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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper Thfct Serveg Every Member of the Family tip from the dwfc hi iht United Stitei post office Ht weighs yottt Volume 175 irk EDITION Twentyeight Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday March II Two Sevan NO EUROPE GRO D WAR SAYS IKE Tax Plan Compromise In Face Of Demo Opposition By FRED B WALTERS HARR1SBURG AP Gov Lawrence today express ed a willingness to compro mise on his proposed tax pro gram in the face of opposition among Democratic lawmakers to his per cent sales levy Im willing to compromise on 3Miything Lawrence told his weekly news conference but then that he had decided definitely to back a proposed increase of V2 per cent in the sales tax to 4 per 1 dont want to be pictured asj backing a 4 per cent sales tax Lawrence said Lawrence took the recommenda tions of his bipartisan tax study jroup in asking the Legislature to increase the sales levy from 3 to per cent and expand its cov i erage to some items now exempt Weve got to play it somewhat by Lawrence said I wasnt that optimistic that the package would be accepted eiv toto The house Democratic leader ship was reported ready to dropi the proposed extension of the sales to automobile tradeins and al coholic drinks sold over the bar Lasvrence said he planned to talk with Thomas Kennedyv and Clifford Hood cochairmen the Tax Advisory Committee which drew up the tax program this week Ike Sees NWar Defense Program Adequate By M L ARKOWSM1TH WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said to day those advocating greater defense spending should have the courage to demand higher taxes And at a news conference Eisenhower repeated several times that he believes the na1 tions defense program is ade quate to deal with the situ ation With much emphasis LYNN SHIELDS seeks GOP candidacy Lynn Shields County Post Candidate To Stand Up To Red Pressures WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said to day Hie United States has no intention of fighting a ground war in Europe At a news conference hovv he declined to say that nuclear weapons would be jused by American foites in event the Soviets start shooting HP said firmly the United States will do whatever needs to be done to protect its rights and responsi bilities in West Berlin This government he said will never back up in the face of So viet pressure there He said the free world is not go ing to become hysterical and go off halfcocked over the Berlin sit j nation By J Mv HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower con fronted Soviet Premier Nikita tioned against letting thesoviet Khrushchev today with the Union lure the Western Allies into grim prospect that if he stalls a ground war in Europe shooting over Bertin he will Sllcl a W3r vrould be mis gave anuclear war on his calculation on Hie Parl of the Al hands lies in tlle ljSht of the Soviet Un iAta new conference Eisennf Lnn public is more soberly talked with unusual blunt Eisenhower advanced i i i n u t j n f Ki duvdnteu must lumberman and an active of dangers in the Berlin about the feind of conflictviews in standino pat on Defense i M i which could develop if the Berlin Department plans to cut announced his candidacv in i situation than a lot crisis is carried to the point ofArmy strength from the current n e armed clash men to and to trim Indiana County Commissioner He apparently was prompted to the Marine level by men to the May 19 primaries j recognize the dangers in Soviet do so by Demdtratic attacks in new total of j hi relating to his announcement jpremjer Nikita Khrushchevs de Congress on his defense policies He said he cant see anything Mr Shields stated That he ownsjmand for withdraw of Allied und specifically on the size of small about an army of property and an acreage of landtroOps from gerfm Matl U S ground forces under those men and that he doesnt see firmly believes in equalization27 policies thing in the planned reduction to of taxation but has a serious con announced Ins in Party nomination for had asked the Presi GliNEKAL VIEW OF BUS ACCIDENT Pofice and volunteers icemen carry one of the victims from yesterdays buspedestrian accident in downtown Pittsburgh as other officers at left picture push back crowd of spectators Bus