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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family When you become beside tclf with temper youre in bad company II Volume 285 City EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday July 20 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents BOLIVAR CRASH KILLS COUNTAN Smash Iraqi Revolt BEIRUT Lebanon Premier Abdel Karim Kas sems regime claims it has smashed a proRed revolt and army mutiny in Iraqs inorthern oil fields but press reports to Cairo and Damas cus say clashes are continu ing Arab dispatches said hun dreds of casualties had re sulted from the fighting which broke out Wednesday while Iraq was celebrating fects of the nationwide strike lent the anniversary of Kassems an air of urgency to the meetings 1958 overthrow of the Iraqi Nearly 90 per cent of the coun entire northtrys steelmaking capacity is shut east area was reported toioffSteel production losses enter have been in a state of the sixth daV of tne walkout Effects Being Top U S Mediator Resumes Efforts To Settle Steel Strike NEW YORK nations top mediator today resumed efforts to get talks going again in the strikebound steel industry Joseph P Finnegan director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and three key aides went into a morning discussion with contract negotiators for the basic steel industry A similar session with the United Steelworkers Unions team was scheduled in the afternoon Rapidly spreading economic ef Continuing Conference West Goal GENEVA AP In an effort to find a way to end the Berlin crisis the West proposed to the only been scattered clashes and Approximately workers inj Soviet Union today the creation of related industries chiefly coal continuing conference of foreign civil war Iraqs military governor med Sal eh Abdi declared ina amounting Baghdad broadcast that there haddollars totaled about 214 million dollars A half million striking steel Ahworkers counted pay losses to some 50 mjnj0n that order had been restored From Baghdad also came an transportation have been fur appeal by Kassem to those who laughed strayed to go back to the Under orders from President Eisenhower to press for quick set tlement of the dispute Finnegan was seeking some way to budge right In the toughest tone he has yet used Kassem de clared We will settle accounts with any and all who attack the liberty of the Reports from Cairo and Damas cus capitals of President Nas sers United Arab Republic gave this account of the trouble ministers with East and West German advisers to negotiate a German peace settlement Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter presented the West ern compromise offer after re industry and union leaders fromJecting a proposal by Soviet For their entrenched positions Finnegan sounded out both sides last Wednesday first day of the strike He came away saying he Local army and police units in i tion could see no quick or easy soluBerlin truce jeign Minister Andrei Gromyko for formation of an allGerman com mittee to negotiate unification and a peace treaty during an 18month He said nothing could be gained by trying to get negotiators to gether immediately put off fur ther peace moves until today The union demands a wage in crease and improved fringe bene fits The industry contends any boost in labor costs would be in Route 259 wreckage near Bolivar where Walter Yarnell was killed today by Buchanan S es ISTC Field House For The purpose of the Soviets in putting forward the proposal is all too clearly to perpetuate the par tition of Herter said in Quick Rise a speech to the Big Four in a for I n D M Kl U mal session at the Palace of DQlllv ExMiner tions He then made the Western coun terproposal which would retain di flationary wants to eliminate rect big power responsibility for See 2 Col 2 8 In Family Rescued In I I I I j ti T what it calls certain unification and a peaceHows tllls tor success CollegeGymnasium which has a seating capacity of less than 1 000 MOAB Utah AP Eight work practices Steelworkers had treaty but would specifically prostudent 30 days ago bank manfor basketball contests archedoeoDle and one nint ofibeen averaging an hour vide for increasing contacts beager today ater a sDoonW at Ttinc a President Eisenhower has been tween West Germany and Commu That speedy climb came to In introducing the taitr a spoomui at a lime 81 L T ivimlpH nnf rhar India McKEE SPORT Pa A bill that would provide a field house for Indian State Teachers College was introduced today in the State House of Representatives by Assemblyman William G Buchanan RIndiana bill is an appropriation for con struction of the field house The proposed new building would have a seating capa city of between and for basketball games and other athletic events The school is presently using Wallei parched water a spoonful wRmrning sun with only a disabled receiving daily reports on the car for shade a little salmon egg fish bait for food and fi nally a thirsty childs question