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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 26, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Survet Every Member of the Family Ant iroitijt to be they Hjj Vdiurm s Pages EDITION t Tanker Collide Dead NEW YORS iturn voyage i vacation crui e to the Carib TOMCAT KNOCKS WHEN HE WANTS year old tomcat of John de Z Hamilton of Philadelphia stands on the sash bar of the storm door where he pulls the knocker away and lets it fall until somoue lets him in It all began after a pane in the storm door was broken Bodine began jumping up on the sash bar and reaching up to the knocker with his right paw as he does his rapping and tapping AP Wirephoto sAtlantic City One crewman Poisoned Fish Kills Youth In Philadelphia ship was hurt from joyous Berlin Top jbean was interrupted with a Shuddering jclt for 247 pas jsengers when the Grace liner jSanta Rosa rfmrried a tanker at 3 a m toe ay 22 miles off N J of the tanker Vali them was killed and 16 vveYe in jured Nobody n the plush cruise but a fire broke out in a forwacd was kept fro n paint room tti spreading but I smoldered for hjours before it was extinguished The Santa Rbsas prow knifed half through the stern section Of PHILADELPHIA death of a threeyearold the tanker disabled its en boy who had eaten poisoned fish touched off an alert on For sonfe hours the Wednesday night that spread fear throughout the East for shPs were kep together j several hours llnti their captains decided there Later a statement from federal food inspectors indi See 5 4 Col S cated tlie bad fish was confined to a relatively small amount in the Philadelphia area TWO Tlie Donald Kleinschrnidt fam ily both parents and four young a In Blaze Guts Slippery Rock children were stricken ill at their jhome in nearby Haddon Heights Forest Fires and rar after eating a fish dinner Tuesday nrght C Dale 3 youngest died V after admission to Cooper ffrlTiJii SLIPPERY ROCK Pa m Camden Two brothers western Pennsylvania Fire destroyed a twostory recreaan f sister were seriouslyj Meantime th state Forests and lion building today on the campus cktn Waters Departnent at Harrisburgi of Slippery Rock State Teachers cits Department of Public urged that extreme care be excjj College No one was injured Health announced today that all cised by persons burning The blaze was discovered about50 tne suspect fish had been withand other materials near parched at m Firemen from the market None oMvoodlands dining mild spring companies kept the fire from t tne department said in a spreading to other buildings remains in circulation in SmithHall 5t of Adah 1 dents were away from the All fish now County died at his home for the Kastpi hnlidav markets ft Stores Close WASHINGTON AP Kirk AM 3 n President Eisenhower British INOOn IO 3 PrimeMinister Harold Mac Stores In Indiana will close raf aJd President tomorrow from noon until 3 iju uulie agreed con in observance of Good Friday today to meet So Tbey will reopen at X Premier Nikita Khrush and remain open until the usual ichev at the summit on the Friday evening closing hour of Berlin crisis and other prob 9 p m letns The Indiana Evening Gazette They differed materially will also be closed from noon however in the emphasis they until 3 tomorrow placed on the conditions A note said this country is prepared for a meeting of heads of state on the understanding that a prior meeting of foreign ministers at least narrows differ ences and prepares constructive The British note to the Kremlin took a considerably more positive approach It said the British NEW YORK AP The first would be glad to go to the summit word the Coast Guard received as developments in the the collision between ministers meeting war Rosa and a tanker off Atlantic It spoke of a summit City was relayed from a marine ing this summer whereas the radio operator in Wilmington 6ny spoke of such a confer the report came from the Santa enceas soon as the foreign Rosa and reflected the confusion listers action might justify it that usually attends early reports The French language concern of accidents ung conditions still stiffer i The report logged by the Coasi than that tile United States Guard 15 minutes after the President de Gaulle in his note at 3 said his attendance 1 Cpllision with tanker No disihinSe on whether theforeign nunV tress yet We have been rammed isteis meeting permits the en by jvisagement of genuine coast Guard headquarters toPAnd vthftnw jTells Story Of Collision fAIS AttE BUSTiS the get his recently completed bbJit into water Stewart boat from his he built the i of a wall of He had to remove S tyhjdoV and 4 Wirephoto Guard helc for the Easter holiday The cause of the fire was not known for fish now sale is safe mas ijfdereaftbe City and i nlanding officers fp take Yeaton feported at frjl she was under way to the expected toarrive at and of a heart attai wholesome the department rebrush fire on his