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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 19, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEW iwfltiimi Mtt put hef back en his feet fey the car r Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Stifti Ewy Member Family 182 City EDITION Indiarta Pennsylvania Thursday MarcK 19 TAX INCREASE Firm Reasonab 1 Approves Cigaret Tax Hike Greeted By Nixon At Field Spring Arrives Early In County Spring arrived two days ear ly in Indiana County Although Ihe season isnt of ficially due until March21 In diana Countains were treated to a preview today with a bright WASHINGTON AP sun skies and warm air jBritish Haroldj This spring preview was en Macmillan arriving for lalks W thousands of counlains with President i who took of the al MULTlCOlJf PIXBALLS UNDER FIREMultlplecoined pinbali machines like his one mav wlin mostbalmy weather to spend a be banned throughout the state if a Superior Court ruling is not upset at a higher judicial level rcallefl toclay lor Western poll few hours outside today State Police Harrisburg are awaiting a full study of the ruling before tncy will take any action Clfs Combine firmness to ball tlie niatfhillPS witll in to banthe machines ivjij any acinill 1 photo by Siposj reasonableness in nego s MultipleCoin Pinba Facing Ban In County jliations with the Soviet Union on German problems j f am Macmillan told Vice President Richard M Nixon and other officials whoj met him at theairport that the Soviet leaders realize that they like we have a common interest in avoiding j What Nikita Asks Disclose High Level NBlast By JOK F KANE WASHINGTON AP By LEONARD A HARHISBURG Mouse knocked clown Gov kaure lices Proposal k boost sales tax from j u per cent at an curly morning j session today but unanimoiis fly approved a cenfapack in in the cigarette tax The final vote on the sales tax was 86109 but the House Democratic leadership moved immediately to renew consid eration of the measure when the legislature reconvenes on March 31 after an Easter re jcess NAW MOSCOW Premier offer SELECTEDGen Lyman Kentucky ICoal Strikes on their trip to Moscow West today to come up IQ i n i said was endorsement crete Ideas for a summit confer Multiplecon pinball machines may be outlawed m Inof Ihe principle of resolving difence blunt rhe threat diana County if a decision handed down yesterday by the ftrences between nations by neo threat of war State Superior Court results in a statewide ban theRation and not by force fvi Germany The Soi Tins was a worthwhile UHion is ready he asserted For two hours Khrushchev earths measure and OIier lormed an Jectronic sheet enough votes to fill the gap creat that circled most of Ihe world ed by no votes cast by 17 Demo A responsible official outItalic insurgents side the Defense Department ln contrast to the partisan strife Lemnitxer poed said the lesls a Iiemendous the sale tax vote the House behig nominated by President were aa effort to aPProved an increase in the Eisenhoweriifo take over as Armv spread a shield through which from four cents Chief of staff next liny 1 missiles could not fly five to a ISOmil Lemnitzer 59 has been the I Defense Department officials rh KMI Wlrt nf Armys Vice Chief of Staff since confirmed Wednesday nHit tlriti is designed to raise 25 the blasts had been set ofKsecretly See 12 Col 1 last September for both military and scientific test purposfes But AP i they declined to discussthe mili tary angles Other sources reported however that the tests explored sibility of generating al an altitude1 of 300 a diffusion of i neutrons whict in u v v July 1957 He will succeed Gen Slays Mom f On Money KPWAW XT t Wi NJ Youths For Photo Fage 12 XENIA Ohio AP A freight South Atlanflc em policies for the The rulling by the Superior and on other German issues position Hes Court stems from a State Police AH of us m this government enough to know passengers in a tiaic railroad September i raid i IOST anr in tliic u XcTchaS 3r Arrested hor Lnce and a request for National TC I I ft A dav t ll 1 I I I nin OlMlt r A a rr police to destroy i Soviet Union along tlie tracks would order all Macmillan s talks with had announced found 75 feet beyond the car 1 ITiailliai eek reliefbv askine for a 1C Jilu in Pennsylvania destroyihower opening Friday will conone new pointhis governments ITie of Mrs White training order against the United charged with larcenr after the upheld the Fayette