Mommy what does it feel like to die That was Diane Scott 9 trying to sleep after almost two days this Mommy 35yearold Laura Scott answered gravely It would be like going to sleep just go unconscious and radually Will I get water in Heaven See 2 Col 6 Ike Attacks Skyrocketing US Spending WASHINGTON Eisenhower spoke out again to nist East Germany Here is the text of the propo sition which has West German ap proval and was reluctantly agreed to by France Saturday after a week of Western disagreement The Geneva Conference of For eign Ministers as at present con stituted shall continue in being for the purpose of considering the German problem as a whole It should also consider questions Buchan Hugh Coughanour 29yearold sonian pointed out that Indiana State of a Belle Vernon coal College is the only state The University of Pittsburgh I teachers college in Pennsylvania graduate was named today maintains a Reserve Offi manager of Western Pennsylvania icers CorPs in which students Mafinnni rri are National Banks New Eagle community office now under con axe He added that this building is Argument Rages As Youth Dies STOUFFVILLE Out Strongstown Man Dies In Crash Of MinePost Laden Truck 2 Injured runaway truck laden with mine props sped down a steep hill on Route 259 this morning and over turned after scaling an embankment Killed outright was the driver Walter Yamell 53 of Homer City R D Two passengers escaped death when they leaped from the runaway and are in Indiana Hospital for treatment of injuries They are George Yarnell 58 a brother of the victim and James Yarnell 15 their nephew They are both resi dents of the Strongstown area A preliminary investigation re veals the truck southbound on Route 259 near the Route 22 inter section roared out of control when its driveshaft broke at the top of the hill State Police from the In diana substation report the brake line was also broken when the driveshaft snapped The two surviving Yarnells ap parently jumped from the truck as it began its freewheeling ride down the half mile grade They were found about onefourth mile from where the truck over turned Yarnell the driver remained in the cab Highway workers and miners at Thompson Coal Co mine said they heard a thundering noise as the truck sped down the smooth ma cadam It veered off to the left straddled an embankment side swiped several trees and then overturned onto the road Its cargo of props was strewn See 2 Col 3 4Yes honey all you Diane didnt die Neither did Mrs Scott her husband Virgil 37 or their five other children ages spending He urged that Congress act responsibly in provindg funds for water resources projects In a letter to Rep John Taber relating to the extension and doesnt sound like the usual loyal employe talking but Im grateful for the opportunities past present and future avail struction nsar Monongahela necessary to provide military Frankly this appointment as training for these students as well excited crowd anxious to help manager came as a surprise toas Physical training for the regusave the life of a boy after he said Coughanour who lives lar college pulled from a nearby lake The assemblyman said Waller Sunday pushed away a man try is not adequate for ing to breathe life into the boy in nearby Elizabeth Pa I hope e u agan ovelopment of contacts between the skyrocketing federal two ts of Germany For these purposes the confer ence shall meet from time to time at such level and at such place as are agreed The conference may also make special arrangements for the con 4 to 12 A search plane spotted01 New President took them Sunday where their car increases voted by the stranded them for two days in the nd he House in an of questions remote Country of Standing bill financing public jarising out of its terms of refer Rocks Its near where the Green jworks Precis for the current fisence as defined Colorado rivers join in southcal year endinB next June 30 eastern Utah Taber senior Republican on the They House Appropriations See 2 Col S f k b hm letter to see the breathtaking view from In Dead Horse Point a bluff thatj overlooks the convoluted Colorado River gorge Its about 35 southwest of Moab the nearest community itory fof resource developj They took some wrong turns and with a total eventual cost1 pt lost on Shafer Trail a about five billion dollars for pair of ruts suitable only296 projects for trucks or jeeps Scott said the to be started See Page 2 Col 4 and hampered the young lifeguard While the crowd efforts of a milled and argued over the best method of artificial respiration David Laur able at Coughanour joined the bank in 1950 as a night posting clerk Aft er serving in the Air Force during the Korean conflict he returned to the institution and was accept ed for its college work program While attending school Cougha nour worked parttimeat the bank j Barbara Bennetti 21 of awful mess I started to use and studied under the institutions RN Saves Life k A I cuuuuitu respiration uavia n LQT 8 of Toronto died on the shore ERIE