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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY fflA person should neve buy anything for a song unless ha knows what the bitch is Volume Bomb Blast In Texas School Kills 6 Ait Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family t EDITION Sixteen Indiana Pefthsylyaniai Tuesday September 15 1959 6 Perish In School Explosion HOUSTON Tex AP An explosion police said rnay nave been set off by a made bomb shook the Poe Elementary School today Police dispatchers said at least six children and adults were killed The FBI was called in after teachers and pupils said a man carrying a suitcase was on the campus at the time of IJfche explosion Some of them have their legs and arms blown said Cora Bryan McRae a former Houston Chronicle reporter who lives They are horribly mangled Its too horrible to de Police said one body was that of a man seen carrying a suitcase on the campus Reporters at the scene said many pupils were injured Early reports estimated the injured at from 25 to 30 There were conflicting reports as to whether the explosion oc curred in the kitchen or in a hall way Police told me a man came Into the hallway with a suitcase and about that time the explosion I said John Harris of the secondary edu tlouston Chronicle reporter Thejcation situation in Indiana man was killed JBorough and White and Arm Mrs D L Hunl a said a boy came running to her stronS Townships during recess and said there was The latest development a man in the school yard with ajthis nowwedo nowwe suitcase with a button on jdont situation is a sugges The pupil quoted the man asition by Paul R Getts super saying he was going to punch of Indiana Public Schools that some definite action be taken by the first of the year v in reference to the uture w the prespnt In Mrs Hunt said she and another Joint High School Two Sections Seven Centi NIKITA BEGINS HISTORIC VISIT i No School Prospect Faces 600 Students In White Twp Decision Left To Township By JOE DONNELLY Editor Whos on first This classical comedy ques tion could well sum up the button Mrs Hunt said another pupil did her Theres a man out iere satchel full of dyna teacher started out to evacuate the children but the explosion oc curred before they could get out of the building Weldon Appelt said he counted four He was a block away when the explosion oc curred The teachers did a marvelous he said In the minute it took us to get to the school they had all the other children out Open Laura Lamar School HOMER CITY Students Laura Lamar Joint School Dis trict will open the 195960 school term Monday Sept21 it was an nounced today by school authori ties Delay of the new school term opening was necessitated until the new junior senior high school could be completed School officials indicated today he new school is about finished and ready for the juniorsenior high school students of the district Al Phillips secretary of the board said a full day of school is scheduled on Monday School buses in Center Twp will operate on the fame schedule as last year There will also be additional bus transporation for seventh and eighth grade students of Center who will attend the new high he said Prior to construction of the new building seventh and eighth grade students of Homer City and Center Twp attended grade school build ings J S Byers supervising al pointed out that a meeting of all district teachers will be held Thursday morning at 9 oclock He emphasized that the faculty meet is scheduled for all teachers and secondary The new building will house stu dents in grades seven through twelve of Center Twp and Homer City Borough the two districts em bracing the jointure It has been constructed at a cost in excess of million threeway contract The nearly 600 White Township junior and senior high school students face the possibility of being with out school facilities next fall after he present agree ment expires July 4 1960 Whether or not these stu dents attend Indiana Joint High School depends on the action taken by their school board within the next sev eral months A record high of students are jammed into the present high school structure currently being operated by a jointure of the three school districts mentioned above Getts suggestions were made at last nights joint operating com m mittee meeting Armstrong Township and Indi See 2 Col 4 Opening Talk Included Good Relations Plea By WILLIAM L RYAN WASHINGTON Premier Nikita Khrush chev began his historic visit today with an appeal for good neighborly relations between Communist and capitalist states and a sharp reminder that the Soviet Union had beat en the United States iii the race to the moon President Eisenhower welcoming Khrushchev to Am erican soil told the chubby Communist leader the United States could never launch an aggressive war because the American people rule the country and are devoted to peace n the Presidents welcoming speech was the clear implica tion that the Soviet Union has no such builtin restraints against aggression While a curious but quietly unexcited crowd looked on at Andrews Air Force Base the seriousfaced Soviet leader leard the President express the hopes of the United States fir a just universal and President Eisenhower welcom UN Assembly Awaits Talk By Niklta Firemens Cash Returns Slow Returns for the