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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 24, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An toatMiftCounty Newspaper That Serve Every Member of the Family Vslums 162 before some v 1 Twenty t ry 24 1 959 i A To Break og Jam In Loans Two Sections Cttrtt PIDA Fund NIKITA SAYS HARRISBURG General Assembly today com pleted action on a appropriation intended to break a four month log jam on state loans for industrial The measure went to the desk of Gov Lawrencewho Is expected to sign into law before the week is out The House speedily voiced its approval to a Senate revision hik ing the figure by The Senate had approved the grant this morning and within an hour the House follow ed through with its okay on thei change j The appropriation is designed toi reopen action by the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority 1 On pending loans The authority ran out of money some weeks ago The money will be used to fi nance the PIDA operations for the balance of the current biennium Gov Lawrence already has an nounced he will ask the Legisla ture to appropriate 10 million dol lars for PIDA operations in thei coming biennium j Q A half dozen new industries II seeking state aid for buildings J M H Q P haVe been blocked since last fall in their efforts to locate in Penn sylvania because three million doli YY II y lars in funds voted by the 1957v Legislature ran out TO 4POWER MEET conspracy trial involving P three the seven defendant in tl e ud Amiy r3 COIPS at the judge hearing the case They are from left Herbert B McGlinchev former Phadhia Democratic congressman Joseph Roche Pittsburgh contractor and John WBUm AP Wirephoto Delay School Building Project Speed Up Here Meany Reuther Split Seen SAN JUAN Puerto Bicb AP APLCIO leaders emerged with an uneasy truce j today after a revolt led by Walter Reuther agauisti AFLCIO President George oneman direction of1 jfederation policies i j Plans to speed up the high school building program of It wasnt exactly clear who I the recently fonned Indiana Area Joint SchoolSystem wereihad won But Reuther and sidetracked at a special meeting of the Indiana Borough othei Township and Armstrong Toumship School boards Commerce Secretary William said PIDA Mould act almost immediately on these proj ects after the signed K C appropriation is AP usPaul R Getts superintendent of into law by Gov Law dge V Follj The resolution which mer asked a government attorneyithe joint boards to waive immedi today whether a jury could conate state reimbursement on the After Senate action routine House approval was expected to be giwi amendment that revised the mdustriar de velopment figure from Other legislative devejopmeiits State police Frank G a Pennsylvania Democratic congressman on a charge of con leaders of the former u elt their voices Id i ihe meeting held in the library of Indiana Joint Sigh rellectedmore in the polij jSchool rejected a resolution that would have gotten machincies of ttle underway to prepare preliminary plans to erect a newimeraber O1iani7atioh senior high school For one thing it looks now as in a more positive vein the board unanimously electedif tlle Washington meeting the j AFLCIOis planning tounderline Americas unemployment problem i will be lalQJig more spectacular i lines as Eeuther probably niass march i spiring to defraud the government I down project and to proceed withthe preliminary planning was voted See To 2 Col 4 to exPlain governTwp and one from Armstrong n the 19 total mem Faint Radio Signal Said Discounted AP aint radio signal was all but dis counted today but officials said Green DPa and three others accused of conspiracy Jin the construction of an Army Signal Corps Depot at Tobyhanna shouldnt be dismissed the four acquitted Chief Prosecutor Olivet said the days argument j decide the guilt or innocenceof Green who is Phila A i t PeoriaBov 1 m L V 11 Daily Smokes m j show than strictly legislative H CIlfiarATTAC c f e of union officials Meany advocated i TH Tlie revolt had boiled for a A 2yearjbdiind the scenes of the annual bers a total of nine voted for thei old P v scenes of the annual resolution with two George Botsi y about a wintermeeting of the ford and John Gray of Whitepicked 1P alighted cigarette and i Executive Council It began when voting aaninetn I it of the old API voting against it Ten majority of the j another He got it jfull needed to pass such Now the little i a resolution therefore it was lost smokes five A delphia Democratic boss and his