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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Member of the Family A fiteii room fa a where folks just dont want visiting fives to stay too long Volume No 15 To Save Hid4Yrs In Eaves Of Church Sixteen Pages Indiana Piftrteyfvanfa Monday August 31 195 City EDITION It was like death I talked to myself more and Chheng Guan Lim said a his fouryear voluntary imprisonment in the eaves of the First Methodist Church here out f his hidine Place y incredulous authorities and University of Michi s he Two Sections MAC FORM STRATEGY Talk cloudy and mild Workhouse Term Given Shelocta Man The Weather ft anu vjjuversiiy 01 iviicni ciouoy warm and gan officials he went into hiding after the MichiganNavv1 Battered showers and football game in 1955 to save face after failing in his studies1 W t0 in the universitys engineering college luuies night in the 80s Tuesday partly The 28yearold Chinese student said he hadnt spoken to anyone during the four years He said he subsisted on scraps of food picked up from the church kitchen fol lowing social activities Chheng son of a Singapore school teacher said he brushed his teeth with burnt match sticks cut his hair with a pair of shears and trimmed his beard with a set of tweezers I His strange existence was dis covered after private police were hired to check the church build ing after complaints of prowlers Officers entered the building after a couple living in the base ment heard noises They heard a door slam and went to the eaves where Chheng was found The student was found doubled up under a catwalk He was wear ing a pair of shorts Beneath a paper tent were his blankets an earphone radio and a jar of inj slant coffee I Chheng sard he decided on thei hiding place after the football game and entered it to stay after throwing his clothes and identifi cation papers into the nearby Hu ron River Nobody ever goes up there i the eaves because there is no reason to go he told poj I ice and university officials in the i Vashcenav County jail He said he skipped rope for ex ercise and ate only one meal a day Once T went three days with RECLUSE This is how Chheng Guan Lim 28 of Singapore looked in 1952 when he enrolled at University of Michigan in Ann Church where he had hidden for the past four years One Point Delays Agreement uays wim WASHINGTON AP Senate out food You get used to House conferees were reported to To help while away the time hehave reached agreement in prin Troops Rushed To Border NEW DELHI AP Alarmed by Red Chinese hrusts across Indias fron tiers Prime Minister Nehru today made ready for a series Roy Clawson Shelocta was talks with leaders of states tenced today before Judge Edwin M Clark on a charge of for gery resulting from an incident at a local supermarket on Aug 15 The Shelocta man was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution make restitution of the value of the check and confined to the Allegheny County Workhouse six months for read books and magazines he took from the church library The former student was ordered held in the jail pending an Immi gration Service investigation con ciple today on all but one majo point of new labor contract legisla tion Sen Everett M Dirksen Rlll cerning his expired students visa gave this report to newsmen dur Walter B Rea university dean ing a recess in the closeddoor clear himself with immigration ofwhich in dispute ficials and meet srhnnl Quite a little nrnprpsc urac ficials and meet school entrance requirements Chheng entered Albion College on his student visa He trans Quite a little progress was Dirksen said Rep Robert P Griffin RMich offered in the session a series o s ovuta u ferred to the University of Michinew proposals he hoped woulc igan to take engineering Part ofbreak the deadlock with the sen his educational expenses were paid by the Methodist Church and ators But Sen John F Kennedy D the fin by the churchs Wesley FoundaMass said after a separate meet t0 ing of Democratic senators on the I didnt live up to what they conference committee that the expected of the 5foot7 stujGriffin package as such would dent said I think this is the j not be accepted He declined to worst thing a man can do It elaborate See HidPage 2 Col 3 Portage Lady 100 Dies At Home Sunday PORTAGE Pa AP Mrs Dora B Glasgow who last March celebrated her 100th a Senate floor fight over the died Sunday after a short sti11 in dispute at the home of a daughter in this Griffin declined to call the new Cambria County community j House offer concessions He said Although blind Mrs Glasgow jne would term them adjustments continued to sew and remain acl He said the proposals were live until she was taken ill about worked out over the weekend by two weeks ago She had five House conferees support presented with a 100year the LandrumGriffin bill which Sen Wayne Morse DOre sat in on the joint meeting with House members briefly then left the conference Reporters asked whether conference committee had ished its session As far as I am concerned Im Morse replied He strode off An agreement by the conferees would make it unnecessary to from the Pennsylvania Medical passed the house Society on her birthday March 4 Mrs Glasgows survivors in clude 3 children 13 grandchildren 16 great grandchildren and 4 greatgreatgrandchildren f Funeral services will be held Wednesday in Portage Blairsville Suggestion Nets BLAIRSVFLLEWest Inghouse Electric Corp last week proved to Its employes that suggestions for better plant oper ations pay off They presented a check of Pipeline Worker Hurt Seriously RURAL VALLEY A Clarion construction worker is in serious condition today at