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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Ait Indiana County j i Every Member of the Family T10DY City few yww jjrttt rontd i pmty EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania ThufSdlaypApril 9t 1959 Posslble Stalemate ounce Three AF And Navy g WASHINGTON AP Three Air Force jet pilots three Navy men and a Ma rine have been picked byj the as the Americans best equipped to attempt Breaking Japanese Tradition Pretfy Commoner arry Prince By JOHN RODERICK i i TOKYO AP pretty commoner marries hernominated by Imperial Household iM tUn i i trvffirtalc in with space flight Their natam1 Af The pretty commoner marries space rugnt inen najneb ince Frid m th diniax to a storybook romance which Ticials j were announced has all Japan gasping with delight One of them two years hence I am passing each day wrapped in an indescribable1 Inside the highwalled i Shoda elljte night The others probably 1 Akihito dr a at 1e entrance to the1 will take similar space rideiJ in Shinto holy of holies have beeV the months following i An intelligent high spirited sirlcome man and wife at Cashed and cleaned Special prei The seven chose in a rigolous lo miUions EST Thursday cautions have been taken to ban selection program testing both 1 monts ag0 IS At that they will sip ish any offending flies or insects phvsique id personality aret to ascend he sacred wine from shallow un The days ceremonies will begin Navv Lt Malcolm S Carpenter throne as cups in the when the crown 33 Garden Grove Calif 0 s the first the Imperial Shinto shrine which princes chief chamberlain and Air Force Capt Lerov G t0 thereplica olan ancient chief ladyinwaiting arrive at the Cooper Jr 32 Carbondale Colo f burdemshe will mirror one of the symbols of JaiShoda home to escort Michiko to id Seattle as the 25year pans royalty the palace in a maroon aiitomo Marlne Lt Col John H Glenn H yf heir newsmen Thousands of young Japanese bile 37 New Concord Ohio Wednesday night I am praying girls to whom Michiko is the em At the palace the bridetobe Air Force Capt Virgil 1 iris my heart tliat may be able bodiment of their postwar emanwill begin the lengthy task of som 33 Mitchell Ind to outsomehow the cipation at the same moment willdonning her wedding robes a Naw Lt Cmdr Walter M that he ahead withmarry in shrines and wedding smalT mound of rustling silk Mi ra 36 Hackensack N J out making any serious halls thruoghout the country chiko has chosen a 121 a ye red Navy Lt B Shep own thc Theil eagerness to share in the kimono ensemble styled on the ard 35 East Derry NH flour miller s daughter romantic atmosphere of the day cress of ancient court brides of Air Force Capt SlavProsPerous nation bom but of the 4was whetted by the young princes tie JHeian period 7941192 m 35 Sparta Wis svmools of morc democratic and assurance thai he is marrying for A 0 embers of will belove even though his bride was See 4 Col 1 ton 35 Sparta Wis The seven volunteer astronauts o may ride a Mercury satcl are all men I of moderate height and slender build were Ti When cKsed ihVy ere lined up stage in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration auditori ium before reporters and photogj graphers Frarriklloyd Wright Design Genius Dies To Ask Reserve Center Bids Bids for the construction of the Army Reserve Center in Indiana sre scheduled to be solicited acj to a telegram received the Indiana Evening Gazette PHOENIX Ariz Lloyd Wright 89 color 3 Pm from Congress jful and controversial genius died at a m today in a nan Johitl p Saylor j Phoenix hosiptal after a brief illness A giant on the national and international architectural scene Wright underwent an operation Monday for removal Teacher Pay ConnirCrieS Celling of C I kl i i scene Wright underwent an operation Monday for removal OUICIQe INOteS ot an intestinal obstruction He had been stricken Saturday i at his winter home near Scottdale i INDIANAPOLIS AP Minnie Only an hour before his death Connie Nicholas wept on theWrights condition was reported as witness stand today over the sui cide notes she wrote before she killed her fickle married lovef Wright was almost as noted for Q Details of tlie shooting of Forhis pithy comments as for his IxUleCl Teel were left for her afterunusual buildings noon testimony after legal and po in life i had to choMe NftW litical confusion had stopped the i U I I W TT murder trial for almost a day and belwee honcsl and hy half pocritical he said at HARR1SBURG chair Mrs Nicholas was on the stand the age of 87 1 choose honest man House luUication Corn only 15 minutes before a recess arrogance and have seen no ocmittee ruled out any action was called for lunch She dabbed casion 1n Proposals to increase teacher at her eyes as the 12man jury and gjve aid fo heard the instructions she hadj left Born Juno 8 schools until after the lux dead lor her own fmieral Center Wright designed loik is resolved Remember my request that more than 700 buildings around And even then said Rep Jean Iny body be cremated as aslne lo a Ilte F Reibman Northamp Solution By FRKII B WALTERS AP The House Democrats today weighed the