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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 30, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Serves Every Member of the Family A bore Jg person who tries to keep you from being lonely hut only makes you wish you were olums 218 EDITION Indiana April Two Sections OK TAX FOR STATE BONUS Only Need Unexpected Quick Agreement In Ministers Meet signature V Common Front For Berlin Talk PARIS AP Western foreign ministers ended their preGeneva consultations to day with unexpectedly quick agreement on a common front for their tajks with the So viet Union Tm Berlin and other problems of central Europe four power meeting much opened here Wednes day morning with tentative plans for a threeclay stand was adjourned shortly after noon The Americans said the first day ol the talks with the B r i t i s h French and West Germans got off to a good start with everything going smoothly But the British were still search t behind the scenes for somei ig to offer the Soviets that Moscow might accept possibly with regard to Berlin The Western terms tying gether arrangements for Berlin German reunification and Euro pean security run directly coun ter to Soviet demands which were restated Wednesday without mod ification after a rival conference A Communistbloc statesmen in rsaw i Tn prospect was another headj EastWest collision the 9erij pva foreign ministers conference1 opening Mscy 11 i The Western powers are mined to stand firm against the Soviet demand that they end their occupation of Berlin andi make that part of the city a international area But British Prime Minister Mae illans government fears that insistence on the whole Westernj plan or no change in the present setup may 1 force the Allies into an ignominious retreat from their tough bargaining stance or 2 prod Soviet Premier Ni k i t a Khrushchev into action around Berlin that will explode a nuclear war In meetings outside the confer room British Foreign Secre Wry Selwyn Lloyd pleaded with Secretary of State Christian Herter and French Foreign Mill ister Maurice Couve de Murville for the divorce of Berlin proposals jfrom plans for any overall Ger man or European settlement Heres how the opposing Soviet and Western positions shape up NEGOTIATIONS KUS SURVIVE DUNKINGThree BWjjps children warm up with cups of hot chocolate in Memorial Hospital Cumverland 400foot ride along swollen Wills Creek southwest of Bedford Pa Walter C Bridges their father trio above water in an air pocket inside the submerged auto below while the motfijwr swam through surging flood waters andsummoned volunteer firemen who staged the rescue The chidren are 1 to r Walter 4 Shavori Kay and Kenneth Ray 3yearold twins Car In RainSwollen Dad 3 Children Caught REA Veto By Ike Upheld WASHINGTON AP The House today upheld President Eisenhowers veto of a rural electrification bill The vote was 280146 in Favor of passing the bill over the Presidents veto This was Pour short of the necessary to override It kill ed the bill The President vetoed the bill last Monday and the Senate over rode the veto Tuesday by a vote Firms 1st Death In 60 Years ST MARYS Pa The first fatality in the 60year his tory of the Speer Carbon Co was recorded Wednesday night with the death of Howard Tay lor 45 Taylor was working at the plant Monday when a pound steel beam fell on him Godfreys Left Lung Tumor Out NEW YORK of Ar thur Godfreys left lung was removed Thursday along with a malignant tumor there A statement jssued shortly after 2 said of the radioTV star Godfrey was operated on this morning for removal of a tumor vetoed his left lung The upper lobe of 6249 The House decision kept intact Efsenhowers record of never hav ing had a veto overriden This bill was the 138th by the President since he the lung was successfully re office early in 1953 The bill would have stripped He withstood the operation from Secretary of Agriculture well His general condition imme Attempt To Blast Coal Truck WHITEBURG Ky AP attempted to ojjv up a nonunion noal truck today several hours after unidentified men hang ing to the side of a freight train tossed two bombs fnto a coal loading ramp A second bomb failed to explode when the fuse sput tered put was headed for a iamp at Chavies when the dynamite went ofi under the wheels One of the guards on duty at the III van Coal Co ramp was in jured slightly by the midnight ex plosion By Davey HARRISBURG AP Only Gov Lawrences signa ture is needed for Pennsylvar nia to take the first step iti paying a 150 million dollar bonus to its Korean War vet erans Lawrence said Wednesday he would sign the legislation next week when it is receiv ed from the presiding officers f the House and Senate His statement came after e House speedily approved measure increasing the five entsapack cigarette tax to cents to finance the bonus