive state tor LatinAmerican HIIUUS imu Livu simc The President look 3 hours 37 Kassem himself is still Jhe onIV injury minutes for the flight here from ly popular but there are many reman who siflered Bergstrom Air Force base at doubts arising about his entour lAustin Tex age After greeting one another the short the honeymoon is end two presidents reviewed a for the revolutionary forces Itary guard of honor composed of which overthrew the proWestern Mexicos presidential guards government of Nuri Said and as Then they left for Eisenhowers sassinated young KingFaisal last White the lush summer Marques Hotel With the Nasserites evicted PllTSBURGH S Steel It was the fourth visit of an fom the Cabinet the men around Corp said today it has started up JAmerican president to Mexico Kassem now are dissipating poputhe No 1 blast furnace at its near See 4 Col 6 jlar enthusiasm for the republican by Duquesne Works to keep pace regime by an increasingly the growing demand for effort to put Iraqt into a quasi steel Marxist doctrinal straitjacket1 The fifrnace one of six at the through police state methods Duquesne Works was taken out of The result is a wave of privateoperation in December All ly voiced criticism which would Mnit one blast furnace at Duquesne have been unthinkable a month now is operating The company made no mention The trend appears to be toward of recalling workers but usually even more of a military dictatorrelighting a blast furnace requires See 4 Col 2 j additional manpower PRR Recalls 00 Workers ALTOONA Pa Penn liylvania Railroad said today it Kill recall tiOO Iurloughed employ Ls in the Altoona area in the next hroe weeks A speedup in car re work is responsible The recalls will affect laid offi Employes al both the Samuel Rea1 in Holliduysburg and the ala Shops al Altoona The recalled 900 workers last De pinber anil lfU lust November j L tlugh manager of thei lieasy repairs deparlment in the1 juiliijads Altoona yurds said the present recall is com the work force in his areaj rtll be above Last year James B Symes President of the Pennsylvania IJailroud said the lorce for the company in the Al ina area would be about Inside The Gazefte POINT or Tlip iniMorUuit rule of agriculture to the economic life of he iui tiuii is discussed by William un puge Barking Dog Averts Fire Early Today Barking of adog early today averted a fire and may have saved the lives of a White Twp couple Mr and Mrs Ralph J Flick 5M Clark wera aroused by the dog about 3 and found their house filled with smoke Mr Flick rushed to the base ment where he found the cellar door engulfed in flames He man aged to douse the fire with the use of a garden Fire Chief William Simpson called to the scene minutes later said He Flick was lucky to get it out They should have called the fire department as they really had one lire Simpson said the prob ably started from a short in a TV antenna wire He added that the fire burned through a screen door and also through the basement door Mrs Flick said we were awakened by Tiny their pel dog who was on the bed bark ing The house was thick with smoke 1 know we should have called the tire department but the first thing you think about is getting the fire out and my husband was able to get the garden Chief Simpson in discussing the blaze stated He was lucky the garden hose was right there at the The tire chief added that lie was called by the Flicks at a in They were wakened by the dog about or he pointed out Tiny is a Manchester Ter rier BLAIRSVILLE Fire de Required At Fisher Plant A runoff vote between District 50 United Mine Workers of Apier ica and the International Assoc tion of Machinists will be required as a result of voting today by employes of the Fisher Scientific Company Indil anas newest A consent vote was conducted today under the auspices of the Shoplifter Apprehended Here Fihed National Labor Relations Boiftfd WASHINGTON Aurora jukebox pper said today hoodlums tried to muscle into his business kjrCk by taking him on a ganglandstyle ride lilt Barney Poss choking back tears said the gangsters also n I threatened to cripple him with a baseball bat D I d ITS V1116 His wife he told the Senate LaborManagement Comi mittee also received threatening telephone calls from hoodlums 1 IWIMV was so nervous T was fearful she was going togo m UK j c i j iNationat Laoor Keiations Board he said a trame home on hast to detemilne which union if aay A tall grayhaired man Poss br0wn ot here this morning was to represent the workers t at said he has operated jukeboxes leaving a damage toll estiinatj the plant located on Route 119 tor years in 207 locations in the at j south of Indiana Aurora area j Blairsville volunteers bat Because none of the unions re Hoodlums he said tried to tleel the iJarnes for three1 ceived a majoritynumber of votes move in on They focused part oli a runoff will be needed according beginning in 1956 their efforts on a neighboringlo LMcCauley plant mana niMoiri1 ll decirted I vvasnt going to give house that was XTTtJD aiea gni R up jf it lireihe sak b the will announce the Asked to iiame the hoodlums i Flre Chief Snvtie said lp date Jor lhe vote in the noon by Patrolman Charles R Mewho threatened him he said one Dro oc uniS hi Mr 1inear future was a man as Rockv St t nett The tOR In todays JMIS fcimei H stitt lie said neith voting were and the er Mr imp Mre Ktitt jt machinists union Other choices on the ballot td A 17yearold was apprehended