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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                That Every Member of the Family r SixHour Financial EDITION Two OWENS Doesnt See FourDay Work Week HARRISBURG AP Pennsylvanias top school of I ficial jioday recommended the commonwealth take contro distressed school districts fail to balance their budgets for more than three years in a row I tJimk jmtting these dis tricts into a kind of receiver ship is the answer to the Dr Charles H Boehm public instruction I superintendent TORKADO AFTERMATH This aerial vieShoWS the remain of two the Aralea eratioS of SS deSrSS8 i Ma which struck very unexpectedly erations of his department day tornado dead and nine hospitalized AP Wirephoto This is a very straightforward approach to the told the committee j He later explained his idea to a newsman in this manner i Tlie state would take over com plete financial control of the school district hend on all it 1 expenditures and fiscal affairs i However we would leave op oration of the school teaching and so on up to the dis j He made his statements while testifying on the states aid pro gram for distressed districts The Delinquent Procediwes GHJ5ENSBURG Pa AP United Steelworkers Presi David J McDonald to day said there is little hope of his union gaining a 4day i week or a 6 hour day in forthcoming contract negoli ations with the basic steel in dustry The grayhaired labor lead Jhowever still spoke en thusiastically about reducing j Work schedules by giving r workers a threemonth paid vacation every five years Speaking at a Dist 16 USW con ference McDonald said Hie Steel Industry is in no mind to negotiate a 4day week or a 6hour day this I do not intend Mcfronald said to lead our peqple into any fight they cannot win and we can not win that Steelworkers now work an 8 hour day and a 40hour McDonald in his formal speech made no reference to the 3month vacation plan However at a shews conference immediately af terwards he referred to it as my i j McDonald was at the news conference if there was any significance in omission of the ex tended vacation plan in his speech In reply he declared i all Dont rule out my baby The only reason I did not mention the iaik was that I was running time and I bavie talked about it to them be 4 longer be reclaimed5 Delinqxient tax properties two years in Indiana County districts annually receive funds j The Indiana County Commissioners issued a reminder from the state to help balancejtoday that the system of selling delinquent lax properties in V they able to do st with local revenue In other testimony BoeKm rec ommended that tlie market valua tion of property in a school dis trict be the basis on which taxes are collected instead of on the as sessed valuation of the district Under present school taxation county has changed and urged county residents to note ic change before their properties are sold jr Uall Residents of Indiana County who k A have properties with unpaid tax1 POT es on them for 1956 and 1957 were advised today by the Indiana Coun ty Tax Claim Bureau that under r Pgh Symphony Ticket Deadline ijis union leader said thatthe USW isnof a strikehappy union We do not wairt a strike We want a decent wage decent hours and decent working j Contract talks with the basic steel industry begin May 18 inj New York City The present 3 year contract expires at midnight ijune 30 Council Approval Needed Sgt Harry Owens today was recommended as the new police chief of Indiana by borough councils police com mittee In making the announce the committee said it has appointed Owens as tem jorary chief until next Tues day nights borough council session The committee will then ask council to name Owens as the per manent chief and successor to Howard Sanford who resigned late ast year Tlie committees action today came in the wake of an announce nent yesterday that the depart ment would be headed by four sergeants until the appointment of a permanent chief Owens had served as1 temporary chief since Sanfords resignation but requested that a decision on his status be made by Apr 1 Council and the police committee were unable to reach a decision by that date and Owens resigned his position as temporary officerin charge leaving the department in the hands of four sergeants Final decision on the police com mittees JirecommandatJon that Owens be given the too police post will probably be made at Tues day nights meeting of borough solons jatchaeFA Musmannb Pennsyl associated with the famed ttl caseT nearly 40 years ago appealed for Massa chusetts to pardon the two men posthumously yesterday two men were convicted and executed in 1927 for slaying two guards a payroll robbery Massachusetts State Representa tive bnfci of the leaders in the pardon plea con fers with the judge atState House AP WirephotoX By JAltlES BACON Tonight at is the systems tax rates are levied on deadline oil sale of tickets for the assessed valuation of the pro1 perty as determined by the school1 district j However Boehm explained inj some areas the assessed valuation is as low as cent of the actual market value the Gazette sponsored trip to jty days hear