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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEiiDY fold you everWallying the uttie used for making excuses itt making success ftft Indiana Cdutttjr Newspaper Ivety Member of the Family aifc I Volume 156 twenty Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday February 17 1959 Two Sections WEATHER Witness Tells Of Hoodlums Beating Makarios MayDelay Cyprus Pact WASHINGTON weeping witness a Sen1 ate committee today a grisly story of a beating at the hands of Brooklyn N Y musclemen Sidney only as a Brooklyn Swore three hoodlums beat his face out of shape Midway beating he said they stopped long enough to pour coffee down his throat to revive him They did not let up Saul said until he agreed to sign LONDON spelled to fhem threefourths of his holdings in a jukebox v coinmachine ontoiniMco out today at the opening of roundtable conference its plan for giving independence to JOHN C WRIGHT accident victim Mishap Kills Hillsdale Farmer 85 HILLSDALE A wellknown Indiana County farmer and Jong resident of this area died last bvcnfng in a freak accident on his farm located about two miles north of Hillsdale John C Wright 85 was killed almost instantly when the barn door he was closing tumbled off its track and fell on him at about 5 County Coroner Russell D Gard ner Glen Campbell said today Mr Wright died of shock and1 heart failure He said there were no indications of a skull fracture i although Mr W rirg h t suffered bruises about the face and body The coroner said the barn door was about 10 by 14 feet in dimen sion He is continuing his investi gation into the accident Details leading up to the acci dent were told by Mrs Jennie Stephen housekeeper for Air V right She said Wright and Clair Arm strong of Purchase Line a grand son by marriage butchered a beef in the afternoon and placed it on the barn floor Mr Wright returned to the barn about 5 oclock to clean part of the floor while Mrs Stephens went to another area of the barn to start the evening milking v lis housekeeper in the milking chores she became concerned and called to him several times She then the barnbridge where she found the elderly man beneath the barn door Mr Wright was a lifelong re sident of the area where he was killed He was born and raised in a house within feet of his farm He was also well known as a jrower of gladiouluses and dah lias Mr Wright was born in Mont gomery Twp May 9 1873 a son of Jefferson and Nancy Jane Dun lap Wright His wife Margaret J Gorman Wright preceded him in death June 26 1946 Survivors include one son and two daughters Roy West Colum See 2 Col 4 Cyprus But there were indications that opposition from Archbishop Ma karios might block speedy ac ceptance The fourpoint plan called forj Union Vote Slated At Fisher Plant Saul said he has lived under constant police protection since the beating on 1957 at a Brooklyn restaurant he named as the Wagon Wheels He said three men one of them a onceconvicted murderer are awaiting trial in Brooklyn for the Kromer i Asks Dam In County HARRISBURG diana County would Mnew state park and dam fori irecreationand fishing under I a bill before the Senate Com I mittee on Forests and I jCaine and Fish The bill S243 would earmark million dollars of the stales oil and gas royalties for coni struction of the park and dam in the county j Introduced by Sen Arthur Kromer the bill did not specify any particular sec tion of the county for location of the park though officials of the area have mentioned several likej ly locations i T T A resolution urging construction Donald B Shank Indiana Couny such a park vvas introduced Recorder today the house last night by Rep WiTj he will be candidHam G Buchanan DONALD B SHANK to run again Donald Shank Again Seeks EARL HANDLER trustee Appoint Handler To assault He said they are adoption of the agreement worked j A consentelection conducted by Kippy Filocomo Q out last weekin Zurich Natjonal Labor Rclationsi Anthony VrQU nTV TOST land by Turkish Premier Adnan D luzio I Menderes and Greek Wll be hed Thursday for Saiiri cheeks Constantine Karamanlis employes at Indianas newest inas he told tte tv As a first point British Foreign plant the Fisher Scientific combination candy store Secretary Selwyn Lloyd stressed j Company j restaurant Customers he K KTP RriAlvJ that the strategic needs of Britain Employes of the Instrument to pay no attention as nommatnu for that