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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper Serves Every Monitor of itio Family JLu jfcM jb HMjfa jcnflt nUnuS Its own pef sow to keep Wednesday January 2 i 9S9 Two Sections LAWRENCE SWORN IN AS PENNSYLVANIA GOVERNOR David K Lawrence V JICL WI ClIUCj Utf J K H TOlU former Democratic mayor of Pittsburgh holds up his hand as he is sworn in as Pennsylvanias 102nd governor in the state Jarrri show building in HarriSburg yesterday after the inaugural ceremonies were moved indoors because of snow AP Wirephoto Ifi Spending EDITION Sevan Centi AROUNDIKE CLAIMS Cecil DeMille Dies Caused By Local Parking Unit Elects New Officers HOELYWOOb Cecil B DeMille whose spec made him ithe movies most famous and Lawrence meeting with successful director died to his cabinet for tlie first tune since taking office gave day He was 77 instVuctions today for austerity in spending even to the level I A heart attack claimed the ofdepartment purchases of equipment man who was one of the Lawrence told his 18member cabinet that this is going Bunders of Hollywood and to be an acton administration i became legend in his in a meeting with the cabinet less than 24 hours time fatter he was inaugurated Lawrence several times stressed I the need for absolution to the states money problems 1 We own Leonard Abrams 211 Locust was elected chairman of the Inj We must try to get as much diana Borough Municipal Parking as we can Ollt of the he1 Authority at a meeting the cabinet adding i night j Thisis because of the spiral W S Fiscus 1062 Church inflation making people demand was named vice chairman j problems are hitting aj te the authouty Vaughn 390 new member treasurer y Ralph E Beck KM South 13th is the fifth member of the local parking authority The authority also listed the names those merchants pie and banks eel to the parking authority survey fund They said everone in these cutagories who will be affected by business district offstreet parking have been asked to contribute to aj survey fund to be matched1 by the borough council in making a survey by an engineering firm ol the local parking situation Receipts have beenv received I from the following Jury that wi be always alert to make certain M AP Hn Peterson 26yearold man accused in fairs mein promised to take prompt The state asked for the See 5 Col 2 Jury Awards To Crash Victims He died at his home at after an illness of a week With him was a daughter Cecilia and her husband Joseph Harper His wife Constance was in the house but not at the bedside She also has been iilx DeMille made more than 70 films directing and produc irig masxyTHe mOney Me water in amounts that awedeyen Hollywoods freespending studio headsi But it paid off Picture after picture set boxoffice records Sev eral of his films became screen classics He was amazingly active right death up until he was taken ill The last was But he supervised production of The of two hitch Buccaneer and was making hikers to be tried in the death ofplans for a new film pbout Lord the Indiana County motorist j Robert BadenPowell who found Testimony ended Tuesday at the led the Boy Scouts j road in New Mexicp went to a CORNER tjbany low Two Lick subsided in midmorning trie promises ifioTe of the same and forecasts a change to snow tbnight tomorrow v vt Sipds rpri HIP nnmnc rvf uiiuacu lu lime prompt ana rpi ted the names of against anyone at The state asked for the death1 up until he was taken ill The its professional peo1 B penalty and the defense attorney i film he actively produced who have wno not pertormmg asked fw Ro more life Ten commandments nig authonty survey See AusterityPage 5 Col 2 pvisonment he supervised nrcduction of pusonment is one Peterson trial The trial of Floyd VV Hines 32 of Bowling Green will date be conducted at a later They are charged with beating i A verdict awarding a total fatally last November Andersons Ash Shoe Barclays ooo to Earl E Dell 33 andDeSalles bodv was along a Central Drug Dicks Sweet Shop 31 both of Altoona reached by an Indiana County Wairio vy an nmioiia Maigaret Haans cjvi court yesterday af Drug Henry Hall Indiana Travel Service Jones i Furniture McGills ParnellCowh t l was passed ei Penn Furniture Rodgers defendant Peter Restivo of Lorain Jewelry Troutmans Dr Leonard Volkin Waxlers and Widdowsons i ternoon The court case resulted from a Act of Kindness To Dog His Last A last act of kindness for his dog yesterday apparently result In death for 76yearold John Lewis Snoop Chevey Chase The Indiana RD 3 man was found dead at 4 yesterday behind his house where he was digging a grave for his dog Indiana County Cornor Russell D Gardner said death was ap parently caused by acoronary attack headon crash on June 10 1956 on of Nov 20 Peterson the only defense wit ness was on the stand hours of the time in tears The defense contended there was no intention of killing De Salle only of robbing him Dist Atty George Reynolds asked Peterson if he had tears in Penn View Mountain Route eyes while he wore DeSalles three miles east ot Blairsville