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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 24, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Aft Nir n Imve itacked Volume that should if nefOTt TTO last That Every Member v i Twanty 24 i v i7 i Probe District HEADON COLLISION BY FATHER AND SQNThese two autos driven by a father and his son were involved In a headon collision in a weird twist of fate and timing in Kokomo Ind When the family home caught fire the father Elmer Stout jumped in his car and headed for the fire department for help Meanwhile his son Kenneth had heard of the fire and was rushing to lend a hand Racing over a narrow county road the tow cars hit headon while crossing a bridge The father was killed outright and the son was taken to a hospital in serious condition The house was Clymer Skating Rink Apt Hit By Fire Today 2 Commas mt Widow Mudi Cash By RICHARD L GRAVES HARRISBURG AP A member of a special Senate committee contended today political pressule for c e ti the Public Instruction Des partment to boost aid to a dis tressed school district i Sen Thomas A Ehrgood v ft attorney and meMber of a fivemember committee in1 vestigatirig the school agency said the pressure was put on Suptf Charles by trict officials of Coal North umberland County He the rec ommendationsof his staff in this case because of pressure put on him by the school board members coming down to Ehr good told newsrhen During the fourth round of hear ings on department operations EhrgQpa questioned Dr Ralptr superintendent distressed school district aid Swan testified that during the 195556 school year in the hardpressed anthracite rei gion requested special aid but specified no amount A department field worker rec ommended aid he provided the district reduced its j school professional staff and step pedup its tax collections Subsequently Swan told the committee the township school board members met with Boehm j in Harrisburg Shortly thereafter Boehm boosted the special alloca miners wheel from a coaJ mine some of the bodiet killedby explosion in a Cumberland mine near Bobbins Tentv yesi wereno survivorsin the blast BULLETIN P M MWHIJI wit apcuittt fire damage resulted this aftertion district to and noon to the residence of Ray Lovell on the second floor of thar ithe roller yink in Clynier tn I firemen answered an alarm shortly after 2 oqlQck this jafternopn when fire sent bellows of black smoke out of the 2 CoH S teachers money be used salaries Swan moe ou o e wooden residence at the rear of the brick Ix 6 Gil S iHd I I O M I WJ PITTSBURGH State Damage was estimated at according Supreme Cbtirt today pnf two officials of the Clyiner Fire Department commas in the will of a Pennsylj B phiu chief f h c i vania Dutchman and in so r upset a Luzerne County Fire Department reported Court ruling giving the bulk of his pretty extensive damage to two L estate to his wife She will receive or three of the rooms in the Lo ivell residence The unusual case involving inj Jt jg M terpretation of the wording of Edi M ward J Ackermans will the building and back to Oct 6 1944 iafter leaving one bucket of tar on County Area registrations for voters For Home Alter Talks Ohio f sea pees Rob nine men rday There Wirephoto GREENVILLE Pa men and a woman Nine Perish In Tennessee Mine Blast Weapons By WATSON SIMS NEW DELHI India AP Reports from the India Tibet border today told of fresh fighting in embattled Lhasa with Tibetan freedom fightersusing light machine guns they captured from Red Chinese troops The sketchy reports from Indian frontier town of Kalimpong gave no other Details of the new outbreak in the Tibetan capital where crowds of Tibetans attacked Communist occupation t r o opa March 20 Rebellious tribesmen in the countryside have been fighting the Red occupiers for months Official sources in New Delhi said they had no word beyond Mondays statement by Prime Minister Nehru who told Parlia ment the fighting in Lhasa appar ently had subsided but that the situation was Red China kept silent about the reported revolt Peiping i talked about farming trial progress in Tibet undar auspices an apparent to make light of revolt reports Chinese ONEIDA Tenn small east Tennessee town where believed to foe the four who escaped from a Youngstown i kinship bonds are strong was lOhio jail up a service station at by an explosion in a family near here today and got away with mine that killed nine I nine men AP This Andrew Rerko the service sta tion attendant said that at gun LJ 3 tjit CAk WASHINGTON AP British point he was tied up and put in Prime Minister Harold Macimllan a womens washroom He said the i i t headed for home after his talks men woreblue PlAnT with President Eisenhower today entljjail the woman IaiI4i Field registrations for voters in Predicting 4Xe shall succeed in sat in the back seat of 1956 Ackerman a Pitaton roof he went down