the Pittsburgh Symphony i Failure to pay before i at Syria Mosauo Sunriav I week of lune will mean USAF Clears Colonel In 11D bumping TOKYO U S Air Force today cleared a lieutenant colonel of charges he bumped six homeward bound enlisted men from a transport plane so he and his family could fly to Hawaii for a vacation But an Air Force investigating board said the officer Lt Col Charles Platt Jr of Brooklyn by his actions contributed to tlie confusion which caused tlie administrative error that blamed for the bumping The Air Force did not say spe cifically what had happened burl implied that subordinates handling the flight became flustered by tliej fee includes the round trip bus transportation ticket for the symphony and dinner at an Oakland restaurant Tickets may be secured at the Indiana Travel Agency until this evening or reserva tions made at the Gazette office Indiana Map Dies Of Traffic Injuries Albert G Incfiana R D 2 passed away this BOSTON New York atafternoon in the Indiana Hospital of injuries Jie received them Thursday night torney says he is convinced Sacco when the car he was operating ran off a rpact over Hnquenttax within tiu nexthir taxes today plans for wedding that will take lace probably May 11 j No one will know about it until i s over the joyful actress until today sale during July It was pointed out that underi the new law that all sale of such She was referring to Debbie property is final Under the prej Reynolds Fishers wife who an vious law the original owner hadlnounced Thursday she would not two years to redeem the property oppose Fishers desire to get a Under the current regulation all We are bothvery grateKjl toand Vanzetti not commit thetumed March 23 O I ltlAVi Tfc If H If 11 murders for which they were elec trocuted in 1927 statement by Mdrris L 1396 church Indiana Thursday before Mr Miller passed away at p The deceased was the lather of Mrs Leonard Kising sales are final Nevada divorce so at he marrv MaTSlS ithat state grant a posthumous The bus for the Gazettespon i All persons owing real estate I wish Liz and fidte N5c Sacco and Bar sored tour will leave from the taxes for 1958 and 1957 are Debbie ahe arSSl Indiana Evening Gatene at 1 vised to contact the Tax daimlfa Los this coming Sunday It is expected that the bus will re turn to Indiana at 8 a Massachusetts legislative com for r VanZettU Were in Bureau in the basement of the flight from a movie location jni courthouse immediately to makeSpain See I Col 1 L See t Col 4 it ill iUI a iranspolar the murders of a paymaster and guard during a robbery in 1920 US N Frogmen Sef Record Under Water NORFOLK Va A Four The body has been taken to the RobinsonLytle Funeral Home A complete obituary will appear in tomorrows Gazette The deceased was operating his Tibet Exile v fflfiS By WATSON SIMS NEW DELHI Tibetan exiles today haijled the es cape of the Dalai Lama into India after a perilous flight from the Chinese Reds They declared he still is their Prime Minister to a cheering Parliament that the 23yearold living Buddha of Tibet had reached a haven in India three nights ago an escape announced by the Peiping radid Thursday Yes he is in good Nehru said Indicating the Dalai Lama will be given quick asylum he promised that the refugee will be treated with great respect Prayers of thanksgiving were offered by Tibetan exiles from New Delhi to vlCalimporig town near Tibets frontier people at Kalfmpong went wild with joy The government of Tibet if now in said Silun Lukh wangwa former premier of Tibet car on Legislative Route 32060 j now in New Delhi There is only about five miles north of Shelocta on March 23 when the ear ran off the road i State Police who investigated the Inside Chomber At Navy Doctor In Test Of Pressure On Moon By ELTON C FAY NORFOLK Va AP Mrs f i wri 3 j j The convictionsand executions Navy frogmen climbed out of reported it occurped touched off riots in many parts ofswimming pool at Pm the world amid charges that Sacjday after areconi 48 hours under ct and Vanzetti were put to death li because they foreigners and The men bettered by seven hours the record established by anarchists Ernst said the late Joe John Gary in New gangster oncein August 1958 described the murders and an A Navy spokesman said they swered his questions on details looked good except for extreme which he said could have beenily white and deeply wrinkled known only to a participant hands and when fliev car rolled on its side mak ing it impossible for Mr Miller to get out immediately He sustained a head injury and an injury to the wrist in the accident Sticker Found v get MxreJlista sign a statement pool at the Norfolk Naval spheric presswe are virtually nonihappen to blood in Tabors Pennsylvania Supreme could have stayed in there existent The conditions are those veins if uiarant Justice Michael A the CXiStent if he werent protect Michael A he said Jinan would find if he walked inthe space suit I charged at Thursdays hearing immediately aftar fist n mockithft valleys of the moon say the1 Taboo waiting Gls from the passenger pointed to her wrist watchiNevy experts has bean experimenting Victims of a vain stupid ie AF 9 i i A