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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newipaper Thai vei Every Member of the Family sometimes ited by way swum folks 194 IDITION y April 2 Two Sections jv Police To Rotate ants In Top Job i To GIs Aid executive duties of the Indiana Borough Police De jpartment today are in the hands of four sergeants change hv the admitf Fistration pf the local police force is the result of the fail lure of the Indiana Borough tuiicil to appoint a chief be tore Uie expiration of the term during whieh Defective By EuGENE KRAMER Sergeant Harry H Owens TOKYO U serving as officer in S airmen general charge for overriding a colonel SgL Owens was placed in charge vacatifl Plahs bumped lot Uie police department upon they16 Plane bound of fo r m e rN chief tne United States c Sanford x Even so one of the enlisted 1 fit is reported was delayed in reaching IffliUee of the Borough Council has fne bedside of his critically considered the selection of a perill mother She died before tnanent chief but no action has he could get home riot yet reached the Borough Conn A11 the eilI1sted meft were on cil meetings j emergency leave The colonel It is understood that negotiabound family fora vaca lions are continuing for the aption in over the Ipointment of a chief and advertismilitary airliner that was to carry ments are being run in district them home from Tokyo j itwspapers announcing the The Air Force saidthe plane incy in the Indiana Police Departwas ordered back 30 01t leaving Japan when one of the Sgl Owens who assumed the stranded soldiers telephoned administration of tITe police deGen Robert w Bums partmenl at the request of the er of US forces in JaparK j council at no increase in salary t i fnformed the committee he would The ieutfnant bumped of the with his artdj lolice only until Aprl 1 children as Since that deadline has been Used with no chief Ihe passert8er V Police Committee permitted m ouler fie administration of the depart to fall to the sergeant who1 colonel was adced to remain on duty at the time Jin Japan The sergeants iKCludeJjoward T Banford Edgar G Sullinger John and fetorned to duty the Air i Force said He could not be reached for comment j Force spokesman saidi Platt might be completely inno cent fn the But one Of the I enlistfed meji said tiie colonel was very provoked at being bumped See 4 4 at fte PlaneS SOPHIA GETS JAPANESE Sophia Loren ac cepts an ancient Japanese doll and a scroll awarded hpr in Japan for being named actress of the year Malting is Carl Foreman prodvvcer of in Loren The presentation made on ettBfe WJith AGun for which MiswMfiiW pbur and Sgt Owens itairwell for which her Liz Eddie HOLLYWOOD woman Jlunged eight stories down a g ff hotel stairwell today and Q jftQfl ilice booked a man companion j suspicion of attempted The woman was critically j njured j Police said she goes by the fame of Georgia Lee Rowley but her true name is Holsclaw i fie is 13 Schools Plan father Project In India I LONDON Red Chinas radio declared today jTibets Dalai Lama has taken refuge in India i The broadcast quoting the China News Agency said the Dalai Lataa left Tibet by the rebel lious There has no definite word on the fate of the Dalai Lama since fighting broke out between Tibetans and Chinese Communist occupation forces on Starch 20 j unofficial reports said the 23yearold spiritual and political i leader of his mountaintop codntry was witlj southern Tibet and perhaps trying to reach asylum in The Peiping broadcast said he party arrived in Indiaon of j the Indian Jbverhment police thorities nad been to jneet him j The place 6f his arrival was not1 stated i The Indian High Commission in j London said it had no iftforma tion on the whereabouts of the Dalai Lama COURAGE r AD A j ln MATO GOP Aid Birthday Address By J M HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower sum moned the free world today to display unity courage and perseverance in a quest for world peace despite Com munist menace and Those who respect the HARRISBURG AP will not fail T i the magnitude of the Gov Lawrence abandoned said hope today of gaining support m an address prepared for the jfor his proposed 3V2 per centopening session of the 10th anni tax among a group ofiversjrymeeting of the 15natipa rebellious House Treaty Well have to eet Renub C unci1 said the we U nave to get Kept need f d Communists abandon their House Lawrence told his of worid weekly news coherence hlj shall never cease to en reference to his proposal tojicourage such a he said boost the sales levy from 3 to but added that free men must be 3Vz per cent and broaden ilsiprepared for years of tension and coverage i bickering with a force that men Asked specifically if he had the very Spiritual foundations up hopes of gaining support of V ANNOUNCES RES1G JSfATION Meade Alcorn GOP national committee chairman tells newsmen at yesterday thai he haS delivered his resignation toPresident Eisenhower effec tive next week when thfr