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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY x An Indiana County Newspaper That Everjr Member of the Family Tlte later Is its always later than tWijk i S City County EDITION Volume 184 ja Saturday March 21 1959 Telephony HO 55555 Sevan Ctfrti PUN n RedHeld Tibet In Lhasa Capital Of Nation By WATSON SIMS NEW DELHI India Fighting is racing in icapital of Communist helcij Tibet the I n d i Foreign ministry reported today A terse midnight radio re1 port from the Indian repre isentative in The Rtfof of the jWorld said Fighting in im jmediate vicinity of Situation tense and I This was all that was received here suggesting the possibility that radio only free world link1 with Tibet may have been cut Off I The Indian consulate is just out side Lhasa between the Dalai Lamas summer and winter pal aces which are only two miles I apart i The uprising was sparked ac cording to the Indian press by an order to the 25yearold godking from the Chinese command j in the capital telling him to re jport at once without bodyguards The whereabouts of the Dalai TRUCKKR IS AIRBORNK Com ad Blay left is a prelty husky he really isnt holding up the trunk driven by Frank ii cab was uphill on Sheridan Denver when his load of lumber shifted rearward and the next moment his cab was point ing towards the sjty Blnys negotiated the hill without incident AP Wirephoto Use ofFunds i Lama who is worshipped by the Tibetans as their Velig Qj Jj I ious and political leader was not known 1 See In 3 Col 1 DOUBLE spring in the air in the South a teenagers thought naturally turn to love this girl apparently is playing it two ways The trio WHS a passing photographer at a high school baseball game at Charlotte AP Wirepholo Farewell Spring Storm Leaves 2 Dead In West HARRIvSBURG Senate committee probing operations in the State Public Instruction De partment today sought a legal nil AF Fires Recovery ile In 2 Leaders In 2d Day Of Talks By J M HKJHTOWER GETTYSBURG Pa AP President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold JiVIaemillan agreed today on a jformula for offering to So jviet Premier Chev the prospect of a sum mit conference later this year proposed draft of the meeting plan was Jispflfdied im mediately to the French and Ger man and the other NATO allies for their reaction The formula when fully ap proved will be included in a new note to Moscow on negotiations over the Berlin crisis and Ger man problems generally The Western powers had already agreed to propose aforeign min isters meeting at Geneva begin ning May hold out at least the possibilityof a followup summit conference Todays was nounced by S and British press officers immediately after it was reached Presidential press secretary James C Hagerty with British spokesman Peter Hope at his elbow reported to newsmen j on the progress of the erMacmillan discussions at Camp David in these words i Both hope nd I can say thai there is complete agreement be tween our two governments that We aje looking to negotiations as a means of settling controversies in Europe that on the general Ijne on which we think the reply to the ed By KING CAPE CANAVERAL FJa The Air Force hurl futuristic ICBM warhead far out over the Atlantic Union Claims rarmers ASK m the fiinds rocket today Higher Prices shea by i 7n t t u I Tlie huge twostage rocket a modified combination of nearby Maryland momttates at MEADV1LLE Pa A can be de the intennediate range Thor and Vanguaid appeared1 to perlfeW t union official says that more Jl form perfectly during the minutes it was hi sight after a Eisenhower and j more western N farmers are willing to consider a i clash between a committee 11 for higher milk prices LI IFkt lllgllWI IUIIIV l j 1 William Diamond president ofbfr a Justlce Department aide ocal 733 of the Milk Producers j hearing Friday lllcfA spectacular blastoff their regular advisors were joined Continue Voter Field Registration By Thc Associated Press t A COLUMBUS Ohio flash of light in rapid succession 1 Field Registrations in Indiana County yesterday show nine Demo crals and eight Republicans sign ed up in Plumville with three prei registered voters changing i tc Democrat I In the courthouse registration office yesterday five persons signi Local Handlers and Producer John D Killiam deputy attor itors Union said regional meetings ney general objected to i of dairy farmers were held thisjing the expenditures illegal I ITT IP week in Mercer Indiana atidj When you have no legal limiPcTnut in snrine tndav after unleashing a Armstrong counties He said to spend it how can you out 10 spiing rouajr diier d farmers voted 100 pei cent