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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                AJI Indiana County Progress On Taxes ifteS pfeiy SjvfHS mi Schedule Confab CRASHES BURNS IN RAIL FREIGHT American Airlines cargo plane burned early yesterday after it crashed in a railroad freight yard while attempting to land at Midway Airport Two crewmen aboard Capt Lawrence Larsen 34 of Springdale Conn and Kenneth Kiruie 29 copilot of New York escaped with minor cuts and bruises The a twinengine Convair and cargo valued at wece written off as was enroute from New York via Detroit to Chicago plane total loss The plane AP Wirephotoj Dying Winter Midwest With Storms By The Associated Press The supposedly dying winter showing no pain plaster tlie with wind snow arid rain storms over the Iveekend and swept eastward without losing much of its power v The wild late winter storms left thousands of persons Istranded for hours Included were nearly 350 passengers on four Chicago and North Western Railroad trains which got Istuck in 12foot snow drifts in Wisconsin All of the trains sufficient fuel to heat the cars and all passengers had HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence said some was made today toj I ward bipartisan agreement on ihis proposed SVzper cent sales tax at a 90minule hud dle with Democratic and Re jpublican legislative1 leaders j i It was agreed that both sides j would discuss the matter further I in their caucuses today and thatj we would meet again Tuesday t Lawrence said It was agreed that some progress has been i Rep Stephen McCann Demo i cratic floor leader echoed Law j rences comment on the progress j but declined to elaborate on the matter until he reported to his i caucus i Republican legislative leaders lleft the parley with little PAUL H SNYDER GOP treasurer hopeful PaulSnyder lor Treasurer By The Associated Press i A rash of fires striking mostly in small homes or a partinents took at least 39 lives across the country Sun day and today Most of the victims were children i In Oklahoma and range fires whipped by high winds scourged more than acres One firefight er was killed In Superior a father and his five children died when flames swept their duplex home In rural Buckingham broke out in a log cabin andfive persons died three of them chil dren DONALD E SMITH seeking sheriff post POCUS6S JV J Three children died in BLAIRSVILLE Paul H Sny0re when apparently tried Jet today announced he will be escape a fire b r ment except to say they were candidate for the Republican nomcloset in their home jtold by Democrats that eight votes i nation for County Treasurer atparents were away j still are needed to pass the Election on 19th I The was in cence proposal in Snyder has resided in BtaWiHil1 where a j whether there life and has ment on the proposed raising the active In the sales levy rate from 3 to permunity having I cent rather than 4 per cent as the Blairsville1 Volunteer Fire Coiii1 wno were visiting D SeelcingPost As Sheriff Rep William G Buchanan RIncliana County today in aochiced a bill in the General Assembly which khange Indiana State Teach ers College into Western Pennsylvania State Univer sity Under the bill 13 j state teachers colleges in the Commonwealth w o u 1 d be come state colleges Buchanan in introducing his bill said the changing of the names of the state teachers col leges would possible for these schools to gradually broaden f their The Asserriblyman also stated that the training of teachers would continueto beone of the functions of these schools but gradually these institutions of higher learn ing would also educate students in other professions If the General Assembly would bill it would provide tremendous advancements in the educational cultural and econom ic life in Indiana County as in other counties of Buchanan pointed out Buchanan also pointed out that he is introducing the bill on the recommendations of the advisory panel to the Task Force lems of Advanced is Donald E Smith a lifelong member of the task to escape a firei byrunning into a publican and resident Banksj Other members of thepanel in f his life and has e welfare qf the 0nliitotlcrtJlfelives of a sharecropper I Born Bank ing served asChief children and two ISIS food during their enforced layover ranging up to 12 hours Surplus Food Users Must ReRegister Effective tomorrow it will be I necessary for all recipients of surplus food in Indiana County to I reregister at the Commissioners Office in the courthouse This announcement was made to ay by the Indiana County Com missioners They pointed out that distribu tion boards in the various town j ships are not authorized to re register persons in the field They added that in order for county residents to be eligible for the April distribution of surplus food hey must be reregistered before Vpril 1 The last of the stalled trains with 150 passengers aboard was pulled free late Sunday night eight hours after it was halted by huge drifts about 12 miles north ol Green Bay WASHINGTON dropped other business full attention to preparing his them anything address to the nation on the Berlin Johnson said McCann promised cnsjs to introduce amendments to the Blairsville Eisenhower had no appointpresent sales tax proposal to cor ments except a brief morning rect the meeting with the new ambassador Theres a lot of sneakers in IPM ms k d tat from Cuba Dr Ernesto Johnson said in claim least four