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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                W Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family way to Is to Always sty they think County City EDITION 261 Paurttert Pages Indiana Saturday June Telephone HO 55555 Seven Cents Hike West P M S RECESS BIG UNTIL HARRISBURG AP Tifo of Pennsylvanias larg est hospitalizatton plans will enact rate increase totaling 21 million dollars a year on Aug 1 for subscribers in the Pitts burgh and Philadelphia areas The boosts were approved Friday by Insurance Commis sioner Francis R Smith for the Hospital oervice Assn of Western Pennsylvania Pitts and the Associated Hospital Service of Philadel phia New Polio Vaccine Revealed PHILADELPHIA AP A new vaccine to prevent Smith accepted the rate appliparalytic polio containing cations by the two groups withiive virus and so easy to use out change The Western can be given in a glass of vania organization sought increase or fmit been ranging from per cent to developed by an independent per cent for its various plans lresearch organization here The Philadelphia plan proposed Dr Hilary Koprowski di a 23 per cent acrossthe board rector of the Wistar Institute in all of its policies news conference Friday The increases will produce some vaccjne has already been 12 million dollars in additional anjused tQ mimunize chil nual revenue for the Pittsburgh Bekian CongO organization and some 9 millions for the Philadelphia plan Smith made no decision on in creases proposed by two other re gional Hospital Ser and the Hospital dren in the Belgian Congo where polio incidence is high Dr Koprowski said the vaccine will be given to Polish children beginning this month in a ful scale immunization program The 4 LUC Service Assni of Northeastern i vaccine is given to children from Pennsylvania WilkesBarre six months to seven years of ag who have not had a third injec WANTS TO RETURN TO COL LEGE Roger G Harley 85 who quit Millersville Teachers College in 1897 is seek ing permission to return to col lege and work for his degree AP In his order Smith said tion rf the conventional Saik type The conditions under which Blue Cross must operate today are far different from those it faced when it began To continue to ex vaccine The Wistar vaccine was dej scribed as an attenuated virus type made from live polio virus which has been weakened and which creates resistance to the disease Salk vaccine uses virus He appoved a Philadelphia has been killed and is 4n for a meritrating system jected by Aug 1st and fulfill its fundamental pur poses BhieCross must adapt it selCto the new Royal Tour Slowed By Hitches STEPHENVILL1V Nfld AP Rams Car To Save Daughter ATLANTA was praying that I could stop him nd I Thats what an attractive suburban Hapeville mother told police Friday after she deliberately crashed her small sedan into another car and rescued her 7yearold daugh ter from a wouldbe abductor Mrs R E Carroll told de tectives she could see her daughter Sally fighting to get out the window I could see my baby and thats alkj could she said He started off fast and I rammed him as hard as I Detectives identified the youth from papers found in his wallet as Raymond A McMahon 17 of Chicago They said he came to live with his grandmother for two months The detectives said he fled on foot after the collision Blood hounds were put on his trail but he wasnot found The Georgia State Patrol and authorities in neighboring states were alerted in Deadlock On Berlin Unbroken the belief he might be heading Hitches in the royal tour develltor Chicago How about pushing this button quest to inaugurate a plan also was approved by Smith Under the proposal a subscriber would have to pay up to for a oneday hospital stay and up to for two or more days of hos pitalization A The Insurance commissioner re Tommended that both organization look into the merits of a New York City plan which gives limited in itial approval of costs for hospi tal subscribers He said the plan then requires attending physcician to submit reasons why costs above this amount should be approved This seems to me to be an excellent Smith said It should go far toward eliminating dren The American Cyanimid Lederle Laboratores and Dr Al bert R Sabin of the University of Cincinnati also are working to develop oral vaccines Dr Koprowski is the developer jf the Wistar vaccine He said further tests are planned before the vaccine is submitted to the federal government for approval Ethel Barrymore Burial Monday HOLLYWOOD AP The of Ethel Barrymore will be placed Three young girls who were to present a bouquet to the Queen