to spend it queried Sen Thomasperhaps but mavbe just a little indicated that the second stage of i farewell storm Inday that brought near bhzzaid a iEhrgood one of five bit dumb even for a gorilla the 80foot launching vehicle had laud to parts of the Southwest and three tornaj He said more meetings are committee members 1 call it il Anyway thats the view of psyj ignited i does that caused little damage to lexas scheduled in Butler on cluatrists who for 26 months have Up to now the Air Force Spring began today at a m EST iday jn Dorset Ohio on Tuesday I Hie controversy developed afterstudied Columbus famed toretrieve one of the Two persons died in Colorado from exertions blamed on and in Kinsman Ohio on Wedtestimony Dr first ever to be bom in tiny cones that are vital in aiding the snow there jnesday F Alderfer that four department captivity missile scientists to develop the I After the series of region a l employes had their wages charged The scientists have a partial exgitjmate nuclear warheadshield southeast ready to recover the cone after it splashed into thej Rumbold4 presence along with such regular counselors such as and then a tiny Jersey Pike Strike Ends 3 P One tornado struck near Tren ton 50 miles northeast of meetings are completed Diamond to fne rund planation for the sub intellect of for such IGMs of the future as sajd the Jocals executive Suffering TOO Much SI ays Wife boardj Alderfer explained that the 1957 the gorilla born in theColumbus the Titan and Mtnuteman AP Her Dallas destroying or damaging jwju decide whether to call for a I Legislature set upa program for Zoo her mother was suffering Five previous flights in 10 Buffering was jus too much for me live houses and six barns Anotheristrjke vote jschool eye and ear testing and apjrom toxemia at the time of them0nths tliree of them with tinyto asfrnght I prayed all tornado uprooted trees and dam Diamond said the local for the birth white mice aboardall resulted in asked God what to aged two houses as it brushed the braces well over dairylLater the Assembly repealed the The fact Colos imagination hasfajiure although two of the Thor Thatl said detective NEW BRUNSWICK N J AP ed as Democrats and four as New Jersey Turnpike auththree badly at Paxton a village publicans while one voter changed ority announced today its striking of about 200 persons 40 miles south to Democrat lo collectors and maintenance of Marshall near the Louisiana Thursdays registration in Decknun would return to work at 3 line northeast edge of Marshall Tex j farmers jn western Pennsylvania j program but allowed the The third damaged 22 homes and includes farmers in New Yorkjpriation included in separate legsince i and Ohio who ship milk into Pennislation to stand almost no development she was six months old wasj taken as proof that the female See AF 3 Col 2 MV i g MW Meantime at State College Gov sdll janks third behind man andQue GfOSS Fife Diamond said the Pennsylvania j Lawrence predicted that Dr the chimpanzee on the intelligence v sylvania yearold Hope gav9 day after the fatal shooting of his wife Ada 89 as she slept in their Winds up to howled i specified that farmers shall re W W Wanamaker executive across the Texas Panhandle FriCeive a minimum price of onerated by the probe tiny sin rector of the 118mile superhigliday night piling up snow in threeper hundredweight 464 Wades charge of ay said thc regular ticket sysloot drifts Blowing snow reducedfor Class I and lA milk which mismanagement by Boiehm gi in in use on the hitihwav will visibility to ic h Thp of gered the inquiry meeting ers Point shows four Democrats and six Republicans In Alverda theje were eight new Democrats director and three Republicans Four preway Iviousiy registered voters changed lem in use on the highway will visibility to js top quality The Dept of to Democrat reinstituted at that time Hie The Texas Highway Department Agriculture Diamond said sets aj Office registrations Thursday inturnpike operated on a flat fee closed all roads in the Texas Pan1minimum price for lower grades eluded tliree Democrats aivl one basis during the walkout handle north of the Canadian niilk Republican The announcement came shortly er because of the drifts It said Diamond said fanners now re On Monday Mar 23 300 of the 450 strikers were the drifts in the Texline area were cejve an average price of a will be in Clyiner at he by their union leaders at a s big snow plows had for all grades of Building and in the Firemans meeting in Highblown that a tenmoving them niilk 1lall in Saltsburg tative agreement to settle the five All highways out of Amarillo Diamond said these minimum Hours for the field