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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family best togret a cMp oft A guys shoulder Is to let him t bow now and then Volums City Twentyfour Page EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday August 27 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents WILL PROTECT WEST BERLIN Clyi M Search Firemen ToCanvass Big Area CLYMER here today broadened their searcfc for 85yearold Allen Oliver Sixth St man who has been missing from his home for a week Heading a canvass of the entire area this afternoon members of five volun er fire companies boy scouts and other volunteers The searching party was scheduled to begin a check of the district in midafter noon Borough Police this morning re newed its efforts to locate the missing man Police Chief Joseph Krolick made a check of the area the air through the aid of d Mackje a member of the In diana Flying Club I Car Crash Consultant Highway Coa Material Tops Asphalt Tar JKITTANNING Pa research consultant said Wednesday night that a new substance developed from coal is better for building roads than either asphalt or coal tar Edward O Rhodes consultant for CurtissWright Corp research division in Clearfield County said his companys coal binder would provide a road surface that would last longer and require less maintenance The air check however failed to turn up any traces of the oc togenarian Scheduled to participate in the searching party this afternoon were members of the Clymer Commodore Penn Run Marion Ithe face she received in a onecar Bituminous coal is better suited for surfacing roads than anthra cite Rhodes told a meeting of the Central Pennsylvania Coal Pro ducers Assn Rhodes also said the new prod uct is particularly applicable for One young Indiana girl is lnlthe of airport runways Local Girl Injured In fair condition today in the diana Hospital with lacerations of able binder they require a more dur Between and tons of jreim rtun ivianoni j Center and Indiana volunteer fire last evening about coal tar and raw Q o departments Pm on Legislative Route 32060 a of road he The United States already C 1 e a r f i e 1 d Bituminous Coal I haif of Five Points added been pouring in aid at the Corp officials reportedly made ai Larson 16 1020 Wash Rhodes said the Kentucky about 30 million dollars check of all vacant houses to the ways D t j t t th coal year twothirds to take Properties 8SPrSeivendd of highway Wfc f1 the car in which they Pennsylvania Highways Dept TH More Bell Employes On Strike 12 miles of highway Pennsylvania Highways Dept operated by Ronald Visnick 16 i also is considering the use of coal in road building r I l OKICIS Indiana wrecked last night State Police from the Indiana substation report the Visnick ve hicle was apparently traveling too fast when it ran off the road and r r struckrthe guard rails vJtt Police added that the car was a total loss Arthur Glenn Smeltzer 32 Indi anaRD 2 was treated for inlskidded off a runway and over CHARLESTON engine passenger ISTC Sewage Funds Okayed HARRISBURG House Appropriations Committee approved a appropriation Wednesday to permit Indiana Stat Teachers College to join in a sewage project with the borough of Indiana The measure is now on the calendar for a vote Increased Laos Aid From US WASHINGTON AP Ameri can aid in increased amount was earmarked for Laos today amid hopes that the tiny Kingdoms own troops can cope with Communist attacks The State Department an nounced Wednesday the step up in an urgent ap peal from the Laotian capital of order to boost the size of Laos army and supply it with light equipment ranging from small arms to tents up in an urgent ap peal from the Laotian capital of order to boost the size of Laos army and supply it with light equipment ranging from small arms to tents The United States already has been pouring in aid at the rate of about 30 million dollars this ACKNOWLEDGE GREETINGPresident Eisenhower and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer acknowl edge cheers from crowd before entering residence of U S Ambassador to West Germany at Bad Godesberg today The President received a warm welcome from West Germans after he landed at airport near Bonn make official call on West German President Theodor Heuss tomorrow Bad Godesberg is across the Rhine river from Bonn AP Wirephoto by radio from Bonn Titusville Celebrates 100th Oil Anniversary To Stand Fast On Red Threat BULLETIN BONN Germany AP President Eisenhower wound up his talks in Germany to day with a pledge to protect the people of West Berlin and to stand fast with Americas Western allies against the menace of Soviet communism Eisenhower conferred for hours with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and the two issued a communique pronouncing the Western Al liance of utmost importance to world The two governments the communique said hold mu tual cooperation one of the pillars of the foreign policies of the two Eisenhower told a news conference he saw no evi dence here of disunity among the Allies The President said he believes closer unity of the nations of Western Europe is really the hope for salvation of the The statements added up to a firm assurance by the President Newspapers In Germany Laudin Ike FRANKFURT TITUSVILLE Pa second great oil rush was on today in this time the oil ran low and the sentiment high This was the 100th birthday of the