St Margarets v Hospital Pittsburgh where he isi to Thomas Pennavaria 207 S Stewart at the Blairsville plants annual picnic at Idlewild Park Pennavaria father of three children submitted a suggestion Apr 22 which company officials said will prove successful at the uy me Blairsville plant He suggested Pipeline Construction a firm the hand scraping operation i of halfnium a high temperature alloy be replaced with a silica carbide cup grinding wheel The award was presented by treated for injuries suffered Friday in a pipeline accident near here James Klepfer was injured when a cable reportedly broke dropping a piece of equipment onto the Clarion man Klepfer is employed by the Joyce handling a project for the new York State Natural Gas Co adjoining Chinese occupied Tibet Indian troops were rushed to the menaced North east Frontier area The exiled Dalai Lama of Tibet meanwhile called on the United Nations to take up Chinese Communist suppres sion in his Himalayan king dom The suffering of my people is beyond the selfexiled young ruler said in a statement issued in New Delhi Indian army regulars were sent to replace frontier guards in the Northeast Territory where an In dian rifleman was killed last Thursday by Red intruders who seized a frontier post in the Ka meng sector But one official source said there is no intention of trying now to repel the Chi nese by force He said Nehru hopes to secure withdrawal of the Chinese by negotiation Lt Gen S P P Thorat head of Indias Eastern Command was reported summoned to New Delhi for consultations Two high Indi an army officers flew over the Northeast Frontier area border with Tibet to study the feasability of dropping paratroops although Nehru told Parliament Friday drops in the jungled mountainous area were not feasible Nehru confers first Tuesday with President Mohammed Ayub Khan of Pakistan who will make VIENTIANE Laos AP The a stop in Delhi en route In other court action today Oli ver Layton Hoopengarner Rossi ter RD 1 pleaded guilty today to entering a residence in Canoe Township on Aug 4 and taking a 38 caliber revolver Charged with burglary larceny and receiving stolen property Hoopengarner was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and serve 30 days in the Indiana County Jail Henry J Toner Derry charged with carrying a firearm without a proper lincese and pointing a deadly weapon last May 27 iven a suspended sentence on both counts provided he pay the costs of prosecution a fine of and be placed on probation for two years Alton Kunkle Homer City was given a susoended sentence today after pleading to charges of fail ure to stop at the scene of an ac See 2 Col 5 MilitaryAid i Arrives In Laos i CENTER OF ATTEACTIONA11 eyes are on President Eisenhower as ne prepares to enter auto after attending services Sunday at Anglican church of St Peter and St Paul in Ellesborough England Holding Ikes arm is the Rev Cyril Norman White vicar of the 800yearold church Wirephoto via radio from London kl New York City Street Killings Erupt Again first load of the new military aid for the Laotian armed forces is made up of pairs of shoes The shoes for Laotian troops operating against Communistled rebels in northern Laos ar rived in Vientiane today aboard a chartered transport The rest of the equipment under the new aid agreement World War II small arms rifles cloth ing and vehicles is due later Aid officials said troops opera ing in the jungled mountains wear out a pair of shoes in three months and the army needed foot wear to East Pakistan The Indian prime minister will confer on Wednesday with the Dalai Lama who is coming here from his exile home in Mussoorle northern India Next week Nehru will see Prime Minister Jigme Dorji of Bhutan and Prime Min ister N K Rustomji of Sikkim tiny protectorates between India and Tibet Nehru warned Peiping last week his government will de fend both protectorates from any aggression The Dalai Lama reportedly will ask Nehru to confer emigre gov ernment status on his entourage j NEW YORK said today two youths were being held in custody and would be charged with homicide in the fatal stabbing of two 16yearold latest vic tims of New York City street violence At least 10 other youths were also in police custody They will be held as material witnesses or charged with un lawful assembly according to the chief of detectives James B Leggett The victims were stabbed to me victims were stabbed death Saturday night A gang of 5 MO fit youths armed with knives attack ed eight teenagers sitting in a playground The leader of the attacking police were told wore a lack cloak carried a cane and had large buckles on his shoes Police said they recovered a black cloak and buckle shoes from one See New 2 Col 2 SAIGON South Viet Nam 19 of 123 seats still unde cided Premier Ngo Dinh Diems National Revolution Movement to day held a slight majority in South Viet Nam New Parlia ment Returns indicated about 90 per cent of South Viet Nams registered voters cast ballots 97th Annual Indiana County Fair Country Flavor For First Night Of Fair Party tonight Catholic Center 15 R D Rowley plant manager Opening events of the 97th ana County Fair tonight offer a country flavor for fairgoers Tonights schedule gets under way at 7 with the traditional liorsepulling contest Then comes he Abbie Neal Show at fol lowed by the Square Dance Con test at All grandstand pro eeds tdnight are donated to the rippled Childrens Society Rev Dr Will W Orr president of Westminster College New Wil mington spoke to people Sunday evening at the Harvest Home Services in front of the grandstand Today sees the first full day of j activities at the fair Penn