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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Every Member af the family Puppy wonderful If It ddttftt lead to tat of lending dogs Hfe Thjrfyfoo Pagas Indtana Pefihsylvaniat Wednesday May 3 1959 if EDITION Ike Raps Soviet Satellite Moves CHALLENGE TO GROMYKO i WASHINGTON Eisenhower said to day the Soviet Union seems to be pushing a propaganda drive in seeking admittance of Red satellite nations to the ueneva foreign ministers conference Eisenhower told a news conference he is very hopeful the Soviets will abandon such propaganda tactics so thecon ference can get down to fruitful negotiations Eisenhower had been asked to evaluate the Sovfet ef Wts thus far to winseats at Geneva for Communist East Germany Poland and Czechoslovakia Those efforts have kept the foreign from getting to dis BalancedUS Budget Not WASHINGTON Eisenhower declared today the government should do more than balance the budgetrit should start rolling up a surplus to keep the economy on an even keel Eisenhower told Ms news con ference that in a time of rising prosperity such as this the coun try ought to get in a position to start paying off the national debt When Garnett Horner of the Two Capital Crashes Claims 33 Lives cussion of real problems Eisenhower replied it is very difficult to find out what is going someone elses fore government he con Washington Star opened up the budget subject with a question Eisenhower drew a laugh by thfiihking Horner heartily said that in check ing over the last few news con he began to think there must be kind of conspiracy because nobody was giving him ircyauac uvuvuy wao giving nun a Chance to talk about We fact pleted leSislatjve action on a pro i 1 nneurf j Wat he believes the country is ing tting itself by too much spend on behind head The tinued has always been for fruit ful negotiations and such conferences as propaganda platforms But the situation in Geneva Ei senhower said seems td have 12 Col 7 School Tax Limit Hike On Ballots HARRISBURG AP Pennsyl vania voters will be given an op portunity in the Nov 3 general election to decide if the borrow ing capacity of school districts should be increased The Senate Tuesday night com posed Constitutional amendment putting a higher on local schooldebts ItbreejzedunaWm budget is l a1 and C IKJM ni minimum target continued He said interest pay ment oh the runs about a year is al most unconscionable Cite Indiana nt Two Indiana County communi ties have received honorable men tions in a statewide community development They are Indiana in Class B cunpetion and Black Lick in Clas Announcement of the awards was made today in Harrisburgi by the Pennsylvania merce Chamber of Com At the same time they announc ed three additional Western Penn sylvania winners in the cpntest Second prizes of each Washington State College Coudersport Additional aamrds by West Penn Power Co to Washington State College and Third prizes Kittanning Additional awards to Kittanning by West See 12 Col C GSA Orders ISTC Project HARRISBURG The gener al state authority today ordered new bids to be taken on a project to build a new boiler wing and install a new boiler at Indiana State Teachers College Originally was allocated fqjt the project which Is the secoind pnase of a project on a music and art building Low bids received April 22 for wing project totaled the boiler The GSA staff requested the authority to permit remain ing from the music and art build ing project to be used to mafce up the difference between the origin al allocation for the boiler project the actual bid 12 member authority board rejected the request and voied un Senate3iis year and in 1957 Chairmaji Paul L R Schuylkill of the Educa tion Committee hailed as a means of keeping down in terest costs school districts that must borrow for new con struction Hundreds of schbol districts have turned to the authority meth od of financing construction be cause they w re at or close to their debt he told The As sociated always costs more in interest because regular school bonds carry a lower The debt incurred by authorities set up by school districts in the past few years is beyond the half billion dollar mark The State Pub lic School Building Authority debt is hovering around the 100million dollar mark Authority bonds car ry an interest rate from onehalf to 1 per cent to 2 per cent higher than sold directly by a school district Under the proposed constitution al the debt limit for all school districts except Phila delphia and Pittsburgh would be equal to 15 per cent of the assessed valuation of real estate in the dis trict The present ceiling is 7 per cent It also provides that voter ap proval in a district would be nec essary only when a bond issue is in excess of 5 per cent of the val uation The present restriction is 2 