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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Offices Sealed H Dayton PTA UrW installs McMeans GAYTON Arthur McMeansity and learn to live with others was installed as president of the Dayton Joint Parent Teacher jociation at their meeting last Thursday flight in tjie high school cafeteria Serving with Mr McMeans for the coming year will be the fol lowing First vice president 0 w e n iReeshian vice president Louise Livengood secretary tie Miller treasurer Freda Pow ers historian Margaret Condron executive secretary Hazel Rum baugh and delegates Genevieve Gpodhart and Carolyn Kunselman The new officers wereInstalled by Ralph Greenawalt Rev Virgil Eicher was previ ously elected as president but he and his family ire leaving for Texas the latter part of this month to a new charge his resignation was accepted and McMeans elected to fill the va cancy The secretary and treasurer re ports were given respectively by June Reesman and Freda Powers Genevieve Goodhart told of attending the Legislative Banquet in Johnstown recently She recalled any interesting remarks from the ipeech of the main speaker who was president of the Natidnal Education Association He spoke on an enlightened public opinion and that we should pay more at tention to the legislation and not wait until the bills arepassed to know about them He said that for every that is spent for is spent for alco hol is spent for cosmetics Mnd is spent for tobacco TeachirtgTthe 3 Rs is not enough eduction today Our children must also be taught Respect Re sponsibility and Religion There must be1 ah atmosphere which en and a child should a balanced personal Each child should be taught hide pendent thinking With opportunity goes responsibility find a child must leam responsibility with that comes freedom and opportun Teachers have future civiliza tion in their hands There must be an enlightened public opinion the public must be made aware of the value of an educa tion for what we wish to appear in our Public School must first appear in the home Leonard Holt explained House Bill Ild8 and the group voted that a resolution favoring this Bill be sent to the Pennsylvania Legisla ture Mr McMeans reported on the first aid class that was completed last week Twenty two of the 25 that signed up for the course re ceived their first aid cards With the exception of the first meeting which was taught by a fed cross representative the class was Ralph Mazotta a mem ber of the high school faculty Pauline Elkin reported that Dayton Joint PTA has a 300 The Scrapbook which historian Margaret had made was on dis play during the evening Mrs Eli Fabian announced that the Bloodmobile will visit Dayton on Monday May 25 from 1 to 7 Employment Topic rof NAACPMeet Edward E Shelton Pittsbfcrgh field representative of the fcair Employmetitl Practices Comwisi sion was at the BlairsvilleIftdiana branch of the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People at their annual banquet and member ship drive last Sunday Mr Shelton introduced by branch president B E Hopkins spoke on the Course of Action for Fair which was interwoven with Negro history in the Revolutionary War and the construction Period following1 the Civil War Norman Thomas acted as master of ceremonies for the meet ing in the Beulah Baptist Church Indiana 3 The meeting s opened with con gregational singing Bible reading A reading and piano solo were presented by Mrs Daphne Chase arnT Miss Marie Sherman offered toi solo accom panied by Harris Miss Brenda Tillman gave a dramatic reading and Mr Cruise of Greensburg gave a short pep talk Dairymen Deadline n Contract For the program of the PITTSBORGH union official has gjven dairy owners until Thursday to make an ac evc ceptable contract offer or face a nine Mrs Stull nresented and iPossible strike bV sorrte dairy Paula employes in 11 western Pennsyl rnnntl00 McGrainor a id Sa d Sherr who sang Clair Schaffer and Ronald Early gave several guitar selections The executive committee is to vania counties I The ultimatum came from Char lies DeRenzo secretary Local 205 of the Milk and j Ice Cream Salesmen Drivers 50TH CLASS members of the Indiana High School Class of 1909 gathered In Indiana this weekend to observe the 50th anniversary of theirhigh school graduation Tp gether they enjoyed a dinner followed by a social time at tfre Mrs Bess Meehan home Seated on the floor right are Grace OHaia Clark Gula Hastings Lou Weber McCurtney Seated left toright are