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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Is jftfte fof everyone gets ymt Into habit of An Indiana County That Every Member of the Family Volume 66 r mil t t February 28 1959 Telephone HO 55555 EDITION KHRUSH E GERMANY 11 Acquitted On Friday OfCharges TopLevel Soviets Greet Mac LENINGRAD Prime Minister Harold Macmillan arrived in Lenin grad today o find a surprise iloplevel Soviet delegation Availing to greet him Was headed by First Dep Premier Anastas M i k o y a n and Foreign Mini s I er And rei ROY SCHRECENGOST candidate here Schrecengost Gromyko LEWISBURG Pa AP MJKoyan and Gromyko flew VNilham J Green Jr Dhere from Moscow with British1 acquitted Friday in a Ambassador Sir Patrick Reilly government conspiracy in from Q i A spokesman said Mac a statement charging millan had no advance notice that that his indictment and trial Mikoyan was joining him for his T Were inspired by politics twoday visit to Leningrad VxO Green and two others were A British official said that Mi itound innocent by a jury of had mentioned earlier in 3 n H I men and five women rlie tiiat le might come to ai V C which deliberated Jess ban but as in the case of three hours llli111 Sovirt Premier Khrushchevs trip T Schrecengost Indiana i to Kiev the British were later detective today announced Green Philadelphia toldthose plans had been dropped his candidacy for the office of i Germany ticket the diplomats were in o see a in May S NextWeek At Leipzig Trade Fair BERLIN Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev will Icome to East Germany to at tend the Leipzig Trade Fair jvvhich opens Sunday Pre jRumably he will use the occa ision to talk over the Berlin Icrisis with East German of ficials ADN official Ewt German news announce the Khntsh chev visit It a Tass agen dispatch today from Moscow Tass did not give the exact day for die visit Presumably it will I come after British Prime Minis j ter Harold Macmtllan leaves Mos I cow Tuesday The announcement came amid speculation among Western diplo mats in Berlin that the Soviet Un Tins entire t i H I M U rttlPIILISl been a fouryear endeavor by the about a toothache same davi 11e is a World JTISIIKK OPEN HOUSE to persons wore expected to tour Fisher Scientific ultramodern plant here today Pictured above are a group of persons touring the new plant this morning The open house officially marking arrival in Indiana was scheduled to continue until 4 oclock Ihis afternoon The new is the companys Instrument Division and is modern in every Beck Gets 5Year Jai termfined iGaxette photo bv Sipos T 11 v ii n i 11 t i I il Jil Jilt tlci V 11 w i i vi I trittf ti national administration to harass he received an Iraqi delegation itn and in Hie L and embarrass me and has had Hie Kremlin and many vetera Police every aspect of political persecusaid Khrushchev had a diplosemcl frtr seven years as a malic toothache ber of the Indiana Borough y former Mikoyan was in a gav mood ckpartmeilt and been limted b Frederick he waitedonthe ramp and oreetl five years visit coiitraiv ed Mr Schrecenaosr fd r lle WQrlds y conduct officias ot the to ADN was that had been mvited Seven Killed When Arena Roof Crashes LrSTOWEL Ont fr malic Green John P Gilroy Scranton engineer and 1 Raff Hartford contraced Macmillan Both exchanged Jvir isa tor had been charged with confriendly remarks before Macmilof lndianalivingat 1016 vvaynej Rnfl spiring to defraud the government Ian went off with Leningrad offiAve witl1 his xvife and one and in connection with construction of cials to inspect a brightly uni ter He niainlains active member1ueraian wve may sign the W million dollar Army Signal See V Col 3 ship the American Legion Vet teaiy1 lf the Corps depot at Tobyhanna Pa eia1s of Foreign Wars and tral S e 3 tol 2 recelv Demo Macing Charged In Waynesboro WAYNESBORO Pa threat of dismissal today lumjj 675 state employes Teamster year senloiice and I A plus a doublebarreled LA Becks insatiable greed resulting SpPnMrWA is a sad and shocking said C IVI V G ForBrown Beck quickly posted to WASHINGTON cover the hue and court costs and l H Ihe