per cent BALTIMORE AP A Viscount turboprop airliner of Capital Airlines flying nonj stop from New York to At lanta exploded in storm swept skies over Maryland late Tuesday spraying wreck age and the bodies of 27 pas sengers arid four crewmen over a twomile area Civil Aeronautics Board investigators probingthrough the twisted fragments said at noon today that the plane1 was blown apart by a force ful explosion But specula tion whether the explosion was inside the fuselage or outside possibly in a wing would be they said An inspection of the engines showed they suffered little dam age This could indicate that the explosion was not near the planes fuel tanks One victim had his clothing blown off Police volunteered that this could signify an explosion within the fuselage An FBI spokesman in Baltimore said his office had not been asked to enter the investigation as yet While many close to the scene openly wondered about the pres ence of a bomb on board no one in authority would comment on it Conversation between the pilot and theairroute traffic control center at Washington shortly be plane disintegrated was playJ9 back on a tape recorder atoday but officials said5t dis closed no elite as to pened Just 48 minutes earlier another Capital airliner a fourengine Constellation plunged over a 200 foot embankment at the Charles ton airport 300 miles to the west as it came in for a land ing It immediately burst into flames Two bodies were removed from the charred wreckage ajjd six were hospitalized An official at the Cvil Aeronau tics1 Board said it was the first time in his memory that a single airline had had two fatal crashes in one day The had a large crew of investigators at the scene of the Baltimore crash probing the twisted remains of the Viscounl o try to determine the cause oi the tragedy i j Airplane Explosion Fabl To 31 I NewPenna Road Code HARRlSBURa AP G oy Legis lature to streamline the highway code to meMthe prob lems of moderti vehicle and road construction cars and trucksj and ouiHiigh ways themselves have been modn REMAINS OF AIRLINERThis is all that remains of thewing section of a Capital Airlines plane that crashed near Baltimore yesterday on a nonstop flight from New York to Atlanta The Viscount turboprop carrying 27 passengers and a crew of four exploded in flight killing all aboard AP Wirephoto Five Plane rashes The weather may have played a part in both crashes The Baltimore area accident oc curred during a local thunder squall Flight engineers and others said they thought the plane was caught in a severe updraft or downdraft which pulledoff part of a wing See 12 Col 2 For Philadelphia and See 12 Col 2 Steel Output Up PITTSBURGH Age magazine said today Pittsburgh district mills are expected to op last weeks actual rate Operation County Woman Regains Sight SEWARDF6r the second time The gathering shadows caused by within a year the sight of an In diana Countian has been restored through delicate surgery a suc cessful cataract extraction ac ording to an announcement made oday by the Association for the Blind On January 7th such an opera ion was performed under the killed hand of a well known Johns own eye specialist and surgeon patient was Mrs Anna rejected the request and voied un1 was Mrs Anna Cole animously and ordered new bids a few days MrS kA be taken Your Pairy Queen Store is w ning chocolate We4 Thurs of this week 231s ago Mrs Cole received her catar act lens and tests show that she now has 2025 in her right a cataract had hastened this time for Mrs Cole but now thanks to the success of the operation she has once happily taken up the management oi her household A spokesman for the Association said that Mrs Coles vision with correction is just slightly below normal Making arrangements for oper ations such as the one performed on the right eye of 77 year old Mrs Cole providing the money and handling the myriad details to help the unreasonable is j4st one of the maoy services a8ement to operate bis o ernized and Law rence told his weekly news con ference t Outdated laws are Jiampering the swift completion and rehabili tation of many roads in Pennsyl he added The governor proposed legisla tion to speed up construction pro gtams and payments to property owners by allowing the state to purchase entire tracts of land for road construction instead of pur chasing rights to traverse land Land not needed for the road way would be leased or sold Other legislation Lawrence pro posed would permit reclassifica tion of the states highway system to determine which routes should See 12 Col I Guardsmen Guard Shift At NC Plant HENDERSON AP First shift workers guarded 1y long lines of National Guardmen quietly entered the struck Harriet Henderson cotton mills today There were only occasional jeers and catcalls from small Clusters of pickets who turned out