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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Member of the Family A lot weekend auto smash ttps are caused by drivers with weekends from the heck up Volume 219 Described In Good Indiana Pshnsylvariia Friday May 1 1959 ifir EDITION Two Sections Seven Tumor Proves Cancerous NEW YORK Godfrey was told today that he tumor removed from his ihest Thursday was cancer ous He made no special com ment on the news and seemed in good spirits according to a hospital announcement A report from the Colunv biaPresbyterian Medical C e n t e r said that Godfrey was taken from the recovery room to his room in the Hark tess Pavilion this morning 7 a m His doctors stated that his con dition is entirely satisfactory and that jie has been doing fine in postoperative He has been told the results of the operation and had no spe cial comment about it Hi was described as good m The hospital plans to issue Sports twice each day on the broadcasting stars condition Earlier the hospital said he spent a satisfactory postopera tive night with no The 55yearold redhaired ra dio and TV star who underwent fivehour surgery Thursday for re moval of a lung cancer slept un der sedation through the night in RESIGNS BRAZIL POST Sometime In June Four Black Mice To Sail Into Space In Missile Cone Four Workers Celebrate May Day By The Associated Press Workers celebrated May teujuraiea iviay VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE Calif AP DaY in lands today with r black mice sail into space next month in an Americanparades and festivities against that a living creature can leave earth and3 Backdrop of international tension Communists and nonCom munists staged separate rallies in capitals in the nonCom munist world i Soviet Unions tradi1 The mice will ride in a specially designed life package capsule in the nose cone of Discoverer III in expected to be launched into polai I Coast missile base in about 30 days Pope Invokes Protection For Workers VATICAN CITY AP pope astronauts will be chosen from 50 black mice now tlonal Parade in Red Square under observation at Holloman Air saw a beaming Premier Ni Force Base Scientists will measure their re actions to blastoff weightlessness and the stresaes of reentry The TVlOlM it 1 kita Khrushchev taking the main object though something alive into is to orbit get salute shortly after being awarded the Lenin Peace Prize for 1958 back to earth again safely Boasts of Soviet military might and came from the defense minister 0 Marshal Rodion the hospital recovery room His John XXIII in a huge Christian has never been done with the parade was Mary remained at the of May Day animal I to Westerners looking for new One unofficial source said there weapons chance in 100 of Our military Malinov der the operation workers of the world The nontiff said ready to give A hospital bulletin after sur geons took out a tumor in his left bring Ithe protection of St Josephhum1 workers of the world The pontiff his listeners to try to called on the The Air Force had ment no lung said The upper lobe of theChristianity followers of Marx to1 How Ion8 the four black comdestructive rebuff to any who try to obstruct the productive mice lung with the contained tumor He Cattalic Action withstood the operation well general condition immediately 1 I will stay aloft was not disclosed was successfully removed Morethan tf 000 wmkmon nf The Discoverer III capsule M0re man workmen of painted a yellowish green will be almost a yard wide and two feet high If all goes well it will drift eeneral condition ostoperative is An FIRE DESTRUCTION COMPLETE Flames at height of fury roar through the 20000 bushel capacity Lakeside grain elevator at Bingham Lake early yesterday The building con tamed about bushels of grain Low building at right contained offices and graS dicing equipment Loss was estimated by a company official at The fire was first spotted by a I rfTh nearCCf thC tOWn a m A blast of his horn awakened the town but the flames were beyond control AP the Socialist Soviet The theme seemed to stress de fense Missing were the big rock ets of last year Instead of an artillery show was called by MOS OW radio the most awesome and blood pressure were excellent ers brought them the Doctors said Ht would be at least words two months before Godfrey can Before he addressed return to the air Oct 5 is Godthrong the 77yearold freys 30th anniversary as a raruler of the Roman I speak pontiffs the big If they miss the supreme radio beacon is designed to send Catholic out signals for at least 10 hours ejection over the highlight of the paratie It de a bright orange scribed antiaircraft equipment as big as factories and twinbar guns capable on earth or in Invaders Leave Dios i To Panama City School Cost Hike Reasons Different r r niv vainoiIC OUt Signals for at Ipast in hnmc HKOVOI ucu periormera career which Church celebrated Mass It was to pinpoint ItakSiUoffoJ fa See Col 3 r iui oearLn i Man Passing Bad Checks the first time that a pontiff celevessels brated such a May Day Mass and continued the churchs efforts in recent years to break Commu nist and Socialist monopoly of the Gray skies and rain cut the Communist and Socialist celebra tion of the day In Piazza del Popolo a scant braved the weather Alertness on the part of a sales me wcamci HARRISBURG fAPl lady in Brodys Department Store to attend the citys major Comate jnvestieators yesterday