Pa registered of Shadow Lake 14 miles north nurse today was credited with01 Toronto saving a mans life by applying Frank Samon Jr of mouthtomouth artificial respira tred breathing into Davids wVstheir first visit to theTown tion after an auto accident mouth to revive him said it was rpsidpnrp hprp sencj residence here Dr R0swell Townsend is a pro applied the respiration to Charles j the mouthtomouth method andifessor of economics at Wilson Col Fall Fatal To Visitor In Indiana A fall down a flight of cellar steps last evening proved fatal to a Chambersburg woman visiting in Indiana yesterday The accident victim was Dr Freda Townsend 40 Chambers burg She was visiting in the home of her brotherinlaw Curtis W Townsend 180 South 14th when she apparently mistook the cellar door for another door opened it and fell down the stairs to the basement floor She had just left the dinner table and when she didnt return in a matter of ten minutes or so she was found by her relatives at the bottom of the stairs Dr Townsend an English pro fessor at Gettysburg College was visiting here for the weekenc along with her husband Dr Ros well Townsend and their two chil dren John 13 and Robert 11 It office development program He Lyons 57 also of Erie kid seemed to come aroundiege jn Chambersburg was graduated sixth in his rlassi hurl hpfn hit hv an cmfn a bit n1 was graduated sixth in his class Lyons had been hit by an auto a bit at Pitts School of Business which Miss Bennett was a Emmett Shundoff of Toronto ministration passenger Mrs Townsend was pronouncec dead in the Indiana Hospital in our nations nis i Plane Lands OK With hi Of life RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Besides a college degree and ai Lyons is listed in satisfactory vatelyowned park said it was ter the accident Indiana County A Varig Lines Constellation jtoP banking post determination condition at St Vincents Hospital like a backyard squabble with Coroner Russell Gardner is re i plane with 50 persons aboard landhas Presented Coughanour with a Hospital officials said Miss Ben everybody pulling at the job as listing a fractured skul isOj ni i third Drize in the oast month a nettis auick thinking Drobahlvareuine about the best method to 15yearold lifeguard at the portly after 8 pmT tvvo hours af safely despite a flat tire here after circling Galeao Inter national Airport for an hour to from York Flight cars radiator burst He drove on thinking they were pointed toward now more than 40 miles to the northeast Then the crank case oil pan ruptured and the car quit The President said he had The plane had radioed ahead vided to start new projects year ilold Taber the Senate We survived by keeping cooinew projects that will cost in ex1 tinder the Scott said after i cess of 700 million dollars and their rescue drinking the House added 44 involving costs Cbout a pint from the radiator Of about 500 million We spoonful every hours All had to eat was some salmon eggs and we tried to eat cactus but our mouths were so dry we couldnt swallow it We gave the children the radi ator water after trying to purify i by straining it it had a per manent type antifreeze in not the poisonous denatured alco hol type Scott explained that the family Buried themselves in sand up to their necks to avoid the burning rays of the sun Relatives in Moab reported missing when See 8 In 2 Col 7 ing with apprehension but the big plane sat down easily and taxied normally to a point where the M 40 passengers could disembark Final narkinp Tllie Audreys YarJ ShooiS Fwlotten anything PP 8 anjtmng 85 third prize in the past quick thinking probablyarguing about the best method to as tne cause of death bride saved Lyons life Officer Diplomat White House Adm Wm Leahy WWII Chief Of Staff Dies The deceased previously taugh at St Lawrence University in New York She was at Gettysbur for four years A native of York Dr Townsend received he master and doctor degrees from Duke University She was the daughter of Mr an Mrs Samuel Liverant of York Pa The body was removed thi morning from the RobinsonLytle Funeral Home to the Sellers Fun eral Home in Chambersburg Curtis Townsend is regional di rector for the Pennsylvania Unit Two Indiana Sisters Hurt In Car Crash Two Indiana sisters were ad mitted to the Indiana Hospital last evening with injuries they receiv ed when their car overturned two and a half miles west of Indiana on Route 422 Mrs Freda McMillen 53 and Miss Clara Abel 58 both of 38 North Tenth are reported to day in satisfactory condition in he local hospital Both reportedly received back ihoulder and chest injuries According to State Police from he Indiana substation the car operated by Mrs McMillen ran off the highway struck a ditch and overturned The car was traveling east on Route 422 at the time of the ac cident The Iqcal women were ad mitted to the hospital about 8 Damage to the car was esti mated at State Police also report two other accidents on county roads yesterday One occurred two miles south of Homer City