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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TIDDY An Indiana County Newspaper Thai Serves Every Member of the Family It that whftt yw ts more interesting than what Stttt heat Volums 243 A Sixteen Pages V bdiana Pennsylvania Friday May 29 l59 two Sadfont Seven FULL Live Let Live Day Theme Highway By BILL HASTINGS County News Editor Live and let live is the local theme for motoristsas the county Embarks on an other vacation season The first holidayweekend of the year officially arrives is evening opening the ikes for the usual traffic rush Thousands of district citi zens tomorrow will pay tri bute to the deceased with Memorial Day services at gravesides and traditional parades Honored especially will be the dead of seven wars and Korean conflict Millions of Americans though will be battling another war one that seemingly will never end with an armistice It isthe war of the steering wheel U S safety the drive carefully sign out but past statistics havesihdicated their advice will go unheeded Wjth grim they say more Uwn 300 persons will have umh Monday because11 of traffjc smashupsv Thousands will be in See 5 Col 3 Big Four In Talks On Plane By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA Big Four foreign ministers an nounced today after a trans atlantic sky conference that they had a useful exchange of views on their overnight flight from Washington agreed to start the NEW SCIENCE ADVISOR round of their Geneva PRESIDENT Prof George B Kistiakowsky 58 Harvard chem istry professor after announce ment from Washington yesterday that he had been named special assistant for science to President Eisenhower Dr an avid skier later told photo graphers jokingly he preferred to be pictured from rightside not this way because he broke his nose in a spill skiing and it is more noticeable from this side Pa General Business At High UNIVERSITY PARK Pa AP general business index shot to an alltime high dur ing April the Bureau of Business Teamsters OthersHeld talks on German problems the Berlin crisis and the pros pects for a summit conference it the villa of the British foreign secretary The Air Force plane a DC6 carrying the Big Secretary of State Christian A Herter Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko British For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de six mm utes ahead of schedule The four ministers were in jovi al mood Asst Secretary of State Andrew H Berding supplied some details of the conference in the clouds after talking briefly with Herter t tobfe off from Washing tooK oft trpm wasning MINEOLA N Y top ton in midafternoon For the first ranking national leader of thejhour they chatted informally and Teamsters Union and a dozen read they organized a meet other men were held today on about as much secrecy dictments by a grand jury which asthey will ever talked investigated jukebox industry about conference issues for an rackets onLong Island J SPACE TRAINEErOne of several monkeys trained for flight at the Canaveral missile base is placed in the type of couch used in the nose cone of the Jupiter missile launched today in a recovery test This monkey is a Rhesus American born and similar to Monkey Able andt Monkey Bakqr the two which made the missile flight U S Army Photo via AP Wirepholo javaTrainjQr Estimated At Igf5 Burned Three year oldDonald Ver leyen son of Mr and Mrs Malcolm Verheyen Indiana R Dv 1 is listed in critical condition in the Indiana Hos ital with burns he received yesterday evening The lad was burned about rhexarrhs legs and face by jurning gasoline that splash ed from a container hastily hrpwn to the ground after it ignited while the boys father and another rrian were work ing on a car engine It is reported the incident occur red at the Verheyen residence off Route 119 south of Indiana The injured boy was reportedly admitted to the local hospital shortly before 9 after treat ment in the emergency room One report indicated the boy had been removed from the area in which the men were working previous to the incident However he apparently returned to the area unnoticed by either of the men and was in the way of Election Results Said Cause By JOE DONNELLY Editor the results of the May 19 primary election in White Township have made them selves felt in the local school situation A delay in high school construction plans is These results consist of 1 The effective date of the Indiana Area Joint School System the recently ap proved kindergarten through twelfth grade jointure has been indefinitely postponed and j 2 The old split jointure agreement has been reestab lished and reinstated and will continue in effect until July 1960 when the jointure as in the flaming gasoline container The president of a New York City local of the Teamsters Union and other teamsters officals were among 15 men indicted Thursday night John j ORourke 59 an hour and a half Gromyko sat opposite Herter and Couve de Murvifte opposite Lloyd national vjce president of the un ion andhead of the Teamsters Joint Council 16 in New York City Research at Pennsylvania State was one Of those arrested He was University reported today freed in bail after a couple of The index climbed to a record nours in jail The aircraft was under the guid ing hands of Benjamin Han v sen of Medford pilot and Plane Said Afire Before is a longtime friend of Teamsters President James R Hoffa and was named general or ganizer of the union last Decem ber Most of those indicted were ar rested within a short time after See 5 Col 5 high of 169 a 6 per cent gain over March the bureau said The index is based primarily on bank debits industrialpower sales and factory payrolls In its breakdown the bureau noted that the states industrial activity index for April was 120 a 3 per cent increasi oyer March It is based oil coal production fac tory industrial