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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Indiana Cowtity Newspaper Thkt Serveg Every Member of the Family Ihdidha Pennsylvania Friday February 20 I If Its to argue with a fool may net fcttdw which is City EDITION Two Sections Seven Cents GERMAN MEET By Warm Lavishly Feted By Mexicans ACAPULCO Mexico AP At Acap Troin Rams Former Boro Cop Killed Near Warren WaitSee Eisenhower and WARREN A fonner Indiana Borough policeman were killed today in a collision of a Penn fain and a truck at the Rouse final with s AdolfoLopez Maleos Eisenhowers twoday goodwill visit to this tropical resort on the Pacific Coast ends tonight He planned to fly overnight to Au for a weekend of golf direct to Washington if the Au gusta weather is bad Eisenhower and Mat cos exchanged pledges of internation al friendship when the Pres ident arrived Thursday Then they talked informally aboard the Mex itan chief executives yacht the Soltavcnto during a fourhour cruise When they came asnore late in day spokesmen announced iliscusscd the proposed Diablo Danya JOOmilliondollar structure which would be buHt and financed by the two govern ments on the Rio Grande border about 12 miles from Del Rio Mexicos coffee industry its production of lead and zinc and Mexican concern about com petition between its cotton crop and that of the United States Jj Neither White House press sec retary James C Hagerty nor the See 2 Col 4 In Cyprus NICOSIA Cyprus jTurkish Cypfiot school chilj dren demonstrated noisily to1 Rowland 17 both of Rouse the agreement to iren County bring independence to Cy said they were riding in pius British C CRAIG seeking office Reds Seek OKof Rule By Commies Paul Craig Candidate j For Sheriff f PaulC Craig Armstrong Town I ship announced today he will seek ithe office of Sher Both men were killed The bodies the coroner Greek Cypnot studentsin the were bandly mangled of Paphos paraded in cele j Rivett and Rowland were of tiie successful coriclu i turning to the county home the London conference Warren when the flyer ramjTnere were a few celebrations in jmed into their truck at the crossolner towns but Cypriots general iing Police said the couple mayiy assumed a cautious waitand have seen the train or might jse attitude i have been trying to beat it across The student demonstrators were I the dispersed without incident Sol I I he accident occured at diers patrolled the border between iam the Greek and Turkish sectors of j Rivett was a member of the Inthe capital I Idiana police force for about three j flie dftnihnshaHnn I was worker there j r The exiled archbishop is expect Rowland s and ed to become the republics first Robert W Rowland are superin president when independence ar tendent and matron of the home ives m about a year Warren authorities said Rivett There was some excitement was employed there as a policewhen a few hundred Greek Cvp imm for two years 1951 to gathered to meet 38 political before taking the job at the coun detainees released detention ty home j SeeWaitSoePage 2 Col 1 Coroner Lowrey andState Po1 lice are continuing an investiga tion Door Left Open For Confab Gerald McGce is shown pained cab of his wrecked truck Truck DriVer After fit 119 Accident JT j i 1 ft f i 7U LONDON So viets today gave a chilly re jception to Western proposals for a Big Four foreign minis jters conference on Germany but still left the door open to direct negotiations j An Englishlanguage commenta jtor on Moscow Tadio said the I Western notes handed the Krem lin Monday do not contain a I single more or less constructive suggestion capable of facilitating settlement of questions either of i Berlin or of Germany It all boils jdown to the same invariable no i the West has been giving us all the the broadcaster said j The belief grew in the West that j Soviet Premier Nikita S Khrush ichevwould press for Big Four summit than a for leign ministers he i receives British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan this weekend With of State rph Dulles ailing the suave British Photos by hlpos appeamrl emerging as the i coordinator of Allied policy in dealing with the Soviets He told j the House of Commons Thursday night that after his talks with the Soviet leaders he would visit Bonn and Paris and perhaps Washington with a view to forma tionof Western allied v Maenrrfillan leaves for The driverof a Saturday to spend 10 See 2 Living Cost Edges Up In January jiff on the Republican ticket at the May 19 primaries i A lifelong resident of Indiana WASHINGTON AP he S 3 S011 NIr am1 Premier Nikita Parkwood apparentlv intends to press the Mr Crn8 Is through1 M Western powers hard in forthcom ut county Irving taken an CASHING I ON cost ing talks to accept the prestnt actVe interest m niany llving edfied up onetenth of tne Europf countncs He is a member of the West slightly below the November 1958 Union Presbyterian Church where iecord mgh dn officials said today thathe is serving on the board of trusi Lalxv Department reported seems to be the significance of and superintendent of tmu food prices more G blunt little noticed sectionofa Sabbath School than offset a slight decline in the speech covering foreign policy Mr Craig is vice president of rest of ts consumer price index Issues which Khrushchev made the Armstrong Twp School Dis The index sUwd at per Tuesday at Tula a city south of tricf a member of Benjamin of tlie 194749 average This wasj Moscow Franklin Joint School District ot one per cent below1 Although E a s t e r n Europeanmember of the operating comititne alltime peak countries long have been of Indiana Joint High School Ewan Clagut commissioner of Communist governments t h e and vice president of the Indiana me Bureau of Labor Statistics Western powers have taken theCounty School Directors tlie nine months since April line that Poland and Heis Noble Grand of Indiana1958 have been the longest period vakia for instance would some Scu Col 5 isf day gain freedom from what Ihei denounces