Mabel Gailey Buterbaugh Margaret Campbell Rugh Fowler Helen Clarence Fleck Edith Balentine Cribbsy Bess Dickie Meehan and Mary Griffith Standing left to right are Frances Conrad Salsgiver Lewis John R Campbell James Hill Murray Coon Lisle Moorhead and Olive Gailey meet on Wednesday evening June and EmPloves 3 at the home of Arthur said Tuesday that un Toconclude the evening refresh less the owners offer a pro ments were served by John fsal acceptable to the union Harmon and her committee Secret For Beat Incumbents In Butler County fleers will recommend a strike He said the union has met 19 times with the Greater Pitts burgh Milk Dealers Assn with i i I I y i i i i In Westmoreland Incumbents Lose GREENSBURG Pa Copeland FRANKLIN Pa deS AP ifeat of two incumbenl county v the union An extension of the old bents James Bpwie and B e r t union will meet that night days balloting in Westmoreland Snyder were defeated in their on the associations latest y bids for the Republican nomina tract proposal It has not beeni Two jncumbent county comis WASH1NGTON quest tion for another term as Butlermade public Union officials said S1oners Robert Kilgore and Jay 2877 Biery and Harold R their races for renomi Kahle of Emlen y Harry F Fowler of Kahle got Biery a fifth1 Alex W Copeland to featured votinff Tuesday i candidate Edward R Ross poll1 conDemocratic nomination th Vomtmn rmmtv Pinntinn P4 Qlfi Pa incum tract expires Tliursday night The jffjn the highlight contest of Tues1m the eloctMm ied936 INDIANA PA 4c SALE SEEING IS BELIEVING 1000 ITEMS AT 4c EACH County commissioners Harry Hagan polled votes and W H McCune toi hold a commanding lead over Bowie with votes j and James Green and Harold Bloom with for greater rocket power has led the Civilian Space Agency to an interest in a new and secret pro pellant The National Aeronautics a n d ice Administration Tues day awarded Gallery Chemical Co a con tract to explore the concept of the new propejlant and report its findings within eight months NASA scientists said they cpuld nomination for commissioners not discuss the rocket propellant in other than general terms be cause of possible militaryappli cations They said only that the propel Jant would permit substantial in creases in the weight of a rock ets instrument load If the system proves practica ble it will represent a major breakthrough in missile and rocket an NASA spokesman said i The new propellant Nwas devel oped at the companyslabora tories in Callery Pa The further studies will be conducted there they would recommend or the proposal rejection Kromer won renomination on the i Democratic and a retired rear admiral Joseph L Kane of j Ligonier was nominated for slier iff in the Republican primary 9 ri9 t an Weart Assn announced Tuesrun far in front of the other sj i bn7 V dfly t wil1 a record i for research into heart and V blood vessel diseases year starting July 1 during the Officialopening of the Suez Ca i nal was Nov 17 18G9 Oif Message Still En route ANTHONY Mes sages from the governors of 33 oil producing states to Gov Law rence continued on schedule to day in their pipeline trip to Titus ville Pa The messages ina capsule at tached to a device used in clean ing pipelines arrived here Tues day x The jnessages which began their journey at Gorsicaha two weeks ago are expected to arrive in TitusvilJe early next month as partof the citys oil centennial celebration INDIANA PA PHONE HOpkins 55544 OPEN FRIDAY 9 TIL ENJOY THE EXTRA SAFETY OF j vv y l UPrPbyUis Yag igi shows what the federal gov eminent means by setting aside May 1823 as spruceup jweek for mailboxes Fofthe first time in postal history rural boxbolders can choose their la vorite color and paint the box with polka stripes or what have you The idea is that you clean up the box put your on it and affix it to a 40ioch AIR CUSHION NYLON TIRES BLACKWALL5 Sale Priced v WHITEWALLS Sale Priced 13 15 tradein tire full 15monlh read hazard guarantee New stronger nylon card construction Triad design for that feel to Wards today and the allnew Riverside cir cushion nylon tire 8ig iqvings on whitewalls blackwalls or tubeless Drive Jo Wards todayl Free expert tire mounting I lUCKWAUsTtUBETYPE WHITEWALLS 470x15 j Hit Each Sol Pric WUhTfgdtln Before Tradein With i Plui T ll L 3045 MOUNTED FREE FRIDAY OPEN tlL 9 everything for tots at tiny prices Double dropside sixyear crib Riverside 4 SQUARE GUARANTEE Usually Allhard wood frame with double toetouch 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