was released Mer his 25 miles ortlwest reb 19 Beck spent a night behind convention in Los Angeles Kitchener to a hospital two bars for the first time in his life aPPearfid likely to move Califorblocks awav before appeal boad was set mas Gov Edmund G Brown into Recreation Director A motion for a new trial was a kingmaker role in the preside and Coach r tial nominatinc contest Stnling xvere tlle Uvo adulls Dennis Sliaffer17 Indiana Ihe government could claim follUM m the arena half a million near Scranton I I F o u r oilier men originally J M 155116 charged with participuiing in the alleged cmispinicy were acquitted Ky P 1 eaWiftr fay Judge 65 IH The Frederick T Follmer r pl of the Listowel Arena col Among other things GreeriMias HOT lapsed today under a heavy been accused of using his position nWlliy of snow during a minor as a member of the House Armed PA pi r i hockey league practice Spires Committeeto be of assist n Seven youngsters and one adult anee to the other defendants all U its were reported killed and at least but one of whom were associated muscles in a Kpectacular nine children were injured with firms which held contracts 1S rendy to tty Settled Out Station wagons started a shut tle service between the arena on the eastern outskirts of this town ship in the American Veti jerans of Foreign Wars and Frai Menial Order of Eagles He has held a constables commission and i is now serving as a memberof the Indiana Borough Couiicil j He a politcal of fice but has held an appointive of i fice as county detective being api j pointed by J Murray Buterbaugh district PostDispatch Damage Suit I Mishap Here 4 is reported in satisfactorv Rival Paper ST LOUIS evening St Louis PostDispatch will print the editions of its rival morning GlobeDemocrat after a Newspa per Guild strike at the Globe is settled both papers announced Friday Both dailies said the Post owned by the Piilifaer Publishing has bought the GlobeDem government raised its esti contributions and registering new mate of tlie actually owed voters o In addition to die fine C F Minelwrt 90vearold and frpf Democratic County chairman and BeckPage S Col i former legislator sent the work n new job application blanks R jL J a letter and asked them to 111 bring them along for the inter Views Your failure lo cooperate in this matter will be deemed by the executive committee as intention on your part to discontinue your said the letter iiuiu i A i i ftuuiii runiie 10 test irs incHrii in iney sub with evading Phil R D pni in a one car acciballistic shell nose con enLnne District Court che milted to personal interviews with W40b07 for tlie years but Residents of the town fjocked dent on the Indian Springs Road warhead and fiKnTe svTlem Construction Council the Heavy J h ai ff Democratic leaders about party tlle raised its esti an acrimonious the arena to give State Police from K SSS1011 ot ne rom e u group but Some worked to resuscitate ihe substation report Shaffer suffered nuclear subnmne rocket Frida Ml and three locals of 6837 rescued ounsters in in The Anny moonshoot appears likely this weekend although the j exact time still a secret prrrSBURGH oougnt the GlobeDem Prehminanes the big and its mechanical covery tesr ot court or f of rHr POHi I in I I ICf CitlAJ 1 nmn UISU ICL V Olll v tiicr I v v rrn its news presses as Wrecks No Injuries votes ranging from 6837 rescued youngsters reported the roof was an ear display himself to th lion delegates in a welcoming five years ago speech It was withjust such a speech that Adlai K Stevenson brought the house down in the 1952 Chicago convention that later nominated him for president Probably nobody in California thinks that Brown is Pos and t a serious nmnpvi K v Am as a favorite son Pa he can control Californias pow me icucr 1II11TV lie Iail Control TllitVlmiVc Bnnta i i The Waynesboro Record Herald cars of a 72car Baltimore Ohio erful conm vote i ho S t wli lid in a published story that the reight left the tracks near this ballot luu e on te o AP Rooki ale workers most of them em Fayette County community Friday to throw the Sis implali D Shir toyed at the Samuel G Dixou blocked the