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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Serves Every Member of the Family Just wishing ydtt wefe as weal they us somebody etse really isnt doing much about it Volume 255 t City County EDITION Fourteen Pages II Gets Zero TV As Teacher Monster Claim Students COMPTON Calif as an instructor is strict ly a oneeyed monster from nowhere among the crewcut set 40 Compton College The collegians say Theyre tired of being guinea frigs in a pioneer TV edu cation project Vfded instruction has all the fascination of an hour long commercial It gets a zero in the campus audience with an dldfashioned professor you can talk back to Friday more than 200 cut classes and picketed the campus i with placards protesting auto Watized education and robot They hanged in ef figy a headless figure called pio neering Sophomore Ted Hallisey 20 a leader of the Student Organization for Better Education explained When a student sees TV he expects entertainment Hes ex not algebra And there is no instructor to ask Kestions of and clear up mis nceptions It destroys the entire concept of student teacher Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday June 13 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Seven Cents BIG 4 PROGRESS SEEN DIN The antiTV faction says it has signatures of students seek ing to TV from the classroom and return it to the living room The twoyear Southern California school has an enrollment of College President Paul Martin See 2 Col 4 Wife Says Defendant Heavy Drinker TALLAHASSEE Fla AP The wife of Willion T CeilingsTra n worth tearfully told a white male Jury today her husband was not responsible for his actions the nigiii he and threecompamons legedly raped coed He was very well on his way to being dead she said of the last time she saw him the night of the alleged rape KIDNAP VICTIM Mrs Jean ette Bailey 25 of Akron Ohio claims she was abducted in Al buquerque Thursday by two men and a woman She was transported by car to Oklahoma where she said she escaped from a motel at Guymon about mid night Thursday AP Wirephoto Mrs Pearlie Collinsworth a Kills Three Men CECIL N J station wagon collided with the lead en gine of a Jersey Central Railroad into rcaiHE vuumswurui gine oi a jersey central Kailroad small thinfaced brownhaired woj freight train early today killing man took the stand to testify in three Franklinville N men of a defense claim that All were in the station wagon The victims were Wallace Cook wllinsworth was mentally in capable of distinguishing between 50 the driver and a father of 14 right and wrong when he hadchildren his brotherinlaw Ben been drinking ijamin Kirk 45 and John A On trial with Collinsworth are David E Beagles Ollie Stouta niire and Patrick Scarborough Mrs Collinsworth wrung her Pappas 23 The train dragged the station wagon 52 feet along the tracks ripping it apart The three men hands nervously between sobswere killed instantly They were while she replied to questions pronounced dead at the scene by about their family life Dr William R Hofer Gloucester When he is sober you could rwt ask for a better husband He was a good provider for me and the two she said But when he had even one beer he couldnt stop and he didnt seem like the same man He would beat me and he didnt seem to remember what he was Collinsworth at 23 the eldest of the four white youths on trial for their lives in the case became County coroner The 35car freight pulled by two diesels was westbound from Long Branch to Bridgeton N J The engineer was Marvin D Ireland 66 of Bridgeton Police said that a northbound Public Service bus halted at the crossing protected by blinker lights They said the bus driver blinked his lights off and on to try and attract the attention of lotional as his wife and older rother testified He wiped tears dllver of the station from his eyes with a handkerchief he reahfd vehicle and buried his head in his hands not stopping for the train The Collinsworth defense start ed after testimony of two other defendants Beagles and Scarbor ough that the Negro coed sub mitted to them voluntarily The fourth defendant Stoutamire d his case without taking the Alverdd Boy 8 nto Surgery ALVERDA An 8yearold Al verda boy has undergone emergen cy surgery for injuries recefved ABeagles and Scarborough testij this week in a fall from his bicycle fred Friday night that no force in critical condition in Memorial was applied when they had relai Hospital Johnstown is John tions with her although there was Shultz son of Mr and Mrs Paul a shotgun and switchblade knife iR Shultz He was hurt about 730 last evening when he fell from his bicycle Rushed to Miners Hospital in Spangler the boy was treated for a puncture wound of the head and possible compressed fracture of See Page 2 Col 1 Grondmom Sets Scholastic Record LUIS OBISPO Calif sku11 grandmother was graduated He was by ambulance jrom San Luis Obispo Junior Colfrom there to Memorial Hospital lege Friday