codefendants doctors whose crashed in the snowcovered White urea Saturday the full board present the resolu habit tion would have easily passed j Ive The proposal was referred iville Merchant contractor whose firm tion called for the joint board to request permission from the State utvc a I1U vui j smoked Next day he wanfediMeanyrIiead of tiies old ichided of the old holding sessionof the Economic Policy Committee while cigarettes a MMnv was delayed in was reported unemployment project i Reuther chairman of the eco H samjnomic committee retorted that cues ana cries j Meany jiad never attended eco nomic policy meetings Anyway the fedhaired Auto Workers Un Sea 2 Col Mrs Smith a divorcee who Proxmire hat r immedlal vS t out Aduin toya day of ient a massive air search was1 records by Inspec Mrs S was Pretty nearly m the catet on Orrim48R X1CVV MoOarinwy poses with SPII WUlmm a Scott McCartney was conCLrmpd by the State Seaate as State Police Commissioner Scott and McCartney are both froni Lanslord ment temporarily storm hu ncany m uie caie halted by a of the three gentlemen Wlio Officials said the radio message i i walked out of here S m i I h who said she 1 doesnt smoke said she believed up the habit from the downed plane They ned however to concentrate part of the search in the eightmile Mt Agassiz lju II it JlUulL wvt letter waive any from the buby sitteishe employs WASHINGTON AP A camconinnatio11 to tlie post after monthlong irMltCfmmnt E rt I 1 I H 1 t I site Jo pa A con r See 2 Col 5 Herbert McGlinchey a Philadel Dr Ralph E Miner 60 had complete radio panel aboard a Prosecutor sought to answer arguments by defense attorneys that the iclaim to immediate reimbursement for the project but would retain the right to apply for the propriation at such time its turnlsbZUU UUU Fife eceive state monev would be due Losing Fight Mew Pa Police Boss Plans Detailed Study AP Frank G McCartneytoday plans for a detailed study ofthe state police force of which he is about to become commissioner The 50yearold Lansford veteian of 28 years in police and other mvestigative work received unanimous Senate Discussion On Benin Ruled Out By HAROLD K MILKS MOSCOW AP Premier Niktta Khrushchev I emerging from two days of talks with British Prime Min ister Harold Macmillan threw coldwater today on the Wests plan for a fourpower i meeting on Germany Klnushchev told a political rally i in the Kremlin that the Soviet Un ion the United States Britain and i France cannot discuss German re 1 unification because this is a question for the two German Istates j A fourpower meeting at the for eign as suggested by the West might increase in stead of reduce1 international ten jsiotr Khrushchev declared j conceded jiit lie thei rif fstatect the Soviet stand that shouldbe Settled only themselves I He alsOYepeated the Soviet pro posal for a conference of heads 1 of gavettttneMj pi all those nations that waged waV against Hitleu in World War II to Vwirout A treaty withGermany Xe v The C Western rejected this proposal notes calling meeting isters Iwol Khrushchev waited any See 2 Col 1 to receive state money would be due i This proposal had the support of i Superintendent Celts and most PITTSBURGH Hits Pqh Garage i rvonuMinjiN ycai pusi paign by Sen William Proxmire Republican opposition faded Monday DWis to clip the authority of A complete and thorough effort today McCartney satd shortly after he i No other senator publiclywas confirmed It is my aim to Proxmires demand in themake the Pennsylvania state po List Cases For Grand Jury Action Cases involving eleven defend ants are scheduled to be heard by Flaming Bluish r I tire today with beeks Owner lal estimated The new commissioner vvill take is exercising immense the oath of office Wednesday Earl 1 Over Mich HAST LANSING Mich AP A flaming bluish green object that Indiana County Grand Jury on Mar 2 and 3 according to a list released today by District Attorney J Murray Buterbaugh Scheduled for hearing on day Mar 2 beginning at are Leslie Hudson on a charge ot burglary and George W Newhousg for failure to stop his vehicle at scene of an accident and ing himself to the driver of thV othar vehicle involved Raymond McKendviolc is also Leods Paraguay Young Priest Marshals AntiDictator Forces agreed with Proxmire that they have surrendered to J o h n s o ii sweeping authority never before so concentrated in a party chieftain But Ikly airing their Praunire himself said in interview he had been told Col 2 One tionaries league Dr Robert E Quinn 32 concentrated in the Claremont i