Premier Shows chief attraction on he midway began setting up the rides and shows yesterday and hey were ready for the cash cus tomers this afternoon Exhibit superintendents today were trying to place the entries and exhibits in their proper places with the 7 deadline on libits approaching New features this year are tents lousing the 4H Clubs and Future 7armers of America exhibits and an art division featuring picture painting and art creations pro duced in the county schools A fair spokesman reported that entries this year are about 20 per cent over those of previous years In the tents and stalls the groom See CountryPage 3 Col i Nikita Plans To Bring 5 Of Family WASHINGTON AP Five members of Soviet Premier Niki ta S Khrushchevs family will ac company him on his visit to the United States The State Department an nounced this with pleasure to day and said President Eisenhow er has been informed of it in Lon don Those who will travel with Khrushchev will include the So viet leaders wife two daughters his son and a soninlaw This is his whole family with the exception of one soninlaw The announcement said The Department of State has learned with pleasure that in re sponse to the invitation of the President Mrs Nina Petrovna Khrushchev will accompany chair man Khrushchev on his visit to the United States The President has been in formed in London of the accept ance It is also pleased to say that included in the party will be two daughters Julia Nikitchna and Ra da Nikitchna a son Sergei Niki tovich and soninlaw Alexei Ivan ovich Adzhubei Due To Die Left Fortune By Uncle PITTSBURGH 46year Cheered On Return To London By RELMAN MORIN LONDON Eisenhower returned to Lon don amid cheers today from weekend talks with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan that brought broad agree ment on the strategy of fu ture cold war negotiations Qualified informants out lined results of the confer ence of these two leaders at Chequers the Prime Min ister s country estate They said Eisenhower and Mao millan displayed a resolve to do all they can to bring French President Charles de Gaulleback into full cooperation in the North Atlantic Alliance Eisenhowers coming exchange of visits with Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev was said to have been the most important single topic covered in the American British exchanges Other subjects covered by the two with Secre tary of State Christian A Herter and Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd sitting 1 Plans for a new Western ap proach toward an EastWest dis armament program This ap proach was said to take into ac count an American idea that would make a cutoff of nuclear weapon production under tight controls a starting point of th program 2 A possible compromise fornt agreement in the Big Three Gene va conferenceon of riu clear weapons tests No 5 details were given 3 The EastWest deadlock the future of Berlin and Germany Eisenhower was said to have in dicated that he will discuss this issue informally with Khrushchev in Washington next month 4 defense matters and ways of militarily strengthen ing the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization Again no details were given 5 Eisenhowers ideas for a big new effort to help raise living standards in the havenot nations of the world Britiain already is pledged to cooperate with the Unit ted States along these lines But the two leaders were said to have considered ways of broadening the basis of their efforts so other in terested powers could join A main purpose would be to off See 2 CoJ 1 Senate Heads Reject Plea For Recess WASHINGTON AP Senate leaders today rejected a proposal that Congress recess next week end until Oct 15 and complete its work after the Soviet premiers visit to this country Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas and Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of II linois opposed the recess sugges ion made over the weekend by Sen George A Smathers Johnson told newsmen he thinks a majority of the Senates mem jers want to stay on the job until Congress has acted finally on la xr control highway civil rights lousing and public works legisla ion Dirksen said he believes it would be more discomoding to members of Congress to take a than to stay in Washington Smathers had proposed in a etter to Johnson that Congress ake the sixweeks recess starting next Friday A BOY SCOUT IS HONEST COURTEOUSAND HUNGRYThese five Boy Scouts who are part of the group handling parking at the Indiana County fair worked up an appetite for pizza Left to right are Jack Larko Indiana BUI Shandigk John Kalafus and Dave Banof Lucemeniims and Tom Robertson ol Hurner City Gazette photo by Lucy Donnelly f old Pittsburgh woman who doc ors claim has less than a year to live has been left I million Ip dollars by an uncle in Scotland Mrs Felice Naccarelli was noti fied last Thursday she is the sole heir of John Lennon of Aberdeen Scotland He was her brother Dies On Porch Mrs Naccarelli is suffering from cancer Her husband is a cement have two daughters one a doctor and the other a nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore BLAIRSVILLE Charlw M fathers Spicher 339 South Spring Street Blairsville was found dead on the front porch of nil home here this morning Neighbors told Deputy Indiana County Coroner Michael Hallow they noticed the Wyearold sitting limp in a chair at 8 w 9v Mrs Nacarelli plans to fly to today Hallow said Scotland tomorrow to settle thejently died of a heart attack and estate Lennon a bachelor was was probably on Ian engineer throughout the night   

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