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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana Counly That Ser vet Every Member of the Family Theres itfttfcie itteiNi whch t titan fives his wife everything credit cati buy Vdume Sixticn Pages EDITION Indiana Saturday May Two Stctiortt 1ST Dead In 40 More Recovered By JOSEPH E DYNAN CAIRO Egypt ers and navy frogmen today recovered 40 more bodies from the sunken hulk of the riverboat D a n d a r a which capsized Friday with a holi day picnic crowd of about 300 aboard These were in addition to 10 bodies found Friday night Police said at least 95 per sons still are unaccounted for placing the probable toll at 150 The victims mostlywomen and children drowned when the heav ily loaded craft sprang a leak and sank about six yards offshore the victims were trapped beneath decks amid wild confu sion The tragedy occurred as the 200ton doubledecker craft char tered by the Agricultural Engi neers neared the Nile del ta picnic grounds about eight miles north of Cairo Police estimated 100 were saved but thenumber lost may never be known for the outing tickets were in foUhily blocks Whole fami lies frowned together A government commuhique gave no clue to the cause of the disaster Agricultural Minister Sayed Marei described it as a human and economic tragedy because those drowned include the best of our agricultural engineers One of the first to reach the ajscene was President Gamal Ab Nasser bf the United Arab Re public who personally directed the rescue of some passengers si niggling in the water The Dandara was headed for Garden Park a Charter County UF Meeting A charter meeting assembly for the Indiana County United Fund will convene Monday night May 11 at Rustic Lodge begin ning at oclock Representatives of various In diana County Communities have been invited to attend Mondays meeting Dr Ralph W Huntsman vice president of the Jeannette Unit ed Fund will be the speaker Huge Fire In Baltimore Warehouse BALTIMORE I fire early today turned a sprawl ing grocery warehouse into a mass of charred rubble with damJ death In his sleep Fri ageestimated at from one to one dayv set off speculation as to who and million dollars Wl11 move into nis No2 in picked up a r PLENTY ON DIAMOND Former President Harry S Truman subject arid pbtnts toward photographer during 75th birthday of Texas Truraan vtjitlV tw6 Volumes Formal indentation was made at dinner which followed coastctocoast closed pircuit television some persons paid tribute to Truman at various din nersHhrougliout the nation AP Wirephoto k I r J c I i Nationwide oa I ute ToMSTbnBir MakePgh Jump Safely grounds at the Nile Delta Bar rage dam eight miles down stream from Cairo One of the rescued was Ahmed NEW AP The nation saluted Parry S Truman on his 75th birthday Friday night coasttocoast party where little man from Missouri heard himself described as a man who grew to greatness PITTSBURGH i troopers of the Division AP Para 101 st Airborne to earth Quarles Coronary Victim By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP The unexpected death of Dei puty Secretary of Defensel Donald A Quarles was attrif buted today to a heart ail ment i The Pentagon said a post morten report from Walter Reed Army Medical Center said the 64yearold official was stricken by obstructive coronary This is a narrowing of the blood ves sels of the heart which in ef fect shuts t off the blood sup ply to the heart muscle About 55 pieces of equipment were called to the onestory ware hbuse of the B Green i Co Hun dreds of firemen fought the blaze through the early morning hours control but not uritil lapsed and the Yti The former in dustry official had been mentioned prominently as a possible replace ment for Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy whcrhad told hower he wanted leaVe his post late this i year ocrats had looked on Quarlis as ered thevruhble like a Crinkled one of the administration officials blanket I who had resisted their demands Police and members of the arfor more spending to close the son squad became suspicious ofmissile gap with the Soviets the presence of the 10yearold Ne gro boy about 4 When he gave evasive answers they took him to district police headquar ters After questioning there they said the lad had given an account of the burning About he said he The tributes came from Democrats and Republi cans w andconservatives the great the notgreat friends Talaat secretary of the agriculfamily and old rivals There was song and laughter and engineers syndicate which Truman himself almost lost his glasses laughing at comedian When it was all over the usual jly voluble Truman admitted he was at a loss for words I dont know what there is to he said No man in my recollection has had a treat such as you have given me tonight I cant talk organized the excursion for the Moslem Friday Sabbath Another survivoj Dr Abdel Moneim Mekky saved his 6year old daughter Magda but his wife and three other children drowned Dr Mekky in describing the confusion as the small boat be 1 1 j T 1HV 4 b gan sinking said he saved a olitics under House Siding Co Leaves Borough After Hearing Burgess G W Marbach report ed today that an aluminum siding company from Pittsburgh was ask ed to leave Indiana yesterday fter questioning by police officials ere The Burgess pointedout that the contract offered to a local resi dent for new siding on a home did not protect the buyer In addition the J H Satzman Co representa tives did not have a permit to do business in the borough After questioning by the police the siding company employes re turned a payment made by an m resident for new house sid jdiana ing ng Reports have also been received by local police the Burgess said of another company operating in White township that is also mis representing their business Area citizens should