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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                n Indiana Cmmiy That SOT Every Member of the Family EDITION StvanCtffft Nixon Pal Named To AntiRed In Fight TOKYO China disclosed today that anti Communist Chinese were fighting beside Tibetan rebels and admitted the revolt was still seething in theHimalay an kingdom Peipirig Radio claimed only aat the uprising had been I crushed in the area ofvLhasa I the Tibetan capital and said Red troops were now pro ceeding successfully to put down the armed rebellion in I other The Chinese Nationalist govern ment on Formosa said about 000 Tibetan ing joined the revolt n the north The Peiping broadcast said the I large quality of arms seized in fighting the Tibetan rebels proved that they were helped by anti Communist Chinese still fighting in the old Sikang province of See 2 Col 7 Drags Body 8 Blocks Utah City SALT LAKE CITY JJtah AP car dragged a womans body lat least 28 city blocks early to Iday Two horrified witnesses un lable to flag down the driver I called police when the body final ity came loose I Police later took 21 year old IShirl Bluemel of Salt Lake City linto custody Sheriffs officers re lleased him after questioning how lever and said their investigation rould continue The victim was tentatively iden Itified as Mrs Elsie Cusick 50 of Lake City The witnesses Glen Peterson and Floyd York both 19 saw the being dragged by one foot on State Street one of the citys busiest thoroughfares about 3 They thought at first it was a grim practical joke Then realiz ung it wasnt they tried to signal khe driver of the expensive yellow convertible He drove on they Jsaid apparently not understand ing what they were trying to tell nim officers said Bluemel old them he thought he may have hit something but when he looked ack he saw nothing on the pave nent and decided it was his nagination RETIRED MINERS Workers Picketsset up lines across the tracks lead ing to the Roland Price loading ramp at Mayking but believeJin jtakiiig They are retired miners left to right I M Holbrook Making and Joe Vanover Crombna take their perches on the ties of the railroad to the leading ramp Visible between them in the background AP1 Wirephoto In Virginia 3 Children New Haven Drops Yale Riot Case NEW HAVEN Conn AP City Court today decided not to prosecute 42 Yalestudents charged with participating in two tussles with police Judge Charles Henchel gave nisi continuances until June 1in all cases In effect this means the be dropped at that time unless there is a change in SPRINGFIELD Va aeronautical engineer today beat his three children to death with a baseball bat severely bludgeoned his wife arid killed himself with a DUtcher knife at his home here Police identified him as J B Matthews 40 em ployed by the Federal Aviation Agency He was the son of the staff director of the Senate In vestigating Subcommittee headed by the late Sen Joseph McCarthy The slain children were Stephen Matthews 13 Stephens twin sister Sharon and Ann Susan Matthews 14 Helen Matthews 42 was beaten severely about the face before she broke out of the house and ran into the street screaming for help Neighbors called police who found Matthews with his throat slashed Officers said he still was berserk and they had to er him before they could rush him to a hospital in Alexandria He died there shortly afterward Neighborssaid Matthews had been complaining of headaches y and eye trouble They said he had planned to get a com plete physical examination soon police said Matthews ap parentty finished breakfast before his went into the base ment got a baseball bat and then returned upstajrsjand startedblud geonirig sthel family A nextdoor neighbor John Lee said he understood Matthews was quite normal just before the at PIONEER STRICKEN Rus sianborn pioneer in aviation Maj Alexander de Seversky above 64 was stricken with a heart attack on an island off NBA Telephoto the situation cases should not and Adenauer s Successor oiceNarro BONN Germany choice of a successor to Chancellor Konrad Adenauer appeared narrowed today to two economics experts Franz Etzel and Ludwig Erhard Qualified informants portray Etzel as the personal fav orite of the 83yearold Adenauer because he too favors a rigid stand against the Soviet Union Erhard on the other hand is seen as an experimenter a man willing to add a new flexibility to West Germanys foreign policies particularly with relation to the Soviet bloc states of Eastern Europe To 2 Teens Baby ie In Ohio oad Mishap EATON Ohio teen pgers and a 2yearold girl met tteath on a hilltop near here Fri pay night I The driver of the car carrying the boys and two to pass several cars bn the ridge of a hill collding Mth ah oncoming auto officers laid The teenagers auto burst into names The infant who died Lin Ba Jane Root was in the other fahicle The four youths were Donald Vilson Tobias and Douglas Peake ioth 18 of the Eaton area and lary Susan Mong 15 and Bar bara Black 14 both of Dayton The infant was with her mother fcllie Frances Root 24 of nearby rewisburg Mrs Root was driv hg back from the grocery store kith her brother Letcher Carter of nearby West Alexandria h suffered critical injuries Preble County Sheriff Floyd Ipitler said it probably will never p known which of the teenagers driving i Dance tonight Salisbury Araeri Legion The Esquires 202xS I Elks Party Wednesday tfx Son Visits Dulles