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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family would W tetter dft iff thty didnt have much patience Wi Volume Pages fii Thursday May 7 1959 Two 2040100 Woman Injured Y IVV In Blairsville Fall By FRANCIS STILLEY JWESTBUJIY N Y AP large industrial building Blairsville Fall BLAIRSVILLE Af 2yearbld Blairsville woman found early yesterday along the railroad tracks near the Market underpass is in fair condition today in Latrobe Hospital Borough Police said Mrs Mary Danko 199 E Brown appar ently fell from the street lever on to the tracks where she was dis M AIXVA liJ AQJ W Li 1 A Cl Mi3 U1OV being erected by scores of covered by a nearby resident workers collapsed with an MrsDanko suffered possible ear shattering roar shortly fractures of the spine and right before 11 a m today ankle as well as multiple cuts ot At least one man was sd a number injured and an Pollce Chief John Larkin said estimated 20 trapped in the e elderly woman fell approxi wreckage rr mately 30 feet onto the tracks of rescue work rushed to the scene and tore at the mounds of twist ad steel girxlers and splinter ad planking with bare hands iri an effort to free trapped laborers j Q For a time shrieks and cries I UflXV arose from the heap of rubble on the floor of the onestory buildCooperation between the State Police from the Indiana substa Cranes also were sped to the and Indiana Borough Police jjjfe to hoist heavier segments andrChief Harry H Owens and Ser permit rescue teams Cf Sullinger is cred derneath vith the apprehension File HitRun Charge Oh JUDGEMOTHER Judge Jen nie Loitman Barron above has been named American Mother of the Year Mrs Barron judge of the Massachusetts Superior Court and mother of three chil dren is known throughout Bos ton as thejudge with a Selection was by the American Mothers Committee Inc NEA Telephoto e i u in ll I Eight or more were known io be Chief Owens said this afternoon in hospitals he is fiiinng charges for hit and The buildings was tinder conrun againnst Benjamin Paul struction Westbury Indus trial Park about 30 miles east of New York City on Long Island The steel framework had been fected and roofing brick finishing work were under way The structure 200 feetlong and Una 29 Putixsutawney MEDIA Pa Kelly MushoutnVYUCY The charge Jhe first air hero ol leged accident on NorthSixth St WQTr beside the Indiana County Court house on May 5 C Police said a car parked by Mrs Arthur Ackerson Marion Center 150 feet wide was to house an was struck by a car that electronics firm failed to stop A short timelater A steel girder in the roof was State Police stopped Gallina on believed to have way 119 north of Indiana and ing the avalanche of steel and j questioned him concerning dam tn f Q II M wood to fall As many as 100 workmen were believed tohave been on the job on the roof When the crash came with little 91 no wtfrmag there was a wild scramble Some escaped One meu had left the building an instant before the collapse See Col 4 ages to his car Because no complaint of a hit andrun had beeniiled by that time the police were not able to hpld Gallina After the report of the incident police were able to use their evidence to make the charge against the Punxsutavvney man 7 Damage to the Ackersori vehicle was estimated at about and the Gallina vehicle Legion Marks ST LOUIS AP The Ameri 5 canLegion its seed planted in the 20 men formed a unit and the twilight of the First spread the word that a meeting 1 j M 4IlVVUflLK is celebrating its 40th would be held March 15 1919 in World War II is going to Wesi much under his own steam His mother made the firsi Announcement today He might have had the appoint ment by special dispensation is fulfilled a request made by the late President Franklin D Roosevelt 10 days after Pearl Harobr days after the boysfather Capt Colin P Kelly was killed on a Pacific bomb ing mission At Ill was less thann 2 years old In the letter President Roose velt asked whomever might be in the White House in 1956 tocon sider the boy for appointment to the academy Roosevelt spoke of the boy as a young American of goqdly The letter went to the national archives for safekeeping until 1956 The letter theH was sent to President Eisenhower himself a West Pointer Eisenhower looked into the ambitions of the boy who lived with his mother and step father Mr and Mrs J Watson Pedlow in this Philadelphia sub urban area Corky was an honor pupil in the vanunrii Friends School He was With RooseveltJhe prime force an Eagle Scout He was a figure of a youth Yes he was interested in West Point Corky got the news of his ap l nnn tr A POintment on his 19th birthday at service to veterans Some 1000 officers and enlisted Dickinson College in Carlisle Pa the Legion also men flocked to Paris to a caucus where he has been taking a irt f JViarcn ann i aertnn r Paris SecHerter SAYS STEEL INDUSTRY MAY USE MUTUAL ASSISTANCE PLANAR Conrad Cooper ttdJeg U SlStCel COrP3nd thil with gavel bVroreTtart o tenlay s negotiating session with United Steelworkers union He toict newsmen the industry fs considering a mutual assistance plan to share profits if one or more companies are shut down by a strike mstead of the entire industry Donald F Pease assistant to admhf istratwe vice president labor relations S Steel and Frank L right u oteei diioi ncy A n CAP Wircphoto WASHINGTON AP Secretary of State Christian A Herter plans a rnajor bid for public support and under standing