J 13 I DOarCl on the Mediterranean island such vision plant located just south his assailants to stop jon the Republican ticketat it economicdevelopment I as bases should be guaranteed soIndiana on Route 119 will have He said two of the men keptiPnmary 19 Sffc Buch Earf F Handler Prominent Tn a meteorology 1 rr fr srsstts ArcWshop Marios Indiana ily conW the weather ported balking over acceptance of be conducted in the new plants render or a share lion nark in the Stats HOMSnfi Announcement of his appoint To Report On Cover Of Clouds WASHINGTON AP iThe United States cast a eye satellite into orbit officials announced to jclay They said the jsphere housing instruments capable of reporting the earths cloud cover was flung into space with a redesign jed model of the oftendisap pointing Vanguard rocket i The threestage rocket roared i away from Cape Canaveral iat j The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced here about 2 hours and 20 minutes later that the satellite was in orbit The basketball sized new moon marks the opening step in a pro gram of using satellites as aids in improving shortrange and longrange weather forecasting Such satellites are expected to 1 A full reconciliation between employes in the order they apof his business although he did Cypriot communities on Cyprus pear on the ballot are i See 2 Col 4 The island has Turkish 1 District United Mine Cypriots i Workers of America 2 A recreation of GreekTurkj 2 International Union of Elec ish friendship jtrical Radio and Machine Work 3 Giving to the Cypriots themjers selves the opportunity to 3 No Union their own institutions for selfgov 4 UnitedSteel Workers of Am crnment and Greek and Turkish representas 5 International Association1 of fives welcomed theBritish proMachinists gram at the conclusion of the In the last similar election in House iFire Near He has served on the district and executive committees of the Pennsylvania Registers Associa tion and Recorders Association He stated petitions will be placed in circulation next Tues day Don resides at 197 delphia Street is an of World War IL Navy Blimp Crashes In Swamp lion park in the State House of1 Announcement or ms appoint1 The namre given to the this point He is the cafeteria between and his business by taking ini The candidate was born in IndiRepresentatives ment was in f leader of Greek Cypriots Thursday according to F and attended its public schools f I McCauley plant manager Saul said he finally agreed to and is a graduate of Indiana State The British plan also calls for i The five choices opento Fisher their demands for a lions share r M r n leacheis College j j j Ernest Kinsey Armagh h Active ia many civic Mr tocked already by fte tracking station at San Diego Calif Assumable the 50pound shell of risburg by Gov David Lawrence js Jie sixth Put UP by the United Mr Handler fills the vacancy istates i created by the death of the late When announcing the new sat i eltite was in orbit an NASA spokesman said it had been Handler also serves as solicitor of Indiana County Other trustees at the local lege include R Dudley Tonkin Cherry Tree the third stage of the rocket is also in orbit v See ObjectsPage 2 Col 3 j Indiana for employes of Indiana Woman Hurt As Car Hits Abutment CORAL Miss Mary Oberly is listed in satisfactory condition in the Indiana Hospital today fol lowing injuries she received last night when the car in which she was a passenger skidded on a muddy section of highway near here and struck a cement abut ment She received injuries to both chin and finger The An estimated damage of rej suited from a fire discovered about jDivision Robertshaw Fulton Con1 todayiin tlle Ord Shankle Company District 50 Raynefownship near was the wiihier i Grove Chapel District 50 also represents emLIndmna Flrc Number ployes ofthe following Indiana arlTwo Rlchard captain re ea industries McCreary Tire tMhe alarm at tllis Rubber Company United Company and Federal Labi 1S sparks from the oratories WaitSee Reaction To Tax Increase WASHINGTON other members of theboard are critically injured j Three farmers a i explosion about 2 J Clay Braddock 5 Greensburg Patrick by other means parricu into the swamp and brought the three burned survivors The Sen ben HARRTSBURG i sar recommendations chimney set fire to the roof side of the house The Shankle res IndianaSite Of Education Fund Confab HARRISBURG Pub Instruction Department will resFdes in Blackhold