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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TIODY y An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family datft fatt much atotft nif stucfltt tfKfr fliOfC maybe fat kitchen City EDITION 177 Twanty Pagti Indiana Pennsylvania Way March 13 Two Sections Seven Ctnts In California 16Room Building Wrecked Damages Major Fire Hits Pittston School Blaze FOREIGN AID CALIFORNIA Pa iFire wrecked a 16room PITTSTON Pa flames that and frame grade school build t of control fjr several hours mg today All of theSOO pupils buJJdin aod then d inlQ the 10Q Wock i j f I Liicti uuiiuiijg ctiju uidj ojjxcciu iiiiu me u ivictui marched to safety in destroying lwo othei structures mid heavily damau they later discovered was a three more bqfore firemeu from 10 communities succeed ftre dnlL No one was in stemming the tide o flauies Loss was unofficially estimated at hundreds ofthous As the blaze shot clouds oi andg of dollavs r slack smoke and belching James high into the air police Destroyed were Medico Indus assured frantic parents arriv trices Building ing at the scene that their Jataldo Society Building I i i 1 i ill o IVlflln ol Ichildren were sale Central Barbershop and Fashion There were some pushing d 113115 S Main Ibut no one got real scared the HeavfK dam d s 1 youngsters reported m g pupil who lives just across G m hirf rf w fee street from the school ran CQ Restarted to smell smoke Hesuffered the teacher pulled down the blind and s re Then we had a fire drill and all a ambulance to Pitts of the children marched out We ton Hospital where his condition sort of knew there was a fire was listed as fair Five other fire though because we smelled men were at the scenc for she said later minor cuts and bnnses Nearly all of the pupils lost their Soon after the flames were Icoats hats and rubbers about am blmd Neighbors in the area said woman and two other per Jire started in the roof only a short time after moniing apartments by Pitts had started ton svho Officials at the Labor and the potential danger to human trv Department in Harrisburg hfe and moved through said the school had been under to Showdown Looms On Pa Taxes HARRISBURG AP possible showndown between Gov Lswrence and rebellious House pemoerats loomed to Pemisylvanias tax i Lawre tends to ice made it clear he in push for adoption of his committee composed of labor and government tax developed entirely from recommendations of a bi partisan business leaders 1 intend to do everything I can to seek passage of those recom mendaticjms by both houses of the General possible Thursda The p ink per I dors since Feb 19 to make certain The flames broke out in a ram HARRY A NICHOL i treasurer candidate rf ATNichol InRaceFor Assembly as promptly as the governor said calls for increas state sales tax from 3 to cemt and expanding its coverage to include automobile and appliance tradeins and alco holic beverages sold in bars and restaurants The committee estimated this would 264 of the addftion al 400 million dollars Lawrences budget rafters said needed balar 195961 The package Democr ministrations 12bill taxi has been stalled in the ticcontrolled House since 1 J CM IlkrV I t 1 H VMIIft fire safety repairs to the wooden storage and most orders had been owned by Medico Indus T compiled with I reasurer John Dwyer head of the State onlX abouut ffl west of Inspection Bureau said the fast March 3 asked for more time OI building housed machinerv other Harrv A Nichol of White Town His pUo c nnlips it VVHC Ipvplpd hv totla announced his candKClings f tc complete the work The State supplies It was leveled b pniihiiran m 1 which hears swiftspreading flames nacy tor the Republican Nomina IIndustrial tl such time appeals had planned Severa small explosions rocked tion to the office o County Trea to consider the appeal at its next building at the height of tlie surer meeting within a few weeks ifire Mr Nichol has served the people 1 flames about The Medicobuilding Of Indiana County as a public of I is the largest of several which in tne past He is a native imerly were the property of the Of the County was educated in iDershimer and Griffin Lumber the County Schools and later was graduated from Muskingum Col lege with an Degree Since that time he has taken an active part in the operation of the Nichol Turkey Farm on the commit See S The petition Bus Mishap rd Victim PITTSBURGH Oak I land district woman is the third I person to die of injuries inflicted by a bus which plowed into a Attorney crowd on a busy downtown street today filed a petition requesting corner a new trial for Thomas office Mrs Ida Cook Slot sky succumbShellhammer Avonmore RD OUIUS led shortly before midnight in Alconvicted of larceny this week legheny General Hospital of a In his petition to the court At 1S member of he Board fracture and other Cope states the verdict EUers of Graystone United reutori Requests New Trial Here Walter B Cope Clymer Road except for the earsc0mm Via oc when he served as Auditor and i Treasurer of the Countv and for day as tiling i of the National Farm Loan Association Repu a record seal outlay j VIGJORV Walter F iBustov McGuire airline executive wearing lei left center breaks into impromptu bula Secretary uighlcentei Jyiegioinid after got word that Ctiijgyess voted took an Hue m 7f Celebrations For 2nd Day In Hawaii HONOLULU AP Happy Ha waiians cranked tip a second round of celebrations toclav for last was soundly criti cized by some Democrats at z closed caucus on Tuesday Lawrences