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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Serves Every Member of the Family tomds of nifttrfmon iwich ilftfeftt the Interest is kept City EDITION ffiffi March 4 1959 Sections Sevan Ctnti Reds less C Says Ike WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said loj day the Soviet Unions latest note on Germany indicates a lessening ol rigidity of the Soviet position The President told a news Conference the U S govern rnent is taking as optimistic a as possible of the out1 look in he light of the Soviet note i Inthat note delivered to the Western Allies earlier this weekj theSoviets reluctantly agreed to a foreign ministers conference on the Berlin problem But the Krem 1m specified its own terms regard what is to be included in the discussions Eisenhower last week expressed pessimism about chances for a foreign ministers conference After commenting today that there seems be a lessening of rigidity in the Soviet position the President went on to say that the Western Allies will do everything possible to come up with a con stiuctive reply to Moscows note Eisenhower said as he has bc fore that this country always is willing to negotiate when there is evidence the other side is ready to bargain in good faith See 12 Col 4 Wh Township Proposal Accepted A CENTURY AND A I1ECADK Mrs Victoria Bonislawski parked lieu 110th birthday yesterday by tending nor Hereford bull as usual Born in Potund site skill lives in same farmhouse she lirst occupied 60 years ago after arrival in this country An offer by the White Township supervisors to pay this year for a fire pro jection contract with Indiana Bprough was approved last night by the Borough Council Council approved this offer on a oneyear basis at last inights regular meeting at the Indiana Community Center Building The contract which will le gally bind the boroughs vol unteer N fire department to provide the same fire as now provided wHhih the borough will be renego tiated at the end of 1959 The supervisors wererepresent ed by their counsel Attorney Donj ad Miller of Indiana who prej I sen ted the townships case in matter of adequate pay for protection by contract f Approval is also required by the I A f Volunteer Fire bept before contract may be signed a I I vl i the possibility of renegotiating I I A I rthe contract on a set millage rate 116 6 TT tor both Indiana and White ship was discussed and given EastWes SEEN Threat Made By Nikita Meetings LOU COSTELLO dies of heart attack Lou Costello i WDO was U5 years old Monday Besides bull she tends geese and chickens at Innfarm aiear Gavdncr Mass By JAMES BACON LEIPZIG East Germany Premier Nikita Khrushchev said today the Soviet Union will sign a se parate peace treaty with East Germany if the West fails to come to terms on an ali iGertnan settlement LONDON AP Prime in GOP race Khrushchev accused the Minister Harold 1 refusin his proposals May urged prompt EastCdrmcin Dick West negotiations on the maT I lnonnal h u m a n intelligence jor issues of the cold war can agree including Germany Berlin p The Western Allies have refused disarmament and suspension VxOUnTy lxClC6 lto recognize the Red East Ger of nuclear tests man regime which never has Reuortine to fhe ftf Tnm Carman T Dick of West a free election as a legal HJ ff i v Indiana RD 2 loday announcedgovernment The Western Allies o MosrL U s llis for the Republican they would not deal with Hn i ir V omintion to the Office of County u on Berlin controls that the So Utkms vlets propose to give up this u f ip s a native of Indiana sPrn8 here He was in the speech that his govern a v to and mpt wants only peace and after that at President K is mairied efds Peace to carrV and the lather of two sons sevenyear economic expansion During World War II he served program f with the Army of the United1 Khrushchev had just arrived for t SlaleS from m2 1945 aild consultation with his East Ger Se form of wl u has r me DVePSeas in Ule man Communist allies and a visit frkmwn i diWJa of He is a member of to Leipzigs Uade fair and before a biR crowd in enienunt in to a active in coma rain he insisted all the Soviet m rcpijnif work Union wantsis prace question but those who heard him Vi took that to be what he MrDlck ls the dis However much these people In Europe at the word has tribulinn of fuel oil and gasoline be said of Western fir rnnan a distpbutor of Richfield Dil senhowers invitation I These Grand Jury Holds Five Court An Indiana County Jury late yesterday afternoon returned five true bills andfive nontrue ending two days of deliberations Included in the nontrue bills were a discrimination on account