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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                i im IfivitiM Outlined Dr Re President Of YMCA Sihfc tttfcntly prtsldent 6 the YMCA 6f directors Jit Indiana Other bffleers Eugetie KUnselmati vice presi dent ftfclbh W MeCrewy tnd J W Tiny Everett jfeeordttfe Officers wilt serve until the first meeting of the board af ter the annual meeting of the YMCA In the spring of 1MO the YMCA board of directors is composed of twentyseven persons each elected to serve for a per iod of three years and rotated such that nine are elected each year The nine persons elected to the board earlier this spring includ ed two new directors Vance Me Crackett and Theodore Hoyt and seven directors reelected Lambert Joseph Dr R W men to its service on Good Fri day i A new dub tot Industrial men will be started on May 21 when he YMGA will hold a on dinner meeting at Rustic odge for the organization of the Faus J A Lubold Miss Gladys Moorhead George W Musser Wilbur Widdowson and C Gilbert Wolfenden Jr At this meeting the district executive Telford F Eppley gave a resume of the activities of the YMCA in Indiana for the year Approximately 400 high schoo boys and girls are enrolled in the HiY and TriHiY clubs in the high school and the Keith School and have participated this season in the Older Boys and Older Girls Conferences the United Nations Assembly Training Camp Pro grams and other activities in addi tion to their regular meetings in the schools The YMCA Sunday School Bas ketball League composed of seve teams of boys has finished an other busy season with the trophy being won for the third year b the Calvary Presbyterian Churc team The Good Friday Fellowshl Breakfast under the leadership Mr J W Everett attracted 20 men from industry in the Indiana rea and about 100 men are ex pected at the dinner Robert Leu y United Door has beejn iven leadership in the formation of this club The objectives of the club are o keep its members hi touch with the best thought on Industrial man gement and allied subjects to rovide opportunity for the ex change of ideas and discussions of ndustrial problems and to build character and good will in Indus ry by recognition of the human element and by promoting a pro ndiana YMCA gement Club The club will Industrial gram of mutual service Ray Hoffman Pittsburgh Press will be the guest speaker for this meeting Mr Hoffman has served as president and has been an active member of the North Pitts burgh Industrial Management be composed of Club Other guests expected at this opening dinner will nclude mem ers from the Tarentum New Kensington Industrial Manage ment Club and from the Butler Club While many people think of the YMCA in terms of a building it ihould be remembered that YMCA activities and program are con ducted in a community without special building facilities This is true in Indiana as well as hund reds of communities in Pennsyl vania TKe Indiana YMCA is1 an ncorporated body and is a mem er of the State and National YMCAs Asks Protection zrom Klu Kluxers LONDON British legis lator who asked the government o protect persons threatened by the Ku Klux Klan Nhas been warned he will die if he doesnot keep quiet An anonymous letter to Charles Gibson Labor party member of Parliament said Keep your sentimental mouth shut both inside and outside the House of Commons Remember we have a bullet for your head if you want Gibson represents a South Lon don area in which a number of Negro immigrants from the West Indies live NO MORE mechanical ditch digger is tested atit Belvoir Va Itcould scoop out battlefield trehchei and fox holes in minutes It can dig a trench four feet deep artd two feet wide at the irate of 12 feet oer minute p Bargains Galore In Classified Ads Your Hearing Ut SoMfom MM raliabU nationwide organization dedicated to bolter waring holp yov Wo helped Free scientific hearing checkup In our office or your own homo No charge obligation Latest allattheear models fcnkt Ml tar al Marlm aitj i CALL OTON E YOU CAN TRUST 819 Philadelphia StreetHOpklns 5JKWI Hours Daily 104 Patient Arrested BRIEFS NEW YORK AP After 19 months in a hospital as a tuber cular patient Robert McKinney 27 was arrested yesterday as a bookmaker charged with doing a thriving business with other pa tients He will face trial after his release from the hospital During its tory the city of Istanbul key has had four IhaMes was founded about 660 the Greek colony Byzantium In 330 after it was taken over by the Romans Emperor Constantine made the city the capital of the Roman Empire and called it Nova Roma New After his death the city was renamed Constanti nople in hishonor In 1923 when Turkey became a re public the name of the city was changed to IstanbuL C Encyclopedia Womens hoop skirts began to be a major fashion in 1859 It was an extra boost to industry because it opened a market for wire to make the skirts billow out Coconut