yesterday after noon by Patrolman Charlt for shoplifting The girl was observed taking skirt valued al from a er Mr nor Mrs Stitt Later Poss said he found out home as they were both working local store by employes of another Martell an alias for Rocco Cause otthe blaxe is unknown store shopping during the noonSalvatore Pranno a partner of Firemen were summoned to the America no union and Interna Kelly in the AuroraKane scene at 48 East Brown St at 9 lional Union of Electrical Radio A description was given to localCounty Anuusement Co They remained there untiland Machine Workers police and Patrolman McAdoo Poss said Pranno took him to noon inade the arrest about Lodge near Aurora in neighboring home that was frorn the description of the juliere three hoodlums climbed thifeatened byflames is occupied After a hearing before Justice of i into an automobile and look him by the James Dixon family the Peace A the girl wasTor a ride down a lonely highway Chief Snyder said the Stilt home ordered to make restitution of the The leader he said was a man Was completely gutted and called skirt and pay fine and costs known to him only as who the damages a total told him Were going tobe your It was not learned whether Indiana Floral will close at 5 partner Were going to make you not the Stiits have insurance Fri Feb 20 I59x See 4 Col 2 cover the damages day were United Steel Workers of i i Gen Marshall Still Serious From Constitutional Study Graduated Income fax Minority Report Ready jSaltsburq Lad i Family Reunited i It look KDKA SIOKTS DemoDemocratic floor lender said he1 Labor members of his biparti cratic membur of the Constitutionwould consult with his GOP Tax Study Committee al ilore al Revision Committee said today lerpart Rep Albert W Johnson though endorsing expansion of the u minority report would be subiabout legislative sponsorship ot sales tax as milted to the Legislature proposboth majority and minority re the stales ing a graduated income tax ports from ihe commission next two years ct Miss Gunevieve Blatt inlernul McCann said he would nuel with duaurd income tax affairs secretary said she wguld Johnson March 1 about the merange answer be joined in submitting the of simmiiling actual Icgis The House is by Mayor Ricluirdson Dilworlh un tincommissions ivcomDemocrats but Ff BRAGG to George C Marshall remained in I serious condition here today He suffered a mild stroke Wednesday a slight case of pneumonia I A morning report from Womack General Hospital here reported j that the 78yearold retired gen erals condition remained the same A doctor was at Marshalls i bedside during the night Marshall who served as Army chief of staff during World War 11 and later was secretary of sute arid secretary of defence miid stroke Jan 15 at home in nearby Pine has been hospitalized means of solvin tax problems in the lor a as a report stroke Jack Bulki Pittsburgh stcekr will beone of the sports figures at the Unary Spurts JBuucitul Six and controlled by Si1 naif is in which are expected a the hands of Republicans Sen James S Berger Republican floo sifitred a his winter hurst aivi since lutsday night tiie medical on Marshall said if the chances of re covery are good Marshall ihe only nonWest Poinier ever to attain fivestar ne iiuik sufrernj a second stroke night He had entered Womaek Anny Hospital after 4 ighl stroke at his retirement Lamp Umiucss Mirror t i Olher Features n Huapital Xolrn ObltUiiici Society Sjiorli IVKadio VSoild lo 10 II u I Iany every Thursday WKATHEB Rallior windy and cold today diminishing tonight Siinnv and tonlwued cold Jbnday Low lomght 14 to IS TV and news director Hill Burns Philadelphia and Mrs Robert just six minutes last evening to iVeGeehaii legislative chairman of week later locate the family ot a thirimithe League of Women Voters j Asked whether he would join in leader said any graduated income yearold youngster snllei ing from Three other persons on the 15sponsoring u graduated income lax proposal would meet with op iamnisia member coinmlssiun also have tax bill in the face of longstand position from his colleagues j hscorled by local police officials recommended removal of a coning GOP opposition Johnson Any constitutional ainendmeni1 I the boy was presented to KDKAstitutioiuil prohibition against graplied x must be passed by two Legisla TV vievvers at the beginning of duated taxes Huithey were re That f dont know until I disHires and iheu gain voters0 ap Burns news program ported to be ready to submit sepcuss it with the Republican cauproved Six minutes later the time it arale minority reports voters soundly would take to place a long dis The question is what the Legis jov lawrence already is on trouuceda graduated income tax lunce call and establish lature will uo about a report from record as expressing doubi that proposal in the 19iOs Since then i ed that the Saluburg Pa Rep Stephen McCann House session isuccws is stayiug at the civnier v SuSS from S lauue uo aooui a report irom record as expressing doubi thatproposal in the Since program Burns announctheninemember majority against any income ttfx measure would be identical proposals have been ofi Allstate the boys family had beena graduated income tax passed in the current legislative fered to the Legislature without antee in SaHsburg Pa Rep Stephen McCann House session I success iCo Allstate Batteries 24 nw ex Sears Roebuck   

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