bute to Western unity willingness to sit down with theand the other adult in the car i line Workers apprehended for taking a Crippled Macmil an said the West on May 11 at the foreign Mrs Teanette Randall 39 were qiri W Lea heads uamets an exconvict strode Just how the electronic shield could halt a missile or f m5 from explodingwasnot The shots were fired from naval give him moner He also his sister shot hep collection OUUM uiucis wuuiu nave 10 come embers reaffirmed Us decision from a local store Saturday their headquarters in Harris to sign the new contract Scheduled for this afburg jg Uie basic wage from to ternoon before justice tf ihe peace Disfrict j We intend to halt all our RrtSTS that he ig operations until the couri Indiana and the ides on the said Robert Bernon G George 19 folcomb association home on furlough from the It was Holcomb who peiitionediArmy I ic governor for troops but Chanj Investigation by Detective Ser ier replied that state police Harry H Owens and Patrolj le situation in nand ninn Charles McAdoo re Advised of the associations suited in theapprehension of the lans Carson Hibbitts president trio I District 30 u js reported the container had confident we will get in change in it TO impartial treatment from all According to the police the young Hibbitts said the union is He said I expect there will be a volun tary withdrawal of the machines hi Indiana County if clearly shows that it applies to Coal Exec Asks Troop Use In Testimony For US Jury Daniels who stands 6 feet 2 and weighs pounds was charged with murder The sister Lorraine Taylor 22 was also shot by her brother po lice say The sing lodged in her back She was taken to a hospital where her condition was reported as fair Police say Mrs Taylor was sho Daniels then backed off to Jesus Quotes YORK document perished pie girls were returning home frotln a library here where RGH Ap Gabriel had been studying for merit J7 Mannarino long sought w badges They lived in Beaver5 the for questioning ward the door angry because creek a rural commuteralout rackets in sister and his mother wouldnJ suburb between Xenia andiPennsylvailia today testified begive him any money fore a federal grand jury i You wouldnt shoot your moth Mannarino suntanned and MrsDaniels was quoted Dayton about The accident happened miles west of Xenia Joked wiUl newsmen before Kenneth Wand father of one mf the Jliry Joom PPed illto her just below the caliber bullets then inen stopped at the lunch counter a in Murphys Five and Ten and abiding organization and will upon leaving took the container hide by whatever decision the with them The container was dis for a specific purpose in Fayette Col A F Dahlstjom of the to eastern Kentucky to restore unknown i law and order ports French scholar 1the body Pennsylvania State Police headjp quarters in Harrisburg has quoted as saying he would suit with the attorney Oil The attorney Joseph Lewis Existence of the document was i operators in disclosed Wednesday night by etcher and Pike Oscar Cullman professor of an audience to Christianity ai the Sorbonne Paris in a lecture at Union ft o the car Then he foundrurgh accomPail1ftd Mannariuo toi Atter he finished it he pulled a dy of his daughter Linda the federal building and waited in Pisto1 fr0m his pocket locked hall Mannarino a New door aud Demanded money Then Kensington resident testified the shootings took place Police records show that Dan irls i sure way to keep a home iels has a whidi nv yraa uin t gtiun ai un rviiirn HOWSdaVS IS bV buVinfi a Of 1Spe narCOtlCS CTatuf ourts may handdown carded in a trash can of a neighthe question of a suuewide bani Theological Seminary i nia Wilver trailerfrom McGill Motors of lareucy burglary and break and Issue in the involves boring store iof the machines after the Siilj Innrta lor The document Cullman said is A I we e 2 years old J82 ike Bell Harlan Perry and The identification of a finger Perior Courts decision has been fus suid We would J comparable in importance to ted in studied in full lo Present to ou immeDead Sea and of pven j viwu a i nitiri it o v i i i i u in iinijiii irtlictr iu lllB etcher countiesgo prinl on the container resulted instudied in full lo to ou immeDead Sea and of Men e wage dispute the apprehension of one of the Cambria Countys district 8ent and dtre noed torgreater significance to students of Some operators say the and wjtnesscs in ney David C Wolfe joins with UniUd btalos Anil in