pledge to seek pas sage of the program as the one for the state focused atten tion on another caucus scheduled when the Legislature returns on Monday atement came artiid ruin om labor leaders and sev mbersof the advisorytneiv newlr acquired statehood ee over talk of a possible j Disregarding the 4 Col 5 they planned a Essential To Oppose Red Power WASHINGTON AP President Kisenhower asked ongress today for in foreign aid He said the spending is essential to survival in the face of a growing Communist poten tial to launch a war of nuclear In a special message Eisenhow er cautioned against reckless cuts lest the United States become the rifthest nation in the graveyard of The President said the full amount is urgently needed to thwart a fanatic conspiracy of international communism which maintains million men under arms in about 400 divisions around the world Singling out the Soviet drive to force the West out of Berlin Ei jsenhower said In Europe today I the Soviet Union has made de mands regarding the future of Berlin which if unmodified could have perilous The resoluteness with fwhich we and our allies will meet this issue has come about in large measure because our past pro grams of eraflomic and military NATO State Within Year By HARRISON HUMPHRIES WASHINGTON Hawaiian Islands will be come the nations 50th state within Congress answered the territorys halfcentury of plead for statehood Thursday with a resounding 32389 vote in MoreRapid Pace For Filing Here Honolulu Stadium featuring Aead e House The Senate assented a day earlier with a 7o15 resident Eisenhower gets the bill today His approval It was aholiday igain certain Presidenlial secretary James said Kittanning High Janitor Killed In Fall Today Speckrrtg fid threat tgaWst Eisen hower told the legislators Two fundamental purposes of our col lective defense effort are to pre vent general war and to deter Communist local aggression See 4 Col 5 Adenauer Mac Agree On Berlin BONN Germany British i Prime Minister Harold Macmillan out the islands just as it is delighted Thursday when Congress voted In four to six months Hawaii longawaited statehood for the lercould be a full partner in the un ritory ion It will take that long to set The days program also called up elections for the nearly ace of both parties filing for a religious thanksgiving servpeople to choose their firststate in the Indiana in Honolulu and a big concert officers their two senators sioners office quickened to by the Royal Hawaiian and one representative in the and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer have reached full agreement on Berlin the German question and European security a German gov ernment spokesman said today The statement came after Mac tnitlan and Adenauer wound up their talks at a morning session K1TTANN1NG L e r o y A i of more than two hours Only an the Monday deadline for joined by the bands of the Army House Hawaii will qualify forja w Kittanning Mounted interpreter was present fliii nfi win I I Xlnittr All LJ TV It n tit t aft lllA I Mlill r the primary ear election Navy Air Force and Marines second House seat after the I960 Also on the program was a 50census lican petitions filed since gun salute to the 50th state firedj There is a maximum time jng Of tne gymnasjum ot tne Kjt tn 11 rln fl f jvl I A ill ftnCt IMAI t i t LJlf irt f lia cl Cl t A Ukull fracture and other cope states the verdict She underwent lengthy surgery contrary to the evidence and con Presbyenan Church m following the tragic accident Tuestrary to the weight of the holds membership Indiana the V include the following bV artillerymen from howitzers on schedule set out in the state con Robert P Cunningilolani Palace grounds stitution which the people of Hawi school dij celebration began aii tired of waiting adopted in noisily within minutes after the 19SO The maximum is KiO days Route 10 died today following Macmillan arrived Thursday a fall through the acoustic ceili from talks with French President Charles de Gaulle in Paris He goes to the United Statesnext day evening in which 15 other perdence Igons were injured Shellhammer Kiwanis Club was convicted of Order of Odd BlacH Blairsv the Independent Blair and United 5 poin Meanwhile an attorney for Mrs being involved in the Travelers he is J55 Soulh tcmm nuv mi nvkwt Ann Bell 49 of Pittsburgh filed removal of a pony valued at about member of the Indiana Grange ti damage suit asking in excess of from the property of Samuel has been active m from the Brefuwood Motor1 Shearer in Young Township various agricultural and civic or Coach owner of the bus sanitations auditor Fo council Post 1989 meetin I Mv record as a countv official Brus Dance Clymer Legion lonite let March 17 Nomination of officers is he said today The key s i Valley William McClosbest known resort spot lones 177x for coming year Hailed As EOKA Youths Return Home Turkey Farm has been in the Indiana i Nichol name for three generations peace jand under the present leadership Buffi igton Watson Dill Homer for more than thirtythree years i City 4 t 11 vi IUC IICIII t tJV IU I ipervisor Grant h At Waikiki throngs thecw mjner an investigating respects to If nominated and elected Mr i Clyn Nichols pledge to the voters isMorris that he would m Intain the same Green Howard Clymer OK honest and courteous performance 1 of his duties by his earlier Indiima 1 Edwin W 1C Water councilman Friday 13th Afflicting You NEW YORK you af Editors Note With peace rehard to imagine one padding sij Biored lo Cyprus members of the lently along an