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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indkna Cotitity Newspaper ITiat Every Member of the Family t u ncbt tee of the ii into Vokima 164 Twentylour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday February 26 Two Sections EDITION ili HIM Seven CenH N WARNING MACMILLAN Joe Kuharkli Dick Fairabaugh and George Miller listen intently to Pappy Lewis at allsports Indiana High Drops From Tournament Kuharich Urges Proper Preparation for College By Pa As mate Wanted Bid Bad Beat The Deadline RURAL VALLEY Rural Valley firemen probably wont give special consideration to any bid on the new fire truck they want to buy but if lastminute effort means anything they ought to consider a Battle Creek firm Blair Cogley president of the fire company received the bid of American Fire Apparatus Coy Battle Creek via air Only one hitch to the story Ru ral Valley doesnt haXe an air port By BILL BETTS Sports Writer Joe Kuharich new head football coach at Notre Dame HARRISBURG AP A Labor and Industry Depart Tndiana High bitten by the merit official today told school flu bug and facing the District the depart VI playoffs today dropped out not accept the use ot the 33rd annual Indiana Connjpf jftfe patrol watchmen as a ty Basketball Tournament for correction of i from Hie Chicago out the fact not the ai T A tr i ai moved Purchase Line a firstI last night told Indiana High School athletes that academic round loser to the Little Indians L preparation foicollege should be of paramount concern to1 into tonights semifinal at Uniu fi them and to their parents ed Joint against Blairsville The Iprmer coach of the Washington Redskin delivered Lambert Joseph High S the principal address of the evening at the Rotary Club Principal at Indiana repuma AII me authorities who Have field at Rustic Lodge in honor of the Indiana that several of Indianas cagers j studied the problem are opposed ool athletic teams were suffering from the flu to the use of a nntrni Besides that the local school Tournament officials have Ifire hazards moved Purchase Line a first Fisher Co Open House Sat Talk With Red Leader I By RONALD THOMSON KIEV Ukraine jtish Prime Minister Harold jMacmillan ended his talks with Soviet Premier Nikita Fisher Scientific Co Indianas Khrushchev today with a newest industry w ill officially Chilling w a r n i n g He told come to the area Friday with Khrushchev any attempt to an open houseat its ultra e r f e r e with the Wests in Berlin would lead Known as the firms Instru he public athletic teams Kuharidi pointed out that be cause we are living in an ac celerated age we are likely to ignore the really important prini ciples and values and he urged1 youngsters to take advantage oft opportunities to continue their formal academic education Speaking soberly and expressed Mother Two jChildrenDie InHofneiire BOCKFORD 111 er and her two children died today jwoud assume a larger responsi PonUcd has an at Ink f J 1 u plays tne ders to school districLs to correct 1Ct ifire hazards w would be top in live days much for out h FRANK M BARKLEY commissioner candidate F M Barkley In Race For County Job BLAlKSVILLEPrank M Bark School officials at the bearing leyof Btairaville announced today 1 ito the use of a patrol presided at a round of i hearings before the State Indus Board on ppeals from ori they jwisfhed 16 exp e n s i to Om said Joseph feel otabned ja r Oili in I T v ii vi IMUI V1IUU IWLUt V J a housefire and the father bilitv by plunging through welfare of the high1 s restrained from the house Kuharich declared but it is not enough There must The fire raced through the the or in 1 story frame house in suburban T Jj North Park i e Notre Dunie mentor asserl The father Gerald have 38 crashed through the pane o no longer are solely closed bedroom window anc the physical a call to Mr Cogley and asked him to go to the local athletic field about Off to the athletic field went Mr Cogley at and minutes Inter a plane swooped down and dropped the sealed bid to the turf just a few hours before the deadline Dave Signs liARRISBURG bill ap1 Anderson attempted to reenter hlU r i Kill ha am nil that he will be thtf Wh ptit n n vHsanwrf j m the District VI Representative the JEWJW Mr pointed out that fonte Aiea Joint School tt4arjbiisinessexpepi j agreed to make exits ence and has operated a large1 j from all class rooms in two Belle farm a long with his business for fonte elementary schools within 30 i the last 22 years He disposed of aXvs Miis business The Farmers Supply They aye the Hublersburg last April mentary School and the Jackson Along with his business and Elementary School merit Division the plant open io the general throughout the day There is ample parking Re freshments will be Offi cial hours for the open house will be p m to p m Friday and 10 a m 4 p m Saturday Chamber of Commerce offi cials in Indiana urged the pub lic to take advantage of this opportunity to tour the new plant We want everyone in Indi ana and throughout the to urn out for this a spokesman of the Chamber said Complete details will be pub lished tomorrow to a dangerous Announcing this after iMacrnil lans arrival in Kiev a British spokesman declared Macmillan in a meeting in the Kremlin this made very clear the feeling of the West on the matter