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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County ants self to not todkation erf iMittUy Just a i A 01 mcoine nx Thai Every Member of the Family Two Sections f t s SawtGftftlf WOUNDS Sales Tax Compromise TAKES In Effort To Secure 9 Approval HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence today agreed to a compromise on his stall 3to5 Inch Fall Early Spring Snow Covers County Area Winter apparently not knowing were in the middle of April dumped a blanket of threetofive inches of snow in the Indiana County area over the weekend The late snow covered some sections of Western Penn sylvania with six inches of wet snow By noon today most of the snow had melted in the plan possibly by the end of Indiana County area as a bright sun shone most of the ed 3 Vz per cent sales tax pro posal in an effort to win final legislative approval of the ihe week The compromise would re ove proposals to extend the ax to auto tradeins and sales of alcoholic beverages over the bar As amended it would boost the tax from the present 3 per cent to 3Vfe per cent Rep Stephen McCann House democratic floor leader said the proposal removed from the bill would be included in separate leg Lslation for action at a later date In a statement following a one hour meeting with legislate lead ers ofboth Thrpugh this procedural change I am hopeful that we can have affirmative action on the amended House bill by both houses this Lawrence called the meeting in a lastditch effort to save his stale ated tax plan The bill would also be amended to instead of April 1 as written in the present bill At the same time he said he had assurances frpm Senate and House leaders of both parties that the measure could win speedy ap proval Sen M Harvey Taylor Dauphin said that the tax bill fouid be passed by the Senate is week if delivered to cCann declared He said it might be possible to act on this bill in the House v late tonight or Prior to their hourlong meeting With the governor Republican leaders said they would not pro vide any support for the sales tax bill in its present form They j Secretary mornng The unexpected snowfall caught Highways Department with its snowplows in mothballs and mo torists with chains and snow tires in their garages As a travel was hazardous for a time Some roads were reported still slippery this morning as temperatures Jn much of the state dropped below freez ing See 2 Col 3 CrossExam Pacek Youth On Murder PITTSBURGH AP Asst Dist Atty Samuel Strauss today resumed crossexamination of 14 yearold Jerry Pacek for Secretary of State John Foster murder slaving jof at middle oft rival in the rain yesterday after a trip from Flor ida Re left immediately for Wal ter Reed Army Medical Center where he had been under treat ment previously for abdominal cancer He had been vacation ing in Florida RETURNS TO WASHINGTON Ike In Visit In Reed Hospital WASHINGTON AP Presl prosecutor used a tran script of a detailed tape recorded confession previously repudiated by Pacek to lead the youth through the questioning i Cambria County Qoroner Govekar examines lifeless body of suicide victim Frank Branick Photo by Sipos East West Satellite WASHINGTON AP Launch ings today of satellites from both Head Dies At 47 Raymond Munnell principal at the Marion Center On some specific points asked the West and East coasts apJoint High School passed away about noon today in the by Strauss Pacek answered II neared likelv Presbvterian Hosnitalin PittsKnvcrV dont remember or I cant re After testifying in his own de The twin bill of space shoots would be a polarorbiting Discov erer launching from Californias fense Saturday Pacek underwent Vandenberg Air Force Base and threehours of cross examination before the trial was adjourned The youth repudiated three con fessions introduced as evidence by the prosecution He testified the first threeinone Vanguard firing from Floridas Cape Canav eral Until Sunday military and space authorities had declined to Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh The administrator was taken to the Pitts burgh following a short illness He is survived by his wife Mrs Jean 230 Church Ave Indiana Mrs Munnell is vocational home economics supervisor for Indiana County Funeral arrangements are complete j The deceased was born on Jan X I IT I 111 say when either of the shoots20 1912 and attended elementary j John Foster office tow him ise urged the governor to comproj Dulles at Walter Reed Army Hos pital today An early decision ap peared probable on how long Dul les will remain in the Cabinet Eisenhower went directly to the Lawrence had conceded that he I would need Republican votes to pass the bill in the House though Democrats have a slim majority hospital after arriving by plane Todays action is the first timefrom Augusta where he has Lawrence has backed down frombeen on a golfing vacation demands for passage ot his origi Inal bill The GOP4ook its final position I policy meeting Sun night they would help Allen W Dulles head of the Central Intelligence Agency and brother of the secretary of