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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family of tnUtt If vra runs Into Wtltom STATE HEAVY SNOW Rural Valley Resident Dies Shoveling Snow Up To Eight Incites Given In At least one death has been attributed to the midMarch snow storm that pelted the Indiana County area last night and early today William 72yearold Rural Valley insurance man collapsed aiu died about a m todaywhile shovel ing snow at his home Active in community affairs Mr Snyder had served as president of the Peoples National Bank in Rural Valley since January 19M The storm striking the area last evening dumped up to eight inches of snow on the district and left highways hazardous Highway crews were still woking today in he roads in an effort to keep condition mid Starting in 1 erday snow throughout most of ternoon continued to yes fall Pa Covered By Worst Snowstorm he night mak1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Winter lashed Pennsylvania to ing driving conditions hazardous in day with the worst snowstorm f all parts of the cointy jjie Highway crews have been work Highways in many sections were ing since thi storir attempt to reolice situations on the hi began in an hazardous Schools insome rural he dangerous and mountain areas closed for the ghways dav Both highway officials and police TKe snow reached depth of said the driving situation more than eight be greatly improved if people of and centrij p J use chains on their cars it was stftt Tallin Winds drove the sjiow over the mwnj h r lemown cuea 01 a heart a Sally received a Q the rapid fall lA heavy snow overnight Temperatures were Llevcn graders J4 snow plows helou freezi ag Ie bhulej and 47 cindering trucks continue cury rose tnesnow their battle against the snow They rain have worked throughout the night and Thig helptd1 keeping roads open dcun gtrectg and hjgh Weather reports Mr late this af T1le wealher bureau 8said bofh ternoon and indicate he snow and rajn dd the possibility of continued snow the kevstone state by One report predicti another x depths inches of snow before tonight Ieporled Sunburv g j s AnoUier weather prediction with up 0 j jn for some sunshine this afternoon of Lackawanna and Luzerne conn with clearing and cold to ties Allentown 5 Philadelphia 30 Unions Say Hoffa Disgrace BATON ROUGE La AP Baton Rouge labor unions today described Team sters Union President James R Hoffa as a disgrace to or A in the Morning Advocate Avas the move to precede Hofias scheduled speech tonight to an i n dependent refinery union The labor unions also planned radio and television broadcasts The Independent Industrial 1 Workers nego tiatiofis with Esso Standard Oilj Co since last Summer invited Hoffa to appear with a view to the Teamster becoming the groups bargaining agent t advertisement labels the Battle Hoffa vs Baton The ad charges mahij THOMAS MALCOLM district attorney candidate Tom Malcolm Enters GOP Race For DA Krtained close relationship1 with today announced that u torious racketeers used liis offil will be a candidate for the Retmron8k cial union position for pfcisonal1 publican nomination for District JtJS House Vote BUIXEHN WASHINGTON AP Congress today voted admis sion of Hawaii to the Union as the 50th stale The aloha for the state hood longawaited by the tro pical Pacific islands came jwheti ihe House gave final approval to the bill passed by the Senate 7645 Wednesday night The House actfon sent the bill on to President Eisenhower whose signature was assured Hie actual admission will be de layed for several months by the mechanics of procedure which in cludes holding an election in Ha jwaii Jt likely will be late July j possibly as late as October be fore the 50th state formally joins the Union As the House roll call reached the 218 affirmative votes needed i for passage Gov William F Quinn who was waiting here tele phoned a signal for bonfire cele brations tobe touched off in Ha waii I It vas a moment the residents of the last incorporated territory under the American Flag had awaited for ntore than 50 years X Hawaii will be island W Thomas Alaskas as the 49th state had already broken a long argument from union profit engaged in ities relating to the handlriu the heajlli and welfare Jiuntjs his own union and failed1 to action iiif fiandv trying to bms this record to Louisiana using Baton Rouge congiatuJations ns luuier water T v is deceased He said ifl to Hi a state i f mf Governor Tax Stu night Candidates File PetiHons 5 Altoona 7 Bradford and Philipsburg 8 Williamsport 6 Harrisburg 5 J Flights out of the Greater Pitts i burgh Airports were interrupted i during the night but were back to normal by daybreak Airplane j travel in other parts of the state D D jwere not delayed DaSQ I aCTS have Train and bus service Racketeers Hold Nike By USE tINDEB PHILADELPHIA Lawrence will meet members of his Tax opposed this bill in the felt Hawaii was not Now however the changed and I jtvel No Esso employe