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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                V T1DOY aitfy thfntf gfttrit do m ifcriety Is change one torn of discontent tor Mtother An Indiana County Nuwtpapw Sir ve Every Member of the Family 217 iena Pennsylvania Wednesday April 29 1959 Two Stctioni REENACTS TAX BILLS me Instantly Killed In Accident CI Yanick 46yearold Clymer miner i who was active in youth work in this district died instantly last evening in an accident at Clymer Two Mine of Morris1 dalQ Mining Co The veteran miner was kill ed when the motor he was Serating jumped the track d rammed into a coalrib He was caught under the de railed machine Yanick was pronounced dead at the scene He suffered a fractured skull multiple body injuries and I I J I J compound fractures of both legs IIO UIIQ j U ST 1 A resident of 27 Franklin he was extremely active in both Boy Scout and League activities Clymer He would have marked s 47th birthday Sunday Survivors include his wife Mary Sapp Yanick and two OWASSO Okla AP i t JOSEPH YANICK mine victim u i Inches Away From Safety I at home inches from today stabili y Clare Remains Valuable WASHINGTON AP J President Eisenhower said to day Clare Boothe Luces use fulness as ambassador td Brazil has not been damaged in any major way by her row with Sen Wayne Morse D The President told a news conference that he had a tele phone survey made after Mrs Luce hit out verbally at Morse and concluded that she will be welcome in Brazil The Senate gave Mrs Luce a thumping 7911 vote of confirma tion Tuesday despite bitter oppo sition by Morse Mrs Luce then said her trou bles began when Morse was kicked in the head by a To which Morse replied that her I if T I A ttt remark was consistent with an Of 2 Tightened Labor Bill Requested Huge Sum Speedily Approved BULLETIN WASHINGTON Blairsville Firemen clear highway of prison truck fire debris Photos by Sipos in1 Officials said Yanick a motor n Uie day of effort to free gome Dnc man was making a trip om of theihim from limestone cliff crevice had mine when his which hes been stuck nad voted for confirmation of the vsua lliurvltlg a LI Lp Olu OI UlC i vllll tl cvlu mine when his machine jumped I hes been stuck fast the track 1 think its prettv sure thev Mrs Luc ar I the track A companion miner John RD I was making the trip th Yanick but escaped He was riding about midway in the line of cars Reports indicate theyll get him said Bob Parkhurst radio KRMG reporter watching the rescue attempt Its Western Ministers Near Agreement Hurt When Truck Burns BLAIRSVILLE Five prison ivi VIMIIII iiiaiiuii ui Llic nomination said that if they had PARIS APJ The four Western foreign ministers ers being from the to do it over again they would meeting to unify their positions before the coming EastWpst1 Western Penitentiary in Pittsburgh Vote aeainst m J of s J mv nut ui laia tvruvM is IMUICiUe only the motor and the first hf seemJLa from the tranquifftfctv were derailed The trip joad of approximately 20 cars reportedly was more than one mije inside the mine when the j accident occurred Mine inspectors were conducting Jan investigation today Bence Funeral Home Clymer is charge of arrangements A com plete obituary wilj appear in to Indiana Evening ft1 Xsgn The seadative was given jjvioiuiuiia uciuic CUrnUig JliaSlVVPSL in i itvauuigi jconference areas of agreement in todaysto Rolckview near Bellefonte es sessions an American spokesman said caped serious injury this morning spokesman said the sessions went smobthly alhen the prison truck in which i jthey were riding caught fire after vote against her A meets ui agreemei rv R nii ad sessions an American spokesman said spokesman said the sessions his wife i ambassadorship areas of disagreement cropped up In fact tlie weary Little Richard early bbackSroimd In his first human Eisenhower was asked whfithl ught Mrs last Thursday He got burger meat fed him by Don 6 lard a tiny Owasso High School I senior The food was the hounds 1 first of his rnmrfennmAnf u 6 and then joined hus to resign I Eisenhower hesitated a moment in a round of NLRR Ky Fie ds we covered more we I V II II near Blairsville ltltsast According the state 3 President Eisenhower called on Congress today for tight ening of the Senates labor control bill at three points Eisenhower told his news conference that the measure passed by the Senate has very definite weaknesses He said he is very disap pointed with it The President said he believes the House should write in amend ments to curb secondary boycotts outlaw blackmail picketing and clarify the nomans land area where the authority of the Nation al Labor Relations Board and that of the states is cloudy Eisenhower was asked if he feels it necessary to have such amendments in light of the bill of rights for rank and file labor that was voted into the Senate measure j Eisenhower replied that as it first was offered by Sen John McClellan he thought the bill of rights proposal was a fine thing HARRISBURG jHouse today gave speedy ap jproval to bills reenacting 101 imillion dollars in taxes due to expire May 31 and raising 25 million more in new cigarette taxes j The action followed within jhalf an hour a Republican A ox caucus decision to supply the Af necessary GOP votes for pas sage of the legislation In quick succession the House approved bills to reenact the I per cent realty transfer tax the corporate net income tax at 6 per cent and a penny a pack boost in cigarette taxes to 6 cents The present 5cent cigarette levy was due td go down to 4 cents May 31 but the Houseap proved measure continues the ex