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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 24, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                I TEDDY wtiil fdtilts wilk to the iltw tfld say dont Ait Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family EDITION Indiana Panmylyanfij FHday April 24 1959 To Test Legality Two Section The expected action by the Shelocta Borough School oard to test the legality of White and Armstrong Townships itering into an agreement with Indiana Borough for an ele mentary jointure started yesterday afternoon with the filing of a petition in the office of the Indiana County Prothono tery Shelocta Borough which did not vote to join the Indi ana Borough White and Armstrdng Township elementary jointure making the three systems a complete jointure from kindergarten through the 12 grades contends that the Benjamin Franklin Elementary Jointure is still in effect the Ben Franklin jointure was formed April 21 1952 According to the petition the Shelocta Board asks the court to rule whether or not the Ben Franklin jointure remains in full force and effect and also whether the respondents can leg ally enter into another agreement such as that entered into between LOSANGELES A Losthemselves and the school district Angeles firm is developing an outof Indiana Borough without violat INSTALLMENT BACK TAXES Worlds Biggest Sound Perfected ofthisworld sound but it wont be heard on your hjfi set or any where else This sound you said William Thomas president of James B Lansing Sound Inc He explains the sound is so Idud that You cant hear it be cause you would be dead before you heard ft Its perfectly capa ble of destroying human tissue and a human being subjected to such high frequency sound waves dually would be r scrambled in Thomas described the firms High Intensity Sound Simulator HISS as a major breakthrough in efforts to simulate tremendous vibrations encountered on a trip to outer space Vibrations on such a caused by high speed and shock waves Lansing Sound recently got con tracts from two missile manufac Crers to build similar noisemak s to test electronic components See 4 St Lawrence r Seaway Set For Opening MONTREAL than 50 ships anchored along 30 miles of river are ready to pass through the 475miHiondollar funnel called the St Lawrence Seaway on its opening Saturday and sail on into the Great Lakes The ships represent almost every maritime nation They inj hair in flames carried her 6 clude many large oceangoing monthold brother to safety and ing the terms and provisions of the agreement of April 12 The tSate Department of Public Instruction gave its approval on March 31 to the full jointure voted by Indiana Borough White and Armstrong Townships on Jan 27 1959 In notifying local school officials of the approval of the new jointure the State Dept of Public Instruc tion said in part since this pro posal appears to be a step toward the ultimate achievement of ad ministrative unit number six of the Indiana County Plan embracing the Armstrong Township White Township and Indiana Borough School Districts together with Shelocta Borough approval is hereby granted in accordance with the provision os Section 1701 to the school law with the follow ing conditions that if and when Shelocta Borough seeks member ship in this organization it shall be admitted under the terms of the contract existing at that The state department added the school shall be operated by the Indiana AreaJoint BoavtHn Such a manner as not to be in con flict with any Previous commit made bythe participating c j See 4 Col 1 Cuts McClellan Labor Curbs To Curb Blackmail Picketing WASHINGTON AP The Senate today beat down an attempt by Sen John L McClellan DArk to write a curb on organizational and blackmail picketing into the Kennedy labor regulation Hair Afire Girl 4 Saves Pair Of Brothers FAYETTEVILLE Tenn Fouryearold Barbara Strong her vessels the first of their kind to reach the Great Lakes 1 Elaborate ceremonies are being prepared to greet the vessels as they enter various harbors The ships will be led into the j canal by the icebreakers Dlber ville and Montcalm loaded with led Another brother outside when fire destroyed their fourroom home Thursday bill Defeat of McClelHns amendment settled one of the major issues remaining to be decided by the Senate in its prolonged and heated debate on the measure The Eisenhower administration has contended an organizational picketing amendment must be in cluded in any effective labor bill McClellan shouted that the amendment strike at some of the worst abuses uncovered by his rackets committee He said it would end intimida tion threats and shakedowns aimed at employers and would stop to force enjplpyes to join a union against their will Sen John F Kennedy chief sponsor of the measure de clared the proposal was so broad it would liquidate the expansion of the union movement in this Kennedy said its adoption would should7end any chance of the bills passing I would ask that my name be stricken from the he said McClellan chairman of the Sen ate LaborManagement investigat ing committee succeeded in add ing to the bill on Wednesday what he called a bill of rights for rankandfile union members It was bitterly opposed by the AFLCIO and by Sen A third brifcer Randy 2 was Kennedy insfc and burned tra death The parents Mr and Mrs L T Strong Negro tenant farmers John F principal to sponsor of the