should beand the Law School of Temple by a Hoffa He hag James Hoffa does not give he in lndiana county since 1946 ganged and I takes And when Hoffa moves in was a Solicitor for Indiana County statehood because the your rights and freedoms dissolve for several years He membership in the before your very his wjfe and tWQ children in in wl be an ITie advertisement is signed Borough i United presidents business agents and1 r RePFrancis E Walter DPal other officials of 30 Baton Rouge CJVfr and chantchairman of the House UnAmeri unjous able organizations Mr Malcolm Marvin Holley president present tilne a member the independent BoardM Directors the See 4 Coi S ion at Esso said Hoffa will speak 1 School Board He at the United Mine Workers Borough ion hall Holley denied Pushed Commission a director j Vehicle For Primary Botn continue io v i tuniiuiicu petitions tiled for district offices without interruption but WASHINGTON AP Se in the office of Indiana Connslowed by the weather and traffic probers today said Dominic lo try a compromise tax package acceptable We to the State Legislature n Hotta told agreement ou a pew FoundafiOB for Infantile Paralysis r i Hotta toia Baton Rouge radioed Js VicePresidentoffthe hivj closed door conference follows the governors adi station W1BR in a telephone coudiana Countv Humane Society i in the D 4 14 1 1 1 IX 11111 ty Commissioners Most recent pet elude the followii Candidates conditions tions filed in In Kittanning the i j a W1BK Ill 3 ICtepI sponsoredversation from Chicago that Jjgj jn for the meeting tonight If neces Hoffa told the situation in i VIw valj the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Senate The governor reportedly sched Brush Valley Arthur school director Burrell George ville RD 1 school Clymer Samuel Sherman school director Homer City Mbhael Supinka 395 South school dMector South Mahoning Charles Wig the meeting with his tax ad nese and Victor Coinforte alleged there was no indication 1 esident of labuiracketeers are part owner novv members would be i frti ui i o d t c pm i uwi n g Republican the Peoples National Bank at Ruof a firm holding subcontracts onabe to liis determined f f Jei f i v TM t i i MI All ut a mm auutiiiin acin uu uvivuuuicvi raI Valley fell dead of a heart at60 per cent of the Nike missile to solve the present tax im ront site installations in the Chicago passe in the State House of Rep Jones tuck while shoveling snow in front of his home He was 72yearold area Butler BlairsWilliam Snyder Forces in January 1941 private and was discharged j oioesin Three vehicles collided on Route 422 last lor me meeting tonigni ir neces from the sary Hoffatold the situation in the trom tlle Armed recorded conversation he as a Captain In military j sjwak outdoors service he served in the MedUer1 K IS veported Rut f tn ranean area and is a nvmbur of bv wray 5 v Kittanntng substa SF But he said a car operated wray 56 Kittanning resentatives SummitTalk it seemed to him irtt 1 01 ixnnnmuig RWi lit would le to Issos American Legion Veterans of was of the highway to hear Foreign Wars und the Disabled to make a hill director I Langham 39 gins Marion 2 school director Hast Wheatfield See 4 Col 1 Quell Revolt In Honduras TEGUCIGALPA Honduras AP al oiHe to present The government announced demand for tlie Sen John L McCIetlan Lawrencescheduled a 3 p i chairman of the special with newsmen here j WASHINGTON West gating committee said the De At Harrisburg Rep Stephen ern are expected soon to tense Department should take imMcCunn Democratic floor he Soviet Union the definite DlGS mediate steps to blacklist the firm er backtracked on claims that Possibility of a summit conference further serve which he named as the Broadway he hud sufficient votes to pass Iater this yaar A Pat Hawxhurst passedhas hiscountry Shoot Metal Co of Chicago the compromise proposal in the The major Western condition for awa last night at his home at McClellan suid he would move face of labor opposition a top level meeting probably will llW Philadelphia OUIU IJc III 1 SSO S alllUgt wi lor the union members to hear Foreign Wars und the Disabled him in an orderlv meeting American veterans i Malcolm feels that his back operated by Eugene Gre Aileniown A truck going in the same di a written McCann who said earlier he had be tluu a earlier conference of A S t ground and legal experience qualigmv 44 Aileniown reportedly fies him to serve well in the office slowed lor lhe vehicle he seeks He earnestly hs Another car traveling behind the i candidacy as an opportunity to truck operated by Loren E To his county as 47Lincoln Park ap parently was linahlfs to stop be ihind the slowing truck and raa lifelong resident of the In he was born Feb 21 ivuvami wiio said earner ne luio earner vumerence of iraiucmi ui me blacklisting the ncessary 1015 Democratic votes ministers should make diana area he was born Feb iaai niitainvivi SJUUH ui itueis was iic back up his to push the proposal through the toward