Restivo was found guilty of neg watch and if he Jelt remorse while wearing DeSalles coat The ligence in the auto crash in which coat and watch were on Peterson the Dells and their daughter Lori 5 Col 8 Ann 2 were injured A physician who attended AAnnth Dell reported to the court that she1 IWI l was permanently disabled He said she was unable to walk without assistance and was unable to speak business In Working For Peace In World WASHINGTON AP resident Eisenhower said to day the Soviet Union must ome to understand thatthe Jnited States simply wont pe pushed around in working or world peace Eisenhower told a news onference that was the pur ort of his message to Anas tas I Milcoyani the Soviet de uty premier as he left for home after his U S visit On a domestic political matter Eisenhower said he would favor repeal of the present constitution al ban on a jthird term for pres deiits Eisenhower lias said repeatedly that he would not be rimarily because of his a hird term There was no indica ion in what he said today that he has changed his mind about that The subject came up when a newsmaff racalled that Eisenhow er once he thought it not1 wholly wise for the thind tepra an to have been written intothe Constitution t In 4 atberman ency Landing For Mikoyan Plane ARGENTIA Nfld I Mikoyan spent an unexpected night at the U NavalAir Base in Newfound land after theScandinavian airliner carrying the Soviet de as an actor In 1912 at a luncheon jputy premier homeward was forced otbwnVith two engines With a olnuA cnlftCTrvan with a glove salesman named Out Samuel Goldwyn and a vaudeville cornet player named Jesse Lasky the three decided to take at the new medium of pictures f They formed a company ac quired rights to The Squaw and sent DeMille west to make it into a movie He rented half a bam in a pas toral suburbn known as Hollywood and the rest ip history DeMille the late Lasky and Goldwyn be came the moguls of Hollywood DeMjtle has estimated that his films have been seen by more than five billion twice the earths population Box office returns are nearing a bil lion dollars He was reared in a religious at unshaken bythe mishap which set nerves jangling in more than one world to another plane today to resume his flight to Copen hagen He ended his 16day visit tothe United States Tues day and started home with a party offive includinghis son Sergo A Scandinavian Airline spokes man in New York expressed doubt sabotage lay behind the mishap while the fourengine DC7 was high over the Atlantic There were 35 passengers and 14 crew mem bers aboard The spokesman said the plane had been under close guard after it arrived at Idlewild and that New York police had inspected it thoroughly The airline torn Boy DALLAS Tex Harand excitement Copenhagen mosjhere and many of his filmsland to pick up I had religious themes But they i passengers ordered a plane to Newfound the stranded wexe larded with properly as a result of the accijris was bragging today dent how tough his son can be An award of was made to The son Timmy Ray Mr Dell anemploye of the Bell 15 months had picked Telephone Co in Dell about Among his best known produc tions aged King of a silent movie up a about the life of Christ that still Altoona and a garter snake that promptly snown The Ten Com aiimn tn manHmonfc in The pilot Capt Carl Schulz berg reported that he detected a defective supercharger on No 4 See 4 Col 1 Eagles nite Party every Thursday Wed tfx yesterday grant was given to the boys arm in both silent Timmy Ray gurgled patted theiwidescreen versions Male The verdict came in at then bent over and bit it Femaley The Sign of No Parking SAN FRANCISCO unThe under the elevated freeway iin two Cross The Crusades Theline a and and the i struction project said no park sign con Winters WorsHn Ohio Giant Storm Lashes US KANSAS CITY in northernMissouri and many deaths and Oklahoma Kansas ters worst storm moved rapidly roads were either blocked or reand Illinois had one each through the Ohio Valley today duced to oneway traffic In a special summary the pushed by a subzero surge of Along fhe eastern edge of the Weather Bureau said snow cold arctic air v cold wave sleet and freezing rain and high winds kicked up blizzard Temperatures tumbled in the Mississippi Valley in Nebraska Iowa and snowpacked Great Plains Readj Louis was almost paralyzed the flatlands of central Kansas as low as 15 to 25 below zero by a hardening ice layer that i Immediately ahead of the snow are predicted for tonight in east snapped power lines and madethere was a narrow band of freez ern Nebraska and South Dakota I streets and highways ing rain In the South thunder The extreme cold is expected to The Weather Bureau said the I showers accompanied spring tern extend as far south as Texas and storm center was in the lower Iperatures Arkansas Ohio Valley and moving north There was even a tornado Tues Snowfall began k diminish this wanl into the Great Lakes region day night in Mississippi The mwuing in most of the Midcon1 Twelce deaths have been attrij funnel touched the ground near tinent and