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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TIDDY Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family In the business world when the mark its easier to loot the Volume 273 City EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday July 6 1959 Two Sections Seven Centi DROWNINGS MAR W Weekend Highway Toil Light Here None Dead None Hurt Damages Light In Trio Of Mishaps In County Indiana County highways were death free and almost accident free over the Fourth of July weekend State Police at the Indiana substation reported three mishaps involving only marred the celebration festiv ities However no injuries were reported The first accident occurred about p m Friday on Route 480 two miles West of Clymer A truck operated by Joseph D Richards 30 Marion Center R D 2 was travel ing West on 480 when his truck spun out of control ran off the road and sheared a utility pole Moments later a car driven by jJohn Tomayko 22 Dixonville go iing East on 480 smacked into the i utility pole which had fallen across the highway Damages were set at to the Richards truck and to the To mayko auto The second accident happened at about last night two miles East of Blairsville at the intersec tion of Routes 22 and 119 A car driven by John Peterck j 51 Box 114 Ciymer pulled up to the stop sign at 119 and 22 and was struck from behind by an auto operated by George N Tsoufiore 36 Akron which failed to stop Damages were estimated at to the Peterck car and to the Tsoufiore auto The other accident occurred about last night miles North of Indiana dn Route 110 near the intersection of 119 According to police a car operat a collision but piled into an on coming car driven by Alphonse Embry 32 Ernest Police set damages at to1 the Smith car and to the Embry vehicle DAVID BENGURION quits top Israeli post Israel Has t Government Difficulty JERUSALEM was finding it difficult today to form a new government in the wake of David BenGurions resignation as prime minister He quit Sunday night after a 10day row over sale of Israeli arms to West Germany President Izhak BenZvi began preliminary talks with parliamen tary factions on the formation of J J but afternoon and evening showers a regime to replace the 15memwere indicated in many parts of her coalition government that as thev South and East Soviets Send Two Hounds Into Space ed by Fred W Smith 22 9 South 5th Street was traveling West 110 when the car ahead has launched a space rock abruptly Smith swerved to avoid et containing two dogs which were BULLETIN LONDON AP The Soviet Pleasant k A i X IVIOST OT By The Associated Press Fairly pleasant weather vailed across the country pre returned safely to earth Moscow radio said tonight The announcement came from Tass the Soviet news agency Moscow said the launching was made July 2 It described the event as a rou tine launching of a singlestage ITS of the crowd which visited the Lions Club Fourth of July celebration at Mack Community Center Saturday is shown at the entrance to the midway of the Gooding Amusement Shows Lions officials jestimated over per sons attended the celebration at Its peak the fireworks dis play at night However some were on hand in the after noon for the stock car races and carnival More pictures on page one of the second Photo by Chicago Welcome British Royal Pair By RELMAN MORIN CHICAGO Elizabeth II stepped ashore geophysical ballistic of Chicago today amid the thunder of army artillery roar dium range jing ships whistles and the cheers of thousands of specta Previously the United States had tors massed around Buckingham Fountain Landing recovered two monkeys sent into A cordon of police struggled to hold back other sPace isands trying to approach the reviewing stand on the dock Mission of the Soviet rocket was The royal yacht Britannias barge brought Elizabeth to aid scientific research in theand Prince Philip ashore The yacht was moored outside the upper layers of the breakwater the broadcast added is customary is staying on as a caretaker government until a new one is formed But BenGuridn refused to sit 0ivith the caretaker government contending he will have nothing to do with the four ministers Irom the leftwing Achduth Avo dah and Mapam parties which led opposition to the Israeli arms deal with West Germany and refused to quit the Cabinet BenGurion has no authority to dismiss them Showers sprinkled areas in the Pacific Northwest much of the Ohio Valley parts of the lower Mississippi Valley and southern plains during the night Light rain also was reported in scattered sections of Texas Arizona Wis consin and New York There was no immediate indi cation how high the dogs flew Babies Wont Be Adopted Says Farmer A 21gun salute began when the launch started toward shore In close formation a flight of jet fighter planes roared low over the scene Hundreds of small pleas ure craft followed the barge It looked like an amphibious as sault a scene World War II So began the day in Chicago reminiscent of Queens 13hour Former Erie Educator Dies Nome Wynn Drysdale As 1st Pitchers PITTSBURGH Don Drys dale of the Los Angeles Dodger and Early Wynn of the Chicag White Sox today were named a starting pitchers for Tuesdays AREA Dayton Man Torrance Patient Drown Both Listed As Accidental Two accidental drownings marred an otherwise safa and sane Fourth of July weekend for Indiana County Drowning victims were Charles Kirkpatrick 38 of Dayton Nicky Salvo 28 a patient at Torrance State HosptiaL Kirkpatrick drowned hv the Allegheny River yesterday while his griefstricken wife and two sons looked on It took Iremen more than two hours to recover his body Officials said Kirkpatrick and a companion