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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Ail Indiana Nevripapcr Thai Mamfesr of the Family I XJ3 f J rt J HO EDITION NATION Plant Pillars 11 Protest Of Plant BLOOMFIELD N J AP Eleven workers remained chained to a pillar in the General Electric plant protesting the companys plan for what they termed an April I FoolsDay shutdown GE intends to move most I of the plants operations to South after April 1 Nearly a score of the workers linked themselves together with a chain Friday and rolled out a ban ner from fourth floor windows proclaiming We want the right to They said they would remain chatned in the building until eject ed forcibly A group of them left during the night however The reason for theparture was not JAMES E CALHOUN auditor candidate J E Calhoun Enters Race For Auditor an nomi Kxplamed r n James E Calhoun rhose who staved m the plant played cards turns lownship today ing on a pile of felt pads in a Bounced his candidacy for i corner nation of county auditor on the The thin chain was wrapped Republican ticket at the May tround their wrists or bodies It See 11 ProtestPage 3 Col 3 He has been a resident of In I jdiana county for 36 years served as tax collector in Artn 1M 7 Township and also served I a term as Heads Too Expensive B A WANG ASSAM Sara rwak its just as headhunting was abolishi ied It cost too much to hold ifeast every time a head brought said the tattooed old chief i He was wrinkled 73yearold Penghulu Nanta Anak Itar chief of this district of Sea Dyaks or jlbans better known at the turn j of the century as the head hunters of Borneo They are now a peace farming people except for a i brief f 1 a r e u p of headhunting against Japanese soldiers at the iend of World War II j Most of us are Christians how the chief said j Ill give you four reasons we used to take to show of Shelocta bravery in war second because whenever anybody took a head there was a special feast much merriment to See 3 Col and get 3 Another 3 Inches Of ft that Ms ience intheSesaid pferience Snow covered and icepacked ed I highways were listed as the causes jot two onecar accidents on coun jty highways yesterday The first occurred on Route 119 I two miles south of Marion Cen er at State Police said an auto driven I by Edward F Zeitleman 17 Pitts I burgh skidded on the snow I covered road veered off the high way and overturned Zeitleman es jcaped Damages to his auto were es timated at es in will do SQ if nominated and elect to the Mom Nature Gives Assist To Taxpayers I Inarch dunjped up to otfice and of new on ann Alfwt 4 ana County last night and early i today Driving conditions were reported i hazardous in areas A rise in the temperature how ever improved conditions today j throughout the area j In WesternPennsylvania the i northern portion got from one to I five inches of snow The fall in the southern section ranged from Mother two to three inches Cinder crews worked throughout French Navy Out Of NATO Monday Evening At WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhowers report to the nation Monday night un the Berlin situation will contain no surprises and set no new policies inform ed sources predicted today The talk could be regarded mainly as an educational effort I the sources said in a move to PARIS Allied leadPut the Berlin situation into per ers feared today Frances as President sees it Eisenhower s decision to go on termination to retain air was reported to have been mand of her Mediterranean PromPted in part by continuing Fleet even in time of war Democrats in undermine the North iCongre5is Jfat nations defens Atlantic Treaty Oiganixatior l President De Gaulles show ofi f16 White House announced independence was regarded as ailate Friday the President will fjid for a stronger role in NATO j speak from his office for 30 min military commands and to get I tes over all major television and more support for Frances fight radio networks starting at sigahist the Algerian rebels iPtn EST Monday night The immediate impact of the Eisenhower is expected to stress French move was more phychologj again American determination to ical than military There was apstand firmly with its allies in the prehension it could give the inir face of Soviet pressures But he especially to the Soviets was reported ready to make a sharp division among the dear Ms willingness to ease ten Allies jsion by negotiations toward set The French navy totals about Idling the entire German issue tons Reliable sources said White House press secretary only a third of the fleet had been C Hagerty asked whether earmarked to come under NATO any new development in the Ber command in time of war situation hacj prompted Eisen French sources contended thenower to speak replied No governments decision to retain command would jn no way alter See Page 3 Col 1 the mil itary effectiveness off NATO either in peace or war