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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                fEDDY Let fraw gift about themselves Kfid H makes them think yoti are very Cdumtr Newgpaief TliAt Serves ivery MetnHer al the Family Sixteen Pages EDITION Iridlani PennsyivaniarMonday February 23 1959 Between Arms Talk By A I GOLDBERG MOSCOW AP Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and Premier Nikita chev met for 2Vihours in thfe Kremlin today and apparent discussed the disarmament deadlock between the West and the Soviet Union Only one expert Con Macmillan Selwyn Lloyd foreign secretary and Ambassador Sir Patrick Reilly to the first formal conference of the British delega tions visit The official Soviet news agency i in a brief dispatch after the meeting said that Macmillan and Khrushchev had friendly conveiv AL DeGAETANO commissioner candidate DeGaetano In County Two Section PIDA FUNDS Police Pickets At Northside Pgh Plant To Boost Industrial Growth At Least 24 Men Arrested PITTSBURGH AP Policemen battled nearly pickets today at the North Al DeGaetano Indiana businesssidePlant of the strikebound With Khrushchev at the talk man and former law enforcementA13isChalmers Mfg Co were Dep Premier Anastas announced today thathe said least 24I Mikdyan a recent visitor to the D epickets were arrested Of United States Foreign Minister a Republican identified the men asi Andrei Gromyk9 Dep Foreignthe offlce of Indiana County Commembers of the United Auto Minister Vassily V Kuznetsov missioner at the coming primaryWorkers Jacob Malik Soviet ambassador election Mr DeGaetano has been i to Britain M P Geogadxe sec a nf l Iwo Policemon and a striker Wyof the the county since 1916 were treated for minor injuries viet Parliament and Loginen was a menihe1 of the after the short melee The disturbi ov deputy head of the Foreign Pennsylvania State Police stationance beSan after an infraplant Ministrys European department ed in Saltsburg railroad attempted to shuttle twos Macmilian and Khrushchev got Following his time wjth fte fla the warehouse See MacPage 2 Col 2 Mr DeGaerano was i As many as nO policemen were pointed Countv Detective bv to have quelled the apj diana County Court Judge LangiprOXimatcly pickcts i ham After serving two years Within a few minutes the most 1 that capacity he resigned in order bojsteroils of the pickets had beenj to operate his own private detec nailed off to train liveagency jby a diesel locomotive lefttwo 1 J Later was ap the plaiu Jt dicl not IOuaV POnled a private investigator foruke them out i attorney Charles Margiotti of After the switching engine Three men apprehended last Punxsutawney lent off from the flat cars most Week by State Police and charged In 1320 he married Virginia Ross of e remaining pickets clispers with burglary and at that time started a cleanetl Only a few remained walking goods were sentenced today by plant known as Ross and ant on a sidewalk Judge Edwin M Clark Gaetano the same plant operated1 AssfPolice Supr Lawrence The trio was apprehended bv toda b his two sonsRobert and Maloney who was in the thick of State Police from Greensburg oivjames irie Possibly15minute battle had Route Tl with scrap iron they re MrDeGaetano is at present athose arrested hauled off to a iportedly took from the Kovalclikk niembe of the Indiana Borough nearby precinct jail No charges Council and a member of filed immediately Board of Health j A company spokesman said the In addition the GOP Company wanted to take finished for commissioner has been active out of its warehouse in many community company is involved in a nationwide contract strike with Sentence Trio for Larceny Here Seek Pair Of Missing HARRISBURG AP A jvnove to increase a for the Perm jsylvania Industrial Develop monf Authority developed in the Republican side of the ISenale today i Sen JamesS B e r g e r Senate GOP floor leader said George B Stevenson had mentioned plans to seek more money for the authority The appropri ation already has been ap iproved by the Democratio i controlled House i Stevenson was unavailable for comment BERLIN ft H AP A did not 20man band of snowexpert the spedfic reasons for enced men searched the Lit mcrease tletou area today for two Secretary William R doctors who disappeared the need for urdav oa a 70mile mercyrdustnal development funds be flight Berlin to ld of bifn i mi ill nnim May 31 at upwards of 2 i The group i n c 1 u d e d two Doctors J hey were members The 1957 Legislature appropri oi the D a r t m o u t h Outing ated 3 million dollars for the fund Club which had several other and the 1955 session authorized 5 ciews standing by iu case million This latter spending they were needed i money however did not become Some 40 aircraft also flew over luli because of the area seeking a trace of Dr 5 session which Ralph E Miller 60 nn unl11 1956 enced pilot and Dr Robert E Davln said the original 5 millions Quinn 32 members of the the lluons from the last nourh Medical College all had been committed by