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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                f TIDDY An Indiana Countjr Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family mike food fanners Thats why pootg irt ftfaiyft looking for rich men EDITION 232 Sixteen Pages Indiana Saturday May 16 Two Sections Stvift KILLS WHITE TWP Many Contests For SSeekGOPNomination FcrCommissionerMost Run Again Tuesday is Election Day Republicans and Democrats of Indiana County will in dicate their choices for party nominees for all county offices exceptjudge and county coroner All current Republican and Democratic officeholders whos terms expire are running for reelection with the ex ception of the treasurer who can not succeed himself accord ing to the law and Mrs Merle C is now com jailing her first term as GOP county auditor The current county treasurer FlPft CvlflifnS JW Everettis can didate for county commissioner 5 In Family In St Louis County Republicans are facet with making the most decisions with 24 candidates seeking election for five contested offices Eight Republicans are seeking ST LOUIS Mo family GOP posts as nqmineei of fiveperished early today in C0lnty commissioner and fiv 0 re that engulfed their home ihare m running for count north St Louis County Friday night 160 miles to the treasurer Six county Republicans are in south four children were killed the race for the two county audi iu a fire that destroyed their frame farm home near Neelyville Mo f The St Louis County victims were Robert Bennett 29 his wifej Lawanda 28 and their chil Dianne 9 Robert 2 nd Sherry 1 The fire was in Riverview a suburban community itear the Mississippi River A neighbor George Kieffler discovered the blaze on returning home from He said the house was a mass of flames and he was un able to arouse anyone tor positions and three person are seeking nomination as sheriff Two Indiana attorneys are in the Republican contest for nomi nation as district attorney Two current GOP office holder have no opposition for renomi nation Democrats by virtue of a partj endorsed slate have no conteste officeexcept that of county com missioner where partj Both major political parties See 2 Col S Dies Under Rear Wheel White Township School Instantly Director Race Tops In Local Election Interest A siprited fight for three White Township school di ectors posts highlights the primary election activity in In iana Borough and White Township Center of controversy in the race is the full jointure ecently approved by the State Department of Public In truction Top boorugh battles center on the First Second and ourth Ward councilmanic nominations and on the trio of chool board posts to be filled In White Township one group of three Republican can Idates is solidly behind the present board in its action in arming the full jointure while the second group of three GOP candidates is maintaining its opposition to the full ointure even though it will officially go into effect July 6 Indiana Borough and White and Armstrong Township school boards the Indiana County Board of Education and the State De partment of Public Instruction all have given final approval to the kindergarten though twelfth grade jbinture Pennsylvania state school offii cials have ruled that the present The fire near Neelyville killed Aur children of Mr and Mrs Tharles L Wray whoTiad moved there recently from Tucson Ariz The victims were Michael 9 Charles 7 Margie 11 and Joyce 4 Mr and Mrs Wray and another j daughter Tom 2 escaped but Mrs Wray was burned on the hands and face while rescuing LONDON cat that i bent her rollon getting hep in the A neighbor J R Cosby said espresso has at last gained official GODFREY BREAKS D0WNDURING television entertainer Arthur Godfrey breaks down at news conference iri New as he tells of escape from death caused by a spreading lung cancer He left HTarkbess Pavilion Presbyterian Mfedical recent surgery for his home in New AddHepCat Talk To Top Dictionary was awakened by Mrs Wrays screams and ran to the scene He said when he arrived the house was in flames and the three vivors were sitting on the ground in hysterics Mrs Wray said she supposed tauUy wiring had caused the fire No stoves said were turned on she Teens Die In Crash On Prom Drive recognition in Britain Cap hep rollon a twoway stretch and espresso are all in cluded in the latest supplement put out by the authoritative Cham bers British Ten ago these words would have meant little to people rely on the dictionary for their English Had they described the cats dilemma with the words then at their command they like ly would have said A young lady with an addiction for jazz music suffered a disar rangement of her clothing while performing a vigorous dance in coffeehouse used by the younger AXWantTo Go Home To Tell StdryBelle RIO DEJANEIRO Belle youthful financier indioted in Pittsburgh for fraud and conspiracy in the collapse of a financial gmpire f ki cause J am axious MATTOON young people 111 AP Seven who had just Belle made the Friday to Ed Conway of Pittsburgh TV station WIIC in an interview Conway flew to Brazil to film the interview with the26yearold financial This h qa is a measure of what is to the English lang as a spokesman for 11 uuu aa a BLJimcsuigfi IUT a high school dance were killed chambers said wTmust keep AO iMtr anri urac T r early today and one was critical injured in a gradev crossing illision with an Illinois Central passenger train The 20car New Orleans up with its tional