of West Berlin and j But Khrushchev is not budging Ian he added and Mac Imillan is not budging an inch ei ther Make of that what you Another British source said JMacmillan was so stung by the Soviet leaders blast at the West 1 Tuesday that he had considered packing tip and flyingback Ho London But Jo A iti Jt I JL DU Q S IH So Rhodesia Africa Group WASHINGTON Western the MK us well seettie M witn Khrush chev the Bastion of tlue timing of theSoviet leaders Kremlin speech apparently rejecting Wests proposal for a foreign min isters meeting on Germany A final meeting between farming Mr Barkley has foundfears of a dangerous Berlin crisis I lexers is sclieduled at The Bellefonte delegation also time to serve his community in lute this beginning to Kremin next Monday TTic Brjfc Iagreed to provide one additionalmany capacities among whichbuild up again under the spokesman said there wks es among wc r e mpac a d a pysca SALISBURY Southern from the main floor of the f was a 6year term on the Blairsjof Nikita Khrushchevs oratory i noting left to talk about Plunged 10 feet to the snow cov rowess of the b9v on the gridsia government of this Street bv Sept School Board where he gained1 the Soviet government tne wording of a lron he said The mind must British territor outlawed t valuable experience in both taxin can be ered ground He was severely land taken to a hospital for treat ment The mind must British territory outlawed the Af function as well as the Tican National Congress todav and Zwillman Kuharich paid tribute to the 1nmched a wholesale roundup of The victims were Mrs academic standing Noire its leaders Up to 500 Anderson about 30 ami her son Dame University enjoys today tmd reported under arrest ho N H H HU H d Denver 11 and daughter a wecome to young men Hie Prime Minister Sir Edgar niav De interested Tii a topWhitehead declared a state of I emergency to prevent the spread he emphasized that studeiits nationalist unrest to Southern I It valuable experience in both taxing1 and spending public funds drawn into high level ne which will stress the desire igotiations on German issues He is a graduate of Pennsylj the next two or three The spokesman was S Spring Street Blairsville vj f u 111 t 111 V v u propriating to the Pennie home in an attempt to save lt i sylvania Industrial Development the but was restrained gh get we Rhoclesia where a while minority WEST ORANGE N J CAP Authority carried Gov Lawspectators becauseof the belching pared1 for whateveuniversity they a prosperous Abner Zwillman 54 who 11U1V IlSlVft in minrl UIHtSt is lifiphrArl tho i Authority carried Gov law rences signature today smoke and flames The funds will provide second Piemen were unable to reach PRRToUp present cockyj confident mood the Soviet premier may try some Noj he replied He left fcht extremely risky moves icfpor open It was a small door United States officials still cling 4 Col 1 to the hope that Khrushchev will i agree to a foreign ministers meetP SM LJ I I p 11 JT iyiiu A i I ynrest is the congress amassed a fortune as a bootlegger y nOP YY OTK tut tuiiuiD Lf I U V lUt Sf tUIl tl 11 i v vi 11 i W fe t i lilt uv mortgage loans for dethe victims and one fireman Voaf at lhe of Nyasaland is a protectorate unseveral crime found PHILADELPHIA AP Moscow Tuesday volopment projects held up since overcome by smoke He was preceded Kuhaited with Northern tand Southern banged today in his 20room manlBqard of Diiectorsof the PpiiiisylrejLcting about Ger last fall when money appropriated by artificial respiration ric s remarks with a great many Rhodesia in the Central African I vania Railroad has approved an reunification does not conj 1 A t r t Pni Wl M 11M fit Ilif I i c n 1 r ii IJ I P n i i I i ffif 1 n t i it it ling for late April or early May by the 1957 Assembl Lawrence signed the ran measure 2 Children Die In Home Blaze M1DDLETOWN Pa children lost their lives today in a fire which destroyed their home on Foxianna road about two east of Middletowu i The Middletown emergency cen reported tb children of Mr Ifji me lujiciiii IDB ui me juitiy rcstarted in the basement near at the expense of guests monwealth school background contrasted gram the ihP andswept upward ad been introduced i Whitehead announced in early life in Newarks since last slumpF luor j See 18 Col 7 j morning that raiding squads found the body in a The program includes j nltinrlAH m Kiiintiknti crnA i the furnace through the floor The floor collapsed crashing5 into the basement The house was badly damaged The blaxe started less than a half hour after the family re turned home from visiting friends i en w session But President Near iGforaBigMeadville MEADVILLE Pa tisenhowers raged for four hours in a Mead I 1 I 4lin warehouse ine program includes uv 4Mhennower s for four hours in a j eir fashdola cars box cars 500 gloomy appraisal of furniture storage warel icars and300 flat cars hls conference before jj was brought under in Steinbe manufactured at the seemed to reflect alroj prohibishops in Altoona Pa isrowiug uncertainty over the posi Uimes the tuu ad been depressed The PRR said Wednesday the of actually getting serious of the fourstorv brick buiJdiae committee beganuork has already started and 500 started and j into tnff coiumaehine in covered hopper cars have been said Khrushchev air for a shOii