as Communist tyranny Plane Burns Trio Escape A Subzero tejnperaturers were recorded throughout Indiana County last night as again swept out of the north bringing minus zero readings in much of the north eastern por tion of the United States At eight oclock this morning the temperature reading in In diana was four above zero Lowest recording for the coun ty seat was two above zero at id Ohio received ifae back of nmd the ear and is also suffering ironi potable con ind injuries to his left shoulder andleft leg f i StatePolicereport the Cleveland Wopnan Fined ForLifting1 Yesferday fisher Plant The results of yesterdays em Indiana Soroush Police rontinn was injured when the truck ploye voting at the Fisher Scien I he was driving failed to make the10 Company were announced to wrecked on the bridge Idav bv tne National Labor Rela The truck reportedly came to Boarcrnis was to de leaning on the wall of the cementitermine which union will repre bridge sent the employes at the new lo McGee was pinned to thecabical of the truck I The plants eligible employes Accordingto a report the Thursday using a ballot ed their on shoplifting Accoraingra a report in local stores yesterday with this arrest of Mrs Frances union re the j McAdoo cold wave For Margaret The woman was appre bended bir Patrolman Charles R SAN FRANCISCO AP i training plane landing in thej s ifirrAirZtLtv 8l Three men aboard leaped tunately for highway crews snow ran to safety has been light making plowing It is reported Mrs McCutcheon h In some portions j removed u 29 cent box of powdered ri ih u howeverclndcrs necessary tmilk front a shelf while stoppii d the Pan Amen when large flakes of snowcoated in the stoe to get Dinolli rl highways in elevations After a hearing before Justice M D i P Pr0sPects todav and tonight of the Peace A M Cox Mrs Mc H 1 v f COnUnilWl CflW wwther Paid engmeei Hal Lyon Red There is no prediction of heavy and made restitution for the pow j snow fall i v ITU JL i ciiiLCrn will I tic t TX McCutchepn 20 56 South Fifth fhe lndiana Fire Department Jr and Police i Kiral i a rescue squad was summoned to The results showed Dist 50 free the trapped driver United Mine Workers 20 votes Police said the truck was api International Union of Electrical parently going too fast causingCorkers 13 votes United Steel the tractortrailer to wreck on thej workers 3 votes and International bridge Assn of Machinists 33 votes Two The truck was loaded with steel for no union representa tion The runoff elections will be be The Outside Inn Full course Roast Beef DjnnerT tmdayandSunday tween the UMWs Dist 50 and the machinists union Employes pres p Three Aces Two Queens Are o WinnerU Authorities have been analyzing e Tula speech here and in other estern capitals for clues to GROVK C of comparative price stability since the index was established on its present basis in 1940 U has fluctuated within a range of fourtenths of a point the scale the Western capitals for clues to JROVF CITY Pa A immediate a n 1 i u gunshot wound which police Say tives in his cumwas has proved fatal ice RedsPage 2 Col 3 to George Norman Black 16 of Foxburg Clarion County Mabons Notice Black died Thursday in Grove Members ot Indiana Lodge No Citv Hosnital 313 F A and other Masons Srtpldhosnit official FT BRAGG NC AP are requested to meet at Robin medical report on No Change For Marshall The at tomorrow e llls son sJl001 George C Piling for services for our late lb oom It meant the re Brothw Harry A Stinson i Dance Tonight Medorus soldierstatesman was Iiold r ii A yc wM Clymer Round Square Polka K his own against the weaken J Larlyle Urr Sec 10 to J59x ing influences of age two strokes mild pneumonia The last full report late Thurs day contained a faint note of op only a note Col j George B Powell the generals physician cautioned that Marsh Inside The Gazette POINT OF SPOUTS ScliulastiibasMbull KIIIHLS woie played last niglit to propave tuunuuiuiit coming LIIJ SIH sports pagis H and 13 Other Feafures tUiriur liunU N JU17 IS ii Obituaries SuiUty Spur iVKadio t i In reply to a question Col Pow ell said he had told Mrs Marshall that the general appeared to be a little better but 1 cautioned her against Marshall 78 entered the Army hospital here after his first stroke Jan 15 The second stroke came Tuesday niyht along with the pneumonia IGOxently are not represented by a i union No date has been set for a run ioff election AH parties concerned jhave until Feb 27 to file legal objections to election results Crafts Score Near Miss WASHINGTON Capital Airlines plane reported another near miss with an Air Force plans A spokesman for Capital here said the pilot of one of its Con an Atlanta bound it had to take evasive action to avoid an Air Force Cl3 cargo plane over Ten The fourth of its kind this oc currtd about at about feet in rhe vicinity of Knox ville rhe airline said The airliner flight 981 was en route from Charleston to Atlanta Another Capita airliner with 37 passengers aboard reported it had a near miss with a military jet bomber near Charlotte Thursday The pilot said the air liner dived to avoid the bomber Passengers were shaken up but none was hurt The Federal Aviation Agency already has an investigation into the ojtfwr near collisions The Outsick luu Full course Roast Beef Dinner Saturday utui Sunday Mostly cloudy Low mar A little warmer Satur day iligb in the 2Urf 1 iagle members round and polka se Saturday Feb 21 Music byi Stags itiOxl THIS UANW VISITS NU the prinvipals iu the photo are anxious to help Soap Box Derby officials and drivers to get the annual event underway in Indiana Coumy Thev are the three derby winners and two derbyqueeuo of past voars L to r aie Kenny Fairman Susan Roue U957j Jimmy Ban J ad i ana Daiu c tlymw LegiojJ Fri by dauc Barbara Scull and Doug Cope County boys eleven through 15 years may register Jiiuc cierb ai Edsvards Chevuaet Sales Service Indiana lumorjfow Jiom 10 a in lu 4 p ni phuto by Allstate r atucc 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