printed and published only in Britain For 5f years its tomes have been hauled wants to tell his story be wizard Belle fled to Brazil along with Mitchell Ostwind last July after the Federal government beganan investigation into ttieir multicom plex business dealings Ostwind named with Belle in volun tary to Pittsburgh several weeks ago Friday he pleaded innocent to the charges He is free under AuRevoir For Godfrey Days NEW YORK God frey has Au revoir to public life for 60 days to follow doctors orders explicitly in recuperating from a lung cancer operation The CBS radio and television star left Columbia Presbyterian Hospital Friday a weak trembling man but grateful to be ReportFBI Arrest Soon In Lynching MEMPHIS Tenn AP The Commercial Appeal reported to day Hhe FBI was ready to arrest seven persons in connection with the lynching of Mack Charles Negro The newspaper quoted unidenti fied authoritative sources as 4 wnjv expecf be made this weekend The dispatch was datelined Pop JaVville where Parker was awaiting trial on charges of rap ing a aMyearold pregnant white housewife iwhen he was taken from jail three weeks ago today by a band of masked and hooded men His body was found May 4 neiftr Benjamin Franklin Jointure White and Armstrong Townships and SHelocta will con tinue to exist as a subordinate part of the new Indiana Area School District borough a member o district re 2 Col 5 Richard Wayne Gray 2 yearold son of Mr and Mrs of the Brady Trailer Camp was crushed to death under the wheels of a milk delivery truck about a m today State Police report the yduth was accidentally killed while playing near a truck making d e 1 i v e r i e s in the Brady Trailer Camp According to the police Clarence E Moore 40 Home R D 1 operator of the milk truck made a delivery to a trailer When he pulled his truck ahead tp make another delviery he noticed a bump When he stopped td investigate he discovered the body of the boy Police said the deputy coroner Michael Hallow reported the boy was killed instantly of a crushed skull The lad was reportedly playing with a small toy car when the accident occurred He was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Indiana Hospital The truck driver Moore was delivering milk fair the Marion Center Creamery Khrushchev Cut Haircut Price In Texas To 15 Cents IRVING Tex Bargaln minded fathers and their bushy The FBI has had 40 agents j haired sons eageriy ijnetj up to working on the case questioning day to get15centtrims with free persons in southern Mississippi and southeastern Louisiana Anyone accused of being mem bers of the kidnap band the dis patch said would face a state murder charge and also a federal charge of conspiracy to deprive Parker of his civil rights brother Lisle all of Shelbyville and Jerry Mayes 19 of foodlawn III Miss Thomas died in Mattoon Memorial Hospital several hours after the crash The sole survivor1 was Ivan Moon 22 brother of Irene Mayes and Moon were Uni versity of Illinois students An Illinois Central spokesman sgid the passenger train normally sped 70 to 75 through the Mattoon area of east central Illi nois j fThe collision occurred at a dirt ad crossing two riflles north of Mattoon The tracks run adjacent to Highway 45 where police said the students returning from the Shelbyville High prom bad turned off into the dirt road bebop cha square and sweater girl cha Condition Of Dulles Said Worse WASHINGTON Fos ter Dulles1 condition is worse His family has gathered here in Reeled Harvey A Orr fpr Cpun ty Commissioner 5th name on ballot Centos 1415 BditorUl BoiplUU 14 Union Aide Plans Suif MIAMI BEACH Fla organizer for the Teamsters Union arrested for lacking a license is counterattacking with a constitu tionality suit Harold Gross spent four hours in custody after he continued his activities Friday despite the lift ing of his union business agents license by the Florida Cabinet Then he filed a Circuit Courtsuit challenging the statelaw that re quires state licenses for union agents The Cabinet canceled Gross1 li cense on grounds he had neglected to report on his application thai he had spent 2VJ years in a to be close to him In York jail for conspiracy to comAddition to his wife and brother mit extortion Allen who heads the Central In Iteliigence Agency they include Store Furs Call HO 232x his three children and three sis ters The former secretary of weakened by the cancer that has spread through his body contract ed a mild case of pneumonia last weekend Friday State Depart ment Press officer Lincoln White said Mr Dulles pneumonia has not completely resolved There has been some further decline hi his general Dulles entered Walter Reed Army Hospital last Feb 12 In an operation had re moved a cancerous growth in the colon This February in the course of a hernia operation Army doctors discovered cancer had spread alive Although aides tried to hustle him away to hfs New York apart ment the redhaired performer refused He spoke to the press and asked through reporters to con vey his thanks to so mviny well wishers who have followed the re sults of his surgery Later from his Manhattan home Godfrey dictated a word statement released for publication Tax Program Better For New Industry PITTSBURGH Law program shoeshines and snow cones during the price war of feuding barbers Participants are Ed Cox a real tor who owns the Irving Boule vard Barber Shop and his two former T Kartell and Jay Simmons who now oper ate their own shop 150 feet down the street Cox opened his shop eight months