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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Every Member of the Family People wild get to upstage with their friends soon drop out of the spotlight Volume 165 City TwenfyfWr Pages EDITION FISHER I Indiana Pennsylvania Friday February 27 1959 DREAM BUILDING Joint Dr Boehm Says OK Due Soon We are going to approve 1 This was the s t at e m e n t made in Harrisburg today by Dr Charles Boehm Sfate Superintendent of Public In feruction regarding the lull school jointure recently voted between Indiana White Township and Arm strong Township The statement was made to Leonard Linger chief qf the I O F Associated Press Bureau in IH KclCG TOT the state capital A request for the inqury was jriade by the Indiana Evening Gi Wctte because of the current dif Chetremon CC Rums To Ground G STEPHENS EDWARDS county candidate By BILL GRAFF Staff Representative p in CHERRY en veloped the Chetremon Coun itry Club today and was still iroaring out of control at 1 m X I fire companies hamp ered by theblazes headslarl jand a lack of water are bat jtling the flames but the build jing will probably be totally j A preliminary estimate of indicates the loss Terence ot opinion concerning the Twp reach legality of the complete candidacy for tanHud secondary school of comny commis Barnesboro and tlire isioner on the Republican ticket at Tree were summoned at Dr Boehm is the highest Primaries ivhen Bert Williams as sponsible officer ofthe stale dejrA of Indiana Harmony Joint partment of education His is the IC hc owns orates a HSii School spotted the flames He is a member of from the building He The State Superintendent added B to work the request for the jointure voted Mtl001 Crange awl has been country club is located along1 Jan 27 is currently on the ucVve ln otler dvic Route 219 about two miles north j esk of Dr Swan one of the as1 Jf and elected his Cherry building was pi sistant state superintendents ApT IS to perform the dtisituated about feet off the IK proval wil be granted upon Drties that olficeto the bts of Highway and near the Swans return to his office jUis m an honest efficient River j land courteous manner for the ini The fire is believed to have bmv s County Post w of OPENS A MAJOR SCIENTIFIC KVKNT f Americas largest pl thats the cutung of h nbbon uih ants for manufactunng vital research i old ug Group Seeks Candidates for Boards More than 200 White of all caused by faulty wiring in the kitchen Flumes spread to most purls of the frame structure be fore they were discovered Cherry Tree volunteers first to reach the were handcuffed CHARLEkOl Pa AP Fire after the water supply in their nChorleroi Acquit Green Two Others By BILLGIBSON LEWISBURG illiam J Green Jr and o others wore acquitted today of charges they conspired to de caused an estimated danvPumpcr tank was exhausted Thevr8they lo Thursday jo the to stretch hose approximatl Avalon Here DJ Bob McCluer announced to day that Frankie Avalon will be featured at Ihe Saturday night record hop at the local armory The popular rock n roll sing iis substituting for lie Fabu lous Fabian originally scheduled to appear tomorrow night Included in the program will be the Mark Vs popular music jjroup Frankie Avalon is currently tlie top singer with his hit Always popular with Ihe youiig fr sei Avalon has appearedut nil of the top nitwork televi sion shows A full house is expected he dance and show 4ds under way at tomorrow ninhl Dance Tonight Miduras jiill lyincr Round Square iolka ipaiicing 10 lo Ilia Dance Clymer Legion Frr 27th Music by Sunset Serenaders danc ing from to The Outside luu JJull course turkey dinner Sal and Sun nlrl i vjioss vu uiiiiuinii in tins v u iiti to me rivpr imnririi and Armstrong Imvnship residents Washington Coiuitv comnumit v tional water addl Philadelphia Democraticchairman i Attended a meeting last night at Three adjoining buildings inthe Bimiesboro firemen were powcrful fi Rustic Lodge to discuss the slathear of the Jreft innnediatelv bv die Cherrv sm Politics candidates lor school boards ained some d a department truck and vf6 whose rand supervisors n thenrespective Fire chief Henry Lowstinor healed bv M W was architectengi townships and to a so discuss the estimated the loss said the bolt joined Cherrv Tree and Fnd E school jonuure Indiana Borapparently started among com ers the battle P Raf 64 Hartford Headed bv Mrs lhe biStmeilt became alZharma s the committee restated its op Sec theiremontpase 4 Col 3 inion that the complete elemcni taryhigh school jointure voted on is illegal W h i t e Township Armstrong Township and Indiana Borough at a special meeting Jan 27 voted to include the elementary grades inj the jointure Shelocta Borough a parl of the Benjamin Franklin i I elementary jointure but not the secondary jointure refrain I See 4 Col 5 Thousands Expected To Tour Ultramodern Scientific Operation An instrument so amaxingly sensitive that it is fed a hypodermic needle will be viewed by West ern Pennsylvanians tomorrow when the dream building jof Fisher Scientific isopened to the public i Called the FisherGulf Partitioner the instrument takes a twentieth of a single drop of a petroleum sample and separates identities and measures dozens of compounds in tl In minutes it does work that previously took a halt Another ingenious device shown at the Fisher Open House will be ithe Fisher FreezeDry Apparatus I which