com mittee will meet Sen Thurston B Morton is considered a front runner as a successor Tpr Pierce In Mexico i IT isaia me uaiai I Ihnteen universities are banding together to do someporters there were thing about it They re mapping plans for a 71millibn doltear for his safety lar weather research institute said tlie DalaiLamas iled sup1 By JAMES BACON AP Motion Picture Writer LAS Nev C of Eddie Fisher said today that he department of at Police were questioning Robert and EUzabeth Taylor ma Massachusetts Institute of Tech ames Rowley 40 a in Mexico within the next six anf CAR id he and the woman lived at weeks j said the institute wdulti lead to ne same Hollywood address better weather forecasting and landed onthe The janine floor of the Hollywood laza Hotel and rolled down a of stiars intothe lobby be R ire a score of fiof rifted onlookers i Police said bellboy Raymond Miss 0an had gone to a room where 10 a man and woman hud been heard loud argument vorce which Wll be final for a The Dalai L had and troops hunting him Police House DenVocraLs who haye op posed his tax plan Lawrence re pHed afraid X But the governor explained that he had some success in up votes last week amongHouse members for the program and that Im still pursuing The governor expressed a strong willingness to listen to any suggested changes in his plan but quickly emphasized that this could j hot be picturec to compromise Eisenhower addressed himself See IN NATOPage 4 Col 1 r Two are as a willingness JJJ injuries they yesterday in L a twocar accident fiveiniles south Ill give Venous consideration of Indiana on Route 80 to anything Anybody suggests Lawrence said on taxes We have got to solve it some way but dont lets start talking compro HARRISBURG He had a crisp yep Jn the hospital are Mrs Shirley Ashbaugh 28 Point Saltsburg and Mrs Susan Matusovich 49 Verona According to hospital officials Symphony Tour Next Sunday Keas VVdrn No site has been chosen for the to come from the federal governments National Science Foundation j I Tickets are still available for the Sunday totir to hear the Pittsburgh Symphony at Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh The fee includes the round trip bus transportation About Berlin Air Collisions i BERLIN Soviet Un1 son for speeding jion warned today American andinear Butler in an1Mrs Ashbaugh one of Qharles L Pierce has been to queries on whether he the cars suffered a fracture of 4 Col the forearm and contusions of the head Mrs Matusovich a passenger in the other car received abrasions of the arm and injuries to the chestand right ankle According to the state police from the Indiana substation a car operated by Josephine Ceccato 42 Verona pulled across Route 80 HARRISBURG former apparently to pirk off the left side planes missed from the Pennsylvania police for what officials de scribed as brawling1 with other troopers last December at the barracks Trooper Pierce served at the Indiana substation in 1955 and 1956 Col Frank G McCartney state police commissioner said the dis missal was unrelated to Pierces having arrested Gov Lawrences State Oral School Said 11 n I 111 Political last summer Public Instruction Department j specialist today told a Senate in of causing the colli sion with the auto coming in the It would have a staff of about If theroom and salt LooJTwha Fisner Pantedout that hecould550 including about 100 research Its done to me el adivorce in Mexico without scientists A fleet of nine airplanes his wifes consent The bellboy said her face was u J including gayeral of transport size riiised i Asked if that means he and would gather atmospheric data 1 ravenhaired Miss Taylor would1 Information obtained in these stud iii Mexico Fisher ies would be a majo 3tep forward agreement in the nations efforts to solve He and Miss Taylor said they mysteries of the atmosphere See LkPage 4 Col 8 j See 4 Col 4 Tickets may be secured at the Indiana Travel Agency or res ervations made at the Gazette office The bus for this Gazettespon Ashbaugh car the j Soviet planes could collide acci The commissioner emphasized i vestigating committee the operated by Mrs ticket for the symphony and I dentally in West Berlins air cori that the dismissal was In no way ton State Oral School is a dinner at an Oakland restaurant iridors if the United States the ticketing oflcal f IJ1 C t sists in sending in high flying airMerry Lawrence the governors That school is immersed passengers in i craft teenaged son declared Miss Gladys B We do not know what conse Pierce 48 of Jeannelte hasFish Camp Hill who formerly Iquences such a collision would been on the force since i headed the public Instruction a Soviet Embassy spokes McCartney said he was suspendpartments Auditory Examination Connie Barkley 7 Saltsburf jury fo the left Theodore Barkley 10 Saltsburg injuries to the head and right leg Lujan said he started down the Itairs to get help and a moment liter the woman hurtled past him Iqwn the stairwell rolice said Rowley has a record If arrests