v bosbaad il was time But Tabors helmet and preswith designs of space suits and and prejudiced judge atse a for dinner She asked him to comesure suit keep his body at a tolerpressure chambars since 1956 I Judge Musmanno said the jury submersion T byck from out there T f a native of ChjirlestQnltliat SaccP and Vanzetti were thecame up they were esamined to bean axperimentinftlvictims of a vain stupid biased determine ohvsical and determine physical and psycho 1956 back from out there feetable pressure level of feet The present design is the besvas justified in returning a ver edfie of sPace latitude yet Tabor says I permits oomldict of Stilly because it never pressure chamber at the paijative freedom of movement of knew of the prejudice of Judge Dinner was ready at home the Enters Suit t DOrOUnh i ve cilldren were waiting naval air seems like a the arms logs hands and head Webster Iliayer or of the evidence MWI VMVJI i j R1Chard Tabor Navy doctor quiet safe sort of place Put likejWith he new has Musmannoalleged was kept has been filed bundUfdspace itself danger lurks in thata navy jet fighter can write notes the Jwws Ira Bloom Dies In Ebensburg A suit for in tlie office of tiie Indiana a in a lest chain1 windowed ligiued chamber from1 even wearing the gloves ty Prothonotary by attorneys for ber llie air pressure had uhich almysi all air has been space suit can eat in a some Ora Bush resulting from inj uries been to that which would pumped hurried and restricted maii the plaintiff received when found the llw At a simulated pressure of 60riejO while at simulated high alti II on Carpenter Ave on feel altitude the volunteer in tutles rsouth sideof Philadelphia Street peeraJin at him ilie chamber wouldstay Thursdays demonstration byj Feb 10 1958 The hands on dials on the outabout 70 seconds if his pressure Dr Tabor of the high altitude According to the complaint the tlie Fissure chamber suit failed In an adjacent chauipressure chamber was a DJailltiff fell about 940 am on ttoluld around and around ac i nuj acuiaii vueu Pennsylvania State Employment office today The number of the sticker Is 2977287 Owner of the registration sticker may claim H by showing one legal and constitutional gov ernment of Tibet and it will al ways be wherever the Dalai Lama Nehru said the Dalai Lama crossed the border in northeast India north of the village of wang about 500 miles north of Calcutta To wang has the largest Buddhist monastery in India The Dalai Lama and his party of about 80 are now approaching Towang Wellinformed sources in Kal impong said the Dalai Lama made his daring trek of about 300 miles from the capital of Lhasa to the Indian border in two Some times the fugitives saw Chinese Communist search planes over head With the effects of their prolonged j the proper identification at the j Indiana Borough Police office Inside The Gazeffe BOYLK Maybe every office isnt a circus but every office worker will find a familiar character in Hal Boyles column on page 6 INDIANA ACs Jnciiana ACs play Sunday niglit at Weirton Read about this tournament and oilier spoils on pages 14 and 15 A A wo Navy hospitalmen wearj test lasting only long enough to the Ebeusbura Manor the day of the incident and oxygen masks stand ready to make him late for dinner hbensbulS Manor Other Features JM1VW1II WO IHV 111C original Cambria County Fair in tured her hip Tn WUUU eel JWlUW Quickly if trouble Last year Tabor conducted an Blftum wa rhe nt rh Hie is asked to cover the test chamber is at Their chamber lifts a pressure endurance demonstration Foi ouetioi ot tlie injury tlie of salary he airstation here where1 representing feet ril of C0uuty horsemen Funeral services will ixe nftliiiftt j what problems will oofllroot njaiioj water stands on a As theboJtiiig1 and swaUowing food be bimday KagksUance Sat April when he roams out an pressure drops the water before the airless condition of high Dame ton ite Medoras Oil i Us AL feet air and to boil This is what would could knock him out aiet lis IK They hours he remained in the pressure too was fjie Peking toward heUvear oxygen masks keep an chamber uiicter conditiouV found Ifc the dean Selling Out Sale Audreys Yarn space travd Wjth through a porthole iw space He ate at intervals by F Shup ti North Plaza 135 teers like U n is learning In Tabors cliamber a beaker j flipping up the mask of his helmet Minor buirb News t U tvwicii 18 4th MuMcby UieStajs WKATHKR Railier wiudy and cool tonight with possible Saturday partly cloudy and culder with 9 chance of occasional light show MS hou lonjglil iu njjpei 3Us Saturday in uppoi 40s Khampa tribesmeu leaders in Ti btets the Dalai Lama crossed great rvvers and high mountain passes to reach the fron tier these sources said The Chinese CommunMs ia dift closing Thursday that feeir quarry See Page tol I Sutton House Sold Yesterday The Suiton property on die tier of South Sixth and Church Streets was suld yesterday to Anthony F Carioo of the Country Club Road Built in tlie the hoine of Mrs FlomMtt Sutuw who leaves this mouth to take residwKe in WashiagWa The building by Sam ing price Wiw by Carl   

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