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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                the iftXjptUwtiharder torn An Indmha County v That Every Member of the 26U 1 r t flatly Rejects STEEL CROWN PRINCE AKIHITO The determined groom LJap Princes MICHIKO SHOD A the radiant bride Call BiPartisan Tax EDITION Top Level Leaders To HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence today sum moned toplevel legislative leaders to a special confer ence here next Monday for what could be a policy show down on shaking loose the governors stalled sales tax jrograni And for the first time an nvitation went to George I Bloom R e p u b 1i c a n state chairman to join inthe dis icussion i The text of a short telegram of invitation gave no hint on whether i a compromise is in the works j But administration sources who asked not to an allout effort would be made to obtain some sort of agreement on jthe 164milliondollar sales tax By JAMES CARY V L I Invited to the session were AP Alillions of jubilant Japanese rejoiced BIoom LtGov John Morgan pa i i M Harvey Taylor R ed By Millions Applications Not Available 1 Ronald J Buterbaugh county director of Affairs m w nagueuecKea said today that no applications after a goldencrusted carriage had carried the havebeen printed forthe Korjradiant bride Michiko Shoda and hen prince to tlieir sub i t 7 j Y 1 today over the precedentbreaking Crown Prince Akihito to a beautiful commoner day throne Celebrating throngs walked the streets of FIRMS Producers Ask Delay urban residence j Thousands jammed motion pic jture theaters bars and restauj rants Somespread box lunches j alongbanks of the Imperial Pal OX R pad trine ace moat Others headed for con UI v Cl MII5 Mr Buterbaugh added that his lantern Only an unemployed youth Ken can War bonus He advises that as soon as they arc available he will an nounce it through the newspaper as well as sending quantises to the various veterans organiza tions office has been flooded with re jlnvestigatlon Continues quests for the applications for I the Korean Bonus and assured i etsu Nakayama 19 marred the State Police and Indiana County Senate president pro tempore Chairman Edwarjl J Kessler RLancaster of the Sen ate Finance committee Sens James S Berger and Charles R Weiner Republican and Demo cratic floor leaders respectively Frank W Ruth assistant Demo cratic floor leader Roy Schafer the governors leg islative secretary Hep W Stuart Helm chairman of the House GOP Policy Commit tee Albert W Johnson Republi can floor leader and his assist SELECTED FOE SPACE FLlGHTThese seven servicemen posed yesterday withrocket and nose cone models after as selected to make any attempted space Left to right Navy lit Cmdr Walter Shirra of Hackensack N Navy it Cmdr Alan of East Deny N Air Force Capt Virgil Grissom of MiterTeU IndJAir Jorce Capt Donald Slay ton of Sparta Marine Lt Col John Glenn of New fconcord Ohio Navy Lt Malcolm Carpenter of Garden Grove ant Air Force Capt Lerof Cooper Jr Colorado s Wkephoto ceive adequate notification when they arrive at his office wo Women Cill k Mill Missing In West Va CLARKSBURQ w va A second night has passed two middleaged Clarksbur gi There suggestions the youth miaht Ka 411 fled the throng along the newly weds processional mil lions more watching on television hurling a stone at Akihito When it missed he leaped onto the moving horsedrawn carriage in a desperate lunge at the prince j BUU me Police seized him immediately Joint Hi8h School He told them I ttm opposed toiwer broken into and damaged ex tpncivoKr rfft f i ant Allen M nbson Speaker H told her murder trial jury today she had left her fickle Mrs tinuing their investigation of y t in Tnrfi I Mary Varallo and Clmrman JRob breakms m two Indiana County ert Wheeler DFayette of the schools sometime Wednesday everlouse Ways and Means Commit ning It is reported that the Brush Valley elementary school and the tlie emperor system and have been since childhood But IJiad no intention of Police withheld charges pending completion of their investigation tomen driving from SU ji prince 25 and y disappeared Absolutely princess 24 reacted ing has turned up to indicate what tional royal aplomb They gave no might have become of them sign of noticing the incident and Ferguson 50 and continued to nod Mrs Virginia Conley 54 made J teusively In addition a total of in cash was taken from the two schools Officials said both buildings were entered through doors that were forced open with a steel bar or similar object Interior