tra penney and adds another pen ny on top of that topay for the Korean bonus The cigarette tax bill already approved by the Senate now goes to the governor The other tax measures go to the Senate for ac tion The realty transfer tax was ap See 4 Col 4 DPA Rolls OnDecline In District approach to Germany and European security British have i morrows Gazette rst of his imprisonment a round ofj CINCINNATI The British have Smallscale dynamiting was touched off by the way a Western proposal onBerlii med to speed the tuLunl the questlon was PUtwhether he Natlonal Labor Boardibe separated otL sumed to speed the tunneling to ward the dog Workers set off several onepound charges to aid crews of jackhammer op erators fighting the stubborn j stone Hollidaysburg Area Gasline Ione Today Bowling Alley Hit By Fire HOLLIDAYSBURG Pa 20inch underground gasoline RnT if pipeline burst near this central Pa town early through Hjspilling thousands of gallons of exj Irjplosive fuel into fields and Streams at Police evacuated at least 25 in a precautionary move The flow of fuel was stemmed f closing two valves to the land west of the break ITWBLCIU uiuuuaai Board be separated pro will ask the District Court posals to make an EastWest deal See In 4 Col 2 Coal Highway Building Study ji foiice said Bot John C Getreu regional direcattempt to link up Soviet proposan abrasion of the HARRISBURG legtor of the NLRB today announced tor a free city of Berlin and reportedvhas I fit inn in U ii 1 tvwijr jiao w The substitute was sponsored the Greensburg Barracks the by Sen Thomas Kuchel of Cali fornia the assistant Republican leader and backed by a group of who have been re garded as friendly to organized labor This was Eisenhowers first Washington news conference since March 25 He dealt with these herf Clare Boothe does not believe Mrs Luces usefullness as ambassador to Brazil im nt iVia nc was i paired in any major way by the oi ineir own in accompanied by Milton Ranick I furor over her exchanges with al issued a Sen Wayne Morse See 4 Col A But he said a compromise which finally was adopted was not a realtr assistance load in Indians substitute for theVfcind of a should have beep done 3 Jtciff HO i u6 changed the spokesman said on Route 22 west of package plan includes the Western Blairsville and then overturned t L the doors of the truck to permit the prisoners toescape the flames Poliqe assisted in the re turnof the to Western Penitentiary in Lexington Thursday for i i lujjun uic operator OI tne a temporary order restraining the The Communist Warsaw was Frank J Boronvak 29 United Mine Workers Union from ministfirs winrfin n ollj interfering with the mining of coal in eastern Kentucky Ique in which they opposed any Police report the operator of the juuck was Frank J Boronyak 29 ministers winding up a 142 Violet Way Pittsburgh He was ins Of rhfiir in fho Police said Boronyak leg in the HOUSP would aphe will take that action A shortthe issue of propriate for a state ex periment to determine the possib Jire ility of Usin8 coal as roadbuild Lyndora Bowlj ing material Butler Twp Ten Democrats Tuesday spon rlamnna ti reunification time earlier Tie had ordered ai Secretary of State Christian hearing June 1 London i A Herter and British Foreign rxmcinr I i ucautty soon ouui me uraw neaaq causing damage sored the bill which was similar Washington and Dist on charges of unfair labor prac tices against the UMW Both the UMW headquarters in the atc i to one proposed earlier in the Sen named in the charges 30 are brick oncK V i coal as a A group of eastern Kentucky stems from an coal operators whose mines have by the Curtiss been struck for nearly two months Corp several weeks ago filed the complaintagainst the a use foriunion several weeks ago Secretary Selwyn Lloyd met for lunch then headed back to further consultations with French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Mur ville and West German Foreign Minister Heinrich von Brentano Each delegation was seven See 4 Col 7 o OI discovered the about a m in a final from flowing into the fishing in the area closing check of the building An j Several residents salvaged gasc adjacent threestory frame hotel and filled their car tanks was not damaonii Two fire companies stood by sent the gasoline at least feet into the air a nearby resi said Police warned all sportsman to Istay away from nearby fishing waters Police said the pipeline was lo ated about two miles southeast f Hollidaysburg A spokesman Laid it was a recently completed p5milliondollar line owned by the Laurel Pipeline Co and running from near Philadelphia into Ohio Hollidaysburg is about 190 miles of Pittsburgh would be miles state r numerous and individuals More than 100 individuals said Weeks Cant Be m Facing Financial Crisis Passes Up Paychecks For Workers Employe ets right shoulder and back William Stein 28 31 North Brady Biairsville police said was the operator of the car that was in volved in the sideswipe of the pri son truck Stein reportedly received a knee injury Passengers in the Stein vehicle included Ronald Vance 131 West Walnut Blairsville and Ken neth Jones Blairsville RD Prisoners injured in the traffic accident include Merle Keslar con tusion of the right eye William Martin possible head injury Isaac Young laceration of a finger on the left hand Other prisoners apparently not injured in the accident were NEW YORK AP Former Theodore Crist and Jack Spann President Harry S Truman said Both Chicles were reportedly de today witchhunting still exists inmoisned the accident Congress Tne accident occurred about We are going through a this morninl now where some