registration day walkout had been reached except Highways 87 and prices automatically become the Vie from 10 to 3 and The strikers delayed a vote on l8 to the south were closed bemaximum prices paid to fanners b to 9 j returning to work until leaders of cause of poor visibility because of competition the union Local 1511 State Counj See 3 Col C jty and Municipal Employes could get the agreement in writing j Dance tonite Control Commission has Charles H Boehm public instrucjscale of the primates tion superintendent wpuld be exi MARION CENTER Marion Asked why he had not defended set re h in Child S Col 1 jBethesda Md McBride said Hope planned to She has been under close scruCenter firemen yesterday extinkill himself also But his 32caIi since the day of her birth igufshed a grass fire on the Horace ln pistol fell from his trembling on the long observation I Steele property in East Mahoningi hands and Hie moment for sut given Friday at the annual Twp was passed meeting of the Society for Rei They received thc call at Its all told Mrs Fire Leaves DT Tfce Gazette he said there is noth ing binding to prevent producers Sat tfx from paying more to the dairy CLYMER Fire swept across 85 acres of three tarms near here yesterday leaving damages esti mated i Clyiner firemen said the ground on the following properties E Furman lit Paul Montgomery UO and Blair Docker five A chicken loiip desiioyed on the Fur iiian tarin 1iremen said the grass bwmed within ten lecl of the Fur man property before it was halted JIMMYS Robert S AJJen directs his attention today to the Fence wants tu give Jimmy Stewart See page 6 COACH OF THIS Walter StaplrUm is named Indiana coachof ear Keatl abuut this and other sports oa pmjes 6 and 7 Palm Sunday Observance Set star Air YORK Sun i celebration of Christs i triumphant arrival in Jerusalem I five days before his j will be observed throughout the j Christian world Sunday In Address To Lawrence Blames Auto Dealers Tavern Owners In Tax Defeat Development at There was no property damA Ida Deshant a neighbor who age heard the shot and rushed into the house to see what had happened Hope told police his wife had been in poor health for 10 years Hope was charged with homi cide Hope retired as a streetcar wov torman more than 20 years ago Chief Warns Of Brush Fires By LEONARD A UNGER he said was imposed by automot U was a reference to the Repub SlATE tOLLEGE Pa bile dealers because of their opilican stand against any ballot help Gubernatorial blame for defeat of position to bringing auto tradeins tor the sales tax on the first roll a bipartisan plan to increase the under sales tax coverage fall ou grounds that in 1933 the corning the burping ol brush 3 per ceni sales tax to per We are fighting to keep the then Democratic minority refused rash of grass first dur ing the past two Fire Chief William Simp sua to iMiue ww oiog ieui today on the doorstep sales He pointed out that dry off food and to give even a single vote for en and high winds at this of automobile dealers and tavern he told the Pennsylvania Society HIimeut of the one per cent sales keepers Gov 1 awieuce placed it of Newspaper Editors during there session a levy The governor said he would Other Features Friday night iu describing the two Asked specifically if he ascribed meet with Republican groups as the strong lobby that defeat of the sales tax bill to beer legislative leaders next year make U especially people be careful buruiug debris left from The day marks the start of Holy influenced some oi the 17 House and liquor and automobile dealer week to work out a course of ac at thousands of churchesDtMuucralic rebels voted he irplifd iu tiou fur of Uiei n iw it IV Obituaries 4 II Tbealci lowo tera j culminating in prayers gad speagainst the 54 dollar word it See political ad of Affy Buteii Ibugh for Dislricl 12 iS4 WEATHER and cold orcasinnal snow tunight and Sunday 1ov tomghf 18 Ui 28 High fluidity iitx whea tbe re services on Guod Friday measure Thursday turns to Harrisburg March 31 tftj jaud pivparutiou for the high point Using the term saluou luwreiice vtus catetul in uoi ater Easter recess of Uxe Christian Easter Lawrence said the tivera owners tributing the same pressure to The session may be held Tues the following Sunday j applied pressure on lawmakers to House Republicans who voted Palms die tree oppose a pjovision that would ext blot against the measure Their 1 awieact aboul branches strewn before Jesus will tend the sales UK to liquor and vote said the governor was possible economies be distributed in many The same type of pressure 3 DaAW fly t tg the aoauttl 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