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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                to EDDY of t Indiana Counly Newspaper That Every Member of the Family ill City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday April 8 1959 DELEGATES OK Owens As Indiana Boro Police Chief Rec Boss Also Gets Approval Indiana has a new police chief and recreation depart ment director as a result of action taken at last nights council meeting Council confirmed the ap pointment of Detective Ser Harry H Owens as permanent chief of the police department He has been serving as acting officer in charge of the 12man force since January when council dissolved the rank of super intendent in January Last nights action confirm ed the borough police comj jiiittees appointment of i last Friday Owensi salary in his new post will be j The new recreation John E Giles is now serving asj assistant superintendent of York Recreation Commission He will succeed John Zerbe who rei signed Uie local job to take aj similar post svith the Wyoming Valley Area Recreation Depart nent in Luzerne County j A native of Honesdale Giles isj t graduate of Pennsylvania State University and has served at the York post since June of 1957 j HARRY H OWENS appointment confirmed Swiss Guard Head Shot In VATICAN CITY AP The commander of the Popes Swiss Guards Col Robert Nunlist was shot and wounded today by a dis gruntled former guardsman The exguardsman Adolf Rucker was wounded when the commander sought to disarmhim v exswiss Guard fired two pistol shots at the commander of Aultman Accident Claims 1 Injuries suffered Sunday in a traffic accident proved fatal j to one of the six persons in jured in the twocar crash near Indiana v This death marks the third in Indiana Coun ty since the first of the year Richard Ashcroft 63 War ren died early this morning in the Indiana Hos pital The deceased was previously listed He suffered in ternal injuries in a two carcrash Sunday morning on Route 80 at the Aultman intersection Five others were injured in the crash at Sunday morning J One of these Mrs Cora WyattJ 49 Grosse Point remains in serious condition today Hosl pital authorities said she was un dergoing additional surgery today It is believed that otherj victims of the accident are pro gressing in a satisfactory manner their condition I These include Mr and Mrs Jay i Little Clarksburg RD 2 occupants one of the cars involved in the i collision James Edward Weakland 47 Wjarren operator of the second car and Mrs Gertrude Ash croft 60 Warren wife of Recover 1st ICBM Nose Cone Food Said Cause Of Sickness HOMES section of homes of Lake Koshkoming near Jancsville completely flood water is typical of many areas along the swollen Rock River in Southern Wisconsin The river has spread out overa wide area butmany residents are re maining in their homes AP Wirephoto Union Meeting Cheers Attack On Ike Policies WASHINGTON AP Hundreds of delegates to AFLCIO unemployment con ference here were stricken with food poisoning some en Tuesday night and lot hers in the meeting hall to day At least 30 were hurried to hospital from the National Guard Armory where the By JACK KING meeting was held and one CAPE CANAVERAL was reportedin a serious powerful rocket shot a tiny ICBM nose The first report came from the cone of the future miles Ohio delegation A union official iover the Atlantic today Iti from Lima estimated that about was recovered two the 600man group aboard a later for the first time in ToledoWashington train had be seven launching attempts I come Tuesday night after eat The cone which could dinner in a ry the powerpacked ICBMcar on the train warheads of the future was Then the struck in on target by an 80foot i convention hall itself ThorAble Cnarles Feichtner chief df the i 1 first aid corps of the District of i Air Force officials announced Columbia Red several jthat the recovery by ships located persons had been sent tohospitals I in the impact area was a Uie armorV perhaps a hal jondarytest objective but an addidoxen of them on stcetchers itional bonus to the test programr n a basement room a score of ias it will provide physical verifiwomen were stretched out on cots cation of telemetry txr mstnimensome With coats or tation data received kets The missile roared aloft at Feichtner said he would guess and appeared to perform1 that 75 or 100 persons had been perfectly i reported ill at the armory mostly Hie main job was to learn with stomach cramps nausea I how welF the cone had diarrhea die reentry from space Of to hospitals he through the earths atmosphere at took in didnt speeds close to miles per Wok too sood had a heart hour loMon maj Two Jiaitfs afterlife Bid Jhtt theMdfcaothefr iBKaefc We By NORMAN WALKED of the situation action was def the guards f erred on converting I