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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family tikw lot of with children to real home 168 City EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana PanpftyMftfo March 3 1959 Two Sectienj Sevtn CtnH PIONEER SOLAR ORBIT School Bus lii Pond 9 Youths Die T1FTON Ga AP A school bus carrying 86 chil iron careened off a road into farm pond today and nine jbf the occupants drowned Five girls and four boys anging from 5 to 15 years old It their lives as the terrified ildren fought to reach the vindows of the half sub Ijnerged bus The vehicle bringing the Negro to an elementary and a high school here hit a rut in a irt road and slipped Into the pond t It came to rest an Its side j Two boys on the bus managed open a window and crawl out They were joined by two white men who saw the accident The quartet broke windows and hauled hildren out Rescuers were unable to deter whether all of the children Mac Warns S oviets About Use Of Force RICHARD D KINTER commissioner hopeful Kinter Candidate Unable To Agree On Plans Richard D Kinter Rayne Town r Rename Pechan To ISTC Board HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence today reappointed Sen Albert R Pechan RArmstrong as a member of the board of trustees of the Indiana State Teachers College The nomina MOSCOW AP tion went to the Senate for con Prime Minister Harold Mac fixation millan warned the Russians in farewell today against a re jsort to force in the Berlin iCrisls Soviet Premier Nikita JKhrushchev wishing him bon jvoyage said we are in favor j of solving all disputed issues I C I Inoal OK School Proposal Two member districts of the Indiana Area School Board last night paved the way for P e a c e u 1 negotia jpreliminary planning of a new high school School boards of both White and Armstrong townships apj proved a formal resolution which makes it possible for school administrators to map plans for the new building HARRlSBURG AP House Indiana Borough School committee approval today was third member in esTax had been removed until the bus was pulled from the water Thirtyeight of the children wereship announced Today that he is taken to a hospital All were rea candidate for the office of Initlons leased after first aid except three djana County Commissioner on the A joint communique a Macmil were suffering from shock Republican ticket Doyle Jones 18 Negro the in making his announcement driver said the bus went out of stafed he wasbom on control after hitting the nit and farm in Rayne Township and voviet union on world umiec the wheels seemed to lock when has been a resident o thal town in sufigested twoyear spending propast meetings point to a simi ne tried to slow it down ship all of his ife davs gramof QK by that board laTilTSrpI Rfmf eleventh of 13children Macmillan who arrived measure also would cut The resolution J 3CKbQH tliicc 111 IICS il ulii Afiri re Chi Kitt n ic f wOWll 19 V PYpnitififtrtc i Ill 3 v i id i lc5 1 tOOk off for rrl A p cocui field and about live wilts from Marion Center RD 1 Mr R w r TV v Tt now enjoyed on some articles Titon in south Georgia KintCr an employe of the alTe waved and1 t i rdmblllwmfims The emergency door on the bus Pennsylvania Department of Highcheered House Ways and Means commitaVv Planning for the new structure covered bV until 1955 Since that time he the British and Soviet governtee approved armrher of theiThfs means the member districts been mulM off bvSK puneo oji V v the selection of a school decision of a room schedule effect See 2 Col 5 of a H peace of the House Ways j and other details tha precede the Kintersare the parents of witn children Cynthia 7 Glenn 5 sip Ricky 20 goldplated satellite wish to hurl moon roars aloft pad at Cape Canaveral early today AP Wirephoto Deborah and months NTr Kinter expressed the wish that his many friends throughout the county will support him in his campaign See 2 Col 2 Pittsburgh Fights Boost In Gas Rates Move Staff Of Embassy InLaPaz Jack Goals For State WASHINGTON Ivanias congressional delegation today endorsed a program of leg lislative goals including additional federal funds for urban renewal airport construction and aid to depressed areas Of Pittsburgh plans to fight a proprotection by Hie Bolivian army additional revenues The program calling for the exposa by Equitable Gas Co to The riots followed publicationby penditure of scores of millions of boost its rates a second time Time magazine of an article quof dollars was drawn up by September ing an unidentified U S Embassy Pennsylvania League of Cities Equitable Monday asked the official as suggesting the way to representing SO urban centers Commission fo Bolivias economic problems I with a population of more than permission to increase its rates is to abolish the country millionpeople pcr cem on Mav 5 Thej At a breakfast meeting attendfjrm one of itsmaior sun was as HA 11 IM j wi cnni i If 1 tna ked by about half of the Tennessee Gas Traiismis snouiu aniue tne 1 icniKhMt VTUS iiansmiscountry and its problems President Hernan Siles went on the radio last night to tell the Bo livian people that denied and Means Committee said the i actual construction stage measures were approved by the The resolution emphasizes that committee in a short session Hethe local districts will forego state declined to give the vote See Two BoardsPage 2 Col Rep Stephen McCann Demo