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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                t t ton Indiana County That Every Member of the Family much ronfentmmit might not trt so food It eottM rob you Valtrms Indiana Pennsylvania Satqrday ApHI 4 two Stctioni AP Wirepboto Tax Revenues In State Run Behind Estimates HARRISBURG State Revenue has statistics shewing lhat Pennsylvania tax revenues for i are on Former Boxer EDITION Outfit WRAPS GOP Dems Lose Voters Here ures McDonald Asks Decent Steel Pact Suicide Jail Cell Doughertys report covering the ATLANTIC CITY N J first 22 months of the biennium Johnny Saxton formerworld wel Both major political part es in Indiana County each ost 500 voters since September 1958 registrai ion figures This was revealedtoday hv the reglstral ition figures listed in Ihe Ini idiana County Registration ofI If ice compiled by Mrs Glem entitle Bowman j Trie Republican party in the county ixnv has rei votersagainst Democrats This total for each repre1 of 598 for the GOP jooo G R EE N S B U R G Pa During the next two David J McDonald OfDou8herty said collections are the United Steelworkers exPected to to 44 million dol decent honorable t the full biennial period ending on tract from the steel industry May 3U McDonald told delegates at a General fund USW Dist 16 convention Fridav the Period totaled Negro bojer vpt cent from predicted vields partycount of last Sales tax collections so far toglary 8 Including the loss I pohtica I parties in an advance estimate of bv iatroiman Har in tinues to carry the largist T tration of any precinct in theeoun ine officer cut Saxton down and ty with voters Second Jslr to Atlantic City Hospigest is White 1 with reeis said was no tered voters a uenerai tund tax revenues durc8 asphyxiation had set The Prohibitionist Party in ihe Fridav the totaled ail carries as estimates strike and that t would prefer a ln addittoili new steel industry labor contract that the corporate net income and well in advance of the June 30 stock tax yields were run deadline 52 million behind what had It will be rough goina to expected lo 8et Cigarette taxes were a new contract said of estimates and inheri The good will we worked so hard tance levies yielded to build between management and more than anticipated over the labor has broken He said See 2 Col 2 he didnt think the steel industry nyould agree to a sixhour dav or I J I n week which he advo1016 rQy hter a breakdown between men the makeshift rope around a bar and women the completed tallv over the cell door The officer spotted him at Do Not Appease RedsIke i By M L ARROWSMITH Fear Rift With Red Chinese By WATSON SIMS NEW DELHI India AP Prime Minister Nehru to day rushed top Indian poll leal advisers to join the 3alai Lama still on the inarch along the northeast frontier There were indications STehru wants to keep the Ti etan ruler under wraps dur ing his refuges in India to GETTYSBURG Pa any or state Eisenhower lead to art Iseiled today any rift Red China jmentj of Russia in the Berlin One government source said crisis only would embolden Reds to speed up their1 of the ruler newsmen While cautioning against neW Communists P N Menon the Indian govern the most dangerous meats foreign presschief was the Western powers reported to be one of the advisers could pursue the President Nehru dispatched jcoiitinued to hold the door The Tibetan party of 80 was jqpeu to a possible summitreported on the march through Conference with the rugged forests along the frontier In a major foreign policy it would reach at the Gettysburg College city of Towang convocation Eisenhower said the y B47 Crashes In Arizona completed shows men registered against women Total registration corrected for i the coming primary elections j shows voters qualified to vote for their party selections county offices At Some Level TUCSON Ariz AP A B47 bomber from nearby DavisMon than Air Force Base crashed and burned early today 30 miles south of Tucson in the vicinity of the a fourday McDonald later told a news conference he still favors a pro gram which would give steelworkvanias unemployment cpmpensa MaJWilliam Abernarhy of base ers a 3month paid vacation every