farm k while fighting a Oil1 Police identif ed the second vic Cl Representatives of the Maze near her Sutersvillej moreland County i ported Mayor Richardson worth added there isnt as Mrs Rosella Haupt 80 The burned building known as doubt the Sjtliatj0n is under conwho died of aspWxiation and third the was used I j degree burns while fighting room Six students had quarters in an east wing but they were home at the time College President Norman Weis enfluh said some books and stu dent property were lost in the blaze He said no damage esti mate hud been made Tlie build arture From and Drug Administration were inhome in Wes formed Wednesday of the cause of Her S011 Edward 23 suffered i the youngsters death Laboratory the fa analyses of the familys dinner in he tried to re dicated a high content of sodium m fair is sometimes ing and some of the contents were used as a preservative for CoDD the forests anl waters and arms when her He was condition at Prick NY Wcter Tank Falls Atop Bldg By HENRX S BRADSHER A helicopter took off Coast Guard station at Floyd Bgn nett Field in Brooklyn at Thereafter excerpts numerous messages went this Santa Rosa to Coast perior Court decision that multi coined pinball machines are illegal Guard Santa Rosa in no danger gamblingdevices seized two ma nitrite a poison which in much Mount Pleas building crashed through the roof political leader revered by his people as the living smaller quantities DARJEELING India reliable source Here on of sinking Hit the Valchem astern chines Wednesday night in the Indian border reported today that the Chinese Communi b her stackWe are stin together rence County lists have announced that the Dalai Lama fled from are nowbeing ref Deputy Sheriff Allan moved We have slight fire in said the machines were and paint 10Cker danSerNo tu8sed at the B J Restaurant on NEW YORK AP A huge during revolt in the Tibetan capital water tank atop a Manhattan lott I The whereabouts of Tibets 23yearold religious assistant chief of on agencys said ing covered with brick veneer partially covered by insurance Meanwhile three women had Forest protect The two story structure built in attacks of food poisoning the early 1930s was a frame buildafter eatinS fish in a Philadelphia fires restaurant Tuesday night time of year I Robert C Stanfill local director He said repots filed at Harris ol the federal food agency said burg by district foresters showed jlus inspectors quickly the that most or allof the fires were and flounder to a single wholesale caused by burning fish in both instances fiteted fluke State crews fought two central floors Police and firemen searched the wreckage for other week is normal for this possible victims State Eases Requirements On Stairwells HARRISBURG State Industrial Board today substan tially eased its requirements on fire resistant material for use in school stairwells John F Dwyer director of the Bureau of Inspection in the Labor and Industry Department said only onehour fire resistant matej rial will be required instead oH twohour material j This will reduce construction costs for fireresistant stairways from approximately to about Dwyer added Board engineers said the change i in standards would elimiiviu the need for a completely separate wall in stairwells More than 150 schools around the state have been ordered closed or paiHly closed unless they make renovations to conform to safety standards Only four schools to date actually have been today At least seven persons jwere unknown in Kalimpongv There were rumors he was from the Valchem andpass The State Justice Department were seriously injured as U heading south toward the Indian protectorate of to i advised taSSn smashed down through three between Darjeeling and Tibet or southeast toward the In Santa Rosa to Coastisyivania tcI hold off Sg 3l dian province of Assam j Guard Valchem in fixe1 coined pinball machines pending Refugee Tibetans were tuSNot itfinal court action on their legality fating that their Buddhist god1 sinking condition Bow of Santa There is a possibility the State Su king would remain with about half way through preme Court may be asked forces in southern Tibet or might See 4 Col cross into lalia Reports have perj See 4 Col 2 Sec 4 Col 7 N PeWin Rdy The sixstory structure is at 147 West 26th between Sixth and Seventh Avenues The tank with a gallon capacity collapsed with a thun derous roar shortly before Set Special Registration AtStarford reported in Time Article Fatter In LaPaz Bolivia Riots In Mishap sisted that the revolt which out in Lhasa last Friday has YY Oman riUrT A special field registration tor lc the countryside The voiers will be conducted in the huve been election house at Stafford MonC0ntro1 Once agam of Lhasa day March 30 according to the report in parieellhgwas Indiana County Commissioners that advisers to the Dalai St is This extra registration for Green the fighting started in condition 2 resulted from a