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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 31, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                a r i An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family hwtr shmtld to wntch mit idlott 1 EDITION Sixteen Pages fomnsylvariia Tuesday March Two PLAN To Ailing Tax Plan HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence and Housej Democratic leaders worked to breathe new life into their ail ing tax program today butj still held the cure in their hands j Revival of the per cent sales Ike Period To June 30 WASHINGTON AP tax proposal key to the AGAINST Japa 0 T program tops the agenda nese District Court Judge Akio President Eisenhower signedj when the Legislature resumes Date above ruled in Tokyo that iinto lawtoday the bill extend sessions tonight after a 12 US Japa g the dav Easier recess i violates fhe countrys no war jprogram to June 30 I i constitution He made thedecis j Congress sent the bill to The bill went down to defeat 86 on in acquitting seven anti fae White House last American demonstrators NEA Radio Telephoto 119 in a postmidnight session of IAIC House March 19 Seventeen bolted party ranks in joining solid GOP opposition There have indications the Democratic rebels have changed their mind since AH but one would have to Votefor the bill to provide the 106 votes essary for its that the 102 Republican members would remain adamant in oppos ition i PartiesFail To Regain Purge Loss before taking off for an Easter vacation It is estimated to benefiti about persons at a cost of 78 million dollars The old law was due to expire April 1 Under the program unemployed workers may get as much as 13 The registration of voters in In mr r At least two of the Democratic diana County shows that neither j p m holdouts Rep Pat C Trusfo of j major partywas able to gain back The local employnxent office Fayette County and Samuel number of voters lost be open this evening until Frank of Lehigh saidthe last purge of voters from the fe afea We their position is unchanged county registration books House Republican leadeVs said Mrs Clementine Bowman chief to make application for this they will not oppose a motion to registrar for the county saidtoi added jobless benefit before the revive the bill but they refused inday that total registrations for Rei April 1 deadline The office in advance of a party caucus later j publicans in the office and field indjana js located in the Pagano today to comment on the chances registrations show 608 new GOPi x the sales tax rate increase will members Building on North Fifth Sheet receive enough GOP votes new registrations the nake up for Democratic Democrats is listed as extSa weeks wiemployment rtions j jiighty previously registeijfd cflinpeihsatipn Hie governor talk to several holdouts before the session in an the registration office durationof their payments by as effort to reduce his own partys New registration of voters in the much as 50 per cent opposition to the measure off ice shows 223 Democrats and 334 length of payments varv Rep Stephen DemoRepublicans one individual states but some cratic floor leader said the hard if our nonparty and five changes to 26 core of that opposition actually is nonparty less than W lawmakers j Field registrations show 147 new McCann said he was hopeful theDemocrats and 177 new Republii T OU S would pass the second try jeans with one person registering Prohibitionist two nonparty and 11 Pay Officials Here Get Approval Indiana Areas newlyform ed school jointure complete from kindergarten through senior high school will go jinto effect early in July cording to a final stamp ol approval received today fiom Harrisburg Notification of the states approval of the ftill jointura was forwarded today to Wil J Norman county sup sVirginias General Of schools from met today to consider newjthe Department of Public In legal defenses against thestruction ispread of public school inte f Cation while hundreds of igregaljonists prepared for a be a step towarJ the ultimate on the capitol achievement of administrative unit jlawn i number six of the Indiana Coun Only a few moments before Plan embracing the Armstrong