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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Is In the seal its a sign no one else wanted the car thai day Volume City i a County EDITION Indiana Augilst f 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Sevan Osrttt t NIXON IN BLUNT WARNING TO NIKITA US Sounds 0 Possible Invitation Discussed By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA The Unit ed States has sounded out Al v lied governments ori their reaction to a possible invita tion from President Eisen hower to Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev to visit the United States top Western w diplomats reported today These informants said the feasibility of a Western sum mit meeting in advance of the prospective Eisenhower Khrushchev talks has been discussed This development was an nounced as the Big Four foreign ministers conference neared the with negotiations on the 9 Berlin crisis stalled and hope for EastWest agreement virtually abandoned diplomatic quarters here the Impression prevailed today that an invitation from Eisenhower to Khrushchev would be announced tvithin the next few days Vice President Richard M Nix en who has been touring the So viet Union plans to leave Moscow Sunday for Warsaw At Moscow Airport today Khrushchev inspected the jet air which took Nixon and a company of newsmen to the So viet capital and said hewould like to fly to the United States in one oi those planes or some other British Foreign Secretary Sel nyn Lloyd is reported to have told Secretary of State Christian A Herter the British government would welcome an Eisenhower Khrushchev talk and felt it could be useful The West German government 01 Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is also reported to have raised no objection but rather to have taken the view that a meeting could be useful Adenauer it is understood is one of those who would like to see a Western summit meeting On Nik Altoona Seeks Industry Funds ALTOONA m Altoona En terprises today announced it will conduct a drive for million to attract new industries here It stated it has been as sured three possible four new plants if the money can be raised Business and industry leaders contributed and employ es In a campaign five years ago In the past ten years 10 new Industries employing 000 have been attracted MISSING YOUTH FOUND Manson Owens III 16 of Savannah telephones his parents from a hospital at Grand Canyon Ariz to tell of his rescue from deep in the Grand Canyon Owens two companions died on their hike into the mile deep gorge survived searing heat treach erous trails and deadly rived currents days The youth was found on a sandbar by an Army helicopter crew Georgia Teen Found Safe In Gr Canyon By REID MILLER u a suimnu meeting GRAND CANYON Ariz teenage Georgia If a Western chiefs of stateboy hungry blistered by the sun scratched and cut by gathering is arranged the today told in a soft southern accent the story of ing in diplomatic quarters here is i his sixday fight for life in the wilds of the Grand Canyon that it might be as early as thei John Manson Owens 15 of Savannah was found Friday end of August with the Khrushlying on a sandbar along the Colorado River His two corn Buys Death Weapons In Supermarket WEST COVINA Calif AP Dr Bernard Finch bought a butch er knife and a of the contents of an alleged Doit yourself murder a Las Vegas supermarket police say Dr Finch 41 wealthy West Co vina surgeon and his sweetheart Carole Tregoff 22 are charged with murdering the doctors wife Mrs Barbara Finch 33 here July 8 She died of a bullet wound in he back The doctor was arrested the perished possibly in September Herters office maintained si tence on Khrushchev speculation f ws today All inquiries were referred to a hosPltal on the golSe s to the White House He was brought by an Army helicopter from the canyon Within the framework of the j stalled Big Four conference on the Berlin crisis an Eisenhower Khrushchev meeting is reganded here as an alternative to an early summit conference one which might help in the long run to pave the way to a summit conference See 3 Col 8 There from his bed and between sips of orange juice he related an 2 Pol JO Patients Treated amazing story of courage deter mination and death He told how the Rev Eugene A Gavigan 30 and Walter J WARREN Pa wom en were in Warren General Hos Jeep Parties Pilot In Arizona PAGE Ariz parties headed into a remote section of southeast Utah today in the search for a pilot who has been missing for three days Daniel Reisman 44 of Salt Lake City a tavern operator left a Salt take airport Wednesday after noon Two pilots searching for him Friday said they had spotted his plane seemingly undamaged in the desert country between Hall Creek and the Escalante River The area is about 70 or 80 miles north of this northern Arizona town Two Civil Air Patrol pilots Jim Hartman of Glen Canyon and Capt Gene Dutgon of Provo Utah said the plane appeared to have made an emergency landing on an old abandoned airstrip They saw no sign of Reisman State Aeronautics Director Har lon Bement said Reisman may have started to walk out On the chance that he might still be in the area food and water were dropped near the plane Friday A Calhouns Ser 3rd Phila next day in Miss Tregoffs Las Vegas apartment Police said a clerk in the super market identified Dr Finch as the man who purchased the knife and lashlight Officers did not disclose the date of the purchase Detectives have said the kit carried by Dr Finch also contained pistol shells Poliqe questioned Miss Tregoffs ormer Las Vegas landlady Mrs 3eraldine Snyder They quoted icr as saying Dr Finch said that as soon as he straightened out his affairs he was coming back here to Bloodmobile OverTop11 In Homer City HOMER CITY The new year of the Red Cross Bloodmobile in Indiana County got off to an ex cellent start yesterday in Homer City with the 85 pint quota be ing