I know that all Pennsylvanians will be pleased that their govern ment is moving swiftly to follow p the mandate laid down in the eferendum of last Law ence asserted He added that the bonus was acknowledgement of the hard hip endured by many Penn ylvanians in the service of their Ezra veto rural electric and telephone ser vice Four Democrats joined 142 Rejterian Medical Center where the publicans in upholding the Presioperation was performed Taft Benson his power tojdiately postoperative is loans to cooperatives for The statement was issued by AI vin J Binkert executive vice president of the dent Six Republicans and 274 Democrats voted to override There was no debate before and was completed at The surgery lasted five hours The operation was btfgun at roll call vote Mother Swims For Help sides recognized before the Mouse vote that it looked like a tossup as to which would win Republican leaders centred at tention on 16 Republicans who voted for the bill when the House passed it originally April 15 by a vote of 254131 three votes short of the two thirds needed to over ride They claimed privately they had reason to expect that at least eight of their members who voted for bill two weeks ago would change their position and vote to uphold the President The announcement that Cjod freys chest tumor cancerous was made by the hospital at unusual action jfor ahospital but probably donebe cause of the prominence of thje patient Ordinarilyinformation concerning operations is withheld until their completion HYNDMAN Pa was a horrible The thank God my husband arid children are all ctiiu cii ai C ail 1 igJll Union wants an EastWest agree So exclaimed Mrs Nellie Bridges of V Mont nnvv nn Rprlm a fSprman r i T i j ent now on Berlin and a German See 8 Col 3 Wednesday after she dived into a rainswollen stream Strauss Speaks Under Protest STC Heads Ask Firmer Money Stand HARRISBURG AP Presi dents of several state teacher col leges feel the Lawrence admin istratipn should make a firmer commitment on the funds it is re questing for the schools in the next biennium Criticism of the way the admin creation director failed to add tQjistrations budget was drafted was raised by presidents of Edinboro proland Millersville State Teachers Colleges before the House Appro The local man earned the right priations Committee Wednesday to appear on last evenings We need to know how much gram by being the top winner on i were going to said Dr last Wednesdays show AtthatThomas Miller of Edinboro time he won dollars worth I His stand was supported by Dr Zerbe Fails ToAddTo TV Winnings John Zerbe Indiana Borough re his earnings last night on Price Is Right television gram of merchandise Mr Zerbe even failed to show a i who testified i D L Biemesderfer of Millersville to summon aid for her husband and three children trapped SARANAC LAKE on a weeks investment of None of the 14 colleges ever in their partially submerged auto Seven Long Island youths five stocks he picked to my knowledge ended a bien Inium with deficiencies when they The had a specific amount with which to Man Daughter FoUnd Dead car plunged into water sti11 is frozen WASHINGTON AP The American Physical Society says it and tne intends to have Secretary of ComWORCESTER Mass AP creek merce Lewis L Strauss speak at The bodies of a man and his Mrs Bridges said We were annual dinner Friday daughter were1 in about five feet of water in mid tests by some of its found Wednesday night in their stream The water was very cold The objectors questioned whethapartment but 1 kept on going I hadnt swami the invitation might be conj Police said Thomas E Stafford for more than 23 years long be strued as an endorsement of and his daughter Ruth 40 apjfore I was married But 1 knew1 Strauss and his past policies by parently died last Monday had to reach i the American Physical Societyhad histories of heart trouble i she ran about half a mile to aj and the scientific Police theorized Miss Stafford farmhouse and phoned for while his nomination as secretarycollapsed and her father was TWO volunteer firemen swam to ib before the Senate Some objecstricken while trying to help her i the car and brought the father tions had been raised because ofi The bodies were discovered byancj children to shore j Bridges 51 a furloughed Balti more Ohio railroad trackman told his rescuers he and the chil dren spent a harrowing hour He said the swift current carried the auto about 100 feet downstream before it wedged against a rock Kenneth Ray and Sharon Kay j See 8 Col 5 Mrs Bridges 41 who was drivarrived here this week for a threeast ing said she missed a curve on day canoe outing through the Plfcaestfsr a country road near the Pennsyll Saranac Lakeil chain of three s vamaMaryland line about 20 owever miles southwest of Bedford They liad a llttle trouble Mr Zerbe market to his winnings on