tion claims during the last week operations at DavisMonthan said five years ol March stayed nearly the sixjet bomber had gone down v j as in the preceding week the Uniat HARRISBURG Rita Mountains vanias unemployment cpmpensai MaJWilliam Abeniathy of base Funeral arrangements have been A G Miller who away yesterday afternoon in the Indiana Hospital Burial will be conducted Mon day afternoon details are on page 2 HEAD DOWN SIXFLOOJIS Bangor Me firemenwoik feverishly to free 67 Albert Fortin who Wangled for more than 40 minutes in the sixstory Northern Hotel elevator shaft One foot caught between two heavy timbers saving him from falling to a certain death Life saving leg wassprained Fortin had no other injuries He was a guest at the hotel AP Wirephoto United States and its Allies want The Standard a rather i TI close ties to substitute till rule of law for tlie rule of 4 j Fisenhower told his outdoor ence of about at the colleges of ti memorial field His speech before 9Oir was broadcast nationwide reaction Several Indian ne pressed concern that Peipteg See Page 2 CoK 3 ex NATO Ends Meet With Red Warning By JOHN JH HI2HTOWEK WASHINGTON foreign ministers con a dollar an hour Contract talks with the steel industry begin May New York City remrtcd Frida as toheate of iA en mnser con accordin8 Cluiim comparedcue party was sent to the Mr MiIIer was Warchjcludfe their Berlin crisis conference today with a new Jheelyo on radio Eisenhower spoke from a flag draped windshielded stand on the football gridiron The skies were alternately sunny and over cast and the temperature a chilly 48 degrees There were blankets and fur coats aplenty in the crowd And at one poinl the wind scattered the college bands sheet music Mrs Eisenhower was beside her husband on the speakers stand and both wore academic isters Unions member Jack D robes The First Lady received iTnomson was convicted of arson an honorary degree last month i Frday in last summers dry cleaa from St Joseph College a Cath5n6 fire that figured jn tha olic institution at nearby EmmitsiFrank Kierdorf human torch burg Md The President received death investigation one from Gettysburg College a A County Circuit Court Lutheran 1946 iof women and three men At todays ceremonies honorary I Jrou8nt its verdict against degrees were conferred on Secrel TnomPson 42 a Teamsters busi tary of the Interior Fred A aSent after four hours and ton and Pennsylvania Dist Judge23 minutes of deliberation a pal of Kiecdorf Teamsters business agent Found Quilty In Human Torch11 Case FLINT Mich Team was reported in new claims Flames from the wreckage were an basic Checks totaling were visible at the southeast side of IS fl TV t H V11W ft Ol A1U C inmailed out during the period the Tucson and were spotted also bureau said observers at the Air Force On Trial For Killing Handsome Married Connie Attorneys May Use SelfDefense Plea A M A rarti to A 1 daysof meetings here the inn M Council to have endorsed fully the determin chicken dinner f1OU Thiee lo hold Berlin in the ol Soviet threats and Just jjow Western powers con new Jheelyof Gettysburg Shoupe Child Buried Friday Richard M Shoupe two and one half year old son of Mr and Mrs Braden S Shoupe of New Castle was killed Tuesday when struck by a vehicle in New Cas Indiana and An Inda INDIANAPOLIS Jnd AP what could have caused nerve inan unseen arm injury president her lover of Attorney forMinne B to Mrs Nicholas arms However the prosecution quicklv ShSTtp her n his will Nicholas on trial tor her Tlie arm injuries are regaivled had Dr Burden point out a pabut Aa she handsome marned may as certain to be the center of atralysis also may have been fhe somebody m gh nd ou abou their emphasis next week tention The prosecution will conresult of barbiturate poisoning IK to her pea of selfdefense itend any paralysis was caused byfrom the sleeping capsules The divorcee never considered of Leechburg Ihe defense has concentrated on pressure from the defendants own Charles W Svmes one of threeI aura Mmv vr Eifnl S w H i it that the wealthy as she dumped in her parkeddefense counsels sad hi onlv Co Mr and M f ijug executive was shot some 20 hours after the plans topresent five or six the night