be on the alert he warned for outofborough companies that dont offer the security of locally establishec firms Did Astaire Deserve Top Acting Role ately launched a simulated attack to knock out a missile center Thousands of persons lined roads and hillsides around the Woodville State Farm in Pitts burgh to watch the in connection with the Pittsburgh bicentennial celebration Some 750 paratroopers made the jump with Col Gordon Kimbreil commander of the 326th Group of the lOIst Division leading the way A few paratroopers hit hard btit no one was reported injured The mass jump originally sched was looking for canned goods that might have spilled on theground at the warehouses loading plat forms He added he was playing with matches t One of the matches dropped on some loose paper on a platform and spread to a nearby stack of wooden skids used for handling like always Then he smiled as he admitted that he might take a hand 1958 televisions best performbreeze began blowing HOLLYWOOD Calif uled for morning when moved to a strong ance by an actor Kimbreil folded his parachute 1960 Its in my blood I cant help He didnt elaborate His birthday party was marked H a roundabout wayhi taking onert Ed Sullivan posed this question and watching his troops coming by 66 parties in cities across the ia blast Friday at WWnes country Sixteen of them were days Emmy awards linked by closedcircuit television tne best jumps the group has par ticipated Later he said Astaire received seven majorJ was really a good It on the advice of technically was It had been the impression of these Democrats that McElroy leaned heavily Quarles who more familiar with details of the defense program than almost any other official McElroy told repprters Friday Quarles death will have to be another factor in considering what I will He said it will be a good many months before the See 2 Col 4 cartons He tried to put out the fire by PI KG PRETAKEOFF TALK Secre tary of State Christian Herter talks to newsmen today before boarding his plane for a Big Four foreign minister confer ence atGeneva He plans to stop first Secretary ofSta West Gerrnah Chancellor Konrad Adenaue6 AP Wirephoto Early Round Qf Golf For Eisenhower GETTYSBURG Pa AP Grumbling a bit about his stiff old he made practice swings President Eisenhower set out early this morning on a round of goif The President complained also that he had having trouble with hisilpng game He remarked about ions Gen It to his golfing compan George E Allen and Brig Arrthur S Nevins retired throwing sand on it When theand twotractortrailers piled up BEDFORD Pa autoas he stepped up to the first tee Heads Red Delegation Of17Men By DAVE MASON GENEVA AP Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei jfromyko arrived today for next weeks Big Four foreign ministers meeting He declar ed that we shall make every effort for this conference to be crowned with Gromyko first of the for eign ministers to reach here for Mondays conference opening was greeted by a big turnout i of Soviet bloc diplo mats Stepping from a gleaming white turboprop plane at the head of a 17man delegation Gromyko re peated Soviet assertions that the most urgent problems for the con ference are a peace treaty with Germany and liquidation of the Allied occupation in Berlin It is for a positive solution of these important questions that the Soviet delegation has arrived he said Our intentions are serious We shall make every effort for this conference to be crowned with success The Soviet government is con fident that at present there exist the necessary conditions to prer ent war and insure a lasting The Communists appeared in a onfident mood and Western dip omatic sources were rather pes imistic Western sources cau oned against raising high hopes or success of the conference f They pointed to the outsetoh as edure The Western Jowers have pre lared a package plan The Soy ets want priority for Berlin and i German peace treaty Theyob ect to bringing in Western plans or German unification and Eu opean security at the same time See 2 Col 1 Conflicting Reports On kissing Ship PERTH Australia se ies of conflicting distress messages suppos dly from a small sailing vessel ed some rescue workers today to wonder if the whole thing is a blaze continued to spread he ran to a nearby small hill and watched on the Pennsylvania Turnpike about 6 miles west of the Bedford It was a cool day but clear and sunny Eisenhower was up by 7 at his the arrival of the first fire today killing an Ohio mountain top retreat at Camp gines housewife and injuring three otherl David in the Catoctin Mountains Then he came down and B around the fringe of the flled was 0 r mik of Parma Ohio She was an tors until he was picked up of Maryland where he and Allen Mrs Lillian Humeare spending the weekend By they had motored j occupant in a car operated by MI ine boy lives about two miles Ronaid A judsonj 23 from the warehouse He is aland ward of the Welfare Aiso hurt was Judsons wife Garbed in the 25 miles to the Gettysburg of Cleve Country Club where Nevins was waiting tan slacks and a white sports shirt His 80yearold foster father Diana and Mrs Humemiks hus1 shortsleeved with whom he stays reported him i band Frank 21 All were taken j Eisenhower limbered up for 1 missing at 3 to Bedford County Memorial Hosjminutes with practice wood am Officers said the child would be pital with concussions and laceriron shots That was when he re charged with being a delinquent lations marked about his stiff old bones Here in New York House said Sullivan in New Speaker Sam Rayburn DTex i and certainy deserved told him Harry history is going S1X of them to be kind to you They are goingj We would like to see the ballots Only landed 15 of outside the the paratroopers by 700 foot drop area on the farm Col John Roche commander of to forget the few times