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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana CetiiHy Trouble etti etrtne fromletting i MM drive new car or from refusing to tether That Every Member af the ndiand P6hnsy1vania Monday May II 1959 Alerd Storms njured In US W Asks More Pay Less Hours HOMER Braughler 32yearold Homer found hanged last night in his cell at Western State Penitentiary Pittsburgh where hes was servirig a jl year burglary and parole violation Prison officials said Braughler used a sheet to himself hang Auditors File I Report Here Today P The auditors report for the re ceipts and expenditures of Indi ana County for 1958 was filed to day in the office of the County Prothonotary Expenditures for year ac cording to the report are listed as Receiptsfor the same period are listed as The balance of as of Jan 2 1958 reduced to at the t A v A PITTSBURGH AP The He was found by S Weather Bureau today during a routine inspection of issued severe st6ni tne cells for parts of western Pennsyl Braughler was committed lo vania close of last the report year according to the prison for robbery on June 23 1952 and paroled Sept 3 1957 He was returned to prison April 2 1959 for violation of parole arid committed to the prisons diag nostic center Braughler was sentenced from Indiana County Court on three counts of larceny and receiving stolen goads Records show that he and two other men from the Homer City Indiana area stripped at least four cars and removed equip ment from a building These charges led to their ar rest and ultimate sentencing af jter they pleaded guilty to the ic x cijurt it charges against them In addition the report shows r at at thofiWnf He is survived by his widow and that at thefirst of last year the bonded indebtedness of Indiana County was for Highways Bonds Series C and for General Obligation Assessments Calif W In Bonds making a total of During the year was paid leaving the total debt balance at first of 1959 at M Bank balances asi pf 31 1958 show tlje following tibn offunds in various county banks General Fund in WASHINGTON num Indiana First National and in Marion Center National The Fund and Payroll Farmers Bank in In diana A Sinking Fund in Farmers Bank in Indiana several children of Lucernemines Other survivors include his par ents who reportedly reside Northern Beaver Butler and Clarion counties were cited specifically urv the special report made public at Pittsburgh The Weather Bureau said thun derstorrris are expected to conj tinue active between noon and 6 EST as they move eastward with additional severe thunder storms a few tornadoes damag ing winds and large hail The warning burgh Weather by only a few minutes a special tornado forecast from Kansas City for portions of northern Ohio western Pennsylvania and west ern New York The Kansas City Buiseau said At midmorning thunderstorms from the Pitts Bureau followed were increasing in number and in intensity in southern lower Mich igan With several damaging wind storms reported in the vicinity of Detroit v These windstorms are expected to continue active as they move eastward this with ad ditional seyere thunderstorms with a few tornadoes damaging wiridst6rmfs and large hail expect edyfroni noon at 6 EST in an Highway JBonds Sinking Fund Farmers Bank in Indiana Liquid Fuels in Peop les Bank of West Lebanon in Blairsville National and in Homer City State s In addition to filing the report with the county Brothonotary the auditors have also recorded their report with officials in Harris urg Publication of the complete re port will be made shortly offi cials The current board of auditors includes Luther S Williams Mrs Margaret R Craig and Mrs Ag nes B Hood f Winnie Back England From US A LONDON AP Sir Churchill returned home today from what may have been his last visit to America Smiling and spruce in a horn burg and gray suit with a red Ce in his lapel the British tesman was greeted at the air pwt by his wife who kissed him on both cheeks U S Ambassador John Hay Whitney also came out to welcome Churchill home Sir Winston was mistyeyed Sunday night as he boarded the British jetliner at Jdlewild Airport New Yorks Not far away in Brooklyn is a brownstone house here his mother was born This was Churchills ninth visit to the ynited States since the first dark days of World War II Churchill 84 and ailing paused the ramp as he boarded the plane and delivered a brief mes sage Then he waved his black homburg at the crowd of several hundred gathered to see him off Churchill spent seven days in York and Washington Here See Page 5 Col 1 Party Tonight Catholic Center 227 I JIUI11 ber of Americans at work rose by over a million in April to a record total of 65 million Unemployment declined by The improvement in both em ployment and unemployment were double what is seasonally expect ed in April Secretary of Commerce Lewis Strauss and Secretary of Labor Jarnes P Mitchell said in a joint statement the figures demonstrate a rapidly accelerating job recov Employment to an increase of over March This is more jobs than in April last year Unemployment declined to dipping by from This is a decline of 000 from the recession conditions in April of last year The 1957 figures in April were employed and unemployed In the first four of this year unemployment Has dropped by over one million The CommerceLabor monthly job report attributed the April im provements to an unusually large pickup in construction and brisk hiring in hard goods manufactur ing together withthe spring ex pansion in agriculture The seasonally adjusted rate of unemployment in the labor force dropped to cent in April by comparison with per cent in March and around 6 per cent dur ing the winter months See 5 Col 2 Steelmen Burned PITTSBURGH AP Molten steel being poured