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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An County Newipapar That Serves Eviry Member of the Family ii ag much authority in families today an now kids ttttftise 14 Vdlume Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday August 21 In 5 Oth State Gets Ikes Signature WASHINGTON AP Hawaii a group of volcanic and coral islands miles west of San Francisco offi cially joins the Union today as the nations 50th state President Eisenhower ar ranged a 4 p m EOT cere at the White House to statehood for the territory after a 56year ef fort by Hawaiian citizens now numbering signing the statehood proclamation today the President issues an order designating a new 50star flag to become officially effective next July 4 The new banner will take the lace of the 49star flag which be e official only last July 4 The 49star emblem to provide for Al aska has a blue field of seven staggered rows of seven stars each It supplanted the 47 year old 48star flag which had six even TOWS of eight stars each Soon after the Hawaiian procla mation the government will put on sale a special 7cent air mai commemorating the event The signing also will be the sig for Gov William F Quinn a Republicanelected as the states first governor last July 28 to take the oath in Honolulu capital o the new state Quinn will then notify Washing ton of his certification of the elec tion last month of Hawaiis firs congressional delegation in time for the two sehators and one rep resentative to take their oaths jjiere Monday W The two senators are Hiram L Fong 52yearold Republican o Chinese descent and Oren E Long 70yearold Democrat anc former territorial governor The House member is Daniel K In ouye 34yearold Democrat o Japanese parentage who lost an arm fighting with the 442nd Regi mental Combat Team in Italy in World War II Terms of the senators will be Decided by a drawing after they take the oath Swearing of the three will raise the senate to 100 members 65 Democrats and 35 Republicans House strength will go to Democrats 153 Republicans and CLOSE of Ft Lauderdale of his pants ripped off Wednesday night as at the side of a road talking to a friend said hefelt a tug at his grousers when a car close Tote torn pSrt1 of the trousers still hang on the car fendeVi The less driving J t with care AP Wirephoto Arrest Ordered Ifi Haiti PORT AU PRINCE Haiti AP Haitis governmen has ordered the arrest of the nations leading Roman Catholk prelate in a widening split with the church in this predom inantly Catholic Negro republic The archbishop of Port Au Princey Msgr Francoi Poirer was ordered seized after he ignored a summons to ap pear at the district attorneys office S There was immediate indi one vacancy Hawaii will rank 47th in size among the 50 states and 44th in population Connecticut Delaware Rhode Island have less area an Hawaiis square miles In population the island cluster surpasses Alaska Delaware See 50thPage 7 Col S Ne Motorship Sinks Many Thought Dead cation whethejgthe archbishop a French hatiohkli had been found and taken into custory Church sources declined to comment A justice department spokes man said the jarrest was ordered because the archbishop had criti cized the government for expell ing two priests One was head of Haitis largestCatholic college The two priests the Rev Etien ne Gfinenljerger rector of Saint Martial College and Superior of the Holy Ghost Fathers in Haiti and the Rev Joseph Marrec both French citizens arrived by plane in New York Thursday night They said the government was ap parently waging a concerted cam MANILA AP A Philippine ipajgn against the Catholic church interisland motorship sank in fn Haiti stormy waters off coast of Palawan the northern Island First President Francois Duvalier had personally ordered the two priests reports today indicated more than kicked out o the country for rea of internal Father afrjGrinenberjijer said he and Father Marrec were not given any offi cial explanation for their expul See 7 Col 5 100 might have perished The Philippine navy and force launched rescue operations in what could be one of the coun trys worst peacetime maritime Disasters Radio messages from the area In the westcentral Philljpines said the Manilabound ship Pilar II capsized and sank early Thurs day First word came from a fish ing vessel today which radioed it was picking up survivors One surviving crewman was quoted as saying more than 100 persons were aboard the boat but was not confirmed The Pilur II was described as 240ton ship with space for 83 passengers and 29 crew Indiana Floral Co will close 5 on Friday Aug 21st 7x New 4 Sales Tax Charts now available without cost at the Sav ings Trust Company 7x A Eagles dance Top Hatters Sat 22 8x Indian Sovt Raps China NEW India Indian government has called Re Chinas attention to violations o Indias northeastern border by Communist Chinese army men an official source said today Chinese army personnel closed into India twice in the past three weeks and then withdrew the in formant said The independent Times of India reported the princedom of Bhutan wants a further assurance from New Delhi regarding the defense of that Himalayan protectorates northern borders The Britishowned Statesman of Calcutta said Peiping now uses poetic language in claiming India has protectorates that should rightfully belong to Red China Dig Deep Its Now 4 Per Cent By LEONARD A UNGER HARRISBURG AP Cash registers rang louder to lay under the rain of