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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania Indiana Caunty Newspaper Every Member of the Family v j C w 18 1959 4 Tonight 1 SAILOR sailor knife in hand upper left sits on rooftop in Oakland faces two policemen after be had gone to the top of the 30foot threatening to cut his throat Top rigfit the sailor identified as Gary R Fox i 19 slightlyas oolice Bottom left another policeman grabs Fqxs arm and bottom right Fox is to the roof floor a third class fire control technician His home is in NewCumberland Pa Police said he gave no reason for his actions AP Wirephoto Handlers Confirmation Requested Local Dairy Farmers OK Strike Support HARRISBURG House a word of debate or Gov Lawrences proposed sales tax boosting plan into position for a vole at a special sion tonight The 264millipndoHar tax pro posal which would boost the salesi levy from 3 to 3 y2 per cent with j an expansion of itscoverage was I moved up for final action on a j voice vote i i Todays action merely formal jizing the plan for tonights special i j session still left it a tossup on i whether the administration could muster enough democratic House i votes to pass the measure A hard core of Democratic re sistance seemed to be in evidence jas the governor continued the task jof calling the holdouts into his of fice individually to seek their sup port i He told his news confereiiie that he had some success witha half I dozen who visited him Tuesday j i tried with them on fJhfrpiobleftfiJiat faces number of rebels was est inmted as high as 24 On Monday I but Rep StephenMcCann Demo I floor leader said the list has been whittled down to less than 10 j Democrats control the House by 10 to 102 But since it takes 106 votes to pass a tax bill it would take only holdj outs to defeat the bill if Kepublij cans adhere to a policy of giving no help at all See 12 CpJ f IRISH WIT fy there is any doubt of Irish huijiorPresidentSean 0 Kelly of Ireland hands out just take a look at President Eisenhower The Chieft Kxecutivereared back with laughter as OKelly entertainedthV Friendly Sons oC St Patrick night with some Possibly in Union By July I WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower today signed the bill to make Hawaii the 50th slate I With the bills signing Hawaii could by taking fast action get officially into the Union by next July This would be in time to send members to the present ses jsiori of Congress October is more likely however It took Isix months to add Alaskas 149th star to the flag j Hawaii is the last of the organ territories in line for hood There is no major move jment in Puerjto Rico to change jthat areas commonwealth status i Opposition to Hawaiis admis i sion melted after Congress action last year on Alaska j A notable Jate switch was that of House Speaker Sam Rayburn of Texas Jong an opponent of i statehood for the islands He an nounced his change of mind in a statement issued while the House debate was going on saying Ha jwaii is now ready and will be Jan asset to the United j The diehard opposition mostly young Southern members of Con See 12 Col 1 of his Iiish jfikes In rear is the toastmaster JohnBellly AP Wirephoto Formally InstellNew Bishop fHILADSLPKIA Pennsyl r i Fhe diocese hasmpve 000 members Richard arch bishop of VSj X j ot Boston and a close tpdafr tipheld a iayeite County deetsiod that multiplecorn friend of Bishop presided Pinbittl wete illegal gambling devices j at the traditional ceremony in St P I I 1 HARRISBURG Sen Lite Tuesday confirmed these ap by Gov Lawrence uu mumim dairy Anthracite Mine Exfarmers last night said they will support a milk strike in Strack West Westeiix Pennsylvania if one is called by Milk Producers iT I 7Q9 CLYMER Approximately 50 Indiana County dairy Lawrence asked for the following State Historical and Museum John W Oliver Mount Lebanon Miss Grace A Rankin Wjlkjnsburg James B Stevenson Titusviljje and Dr lAIaurice Mook Pennsylvania State State teacher college board of directors Indiana Curtis lames Braddock Earl R Handler Ini Local 733 confirmation