on Route 119 Police report a car operated by tlenn Eutsey 45 Scottdale had stopped for a car in front of his vehicle when a car traveling be hind operated by Janet M Fish er 20 Josephine ran into the back of his car Damage to the Fisher vehicle was estimated at and to the Eutsey auto The third accident yesterday oc curred about a mile and a half south of Indiana on South Sixth St extension State Police state a car tra veling north operated by Thomas W Zwiener 20 Johnstown skid ded on a curve into a car travel ing the opposite direction Operator of the other vehicle involved in the sideswipe accident was listed by police as Wallace Nordby 52 503 South Seventh St Damage to the Zwiener vehicle was estimated at and to the Nordby auto State Police also report a two vehicle accident Saturday 16 miles north of Indiana on Route 119 They state a car operated by Peter J Flaton 26 924 Allegheny Oakmont passed a car and in attempting to continue pass ing a truck ran into it as it made a left turn Police said the operator of the truck was Laird Wayne Gaston 19 Rochester Mills 1 All vehicles were traveling north on Route 119 Total damage was estimated at Special regular costume jewelry now 3 for Rogers Jewelry tfx S H Green Stamps with rvery purchase and repair at Rogers Jewelry tfx Inside The Gazette BOYLE Hal Boyle today speaks of being rich or poor See his column on editorial page 6 RAIN DELAYS The Pirates managed to complete one game yesterday after much delay because of rain See details on sports pages 10 WASHINGTON AP Admiral and in of the Fleet William Daniel LeaChina the Boxer uprising in As President Franklin D Rooseed Fund velts chief of staff Leahy had hy wartime chief of staff to Pres Leahy i cached the peak of his probably one of the most difficult Frjgc 1 cf dent Franklin D Roosevelt died service in the Navy in 1937 when positions ot his long career he was appointed Chief of Naval1 When he stepped into the job in Rnn DpQth Ooerations 1942 the United States was in the and 11 Other Feafures Group Fights Bridge Site SCHENLEY Pa AP The AlleKiski Citizens Committee an nounced Sunday it will seek a court injunction banning construc tion of a new bridge across the Allegheny River below Freeport Clarence 0 Kessey the groups executive secretary and vice Eries first I president said the committee en The State Highways Dept last week submitted plans for the AUddlnj Lamp lluslnos Mirror Cutulca It 3 11IS Crosswords tdllorlal Hospital Obltujrlis II 6 K Society Sports TYIUdlo World 4 1011 7 WEATHER Fair cooler and less humid tonight with lows in the upper 50s Tuesday mostly sunny and little temperature change today The veteran naval officer diploOperations and senior adviser to the After his retirement two years midst of its rapidly broadening ERIE Pa White House was 84 later he served successively as war effort In obtaining informaplastic bag death was recordedJ8a8ed AttV Samuel A Scnreck The Navy said death resulted Governor of Puerto Rico and amj tion to form the basis of the Sunday a 3month girl suffocating Jr of Harrisburg as trom a cerebral vascular acciibassador to France during the earpresidents global war her crib counsel paying him a retainer of the usual medical term forjly stages oi World War 11 1 Leahy had ro deal intimately with The victim was Anita Bolton a stroke Death took place at the In 1942 he was recalled to acthe ranking officers of all the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Navy Center in Bethesda Md live duly as chief of staff to services ward Bojton Leahy who was the senior fivecommander in chief In that cai Each service was traditionally Coroner Warren Wood Freeport Bridge to Army star officer elevated to that rank pacity he was the senior member jealous of its own prerogatives the death accidental said a largejneers for approval Present during World War 11 was a native of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a but after the admiral learned the plastic bag had been placed injcall for the bridge to be DWUt of Hampton Iowa member of the Combined Chiefs ropes his mission ran the infants crib as a cover for j below Freeport at a cost oi eight i During a career which began in which included senior officers of After World War U Leahy blanket He said the infantmillion dollars or more 11897 the year of his graduation principal alhes of the United ed a leading role in creating thesomehow got its head inside the A bridge at the juncUoo MUMT from the Naval Academy he i Slates National Intelligence Authority plastic while the mother was in Kiskiminetas and served in foui wars starting with When the fivestar rank was which has since become the Genanother room ess nan L the SpanishAmerican War His created late in 1944 Leahy was tral Intelligence Agency of Freeport would the pwr fighting assignments were given seniority over the other After Roosevelt1 during tiie Philippine Insurrection officers appointed i See Furmvr ence Agency 01 rreepori 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