Indiana Evening Gazette, May 23, 1959

Indiana Evening Gazette

May 23, 1959

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY Any would g f fftphic mm tor t photogenic tklli Server Eircly Member of the Apprehend Shipment At Miami Make Way For Secret test r Kentucky Plans fNewCoalBase Road Surfacing FRANKFORT Ky AP The Kentucky Highway iPept plans to test a new coalbase road surfacing material this summer The product developed by CurtissWright Corp would use between and tons of coal per mile of road It is described as more resistant to moisture andbetter able to carry heavier loads than asphalt The state plans to build a pilot plant to use thetest Ken tucky coal arid develop enough paving material to deter mine if the process is feasible Highway Commissioner Ward J Gates said eight to 12 halfmile stretches of road will be surfaced with the new If successful the experiment Kentuckys depressed coal industry and jive the state GomeBaek Dad Pleas PITTSBURGH AP Come back son come back We are worded We want to know if you are all That was the plea made today Thomas Field to his 27year old son Ronald who fled after a romance with an 18yearold coed whose name was not disclosed The younger Field a married University of Pittsburgh instruc tor and parttime minister van ished May It was feared Field drowned after his auto was found over steep bank along the Mononga hela River about 15 miles north 0f Pittsburgh Later detectives said the coed admitted ac cident and fled West The girl is Carol Hickey a statuesque brunette froin Colum The girl is Carol Hickey a statuesquebrunette from Colum bia a community of 15 miles west of Lancaster Pa She is a freshman student at the uni ersity but was not enrolled in Jny class assigned to Field who taught insurance in the real es tate department of Pitts School of Business Administration She told investigators that she and Field made a trip to Vir ginia some time ago in an attempt to get married but failed to ob tain a license because of her age Detectives said the girl told 2 Col 1 Cherry Tree SI 39 pies In Germany CHERRY TREE Private First Class Glen Arthur Harkins 39 Cherry Tree died May 19 in Bonn Germany while serving with the Army Death was attributed to a heart attack He was born in Nanty Glo July 13 1920 the son of Hilda Rummel Harkins and the late Glen Hark deceased served in the army fpr 17 years and was in World War II and the Korean Werved in Africa Sicily and the Normandy Beachhead with the First Division Pfc Harkins received the Sil ver Star and the Purple Heart with four clusters He was serving with the Seventh Army in Germany at the time of his death Sucviying are his mother Hilda Harkins two sisters Martha wife r Julius Morey Vandergnft and Eugene Lydic four brothers Roger serving witji the Air Force in South Carolina Hobert War ren Ohio Richard Cherry Tree and Arnold Puerto Rico Funeral arrangements are in charge of the McCracken Funeral Home in Cherry Tree but are not yet completed cheaper and better than can now be built with x CurtissWright officials said they have given the product laboratory tests and now want to see how it stands up under road conditions CurtissWright also is negotiat ing with Pennsylvania to testthe material Dr Minard Stout WoodRidge vice president of research and development for the company said CurtissWrights plant at Que hanna was developed t di versify the companys interests and to help the coal industry FacesTough House Fate WASHINGTON Senate wheat bill capped by a surprise ceiling on government price supports to any one farm or fawner goes to the House Mon day Its fate there is uncertain The stopgap legislation dealing with the nations big wheat sur plus was hammered out Friday in more than eight hours of Senate floor debate and voting Unless the Senate and House agree on a bill and President Ei senhower signs it 1 the presentlaw probably must continue The House has been working on its own wheat bill Even before the Senate ap proved its wheat program for the next two years Secretary of Ag riculture Ezra Taft Benson for mally announced he recommends against Benson contended that it would not reduce production and prob ably would add to the costs of a program that has taken several billion dollars in recent years Most senators agreed that some thing must done about billions of bushels of surplus wheat piled up largely in government hands But agreeing on a solution was a different matter bush 10yearold Homer City Safety Council1 fearsN the death boy is in satisfactory condition in toll may rise to 100 before the Indiana Hospital following a bi cycle mishap last evening in Homer City wife of North East I sincerely thaok the voters who Supported me and for courtesy during the campaign Congratula Homer Boy Injured In Bike Mishap HOMER CITY to the pavement on Main St near the intersection of Juniper St liaVV WJ15 WUK9 ISC4AVJCIICV He was first treated by a lpiy raarked cal physician before being admit ted to the hospital w S H green stamps lions to Frank Barkley and John purchases Easy terms Everett my successful opponents Jewelry