was expected to end as buted to the storm All of the j Vicksburg but apparently did far east as Kansas City by early victims were killedin traffic afternoon dents on ice or snow covered The heaviest snowJall this Strong winds continued causing roads Three were killed in Newmorning was in eastern Kansas Pfeonsiderable drifting Snow Montana Pennsylvania and northern Missouri Kansas tanged up to U inches at Milan and Iowa each reported t wo r See 5 Col i Plainsman The Story Union of Dr Pacific Wassell That didnt deter 12 car owners They parked anyway but returned Samson and The tp find their autos trapped by See 4 Col Z j stacks of construction materials Inside The Gazette INDIANA MARION CENTER Indiana and Marion Center won vital league games last ning Read about these victories and other sports on pages 17 and 18 REPORT ON MIKOYAN Drew Pearson reports today on a meuting between U S Senators and Mikoyan Read his column on editgrial page ti Of her Feafures More Stop Signs At 8th Oak Sts A switch In the location of stop sfgns at thf intersection ot North Eighth and Oak Streets has been announced by Harry Owens acting head of the Indiana Borough Police ment Under the new plan cars traveling north and south on North Eighth Street will be re quired to stop for the stop signs Formerly traffic on Oak Street RivdrNear FloodLevel SHARON Pa Shen ango River rose rapidly today a flood in this causing fears of western Penrisyl vania town A heavy rainfall which was con tinuing this caused the most rapid rise of the river in At noon the river had reached the 13foot Flood stage is feet From 9 a m today until noon the river rose more than fourfeet Weather bureau officials said three inches of rain had fallen from 10 p until upon today This added Ura runoff of water created by melting of an 8 inch snow cov Last July the river rose to the 17foot level causing much dam age Civil defense o ff i c i a Is were placed on a standby alert today Merchants in the business sections began removing their stocks from basements At Indiana F L Fisher Manager AUddiut Mirror Society Cujnlcs 6 1B17 14 WBATHBR FORECAST Cloudy windy and warm with scattered showers tonight Low 35 to 45 Windy and turning colder Thursdsy with showers changing to light snow or flurries Falling temperatures on Thursday and much colder Thursday night F L McCauley a native of Pittsburgh has been named gener al manager of Fisher Scientific Companys Instrument Manufac turing Division of Indiana The plant newest of Indianas industries is one of the most modern manufacturing plants in the laboratory apparatus industry Mr McCauley said today in an announcement to the Gazette Residents of Shado Wood Village Mr and Mrs McCauley came to Indiana late in 1958 with the open ing of the Fisher plant on Route 119 South Mr McCauley has been a mem ber of the Fisher organization since 1947 when he joined the company as chief engineer He was promoted to production man ager of the instrument division in 1953 and assumed the duties of manager in 1954 j A graduate of Oakmont Highi School he majored in mechanic See 5 Col 1 j F L MCCAULEY Fisher Manager Bank Writes Off Loan To Ear I Belle HyNTINGTON N Y AP The Security National Bank of long Island has charged off as loss loaned to Pitts jurgh Promoter Earl Belle and lis associated firms including Cornucopia Gold Mines The banks chairman Herman Vlaas who took over last Septem ber said losses in loans to Belle md others and anv alleged raud by a branch bank manager otaled nearly one million dollars ast year Maas in reporting to stock lolders at their annual meeting Tuesday said however there were prospects of significant re covery The bank Long Islands third largest has assets of nearly 184 million deposits of 167 million and 12 million in capital funds Belle is awaiting extradition in Brazil on embezzlement charges Maas said a prominent Boston stockholder of Cornucopia whom he did not name was undertaking a reorganization through a Texas concern that could mean a sub stantial recovery Maas explained to the stock holders that Belle had come to them well recommended by Pitts burgh and Cleveland banks He said Belles dealings with Security National was through Long Island concerns in which Belle had bought major control references checked sis and investigation didnt show any dilution of he took off for Maas said ruefully George Heaney the banks president during the lar loss period was arraigned last month on charges of violating federal bank laws The bank lost in an al leged fraudulent loan to Joseph Lamonica a Long Island home improvement contractor Map said The branch manager made the loan Malcolm P Ryan had been indicted Lainoaica has also been indicted in connection with a checkraising scheme volving other banks on Long Is land and in Miami Commenting on the banks loss es one stockholder told Maas tartly the losses are cheap if you have learned a New Main St Parking as Social Sector month day hour Ptonfl SNP55f Allstate batteries nta guar QaJy ex Sean Borerof 41 ISR lyf Go ft A   

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