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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                1 TEDDY Indiana County That Ser Evtry Member of the Family City In Cost Of IndianaHomer Road Highway HOSPITALIZED BUT HAPPY Kellcy 67 officially designatedKansas Mother of Ithe Year to day ending days of confusion Over the selection receives con gratulations from two of her three daughters Mrs Henderson is in a Salina hospital recuperating from injuries suffered in a fall Contusion wastouched off last week by erppneous mailing of selected letters to 40 Kansas women At is Mrs Irven Hayden Atwood and at right is Mrs Pat Maley Saliha I Aultman Man Dies In Blairsville Crash HARRISBURG AP Criticism mounted today over Highways Department admin istration under former Secre tary Lewis M Stevens This criticism was revealed when the State Highway and Bridge Authority approved a 150 per cent increase in tbyjj appropriation for the planned fourlane highway between Indiana and Homer City andj a Westmoreland County proi jject j The total cost of thelocal pro jject increased from to j the Highways Depart ment said due to an estimate bas ed on plans which were 48 per cent completed and the need to revise the span lengths of fourj bridges lengthen the project from 15 to miles and relocate a j Baltimore Ohio Railroad See 10 Col 1 j WESTERN POWERS MINISTERS diplomats ofchief western powers pose for apicture during conference at Slate department in Washington D d yesterday on uerman situation In group are from left German Foreign Minister Heinrich von Brentano British Foreign Secretary Selvvyn Acting U S Secretary of State Christian Herter and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de AP WirephotoJ n Tanker Plane Crash Claims i Four ptantly early when his auto crashed headon into a stone retaining Avail of a railroad iSnderpasg in Dead is Richard Williams 52 r Police said Williams car was westbound on Maple when it went through an intersection and smashed into thea thunderstorm v Tuesday abutment Time of the accident was fixed at a m Alcorn Quits Post As GOP Chairman AAine Picket Faces Charge West Foreign Ministers In BerlinPlan Retaliate To Similar Red Move WASHINGTON AP The United States today im posed a temporary ban on travel by Soviet diplomats in the United States in retalia tion for a similar ban on the noveinents of American dip omafs in the Soviet Stale Department press officer Lincoln White said the prohibition on which New York travel is will be lifted when the Soviets lift the ban they announced earlier to day Our embassy in White said has reported that the Soviet Union for temporary rea sons has apparently closed down all travel of foreign mission per sonnel both civilian and military to any area in the Soviet Union with the exception of Leningrad Soviet authorities have refused how long this temporary ban will About a third of Soviet territory is more or less permanently closed to travel by foreign diplo mats Regulations require that for the remaining twothirds diplo mats give notice of inten About the same situation travel by Soviet dip lomats in the United States n a ebrn resigned today as j v i1i v Kentuckys strikebound Tornadoes In Candidates Draw For Positions conducted todav at the KILUEEN Tex Committee effective when me committee picks a successor next u wcfk Smith s death but said he was presenkTuesday nierht1 e u i J ti ii ar Tna cttiall killing the crew of four Alcorn announced at a at ine sina Deputy Indiana County Tlie 4engine jet KC135 was on ference that he had delivered a Safety Commissioner Don Michael Hallow and Blairsville8 routine training flight from letter to President Eisenhower accessories to Police offered two opinions as toBergstlom Air Force base at Aus earlier in day saying he M j f 40 tin Tex reluctantly giving up the chair lhe Williams base isted the cnwmtn manship for personal reasons m the convoy that may 1 a heart at 1st Lt Rodney Anderlitch said he is returning to his law Capped at Smiths mine he said tack or 2 fallen asleep at the San Antonio Tex firm in Hartford Conn f The situation in eastern Ken wheel j MaiJesse Le Myrick 41 Wichi As for a successor Alcorn miffing areas The auto was demolished jita Falls Tex jhe has discussed a very he1 said Manymine Wa Hallow attributed death to a lst U philP De Bonis selection of names with the presi dent and many members of tlie eis aie then lives Indiana injuries due to a crushed Soviet Unnigftt the Berlinsons oft The sters M J German Drawings for positions on the ballots for the Republican and OK Ttomnrratir nrimurv piiwrinnc WPIP uumatic rupture of the heart and Democratic pnmarv elections T sgt Herman Allison Clark committee He declined Operators m seven State Delays Deadline On Car Stickers HARRISBURG AP ing motorists today enjoyed a 48 in chest Police said his car was ap Courtliouse by the County Com missioners The eight Republican