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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania Indiana Ntwiiwir tlif Serve Every Member of the Family Stout people gp to the moviw le ml talk out loud Jwwty Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday March 10 J 959 Two Sections REBELLION CRUSHED KASSEN REGIME sllatterod fhows ihe violence of the impact wlu AP vVirepho Change Tuition Student Policy At High Schoo t Additional Petitions For WhiteBoard Passage Doubted By Solon BULLETIN HARRISBURG House Democratic caucus1 splintered in all directions to Jday on support of Gov jences plan to extend cover of his proposed 3Va pei cent sales tax A democratic lawmaker who aksed not to be identified said his colleagues were so divided on the sales tax measure that there was considerable doubt it can pass in its present form i But Rep Stephen McCann ocratic floor leader insisted that he would push for a sales tax vote next week Other Democrats said McCann was too optimistic He declined to say why the leadership had decided to pass the bill ovajp jo next week rather than repciH it to the floor for A Post Card For Twilo II Dear Twila In the event your mother asks you why you didnt bring over the pound of coffee and 24 weinners you may rest as sured the mistake was heft and not yours she addressed the card to the Indiana Evening Gazette inters Mansfield Urges All Berlin Plan By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Foreign Power Blamed j BEIRUT Lebanon j Iraqs government reiterated today it has crushed the weekend nationalist uprising accused a foreign power meaning Presi Ijdent Gamal Abdel Nassers i United Arab Republic of jstirring up the trouble The rebels whether by choice or necessity maintain ed radio silence after signing off at midnight with a final Tree world leaders were urT wjtn i In addition Mother also wants ed by Sen Mike lo of all on to tell Barbara that she found her pencils latest Soviet proopsal with was utter Should you drop in on Mother an offer for a four power declarations of Pre today you will probably find her guarantee of freedom for all mier Abdel Karim Kassems Corn JOHN R BOB MARKLF for treasurer Bob Markle Candidate For Treasurer quilting because she mentions of Berlin sjje intends to put hec quilt in this morning Mother closes her card to vou bv savinu shell be DV shill be stung you iinunistinfluenced regime Via Ra Idio Baghdad met no further chal Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushjlenge on Middle East airwaves otSt vsiirroimded the e saicl led by Col Abdel Wa number of I hab Shawaf in oilrich Mosul Few And by the way Twila if cliawn either from the four major specific details had been disclosed Mother by chance addressed the or from unit nil nations by either side be stationed there rraqs mttitorv eovulnni Ah theassistant ef volcek u leader Said in charge of foreign meddling in a Wed like to know what Aloihcr he shares the skepticism of other broadcast from Baghdad waled us to know card she meant to mail to the to you you be U T WiJ1 Ionger accepted at Indiana sible amendments and Joint Wigli bcliopi according to a policy adopted by the jointly as originally planned h John JR Markle today operating committee at last nights regular monthly meeting Gop lawmakers openly firedannounced he is a candidate for School officials blamed the extremely crowded condiaway at the program tlie office of Indiana County TreasD L D L L jne to raise 264 millions by increasurer n the Republican primary D a II K IxODDSrS leaders concerning the vari We advise this n Khnishchev But he 1 cooperating with imperialism s Amateurish1 tionsat the local high school for this ruling It was stressed though that those 36 tuition students now attending the high schopl will be permitted to com plete their secondary education here and two other exceptions were noted in the resolution First students will continue to accepted from Shelocta Bor C1 IS A check of petitions filed in the Indiana County Commissioners of fice for borough and township ofr fices shows two more Republican pending final decision by candidates for the school board tllem on whether or not they plan positions in White Township to Join the recently formed Both Mrs Dora M Clark 542 ana Area School System Maple Indiana and Thomas Secondly tuition students may H Mikesell Indiana RD 1 be accepted on special request of have filed petitions for school R school board board posts since yesterday morn This action to refuse admission ing A Wl I I lUll Cl I WASHINGTON7 ing the 3 per cent rate to 3 Vi per ballot cent and by removing a series of exemptions See Page 2 Col 5 Taken In NY Jim Stewart On Location For AF Film i IllltrllOlla said the West could stop spreading lies itage of Khrushchevs suggestion will not affect tlie Iraqi tor