Indiana Fire As PLAMES ENGULF THE OFPICE BUILDING and one of several warehouses destroyed as fire swept the Soult Wholesale Lumber Co at Clearfield last night Damage was placed at more than million dollars Firemen from Clearfield and seven area communities battled the blaze for several Thousands of persons witnessed the blaze Clearfield Progress Photo Mi Cl Bla Hits ion earfield Lumber Firm Bing Crosby Daddy Again HOLLYWOOD Cros by is a father again But this time theres a difference his sixth born is a girl The 6pourd 15ounce daughter was born Monday night to Bings sociations fund raising drive actfref Kathryn Grant at 4 j i Queen of Angels Hospita Bing ducted by the Volunteer i took her to the hospital two hours Firemen have been slow in comj earlier ing in so far officers of the group Bing 5S has four grown sons reoorted todav by nis frst wife the late Dixie CLEARFIELD Pa AP Fire caused an estimated million dollars damage Monday night as it leveled several lumber company buildings and two dwellings inaClearfield residential district Two other dwellings were badly damaged and several more were scorched and had windows shattered by the in tense heat The blaze roared out of for nearly 2 Vz The Weather ft Partly cloudy and quite cool tonight and Wednesday LOW to night 1044 High Wednesday 60 65 They added that in the event anyone was missed in the boroughwide canvass donations may mailed to the Indiana Fire Association Box 568 and a 13monthold son Harry Lillis III by Miss Grant She is 24 Crosby sipped coffee in the hospital coffee shop and read a newspaper white waiting for the word From Visiting President Set For Pi WASHINGTON Eisenhower and the State Department braced themselves today for a propaganda battle royal duriug Nikita Khrushchevs visit to the United States Probably nothing quite like it has ever been seen before unless Vice President Richard M Nixons debate with Khrushchev in Moscow last July can be considered a precedent Khrushchev is expected to wage a selling campaign from Washington to the West Coast and back acain in hphalf nf Dept ropaganda no intention of letting him have the field to himself Responsibility for meeting Hie challenge has beeen delegated principally to Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge U S representative at the United Nations and veteran ol many clashes with the spokesmen of the Soviet Union and other Communist nations In any assertions by Khrushchev that merit Eisenhowers personal attention and a White House statement to set the recorcj straight will get such treat Congress Adjourned EarlyToday WASHINGTON closed out its long the Democratic frus trating 1959 session early today Final adjournment came only five hours before Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was due in Washington The House quit at and the always more leisurely Senate hurried to quit three minutes later ending the longest con tinuous session since the Korean War year of 1951 An hour before adjourning Sen ate leaders woke President Eisen hower with a call to the White House made at his request They reported they were about ready to and he replied he had no thing more to ask of them this year The weary legislators left hours Residents were evacuated from their homes for more than a block on either side of the Soult Whole sale Lumber were the fire broke out Many carried out furni ture and clothing as they fled Only one person a woman spectator was hurt She was struck on the knee by a falling brick See MillionPage 2 Col 5 JetProp Plane For Trip WASHINGTON AP Nikita Khrushchevs plane is a means that jet bine engines spin This is different thanthe tyrje popularly called A jet uses the thrust ofbuniirig fuel to push the airplane ahead The idea is like that of a small balloon from which air is rp leased suddenly The thrust of the air propels the balloon Turboprop planes have the ajl vantage of longer range Thefy socallec are coi are slower pure than the Propellers nected to the jet turbines through reduction gears to bring the pr peller turning speed down to ejn efficient rotation Khrushqhevs plane is a TU1J with four turboprop engines i ng Khrushchev to American soil told the chubby Communist lead r the United States could never aunclr an aggressive war because the American people rule the country and are devoted to peace n the Presidents welcoming speech was the clear implication that the Soviet Union has no such builtin restraints against aggres sion While a curious but quietly un excited crowd looked on atAn drews Air Force Base the seri ousfaced Soviet leader heard the President express the hopes of the Uaited States for a just sal and enduring The two men thus began in the very first moments of their ex change of visits a struggle for the support of world public opinion Khrushchevs reference to his nations success in putting a cap sule on the moon with the ham mer and sickle emblem was a frank boast of Soviet prowess in science Almost in so many words he told the President that Ameri can science would get to the moon sooner or later too It was a momentous scene In he gleaming sunlight in nearby Maryland In a sense two worlds were meeting for the first time never before master of So viet communism set foot on the United States When the Presidents welcom ing remarks were translated the Soviet Premier applauded Then approached