with the first perfect surgery scholastic record in the schools shTSd straight As and was made a life member of Alpha Gamma Sigma junior college OUCI ll EdlerlY She is Mrs Natalie Wolfe 50 grandmother of four and wife ofi electronics professor at Cali Ja Polytechnic College here Deans Restaurant 533 PhiJa St will close for employees vacations June 8 Will open June 15 at 6 255x Elizabeth Donahey passed away yesterday in Cribbs Rest Home Black Lick She was 96 and a resident of Indiana for 31 years A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette 40 Italian Ships Idled By Strike ROME AP At least 40 Italian ships were idled in ports around the world today j by a seamens strike now in its fifth day Although most of the strike bound vessels were in Italy some of the biggest including the Giulio Cesare flagship of the Italian Line and the Vulcania were in New York The walkout by seven Commuj nist and nonCommunist unions caught Italian liners in Dakar Af rica Melbourne Australia Kara chi Pakistan Cristobal Panama Istanbul Turkey and elsewhere Some passengers were affected More than 30 of the strikebound ships are owned by companies in which the Italian government has large stock holdings In a move that could worsen the strike owners of four ships obtained a court order Friday night permitting them to decom mission their ships temporarily They temporarily discharged their crews which they said planned to join the strike The unions did not comment im mediately on the action Once before shipowners tem porarily decommissioned their ships during a contract dispute The unions then charged that the crews had been locked out and called a weeklong work stoppage on other ships Operators from both the govern mentowned and privatelyowned liners obtained decommission per mission under an Italian maritime HERES THAT HOVERING HOVERCRAFT It looks like a saucer flies like a helicopter and huffs and puffs like a vacuum cleaner in reverse A ground control man gives the off signal to Britains Hovercraft as it lifts off the runway on Englands south coast Isle of Wight for a test flight The twoman crew controls just forward of the circular vent which sucks in air fromabove and expels it below to form an air cushion lifting the craft off the ground The single engine also pumps air through the square ducts at left and right for forward propulsion AP Wirephoto Heart Operation Fata To Cherry Tree Youth code allowing such ac tipn if the owners can show their ships have been idled for rea sons beyond their control The four ships included the big liner Augusts which was to sail today for New York the Amerigo Vespucci in Central American service the Federico C on the South American run and the San Marco in Italian coastal service About the time the decommis See 2 Col 6 Pittsburgh Man Held On Morals Count Donald L Miller 30 Pittsburgh was confined to the Indiana Coun ty Jail early this morning by In diana Borough Police on a charge of corrupting the morals of a child and furnishing liquor to a minor According to the police Miller and a 14yearold boy from Cora opolis were in a local hotel when the boy ran from the building to summon police Police said Miller and the boy were in town to attend a sports clinic He pleaded guilty to the charge of furnishing liquor but was held for court action on the other count Miller was given a hearing be fore justice of the peace A M Cox today Girl Brother In Try To Burn Parents JACKSON Mich teen age girl broth er were accused by police today of trying to kill their parents by throwing gasoline on them while they were sleeping and then set ting fire to their bed Doreen Baker 15 and Bruce Baker were held in the Jackson County Juvenile Detention Home Officers quoted them as saying their parents were tpo strict and were always Mr and Mrs Sterling Baker the parents werevawakened Fri day when fire engulfed their bed Mrs Baker 44 ran screaming from the house in suburban Michi gan Center her hair afire Neigh bors awakened by her screams grabbed her and smothered the flames with blankets They went into the Baker homexand found the 62 year old father badly burned standing in a daze They led him to safety See 2 Col 4 CHERRY TREE Jack Shaffer 16yearold Cherry Tree boy who graduated last month at Harmony Joint High School yesterday underwent eight hours of surgery at a Philadelphia Hospital for correction of a congenital heart condition He died just before midnight last night The Shaffer youth a son of Mr and Mrs Dick Shaffer was featured in district newspapers in April wheta it was learned a large supply of blood would be needed for his Citizens in the Cherry Tree area contributed 72 pints of blood in the drive Young Shaffer had been handi capped since birth with what doc tors described as two holes in the In spite of the condition he attended school on a regular basis and participated in activities on a limited scale Yesterday he underwent surgery at Hahnemann Hospital Philadel phia in hopes the condition could