pending bill Some supporters of McClellan members of Parliament and were across a field when they saw guests Prime Minister John Die fenbaker may join the convoy Some captains are worried about overcrowding in the ports jjprt officials say they will have larf and terminal facilities to j handle all shipping once the initial I rush is over Official opening ceremonies will I be held June 26 with President Ei senhower and Queen Elizabeth II attending the fire Their only daughter had rescued the baby Gary Lee and Ray 3 by the time they reached the burning Wise The father smothered the fire in Barbaras hair She was hos pitalized with burns on the hands arms and head On Itrike At iSharon Plant SHARON Pa at the Sharon trans former plant of Westinghouse Electric Corp walked off the job noon today in protest against ireeday disciplinary suspensions handed 500 fellow workers mass walkout by Local 617 International Union of Electrical Workers shut down operations of lie big plant Westinghouse announced svis ension of 500 the plants F building after they re used to work Thursday when a union steward was suspended for Refusing to permit a time study Union officials scheduled a eeting later today to discuss the itest strike The plant does not formally operate over the week fend Stocking Rainbow Lake Saturday kpril 25 at 213 Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfc Dance tonight Hotel Homer Mu bc by Glen Norris 213xH were reported today however to be having second thoughts about it Sen John F Stennis DMiss said he was for one The Senate adopted today 7815 a proposal by Sen John S Cooper RKy for dealing with cases which the National Labor Rela Coal Study OK Seen By Saylor WASHINGTON AP Speedy committee approval of legislation to create dependent coal research com mission was predicted today ay tRep John P Saylor R The bill cleared a House sub committee on mines and mining Thursday arid will be taken up next Wednesday by the full Interi or Committee I anticipate no difficulties with the committee and am hoping for early action on1 the House Saylor said The bill advanced by the sub committee was introduced by Committee Chairman Wayne As pinall DColo but is identical with one sponsored by Saylor Saylor said it nb differ me whose bill is ad FRIEND OF a 150 pound Bernard wasnt permitted visit hisiiiiajress 7 year old Susannah Stumpf while she was a patient in Somerset Hospital Nana climbed up a fire escape and was big enough to stand op to the windctttf for this posed reunion The child was hospitalized this week for treatment of a glandular infection AP Photo Nehru Invites Chinese Reds To See Dalai Lama By HENRY BRADSHER MUSSOORIE India Minister Nehru to day invited Chinese Communist representatives and their puppet ruler of Tibet the Panchen Lama to visit the Dalai Lama at his refuge here in north India Nehru said he hoped the Dalai Lama Tibets 23year old spiritual and temporal ruler would return to Lhasa the II Store FursCall HO 55281 232x Indiana County will move its clocks ahead one hour early Sunday morning in keeping with the traditional Daylight Savings Time plan for summer months Problem of when t clocks will be turned back to Eastern Standard Time next fall how ever has cropped up in some areas Indiana Borough has indicat ed it will subscribe to DST only until Sept 27 and not until late October as has been the cue in recent years Council here stressed that the abbreviated DST period has been adopted this year princi pally because Pittsburgh and Johnstown are limiting the fast time plan to September Most areas of Pennsylvania tions Board declines to handle bejTibetan capital It was an obvious bid to reconcile the Red cause they are minor and which Chinese government and the Tibetan godking who fled See 4 Col 3 from Communist domination of his homeland The Indian prime minister made his peace overture in an im promptu news conference two hours before meeting with the Dalai Lama Nehru arrived from New Delhi earlier today I will welcome the Panchen Lama to come and meet the Dalai Lama and whomever he said Nehru The prime minister said the door open for rthfc Chinese ambassador to India or any high representative of the Peipipg gov ernment to see the Tibetan execu tive who has set up headquarters in exile in a large mansion in this Himalayan hill station As to Red Chinese charges that the Dalai Lama had been kid naped and brought here under duress Nehru said it was not so There is security and we are making certain arrangements for the protection of theDalai Lama but thats a different matter from being under he said See 4 Col 4 Turn Your Clocks DST Begins In County Sunday Final Dates Vary according to the Associated Press will remain on Daylight Savings Time until late October Consequently several com munities of the county that have approved the clock change this Sunday are biding their time to see what other areas are going to do la the Clymer this week indicated It will move the clocks day but said no decision has been reached on a date for the switch back to EST The same situation holds true for several other communities Residents of the county though have been urged to note that fast time will begin ear ly Sunday morning and that clocks should be turned ahead out hour Exercise Rights Says Paper Exec NEW YORK presi dent of the American Newspaper Publishers Assn told its conven tion Thursday that there is con stant pressure by various arms of the