state Transfer InjuredMan To Hospital Robert A Krolick 17 797 Wayne I Ask Reds To lOKNBan WASHINGTON AP John returning unex pectedly from a Florida rest to a aspital undergoes inten Isive new medical checks today in battle against cancer An expected visit from Presi dent Eisenhower during the day could bring a decision on how long would be made Then Roy W Johnson director of the Advanced Research Projects Agency said about4 that the Discoverer launching would come within 12 hours Johnsons statement made dur ing an address at New Canaan brought no confirmation from the Vandenberg base However such a launching of the second Discoverer from the Vandenberg base would be in line with the announced plan to send arrived at the hospital five minAvenue Indiana was transferred utes after Eisenhower i from the Kittanning Hospital to the Already with Dulles were hisIndiana Hospital today xvhere flfSt One W3S State Department aide Joseph N condition is listed and high Slippery Rock Twp in Lawrence County Following graduation from Grove City College in 1932 his teaching career as a Latin and English instructor at Marion Cen ter In Two Gar Crash Here Three of six young people He received his Master of Educavofyed in atwo caf accident in tipn degree from the University of Indiana Saturday evening a re re Pittsburgh in He has been serving as princi pal at Marion Center since 1951 All of Mr MunrieUs career Greeneand his secretary Phyllis Bernau They had gone to the hos pital earlier in the morning Among other things they brought See 2 Col 4 Dulles State Informants remains as secretary of said the proposal provided for splitting up the test suspension problem It was ad janced as the threepower talks esumed after an Easter recess First Soviet reaction was report to be negative Under the new Western plan agreement would be reached at once on banning surface and itomic nuclear tests the ones cause dangerous jadio ictive fallout Such an agreement would not cover very high altitude and un erground atomic and hydrogen Weapons blasts Such explosions difficult to police in any event could be covered in some subse quent agreement reached after the first problem had been See On 2 Col 1 B P O E DiningRoom open ivery evening Meals 5 to Sundays 3 to Members and Euests invited Aged Indiana Resident Dies Carmello Carnabuci one of ateas oldest residents passed away last night at Indiana Hos pital He was 93 A resident of Indiana 1 he was born in Italy and divided his residency between dial coun try and this area His grandson E James Trimarchi is a Penn sylvania Turnpike Commissioner Elks Party Wednesday tfx Krolick was injured Friday eve ning in a onecar accident on Route 268 a half mile south of Cowansville according to State Police He received a laceration of the head when the car in which he was riding crashed into a con crete pillar on a railroad bridge The car was operated by Da vid A Crawford 20 860 Maple Indiana Crawford was discharged yes terday from the Kittanning Hos pital He received cuts and bruis es of the body Krolick was termed fair when he was admitted to the hospital in the Armstrong County seat Damage to the late model car was estimated at The im pact of the crash removed the concrete pillar police said A complete obituary will appear industry publication AviaJ tomorrows Indiana Evening j ported today in con dition in the Indiana Hospital Indiana B6rugh Police report the place at the inter section of South Sixth St and Grant St at Saturday even See 3 2 Col 1 tion Daily said last week the Van guard firing was set for today Gazette Dr P Hagea Project Van guard director said almost a month ago the threeway satellite would be launched fairly Murphy Buys Chain of Stores Connie Ends Testimony In Tears MCKEESPORT Pa G C Murphy INDIANAPOLIS Connie The Nicholas completed her murder oll trial testimony in tears today tell IV r anes HOMER CITY Alertness to rifle shots by a night patrol of State Police from the Indiana sub station resulted in the apprehen sion of two Luciusboro area youths in Homer pity The boys are being held by ju venile court authorities for three burglaries Horned City and In diana over the weekend State Police from the Indiana substation report the ages 13 and 14 broke into Lous Fruit Stand on Route 119 south of In diana the Corner City Feed Store and a Penjizoil Station in Homer City Saturday rijght arid early Sunday me They Wepe State Police riijghl heard the boys shooting rifles they took earlier fijon the Homer City Feed v When apprehended by the State Police the youths had in addi tion to the two rifles candy 22 caliber rifle shells cigarettes and money taken during the three Vintondale Waitress Serious five week marriage tiff erupted into voilence here last night when a 48yearold steel worker shot and killed him self after critically wound ing his wife Dead in the dual tragedy is Frank Branick Vinton dale Wounded in the after dark shooting episode was his wife Helen 45 Admitted to Johnstowns Memor ial Hospital in critical condition following the gun spree Mrs Bran ick underwent surgery for a bullet wound of the back and today