be corrected He died however just before midnight A complete obituary will appear in Mondays edition of the Indiana Evening Gazette McCracken Fu neral Home Cherry Tree is in charge of arrangements Biggest Pgh Parade Today PITTSBURGH AP Blaring if KJ wr A 1VAM V QISJ1 trumpets and the beat of drums owner David Ozzella was today kicked off the citys chemicais in one of the Blast Kills Two Men PORTVILLE ald Ozzella 27 was injured fatally and David Mendell 21 suffered shock when three explosions program represented an insignif Critics Of Land Reform HAVANA Castro to day accused Cuban critics of his governments land reform pro gram of being unpatriotic He de nounced them as cheap corrupt The 32yearold Prime Minister in a strong speech answering op position inside the country de clared the revolution he led will crush all before Castro mentioned no names but his remarks appeared clearly di rected at Armando Cainas Mila nes head of the Cattlemens As sociation and Antonio de Varona ranking official of the Autentico Party led by exPresident Carlos Prio Socarras Castro declared that the cattler men affected by the land reform ripped through the Olean Fire spectacular parade in history company buildings when the Colorful contingents reflecting iflrst expiosion occurred state po the ways of iving working said A fire spread to a near ing and thinking joined in a triby building and set off two more bute to the citys 200th birthday explosions celebration The parade had 40 band s 12 iHoats and more than march ers Capitol Restaurant Closed icant In challenging Cubans who op pose the agrarian law the fiery prime minister asserted they never even mention the fact we took caballerias million acres away from foreign own Castro appeared six hours late at the labor rally Earlier Friday June 22 255x Unofficial Ivy League Yale Chorus On Goodwill Trip To Soviet Union For 2nd Year Editors Note Next week a chorus of young Yale men will take off for the Soviet Union on their second summer visit to spread goodwill on wings of song the chorus delivered a rousing 23 and travel to Riga Lvov and Russian folk jong in perfect RUS the Black Sea resorts of Sochi sian accents The Soviet militiamen equally The chorus members feel their as startled as the passersby did visits are a form of cultural ex League ambassadors think will happen By ANGELO NATALE NEW HAVEN Conn group of young Americans assem for employes vacation June 15 to with US Ambassa dor Philip Bonsai Castro said he and Bonsai dis cussed in cordial terms two notes In the first note last Wednesday the United States rejected Castros offer of eight million tons of Cu ban sugar at four cents a pound in 1961 The second note Thurs day expressed concern over in demnization features of land re forms insofar as they affect ex propriated American properties Castro said this note will be an swered through normal diplomatic channels In an apparent reference to the note he said agrarian reform is Cubas internal matter adding that Cuba is an entirely sovereign and Yalta Heres what unofficial Ivy nothing to stop the concert only I change between the two countries r i j a throyy from fjje Krembut on a maninthestreet level lins walls They dont travel as a unit and That happened less than a year i they apply for their visas as in ago and the scene was repeated jdividuals There is no spokesman often in Soviet cities from Kievas such for the group They are Uranium Ore Deal11 Nets 2 Arrests SAN ANTONIO Tex AP Two men surrendered Friday night to face charges in connec tion with an uranium deal which may involve one million dollars or more John Milton Addison 36 and Dan Nance 32 ended a statewide search with their surrender They were soon freed on bonds of 000 each Addison and Nance had been sought since Wednesday whenra county grand juryreported two each charg ing trtem wttfr more than Homer Garrison who heads the Texas Department of Public Safety said reports from investi gators indicated as many as 400 persons may have been victim ized by false representation re garding uranium ore mines and production jchemes Asst Dist Atty Harold Hall said documents seized in a aday hotel suite indicated Addl son and Nance had received mon ey from people in 18 states Hall said the two moved in the best circles dropping hints that they had a machine which would make it profitable to operate abandoned uranium mines He said they let it be known that loans would be necessary for their See 2 Col 8 Boy 6 Dies On Last Day Of School SCARSDALE AP It was little Russell Roy Andersons last day of kindergarten Russell 6 years old gathered up his books at the Trinity Lu theran Church school and walked outside to await his father Arthur Anderson the father was several cars back in a line of other parents who had come to take their children home at 3 yesterday As Anderson waited his turn to move up he heard a crash ahead He got out to investigate In horror he saw the crushed body of his son Police said a car driven by Mrs Catherine