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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 6, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family tftferetice behteen TV ttfa some wives that httbby can a TV set aft Volume EDITION Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Frtefey March 6 1959 Two Sections Seven Centi MARCH STORM SLASHES MIDWEST Ike Views Berlin March 20 Talks Set With Mac WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower discuss f ed the Berlin situation with congressional leaders of both j parties for 90 minutes today The leaders reported deter minatkm all around to stand firm against any Soviet threats W There is no thought of I yielding to Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon of Texas told the newsmen He added that on the other hand the United States and its allies are determined to explore every possible avenue which could main tain peace with honor Eisenhower and Britains Prime Minister Harold Macmillan will open talks here March 20 on the situation Macmillah also will re view for the President his recent Moscow conferences with Soviet Premier Nikita j Announcement of the plans by Macmillan to come here svas made by the British and U S governments before Eisenhowers i conference with the congressional leaders j Accompanying Johnson were Speaker Sam Rayburn Dj Senate Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois i and Rep Charles E Halleck of Indiana the House GOP leader j They said Eisenhower had not proposed that Congress take any specific action regarding the Ber lin situation kJhe four later went to the office See 7 Col 1 Violent Winds Rock County Canadian Indians On Warpath BRANTFORD Ont AP on the w a r p a I h 8gri Two large barn doors were at FLAMKS LEVEL NUKSING HOMETho Zion Nursing Home at Easlon truinWes before roaring flames which Jovclled the threestory fornipr mansion despite pfforis of five fire tiopan nients Sixteen agod guests were evacuated One was in criticalcondition at Kiiston Hospital alter inhaling smoke The loss was put at AP Wirephuto Uniontowh Police Shoot Take Suspect UNfONTQWNi Pa AP Po suspect fleeing from a county alleged 18 Snow Paralyzes 8 States By The Associated Press A vast March storm spread into new territory with driving snow and smashing winds The storm that had dump ed up to Uz feet of snow on eight Midwestern slates was icentered in Michigan this i morning A squall that resembled a small tornado ripped out a section of a wall of I the Ford Motor Co parts jplant in Monroe Mich None jof the 250 workers was hurt r UNIMPRESSED As continued overthrew the Canadian ks he f sminded jke iTl e I tho grains coming related in me six nations Keseive Argentine actress Linda JPete Raft the plants industrial Some JO hereditary tribal chiefs Crislal busses a smiling tourist relations manager biandedI the council a puppet govj guide She was among a group i A Greyhound bus was stranded lernment and seized adnumstrai oT sightseers who journeyed to on 27 about 12 miles south live control of the 12milesquarei Egypt to see landmark of Cheboygan Mich A n A I A M rl D f of foionto and Bufwas sent to the resCue were so bad it ha A violent windstorm rocked Tn5Jj i t r diana County last evening and Dependent state m Ontano early today but only minor damand demanded immediate re age has been reported The winds were accompanied by TPey threaten to go to the heavy rains United Nations if Canada Biggest damage was reported in doesnt play ball Blairsville where wind lifted the The Canadian governments roof off the boiler building af first faction was to wait and see Four s Dress Factory A bias cutA veiled offer was held out to ter was destroyed and the roof on smoke the pipe the main Fours building was damj Rebellious warriors carrying hatchets and wearing warpaint the and feathered headdress staged the bloodless coup Thursday and The old council slipped out Convict Stl 1 1 LOOS6 A St ia 10 contei hleadei Ace jHoiisf1 Pa Hospita The chiefs ruled the reserve Yid Shortly after midnight an units community of Oshweken until FIAT telephoned po1324 when the Canadian govern seen men ment stripped them of power and trrilmjin nf iiuiiuaii d mdinecicouple and a ui cne n mml 1 8 in an 11man convict near this north AIYears struggled to throw off its oute 40 east of Brownsville elected council The dissident facabama eaHv today after snowy straitjackef vW nT Antion theouhwtage moie than More than a dorat motorist drew sped to the council and continued to holdij hoius spent the night On lmmeM ant scene He saw two men in the meetings in their traditional long The E See 18 7 CoU 1 tnem to surrender See 7 Col 2 J iiaWmnce PlecJgi hntr bur they dove through a rear two i then two more shots directly at theman Bernard W Poyma 18 of neark by Searight fell to the ground ISOTV i He had bullet wounds in the neck 4 Loan Firm Manager Shot Twice Pioneer IV Disappears Into Space for piles car he was belipv tahooga whefi relatives Smothers serving 160 years in prison on six robbery convictions very Denied s Minimi in uic Dnson on p AP State hospital employes today I Ml is in fair condiAA7 Mlh Arc overpowered the patrolman and a ihad a