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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Some poeple are carried away ny th0 sound of their own voice not fflf enough Volume 84 Telephone JHO 55555 Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday November 21 1959 City i m County EDITION IKE CALLS BRASS n Fourteen Paqes Se ven BUDGET Assault With Intent To Cha iviaii T n Shooting OPlnLaw SAGAMORE George Zemko more is State Trooper William Mrs Zemko police reported of Sagamore yesterday was Baladumas then went to the house occupied formally arraigned on charges of According to Zemkos statement by her brotherinlaw and an arcu AF Seeks 1st Midair Recovery Again VANDRNRERH AFR fylif aggravated assault and battery he and his brother John returned ment ensued As she was leaving and assault with intent to kill be from hunting Thursday building investigators stated f J j fore Lisle E James Rural Valley each going to their own residence George fired a blast at her from al man s justice of the peace here George has been living in a a 20gauge shotgun the shot mldan tatch of object of his ing Mrs Zemko in the head tro1 capsule hurl was charged as an after small house at the rear math to the shooting of his sister brothers property She is in fair condition in Armec hom a satellite inlaw Mrs W Slovene Zemko 38 Police said Mrs Zemko asked strong Co Hospital Kittanning O1 their success now or also of Sugamore on Thursday af her husband for the money he George Zemko is being held in hinges the first Am tmioon and George had collected for cutKittanning Jail without bail pendcrican venture of a human Investigating the shooting at the ting mine posts but her husband ing the outcome of his sisterin being beyond the earths at property of John Zemko in Sagatold her George had the money laws wound For Drawing Decides Rural Valley Tie RURAL Postlewait of Rural Valley beeri reelected to the office of Burgess in a tiebreaking drawing in the Armstrong County Commissioners office Postlewait was tied with Edwin Snyder Democratic candidate each drawing lb1 votes at the Nov 3 General Election here Pa Budget Balanced By Davey mosphere JURRISBURG Law balanced his recordhigh budget today lne I eat tame With bis signa ture to two new tax laws and a long string of appropriation bills totaling Effective immediately the 4 per rent sales tax on soft drinks will be collected at the final point of sale on purchases of U cents or jjiore The old law imposed it at We bottler or distributor level With other provisions strength ening sales tax enforcement the new law means 1U million dollars in additional revenue for the next two years Some is anticipated from the new law extending for the first time to natural gas com panies the 14mill gross receipts lax on public utilities It is also intended to apply to in Philadelphia and Chambers Armstrong County commission ers solicited the aid of disinter ested persons in conducting the drawing to determine the winner In another close election race here winners of the school direc tor posts were also announced They are Democrats Peter Caki rie and Donald McLaughlin and Republican Louis Gosetti Sob Singer Johnnie Ray Arrested DETROIT Ray the sob singer was arrested at a bar on a morals charge Friday night and jailed overnight He pleaded innocent in Record ers Court today to a charge of accosting and soliciting and was released on bond Trial was set for Dec I Police in Coloav bo Ceylon have arrested Mrs Vimala Wijewardene 51 former minister of health She is ac cused with complicity in die as sassination of Prime Minister Solomon Bandaranaike The 300pound capsule will be ejected from the satellite Discov erer VI f I which rocketed into or bit from this West Coast base F riday Planes are poised for a snag attempt as the capsule parachutes over the Pacific Ocean Ejection is set for the satellites 17th orbit al pass between 7 and 8 Frustrated on four earlier at tempts Air Force officials said they will keep trying until they clear this hurdle Once a catch is made the next logical step would be to send a monkey up in a satellite then try to bring him back alive Its all intended to pave the way tor a mans round trip into orbit The capsule is similar to that which would probably be used The satellite is orbiting the poles at distances ranging from 1Jfl to miles from the earth It was blasted aloft by a intermediate range ballistic sile shortly before noon Only the 17foot second stage weighing pounds went into orbit Wawjgtibased CH9 Joying f Box cars vrill use trapezelike devices to try to catch the parachute If rhey miss boats will hunt for the capsule Thor mis SIIR1NIC cation ceremonies id th Mure than Catholic church in the country rancis Cardinal National Shrine Spellman center walks in the procession at th nf lli Immaculate C inception in Washington dignitaries attended Uu ceremonies at the Shrine dedi IJ largest Catholic uNKA For Final Say On Money i By IJ B CORNKLI AUCtSTA AP HIP serrolancs of the Army Navy and Air Force had their chance for a final say on the new military budget in a con ference today with President The PreMdcnf called them in from Washington tor a meeting in his working quar lers at Augtiia National Golf Club The delegation included Deputy Secretary of Defense Thomas S Gates Army Secretary Wither M Briickcr Navy Secretary Wil liam Fninke Air Force Secretary JAmes II Douglas and the Penta gons research chief Dr Herbert F York Eisenhower is si riving io wrap tip his entire budget for the liscal year in advance of his over seas goodwill