As First Guest VJUPITER ISLAND Fla Secretary of State John Foster Dulles has his first house guest at the estate where he is convales son John W F Dulles John a mining engineer flew to Florida from Mexico City Friday to stay until Sunday The 74yearold secretary who recently underwent a hernia op eration and cancer radiation treat ment continues to follow a pro gram of swimming sun bathing and rest Aides said he had not decided how long he will remain here Elks Party Wednesday tfx A halfdozen other candidates for chancellor have been men tioned but most people expect Er hard or Etzel to get the post when Adenauer seeks the largely cere monial job of president More than half of the dopesters are saying Erhard will get the job He is the secondbest known man in the country behind Ade nauer A final choice will be made in midSeptember Erhard at 62 is the economics minister and Adenauers vice chancellor He is running the gov ernment now during Adenauers absence on vacation Etzel 56 is the finance minis ter He is a personal protege of Adenauer and has had wide ex perience in European economics Arrayed behind Etzel are a See 2 Col 9 Inside The Gazette COACH OF THE Kui Williams was named coach of the year by the Indiana County Basketball officials See sports pages 10 and 11 WASHINGTON NEWS Jerry Bennett is back with his lighter side of the news on the Washington scene See editorial page 6 Other Features Ump IS ltU IS13 14 WEATHER FORECAST Variable cloudiness and continued cool tonight and Sunday Low tonight 26 to 85 High Sunday 45 to 53 Witnesses Give Pacek Good Alibi PITTSBURGH de fense witnesses claim Jerry Pa cek 14 Was watching television at their home on the night he is accused of fatally beating a 56 yearold woman Mrs Ethel Daley testified Fri day that Pacek was visiting her daughter Mary 20 at their home in Brackenridge from 7 to on Nov 17 Pacek is accused of slaying Mrs Lillian Stevick of Brackenridge somewhere between and II the same night Mary Daley and her sister Helen also told the court the same story Mary admitted she had been dating the boy since she was 17 and he 11 Jerrys parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Pacek also testified in his behalf ouglu to City Attcfrney Frank MeadoVHpld the judge Few of the students were even 4n court to answer the charges mostly breach of peace They were accusedof throwing snow balls at police March 12 and 14 Police used fire hoses and billy clubs to put down the March 14 uprising Meadow said hewas making his recommendation because Mayor lichard C Lee had appointed a threeman commission to lookinto relations between the community and the university Meadow said he thought the cases should not be prosecuted to avoid the possibility 6f nullify ng or impeding any of the rec ommendations shortly to be forth coming from the Moreover he said since these arrests occurred all concerned with this matter have had ade quate time to consider the entire matter dispassionately which I be ieve is beneficial to all con The two riots created a big sitr in the community and among city and university officials The students called police brutal FaceCarve1 Extortion Ring Broken PHILADELPHIA AP A 17 yearold boy has been sentenced for participating in a teenage ex tortionring that police said threat ened its victims with such words Sen Kennedy Meets Dems In Wisconsin MADISON Wis AP Sen John Kennedy DMass came to this center of Wisconsin Democrat ic strength today for a meeting with party people still Insisting lie was not laying the groundwork for possible entry in next Aprils state presidential primary It was the thirdly of a Wis consin tour and while Kennedy has repeatedly insisted fte is not a can didate for the Democratic nomina tipn state party people see in his visit an indication he will mak the run The Massachusetts sena tor winds up the tour with an ad dress at Appleton Anight More than 700 persons cxowde Into a dinner meeting at whldl Kennedy spoke at Jaoesville Eri day night honoring Rep Geralc Flynn At the meting Kennedy predict ed that a strong bill curbing labor and management abuses would be passed by the Senate this month At Beloit College Kennedy sai a Democratic candidate does need the support of labor but here I mean the working men and worn en not necessarily the politica bosses behmd the He remarked that Catholicism was ho hindrance 1 in a race for thepresidency adding It has no beena hindrance tomy politica career to date carve your face so mother wont know as Well your own Judge Sydney J Hoffman sen tenced Melvin Dunson Friday to an indefinite term House of Correction Dunson police said was a member of a North Phila delphia gang known as the span You can send word back to the Judge Hoffman told Dunson that the extortion ring in their methods of putting down is about to be broken up and 1 the riots am starting with you as No PolioVictims On Increase WASHINGTON ha struckmore victims so far thi year than it did Curing the cor responding period in 1958 TTie Public Healfh Service say there were 207 paralytic cases th week of April 4 as against 113 year ago There have been 298 cases of al kinds of polio this year compared with 205 last year Top Post By D HAROLD OLIVER WASHINGTON AP Republicans preparing foi he 1960 campaigns today elected Sen Thruston B Morton of Kentucky as ional chairman and decided o hold their presidential nominating convention in Chi ago The 51yearold Morton a upporter of President