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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania 11 MM M More Aid Or er Taxes Cry Schoolmen Indiana Cotutfy school sdnnel including administrators teachers and board Menibers predicted this week that unless the state increases its subsidies to the schools a great tax burden will be placed upon the local tax This concensus of opinion was expressed at a meeting of the county school personnel called to discuss and gain support for leg islation pending before the state legislature concerning reim bursements to local school dis tricts Present it the session at tended by about M teachers supervisors directors and minfstratdrs were State tor Arthur I Kromer from Punxsutawney and William G Buchanan assemblyman from Indiana County the meeting was directed by Indiana County Superintendent of Schools William J Norman and members of his staff including Max C Harwick and Ronald M Coulter assistant Indiana Coun ty Superintendent of Schools The Outlook for the future operation of schools in the coun ty is not good according to erintendent of Schools Norman The necessary construction of buildings and the support of of school programs iri im mediate f titure af e going to place heavy burdens 6n tax payers all over the state they said A prediction was that the tax rate coatd much M M mills state offen awUtance i It was reported thatHousaBlil 1108 now before the legislature in Harrisburg would raise the state subsidy from the current to per teaching unit At the same time local ejfort per teaching go up from four and ttiills to seven mills v The bill as now would cost the state about million dollars Although both of the legisla tors present indicated a desire to see the bill passed it was repotted that they expressed doubt that the bill would pass in its present form Senator mer said that committee sibrt already conducted indicates an increase to about a rise of 1700 over the prevailing rate Mr Norman pointed out that area schools can only do one of two things to meet the1 de mands of education in the fu ture A greater burden will have to be placed on the payer or the program offered by the schools will have to be curtailed A curtailment of the program Mr Norman added would ciuse the county to lose over in supplemental appropriations By a unaminous consent the educators present at the session voted to send a resolution to the State Senate and Mouse of Ken resentatiVes urging approval of Mouse Bill 1108 Officials county office added that if the bill is passed as it stands now it will be pos sible for the local school levied to be maintained at a able level In another event it could cause local school taxes to skyrocket as much as 90 TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family After its too late to do when you think of something you should have done EDITION Volume 267 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday June 27 1959 Two Sections STEEL TEAM They Said If Couldnt Be Swede Belts Patterson Then Takes Belt Home Batista To Search For NewHome C1UDAD TRUJILLO Domini can Republic AP Fulgencio Batista who fled Cuba six months ago hopes to leave his Dominican sanctuary soon but he doesnt know where he can go The United States and several other nations already have given him the cold 68 Dead In Milan f NEW YOKK AP It took Ingemar Johansson less than seven years to rise from a pathetic practically dis MILAN Italy AP An to the heavyweight champion of the world armored car regiment and In the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki Finland Johansson hundreds of pohce today seal was paired with American Eddie Sanders in the heavyed off a threemile zone of weight But the referee disqualified Ingemar then 19 scattered wreckage that may for running and refusing to fight hold the secret behind the Ironically Sanders later died from injuries suffered incrash of a U S airliner in a a professional bout shoulder The former Cuban told a reporter in an interview he has renounced all political activi ties His greatest desire is to join his family he said leavingthe w future of Cuba to the hew min vAo have the responsibility to di of With unrest seething in the Car ibbean Batista is anxious to en ter the United States where his wife and members of his family live His efforts to obtain an en thus fax have been u His hopes to enter Spain France otherEuropean countries also Swedes received a chilly reception from the governments of those coun tries They dont want to offend Cubas new leader Prime Minis ter Fidel The road was a long one for Jo hansson For a time it appeared that he never would live down the embarrassment of that day in 1952 But Friday night in the Yankee Stadium he stopped Floyd Patter son in the third round and became the heavyweight champion of the world Andall his bitter memor ies were stamped out This was rated by experts as one of the most startling upsets in the historyof the heavyweight Johansson was hot sup posed to have a chance against the hardpurtching Patterson Since winning the heavyweight title from Archie Moore Patter son had gone into the ring1 five times in defense of his crown Five opponents were counted out before the bout had gone its full length Johansson was to be No 6 The training methods had COMPLETE DETAILS ON SPORTS PAGES turious summer thunder storm All 68 persons aboard were killed said they saw lightning strike the fourenr gine constellation on Friday Aviation experts said it was more likely that the Chicago bound Trans World Airline plane was shaken to pieces by the violence of the storm Some people on the groundsaid they heard the plane explode in the air was also the possi bility ofmechanical failure the cause of fialys worst air Italian and American experts began their inquiry today Inves tigators came from the and Italian government air safety agencies and TWA An Italian dis trict attorney Salvatore Petrucci also was serif by the government Until the investigation is fin ished not