the two houses convened White Township and noon the program they arellndiana Borough School Districts meeting to studv Sdocta Va Seeks New Racial Defenses RICHMOND Va AP r expected toters changed to Democratic andt federal i flf to CARNAGE ON PENNSYLVANIA record for the year of 31 Pennsylvania traffic deaths during a weekend was set during the Easter weekend This is the wreckage of an aulo which literally wrapped itself around a tree Sunday night near Springboro about 20 miles from It first hit a pedestrian killing him Three Ohio Youths in the auto also were killed AP WirephotoJ x t New Employer Strike For Pay Hike commission j Section ltoi to the law finished and ptesentedi the following conditions that if to Gov J Lindsay when Shelocta Borough seeks Jv i membership in this organization it i And even as the commission shall be admitted under the chairman State Sen Mosby G of the contract existing at that Perrovv Jr handed Almond thetime report a crowd was gathering out Second the school shall be op side the support of far erated by the Indiana Area Joint stronger measures than the comBoard in such a manner as not See 2 Col 7 No Grime ForThefti Pol ice Told to be in conflict with any prev ious commitments made by the participating Effective date of operation shall be the first Monday of July The approval completes the Utrsfttf the two diana Borough schools kindergarten through the grade The three boards voted approval BLAIRSVILLE Ivan Lewis Branf a 4 war old RD I atrobe of the at a Brant a 4yeaiold RD WUobe Chipmunk Song Nets Million 30 previously registered voters changing to Democratic and 14 to Republican Yet to be removed from the reg istration are the names of deceased voters A corrected total of party strength will be nouneed at a later date Storm Rages In Atlantic NEW YORK Robert F Wagner today got a roasting from a throng of city workers variously estimated j from to who marched around City Hall to pro test a fiscal belttightening by the city I IB Tl Big Three Wagners Democratic city administration lias said it will OTraTeCl V 1 be necessary to eliminate or reduce pay increases for em NEW YORK AP A violent ployes The mayorblames the Republican state administra an spring storm raged unabated overition of Gov Nelson A Rockefeller for failure to grant LOS ANGELES AP David Seville is a fellow who has done pretty well in the chipmunk and I witch doctor business i In Uie year which ended day name Ross Bag he has sold in novelty records tieins a vast area of the Atlantic today pummeling even the biggest liners man apparently never heard of the word crime For when Brant was arrested here yesterday 6n charges of steal ing a car he was most indig nant about the whole affair I didnt know Id have to go to he appreantly told ar resting officer J Larkin Blairsville Chief of Police I did nt think I did anything the Indiana Joint i evening of Jan 27 Scfa Cite Indiana For Surplus Of Labor city certain taxing powers The pickets turned out begin WASHING ON afloat Sailing schedules were ning early in the morning despite A drastically slowed j rainy weather and 4he threatened The tempest was marked by loss of pay for leaving their jobs gigantic waves and winds as highwithout permission as 100 miles an hour j Some city institutions such as Seas were on such a rampage museums and the Bronx Zoo were Crash Kills Ar MA Ga A oodTes of WASHINGTON AP Nearly 11 was piuteu up ur of the natiorts areas of great a ui5U Chevrolet owned by David e Reid about 18 of North Spring est unemployment are m Pennsyl ThStreet He is being held in the jvama according to the Labor De AP The lndiana County on bondPayments Bureau of Employ Western Big Three foreign the next terra of court imcnt Security ters today open a twoday strategy jAccording to police Brant was The bureau listed 11 areas five meeting they hope will move themwonderingup Sugar Alley aboutiof in Pennsylvania as hav threefourths of the way when he the 12 per cent or more ofavail the united front they need car parked at the rear of able workers unemployed 1 negotiating with the Soviets iBIatts Auto Parts Stonf Reid is m the commonwealth are Altoona They are expected to give quick employe at Blatts Johnstown bcranton