statewide meetings Feb 24 Uck j27 on Plans for federal funds for State Police from the Indiana eduction under the National De substation report Miss Oherly was riding in a car operated by Thom as Slumps XI Coral According to the report fense Education Act idence is located about A mile off 0 tax U the injured to a Route 119 north of Grove Chapel Mrs Shankle was hurried the three to awakened by the flames that r T a hospital here j made a crackling sound in Wlthheldi The ship attached to Glynco f farmers cut pine Uached fabric fromthe wreckage iIA JT K and with the injured on these I fl d 16 H Cl DOT O i makp shiff strfttfhcrc Seeks Men For Police struggled o I makeshift stretchers ta iout to a dirt road On tractors i Per iKmr carried Applications are now being ae M vi uviXlllljE JlllllCll i f i VJ t C UVW Utlllg that sounded like support tor the program Naval Air Station near by the Borough of Indiana s n h Il t i f WT n ki u Damage was confined to the roof U Nvas wilh a sister i for positions of patrolmen and outside of the lariy over1 isolated ocean areas The satellite is eqpippijdr wfth Jl two electronic eyes to P the sunlight off cloyds land anrtsea masses over some 25 ppfWcent of the eartiis surface iripftly porth of the equator This information will be relayed to earth by radio and from this scientists hope to get true pictures of the cloud cover situation dur ing the anticipated twoweeks life of the batteries operating the scanning device Spurting a glowing trial of or ange fjame the missile climbecl Pennsylvania is expected to re ceive over million dollars this tliejyear under the act for purchase Menderes Safe Forced Landing OK from 1 to 4 steadily for some 10 seconds aft Jer the launching before knifing through a blanket of gray storm clouds The missiles behavior appeared to be perfect during the brief Starting salary for patrolmen is in radio contact with the a month with increases al only about five miles away but lowed up to It was announced gave no word of trouble led to the belief was flying at ithat insurance and retirement The missiles weight at liftoff cruising forms and equipment are furnishwas pounds but 90 per cent time that it was in sight It had begun to rain lightly just before blast time but this did not affect the launching Victim MCKEIiSPORT Pa Cook about 66 of Mercer was killed Monday in a traffic ac cident in nearby Elizabeth Twp The coroners office tuaid Cook apparently was svalking atonx the highway by an auto which subsequently collided with another cur The two drivers Gardner of Donora and Margaret Maley of Buena Vista escaped serious injury The most he would say was that as rare the 15point proposal would be i The officers said the blimp was i followed closelv when he 111 sents his budget to the Legisla ture March 2 The only outspoken criticism Thjs to he fhat the benefits are also included and uni U1C aw ur piuxnasc T caine froin Sen Douglas H was Slumps car skidded on a muddy of modern classroom equipment plane carryliott He said the d and went directly into theed iof the load was fuel portion of Legislative Route 32024 and teacie training i res to I ond rafle earth a mishap almost unknown i Borough officials outlined the The satellite contains Wo light sLS KSSJ jlhe 60yearold Turkish leader imated million dollarsr at was route here for talks on in the committees report otTQV DOQ BJt6S i This is an indication we p Feb 26 Pittsburgh Feb 27 Cali llie Viscount had nQl have good government for the rend KtlH lOUth fornia Feb 25Indiana Feb 61 e diverted to Gatwick Airport last four he added University Park Feb V Ship28 miles Of London because Bift Johnson and other top GOP PKNN RUN David Mitchell diDioma mits eauivilent I pensburg Feb 26 of visibility at the London leaders took the position that they son of Mr and Mrs Blair Mitchell dlplomd Ol lts Feb 24West Chester Feb would wait and see exactly what Gatwick vanished end of approach 2 Col I Cocker bit An aviation official said Men 1 youth boy to re deres was known to be safe i Dance Clymer Legion Fri against infection Music by Sunset Screnadersdanci Oflitials are trying to locale the The incident occurred about basis p n Conlerences are UAR Merger scheduled ui Edinboro Feb 25 Slipperv RofkJ fuiauon The fourengine They must have been a resident cover as the tiny moon speeds of Indiana Borough for at least a See 2 Col year prior to the dale of the ap plication and must also be a citi of the