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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana County the worries art how to and to 198 EDITION Twanty Pages Indiana Two Ctnft lv ADENAUER TO Glowing Job List AS CHANCELLOR Q SUSAN HAYWARD wins 1st Oscar Susan David Win Oscars I 11 T Tops By JAMES BACON oyment Rise Best Since 1951 Revealed WASHINGTON AP Unemployment declined 000 in March to Employment jumped by to The government in report ing this today said the rise Jin employment and drop in AP Susan unemployment were both Hayward who once despaired ofaboiat twice the amount sea ever winning an Oscar got one sonably expected for the I Monday night on heir fifth I David Niven who has been pleas Ti ing movie audiences for 25 years Jt was the biggjest Februaryto was similarly honored March unemployment since 1950 The emplovment rise I he Brooklynborn redhead andfor the month WM the w t the debonair Scotsman won the topisjnce lAcademy awards for acting before an audience filled with most of head of the Kbig names in the entertain abor Department Employment nt industry Thev shared Statistics Bureau told a news con Ihonors with the movie fercnce that whllethe mprove Ivvhich won in everv one of the ment seasonal the Inine categories for which it was shows substan nominatedincludmg best picture tial of rePair fmm dePres sion damage Burl Ives and the British act ess Wendv Hiller won Oscars for rhe of cst supporting performances to the total work More than 100 big namesfromfor declined 6A Berman to Eddie Pjbruary to per cent in nave a nationwide television audiL arc an elecUonic peck at HollyWolbeins holding a news con Ivoods biggest night of the year Jerence to the report was Irhe acceptance speeches were so W1 unprecedented riling hort that the NBCTV show Ordinarilyf the regular monthly some 20 minutes before reports of Commerce and Iwohour schedule Labor departments have simply handed to newsmen in print releases The Unusual procedure pointed Lawrence Still Backs 3A Tax By BILL GIBSON HARRISBURG AP jRep Stephen McCann De Unocratic floor leader said to Sday he and Gov Lawrence will continue efforts to get Jsufficient votes to pass thej governors3 Vfc per cent salesj itax proposal in its present ilorm j McCann told newsmen after aj 45 minute closed door meeting KONRAD ADENAUER to quit as chancellor T II i I GIIS To Seek Post As President BONN Germany AP Cfiancelor K o n r a d today agreed to run for jthe presidency of West Ger jtviany a decision that ilris retirement from politics The surprising decision wa announced by Eugen Gers ilenmaier president of Bundestag or lower house of Parliament at a news con jference j Gerstenmaier said the govern jing Christian Democrats who nominated Adenauer have yet to discuss their choice as Adenauers successor as chancellor The post of president in West Germany is largely a ceremonial one The 83yearold Adenauer the only government chief postwar By DON REEDER with Lawrence that he Germany has of i indn an muroeiet spf nn hv nartv objectionable features of the bill vilinP R i set up oy tne party in its present form which has Sss Sand todav preSdental drawn Democratic opposition TL His decision means that Ade that should HIGHWAYS MADE OF T Hurley President and Chairman Board of Diiec week in our atlemms appearance of term of President Tneodor Heuss hill in the House n iu nrL m divorcee broke Heuss is ineligible to run mil m the House in Us piesent period of increasing tension lorm McCann said The building no since the n iniiiciing up since me Uidwig Erhard the an March 16 livery person in the crowded lit McCanns statement after the1 tie courtroom listened intently as conference with the governor was Mrs Nicholas recital the story of a complete reversal of his earlier her life that led to the killing of position on the bill He said Mon handsome drug executive Forrest day night that he had given up onTeel July Sfovernas nor still has hopes of getting sometTjai Republican votes in the House Urs of Curtiss Wnglit Cm p with a model showing a jtja passing the bill and would offer Worn by days itt Wtt Miss Havward enacting the i f j u role of murderess Barbara Gra am in I Vive got nouncing in Harrisbuig that Cuitiss andairportrunways Soft Coa pioduce blacktop niaafe ftottTeoal inr ays CAP i Ihe nod on a performance so the admmistration s gratifica Istic that it provided fodder for jhe developnems Bob Hope joke earlier in the officials from President Lisenhower on down Themovies this year are thefed ilWft Adenauer serving his third ng in for so much Hope A laid that I was surprised to he Job Pcture Iiss Harvard here woitoem See 4 Col I Material Said Ready heartening things scapee JllerGun ictim IraqRevolt Reported HARRISBURG House backing 000 test of a new rpadj ures is that of niaterial tlsing coal The material was developed job improvement was concentratiby 5e CurtissWright Coip j ed among males 25 years or over chairman and president of the giant prime working group and proposed Monday night that the Commonwealth family responsibility the and the company join in a program of testing theproduct TONDON Cairo population under actual road conditions sad today a new revolt had On the other hand Wolfbein1 Reps Stephen McCann and Albert W Johnson