candidates for nomination as one of two nomiiof sPeed when it nees to represent the GOP as cement framewcrk commissioner candidates at the Williams wife Ella Ewing Wil General Election will appear in the following order on the pri mary ballot 45 Tampa Fla An Air Force officer said to evaluaw i iprospects the chances of any have bcpn resisting Winstfailure to cany 19 i h t 10 oiitrvntrtKita linnnca iaac Britain many partment with Acting Secretaqj of City Stare Christian A Herter pressure to A freak 4omado dipped into Marshall far east of the mam turbulence area unroofed ope home and then lifted It struck hours after the main twister line left Texas Another tornado cut a path 500 make some basle German policy decisions by night since they are scheduled tpreportto a meeting of the foreign ministers of NATO Thursday on their plans talks begun Tuesday were i59 automobile license tags mands for a new contract piovid r before the midnight deadline ex J rests for failure to obtain the new registration stickers untii mid Home Indiana is in charge of Alfonso DeGaetano Carman incumbent Harvey Orr G stearraneements phens Edwards Richard Kintcr arrangements Land Frank Barkley In the GOP race for district at torney Thomas Malcolm drew first place on the ballot and I bent Murray Buterbaugh is second IG IM U G PS 6V The Republican candidates for j NEWXRK NJ AP J Two treasurer drew the following tions ior the party s primary bal parently traveling at a high rate cations were the plane came apart He conferred with Eisenhower ing a a day pay therefore it hit the impact the White House in the fnorn A autopsy disclosed Smith was Biph to nff ar pointed out twat two of the jet engjing but did not talk with newsmen shot five apparently withjpued luesday n8hl to nold oft ar ilJgines were only damaged when at that time j a 38 caliber weapon while he and Mams passed away iu hit the ground His intentions had been companion headed for a Thiircrfaw 1957 i officer said thepilot radioed however and it was unters home nignt inursaay nignc A complete obituary will appearonly three minutes before thederstood he had informed Eisen En tliey were stOpped by in tomorrows Indiana Evening crash that everything was all j bower of his plans jfive men whOi after learning craft crashed and exploded increasing Justcontrol of tensions over Soviet traffic in Allied air corridors between West Germany and West Berlin while hurrjcanestrength winds damaged homes and businesses in and near Longview I in a cedarcovered area Wreck age was scattered over a half mile area The largest piece of the plane intact was only four by five1 Chairman Ray C appeared to be a front runner nian we They marched the job Alcorn said he hnnrH neaia away with Smith but permitted to return to the mine meet the line Sincethe March 31 deadline is IFred C Scribner undersecretary Bliss of by a mine employe of tlie crash is the pinkj of tlie Treasury David KindeUV j A v j a h 10 miles aide to Eisenhpwer Secretary 1X6 O ATt6nO tne lot Walter Work first Roy Schre cengost second John third Harry Nichol fourth and on the hl a the Anchor iteet j Hie site stone ranch 10 miles southwestW of the central Texas town of the Interior Fred Seaton Rep were burned Helton R Ford of Michigan and Jersey Turnpike1 Parker who lives across Charles H Percy young Chicago sevpntruck road from the ranch said heBusinessman who heads a 43mem was awakened by a loud roarandJber committee recently named to Eisenhower plans to attend the a big orange colored exploldraw up a longrange program1 Robert A Taft sion on the mountain i objectives for the party fmemonal bell tower on the Capitol Another witness M T Moore1 jgroamts Apnl 14 i Announcing this the i ally extended state polj O 6H 3T0 were advisedto hold up forcement and to tell local j t O U D jail in me Marshall Henderson Soviet Embassy in Eastjarea No one suffered injuries Berlin declared but damage was would result if the United States I tensive persisted in flying transport alr StillvAnother twister struck Gal craft into Berlin at altitudes above veston Bay on the Texas coast sinking a cabin cruiser and dam aging mqoring sheds The line of tornado weather rolled hundreds of into See 10Col I See 10 Col 2 WASHINGTON fog both New Car Carrier AF Warns I show these Republican llis home at tlie storm in the following order 35 of Westfietd said he saw tle Plane J E Calhoun Homer Mrs Julia W Pound Howard Wil was standing in the door of i i i 1 o i here was no word on whether he would speak at the1 A young pup about 3 monthscJsremouy honoring the late Re1 trait ot Ojd js seekingits owner The dog publican senator from Ohio Gun Proposal HARRISBURG Sen ale Law and Order committee today rcfused fo approve a pro posal that Would make Pennsvl Uniontown Area Blaze Guts Plant In the Republican race for sher iff Paul Craig drew first position incumbent Paul Jeffries second and Don Smith third The other GOP