oil is Used both in the US Spending Major Issue On Housing LIVINGSTONE WASHINGTON Govern ment spending became a major issue today as the house headed Seek Missing Pair In polo River Rapids MOAB Utah AP Veteran irxunners guided a rubber if through some of the Colorado Rivers most perilous rapids to day looking for a missing boater seen clinging to an overturned in cruiser But members of Frank A Richs family who survived the boat capsizing Sunday refused to believe the 65yearold Californian wasnt safe Their hopes were buoyed Tuesday when a helicop ter rescued his 65yearold wife Rich of Lakewood Village Califi and his family were tossed into the churning rapids of Cata ract Canyon a deep gorge that sometimes cuts hundreds of feet into the granite rock country 40 air miles southwest of here His son and daughterinlaw were The elder Mrs Rich was except for some sunburn and a bruiseon right leg Her son Delbert Rich of his wife multi early toward final voting On a billion dollar Housing bill Leaders called GOP House members to an unusual morning caucus to rally every available vote to substitute a less costly program for a Democraticbacked Housing meas ure Republicans gave themselves 5050 chance of success But Democratic leaders with big voting majority predicted the defeat of lesser to their own wideranging program It includes slum elimination pub lic housing college and oldfolks housing and liberalized FHA down payments The biggest test comes late to day or Wednesday when the House votes on a substitute bill spon sored by Rep A S Herlong o Florida a Southern Dempcrat but backed by the administration Herlongs bjll calls for total pending of com pared with President Eisenhow ers original suggestion of a overall program and the Housing bill al ready passed by the Senate In debate Republicans openly cautioned that the Demo craticbacked measure u 1 garine that their safe would be found meet a presidential veto And Rep Howard W Smith For Coiincil tered Republican fildertbn yfejter day nominated Ihfee citlwnf for In the primary mers of inuiUded Donald Rupert 61 Mn ttawk Ifld ft v I Losing out in the rite for the nominations to council filaine Miller who tallied 36 hallow Lone candidatefor council Von the Democratic ticket was Stanley Schall who drew 22 votes Three councilmen will be elected to fouryear terms at the Novem ber Qeneral Election In other voting Victor f Schall drew 11 votes on the Republican ticket and six pn the Democratic side for justice of the peace All of his vote were writeins In the rate for the school school board Harvey R Gamble defeated two other Republican aspirants for the nomination Gamble was given 51 Votes while two losers Sara Brown and Kanouff collected 17 and It votes respectively v On the Democratic side Delone Wingard won the nomination over Mrs May Reefer 17 to 4 Louise Boyef won the GOP nom ination for auditor 41 to oyer Alice Elgin Irene Richardson was given 20 votes as an unopposed Democratic candidate for the of fice Reds Claim Air Record LONDON Soviets to day claimed their giant TUll4 propfjet set a new world distance record for passenger airliners fly ing Moscow to miles nonstop from Khabarovsk eastern Siberia in 8 hours 22 minutes The World Almanac shows no comparable record for Western commercial passenger planes but Navys patrol Truculent Turtle holds the recog nized airline distance record of miles The propeller driven plane flew from Australia to Co lumbus Ohio in 55 hours 18 min utes in 1946 The Moscow radio said the TU114 made the MoscowKhaba rovskrun at an average speed of miles per hour DVa told the House that pas sage of the big measure would i mean the start of a wild spend ing 2 Fluoriefation Measures Lose WARREN Paj War ren and yourjgsville rejected ref erendum proposals Tuesday whether water service to the com munities should be fluoridated as a health measure The proposition was defeated by 15 votes in Warren and by 205 votes in Youngsville Some olive trees produce fruit although 500 or 600 years old WALK IN FOR MORE HOME 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homes theres a realization throughout the cool industry that coal cqn be king again v One of the big reasons for this encouraging outlook is by wire Because most electricity is generated with stepm produced byburning coal electfic power companies across the nation are buying more coal to meet the derrfancf for electrical living in homes on farms and in industry The business for the mines including those in this area Here at home Penelec will byy about tem of in 1959 ot a cost of A leirge part of that amount represents wages paid to miners and others employed in porting coal Circulating through the coalproducing commu nities these CQAITRICITY dollars will create more employment and better living for everyone Thqnks tp increasing fitctrical coal cqn be king ggainl Living PENNSYLVANIA ELECTRIC COMPANY   

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