a guarantee of West Berlinshe said independence with neutral or Big JmperiaKst Four troops know that the people t wouldnt be Iraq are determined Mansfield said But if Khrushj serve our republic and chev wants to cover all of Berlin under United Nations guarantees on access and control of East and AP Berlin then I think that WESTOVER AFB James S Other GOP petitions filed during requested by Superintendent Paul tions manned space flight the past 24 hours show the folR Getts who said tremendously today with speedv passie of lowing additions to those alreadyovercrowded conditions The bill for an extra 354 Odo of th reported i present building was designed to soendine this Mil VALIu present building was designed tospending this year Banks David M Neely Glen hbuse students and is presently The measure for Campbell RD 1 supervisor carrying a load of students the National Aeronautics and Blairsville William E Bergman emphasize the situation Space Administration passed bv 320 N Liberty councilman V lute Township Director Jesse roll call after brief discussion Buffington Orvetta Duncan said On an average ba Tlie bill now goes to the House A lifeldng Republican and re sident of Indiana County for 50 years Mr Markle has operated the Markle8 Sporting Goods Store MASSAPEQUA umi for the past 14 years pour men Wlth a variety of ordiWould be worthy of considera A resident of White Township narv occupations who allegedly the candidate for County Treasrided to take UP a new profession Khrushchevs proposal which urer has had experience in seized early met a cautious reception from ing hunting and fishing license today less than 11 hours after a State Department officials was for the State Dept of Revenue for but amuteurish described by Chairman J William the past n years sbckup here Monday See MansfieldPage 2 tol S I His education includes four Officers burst in on three of thei aiS bookleePin8 two years men counting stacks of bills at the lArj of accounting business law and home of one of them The police at ypjng anii offjce acrion was so fast none of the men liad a chance to grab any of the o World War Markleguns in a small arsenal beside code designation for served three years with the Armv them See 2 CoJ 8 County He will While a pl 52 ervice in the Pittsburgh in iiic do the commentary i Ordnance District during which tlieit faces was m lane crew commanded time he was inspector of ord believablesad one of tlie Gerald L McKay of nance and field t by Capt Gerald McKay of nance and field representative Salem Appears before t h e er seven plants Water Hike HARRISBURG Pub the Me got a tip that one of Utility Commission today stud Girls Faith Aids Rescue LE GRAND Iowa bira Lawson 12 a Le Grand farm girl was recovering today at her home from the harrowing experience of being rescued from a fall Monday into an abandoned 30foot well on the Lawson farm Her condition was described as satisfactory A doctor said she suffered only a skinned knee and slightly from exposure The girl and her parents Mr pianis including the Me Sw rt up unit one 01 v iuuuy suiu me ancj jier narents yrr BuuiiiBiuii wrvma uunian no ne Olll t hn Tire Co and men Thomas Parks 27year led proposals by five water cornland Mrs G E Lawson credited mer City RD 1 auditor fone teacher fin Indiana Joint where similar qSck is nd ft wII 1 fo he acceptance or reol plumber ot Bay Shore in Indmna Jetferson trust in her mothers is School is doing the work of expected 1S lhe llfe ot a tor the asseptance or re ad to recently to Washington Counties to a rusted pipe in the well Canoe Glenn Gaston Rossiter RD 1 supervisor Homer City Herbert McAnuhy 79 Juniper councilman An thony Vanity 80 Harrison councilman Robert L Sutler 244 E Church councilman Rob ert L Opdyke 10J Syntron Drive assessor Mahonin son Rochester is doing the work of expected ihalf it was See 2 Col 4 f he urgency of bomber crew jection and shipping nancematerials ance or re rus n er mothers septance or gone to New York recently to Washington Counties to raise rates words a rusted pipe in the well ng of all ordlniy a Pair of handcuffs annually and the efforts of Fuhrman j Parks was picked up for quW The increases are sought by Le Grand Honi 1 servin 322 u the Force Re If nominated and elected Mr Honing Mondav night less than1 serve h serve tuivt tcu iv i r t iifi v n i gill itfhS has been mentioiud for a IVlarkle said he promises to hours after the robbery at the Of1 AItAl C cf i a fiii i U v i 1 n 11 iapid proKnss m developing geuewls stars and opform the duties of Couniv r to put man into space posed tor the promotion by Sen urer to the best of his abilit n lie explained that just under 21 Margaret Chase Smith honest efficient ami courteous community million dollars of the added funds will ao for this under Project ng I M PUS NASAs iniUul