eratie floor leader said the ex emption removals would make the sales levy a general sales tax rather than a selective tax Ten other bills in the tax pack age remained in committee Quarter Way To Moon Now WASHINGTON AP Pioneer IV a new U space trail today more than a quarter of the way to the and farther out than any previous American irocket Scientists expressed assur jance that the gold plated cone j would speed on past the moon into orbit around the sun i where the Russians claim al iready to have put their Mech ta satellite ITie Army blasted off the new Pioneer from Cape Canaveral shortly after midnight The launching Itself was called as near perfect as could be Initial speed quickly figured at miles an hour enough to escape the earths gravitational pull By 8 EST scientists at the National Aeronautics and Space j Agency figured the rocket was 000 miles out more than a fourth of the distance of about miles to By 9 instrument readings and mathematical calculations placed the Pioneer miles on its way At the mile level the new j Pioneer was down to miles an hour That was close to Jhfc speed estimated in advance for that point in the flight stuck to theirprediction rocket would pass the at a distance of soine Wedpi Between 7 ani 8 powerful tracking stations Goldstpne in Pu4rtDf and at Jodrell Bank See 2 Col 1 Doubtful Homer Demos Lead iFnsco Area ri Shaken By In Petition Filing Democrats in Homer City have taken the lead in trie SAN FRANCISCO pow Calif ready filed jnumber of petitions filed in one district for nomination inierful but comparatively harmless the primary election on May 18 earthquake shook up Northern PITTSBURGH City the outskirts of the WASHINGTON State action came shortly after Department saW today the staff voiced hope at his j the U S Embassy in La news conference for pass 1NGLEWOOD i Bolivia where antiAmerican riots the entire tax program recStatus of Discoverer 1 the t lamcu uianca occurred last night has moved to ommended by his study commitet the Air Force hoped would on the party ticket at the SehastopoU 50 niiles to the ise some 400 millions in achieve polar still verv primary election iiiorth to Hollister 100 miles to It rattled djshes wJndoyvs for betterlee lo raise I Glfl 1 7 I For Councilman three Democrats the south South of San Francisco a hill much in doubt today Official hopes of an orbit weVe boosted Monday on the basis of The National Labor Rerations1276 Lincoln Johu refrigeration pipes broke in in effort to find the missile by Board office in Pittsburgh Sqiah Lincoln RalphiRolhVer and plaster fell from Ae have indicated their willingness iside slid and blocked part of a are Iheodore hjghway gast of Watsonvine serve iL Smith 330 Kast Elm St iceilings of older buildings in Gil YORK APA 2 stones from her bedi At the Standard Oil bouncing a radio signal off it A raclio signal S bamed at t0Jay that l EdmrdJ Schkemmer 1J5 East jroy and Santa Cruz rhk paT miles election for the selection of a bar Church has filed his petition Telephone switchboards were gaining agent by the workers at lor school director and a petition jammed throughout the San Fran in Palo AUo CaHf the Fisher Scientific Co of ani h J t a a t l 8pPafenl Co reconducted Tuesday March 17 bei Lwjna R Kalokoskif Syntroni seismograph at Berkeley recorded 8 and 9 Drive has filed for borough audifor 12 minutes Seismologist Don Production and maintenance tor and Harry Manning 64 JuniiTocher said the quake centered workers at the newly opened plant per is a candidate for 65 miles to the south in the located south of Indiana on Route Other Democrats who have alrange south of Ml Hjlton h r but mayors of 17 Pennsylvania cities Sen Joseph Mayor Thomas Gallagher Clark said he believes Pittsburgh said a protest will be Congress will again pass an area the PUC against redevelopment bill proposal which would add about ry t Vi P i i i M nl i c FloodDouglas bill of which he is a residential heating customers uassv cosponsor It would provide near1 Equitable serves some 40000 ly 400 million dollars in loans and i consumers in Allegheny A r ot additional dis UMSts grants to help new industry Greene Washington and caused all embassy per 5l1 ciauon 01 iviacninists union tsuinngton u uewey lish in chronically depressed Westmoreland counties S0nnel to be removed to a place heights here in Discovsrer had been where it was The runoff election was necesbell Homer City RD 1 supervisor LOTC areas i ion the outskirts of town At thalitne Pllsl lwo weeks supposed to be sitated because no union had Taking note of President Kisenrv i A i place it was felt the Bolivian ar Earlier Monday a delivery man hours earlier an bjjwers veto of similar legislation I V nv better fell 10 floors down an elevator orce spokesman said the signals election conducted last month year Clark asserted that it OAKTnA AiriKI1111 He said tnfire S shaft crashed hrough the roof of heartl in Alaska Monday tended Business sale is still is time to begin building support 5 A L Jones of the Clevelandjig will select between District ready filed petitions for Primary State Department official savJ a tew culs ancl said he reasonably 50 of the United Mine Workers of election nominations include the certain his equipment would haveAmerica and International Asso following in these districts was the fourth to survive Pcked up a reflected signal if the ciatjcm Of Machinists Union Buffington G