main eastbound Cation behind another Dormom was 1U llie 1I1SL ailu stages of ing veered onto the sidewalk at block flom tiie TSTf SH sSsF s aid blate iloyecl at the Samuel G Dixonni8ht blocked the main eastbound Hospital at Mont Alto were being and westbound tracks uniiiiutn maced foe to a month on Was lhe installment plan B 0 officials lo a sluuapiate victorv din u Macing is an illegal practice 200 feet of track was torn up tier here tonight Two iVxa I his Bujriiig a public employe to conTIie 17tl the front was Senate Democratic Leader I viV n ct17alave nbute to a political party under the lo leave the tracks Cause don Johnson and House Speaker penalty of dismissal oMhe derailment was not deterSam Rayburn will be tlie mam S tlie diest At Harnsburg George I speakers Dormom police said he wasoff Bloom Republican state chair Traffic was deloured over the News that Los Aimeles had won al the time but was nan described oc Western Marvlanri RailmnH s darkened home as a trap in wave taken to St injuries of the head and a possible The Navy later said ulc concussion when his car struck an may have broken up soon after it DBegins Jr and Will aj pjiitners in the tCSt Utltct WflS Damage to the car was esti recorded Three of four earlier firings were unsuccessful Male Police also report a hit Ihe Army moon rocketwaitine run a mile north of to take rhe limelight wus a ville last night at on Route stage Juno U a Jupiter sur mounted with three successive According to the police a car op stages of Sergeant rockets r in the The car John Paulina was St Louis In between a the report stooned a I 8 1 firatMaMd siages of ing veered onto the sidewalk at from tlie Globe is the old the lepoil Mopped a moment and the Juno U rocket in a lhe intersection of Sixth and PostDispatchPage 3 Col 2 i bucket 1O Club Savoy Music ItifixC na wucu nix iar sirucK an may nave txiokpir rly chance designed to withstand heavy abutment on the Indian S p r i n g s disappeared into convensnow The arena was built late yesterday afternoon though I n I I VOil t Policeman Fair After unions forced them has befrn plough boycott time the Post c a new building on the western ecige of St Louis but abandoned j that idea i Jt will combine its presses with With Car itlie ones in the M and print both papers be See US 1 7 reported lite Outside Inn Full course turkey dinner Sat and Sun Pittsburgh from Cumberland Sec LA fhoicePage 3 Col iatic state chairman said It Who Searched Red Ship 1 see Minelmrt is asking for a volun ary Me made the comment from Vashinglou where he is attending Democratic National Committee ueeling Barr promised to look fcio the matter upon returning to iarrisburg next Gov Lawrence also in Wash ngton was unavailable for com 3 CoL 1 i New Taxi Service for Clymer nd surrounding communities tVb 2lith Phone Al by Joyev Inside The Gazette DUKW PERSON Tlje hi ring of relatives by members of Congress is ci today by Drew Pearson on page 1 COUNTY Marion the Indiana County Basketball crown last night This and other sports on pages 6 and 7 Sentenced For Embezzling Trawler Probably Cut Cable wjjtr i uiiili in y u t ft f1 S VII I 1 P 11 I 11 j i i I f ru 1 it I LI lit ll I pi CSS Ol I 1 SiiV 111 11 IP SK AUdtlini UtftilieUii uuiicii Other Feafures 7 I dont think any aiwlogy frieudlv altitude and acted in a p ofihe n11 TeUi f in aUy UaV Shape spirit and tS Grimes of J a r W on breaking tWtiJntic are S IWSUe illg round 8J1 OCher Greene Coiuuy has been sentenc But he emphasises 1 dont bv u the weS foli mv i dlarl ed to a year in prison for emknow whether accidentally or mrast was loomv for no a Kniest J US from the First tfurk for some hours 11 j Navy wlar picket ship Koy O 1 tional Bank Trusi Co of Wav li Donuld Sheelv of Falls The Soviet i r T ot the Hale who seat the pany aboard Mrs a former teller at eme here Friday ni h atup 10 Ilieatrr JUMU Jrcu lhe Outside Ion jFull turkey dinner at and Sun WEATHKH Partly y and cooler tonitfln how U2 to JB mild Higii to IS she was treasurer where fne cables were broken in N i aoviei Neither anv u i Rddio m a w ing party sajd the lour 5   

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