Indiana Evening Gazette, March 25, 1959

Indiana Evening Gazette

March 25, 1959

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Issue date: Wednesday, March 25, 1959

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania iwilt lotfcn in An Indiana County That Every Member of the Frnmily City EDITION P Thirtytwo Pages Pehftsylvartia March 25 1959 Two Sections Court lit VITAL US Judges BERLIN IKE PHILADELPHIA AP The 3rd U S Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that the constitutionality of Permi sylvanias laws banmiing Sunrl day sales should be decided federal Court Chief Judge John Biggs Wrote the unanimous decision i which dismissed an order by district Judge Alan K Grimm j hat permitted the district attpr ney of Lehigh County to prose cute Sunday law offenders for I conspiracy charges from HarrisonAllen town operators of a huge discount department store in Whitehall Township just outside j Allentown sought to restrain Dist i Atty Paul A McGinley from fili jug conspiracycharges j Todays ruling stops the district attorney from taking such action j of the blue laws are punishable by a small the discount store has been paying for any employes a j conspiracy conviction could mean a jail term of up to two years 1 Two Guys from Harrison in bringing the legal action said that McGinleys conspiracy threats See 12 Col County Field Registration Ends Monday Tuesdays field registration of in Indiana County shows lie following results Blairsville 41 Democrats 32 Republicans with five previ ously registered voters changing to Democrat and two to Republi can In Hillsdale M registered Democrat and ten Republican and I I C tliree changej to Republican OnejLdOy VaV8S CONTROVERSIAL NEW HouseSenate Economic Committee holds its first hearing in the ornate maple and Walnut auditorium of tlienevv Senate Office Building The chair man Son Paul H Douglas charged that architects made every mistake Jt is possible jn 26milliondollar building Telephoto to Holiday Office Hours Planned AH offices Indiana Coun ty the regis tration office will be closed all day Friday and Saturday for the Easter holiday the County Com missioners announced today The registration office will re main Open this evening and New York f City Seeks Statehood Thursday evening untiL9 oclock to accept registrations before York M looking into the the March 30 deadlme In addiPpssibihly of seceding from tion the registration nffice will New York and Peeking slate also be open Saturday and ter IVIonday from anv to 9 j Tlle suggestipfl that Hie cityj registration purposes jmight state West Coast get any sort of valid agree Indiana and most caused tie stale Senate to Mickey Cohen waits his ment on German problems banks of the county will be wifli laughter But the turn tobe called before the Senj But no one is coins closedGood Friday and the lathers Jiiamfained they i ate Labor Rackets Committee in tile StateEmployment Office In Inwere not just whistling Washington Thegroup is diana will also be closed that i ing juke boxracketeering Bluffing Blackmail Said Out By M L ARROWSM1TH WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said to day he believes the Western Allies will have to meet at summit with Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev to corn day Demands for separation of the rest of the state go back almost 100 first was made by Mayor Fernando Wood Since then bills calli ing for secession have been duced into the Legislature many limes i i How to do it legally has always j j beena question Pgh Solicitor Opposed To Gas Increase powers to jshow up at a toplevel con jference the President told a news conference emphatically The Allies will not be bluffed or blackmailed into going to summit he said Eisenhower thus said anew al though indirectly that his attend UMW Officials Prevent Mercy Death Permits No Bail For Man J It t f I MlA J J 4 I A 1 MijivLVC lf V r A VT CUATbdU i though he was f Natural Gas Co would hit whether lie attaches any request Pennsylvanias fules at consumers least able to pay j conditions to meetingat the sum1 ance at any summit meeting will PITTSBURGH Asst City be on progress at ah Solicitor Marcus Aaron If of Pittsearlier conferenceof EastWest VJVIIWI IWJ 1U1 I Ull UI 1 HUT VI I A move calling 01a committeeiburgh said today the foreign ucy in gas rates asked The Presided v duced in the City Council u u u xvas asked specif I Mass Picketing In Kyi f Tt