that you which bypassed Paul Muni Rod air operations at the Greater have not taken dead aim but haveiSteiger Mickey Rooney and othj Pittsburgh Airport said the drop shot from the hip They are genuine actors and finewas the first one to be allowed to remember you for the things you have great ones Sullivan One of the most dramatic Academy of Television Arts ments came when Eleanor Rooge arid Sciences said the ballots velt described the April day inshould be impounded and counted 1945 when she told Vice President In Hollywood Astaire would say i by the Defense Department away a trustee of the Nafrom a military reservation The paratroopers jumped in full battle uniform and 25 minutes aft ei the fjrst man pulled his cord the unit was assembled and mov See 2 Col 2 j only I dont know anything ing on the simulated missile ob Billion Humphrey Urges Huge AidforPeace Plan WASHINGTON n f Dance tomte Sat tfx See Page 2 Col 3 1 f innojective manned by reserve units bert Hunipn J Churchman Dies GROVE CITY Pa AP Thej moderator of the newlyformed Shenango Presbytery of the UnitJ ed Presbyterian Church of United States died at his home Thursday He was Dr Homer B Henderson Inside The Gazette COUNTY LEAGUE The Greater Indiana County Baseball League opens tomorrow with a full slate See sports pages 10 and 11 THE LIGHTER Jerry Bennett presents his weekly report on the lighter side of the Washington scene See page 6 Other Feafures AUddint Ccmlci Cromwordf 15 1114 K18 14 Editorial Uvgpital Votei to our he They have set authoritarian It was taken in 10 minutes TT DMinn c wiil Jaugh off this our IhrouS The troops and officers States oLeTes We mu here from their station at Ft immediately launch a grand dei I propose that we set the goals j demonstrate the superiority of th ifli ariv n CM Campbell to participate the bicentennial event in sign for seven year plan which are the of our and that we 11 ttc uic auuci iwi iiy i price o methodsas the S feedonl nd democracy Humphrey said that Soviet Rus owi strongeran I UIVCO WAVERLY N Y mo torcycle struck a rnailbos a tree and a house Friday killing Ern est T Anderson 44 of Say re 1 and Floyd Gardner 29 of One goal would technical meet said Humphrey an land economic aid to free peoplesADA vice chairman and possible sja js jto cost at least 14 billion dollars j contender for the I960 Democratjtherefore I or 2 billions a year for 7 years JC presidential nomination abundant evidence of what h need may last for ADA describes itself an indejtermed the solid and substantia Humphrey said I pendent organization of political performance and plans of the So Other goals he said would beliberals with a membership of economy and the Soviet mi winning a just and durable peace1000 in 39 states and realization of dignity well I do not propose that we imij In spite of the President being and equality of rights for tate the Soviet its soothing Humphrey add 15 a Make reservaUons now tor Moth1 rs Day at RusUg WEATHER Increasing cloudiness and somewhat warmer tonight Low in thj Sunday rattier cloudy f am likely and continued mild Waverly every American goals or its there are welldocumente The accident happened about a keynote speech said jdoubts about our milicar miles west of this Chemune Coun prcpa 1ith annual con propose that as they have i strength now and in the future snort ty village Both men were ridine ventlon of the Americans for set their goals for the triumph of i In international pclties an 7 the cycle 6 Democratic Action said the Soj communism we set our goals for diplomacy by our dogged defens Iviets had put this country on nothe triumph of communism wejof the status quo we have allowe Notice Eagles notice with a sevenyear plan inset our goals for the preservation ourselves to be outrnaueuvered i Dance Saturday May 9th Music coromunsms competition with of peace and security and for theEurope leapfrogged in the Middl by Rhythm in Blue 226X capitalism extension of human freedom andEast and seriously challenged i i we have laughed off fiveyearindividual welfare everywhere on Asia and even in our own hemi Store Furs Call HO 55281 232x plans and sevenyear plans in 1 Theater Town 1 loax While the radio messages have ome in clearly search planes and craft have found no trace of he ketch which was supposed to in distress off Port Hedland n northwestern Australia The radio messages said two ouples were aboard the ketch Marie One message said that two women and a man were seriously 11 A priest the Rev Fihbar OSuIlivan flew over the area 7riday and administered last rites o the three But he said he saw no trace of the ketch which first began sending out distress calls hree days ago The latest distress message said wo women and the man were clinging to a half sunken dinghy on the reefs near Port Hedland The fourth member of the par y a man had a broken leg and was trying to swim ashore this message said This rafeed a question Were the three in the halfsunken din ghy able to send such clear sig nals under such conditions with a portable transmitter This message followed one ear lier in the morning saying the four had transferred to an open boat and were trying to make land Search planes sped otit tfl the area but could find no open boat Previous messages said one of the women had appendicitis the other had collapsed one man was ill with influenza and the other was exhausted Nothing was said then about a broken leg Despite press and broadcast ap peals no one has come forward to say he has relatives sailing on P ketch named Marie Even their names were not known The home port of the ketch could not be determined The story has been pieced to gether from messages picked up by the radio base of the Flying Doctor Service at Port Hediand pm E 931 Dining room onea Sunday May 10 226x8 Dance touite Sat UK   

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