doors were 1 opened by breaking windows nis new At Brush Valley about the trip south Wednesday to speak and n wat 4116 The Purchase Line breakin net IMC HIJJ BVIUUI 10 speax 1 wwcnea tnree ted aDout in cash taken from Vh before a meeting of the BriarcUffiJJJ new Japan several desks in the office Again SjSftMfaS Qarden Club They btends democracy and ageextensive damage was caused To C Ehout 530 Approximately the office witli records and paper mrs later they stopped for cof See 2 Col 3 scattered throughout the room i Ike Names Sen Morton BULLETIN AUGUSTA Ga AP dent Eisenhower today formally passed the word which will make Sen Thruston Morton of Ken tucky the new Republican nation al chairman Elsenhowers choice of Morton to succeed retiring Meade Al corn was Announced by the spokesman for GOP leaders after they had conferred with the President at the Augusta Na r revolver htad gone off Forrest Teel twisted her arm grabbed my arm and the gun went off He continued holding my arm and twisting it I felt a scrack in my upper arm In Raise PITTSBURGH Pa AP producers of the basic steel industry today proposed to the United Steelworkers that the current contract cov ering wages and other bene fitsbe continued for another year USW President David J McDonald flatly and prompt ly rejected the proposal Twelve basic steel producig companies suggested in a letter to McDonald and the union thai present steel wages and other benefits be continued for an addi tional year The letter urged that the pres ent contract signed in 1956 after 34day strike be continued in order to combat inflation unem ployment andforeign competition and to create greater stability in the steel McDonald promptly issued a statement which said I want to point out that this proposal has been madeevenbefore we have had meetings of Executive Board and our International Wage Policy Committee I refect it out See 3 tS nie Te 3y RfiEDEH ROBERT D LEWIS B Connie Nicholas The 44yearold double divorcee said in her longdelay ed testimony abou the shooting last July 31 that little DftaTMnflnniAn Viorl wHllp HfV Late Scoreboard 2 and I tried PITTSBURGH o about 5 30 Approximately Ihours later they stopped for cof fee and a snack at Laurel Court nughly four miles from Sutton State police Supt Hazen Fair yesterday ordered all available men from two companies to take part in a search The two possible routes from Sutton to via Buckhannon or gone over almost foot by foot in a search for the 1955 Buick the women were using i The husbands of the two women ith expected theirreturn Wed nesday night No plans had been n of for side trips or any thing else that would account for the extended Republicans Seek His loose Finally h0 let go of my arm and I got outof the car I looked back and he was sit ting up The car was in V Connie do you know how many shots were fired asked Charles W Symmes one of her lawyers I know there was one shot I was told later there were three See DldntPage 2 Col 4 Place Youths On Pi For Stealing Seventh Inning Los Angeles at Chicago post poned snow und cold Raps School i ms PaT state superintendent of public in struction himself of iticlsm Thursday at teachers speaking at a meeting ojf Chester County in nearby Coven sharp night aimed teaching and a Dr Charles M schooldirectors teaching tliemselves On athletics In general try Township lad especially un kind wortjs for scholastic football and teacHers Bomb Blast Claims 34 MANILA SuOpound sal gymnasium Glk me Raymond vaged bomb exploded in a central recitind the Gettysburg Luzon fishing village todav and Address and Ill teach these chil CubAn PI SANTIAGO Cuba Haitian rebels killed plane high over Haftf and forced the them to eastern Aniong the 32 peif when the rebels whif tols was one Amei Sailing 58 of There was abrief buf fierce striigi gle between crew and rebels and the pilot Eberle Guilbaud wad killed The rebels forced the plane ti land at Santiago Cuban headquar ters for the Haitian revplutionaij movement Cuban officials said the made their move shortly after the plane had taken off from Aux Cayes iri southern Haiti on a short flight to Port au Prince the cap ital of the Negro republic miles southeast of Santiago A report from Port au Prince said the plane is a DC3 owned by Cohata Haitis only internal airline i On landing here the revolution ists asked political asylum of Fi would have a drierdel Castros Cuban government ama screen in a school than already harbors some of the Luzon fishing village today and the Philippine News Service said T6 at least 34 persons had been