into a mold exploded today at the plant of Reliance Steel Casting Co injur ing seven workmen The men suf fered burns and cuts from flying steel fragments area along and 100 miles to the south of a line from Toledo Ohio to Dunkirk N Y Sentence Man 0n 3 Counts Here Today Orfe Indiana County man ceived three sentences fore Judge Edwin M re today be Clark Ernest Doyle Me Adams Hom er City RD 1 with a record going back to 1938 received the sen tences on charges of burglary and forgery For his part in the burglary of Mrs Gertrude Clawsors cottage in West Wheatfield Township along with two other county men McAdams was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution make resti tution of and confined to the Western Penitentiary for from three to 15 years For removing an amplifier val ued at from a building owned ley Township McAdams was or by Steve Buchan in Brush Val dered to pay the costs of prose cution make restitutioi of and be confined to Western Pen for from one to five years begin ning at the expiration of the pre vious sentence The third sentence against Mc Adams resulted from the fWgejy of a check in a Blairsville store onApril 1 ofthjs year On this charge he was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution fined and serve from one to three years in Western Pen this term begin ning at the end of the second sentence Ernest McAdams was accompan ied by two other men in the rob See 5 Col 2 The Big Four foreign ministers open ed on cold war problems tonight hours late after aground for a time on the question of how the East Olrman government should participate U S Sectary of State Christian A Herter British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd French Foreign Minister IVIaurice Couye de Murville and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Grornyko filed into a conference room in the Palace of Najions The room contained a round table for the Big Four and separate tables for the Bast and West Inside The Gazette Reeled Harry A Peabenderfer for White Township SupervSspr first name on ballot 227233 See classif page for lowest pri ces this week Audreys Yarn Jbop 227 Store Fujrs Call HO 55281 232x UNION Bruce Biossat comments today on the Steel and Union talks See his column today on editorial page 6 PLAN GAZETTE United Joint will host the Gazette Relays tomorrow See de tails and other sports on pages 10 U Other feafwrts tioip Miroi IS 1415 Cronyordi Editorial Note U 6 IS 4 1011 WEATHEK Partly cloudy late tonight and Tuesday with a few showers ending Tuesday morning Low tonight 58 to 65 Slightly cooler Tuesday High 76 to 8 Khrushchev plays of American ice show Holiday at party back his surprisevisittd the show in MOSCQWS Lenin Identifiable are Alice QuessyTof Detroit and Boston Kay Mapes Johnstown figure skating champioii Dick Button who stars in and Jan Hyldoft Huntfngton W fpmalo lead in the spectacle AP Wirephoto Meet i ens StormsKill Five Persons In MM By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spinning windstorms reached into Michigan aqd Illinois today killing one person at Ann Arbor and causing severe damage Mon Germar representatives In a day of private consulta tions the Western powers headed off Grornykos attempt to get full participation rights for Commu nist East Germany Until late aft ernoon jt seemed likely the for mal opening would have to be put off until Tuesday Then an informal session of the four ministers finally came up with an agreement giving the East and West Germans limited speak ing rights in the conference but ticello in central Illinois was also not seats at the main table They also decided on t he conference TU room argument tied The tight twisting winds chewed in with the Qeman articipation into the central Great Lakes re gion after weekend tornadoes ripped into six states in the plains dispute The first session of the confer ence was scheduled for the Palace and Midwest killing 5 injuring 21 r and causing heavy property Secretary of r r J State Christian A Hprter anH his age State Christian A Soviet British and and his French coun juviuu uiiiiai aiiu ricuun cuun The Ann Arbor storm described terparts t together inf0rmaliy at a British villa hs AGromyko announcement was set for 6 by witnesses as a small tornado ripped part of the roof from Yostj Fieldhouse At the big University of Michigan stadium press boxeign Mlnister windows were blown out with the One woman was reported killedPe formal by a fallen electric line Two See 5 Col 5 houses were set atire v Apparently only the Monticello FvrJrVrli area was hit in Illinois uAM Striking just before dawn the Illinois twister cracked a wall and See 5 Col 4 Killed By Auto JOHNSTOWN Pa AP Six Hurts Clymer Girl Delay Homer School Repair Deadline BLAIRSVILLE The Blairs ville and Laura Lamar School Districts have recently been granted until Sept 1st to com plete necessary repairs to schools in those Ap peals were filed with the Indus trial Board oUhe Dept of Labor and Industry in Harrisburg seek ing an extension pf time to make the repairs and altera tions found necessary by the State Building Inspector Almost every school which has had orders issued against build ings has filed an appeal but only those buildings which meet certain minimum specifications have been granted extension of time o make repairs NEW YORK trywide steel negotiations open today with the Steel workers Union expected to demand shorter hours and more pay Fouriman industry and uriioh 4eams will attempt to agree on a new contract in ime to prevent a strike by a ia 1 f million steelworkers Julyl The industrywide talks re ilace the dozen company ses sions held with the union last week David J McDonald president of the Steelworkers Sunday that unemployment Is oneof the most important issues He said he wants employment