age of oil A week long centennial celebration had swelled this northwest Penn sylvania citys normal population of tp nearly A century ago iie Accent tlieday tbi Ike Arrives In London LONDON m President Ei senhower reached London tonight to continue his talks with lead ers of the Western Alliance He HewIn from Bonn where he met hours with Chancellor jton PITTSBURGH AP A labor j juries he received in a two car an embankment in landing dispute between Bell Telephone i accident about Co and the Federation of Tele phone Workers left main tenance workers idle increase of over Wednesday The list of idle grew when telephone employes in Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania left their jobs this morning to attend union meetings Some workers in 13 other State Police report a car oper Wednesday night Fifteen passengers fcnd three ated by Smeltzer skidded on wet crew members escaped serious pavement on Route 422 just west injury in the accident involvinga of ndian as he tried to avoid Capital Airlines flight from Pitts age militia total Rep Samuel S Stratton D a member of the House Services Committee urged America send Marines to that hitting a car making a turn into a private drive After skidding the Smeltzer ve western Pennsylvania communiStreet Ann Hetager 34 1680 Philadelphia ties attended continuous union meetings Wednesday instead of reporting for work Besides Pittsburgh the dispute spread today to Uniontown Wash ington and Sewickley The dispute has not interfered with telephone service but a com pany spokesman said new instal lations and some transfers of tele phones may be delayed Some re pair work also may be delayed the spokesman said Workers started walking off the job Tuesday in McKeesport Wednesday the dispute spread to Charleroi East Pittsburgh New Xastle Rochester Sharon WJreensburg Connellsville Indi ana New Kensington Bradford DuBois and Warren Fire Polaris Successfully From Ship t CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP Navy for the first time tired a test version of a Polaris submarine missile from a ship at sea today An informed source reported shortly after the launching that the shot was highly successful The spectacular launching ap peared perfect as compressed air shot the Polaris from a tube in Me deck of the USS Observation Island The first stage ignited some 70 feet above the deck A 28foot missile arched high In the sky and headed down the At lantic missile range spurting a long tail of white smoke A break in the smoke trail and a puff of fire 60 seconds later indicated burnout of the first stage and ig nition of the second Kagles Party toaite Thurs ttx See 4 Col S Laos and station an aircraft car rier in the area State Department press officer i White however said he of no plan for intervention by American troops or by the Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza tion The SEATO defense organiza tion which includes the United administration building Stew1 States and seven other nations ardess Helen Harms of interests was said the accident happened too j scheduled to meet here in unusual Zeitung We stand side by echoed Bonns General Anzeigej The Ruhr Nachrichten pro claimed Triumphal visit of Ei senhower while the Frankfurter Neue Presse bannerland Hund reds of thousands cheer Eisen burgh to Charleston They left through emergency exits climbed a 45foot embank a Tu4 CJUUCUUV hcle rolled over and struck theiment and walked to the airport fast to get frightened session late in September headlines today on President Eijsent by Connecticut senbowers visit to Rnnn f added and how big a Laotian their biggest type in approving Drake was the bearded army and local police force will be subsidized was not disclosed The Southeast Asian county had about men in its army when the 1954 Geneva armistice ended the Indochina war Its local vill said an eightcolumn try for oil near Titusville He the historic hole that be uiany sam an eigmcoiumn run ner in the mass circulationH Id came the worlds first commer 1 rtil ural 1 AM f cial oil well and brought on the first great oil rush in Titusville The well gave birth to the age of oil which ranks with the age of the wheel the age of fire steam sail and bronze It someday may be supplanted by the atomic age but you never would have suspected that here today of oil in old field pages for pictures showing Eisenhower and Chancellor Kon rad Aenauer inspecting the guard of honor at Wahn Airfield Calling the welcome the most pompous since the Federal West German Republic was the widely read Frankfurter Rund schau said editorially Eisenhower came to Europe with the unquestionable will to seek a solution of the political problems of the world in accord ance with the Allies He throws in ahve today Helen Slat is down to a tdcklej but Tltus See Page 5 Col 1 Alert Wife Saves Boy From Death wuy rvcuon is his entire Weight in doing so But has a habit of lookinS out peace will not be won against kltchen window to see how the Moscow but only in cooperation klds m the back yard are 8ettinS r with All West Berlin Newspapers stressed the renewed pledge given by Eisenhower for the protection I along When Mrs Slattery looked out the window Wednesday she let out a frightening scream She saw of West Berlins freedom fortocoming talis with Boro Parking Lot Maps Distribution of maps show ing the legation of parking lots and meters in Indianas business center has been announced