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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County Newspaper That Every the Family t niraiuiipuriiint fw t sitcccssfol 1ft high fidelity i i i V 181 Sixteen Two Sec tfans v 3 Vl v k OKs Stewart A ovements tfjf wm wm M ym mm wm sisto V To Sign intent Tomorrow Notification today by the federal government that the projected improvements to the Jimmy Stewart Airfield are approved prompted the Indiana County Commiss ioners H C McCormick Dee Miller and H A Orr to go a head today with the airport project Todays notification by the Fed Jeral Aviation Agency cleared the iway for action tomorrow concern ing the paving and lighting of the local airfield i According to the plan themain j runway jyill be extended to feet and will be paved with ade quate lighting for night operations It is expected the commissioners i tomorrow will enter into a grant agreement in compliance with thej previous application with the Unit ied States accepting the grant of ithe government for the construe tion of the project As soon as the construction con j tracts are prepared they will exe Icute a construction contract with jthe New Enterprise Stone and jLjme for the general construc jtion and the Airways Construction BODY FOUND Body of Candy Rogers 9 above was fourtd in a woods near Spokane to day She had been missing since Mar 6 andan autopsy showed she had been dead fqr two weeks She had been raped and strangled AP Wirephoto Police Vow To Girl1 WALKER j WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower is ex jpected to tell state governors jtoday that iinless they spon jbroaden state jobless aid laws pjCpngress may step in and en act compulsory federal stan darcls j Eisenhowerinvited the execu tive committee of the Governors Conference to the White House tp ways to improve the fed eralstate unemployment compen sation Eisenhower has repeatedly urged the states to improve the i amounts and duration of benefits under their programs They have responded but not to the degree he has asked Meanwhile a numri her of Democrats in Congress are advocating federal legislation in view Of the nearly five million1 presently unemployed Ifnder the present system dat ing back to the Democratic New Deal the federal goyernmqm lev mm wm m j ies a payroll of up SPOKANE AP An 7 JB to Set an unofficial booth at one 1iT puting claims one reason phone crtfcftSt Marys and the Airways Construction SPPKANE AP An Electric Wildwood vowed official worlds irecfSd of in 4 the lighting and kilet of Candy Rogtstsa Camptfre girl whose tav frV nobody can move to answer the Ike Approye Three Point Plan jfecal wlJrk 1 vyearoldCamjJffre girl whosetav j Thfe cost of the improvement toiisned body found in a clump I I the airfield are divided arnftag the of woods after a 16day federal state and local govern WeH put every available man ment on the case and keep them there One half of the cost is from feduntil the thing is said Po eral funds and one fourth each lice Chief Clifford Payne father from the state and courtly govern of a daughter aged 9 ment Pennsylvania has approved We know what were looking payment of its share of the costs for now Were looking for a ma j In Swindle IhContest Jiusseiii a Ff aiicJBco yesterday following Pan American World Airlines plahe Hussein 23 plans to spend a menAit was too early to draw any Middle Egypt arid Iraq a botiqust of Airportat Sart the latter s a rtvival by iToni Honolulu tlie S He told news Fishing Trawler Blamed WASHINGTON The United States Monday tentatively accused the So viet fishing trawler NovonU susk of responsibility for breaking live transatlantic cables off Newfoundland last month This country demand led that the Soviet govern ment take steps to prevent such damage in the future The note presented to the Foreign Office in Moscow reject eel a Soviet protest against the boarding of the trawler on Feb 26 by an officer and four men from radar picket escort ship Roy 0 Hale The United States said there was no basis for a Soviet pro test and contended that the board ing was fully justified and proper under international agreements relating to underwater telephone and telegraph cables The government of the United States reserves the right to make such claims for damages as may be found to be warranted the Soviet government was notified j Russia was also informed that ithe United States expects it to i take effective measures to pre yent Scfviet fishing trawlers on i the high seas from damaging or cutting submarine cables in the I In addition the United States said it intends to continue to ful fill its responsibility for protec tion of cables Apparentlythis j meant tniit 4f cable Breaksthe United States doci whatever necessary to j investigateand repair them in duelingthe boardingof any Soviet j fishing vesselssuspected ofcaus i ing trouble WASHINGTON president and I Minister Harold proposed that I Western Allies adopt a threepoint apprqach to a summit j Econference with Soviet Premier Nikita JChrushchey this summer l 1 Eisenhower was reported to consideras finey the re Isuits of the discussions he began with Macmillan Fri day A British spokesman described the prime minister as