ago but says he didnt make enough moneysfrom a 7030 split arrangement with Harrell and Simmons to cover his invest ment I wanted out of the barber West Plan MOSCOW Nikita Khrushchev rejected today the Western proposals in Geneva for the German question The Western proposal is put forward only for one pur pose to put the blame be declared in a speech ac cepting the Lenin Peace Prize They wont have that v Khrushchev made the state ment near the end of an hpur long speech in the Soviet Parlia ment Hall behind the walls of the Kremlin The real author of these plans is not in Khrushchev said The shadow of West Ger man Chancellor Konrad Adenau er is This was a restatement of the Soviet thesis that Adenauer is the main obstacle in the path of German settlement rence says the tax adopted will offer a morethan favorable tax climate for indus trial expansion in Pennsylvania The first job of government is to see that the tax climate is fav orable to industrial Law rence said Friday at a luncheon He added that he has made it through CBS concerning his re0f the Society of Industrial Real cent operation and hopes for thetors iuture Godfrey had told newsmen that I got a the surgeon got it out under circumstances so trying that one slip or the other and 1 wouldnt be here talking to Cox said I gave Har rell first chance to buy the Harrell said the asking price was too high so he and Simmons decided to set up their own shop I couldnt afford to go some where else and build up another Harrell said And 1 would have bfeen foolish to do all the work and let Cox get all the said Cox Ive got 000 invested in this place Its a Khrushchev the Western declared package that in proposal a cardinal point of policy in my j matter of running Harrell off or administration to do losing that there are some proposals which are worth But each problem should be treated separately and not in he added Khrushchev asserted the dan ger of a new war starting lies in the hands of a few men or some exictad pilot After not ing that World War I started from a single shot at Sarejevo he commented Now the war may start just In his statement he elaborated on his getting a break Lawrence urged industrial real Cox first cut the price of a hairJ of the intentions of a tors throughout the nation to excut from a dollar to 75 cents By plore the advantages offered to intoday he was down to 15 cents day and night are flying in Amer can planes with atomic dustry by the state He said Penn a fit This is a battle for He declared I know why I got the break See Au 2 Col i transportation system sylvania can offer an abundance safd Harrell who is charging 25 of plant location sites adequate j cents for a hair cut Im ready water supply outstanding recreajto go to work somewhere else if tional facilities and an expert i necessary to make enough money to keep this place Inside The Gazette THE LIGHTER Jerry is back with bis look sit tne Washington scene See his column on editorial page J TENT The story of the Eastern Tent Caterpillar is today on P3ge 18 concerning their life cycle and what can be done to eliminate pest Of her Features Supreme Court Jurist Douglas To Speak In Indiana C 4 1011 7 7 vote for Verna Pop mien school director Pine Tpwnj Ship 83 WEATHER FORECAST Clear and cold again tonight with scattered frost Low 32 to 33 Sunday sunny warmer Reeled Harvey A Orr for Coyn ty Commissioner 5th name on ballot 232x William 0 Douglas Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Stales will visit In diana State Teachers College Indiana on December 2 1859 DoubUks will speak at a stu dent convocation in Fisher Audi torium His subject will concern developments to the Middle East Justice Douglas has been a member of the court since whea he appointed by Frank UQ Delano Roosevelt to succeed Louis Braadeis who retired Jus tice Douglas is kjjown K 9 Uber Dance Sat ao4 has wrUtea majority de couraged cisions in many cases of civil rights and Big Business abuses Justice Douglas is a former high school English teacher and former Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University He has been called an outstanding Professor of Law by Robert Maynard Hutchins educator and former president of the University of Chicago Former President Harry S Truman once asked Douglas to be his running mate in 1948 The Justice refused to run and toy movement to uirust mm Into national politics Justice Douglas holds a degrpe from Wbiteman College Walla Walla Washington where was a member of Phi Beta Kap pa Douglas has received honor ary degrees from many colleges including Yale Wesleyan and Rollins Besides his scholarly pursuits Douglas is an enthusiastic out doorsman hiker and mountain climber He is the Author of several books about his travels and adventures of people or just of madness of those who Khrushchev diploma and was gold handed the medal peace prize by academician Dmitri Sko beltsyn chairman of the Interna tional Lenin prize committee Then speakers paraded to the dais praising Khrushchev as a See 2 Col 2 Explosion Ruins Titan Missile DENVER AP An explosion destroyed the first stage of a Titan intercontinental ballistic missile Friday as it nestled in a test stand in the mountain foot hills southwest of here The Martin which makes ne i the missile said the test area had been cleared of personnel No one was hurt Dance Sunday Homer City U giofl The Cadets 9 Notice Eagles Dance Saturday May 16U Musifi by Janie Seifert Dance tonitf t tfc I   

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