Saltsburg 2 Neighbors By WAUGH WHITESBURG Ky AP United Mine Workers Mmly m If6 e between P city a nd person registered Prohibitionist j In the registration office in the ourthouse yesterday six persons egistered Democrat and eleven Republican Tliree persons changed SALTSBURG fire to Republican men today credited a Saltsj lion stopped the judge from ing a man accused of killing his aged and sick wife The unusual request to free lbe cily George Hope at least until his which IS made m Coms mori Cbiht Tuesday Dist Atty Paul M and Oliensis mans attorney w P But Judge Ethan A Doty said Union officials prevented another inass demonstration at athe constitution allows bailin all saio nonunion Lelcher County mine today Sut kept a small force but capital cases where the proof ew Uly of pickets at the scene jis evident or presumption hi Approximately 350 pickets exchanged jokes with about 75 State Police as coal trucks moved in and out of the Roland The Uvo attonievs had Soll8ht Io Aaron told a Public Utility Gomjmit Khrushchev and ttiis mission hearing Peoples received countrysWestern Allies a rate increase At the time of Eisenhowers1 two years ago and an consumers dustrial smal SuctioT last summer places Prices Cut Living Costs WASHlNrGTOKF and the final field registration wlii two elderly neighbors to take place Monday in Willet andsafety during a fire that swept kyjj Lucernemines email their small frame Field registration offices are i j i open from 10 to 3 and home yesterday afternoon j PITTSBURGH APV Fire 6 to 9 Mrs Rosemarie a threestory building on The registration office in theifiremen said rushed to the Road in the suburban ilMt Lebanon business district ear Mayor Robert F im an Tn i Hope released in the custodv KODeri r im Pnce tipple at Colson jof his daughter Lcy Dickie response jvas to lop J2 undue burden pushed AP d the Earlier the trucks had been acof Newburyport Mass companied to the tipple by amied To man in an escorts but the weapons disap tution in a hospital or a peared when State Police anOliensis said would be the fatal million dollars off the budget anLr that the pilich would felt bv city emotovea who sumers least able to H Donald Borger Peoples vice the acceleration smMer pay or living costs down a tenth of one per cent in February The Labor Department tics Bureau said its index declined nues tQ move at ccfurthouse will be open today tomorrow Saturday and Monday from to 9 for registrations Monday is the last day voters may register in time for the comingprimary election Blairsvine Tea Theft Investigated neighboring home and a escort the two men out of the jn siiucuue juries Thirteen tenants of second Escaping the flash fire were and third floor apartments fled Vrobski 78 and Peter safely One Audley Breniman the house owned by Patton Coalwas rescued with an aerial ladder They lived alone had been trapped by Co dense smoke Leon Proch a Saltsburg Fire Dej The cause of the fire which partment official said That out in the basement of man deserves a lot of credit forKitchen Sales was not de what she Uennined The building also Mrs Sullivan told firemen she housed Freedmans Market a raced to the neighboring house food store m AIBCIMI it c i r when she heard cries for Robert W Plymire of Mt BLAIRSMLLE State Police of Jt wag hen she discovered discovered the blaze as the Greensburg substation havejbuildi wag afire parked his auto near H questioned three suspects in the Saltsburg volunteers were sumcalled firemen then ran through armea roDDerj o bun Dial Motelimoned to the scene at building shouting and banging along Route 22 three miles westbur vvere unable to t h e doors Io the sleeping occu D I J PftnlS two men one arm Firemeu daWges at including contents Both II i I escaped0 wTth Ybout me wn by 3nd IH D d escapea witn aooutiWere gjven treatment r Iby Dr Tliomas Hadden Saltsburg K ti They were not hospital operators of the motel told police jed the robbers ripped out phone lines T1 before leaving 1 he hwse was locaed about The McKelvey said the bandits lhrec miles NVesl of Saltsburg j to per cent of the 194749 This is tiie highest February nounced tliey would arrest anyone crushing blow in his none ai aMl v index point on record however 1 displaying arms Hope remained in a hospital bed The mayors austerity program The hearjng was concluded above last year Its very said PubTuesday while his 90yearold brought a wave of protest from the city can study 13 i