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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Little Indians Capture Second TriCounty Sealo i OT TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper that Member of the Family there are times when a yoimp should get a smart crock for making one Volume 160 CLOSE City County EDITION Twelve Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday February 21 1959 Telephone HO S5555 Seven Cents SCHOOLS FLOOR Kffffi fVSfS m t Flies Into Moscow Hi wwi m m ftute ifc IiW stilt To Russia By Nikita By RONALD THOMPSON MOSCOW V British Prime Minister Macmilian flew into Moscow today with a gmiJe a gentle dig at his host and hat thai wow ed the Russians jjj Premier Khitishchev wel icombed hjm to tlie Soviet Union with a speech full ofj Friendly sentiment and pressing hope for a useful exchange of Macmillan and his foreign min ike Ends Visit In LUTHER S WILLIAMS stxks reelection L Selwyn Lloyd got a red car A n pet reception upon their arrival Axil M OUR G6S for talks they hope will ease world p i i tensions rT5 XVI J fl IT rt P I do not come tonegotiate on W W W particular Macmilian T said I do that in Julllt7 announced WASHINGTON AP I jPresident Eisenhower return to freezing Washington j this morning after a twoday Igood neighbor visit with jPresident Adolfo Lope Ma iteos of Mexico in sunny Aca Ipulco Mexico Kisenhower had hoped to stop off at weeji end of golf But after i apparently receiving reports in S flight that the Georgia weather i i still was too cold windy and wet Classes Set For 1st Floor V State De partment of Labor Indus try today ordered a closing of the second floor of Ernest Grade School because of a failure to meet fire safety re quirements The closing edict becomes effective Wednesday Feb 25 Adjustment of class plan jning however will permit the school to operate on a normal schedule on the first floor according to an an nouncement made by James K MclSlhoes secretary of the j Rayne Twp School District At a meeting here last night I board members said school opera j toons will be normal Monday but j added that Tuesday classes will be dismissed at noon to permit the our talks together we shall at least reach a better understand ae OFF TO THE SHOWERSCoTich Walter Stapleton of Indiana High is headed for j a dousiug lingof our points of view j U J dN r Coaj but fare Wils under the showers little Indians copped the TriCounty Basketball League crown last I Perhaps in this way our visit W1 e seeking tlie in lhe cold mornijlR ait J i i rrUi r i j t i i I i i UOI1 tO In 31 pOSL OQ tiltJ JxfpUDl ICiiM j i 1 ticket 1 tw of supplies arid equipment ifpr golf he had personal NAMED IN to the firstfloor plane Columbine III head for Tommy above was toj Beginning Wednesday classes jAVashirigtun named in testimony by a i will operate on a normal schedule 1 In 20 degree weather he stepped witness before the Senate they will be confined to j down the ramp at the MATS term1 kets Committee in Washington jthe firstfloor of the school Williams nfwimpTwrV mal and was greeted by Acting i Ted Sipiora phonograph record Announcement of the Labor and lin Secretary of State Christian A distributor said Leonettis Departments final ruling iHerter time manager urged him that he ion the second was Eisenhower wore a brown over1 nantlle singers jmade last night at an emergency j meeting of township directors night The Indians vanquished Ebensburg to clinch the title and then toted their mentor oft to phe dressing rooms for the traditional heaveho into the shower room The chambionship is only the schools history Manpower for Stapletons ride to the locker rijiom is pro vided by U to iurman Smith and BarryWetzeL UHS Camera frub I I jni Little Indians Capture TriCounty Floor Title help to alleviate some of cares that at present bring anx See 3 CoM2 hied Units Ordered Out In Panama I VI7 I Children erish In Fire In Boston Levels 2 Bidgs 30STON Mass AP Four hhiidren perished and another was critically burned early today when Tire roared through the second floor of a threestory tenement jiouse on Washington street in the loxburv district The childrens Jin auditing and feel that if I am j reelected 1 can serve all the tax ipayers to the very best of my abilits PANAMA AP The national Heis a member of the Tildiana government ordered out independent Order of Odd AS troops today to enforce its apFellows United Commercial i i pointment of a new council for Travelers and M F The LittleIndians war bonnet at Indiana High has an this capital city The government Of jndjana added feather in it today appeared to have the upper hand The Warriors last night captured the 1959 TriCounty in a fouiday municipal revolt Basketball League title by easily subduing Central Caiii1 in battle arra surround bria of Ebensburg at the Fifth Street j gym ed Caihedral plaxa opposite City It rharks only the second basketball championship I the schools history and sends Coach Walter Stapletons the Municipal Jun i Redskins into the playoffs of District 6 of thj P1AA Firstround opposition for Indi AtAPULCO Mexico AP Mr been a long President Eisenhower flew