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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of Family It isrtt if Hard to get tip in titt morning wlwft yjitt Mi 225 Twtrtfylour Pages EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Friday May 8 1959 Two Sections Survived Oct A Of Fire STRONGSTOWN Elizabeth Kinter the 13yearold girl who last October survived the Four fire which claimed the lives of her parents ahd six brothers and sisters is homeless again Fire Wednesday destroyed the home of her grandfather Blair Lamer near Strongstown where she had been living since the tragedy last fall It was the second misfortune to beset the girl in three weeks as her grandmother Mrs Lamer passed away Apr 16 Elizabeth her grandfather and an uncle Dalvin Lamer occu pants of the Strongstown area house were not at homev when fire broke out in the structure about v Nanty Glo and Vintondale volun teer firemen were summonedto the scene but the fire was out of control and leveled the frame building Included in the loss were all of the familys possessions The alarm was turned in by a neighbor Edith Kendra Elizabeth was visiting the Kendras when the blaze was discovered Fireman set the1 loss at They centered their efforts around the Kendra home less than 150 feet keep flames from spreading to that building Firemen used water from booster tanks and later from nearby farm dam to wet down the Kend ra property The Lamer house was owned by Tony Oros Strongstown Accord ing to a preliminary investigation neither Orbs nor Lamer had in surance to cover the Firemen added that the Amerir can Red Cross and Salvation Army have rendered emergency aid to the Lamers and the Kinter girl Elizabeth is fto stranger to the devastationor October 0 blaze pouched off by a kerosene explosion roared througH her Mine Twenty Four home near Clymeri Burned todeath in the holocaust were her parents and five brothers and sisters Another sister suc combed to extensive burns in In diana Hospital Elizabeth the only survivor es caped uninjured by crawling was anthrough a coal chute in the base the ment ELIZABETH KINTER homeless again Link Smoking Jo Cancer of Lung irf YORK AP Another ijfnedical report Unking lungcan cer with smoking says the total smoking a person does is the im portant factor not the period of consumption The new report covering a sev year period and involving 500 Kg cancer victims nounced Thursday by DIES Ike May Nix Summit Meet If Soviets Turn Over E Berlin WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower will re fuse to go to a summit con ference if the Soviets carry out their threat to turn East Berlin over to the East Ger He will take the same stand if the Soviets sign a separate peace treaty with puppet East Germany Any such onesided Soviet action in the next few weeks undoubtedly would wreck the Big Four foreign isters conference due to begin in Geneva Monday Thfs American attitude became known authoritatively a few hours before4 Secretary of State Chris tian A Herters scheduled takeoff for preconference strategy talks with the British and French for STILL Tony Moncrief coos contentedly from his Memphis hospital bed despite the confinement of traction his legs Tonys leg when his 5yearold brother fell while holding him He is the son of Mr and Mrs E G Moncrief of Mississippi A AP WivephotQ Trio Takes Poll ce ion Take Th em Public Health Service and American Cancer Society Eight of the patients were non smokers Nineteen smoked pipes or cigars Most of the 473 cigarette smok ers had smoked at least packs in their lifetime This averaged outto a pack a day a 25year period or two cks a day for years The total number of packs smoked during life is the jmport ant variable and it makes no dif ference whether the total effect was accumulated over a short or long period of the report said The study was made by Dr Herbert L Lombardand Dr Leonid S Snegireff of the Massa setts Department of Public alth The report also said the study not prove causation but it is highly suggestive and no evi dence has been presented that dis proves such an the No cause has been listed for Wednesdays blaze Those starting to while young the report said are slight ly more liable to lung cancer than those smoking the same total aft er a later start V Hartnett Chairman or the Tobacco Industry Research Committee commented that in spite of persistent experiments no or clini cal evidence exists to prove that cigarette smoking causes cancer His statement added Pgh Paratroop Cancel led PITTSBURGH A sched uled mass parachute jump by some 700 men of the 101st Air borne Division was cancelled to day because of high winds Army and Air Force officials said the big training exercise has been rescheduled for 9 Sat urday Notice Eagles Saturday May 9th Music by Rhythm to Blue 226x Store Furs Call HO 55281 232x Coed In Vain TryfoSave Shark Victim SAN FRANCISCO AP A gritty toed swam out into the Pacific Ocean Thursday and tugged ashore a youth who had been fatally wounded by a shark Albert Kogler who kdied 1 hours after had first warned Shirley ONeill to the beach by yelling its a shark go back go back But when he cried for help the attractive brunette swam back and pulled Kogler back to Baker Beach just west of the Golden Gate Bridge Both were students at San Fran ciscp State College and both just US Rejects Red Protest OnNArms WASHINGTON Unit ed States rejected today the So viet Unions protest against moves to provide nuclear weapons and missiles to some Atlantic Pact countries A formal note delivered in Moscow brushed asidevthe Soviet claim that such moves represent an American effort to wreck the Big Four foreign ministers meet ing due to begin in Geneva Mon day Secretary of State Christian A Herter will go to the Geneva conv ference the note said with a full Kogler was conscipus but desire to make every effort to mcherent wnen sPetl to