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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Just about the time a woman thinks her work is done she conies grandmother City EDITION Volume 51 Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday October 13 1959 Two Sections Seven Centi Boro Board Nixes Jointure Pact Candidates Ask Injunction Resolution Opposes Pact Now By JOE DONNELLY Editor Its hard to believe but the Indiana Borough White Township and Armstrong Township secondary school situation has been further be fuddled and confused First the three Republican and three Democratic candi dates for school director in White Township yesterday afj Q I I i A t J rtrternoon fifed a complaint OTUQG PIT IQ with the Indiana County Coin mon Pleas Court seeking an WASHINGTON gov injunction to stop the presenternments student loan program White Township board of for the current academic year al school directors from entering ocates to 72 Participat into a secondary coleges and universities in Testimony For Parade Praise for the Indiana State Teachers College Homecoming Parade always comes from far and near What better testimony for last Saturdays parade thanthis note received by the Indiana Evening Gazette from a DuBots family Gentlemen Your Parade was the greatest Parade we have seen anywhere and we have been all ISTC Gets For Seek Ban On By Board GYROSCOPE ROCKET Six residents of White Township yesterday filed a complaint in the office of the Indiana County Prothonotary against the White Township School District asking an in junction restricting the school board from entering into any agreement for the construc tion of a secondary school building for a period of not less than four months The complaint refers to a resolu tion passed by the White Township PUT INTO ORRIT TODAY agreement with Indiana Borough and Armstrong Twp Second the Indiana Borough School board last night passed a Pennsylvania The largest will go to Pennsylvania State iUn October 5 asking to continue the contract with the Indiana Borough School District and the Armstrong Town ship School District for the Sec ondary School Jointure due to ex pire July 4 1960 The White Township residents iversity Other top sums include the complain are Fred M for the University of PittsMarietta Lisle M Brady Myrtle McConnell Gladys Penrod Ken neth Sayres and Lucille Simpson all either Democratic or Republi stating that no action i burgh for Temple Univer will be taken by the boroughsity and for the Univer board as far as a secondary joinsity of Pennsylvania ture agreement with White Town Under the program the governcan candidates for the position of ship is concerned until after thement provides nine dollars to school director in White Twp fall election and the new head is each one contributed to the loan Among reasons given for the re legally constituted ifund by the individual educational for the injunction are the fol The complete story concerninginstitution lowing the action filed by the White Town The program permits individual That the plaintiffs believe and ship candidates appears elsewhere students who qualify to borrow up1 therefore aver that the defendant on this page a year Total individual The borough board unanimously borrowings may not exceed its resolution in answer to Applicants for the loans must ay i for School Board contemplates enter ing into contracts for the immedi ate construction of a Secondary a resolution passed October 5 by sign anticommunist affid a v i t School Building under the jointure the present White Township board Three Pennsylvania colleges agreement aforesaid ol school directors asking Indiana JHaverford Swarthmore and Bryn That the project member assigni Borough and Armstrong not applied for the td to an application heretofore to extend the present secondaryloans because of the loyalty oathmade under the existing jointure jointure agreement beyond its terJfeature of the program agreement for State Aid in financ mination date of July 4 I960 j All three are institutions founding the construction of a J o i n t Previously Armstrong Township ed by the Society of Friends Secondary School is No 448 school directors passed a resoluj j That the said project number 448 tion asking theIndiana Board to The loan program is adminis1 will in all probability not be reach renew the secondary jointure conjtered by the Department for a perjpd of one or two with the Armstrong and Welfare j years The fcovough board answered this Other participating Pennsylvanl That the propsoed action of the by passing a similar resolution ia schools and the aid they will j defendant School Board is prenia See 2 Col 5 receive Court Avoids Integration Detail Work ture and is designed for the sole Allegheny Beaver purpose of enabling the School 487 Bucknell CarnegieBoards of Indiana Borough and jTech Cedar Crest land Armstrong Township to enter j Chatham Chestnut into a contract for the construction 11 A Misericordia Dickof a new join secondary KG AlTIVeS jinson j building under conitions andj i Drexel Tech terms which a majority of the votI Eastern Baptist ers of White Township have Eastern Pilgrim Elizabethyet approved and which in town Franklin and will be contrary to the POP LlDrSPV ti J TJA ft W FACTFINDING Eisenhowers factfinding board held hearings in Wash ington with David J McDonald president of the United Steclworkcrs as opening witness Left Lehocxy Chairman W Taylor McDonald and John A Perkins NEA McDonald Invites Four rm Space Weather Data Expected To Answer Queries On Radiation BULLETIN CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP The United States Iput into orbit today a new gyroscope satellite expected answer questions about space and weather The satellite