New A E1 c UTPH lo restOlft Ami fe E 12 Col S identifying the trio See 12 Col 8 Seeks Release Of Convict For k Crazed ExConvict Kidnaps Mom 3 Children Threatens Torture CHARLESTON AP dont want money 1 want vengein the Pcniteniiary at olice threw all resources into the carch today tor a crazed ex Helicoplers droned over creeks Payne proposed lo use his can onvict who HidnappeiJ a frantic and valleys of souUiern West Virlives as a wedge to force Surch lothej and three children He ginia while 75 state troopers ers release irealened to torture and kill pressed a ground search for Rich To save the children the note lem unless the governor reard Arlen Payne 2U who forcibly read i demand only the FBI a personal enemy from the took the four at gunpoint on this case llule peniUnlmry so he could day nighl Payne entered the home of John m him sate police called Payne an esII Baldwin 31 early Wednesday Cecil H Underwood tlew tremely dangeamis menial case night on tlie preiense of wantiiik Washington today as previous In the rambling fivepage tito use the telephone planned to meet with federal rtde addressed to Underwood he Then he whipped out a pistol ighway ofhcials He declined named u convict Burton Junior and threatened to kill ihe whole inmem saying the case was in Poit better known as Junior Starfamily Baldwin told police od hands with the state police cher whom Payne knew when The crazed exconvict bound charge and that they had full Payne was serving time for Baldwin his wife Fluia 9 and uthonty to act armed robbery riieir children Susan 5 lianny Only you the power to The note 7 and Kenneth 10 Methodically live them trom certain death by My purpose is to kill aud tolie gauged each oae my read the take the head of my worst enemy He ignored Mrs Baldwins Me penned by Che exconvict is now out of reach He is See 12 Col restore and preserve The Dcad Sea scrolls were dis r covered in 1947 by Coal operatorsin P ke County men near the coast of the asked Gov A B i handler tor NaUead Sea The tional Guardsmen Wednesday but bv im vears al Hebrew Anna who was 11 Six were killed outright and three were deud on arrival at a hospital W R Murray of Columbus en gineftr of the Pennsylvania Rail road s threediesel express freight said the car slowed down as it approached the crossing He He was not available for com nunt on the Lewis appeal 125 ha said The speed limit for trains in that is 50 the representative of operators fn the four counties and Kuck Co of the Pike County Independent Coal Operators Party tonite Thurs tfx N DeWitt Roy Brazil Leader Faces Problems and sign authored bv NDeWitl the presidents private plane coin Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON Peter Edsun Iuiiiiiunis today on the siiiiaiion between llast and West Berlin Sethis eoliuiui on puge 6 INDIANA Ats The Indiana ACs play in the Lai rube tonight Tliis auti otluuspurts on pajjes 22 and ii Creeue County The biggest tragedy was thai there wus no flasher light there Thais a bad crossing and we the school board foughi Jor flashers and didnt get it This is inexcusable ia a populated Quell Grass Fires who is touring South America with a group of UiS Kditois and By IV QeWITT KAV trom Rio In Venezuela we also met the president of thar nation and he too centered his discussion with us on Ms unbalanced budget RIO Dt JANEIRO in oar hotel at Rio 1 mat Ihe president or Brazil is taced newspaperman from Prague with problems similar to of Mwke heads of other Somh American1 We argued oii frifiMJly tenui countries ihe budget and inflafor several hours ou tint doctriuea lion Uur of I onHininiiin He is a Comma met h i m m a through and ilirousli but conference here he fuuldnt answer iny favqrito Indiana Firemen responded to Alarch 14 and what is a Olher Feafures SI u 10 WEATHER Jncreasing cloudiness windy tonight 36 to Cloudy and occasional shovsers Friday High 50 to 59 two tire alarms this afterouilined the inoon getary of One alarm was sounded for a fire ns country lo three miles south of Indiana on rtaiipn as is Rouie 119 in tin Unit alarm called States a tire about three and a half miles making it difii south of Indiana on Route SO cult for Brazil i There is no report of serious and other South m either fire to keep their budgets ifl fcae We euttuaiaea UJ de Janeiro aewspaper pie of city W One of the awsaiM hwe pareivtiy Heaid of ntf wnh ihe wnter becifept nw duriog wy j   

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