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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY l i 1 An Indiana County That Every Member of the Family VM slways tell tfa M but hi pwbibly wont Thifty4wo Pages Free Berlin Proposed By West Leaders x f UnitedCity 1st Step t To JJnity By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA Thfe West powers proposed to the Soviet Union today that di vided Berlin be made a unit ed city under Big Four guar antees as the first stepin a Snow Flurries In Kane Today KANE Pa ot this northwestern community were greeted with a brief flurry of snow this morning The snowflakes melted as fast as they hit the ground Residents of Kane sometimes called the Ice Box have experienced snow storms in May and records show that traces of snow have been ob served in June sweeping package plan to East and West Germany begin global The Western program was I n V H 6 C 1C Q T in the fourth ses sion of the Big Four foreign ministers conference as the Western response to the So viet demajid that West Berlin be made a free city It also countered S 6 Vi e t Premier Nikita Khrushchevs call for settlement with divid ed The proposals providefor suc cessive disarmament measures including limits of 1 mil lion men in the armed fprces of the United States and Soviet Union and leading eventually to limitation and possible withdrawal of all foreign troops from Ger many and neighboring areas It would unity Germany in 3 United would be free to elect membership in either the Atlantic Alliance on the t GOP Cuts School Aid WASHINGTON AP Cancer was found in the exploratory oper ation on Gen Nathan F Twjning 61 chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff it was announced today Surgeons removed the upper lobe of Twinings left lung in an operation Tuesday A bulletin issued at the Penta gon today said cancer was found HARRISBURG AP House Republicans today cut in half a previous claim that the proposed 705milliondol lar budget for state aid to schools can be chopped by as much as 40 million dollars Rep Stanley G Stroup R conceded the top figure on a budget reduction in this field would be about 20 million dollars But Qhairnvari J DeSn Polen DWashingtpn of the House Com miteee insisted that any slash es Wont exceed 10 million I Stroup said the Instruc tion Department has overestimat ed the needs forstate aid for school construction He pointed out that 18 millions of a 47million dollar appropriation fon the two years ending May 31 remains un and added that the entire diseased portion of the lung wasremoved at surgery and there was no evi dence of involvement in other are as of the chest underwent the surgery at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center te 4P Bng Gen Forsee acting commandant of the Army Soviet blocs Warsaw Pact oir hospital f informed the Defense 1 rvi Al f fh O f IM1 tl ttl Al 11A a neutral policy the choice the big powers Germany and other Euro pean countries take steps to avoid any change in the East West balance of power and could enter into agreements against ag Western leaders have ig expressed confidenceGer many would line the West As a package the plan had no prospects of even serious consider ration by the Soviet Union For eign Minister Andrei Qromyko has already rejected it as tan gle of unrelated issues But parts of it especially the Berlin pro posal conceivably could lead to some bargaining in the first phase of the package program would be united by free elections under supervi sion of either the big powers or the United Nations A City Council would be respon Bible for administering the whole city under the general supervision of the Big the powers could intervene in city affairs only See UnitedPage 4 Col S Climbing Costs Hits Newspapers NEW YORK AP Climbing costs forced 87 daily news papers to bopst their price in the first four months of 1959 the American Newspaper Publishers Assn reported today papers explained they re tted such increases as long as economically possible ANPA Gen eral Manager Cranston Williams One paper said the price bike was its first in 22 years Last year 403 ol the daily newspapers in the United States Canada Hawaii and Puerto Rico reporting to the ANA raised prices in one or more circulation classes spent The department is asking 54 millions in the next two years They the department arent sure of their figures righ now but I feel they are 20 millions too