time FiremenorL j completed Nearly alt the act displayed an obviously palventecj of the ned the Public fvnAfipH tn iia in pably uiiransiaeiit attitudp in his u f r o a Pittsburgh policeman got i operated bv J Porterficld p e r h e d in the hold of his service revolver today mPBr ran suffered minor 11B11U ai burns while she and her husband their Kast Liberty home The bov uym o 1 lustniigli Hospital j according to the IChoir of Pittsburgh rounded up between 250 and 500 meftt storage room ai their persons who had been causing home1 trouble by trying toundermine Zwillmans stepson John oiemDC manuiagiurea at me the loyalty of African told newsmen theprohibishops in Altoona Pa iSrowiug uncertainty over the posi Flames burstthrough the roof of the government tion era figure had been depressed The PRR said Wednesday of actually getting serious Of the fourstdrv brick buiJdiae JJg GXDtittd1 fl SniCC 3 SuilUtt i i liA 11 i t i itt ifftic ci 11 f i tirl o State Police from the Indiana completed by tonight delving into the substation report a one car accij The Prime minister said the cflstr completed Nearly alt the 1L500 had displayed an obviously on Route 422 about five milesforts of the group to alienate the owned the Public carsare expected to be in service Pablv intransigent attitude in his Qliiei buildings on the edse of this of Indiana Wednesday employes had been in Service Tobacco which nanthisyear speech and though there was County towns business very new in it the tone and district were matters of conj No WM in the bujldjng A when the fire was discovered hat the speech came in ahllllf 10 p m Wednesday nigh sident of a nearby home ers Civ andwhen Choir iun ad vised his wife to take a sleeping pill Wednesday because she had Moubie falling asleep VMU PIU IT I PITTSBURGH she awoke this KiriANNING Myers injuries td Butler Tsthe n e w sle WOIU lo tlle basement to get Rev Twothirds of System Tied b no casualties compa Strike Halts Mexican Railroads wy u 3 i I ann t i ho closet door Al came hysterical He resided Although linked with rackets by Temulelon various law enforcement agencies IM n fir years ANNINq Pa n TiMlllsUn Har And there were no casi Vtther Kennedy chapJd firemen of eight c the Pennsylvania is not one nies tvho battled the blaze enialives in died could call Fim chief Fred carnjaa iller suffering aheart al in f twopoint poldanwge probably will rjj Ha RJ Llllltea Slates 111 lie nnn 1 nnn i jn nearby po1 damage probablv wm n tlieiween and add See 4 Col 4 New Taxi Service for Clviner ing The top two stories of the four CITY Mexican rail workers had until noon today to return to work or face dismissal Twothirds of the nations rail system was lied up but a slight break in Hie strike put some key trains back in op eivlion Wednesday night The wage strike by many of the the first major sis for President Adolf p Lopez Mateos since he took office last Dec 1 The walkout began at noon Wednesday affecting miles of the governmem owned rail system The govern promptly ruled the the workers with dismissal if they were not back on the job by noon today Some came backduring the alternoon and Hut suid they wouW not go back to work until thev heard trio Vallcjo head of the railway union N Vallejo showed no sign of bark emergency personnel iGuadalajara to on the Iroops were guarding railwayArizona border was postponed for varcis and stations but only two Hi days minor incidents were reponetl The Southeast Division of the Sinkers held up lie Nuevy Larailway system running llwinili reaoloMexioo City train fmlhe Gulf Coasi suius of Tabasco several hours at a small town Campoche and Yuiaian was not along the way Ollur strikers affected by the strike ihoved a boxcar a crass the tracks The strikers a federal court injunction against house the government ruling that the The Defense strike i buttery in JlKiij Lust ueek a grand jury indicted several persons irt connection with bribing of jurors on the deadlocked panel that tried Zwill mun for income tax evasion in He was accused of evading lie payment ol in income taxes for lfl17 and Suiiibuili said iiuss look a particularly stfrious Jeny Catena of South operated by Foyes The Gazette IbGx auutl funiHure was stored but from all the damagi total will be a quarter ot million dollar DKKW DifW Piarsnii Aclinirul Atoms iur Read this uilule un Congress on said all nat ending Machine was called a Senate committee recentj a series of questions t JjVMH Seinffinali of the Jiidiana Coumy Basketball Touniainent will jture be plaied toniglit Read Ueiailsi on shorts pages 1C and 17 j Charles P i of the S Belts Storage said txinipany lortls on the first floor along with 850 of itiiolor I Uuf c floorfji w e r f ijum packed witlisttwed said Mexico City Wednesday Guadalajara Veracrxu dad Juarez manned by to ight for Ciu wojkers the trains Service two areas A strike if d a m a g e may ruu uito the dreds ojf oj daUirs Peternuw feulWing tt Vallejo said union demands normally were cut to only 16 million dollars annuallv a year arks slumridden Broome St poor immigrant man hit the big money during liibition Admittedly lie was bootlegger j t U i uoiiit Minvi SovUly SpotIs i World IS FQKECAST j dollars Bui clients were respftnsibjf fop i ing their own in 50s Oymer Legjoa Fri Musue b W   

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