power tales Steel production sfor April reachi ed nettons which was j Double last years figure The survey also showed a drop in unemployment for the despite an increase in the civilian labor force bureau said an estimated i wellknown Clymer resident pass WelUKnbwn Clymer Man PassesAway CLYMER John F Simpson persons were out of work in per cent of the civilian labor force of However it noted the percentage still was well above the national average The April consumer price index Reported the bureau equaled a record high Of reached last November State Grants NUMEC Loan HARRISBVRG AP The Pennsylvania Industrial Develop ment Authority Thursday tenta tively approved i second mortgage loan to Kiski Valley En terprises for construction ol an atomic research laboratory The laboratory will be con structed in North Vandergrift Armstrong County by Nuclear Materials Equipment Corp of Apollo i The laboratory will by a staff of 65 persons Commerce Secretary William R Davlin said Also tentatively approved by the P1DA were loans to these was a second mortgage loan to Connellsville Enterprises Inc to reconstruct the Eureka Fire Brick Works in Connellsville The origin al plant burned last April The new plant which will manu facture fire brick employs 110 edaway at today at his residence 80 Morris St He was 62 Mr Simpson had been superin tehdept of Keystone Mine Imperial Coal for the past six years Prior to that hje was super infendent of Clearfield Bituminous 9oal Cprp mines in the Clymer area for many years He was a member of various Maponic organisations and the Presbyterian Church or Clymer He was also a World War I veteran Among his survivors is his wife Helen Maxim Simpson A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette Capt Evan McConnell of Oak land copilot See Big Page 5 Col 6 Official Count For May Primary The officials count of the indl ana County primary election was filed this morning in the office of the County Commissioners No great change in the totals reported following the May 19 elec tion were noted in the final tally The official count is as follows Supreme Court DEMOCRAT ThoTnas D McBride Michael J Eagen Superior Court Harry M Montgomery County Commissioner Dee Miller Francis Harper Harold C McCormick Sheriff George Merrill Treasurer Robert L Hallman Prothonotary Clarence H Yates Register and Recorder Sara Cliff Gaul Auditor Richard James Agnes B Hood See 5 Col 4 BALTIMORE AP The Cap tal Viscount airliner that explod ed in the air East of Baltimore wo weeks ago was afire before it disintegrated That was the report today from Dr Russell S Fisher the states chief medical examiner The fourengined turboprop plane blew apart while flying at about feet 15 miles east of Baltimore killing all 27 passenD J kA nn ers and the crew bf four DlUlrbVI 11C Inside The Gazette PRESS CLUB Dont miss reading the two songs prepared for presentation at a press club program in Washington See Bennetts column on Page fl KEEPS HOPES Laura Lamar keeps tricounty league hopes alivf Read the de tails on page 10 Other Feafarei Lamp 15 Cburcli Nevt 13 CUtiUlecU 1416 itia Editorial HoiplUI H C If Society Sjwrti Town 7 os i on Indonesia reports say 185 personswere killed and200 seriously injured in a train crash in the mountainous Tasikmala a area of West Java Health Ministry officials announced today Four coaches of a Bandung bound express reportedly plunged into a valley Thursday after a coupling broke informed sources said the accident was believed caused by sabotage by rebel Darul Islam elements The area where the accident occurred is infested with rebels Doctors nurses and tons of medical equipment have been flown to the scene A countrywide appeal has been made for more doctors and nurses OKRpssiter Extension For Repairs HARRISBURG The State Industrial Board Thursday grant ed 90 schools an extension until Sept 1 to conform with state fire safety standards All had been under orders toierable was Jet Crash Sets Carrier Afire At Sea effect iiBw will be dissolved and discontinued This action was taken by the member boards which met vidually following a special joint meeting Each of the members Indiana Bordugh White Township and Armstrong Township unani mously approved the resolution calling for the postponement ol the new agreement and reinstat ing the split jointure contract Last week three Republican can didalesAfor White Township school director who ran on a slate call ing for a separate high school for White Township were With a more than Republican jregistratip1 advanU age is almost tantamount toelection Paul gjjjigrmtendeitt 61 Indiana publicSchools proposed the changes in a brief address to the joint special session of the See S Col 1 Dr Fisher said significant amounts of carbon monoxide were ound in the bloodstream during postmortem examinations of sev eral of the victims He coujd not tell how long the been exposed to smoke before the plane broke up e said It may have been seconds or it may have been he said We only know there was some sort of fire and that smoke was inside the plane for a sufficient length of time for the people to inhale 1 The Civil Aeronautics Board has been painstakingly trying to re assemble the airliner from the hundreds of pieces scattered over a wide area Over the last sever al days CAB investigators have been making public pleas for ad ditional pieces people might have kept as sourvenirs They hope the reconstruction to determine what actually hap pened in the cause it to explode early in the investigation that there definitely suij explosion Masons Notice Pleads Guilty BLA1RSVILLE Henry J Ton er 37 East First Avenue Derry pleaded guilty totwo counts last night before justice of the peace Paul W McGillick and was held for court on a surety of the peace charge He was apprehended Wednesday and charged with surety of the peace pointing fire arms and car rying concealed