for drunkenness for lery and assault with a deadly leapon soed Wur wil cave from me iman in East Berlin told after brawling with fellow fcSev SStaS statement came as in the Greensburg The five membercommittee egEJ 9 coming Sunday 1 Is Washingum and Moscow refused a Dec9 was Probmg operations of the Public in the that back off in the dispute over tha We inured Sdel turn to Indiana at 8 rights to this isolated Ernest Ceccato 13 Verona lao InionAide apsPRR arProgram IALTOONA Pa union ficial suid Wednesdjiy night that lltoona might become a ghost pwn if tlie present leasing and c Of raillOUU irs by the Pennsylvania Railroad Imtinuws First Results Show to back off in the dispute over air access rights to this isolated Silld ily I1 1 Responsible informants said the Whe lhe trooper failed to show states special education funds v United States intended to disreUP tor a martial Jyn 9 his Hie oral school is part ot the Verona of the face and head the Sovietspecified 10000tdlsmissal followed states special education budget ury Jennie Bmnock 36 Verona Surgeons Knife Powerful Poison L x Flip Of Coin AntiCancer Partners loot ceiling and dispatch highfly Technically Pierce has been Wiss Fish said she had recximk d suspended McCartney said how mended to Dr Charles H Boehm Susftn Mat JSOVS Veronjl chest ever the suspension is withoutsuperintendent of public instruc iug planes as necessary to supply the U S garrison here By JOHN HARBOUR Associated Science Writer SeekAdded day was reported postponed poisonous to both the cancer and dislodged during the cancer oper the patient Just enough is given ation tp the patient to hit the The surgeon controls 90 SPRINGS Mo To get the effect you have to ol the solid tumors in men said i A i surgeons knife a POWapproach the toxic dose said Uie Dr I S Ravdin of the University erlul ppisou and a flip of a coin University of Illinois researcher oj Pennsylvania But a surgeon W WIIU Sll U l Eugene Attreed vice president are the strange partners To control cir compare tfte must concern himself withi HARRISBURG International Transport1 tesln8 a teduiique against properly only half of the woruj drugs to reach widely spread vanias formula for determining i orkers Union told a union rally we primusen participating in the test got small cancers the knife can not school district subsidies would be the PRR can lease new cars m8 nitrogen mustard treatment or removr changed to allow increases ess cost a day than they can of success of the technithe breast cancer operation A Each yearcancer in the Uuiied House legislation introduced Id ihtin cjuem treating breast cancer were flip ol the Witt decided which States kills persons said Attreed made the statement to by Dr Warren Cole at got the poiSjOu Dr Stuart M Sessoms chiefof i The measure would add an estii cmbers of Locals mi aiid AmencUu Cancer Soj Dr mi cancer has recancer drug therapy for the Namated 174 million dollars a bit summarising contract seminar on cancer research curred twice as often in women tioaal Caucer Institute ennium to the states sliare of ins to date and who did get the niuWn Some new cases are public school support now runi Attreed said the aegotiating The test was begun more treatment and deaths fie fouad each there are oing close to a billion dollars jmimittee will make a report totwee years ago Dr Cole and more twice as high always under treatment ion The bill would raisethe basic Other chemical compounds cancel figure now used in calculating sub i green light before winging to BerJ 11ie trOQPer will be eligible for if it is being efficiently the AshbaUgh lin on a new test run A plan to a to M Per cent of tered satd Sen George N Wade order a second lest flight salary j chairman of the committee prior to its session to Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx I day Inside The Gazeffe TKNTH An article concerning the tenth anniversary of the North Atlan tic Treaty Organixatiun is featured by Edson on page 8 today MATCHES A cepuii of lucal participation ia rifle matches is featured on spurts pages lit auj 1 Odd Request PBESCOTT Arfc W r Prescott Chamber ol j has a request it doesnt intend u fulfill j Clerk Mercy Wagner received Mhis letter from Robert ol Veuita j Send me a tajantula Ship it tit me in t alive if you caat ifind one tell me wheru I catt 1 Thank Other Features le Presidents Council at a meetcolleagues wanted to try a power Washington Sept 78 poison nitrogen mustarij with AJtddtut i UiaiMeds aaamst breast cancer be used Hotel Homer Fri Music mustard a coysju to Spnje aie available Carl Spaniel poisoa gas World War 1 aud destroy WMHC to caaceicells also can This unchecked would mean 40 sidies from to for a It Confirm million Americans now living willevery 30 elementary school nu ttiat can develop cancer and million will pjls or every 22 secondaiy school cells die of it Dr Sessoms pupila i WEATHER Fair and cooler tonight Low 34 to 38 iug rather cloudy ia the mild JIARR1SBURO 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