security the first item on the agenda Our view is that the way to achieve this desirable he said is a balanced program of reducing hours increasingpur chasing power by improved wages and other benefits and appropri ate revisions in our This was the first official indi cation that shorter hours would be ugfetPreviously the union had it would ask for substantial wage increases A published report that the Steelworkers had demanded an See Page 5 Col S Smith Doubts NeedofSTC Tennis Courts Proposed construction of six ten riis courts at IndianaState Teach ers College has drawn an objec tion from a Pennsylvania official the Associated Press reported at noon today Aud Gen Charles C Smith questions whether the six courts costing should be built at the college in Indiana in view of the states financial situation Smith said Sunday he called Gov Lawrences personal atten tion to the matter in a letter in of your repeated state that if anyone can show where a dollar can be savad you want to know about The auditor general said the cost of the courts is charged to the 1957 appropriation for main tenance of the Indiana College but added program Mother of4 Dies In Odd Photo Mishap WARREN Pa 36 yearold mother of four was kill ed Sunday when she fell from the scoop of an earthmoving chine She had been posing fot pictures at a family gathering Mrs Joseph Pillar of Tidiouta was pronounced dead at Warren General Hospital A sisterin1 a w Mrs Adam Bosko 31 of Youngs ville who fell at the same time We believe this is a project suffered a possible back fracture which could be deferred due to She was admitted to the hospital The women were at a family gathering at the farm home of Mrs Mary Pillar in Warren Coun the critical financial condition of the Commonwealth Certainly delay in construe tion of tennis courts at a teachty Several other persons had ers college will not in any way been raised in the scoop and had cripple or hamper our educational their pictures taken before the tragedy To Provide 2 Tons Of NUMEC Gets Fuel Pact For Belgian AReactor APOLLO Nuclear Materials Bejguim utilities and industrial and Equipment Corporation NU Apollo has received a con tract to supply over two tons of CLYMER A 12yearold Clyenriched uranium doixide U02 mer girl was given emergency se in the fuel of the treatment in Indiana Hospital Sat for an iojyry caused by an exploding 22calibre bullet first atomic power reactor to be exported from the United States it was announced today by Dr Joseph Muccioli was killed by a car as he parted Road across Route 53 near his home fraemenYs three miles north of Johnstown uT yesterday State police said Polg Chief j h I ti ithe from their family car shortly beLet fore Joseph ran into the path of a car driven by Mary Louise Homer City Rifle Club party Kathleen Koches daughter of MShapiro president of Mr and Mrs Thomas Koches 289lNUMECThe enriched to injured when37 P61 cent n isotope U235 bullet uranium with which chainreaction is The order was placed by i Atomic Power Department ot Westinghouse Electric Corporation which is manufacturing the reac concerns The reactor designated the BR3 is scheduled for com pletion early next year It will produce kilowatts of elec tricity to be fed into the Belgian electrical system through a switch ing station located at Mol Bel gium Dr Shapiro stated vides a much more uniform duct than is obtainable from the atomic fuel deliveries of which have already begun was produced in NUMECs facilities for the con version of enriched uranium hexa fluoride UF6 to U02 powder by a unique new completely contin uous process The UF6 is a gas supplied by the U S Atomic En iHarrigei of Beaverdale nite 56 Reasons r for the Centre dEtudes de ergy Commission The continuous 227s IEnergie Nucleaire a syndicate of process according to Shapiro pro the pellets will be assembled into iuel elements by the Westinghouse Atomic Power Department This order is in Addition to or ders announced earlier by NUMEC for the supply of atomic realtor fuels to the French Government and to firms in Italy Agip cleare and England Pajr sons WISl old Sample Run boy was kill ed Saturday afternoon whett he was struck by his dump truck as it was back ing out of a driveway Victim of the fatal ace dent was Arthur Dean Hugill son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hugill 266 Hincs St The tot was fa tallyinjured when he ran behind the truck and was pinned under the ve hicles dual wheels County Coroner Russell D Gard ner Glen Campbell Said the Hu gill youngster died of a cerebral hemorrhage due to a crushing injury to the Admitted to the Indiana Hospi tal at he died at Clymer Joseph Kro lick and Gardner said Mr Hugill told them this He walked to his parked truck at the side of their house and intended to back it to a shanty at the rear of the property where he was going to repair a chain on the tailgate His son was reportedly playing in a neighbors yard andt was not in sight at the time According to Hugill the 18 monthold boy apparently ran to his fathers truck when he heard motor start The youngster was apparently struck by A mud flap covering the rear wheel and was pinned under the tires Hugill said he backed Iris for onlya short distance before he realized he had hit some The Hugills have resided in Sample Run for only a few months having formerly lived In the West over area It was the second misfortune to strike the family two and onehalf young son died in Januafy pneumonia Easly Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrange ments batchtype processing previously used in the uranium conversion industry The powder covered by this or der will be formed into pellets by the Westinghouse materials manu that this i lecturing plant in Blairsville and   

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