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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An IndUma County Nmnpgper Every Mwnfcer of the Family weoftflg lily rroi ite M ta ji rclMItl t f t iv EDITION March Two PIKE POST Of Hotel to day intensified their investi gation into the death of a Michigan man who was found this morning in a pool of blood at the rear of the old Union Hotel here I Possibility of foul play Ksasnt been ruled out entire but authorities are cling Bing to the opinion George Schneider 52 may have trip ped over the hotels cellar way steps and fractured his skull on the concrete Schneider who registered at the hotel yesterday was found about 8 oclock this morning by another occupant Glenn Henry of Pitts urgh Michael Hallow deputy Indiana jCounty coroner said j At this time it looks like an ac Iddental death It appears he trip Iped over the stairs at the rearof I the hotel and fell onto the con Icrete Hallow however emphasized that the investigation headed byj police Chief Larkin will be conj Itinued until authorities are satis Schneiders death wasacoiden j Ui 1 Police today learned Iwas a resident of EerndaTe land was in looking forf Police in talking by telephone Mrs Schneider also learned See FindPage 4 Col 5 Death Mother 3 Children Die In Fire LEBANON Pa AP 30year old mother and her small children smother led to death today when fire iin their thirdfloor apartment jhere filled their living quar Iters with smoke i Fire Chief Del Granger of i Lebanon said the husband and a stepson of the woman jwere not in the frame apart jment building when the fire broke out Granger identified the dead as Mrs Jenette L Hedges and her children William 6 Michael 3 and Dawn 3 months old Granger said a neighbor saw smoke billowing from the apart ment and heard the woman and Stalemate i BULLETIN HARR1SBUKG AP The House today called for a mid night session Wednesday jnight for a showdown yote on a stalemated plan to increase jttte 3 per cent sales tax to 3 Vis Iper cent JAMES TRIIVIARCm gets Senate OK MRS JULIA W POUND auditor candidate Mrs Pound GOP Auditor Candidate Stale School Bldgl Group 11 Loacled1 HARRISBURG Re House today on Gov Lawrlican member ot the Senate ences plan to increase the 3 propriations subcommittee said toeral of speculation over per cent sales tax to Gov Lawrences proposed alnrimarchis chances for confirjna Icent and extend ils coverage location for the State School Buildftion HARRISBURG AP stalemate built up in A the The State Senate today con firmed Gov Lawrences ap pointment of E James marehi Indiana as a mem ber of the Pentisylvania Turn pike Commission according to intomiation forwarded to jhe by Sen Kromer Ptmxsutawney The Senate speedily con firmed Trimarchis appoint ment following a recommend ation by the Senate Nominal ing Committee Trimarchi will serve in the 000ayear post until 1962 accord ing to Sen Kromers telegram The Indiana man was named to the commission Oct 1 1957 by former Gov George Leader and has served on the toll road agency since that time without Senate Repub confirmation The Senates actionended sev Mrs Julia W Pound White children scream for help He said j announced was twinj aiiu SHQlt Ol idate for the Republican nomination pass the 11 ito include tradeins and beer and liquor It had three facets The House Democratic ma to 10 to ing Authority was loaded withi fat Sen Thqmas Ehrgobd RLeba non made the remark after sit When contacted in Harrisburg Trimarchi told newsmen I am very pleased and cer tainly plan to do my utmost to e j t Jlsdit LI IlldllWll CC tour victims for almost an i c jj f ee the cat ice of County Auditor iiimn He said the four died of suffoca ncan ition from smoke The Interior Of A native of Indiana County Mrs j on public hearings at which Justify the confidence the Senate heads to re i 1 march serves as Republicans reused any help ing program in the proposed Lawrence spendcratic Committee a post he has ned more than ten years See 4 Col 1 dollar i get some more imam and y Township and after attending the township schools continued her education at Iswne clear must come State TeachersCollege and Gov Lawrence the conclusion that there Is jfPresiaefi Of Ireland hcan and Democratic lawmakers plent y fat iiv the bud J Appointed in vacancy in the Board of Auditors Mrs Pound has 1944 to fill aAdvisory Committee White Township ln contrast to last Weeks served on thai board since that Field egistration In County More Democrats than Reptibli Icahs registered yesterday at two locations in the county during the Ifirst day of field registrations At Rossiter 23 Democrats regis tered against 9 Republicans In Black Lick 29 Democrats reg listered and 23 Republicans added DELIVERS OWN BABY WHILE WATCHING MOVIE Mrs Virginia Smith 38 of Loijg Beach proudly holds Daniel David the son bhe delivered by herself while watch ing an old movie on early Sunday II was a good movie and I didnt want to turn it Mrs Smith said She awoke her husband after the baby was born They didnt go to the hospital or call a doctor but Mrs Smith said both she and the fifth childjwere doing fine AP Wirephotu Demo GOP Solons Back Ike On Berlin again offagain compromise under the gov lernors recordhigh on budget would receive in its operation WASHINGTON AP Presiitime except tor a period of dent Sean T OKelly of lreland7ears er Republican nor was welcomed to Washington to The GOP candidate has alwavs lawmakerswere