ol the shooUng as Two detectives testified The defense will argue the paherself Jt is uncertain iust when AjieaM 1 v i the jurors handled the death ralysis wV the direct result of a she will take the stand he quoted sav gun over defense objections violent struggle with Teel just beThe most dramatic testimony of iug and he vxas alwa s gemle Most courtroom observers lore he died witbUiree bullets in Ihetrial came Friday when detecman that the vivacious divorhis bodv live Seis Smirh ran 1 n j cej lawyers probably wn switch Mrs Nicholas til is S S n t nex to the other hal of their daily arm therapy in the hospital Nicholas in two hornbefore Smith uIked her drtensethat Mrs She wears braces on both handsdays after the shooting testified she old him that ihe Nicholas shut he Forto keep the fingers slight hut Smith quoted her of mini To frighten TeSaod jest lixl when he heat her in his usually has the bnurs removed the killing shoo nim he l vhite Iadilliulast July 31 sometime during the daysUsti thwc may be an out beryuse Mrs Nkliolab did Uop pjosetutur iMaitfis Thwnamany me thats not the sliootii son said he plans to call only Dr Tom Burden Generenough but Im not sorry 1 loved aelis held mwv witnesses when the threeal Hospital intern who examined him 1 loved him You dont shoot animation trial resiunes Monday her when she was brought in aftsomeone you love Overrulinga cusl Sfltkirs er 75 sleeping capsules Asked by Mrs of posa mistrial Juc and R K Indianapolis resaid he could find uo marks oavible peualties for Teels death coner allowed the tinv porter will date their conversaher rigJu arm Smith revolver tions wiUi the 44yearold defend Jumping on ttie stateDeluding tiie electric lag to be handled by as he awoke 10 Hosmeut that he could obtain ao mus She said would welooiiie Every one of the jurL iall ater a suicide attempt cular from Nicholas the detective told the jury married menpuJled Uxe trigaer Dr JohnA Hchenngum or legs the defense drew tod sooner the several times M tf to fnent Indwnapplis from him the admission that pa Smith tated that the defendant conteotions tiiat stiff trigger pulj 1S expected to testify onralysis could havf been caused biw the EU Ulry l Co vice accidental liriog propose to resolve the Berlin dis pute in negotiations with the So viet Union beginning at Geneva May 11 remains undecided how ever The North Atlantic Treaty was signed here ten years ago today Sentiment within the v See Do 2 Col 1 Grace On Mend After Surgery LAUSANNE Switzerland AP Tlie states case against Thomp son built entirely on circum stantial evidence was that he and Kierdorf had set the cleaner plant fire here Aug 3 Four days later Kierdorf died ia a Pontiae hospital of headtofoot burns which police said were sufc fered in the blaze Kierdorf said two strangers had set fire him Canadian pefense M i n i s t e r George of thai in of with the Soviets the Allies con e tell him Michj crossexi Inside The Gazette PKOGBESS Dont miss Jerry Bennetts column on side of the news on editorial page 6 today SCOKlNCi A on the basketball sconng for the county appears ou todays spoils pajjes 10 and Jl islactury There were no complications and uo abnormality lie said The princess simply had a moderately inflamed appendix and nothing else She regained con sciousness about half an hour verdict to a tense court room The verdict jarred Thompson Beforehand he had appeared his ease cracking jokes witlj frTeiids But his jaw fell open at the word He refused to talk to newsmen Thompsons counsel said a sion on wherhervro appeal not be made until thV time sentencing Prosecutor Jerome ORourkf built much of his case on the tliat Thompsons fiogei found on Kiendorfs station Aug 4 coyld not caliber Other iO minutes she will a liJS TV Rtdio wiu J t u Lehman said the princes would be completely recovered after in die funtoer weeks He said earlier had sliown the ia feet aad cool tonight near 30 Sunday warmer with in treasjni and soiap rain likely in afternoon or tvening Dance tonight CluJb Savoy Mu sic by Melodaus wns speculation in tesintaoy a be rial thai Thompson wnild beea hired by a competitor of Daace tonite i Notice l Muwcby   

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