merits of a new plan proposed by Republicans for breaking a stalemate on Clov Lawrences 2r4inillion dollar sales tax package The strategy calls for offer ing Lawrences proposals to the House on a piecemeal basis in order 1o obtain Re publican help for passing the contorversial plan It seems to be a logical ans said Rep Thomas A Fras cella vice chairman of the Ways and Means Committee This could break the Frascella added that by all means our caucus should definite ly consider this when it meets j Monday before the Legislature re another weeks work Another Democratic source who asked not to be identified said the GOP plan was being studied ser Under tne proposal object ionable features would be slipped from Lawrences sales tax bill and introduced as separate legislation They include a proposal to extend the levy to beer and liquor sales andto automobile tradeins Strong opposition to these features has See 4 Col Sl Belle Awaiti it ii TRUCK SMASHED BY FALLING BKAMTMs piokiur truck was into We ftround when a crane droppeda 54ton concrete beam oif top of it The beam was being lifted onto a bridge lor a new section oi the Blue River parkway being built possible after death and ashes spread over the local runways of the said the note which she had left for a friend Harold King Also no one to view the body and no funeral Along with the mortuary7 she specified she added in a scribble Oh yes get a good The trial was resumed for the frucial details about the July 31 ihooting of playboy executive For rest Teel although two persons had been named clerk of the court Two Marion County conmiis Sioners added to the confusioji by naming their own clerk in op position to the clerk Wednesday While the uproar spread through the ancient courthouse Jiidge Thomas J Faulconer took masters fn his own hands and gavf an acting clerk designation to Ed win McClure the appointee of Gov Harold W Handley Commissioners Kph Viit and Lester Bull Durham nsjmed Mrs Harry J Gasper widojv of print on the building of txxlay See 4 Col 1 New Robertshow Plant Started theres a serious question that the dollarconscious lure would approve expanded spending for schools I think it is the most imporl The telegram reads As a part of the program by public law 783 81st To provide the facilities for training of Reserve members Depart ment of the Army advises me to day that bids for construction of the oneunit modified A r m y Reserve Center at Indiana Penn sylvania are scheduled to be so licited on or about April 10th Operational control of this proj jeet will be under Corps of En jgineers Pittsburgh office and in terested bidders should contact that office Congressman John P Saylor kissing Boy ound Dead rom Beating DKTROIT Mich AP After n allnight search Jeffrey Pax 1L was found beaten to death ExVatican Guard Back To Swiss VATICAN CITY vat Mcan today turned over to Italian RIO DtS JAN1ERO Belle under iniiictrnent in the United States in connection with his complex businessdealings says he is waiting for the right time to come home and clear name 1 am waiting until I can get a fair and dispassionate the 26yearold Pittsburgher told a re porter Wednesday I am leading a quiet life in Belle said he had been Unable to find work and the only thing left for him to do was to return to the I United Stales e 1 v He scoffed at reports that he is Pnal P A 10 r Probe of the Knoxdriving around South Ameri Coal Co disaster in which U lives jVere lost cites seven a Cadillac and living a plush life supervisory personnel as the responsible parties Jin Brazil The report by a group of mine inspectors was released People who see me taking the Wednesday by the State Department ofMines and Minerals bus every said Belle will Five Knox officials and two engineers of theparent Ml you ldo not have a firm Penna Coal blamed for the tragedy ProseL He also denied losing money in cut ion for alleged mine law violations was recommended i The seven men aue Robert Groves Knox superintendent his Supervisory Personne n Mine Deaths authorities the case of the disjmine foreman and three assistant I I j j missed papal guard who Wednesforemen Frank Hundley William jilay shot the commander of the Receski lames Jeffrey and John Ci little corps which guards the life1 Williams and Renner ol the Pope Ralph A Fries mining and divisS William Irwin one t niiiin 11 llic IIUM II1I1HJI j l ant issue before this Legislature day 1 back of hlstluv T I m sumirban Dearborn she the Associated you have an economy PITTSBURGH AP Ground minded Legislature this session will be broken April 17 near New lhal raises a c nt teachers asked Stanton m Westmoreland County pay ha he I lor a new plant lor Robertshaw Fulton Controls Co vaniu State School has estimated would corlthe foimer lier anJ tuni him prolwiblv will esion of business ventures in Brazil He said not been connected with any Mitchell Osiwind Belles asso date who also fled Pittsburgh to South America said he too was out of work He said it was im possible to get a job because he niuuiui irwin one or r of the t njda t have a Brazilian work per lncliaiia s oldest residents passed inji SwSS take whatever appropriate to the fronPennsylvania