P One NATO source wamed how1 POU ever such unilateral action followed Jay other could In Pi A v severely damage ttie alli cautious in appraising the move but officials privately if might be a cause for Press officer Lincoln White This particular subject is ofjj course being discussed in Kjere there isJul opportunity all members of the alliance to ex persons including fire their He did notmttrt Unjureil WASHINGTON AP Nature has done a job for the tax payers at one Spot along the New the night to keep the roads open Jersey shore One man was killed near West A Buffalo NY driver lost con Rep Milton W Glenn RNJ Miffln Friday night whenhis auto trol of his car when it skidded on PIans Friday to seek fedskidded on an icy road and crash U Ul QI Ilia War Wucn ll oKiQQcU Oil j jji i j i i ice on Route 119 south of Homer eial aid for torson s Ined against a utility pole He was tv last evenins The autoTid let 5n Cape Ma Count identified as 35yearold Raymond t last evening The auto skid The had fiUcd of allowing passage of little more There were numerous skidding than a rowboat The residents of accidents One resulted in a three then sought car pileup on the west leg of the aid PennLincoln Parkway near Pitts But a winter storm removed the burgh but nobody was injured eight feet deep at low tide Glenn predicted over the weekend the The truck ooerated bv Nick Ri bad t is one of the finest inlets Weather Bureau in Pittsburgh said me operated oy INRK KIm the 80uthern New Jergey coast there was a of some al local flooding H we could only get together Light snow fell early in the day with Mother Nature on other proin the southeastern part of the jects we could save the governstate making some roads slippery menta Ipt of he added but it soon moved across New Jersey and out to sea SCHOOL spurt through broken second floor window of California school yesterday as volunteer lower right drags hose line into area Some 300 children marched safely from school before flames spread throughout the building AP Wifephoto press elaborate The British foreign spokesman said We gret any such French swfcpt the brick andr office 1S57 land persons into a stone retaining wall Police said daifurges to the car driven by Louis Repka wiHstraUimere N I amount to about Repka esairatnmeie jcaped injury Earlier in the day State Police ivestigated an accident involving I stateowued truck Runaway Freight Train n cupero 58 of 845 Maple In diana sideswiped an auto driven Robert T Miller 27 4 at the intersection of and Philadelphia Streets Damages to the Miller car were estimated at The state truck was not damaged State Police said Ricupero made a wide turn at the intersection and sideswiped the auto lime of the accident was Charge In Smuggling iflg Fransen and Charles Barthblojftftw Ezra Stiles 83 apparently broke his back when he leaped into a net from tfoe fifth floor where he and 16 other male residents were quartered Eighty resided on the Wash like a dynamite CLYMER finally started faa said William Crane Then the freight cars pened fourth Hoor room early Friday Crane was one of those who narrowly escaped death TWO of these little foreign car i morning iFriday night when a string of runaway freight cars hurtled jobs were involved in an ac A fire sprinkler system was be jthrough downtown Olympia killing one injuring 15 and cldent here yesterday leaving ling jnstalled when the fire Wednesday See 3 Volkswagens In Crash At Clymer CLYMER It finally hi 450 Damage In Accident Damages estimated at re sulted early today when two cars collided at the intersection of Wayne Ave and South Seventh St inv Indiana Drivers were identified by Indi Borough Police as Donald E rT omuls 25 Bedford and Al rvin Eugene Henry 45 Cherry Tree RD 1 D4mages were estimated at to the Henry car and to the Pounds vehicle by Patrolman Claude Davis investigating offi cer Davis said Henry was north bound on Wayne Ave and Pounds was attempting a turn onto Sev enth St from Wayne when the ixident occurred Time of the mishap was fixed at Dance touite Sat iSx Dance Siuiay Homer City Le gion The KockeU 9 17tix Notice Eagles Polka Party Saturday March 14 Music by The Jet Tones Kittonning High Janitor Killed In Gym Fall A Walker 133 Kittanning Mounted Route 10 idied Friday following a fall through the acoustic ceiling of the jdemolishing two buildings He and his wife were in the cafe wrecked by the cars after P 1T T S B U R G H the freight off the end pOT 2 was former prisoners and ot and crashed throu8h said a parolee face court action a bnck Urge Reprimand By midmorning the sun shining and forecasters sam a parolee tace court action on southerly winds would lift tempercharges of smuggling mail and atures to the upper 40s and pernarcotics in and out of Western haps higher later in the day And1 State Penitentiary tomorrow will be even The former guards Garrett J the weather man said The merMiller Jr and John C Helffrich cury was