linn commitment from Gov Lawrence that he will110 at the Unionlown hospital T T T U I Ylll ICf n a WASHINGTON AP The oppose dismissal ol persons for failure to make Democratic attacies recovered some ofj jsouth of Birmingham Thursday ifense Depaitment said today campaign contributions from the MORGANTOWN used a key he made him Discoverer satelliU identified H m misery and sutten ng to unlock hishandcuffs in the never was designed tobe recov unemployed back seat of the ca sajd Pa ered and contains nd recovery ex ito engage in political activity This periments i J VJi UlLlUtTlL U V Llltr O 4Ur M A me 1 fl tUa i i departments Advanced Re WASHINGTON AP Pioneer Q I D L L DdDK KODDGr into space today arid may never be heard from again j The space probe tracking sta tion at lost con tact at today when the A PHILADELPHIA AP The probes transmitting signals f manager of a loan company in the came very wealc I IGermantown section of the city At that time the probe was travi was shot twice in the stomach by eling toward the sun at about holdup man early today m p miles from n contributions loot taken from the MORGAWTOWN AP used a he the governor insisted at his semiweeklv news m misey Sultcnn8 self to unlockhishandcuffs in the never was Thursday that institutional employes have the riehf thousands o unemployed back seat of the ca sajd p em and CQ e in po itical activity This was forbidden 8 hls Miranov in West coal Otto Dees periments f T 1Daaen Dv arrested this morningand is fieldsCrime on the He the back seat and I The depar I I lormer Leader the Uniontown jail pending and heaivstarvu was in ront He t strangle search Proji I believe everybody has the ther investigation tion 8 Now Sought nd I believe everybody has the ther i right to be in politics and run for Lawrence asserted in exf plaining his reason for lifting thej ban He said the action in no Two Succumb In Blaze At Easton Home CLEVELAND r WUVll concentrating its search Sprenz in the extreme and in tlje ront He got a search Projects fa hold on me and held a piece of of the Discoverer program made was the gnm besteel ainst me and toPok that Senate subcommittee today llKhed b fte MHwtukeT as it concluded a senes of three Dees jthat the a re j heatings on Virginias harddered the a covery nit economy convicted killer serving 25 The story by Journal ceix to to the home of Smotherswriter Harry Pease quoted Dr state s work force are jobj sister Mrs Fulton w at Homer j CSS more fhmi diinhle tho a holdup man early today m p The victim Alfred Koury Wilthe earth lltlc uc H low Grove was shot as he The Goldstone stationinstallednortheast corner of Ohio today in in the running of state gave chase to the gunman after a special filter in its tracking gear the belief a series of reports a political source a holdup at the Beneficial Finance and followed the spaceprobe for slolen cars niight be connecled rence said We will not Co an additional nine minutes Koury was taken to German The last contact was made at flSitive town Hospital His condition was about listed as Asked it there WHS any nar no action was planned Witnesses said the gunman ran hood of further contact with through Ohio and Pennsylvania against hospital workers who i n ic A n sinrp HP hpirt im B Hamiihtn j j an in men and 90 meant that his administration wasj i I0ree are JOD sister Mrs Fulton Weems at Homer J Stewart director of tht 7l putting the hospitals under a poll AP A firc na1 Birmingham where Smothers got Office of Planning and Evaluation sooils svstem Thich destroved theZion average u la suit and ifor the National Aeronautics and MUUUN System lacnmil i Spn Tan mil no tn i onvai a Suu ana tu tor the National Aeronautics and Home near here has taken fen Jennings Randolph fDj we ju9t drove around aSpace Administration as sayine and made homeless 14 Jva told Senate Dees said Smothilhis in an inteiview at fChicagj Ol TnOllI Ol j tL jjCdVlcN I licit i CNi A pc 9 fta IM f Tli n tr CI I 3LHJI l vtt t Kvrtl Jii Jj liUI V has the highest a i At the Pentagon Rand Araskot sarilv reouire re nJT those by the rate Hle union Wlthl The three went inside the house Ian information officer saidDis countv chairmenr C Thlllsda died to4uj000 Arsons having exhausted and ordered Ml and Mjis Noel i coverer contained no recovery The 29yearold bank robber has Further Uwrence nf1 Cy E Mlss Frances temtib Keith to go with them in the Keith periments of any kind because il Asked if there was anv authorities on a merry chase that no action was planned Rosa the They left the police car was not designed tQ be recovered n ithrouirh Ohio PannedScott 84 souihem coal countiesspelled it parked behind the Keith house i He said the satellite was intend All the time J kept trying to endorsement of their counOf chairmen 8 Marines Die In Plane Crash See 7 Col 4 McCormick rrom the loan office clutching a oneer IV a spokesman for the Nasince he held P a Hamilton bank with the manager in close tional Aeronautics and Space Adand awaX witl Monday pursuit The gunman cut throughministration said it was unlikely The FBI said he was a small alley leading to Prtce He added that since the probes ltlst seen in Altoona hotel street where the shooting took