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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                lit Termt Of DoHors and Cents s T c M f EDITORS NOTE following is the first of a scries of three articles designed to inform the general public of the Value of Indiana State Teachers College to the community of Indiana and Indiana County The three articles will discuss the colleges importance to the district 1 in terms of dollars and cents 2 in terms of growth and people and 3 in terms of better living Todays article will deal with the dol lars and cents contribu tions to the communitys economic life Tomor rows story will tell of the projected growth which college officials expect within the next ten years and how that growth is expected to ef fect Indiana and Indiana County The final article in the series scheduled for publication on Thurs day will be designed to tell of the colleges cul tural spiritual and social contributions to the com By BILL HASTINGS Gazette NeWs Editor Sfr AND C5ENTS Indian State Teachers College today easily appears as an economy oasis for Indiana County This is not intended to detract from the vital con tributions of the countys growing industrial arms it is sunply a matter of facts and figures The college has swelled in size with such rapidity in recent years that front page news stories on increased enrollment and new construction have almost entered the stage or monotonous regularity Even in view of the daytoday news accounts of the the ful1 imPact of the institutions worth to the county in dollars and cents has never been brought to fore in one fell swoop THE DOLLARS AND CENTS not qnly includes the payroll and budget but also a myriad of hidden benefits that lend to the communitys healthy econo mical climate i the conservative estimate that 2 800 students next year will drop in allowances into the coffers of the county This represents the money students spend on such incidentals as drug store supplies restaurant meals haircuts shoe repairs magazines and newspapers clothing and countless other items Also hidden from the publics eye are the approxi mate 300 studentowned automobiles that result in an additional flow of money into local cash registers There are others too They will be discussed later budget in staff member non manage the schools arter ROTct this not THE REAL CORE of the dollars and cents which Indiana has been consuming is contained in the TEDDY An Indiana County That Serves Every Member of the Family Continued on Page 2 Col 1 When adults act like children theyre silly When children act like adults theyre delinquent 304 Sixteen Page Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday August 11 1959 Two Sections City EDITION Seven Cents APPROVE COUNTY DAN PARK FUND Township Proposal Armstrong OK in Of Accepted Armstrong Township and Indiana Borough have agreed to continue their secondary be6KI DO WOlDOn inintnro nrVifni fViu iMacant Record Quake NEW YORK AP A slight earthquake miles from here probably in the West Indies was recorded early today on the Ford ham University seismograph The first shock was recorded at 33 EDT the second at jointure when the present contract expires in July ofOOl JCitlnQ Funds In action taken at last Job Totals In US Hit New Highs WASHINGTON Employment reached another The Weather Sunny and warm today and Wednesday Fair and mild to night 59 to 64 High Wednes day 80 to 89 Will Sign 4 Tax Says Davey f District law enforcement offiBarter of a million while HARRISBURG AP Gov nights Indiana Borough cials this afternoon alerted declined by Lawrence said today he will sign Board meeting the school didents of Indiana Borough andneadv the same amount Houseapproved 4 per cent rectors acceptedI an offer White TownshiP to a woma The Labor Department resales tax lf the it iron the Armstrong record high in July The lumber of jobs rose about a million while declined The woman reportedly in her At its August meeting the 30s is accompanied by a 12 or major changes I dont want to go out on a raj siil m UD UUu Timo oil 01511 u ui an inciPKP nf emasculated he told his mciease of over weekly news conference July last year j The ejaended 4 pejt cent Unemployment declined by was appreved last week by 10 to in July This was the House with Republican help less than July 1958 s a compromise measure de Armstrong board voted to 13yearold girl join with the borough in Police said the unidentified maintaining the present joinman presents a typewritte ture and asked the board in aexplaining that the local doctor letter presented at last needs the funds for a new office aisu rcauiea a T meeting to take actioniThere are no signatures on number of fe bf the proposed agrement PflPer jobs has been steadiJfe the Sen r Police requested anyone w h all year Unanimous approval was given may be approached by this worn Seymour Wolfbein deputy said he didnt know by the Indiana board to the Arman to cal the Jndiana Borougnisjstant secretary of labor for all the Sen Employment had also reached a SIf to end the tax stalemate U ls exPected to be approved strong request See 2 Col 3 Police or the Indiana substation i power told a news conference tax of the State Police See 2 Col 4 See 2 Col 5 DemocroHc Bill Hod 16 GOP Graduated Pa Income Tax Clears House Vote ti A ii IPni in A j i