Letter L man A rm lIrtcrtital urUafa Via rlimJ TRENTON N J Tippedoff police hid out of the way while burglers robbed almost a mil lion dollars in gems and furs from the hotel apartment of bankersocialite Mrs Mary G Roebling Then the burglary complete detectives arrested two of the gang as they stepped out of the hotel elevator ladened with the loot A third was arrested outside in a getaway car New York cops had been tailing the burglars since Feb 2 and had followed them here by car Thurs 18 Wng it to a fruitful conclusion Hospital where he died The note called on the Kremlinof shock and loss of blood desplte leaders to display the same attiemerfiencv surgery Doctors said tude in accordance with the many lis left early ripped Soviet public protestations of such shouldeLr and he had a desire gashes on his neck right The American note was in and bacuk ply to a Soviet protest sent April The pair nad Sone ff a late 21 afternoon dip on an unusually In their note the Soviets warm day and were treadine the charged that in advance of the water when the youth scfeamed Geneva meeting the United States I hl was stepping up nuclear and MlS5 Nei1 a San Franciscan rocket arming of certain Northisaid she recalled seeing a heavy Atlantic bloc member Large selection of Mothers Day flowers Lous Fruit Market 225x dark body break the surface near Kogler Chamber To Support i ISTCDrrye Indiana Chambeiybf Commerce last night said it will lend a hand to the Indiana State Teachers Col lege drive for the of a new athletic field Meeting in the chamber offices here the board of directors ap pointed a committee to explore the possibility of helping to su pervise the raising of as the communitys allotment in the college project College authorities have estab lished a goal of for the development of the new athletic field at Eleventh and Glass Streets The campaign thusfar has net ted from the Student Co operative Association student con tributions alumni alumni units foundations and friends of the Of this has been contributed in cash and pledged to the drive day afternoon Inspector Raymond Maguire chief of the New York Safe and Loft Squad said he was tipped off trips activities back in January little old lady Ive known 25 He did not identify the woman but said she was the mother of a man put to death in a Western gas chamber for murder commit ted during a jewel robbery The inspector said the woman knew one of the men involved in the Roebling robbery and in See 4 Col 7 Defense DONALD A QUARLES dies In sleep eign ministers Herter himself already has served notice that the Soviets must match concession for con cession to end the danger of war Even as Herter arranged to leave the three allies were re See 4 Col 2 Crowd For LOS ANGELES New York YankeeLos Angeles Dodg ers major league exhibition base ball game Thursday night for the benefitx of Roy Campahella was in the best tradition of movietown stupendous colossal A turnaway crowd of paid largbst ever to see a base ball Campy a thun derous ovation when he was wheeled onto the diamond at Me morial Coliseum is something Ill never the iformer Dodger star catcher said over a loudspeaker I thank God that I am here liv ing to see it Thanks a It was a night of emotion and of sentiment for those who saw the game won by the Yankees G2 Outside it was with the cops called to break up a dis turbance among the who had lined up to buy general admission seats It was estimated that Campy 37 injured in an automobile acci dent near his Long Island home over a year ago would re ceiVe in the neighborhood of the receipts NJ Printing FirmDrotps Harold Gross NEW New Jer sey printingfirrA is dropping from its payroll convicted extortionist Harold Gross as a result of Wash ington testimony that he extract ed thousands of dollars from the company and New York news papers to maintain labor peace Officials of the Neo Gravure Printing said they would act today to end payments to Gross which they told Senate investigators totalled more than in the past 14 years Gross has been on com pany payrolls as a shipping department foreman Testimony before Senate rackets probers indicated he dtd no actual work In addition to Jiis listed weekly salary Gross was paid month secretly the com panys vice president and general manager Charles E Chenicek said Chenicek also said the compa ny had been forced to put four of his relatives on the payroll along with Gross paying them a total of over the 14 years He said the future of Gross relatives with the firm will be decided on their merit Gross is president of the Team sters Union Local 320 in Miami Fla WASHINGTON Deputy Secretary of Defense Donald A engineer businessman and second rank ing civilian in the Pentagon since 1957 died unexpectedly today He was 64 A chauffeur sent to Queries borne to drive him to an early morning television broadcast was unable to rouse him A relative and officials were summoned quickly and Eorts were made to revive lim Apparently he had been dead for some hours how ever The cause of was not im mediately established Quarles was alone in his home at the time Mrs Quarlea in Chicago He had attended a ner Thursday night and friends said he showed no sign of illness when he left about 11 Quarles frequently had been acting civilian chief during ab sences of secretary Neil H Me Elroy He had been mehtioned as a possible successor to McElroy7 who has announced he is leaving late this year If MeElroy should go ahead with his plans to one name in speculation will be that of Wjl fred J McNeil assistant secre tary of defense specializing in money matters McNeil came to the Pentagon in 1948 under the late Secretary James Fprrestal Another in County Man Injured Today Robert Gordon Williams 2G Home received a laceration of the head early this morning when he apparently fell asleep at the wheel of the car he was operating near Indiana causing the vehicle to crash