House1 of persons Democratic and Republican floor leaders respectively saidi they would sponsor legislation setting aside highway funds uiere nact neon ngnting in the on project v i cjjy Of Kirkuk n northern Hurley proposed paving of 12 There have been repeated iin1 other proposals to the governor bial the The DemocraticfHoirse1 brunette showed no indicated LaUrence would lookistarted her further into suggested alteratwo hours after the opened tiOns in his proposed boost of the ils case i tax from 3 to per cent und She looked calm and assured oniterm as chancellor and had been broadening its if it the witness stand although sheiexPected to seek a fourth failed to pass next week just told a reporter You t We certainly are not going into olSht butterflies any tax stalemate of McCann said i She 8ave her Minnie fc Asked specifically if Nioholas known as Conj turned down any suggestions hetme She Wld the is made on possible alterations her maidenname Conrad ccmply with demands of some Ncholas told the jury of belling Democratic House mem2 mamed men that she vvas born NotSood11 After Crash Two persons injured in the twv bers McCann replied Lexington April 12 1014 We both agreed to tiy to pass1 Less than hour after car accident Sunday on Route the bill hext week in its present she had laken the stand Uie Aultman are still not listed ic m the at the Indiana Hos Radio1 The Greene County lawmaker j Declined to specify what object l talking fast she Richar I liSnaWn woffinnc nf Ilia flSKed IS ing for work and thai there is t V Vu ten gt uiiauin icr still desperate crisis m the job reactor energv into electric power1 be looked into c itllltlfMI situation Carey has been one of the prime Alamos Scientific Laboratory See GlowingPage 4 Col 5 j The l ASI Fire In DuBois Store DUBOIS pa Fire de the Quaker Supermar DuBois today causing estimated at The blaze broke out about 2 and firemen from four com million He said this underscored desperate escaped prisoner j that we are by no means out of Biarged with sbying a bank teller the particularly among las killed and his companion cupthe longterm unemployed lired during a blazing gun battle B Carey head jith police at a road block MonOf the International Union of Klec night trical Workers said in a statement Officers said Charles Thomas thai the figures were no cause for Jidford 29 who sat woundedcelebration Carey said fid bleeding in his getaway car electrical workers are per the gun battle may have bmmitted suicide as Capt C R Jilliams of the Highway PaLrol Iruppled with him for his pistol IThe gun discharged the bullet piling Bradford in the neck Al jady severely wounded the final apparently caused Brad death i Bradford charged with the slay of a bank teller during a hold Feb 10 and John William Idom 18 of Fayctteville charged ith cajthcMt escaped from the and County Jail early day after tricking a jailer into1 their cell intensified manhunt finally lice toi a field 20 miles south1 Fire Chief Jay Ktsier whc of Jayettevtlle Roy K made he damage estimate T VjTVn on defective wirl Charlotte FBI ottice said the ng No one WM in he had to crash a when adblock set up tu halt them as ey drove tu a highway from the icld It was not the same car in their from jail Moore said the desperadoes hud enid lire and officers respond wiih a crossfire that uundcd HradforJ The car rid by police bullets stopped lum surreiultred and it wasi dial Williy ins appjouched adlorcl who raised his pistol Bradford was a trumpet player the trd Army and was leave from Ft ai the time the bank rob He was native of jam City Fla The FBIsaid his jlher Mrs C C Seguiae lives ere He was married and the utfATHVR AWI ther of two yoiuig children 1 fUKLCASl APower Discovery Revealed asked udge Thomas J Faulconer See 4 Col 4 said Lawrence expressed1 disappointment PQ Richard Ashcroft 63 Warrent is termed the GOP House leaders that halfmile sections of state road confirmed reports in the United would not provide any with the new niaterial He said Arab Republic especially in Syria voles to Pass the measure in itsi the substance is competitive price1 of new fighting since the collapse Present form TARENTUM Pa wise and performs better lhan of the revolt in Mosul in northern continuing to work biers and numbers other roadpaving materials in Iraq lastmonth with our Democratic members Armstrong Butler laboratory studies i Cairo said the refugees the crash Sunday Still serious is Mrs Wyatt 49 Grosse Point Mich suffered head and back injuries with multiple lacerations of the body Both of these injured persons were passengers in a car operated i writers T James E are opposing this form and Beaver and Mercer counties Mich MrSt Gertrude to find Out Whal MlPV 9 crwrn xvflrnino in Secretary Park H Mart in reclaim thatgovarnmem troops in nying to find out what they want received a stern warning to close wWarren was p lourth person m the Weakland cai Janies D officea and MvsAshcroft first direct conversion of nuclear large quantities of coai it shouldrebellion is being Ipd by men of lle the tax proposal would in charge of the state police served comment on the paving the Kirkuk region have or dont M a n u ex up or get w the Shaffar and Jubur tribes not be called lo the House floor el for those counties sound