the stock Dancing Fri nite Rocky Glenn If the dud had his companion said neither of us would be here He declinec use of his name The United Mine Workers Union is on strike for a new contract in eastern Kentuckys coal fields The UMW wants a daily wage increase for a daily basic wage The train was way down th track whenthe bomb went he sajd whVthre It anyhow PSul Tayloe one of the coown ers said s the explosion damagec scales buj we will tos opera ting today even if we have to es timate the weight of the A volley ofgunshots fired from The blast knocked the clip out o my Paul Tayloe one of the coown ers said the explosion damagec his scales but we will be opera ting today even if we have to es iimate theweight of the New Store Opens Doors In Indiana A new Indiana business formall opened its doors today with graridopening that will continue through Saturday It is The Music Room a 707 Philadelphia the side for merly occupied by Gearharf Dress Shbppe Featured in the store will b records phonographs and acces sories The Music Room is one of fou in a chain of record shops owne by Marshall Pitler and J Nee McCown both of State College Other stores are in State College Lewistown and Clearfield John Transue State College will manage the Indiana shop Hotel 218 The extra cent tax for the bonu ai tacked on to a provision re nstating the present fivecent cig arette levy for another two years ithout the action the tax would have dropped to four cents on May 31 Republicans helped the Demo cratic majority pass the cigarette ax as well as bills reenacting the one per cent realty transfer tax and the corporate net income tax at 6 per cent The corporate net income was passed 201jO withv only one See 8 Col J Levinsons Buy Warren Dept Store i In a joint Allied j r Stores Corporrtion and Levioson Brothers announce the sale of MetzgerWright Liberty and Second Streets Penn sylvania td a partnership of Na lum Levinson Indiana Bert Levinson Warren Jamestown Road Jacob Levinson Warren and David Luxenberg Indi ana Pa The sale involves all assets including the four story building The department store will be known as Levinson Brothers and willbe managed and operated by them with no change in per sonnel with the exception of Mr Vern Zellefrow and his assistant Mr AlbertSawnson who will both continue with Allied Stores in oth merchandising capacities in er Store HO 55281 233x Strauss actions while head of the a son Frederick E Stafford of Ltomic Energy Commission Holyoke Inside The Gazette HAL BOYLE Taxe You ha vont seen anything yet on editorial page 8 Road Hal Boyle today 1JHS PThe Little Indians take a triangular track meet Read the de tails and other sports on pages 22 and 23 Other Features tiWP Buninrss Mirror f Ji 3U3 Croiittordi KUUwrlnl UosptUI Motet ObiiutrUt SO SpurU TVUadlo World Today in U 4 Fair and mild tonight Luw 43 to 50 Sunny and warm Friday nth a chance of afternoon thundershowers High 65 to 75 House OKs Sale HARRISBURG of a slate owned plot of ground in Blairsville Indiana County won House approval Wednesday The vote was 2010 The meas ure next goes to the Senate for action The 40 feet by 150 feet lot is located on Walnut St and is bounded north and east by a rail road tagles Party tonite Thurs tfx i TWO and spectators look over wreck scene near Manns Choice 8 miles west of Bedford where a man and a boy were killed yesterday when their auto and a tractor trailer collided Dead were identified Jack Mitchell and 5yearold Richard Muck both JSew Paris Bedford County Boys mother Mrs Dorothy Mock was injured critically The Viueker nol identified was hurt slightly AP Wireuboto their Western Pennsylvania stores Nahum Levinson will be General Manager of Levinsoa Brothers de partment store He will move with his wife Leah and daughter Laura Ann to Warreh Until recently Nahum Levinson has been man aging Molly Ann Inc in Indiana Pa Molly Ann will continue to be operated by Levinson Brothers and will be managed by Miss Frances George of Scenic Avenue Indiana See 8 Col 1 Closing Out Sale Extras Ordered Out Burgess G W Marbach today forced the operators of the Biich man Co goingoutofbusinesssale to remove some items of wearing apparel that were not included pn the inventory filed for the permit to conduct the sale The burgess yesterday revoked thesale license for the false in ventory He said a new license was is sued today after a legitimate in ventory was taken yesterday by an independent merchant and a member of the Indiana Borough Police Department Mr Marbach reported his Qffice became aware of the incorrect inventory when local police saw boxes of clothing beinjf carried irto the store earlier this week Police supervised the removal of 73 canons of the illegal sale this morning Reelect Harve A Off for Commissioner 5tb 08 Closing date witt IM   

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