persons three in Ar white House press secretary1 ing those who wrote the bill acl communities hit by torJanes c Hagerty said the Presitually didnt carry out the full cient was spending the rest of the recommendations of the study1 Their Township Indiana County has jnounced his intention of Dr Edward LitchOeld chan Crossrms partys nomination for County j cellor ofthe Vmyfersity Sheriff in coming Dr L HalLefrj Vice 19 v president jof Born Banks Township Dec Thomas president of a son of the late Scott Paper Co I some lawmakers had asked for many years t In North Philadelphia SunCessna Smith is a civic minded president of VillanovaUniversity i Albert W Johnson GOP floor He has always held clerical dsfrt children in one familyvounB RcPublican the WesCarJ K vice leader replied positions and if nominated and died when fames their I leyan Methodist Churchm president of FidelityPhiladelphia practically The PC m o c r a t s generally elected feels that he is weirnomeTne parents and two other Veteran of World War iand Dr AlfredW agreed on it But we havent promqualified to serve in the office hechildren escaped a member ot FreePennington Beattie superintendent ofcAllegh Tliree persons died of smoke of the American Legion ineny County schools poisoning in an apartment fire in Glen Campbell a Republican Com seeks He is presently employed West New York the same mitteematl for four years and a day member of the Banks Twp Road Fires in homes m Ticonderoga j Board the eight years and Highland Mills nadoes Senten took two mens lives was heavy other staff massive storm center rollTV and radio address Gilbert Lee Swartz Clymer pleaded guilty today to a charge Republican House backing of furnishing malt or brewed bev s of the Lawrence proposal became erages to minors and was sen Holuska Judge Petition Rejected In 1940 married the former Sara Louise Smith of Rochester Mills Indiana County arid has three daughters Patricia Diane and Sharon all at home Mr Smith with his sides in the little village of Smith ville established by his late father 3 Tornadoes Kill Three In Ark Sunday LITTLE ROCK Ark death toll in three separate tor See 2 Col S Municipal Lines May Be Outmoded j Eisenhower discussed the na iture of the talk with Secretary of a pdssjbility when the GOP to pay the costs of proseElections bureau today rejected aCounty At present is employed as anri a Sinn finp Policy Committee promjcution and a ised after a meeting Sunday night payment he fine fin lieu of nomination petition filed by John a povver shovel operator for the WASHINGTON State Dulles last Frittivnr WiitPracu ailcl tt conrined to thecj Haluska Cambria County iniP Punxsutaw Reed Armv JtosoHal the H W0uld n0t attempt to Pesentcountv Jai1 for 30 davs i surwiceroan and former state seninsy Pa seoetanTs opposition tothefiscal returned March 10 from ator who sought to file as a Rep W Stuart Helm C o unty Workhouse i Democratic candidte for Common J His jlnqUSTrV White House will be carried hv all islative Committee said12 months confinementfor carry Thebureau said the State Jus HARRISBURG State Saturday night the maior fadio and television his wil1 leave UUP to its in concealedand dadly Department has ruled thatComtjierce Department Sunday1 dividual House members lawyers can be judicial candifixed May 1112 as Jfor The Clymer man was sentenced dates under a section of the conthe third amvual Industrial HARRISBURG Stateinthe northern sectionoMndianainadoeS inArkansas rose to three Sunday James Johnson 29 of Owens ville died in a hospital Rescuers Iiad pulled him his wife 19 and their son Gary 17 months from the wreckage of their home after a tornado hurled it 200 yards major faclio and networks starting at way they will vote on the proposed Jones was reportedin lie baby in fair fi a n nf rn f of all surplus food re to meiUs indications were that districts may come to an end in Eisenhower would detail hisi Meanwhile opposition grew the wake of mushrooming subcharges that the Soviets in seekthe tax Plan wnich urbs Californias Gov Edmund to force Allied militarv forcas the keystone of a recommended to areas a before Judge Edwin stitution which says judges must velopmewjt Clinic with Law jbe learned in the jrenceas principal i Tourm Suth of I problems he pointed r f metropolitan Prompt action on the part of a his persons receiving surplus tood will as Jd enable them to assure their havp r He may emphasize this by show inued receipt of the monthly tood ideas of his tdevision audiencj gome the agreements entered into during I and after World War concern ing the fourpower status of the city allotments HeadonCar Collision In Ariz Kills 8 start thinking in terms of the tne documents setting forth the needs of communities occupation agreements Brown said splintered governHe also was expected to reiter mehts that serve these growing ate this nations intention to stand suburbs are financially wasteful firm in Berlin and to because of the senselessness of atomic war The California governor called Informed sources described the See 2 Col 5 MannarincJ Walks Anv c PI11SBURGH Sam Man narino of New long sought fov by federal DeWitt Ray Meets Fred Mussers Plane In Rio de Janeiro Editors nater Thjs is another in a series of col umiis being written by N De Witt copublisher of the Indiana Evening while Bffrt operations in Western Pennsy va an effort r i on his tours to various countries and announced that by the end of to put into perspective the