hbme time resident ofWhite Twp and today his friendship visitto Mex Jajruit president Adolfe Ma trukey raising teos clfmaxed by agreement that jhj fj In his announcement a lOOmilliondolfar dam should be 0356 D cJ H Mr Williams said built on the Rio Grande I have had a lot of experience Jkepag 3 3 Directors immediately m a d e temporary arrangements so that classes can be conducted on the first floor without interruption to the school schedule floot df school to meet state fire safety re st recent inspection by Labor and Industry representa M WUITS T on Air appeal of the closing order Assn lT BRAGG N C AP gumchewing soldier btjjnt heave was arrested early todayiwas rejected by the state land charged with slayinga teller Closing rpfjthe second floor is i during a bankrobfiery here FriiPart of asUtfewjde crack down Officers said Charles Bradford Ji7 on from the band at Ft McPherson was driving his motherinlaw in aj car purchased Friday by the Labor and Industry depart Pgh District Country Club Fire Victim CHICAGO AP of governois of the American Assn She promptly surrendered to resignation of Chief Justice Earl officers which she said Bradford Warren from tlie group had given her Fridayin repay Warren 67 the 14th chief jusment of a loan Pa AP tice of the United States had been Bradford arrested at Fuquav There was no violence and families fled in zero temperatures a member of the ABA for 28 Springs alxmt 30 miles north of ana will be provided by strong j crowds which had numbered sevearly today as flames destroyedyears was brought to Fayetteville Johnstown Central on Mar 1 at i thousand to about a twostory t frame building hous In a brief statement he waived a preliminary i United Joint Hieh School near T apartments and a superMalone of Roswell associajhearing before U S commission umiea joint bchool near j Leaders of tha movement who market in Portage 10 miles north tion president said jer T L lion He was cbared Amdglu had indicated Friday night here j resignation of Chief Juswith committing a crime on a Goy Conquermg Kbensburg and land1 would defy the government ing the TriCounty conferencesjcided to out 1959 crown last night was Sfnest decision is the first closing order carried out in Indi County Similar rulings pa are KicjalS Dulles Gets 2nd Cancer WASHINGTON AP Secre overnment dei The communitys elecUic Earl Warren as a member ofeminent reservation Ilia of State John Oster ulles t of City HalUice was off 40 minutes as the fire the American Bar Assn was ac covers both the bank robbery today to the concrete ied it since severed power lines cepted today by the board of govi the slaying of Teller J prankI lead Xray chamber in Wai It was the second time in less ernors of the association laying 1 Johnson 54 Bradford was held in iter Reed Medical Center for his second massive radiation treat a familiar i rents escaped serious injury j Found dead intheir beds when firefighters reached them PITTSBURGH firecelyj formed in I Wednesday Robert Watkins 12 his brothers I general alarm fire earlyj Indianas two rangy stars J The government steppaj into the than a month that Joseph Toth The termination of member lieu of 000 bond for the next phen 10 and Clarence 3 and today destroyed the old Stanton j Jerry McKnight 65 and Vemon crisis early today by naming a his wife and four children were 1 ship was in no way related to term of U S Dist Court jment for cancer sister Delia 14 months Heights Country Club near Highjciaypople 64 provided the new City Council after the oldburned out of their home dues The chief justice has asi Johnsons bodv was found next lt soon wm be Another Watkins land Hark m Pittsburgh j scoring impetus tq an otheiwiseicouncilmen whose removal was The cause of the fire was not sured me that he will cooperate to the locked vault in the VIelvm 6 was taken to City Hos The sprawling 2yrstory frame i balanced attack Claypoole warm demanded by tlie junta agreed toi immediatelydetermined Nor was with the association as he has done of the First Citizens Bank Trust1 Preseilt Plans cal1 for treat pital where his condition was building was reduced to a shell I ed the nets with 25 points whilestep aside The old council was escribed as critical within av halfhour after the first i McKnight was only one shy with accused by the junta and its sup Police officers John Lydon and Of six alarms was sounded about24 porters of mishandling municipal illiam Keane said Mr and l j other starting members of thelds Irs Orlando Watkms both ml High winds fanned the champions are Furman heir 30s ran to the street for and stymied efforts of some 100 Smith Chuck Spadafora and Jim when a space heater in the firemen to save the building from my Fyock arrived en a dev atkins were tnt in good condition at and its contents was about i e scs hospital Each suffered shock and Fire Chief Stephen Adley i Complete details Coach he Tri in lurns photos may Cause of the fire was undeter mined police said ports Banquet Available estimated danwige in excess of be found on todays sports pages of r i Tickets for the Indiana Rotary Ilubs honor dinner for athletic Iquads of Indiana Joint High