tonight on the eve of his trip to the EastWest Geneva conference on Ger many Indications are he will hot spring any big surprises in American policy The speech will be broad iast and telecast at 8 p EST Herter is expected to stress what he regards as the reason ableness of plans for a peace ul solution to the German crisis He is prepared to say that the proposals to be presented to the Soviets at thy foreign ministers parley starting Monday will pro vide a sound framework if the Xeds sinqertljr want to negotiate teenier he is ready to that f AiJLAHASSE Fla jtriy of 18 white ies will not abandon West Berlin indicted four white youths Wednesday for raping a to the Communists just because jslender Moscow demands that Uie West The Jurors heard the 19yearolc i nearly seven hours before filing into a hushec courtroom and handing their presentment to Circuit Judg i Indict 4 ite Itwill be Herters first major appearance b e f ore the public since he took over as secretary of state from John Foster Dulles and he wants to win the publics confidence The secretary leaves Friday aft ernoon for the Geneva meeting with the1 foreign ministers of Brit ain France and the Soviet Union The conference may last a month Herter will stop off at Bonn for unch with German Chancellor tonrad Adenauer Saturday noon He will go on to Geneva that vening Y criticized on of itirtf nationalism governmental meddling and too conven tion March 1517 and the Legion was on its way paratory Corkys mother from her home J t w v Vw But its critics cannot deny the veterans with the pro iifluence and power of the organization Jn St Louis fjji its members Way 6f 1919 the advance cpm 4 tu f a uiuuici irum wr nome In the United foljn made the public dis an intensive camnaitrn lowed an intensive campaign to lllllUCllCC fUFf W4 its members May 6 1919 Army high command provided the spur for the birth of the After Germany had been defeat ed discontent arose in the Ameri ipan Force The war way over and the doughboys want ed to go home The Army high command seek ing to rub out this discontent On the afternoon of May 8th closure in a telephone call to The Associated Press The young man was advised of his future Jn this letter from Eisenhower Through the Department of the I have of your ii j a called the caucus to appointment as a cadet to the UnUel states Military Academy Immediately there was a stamlat West Point Westmoreland Surplus Food Block Market GREENSBURG Pa Westmoreland County surplus food istributors are being held on operating a black mar et with the countys free food llotment Rufus Scholl 60 of Ruffsdale he county surplus food adminis rator and his assistant Frank Diorio 27 of Ligonier were ar ested Wednesday Did Atty Richard McCormick lid the pair had been stealing urplus food for the past year and a half He said they had realized a profit of to W May Walker 0 Only once before ih Florida history a rape drawn such wide v That was itV 1949 when feui Negroes were accused of raping a 17yearold married whiite girl The courtroom gallery was al most filled with Negroes yester day many of whom had kept their segregated seats all but there was no demonstration when Walker Announced the in dictments had been returned White spectators also were silent The four will Fri day and a trial date set They are Patrick G Scarborough Air Force man on leave frbm aft Alaska base Willion T See 4 Col 7 ExVatican Envoy Dies NEW YORK AP Myron C Taylor 85 former chairman of the board of Steel Corp and former presidential representative to the Vatican died Wednesday at his home Taylor retired from gun from herhusband Chief Weaker Sex Not So Weak In Rural Valley RURAL VALLEY A Wyear Old Rural Valley RD 1 man last night learned the weaker sex isnt so weak Frank West is in Arm strong County Hospital today for treatment of head injuries be re ceived as an outgrowth to a family agrumcnt last evening He suffered the injuries when wife wrestled a shotgun from his hands and then hit him over the head with the weapon Rural Police Chief Gil bert James said West went to his home last evening and threat ened the life of his fatherinlaw Thomas Sherwood 84 with the Mrs West stepped into the pic ture though and took the shot at the age or 64 In 1927 as chairman of the firms finance credited among items stolen and sold Me Cormick said In 1939 he appointed by the jlate President Franklin D Roose Steeles Miniature Golf Course as his Phonal envoy to ttfe opening Friday May 8th 7 iVatlcan and the late Pope Pius 225x XI He also acted as former President Harry S Trumans per1 Eagles Party tonite Thurs sons representative to Pope Pius James said the woman then struck her husband over the head with the West was admitted to the hos pital for treatment of cuts arid abrasions of the head Chief Jamessaid West will be sent to when be is discharged from the hospital The police chief said the gun was loaded Victim Still Listed Critical Coughenour 22 of Ar magh remains in con dition at noon today in the Lee Hospital at Johnstown The Armagh man was seriously injured early yesterday morning in a crash near Armagh that killed two other occupants of the car in which the injured man was riding Killed were Cecil Fry 24 Seward RD driver of the sports By NORMAN WALKER NEW YORK Steelworkers U n i p h today charged the steel industry vith violating the antitrust aws and labor relation laws and asked the government to investigate Arthur J Goldberg the unions general counsel said violations are involved