exceeded by ten pints Recruitment chairman Homer Kunkle expressed appreciation to all who responded to the appeal for blood The largest recruitment was ac complished by the Syntron Co with 54 persons reporting as donors Helping put the collections over the top were 41 walkins It is re ported 53 of the pints of blood Nikita Asks Ride In US Jet MOSCOW AP Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev inspected an American jet airliner today and said he would like to fly to the Unit ed States in this one or some other He said he would like to make such a trip when the ime good Khrushchev made these com nents to American newsmen as le inspected two jet airliners at Moscow Airport One of them was he plush Boeing 707 which brought Vice President Richard M Nixon to Moscow Khrushchev who has been in he Ukraine made a surprise re turn to the capital apparently for a further meeting with Nixon be fore the vice president leaves for Warsaw Sunday The Premier was in a jovial mood as Ambassador Llew ellyn Thompson showed him through the two airliners He pro nounced the jets very But le added the Soviet military ver sion of its TUU4 could make a nonstop round trip between Mos cow and New York j American jazz music was piped through the cabin of one of the airliners to create a gay atmos phere Khrushchev proposed this toast To the aircraft designers of America and all the scientists who See 3 Col 1 NIXON AS more like a miner than vice presi dent Richard M Nixon dons a Russian miners gear as he goes deep into a Soviet copper mine at Dektyarsk a smalltown near Sverdlovsk in Siberia The vice president flew back to Moscow yesterday after his mine tour Thursday He spent the evening drafting a television speech to the Russian people AP Wirephoto via radio from Moscow County Man OKAfterCar Rolls Over Robert M Lee 22 179 Langley Dixonville is reported today in satisfactory condition in the Indiana Hospital with injuries he received in a car accident last Atlas Missile Cash In New Defense Bill WASHINGTON defense appropriation bill includes funds to build at least 170 Atlas missiles informed sources say The big Atlas is designed to carry nuclear destruction across oceans Cost and quantity figures on the Atlas are secrets In formation on the number planned came from congressional night State Police from the Indiana Mahany 16 both of pita today under treatment for were for lost in their bids for survival He what docttors diagnosed as mild told how he won torms of infantile paralysis This is his story The hospital said Friday that We left Friday July The Mrs Patricia Conroe 21 Warren fPathwar eair1 padre Father Gavigan said 15 years ago when he was a little boy he found a silver mine down the trail We talked him into tak nnd Mrs Harriet Miller 23 of Des Monies Iowa have been patients several days The are listed in good condition Each woman has oaiu wuiiicui nas ing us We were head over heels three injections of the Salk f to go We took three bottles of water See 3 Col 5 polio vaccine Dance tonite Sat tfx blood already used by county re sidents Twenty two of the donors were firsttimers and only one person of the 76 signed up as donors can celled marking a new record for concellations It is reported the excellent col lection is double important at this time of the year when demand for blood goes up and collections are usually down Told To Destroy Not Army Beer Bust Ruins Cans Of Brew By STANLEY MEISLER stacked the beer cans in pits WASHINGTON AP Any poured oil and gasoline on them volunteers for an Army beer bust The mission do away with whats left of cans of beer on an island A burned them ran them over with a tractor and then buried them Bartlett relayed the complaint to Lt Gen Frank A Armstrong head of the Unified Alaskan Com mand And after a series of tele But somehow natives salvaged grams Barlett reported Friday some of the beer They have been Armstrong promised to airlift a drinking their contents Then in platoon to the island Its officer be high spirits they have destroyed j would be under orders to certify true You have to destroy not drink the brew Its not fit to drink Gambell the The Village Councjl of that com munity has complained to Sen E as to strong by The beer is on St Lawrence L Bob Bartlett DAlaska Island in the Bering Sea between It has constituted a growing the Soviet Union and Alaska serious menace to the health years ago medical officers peace and welfare of our corn Ann substation report the onecaracci dent occurred about 10 yes terday two and a half miles north of Indiana on Route 119 just north of the Ernest intersection Lee received lacerations of the left arm and eyelid and injuries to the chest Police believe Lee was operat ing the car as it failed to make a curve struck the guard fence knocking out three posts and three him from the vehicle as it rolled over It is reported the car was a total loss State Police also report a total of damage to a truck and car that collided yesterday in Starford on Legislative Route 32064 According to the report a truck operated by Harold Nichol 48 Commodore drifted back onto a parked car as the truck was at tempting to pull onto the highway after being parked on the berm The parked vehicle is reportedly owned by Joseph Popik of Cleveland 0 Police said the owner of the truck is Herbert Stonebraker Marion Center of sources familiar with details of the appropriation bill The defense measure worked out Friday by Senate and House conferees still needs approval by the Senate and House The House probably will consider it on Tues day Although the bill totaled 20 mil lion dollars less than President Eisenhower had asked the con ference committee offset this by boosting the amount of money that the Pentagon could use from funds authorized in the past In this cat egory it gave the Pentagon 90 See 3 Col 3 r e o Grand Opening Free gifts 299xjclared it unlit And the it wrote him The beer accumulated when several