Eisen xower and friend of Vice President Richard M Nixon yas chosen without opposi ion to succeed the retiring Meade Alcorn of Connecticut The GOP National Committee approval of Chicago for the 1960 convention starting July 25 came almost immediately after a site selection committee recommended hat city over five others bidding for the big political meeting It will take the Repulican party back to Chicago where 100 years ago in 1860 it nominated Abraham Lincoln for the presidency Neither the convention site se lection nor the election of Morton to head the committee brought any debate at the GOP meeting called to build for the 1960 elec tions on the ruins of 1958 defeats Ray C Bliss of Ohio chairman of a nominating committee that consulted wife President Eisen hower Friday in Augusta of fered Mortons name He said Ei senhower gave his blessing to See 2 Col 1 Victims Saicl Improving11 Mrs Cora Wyatt 49 Grosse Point today is listed as fair in the Indiana Hospital The Michigan woman was injur ed last Sunday in a twocar acci dent on Route 80 at the Aultman intersection She was listed seri ous following the accident Jay Little 58 Clarksburg RD 2 has improved sufficiently to termed satisfactory today by hospital officials Mr Little was the operator of one of the two cant involved in the headon crash James 47 Warren operator of the second car was discharged from the Indiana Hospital yesterday Mrs Bertha Little 67 wife oi Jay Little is still according to hospital officials Mrs Gertrude Ashcroft War ren is also Richard Ashcroft 63 Warren Mich the sixth person injured in the Sunday crash passed away this week of the injuries ht re ceived Dance tonite Sat tfe Gamblers Also Favored With British Tax Plan Gives Break To Investors And Speculators WASHINGTON The Britla dividend tax on behalf of its ish income tax by American shareholders To tax shareholders standards hits hard at the the gambler Even after the tax cut an ArtsScience Degree At PSU UNIVERSITY PARK Pa AP State University said today it will offer a five year program next fall allowing students to qualify for both a bachelor of arts degree in arts and letters and a bachelor of science degree The B S degree will be in any one of eight specified in the College of Engineering and Architecture would unfair double taxation m the street but grves a break Many American stockholders to the investor the speculator and take the same view and have agi tated persistently but without much success for a similar con cession As for capital gains and bling winnings these were not classed as taxable income under British tax law The Labor party has long demanded they be taxed but hasnt mustered the votes to do so The New British tax change which will go into effect at mid year will lower the standard in come tax rate to 38 per cent from 42 per cent Heres bow the standard rate system works While an American taxpayer claims exemptions and deductions aounced last Tuesday the aver age Englishman will pay consid erably more than his American cousin The investor or speculator how ever will retain complete freedom from taxes on profits made in the stock market or through real es tate deals And the gambler will pay no tax on his most Englishmen continue to winnings Moreover who collect dividends on stocks in the little or no tax on these Dividends capital gains and gambling winnings are of course I to lower his taxable income the taxed in the United States Englishman claims reliefs from Dance tonite Club Savoy Music by Cadets Notice EaglesDance April Uth Music by the Jet Tones 202xF Dance tonite Sat woftts affect and can Why havent the British tapped these revenue sources In the case of dividends the the standard rate He gets one relief of for himself and a second for the same amount if English take theposition that aheV marriedHe also can claim corporation by paying incomea relief of for each of his est amounts for insurance pre miums he pays On the first of income he is taxed at rates far below the standard levy Take the case of a married man with two children who is paid a year An American who claims the standard deduction will pay an income tax of about An Englishman in the same sit uation will pay about under the new rate The cut will save him about Incidentally is pretty good pay in England A school teacher or pharmacist for exam ple might make about Now lets give these married men a pay raise to a year The American wil then pay about in taxes the British another with who is paid wiU pay Under the old British rate the tax would have been about J182 For single In fee United States he would pay Uncle Sam about English than before British income taxes are marie edly higher than U S levies at what an American would eonsidei middle income levels They also hit harder at married couples be cause in England you cant claim the taxcutting advantage of split ting incomes on a Joint return The British also have sates taxei to these are much higher here The tax on a new auto fqj example is 60 per cent compared with 10 per cent in tht United States Britain is lowering the iales tp on all luxuries except autoi to M per cent from 60 per cent eras radios and jieweky are tor eluded in this category In United they carry cise tax of W per cent Incidentally thf BrUUo pay ftMoHni tux ft 5ft MUM coajpMtti with 9 here BritWi barb Friday irena Sw Alien J the crown will get about un der new S23 Sat   

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