md no flowers Bad weather kept a plane carrying the flowers grounded at Sydney Nova Scotia A gleaming new convertible that was to take the royal couple on a 75minute tour wouldnt start Sgt Arthur Sparks the Royal Canadian Air Force driver of the car couldnt explain the trouble It just he said After Sparks had been trying for three minutes to get the engine going Prince Philip leaned over and with a smile said something and helping me start the car Sally walked over and the youth grabbed her He yanked her screaming into the car and sped away Susie ran shouting for her tiye gince Earl Long indicated he may be plotting an BACK AT L Strauss looks over some correspondence yesterday in the Secretary of Commerces office alter the Senate by a 4946 vote rejected his nomination for the cabinet post President Eisenhower said the American people are the losers in what he called the sad episode of the first cabinet nominee to be turned down by the Senate since 1925 said his plans for the future are not fixed AP Wirephoto LavGovernor Situation j Poses ems at BATON ROUGE La AP Louisiana officials were today as to who was the states chief execu iru 101 umaiu Bases of patients who may in a crypt beside her ac aain in the hospital longer brothers John and iM fKa Paltramr PpiTTiPterv is medically crypt is in the Bear Mauls Youth In Glacier Park GLACIER PARK Mont for a minute the bear letj up but it chased him the companion of a young man attacked by a grizzly bear said Friday Joseph L Williams 20 of Harvey Cedars and Robert W Winter 17 of Grosse Point City came across the bear on Altyn Mountain Thursday plight The ferocious animal slashed and mauled Williams He was hos pitalized in a Cardston Canada hospital with deep claw wounds on his head and left leg Winter saw the bear sit down Mausoleum in Los Angeles The famed actress died heart ailment Thursday would have been 80 Aug 15 Recital of the Rosary is Cemetery of a She ten tatively scheduled for 7 Sun day and the Requiem Mass for 10 Monday at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills he Sparks Too bad you havent an English car They work The prince and the Queen final ly abandoned the convertible and took a closed limousine for the tour This was the last stop in New foundland for the couple mother Mrs Carroll obtained a descrip tion of the car told the neighbor to call police jumped into her own small sedan and1 went in of her daughter She said she spotted the car See 2 Col C Church Warns On Owning Bars ANTLERS Okla AP The First Baptist Church here has adopted a resolution warning members that they face explusion from the church if they enter the liquor business They left a secluded lodge at Corner Brook this morning for Deer Lake where they boarded for Stephenville Hundreds See 2 Col I Vi V W VJ i other court battle to free himself from courtordered treat nent in a mental hospital Lt Gov Lether Frazar a friend of the 63yearold ailing overnor said he wants legal advice before formally taking verasacting governor Secretary of State Wade Martin a political enemy of Long said he would continue to ecogniziefLong as governor He challenged Frazars right take byer without formal certification of Longs inability o act Long has been irre ponsible for some time but there has been no legal declaration of Martin said Long called for legal counsel rom his loney ward at the South east Louisian Hospital at Mande ville 54 miles to the east of this Oklahoma voted repeal of prohi bition April and the Legislature is now writing a statutory law governing its sale and use Sale o liquor is expected to be legal by Sept 1 400 Boosted Prices In Increased Costs Force Newspaper Price Hikes NEW YORK costs four cents have caused hundreds of news The papers to raise their prices in reprices i k 1 where he and his late Huey P Long began thriving on peppery politics capital city brother the Newlyweds Set Fires ST PAUL Minn I saw the flames and everything Suitor Slays Jridegroom ToBeToday GUTTENBERG N J AP Jacob Bronler 23 who was to lave been married this afternoon was shot and killed today Police charged a former suitor of the bridetobe with murder Bronler was killed by a single GENEVA Big Four foreign ministers today recessed their conference un til July 13 without breaking the EastWest deadlock on Berlin Western officials forecast a neV Soviet drive for the sum mit following the failure of the talks They said Soviet Premier Khrushchev is trying to frighten the Western powers into a summit confer ence instead of offering con cessions on Berlin as a lure to tie West Secretary of State Christian A Herter and other Western dip lomats are reported to have de cided