Meeting at the United Mine Workers hall in Clymer the farmers elected unanimously to support the strike in j 1 j HOILYWOOD idied in a bedroom gun battle to i day which police said broke out after one trjed to inteffeip in a love triangle Killed were 35 partowner of three Los Angeles decfsfph written by Judge WilliamHirty Pauls the stote poliqe to destroy 41 pinball machines six archbishops 3 bishops SI in a serik of antigambling1 monsignori and more 1wft raids in Fayette County i Priests andnuns partieftwtiBd J I AiSQ were BfcRb But its effect coutd go even far1 Wrights parents Mr and Mrs ther It could njean the end of the John Wtight of v Worcester Mass use of all multiplecoin pinballjflishop Wright was bishop of thf machines machines Pennsylvania The Worcester Diocese before his ap ccept more than coin for a iingle game yearold j Investigators said the shootings1 way to talks Wlth took place in a house that was lest vote called by the union For I AM As Union Agent Blairs ville WIlCvK took place in a house that UKKU ulc BLA1RSV1LLE Police today rented recently by Dorothy to trame united pol ontinued their investigation into ter 38 icy on Germany based oa firm ni Drincioles combined with a read il State poll would ord machines j on his President E w j the death of George Schneider 52i Mrs Chester identified j iiic Ernest Hayes Dawson R D deadcentral figure in the dispute is the organizer for Local 733 said the rear of the old UmQn Hotel wife of Simou Chester wealthy Alacin farmers seemed very satisfied Je Tuesdav morning v LOS Angeles produce dealer ll with the meeting and that uniiw tripped She told police that Sorin principles combined with a read tlie to Macmillan arrived by singlecoin ai1 Before leaving for J sat i M ate action were representatives ies scheduled in 20 counties in h body m a pool of Mrs Chester had 3 8 0 Clock yesterday tlOin John and other Canadian one pointmeht by Pope John XXfll to succeed Archbishop John ce had indicated theydw who was transferred to De all multiplecoin Pennsylvania seized ion does not involve nachines olane J Louis Glas so said there immedij on whether an appeal Seeks Money For Jobless Wiley Wellsboro Harry W Bak1 Indiana voted yesterday to have1 er Uwrencevllle West Chesterj the International Association of Mrs Francis V Atkinson firyn Machinists represent them as j Mawr Slippery Emj their bargaining agent rfna Guffey Miller Slippery Rock The workers voted between the theyneyWilliam M Maier and District SO of the United Mawr Paul Comly French Workers of America Ie j The vote was 38 for the JAM Justice of the 31 for District 50 i Smith Milesburg for that Centre Yesterdays runoff vote was ne County community kessary because no union received He recalled the nominations of the required number of votes at Mrs Helen C Mack Renfrew asian election conducted last month justice of the peace for the newly opened plant Westmoreland County and Mrs jf no objections are filed con Cecile McCann Sayre as Bradiceming the election certification Word County Register of Wills re js expected in about two weeks reorder oj doeds jind Orphans i t of the multiple HARRISBURG stata He declared borrowup to 113 million rhis coifrt case was an action ilars from the U inachines themselves j for its the manufacturer is for several years lon hls cnsis taks machines Detective Sgt Robert Beck said Soviet NkUaLCA rs Chester had been separated the producers inCrawford anrl i j aupexioi UJUIL decision inen t Senate unanimouslv Westmoreland Countv have evident Diefenbaker and other officials will have to consult die Bally gored the Houseapproved bill aui Hallow has withheld a rulIv carried two weaponsan autowere on hand to greet Macmillan company to see what they want thorjzing the commonwealth to anvf Uhn Iprf nff hie romnrlro nnth a to Art Court clerk CoralQracetonvFire Co pajty indicated they will support i strike He said member dissatisfied with milk prices the operation of the State Milk Con Commission he called unjust restrictions placed Uipon producers by the Allegheny County Health Board District 50 WinsElection tAinw 11 