at the mills two plants The scene contrasted sharply with Tuesday nights shift change when guardmen with fixed bay onets faced hundreds of shouting strikers There was no violence however Police said some rocks were thrown in an area not policed by the guard Five persons were ar restecj and one was charged with inciting to riot The guardmen numbering about 300 vere ordered here by Gov Luther Hodges as a result of a new outburst of violence Monday night Workers leaving the plants were pelted with rocks ana their cars were fired upon Local officials said the situation was beyond their control and asked for troops An official of the striking Tex tile Workers Union of America Julius Frye of Greensboro charged the Guardsmen were sent ii By The Associated Press airplane crashes in scarqely 24 hours an esti ated 36 lives and early today Two airliners and fcliree military jets went down v Another airliner reported a hear collision With a jet Three Air Force F100 Super Sabre jet fighters plunged to the Atlantic Ocean off Myrtle Beach S C before dawn today on a night navigational and ahrefueling mission thi were seen hurtling water apparently All three pilots were presumed lost Air Force officials speculated that two ofthe jets collided and pulled the third down with them Cause of the triple crash was npt known immediately Air Force spokesmen said three planes toward the vlthout having collided They had speculated earlier that two had collided and dragged down the third A Capital Airlines Viscount air liner disintegrated in the air late uesday near Baltimore All 31 persons aboard were killed The plane fell in a stormy weather area on a flight from New York tt Atlanta Less than an hour earlier an other Capital airliner a Constella t on plunged over 200foot em while landing at the harleston Airport Two persons were killed and six in ured Aeronautics officials said they lelieved it was the first time that ne airline had two fatal crashes one day Prank Causes Death of 2 Young Girls CHICAGO girls per Unarmed Cop Faces Armed ent an Merger DfTwoUP Seminaries of the Indiana Armstrong Branch ft I n 7 i TV qkMVII eye wlxere there once of the Pennsylvania Association for ugbt perception Blind an agency that derives mills an ton gat Perception Blind an 8gency derives u 5Pcial on ironing board cov One of most difficult phasesj part of its support from the United f rowing old is surrendering faFund The Association official said HO fua N 6th St Ular taSkS tO the VOLineer ppnpr Hiat tho almnct s r o s suppor rom e nte i Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed Vat growmg old is surrendering faFund The Association official said i HO to the younger generthat the almost miraculous restor T younger genertat the Eagles Party every Thursday Won and gradually drifting kto ation of Wed tfc routine of dlinc jii jvui ijan routine of idling away the support of the United fundiHotel Rocky Phone Glenn 231 PITTSBURGH Pal lice officer handed his gun to T cornradev early arid willked unarmed into the apartment where 30yearold George Walters had barricaded himself and his four children Walters aimed a Germanmade P38 automatic pictol at acting Lt Howard Vanselow arid told him Tm npt coming out I want to die and I dont care who goes with For tense minutes Vanselow ar gued He persuaded Walters to let him hand the children through the door to their mother in the hall way Then for 40 minutes more the two men talked Walters keeping the policeman covered by the gun said he was despondent over los ing his job and separation Jrom wife At one point Walters ished Tuesday night after a group spoke of his mother Vanselow offered to take him too seeher Walters agreed Vanselow shout nis were singed scorched Police said touch Policemen waiting outside the of boys as a prank set fire to a in vacant lot and trapped them in the fiery and I dont want anybody to shanty i Fire officials said the girls Deana Feht 13 and Margaret Roelle 12 schoolmates apparent ly suffocated as the boys tried frantically to reach A playmate Richard Boyle 14 who had been trapped inside the shanty with the girls escaped with the help of his brother Den apartment scattered as the two emgered Walters still aiming his pistol at Vanselow As they reached a parking lot Vanselow found his opportunity He struck the gun aside captured Walters and placed him under arrest me nciy ui ins uruinuT uen it 16 Young Boyles eyebrows Walters was alled for a and his clothing ng on cnarges of asfsault resist arrest pointing firearms and the fire was set deliberately but without malice by the goys after the and young Boyle entered the shanty which the boys called the fort disorderly conduct Mrs Nancy Walters 28 said she ran out and called police when hot estranged husband en tered her apartment by using a wnicn the boys called the 7 v J It is located