m if IVhappy and Will Enforce New Forking Meter Hours Beginning this weekend per sdns parking cars at meters in WASHINGTON FBI todayannounced the arrest of 11 Q J UiefS He said it appeared the child persons in what it described as a swindle involvin had been picked up on a street corner raped strangled with a piece of her own slip then buried puzzle contests under a pile of brush miles fromi FBI Director J EdgarHoover all within a few hours 17 said tlie swindle operations days ago crossed the border NEW DELHI Prime Min j iiiuvv ucjLjni iviii Never before has Spokane or itsFBIagents pickad up four fighting apparently has subsided in TViliro IWICfkric in flivmif ji t i i i stirred bv On Charges Of Larceny Two area teenage youths wht stole a crippled childrens er from the C Murphy in Indianalast week pleaded Different Dotes Sites For Twins JACKSONVILLE III AP born on different dates in different hospitals were thriving today The infants daughters of Mr and Mrs Charles Englund of White Hall were born Wednes day and Thursday in White Hall and Jacksonville Expecting a multiple birth Mrs EngUmd entered White Hall Hospital Wednesday and a daughter weighing 7 pounds ouncs was born Wednesday af ternoon Hours later when the second Child failed to appear doctors decided to moVe Mrs Englund to Passavant Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville where more ade quate facilities were available in case a Caesarcan section was necessary Tne second child arrived through normal birth Thursday Vftsrooon She weighed 8 pounds The father ii a science teach er at White Hall High School lore Grass J arm Today By today the lajdjana Fire men had responded to two grass as warming temperatures ried the grass and made it pos ible for people to continue their Spring cleanup Indiana Fire Chief William Simp son last week issued a warning oncerning the starting of grass Tires by persons who carelessly kiart tires to burn brush Eisenhowerwas reported Io con sider as fine the results of the discussions he began with Macniiij meters Ian here Friday A British spokes1 This announcement was made man described the prime minister as happy and Macmijlan arrangeda morning meeting at the British Embassy with the top economic ex perts Britain protested to the State i Department in Jaiuary the award to American a up Hunting ajjjjcti ciinv nas suujjiueu inuienoeian capital andSM force been so persons in Qregon three in Michithe Indian government has no inteiitiorr of anterveriine case The pretty gan two m Pennsylvania and one the revolt against Chinese Communist rule ifster Nehru today saidi m we the Tibetan capital Annaintlv trie in T m Lha the lndianprime mmiste u has somewhaf reported Indiana Borough on both fourthgrader vanished March in Indiana and Wisconsin and Saturday nights will have to while selling Campfire mints door Tjiey were charged with deposit money in the parking j to door near her home Uspiracy to vfolate federal laws uu 1 Police found boxes of mints mailfraud and fraud by wire Nehru lold Parliament he had scattered near a bridge in the 12 Similar charges havebeen filed no rehablc information on the fate today by officer in charge of the i hours that followed the disappearagainst two other persons in Canaf fie Lama Tibets IndianaBorough Police Harry ance then ran irtto a blank wallda and a resident of and political H Owens i despite 750 tips from substantial of these three is in custody leader he could only hopej Until now because of the skjd row bums tea i Two Portland was sate j I1U urawing jpr posmons on change of opening nights for Inileat Three searchers in Oregonian and The Journal The Hong Kong correspondent the primary election ballots will diana stores the police have not ian helicopter were announced several ot the Times of India rpnortpH thp killed in a crash they had heard reports Thousands of volunteers combed newspaper puzzle contests arrest Lhasa his capital sioiiers liar nrrltif iiH i Tressler 142J Indiana one Draw Positions for Primary The drawing for positions on uiumim onfl dollar ordered to make restltutiod of the stolen property arid sen tenced to the Western Correctional Diagnostic Clinic at Western State Penitentiary for a period of frorq one to two years James Richard Cowosfei Indiana J pleaded guilty and was been checking the meters at the new store hours Now that the 210 contract for two hydraulic tur i bines on which the English Elec trie Co had bid about lower There have been other dis puted trade incidents i This was what happened be tween Eisenhower and Macinillan over the weekend The two men returned here late j Sunday from Camp David in the Catoctin Mountains near I Gettysburg Pa They had spent of heir waking Jiours there since discussing meas deul with the Soviet threat ito West Berlin and related issues including a broad range of Ger man and European security prob lems i They attended church in the morning at Thurraont then Hunched and received reorts from See 2 Col I J lie Journal lllt uorresponaenr the primary election ballots will Ist pcu gulliy an3was I weeks ago of the Times of the be conducted April 1 according tenced to the Pennsylvania Indus s of a fix young godking was under house to the