even the relatives of the victims will be allowed near the T XT tangle of blackened aluminum all NEW YORK Negro remained of the plane that youths were held for a grand jury lumineted into a field north of An ohartroc TVirlj A County Miners On Vacation With Pay Indiana County miners wilt be enjoying their annual vaca tion with pay for the next two weeks The vacation started at mid nightlast night and lasts until Besides their regular the miners received each in vacation pay j c FpurNegroes Held In Rape Of NY Girl on rape charges Friday A doctor by the Dominibeen criticized even He a apparently can press and radio charging Bawas too interested in night STaSS June 18 n n icnmo coin nthaf Deiore cne auacK June is in tista with being secretly in league with Castro speeded theN exdicta tors almost frantic efforts to find a new home far from this trou bled area Some diplomats believe the United States could remove some tension from the existing Domini canCuban situation if it admitted Batista His presence here they say contributes to Caribbean un rest despite his strong protest of not participating in any antiCas some said Other complained that See 2 Col 3 tro activities Cuba broke diplomatic relations with the Dominican Re Wpublic contending Dictator Rafael Trumillos regime was using to talitarian methods of war to sup press the Dominican people On June 12 Venezuela announc ed it was breaking relations with the Trujillo government schoolyard Dr Peter J Milazzo testified in the second day of a court hearing in the case He said he examined the girl the day after the attack and her general suggested virginity had been pres ent very very Queens Adolescent Court Magis trate Milton Solomon refused to reduce the bail for each of John Harwick 234 South Eleventhe youths telling defense lawyers til has resigned his position sternly since I heard the evi as sports editor of the Gazette it dence Im inclined to make it was announced today by the mani John Harwick Resigns Post AtGazette here The plane had taken off from Malpensa Airport in this big north Italian industrial city just 17 min utes before It flew north toward the Swiss Alps and into the storm See 68 2 Col 1 WAITING FOR GOVERNORS N who lives in alittle town named Eden near here waits with hjs wife 11 and daughter Donna 3 whether Gov Lawr ence will sign extradtion papers which would send him back to Florida where heescaped from a chain gang three years ago while serving a 5 year sentence for bad checks Tanner has since rehabilitated himself and is working as a machinist at a local castings company plant agement of the newspaper He has served as sports believes in reclamation for the past two years land regeneration of youth pro In submitting his resignation vided the crime is not of brutality Harwick said he will soon accept and violence Hot Humid itWeatherln Eastern US By The Associated Press The mercury soared today hot muggy weather clung many There was little relief on the weather map Slight cooling poured over the central Rockies A graduate of Indiana State this case that each of the defend Teachers College he is a nativeants is guilty of the charges as set of Ciymer and formerly taught atforth in the complaint and that Marion Center Joint High School j there was violence and brutally and the scattered Weather showers Bureau said were likely during the afternoon for some re gions A humid blanket gripped near ly all of the eastern half of the country Friday night This said the magis another position There is sufficient evidence in His resignation tive July 6 becomes See Page Ebensburg Area Boy Drowns EBENSBURG Pa mond L Fletcher 12yearold son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Fletcher of Flinton in northern Cambria County drowned Friday afternoon despite heroic rescue efforts The boy was swimming in Clearfield Creek with 10yearold Eugene Shawley when he was dragged under by a strong cur rent Young Shawley vainly tried to rescue him Joseph Ansley a passing motor ist jumped fully clothed into the stream but could not reach Fletch er Shortly afterwards Eugene Gates of Flinton dragged Hawa i i Votes Today On Statehood Issue HONOLULU voted on statehood for a last time today and picked candidates for their first state election a month hence From all sides came predictions that the islanders would give an overwhelming yes to admit the midPacific island chain as the 50th state They had done so in two earlier plebiscites and have been pleading for statehood for half a century Col 4 to shore but he was dead Psychiatric Care Gov long Set For Rest Sen Kennedy Sets Fa 11 For His Decision COLUMBUS Ohio make a decision in the fall says Sen John F Kennedy on whether hell be a candidate for the 196 Democratic presidential nomination And that also goes for whether he will enter Ohios presidential primary election next May for the states 66 delegates he said The Massachusetts senator held an impromptu news conference dinner meeting Michael V Di said they had Friday after a with Ohio Gov Salle Kennedy talked politics but he did not COVINGTON La AP progress along a trail done him wrong No new reprisalselaborate readings and heavy thundershow ers prevailed over portions of the northern plains Some inches of rain pounded Lake a northeastern Montana community during a 30 minute period Friday night Bis Earl K Long just one busy day out of a mental institution settled down today to about a weeks rest recommended by a team of psy1 chiatrists The governor staying at a tiny country motel here said he would of vengeance against Louisiana politicians the governor feels have were announced Long ended 27 days of confine I wouldnt have sent for them ifi I had intended he add ed His words Friday indicated the contrary He talked of renewing his campaign for reelection I thought I would have to make Whes next fall to win an inch of rain during a bhour period Thundershowers w 1 1 h gusty winds clocked at 65 miles an hour hit Pierre See HotPage 2 Col I d Indiana