Uhtors announced i i i Street into a oneway street north The exSwiss Guard htyi insistfj LI L KI c bound between Oakland Avenue ed on being reenlisted into I Ql I WlTlQ M 5 and Church Street ice after having been expelled A delegation of residents living last year because of epileptic jmic policies at a giant rally staged by labor jtobid for more government jobless aid and jobmakings See 8 Col 4 Plan Natural Gas System ForClymer Qymer Sale of Legal Liquor The bannerwaving throng many of them workers with out jobs also applauded a prediction from Secretary of Labor Jamfe P Mitchell of a mtiltimillionman job improve ment by October Mitchell said if his forecast fails i T I ClX CLYMER symptoms caused by a cranial There were varying accounts as 1U Ilia to whether the former guardsman to come hell eat his own I IO had shot hims elf or was wounded OKLAHOMA CITY on the Labor Department accidentally in a scuffle homans struck prohibition from front steps Nunlist and his son August 19 their constitution Tuesday had just finished lunch when word With all but 13 of the came that Rucker wanted to see 3 234 precincts in repeal carried Union i jthe colonel The colonel went to M2 to Niitcnel and Hie state still isn t off the Jim Mitchenbut thft imem I I I O Cl O I O S 6 O trict of ft wajs the seventh launching in Fve slightly less than a in a projtanding by at Kbg ect airnftA at developing a shield lor the nuclear warheads of the Titau and Mintiteman Intercontin 1 HARR1SBURG of Pnlal Range Ballistic Missiles J the Democratic holdouts against j Gov Lawrences proposed Sniper A A A I tent sales tax today introduced a YY w5T bill in the Housecalling for j per cent acrosstheboard sales Gun Battle Kills Man LA PLATA Md Vir ginia waterman was killed and second was wounded today aboard of the boroughs first natural gas an out and found his father A constitutional amendment sub system nd lohn W conctrt n area COnuaClOl Sign wrestling with Rucker The son stiluting privately owned package i helped subdue the exguardsman i stores for prohibition was ap The shootings unprecedented in proved by a margin of more than levy j Rep Austin J Murphy Wash Q is at least INDIANAPOLIS AP Minnie tx WEST Pa AP fiat may result in the installation11 and rnths and B Connie Nicholas story of how would bringthe state between 800 7ol sSlsfaTn I The shooting place off Mitchell specifically SSHuanel in this Westmoreland CouniColonial Beach Va about fii million Amnlnujvl JH iniuiiiEiii tjuai ici WaS VcarS Jn 1 cvcllUc ITi ii J interruotftd todav hv nfi i 1X community of numerous runtam total to CT his estimates werejaway mis The dead man was identified by rnntract nermit thp laf vores n a recoraoreaKing Th reports trom the Joint Bu Robert c UmbargerDr H Matthews Colonial ed a contract that permits the increase He said the present idle tttractive divorcees trial State Government Commission isslief thp ban Tuegday 5 Beach medical examiner as Berk Gov J Howard of Stale Chamber ofj He ordered the street closed toW 31 of Oak Grove in laf itne colorful historj of the Swiss votes Jn a recordbreaking y ter to install linesGuardscaused at the Vat iican of th there was tight seaecy Edmondson called on state resii to three million firm has C3SC JnC Of tnC vn I 30 months to begin work on Dr Luciano dents to use good judgement and ft jCasimin responded to questions i common sense in the days 11 saying that the matter was The Legislature must validate P Wellington Complete details on the cost of Wm fo ameudment and repeal ami the project and now much the m Thursday moniine just as sheiCommerce and State Avenue De were not immediatelv listed Al Fatebenefrateni Hoswhisky laws before liquor can ElSenhOW iTeel had died in his lac Three revolver shots ended his life with dual rear wheels j Westmoreland County j housetrailers towed by passenger wounded man Harvey King was no immediate reacprs or tractors and any other about 33 was wounded in the leg tion from either Republican or vehicles which might not laken to a Fredericksburg party leaders the hill in safety because of Gov Lawrence has refused to chanical conditions or a load compromise on his original pro Umbarger said a police guard A third man John F Griffith was aboard the Virginia boat pital where both wounded mensold legally This probably IP An overflow crowd of nearly 200 posal to boost the sales levy from would be posted at the top of the Edward S Digges assistant at were it was learned that Col 60 to90 days administration policies are not spectators grumbled audibly as 3 to per cent and broaden its hill 24 hours a day and will dejtwney general assigned to 1 i IV lifrth All i J I i i U U J j Wt li 1VIA1 1C VI VHAW UU LU Vtd i5 I he borough has never had a was not in danger Oklahoma then will emerge natural gas supply although 5l yMrg of MfsJ lines were