Dewey Camp ll Homer City RD 1 supervisor Ail a See Homer 2 Col 3 rtu i majority of votes cast at the first Bonus HARRISBURG statt I American Legion commander to Dixoiiville Variety Store be late thig i my could offer better fell 10 He said there are 1800 S shaft crashed the roof of heartl in Alaska Monday tended saie s MIII KUUIK iuu SANTA MONICA Calif in the country but thai no a car and knockedthe two occuto substantiate previous belief See District 50 Letter on page force Get your share of bargains summer or fatl the lo override vetoes of bills in the Jack McEjroy 45 a veteran radio figure was available pants flat He was seriously inthal orbi had bee achieved 5 see Thurs paper 170x fhst state Korean Bonus pay public and television performer died on the number of persons in the jured They suffered minor in iments were Clark said if the FloodDouglas Monday night of lung cancer after embassy juries j t bill cannot be pushed through illness Bridges said the mob demonstra Saturday a LMvearold man fell grass a bill offered by Sen Hugh1 McElroy spent 28 years in broadtion showed the lack of appreciative stories crashed through thei Scott should be consider citing starting as a singer in his i tion of Bolivians for American aid iop of a water tank and pulled ed as a compomise This bill home lown ot Pittsburgh Kan I I would stop all foreign aid to himself out 1 would set up a 200 million dollar He became known to millions as Bolivia and use American military lmlBs j revolving loan fund to aid indusmasler of ceremonies on the radio strength to protect American on Lh iV 11 i i w show Breakfast in lives An 11yemold boy Rep James E Van Zandl as tne announcer and singer1 After all of the money we have Pa warned against possible veto on tne Bride and poured into Bolivia to help I of the bill He suggested comproGroom j See 2 Col S mise on the money to be provided took that one landing in shrubbery on a soggy lawn alter room window sofil Blind Date Car LOS ANGELES blind date met by telephone was de li ted when Robert Wood 29 suggested a drivein movie She seemed pleased too when e went after refreshments leav ing her alone in his latemodel car Bui for Wood a service station attendant the evening suddenly took a dismal turn Missing along with the brunette when he returned was his car The Gazette TEAMS WIN One local team won and another lost last night Details on sports page 10 DREW PEARSON Pearson says the west faces the aUenialives of a summit meet ing or probable war Setpage 6 Pneumonia Kills BlairsvilleTot Shorp GOP Lawrence Hopes Will Accept Tax Plan HARRISBURG AP cations and of the tax program Monday and the lax plan to balQ i ii ife Lawrence today voiced a which was drafted by the goverance it DOD V 1SIT5 Paul E Walters noted that plications have not been printed and that legislation providing funds for the bonus and process ing costs has not yet been ap proved It is a cruel he said on the part of some misinformed veterans organization enthusiasts to imply that applications are available for the Korean veterans adjusted despite sharp Republican criticism nors tax Advisory Committee 1 foundthe tax proposals in the Legislature will accept The program includes increasing their entirety hei An 18month his Proposed 400railliondollar the states sales tax from ii tu told The Assuciated Press YORK Comediaa Ofher Feafures Buniuesat IS H Ceuntr Teen Crutuwurdk Edtturinl is 14 15 iluiU in old Blairsville girl was dead on Program to balance the statesper cent Sen James S Berger Republig H 4 js s arrival al Indiana Hospital A Wllioii dollar budg Lawrence said he welcomed can floor leader called for public IQ see a about a blood Debra Marie Lisicky of Mr and njg e arrived by from Holiy 5 District 50 Letter on page i WEATHEH fair and cooler tonight Low in upper 20s Wednesday cloudy wUh little temperature change artly et for the 1959til biennium hearings on the budget but voiced hearings on the massive spending daughter certainly hope the Legislature hope thai would noi delay approvprogram as a start toward ashe Mrs Vincent Lisicky vv the advice of the tax al beyond April 1 put it culling out the 313 South Stewart died of sjudy committee bin 1 will not ini The chairman of the House ReBui Rtp Stephen McCain j JvioiidayT Hesaid he Pneumonia according to County sisl at lne governor lold his publican Policy Cunnniutie said House Ucmocrutic chieftain 50 per ceut erf normal viiifltt Coroner Rtisseii D Gardner of news conference earlier there is no chance al all lenged Republicans to show e tnat closing Glen Canipbell Lawrence made the comment in the meet Lawcitic ifenis that cau be opeujU2 jt suddenly upwtt Wl Hie child one of four daughters a backdrop of Republican criumices request to enact a 400nulirom Lawrences spending in the Lisicky family died alter to the lax program which he j liondollar tax program by April 1 print fur the Commonwealths short illness according to Coroner j submitted to the General Assemi Rep W Stuart Helm RAnu twoyear fiscal period suning See Gardner Monday along with the siaie strong set the lone of an avaJune 1 5 budget lanche of1 GOP criticism leveled1 Hardly had the governor wooud See Disirict 50 Letter On page Republicans were immediately at the reiordhigh up his halfhour budget speech Homer City Leguw PJ S iC8 sharply critical oi the Uidgci bv Sitia CaJ SA   

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