he told the Associated Pjess V Department that Twining should be able to leave the hospital with in three or four weeks should be to return to his duties about two weeks later Twining an Air Force officer has served two years as head of the top military planning bOard and was recently nominated by President Eisenhower for a sec ond twoyear term Todays medical bulletin said the general continues to make very satisfactory progress It reported that microscopic studies of tissue removed at sur gery have been completed and di agnosis of adeno carcinoma of the ung has been made Adeno carcinoma is a malignant tumor or cancer Rep Albert W Johnson Repub lican floor leader tbid the House earlier in the week that the de partment budget can be reduced Page 4 Col 7 Ike Puts Self Out On Limb WASHINGTON AP resident Eisenhower may lave put not only the Demo cratic Congress but himself in a political spot with his iemand for speedy action on lighway housing and wheat WATCH YOUR STEP Smith Indiana High senior gets autos were involved in a collision at the intersection of Tenth and Philadelphia Streets According to the of the ndiana Borough Police a car driven byWalter M Kost 30 of IressOn stopped at the intersec iorj to allow several school chil dren to cross the street when a car driven by Phyllis Leon Pugh 24 of 375 Water Street Indiana struck tlje Kost car from behind Both cars were traveling east on Philadelphia Street Damage to the cars were esti Men Confined Here Today Two men were confined to the Indiana County Jail today on charge of larceny Richard Ray Painter 27 RQS RD 1 and Harold Alforc Eager 25 Clymer were placec in the local jail by State Polic tlle Pwxsutawaey substation xact details of the arrests were opt immediately available Special on ironing board covers hind woven rugs Association for the Blind 115 N St Phone HO 55549 231x Oaiiy Queen jre is run Bing chocolate Thurs 3f this 231s Party Uwite tfx Autos Collide At Intersection officials Locking an with Smith is Tom Jacoby lor G W Maibach as burgess of borough See story on page one section Irwo Gazette photo by Sipos Two Hurt In Crash In Borough Two people are reported in sat isfactory condition today in the Indiana Hospital following injuries they received yesterday in a two car accident at the corner of Philadelphia and Seventh Streets at Ludwig M Druchniak 10 son of Mr and Mrs D L Druchniak 285 Church Indiana received an injury to his shoulder He was a passenger in a car operated by his father Mrs Elda Smith 902 Oak Indiana received lacerations of the face She was a passenger in a Shortly after noon today two car Walter Blakely Th rongs Of Kurds flee egislation Eisenhower caught the n Iraq Democrats by surprise on ednesday with a specia message outlining the damage o the economy that may re sult in these three politically potent fields if Congresi There seemed little doubt that Democrats will answer the Presi dents request for emergency ac tion with passage of a series o Mils calling for governmen spending far beyond the limits Ei senhowcr has said he is willing to accept Because1 he emphasized the crit ical nature of the problems Dem ocrats think the President has pu himself in a position where h may find it difficult to veto sucl measures Beyondrthat the opposition par ty believes it can use the Pres denfS own words siich asH statement there is ai impendih disaster in build u strength for attempts to overrid any vetoes that may be forth coming Sen Mike Mansfield of Monta na Acting Senate Democrat leader made it clear his part lias no intention of yielding to E senhowers views on important as See Page 4 Col 2 To Meet Today In NY Hotel BULLETIN NEW YORK ent Eisenhower arranged to leet today with David Mc Donald president of the Uttit d Steelwprkers Union Arrangements for the con erence at the WaldorfAs oria Hotel were announced s representatives of the union and steel industry con luded a twohour contract legotiation session The announcement was nade by White House Press ecretaiy James C Hagerty vho said the Eisenhbwer Vlcponald meeting be just a social 4 Asked whether Eisenhower and McDonald were likely to discuss he unionindustry wage negotia ions Hagerty replied I wouldnt Eisenhowerhas called repeated y on both labor and industry to exercise statesmanship and avoid another wageinflation spiral Ohio Crash ClaimsFour Lives Today WARREN Ohib auto pursued by Warren pqlice crashed jlra submitTo