on the citys North1 She Said he threat west Side jened to kl her Young Boyle said Deana and Margaret wanted to see the forti InnQ Pnv hem to shnw and he went in with them to show them around He said about a doz en boys then blocked the door by today settled SAIGON South Viet Nam AP Piling heavy objects against it and debt with South Viet Nam for PITTSBURGH fire to fragments of foam Viet Nam is the last ave approved the merger plans jber which they tossed inside the country to receive reparations f Pittsburghs two United Presishanty to stink it ifrom Japan yterian seminaries Pittsburgh enia and Western it was an ounced today The proposed merger is subject i approval by the General As of the United Presbyterian hurch latti this month The announcement stated that i additional 13 million dollars ill be needed for new buildings nd endowment funds The new seminary is to be ailed the Pittsburgh Theological eminary The directors said it robably will be located nefir the resent site of PittsburghXenia the citys East End section Westerns present buildings may ave to be razed to make way Progress To Summit Possible GENEVA AP U S Secretary of State Christian A Herter challenged the So viet Unions Andrei Gromyko today to join in serious con structive He said if the foreign ministers meet ing here makes satisfactory progress it can lead to a sum mit session My government is anxious to make the hecessaiy pro gress Herter said at the Big Four meeting but the Western Powers cannot make it Herter addressed the third ses sion of the foreign ministers meet ing His speech had been delayed wo days while Gromyko fought for increased status for East Ger many and conference membership or Poland and Czechoslovakia Herter said that most of the iopes raised by the Big Four sum mit conference here in 1955 have been dashed He said Germany the major subject of the present meeting remains split with its division a grave injustice bearing the seeds of future Yet he said there have recentlj been a few hopeful signs of im proving relations He specified some progress in talks on suspending nuclear tests and developing contacts between So viet and Western peoples But Herter said con ference is not beingi held because any change in the world political situation makes agreement more likelyrbut simply because the Soviet announced inten tion liquidate the relationship under which the four powers have been discharged their nated responsibilites for Berlin and for reunifying See 12 Col 4 Include ISTC Bill In Push In Pa House Legislation that would change the status of state teachers colft leges to state colleges is on ol ten bills which House Minority Leader Albert Me Kean County today asked for re lease for floor action in Harris burg Rep William G Buchanan In diana today Johnson has called upon the Demo cratic House leadership to hava the bill presented for action on the floor of the General Assembly The measure would change the status of Indiana and the other 13 state teachers colleges in Penn sylvania Johnson according to Rep Buc hanan said the state teachers college proposal and nine other measures are languishing in com mittee and should be released for floor One of the other bills concerns he proposed Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Authority a that would establish an authori to grant loans to college stu dents Buchanan is also a sponsor of that bill These bills and resolutions in dicate that the Republican Party is sincerely interested in good Johnson in his announcement Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON Americas stake in Africa is greater than the Communists according to Peter Edsons column on page 6 ISTC GOLFERS The Indiana State Teachers College golfers captured their ninth victory yesterday See page 22 i Of her Feafures a sponsor of the bill said in Harrisburg that Rep or a proposed municipal stadium the citys North Side Aladdins Lamp Mirror Cnmwordi Editorial Uokpital Notts Obituarist 10 SpprU TVBadifl 30 World Today 3 CoralGraceton Fire Co party Wed tfx Store Furs CaJl HO 55si 23Jv WEATHER Variable cloudiness and mild with a few showers or thunder showers tonight Low tonight 50 to 54 Thursday clearing and Recess Steel Talks In NY NEW YORK con tract negotiations for the steel in dustry were in recess today to ive management and union rep time to reassess their positions Negotiators met for about three hours Tuesday but there was no announcement by either side Asked to comment on the ses sion David J presi dent of the United Steelworkers of America said We cannot ne jgotiate in the i We have been meeting al morning and are negotiating care said R Conrad Cooper ex ecutive vicp of the Steel Corp awj top negotiator for the Your Dairy Queen Store is run ining chocolate Thurs of this week   

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