program tinue he said I dont know Mills RD 1 school B engineeung tirm estiniaies0r manned space research Uwould cheaper to build a bridge stennis repeated his wurni Asked at a news conference if manner expected her opposition to con When you ask me that you an rlGHt PlODS repeated his warning of I asking me to prognosticate the sm H Operations Soon Armstrong Merle L Rnterman a lllile funher l deliver a nuclear weapon in i i Glen Campbell RD 1 supervisor 7 NASA has earmarked KOSSltCr MQn louis J Nocco 4GO D llf George more than 37 million dollars for Mcnardson Associates told a State the M Highways Dept hearing Monday mated serving 322 j with saving her life Coal Run Mommy kept telling me to did me j Parks denied buying any Coy Waknna and My hands were cold and my arms cuffs authorities saicl but finally t areas Ot Indianit Coun1 ached I heard mommy yelling at admitted he had bought some ime to was coming icsque face masks Such masks Adrian Water to serving were used bv the bandits who held tolsuniers the Aclian The girl clung to the pipe for Mterson County Van30 minutes until Parks rescued to hours after the robbery at he Coal Run Mommy kept telling me Treasmachinegun point of the areas of Indiana hng Barbara related I bility in National Bank in thisLong Island Center Water knew somebody would help ourteous community 514 customers in the Luout if I just hung on long enoi r i Tide peace Clymcr Jolm Petrick 17 con councilman White James L Watkins Indi Una RD 2 supemsor T i l I Here Miles that a bridge between Fneport million dollars before U is accom and Garvers would cost He estimated the cos of In the nex few years civilian JRossiler soon as possible up 12 persons at bay in the bank y u CITY Pa Apw lor tlme minutes while scooping C serviue M her Water in the well was nine 1 v he Van Voorhis section feet deep Fellow firemen let nnaiiy u was auied Parks of Fuli Parks down on a rope which he 1 lon Ru Water serving 22 tied to the girl and she was pulled Run area out Then Parks was pulled back to safety The National Plumbing Fixtures P lasn Co says its I wood City plain it was aiVJed destroyed by a fire Fob broke down and admitted taking part in the bank robbery then im ot Indiana plicated three others r firmhls Pair Of Belle Attorneys Quit Pll ISBURGK AP Two at torneys have quit former Pitts burgh financier Karl Belle in a civil suit involving a Uniontoun business Atlys J B AI pern and Boinard Goodman were grunted court por inission Momluy to witlulruw as counsel for Belle They saicl ihuy hadnt biin able ti properly pit pare a case because of a lack of information from Belle a fugitive in Rio de Janeiro i Minsky Bros Co claims Belle j and a partner owe money on tele seis and other appliances bought tor Belles Uniontown firm Homer City Legion Party tonite Robins 55 Regulars J7tx IT mail the Dock Hollow bridge at 16 miland military space programs will lion dollars C0st billions of dollars annually lhe new bridge would replace Stennis said adding that scientists one partially destroyed bv a runexpect benefits which would pay pleaded guilty Tuesday before The firm employed some MO These were identified as Anatole fi f irm1jlsl to a charge workers in makingbath uu s and RMky 44 a tavenkeeper o Wes s neaZTarters headqUaUClS f the away barge during the Janmany times nary Hood program the cost of the alcoholic beverages 10 sinks Inside The Gazette POINT OF HamKl is huk in the running Read Win L column nn eililuriul tmg6 minors The Rossiter man was sentenced to pay the costs of prosecution and a fine of Poarces case was returned by the grand jury last week as a true bill and the plea of guilty was made before the trial was underwav See Col o tiers UI Barbara broke through an old of the well as she leave her home to go to school C Ilii AltAjiuMieau baskitOull selections featured oa SIKHIS iiicjje H today AUdfUn Buaiucis Features It IS Badis World I II I 1 But So Hove Others Been For 50 Years 1 A I Dayton Merchant New Lincoln Penny Lopsided V his pocket and inspected the rower at this point imoin pinny is lopsided but will Due side of the new coin with rim hisuid Jlore the Howard said almost every u m circulation li seems thai ihe profile of Abraham 1 incoln rim is than at any other coin rfSardless of denomination bmils You u with he has sudi He picked up ai VVKATHCK and iliino thex Evening Gowns ai Clothing Kx 174 i Cloudy tunnsln with siunv Hurries Low 20 to 3d cloudy suyvv aud lUtie change High to iZ local bank lor 20 years coins in quantity believing ihoy 0 aPPeaiS U e Vahalle UOI s iitm iake lhe t he head and shoulder has IP come 102 88 iciand Howard director of lhe com is and must be from Howard riSSS ie wvt up aftw 3M I with rd fished a new penny shoulder Hence the am aarj Whils i
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