They were last seen In their plane i November DRAIN FARMLAND THRQ17GII BLASTED DIKK Watpr rpiltef thiougt along the Wafaash River after farmers blasteda low water covering acres of depositedUp to eight leet of water er the area afternoon Senate returned todayfor Salvage yard in Indiana All three were ordered to pay the costs of prosecution Itraddi tion Lerov Federa I J udqe Acq u its L nv J r Depot Detendants has appeared before the court on P10Jccls similar charges in the past was also sentenced to serve from one to three years in the Western Pennsylvania Penitentiary j Alfonso While Josephine was also ordered to pay a fine and sentenced to Ihe Indiana County Jail for JO days i The third member of the Calmness Appeal In Strike contract United Auto Workers The first 18 men arrested were from a threeman picket line al lowed by police on the Pennsylvi ania Railroad tracks As soon as police would arrest the trio on the tracks others from the crowd would move into replace and were arrested Treatment Of Dulles Stepped Up By BILL GIBSON LEWISBURG Pa federal judge today acquit ted three defendants of compiraeyeharges but ordered oralday ifc there The J area the White Mountains Is fairly tituHeMi A4n diiiper and Ihere is an abandoned airGuv Lawrence to speajk at the 1 strip there v affair The ground searchers pulled two Meanwhile Chairman Edward toboggans with them in case RLahcaster of the find the two doctors who had come Senate Finance Committee said to Saturday to treat a heart ihe has received a considerable putient j Sea To 2 Col 2 Fears were expressed for fhej men as the temperature in the i area dropped well below zero Sat urday and Sunday nights It was only two degrees above zero UK WASHINGTON AP Doctors Among those arrested was P their radiation treat John Gambal Josephine must al HENDERSON CAP A Seph Spampinato a member of nunt of Secretary of State John so pay a fine and be confined union official broadcast appealsthe bargaining committee repreFoster Dulles cancer today be to the Indiana County Jail for for calmness today as violencesenting on DAW cause hey said he shows no ad continued at the strikebound Har1 Local at the plant i verse side effects from the This was announced shortly aft er Dulles underwent his third treatment 1 A medical bulletin from the arguments on similar motions by Rep William Green DPa and three other inen when the government opposed their immediate release U S District Judge Frederick V Follmer freed three of the seven codefendants after chief prosecutor Oliver announced he wouldnt oppose motions of acquittal made by their attorneys Green Philadelphia Democratic See 2 Col 1 six months In other court action Cotton Mills Judge Clark sentenced Boyd Humi Stone throwing a car tipping i i ilton Shelpcta RD 3 to pay a and a bombing were reported I Tine and the costs of prosecution day The bombing was the I Tor operating a vehicle after susreported since the mills reopened W6QK6nGd II In Of Pvt Plane boss and the others went on trial seven weeks ago tin charges of Child Hurt Today When Car Skids Four Children Perish In Oil Stove Blast pension of bis operating privilege i Feb 16 I JT BRAGG N C It is reported Hamilton appeared Boyd Payton regional directorGeorge C Marshall before the court on a similar for the Textile Workers Union of day His condition remains se charge in June 1958 America described the situation rious GPI1 Walter Reed Medical Center DANBURY Conn AP Four Secretary of Stale Dulles had Peterson NY persons two of condition remains sea comfortable night All vital them teenagers were killed today signs pulse respiration temperawhen a pnvate plane crashed and Dominick Kenneth Lombard and around the mill gates as an In a medical report on the 7SHire and blood pressure are burned on wooded njountain Paul George Johnspn both of armed iyeajold general Col George i The burned bodies were found Saltsburg RD I pleaded guilty to He said the union in paid hourj Powell Army physician said There is no sign of adverse strapped to their seats in the a larceny and receiving stolen goods ly broadcasts is appealing to shows anindication of an inJreaction at this stage to radiationplane wreckage by a rescue piu They were instructed to return to members and townspeople to rei volvement of the pituitary ftland treajments ty the court in two weeks for senmain calm jas evidenced by a definite in The described this Police saU the pilot was EuJohn L LPWK o n 111avton that both sidesi crease in water output by way of as very gratifying Accordingly gene Brandon an umploye of the John J Spmn r and Ben Jones will meet with a federal both of Lucernemines charged tor Tuesday at 2 in an the sale of malt or brewed to iron out Uie dispute which ne Dr Powell explained beverages without a licensewere said stems from the desire of the complication of treatment con Dulles had been getting a oneto meet a friend were identified Lewis is in excellent condition afting at the intersection of Routes ordered to appear next Monday for mill to eliminate an