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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family All some people lave tot a rainy day Is the nerve to borrow a friends umbrella 303 City EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday August 10 1959 Two Section Seven Cenfi In Cash Growth Better What Does ISTC Mean To Indiana County What does Indiana State Teachers College mean to Indiana County and what may the community expect of the college future years How many students will be enrolled at the college this year How much will they spend in allowance in Indiana Bor ough What are the financial cultural spiritual and social advantages which the community gains through the college Answers to these questions and many more will be discussed in a series of three articles written by Bill Hastings Gazette news editor which begins to morrow hi the Indiana Evening Gazette The series will discuss the value of the college to the county 1 In terms of dollars and cents 2 In terms of growth and people 3 In terms of better living The three articles will appear Tues day Wednesday and Thursday of this week in the Gazette TN I O A1 773 Dead 241 Missing n Formosan Floods TEEN DIES CRASH Buyers Strike In Little Rock Korean Bonus Meeting Called HARRISBURG affairs directors from the states 67 counties will confer here Aug 20 on matters related to payment of the bonus to veterans of the Korean War By SPENCER MOOSA TAIPEI Formosa death toll from the cen i worst floods rose today to 773 by official count An bther 241 persons were listed as missing The official casualty list also reported injured and homeless The floods destroyed houses Lone Civil War Vet Sinking Integration Opposition Underway LITTLE ROCK Ark Segregationists de clared an economic war in Little Rock today over school integration A spokesman for theCap ital Citizens Council declared its boycott of downtown mer chants was on Amis Guthridge council attorney called a news con ference in a parking lot near his office to hand out a list of stores professional people and others who should be boycotted The council announced Saturday a buyers strike against mer chants and employers of Negroes Houston Buford president of Downtown Little Rock Unlimited had no comment The Little Rock Chamber of Commerce pres ident E Grainger Williams said additional comment would be in poor Guthridge charges businessmen on his list had been instrumental in pushing for reopening of the four public high schools to token integration The schools are scheduled to open Wednesday under a state pu jpil placement law Six Negroes assigned to former white schools Guthridge charged that desegre gation of the high schools was a Communist inspired determina tion to destroy our white civiliza and damaged more the government reported Mostjsonal of the damage occurred in isolated communities hit by flash floods that followed the islands heaviest rains in 62 years HOUSTON Tex per onl Pa School Enrollment Hits Peak The torrential rains fell Friday as Typhoon Eljen bore down on physician of Walter survivor of aid the soldier is Wil Ike Adds BonnTo Schedule GETTYSBURG Pa President Eisenhower has shifted his European schedule to make Bonn his first call One possible purpose is to allay West German fears of being left in the lurch by Eisenhowers forthcoming talks with Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev although Eisenhower reportedly feels the Western Allies need no such as surance Announcement here and in Bonn Sunday that Eisenhower will con fer with Chancellor Konrad Aden auer in Bonn on Aug 27 came as a surprise in diplomatic circles While it has been stated all along that Eisenhower would see Adenauer while abroad observer had been under the impression the chancellor would go to London or Paris rather than having Ei senhower go to Bonn White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty came here to Eisenhowers vacation headquar ters to tell reporters Eisenhqwer had accepted Adenauers in vitation The President is looking for ward to the opportunity to meel with the chancellor and discuss SUSTAINING WIND 11 of Stroud warrris uphis jfiddle and his gum before going on stage in annual Canadian QpenOidTmie Shelburne Ont Billie finds that chewing gurhijiiakes him re lax and blowing a bubble makes him feel good He didnt say if the bubble sometimes doesnt give an added sound effect He was one of the 104 fiddlers competing for top prize of and the Shelburne Cup but was eliminated in preliminary competi tion The contest was inaugurated nine years ago AP Wirephoto Cramer Pike Scene Of Mishap One Johnstown teenaga irl was killed and another listed fair as a result of a onecar accident Saturday evening on Route 403 two miles south of Cramer in ast Wheatfield Township State Police from Indiana substation report Miss Jean Ann Seger 19 638 Kennedy operator of he car was killed when the ar she was operating ran off the right side of the highway struck an embankment and overturned Miss Judy Adams 16 608 Tho mas a passenger in the car is termed today as fair by of ficials at Lee Hospital in Johns town She received a possible frac ture of the nose and multiple lac erations and abrasions of the faca and legs Police said ths car was proceed ing north on Route 403 the Cram er Pike when it ran off the high way struck the embankment and overturned on the highway killing the operator and bringing injuries to the passenger The car police added was de molished It was reportedly owned by Edith Hileman of Johnstown and valued