two weeks ago that this was Khrushchevs strategy Western interest in breaking off the nego tiations here dates from that time The West came to Geneva be lieving it held one trump card Khrushchevs desire for a summit meeting In Herters view the foreign ministers conference took a bad turn about two weeks ago when Soviet Minister Andrei A Gromy ko proposed a oneyear time limit on Western occupation of West Berljn The Westdenounced this as a Soviet ultimatum The negotiating line5 followed here by Gromyko is regarded by the Western leaders as having borne out their estimate of Khrushchevs strategy They think it probably means the Soviet Pre mier considers the Western posi tion weak and feefs he doesnt have to bargain away anything to get a summit conference One reason for such a conclu sion would be the obvious split in the Western camp between Presi dent Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Eisenhower has taken the posi irithe 1920s State police and uties overpowered l it was like a great pressure sheriffs depbeen taken off the cursing That was part of bullet from an Army rifle He was struck in the abdomen His moth er Mrs Sabina Glanz 43 also was shot in the abdomen and was in critical condition in a Wee hawken hospital police said Charged with murder was Rob ert Sharp 32 of UnionCity Police said Sharp used to date Miss Marianne Schabilon 21 VWVM j J Uttt a L wi w fighting governor Thursday night e a newly wed and rushed him to Mandeville A j c physician and a psychiatrist said St Paul couple who admitted Fn he suffered from paranoia schizoj daythey set 11 fires here since delusions of persecution late May to relieve their nerv a statement i whom Bronler was to marry tion that nothing produced so far by the Geneva conference justi fies a summit session Macmillan believes as he has all along that failure here makes a meeting at the summit even more necessary Reviewing the six weeks of ne gotiations here Western authori See 2 Col 1 Damages Of For Indianian Long had just skipped out on an ous agreement for voluntary treat ment in New Orleans The agreejDelores merit had nullified a Texas court months Jerome L Palmquist 21 and newspapers have stressed in raising fight by effecting his Wednesday release from a Galveston psy chiatric clinic He had been held in the clinic 19 days by court order Martin said he would challenge the number selling for 5 cents has f rarer in court if the by 527 I former president m 20 his bride were arrested of three as they approached a lumberyard early Friday with several sheets of tar paper wrapped in newspaper Police Chief Dennis Campbell said Sharp and another man en tered Bronlers apartment shortly before 1 Both meri had been drinking the chief said and Sharp had brought along a rifle which he left stand ing against the wall in the hall way Campbell said the trio began discussing the impending wedding Frank Oberg the fire chief said and Sharp asked Bronler Palmquist told him he had set blazes to relieve nervous ten sion and had felt better after Damage estimates in the The following chart i former president of McNeese Damage estimates in the ri State College attempted to act as serjes Of fjres totalled s was injured Winter saw the bear sit down prices nave paiuvumny me iwuvmuB governor directly behind Williams who had cent years87 in the first four their higher costs for newsprint prices and number of sak hg wouU not stopped to rest on the mountain months 1 One newspaper in advancing charging them reflects the change tf emergency devel u Some 400 increased prices in one noted in the past decade y its price last year norea r iQeo LouisianaPage 2 Col 3 Nobody was injured The bear then got up and circulation categories in licked the back of Joes told a reporter I heard him say hed never been so scared in his whole life He turned slowly The bear pawed Joe and then ripped his jacket Then it grabbed Joe by the wrist He jumped up It bit him and jumped against him knocking him to the ground Joe began to trip and he ran down the steep grade and finally fell The bear ran after him It jumped Joe again and began to 1958 In announcing claw him Today just the paper on which the new prices newspaper is printed costs the newspapers have cited l us more than the revenue we re 1959 170 S 483 49 991 8 4 0 1949 5 0 12 0 119 91 10 the newspapers have cited r creased costs of newsprint wages from our subscribers fringe benefits and various mater Another specified that Since ials and services 1937 the cost of newsprint has in The trend is to more 7cent and l creased from a ton to 10cent papers 1 Higher wages and general bus A survey of more than iness costs such