of race and color charge against Anthony Lefty Raymond of Homer City and a failure to stop Ht the scene of an accident charge1 against George W Newhouse New Alexandria Other nontrue bills included a worthless check charged against John A Hoover of Penii Run The governor put his get toutrhnn fiv mree buis opened Work is exwithin a week took a larceny charge against in high gearfiiesday by naming a five T f1 lllldenvav this life only minutes after he had three Labor James p Mitchell urged iwi ivsiitll Mack Altmire Vandergrifir and committee to studv the Co n 1 i in the near future sent his wife home from the hostucksfand a car Route 422 Congress today to enact labor assault and turnon ine 1th s vehicle code and Action was approved to Dital with a wisecrack to cook dinabom four miles of Elderton control legislation thatis nei MfAMf Fla Hew orthe couples eaIy today ither too heavyhanded nor too itt il grew concerned when she ln otJei action action street ordinance for Cos coincidence Hud llth Street one way beTweeVoak1 a toami land Avenue and Church Street on Fnt1 routine The street will be a oneway for Tell me why was I watching northbound traffic with parking alHlar picture at that particular i lowed on the east side of the lnt f ever watch it all slreet only Ive seen it a i A bid of from A F Moreau who had seen little of Sons struct the retaining wall on Water Street near told llow received the news of LXwVy V lOlQ TlOnS NV8S accePfed fo old sidekick since rheir split struct the eastern feet of the UP m fied Tuesday as he HARRISBURG Lawrence todav xtaining wal on Water Street near told he received thenews of for an allout offensive to keep Costellos dtath EIE violators off Pennsylvania highways Moreau s bid was the lowest of A heart attack his second bllmp The governor put his get toughno fix traffic uroeram l 0TS is wck took Costellos the knc of tnfliana County learned through his business and f tT community he said I declare that those people could be reasonable 8umptefy Bump Bump Moderate US See 12 Col 1 Crrasli Labor Control Girl Offers Cash For s the best way to describe WASHINGTON 1 I PN I an assault and battery against Anthony Gullacc charge fury list wore found to he true bills and will be placed on a trial list for court action These include a charge against I Leslie Hudson 4L last address Portsmouth Ohio who was charg ed with entering Dr Frederick Dills office on Wayne Ave ap recommend changes motion plans toreceive ekher state ner for He directed the grotrp to report Or fetferal ad on the West Kmi child its findings to him as soon as ewer Project and the Marsh Me turned to a ninw and said m OKs MO IQcIC V unveiled a oy Iaui Hotsnis side draft of the program he ford R B Shan i think Ill Hrtr iias Promised wiH do something non Assoiates the boroughs wore I Wl IViayUI lalwut this carnage on our engineering firm council Thus ended t j Then Lawrence youngest ither heavyhanded nor too itt 11 grew concerned when Fortunately only one person heard about the rising national injured He is Harry Boffinger Mitchell opening two days of debt unveiled a 1 i v utt v r of Yaiesboro who was treated and scheduled testimony before a In a letter to President Eisen lll I rt 1 n t1 A i f Run Mood Control project lie wanted to be rolled over on hollowing a report by Paul Botshis side released at Armstrong County House Labor subcommittee said bower Kathy offered her be more lor fad and arm injurin a prepared statement Legissavings of and added You his final words R latiotl cun UV to do and dont have to pay it carnage on our engineering firm council Thus ended the comedy career n ger was dnvmK the car I cruise new problems It can dodge The fifth grader had been sav PHHADFLPHU W approved a study of the West End of a d 1 Siassen Sav i Foremost the proposals to determine what money clowned tlmniglv a personal life Masstn today acctptcd an a plan lo suspend the licenses be available from the state filled with illness and traedv T LJor Zvn De of on the first offense cxleilive Vse of this In the decade fran 1943 To 1953 by the ended the comedy career T wts rne new problems It can dodge Th nwJern day Pagliacci dnvers were ideiuilied by existing problems and leave the Ingfor a horse But she toll d tlmnielva life as public Eisenhowerthe horse didnt mat UlVitl 1 tfernviiie Char He said the Eisenhower adminter if the country was bank I patently to find narcotics He was CaaerS sPeetlers the first offense of extensive use of this In the decade from l9437o wil Alt HlmlinSdmi labor law proposals filhrupt apprehended when Dills re Accent inceh tl cases IKnv a sower by Indiana State Costello suffered six serious ill