battery apparently had gone dead Wednesday morning place il was unlikely that the Goldslone Since believe siation would make any further these developments may be con search for it nected With Sprenx We think that this is he A Bulck was bought in Newcas said e Wednesday morning and Pioneer IV is gone abandoned a short time later in riiroDv nniMp MC lArlW tlle golti plated cone had Titusville I w sending clear signals from Just before midnight Wednesday tight Marines died early today more mm Qut a stolen Buick was found near when thtir Boxcar crashed slone them a 750 am Ashtabula Ohio A little later here m a driving rainstorm came a report that a 1955 Oldsmo man survived bile bearing Ohio license plates The big transport was approachPUDS AVQllODie was stolenin Ashtabula ing the Marine air station at Thats where the trail seems to is ended when it crashed A number of pups all part end The survivor was Acting German Police and or Ger The FBI said there was nd defi ln the lwal Ulph J Mauro son of Mr man Shepheard and Spitz are nite evidence was connectast nSht 119 members of the bedridden le homes FJIeven others are still in the hospital Mint i ncpi living lued to test propulsion ingo County Sheriff Howard taik hjm out of it Dees said and control devices said men in to try anything be Discoverer I launched Feb 28 are deserting their f amcause of the Keiths being in the only Thursday was officially See 7 Col S j See 4 7 dared to be in its polar orbit and Aqnes Hood Picked Again 3 Incumbents Head Demo County Slate i mi Speculation concerning Demo cratic candidates for county office Ralph J Mauro son of Mr man Shepheard and Spitz are nite evidence was connectast members of the and MJS R J Mauro of Hamden seeking good homos They are uped with any of these cars tOUJlt Democratic Par ipiv Y uffua nirf anri lu tv Committee unanimously voted and addaj that the pattern seemed to lv Inside The Gazette BOYLE AJirij and Pop wilJ waul tu jcad Hal Boyle today on editorial page ti And since its about young pfuplc and Junior slunilil rtiicl ij loo m the incumbent Icoiin He was taken to the hosproximately six weeks old auuaj utai I1B Jaiiern at Camp Lejeune in critical may be obtained by phoning HO indicate he wasinvolved s fright men and one wo condition 31142 j is on tlie FBIs list of 10 ma tor countv in 1959 most wanted criminals and is conelections Six of the candidateb sidered extremely dangerous He are brand new has not to have used amiabut as e i force however since he broke out Commissioners Dee Miller and Ha iof an Akron jail last April rold cMcOrmick and Mrs Ag Hes been using his witsand nes K Hootl member of stolen cars and airplaneslo keep rhe presem 1board Qt couiui audl one step ahead of the law lorsW1 bvi ior swond terms The OutsideInn Jormerly of lialiuiui Milltr Full Course Dinner fritd w makes his home in Fine Town spring chicken Sal Sun slip 51 is a former The District 6 ivsiling lnuniajutiit jjcts tocltiy at 1 Haven KeaU about tins tMnt on sports 14 aud 15 Other Features He urged Democrats to sign up five new party members and at teast two changeovers to bolster ihis partys registration i Latest registration totals show Republicans with at least a 3500 lead over the Democrats in In dianaCounty Incumbent Commissioners Me jCormick and Miller said they stand for reelection on a platform of record and acconv They described their tenure ol office as friendly to the voters und listed tax equalisation and mo dernization and general improve ment of the County Home aud oth er installations as same of the major aehievMiiems of rtieir ad They also listed a healthy book But Minor It IHld itir Noiei in 18 6 IN Hoiid lodnj I IMS ft J WEATHER irmcrs 1hanBnfi snow tlunics ending tonight Low tonight lu 2i Saturday partly cloudy and colder High 31 to 40 Church Sunday March bth 1 orfjces will campaign for are to R Edgwly Indiaaia dis i r 11 j r attorney George Merrill i Dance I might Medoras Grill TownsniB H Clymer Round Square Polka e Kinship nheinif C H Dancing 10 coiumisswiier K D 2 auditoj auditor vommissisfter to remodel rhe CouitbOim mer City K D and other eandidaWs chi said and I believe this slate quern tax wtech Jack Oswalt Homer City one of Counry chairman E James win all of the offices in the county additional the district ohajrmen Indiana sajd thi 1959 Coorckouse revamped WQ the caudidateB for nominaslate represents the finest ever Trinmrchi aiao sai4 ilJMM tioji None of the candidates had offeied to licans are crossing party lines as other at aadt Ika inaiajta oip uoura J71 Yates Blairsville prothonotary semai candidatw for nominasiate represents the finest ever Trir Samuel C Gaul Robinson registioji None of the candidates had offered to the licans ler and recorder Robert L HaHimposition alrlirvmli Tine ic omnn nr rn Outsidf lm Ler antl recorder Robert L HaH opppjjition aldiough committee This is the finest group of canto Democratic ranks by a 2 to co Full Course Dinner Cherry hill Township treamen aud women preseat were ever presented b rhts parJ margin during the currem vo Sal Sun 172x surer aud gidxard Jaxuss opportunity to reject or any other t   

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