afternoon and prompt where in past years whethethestates snorSnl action by the Indiana Borough assembled gSg olt Sen i The tensest demonstrations were By JACK RUTLEDGE More than West Berlin PANAMA main body of the Cuban invaders ers turned out for a rally before left the town of Nombre de Dios today and struck out to the old Parliament ward Panama City a government spokesman reported down by the Nazis National Onarrlernpn 4n in ijni i f jnn A e vjuaiubiiicn were sent to intercept Communist Fast Rpriin S was not immediately1 clear whether the u US unLE1fader Walter RJwere leaving to surrender or to escape capture ther cheering crowd the American people of t AIN the free world stand united your side in friendship aqd soli1 are credited with theTppre the multiple problems of and ension of a Vandergrift man who must solved in the light Sen Georee N Wado CR passed four bad checks in gospel liberty and respectberland and Sen Harry SeT said n WeSt May0r Brandt Baking before a 100foot sign Berlin wil1 remain free called on the Western foreign min Robert Alton Holt 29 is sched uled for a hearing today on four counts of passing worthless checks in four Indiana stores yesterday The checks amounted to about police said Patrolman Charles R McAdoo picked up the Vandergrift man on a description after the sales Person became suspicious of the check given by Holt It is believed that Holt has passed other check in Apollo Kittanning as well his home Other checks in Indiana were passed at Murphys Troutmans and Whites Garage Then the Pope said and ler DYork offered divergent and in reviewing testimony to Thursday before a Senate on followers the Pope investigating operations Tn is in their efforts to seek social jus tice of The commlltw ordered a recess until May 14 But Seyler a York I isters to take and hold the po litical offensive in the forthcom See 4 Col 6 Free Library Tag Day Here Tomorrow Indiana Marbach The leader of the Cuban inva sion band he and his men were ready to surrender un conditionally and submit to Pana manian courts Soviets Brag About New AntiAircraft Because Of Morse Argument WASHINGTON AP Clare Boothe quit to day as ambassador to Brazil because of her public row with Sen Wayne Morse D President Eisenhower re gretfully announced her de cision after an hours talk with her at the White House In a letter to the President Mrs Luce said It is no longer possible for me to accomplish the mission which you have entrusted to Presidential press secretary James C Hagerty told a news con ference that Eisenhower sought to persuade Mrs Luce to reconsider her decision to quit But her letter gives the reasons why she felt she could not recon sider her Hagerty Mrs Luce solemnfaced stood beside Hagerty as he announced her decision She refused to make any comment on her decision other than that set out in her let ter Her letter said the climate of good will was poisoned by thou sands of words of extraordinarily ugly charges against my person and of distrust of the mission I was to She did notmention Sen Morse v by riamei but she noted that the American author of these charges is also chairman of a Senate sub committee which handles Latin American affairs Morse tried to block Senate ap proval of her appointment but was defeated by a 7911 vote in her favor Tuesday A few hours after this caused an angry uproar by saying in New York that her troubles be gan when Morse was kicked in the head by a horse in 1951 Morse called her remark proof she was not fitted for the diplo matic post He implied she was LONDON AP The Soviet Union today displayed antiair craft equipment as big as facj unstable mentally The spokesman said the govern lories and twinbarreled selfpro In summing up her decision to abou t peiied guns capable of hitting any steP asicle Mrs Luce told the J men left the Caribbean coastal j town of Nombre de Dios and the 6 Die In Tiff About Off ice CHICAGO 111 doctor remainder of the 89man groupMoscow radio reported and a dentist at adds over behind j The broadcast said tin 1CSL U1 ine aenare nas fiiven space were killed Thursday in at Cesar Vega the former Havana were part of an artillery show that will not be forthcoming from the whinina flnrru nf niphtHnh 1 fnrmriH tha i i earth or in the in her letter blues Common that sense indicates L tne will and support wmtii The broadcast said the big guns the rest of the Senate has given ffjrrv r 1 t whining flurry of bullets behindj nightclub owner who led the ex the locked doors of their joint rei force ashore six ception room ago had said a quick opinion poll j and Police theorized the physician j showed the discouraged adventurRed Dr John T Hart 61 killed theiers want a quick settlement dentist Dr George Ml A government official said 5S and liimself formed the most awesome sec jf the annual May Day parade demonstration in Square Marshal Rodion an i Soviet defense minister subcommittee chairman A continuing harrassment of tj HII i uciCHftc IlilllloLcr oalQ lu then turned the gun onia8reement concluded with the annual May Day speech that Of neutral diplomats from the Or his armed forces will deal Moscows my mission with a view to making hip own charges stick is the nata Malinovsky the rai course the chairman would fol said in low And the sad fact is not that 1 but BrazilianAmerican policy would be the victim It therefore seems indisputable County Teh Principal said testimony P the substandard con After the pontiffs vast