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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family If ire tike enough flavored lipstick men jHmitd eating Volume Jpdiana Monday March 2 1959 City EDITION Would OK M In April Suggested By RONALD THOMPSON Meetinq q OMAN DIES IN INDIANA CRASH So viet Union renewed today its call for summit talks on Ber lin and Germany but said it will take part in a foreign ministers conference if the West is not yet ready for a meeting of heads of stale The suggested either the heads of state or the foreign ministers should meet next month in Vienna or Geneva agreeing in advance to complete their work in two to three months In addition to the Soviet industry the United States Britain and several years Blairsville Gets New Industry Marshall Said More Alert George C Marshalls doctor re ported that he appears a littlej more alert this morning than he has for the past two or three days The doctor said the generals condition remains serious Marshi The first to locate in 78nas suffered two strokes will soon Law Probe Requested By Meany WASHINGTON AP and East and in its employ i I I 47 T be recently on Jan 15 and Feb 17 AFLCIO President George France Moscow said Pol ting here with 30 men Meany today called for a congressional investigation of what he said is a breakdown Jaw enforcement on he F H in Salts and for port and Union Aide Asks Pa To Reconsider in i federal and state level i Meany speaking to dele gates to the AFLCIO Building and Construction Trades Department fifth national legislative cdnfer in notes delivered just before i f Prime Minister Harold Macmillan u oi Britain conferred in the Jut with Premier Khrushchev Massachusetts They talked for nearly two Situated in Indiana County it In a speech prepared for delivwill occupy the former airport cry to Soviet television owned by James 1 Shear Macmillan declared it was poser Mr Shearer has renovated the sible to achieve improved relastructure so that i will provide ways eV Senate tions between Britain and the Company slatement issued recently which ment Committee h viet Union if we can make fcei of floor space on labor rliim start and go forward ttop bv first floor and a similar nnnildL unton reSt f Said prcsent ber of square feel on the second on gangster links to the1 Agreement on one thin leads story industry for exam in agreement on he add A modern office has been con n dLPdltmenL to do wirh labor ed Its the first step that counts i strutted for the Hunter firm manH T Te of the nature of Thats whv Jni here utacturers of peoal mec nght hearings he said loaves that He urged the two nations avoid tools P membership mierente nets which disturb the existing Hunter jnHc t ng vcars umons luive anyone so naive to believe position anvwhcre in the world f fl an illegal slot machine the Siectr c Screw I R T r is operating without Todays note to the Federathe knowledge of some corrupt Chicago Of State tomuv and Municiofficial Meany asked A Pittsburgh mother was killed and her family injured in his car Saturday tifcht CPImtii hy Sipos States to the earlier Ball ami Of County Tournament here is features the m design and features he latest wroteMartin asking thai1 Th equipmeni and facilities lhe ulin he Hartley law 10 uould lead to war Moscow threatened tt it own occupation to Communist East Germany on May unless agreement is reached with die Western Big lading docks switchboard Martin in his statement to the vote in bargaining elections amlto three I he eston Alltes fear e ng rooms rest unkoil saitl permit construction unions to ne lommunist hast Germans would s and a Kitchen are a department has the rihi to gotiate prehire contracts then try to cm off West Berlm of he many coinemences who s gen John F Kenned liom the nonCommunist world ed m lhfv See 2 tol i d the to permit strikers Windstorm Howls Across PersianGulf TwoCar Mishap On No Fourth A was killed and jfour persons injured in a two car crash Saturday night just minutes before midnight on North Fourth according jto Indiana Borough Police Killed was Mrs Margaret jJean Pitts burgh a passenger in a car operated by her husband j William P Benzingeri 40 j T h e deceased reportedly died of her injuries enroute jto the hospital Mr suffered injuries to his head and chest and two I daughters Peggy Jean and Kathleen 13 both received injur to the hip i Jhe Benzinger car was struck according to police by a car op jerated by Kenneth McJunkin 27 11272 Washington St j received injuries to jliie back and head Police said today he is being charged with i reckless driving All of the injured arefisted as in the Indiana H0S pital today The accident investigated Patrolman Robert JD Edn occurred the j on North Fourth third fatal accident foot area during lie is Sentence Six In County Court Here has been constructed to replace1 the dirt road which formerly linked the plant site and Uieiv also department the bill BAHRAIN A windstorm will