Auto Body closed for vacation A platoon of doctors took over the governors routine by invita tion banned all contact with the press all non essential visitors The senator came to Columbus while en route to Bellaire Ohio The Hawaii Statehood Commis sion said its straw vote last week showed 12 to one approval for ad mission to the Union The commission was confident the Hawaii referendum would top the five to one approval voted by Alaska last year The simultaneous primary r fleeted the multiracial makeup of the islands Candidates of Asian descent pre dominated on the primary list and the first state election July 28 is expected to send at least one Ori ental to Congress Hawaii will elect two Sena tors and one Representative next month Five of the eight leading aspirants are of Japanese or Chin ese ancestry Election officials predicted the combined rtatehood referendum See 2 Col 2 Fog Curtails Queens Tour Of Canada ment in two mental hospitals at for a Democratic dinner speaking midmorning Friday engagement tonight The governor had the State Hospital Board petition him to disl miss State Hospitals Director Jes se Bankston and Dr Charles Bel cher acting superintendent of Southeast Louisiana mental Hos ST MARYS Pa Neigh Daoee ttwite Sat may slow the 63 year old GOV EARL LONG taking rest pital at Mandeville This action ibors rescued Mr and Mrs Wil removed all opposition to Longs Wite both in their late 70s release jfrom their burning home in near Mrs Long Sen Russell Long by Benezette Friday the governors The elderly couple had been and Dr Arthur Long all were abj overcome by smoke They were sent from Fridays proceedings i treated at the home of a neighbor The three concurred in the decij Firemen from five surrounding sion that resulted in Longs flight communities fought the blaze to Galveston for psychiatric which destroyed the two story treatment and subsequent 16day home stay at John Sealy Medical Ceni ter Mrs Long also asked thai the S H green stamps on all governor be committed to Mandepurchases Easy terms Rogers See Gov Page 2 Col 4 Jewelry tfx BEAUHARNOIS LOCK Ont Elizabeth Hs weath er luck deserted her today and bg on the St Lawrence River delayed the royal yacht Britannia An official for the Queens six week tour of Canada said todays cheduled visit to the St Law rence power project might be de layed two hours The yacht finally got under way moving slowly through the dense fog After ceremonies dedicating the St Lawrence Seaway Friday the Britannia took Elizabeth and Prince Philip to the lower Beau harnois Lock and the yacht tied up at Cote St Catherine Heavy fog rose above the St Lawrence during the night The city of Cornwall was heav ily shrouded with fog Vice President Richard M Nix on and New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller two men who may contend for the 1960 Republican presidential nomination will wel come the Queen in the Cornwall Massena area Nixon flew into Massena from Washington Friday night The vice See 2 Col 1 McDonald Agrees To Meetings NEW YORK AP The union agreed today to resume contract ne gotiations with the industrys regular bargaining David J McDonald union president said however I am not going to get in an other filibuster and would walk out again if the industry continues to refuse to grant worker contract gams McDonald declined further ses sions with industrys representa tives Friday saying they had been fruitless He called for direct talks with steel company top executives but that bid was flatly rejected McDonald announced this Ing after a meeting that he wouJd go back into session with he regular industry team headed by U S Steel President R Conrad Cooper But Im not going to sit in an other filibuster McDon ald said Im not interested in their case The union chief expressed hope See 2 Col 5 LightPlane Crash Kills 2 Occupants CLARION Pa light plane crashed on a farm near here Friday during a rainstorm killing the two occupants Killed were Reynolds K Lo baugh about 58 of Clarion Ken neth G Paine 36 pf Knox Lo baugh was owner of Lobaugh Cream Inc The single engine four place plane owned by William Craw ford of Brookville took off from Clarion Airport about 5 Fifteen minutes later it crashed on a farm near Route 66 aboutva mile north of Shippenville craft split apart on impact strew ing wreckage across a field State Trooper Thaddeus Droast said a number of persons heard the crash but no one saw it Itll take us a day to get the plane back together to make a complete Droast said Police did not immediately de termine the cause of the crash or who was piloting the plane Inside The Gazette JERKY BENNETT Jerry Bennett brings his weekly roundup of news from the nations capital that didnt make page one See page 6 NEW HEAVYWEIGHT A new worlds heavyweight champion was crowned last uight Bead the details on sports pages 10 and 11 Other Features Rhonda Files FinalDecree LOS ANGELES final decree ending the stormy seven year marriage of actress Rhonda Fleming and Dr Lewis V Morill was entered Friday in Superior Court Obtaining a preliminary decree June 17 1958 Fleming 35 testified the 42yearold physician found fault with her no matter what she said or did She charged extreme cruelty Miss Fleminghad filed an ear lier suit in 1954 and Dr Morrill brought one in 1956 These actions were dismissed when reconcilia tions followed Lamp Crossword IMS 1313 U Editorial Hospital Society 6 hporti 1011 15 1 1 Theater 7 4 Town Teen Talk IS WEATHER Warm and humid through Smiday with highs Sunday in the upper 80s and lower 90s Partly cloudy tonight with widely scat tered afternoon or evening thundershowers Sunday mostly cloudy with scallered thundershowers in the alteruoon Masons Notice Members of Benjamin Franklin Lodge Nd 753 F A and other Masons are requested to meet at the Bowser Funeral Home in Plumville for services for our late Brother Clyde K Moore Sr C C Dinsmore Secretary Elder R Lydic W M 267x Dance tomte Sat tfx
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