into two trees State Police from the Indiana substation report Wflliams trav eling north on South Sixth St ex tension about a mile from Indi ana ran off the highway on a curve in the road about to day Damage to the car was esti mated at about Williams was treated as an out patient at the Indiana Hospital officials said Pa Fish Unit Director Indiana County Fishing Lake Plan Developing I saw Albert struggle and he n Discussing its role in the fund Director William Voigt of the Commission Director Voigl exiproject is realized is a zoning OO wslknH MA nUA TT L t Wi itinrr 1 n 11 See 4 Col 2 Make reservations now for Moth ers Day at Rustic Lodge 226xR Large selection of Mothers Day tlowers Lous FruH Market 225x Sieelcs Miniature Golf Course g Friday May 8th 7 225ac Inside The Gazette WHS TAKES Indiana Joint High School placed first in the county track meet last night See details and other winners on pages 18 and 19 BOYLE New York is the subject of Hal Boyles Column today on edi tonal page drive chamber of commerce offi cials pointed out that no specif Pennsylvania Fioh some optimism concern visited Indiana County yesterday j ing this development stating it Unavail Spodafora To Annapolis ty and area sportsmen the Board able technical help to make re of County Commissioners memquired surveys for num jbers of the chamber of commerce j ber of such lakes being studied and others interesced a the esi makes it impossible to move con tablishment of a fjshiijg lake for struction time up to an earlier the area The meeting was held in the of An Indiana High School seniorfices of the chamber of commerce he said Mr Voigt emphasized the fact that such a dam and lake with today was named to enter the A visit was later made to a site I picnic grounds could be provided United States Naval Academy at on Big Yellow Creek at the Coy Annapolis it was announced Bridge which has been given at noon today in Washington by Congressman John P Saylor priority by county sportsmen The site under consideration is Recipient of the appointment to the Coy farm in CherryhiU Town the academy is Charles A Spadaship It has a total o 196 acres exclusively by fish license money restriction limiting land uses to desirable development within an area feet beyond the perim eter pf the lake Attorney Gilbert will be See Deputy ofFred Seaton a Initial Steel t Talks NEW YORK nego tiatorstoday concluded con structive initial contract talks and announced they would get down to giveandrtalqe bargaining Monday They said separate negotiations which have been going on this week by 12 steel companies with the Steelworkers Union would be replaced beginning next week by industrywide negotiations A fourman union team headed by USW President David J Mc Donald will meet Monday after noon to start crucial talfcs with a fourman industry committee headed by R Conrad Cooper Steel Corp executive vice presi dent Cooper told reporters in a joint conference with McDonald that the plan to streamline the negotiations reflects on both sides to get on with the work McDonald agreed and pledged union cooperation to try tq nego tiate agreements ahead of the June 30 expiration of present pacts First the union demanded that the Justice department and Na tional Labor Relations Board probe for possible antitrust and labor law violations in what the union called company profitpool ing and lockout plans in case of a strike Denying a management con spiracy steel producers said that ii anything needs federal investi gation it is the concentration of power in the union which is what gives rise to the problems of in dustry Later R Coarad Cooper chief negotiator for the Steel and Union President David J McDonald agreed that more y i T vj v i j i j Parnell indicated that he will prefrofgjess wuld be made n pare such n ordinance before current Contracts nt expire June JO if we work at it supervisors of Cherryhill Town ship He is loing so in response Prvately and to a suggestion of Mr Voigt thatl said Wednesday that he steel firms were considering rvlanc fn itn it be done William G Buchanan member of General Assembly representing Indiana County who was also pre sent at the Chamber of Commerce No other state funds are tapped meeting explained what had been for this type of construction Only other money which would be used done to et up the legal structure in the Assembly for the pro as a small percentage of the cost posed State Park arid Lake on of is money obtained Yellow Creek below Highway Rt Alfddini Lamp Bustueks Mirror Cburcb K 3 S8 Cinnlci 20i I CrvtswvrUs 6 Note 10 1811 16 son of Mr and Mrs Cecil all of which has been optioned by j from federal funds created by ex422 The Fish Dam site is above 349 Douglass Ave He the Fish Commission Additional j cise taxes on fishing tackle and Route negotiation j sportsmens paraphernalia This is I He Senator Arthur Kromer Wi1 Cnter Naval Academy on acreaSe is also WEATHER cool today and frost juy 7 at present there reason tojso small a percenfage of the postjhave introduced bills in the Legis Complete details on Congressbelieve it too can be optioned for of such dams that it is a nega1 lature creating guch a recreation man Saviors announcement will a fish lake 2nd recreation coaisideration Park the money for which would he published in Indibringing the total acreage to about Another requirement which come from natural gas royalties aaa Evening Gazette acres i would be imposed il and when the ion State lands plans to combat any dividg and conquer strike strategy the un ion might employ Cooper denied an assertion by Union Counsel Arthur J Goldberg that the in dustry was consideringa profit sharing plan in event of a partial strike Among specific devices under See SteelPage 4 Col 3 Steeies Miniature Course opening Friday May 8th 7 Steeies Miniature Golf Course opening Friday May 8th 7   

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