the micro See 2 Col 2 Plane Landed At WASHINGTON AP Nikita Khrushchevs plane landed at An drews Air Force Base at The American pilot made a per feet landing touching down the big craft without a bump There had beeen plans for the plane to circle Washington and make its landing at But at 20 minutes after the hour the pilot advised he was getting a little low on fuel and would come straight in UNITED NATIONS AP General Assembly opens its 14th amid speculation that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is preparing a dramatic surprise as part of his speech here Friday Diplomats familiar with Soviet thinking expressed doubt that Khrushchev would pass up an op portunity such as this without new proposal which would grab worldwide headlines Some such move was hinted at by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily V Kuznetsov who said oh his arrival in New York that this Assembly might well be a turning point Kuznetsov will head the So viet delegation after the departure of Foreign Minister Andrei Gro myko Delegates recalled dent Eisenhower in that Presi an address before the Assembly in 1953 caused a world sensation by pro posing an international atomsfor peace agency This has since then become a reality There was no indication as to what sort of proposal Khrushchev might make The general expecta tion however was that he would make a bid for international co operation on space exploration or offer a new approach to the dis armament problem The opening of the 82natioo As sembly was completedly over shadowed by the Khrushchev visit to the United States Todays session was limited to the election of officers and organization of the powerful ing committee which will get down to business Wednesday Its first business will be whether to place on the agenda such contro versial issues as the seating of Red China and the FrenchAlger ian issue The veteran Peruvian diplomat Victor Andres Belaunde was slated to be elected president of the Assembly without opposition See 2 Col 3 Cads Fof Joint USSoviet Nikita Greeted By Ike With Just Peace Plea WASHINGTON AR Presijyour family and party to Institutions our customs and our seek better understanding of our dent Eisenhower welcomed SovietUnited States I am especiallypeople You will have a chancesystem of our people and of the bePremier Nikita Khrushchev to thejhappy that Mrs Khrushchev aipdjto speak with individuals and i principles which guide and motj Cycle Hits Horse Rider Killed United States today with a call j other members of your family groups from all walks of life them I assure you that they for joint SovietAmerican efforts to accompanying you On behalf J have no ill will toward any other achieve a just universal and government and of the people tems of our two countries differ People that they covet no terri during Of America I express the hoe ln our system peopletory no additional power Nor do 1 trust that a full and frankthat you and they will find establish seek to interfere in the in ternal affairs of any other nation most sincerely hope that as exchange of views on many substay among us interesting usefil government You will find I jects may contribute to better un FREMONT Ohio A vvv iwwam LU i ic am umi mey UKC your peo i most sincerely nope that lliriH On sldes of we will have together Alpie want to live in peace with you come to see and believe these OP nft international problems though we shall not be negotiating justice Although they have built i truths about our people there will aiong a county roao l 1 Robert 25 was on jany issues affecting the interests and maintain strong Eisenhowers remarks were preof other countries I trust that a forces it is clear that I am looking forward to tie am sure that they like your peo security develop an improved basis on because j which we can together consider for ning Sept 14 7 Hill Funeral Home by officers of Indiana Chap Ihis way home fromwork shortlvipared his 8reetinS to the and frank exchange of our people do want peace and bethe problems that fivfcie Ui after midnieht when the accident viet chief at Andrews Air many subjects may contributecause they are the decisive influ After 8jj few hours after Khrushchev leaves 6 a fgw minutes aftef Knrusn to better understanding on in basic actions of our gov Most or a what he 8as Washington for New York Eisen 99 27x Ul soffrias believe will be conhower will hold a news conler ijtrary to the aims and interests of ence at which he Homer City Legion Party tonight United States and its allies in size the U S can reempha ng every position Thursday occurred chev s arrival for a 13day Indiana Roller Rink public skatiand coasttocoast tour Midgets and Early Bird 27xi world affairs The President has See 2 CoL I nights Tuesday Wednesday i Friday and Saturday i 28xMcj common i 4 t gov P036 should be always visit sides of unresolved internationaleminent aggression by this naj universal and enduring peace It problems tion is an impossibility is in this 8pirit Mr that 1 greet you and welcome you to Washington and the United The text of Eisenhowers greet During your stay here you Just as I hope that 1 may lat will havean opportunity to visit and learn more about Mr Chairman I welcome you something of our country our pi your people 1 know that you   

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