cold ma walked tne federal court1 K1NGMAN Ariz headthe month California will be the car battle over Berlin that m Pittsburih l4ay on collision 40 miles northeast of first state to set up a statewide been raging since last November Mannarino appeared in answer lis nortjiern Arizona city snuffed commission to do just this eight lives Sunday night and injuredfour others two critically Highway Patrol Syt Floyd Cis ney identified these dead in one car Joe Williams 32 John 32 Hattie and Mary Colj Jins all of Peach Springs Peach Springs is on the Huala pai Indian reservation two inilfs west of the accident scone on See 2 Col S jto to testity before the the world Mr Ray is pre sently making a tour of South American countries where he is with heads of states and Tornadoes at Moko In Fulton Countynear the Missouriline and iOpai near Beebe took one 11 persons were Injured A honies and Other buMiiigs were destroyed BiH Cross jat Little Reck sajiij showed at least 100 Fiilton Virgil Haslett 45 was kiUed nhen a tornada scooped up his hqroe at Moko and flung it into be compared to the national chaira day and he is retired with a a nearby barn men of our two political A skilled worker earns His brother Pat Haeiett 48 i and We also talked to the secretary pension after a certain nijnxlier of their elderly parents Mr and to the president of Uruguay or at a ceVtain age JMrs R conlerence with the chairman of This system is one reason why amj hospitalized J presidents executive commit Uruguay has a large deficit each j Inside The Gazette PETER fSDSON Guessing who might siiceeid Secretary of Slate Dulles is a favorite Washington omtpatiun Head Edsuus culuinn on page tee was cancelled because of the year This is only one of Jate arrival of ourplane problems A government worker Uruguay has its problems many who does not have enough work of them being similar to those of at his main job also has our country The politicians canjob assigned to him this results Killed in the other vehicle were Henry Manuel Coke 38 of Albuj querquc the driver Ger trude Chavez 4 of Long Beach iiid her infant yon Rich ard and Josie Campbell 3 also of Long Beach Relationship of the Campbell child was not deter1 mined immediately j Cisuey said Williams strayed the center line and smashed the other auto j BENEFIT BASKETBALL The benefit buskotball gunios lor children earned than last years games for charily See spoils pages 10 n Hire and Jl Othet Feafures AUddiui Ji ikUrror x U1S Hgspilul IS lin t EATHEK Mostly cloudy and cold tonight Low in the and somewhat warmer news photographers efforts to photograph him in the corridor He told the photographers that un less they stopped someone is go ing to get After newsmen obtained pic tures Munnarino remained in the while walking to corridor awaiting a call into the i grand jury room Although his Ihe 4JCk subpoena called for his appearal lue airport I ance today he may not be called saw a familiar to testity until later in the week fve and then The federal grand jury which her began its sessions this morning husband U was reportedly wants testimony from Air and M r s Mannarino about a Musser of 4 operation which federal We are smashed some months ago Man presently s t a y narinos soninlaw Victor E Car 8l lne same By N UeWHT RAY at his principal Sheriff homes were destroyed in the Moko area along with five At Mrs Bruce Roberts 55 died when a twister smashed her home Three other persons ia the house were hurt not balance the budget and in inefficiency you know is the problem we lace assignment BUENOS AIRES Argentina in the United States One thing they emphasizeJu The tact that this is still a little Jf their present form of governUruguay is The people world was again proven to me ment survives Uruguay will be here want cooperation not PQ when our gmup arrived in Rio friendly terms with the United Uruguay is the headquarters Iqrj i A vr Janeiro from Motevideo Uruguay States It has the largest propaganda in South MOfC MOV age of middle class people in As in so in America Its fate should be countries we have Possibility of a cided in a few mouths the Commies are prominent by members ol Dairy Of course we are handicapped Uruguay labor unions and youth ers Local1 733 Brotherhood of with it at home but one of the groups as they work diiAassed at A big problems in the countries we into key positions meeting tomorrow evening in the have visited is inflation and the Uruguay is a beautiful Workers Hall ia politicians here are afraid to do with million people During much about it prosperity however their people One official in Uruguay told us i forget about agriculture and farm tiapr meeting will jet our people must work hardj ing Because of tins the new gov er and produce more if our counernment which took over March 3 narinos soniniaw victor K car ai me same uewut Ktty jg to femain in Compelition hopes tp rebuild not ilucci of New Kensington is hotel m Buenos Aires vvitb other nations of the large cities but the rural charged with shipping stolen guns In Uruguay our group met with Government workers in Uruguayas well in an effort to 20s Tuesday to another state The guns it was the heads of that cqujatrys two average m hours of work a1 the budget and produce more 2 Coi i j major political parties They could week The wages are not ducts tor its people at pin Members various they will way tbjey awy t in Homer Riflf 57 ftWfcSOM   

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