conceding a tiling tne reclucst See 4 Col 1 the 195961 biennium I am particularly legal jday by President activein church civic and iBoth pronounced it a happy service activities throughout the1 Laugury that it happened on St county Patricks Day j Mrs Pound in announcing her Hie Wljite House rolled out a candidacy is making her first try green carpet at Washingtons a county office tional airport for this first visit ever by a president of Ireland I An honorguardof representa tives of all the services ringed by men in the Armys j green uniform provided a back jdrop j President Eisenhower arrived at tthe airport about ftye minutes ifore OKellys plane touched downj i services for the coming twoyear Ehrgood said That is a jump of almost the last biennium and avery high Ask Increase In Dorm Fees AtSTCs Teamsters Opposed To Labor Bills WASHINGTON Wil Bartman executive the borrowtobuild Ham H Ayres ROhio quoted a Teamsters Union official today that the Teamsters want no labor c e S WASHINGTON Father Two Children Die In Death Pact BIRMINGHAM Ala AP P Ascertain amount Vofcrystal Ayes did not identify the offi Two children wrote notes to was involved we often feltlcial other than as one of the top mother theneed for ia the Teamsters union io Then GeraldRay Glass kept log of events of the few minutes i Looking intoother His statement was made at a Labor subcommittee meet Russell C director of state authority when pressed by committee members to explain reform legislation but as an al how his department arrived at aitemative would prefer the bill figure of for inspection sponsored by Sen John F Ken fees said snedy Registrations in the office in the courthouse yesterday howevi retreat one But Democral ler shows that 17 Republicans United now has U at llW km Tlie the time when he subcommittee questioned the subcommittee meet P Congressmen of both parties f tv aSShSd leSJtol children lost consciousness and heads of the Board of Parole questioning of a repre nt Eisenhowers renewed vow that i ieglsia n Proppsmg a Of carij0n monoxide fumes instate Civil Defense Council on prosenatlve US Chamber of i r j i n i tiisGniiowcr s i iiicrGflsc ot 5k in dorrnitorv i men Irom our dutv m nerun i Jl the familv car inosed budget items for their de UUCJLCi After bei tedi OKelly at Pennsylvanias 14 state teacher signed up as qualified voters and establishment able to deter aggression only seven Democrats In his radioTV broadcast Monday night i s questioned his assertion that the stood Eisenhower on a1 colleges an adequate and effective military greencarpeted dais and declared j The extra money would be set of carbon monoxide fumes instate Civil Defense Council on of tne US Ciiamber of family car i posed budget items for their dej Commerce The notes penciledby Glass partmehts Geraid D Rei I ly chamber said Postponed until a special fund I spokesman and former member nnrt is pnmniotfwi wns a hpannp of National Labor Relations tiv H UV1IM WC C L t i i lt is as vou have so graciously aside in special funds of the U ls minutes to s competed was a hearing 1 M a n i n n 1 1 f 11 ttl 1 O n IM il I fU A M Ifntilvnl f t riti 4 VWU j iAv31VV lie itti t VIV II vni i I the President said ahappy augur that the first eral State Authority to cover 1S and he mo Changeof party reports show two cautiously opened the to a summertime summit meet official visit of the President of Utal replacement furniture and people in Rossiter changed to ng Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev provided Ireland should begin on St Patj equipment ft toihas been on 0 the Mlk The subcomramee lay the advance groundwork ISTC Change Initial Step HARRISBURG Wil Hayburn ntentlv 1 trust toda A emocratic and two also changed foreign ministers someh Republican i The change in Black tick yes Immediate congressional rcac terday shows two to Republican however and one to Democrat fc finrht vu f 11 xMAlH In the count v rftfiistration off ice i iigm rctuiur uimi viciu iu yesterday two persons of each parlhe Soviel Jemand that Allied jtv changed to the opposite party Droops leave West Berlin Since Dec 4 the first day ouf jchanges could be made in partyDTex I listened registration a total of 150 President s speech have registered Democratic and that Ins judgment ot the s S3 Republican is During the same period of time The reaction ot 66 Republicans changed to Democan Leader Cliark cratic and 60 Democrats went Indiana was typical ol liepubli publican caas The Presidents speech A corrected total of new regisdemonstrates his full realization rations since Dec 4 shows 216 of the situation and the tind of Democrats and 213 Republicans leadership we Registrars today are seawd Rep A S J Carnahan of Indiana State Teach Arcadia and Conemaugh J On a Democratic critiq of the ers would beconie Western Wednesday registration wilI be Presidents statements on United state University taken at Homer City and P e n n states defense said To Ijiear the lun President say we are hi pretty Homer City Legion Party toniie good shape militarily is of course Robins Midgets See Will 4 Cul 2 i ricks Day On this day the Irishi The bill was introduced Monday honor the apostle of the Gael The extra money turned over by Nowhere 1 venture to say is the colleges would be credited to this feast celebrated with greaterthem and made available for proj enthusiasm than here in the ects as needed United The capital fund would accum More than 300 spectators