Fer Januarythe index stood at See 12 Col i J wife Ada was buried j See New 12 j presented by the gas firm a fraction iuider the record of set last July and equaled in All consumer price itams ejc cept food averaged higher in ruary Food prices dmpped tenths of a per cent resuming decline interrupted in January after five consecutive months Ewan Clague Labor Depart ment statistics commissioner said the prospect for the next few months is that living costs will continue in a narrow range He said foods tend to go up in the late spring and summer but this expected rise may be moderate this year and counterbalanced to some extent by expected in durable goods and clothing Heartwarming Story of Nancy Rural Valley Mother Of Two Inspiration For Easter Seals Beating Told To Probers described as young men drove away in a car that was operated the little town of Fairbanks Editors note With the an nual campaign of the Crippled Children and Adults coming to a climax the Gazette has selected the heartwarming story of Mrs Nancy Holsinger ministers wife and mother as the districts Easter Seal lady of By MRS HAROLD STEWART j Gawllq Representative i RURAL VALLEY New to Ruj ral Valley but an inspiration to its is Nancy Holsinger j Nancy is the wife of the Presby terian pastor Rev Charles Hoi singer mother of Barry aged 5 and Bonnie aged 2 Mrs Holsin ger takes care of nor lamily home Police did not reveal the identity j f the three suspects Lous Fruit Market 189x CoralGraceton Fire Co Inside The Gazette ISTC PUVVMi ISTCs Kimbrough starred last night in a benefit basketball game ia Pittsburgh See sports pages 22 and 23 PCTEft EDSON Foreign Aid critics and partisans slug it out in budget fight See column on editorial page 6 HASHING ION Miami d t pwrakeel just as any wife coHimachme operator niother might lo day he was beaten mercilessly by Nancv however must do her mobsters to an example to work with the of and operators fighting underworld efnMvy braces on bolh WRS forts to control their industry i Mis at the age of Fhe witness Donald Helow told nilief was stricfcen with the Senate LaborManagementing a epidemic in August 1 Committee of the 1955 biaiing at of W39 at her home in the hands of four goons He saidpa Of the many polio victims in he tmally was driven out of rhe Bucks fuuniy ibai year she was business considered the most serious She Another witiuss Robert both paralytic and bulbjir po man former general manager of and was in an iron lung for rhe Southern Music Distributing a Co in Miami testified that Features MUlur I Nulct t II U ipurU JVRiidiu if U a combine of racketeers working Through IjtUw unions spread hav ox in the iadustry around Miami Norman saki lie his re sistance to their efforts expjalns why his business place was stench She ipcui three mouths in Ab ington Memorial Hospital aad eigbt in SJaruim Hospi tal to PhUttdelpiiia At Shriueri Hospital wa treated by eastern physkiuu Dr Jolio KClnooluig was coiuplcicd in 4 WEATHEB clciudiiiess and nnld tomgkt chance gf iW io 45 Thursday cloudy windy arid warm with showers pussitoie tliunctersturms High MJ to 70 Ixtmbed After Idling of the beating Jle scbiwi baudicapptU low was askedby coinmiUee As 1 look said Mrs tel Robert F Kennedy TheyHolsinger 1 realize 1 owe much1 used you as an example to iaybrother Ray he helped mei I tboughi so md down the stairs aU through repJie4 i 14 Col 1 j Teamsters SiveVeeps More Power PITTSBURGH an tharity given 13 vice by the International Teamsters Union has given Harry Tevis of Pittsburgh broad power over 000 members in Western Pennsyl vania Eastern Ohio Northern West Virginia and Maryland General President James R Hoffa announced rhe change marks the first time in the union history that vice presidents wilt have authority outside of the in ternational executive board lings also is president of Team sters Joint Council No 40 lad heads Milk Ice Cream Driver Salesman Dairy Employes Local 205 Grass Fire Alarm DISTRICTS RASTER SEAL spite oMnr handicap ibiaces aud wheel hoiueniakiiig lor Nancy Holsinger Rural Valley Js no problem Utne she oset the iaunly supplies with her uimisieihwtibaiAd Chailes lu addition to of a pastors Mrs Holsiageiheads a family that children does Hit family shopping JQ wheel chair nianncd hei phoio by raspoded to M alarm this to help ex tinguish i gc4iis lire along Jimue m east o old tirport No fioau tbi Fitw f ;

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