our starting It looks as if he budget may hit a peacetime record of 81 billion dollars Another prelude to the trip to eleven European Asian and Af rican nations will be a conference Nov iU in Washington with Demo cratic and Republican leaders in Congress This is Eisenhowers substitute lor what he says is an impracti cal proposal by Sen Thomas J Dodd DConn that a top Demo crat such as former President Harry S Truman go along on the goodwill expedition See 5 Col 1 Judge Clark New Excuse Presided At Good Enough Gaito Trial For Police has made it clear he wont sign a proposal for that purpose unless it is accompanied by taxes The House and Senate are at odds on the issue The newly approved appropria tions include 28 million in state aid for hospitals for maintenance of staleaided homes for Pennsylvania State University and to help municipalities finance sewage treatment plant construction Most of the others are for stale aid for local institutions historical biles and a variety of other proj ects They include Hollidaysburg State Hospital Bluir C o u n t y as the slates share for improvements and extensions to sewage disposal PITTSBURGH Crimin al Court jury has convicted two LFATITOWN brothers in the shooting and patrolman stared stonily at Mrs wounding of a policeman in an at Ray who rocketed to fame from Bert Speer whose car was parked tempted burglary last February another Detroit bar on his crying in a restricted area in front of a The jury deliberated nearly rendition of the popular songs supermarket three hours Friday before convict Cry and The Little White As the woman started to exing Joseph Gaito 40 and his Cloud that pleaded guilty plain rhe unidentified officer inbrother Frank II both of Piits and paid a fine on a similar terrupted The only good excuse burgh They were charged with morals charge in 1951 is one 1 havent heard burglary and assault with intent In both cases policemen contend und Ive heard them to kill Ray made indecent proposals to Well said Mrs Speer she ran Maximum penalty under the them into the store to gel a grapefruit charges is 10 to 20 years Plainclothes Patrolman Engine for a special dinner guest and Judge Edwin M Clark delayed amendments of the vice sqind said family Franklin D sentencing after counsel for the after he struck up a casual conRoosevelt men indicated an appeal would be The officer didnt say a word filed He just stuck his pad and pencil The pair were charged with in his pocket and walked away breaking into the home of Dor A spokesman for confirmed Friday a dinner guesl of Thursday night n DuBois Two Die DUBOIS Pa auto sailed about 132 feel off the end of a new airstrip plowed info a tree stump and then caught fire late Friday night killing two youths One of the victims was David Golla H5 of Reynolds ville the driver of the vehicle Police said Golla was thrown Irom Ihe car when il hit the slump The other victim was tentatively Hcart Anack In Ha up that point The only large appropriation un passed yet by the Legislature is to increase pensions to Ihe blind It needs only House con currence in Senate before reaching the governor Money is already provided for it versation R Frjd h lie Lawrence budge provides lhe inger extra lor increased state ioned hjm Rav was aid tor schools But the governor Dance tonite Sat tfx mom policeman Gregory Scoua that she was fave Jr Scorezofave and Frank the Speers on Gaito were wounded in an ensuing Hun battle UMW Ask Hospitals For Equality PITTSBURGH AP Three Pittsburgh Hospitals have beeit asked to charge the same rales for Workers patients as are charged for Blue Cross subscribers The Allegheny County Medical Society Bulletin reported Friday that the United Mine Workers Wel fare and Retirement Fund sent the requests to Mercy West Penn anil Columbia hospitals earlier this identified as John Kvans 16 also of Reynnldsville Police said he wns burned lo death The accident occurred at the new DuBois Municipal Airport west of this Clearfield County community As yet the airport is no in use Police said thai ap parently Golla was trying to see how much speed he could jj1 ol his car HOLLYWOOD Calif Former heavyeiwght b w x I n g champion Max Baer died of it coronary attack Parcel Post Rate Boost Seen wan Queen Prince On Englands Superroad Too Busy T o Worry 15Mile Parachute Jump Not Scary LONDON 1 said the UMW will belli II expecting her third basic cost or exearly next year celebrated Lth annivoary w drive along Britains new motor way which has been dubbed both dream highway and death I 1he queens chauffeur was her husband Prince Phillip Numerous yccidents several of g lave sixlane uospeed Ihe notices pay only the pense of treating a patient alter Jan 1 At present UMW patients pay basic costs plus an additional in crement to balance hospital ex penses incurred for treating chari ty patients The UMW already has working agreements with several hospitals ihem causi in Western Pennsylvania where it marred the WASHINGTON APV Parcel post rales will go up soon but most likely after the Christmas mailing rush is An SSmilliondollarayear in crease vvas approved by the In terstate Commerce Commission Friday This averages to a percent boost over current rates The Post Office Depart ment said it would announce next week when lhe rates ro into effect Reports were hat officials would give the public at least a UOdav notice The increases will vary accord to the ol lhe package and lhe distance il has lo Small going a short way will jlioulder the biggest boosts And her here will be reductions Im some rh a of ihe packages