lor the Republican nomination as Commissioner I sincerely thank the voters of G S Edwards Indjans County supported me for County Commissioner in the iw vuuuiy voiumissioner in tne v Notice Eagles recent Prunary Your help is apsensibility rests with the parents predated keep the bags gut of chil spance May 23 Music OQflv DUBOIS Gl FIGURES IN L Houser an An Fotce dental technician was Charged With first degree murder yesterday iri the suffocation death of his wife Nina Louise H6user left Homicide detectives in Washington D C said that Houser a psychiatric outpatient at Andrews Air Force Base told them hesm6thered his wife as she awoke yester day morning Police said when he arrived at the he went directly to the psychiatrist from been receiving outpatient treatment for sorne time Houser is from DuBois Pa AP Wirephotor arge DuBois Airman Sessions GENEVA High Western diplomats1 reported today the Big Four probably will begin a series of recesses in their formal talks early next week to for secret negotiations on their disputes in Europe A British source said So viet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko has advised the West hf would be agreeable to a new phase of restricted exchanges provided they take place outside the of Nations conference room where East and West German delegates are permitted to speak United States British French and West German foreign minis ters will meet Monday to decide if and how this arrangement to allow serious negotiations can be formally worked out with Gro myko The United States and the So viet Union are putting heat on each other to come up with con cessions at the Geneva conference whictf could pave the way for a summer meeting The Western fdreign iministeis fijialty jusi 3 Pa Apalachin Aides Arranged NEW YORK Penn sylvanians investigators as delegates to the alleged gang land conclave at Apalachin were arraigned Friday on char ges of obstructing justice The three all of whom pleaded innocent in federal dourt are Rus sel Bufaiind 57 Angelo J Scian dra 45 and James Osticco of Pittston Bail of was set for each They are accused of conspiring to conceal from the government why the conclavewas called and what was done Memorial DayFlowers Learns Greenhouse E Pike WASHINGTON 36yearold air raan from DuBois has been charged with first degree mUrder in the suffocation death of his pregnant wife Police said Houser a dental technician at Andrews Air Force Base admitted choking his wife in bed then holding a pillow against her face untU she stopped At his arraignment Friday was asked if he to engage a lawyer I see no necessity for employ ing he I did it and thats Commissioner J a m Splain continued the hearing until Tuesday pending outcome of a inquest Mrs Houser who was expecting a child in found in the couplers southeast Washington apartment after Houser reported back to the base Police Capt Lawrence Hartnett who said Houser admitted the See 2 Col 1 Aultmon Soldier Reported Killed AULTMAN John Fancella 41 formerly of Aiiltman was report edtykiJJed yesterday at Fort JKnox Kentucky The former county was serving with the U S Army and recently returned from Korea details of the accident are not immediately known to be This picture after a high level meet ingv of American British French sand West German expert advis today v The conference itself will be subjected to a series of recesses so that each side will nave to end repetitious semlpublic postur v v The Four will take advan tage series ofone of two day recesses by njeeting privately and informally There Will be scope for contin ued contacts between any two of the four principals V The Soviet pressure came from Moscow where Premier Nikita Khrushchev was reported to have warned the West German ambas sador that he would sign a sep arate peace treaty with East Ger many if there was no agreement at the Geneva foreign ministers meeting This threat made to Ambassa dor Hans Kroll in private talk Thursday was being examined by Western delegations for its pos See 2 Col 2 More Than Two Dozen Tots HarmlessLooking Bags Become Death Traps By The Associated Press Harmless looking transparent blags have become death traps because of a penchant youngsfers Have of pulling the bags over their heads and courting death by suffocation More than two dozen tots have met their death in this manner John Roudealready this year The National year is out The bags are the type used v largely by dry cleaning establish Young Roudebush suffered brush ments for returning cleaned ap burns and lacerations of the face parel The material also is used when the front wheel of his bjfor covering pillows and crib cycle snapped off throwing him mattresses Legislation has pressed to have the bags perforated or clear The Kordite Corp of Macedon D u r i claiming to be the nations HPmer City said leading manufacturer of plastic IB mishap occurred at Pm garment bags announced Friday TUe youngster 5 son pf Mr is supplying labels to cleaning f s H establishments to be slipped over the hangers of clothes being re turned in the bags The labels all rfead Rogers