settling the Ber1905 in White Township i Cramer justice of the Wednesday in an attempt demand witha transcript of tesii House expressed doubi of his crisis Although an invalid for nu koung Township Lisle Stewart j to seize Choluteca important city niony in which Victor Comforte uksburg RD 2 school director jiiear tlie Nicaraguan border It Chicago invoked the Fifth Ame Young Clarksburg Democratic petit Wednesday following Armstrong David H that a group of rebels was He said he would House expressed doubi of hTs msis Although an invalid for many f claim after hearing a denuncia There is behindthescenes Brityears ne ld tion of the plan by Thomas dissent on this point however suljscriPli011 business until the on many questions nwjyi UniUxl Alines Workers vice London leaders have informed Comforte retused to tell president er Allied governments thev be Una RD J superv I Burrell Raymo man Blairsville mornitg include the aivj took seven prisoners The government press office whether Nit1 Ernick Inditermed the incident a last desperscribed by the committee as a ceioemines Box 1 JimLevme Listed Fair I into die rear of ihe truck the truck the car ons filed since i said army units killed one rebel Dominic Senese de sor R 1 a T fl V ndv t iaie attempt by rebels under the brotherinlaw of mobster Tonyj x rinkleicommand of Col Armando VelasAccardo holds a onethird interest v dl Cerrato who made some the company or answer other am absolutHlv Hunquestions being Committee counsel Robert See 4 Col Winkle quez Frank J Josephine into northwestern Supervisor duras last month before Center Mike Zayachak Litchased into the mountains 3 school direc reportedly hit the Wray vehicle There were no injuries in the mishap Damage to ihe Wray va I hide was estimated at 4150 James Levine of North Third W he truck and to the Toney lime of his death is listed in fair condition toC9 Being bedfast did not prevent day in Indiana Hospital Kittanning State Police also re Pat from continuing his interhe was admitted yesterday follon two other minor accidents be esi in his many friends and com lowing another heait attack tween Elderton and Kittanning niuniiy affairs The Indiana man comvner of since the start of the snow yes A complete obituary appears on Star Furniture has been recov terday page 4 eriiiK from two previous attacks Highway crews and state police Tht 11 when he was stricken four or five hours p per cent Our union will do every llie tenlldl whuh Members liid Fire Co meet at Family members said he is ing the night to get jackknifed tmiiwpiict 4 fwj 2 ait me powers are agreed Friday nite p m to bin added that visitrucks and stalled cars off snow See 4 Col t pay respects to Pat Hawxhurst tors are not packed hills ia that area Kennedy cochairman of Lawlieve lha dlwt and Commission with Soviet personal Premjer Nikita Khrushchev will have to le i i i 4 i arranged iooner or in aov 1 am absolutely against an incase r dlli crease in the sales tax raie to 4 CJymer John L Treese 79 Mor I iis assessor Cirant Harold j ter Mills RD 1 vena M Sebring RD 1 auditor Rayne Charles truest Box H3 Washington HI nun Crieksiile the ebring Roches Li pervibor Dol Marion i i E supervisor i V Fair1 1 justice of Driver Dies PITTSBURGH War field 56 of New j 2 Westmoreland bounty died to day in Columbia 1ospital after bei found slumpec over the wheel his car on the Inside The Gazeffe this season is in JiDSON A report on what Congress lias done so far eluded in Peter Kdsons column on page 6 COMPANY F Company won tlie ticsi game in the Class A final playolf last uiglit This and olljcr sports uti pases IB and ly Other Features Mongrel Dies Heros Death HAMDfcN Conn mon giel dog named Snuff died a heros death Wednesday night As smoke came from his mas ters home Snuff ran in and wakened Mr and Mrs Donald Schroedcr The couple cantad lluir son MARION CFNTKR Bids on distriits of Muiiou Ceilprincipal of the jointure said preconstrucltU on he fttrnwr G Carl 11 and daughter Dorothy a new elementary school building lei jointure sttu plans are to send Grant piopezty To Be located Af Rochester Ask Marion Elementary School Bids Alexandria C IX IV iUdio World ludaj gel out of the burning house Parkway tat WEATHER Clearing and cold tonight Low 20 in 24 Friday becunung cloudy ana warmer High m lhe upper 3us Allstate batteries 12 mo ex Tomorrow only Sears iRoebuvk Co Ulia bV the State Public Replacing several HO students will froju Cauoemen oneroom ludepeadent The state Public School Building Authority schools ia the district ihe new The Grant studems ing Auihoriiy bp Oi The buildiug to be located u structure will include six cUssly attending oneroom fctoinai Rochester Mills will house 9 multipurpose rooaa Canoe children occupy 1 prosimately 180 students from teteria and other fatilities one room in Marion Center fauy tynite Thurs tfx Grant aud Cauoe townships njeiu AkCreerv aew brick building will Geaerti cftMtructioit and venuJatiou   

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