throng moved cCd St00d and aiUOnS eXiting in The Pope responded to the cheers by appearing at the window of his apartment He gave the head of the Pennsylvania drew8 and then withEducation Committee of Marbach has DrodairnM i inree telling ot despondsamzation ot American States i crushing blow to anyone who tries It therefore seems indisputable rowasIndiana Free f V Vega until to signal ato interfere with peaceful that at this time of grave economc row as waiana hree Library Day were found on Harts bodv final surrender iwnrk nt DmTi Featured tomorrow will be a tag day in the Indiana Business dis trict Members of the Indiana Joint were found on Harts body The hail of bullets alarmed more than a score of persons treated in the doctors office buildj ing the Medical Center Building The final surrender After that the National and work of the Soviet difficulties in Brazil the best in Guard T Soviet government he said of that country as well as any holdouts he said invaders headed out Aluminum OnBioSpendina Bills AVoman Shot In Shoulder Mrs Pauline E Kostella Indi ana RD 3 was treated as out patient at the Indiana Hospital last night for a bullet wound she re portedly accidentally received in the shoulder The local woman was injured Jhe report says when she grabbed 9or a 22 caliber rifle she previous Jy loaded to shoot rats The rifle apparently started to fall and in making a grab for thej weapon it accidentally fited Question Flynn On Cuban Film HAVANA AP Cuban policetheir plans to push through some veto of a Jhursday questioned Errol Flynn bigspending legislation taken from Secretary of and Jackson Mahon an independ They may have to mark down ture Ezra Taft Benson his ent film producer about produc sharply the price tags on some i to refuse loans to rural tlon anfllm called Cuba Rebel Pending bills or risk vetoes whrh and electric cooperatives u A u NatlonaJ Film Board now have little hope of overj The 274 Democrats and 6 Re charged the producers had u Ke ed shooting without the boards They will have to be a little F xP T JiT xswrsrss iho tad surrainded ja Education s t TU rJ L building and brought tear gas aftment reported Onion See SchoolpLe T l Dayer reCeiving the alarm Wini The the no rf Page 4 Col 1 tw ties are sponsored by the Inograd dead from wounds in about 30 miles from at eating inter in the i proposals aimed tension Ruling however have attempted in every j way to counteract the Soviet I n Unions peace initiatives sparingj no efforts in their attempts to I creation of a favorable Man Injured At Waterman ograd dead from wounds in highway about 30 miles from Pannmuer crea chest and head Hart died shortly ama City The government spokes atmosphere for talks between alter he was removed to a hospiman said no contact is expected Fast and V urn s tal for treatment of a bullet several hours thf rf Connor Jr39 the right temple A 38caliber re We are optimistic about reachturn S iL Ave is listed volver with at least five shots fired ing a settlement within a few tn vain I was found near him Loss Jolt Causes Demos To Check Plans Former Local Pastor Dies J HI Mil days said a spokesman for the forces in e trying to ead the threat to the world capable the of i jury he received in a victory for President Eisenthe ineir inability to upset an Eisen hower a hower Demo1 The House refused by vote of Rev Edwin Holt Hughes former pastor of the First Metho dist Church in Indiana passed away last Sunday night in Sara nac Lake Hospital it was He has never by the Gazette today overridden He was the minister of the lo had hoped to slap cal church from 1934 through 1937 at the same The 62yearold reverend was bility to work I dean of students at Paul Smiths will on legislation deCollege near Saranac at the Presidents objections of his death approval of the script Flynn said he was not production connected with the more reasonable after what hap pened yesterday in the commented House Republican j Leader Charles A Halleck of In rt K m u thev esaen of the re HSt quired two thirds Four Demo crats joined 142 Republicans in voting to support Eisenhowers Last year he was Association of of New York to his1 Inside The Gazette NATIONAL The beginning of an era on the Great Lakes is the topic of Bruce Blossats column today on page 6 The JSTC Golf Team won its eighth victory in a row yesterday This and other sports on pages 18 and ly in auuiuuu 10 ilia development housing college duties had also been serv LI to i Other Features community facilities and aid depressed areas for ing as pastor of Bloomingdale Methodist Church He was the son hurcli Nc KUIturiul Suciel Spurts TVKudiu 4 111 18lti ili WEATHElt Store HO 35281 32xi Fair and cool tonight Low 35 to 43 Variabl cloudiness and warm Saturday with scattered alteriioon and evunijjg High 70 to 78 i about on Route 56 According to the State Police from the Indiana substation the car headed east on Route 56 left the right side of the road on a curve skidded sideways into the guard rail throwing OConnor to the highway Damage to the car was es timated at Two cars collided four miles south of Clarksburg on Legislative Route 32002 State Police report about 12 10 this morning According to the police a car operated by Martha Wargo 51 Iselin pulled ojit oj fee Federal Laboratory parking lot path of a car driven by E Casciere 23 Tunaeltpjj No one was sai4 Total damage to thf two cara estimated at   

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