were swimming in the Allegheny when the Dayton man drowned Authorities listed the death as accidental and said no inquest is planned Salvo a resident of Arnold Accidental Death Toll In Pa Is 21 AllStar baseball game at Forbes Field Dave Grote National League publicity director said Lew Bur dette of the Milwaukee Braves probably would be the second Na tional League pitcher There was no immediate word on the second American League pitcher Casey Stengel of New York the American League manager said The Fourth of July holiday death toll in Pennsylvania stood at21 today tragically high but not as severe as it has been over other nonholiday weekends The worst weekend of the year was that of March 2729 when 35 persons were killed 31 of them in raffic crashes Eleven persons iost their lives on the highways over the past weekend four oth ers drowned two perished in an airplane crash and three met death from other accidental caus es The airplane crash took the lives of Lamoine Johns 38 and his wife Lois 42 of Westfield Their World Warv II trainer plane crashed and burned on takeoff from the Williamsport Lycoming County Airport Sunday Four of the drowning deaths oc curred on Sunday The victims were Charles Kilpatrick 38 of Dayton Armstrong who drowned in the Allegheny River 12 miles north of Oil City Terry A Davenport 18 of Stillwater 1 who lost his life in a dam in Huntingdon Township and Wil liam Johnson 35 who fell into the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia The other drowning was that of Gordon Starner 18 of York in Otter Creek Saturday Sparate auto crashes claimed two lives apiece Saturday Fritz Se 5 Col 1 To Iks Resume Today he had planned to Wilhelm Baltimore start Hoyt knuckleball pitcher but switched when Wil helm worked six innings Sunday I wanted to stick with a right hander against this team and ERIE Pa serthats why I picked vices will be held Wednesday for Dr Michael J Relihan a former Erie educator Dr Relihan died at home Saturday at the age of 76 Dr Relihan a native of Sharon Only minor temperature changes dayold triplets said today they sleeved summer dless elbow have received so many offers of wmte Bloves a flowered weae reported Fair weather was in prospect Lakes and 161 thev wil1 not consider and a Peails in the upper Great nearby parts of the upper Ohio adoption any putting the babies up for She was smiling and looked rested after spending1 all day Sun BenGurions Maj Valley westward including east dont think I can possibly part day on the voyage from Parry pai party proposed that the dateern sections of the northern and said Mrs Caada to Chicago for Israels next plains and the upper MisMlller 35as she waited for docl chief of protocol Selections be advanced from Nov Valley Clear skies also tors tn pplpflcp hpp an1 lha 17 to Sept 26 to shorten the crit ical transition period Parliament would have to approve any the education department at Mer cyhurst College in Erie It had been a foregone conclu sion that Fred Haney of Milwau kee ger the National also would League use a mana right hander The American League starting lineup had only one lefthanded batter second baseman Nellie Fox of Chicago NEW YORK tors for steel AP Negotia management and labor went back to the bargain ing table today after a threeday weekend ready to try again to reach agreement before a dead line only eight days awayt Both sides were asked if the weekend of rest had produced any new ideas to bring to the talks R Conrad Cooper top industry negotiator replied Well see and shrugged his shoulder Union head David J McDonald merely explained that his quiet weekend was interrupted three times to who was a patient at Torrance drowned last evening when he slip ped off a rock dn the banks of the Conemaugh River near Blairsville Volunteer firemen from Blairs ville were summoned at They dragged the river bed for almost two hours before recover ing the body about 30 feet from where he was last seen Firemen said Salvo and three other patients from the hospital were swimming in the Conemaugh River about two miles east of Blairsville Salvo was reportedly standing on a large rock when he lost his footing and slipped into one of the treacherous holes of the river Firemen used two boats in drag ing the river bed They pointed out that the area in which Salvo drowned is one of the most dangerous sections of the Conemaugh They said that whithin a few feet the depth of the water drops from five feet to 27 Salvo was pronounced dead by Chief Deputy Coronert Carman E Perna of Westmoreland County Faith Fails As Diabetic Dies In Mich DETROIT A A wdman diabetic who said she threw away her insulin in the belief she had been cured by faith died Sunday in a Detroit hospital the woman Wanda Beach 37 of Stanton a diabetic since infancy came here Friday to at tend services of evangelist Oral Roberts She called her parents Friday night and told them she was completely cured A motel manager William Me Kee said Mrs Beach attended the evangelists services Friday and Saturday night Afterward she told McKee and other motel resi dents she felt so good that she threw away her insulin Mrs Beach became ill Sunday A doctor reported she was in a diabetic coma A member of the evangelists party R F DeWeese said This make television appearances did not comment further changes in the election laws her and the girliBuchanan greeted the Queen and wererrforecastin areas from from the hospital here Philip officially The royal couple fornia eastward into much of the rd live to reBret t for tlle rest I then passed down a long line of central and southern Rockies ol niv life slle declared emoofficials including the ambassa Showers were likely in most t probably would drive