at Police are continuing their in vestigation of the accident to de termine the cause of the fatal crash Indiana County Coroner Russell Gardner said the Seger girl ap parently died almost instantly of See 7 Col 2 been immune share in the suffer Guthridge charged white per sons had repeatedly been insulted by Negro employes in downtown stores He charged too the coun cils office had been spied on a federal accused main street I merchants of secretly financing Dr Russell Wolfe said the National Assn for the Ad vancement of Colored People and tia mtcu uuic veteran isnt in rritiral vancemem ui Japan after bypassing northernyearoia veteran isnt cntlcal Mrs L C Bates its state presi Formosa earlier in the week but is growing weaker dent local weathermen said the rainsand theres nothing much we can Mrs Bates reported only one of three Negroes assigned to Central on Formosa resulted from a storm do about in the South China Sea not from Ellen vanias partment shows sapped his strength Tlie Hoods destroyed ouses and damaged others reach new highs this fall a report was in r D TTTT by the State Public Instruction delated ExBrUSH VQIIGV Taipei the capital and home of most Americans stationed on the DJGS The doctor said Williams won a HiSh was likely to attend recent bout with pneumonia but remained silent He closed the high schools last year to block integration The state law he used has since been thrown out by the federal court said Traveling by jet plane the first time a President has done so Eisenhower will arrive in Bonn Aug 27 for the talks with Adenauer and travel to London that evening for a fiveday stay During this period he will confer with Prime Minister Harold Mac millan and probably make a side visit to Balmoral Castle in Scot land for a formal call on Queen Elizabeth II Eisenhower goes on Sept 2 for meetings with French Arrests over the weekend President Charles de Gaulle Ita AntiCastro Plots n Cuba Smashed By ROBERT BERRELLEZ HAVANA looked today to Prime Min ister Fidel Castro to clear up the welter of rumors of armed to Paris I invasion and domestic conspiracythat attended sweeping See 7 Col 3 BRUSH VALLEY Charles C total a record an intreefs were Friday nightStewart 93 area church leader crease of over last year High school enrollment is ex pected to be up over last year for a new high of Elementary school enrollment but there was little damage and retired farmer passed away Dr Shoff Opens Off ITP VXI I I A spokesman for the comat the home of hjs daughter Mrs mand on Formosa said there were no reports of American B Anderson Westfield Former Cashier Dies Saturday when that might be An official source said Sunday up to 200 and reg ular army been arrest RURAL VALLEY Francis to smash a military plot Ray Blose 54 former cashier of against Castros revolutionary re While a government blackout obscured many details Havana newspapers said Castro will report to the nation by radio and TV at an opportune moment They didnt say Dr William Shoff will open Hospital dentist office Wednesday on the the Rural Valley Peoples Na tional Bank passed away Satur day afternoon in the Cumberland Elsewhere the floods wreaked yesterday second floor of the Gatti Building 1834 Philadelphia St sweeping away roads rail He had been a resident of the will be up only JOOO the depart ment said This is despite an decrease expected in public school rolls The former local resident was confined to the hospital as a medi cal patient since July 24 A graduate of the University of He was associated with the Ru Which Way To Waynesburg Several trucks of the Penn Premier Shows failed to make a sharp turn to the left yester day going through Indiana when directions signs apparently erect ed by Penn personnel were re moved by local police before the caniHval caravan arrived here Police said the signs were erected after carnival officials were instructed they were in bds an teepone and r the Formosan town ior ou years ana was erly of Brush Valj recently 1955i completed three gime Today the newspaper Revolu cion which frequently speaks for the Castro regime said possibly more than 1000 persons were de tailed in connection with the counterrevolutionary It reported they included several ral Valley Bank for abouut 251 large landowners These were not years and was vice president of ley United Presbyterian Churchhalf years service with the and a the First National Bank of Cum of Miaoli 75 persons died and KK Lhnl V 7 VKI 3 7sn hnnra Sabbath School and ruling elder Navy 750 houses were washed away of the Brush Valley and Homer berland at the time of his passing Services will be conducted at I A complete obituary appears in reside with their two children See 7 Col 4 todays Indiana Evening Gazette at 142 South 13th St Dr Shoff and his wife the form1 the Rural Valley Cemetery Tues er Mary Ann Null of Indiana now day afternoon A complete obituary appears on Page 7 of todays Indi ana Evening Gazette Pessimistic On Nikita Hoover Marks 85th Birthday NEW YORK AP Herbert a move is remote because the violation of the new borough antiSSchev litter ordinance jto the United States the greatest As a result of missing the turn gift mankind has received in doniinate The ruddyfaced may Hoover has a whitehairedj need for improving the American formula foreducational system named Davey Signs Tough Sunday Sales Ban HARRISBURG Law rence today signed into law new restrictions on Sunday retail sales and tough fines to enforce them It goes into effect in 30 days That means Sunday Sept 13 be miea conges the first day