Indiana County Commisitrial Schoal at Camp Hill le arrest in Lhasa his canital The sinned I The judge pointed out that these sentences handed down after i considermg the past record of Jury Room of the cdurfc youths dLUl c 1IUUI a liilW III at lUO vumucu 713 aiwixvi directions have been corrected the canVon elow Candys home I They dropped such contests fromreport said Peiping had ordered nrawincs beeln at qlfl in the sentences w on themeters and shoppers have along the banks of thetheir papers and asked the FBI the Chinese military governor of Grand Jurv of the oAiIrt ui vuuif vnnt is on themeters and shoppers have lscoured aong the banks of thetheir papers and asked the Chinese military governor of U R th considering the past record of the acclimated themselves to the Canyons Spokane River investigate Officials in PortTibet Gen Chang Ching Wu to youths new shopping hours the police old cars apoloiand Joined in the request the Dalai Lamacon Any W the candidates not an Ji C0llrt have been instructed to check Bes of repul Hoovers announcement said the sidered by Tibetans to be the re pearinK the drawincwill have ge sentenced Nicholas the parking meters on both Frijable residents investigation showed that answers incarnation of Buddhato come their names drawn for position Indiana RID day and Saturday nights until 9 The nothing Television U 2 Col See 2 Col 2 on thepriniarv ballots i f the local ma pleaded tq oclock appeals by Catholic and Eoisconal la larceny charge Father Dies Son Hurt In Crash WXJANSPORT Ind AP A car carrying a father racing to report a fire collided with an other car carrying his son who had just heard about the fire The cars collided headon today on a narrow bridge The father Elmer Stout was killed The son Kenneth 28 was injured and taken to a hos pital The home was destroyed Tenn Mine Blast Claims Nine Lives Inside The Gazette OUR S V1KWS Tvvo additiunal letters to the editor editorial page See page e GIRLS Sultsburg Giilt play U d According To Democrat Floor Lawrence Tax Program J 1 if II M t m fses Said Still Up In the AirRegistration Office Open Four Nights Kowchuck was fined one dollar j ordered to make restitution of tha stolen property and sentenced the Western Correctional Diagnos tic Clinic at the Western State Penitentiary for from one to years Kowchuck had taken acoat from local high school and two ses from a local store ROBB1NS Tenn ex plosion shattered a small coal mine near here today Bodies of tour men were recoveredsoon HARRISBURG ffi Rep week atler the meeting with the menibejDemocratic majority vo alter the blast Five other men Stephen House Democra governor ted against the bill i were believed dead tic floor leader said today the Rep W Slum Helm chairman McCann said however rhai Sheriff D E Rosser identified problem of gettina the Lawrence of the Gop Hoilse Policy Commitvn said however that the ie victims as Oscar West of OnftiJproWem lftc tee said that jn th t vote not a true picture of the lS3V2pei cent sales Democrats were to raise mmiberj of Democrats opposing1 are featured on todays plosion the victims as Oscar West of OneM da the mine operator Hubert Phillips Elmer Phillips ancTtaxbil1 theHouse was enougl Bernard Yancey still up in the House The sheriff said it was doubtful McCawi said he would be able cus have to consider pro to say more later in the week the votes fjr the lax pro First reports attributed the a Ut whelhe1 woiUd 1 lle said the actual The Indiana County Commission I HI i t a Republican cannumber uould be a lesser figure ers announced today that the voter than registration office will be open Helm said a GOP caucus lastextia hours durinS he coming as otthe belief week to enable last voters ex io A gas pocket in the be to muster a seiinfmal tonight in the Pittsburgh Tliis and oliitr sports ou pages PB Market closed till Thurs due to death in family Other 15 S uu City Rifle Reasons Hams Party toaite WEATHEK Fair and warmertonight Low 32 to continued warm Tuesday 56 to 60 U IS t 3 V World lodtj 4 1011 week he administration could and io for lhe primary at the time of the explosion Robbins is in Scott County about 75 miles northwest of Knox ville The mine is what is known as a truck mine normally a small operation which the coal iov Lawrence is scheduled i The Armstrong toiuiiy 10 can said he was pot predicting what a GOP caucus would do if bill Which would confronted with continued resis m me tsnce trom Democratic rebels the tax I hauled away I by railroad by truck rather than The sales tax boost keystone of W tradeins 35 Partly cloudy PB Market closed till due to death in family can do is listea to his a program of new taxes and discuss it the Legislature by the Mlv w Jonnsona tailed to get the 106 per cent tax oa items covered unday Mar 30 u Ihurs canfloor leader He said ajittther votes needed to pass the House der the was ML sthetluled until week Seventeen of ihe W7itive biennium would extend i to cover bar drinks and Thursday Saturday aod Mar 26 ajwl 3U iUiofl to pjirkmg reserved Democrats the holding out favored a 4 on Sixth beside the for persons who jo of present 3 per cent selec vote at least la nut   

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