to the baseIndiana County continue today over Berlin Buick wrote on the back of a bank deemtn to get a second bucket of Hillsdale and Blairsville i He conceded the West face a A car matching that description posit slip without punctuation j Tomorrow the registrars will in dealing with the was stolen from Maple Heights sentence I upon his retura to tlie roof he at Kintersburg Rayne Township Union a Cleveland suburb shortly All the mining acfcident miles souft werlrelated this ro r a should gf ltie buckets were East Wheatfield 2 left in apparent con after another abandoned there Blast Kills f BULLETiM OKLAHOMA CITY Okla County seat Every one of tieni was related tar At time Mis Sctadg It is believed a hot coal erman during an later she illness Thirteen his wife bucket left on the roof gotiatjons leading toward a sum A report of registrations in Romit conference worked out with binson on Friday shows nihe DemEisenhower wil1 avert ocrats and seven signed Both sittings will be in the countyifidence that the strategy for nethis service station is lot MMIV wcMii military nijies east of the Ohio line todav Republicans showdown over Berlin i lawentotcement K i In adeparturestatement at OIV The ntnnbei nn PPnn sf sv In Clymer yesterday new ailort he had area iett on the new te evean ar then worked ite way into were registered and said on arrival here Thursday that a wagon four Reublia i disutes between the Sovie Unio after finding second caf of injured may two be marriage en wore way no an a slaon wagon second tfft the Barters One report inifour Republicans Four persons aii disputes between the Soviet Union used bv the quartet a sun porch was burned changed to Democrat and the Western powers should be 4U seWed o i out on the inside In 195 Ackerman died an estate estimated at between j and ng Firemen haTto use gas masks Luzerne County Orphans Court entef 8and chief crats and two as Republicans krruled all of the estate shou d go tophm WJ water dam At the registration office in the Mrs Ackerman except fnr See A man said he saw the station IC wupic Saltsburgs registration yesterseWed by negotiation and not by waKOn jn jviaole Heiehrs Mondav in Citys southSion and saw awoke roll out of the 21 signed as Demo and side and city hospitals jmintf shaft have no he said towoinan fro u t A tire official sgid one tnjn was His brother and partner I SO US AWO ctflllH nn irtH i niiujra xuu uiciv was witter aam wmvt m me av MOUU n ni The car was found Je age on the first floor courthouse Monday three perifirml bv our we a 7 a m today 2 CommasPage tol 4 The bumlng tftp added tQ thesons registered as Democrat do the world has The escapeesthree men and a canait m Oneeverything to gain from being ah auto u died in an LaFol sure exactly what lette in The burning tftr added tQ thesons regstered as Democrat and black smoke pouring out of signed up as Republicans One IbulWing changed frpm Republican Guard In Strike BULLETIN Grass Fire Alarm to Democrat and another Repub A fire official said oue i t i VfMtCl C1IIVJ known to be and trapped injtf was one of thi victims the basement of the sevenstory The blast But we must one of the Mahoning County jailh sure haPeued Jllick ammonia fumes i 1943 It not concea ers to Jtlick ammonia Oneida with little changed to nonpartisan j ourselves that the next few day That aban The Lord giveth and the Lord The registration office in the months will be period donee m a road near basement of the courthouse will be the whole free world Ravenna In were the maSr pened Firemen responded to Wednesday Thursday Satur The first Phase drawing to an were we mabier dont know n Student In Deep Cave In England in a rock crevice feet underground died today after rescuers repeatedly had failed in a desperate struggle to free him The 20yearold student and lo Ejmiir said illc ana Lee West director of the Oneida amateur explorer Neil Moss fell AJ hewas refeet first Sunday afternoon into the Devils Hole of man was killed ten injured j an electric motor Deepest cave He had been uncon least one man trapped in i is ieved to havu caused apock scions since Sunday night but was believed to be an exploiet ofvgas to today had been reported at a meat packing plant here j the mfce ventilating system was breathing quite well with turnedJoff over r aid of oKygen administered to him West a partner tiuc opeation was the1 Police announced his death as only e onlysorvijBritain tensely followed the Ambulances were in a shuttlevor He was the rescue attempt here in if 1 fVia leard the explo the English Midlands The husky 170pound collegians shoulders were wedged so tight 40 jfeet down in the Shaped that four atfesmpts to pull free Monday failed A rope eft townspeople grass fire alarm this afternoon j day and Monday niglits until 9 See 2 rnl s Cot S alone Route 80 snurh nt TnHinna tn ft i FRANKFORT Ky B Chandler Nationalong Route 80 south of Indiana