more ennies from the 4 per cent ales tax 4 The old 3Vz per cent levy went out with Gov Lawr ences signature of the new per cent law at p m EDT Thursday To Lawrence the 4 per cent impost was objection able But he said his accept anceof it was forced as the only alternative to curtailing vital state services to schools institutions and communities Lawrence made it clear that he Legislatures revenueraising asks were not over He said a gap still remains in his roposed budget for the next two years even though the increased sales tax would yield an addition al 132 million dollars The State Department immediately set out to collect the 4 per centsales levyequalled in size at the statewide level by Washington Secretary Dougherty whicllv re pairs to the tax The section iSeals with placing the impost on laun dry dry cleaning and tailoring services including coinoperated laundries but excluding diaper ser vices v The law says repairs to wearing apparel aretaxable Under Dough ertys interpretation that means shoe repairs The tax also applies for the first time to retail sales made by beer distributors and at state li quor stores bottled soft drinks sold by bottlers or distributors automobile inspection sticker fees and warranties purchased for tax able items New exemptions include mater See 7 Col 2 Heres Scale Of New Sales Tax Rate GOVERNOR SIGNS 4 PER SALES TAX non smiling Governor David L Lawrence holds up the fourper cent sales tax bill after he signed it into law yesterday after noon The new bill Increases the state sale tax frorn 3 per cent to 4 v AP Wirephoto Dance tonight Medoras Grill Clymer 7xM Inside The Gazette LABOR BILL Peter Edson records some of the votes on the Labor Bill voted on during the past week See editorial page 6 RECOGNITION Homer City area plans a day of recognition tomorrow for four of its summer sports teams See pages H and 15 feafwres i ttmp Mirror Church News CUuUietU W 8 S 18ltt Cooiki CrpuworUi Edltorltl t 18 IBoclety 19 TVBtdlo HARRISBURG AP Here s the scale of rates under the states new 4 per cent sales tax Amount of sale Tax 0 to 10 No Tax 11 to 25 1 cents 26 to 50 cents 2 cents 51 to 75 cents Scents 76 to 4 cents to 5 cents to 6 cents to 7 cents to Scents to Scents to 10 cents to 11 cents to 12 cents to 13 cents to 14 cents to 15 cents to 16 cents to 17 cents to 18 cents to 19 cents to 20 cents to 21 cents to 22 cents to 23 cents to 24 cents tan Soviet InreiiigefTce Aide Said In Cuba MINNEAPOLIS S intelligence reported today that Moscow sfnt a Sovietintelligence pf ficer to Cuba last May to guideilocal Communists on how to government Castro He also said the Soviets sax secretly training more1 ant more LatinAmerican Communists on howto set up munist dictatorships This word was given out by Gen C P Cabell deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency in a speech prepared for a meet ing of the American Legions Na tional Security Commission Cabell declared that Kremlin tactics have run full circle from missile rattling to smiling faces but their goal remains Commu nist rule of the world He did not mention in his pre pared remarks the forthcoming visit to the United States by So viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev nor the just concluded Santiago foreign ministers meeting aimed at combatting unrest in the Carib bean But he did cite Latin America as an example in what he pic tured as a worldwide patterns of Communist subversion Cabell named the Soviet intelli gence officer as Vadim Kotcher gin He said Kotchergin was sent to Cuba under a false name os See 7 2 Seek Area Man 85 In Woods CLYMER The search for an 85yearold Clymer man moved into Us second day this morning as firemen and boy scouts continued to search the wooded areas near here for Al len Oliver missing since Wed nesday everting Darkness last night ended the search yesterday for more than 100 persons making the concert ed effort to locate Oliver The search began again this morn ing at 7 oclock The missing man is about five feet tall weighs 130 pounds has gray hair and was wearing gray pants a grap button sweater and a gray hat when last seen about 8 Members of the fire depart ment are directing the search Backing Said Unsteady WASHINGTON AP Labor eaders arid Roman Catholic gov some might assume would be his best rooters are proving troublesome to the presi dential aspirations of Sen John F Kennedy The three governors are threat ening to prevent Kennedy also a Roman Catholic from contesting for about 200 presidential nomina ting ballots he may need badly at next years Los Angeles vention These votes add up to nearly onethird y of the 680rOdd likely to be required to win the nomination Reports Lack Any Foundation NEW YORK AP A spokesman for Steelworkera Union President David J McDonald said today that re ports of a settlement teel strike are absolutely vithout The PostTribune in Gary had quoted a top indus ry official as saying that a entative strikeending agree nent had been reached on the asis of a small wage in The McDonald spokesman made lis comment on the report by tel hone from Pittsburgh Union Vice President Howard Hague also said here that there was no ruth to it There was no immediate merit from steel industry repre sentatives involved in contract negotiations here A top level conference had been leld by industry and union nego iators Thursday with Joseph F Finnegari federal mediation di rector legislation are fctoncontrol ing on him In for cong to Kennedy by the three Catholic Edmund Pat tr