a UM the bill kids of the country turned to the office and heard e 8OVmay receive a warning instead of College state of them rheunritie hllklton Mitchell was major witness could help she said Mosl ijudson inside nrSLiniioiT80 one suspension for his first speeding tfon fevvr attacks and the Warned for as the fight over labor legislation would send you their sav n Since his arrest Hudson has Violation reporied that in some drowning of his only son Infant way the House been sent lo a narcotics hospital 0 in r Lawrence said he hoped to gain such as Slippery Rock LouCostello Jr wandered into e bound BolfmRer car main concern of the ad The President was grateful th in Kentucky He is not expected A support from boih RepubUcansand Clarion towns similiar to Inrlw family swimmina po pISMd tiick which was minisiration in developing this White House said in a letter Kathv to be returned for trial here r rtnairma bur Hamilton arid Democrats for his proposals in they are the site 1943 i an hm Mitchell said has received Tuesday But Wilton B 01 leaders and imlewhen they are prepared in final a suue teachers college the state Abbott and Costello performed V ie car been the protection of the nidiPersons presidential assistant tiidr famous Mws on Eisenhower wanis her baseball routine five limes for the laie President Franklin D veil uho told them it was his alllime comedy favorite Cosiellu who wus born in Pat Joseph Ii Kline Creekside RD LLf and k 11 and John Miles Pearce R 1hacher Longstreth form See FirerPage l CoJ iRossiter were ordered held for can iaoraltV camli The program will probably be court on charges of furnishing f foHrt Ws ago signed after one iniroduced in RoV 1Q FnrPC liquor to minors tlols asklI1K tassen to run See ViolatorsPage 12 Col 3 PUY rQCeS opponent be Murder CHorqe A true bill was returned against be MUfder C Newhouse mentioned above for Mu Rffdson Dilworfh V fbilure to identify himself at the n tXpLClcd tVODDerV Pa f ene of an accident hl his Qf PKllly Bonk W Alwim1 19 Scene of an accident I i f A true bill was also returned I Sm1nd against James Rogers Swicklev on nominating a morals charge lo f Tues It is expected that those indict Hf sai Slasstn had lnore ed by the Grand Jurv will be tried leresl neilt mayor of next delphia than he had in being J or of Yonkers Stassen suid i If you are an See the views nut01 of front window at the big warehouse as a stepping stone I 169x possible Republican noin iiiutJon for President Stassen Kagles Paily every Thursday twice sought this noinJnatiou un Wed tfx successfully IHI w a stop im ihe ice vkiual rights of the working men said I1C vl hound truck driven by ana women and the inieoests of keep her money and buy thai the hill went the publican a manner which will horse and crashed into the aid and not hinder the furtherGrownups the letter said r car pushing it into the ance of the growth of legitimate should worry about the national mk trade Jebr erson wus a burlesque vehicle The subcommittee also is con The President wants metf Butler comic when he teamed up with H thl aUSlanU a House of the explain to Persons saad rial later this month on charges Abbott in 1930 Abbott was L lVi iT Stnale bi Drafted by Sen John people do their pan ul murder and robbery ed from the cashiers no lhe Kennedy DMass and a tarby being guud A Butler County grand jury inCostellos man failed to lalx1 conlml hil1 b reeling a liule better about dined Alwiiie Tuesday in the fatal up The uam clicked from t Grahiyji Harden 1 economy Kathy put the slabbing of Frank DeiVlar 157vear the e tie Kc of the Labor back into rhe bank old gnuvr during a holdup at Once hey hit their in i ri hi ar But t still she DeMar siiul last No w Inside The Gazette PKTKK KDSONr SAYSf Prter Kelson Senator Kennedy says what he thinks See editorial pate 8 it NAJV Tlie Big Indians ut 1STC aie QII tlie warpath tonigJu as Uicy at Ncu WilinuujlDii in NAIA playoiis Americos Most Successful Space Lamp Mirror Other Features Morld lud I PHILADELPHIA Pa Two gunman today walked into Law rence Park Branch of he Upper Darby National Bank and escap ed with in a daring day light holdup The gunman walked through the front door of the bank in suburban Delaware County and approachcd the tellers cage Herbert McLaughHn assistant manager was doing some typ ing j One of the men pulled out a revolver and told McLaughlin j This is a Check Death Of 71 ny me JNanonal Aerounknown PiuneiT of a 71yearold retired TnuLn aT JllO p L IS TlS alter NASA on ui what S and robbed nine ciuij still uiorneu iroin a iaumhiny siiitii i r i Injuries Fatal Pioneer Seen Passing Moon At P M 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