v V V III lldll t ViVflllLfd ine ing of accidental death pending malic and a gave who led off his remarks with a to do Jcompletion of the investigation Poup one of them in a scuffle with tribute to Canadian Foreign Setv Under 1 f I a fli Ci K o j j lire Chief John Larkln heads the Silva See 12 Col 5 Inside The Gazette BOYLE A history in names is featured in Hal Boyles column today ou editorial page 8 NOKT1ISOUTH The roster of players for the comity uortlisoutli game is featured on todays See payes 20 and 21 Other Features SALTSBURG Tlie National Business Shaping Up New Life In Nations Easter Retail By WALIfcR BREEPE JR AP Busioess Writer Joseph Liebmaii senior elude persistent pockets of unwomens store legal procedure borrow from a special federal we fund set up to meet state unem mom sis and the vice president V employment in some industrial As usua wuu MW Labor Relations Boardsaidtddav NKW YORK prosCo Newark NJ stock centers scattered state and local youngtr take the lions share District 50 United Mine Workers Witv a boomine slock markpt 1S tol atwaVS lux 4 printers strike erf pops Easter shopping dollar will continue as bargaining agentA T Stems lo that closed daily newspupers in Charles K Boyd at Federal Laboratories Inc n d t murn ns ha lat MalJwckrodt presiColumbus Ohio for two weeks urer ot t e Detroit Retail Tunnelton itcr he torm are putting dem of the Scruggs cities where winter has chants new life into the nauous Masur Barney in St Louis said Saleslingered oh 11 f r iii 1 i i The UMW won a election defeating the Jnternation lt H Aviation of u 12Q One vole was for no Inhankers H uu niejce olticiuls bv Ballots were cast last Dec but very gxid compared to last date nr IU1IU Ml IU IIRfl Slttie retary Sidney Smith who died would have the right to ask the ploynient compensation shortages 12 Col 8 j See 12 Col 7 j Meanwhile Lawrence was under notice from the Senate that it wants a special committee named to study problems created by dwindling un employment compensation fund Sum Awarded In Civil Suit Here Today A directed verdict reached May says Mom tbejia Indiana County Civil Court irst the new Awarded about 10 Mdy Trade the earlier Easier kkis gel cldthes bit we still have a few sell Not all merchants regard lluvtluig 1UNS V earlier Kaster a handicap In While optimism is keynote some Southern and Western citits Auto pn The Press in a find dissenters here and where the weather has mild Dttroit b A j Iget and if thwtjs anySurike Surike tliere A York department it is considertd an asset Thats ent ground to put a ua April Ji tcoiiivonU i SJ IS High sue cold tonight 1222 Suony warm Thursday objector final results the NLRBsaM ia 1S shaping up beaustore executive complains that the sentiment of merchants in Los dainper 01 its aanouncemeni today fayf of women dont get excited aboua Angles where the mercury The weather is cause for wujph The surt way to keep a going js bybuying t trailer Mol0rs course lav i I is up ueaustore executive complains that the sentiment of merchants in Los dainper fcustw sales other says an executive of a women dont get excited a botin Aligns where the mercury The weather is cause for vrti j big depannienl store ou Chicagos iashions when theres a half foot climbed into the high 80s while grousinganong merchants in Bosilnvohed ia the nffshap attd busy State Street Easter sales of snow oa the Wide taow fell in Now York Its echoed ton New York PbUadeiphia ia tlw We are tar ahead of last areas of the Northeast and unnnr m tin anH oMckuMak nu naylw pop gets a Gloria Surike Florence RQ 2 i The plumtirfb in is booming in suif involved m a it therms still enough vehicle accident on Route 56 nwu Q M Wl 4Vt Iftst areas of the Northeast and upper by store in MiiM San tie moje Midwest were blinketed by a FfajMyspo said Ricftird H Rich heavy saowtall late president of Richs in Atlanta and store sales took is Eigles Paity tvery Thursday Consumers are more confident Other localized deterrents to Cvnl Magnin preiiidlnt Blfn J i ii i tf njeat and Joqhusetts li 1vrT V VJF V Wed W be Jpeading shopping suite Magmas a p Seat Brush ;