marked Baldwin its suburban destina tion is the one which swerved from street into wailing crowd of passengers at corner Pqh Commuter Bus Umtsfhreaf Kills Two Injures 16 TO Defense Implicit in these criticisms has been the idea that if there was shooting over Berlin it would be initially a conflict between ground forces and that this might lead to a limited or brush fire war i Eisenhower hit two points He said that we ate not going to fight a groundwar in have 23 divisions in I See IS Col country knows how seriouj cern for the taxpayers See To 12 Col 2 bounty who will be paving Sentenced For Accident Violation ana County many thousands of dollars only to I see their same properties and land on the Along with his business Mr i Shields is now serving his tenth i year as secretary and treasurer Banks Township and is espeiv jienced in municipal i ii viet union M Vojte Sriifthpbrt Methodist titioiis less than a week awayV during J e of failure to give he has been secretary of thatti More Seek Offices In name and other information to the Sabbath School He is also serving 2 Nuclear war be a terdriver of another vehicle his second term as a justice of irible and costly form of was involved in an accident tinue to record their pet the office of the Indiana County Commissioners PITTSBURGH bustling intersection in pniJBURG fAP e p r ehe and sonift circuni i Newlmuse was indicted on this father of two sons Asked if he would personally intown Pittsburgh became a scene of horror Tuesday as a of die Defense might be even selfdefeat count by the Grand Jury last imposi Judge Edwin M Clark ordered 11 in IUVMI uccdiiie a scene ui iioriur luesuay as a stances inigni oe even seirui tervene at a House bus jumped a sidewalk and plovved into a crovvdsaid today CommunistDominated ing But he would not say caucus to appeal for this package the evening rush hour labor unions could sabotage war is a complete it 1 m Lawrence said I dont know I havent been i I want to work out a program Sre In 12 Col 1 j Two Persons were killed and 16 were injured four ican defense plans by calling He tOOk the tnatjthe New Alexandria mnto pay v s the Western powers must stand j the costs of prosecution a fine ot I Near Death After Riots SayT Official Used Union Money It tx strikes steady and defend their and be confined to the Inj Brentwood Motpr Coach Taylor Port testifying before a bilities by whatever means is neediana Couuty Jail for six Co bus was approaching a knot subcommittee of the House i According to the report New of waiting passengers at Smithmittee on Unamerican Inquiry among responsible offilhouse was involved in an acci L11 n j cials after the news with a car operated bv field Street and Forbes Avenue said lalwr unions with u r m HAP i in left no doubt that Eisenhower was el Helman on Dec in u veered out of control The Communists holding high offices trying to say that as he sees it white Township aie iauor management Canoe Jacob Casaday Rossiter jdriver said his air brakes failedJare a constant threat of sabotage aiiy conflict over Berlin would other court action heard testimony today Baiter E Bishop Ros GRAND FALLS Nfld The bus climbed the curb cut to defense facilities He said the necessarily lead quickly and Shellhatnmer Teamster auditor policeman lay near death with MlaL B threat is to a alobal nuclear 1 was found use I the peace Mr Shields is married During the past twentyfour hours the following have filed for the following offices in these districts Armstrong Arthur Roy Hern ing Indiana R supervisor Banks Milton Pearce Mahaf fey R D 1 supervisor Clyde T Haag Rossiter R D school di rector Black Lick Elmer L Streams Blairsville R WASHINGTON ale labor management Commitj Would Sign Race Bet Bill Sovs Lawrence t puuutsiiitiu idy uttaui nn a fire fllsrm oolfr and i tw a g4uuai f i yAn M4RR1SRI1RO inJuries after lhe worst out street liaht then torV into the The subcommittee is inquiring between the Western powers will appear later lus detense in cott councilman Si of violence in the explosive Communist in the Soviet Union for sentencing eMortion tiial A pol Q er Jarvie 19 Wai todav reaffirmed and position he would sign into law i Und glass display md nosed against a plateinto Communist PdrtV activities in the Soviet Union isplay window of Pennsylvania At the start puuuui e u