heading for lout trips Under the law Ihe postmaster general lus to ask for an increase in parcel posi rates whenever that aspect of lhe postal is m the red Postmaster Genera Arthur F Summer iekl asked fur the botists sltootin only on a rosi basis Jdanl ALAMOGORDO the wellknit said to Wright several months ago Lincolns Gettysburg Address Kiuinger says I had so many things to do Holloman and the missile center See 5 Col 3 llis 15inile parachute jump didnt This was a research job 1 wasnt are on White Sands missile range scare was loo busy o just sitting there thinking aboui The jump was Kittingers 41st worry the jump 1 was irymg to get jua Kiuinger a jet jockey turned we didnt have spaceage experimenter wit h The Air Force captain said lie the basketball game himself as a guinea kepi truck of the time and altitude UIS lhe nBnest parachute on New Game Site sald no The site ol between Indiana AC and the out of a bucketlike balloon gun and physiological reactions Johnstown DeBartola team ori dola al feel over White which he did not elaborate ver rode in an open balloon gmally scheduled tonight for the Sands missile range this week He said his pressure sun dola The sides of the bucket were Indiana Joint High School floor Protected from equipped with an system aboui four feel high and n was been changed to he Armory cold he plummeted at nearly kept him comfortable oinu up about feet in diameter There oor on Wayne Avenue Game miles an hour for about tljree tainimd coming down uas a iap in lhe wall for Kiilinyer tune is p m utes Then still feel high Is he in good alter Ins big to take lhe tirsi big sup a Parachute automatically opened leap1 Well he flew an Air Force Kiuinsjer who has a Germaii hagles Dance Sal Blair tumbo and he drifted the rest of lhe uay TO jel trainer from his new born wile Pauline and iwo hoys 84x1 0 in sjx more miiuiles station al Wright An DevelopJoe III i and Mark 4 al home Club Savoy ll uus pan in his con ment Center in Ohio io Hollman in Dayton Ohio is auacluxl to lish Frv every Friday evening at elton lo help develop Aii Force Base just outside Alaihe escape section of Wright An equipment io bring men back tuogordo Friitay Development Center He 01 alive from emergencies on t h e The Air Force missile developless commutes by jet tighter be Rusiic Lodge Smorgasbord Sun edge of space ment center al Hollomau is where tween Wright aiid Holloman tor no i day 12 til 8 i didnt gave to he was stationed until his move test work HoldUpTry At Heshbon Stale Police from lhe Indiana substation are contin uing their investigation of an at tempted robbery at Mar ket in Heshbon According to the Slate Police tv o men one white and one ne gro entered the store about 8 10 a year aio when parcel posi losses limit highway linking London and coming to SS million dollais Birmingham since il opeim eara year month pas Klle Dusk was ailing Friday as the mase averatfinji id per cim was gueen rode alongside the priiuv approved ni June IHil Summer in his sleek green hich Ijeld put them into can reach 100 miles an hour The than three months later speedloving Prince took it never lopping 50 miles an hour Dance tonite Sat ttx HONOLULU AP A rapidly tilling lake of molten lava in Kii auea expected to reach the base of fissure in ihe erupting volcano early oday When hat happens the specta cular fountain of flowing be reduced to a series of iianl with occasional spurts The tlWy lyas still high JSJjrjiOO feet on of Survey meas uring the lava level at the bottom of the spread into a 100acre the lake is nearly iOO fuel deep The lowest point of the ISOfoot wide fissure is estimated a little above 300 feet from the crater Poor Officials estimate between 25 and i5 million cubic yards of lava have been hurled out of the fiery furnace thus far Some 120 mil lion cubic yards were ipewed out of Kilauea during an eruption in which lasted 90 days The rising lake of lava may hoke off the fountain officials said but he volcano also could wall itself off from the lake with a new cone keeping its vent above lhe lake level If its buried in its own lake the How probably would continue Inn instead of skyrocketing foun tains the volcano would produce a M ready bubbling one official said Kilauea Iki crater measures about feet high from the bot lom of the pit The Air was Ihe on record bin was the highest man md held Sam Verassi owner and a customer at jun poini while they ransacked the store apparently looking for inoiiev Unable Ivi find any larre amounts ol moiiev the duo firs i who Inside The PUAKSON rebuilt school in WeM Virginia is i Diiw PoaiMin on editorial page 4 FOOTBAM Slate ullier sjorl on Miami s ti 11 ul 7 We service them wil McGill 84 1 in kev Dinner SI Delhi S4xD Other Governor Signs License Hike HARKISBURG reuce imlav signed a law doubling lhe Silayear drivers license fee The SI iru will provide an uklitiona 5 million dollars a year tor roads Ihr 1ltiU liiciises will be Lssueil lor one year ar the fee but in IMil they will be issued everv two year at a of I aw mices anion a signal lo the Revenue Depai Illieilt to be iin mailing mine than 5 million urions delayed lievoud ihe iioimal posuaji date in aniicipuiion ol the lee im I I Vltill itiiui Ml Nulr I V IVHU I rru 1 ee Diamond ring jet free coupons at Rogers Jewelry Nuihing ty buy WKATHEK iOUKt ASl Sorry Closed Our Sales iiient Monday evenmtr Nyv 2 only All salesmen at Rustic Hi hear Millard BenntHt McGill Motors lac clouilt and emit niuditalf l in 111u e i m IIitlov i 40i by loiughi Club   

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