alley gun in Greek underground fighting arm or waiting for the right instant torlicted with triskaidekaphobia which kept the Mediterranean isset off a land mine on a mountain1 Well if you are today makes it land in turmoil for four years are road two months in a row that you beginning to emerge into the They look more like young have suffered the slings and How didthis small force keep accountants ims FridaV the 13tljWe had to British troops baffled aUItricians lawyers or farmers ione ln too j that time Webb McKinley Asso vvrijch in fact they once were Bul cheer P rwo tliei kiated Press chief of bureau in Hut the fouryear war they 1ith in a row Wl11 jstaiiUul has on Cyprus jn EOKA the Greek six Vears Jy two weeks seeking the answer prj0t underground to free Cyprus ves tllis HlskaLledaphobia Here is his report ifrom Britain was tough audrulii11 b toar of tne 13 less A total of 393 killings were By WEBB MCKINIEY attributed to EOKA More than bauenes 12 mo NICOSIA Cyprus AP half the victims were Greek ex onl liOKAs war is boys priot civilimis marked as traitors are heading home to the cause of Enosis the umoii The wiry youths Britain of Cyprus with Greece so recently called terrorists now EOKA did not win Enosis But jare hailed as heroes on the streets on the advice of its leadership it Post 1989 meeting Nicosia accepted the plan for eventual inMarch 17 Nomination of officers llhey do not look fierce It is 4 Col i tfor coming year 177X See Vui KielnuK Homer le llU 20s Lick Howard D House completed passage of the See 4 Col 5 lie 2 schooj bill ville William E Wilkinsj U exploded in a discordant din assessor Donald G of sirens church bells ships whistles and motorists horns Leslie C Meal 111 North i At night were street danc school bonfires and fireworks sha 19 East Brown nan Military planes dropped flajes at sea off Waikiki Beach the islands Miner Says Leakage In Mine Bad tanning High School Building U Is reported Walker a jaitiiweek for conferences with Presi tor at the high school was rejdent Eisenhower placing lightbulus in the ceiling Apparently the French and West of the gym when he apparently j German governments overruled lost his balance while on a catlany ideas the Bntish may have walk and fell abolit 35 feet to to ease tne Berhn crisls bV the gym floor proposing a wholesale withdraw An autopsy is being performed from Europe this afternoon to determine the exact cause of death Macmillan obviously sought to quiet West German fears that his recent mission to Moscow had Members Ind Fire at aSed tne prospect of disengage Pa Hall tonite to pay ment as an Allied policy 4 justice of the streets to see dancing by Thursday night nat Samoan and Hawaiian maidens water at the Coal Light siioweYs failad to dampen Companys Port Griffith mine was See Page 4 Col 2 supervisor er Norman Richardson 99 councilman See 4 Col school director as so bad raincoats were needed The mine runs under the Sus quehanna River On Jan the river was at flood stage it ate through its bed anil swamped the For Nuclear WASHINGTON r entombing 12 workers r ttn license of radio Jl L Wilmer Johnston WAPP Kane Pa to he Kulikovvidl of Nliners Ito Washington Broadcasting Coip for woiked in i East Mahening Pfeiffer 000 was approved Thursday by the larioi Center school director D Federal Communications Commis 4 Col I NUMEC Wins AEC Contract Inside The Gazette PETER EPSON Pettr Kdsun today that words like liinft1 passe today his column on eriilitnal page ti COMPANY F won thf tlass A title lasi night Read about ihis victory oilier spoils uu pujjes 14 and Ofhcr Features KIIOX the disaster Kulikmvich was one of six wit nesses who testified before a joint APOLLO Nuclear Materials expensive alloying and special fa HouseSenate Legislative Commitand Equipment Corporation NUbrication the cost of which haa tee investigating the tragedy of Apollo has been been prohibitive for many appli Simon of selected by the U S Atomic Eiusrcations a foreman said the walls of the gy Commission to develop a new The most common existing section the flooding ocivjie of u ran iumbua ring atomic thod for avoiding these curred were not too hui tiiel material it was announced has been through the use of non that he considered them sale unlay by Dr Zalman M Shapiintlallic urauium diemical com enough tor men lo work ro pnMctent of NUMEC A conpounds such as uranium oxides Another miner Anthony Kiyu aci ID rover this program has These however Shjapiro explained wicki said ilie Knox Coal Co huil bteii itiied with the New York have much loss efficient heat trans beenpaying straight time instead Operations Office of the A E C 1er characteristics thaw the Mrao of timeand one half ami double he staietl iuui metal and therefore yield lime for weekend work The mu material which is exless commercially See 4 Col 1 peeled to have both commercial tor 4 given quantity of BUiiueat Mirror I nib Id i Itit 4 i l WEATHER asing high cloudiness and noi so cold tonight Iloudy with some snow JikeJy in Uie Hurihand south and military uses is designed to uranium IW3S Posi UISH meeting Tues eliminate difficulties which have same quantity of uranium ill BMf March 17 Nomination ot oflieers been in the use of lallic form U additiqo foi corning year I77x uraftiuru mewj as a tuel for pothere is uranium wer reactors Shapiro stated The of uraaiuin P undergoes severe damage the samt volume of uraaiuw Eagles Notice Polka Party Low in the MarcVlY b Ilie Jet and distortion when subjected to tal a result larger   

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