i oclock to enable as many county I Guard today to stand by in There was no immediate reportresidents as possible to register case it becomes necessary to extensive damage before the March 30 deadline i due to death in troops to strike troubled I luuc ucu 1B eastern Kentucky coal fields Chandler issued the order after being informed that shotgun armed State Police held off picketing miners at a mine in Letcher County early today The governor said the pickets withdrew and that Carson Hib bittsi president of the United Mine IWorkers pistrict M and Roland Price operator of the mine at Colson declared a truce until 8 Wednesday Chandler said he told Hibbitts not to the pickets or youll force me to call out the said the 0 W Gafney It Y ed on the seventh floor where oie Homer i floor collapsed It might have Legion party toriite been from van ammonia tank T1 VIo 1 J in xtj lUUILC UfGn IlOlll 31 PB Maiket Ihura regulars Midgets Early Wrtipioslon localed in a building next Wur re never ready Oscar West ie 2 Col S taried to work from both ends of the hollow shaft hold ing Moss captive June Bailey a 5foot See 2 CpJ I I 0 COUntV Jail Af Syria Mosque Sunday April Evening Gazette Sponsors Visit To Pittsburgh Symphony One j The whole building area was im i mediately evacuated Plant employs persons V Y U W5 Only one candidate in County withdrew The Indiana Evening Gazette whidi with William also includes round trip play April 5 the Brahms Concerto ditiojial events I from Indiana tp for Violin and Orchestra in D Ma Tickets once in alife jor is one of the outstanding retime opportunity to spend an en John VI McCaol Cherry ivuxooi wuerry sentenced before Judge win M Clark yesterday pleading guilty to a charge of op tratiug a motor vehicle after tiispensioji of his license He was seuteoced to pay a ln to the cofl will sponsor a vjsit Steinberg and the Pittsburgh Sympittsoul8h andreturn is phony Orchestra in Pittsburghs lhe made bythe conibinajoyabie afienioon with the iGamte office at Suntion of Steinberg Milsrcin andburgh Symphprty will be on sale H Pittsburgh Symphony Orchesat the Gazette Office and Indiana Travel Service 564 PhiladeJphii unique opportunity to see St Only a limned number of Good Friday Store Hours Goad Friday store hours for Indiana business establishments were today by an official of the Indiana Merchants Association Indiana merchants will from noon until on Good Friday in observance of this religious holiday I fore the deadline Local SALTSBURG Included araonf tire petitions filed from SaUsburg Borough for the coming primary Indiana election is a request for a local his the selling of liquor in yesterday afterthe borough noon A petition containing more thaa Withdrawn the petition of 100 names has been filed request Thomas A Mulphy ing a vole on the selling of liquor Who had filed tor the office of At present only beer is perttjit councilman for Indiana to be sold within this southern from Third j Indiana County community Inside The Gazette PKTKJft KDSON The common market in Europe lintfoduces Peter Edsonl cussicw today i f HT day April 5 and rthe of the to the same evening lira topumapatej of Nttluw This ne uny o see n th fnriT With Symj and hear the Pittsburgh Symphony will Aoui 5 coo fmth nriT foi Aoui 5 Q i Qr apOUll conlabl ofi f J t M phony April 5 is one of Jin concert at Syria Mosque meet haste if you want to take cert season of the current conthe Conductor and the solo vujwderlul utfer Pittsburgh Mr have diiuier in one of Pittsburghs In addition to Mil of his license i Symphony the hjgj gpots Ojf tne current conthe Conductor and the solo artist He was seuteoced to pay a to cert season in Mr have dinner in one of Pittsburghs ol aid be coiUiued to the iu addition to being restaurants aud have diana County Jail for a period iS2 wn lhe worW8 lruj the trausportation thrtf QMin known for his brilliant reicare of jn the bargain is aVfivst The incident occurred Mar 14 C1110m8 auo the guest soloist tor cordiug made at Syria Mosqueffor Gazette readers f the response i 1DWl the Pittsbuigh Symphony OrUs great enough tor tills outsltaad The appointment was made yes terday by JuJge M Clark di iiiuiuhs The incident occurred Mar 14 PB Market closed till ihurs due to deiaih in family violin youll ajso hear DQ D TQ f t vW Sieiuberg coiuluct the Pittsburgh iftde at Syria Mosque for Gazette readers If theYespojise Symphony in of liARRlSBURG state the Pittsbuigh Symphony great enough tor tills omtQaadjDvoraks Sclieao aadiSelective Service ssieni set Penn jchestra In fact the compofitiojiiiug attractiou the plaasDavid May call at 4KJ t his column on editorial page 8 HOLY WHISK News of the Holy Week activities in some appears on page 2 Other Features tost for entire aesidents will hear him future Show bos eicursions for aJ juien Muaday temperatuie cluud with Wednesday   

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