pass congress at this across lhe Persian xCiult Bj JOHN HARWICK i Guxctte Sports Editor PURCHASE titles in nights Marion Center fresh from winning the Indiana County Basketball League captured the Basketball1 iuunuinjeni Saturday night bv beating Blairsville i o617 j Ken Williams club boosted its seasons record to WenortironFourth SU And the befoniiiiK lhe lut team in lhe schooFs floor history to burgh couples car both cars were Uliiuaills of iermore road William C Taylor president the Blairsville District Board of ir Ilrade was instrumental in interOU It i esting the Hunter in to considet relocating in Blairsville supervisory officials to ine said some businessmen are op posing it as they did H similar last year Estimates of the dead Some employers and businessranged as high as 500 men are not so much interested storm of hurricane force Jin breaking the power of crooks Dew 11P without warning from the and hoodlums as they are ja mainland of Saudi Arabia Dust i breaking the power of honest orshrouded the Gulf as havoc was JKanized labor at the bargaining wrought on both land and sea Kennedy said Houses wore smashed Power Meany said the National nnes weje day ended a Mday walkout set nai as will fishing boats were pound to reclassifv mR accepl leSisation to pieces press racketeering aqd unethical Tne British navy practices by employers as the ancl supplies to championships in a single campaign N in the opposite direction leaving many Clark a brilliant fouryear career Police are continuing their Jn hundreds homeless ie Stingers put his outfit in for good with today remaining in the third quarter Iiliu4 1 PORT oil ARTHUR Tex Co refinery workers lo lames K Hull Derry returned to Indiana County last month fromjr TIGSt Camp Hill appeared before Judge AMIENS France AP Edwin M Clark Monday for seni Roman Catholic priest was found off by an attempt fencing on a charge of in a wood near Amiens Sunsome employes larceny and receiving stolen propform of a cross fompan ami spokesmen for Mo uv as tlie rrt day with four bullet holes in the Oil Chemical and Atomic to driveleft homeless at Abu Dhabi on Bluirsviiie Makarios a nuih Out the betrayers of labor the fmcial Oman coast jon Marion Center trailed by six points at the half but came back strong after the intermis sion to lead by that many mark ers going into the ses sion Both quintets scored seventeen field goals while the Jackets clicked on charity tosses i compared to jof30 for the Bob dispatchod cais i 500 pRrsons Twentytwo fouls were culled on j Army Lunar Big Welcome Probe Ready For Makarios For Launch In Nicosia By ALEX EFTV Huil Pleaded guilty Dec 4 The body of Abbe Robert Ochu join and was sentenced al that ttme o was found by a hunter One bullet the agreement ending the strike amp Hill by aulhonlies in Westhad piercedhis head breaking his allows Gulf more in fix moreland County spectacles Another went in the ing job classifications but no im lt appearing o he Indiana Coimstomach The other two had enpayment of traditional craft lines ty Coun that Hull has served time on a charge similar to the charges in Indiana County he was ordered to be placed on probation and re leased after payment of costs ofi prosecution and restitution of prop1 erty taken In other court action Monday ludge Clark sentenced two persons charged with violations of liquor CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP JVlissilemen went bade to work on their lunar probe rocket Cyprus AP Archtoday after failing Sunday night lot a triumphal to launch a satellite past the moon anil Imyont1 Oil Mill ftuv a n lunipiidi a MUCIIUO past me ulOOn Hi Center but accuracy at the home frum more info a solar orbit eethrow snip iTioant the title for 150l00u Cypriots Sunday I The 76foot rocket Juno II n alter three years in Hestood poised in floodlights for a i i iiri t m i t 1 J laid stress on disclosures in Reports from Dhahran Sauditiee fr v i v i ill i I CAT SL party of American Marion Center playing its third oalltd on to with half hour and the firing crew had itttt tlie ISlaiKt S llllllsh urifKirt Rifle Club party tonitc employes of the Arabian Ameri Mon tfx can Oil missing in the desert game in three nights looked rag in failing ithe das of laws Sentenced were Ben lones and I Joseph J Spinner both of cernemines Tliey were appre SelfStyled HordHeoded Figure of Governor Seeks Record Budget I lteadl mitioriiy in progressed to within minutes of that lie target time when the shoot was postponed No reason was given Ketl the lo score a single fitlder in ten attempts Greg Din all surprise starter for Blairsville tossed in three close buckets in the first period to give the quarter lead to the out an agivemimt to give tonight Tuesday or Wednesday Bobcats 136 See 18 Col 7 f r MLI jc IV WJ The politicdl and spiriiual but it was learned that er of Je nuijority fievv a power failure caused the deci in from London where to Circik and Turkish officials Another