named Explorer VII was put aloft with a powerful Juno II rocket fired here at a m In Washington the National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced at p m that VII is in orbit The satellite named Explorer aloft with a c I fulJuno II rocket fired here at ivJU In Washington the National J DlUn I Si 1C Aeronautics and Space tration announced at that Explorer VII is in orbit UUCigeT The satellite had completed one TiADDTODrinr complete orbit around the earth j HAKII5BURG state shortly before the back tO work aftet a an agency spokesman said than a week were Weighing 91 y2 pounds the satel lites main goal is to study cosmic js key to space travel by man today that they will be able to settle budget differences andadjourn before the end of The key to adjournment lay in By PAUL M YOST WASHINGTON AP The Gannon Supreme Court in a series of brief Harcum Junior orders has in effect reemphasized that it wants to avoid involved in the details of working Medical out racial integration in public i schools The high tribunal Monday f572 Valleyi animously refused to look into the Llncoln sVnd against integration b r by Prince Edward Sce ISTCpaRe Co1l I I t J 76footrocket rose ponder from its launching pad it j important party caucuses called rapidly and afteriduring the day to study the re WASHINGTON Union 40 seconds arched high of a sixmember HouseSen David J McDonald today invited heads of the four biggestthe sky and headed toward theiftef comnlittee which worked all steel companies to meet with him immediately to hammer northeast spurting a brilliant tail j to hammer out a bN out a settlement of the 91day strike fireA mnute Iater vanished partisan agieement on the 195961 I The called it a Issued during his testimony to President Eisenhowers fact i finding board which will advise the President on Friday 1 See 2 Col 4 Flies Out of Laos VIENTIANE Laos AP A ABILENE Kanv AP Presi dent Eisenhower flew back to his old home town today to help start a library in his honor and to warn that only by cooperation can man kind hope to exist The world must learn to work Eisenhower said or finally it will not work at The President came back on thei i whether the strike is a national emergency justifying a Talt Hartley injunction to open the mills for an 80day cooling off Va That county abandoned its committee left by plane tocoldest day of the year The tern entire public school system when DUS I FUCk CfOSn day on the first leS of a return jperature was in the 40s but he ordered to make a start this fall trP to New York after investigatgot a warm welcome to make up toward admitting Negro pupils j i Another unanimous order reject ed an appeal attacking validity of Figures Fall Seasonally McDonald told the board the un ion has been trying since April lo get direct negotiations with i chief executive officers of the ma jor steel companies He said those i officers always participated in bar i gaining in past disputes j I personally would like to sit phalkis in New Jersey recorded MQf down with these men of responhealth officials say two children iNallUIlal 1 a cloud bank budget Twenty five minutes after Legislative leaders were highly See 2 Col 3 j optimistic despite feeling in some j circles that the committees ten tative agreements could run into solid opposition in the caucuses The committee had good agree said Sen James S Ber ger Senate Republican floor lead er Its usually the case that the caucuses go along pretty much with what has been decided when Wth there S such itis Blamed LAKEWOOD N J Claims irh Life ing Laotian charges of aggression Communist North Viet Nam NEW BRUNSWICK N J Findings of the committee dur North Carolinas pupil bustruck collision inking its months study remained law The appeal was filed by a North Brunswick claimed its llth secret But Shinichi Shibusawa Negro who was told he had to use victim today apanese chairman of the fourna all administrative procedures un Linda Mollov 17 of West Ortion commission said it contains gtlcr the state law before filingange died in Middlesex judgments on the Laotian rnmrilflinfr in fprtarnl oniirt UrvrwUnl sibility primarily Roger Bloujfh thought to have the disease earl for the weather The crowd spilled all over the flat Kansas es timated it at almost youngsters were everywhere One sign held up by school chil dren read Welcome home Mr President Happy any complaint in federal court i Hospital of injuries suffered in thetrouble Eisenower will be 69 Wednes By an 81 vote the high tribunal crash Shibusawa said the group williday so this ground breaking for refused to act on another appeal Nine other Trenton State College arrive in New York Oct 20 library to hold his presidential which contended North CarolinaLcoeds and professor Ernest Sixta school produce broad programs burned to death when an empty for integration instead of handling tank truck rammed their bus The Negro applications one by one group was returning to Trenton to in B Avery Adams and ier this week had other types of make its report to the Security land military papers is a sort of Council several days later birthday gift under the pupil placement law after a Justice William 0 Douglas noted York The committee left behind a 10i Eisenhower will be 69 Wednes member secretariat to keep anbroad smile and a light top coat theater party in on the situation in the small1 He took the topcoat off despite Southeast Asian country Japathe chilly weather The smile he he court should rule on Eleven girls and the truck drivnese Minister Morio Aoki heads kept on throughout most of the this appeal er were injured jthe watchdog group j See 2 Col S Subpoena issued Winner Cant Be Von Doren Billed For Command Performance In TV Quiz Probe whie and reav