United Slates between the ages of 21 and 40 j Applicants must also have a high DAMASCUS are Bethlehem Feb 27 Philadelphia having a week of festivity celeFeb 25 Bloomsburg Feb 2ii brating the first anniversary of and Mansfield Feb 25 the merger of Syria with Egypt to form the United Arab Republic i QI Portraits of President i p p Ott 0 Cranial Abdel Nasser are the cen terpiece of decorations in the cap ital The will reach a climax this weekend when Nasser and his guest President Tito ofj Yugoslavia are expected to visit Damascus Apprehend Shoplifters officials said the plane part of the report the governor night by a Homer City physician JIT I about 2V miles from the would accept in making his own a bit him 6n the wrist jn Pennsvlvania i Two 15year a runway on its final budget recommendations j The dog a black mongrel with jvvere aporeheni Ri VIJS OUt tVllli Irll 1 was treated last musl be nieaicallv M of moral character and must also Mack Community Centers fee old Josephine were apprehended in Indiana yes terday by Patrolman Charles R and charged with shoplifting in three local stores The young girls had lifted about LJ Jl J Homer City Legion parly tonite ing from to dug in order to determine treat1 skating rink will be open for skatlen dollars worth of OIKe Robins Earlv bird meut nmssary fuithe boy ing tonight j gloves and a cigarette case before III wtri aonrthended in a local cybaltsburg HARRISBURG Inside The Gazette OBKW Drew Pearson reports lodiiy that Virginia HaleMongers are mailing Jiltralure to Colonel Nasser JH Cairo 6 KKUNU1ANS The Big Indians of Iudiiiia Suite TcHflurs College won thoir game lasl Cariagse Tvch iUud Uie details page H Other Features C ooiivt UuipV Mirror itim loasnordt IK Huspital Nolet 1H Obitmrlci t 6 t 14lfi 7 WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy an dinild tuiught Low 30 to 35 Wednesday lioudy and turning voider with showers clianging to flurries General Telephone Erie The PUC Monday suspended the boost until June 1 U said it would be unable to complete an investi gation before an initial sixmonth suspension ends March 1 General proposes boosting rates of subscribers in these 14 i Pennsylvania counties jlirie Crawford Warren Mercer Butler Forest Venango Brad lord Somerset Fayette West moreland Indiana Cambria and Arpistrong Originally filed lo go in effect ilast Sept 1 the increase ivs op i posed by the City of Johnstown and the boroughs of Franklin Vandergriit Somerset land Cambridge Springs Employes Get Ready To Resume 134Day PPG Strike Settled I they were apprehended in a local five and ten Police were alerted to the posst jbility of shoplifters by the mer wariiing system and Pa PHTSBURGIf Pittsbiugh auto workers when exhausted court Wages had no part in the bitter Clarksburg jn Hher borough police action nine plants Umim plvsiaent Reiser 15 JflUl cials hailed the scitleineni as a urday night charging them with Workers balloting in seven losaid the long dispute oflicmlly The wage hikes provide 12 kenls era in labor relations at the disorderly nuuiuoV cals of the United Glass Certndwl Monday night it 8 an hour mure eavh year tor ihe tums nine plants in Cumber Kenneth I Schmidt WiU amic Workers Union voted firm said the first of its furnext two years for nunween land Clarksburg C SchivUsy also day to accept a memorandum of workers will be recalled rive and maintenance employes Mi Vernon Ohio Crystal City j pigheaded afjer toyWjf to agreement that union and comshortly after Normal production Incentive jobs will pay eight cents Henryetia Okla and o girls walkiug oft pany negotiators initialed Feb 11 is expected by Wednesday the au hour more each year for the Philadelphia Unofficial estimates workers lost 30 million dollars in to decide are issues over each Creighum and Ford City i Police foujjtf firm said next two ifl the UgWlfi are thai Lett for the board of arbitraiion The old pay scales were not dis The company staid ia the f uture youths werp i what closed al will pay and the company dropped as the company calls overmanned Both union and company After much as 75 million dollars in production staffs operating cials hailed the settlement as a by thlee Justice of Uxe sales speeds incentive and era in labor relations at the executives Previously grievances the youths v Chrysler Corp laid off seniority programs nine plants ia thmigh plant thaoaels costs W toes r   

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