effort could be madt Lawrence iblature a today handed the Leg expensive forced Leader to accept us are likely o selfstyled hardhead llle J Per cent sales tux bended following raids by S t a le ed budget of for the Uwrence pleaded that ume s messaoe Police and Liquor Control Board Commonwealth in and proof the essence in calling for enpassed ofticials on Jan II 4im uo fctneiai state Both pleaded guilty leb and balance il posed 100 millions in new taxes to aetmem of the tax each was sentenced to pay a tine of and the costs of prosecu tion Lawrence E d a r d Ruger of Kmeigh pleadixl guilty to assault and battery charges and was given a suspended sentence on condition he pay the costs of preosecutiou expected the figure is a rec ord high But Lawrence made it April Kach days delav for the M hours as any of highway fund financed entirely to he by gasoline luxes and motor li Pnse tVts the tish and jame time is lhe budget message enconitunds whose reviMiue conifslrom expenspirtsiiHiirs iVes and a fllmes Koivan bonus tuiul The governor told newsmen he A proposetl 150milliond o 1 1 a r b e y o n d1 would submit by the end of Vandenberg USAFBase Waste Cited plain that politically stmbly would mean a cutback inj state services There were few ntessage and budget prog ram by sANr FRANCISCO AP The the Korean would be Francisco Chronicli said lu hy the fivecontsa t111 civiliun firiplnycs at Vtn pack cigaretulax lu six cents lonbws Air Force Base Ilicse added spending programsclamtld the Air Force has would send the Commonweal in hie i T an hce subsistence allowance would oveixill budget lo close to suipuses m rundown ot Gov Lawbe increased from a per liondollar nwrk lor the io the In In a 0niiiute address Makari jfts told his cheering shouting fol jlcufrs have triumphed To jday Cyprus is iree Lei us tvle brute m lie nrgid iivok Cypriots to for lhe political differences and which only last sum mer ertipttxl into tightiii ilif drefk aiut J urkih comniu British colovvne moon is in favorable proximity to earth iAVay Aftw that a months de ilay wouid be necessary until mOim again swings into the cor See ArmyPage 2 Col 1 1 st Greenvi Fatality Since54 any reductions by divided General the As1 Budget ataGlance monoy a muiihe Pa Mercer County borough has re Let us not he said tented its first traffic fatalitj freedom is not just a 1954 with the death of Mrs iligi a i right H is also a heavy Uaye Osiratider 73 year olrf supreme duly ireenville resident fine of and refrain from Iviwund tering the Borough of Clymer wiihjitself M Juneoa relief a V appeared tor sentencing after visory committee Il featured in pleading guilty Feb 23 to a charge creasing the 3 per cent sales lax Four million dollars in new tax nJmiJrf K ol operating a motor vehicle after to per cent s i i Ux mended to of his operating privil The other proposed levies range d Wand a fine of to expanding the sales tax to mcenl sales tux co per cent In another driving acrosstheBur drinks n Judgellark senieacedCuorge pipe and chewing Quirk is urged iovernor ana r operating a motor vehide would seem to vw llaj oS Co n m n eSli Ins operators to pick be000 a duv iu tuT rasesio break ihe lu ailditiun Hill was ordered might easily la paxrhe cuits of prysccutiun aud a he said A preUiaablf re ol suit might well be endless legisla J we can the masjivnccs budget man to j documents lotal a recordhigh OP M 3H for the is made o give persons tentl S oLl7 day increase in of for ilie current iuo year fiscal period ending Max next and enough money lo pre item reyuiriue new tux 1 mh dS VlJIt Any major budget cuts SHVS Lawrence would mean reduction m state services Spending for schools represents per cent of budget but is in Public Nearly S additional needed to In his ca increused n the iniMi two years million dollars of the taxes he said are programs or existing law tegory is fil millions in si ale aid for It leaves the I Illls i The ed in I hat lor tu il is in tor other this area will be limited m single iiu lud ure million j Public Welfare Uei grains lu set up ballistic missile llllllllllllj Mils Hie sources weie not named in llie article The Article citing what il called lobbying by building contraciius said the money could have been saved through a nor mal building program lhe paper said expensive Iniij systems rushed 10 cuin iun months ajio imw stand idle bei ause the missiles for which Inside The Gazette A 8 FISliKK WORKKK Id expicise ie newly opened plant si s his on union in tndiana Sea AUK10X iKNTKR WINS are or eniir UKoniuly tournament io lus Jk Hill it was pointed out was alo charged uiih burglarly larceny receiving siolen eoods in 195f additional milparinieni H svonld gel L4 more foi menial health lim half of former l to Doqs Available Iwo dugs both part Spiniger are seeking good mil Both dug are black with white t Miliui Suurlr WEAlHKKFOKtiAST increased construction would JO   

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