government and the International T J of hearings Tuesday a Crafton legislation calling for a statewide ft 8 bee PittsburghPage 12 Col 3 of some yof the thj J Cambria in i lace Dtumg rcnnsyuunid was cjjjicgHy injumd dur I n A members of the Communist party llie was a 15minute battle Tuesday INClSSc when they actually were workina IVICn IllOlCT paign last fall He answered with a flat k During his campaign he de Wed he would approve such a bill should it come before him as Nasser Hit striking loggers and police at Badger 20 miles west of Falls Hospital authorities his condition was jkl I A number of loggers and atJNeW LOW least one unidentified mounted police constable were reported BEIRUT Lebanon slightly hurt Nine governor t d He told newsmen today he has received letters in opposition to horse race betting but that his position on the question is firm strjke at the members of the Communist party when they actually were working under cover for the FBI The threeman subcommittee called 12 witnesses at the opening of the hearing Tuesday Men Indicted In Murder Green D R Bolvin Dixonville It is reported Shellhammer was1 Glimco sat silently as of the peace involved in the larceny of a p0nyiCalablese a committee investiga indiana First Ward J Reppell from the Samuel W Shearer protor gave the testimony CalaMoorhead 5fiO Oak and An perty in Young Township The and committee counsel j stahura 557 Qak Street mal was valued at ert FKennedy said Glimco has for school board high ciiminal associates in Chij East Mahoning William C cagos gangland Johnson Rochester Mills R D 1 ALTOONA Pa Cambria County men have been Campys Son Delinquent Calabrese testified that Glimco and Bernard Brothers Rochester j president of Chicago Teamsters Mils Rt D 1 both for supervi Local No 777 which represents j sors taxi drivers had no apparent an Rayne Samuel C Haer Ma nt u a new Iov loday asa j thorization from the union to renter R D 1 school RD BQDV imjicted on Charges of murdering I NEW YORK Camjits money for his defense in the tor Kuntz Clymer R D 1 a York night club entertainer panella 15yearold son of former extortion trial in the period from supervisor UeOth A Blair County grand jury Tuesi baseball star Roy to j shelocva Todd Rankin councU day indicted Frederick W Gorbaiwas formally adjudged today a The investigator said Glimco fiman An autopsy performed on 31 his brother James 28 j juvenile delinquent for breakingnally was acquitted of the charge Wheatfield Frank J Os ot the revolt against the monthold Jerry Thomas and Andrew G Ligda 21 all of into a drug store He was paroledOf conspiring to wxioit money theini New Florence R D 2 ttleanmg Iraqi government i son of Mr and Mrs Jerry 1 in the custody of his mother and from businessmen in the Chicagoschooi board The Baghdad government Sexton Indiana 1 indii The three pleaded innocent at a a Catholic priest jFulton St poultry and produce j Newly filed Democratic petitions He said witnesses who j include the following the grand jury of paying Buffington Mack H Henry to Oliiwjos group because1 Homer City RD I supervisor changed their story Burrell 1 William Popp Jose n Jgntig was still going on islature lhe other gives the bv desperate holdouts any union to Ros iwn to escape across the riie child was dead es outskirts of Altoonu and taken to streets at niglit unless accorathe trial and testified that tlieyiphiiie justice of the WASHING ION AH pieces oi utxr itbibiaiion Syrian Other ts said lerday at the home of city jail The next day a turnpanted bv an adult paid because they liked him and Canoe Andrew Rodgers George C Marshall who has been passed by lhe Newfoundland LegjfiEhtinB was Ml and Mrs key found him unconscious He She said he also directed him not because of j sitar Supervisor Louis Carcella Ferguson 40 Jefferson died later at a hospital to keep up with his school studies1 Calabrese said he could find no ROSiJiter RQ jr supervisor tn rh WiiltPr Rpwl Armv that has a substantial mtmhfMof i Judge John M Klepser appointand try to lead a normal why taxi union money clvmer Elizabeth Blaine 19 i hlr omJrJ teen The uARs semiofficial Mid Indiana County Coroner Russell ed a threeman sanity commission pending completion of a full psyshould be used in poultry justice oi the peace uentei nue uniceis wuu uetn News Agency charged D Gardner said