petition filed Lhasa added their names to with the Commissioners Hours of declaration declaring operation will be the same as at other field registration sittings t from 10 o 3 and from breaking promises Dist Atty Joseph Solomon of Lawrence County said he had no knowledge of the seizure of the machinesinhis county He erred all queries to the sherifts office Thomas said an estimated 150 Mrs Herman Ricupwo 44 1114 pinbali machines in Lawrence in ip j County most of them in the tie disappeared from taprooms Hospital with back miur restaurants and clubs last Monday ies she received about 8 to1 following Uie Superior Court nil in Editors Note This Is an other in a series of columns be ing authored by N DeWltt Ray copublisher of rhe Indiana Eve ning Jazctte who is on an ex tensive tour of South America Mr Ray will conclude his latest recent edition may have been ting factors to Time ii gested that a in a car accident on Route 80 j ing He said they tl According to State Police from j Tuesday n treatv to substaHon received cgmpiawts the ttto 9 nTL rell8on cupero was traveling north on machines were in Two registrations previously or me i Route 80 about seven miles nounced for Monday will also be rhe lndiana when her sation wagou f n conducted at Willet and Lucernewas presented by a deleS8tiQnaDDarentlv went off onto the berm j of Tune Magazine US commentators arid editors It mines rom the public and was handed JjjJJJ to Wng vl The registration office in the on Chinese hide back Qn the highway the feet of the courthouse will The Chinese for more that two Went off the left side of the said Thomas and acted one of the contribiiv was difficult to accustom ourselves to the altitude 13000 By N DeWHt Ray LIMA Peru Our It is possible Peru closed and 18 other buildings have lifnti nitr V uhin ilrvuii u a v I rcportur who w a rwanted to help he been partially shut down as a t did su t ol the departments drive on i i ll v hazards y l he AnierKmkmsolution lo the uprising and we had no us article oiutjon tu Bolivias water in our open tonight until 9 oclock centuries have maintained that the mornings The flight from to 1 trouble might e the dissolving ofcarried us over the AiKies Our was three hours late just in up and given to time to beat the pilots 6 surrounding ccuntries Pilots will not fly over to 9 hours I believe that the that section of the Andes after 6 be observed in the regis way and struck a bank addition the office will alsoTibet ispart of China Bin in an rjamage to the statipn wagon Saturday from even thoughthe other the courthouse will be ote that story justoclock in the evening himself and that Flying at an altitude of over The boards announcement was in ado as il resumed hearings on appeals from schools ordered closed for failing to meet the de partments safety standards Allstate battery 24 md guar ex Satticap tire ex Friday only Sears Roebuck Co iS8x Dance L isur SiuiUsy SokciJ Club ftlve Music by Johnny Douglas bussy in that that ic article from a 000 feet is hard on ears but election viewpoint BoJivas you become adapted to it like the I only wish the people of Indi thjeir problems We ana County could see how the trillion office on Monday the final day to register before the primary no city you wire We know tliat atioutt p have read a conferaictt with ilians live in Bolivia If and foreign I know they would appreciate how WASHINGTON an 11day Easter recess service news accounts of Anitficatt casualties Jn the riots this that you dont have very much the riots in w h i c h sever Man ol the trouble young persons rhe Coumi were was ia LaPaz au killed ot on The 4 Col 4 was estimated at about Inside The Gazette HAPPY Independence found in a IIOUSQ on wheels is the topic of sion in Happy Times on editorial page 6 womleriul our country is begins were no 1 might add in reference totoday Tlie Indiana Afs knocked out of the West tomnameut last nlglit This and other sports on Its and 19 eople did not know when you live cm or less a year until it was which is the case with however took of the Indians ot Boliva he situation and In spite the riots in I il through propail bielieve tlieir people look up to us At least the Ro met ia gave me warm ajl Lake will open Sat 28th Trout furnished by Big Spring Trout Ranch Spruce Creek Pa i Other Features Democrats Lead Field Siqnups Registrations yesterday in Kin tersburg show 15 persons signing up as Democrats and two as publicans previously tered voter changed to Democrat At Boltjs tvveperswis I DemocrtiUc and two Republican Jij tiit office in the hasemehf ofthe courthouse yesterday 19 persons registered Democratic and 21 Republican Two previously istered voiers cliiiiigiM fcj puWicuu party and two changed tq Mcuiday is the fwil ftotif taf iu election friendly our group al meeiing 1 OJf stocking 12 noon 1 arge selection of Easter flowers Variable cloudiness thundershoweis tonight and   

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