were ulate at the rate of a penny for to to oa hand oacl cubic foot of domitory built Steckel RLehigh said A brisk wind rippled the flags by the GSA Tlie furniture fund proposal to change the of the states held aloft by the would be built up at the rate of fbove he anoint tuation names of the 14 state teachers honor American flag per cent of original cost of college i an initial step to J of eucuj Coroner James 0 doing education facilities m 6 f ruled that Glass killed his only would be used primarily House f am beginning to get sleepy predominantly of Republican My heart is speeding up and makers gave earlv indications i i i a unifkn pumping fast the details it intends considermgr u a My eyes are droppy but otherin seeking justification for each1 Ayres conunented hat the wise normal allocation proposed by Gov LawTeamsters were in an organizing Were talking about God and jdnve to increase their member heaven Dr Richard Gerstell head of andprobably needed such Sheriffs deputies did not council of civil defense was picketjng the contents of the childrensBasked to justify a proposed boost PrPfer notes but said the sense of each of for training had s pluns for their ly recjuested from the governor snip and tnere is nothing in the J Kennedy bill that would prevent Ayres as a is one of proposal introduced in the which then House Monday national anthem The proposal in the Steckel bill greeted bv a series artd 8increment pay increases for agw personnel of Irish airs bv a Navv band Indiana Roller Rink St Pat ricks children10yearold Jerry struck up the Irish Dav Skate Floor newly yearold took his own cy The Soldiers resurfaced with plastic 18te See 4 Col 5 j See 4 Col 7 would drop the word teachers Spangled Banner from state teachers NJ Turnpike Men Strike NEW BRUNSWICK AP collectors and maintenance men struck against the New Jer sey Turnpike today but traffic flowed smoothly under a system reduced eusitopay tolls At a union meeting lhe strikers tliaateued to picket the 118mile superhighway unless the Turnpike Authority answers their demands by midnight The demands deal with griev ance machinery job classifies lions and the suspension of two maintenance men One issue which led to the 7 walkout was the right of em jlttyes to wear uaiAn buttons on their uniforms Inside The Gazette The KPSON SAYS first of two articles on civil defense appears today on page 6 See Peter Kdsiius ruliuuii Clark Scott Both Submit Jobless Bills WASHINGTON Pennsyl vanias two senators Joseph S Clark 0 and Hugh Scott introduced bills Monday aimed at alleviating the hardships of un employment Clarks bill would provide pub n Honor of St Free Frisky Irishmen Parade Today In NYC Reilly said neither the Kennedy nojthe administration labor con trol bill is adequate to halt labor racketeering and corruption He endorsed a farreaching la bor program sponsored by Chair man Graham Harden DNC of the House Labor Committee Bardeus bill he said contains what he termed the essential re quirements to end racketeering and corruption in the manage mentlabor field and assure demo cratic practices and control ot un ions by their Settlement Here In Civil Court Tho northsouth allstais clasli Friday at Waller Gym Kead aboul tins and utlur sports un pagis 14 aud 15 Other Features Lamp Mirror 19 WII UoVlUl Notes WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy windy and in i SijiurU I ItlA li By IRISH DONNELLY ing his debui as producer of one The Hgluing officially NHW YORK AP Freeand ii the oldest biggest and most the 165th Infantry Kfgirneni of the frisks Irishnun gathered loiluy splemlid annual parades in the New York Naiiunal Guard hud tot the St Patricks Day parade UmM States th hunor showing the way uf CJVll courl in An estimated sons and lhs was the first time in along Fifth Avenue for tlie juajaua saw jie settle lie assistance benefits for children auughtrrs of Frin assembled in thai the event was not unconsecutive year with ils 38piece 101 unemployed fathers Scotts battalions for the Fifth Avenue der tnt gulJaiue of John J SheabuivJ would extend lhe temporary honor Irelands pathan sidelined by illness Ahead of this iu the compensation exleni ron Jhe music of the day from himmarch was the color ision program an additional six The Oid aveuue sported a green djeds hands given in the flanked by two big Irish 0ver e months The present program extraffic siripe parade included such Irish favorhounds and accompanied by balaace of abill for pires March 31 Police worked all night erecting The Wearty little Jsutet Stray 5 Although Scotts bill would to restrain an estimated In8 the ijwn ODonuell Grand Marshal Williatw tend the program to Oct 31 it million spectators The IQ last some mem ot a suit between the cium Stone ami Homer R Cunainghutn defendant amounts to I y I r i would not permit the payment of expected more than 45 weeks io any inhours Thats the limit of the Harry M Hynes will occasional snow flurries tonight Low 13 to 20 Wednesday partly cloudy aud cool High 35 to 4 See 0 Biien resplendent in five Among the musicians was the and topper and a bright greeu St Laurence OTooJe Pipe Band and orange sash was the M Hynes a portly rudof Dublin a sight to behold in the No 1 spot in the parade vauia Irishman attired ia high kills vvith blue jacketss Col 1 hat and UilcuiV nwi triuimed in greea white j t material owaed bv R gcuug Page 4j f ivourse   

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