candidates for bounty positions have no opposi tion making a drawing for posi tions unnecessary Positions 91the county Demo cratic candidates wereonly neces for the commissioner and auditor positions qn the ballot The Democratic primary ballot will show the commissioner can listed Dee Miller first Both were killed the same way lhe mountain with a they stopped short one of jt a female appears well kept and a newsman Here is blatk wilh tan The President will address the ar anr a milUary requirecommittee burned fiercely UNIONTOWNT gun registration law the roared through the sprawling Eu toughest in the nation ireka Fire Brick Co atnearby There was a unanimous vote Mount Braddock today and de AP The Air to table the bill for the remainder stroyed the main manufacturing Force servednotice on the Soviets of the said Sen Dougbuilding today it will go on flying high allas H Klas H Elliott RFranki The blaze was discovered about A W ward and tell on the cab setting the afire Set 10 Col 2 7354 The announcement also said the titude transports to West Berlin lln chairman of the 16member 4 a in It quickly mushroomed through the concrete block struc bill which ture Cause of the blaze was oof owner may claim by 5 womens Conference ment is 1 jf J i 1 The controversial at a dinner here April 13 Republicans To Provide No Lawrence Disappointed By GOP Tax Stand HARRISBURG AP G o v a day and we will confurther consideration of the gov Earlier Reps Pat Trusio Lawrence today expressed deep Untie to lose that much in revenue ernors proposal to boost the sales Favelte and Samuel Frank D An Air Force require registration of aUjlearned immediately this statement shortly after a So1 guns and polrce fingerprinting and At normal operations the viet Embassy warning that comphotographingof new gun buyers plant employs 125 workers How plications would arise if the drew the fire of sportsmen across ever only five were in build United Stales persisted in flying the state and the National Rifle ing at the time of thf and planes to West Berlin at altitudes ieet The spokesman said that if at any time a military requirement is established fur transporting car go or military personnel in or out West Berlin the highaltitude disappointment on receiving ollifor each further day of lax from i to per centand said they would never Pluilts wil1 be used cial word fromRepublican House W Stuart Helm RrArm brouden its coverage will take vote ior ilie bill llie eltKitiu aliitiiile for Francis Harper second and members that they would not prostrong chairman of the GOP place next The combination enough cargo over relativel McCormick third Miller andjvide uuy votes to pass his said Asked specifically if he meant stall Democratic efforts to bring sllolt runs ib between and kCovmick are both seeking re1posed 3i per cent sales tax informed Lawjenw that it was dethere would be a vote oa the abom a second vote ou the defeated twoweeks ago defeated bill which features an in 1 raMll Assn they fled unhurt Inside The Gazette PKTfiR EDSON Potei Kelson says today that NATOs great hope is the of a UjiiieU Slates ui See puye d buth election as commissionirs In the Democratic race for Republican and Democratic Houseprovide auy voles for tlie tax billin the House McCann replied crease iu the sales tax rateTrouu A from the tor Richard James drew firsl posileaders reminded the to help adjuioistration make caat answer 3 10 3j per cent m ou winds After separate meetings withjcided at caucus not 10I diRepublican and Democratic House provide auy voles for tlie tax billia the House McCann replied 1 isileaders Lawrence reminded the to help adjuioistration make caat answer 3 10 per cent Soviet Embassy hinted that ex ticn and Mrs Agnes B Hood selawmakeis that the for rebelling Democrats Speaker H G AndUews The governor called in both incidents might erupt in cimcl i wealth will begin losing a We olfwed no in Cambria said ht was to publican and Democratic legist lhe lhree air Only one Democrat filed for the day ia becausp qf dtlay in our brief nmeiiug what action would leaders for a morning conWestern i us to on tax proposal ference to make a new try at told i aews Nobody knows he said breaking the stalemate Jnta cilv Ullless i lhe disPule remaining county offices j passing his proposed Ux by his nor did opt in both Ilie commissioner andApril I targei auditor primary election two per 1 am deeply said hisaieeUng pro RepT Allen will be selected to said in a Rep Stephen McCann Demoduced no new developiuents oa die GOP floor leader said no State party t the general of the failure to enact a cratic floor jleader said after the ta Bill novy General thiug tlxat could be lhal taX law Pennsylvania it Incinv KViof moalino uMlh 1 Aoo lion in November law Pennsylvania if brief meeting with Lawrence that See 111 tol J U S Ut tui ACs IN The a tournament bee sjiovls Qfhet Fttfufes   

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