school are on sale at three bu Lineas houses in the community See 3 Col 5 the Heart Sunda Tomorrow Tomorrow ing for contributions for he lo Heart Fund Officials ask that you give tor every heart in yojir in the Officers said was rifledmenls dav Malone did not i from cash drawers in the rickety nder the hospital s million volt The reference to dues in the onestory white frame building machine for possible three statement apparently was in ani Military police rushed to tulu weeks Iswer to earlier reports that the bank after Johnson had handed a At the end of that period doctors I Tie I ABA had dropped Warren from note to a departing customer The inav be able to say whether Dul Mits loles tur of dues note said a man had been can t nis State De In Washington an aide to outside for two hours and desk Veme 41 had her eighth said here be that the police be Dullts who will be 72 next son lies nevertheless ment Jmm Wanvn Mfd Wednesday apparently held up outnumbered by the girls in the AUhmiah Mjttrmn 4ftai tha FB agenls well after Fridays first treatment l f t i 111 IIIVJ Ut4l III tll I t IIUDLKPU LJKIU1UIU IVJ iiay6lieVnle IVl is uer 1st cniju l lie l Treat ment was well Streamlined Although Warren said he re After ilie arrest igned fjom the bar group in 1957 hustled Bradford to Fayetteville iinr j i anABA said a letter v e they recovered aljout father William is an independent was not OU0 of from asuitcase a medical bulletin issued by See 3Col 1 the attic of a house Bradford State Department was his i officer This meant White said that The Outside Inn Dulles was riot sickened as is the Full course Roast Beef Dinner case some people who un Saturday and Sunday IbUx dergo heavy Xray treatments mine operator All but one of the other children the oldest of whom 29 are living Truck Driver jStiirSerious Hey Kids Meet Your New Style Teacher Pllined inside he cab of his v than a our s suffered in letl arn aiui ierald H McGee Cleveland truck driver injured early Iday when his truck wrecked near Indiana on Route 119 remains inl By D1GHTON lof University of Caljfornia at delstanding available for lie tots light comes on The lesson does serious in the Indij ANGELES AP Hey Angeles is an electronic viewbox in the lower mil continue until the correct The sports attraction featuring your new teacher with builtin patiencej If you Keislars inedvaniial mentor ton is pushed A timing device wide array of sports Shes streamlined and slick as she waits quietly you correct works this way on be installed fur limelimit Uatloluailei vill be held al Rustic Lodge nexta chromeplated hotrod yourself before goinji oh with the Little Johnny sits down in front a nour ednesday She never scolds or tells you 10 rest of the lesson ui the rnachiiie and punches the Johnnys progress is I0 the In response to inquiries Rotawash your hands Dr Keislar an educational button Films ally charted un a graph fur his lel1 kB aiut I5xssible CJub officials announced that She wont make you pay atlfiichologist invented the teaching even television huinaa supervisor to study later liiTkets at each are on traps you into it machine primarily Ijo help teachon the viewing screen telling Grading could be done however Rnnl PO lit Mortons Drug Store Barclays You can even punch her and she ers do a better jobj Johnny exactly what additional by electronic computers llardware and Gattis Drug towont get sore But he admits little sadly buttons he must punch to operate How effective is the machine lay and all day Monday j Your new schoolmarin desfinai Uiat it may be used to relieve die machine Well its teaching algebra to iwwoc lo pop into your schoolroom any Ihe teacher shonajge in some After the briefing a multiple sixthgrade students here at the The banks in Indiana will be The Outside Inn year now resembles nothing huhardpressed school choice question is flashed on die university elementary closed Monday Washingtons Full course Roast Beet Dinner she isnt At the college he choices are said Dr Keislar Bv adding an Saturday and Sunday JbOx she looks more a pjnbill I a Dance tonite Sat tfx i Dance tonite Sat tfx Inside Jhe Gazette Dr Jordan is usked a qiuaiioi uu page 4 tudav that he pre fers not to answer Husbands will chuckle at tUe question BASKKTBAU Indiana County Basketball luurnament play gets underway niglu jii United Joint and Line See cklails on sports pages ti and 7 Eagle members round and polka P SHinrdav Feb Miisiihvl JCttx Tomorrovvs ia 8n mtervievv as aa the five answer buttons dio circuits to the machine we be teacher completely I tlf rigl bf ca W K 3 ton a green light flashes and the any subject they are capable of Birthday a legal holiday The post office and highway depurlment wUl be closed Offices ut the Indiana County as con1 however that there will alnext question appears If JolmnyMearningtrom uurseiy rhymes to Courthouse however will Other Feafures AUdduii 4 It JUll Editorial NoliK 4 II S SporU U i strutted by Dr livan R Keislar ways be human wajnnth and uajpunches buiton red opeo Monday 1 Soine cloudiness tonight Luw It Little tornyeittture iundu   

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