An official of the Indiana Park ing Authority reported that that group in cooperation with the In diana Borough Council has placed these free maps in business es tablishments throughout the com munity The maps show the location of each of the boroughsparking me ters along with a chart showing the rate charged at each of vthese meters Each of the four public parking lots Stapletons Dairy Dell Runyans and Paganos are al so Ideated on the map Purpose of these maps is to pro vide shoppers in Indiana with a quick reference as to the location of parking meters and lots It is also hoped that these maps will decentralize main street park ing by showing shoppers where convenient parking is easily avail able close to the center of the NATO alliance Eisenhower emphasized he hold conversations and not nego tiations with Khrushchev The communique said Eisen hower referred once again to the pledge given by the United States and its Allies to protect the freedom and welfare of the people of Eisenhower and Adenauer the communique said engaged in a private detailed discussion oa worldwide political It listed some of them Disarm ament Berlin and German reuni fication European Integration and Allied unity Eisenhower left Bonn with the See To 4 Col 1 business district I Bobby hanging by his neck from The press of Britain his next a B is 5 had climbedlLgo COTrl IIO stop sounded a vance Hiya Ike welcome fanfare in ad said Londons tabloid Daily Mir ror Make yourself at The Daily Express referring to j Eisenhower as this great Ameri said he would get a welcome from the British people under any circumstances but now they greet both the man and his urgent mes sage that he is seeking a way to ease world tension The influential Times said Ei senhower and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan look now with the same eyes at the dangers and possible opportun i t i e s of the world Bobby who on a shed peered over the edge and toppled onto the clothesline Two lines noosed his neck and his flailing arms and legs only in creased the pressure on his throat George Slattery heard his wife scream picked up a knife ran into the yard and cut the clothes line Other neighbors applied ar In Pqh Hospital Southern Mexico Hit By Quake MEXICO CITY AP South ern Mexico today counted at least 10 dead following the nations worst earthquake of the year Communications were still out to many points and some estimates of the toll went as high as 40 dead The quake hit about Wednesday spreading destruction and panic across the six tropical states of Veracruz Oaxaca Cam peche Yucatan Puebla and Ta basco The heaviest shocks appar ently were felt on the Isthmus of PITTSBURGH Pa jTehuantepec narrowest Mexican Leo Carrillo was listed in good condition at Sewickiey Valley Hos pital today after being removed from a plane here Carrillo was enroute from Mooj to the panic point between the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Subterranean rumbles accom panying the earth shocks added unc uciguuuia apjjiicu ar riuu was emuuie irum ivioojiu me panic tificial respiration and Bobby wasjsic to Los Angeles when he Officials said the number of in 1 cliarf Q VlOCrvifO 1 tin A Mrvn in tifiitnlt 1 OA Arm rushed to a hospital stopped off here to change flights jured may reach 130 or more Jaltjpan a small town 25 miles Inside The Gazette Indict Driver n Truck Deaths DRAG was hot in the city Someone shot the temperature to 89 degrees Lake Erie near Buffalo was flooded with I was working the day watch out of coolness control My names Billy Im tol IAP Wkepuito POTTSVILLE Pa Schuylkill County grand jury tailed to indict the driver of a tractortrailer that collided with a propane gas truck causing a fire and explosion which killed 11 men The jury returned a no true bill Wednesday after deliberating two and onehalf hours on an in formation listing 11 counts of manslaughter against Walter E Williams 57 of Reading On June 2 a propane gas truck stopped on Route 122 near Schuyl kill Haveu Doctors said he was rescued Becoming ill he was taken to the jauipau a smau mwn mnes before serious damage was done hospital and given a transfusion J from the Gulf Coast in southern Veracruz state apparently was hardest hit An official report said seven were killed there But Pe mex the government oil monopoly said its Jaltipan office reported 20 dead 130 injured and between 60 YOU WONT BELIEVE and 80 per cent of the towns If you went to bed last night with the Pirates trailing 4 to 0 bujldings damaged then youll want to read about their victory on sports page 18 Acayucan reported two deaths and 40 injuries official report said there was another death at Chinameea and an undertermined number of Sayula Seismographs recorded quake at force 7 on a scale whose maximum is 10 Highways were cracked Four wharfs at Coatazacoalcos were shaken into the Gulf of Mexico Radio towers buckled Railroad tracks were twisted QVW i area traffic graph and down Panic was reported Lou li CM i DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says foreigners are a IkeKhrushchev visits See page 6 mile uneasy about the Other Features Bunioeit Mirror 3 Editorial Hospital 18 16 Hi 11 C Sporii TVBidto ft WEATHER Variable cloudiness hot and huniid today tered thundershowers mostly m the and Partly cloudy and warm tonight with showers aiad scattered thundershowers j scat i   

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