arbitration cerned feeding which hcrtofore massive bombardment of iis Kmeraon Smith about Iliree weeks in 119 and 85 at Home sentencing clause in the contrail Ihe been hv intravcnnns iniutinn rays from a inillionbolt Xray selfwmnlovHii and Univorsiiv recuperating According to the police a cur trailer was attached to a VIMKIV ity wny ui i LJi iinuvni an c ui me A onciliajthe kidneys This involvementhas has been a gradual increase Danbury SchooJ of SQ IH GHt i effort complicated his the time interval and aica of His passengers who were flying lich he Dr Powell explained that the abdominal io New Yorks La Guardia Field WASHINGTON BRANCHVILLE NJ AP Four children huddled in bed in their familys house trailer were killed today when an oil stove Eileen Henderson 26 mother of the children was visiting in a A ninemonthold Iselin girl was at the She defrauding the government in the Injured slightly today when the triing to rescue the y construction of the which she was a passenger 1 lar Army Signal Corps Depot at skidded off Route SO three miles father Tobyhanna in northeastern Pennsouth of Jacksonville and struck sylvania in 195154 ja cement abutment Dibble said he f Township in the nonhwest part of tal ot Green by Ihe judge The ot the Iflt side 41111 y ild Follmer directed counsel was admitted to the slate Bottl were n rent their reasons for and hospital the motion j State Police from the Indiana nf SllbsUUion tlle Was seekhie aled by Mrs Saia R Co l K Box 7 lselin The C1U was hpaded north on Route 80 at the lime of the accident Damage to the vehicle was esiivisting the I0me f u mated at Time of the Mrs Barreit Henderson dciu was 10 State Police also report a two car accident about this inorn f I Police a hearer in the door connecting ihe cottage and the trailer blew up Kilted were Linda 6 Robert 5 William 4 aid Barrett 2 Henderson at the time was about 100 feet away Fla Crash Claims Five lie now is at his home was estimated at and S650 to More Than In Most MidfAtlantic Private Flying Here On Increase through trees There were indica tions they said thai Brandoji was itl Alexandria Va j attempting to circle back to Dan j bury his home base because of log and a low ceiling the ittien auto Truck Drivet Termed Fair1 Special to the jiati planes in operation last whole of one plain per casion to travel from place Io NEW YORK To what extent only of them being air carpeople It was more also than the Plaa around the country they are lave people in Indiana County gone riers belonging io commercial airone or jjtai of large farms aiul In for private flying maintaining lines Thus there were that f p Hindus they are pleasure fliers their own planes for business agiwere privatelyowned ennsyuania ancj tjiey instructors riciillural or pleasure Indiana founty the survev ye3r the airplane as a The fall into a other How airminded have local mishows the number of private vehicle has been categories dents become planes in active use 28 number in the Unit Private business flying The answers arecontained in a pared with 18 in 1955 rise since 1955 was grown from hours a year to iSSued by iere was a rise of 515 per cent one of the biggest expansions crossing bridge two miles south ol Who are the owners of private Ihe next largest growth has been Indiana on Route 119 counties local planes and for what do they use in connection with farming Many Me was planed to the cab of it was equivalent to a plane for them millions of acres are treated truck for more than an hour The are business firms nually from aircraft in in temperatures before be in a nationwide f civil for ihe entire country ihic mrt th in wL4fbS3 U ives rh Mirtdu v of the J Related lo eve 2800 which ex lruck G a Jb s hs eel today as lair MIUUIIU ll IS reported he is resting aj has bl1 better since he was injured last Friday morning when truck he was Inside The Gazette 1NS1DJ5 Victor Riosel reports on Prelude of I9601 in his column today on editorial page U TOUUNAMKNT The iid anniiul lndiinu Couniy BaskeUjall Tournament opened Saiurclay niyhl lUud the details on spoils 10 ami 11 Qlfier Features I Mirror iuoiits IS 1415 IidiiurUl V 4 1011 TYiUdio Hurld i aie a total of civil cecded ratio la Uif wecutives irequeat oc spraying scedvg and fertilizing ing released Rain changing to snow late tonight and continued windy Colder with little or no nse in temperature Slowly and cloudiness Tuesdiiy with snow flumes Low lo i Five flam ing crash of an automobile and a truck near here today The crash occurred shorjjy aft er 4 The 1W6 model car jo which thf victims riding was headed north One of the dead was a Mamie The 01 hers were so badly burned said it niight be late today before identities were estab lislud riiose who ciiij wore a woman oi unceriain age another i litKIWIS ot H and 1r a maa about 45 and a buyabout 10 Trooper R S said Marine Juhtv A Marlpw 42 of Cump Lcjeunw Akers a woman my a Ml asleep the car to side of road smashed on en by Howard Levsrts dartowu Ga w i   

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