in in dustry disclosures of plans it may invoke to deal with a possibly July 1 industry trike Goldberg outlined his charges n letters to Atty Gen Wijliam Rogers and to Jerome D Fen pn general counsel of the Na ional Labor Relations Board NEW YORK AP John F Murray Pittsburgh Steelworkers Jnion official said today the un on is eventually going to win ts demands even if we have to trike to do Murray director of the unions Dist 16 and a cousin of the uri ons late President Philip Mur ay said the public and industry re underestimating the unions olidarity and determination to ain a sizeable wage boost and ther concessions The talks had broken up Wednesday on their ppening day ver a union demand that ut all its plants and subsidiaries nder common contract terms Murray said there are too many varying contracts now The industrialrelations vice presU dMk George Flacus said Jfce tomi seeks separate contracts to fit local situations talksresumed thts with this problem un solved and put aside for further discussion later Murray a onetime official in the United Mirieworkers Union See 4 Col 1 20 Million Ft Gas WellIn ST MARYS Pa new gas well with an estimated flpw of 20 million cubic feetxper day was reported today by Devonian Co The firm said the welj was brought in Wednesday in the Pen field section about 20 miles south of St Marys The gas will be sold hr vi j jt TT 111 Ut OUIU car and Emil Burda also 24 of i to New York State Natural Gas Armagh Co Penfield is in Clearfield Coun ty about midway between St Marys and Clearfield A number of other producing wells have been brought in recent ly in the region The vehicle operated by Fry struck the side of a tractortrail er truck about yesterday morning a mile west of Armagh on Route 22 Big Night For Astaire Show Takes By JAMES BACON See Awards List Page 20 HOLLYWOOD AP Fred As aire and his first big show for television danced nimbly away Wednesday night with Emmy within reach just about summed up the llth Annual TV Emmy Awards show Astaire or his show won for most outstanding single program Inside The Gazette An Evening With Fred As taire had been nominated for nine Emmys and won them all But televisions oldtimers took their share of the 42 among them Jack Benny Loretta evwy best special musical or variety jshow one hour long best single j performance by an actor best di rection of a single musical or var iety program best writing of a single musical or variety pro gram best live camera work best art director best mu sical contribution and best chore pede to elect him his permanent have of course promptly resigned Roosevelt was said to have felt that the Legion would be hurt by 20 National Guard and Rej having a person with such a well I by President Roosevelt in which as a token of esteem for your See 4 Col 3 officers to a Paris meeting aimed at finding ways to end the soldiers grumbling There was talk and some recommendations known name as his at its helm Finally elected chairman was Henry D Lindsley of Texas Large selection of Mothers Day flowers Lous Fruit Market 225x The lesion was chartered by Steeles Miniature GoJf Course But some officers were thinkingAct of Congress and the charter opening Friday 7pm farther was held in Mianeai 225x One was Lt Col Theodore poJis Nov J0J2 1919 j nnnairos mm Make reservations now foi 226xR was Roosevelt son of the 26th i this Saturday wUll Make reservatlpjis now for Moth President JLoosevelt had been return to downtown St Louis to a er s Day at Ru5tic tliinking ol a veterans organiza Uon long before toehigh moved to sliU the foot sol s plaque utility the Legion was hold rededication ceremonies Hal Boyle writes today about a dog lover living with cats See bis column on editorial page 6 SALTSBUUCi A preview of the Saltsburg Greater County League team is featured in the sports section See pages 22 and 23 Young Dinah Shore Perry Como and Edward R Murrow Omnibus the Hallmark Hall ofj Asaire a star on Broadway Fame Playhouse 90 and the Alwhen he frst came to Hollywood FiveandTen Store VcoaGooiyear theater were winin movies thus accom Indiana will open its remodeled among the big programs plished in his first dancing TV morrow and Saturday business TVs But the the choice was Maverick he r e DS Sar WaS been remodeled on the mterior Asttire who climbed to modern selfservice sta so Umes to t ping and a checkout counter TV6 Emmys Other Features yice The public is invited to inspect lor the last award for the out program of the year show what he had failed to achieve in a quarter Century of moviemaking He received an honorary Oscar about eight years ago for his con tribution to movie musicals but he sadly disclosed that he had never been nominated for any of Jl t EditoHil Kvteit SO S 1 4 Store Furs Call HO 55281 232x Fai and FORECAST u u HiWKiaiij 01 uie ucvci UCCH nuiiimaieu K the new store both tomorrow and thwe was notne on stage to make his movie performances yl presentation They dont give awards for b Wed RouF dub to the Goldi The old pros had things coming Statuette to Astaire their way Jack Benny won two Its a big night for dear old awards as best actor in a comedy as previously scheduled Everyone welcome 224x v j w Astaire breathlessly told aseries and for the best comedy Steeles Miniature Golf Course nationwide television audienceseries Dinah Shore a repeat Hih teees nature o ourse ihfl to 75 May 8th 7 SaW the i JWv over NBCIV was named best actress iu See 4 Col 9   

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