Lebanon area aftar several new1 reports were received from resi dents of that section Included in the skysearch ar mada were more than 30 aircraft including a group of Civil Air Pa trol planes from the Vermont wing of the volunteer organisation Delay Probe Of Boehms Operations HARRISBURG Sen ate Rules Committee today put off until next week action on a resolution calling for a probe of mismanagement charges against By WAKIA ORLANDO jftg injustice and tyranny Im accused the priest of Communist lhe newest member ofthe Charles H Boehm superintendent MONTEVIDEO Uruguay within Gods leanings but he insists Im not a girl burn to Mr of public instruction South Americas only remaining The priest came to Uruguay Communist Im a Christian as and Mrs Theodore Stuchell Creek We plan to bring the resoludictator Alfredo Stroessner of last November after being exare most of die Paraguayan Ted has been employed at tion up before the Rules CommitParaguay is fighting a war of pelled for openly preaching pie in our Christian hearts thereine Indiana Evening Gazette since tee nestiweek said Sen Jamesnerves led by a youthful Roman against Stroessuers no place for an atheist S Berger Senate republican floor Catholic priest rule Proclaiming a National like The new arrival is first child leader and rules committee chair Stroessiiers laudlocked countryLiberation he has ap Straessuer sou of a German setfor the SmcbeJIs She arrived at nian i0f million people is a land of pealed to other refugee ParauuaUer a Paraguayan arteruowi If the cunmmite ads favorifear aad suspicion gradually beyaris here and in Argentina to join rose to powerfive years ago at 1V abjyoa the propojal will more isolated in a coiuiihis trusade against the 44vear the head of a militarycoup the iloorlor he whwe dictatorships have old dictator The lives of his subjectsover of slvlei a sou uf ai See 2 tol 5 nmiwc ui 7 iernoon succeedin Col Fad I A V vehicle involved SnSbui S SrfSa M Trf ment Ud people ald Theremaining cases are sched l 111 n t j r i iliijl fnv Ti 111 irl 1 charge idreds of people aad frightening j The remaining cases are sched tiled for Tuesday Mar 3 Johnsons leadership and the l appointment Some it fell apartand niug at 10 These are power ithas eeneraiwi was lfed hv J Kes in Michigan but it was seen James Rogers morals charge Behind the scenes sler RUncasier who Wisconsin as it shot westJohn A Hoover issuing other Democrats who J tailied McCartney lacked Defies with intent to defraud M with r H shiP experience William I iller of the University thony Raymond discrimination d0teea rioxnuie that tnev ffcft R js w of Michigan astronomy of race and color has not gone through lheitient whu is a expert at tracki Mack Altmire larceny a little Kessler saieHites said it undoubtedly ceivingtolen property Jolm Milep Of course he may turn ouv to be was a rfeteorite At this Une of Pfarce furnishing brewed See New Page 2 Col meteorites are quite comerages 10 a minor Anthony nuiii he said and otijen are visible assault and battery and Jo llomer City Legion Party toniie very brilliant in early mornseph E Kline furnishing brewed Robins Early Bird IGIix ing beverages to a minor an by jj WUors noteAlfredo Stroessner Thousands of refugee Paraguawealtliy rancher says his revolt the lonely strongman of yans are openly plotting Stroeswas born while servingas a chap the labt dictator in sners overthrow in a Paraguayan jail where the best known revolupolitical prisoners were kept ACJClS s the Rev Ramon Tal saw men beai up or with ivho says Some f1e burns cd an electric wire in A new baby girl arrived in he leaders might disapprove expertly this aiiernoun just o what 1 am doing but in fight The Stroessner government lime to make the city edition ing injustice and tyranny Im accused thepriest of Communist in m By JOSE iMAKIA ORLANDO Inside The Gazette POINT OF The pullutiou 01 streams is one of tlu topics discussed today by AVilliani L luge soil m Point of View oa page tj LALKA LAMAH Homer defeated in an Indiana Coumy playoff jjiuae last fcife spurts pagca 14 and 13 Olher Features i Introduce Low To Curb Imports W ASHINGTON A tioti was introduced in Congress Monday to restrict inports of oil Bills introduced in both the Senate and the House call 1or mandatory oa oil iiJt puns with quotas based on cttpa cities of domestic inland and cudsial reiiueries Residual fuel oil aljQ be UosltirtU Alinvi IX IK l IC1 Jti Uwild 0 business Sale WEATHEK ariable and culd and uiiiur luiiijjitt Low oti lo Partly   

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