Caution For safety reasons keep plastic bags away from chil dren as you would ojatches oj you n tu officials hold that re W Tiny Everett 238 tOBtts Sat tfc reach A aumber of fee victims have been less than year old HOW A TOT CAN dBT TANGLED IN A PLASTIC BAQTwoyearold Mary Bodkin of rick Long Island N Y poses to demonstrate how a youngeter can become entangled in a plastic bag it wajj with considerable reluctance that she pulled IjJ bag ovw feer head to illustrate how a child may become suffocated by cutting off oxygen supply AP RAN DOLE INTO SMALL FOR TUNE GOES FREE Harry Schweitzer 75 who parlayed nickels and dimes from his wel fare dole into a modest Wall Street fortune is shown in New York yesterday after court let him off Scotfree sentence suspended no probation He could have gotten three years foPpetty larceny after pleading guilty last Apr 7 He ran sav ings from about a day al lowance after rent into market holdings worth He re paid the city Welfare Depart dole lie re1 ceivedv since 1938 leaving him ket Im hot any Schweitzer said AP Wirephoto Dead 30 Hurt In Rio s Boat RIO DE JANEIRO person was killed and between 30 and 50 wounded when Brazilian marjnes fired intomobs rioting during a ferryboat strike Friday government sources said But newspapers reported up to 12 killed and 64 wounded The hos pital at Niteroi across the bay from Rio said it counted 84 pa tients wounded either by gunfire or by Violence erupted when the com mander of a navy launch provid ed to transport commuters from Niteroi to Rio ordered the ma rines to open fire on the crowd surging wildly aboard the boat Mobs burned the ferry dock loot Iefrea SWICK oy an ed sotres and destroyed a yesterday afternoon side warehouse President Jusceljno Kubitschek withdrew themarines and put police in charge at oclock in Indiana Hospital Mr Harris was well throughout the district todays Gazette MlAMlrFla AP r A pretty woman flier and 11 men were accused by the jovernment today of plotting o export war materials ille gally after agents pounced oil an armsladen plane The fourengine C74 was reported bound forNthe Domi nicah Republic to arm foes of 2ubari Premier FidelCastro ITulgencio Batista ousted by Dastro last New Years eye is in exile at the Dominican caiptal Cuidad Trujillo Thirteen persons in all in cluding the Dominican Re publics consul at Miami were arrested Friday and placed in bond Thirteen persons in all includ ing the Dominican Republics con sul at Miami were arrested Fri day and placed in bond Charged also with conspiring to bribe a federal officer wereCon sul Augusta Ferrando Joseph Liquori 29yearold Miami police man andLeonard Trenton 35 a building materials dealer from Newark The plane cartridges and a quantity of rifles and matic weapons were seized by customs officers as the plane was warming up at Miami Internation al Airport The officers arrested Virginia L Bland 36 and Samuel E Poole 34 the pilots and 10 others at the scene Ferrando was per suaded six hours later by tele phone to quit his refuge consulate was t Redhaired Miss toreador pants and Poole told newsmen they had been hired by Dominic Bartone plane owner to fly to Puerto Rico If I had known there were arms and ammunition on the Diane I never would have agreed to fly Poole said Trento told newsmen with a grin that the guns and ammunition were going to Chiang Kaishek Nationalist China chieftain John Embry of Tampa said he iad no idea what the planes cargo was when he was hired as flight engineer William Brookley 30 a See 2 Col 4 2 Saltsburg Youngsters Hit By Cars SALTSBURG A sixyearold hoy is in satisfactory condition in Latrobe Hospital today where ha is being treated for injuries suf fered when struck by an auto here Victim of the accident waa Charles William Trowbridge son WadeH Harris Dies At 79 Wade Harbison Harris 79 of In diana passed away last evening ever he became ill later in the Police Chief J C Irwin said the youngster ran from between two cars and into the left front fen der of an auto driven by Jacob Beaver Saltsburg The boy was treated by a lo cal physician and sent home How day and was taken to the hospital known for further observation having The mishap was one of two been a salesman at Edwards pedestrian accidents in this area Chevrolet Sales Service for 27 yesterday Larrita McMahon five years He was a lifelong resident yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs of Indiana William McMahon was struck by A complete obituary appears in an auto on Route 80 but she es caped injury Inside The Gazette PLAN CUNIC Indiana County Coaches1 Association pJans to hold and basketball clinic at ISTC in June a football See pages 8 and 9 THE LIGHTER Jerry Bennet and his Washington News notebook are back with a weekly look at the little news from the nations capital See page 6 Other Feafures AUddiul lump Jl IM 3 1011 10 liditurul HvspUnI Swclely c spwtu sa 11 1 3 7 4 Town Teen Ttlfc i WEATHER Partly cloudy and cool tonight with scattered showers and sible thuntjershpwers Low near 50 Sunday variable cloudineM and cool with chance showers High 65 to 70 ;