government to chaperone us and to hamper and restrict our D Tennant Bryan of the Rich mond TimesDispatch and News Leader made the charge shortly before he was elected to a second oneyear term as ANPA president Everywhere you look you can see signs of it Keep your eyes he said in addressing the closing convention session He told the publishers that if you dont exercise your rights you will lose JongH what Rssposals advosat Space Trips Adding To Evolution PHILADELPHIA AP Space scientists were likened today to the men who delved into the my steries of time and found the earth older than they dreamed What the time detectives learned bolstered Charles Darwins theor ies of human evolution What the space adventures are doing will fall into place as major part of the scientific intel lectual panorama which began be fore Darwin and of which he was such a dramatic figure Links in this chain of evolution ary pioneering were traced in speeches and interviews by many of the scholars attending the American Philosophical Societys annual meeting This year the so ciety is observing the 100th anni versary of the publication of Dar wins greatest work The Origin 01 In the early 19th century it was related books on geology were gobbled up as books on space travel are today Geology gave Darwin the frame and time pat tern for his work But physicists calculated the earth could be only a few million years old This was one of the main threats to Darwins theor ies It raised the question whether all the changes ascertained by Darwin could have taken place in such a relatively short time Although the question had not become a public issue Darwin was worried Some of his worries are reflected in the revisions he made from edition to edition o his books With the discovery of radioactiv See 4 Col I Indiana County residents who have property with un paid taxes on them for 1956 and 1957 were advised today by the Indiana County Com missioners that they may take advantage of an installment payment plan in making up the delinquent tax At the same time they re minded county residents that as of this year all sales of delinquent tax properties set or July will be inal No redemption of pro perties is permitted In an effort to assist as many residents as possiblefrom losing heir propertieswith tax due on them at the sale they encouraged such persons to take advantage of the installment payment plan Under the installment program he owner of a property with tax due on it may pay 25 per cent down of the amount owed and pay the balance in four equal pay ments The final payment must be made before April 1 I960 This agreement to stay the sale of the properties may hi o Bureau in die bi Indiana County im tgreeBafflit would SixLegged Larnb EDINBORO Pa lamb born with six legs is the most unusual member of the flock on the farm of A C Everwine When the Iamb was born two weeks ago Everwine noted that two extra legs dangled from i t s right side Despite these the ani maJ has developed with others born about the same time runs about the fields without apparent difficulty Inside The Gazette 1 REMEMBER JVliddleagers will want to read Hal Boyles column today on editorial page 6 He recalls what younger fellows missed ISTC Indiana State Teachers College came through with a onehitter yesterday See sports page IS Other Features Lamp Minor Cumioi JJ Crosivordt Editorial HotpiUl Notes World 10 MW 14 i WEATHER fair and cool tonight Low in the lower 40s Saturday cloudy and warm with a chance of showers High in tht 60s Proposal For Both 56 57 Signed during additional expense i thfr property for gale costs that are addedthrough the countyconducted sate Earlier this year the Commis sioners publicized the fact that all sajes this year are finaj and they urged persons with delinquent tax properties to settletheir accounts as soon as possible This explanation of the agree ment to stay sale procedure fp a further attempt to help county residents avoid paying additional costs on their property or per haps even losing their holdings at the July 13 sale Hendersons FirsfShift In Quietly HENDERSON AP Firstshift workers entered the struck HarrietHenderson Cotton Mills without incident today after the third straight night of violence in this small industrial city Following a pattern established earlier in the week only a few strikers showed up at the mills heavily guarded North and South Henderson plants to jeer and shout at incoming workers Rifle shots peppered the plants again Thursday night until sec ondshift employes departed un der police and highway patrol guard No serious injuries were report ed among the workers or the large number of shouting pickets gathered outside the mill gates Operation of a second shift at the plants struck Nov 15 has brought criticism from Gov Luth er Hodges who said he had warned the management it might mean bloodshed Shortly before the second shift left at 11 highway patrol men fired two parachute flares over the South Henderson plant Other patrolmen patrolled a back street across from the mill where most of the sniper fire had origi nated Under the brilliant light of the flares and the watchful eyes of the patrolmen the workers left without incident IA Raleigh Gov Hodges self a former textile official dis closed he had warned mill presi dent John D Cooper Jr April IS agaiasi opening the second shift by Notice Eaglw ay April Iftfc Pt   

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