is listed in serious condition Mrs Branick was wounded when her husband hidden behind an em bankment shot at hev as she was walking along a Vintondale street enroute to work at the local VFW Club Police said Branick hid in the vicinity of the shooting until his wife was taken to the hospital and then took his own life at the rear of her home Cambria County Coroner Govekajrsaid Branick fired a calibre ijfle shot into ri the been wn for aboutfiye weeks Mrs j was residing at nor scene of the burglaries The duo Sunday morning was arrested about Two Days Before Birthday Heart Disease fatal To Iselin Girl Age 4 j t f suicide while was living in the Bridge Hotel in State Trooper Joel arid Cor oner Govekar reconstructed this story r Branick apparently distraught at his marital difficulties went to Vintondale about last night and hid behind an embankment within 100 yards from his wifet home with a 22 rifle See 2 Col 1 JimSleason Actor DiesAt76 HOLLYWOOD AP Vinegary little Jimmy Gleason anactor for most of Ws 76 years died Sunday night after an illness of almost a year Gleason was noted for his dour1 humorand his masterful double take talents which took him from the New York stagethrough more than two decades of wood films His first role was beingcarried onstage in a 2 months of ISELIN r A little girl who panded today with the purchase T u f revolver to shoot herself The Gazette PETEE EDSON Harry S Trumans 75th birthday is the subject of Peter Edsons column today on editorial page 6 UNITED JOINT United Joint won its fourth coaches track meet Saturday Read about this and other sports on pages 10 and 11 Other Feafures Altddie t Mirror 3 141 i IMS EdltprUl JS Worl4 Todty 6 WEATHER FOBECAST Fair and cold tonight Low m the 20s Tuesday mostly sunny and warmer High 50 to 58 today died Saturday evening in i Rochester within hours af After the state wound up its ter heart surgery at Mayo Clinic crossexamination in only 16 min utes defense attorney Charles W Debra Ann DeLuca a brown haired tot who suffered from a Symmes got the divorgee to pin heart ailment almost since birth of Morgan Lindsey Co James S Mack president of the Murphy firm maintains a residence at Old Home Manor Brush Valley and is active in local community he motion she said she Sliccumbed to the congenital dis Morgan Lindsey with home rmade Wlh her iun in Forrest ease after three years of treat offices at Jasper Texas had 92 Teels white car unent from heart specialists stores in Texas Louisiana Misi Toward she s sissippi and Arkansas It had 4I be ajoundi u Mrs Buf gross sales of 15 million dollars to bother him morel N Y last year scare himthe fact that I was Agranddaughter of Mr and Mrs George Horn Iselin Debra spent much of her time in this Indiana County community and The Murphy which to kil1 myself in his tains headquarters in this city had See 2 Col 2 324 stores last year in 17 states1 and the District of Columbia Its 1958 gross sales totalled nearly 209 million dollars Eden III Again K55X Sunday when her horse bolt fered his second attack of his her time liver since returning she suffered a dislocated shoul from a rest m Mexico last month d d ace cuts Sir Anthony was ordered to take der and faCe CUt8 things easy dampening specula tion he might reenter politics as a member of the House of Lords He is 61 Daughter Injured HOLLYWOOD AP Valen Una Skelton comedian Red Skelmediate area rallied to a fund raising drive for her early this year when it was learned surgery was featured several times in re cent months on the news pages of the Indiana Evening Gazette Iselin residents as well as other persons throughout the im m was immediately necessary The campaign was formed to I provide sufficient funds to defray fthe transportation and housing Party tonight Catholic for Debra and her their trip to clinic the Minnesota DEBRA ANN DeLUCA are her parents and paternal grandparents A comple Elks Party Wednesday tfx Included among her survivors lished in tomorrows Gazettft now His last film role was as one of Spencer Tracys political cronies in The Last Manyof his films are being shown now on television including the Joe Pa looka series in which he played a fight manager In addition to acting Gleasou was also a producer and the author of two plays produced ir New York His film roles include Life of Come Fill the What Price Glory and Here Comes Mr Death came at the Motion Pic ture Country House Hospital in nearby Woodland Hills He en tered the hospital almost a year ago suffering from chronic asthma Actor Pat OBrien termed Glea sons death a great personal Gleason was godfather to OBriens daughter Mavourneen Gleasons wife former actress Lucille Webster Gleason died in 1947 Their only son Russell ae actor and director died in fftU from a window in New York in December 1945 Gleason was nominated tor aft Oscar in 1942 for a in Comes Mr It prob ably the Ugh point at which took him through tl rical I played in Mt an interviewer lart thing but a minstrel ifeov medicine cbow I neyc a circm vtudevUle e obituary will be pubi Broadway musical   

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