approval to German proposalsal Brant told police he decided to drafted by a team of allied i take the car anddrive to Hillj Iwo others were Buffalo the past sWe Westmoreland County along the American Eastern seaforced to close for the day board that an Argentine liner thejlack of workers But it appeared RICHMOND Mich AP An Rio Tunuyan had to return tothat the demonstration had taken The chipmunks who helped him United Auro Workers New York Monday after havingaway from work far fewer than m of Sura Sthe PrCident Wulter P Reusailed voyage toJthe which an ls tiasucu Simon 1 hey are of cotuse the ther to addrcss the graduation South America ticipated nteht its two crewmen afternoon at the State from his excursion bor market areas wim labor singing on the words dass at Richmond High School A passenger said it was a Tlie American Federation UWmen Wer6 theTSe lo reviel the Gennan and parked the car in the pluses of at least 6 per cent bong and Atvm s has stjrred up a controversy inrible 48 hours before the vesselState Counrjand Municipal Woiki nA i outlook with West Germanys Forvicinity of the Auto Store eluded Pittsburgh Harmonica this predominantly Republican turned back Furniture and wooders Union claimed showed up Paiie D Tveian Minister von Brent Reid spotted Brant as Brant Pennsylvania communities The witch doctor That was the comnumUv lvvork wag jn 7Q foj pjcket jnftrch around Lines Miami Fla exploded Heimich von Bieut rf Indi title of the song which launched Reuther had accepted the invitaper cent of the vessels public Hall Police put tlie figure at T ln S T Acting Secretary of State Chrismediately questioned him Brantana KittanningFord City and St Seville s bigtime careei tlon to speak lo the 70 graduatesareas Four of the 99 passengers Whatever the number they or cie aa tian Herter Jr forseeniecl somewhat willing to talk j Marys Sevill cashed in on commercial al June u commencement exwere injured although none their unhappiness plain 1 H Jrf ailiim SecrelarvofStale John Foswith Reid and was equally will1 The bureau said in its report tiems with the chipmunks whose ercises Jnd nearK WWR spaJ Mkvm put of conUo1 Dulles is to leoresent the ing when Reid summoned a police Monday that the job market for irlla IK wnrsft fhan last were injured although none seri made their unhappiness plain of e r lously and nearly all were sea Mayor Wagner drew a resound appear on wallpaper 1j Now the Board of Education sick ing chorus of boos as his car Eugene Nwselhaqs antf Robert shirts and cookies I plans to meet with Reuther to try j Capt Jose Maria Dodero said brought him to City Hall at Gillespie both ofs the Miami j He saved money by not having to stop the that at one pojnt hisvesselrolled1 morning iami were killed ito hire singers Seville himself is The invitation was extended by GO a few less than Two pickets in Bermuda The casket of Louis ww M the chipmunks A tape recorder Atex NeiSOn superintendent of the the capsizi n a point nables him to achieve the strange district i Hi carried dead fish and signs 75 of Detroit placed on the attributed to Alvin and his From across the Atlantic the ing Dont try to hook us withplane at Orlaitdoj Fla Officer idle workers is worse than last Britains Foreign Secretary SelHowever Brant and the police year but most employers expect wyn Lloyd a veteran of many had conflicting viewson the defiia shghttomoderate hiring pickup diplomatic conferences is to atnitiu of erinieGliess was thls sPnng tend along with French Foreign pals Minister Maurice Couve cte Mur t upon Southampton that just returned from a BermudaiHe had been the Ford Motor Co meejjngg1 the selection of a speaker reshe had been hit by one wave of vacation ilPga1 counsel for 12 years j eaviny considered I A group of parents filed a petiBritish liner Queen Mary reported the same old Wagner hashed at Melbourne Sunday vine another newcomer to such I ition wirii the board asking that upon docking at Southampton that just returned from a BermudaiHe had been the Ford Motor Co LJCCnS6 tremendous proportions See N 2 Col 4 Reveal Childrens Desire To Parents Didnt Spat Girls Temper flared 89 who died last week was beina taken to Flint ly Cars Collide NearPlumvillp PLUMVILLE