Stowell 62 who had arrived to pick up a grand son had lurched forward out of control mounted the terrace where the Anderson boy was standing and struck him down The boy was pronounced dead a few minutes later Prospects Appearing Dim Now By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA officials said today prospects appear dim for the Soviet Union and the Western powers reaching any agree ment on Berlin and Germany at the current Big Four for eign ministers conference Advisers of Secretary of State Christian A Herter ex pect the Soviets to launch a propaganda offensive blaming the West for failure of the talks and marshalling world pressure for a summit con ference anyway There is a possibility the West ern foreign ministers may seek a recess of their conference and leave the way open to get togeth er again President Eisenhower has made plain that he has no intention of meeting Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev unless the foreign ministers show enough progress to justify a headsofgovernment conference With sessions of the foreign ministers recessed over the week end the showdown is expected to come early next week The French reportedly share the gloom of the Americans about chances of success But the Brit ish cling to a hope that the So viets might back down on dem See 2 Col 2 NY Hospital StrikeRuled NEW YORK State Su preme Court justice has ruled that the strike by nonprofessional workers against seven hospitals is a bona fide labor strike Justice Henry Epstein Friday declined to issue an injunction against Local 1199 Retail Drug Employers Union sought by five of the hospitals Epstein held that the State La bor Relations Act expressly pre served to all employes the right to He added that the State Legislature in enacting the anti injunction act gave not the slight est indication of any intent to ex empt nonprofit or charitable as sociations or The jurist also rfused to punish leaders of the striking union Earlier Friday the Appellate Division upheld 15day jail sen tences and fines ordered for Leon J Davis Local president and George Goodman the unions business manager for violating a previous nostrike injunction is sued by another judge The union said it would take this ruling to the Court of Appeals The strike entering its sixth week was called in a demand for union recognition and higher pay The union says wages are as low as a week 1 bed swifUy seemingly from out to the Red capital jnot a delegation S H green stamps on all Easy terms Rogers tfx Capitol Restaurant closed for employes vacation June 15 to June 22 More of the same will take place Be at Mayakovsky Square at this summer when the Yale is a sample of the in Freak Accident Kills Girl 4 FRANKLIN Mass yearold Cheryl Mulvey was killed Friday in a freak accident She was run over twice by the family car in the driveway of hex home Police said Cheryl was playing in the driveway when her sister Su san 3 climbed into the car the automobile rolled backward and passed over the child Then it rolled up an incline that sent il forward again and ran over the little girl a second time mien me ioic luuigiH a sampie 01 me insvlvania sian Chorus revisits the Soviet Unformal instructions under which Indiana banks and most other banks in Indiana County will be closed Monday in observance of Flag Day a legal holiday in Pennj SDtlcia aff DricP Sat and per M Wiggs Sat nite Music by Finley 255x tonite t Sat Dance tonite Sat tfx of nowhere in Red Square Just as suddenly they burst into song The startled Moscovftes didnt stop immediately but kept walkion for a monthlong stay the chorus operates ing by looking over their shoulj There were 18 in the group last The Americans show up at the atvu FC1 JYI ders But soon one of them paused i September Perhaps two dozen or designated hour two or three at Johnston Lumber Co Phone GR to listen to the Negro more will make the trip this time a lime When enough of them are Then another it depends on how much money on hand the singing begins Late Before long a crowd of nun they can muster comers merely stroll up to the dreds of Soviet people But the plans are made They rest of the signers and join in to hear the impromptu concert j intend to leave the United States When the concert is over the The crowd grew delighted asJune 15 arrive in Moscow June See Z Col 92622 Inside The Gazette JERRY BENNETTS Jerry Bennett brings his weekly look at the Washington back in his column on editorial page 6 VFW GOLF Ed Smith the VFW medalist honors See details of this tournament and other sports on pages 8 and 9 Other Features 255x1 Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar gains galore 258x Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar gains galore 258x1 10 Editorial 9 t HosplUl 13 fumUs 1011 Obituaries 2 K Society 4 H 7 Theater Town Teen Tali I WEATHER Generally fair and less humid tonight and pleasant Sunday High 69 to 78 Low 48 to ST diuujf   

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