death occurred to investigate Gorba It will make chological and psychiatric exmatters with which the union harJ Dominic Moracco 14 Hancock The Army said that the transfer oi heinous crimes I was possible because of improve Premier J R Smallwood suid c in Marshalls condition He the bills were intended to nuikebnan border village 1 he agency has suffered strokes Newfoundland morally Iraqi panes His condition had been reported and rid the province of strated several Iraqi village 111 tnti Mosinl planes had shot up a aboiu am yesterday a report at a later date animation no connection berious tor several weeks criminal Inside The Gazette UttlfiW PEAKSON Diew PeaJiiou says today tliat Julmspn doesnt deserve thetitle of dictator placed upon liim m the Senate See page 3 ALLCOUNTY LEAGUE All Indiana County League Team nuinbei s are announced today on tlie bor Who Refuse To Reveal Source of Push Legal Protection For News Reporters By KENNETH WHITING at least 10 state Legislatures in source of informal ion committedtwo of them Pennsylvania and KAjcc Associated Press Staff Writer the wake of the widely publicized confidentially 2 persons who Uhio are considering revisions councilman I West Wheatfield lolm E Of man New Florence RD 2 school board White William Lowman super visor Young Mirl Stayers Clarksburg RD 1 supervisor Steve HeukeJ Jadin tunstable 13 and 19 Other Features Lump Jl X lUlturUI Uuspiul IS1 a hi in the Mosul area der i Kassem meanwhile expelled 10 diplomats assigned to the I Baghdad embassy declaring they iwere a menace lo public safety The Baghdad coirespondin of the Middle Rast News Agency aksu was ordered out I think reporters for new spaMarie Torre case gather publish broadcast or teleextend such protection to radio MOUNTAIN HOMfc Idaho AP Nine of the ousted diplomats arPlrs radio and lelevision should Miss Torre a radioTV columnvise news could not be punished and TV reporters B47 jet bombers rived in Cairo and reported that llave lhe samo safeguarded relaist for the New York Herald Tribfor criminal contempt for refusal The first Mate to provide jncjms Tuesday As the Baghdad government with news sources as uue served a 10day jail sentence to disclose news sources proterrion 1or newsmen was MuryK steeulv at JO000foot eutly vvas still diuoing in for a lawyers have witb clients and duelor couUiiipt of court She denewspaper radio and television land in Similar statutes to avoid each other the fight tors with an Illinois dined to name the source of compersonnel could not be compelled in eftect in Alabama cliDoed a rudio an First reports of the revolt made said before iutroduciug iiient about entertainer Judy Garto testify or disclose sources at California Indiana Ken tlie tail fii of clear that tlie rebellious army ofa n swle Legislature land she used in a story Tlie any proceedings of any court or tucky Michigan Montana Ner ticers wantedto swing the Iraqi ie proposed law by Rep Mipublicity spurred attempts to degovernment agency and 4 news Jersey Ohio and Pennsylvania 1 mo only oovcrnntent toward Nasser and Zlatnik DChicago is pan tail just how tar a newsman may reporters would have immunity JUM last week a trial judge rej opposed the growing influence of a widespread move to exteud go in protecting his sources from disclosing sources only it affirmed a reporters right the Iraui comiuuniiK OH Kasstim to reporters who refuse Four separate bills are pending they had pledged secrecy to the the California law to refuse U ft u luiiiglit with occaijioiiul snow except Tor rain in he puittoti Low to iiO Tliursday cloudy and lain or Miov tlJiinting to Humes High 36 lo the Iraui communists on See IB uv lCol 5 lo the source ot the news in New York state scene of source and the intoiuiaiion could reveal the source oi a newspaper they gather Torres trial and conviction not have been obtained sioiy Dixonville Variety Store Quitiiii Proposed new or amendi They provide 1 uo aewssuch a pladge Hfed Soni reporter tor the Business Sale has cut prices ineiits been introduced in the paper publisher editor or reporter Twelve states already have laws Peninsula Heiald of Monterey iu oi Representatives and could be compelled to disclose the which are generally wmilai and it Col 4 j Roebuck Co Eagles Party aite tit   

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