killed and many others injured On football The best in particul tiught subject in CLARKSBURG Two of three GOP Coming Beck According To Alcorn i1 gasoline from a truck on March 29 appeared before Judge Edwin I 111 The report said most of the dead school is football Schools should teach it after hours and devote school hours to reading and writ On teachers Pennsylvania were children between 3 and 12teach it after hours and devote years old iwu ui mice news service said fisher Clarksburg area youths charged imen nad taken the bomb from a with stealing about ten gallons ofsunkei1 snP in Lingayen Bay and t KV t A il M Clark yesterday sentenc ing The teenage boys 16 from Iselin and Clarskburg ordered by the juvenile court auth orities to surrender their drivers license for 30 days and were were taking it apart to use the explosive in fishing The explosion occurred near iDagupan Jn Pangasinin Province and report said that of 34 verified only 12 were recognizable teaching science grades and the 0 HAROLD OLIVER just won three state offices in connection WASHINGTON AP Meade Michigan for jthe first time in sev AJcorn JnsA thfi GOP Placed on probationin t h called memDerlitheir oarents for a similar Of Gov G patience with Dance Clymer Legion Fri nite subjects were history and 201x has started in the elementary pupils are laving the teachejs beiind Our teachers havent had enough vocabulary Dr Boehm said a recent survey showed the most unpopular school W KB g ftTAVWUV Mrs Fereuson is marriai resigned today years Mis is nwr aJ o chajrman the Natlona leftwing gang their parents for a similar period RcH In addition to making restitution Thomas RFeriiwwL Plan man chairman the National Republiithe leftwing gang of Gov raore pauence Wltn In addition to making restitution ager for the Meadow Brook SnTiC8b the same timefMennen Williams and Walter whtf hold opposing views of the stolen gasoline they must She is head of the Synodica or e told applauding members ofther unioo leader on some issues also be at home each evening by the First Presbyterian Church there is He also mentioned that a Rei The retiring chairmanwas giv8 unless accompanied by Inside Tne Gazette the committee there is evidence He also mentioned that a Re The retiring chairmanwas giv that the GOP is surging back from publican has been swept back into en a standing ovation by commitlhdr ParelUs Wuat 0ffice jQ vest Hartford Conn tee members before they formal Harry Donald Alcorn addressed the opening These victories dont signify a accepted his resignation to beSallsbyrg a twoday committee national trend but tliey do signify come effective Saturday afterilhe 8asoline incident will j f before the Judge hi regular court nrnrv uui urey uu meeting which will close Saturdaywe dont like the beatings we haveaoon a I urtU the First Presbyterian Church Bidder HARRISBURG M ag sws f RWWt Dance Sat nlto Gop is 8tiu Dance Sat wte Sokol Coleman 18 also involved of in Music by Ken Maurey out tbe proper uses United States Senate ifcr their ontM t ther amW tlxejr leadership n Deputy Sh9r BOY1JE Hal Boyle today on page j conducts au intervii Swing Benny Goodman COLLEGE The college goU team won two more yesterday and other sports on pages 14 and 15 Other Features wrist watch lump Mirror Ciiumb 18 u U EiUtorlftJ U Mu 20U WITHER FOKECAST Cloudy and cool witto occasional rain toaigiu ami Sitoiday tonight an to 41 High Saturday 49 to 54 w with the King Kead about Uus leading political foes of Haitian President Francois Duvalier The Haitian government was ex pected to demand return of the plane and all aboard and particu larly of the seven rebels to faca punishment But H was generally assumed the seven would be al lowed to stay in Cuba Cuban officials said both mili tary and eivjlian passengers were aboard the plane There was one unconfirmed report that an Amer ican was among the civilians Six weeks ago the Ruvajier gov ernment cancelled all exit visas for Haitians in an apparent move to prevent them from joining the Haitian Revolutionary front in Cuba Duvalier charged that oppo nents of his regime were being given military training in Cuba presumably with the idea of See HajtianP8ge 2 Col i Diana To Wed NEW YORK APKDiana Dors blonde British actress marry British comedian Dickie Dawson immediately after she appears up the Steve Aljen television Sunday hex press agent said today Ttte to to take place iaHe New York meat of singer Fran Warren Deis is 2t Dawwo 28 ftors was married ut ms HamiJwn who Jw Clymer   

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