dors to the United States from the The four ministers caused the other parts of the country sjck with United Kingdom and six common fourvearold government to topilated showers were indicated Miller 55 was downtown wealth nations pie bv voting against the sale of Across much of Texas with scat1 makings of the formula An honor guard ot soldiers mortar shells to West showers through broad babies Wl11 8ctAt the many Most of the shells have eastward and northeastward An honor guard ot fivesailors and Marines stood already been delivered to the Bonn government The Israeli press has been call Ing the arms sold to West Ger many grenade throwers but the Defense Ministry in Bonn said this seemed to be a mistranslation of the German word for mortar shells In his letter of resignation to President Izhak BenZvi Ben Gurion accused the four of vio lating the principle of collective Cabinet responsibility by their ac tion All cabinet members had pledged in 1957 to support cabinet5 decisions or resign BenGurion told newsmen although he is obliged by law to See 5 Col 4 parts of New England stiffly jnto room frame home in at attention while the band saluted 110 miles from here the Millers Elizabeth with God Save thetween Could Cause New Far East jie is a tragic case We constantly ad vise people never to do a thing like that We advise them to go to their own doctors and get a medical examination and clear ance before stopping medicaJ Red Nationalist Plane Battle Boosts Tensions By RENEGEORGES INAGAKI routine patrol south of the Naj The Reds also could use a new Harry Tomb Dairyman Dies At 94 Harry W Tomb 94 of 635 TOKYCMAPi The battle betionalistfield Matsu islands crisis for domestic Indiana passed away were jumped by 12 Sovietfa fllB nfnnlpc minHa nff his home yesterday at I three older children were prepar Party for the homecoming in die 273 i familys ancient automobile See 5 Col 5 Inside The Gazeffe INSIDE FBI director J Edgar Hoover comments today on liberty Read his remarks in Victor Riesels column on page 6 TOURNAMENT Deimitt and Morton win the Tournaments Read about their Indiana Country Club Golf victories on pages 10 and 11 S H purchases Jewelry green Easy stamps terms on all Rogers j tfx AUddin Limp Busiueat Mirror Classifieds Other Features II II Society i Editorial fi 14U HosplUI Notei 15 TVIUdio lM3 A World ExCounty Youth Drowns July 4 andithe made M shot take the peoples minds off cur rent The Reds is at home have admitted food Mr Tomb one of the commun itys oldest residents was a pio neer in the dairying business in n nn r u billy J0m Chinese Communist Nationalist planes that tensions in the Formosa this weekend could be the start A fifth jof a new Far East crisis i planes and antiaircraft fire on that the communes arent be the first person to begin The Nationalists have been prethe Palchuan White Dog Is1 up to advance hopes that the inj pasteurizing of milk in the county dieting such a flareup for months lands 11 miles south of the campaign has disand was instrumental in the or and recently warned that thesiis I located agriculture iganizing of the Johnstown Sani MIG was downed by shortages have acknowledged I Indiana County He was believed Cllinese Reds had decided at a All the Sabre Jets returned safe Drought locusts and floods have ley whose parents are former In nit coaference to stir thjngsi to Aeir northern Formosa diana County residents drotfned jn critica of The Nationalists claim the airof July 4 in an accident near Ra K venna 0 He was a son of Mr and Mrs Harry Gromley New Milford 0 tary Dairy Co He was the dairys manager Survivors include his maternal grandparents Mr and M r s also caused havoc The crushing part of the The Nationalists claim the air of the Tibetan uprising may have i for more than 25 years before mov world battle was provoked by the Comstirred discontent j ing to Kentucky where he invested It is almost a year since Red munists the same way last years The Peiping leaders may feelin oil and kaolin interests He re shelling of the Nationalistheld offtension in the Formosa Strait bejthat a war scare could hide to Indiana County and en shore islands started the Quemoygan with Red artillery troubles long enough for them loitered the fceii selling 1 A 4 IM laJn troubles If the Nationalist alarms are Although this crisis fizzled out correct why does the Peiping re I xi 1 AtbfeJVU VWV I Wli W 11 V U George Hawk Manon Center and ale lasl eai lhe Peiping regime gime want a crisis paternal grandparents Mr been maki ominous It could be part of the Mrs Edgar Gromley Cherry Iree ry to straighten things out jfore his retirement in 1940 Only last month unidentified So A complete obituary in vietstyle MIGs attacked and criptodays Gazette pled a patrol plane with 14 1011 7 of Leech Oui uiiw W for Harry W Homer City Rifle Club party to nite M tfx WEATHER Clearing and cool lunighl Low near mild High 11 to 83 60 Tuesday sunny and n Qther Fgr areag continuing campaign to test Westmen aboard 45 miles off the North 7 t The aerial battle Sunday was ern defenses and determination in Korean coast in international wa An obituary appears m todays the biggest in the Far in nine months i It could also be their way of rej Red China has resumed ser H fnr Air Force headquarters on Forminding the United warnings to the United jBruaos Restaurant cloned tor iniv s account cerned with Europe and Berlin States for alleged territorial sea employees vacation July 0 Opaa July 13 Pizza for lake out orders1 Four Nationalist pilots flying that Peiping is also to be recokonand air violations By ships d3 Pizza for take out owfefi only 274 1 made Sabre Jets were on with planes only   

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