expected lo rise into the both of Pittsburgh admitted the icharges Friday at an aldermans i hearing j Also ordered held were prison iers Virgil Toney and Clayton A Terhune and parolee John A Car raher The five were charged with furnishing prison a brick depot Two of the cars rumbled 350 feet and came to rest inside a building across this cap ital citys main street I ducked under the table and hollered for inv wife PITTSBURGH of three Allegheny has recommended A panel County judges an open court j When it was over we crawled See 3 Col 5 Crane said Ine panel ruled Friday against attorneys Robert B Ivory and I John B Jr damages estimated at The autos both Volkswag ens crashed at the corner of Franklin and Sixth Streets Dri vers of the were Cart Bence Clymer and Jack Ed ward Powthan Point 0 Police Chief Joseph Krolick said the Edward car went through a traffic light and crashed into the rear of the Bence vehicle Edward was west bound on Franklin St and Bence northbound on Sixth Workmen helped rescue many of the residents Jacob Schmidt operator of buildings elevator traveled sev eral times to the flawing upper floors occupants to safe ty Two women residents told they heard an sion in the fourthfloor room above them Cause of the fire was not de termined Fire Catrl Num rich had no damage estimate Kittanning High Jroln Kills MoH It is reported Walker a Janitor CHARLEROI Pa AP at the high school was replacfreight train smashed into a truck inglightbulbs in the ceiling of the Friday killing Solomon KronomC0nvevin8 gym when he apparently lost his er 64 f MononKahela Pa delivery balance while on a catwalk and mer the Charleroi Uphol fell about 35 feet to the gym floor storing Co Inside The Gazette IN DREW PEARSONS Jack Anderson writing for Drevy Pearson reports on mouth washing President Eisenhower gave Defense Secretary MiKlroy for remarks on surprise attacks See page 4 of letters conspiracy and acres sory before the fact of felony j Warden Angelo C Cavell said the five were involved in a plot to fleece the families of prisoners on the pretext of obtaining paroles for their relatives in prison Present Day Capitalism Not Same As Nome Newspaperman President Ot U 5 Chamber Of Commerce To Serve As Both Burqess Officer to keep CHIMWENS GAME The benefit basketball game between the Methodists and the AllStar team is schiikilid for tonight al Indiana Joint High School gymnasium PITTSBURGH Fred B Alberts will continue lo serve as i burgess and constable of White lrwin I Oak Borough Judge Sara Softel refused lo oust Alberts Irojii the Feafures offices Friday Mrs Elma Woodis hesi WASHINGTON AP A sdiultop officer Canham is the first to political must JCMO arly editor who says the counewspaperman in the big organiCanliam said he could see no jobs cept of capitalism is very foreign nations line of 3V presidents He oljjection to congressional investiJn contrast to tixe past hajf cen to the capitalism of today is taksicceeds St Louis banker William gallons into socalled adminislratury when took emcb ing over as luud of one of the McDonald who now becomes the capacity of induscriticism he said It uorjds largest of board chairman tries cojiiprising a few large cointhe tycoons jtf labor who ajrs Jhe WOO concept of capitalism panies to rfguUte price levels ting the unfavorable D Canhain elected is a very foreign to the capwithout much regard to This stUiatioo WJJI Fridyy as pitsideat of the iiylisni ot Cunham told re 1 have no quarrel with efforts he baid as toug W bjftlh parties Chamber of Commerce Canham porters after his fkciiou lo compel them to luep Uie freest deserve as editor of the he said has acpossible Canham said Canhain said II Uill IV Nutes liuclrl WEATHER 4 II s leea 5 ward of White Oak as lor Alberts hrislia Monitor ami as cepud y dcip responsibility and On the other hand Caaham said us Mouilor itt reiiioval alter he ultsaded no raait ulul accoiwtHWIiiy to its customers iis btMh alter pleaxteU no de charges of accepting cassive fees as a squire j Alberts was removed frqun the squares post last Pauce tomte Sat nid Sunday Occasional showeu likely touiglit in most showers windy mostly cloudy Dance ToniglUClub oy by Cadets Sunday Lodge meet btisimiss and labuj but thut hjs latensily suipjriSad the ueijthburs its worktrs andean provide puwerful iihiieius to him la the edit orits stockHolders progress but only to the degree editor saiJ in ou his powei1 lias betai that iiliey remain voloiitary selection by tlie Chajnbeas boanl shifting in this country It is mov The labor movement beea 14 of directors iug in the direction of a balwould be stronger Uiwi it is United For the Chamber wliich economic balance is 45 if it kept membership on i narily picks career to economic treaioui as imy basis uuteitd of ol officers U8x iudusuialisis or financiers as iis the political balance 01 uuuex is tor where workers   

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