HARRISBURG gradu ated income tax of up to 6 per cent long a Democratic goal in posed measure to cut down the timewould stand to gain additional nPAnorl I Million Recreation AP The Senate appropriatidfls committee today approved a which would provide bill CAR SEPARATED IN CRASHThe body of a convertible automobile is wrapped around a tree Solnn fTld WhUe ha lies in the Aground after the driver lost con tiol on a slippery road and crashed into a tree near Harrisburg Richard Glick of Lewistown Pa belt aTttetta i8htly WUh 3 CUt hiS eye He was wearmg a AP Wirephoto Claim 1st Conspiracy Against Castro Ended constitutional amen d m e n next week to pass the aid wSile OoS Only two more legislative t j i Castro was expected to take to radio and TV today to tell all about the first major con spiracy to overthrow his revolutionary regime and how his1 lorces smashed it It was generally agreed the bearded leader would affected by his land redis Batistas army accuse antiCastrn Monday night with the help of 18 sage in Republican votes the Legislature and voter final vote measuie passed legislation to authmidmi ot eiping It faces uphill prospects in the al before it can take effect The Other louiciutiva taprooms to serve free the before it can take effect The Senate Sen Douglas H Elliott House vote is the first move in i RFranhJlin said many Rpubli cans were against the proposed constitutional amendment The 11469 House vote came as a surprise since the paper thin this long procedure Other TAX SenionTy said the plot Unofficial pretzels peanuts popcorn beeniBlairsville Man said for the creation of a state park in Indiana Coun ty The measure provides that the money would be used for the establishment develop ment and construction of a recreation park and dam in the county The money would come from the oil and gas lease fundjs The proposal would also give the forests and waters secretary the authority to ac quire the necessary land by purchase or through condem nation The Forest and Water game and fish commiittee proved the proposal earlier Since the measure calls for an appropriation it was re ferred to the appropriations committee after it received the previous approval of the full Senate The measure will be in po sition for final consideration by the Senate next Monday If approved the bill then would go to the House Steel Talks Resumed In Tense Meet NEW YORK ne gotiators resumed their talks to day in the fourweekold steel strike but the absence of David JMcDonald head of the Repubhc to auto accident while enroute to herl workers Union gave the Delaware home from Marionings a dour overtone Woman Killed MARION CENTER Mrs Rho da Shields Colgan formerly of h Mcaiiiua llUUVUin nltri chips are in Democratic majority was hit by i into the hands of a receptive Re 10 absentees Democrats came up1 publicanControlled Senate with 98 of the 106 votes needed toj Senate Fianace Committee p3SSl Monday night sent the Republicans despite thrie party liondollar sales tax to the floor u iui a aiiu uula The action came less than a final vote a proposed freeze of cateRorv week after the House again with market valuations of real estate GOP assistance rolled the 4 per used in determining state cent sales tax through the House subsidies approved a plan to impose a point Sen Joseph M Barr D Alle system for traffic violations In gheny attacked the measure bei effect it would provide for suspen cause he said it was intended to discriminate against the Philadel wn bV tft iv If W opposition against any form of in with plans to recommit it duringtricts come tax rounded up 16 day for amendments to be i than enough to help thetented next week districts under the State Democrats push through the The parliamentary manucver is j equalization Boards 1358 j i wie aviumuiaicu again 51 phta and Pittsburgh school dishim for over a period of three sion of a drivers license after 10 points are accumulated against crushed some persons had been ar rested But i telephone blackout continued over Las Villas vince in central Cuba Ranson Ave Remnants of an armed Center Sunday Complete details of the accident were not immediately available BLAIRSViLLF A She was a of Mr and Morton Shields of Marion Center Crawford Funeral Home here is in charge of arrangements Details of the accident and a man was found dead in his home yesterday morn vince the southern part of the K Umber by POliw broke bee afa doorNeighbors said they hd complete obituary will appear in tatves headed by R Conrad t WM i j tomorrows Indiana Evening Ga years Various violations have dif the posted Observers also considered gnificant that Castro changed his mind about going to not seen Furniture Center closed Wedues it Saturday night and became coni ad Thursday A complete obituary appears j afternoon August 12 See our 304xF McDonald snubbing the parley as pointless was reported tour ing picket lines at strikebound plants The industry rebuked him for staying away The union sent in second string of bargainers for todays session with company represen Cooper They were joined by the federal mediation chief Joseph Finnegan He declined comment oa Mc Donalds blast at tht caliber of the industrys negotiating or the industrys stiff retort Homer City Legion Party To In Pittsburgh Monday McDcw   

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