domination by a proCommunYst headon into another car early v mated af each No injuries were reported her bmther Indiana Borough Pol ice report the accident occurred as the cars were traveling in opposite direc tions on Seventh St at the inter section with Philadelphia St Damage to the Druehniak ve hicle was estimated at and to the Blakely car A two car collision occurred at the intersection of Fifth and Chest nut Streets at last night According to the Indiana Boro Police a car driven by John 324 Church In Editprs of the weapons the Soviet Union is employing to maintain ferment in the Middle East is the desire of the Kurd tribes for independence AP Foreign News Analyst William L Ryan making another tour of the perenially troubled area reports from the IranCommunist feelings among some of the Kurds By WILLIAM L RYAN 1 PASVEH Iran AP Thousands of Kurd tribesmen have fled across the rugged northwest Iranian frontier from Auto Kills Tot ERIE Pa Ann Lorenz 5 of Wesleyville Erie County was killed by an auto Wednesday while going home estimated at and to the diana was traveling west on Chestnut when it was struck by a car driven by Lisle Nichol 61 of Commodore The Nichol cat was going south on Fifth St xNichol was charged with failure to yield the right of way accord ing tp police reports Damage to the Tsiris car was early day killing four Trumbull County persons One of the dead was William Visher 26 of who was being pursued along Ohio 5 by Warren Patrolmen James Julian and Leslie Edmunds The other three killed were in a car struck by Vishers auto which the patrolmen said had crossed the highway centerline Those three were Mrs Edith Len ney 41 and Mrs Margaret List about 55 both of nearby Oakfield and Charles Shay about 50 of Warren Ralph Lilly 59 of Leavittsburg driver of the car hit by Vishers legislative route southwest of was in fair condition at St Joseph bion and construct a bridge chieftain There was sharp fighting in the frontier area as recently as four days ago when about Kurds crossed into Iran Others of the tribe have fled into Turkey 7 from kindergarten Nichol car Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON U S Senators passed up an opportunity to quiz the father of the HBomb according to Drew Pearson today on page 6 FISHING FOB Its Kiddies Pishing Day Sunday sports on pages 22 and 93 This information Gomes Amir Aly Asheyara the khan landlord of a huge area occupied by Kurds of the Mamash President At Ground Breaking NEW YORK AP Presiden Eisenhower broke ground today for a 75miHiondollar cultural cen ter and predictdd It will be a mighty influence for world peace The President took part in cere monies marking the start of the Lincoln Center for the Perform ing Arts He flew from Washington lor the occasion The Presidents plane landed at headuhe Newark airport and Eisenhower motored to New York after an airport greeting Ask Road Bids At Smicksburq HARRISBURG State Highways Dept today called forj the southwestern part of Irans A 33 man motorcycle escort ush bids Jime 19 on road construction Azerbaijan Province only n fewered the Presidents car into Man tribe He owns this village and from Gov Robert B Meyner of about 150 other Kurdish villages in i New Jersey and others projects in these counties 86 of a mile miles from the Iraqi border The Kurds under a leader iden of legislative route near Midland tifed as hattan by way of the Lincoln Tunnel under the Hudson River Raschd left 13 Eisenhower stood up in a bubble and build two bridges Barzani tribesmen dead after a top limousine and waved to about the w AB nr f fight with them and Iraqi 300 persons lined up near 08 of a mile of t darmerie The khan said Raschid Hospital Patrolman Julian said Vishers car was pursued for about four miles with the speed of the chase getting up to i90 miles an hour We were stopped headed east waiting for a train to pass when this guy shot around the front end of the Julian said The road at this point crossed the Erie Railroad tracks He just missed getting hit by Julian continued I threw the spotlight on him andi yelled out the window at him to stop But he just took off west bound on Route 5 toward tunnel exit The ground breaking at the cul tural center was just one of the The Barzanis are followers of afetivities which will keep the See 4 Col 5 77 of a mile of legislative route in Smicksburg and build two bridges over Con dron Run and Middle Mahoning Dancing