military installations were shut down on the island prior to 1957 Military officials said high transportation costs and difficult loading made removal of the sup List Condition Of Local Men Wayne Locfcard Indiana busin essman confined to the Pittsburgh Suburban General Hospital is re ported as quite a bit He was stricken wkh pneumonia and a heart ailment Edward Bennett president of the First National Bank remains un changed in the Indiana Hospital He was admitted to the hospital with a heart condition and his con dition has remained serious Frank Neff Indiana insurance man also a heart patient in the local hospital is now listed in satisfactory condition unecononucal S H Green Stamps with every purchase and repair at Rogers Jewelry tfx Dancing tonight Club Savoy Music by Melodairs 296x Two Indiana Men Held On Morals Count Two Indiana men were odged in the Indiana County jail ast night after being appreheqd ed and charged with a morals count involving a 20yearold Pitts mrgh girl Confined were Gilbert Larry rones 28 Indiana 2 and John Behune also 28 Indi ana 1 Both men will be given a hear ng at a later date State Police from the Indiana iubstation report the incident took lace early Friday morning in White Township between Indiana and Homer City Police said they were aided in their investigation through the identification of one of the men by the young woman Nixon Speech In Moscow Broadcast NEW YORK AP American radio networks have announced plans to broadcast Vice President Richand M Nixons speech to the Soviet people today Nixon will speak in Moscow about noon EST and his talk will be taped and transmitted here for rehroadcast The Columbia Broadcasting Sys tem says it willcarry the speech EST The National Broadcasting Co says it will carry excerpts at and the full speech at The Mutual Broadcasting Net work says it has formally request ed permission from Moscow to transmit the speech live and also plans a rebroadcast at The American Broadcasting Co reported it wag having trouble jetting permission for either live ransmission or recording but will broadcast the speech if either be comes available Earlier this week the Soviets protested ABCs handling of the debate between Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev claiming ABCs English transla ion of Khrushchevs remarks was incomplete ABC maintained the Spreading Of Ideals Attacked BULLETIN By JOHN SCALI MOSCOW AP Vica President Nixon warned So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev today of an era of fear suspicion and tension if Rus lia tries to communize foreign ountries In a farewell speech broad cast by radio and television Nixon called for a just peace 3ased on mutual respect rather than the peace or sur render or dictation by either Nixon spoke out in blunt erms in summing up the re sults of his nine days of good will talks and travel inside Russia Putting it bluntly both of our peoples want peace but both of us also possess great strength and much as we want peace neither of us can or will tolerate being pushed Nixon said He hinted he favored inviting Khrushchev to visit the United United States but stopped short of saying he would recommend this to President Eisenhower when he returns to Washington Nixon noted that First Deputy 3remiers Anastas I Mikoyan and rol R Kozlov have visited the United States We should explore ways of in creasing contacts of this he added Nixon pledged that the United States would strive unceasingly for peace even though chev leaders dis agreed on key work problems Moreover Nixon was put on a pot that normally attracts abig audience the 8 oclock light humor hour Estimates of the number of per sons who may see Nixon varied widely but ranged as high as 10 million The big governmejjtcnewspapee zvestia has not mentioned Nix ns speech The Communist par ty newspaper Pravda reported the vice president would speak but did not say when The English a n g u a g e Moscow News men ioned the speech but it has a See 3 Col 2 manane e translation was carried in full dfiver of I Five Killed In Turnpike Auto Crash BECKLEY AP Five jersons were killed early today in a headon collision of two cars on he West Virginia turnpike about 5 miles north of here Five irs were hospitalized State Police Lt R G Coen said he accident had occurred at Mile aost 53 near the Mossy Inter hange Involved in the wreck were six oldiers from Fort Bragg n one car and four persons from Troy Ohio in the other Coen said two of the soldiers ivere killed and four injured three ritically Three occupants in the Ohio car were killed and one was njured One car was on the wrong side f the he said but the two ars were so demolished that it impossible to tell which Those killed in the Ohio car Charles Oscar Shinault 58 without addition deletion or Inside The Gazette THE LIGHTER A smile or two is always found in Jerry Bennetts weekly column on the Washington scene See page 4 PLAY STARTS Tom Smith Ron Dermitt and Jack Furrante take medalists honors in Country Club qualifying round Play starts today See pages 6 and 7 Other Features CUaslficdi 1011 Croaswordi 10 EdilorU 4 Obltusrlei Society 3 6 t TVBudltr 6 Theater a Town Teeu 13 WEATHER Clearing and cool tonight Low near 50 Sunday sunny and cooler High in the upper 70s Charles Fremon Shinault 26 his son and Mrs Elva Okey Ad kins 29 all of Troy Mrs Adkins was the mother of four children The injured Mrs Elsie Shin ault 50 wife of the driver of the southbound car and only survivor in that vehicle She suffered frac tures of the left arm and right leg Her chest was crushed Three soldiers injured are Ralph L Walker 18 St Albans Rt 2 skull fractured Phillip J Sullivan 23 Portsmouth Rt 1 skull fractured Michael R Provost 26 Portland Maine head injuries and right leg frac ture Fred Tenorio 91 of Chicago thrown from the bound car and the leaat with possibly facial bant tures Elkf Hatters waits   

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