when new pen Both Revolution and El Cnsol for the first offense denied without attribution reports of abortive sea and air strikes at the Isle of Pines off Cubas south west coast mg Said Possible Fire Cause The earlymorning fire which claimed the life of Arthur Stewart of East Pike may have been caus ed by a bolt of lightning accord ing to one investigating officer State Trooper Thomas Hudock has offered that opinion in his probe of the disastrous blaze in which Stewartperished The fire leveled the home of Stewarts mother Mrs Rpxie Ste wart in the predawn hours Satur day volunteer firemen f summond to the scene found tha structure envoloped is flames Hudock has been quoted as say ing it is believed the building was struck by a bolt of lightning just before 4 during an electrical storm Henry Duriansic a college stu dent who occupied another part of the house was awakened by smoke and escaped the fire Stewart according to fire chief William Simpson had apparently been in his bed A complete in vestigation reveals the bed was not made and that Stewarts shoes ash try and cigarettes were on the floor beside the bed He may have been awakened by smoke got up and went to wards the living room assuming thats where the telephone Chief Simpson said today The tel ephone however had not been in for the first offense Called in the house The Stewarts and for subsequent offenses were jn process of moving into within a into effect The new law provides that prose the offense Each sale of a ban ned item constitutes a separate of fense onto Route 119 south at the in tersection of Philadelphia and f years peace i Hoover appeared on But this is unlikely to be the Press over NBCTV to longevity work He illustrates We have one great difficulty quietly two days after the cele world it today by spending his birthdayihe said and 1 think it is greater jbration of the anniversary i Castro leaders they said ed to make a clean sweep by de taining anyone within the armed forces who might conceivably have had a part in the alleged conspiracy then weed out and re lease those noc implicated A similar roundup was staged last month just before the anni versary of Castros 26th of July revolutionary movement At that time military and civilian detain ees were estimated at A majority of them were released the home from a smaller house on an adjacent property Remains of the 27yearold man were found along an outside wall of the living room Getting hit with heat like that is like getting hit with a sledge in ac The old fine was for Sunday Simpson said sales It still applies to counting for his theory that Stew tions for worldly activities on aart may have been overcome when Sunday under the old 1794 Blue he walked into the intense heat ol Meet the at his desk than all others and that is the He keeps six secretaries in our training of the best Families of a number of civil ians seized over the weekend in Seventh Streets several of the result of this The forthcoming visit of the we have in the UnitedcludinS that of Presideilt Arman trucks in the caravan continued Route 122 west President added leader has hopeful possibil He could interpret his said Hoover It could lead end activities in i States the creation of enough Cainas Milanes of the Cuban various enlists and engineers to carry our Cattle Raisers were seek They were going from Barnes peated statement as to peaceful Ho a decrease in tension thatiQr8anizatlo1s boro to Waynesburg productive system forward Hoover said Sunmight tide us over for a period He indicated in the interview The Russians are outnumber Two of the truck drivers paid day as eliminating all in ternawhich there may be hopes of that he confident of ling us about five to one in those fines after they were appre tional demands all warnings all greater steps in he ability to meet anyprofessions which we are solely See 7 Col 1 bended by local police going on threats and all conspiracies Meanwhile he said We that might occur and to the wrong way on a one way street or attempting to make a U turn This marked the second time that signs associated with the carnival had had to be removed the borough against free Such a move said iiot be lulled into any complacenjdefend herself successfully if nee Hoover jcy We must be alert and armedjessary But he also saw room for improvement He saw need to curb inflation could win the Soviet premier imto the mortality among the leaders of Only one other former presi all dent John Adams dependent upon for our defense and for our progress and well being I think we ought to reor NANTUCKET Mass AP Dore Senary stage and film pro ducer was back on his yacht to ganize the high schools of theday after weekend treatment at a United States where we have a hospital virus infection celebrated unbalanced budgets overspending system which lacks entirely in Laws the living room Inside Tne Gazette NATIONAL Bruce Biossat says The Natives are Restless in his column today on editorial page 6 His topic is labor reform FACE SETS Pirate Face sets a record with his fifteenth consecutive victory of the season and Twentieth in two years See page 11 Other Features AUddiai U Uli 1213 14 li 1 f Iporti TVBtdlo World 11 10 But he added the possibility more birthdays than Hoover by Congress and the growth of j discipline and in Affective that Khrushchev would make Adams died when he was 90 He was outspoken on the i Party Tonight Catholic Center 30d WEATHER Fair tonight and Tuesday with little Low tonight 53 to tf2   

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