Friday Rocky Glenn into the nSht Store Furs Call HO 55281 232x Hotel See 4 Col 3 President buzzing busily about Manhattan during the day and Take Steps To Save Windows In Siberia Prepare NBlast To Make Harbor In Alaska Mother 3 Daughters Die In Home Fire r Calif er and her three young daughters trapped in anupstairs bedroom died as fire destroyed heftframe 0 jT fatheVj leaped a story window and battered down j a rear door in an effort to re enter the house but was driven back by the f James hosf pitalized with burns and shock The victims were Annie Jo Hallmark in her Janie 7 Mary Ann 4 andiPatty 2 v Policemen Zane Dunbar and Kenny Kilbura were forced back by intense heat when they tried to enter the house Fire Chief Allan D Pettingill said the fire apparently started downstairs Attacker Responsible ForWreck NEW YORK woman who said a youth tried to rape lier pulled the emergency cord on a subway train Wednesday night it Another train rah into it Twentyeight persons were hurt none seriously Lucille Lo Bianco 43 said a blond youth about 17 years old entered a car in which she and an elderly man were seated She youthripped ott her skirt and tried to tear away her under garments She screamed She said the elderly man coweredin terror At the next stop Mrs Lo Bianco said she tried to get off the train but was hauled back by the youth Fighting free as train pulled away from the station she pulled the emergency signal Pine Township Verna Popovich who served unexpired School Di rector term of late husband now Candidate 230 1 TOUtn Read about thisand other Of her Feafuref Society JO J Partly cloudy aiad cool tonight fiost and below freezing Ipy 37 Cooler Friday and sunny but cloudiness High in tower 50s By RENN1E TAYLOR j miles away with damaging effect frog over the immediately sur There would be one chance ip SAN FRANCISCO AP Two Blast waves from the bombs founding area and come down they added that it could carry j scientists disclosed today they are I ride on airducting layers said miles or more away on Las Vegas j enough pressure 70 miles to break Staking steps to prevent reflected J W Reed and H W Church of and other inhabited places withmost windows and some doors shock waves from breaking winlthe Sandia Corp They addressed windowbusting effect Reed and1 During the spring 1961 dows and causing other second Plowshare Symposium Church said scientists plan to establish the air ijn Soviet Siberia when they use on Industrial and Scientific Uses of There are three airducting lay ducting pattern around the Kotze big nuclear bomos to create a new Nuclear Explosions The sympoers they added One is aboutjbue area with ex Dwieht Gresslev 4 yearold son harbor in Alaska sium is sponsored by the Atomic feet up another at around plosives The idea will be to pro Of Mr and Mrs Dwight Cress1 As Panned by the governEnergy Commission and the Unii feet and a third at tect inhabited Alaska areas as ley East Pike is in satisfac ment five nuclear bombS will be versity of Californias Lawrence to feet i Siberia tory condition in ttie Indiana Hosset off Probaby W61 to exRadiation Laboratory The Sandia About onethird of the time at The problem is to find out pital with a broken rieht lee cavate a harbor in is a privately owned organjKotzebue a ducting layer will be whether Siberia would be in the The youth wasiniured vester Soundon northwestern Alasization which makes nuclear present below foot altitude of reflected shock waves dur day when he rwortedlV iuraoed ka weapons for the government op When a bomb produces a shock ing early fall or spring the re from a car Darked in the drive The ls alout miles erating at Los Alamos and Albuwave capable of instantly boosting searchers said way of the Gresslev residence rom Siberia The researchers querque and at Livermore atmospheric pressure If it is found that excessive said they had learned that under Calif ily by about 3 per cent a duct shock pressures will be carried Your Dairy Queen Store is runcertain conditions shock waves It was these airducting layers can carry the shock 100 miles and to Siberia during certain njag chocolate Thurs could carom off upper air layers that caused shock waves from the break windows the researchers the nuclear firing will be delayed of this week 231x and return to earth more than 300 Nevada hamK to ieao said until the duct pattern shifts t I   

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