ak This drop was expected the issues Jn an f lit j settle the McDonald said Let us go to work while this of ployed students to school also pri due to investigation the job seekmg youngster eayj t its he said f d ing the labor market to resume classes these men to ap pear The idle still overthe three the prospect sponsjjjie that Secretary of Labor James j Mitchell may have to eat his on the Labor Department build The chief executive officers of are the re and the decision is like to meet with now viruses hopeful He stuck by an earlier predic tion of adjournment Oct 24 but said this hinged on Republican ac The boy from Ab secon Highlands and the sixyear on fouor five old girl from Belcoville were adHe djd mitted to Shore Memorial Hospi if this But say the boy has a mild virus of a f the an streptocuccus motion nte then of the throat be out of here Oct 4 McCann The 20th encephalitis victim was fold the Associated Press claimed Monday She was Mrs Clara Hamilton 71 of Tuckerton who had been hospitalized Sept ing steps Mitchell has pledged to do thatll the October idle figure above three million Steelcc Seymour deputy Unjon sistant secretary of labor said thatj with the steel strike still continu ing the unemployment total for October probably will exceed three million Woldbein said that layoffs due to the steel strike had topped 000 in early October in addition to the striking steel work Bloiifh is board chairman of26 Steel Homer heads Bethlel Encephalitis known as a type and of sleeping sickness carries symp toms of headaches fever nausea and coma negotiators have talked See 2 Col 2 Berger thought that target data was a little optimistic but near ly McCann seemed reasonably sat isfied with the committees work Bank Boosts Interest Rate MotONSt Killed WEST LEBANON and slum clear a n c e funds asked by Gov Lawrence Senate Republicans chopped the industrial devel PITVSBURGH AP William appropriation and 7 mil Buechler 54 of Imperial wasj10115 from tne slum clearance re killed Monday night in a onecar Lawrence had asked 10 crash on the Imperial for each fund Peoples Road near Pittsburgh Befger indicated something may Bank of West Lebanon has been Police said the auto skidded on legislation to incsease added to the list of Indiana Counthe road rolled down a 10foot subsidies He said that the rate of layoffSty banks hiking their interest rate bankment threw Buechler out and Jue to the steel strike pavings accounts to 3 him to death a week now has stepped up to a week and may jump said are that more than 50 per10 soon i money winner Charles Van Doren about rigging of big name tele Between the time of the invitacent of the TwentyOne shows Wolrbem told a news WASHINGTON AP Big day after six days of testimony available The decline in both employment in September fcubpoena last Friday for the members and others for Van Columbia University has given ficially linked to scandals in pubest hlt youthful Columbia University Doren who won fame and him a weeks leave from his lie testimony although ana English instructor But Van Dorenby knowing the right answers at teaching duties members said his name cropped 1 Acant be found the right time on the now defunct Harris referred to what he up frequently in closeddoor Rep Oren TwentyOne quiz show called Van Doren1 s challenging mony by producers and others although seasonally expecteu ot fhairman of the House Legislative Van Doren became a offer of last Wednesday to testify connected with the ol the reluin 01 scuaems 10 Oversight subcommittee on Monyear National Broadcasting Co i voluntarily and of the committees show The nature of the closedsch00 tror labor day accused Van Doren of deemploye after his fabulous wininvitation to Van Doren to appear door testimony has not been reaccentuated by tne steel stuue ei liberately evading service of the nings on the NBC program in or Friday at his own convealed tectSl subpoena and 1957 venience First public mention of Van r Harris said Van Doren seems The subcommittee previously In his offer to testify Harris Dorens name during the 15c for Jn have challenged the committee had invited Van Doren to tessaid Van Doren stated he had was made by Herbert Stempel of tax and postage with order Inside The Gazette HAPPY Looking for u place to retire The Oxarks area a bid for retired people See Happy Times on page 6 TOP Indianas Jim Nance is lop scholastic scorer in the county See a rundown football pointmakers in the sports section pugos 12 and Ki Other Pedtures Aladdins Lamp Business Mirror oiuits ISIX itii KUilurlal HospiUI N Obituaries 18 Society t Sports I TVK4dio Todny 100 Celebrate 71st Birthday BLOOMFIELD AP is 1QD members of the family helped Josephine jConforti celebrate her 71st birth jday During the celebration Mrs iIohn De Paul gave birth to Mrs iConfortis 14ih greatgrandchild at Presbyterian Hospital Homer City Legion Party to Anight 57 Regulars 50 51xH No Hunting and No Trespassing Notices 5c each or 50c dozen Additional 15c for tax and postage Cash with order Indiana Evening Gazette a mid the facts which have luv mviiaiiuii auer ne any irom un iweniyune in uecemoer isooj aiier post The investigation recessed Monhad volunteered to make himself The developed facts Harris See 2 Col 2 ana livening Gazette been tify But it received no reply to received no advance assistance in New York who lost to Van Doren Buv now Avoid last minute rush the invitation extended after he any from on in December 1936J after having anj post before bad weather Indi tf WEATHER Cloudy and cool with occasional rain tonight and Wednesday how tonight near 40 High Wednesday o to 53 Zenith G transistors up it H grreea stamps Rogers Jtfwolry i rfl   

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