prepares and preserves hu jman heart arteries in a blood j vessel bank to permit transplant ling of healthy arteries into per jsons with damaged or diseased or1 jgans j 1 Thanks to this ingenious ap paralus many Western Pennj sylvanians are walking around alive and useful who otherwise i would have been given up as in curable by surgeons i That one of the worlds most modern plants for producing scienj jtific instruments was located this i past year in Indiana is as i much a tribute to the community j spirit of Indiana the indusj I trial leadership of Fisher Scieivj jtific Company I Indianas workers have long1 been known for dependability and craftsmanship But many of theiri i skills had not been utilized sihcej the community became a labor surplus Invite Everyone To Fisher Plant Everyone is invited to attend the Open House of the Fish er Scientific Company tomorrow from 10 to 4 Located on Route 119 south of Indiana the newly opened company is the latest of new hi dustries to begin operations in the Indiana area Thousands of persons are ex pected to tour the plant during this initiation of the Fisher folk to Indiana Buterbaugh ExPrinter Passes Aw ay ihen jc Merlin Samuel Buterbaugh lifelong resident of I Fisher Features PLANT DRAWING Warm Cordial Fisher Co Editorial Now that the Fisher Scientific Companys Instrument Plant is a Indiana and therefore very much a part of the communitys economic life it is important that people of this area know this new neighbor better Needless to say Indiana is proud of this fine indus trial operation It is a credit to Indiana It brings a meas ure ol distinction to our community because it is a prin cipal production unit of the largest manufacturer and dis tributor of laboratory appliances and reagent chemicals in America This new company brings a mark of quality to our community We are certain we speak for all the people of Indiana when we say to the Company a warm and cordial welcome to this Let us all of us in the area show our interest in this outstanding company by accepting the public invitation to join in its open house celebration Accept by all means the companys gracious bid u see Us plant and some of its operation this weekend We ieel certain the management is proud investment in Indiana and is therelore that the people drop in m a neighborly fashion to welcome the company by your interest There aremany people of Indiana and vicinity who have had some part in the campaign to bring the Fisher Company into this area These should be especially in terested in what their generous donations and bond pur chases have accomplished and women working in the plant will also ap preciate the communitys interest in the fine new plant winre they are proud to work Kinployes main of whom ari new are becoming adjusted to methods and poli cies ot he company and are mowing to appreciate the excellent conditions under winch theyare privileged to work The employes of Fisher are therelore easier lo have their friends and ol Indiana see for how miuli the company has done to make their working conditions as nearlv ideal as po years passed away afternoon at his home Always activein the Indiana Borough CoancIJfrom 1946 to 4950 lie tvas a resident dl Indiana for 46 years The deceased was bom on Aug 27 1874 in Grant Twp Miv Buterbaugh is survived bj ihis Bisie Salsgiver Buter jbsugV64T Water two sons Americas largest producer of all of boratory appliances and chemicals Thebody has been removed for a site for Hifl funeral Home Interment ing manufacturing operation locatjwiN be m tne OaklandCemetary ed in Pittsburgh Indiana went Sunchiy OTHER PHOTOS AlKENf FISHER P 1 Sec 2 page 13 page 15 to action In 1957 the Indiana Industrial Development Corporation a divi sionof the Indiana Chamber of I Commerce acquired a 15acre tract on Route 119 The plant it self was financed locally via a Pennsylvania Industrial Develop ment Authority loan and raised by the townspeople them selves as of The Fisher organization put top engineers to work to design a plant for the utmost in em ploye convenience efficiency A complete obituary appears page 4 Award Plaque For County SMTCKSBURG Mrs Mary Widclowson Dilts was presented S plaque yesterday on behalf of chjl Medical Society of the State of j Pennsylvania in honor of her at tain ing the age of 100 years r Hb STSfit i See InPage 19 Col 4 B I I ICe Kink Open Uons She was married to Allison Wilson Dilts who passed away it See AwardPage 4 Col 1 v I The ice skating rink at the The Outside Inn Mack Community Center will be Full course turkey dinner during its usual operating Sat and Sun I66j hours today I New Taxi Service for Clymej iisiv hry tonne Sokol club and surrounding communities Ef BJairsville 6 to JO 50c plate fective Feb 26th Phone AL 420M operated by Foyes 166i Inside The Gazette IQINT OF Tlio tniaiiiiiijj of new is the topic discussed on pagf by William L TOlUNAiMKNT Hlaiisville advanced ii XVntir aim luuiuua Cviiuty to tlie finals of tilt uuiuauieul Ste sports 18 tlwough Ciwtremou Country Club uear flierry Tree today Iliulo Indiana Evening is genuinev grateful that the Hsher Scientific Company has elected to locate in Indiana It to urge all to know how much lius new linn means to the area And the way is to VIM the plant Saturday 1U a m to 4 p have a look around l Other Featum with occasional ram tonight to 3d High lo j   

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