constructed to riirami He hifuwice One will be the onlv dnstate Swank s refractories withm his neck fte union in his back An operation removed Failure of a county option pro In other action member from back Tuesdav me enPtire ril approved a resurfacing project i p t th hjs t h Fourth Street from Hancock to f h understood stores will be limited to towns of rankhn Streets SwissPtJ 8 Col 3 200 and larger j The county option question by Jim Mitchell but by the allhusband jury went home coverage That measure has been tour the vehicles over temporary i Tidewater Fisheries Commission 8 Col 2 for the day j See 8 Col 1 i Route 31 gave an account of the shootings To Less Active The Water Co was authorized to I install a fire hydrant at the corner Peim and Gerr Streets A police j signal light was also authorized and will be installed at the inter section of Franklin and Sixth Streets William P Treese submitted his resignation He said he was re signing because of other employ lent and his heahh Firemen Called Indiana Volunteet Firemen were mined separately lost to Had county option passed each kountv would have voted May 12 summoned today when a grass fire on to allow liquor broke out near Shelocta The tire Ho Change In Policy Adenauer By HERB AMSCHULL to it this way fe v BONN Germany AP Chan This first per This is what 1 want to tell you saving Inside The Gazette INSIDE LABOR Victor Ricsel comments on his belief that justice is not blind See his column on page 6 j KLDERS KIOGK Ridge won the first track meet ot the season in the See results on pages 18 and 19 president itlenal llie PCSJtleiHy na R Jjticuial audience is fa more pow underestimate s in lrope speech was con He wem on to sav thai the Bonn Adenauers agreepient Tuesday the Kasl Other Features and honking horns reverberated through Oklahoma City marched down to the chancellorship to seek cerned Wlth art airs the presidency heretofore a particularly the worsening of renol changed i largely of prestige and lons Britain and West conterejues i caused not only Adenauer said that summer andnot alter his succes Masons Nuiice i German politics but also in of Britain and the fate of sor as chancelloi lakes over No capitals EastWest negotiations ceinian are sajd hg hjs 313 F A and other Masons on Berlin and Germany are comj He blamed the chilly relations JHUSI have bmi very much are requested to meet at Robin ing up this spring and summer largely on antiGwinau feelings Althouuli this Three inspectors aboard tim TFC patrol boat Honga Rivei fired several warning shots at Virginia boat after receiving i radio message that the Virginians ha4 been illegally dredging off tha Maryland shore and were fleeing toward Virginia Dredging of any kind is outlawed in the Potomac Digges said the Honga River fleers reported che high speed I Virginia boat had come at them He wound up his address by as jf to crash their boat and passed within two or three feet of and we remain loyal uHe said the Maryland officers our partners loyal liad fired some Darning shots as our friends and alert il approached and as it passed anyone who opposes1 The Continued into Monroa just demands for peace and Haybut tht Rver did reedom and reunificanion ui peace Pursiie u Ut Virginia waters Digges idid the wounded man was in another oyster war cident at Colonial Beach Dec 8 Jlie Communists said Adenauer 956 when patrol had torced to capitulate by his boat iiux mixed eac rii F ured his Decision as defeat of souLytles tomorrow evening at Adenauer lias been ia the fore in Britain as a result Uinui W tti I OQllct Nolei oclock for services for our front of hard policy of no barof World War II He pledged to late Brother William R Davis 9ainim without ihe uunutionul mmas quick decision lie abided h felt a 1 HER Partly cloudy and nol as warm tonight 1A to Cloudy mild with rain Thursday tyiga 50 to 37 well thoughtoui gaining wituout Soviet coucesdo all wwld to pieveut the fierancj confer r SCUSOU iloasa tllat has run counmww themselves from fanning AUenauer made no mention of i 1 iw to Britisli Prime antiGerman sentimees any successor nor did he say what old Macmillans advocacy of Adenauer made it clear he had decision U geiverfjiffiur the greater flexibility no intention of giviaj up national ly is believed is bowing to 18ft tcei dot of m Adenauer 83 said his decision leaderslup entirely even thoughyears He also has been plagutd1 aijursvillt Ciwaty WM CoulGracetoo Jrirt Co party designed to secure thf constitutional limits are placed recently by coldji and Tuesday ia t bill Your 1 Wed tfx iiHiity of oui policies for years upon a piesideoti axUjvkias Jtie meaau Eagles Party every Thursday Good A number ul dogs eluding a vtsiy line small collie are nuw available at ba County Pound Any of the utmlU m   

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