TWO cars coi their hair Ijded near here today resulting in Housewife Dies In Pike Chain Crash ORKENSBURG AP Three trucks and two autos piled up on the tog shrouded Pennsylva nia turnpike early today killing an Ohio housewife and injuring at least six others The crash occurred at fiveipiiles east of the New StantoiO gy RENNIE TAYLOR usuaf way because she never saw against walls pull Interchange in Westmoreland AssociaUsd Tress Science Writer her parents in a fit of temper pierce their ears and noses cut an estimated damage accordi County SAN FRANCISCO AP A So she pulled out her hair as a designs in their skin aud even cut ingto State Police from the In Killed was Mrs Betty Bierley psychiatrist says he has found away of expressing her feelings oft the end of a toe because they diana substation of Miamisburg Ohio Her hvismarried couple who until recently Dr Gordon said he convinced resent a parent or someone else Police report a car opfciated and William 39 and two daughnever got angry outwardly at the parents it was all right to whose influence they cannot esby J ClydeReiu 5fl 212 Qusfeer ters Mary Beth 8 ajid Mary Ann least show anger and gave the child cape Dr IJHUie said Johnstown failed tQ yield 4 were detained at Frick MemoriBut Qje couple had a little girl isoine tips on how to throw a Un He called thene localized selfthe riaht of way and struck a Hospital in Mount Pleasant All who sometimes pulled hairs out truui This he reported stopped destruction They appear car coming in fhe opposite direc vvmreported in fair condition oj blonde tressts the hair pulling to be juvenile substitutes for suitiou operated by Samuel Dakssio Others injured included Pauline look the child to Dr Dr Reginald S of the cide the physician said in talking 21 Beyer Whitucy 21 of SimMnit K Gene Gordon of the Childrens Pennsylvania State Welfare Deto reporters Anyway the gestures Ji is reported the incident oc 21 ul Whitewater Hospital of Washington Di paitment at Harrisburg a re expressions of desire to get cur red about a nV four and Roger Hovdeti 29 of Gordon toid the American Orlhoin the same ptuujl discussion that rid of the influence of tlie other miles south of Plumville on RouU Saint Jarucsi Minn Whitney and psychiatric Assn Monday how he selfmutilation by youngsters often personality at iiiterseciion of Legisla Uksaksuvss were treated aud relinked two specimens of beis Uieir way of symbolizing their Not all selfmutilation has this Route 3213B ased Hovden was admitted to havior desire to kill sinisteameaning Dr said Jie WestinurclaiwJ HospiWl in The little girl he said didnt Children up to the age of adolesSometimes it is done for the sake Homer tiiy Legion Party tonite ieeusburjj with iaciai injuries kuaw how to show auger in will bitng Uieir beads ol acceptance by a group 56 Midseis Ewlv Bu4 ition to servinu as Henrv Fords Monda HARRISBURG AP Penn y pictured the meeting as an sylvanjft inQtorislS will need 1959 automobile license stickers in or E Germany Holding US Pilot night tonight i The Slate Revenue Department rApv The s A y U S Airoy i begins caught operating a motor ASoviels forproinut reeave oi without one of ihe civilian ptlot whose anniversary afler the deadline wiu pJane strayed in 0 Commu See VMm7PW Subject to a fl after an east GernuQ Foreign j Ministry spokesman coufirniet that Knory W Vaughait M VS Army civilian emptoye wus held afier landing his sJiigleeugiiie4 plane near Dippach close lo the Iron Curtain border Vaughan works for the Army at Mannheim the office snack bars and post He became lost on a flight from Mannheim u Nuernberg A spokesman of the Eait mail Foreign Ministry in Berlin said an official aieul will jlu of der incident wiJi very sittce U t in than plant haV Inside The Gazeffe Bob Babco headed tlie intermediate league in scoring See the complete scoring statistics on sports page 11 PKTEB KUSON Western diplomats brace forthe foreign ministers mpeling coming up this Spring See Kelson s column on 6 Features 1 jiup II 15 r is Nulcs i irlj 4 WEATHKR Partly cloudy and mild tonight Low near 40 Wednesday in creasing cloudiness aim wuh atternoon iiifib 61 btj the German UC lUM IgO m   

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