byf hospital asm a thermocouple gave enough power to light an electric light bulb for almost 12 hours before it was shut down and dismantled for analysis The achievenuiit was the result ol an experiment in which the plasma thermocouple was placed in the core of a heterogcnous re search reactor laboratory of The Benjamin Franklin Joint finals said School Board last night approved A thermocouple is a means of a cost estimate for Occupants of the second car Mr Mrs Jay Little Clarksburg 2 are listed uas announced today by the Las Hurley said a road made of the The broadcast monitored hi fa1 a yote this week ea the warning following three See 4 Col 7 j the refugees as discussed Meraids Monday in which 8 persons saying that planesof Premier AbCann said Mechanics could be were arrested on lottery del Karim air had separate bills it could be many State police said the headquarj Reg motor Oij gc at rebel village with mam1 different ters fox the small operation Your container 3 days only Sears rockets l McCann said he would try again was 911 a second floor apartment Roebuck 200x for votes from Democratic House over a pool room on Jam Session Browns Hotel tonite melnbers who voted against the Street They said the headquarters Homer City Legion party tonight 198x r See 4 Col 1 took in about a day 57 midgets early bird 198xA 5960 Costs As Republicon Notional i T before electricity by bringing 195960 to be incorportated at the other will take place at a later date The Los Alamos thermocouple In other board action approval is the result of a laboratory expw was given for the advertising for See 4 Col I Conservative GOP Backing For Summerfield Inside The Gazette PfcTKR KDSON Peter cju IJUKO li advises not to svll Christian Meitci1 shcirt us uriuig ui JSTC HASKHALl The JSTC diamond team promising Read abuitl tins and other spurts uu 14 and lj Features totolrt t itIt Kdltoml II IS 4 I 3 km Session Browns Hotel tonite Increasing cloudiness windy and warm wuth showeis continujng tonight Low tonight 42 to 51 Nol warm Wednesday with showers ending in the xuoiumg By JACK BEit alter a conference or GOP leaders The postmaster general was not parttime chairman is named m WASHINGTON President immediaielv available for comBliss ma aslked to uius 101 stnooi suppiiia tive Republicans were rejMrted K partys executive committee The biruil ikn mmru r i New ioik ard Philadelphia also ment on whether he would agree iiu ouaju aiso dpptoved Postmaster Arthur Geu ncuiei ahicc expected Ui iwed of four new regular teachers Summerneld today to lllade bids tor the to Job for six take in rebuilding and one special education teacher the CJOP natimial chairmanship convention however and the formonths in 1952 and quit when national orgauuatior for lor the 195S16U school term The partys National Committee mat derision at least is up lo the entered the Cabinet Summerfield1MO campaign A change order tor the new meeting here Friday and Salurtull national committee has maintained close relations The national chairman buiUing was approved calling tor day will name a stiuessor to Summerliekrs name was inwith the partys conservatives alily holds both jobs but the the addition ot a men s room ior Alaini who is resiguiug jetied into speculation over the though he leit the Taft wing to spousibility might bf split to meet teaclKU jii relura to his private law pracihairmanship alter it had apthrow vilal support cu Pifsideut the of GolUwater and Approval was given to the Peutice pea red that Sen Thuriou B Morliseuhowtr in 1MJ2 Simpson pitsNatural Gas lompauy to in The cuinmittet also may vote ton of Krniwky migln have no luscuhower has been described Simpson said Monday hinj stall a protective line along the to hold presidential opposition for the as in the 10 a dual self could not gas mam to eliminate ftatic elecinatiug iu Chicago in Sen Barry Uoldwatrr of Aripolitical and otlicial role for a chairmanship If it fttiered Ihe week beginning July 25 and Rtp Richard M SimpCabinet member although the he nut j Miss Joseplntw Sharp was given A site subcommittee headed by son of Pennsylvania chairmen ofDemocrats made something of a seat in jpermissfon to attend the EducaState Chairman Ray Bliss of Ohio the GOP campaign ot custom of this precedure wheai h4 m tion Secretaries Conference at Uve meets here Wednesday It unthe two houses of Congress have thev were ia power that Morton would 1 Pennsylvania State University Apr derstood to recom objected publicly that Morton ARorn is scheduled to name to take pfty 124 and 25 meftdatipn in mind could devote only part time to the later is i Supervising Principal Arthur Chicago committee chairmanship because to confer with Eisenhower in Awitor Griuidy was granted approval to highly wurces of his senatorial duties gusta about W waj sot in attead Uae Pennsylvania Associawithout naming Uie reported They were understood ship Thf Natioaal Committee fll Il tion of Chief School Admioistratoday chat that city had bsealio among tliose would find not likely to go pjresideationnl tors Conference in Hershey It said formal acceptable for the tial wishes in filling the post Itnce Brown of LO 40 meal will be later week post his chores i There imports UM it ol   

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