Michael V David L PushWagner As Candidate NEW YORK AP Democra ic of New York state hav agreed to push JVIayor Robert F Wagner as a favorite son cand date for vice president at th partys national convention nex year The leaders have decided how ever that the states delegation to the t convention should not be committed to any one for the presidential nomination The decisions were announced by State Chairman Michael H Prendergast who met here Thurs day with leaders pf New York City and the suburbs He said similar agreements had been reached at a meeting of upstate leaders at Albany last Moitfay Indiana Floral Co will close 5 on Friday Aug 21st 7x Lawrence of Pennsylvania may not be entirely insurmountable in the vievv of Kennedys friends Much as he would like to test his popularity in California K nedy obviously isnt going to cross Brown in the latters determina tion to become at least a favorite son and possibly a national candidate for the partys No 1 nomination But the story may be different in the case of DiSalle and Lawr ence Unless his present intentions See 7 Col 8 Donald Streams Now Listed Fair Donald Streams 20 Marion Cen ter RD 2 is listed today as fair in the Indiana Hospital Until to day he was listed serious with injuries he received when the car in which he and his wife Judith 18 was struck by a freight train at Marion Center last Tuesday Both of the injured persons re ceived lacerations of the face and head injuries Mrs Streams was Struck On Eve of Centennial TTTUSVILLE Pa AP Oil was struck here today on the eve of the 100th anniversary of tion It is doubtful have any WelTwiU ue The new well located at tht 2 SA Drake Well The and his assiifoaWp both of Titusville discovered oil seeping up morning when they returned to the site they had been drilling Park officials said the seepage probably amounts to about two barrels of oil a day The well is about 184 feet deep Col Drakes original well pro duced about 10 barrels of oil a day It was operated only for a short time after its discovery but it opened the way for the huge oil industry of today The new well is one of two being drilled at the park It was started Aug 10 The other is being drilled for a television program that will originate here next Thursday thi big day of the anniversary cele bration reported earlier on the satis factory list Ceremony On Wedding Is My Life Steven Tells Reporters SOGNE Norway AP This finished Anne Marie and her important and I believe I wedding is my life and I willparents Mr and Mrs Kristian have very strong feelings and Recorder Korean Pa Bonus Advice Released Find your DD form 214 get it registered and a certified copy made as soon as Thats the suggestion made to day to Korean war veterans by Ronald Buterbaugh Indiana Coun ty Director of Veterans Affairs concerning the upcoming Pennsyl vania State bonus Buterbaugh attended a meeting about the bonus in Hamsburg yesterday He said today veterans of at least six months duty between June 25 1950 and July 27 1953 should have their DD form 214 I do registered at the office of County 25 cents remember it for the rest of myiRasituissen fled through to 26 churchyard and disappeared to 27 cents to 28 cents The speaker was Steven Rocke feller standing on the steps of the and said he wanted to explain why T unHtt nVtuwtK ii Steven came out on the steps the Both crJc 29 centsjLunde Lutheran church whereno photographers will be permit 30 cents I Saturday he will marry Anne ted inside the chwch during the to 31 cents MarieRasmussen Anne Marie and I are to 32 cents Marie Rasmussen The son of New York Gov 33 cents Nelson to after the wedding to 35 cents hearsal in which he and WEATHER Hot and humid today and Saturday with some cloudiness and widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowerg High near 90 both days Fair and warm tonight to 36 cents to 37 cents tp cents to 39 cents to 40 cents Who Else Repairs Them McGill Motors has two factory trained men on automobile air cor A Rockefeller spoke to re his grateful to you for the way you have treated us throughout these past two weeks You have been courteous and considerate and I ceremony and why only five cor1 want you respondents of the 100 or here will be admitted To me this is a religious occa sion and I am not a public fig r more j he said To me this Shank They should also request that a certified copy of the firm be made at the same office This will be done at no charge to the veteran He said application forms for the bonus will be ready about Oct 1 or fiancee were joined by his he said Both Anne Marie er Anne Maries parents the six ushers the brides six attendants and the Olav Guatestad The ceremony will be most ly in Norwegian with some Eng lish Several hundred newsmen and ditioners All makes Route iouth opposite Fair Grounds 119 photographers waited outside dur and I look on it as a most sacred occasion You represent an important principle I suppose the best way to say it is that yw th9 freedom of the fireis MBut I represeaj a great prin ciple toothe privacy wedding is my ing the rehearsal When it You stand for something life and I will remember it for the rest of my life For you it is an other occasion I want to thank you again and we both ask you to respect our day night ifl feelings on this feller said At first Rockefellers came haltlogly httt along spoke more Still Critical Donald Stancombe Iftyearflitel Coral youth injured mother aiid brothers Miefitel It Col I   

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