weapons Toner was returned to the Indi ana County Jail to await further court action JACKSONVILLE AP Fire at sea followed the crash of a Navy jet plane aboard the air craft carrier Essex Thursday The pilot of the plane was killed and an airman car rier deck burned to Three men were critically in jured and 18 hospitalized with mi nor burns or injuries It took nearly an hour to put out the flames that spread when the plane cartwheeled across the Six planes were destroyed or I damaged The carrier had consid to rear eleva make repairs to correct conditions found hazardous or else to close the schools or portions of build ings affected The additional time to comply was granted the following Fourth St School MidlandKTun ioi High School Jackson and Junior High School Jefferson Punxsutawney Rossiter Elemen tary School Rossiter Colfax Ele mentary Springdale Jr High School Harmerville Elemen tary School Acmetonia Elemen tarySchool Cheswick Elementary School and Harwick Elementary School Springdale St School Butler tor upper deck compartments and electrical wiring and equipment Lt James C Steele pilot of the jet was waved off after a low approach but his right wing dipped caught a parked aircraft and his plane then cartwheeled across followed by ex plosions and fire the Navy re ported Steele and his plane went into the water and were lost His wid ow is the former Wilma Moore of Harrodsburg and his mother is Vera C Steele of East Long meadow Mass Charles E Porter the airman Peters who burned to death lived in See 5 Col 1 Know Most About Travel In Famed Space Monkeys Able Baker Flying To D C For Press Confab By GEOFFREY GOULD Iphere far out in the Atlantic nearRico they will be flown to Wash WASHINGTON andthe island of Antigua The re1ington Project scientists will meet Members of Indiana Lodge the worlds most renowned j covery of their nose cone vehicle newsmen Saturday with Able and 313 F A and other Masons i monkeys are flying here for a j from the sea by Navy vessels wasjBakeer on hand to meet the press Seasons 1st Storm Nears Gulf Coast V NEW ORLEANS La AP The seasons JEJrst tropical sfornJ swirled out of the Gulf of Mexico today and aimed winds of 50 miles an hour at the marshy Louisiana coast The Weather Bureaus 8 bulletin placed the storm bearing the name of Arlene about 150 miles south of New Orleans It was moving northwestward about 15 miles an hour with squalls be coming stronger along the Louis iana and Mississippi coasts The center of the storm where the winds are fiercest is expected to reach the Louisiana coastline late the Weather Bu reau did not predict where it would hit The storm stirred up Golf wa ters and pushed tides two to four feet above normal Smallcraft warnings were dis played from just across the Louisiana state line to St Marks 300 miles east ward The Louisiana coast lying direct ly in the path of the storm at its last advised direction contains scattered fishing villages and swamp lands dotted with oil rigs Further to the west by 250 miles is Cameron devas tated by Hurricane Audrey in June 1957 More than 500 lives were lost in the Cameron area during Audreys lashing Property damage was beyond estimate There were no indications if the storm would increase in intensity before moving inland The Coast Guard said all of its men and ships were on an alert we requited to meet at Robinpress conference Saturday oclock Sunday From personal experience they gvening far services for our lateknow more about space travel Brother John J Carlylg Qrr F Simpson Ithan the government scientists almost an anticlimax The monkeys successful 15min Able is a sevenpound rhesus j ute trip is hailed as an auspicious monkey Baker a squirrel monkey J lorerunner for the projected orbit weighing only a pound Both areing around the human iwho will present them jfemales Astronauts by the After all they traveled Through electronic instruments j United States some time in the miles curving out more than 300 that radioed back such informsj next two years announcefThis ovvUbopenimiles mto a Jupiterjtion as pulse rate body heat and and by bis assistant starting June U They survived with nary Other the Eagles 244x missed heartbeat the ponderous thrust as the rocket lifted off the launching pad at Cape Canaveral things included in blood pressure they told scientists nose cone package will give space a much about what can happen to a scientitists further information Dance Saturday May 30tb Music Fja They endured nine minutes WEATHER FORECAST Rather cloudy warm and humid with scattered showers and thunder showers tonight and Saturday High both days 82 to 86 Low tonight near 60 by Jet Tones 243x free of the earths pull of gravity Attention Uaionriaires Post as missle screamed alwig 110000 miles an hour traveler in space The two pioneering were aboard the Navy tug Kiowa early today alive and well As a medical officer cabled back after Also aboard were specimins of monkeys corn yeast mustard seed fruit fly larvae human blood bread mold spore and the eggs and sperm of sea urchins These will be studied for the Mack Pool Opens Tomorrow Mack Community Center swim ming pool will be opened for the 1959 season tomorrow afternoon Opening of the pool will follow a style show and door prize drawing program at The style show if being sponsor ed by local merchants Season ticket applications are available at the pool office S H green purchases Easy Jewelry stamps on all Rogers the sea pickup able baker per American Legion Clymer June i11000 mjies an nour feetNo injuries or other difficulpossible effects of radiation cpsj election and nomination of dele Ajld tnev survived the burning miC rays and weightlessness Thei Stocking Rainbow Sjiturdfiy gates to theState Convention 244x j reentry into the earths atmos1 After reaching San Juan Puerto See 5 Col 3 Ernest jnjerseetioa   

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