Coal Co The 12 men were trapped in the awav yesterday in lodiana Has The U S State Dept has in mine at Port Grillith near Pitts pital He was 91 j validated the passports of both ton County when the native of the Cherry Trpa and The Natican after preliminary Hooded Susquehanna River chew The body was hidden beneath a by a neighbor bov wlio i i T j wer to under pjovision heuIts had admitted he ateran he e1Hint the tiny church slate can turn over to Italian authorities any Tree men investigation turned its findings ed a Imle in its bed ami poured into a section of the mine which years prior lo his death refuse to surrender passports lived in Indiana tor lf lhe Amedcan ig Jeffrey with a hammer ecause he teased A complete obituary appears in Good eating and cooking apples todays Gazette ate Bring your containers The firm Wednesday announced lion dollars in the award of a fourmillion dollar con On top of that the school direc iract to the Rust engineering Co tos themselves are plugging fur of Pittsburgh for construction of a boost of 197 million dollars in the plant It is scheduled for com slate aid for schools iai me rennsyi fy turn over to Italian authorities any ll ls our OIMIIUJII that tne uriv Direclors Assn i luriur funs ol law violation which may ol places for a distana s sc ailing me names I grabbed The report said in part CT It is our opinion that the driv lon Mantia 1035 Water St 200x Mrs Reibman long an advocate expanded education facilities plants in Youngwood and Scottsad her House Education Com pletion by the middle of next year and will replace Robert shaw dale See 4 Col 2 Inside The Gazette PETER EPSON the clerk who died Tuesday their choice for clerk i J B tOSt Ule lJaBlam ls the subject of Peter tntn cnoiu 101 uuk Kdsons column today on paKe 6 their choice for clerk About the same time the pom missiouers were ordered to ap gear fhis afternoon before Judge John Niblark to show why they should not surety bond McClure got the writ Iroicj Nii black when hegot the signature j of only one commjssipjier J ley Brown the chairman ojji his bond He needed two Brown refused to call a pom misslojiers meeting saying as far as Im concerned we ai clerk SEES TKAM season See spurts panes 24 and Ofher Features ie Mirror II ft OJbituarira WEATHER FORECAST Colder tonight with High 40 to 48 4 World lortij to 38 Cloudy cool alling me names I grubbed hammer and hit him 1 didnt nean to hurl Turner was booked for invesii atiun A searching party of 100 police Vii 100 volunteers was formed Wednesday night after the boy had heen reported missing During the ight siaivheis had been in aiuij lit of the garage but the body esi aped notice because it Avas valcd under newspapers i Police acting on a tip called urner from his grade classroom today and asked him it Dance Clynier Legion Fri nite 201x1 Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx While Attending Medical 9 Free Medical Checkups Reveal 21 Doctors With Serious Ills SAN Tom Madill sees typical United Joint Track team this led m lhe and lheu examinations while have to pay about t season See spurts puges 24 and ir mni wtu a hammer and the American Academy tinjob Its five to the i put him uiiuer ihe bench in the0 Geiiial Practice The phvMful wxaminaiinn K somewhat ate reporting o findings Twelve other than tuberculosis AP In about 40 minutes thrf doc electrocardiographs are used for Twouremlv suDlciom chest knew wlure the Puxton cases ol serums or tors get a thoroughgoing check studies A analv L Sod Jno us potentiallv serious illness have up that would lake to 4 days to their Aiass 101 piompi uiaguos Sgl George Balbgli said The uncovered among the Iusl tomplete lor a patient in ordinary i n ii i c clctK urner boy stanimeied and dmuns to submit cusuully to praclive lhe patiem said a complete led in the face and then examinations while would have to pay about for f dnlu 4v siatisiical study iepori will oe me aiieuoi made from the mass IU reported 21 cases oi on the liealih level ol family dM erioiis symptoms discovered iu tors the first 350 checkups Sucn Four cases of glauonwa a danhard to ewe wous pressure disturbance of the cwly one out eve complete due rectal cancer Iwaliin ml him uiiiier the bench in the oi Geii ial Practice convention the phvsiral wxaminaiinn vcn We went to the garage ter is manned by a voliiiileer stall found the body The boy was were made by a oi MO nurses and uchmaanv vith us and kept saying he had firolP OI physicians and teihniTen to IS examining dortors inun not intended to harm Jeffrey but cails lne lst largescale una volunteer staff of 70 are or ust wanted to stop him from dertaking thai nature by the duty lame academy A layout of the latest in The convention and the project laboratory and testing equipment Ihree enlarged livers Thf Allstate Reg motor oil 16c qt one more day to go so tlie including electronic blood ioun One abdominal mass our container 3 days only Sears linal figures on undeleted ailters and on the spot Xray icaclmoie checking loebuck Co JOOi Cleats among the doctojs will be ng possible Uie immcdi Tea suspicious chest   

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