of our witch hunters in the Senate and House of Representatives fare charging VUlt people with thingsthat dont ex he told college students in aemployes of the Manufacturers lecture at Columbia University I Light Heat Co vote today on a Ive said it many times The proposed new wage contract UnAmerican Activities Commit in the House is the most un In Congress John Zerbe On Video Show Tonight John Zerbe Indiana Borough Recreation Director is sched uled to appear for the second time evening on The Price Is Right television show over Channel 11 Pittsburgh and Chan nel 6 Johnstown Mr Zerbe became the new champion of the show in New York last Wednesday when he won In merchandise plus whatever may result from a investment on the New York Stock Exchange The net worth of the stock re turn will be announced this eve ning by persons during April according sued today by meat of Public During this numbe of applications decreased sharpl and the cases close exceeded those official said The most pronounced change in the General and Aic to Dependent Children cajjegories the type of aid which most quickly reflect changes in economic con ditions according to the report Nine families totaling 63 per sons became self maintaining when the wage earners in the fami lies were again able to find jobs Seven of the workersfound job within the county one outofcoun ty and one outofstate It is an ticipated that the load will con tinue its downward trend as weath er conditions and con struction work gets underway The Board which met in tho ocal county Assistance Office April 28 noted that the trend fti Indiana County was reflected state wide The chairman Mrs Shjrli Cohi Brody pointed out that statistic available for the first half of thu month established that 54 countie showed decreases in loads British Press RapsMonty In Unison of LONDON ceremonies for the show a concerted blast at FieM ning at Marshal Montgomery today de Other winnings for the local jjarmg tfie old soldier chos contestant include a speedboat worst moment tt PITTSBURGH 600 ad trailer a living room and dining room suite and a box of EaSles Party every Thursday and out ol He acAmerican thing in the country nite Wed tfx LANSING Mich AP The new deadlock in the state of Michigan unable to solve 1It its ready cash problems is pass 8 CaUCUS Republicused Williams of deliberately I ing up this weeks pay days cans of tne state Senate refused state to mockery Truman told the students Among the 325 statesalaried10 with a Democratic Ittnd contempt would encounter demagogues in workers to go without pay checks plan to liquidate the 50million ln the montns interparty their lives and to beware of them j will be the 144 state legislators dollar veterans trust fund unless bickeiing each side has accusnd He described demagoguery as PITTSBURGH HP Thewno four months have failed to a onecent increase in the three the other of harmfulmisrepresenting facts and stirring Pittsburgh Lake Erie Railroadisolve Michigans fiscal emergenper cent state sales tax was practices for the states business UP the people for political advan Ltas agreed to pay damages ofcv lacked on to the bill and tatfe to John G Guildin 47 i Democratic Gov G Mennen Williams who has been men A falling off in tax income from The former president linked the 11 names of the late Sen Joseph R Zerbe won the right to appear on tonights show mm ailU SttlU H W8S avc n urc u Guildin the father of two PaVroJ1 would not be met impossible to get cash in time for nancial dilemma Hc said demagogues make njured April 2 1956 The settle Also to be out of ternthis pay days Blaming1 With its general fund dwindlina moilUuins out of soine that ient was announced Tuesday by poranly are the states eight SuRepublicans he said he would try Michigan faces millions of do afs even 8 ay James P McArdle y preme Court justices and all its to hold the damage to a miniin fo Sh no period Tru Circuit Court as well as vision has been made man sa that there He said the bypassing of the leg1 The veterans fund has been held inuthe State Inside The Gazette BOYLE Hal Boyle luday records the impressions a young author has of the United Status See page 6 142AGUE Thy Cambria and Indiana County Baseball League opens play Sunday Sen schedule and details on page 21 Feafures MVll I Dancing Fri nite Rocky Glenn staff members potel 218 payroll for isJators payday was only a intrust since its DiUuo stjne employes is due May coincidence of the calendar World War 11 to a Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed ttx 11 Williams had no comment on Sen Edward Hutchinson veter Jlis an Republican leac Die governors move Mowed Williams acted Lamp It Wol launch a TV attack on the qualit of leadership cjgarg The papers expressed fear Mon Because he was the top derogatory remarks o ner on last weeks show Mr the etve ff if I ministers talks might have deal a damaging blow to BritishAmer ican unity In an hourlong televised Tuesday night in America by the Columbia Broadcasting Montgomery said that American leadership of the free world is suspect declared that Britain had come forward to supply the consistency needed ly the Wes ern Alliance The interview was shown on I S screens not long after Mont gomery arrived in Moscow for i private visit which some Britiu papers have condemned Montgomery who filmed the i terview bejorv making his appointed to Mwwow examine 31 Spvi U werp a bunch of Homer City House Fire Etepartment May WEATHEH Suixny and mild today and Thursday Fair mild Uwiffct High today 63 tp 70 Low loniglit 40 to 43 Higd Thursday tf to 75 I   

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