as telephones and newspapers by the Ameriwires are among other factors can Newspaper Publishers Assn cited shows 483 now selling at 7 cents A newspaper raising its price j 1 UCJf e in iiewajuiiii UUIJUB Weekly subscription rates navel church St from Third to Sixth eight cents i these 13 years had more than increased in a ratio similar to the Carpenter AVC from School to The increases have diminished doubled Average wages have Washington Carpenter Ave from 10 cents 8 cents 7 cents 6 cents 5 cents 4 cents 2 cents 0 10 Several Indiana streets will be n blocked off Monday for resurfac Additionally three dailies sell jects f weJather permits for 15 in Alaska and to Police Chief Hurry the Journal of Commerce in New Plan Street Paving Here Promise me you wont marry her Bronler refused Sharp then left the apartment retrieved the rifle and returned to the apartment Campbell said The fires were set in three Campbell said Sharp first fired homes under construction a lumat Bronler and then at Mrs Glanz jeryard two wrecking companies our sheds and a tire firm An Indiana man yesterday was awarded by an Indiana County civil court jury for dam ages and injuries received in a traffic accident near Heshbon last November The accident occurred Nov 14 when the Highways Department roller that Fred A Palmer 1567 Philadelphia was operating was struck by a truck operated by Paul Isenberg 23 Homer City Palmer was awarded the for damages Defendants were Isenberg and Blanche H New Alexandria administratrix ot the W Steele Shaw estate Palmer was employed by the Highways Department and Isen when she attempted to aid son Inside The Gazette THE and 170 at 10 cents Fortynine for the first time in 13 years said cents and eight of price of newsprint during B Owens They are Irft rumnni and veiling for The increases have diminished doubled Average wages have Pnces Washington Carpenter Ayefrom hrfi WinterTS hk the S on the number still selling for five more than doubled during the 13 Sunday newspaper prices sharpy Wayne to Locust and Carpenter help Winter had hit me pear on e Iv refect the mcreased cost sitAve from Philadelphia to Gora the head with a rock but it didnt slow the animals attack on his companion The bear tumbled down the mountainside after park rangers hot and filled it a few hours after the attack cents to 991 and in the whpleiyear United States only 13 still sell fori A substantial number of Dance tonite Sat tfx less than a nickel of childhood memory is gone The i go to newsboys ly reflect the increased cost sitAve from Philadelphia to Gora tnc ustion pcrs announcements point out that a Twelve are now 25 cents and On Tuesday the following streets off 13th from Maple Church bS lillfltMl UJWVvl The day of the twocent paper share in the increased prices will 100 are 20 cents compared with will be blocked K fm nnna in aiFttAV ranoA in 1949 l tn none in either price range in 1949 j Philadelphia to 01 cnuucnoou memory is gone jne go MJ last to sell at that price was the The ANPA figures show that 165 j Also 173 are 15 cents compared from 13th to 14th and Washington Hanover Sun which went to newspapers have increased theirwife 93 in 1949 and 188 still arefrom Oakland to Eleventh five cents last September Five price to 10 cents and 471 to 7 10 cents compared with 219 ten sell for three cents and eight tori cents in die past 10 years while years ago Dr Edwin P Jordan discusses the use of the Electrocardiogram in his column Please turn to page 6 STARS PLAY Gieater Indiana County League allstar team meets Cumbria Industrial League stars tomorrow in game at Creekside at 2 p m This and other sports on pages 8 and 9 Qflier Features AUddms Comkt 10 1213 1011 n Editorial HonplUl Notei Obituaries Sporli Theater Town Teen Talk herberg was a truck driver for Shaw Lumber Co State Trooper John Gondal said the accident occurred on Route 259 in West Wbeatfield Township while the highway was under con struction Palmers witnesses testified that the construction project wa s identified with road signs It was charged that Isenberg was negli gent in operating the truck The defense contended that Pal mer was at fault and that the roller struck the truck Palmer was injured when the impact of the collision threw him off the roller onto the pavement The jury returned the verdict against the defendants after near ly four hours of deliberation They closed the June term of civil court 1 Dance tonite Sat tfx WEATHER Sunny and warm today High in low 80s Fair tonight with low in low Sunday sunny and warm High in high 70s S H green stamps purchases Easy terms Jewelry oa all Rogers   

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