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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Att Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Lets all labor on this Labof Day weekend to keep highway at low as possible City County EDITION Volume 20 Fourteen Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday September 5 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Seven Cenft gr County Enters Labor Day Weekend With No Accidents ways Free Of Mishaps Indiana County entered the long Labor Day weekend ftrith no report of any high way accidents For over 48 hours district roads have been clear of any mishaps in spite of heavy traf fic reported in all areas of the county Both municipal and state police have initiated their program to keep extra patrols on area streets and highways an effort to keep the traf Tic flowing slowly and safely Pleas have been issued from all levels of government urging peo ple to take it easy making it pos sible for them to return home with out accident or injury A needless death on the high way is a terrible personal thing to those who know and love the victim and it can happen to jnyone Unfortunately the drivers the United States have reached unique position of having the human element of highway safety calculated as cold factual statis tics Again this holiday weekend in an honest but impersonal effort to keep accidents down the Na tional Safety Council estimates that 450 persons may be killed be tween notf and the close of Labor DAG RETURNS IN LAOS CRISIS VFW CHIEF Louis G Feld man Marine Corps veteran from Hazleton has been elected commando rinchief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars by its convention in Los Angeles Calif In an effort to reach a figure against which to guage the im pact of holiday a survey was made during a correspondng 78hour non holiday weekend two Davlin Honored By National VFW LOSANGELES Vet erans of Foreign Wars ended its 60th annual convention Friday but not Before it honored William R Davlin Pennsylvanias secre tary of Commerce The VFWS newly elected com mander in chief Louis G Feld man a fellow Pennsylvania from Hazelton gave Davlin the organ izations gold medal of merit The citation lauded Davlin for his work in the field of industrial development in Pennsylvania and his help in creating new job op portunities for veterans and other members of the Ike Plays Round of Golf Today TURNBERRY Scotland President Eisenhower today played another round of golf top ping his first drive into the rough My he sighed as he smilingly shook his head The President followed two oth 4 Marines Killed In Auto Crash WARRENTON Va Marines en route home were er Players who did the same killed early today fn the headon thing that only 307 persons were kill ed on the highways More statictics The first reported traffic fatali ty of the current holiday period as recorded at North Reading late Friday wom an was killed in an automobile truck collision From the fatality standpoint 1951s Labor Day weekend was the worst in history Then 658 per j wreck of a tractortrailer and a sedan two miles south of here State police identified the vic tims are Ronald Robinson 24 of 1603 North St Howard Rus sell E Dolen 21 of Route 2 Biglersville Thomas V Buchanan 19 df 625 Lewis Elmira N and George Wald man 18 of 534 Washington Williamsport Pa Police said three of the Marines sons died in traffic drownings died instantly Buchanan died en route to Warrenton Hospital The truck driver Harry E Smith of Luray was reported in satisfactory condition in the hospital suffering from shock All four Marines were stationed at the Beaufort S Marine Air Just Before Labor Day Strike Evidence At Johnstown and other accidents The 1951 weekend also was the worst Labor Day holiday on rec ord for traffic For any holiday period the urday Christmas period of 1956 was the worst killer A total of 884 persons lost their lives Thej station All were enlisted men but traffic toll was highest for any holiday on record their ranks were not immediately available The two vehicles collided on 1529 The sedan occupied by the Marines was completely de moished So great was the impact that the wreckage of the car had to be taken to a garage to ex tricate the body of one Marine Labor Day Death Toll On Increase Holiday By The Associated Press Traffic 50 1 Nonboating drownings 0 Miscellaneous 1 Total 52 t By The Associated Press The toll of deaths in Labor Day weekend accidents rose steadily Saturday The traffic toll is starting out willow6 vj rr tbii commented the about half its normal load Safety Council fMost of the jnjurjes reportedly Standing on the first tee of the Turnberry course where he ha played Friday Eisenhower joked with his partners and a group o about 20 spectators and police men The President is relaxing in Scotland until Monday after his nineday mission of consultations with West European leaders on the eve of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs visit to the United Stales The sun was shining brightly as the foursome went to the tee Well play for a bob a said the President A bob means a shilling which is 14 cents The President was teamed again with Turnberrys club pro fessional Ian Marchbank Playing against them were the U S Ambassador to Britain John Hay Whitney and William STRIKE and grass overgrown during the long inactivity around lower Cambria works of Bethlehem Steel in Johnstown give Wiute evidence of the length of the steel strike In background is line of idle locomotives used in trans porting steel in the 12mile long plant AP Wirephoto E Robinson chairman of See 5 Col 1 the Fair Skies Expected For Labor Day By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fair skies and pleasant weather predominated over most of the na tion today and indications were bright for a continuance through the Labor Day holiday Rain mostly was confined to the Washington Oregon coastline with widely scattered thunder storms in the Southeast Temperatures from the Central Plains to the eastern Dakotas and Minnesota mainly were in the 70s compared to the 50s and 60s of Friday morning j The warm humid weather con The council figured the great j Winifred Valentine 59 of Lanstinued in Texas with tempera Majority of the nations 71 million downei and Mrs Marion Gallman tures mostly in the mid 70s At vehicles will be rolling dur53i and Mrs Marilyn Crawford midnight temperature readings g the threeday holiday period I28 both of They were mostly in the 50s and low Three Injured In Bus Crash CLEVELAND pas sengers on a Greyhound bus three of them from Pennsylvania were injured Friday night when the bus and a tractortrailer col lided on the Ohid Turnpike Most of the windows on the bus were broken and several women combed glass from their hair The bus was going from Phila delphia to Chicago with 25 passen It urged motorists to drive with werg not serjous care and common sense three pennsyivanjans are The weather was dry treated at Marymount HospkGOs in the Great Lakes area and in most areas a condition that encourages speed Four Marines en route home for the holiday were killed when their car collided headon with a trac tortrailer near Warrenton Va The victims were Ronald Rob inson 24 of Howard Russell E Dolen 21 of Biglersville Jhomas V Buchanan 19 of El ira N and George Wald man 18 of Williamsport Pa They had been stationed at the Beaufort S Marine Air Sta tion Another headon collision of a truck and automobile killed three occupants of the car near Point Pleasant W Va The truck driver was injured Police said the truck driver carried a citation for eeding that had been issued at Kpley W about hours before the fatal crash The council has estimated the traffic toll may reach 450 in the period that began at 6 local time Friday and will end at mid night Monday tal bruises England West of the Rock The accident happened about 15 minor with clouds in that area miles south of here confined to the Pacific Northwest Pickets Stop Plant Supervisors PITTSBURGH AP Picket lines at the struck Hazelwood plant of Jones Laughlin Steel Corp have halted supervisory personnel from entering or leavturning Milwaukee family were found dead in their cottage ing the plant the company renear this northeastern Wisconsin community late Friday night and their mother died this morning All apparently were victims of gas poisoning which struck them down some 6 In Vacationing Family Dead Of Gas Poisoning TOWNSEND Wis five children of a vaca ported today A J L spokesman said some supervisors are locked in the plant He did not say how many persons were involved The plant was closed July 15 when the United Steelworkers called a na tionwide strike At most struck plants pickets permit supervisory per sonnel to enter and leave the plant at will Until recently the same practice was being followed at the Hazelwood plant A company spokesman said supervisory personnel was blocked after a dispute arose over the type of maintenance work being done by the supervisors A company Belle To Return When Family OK PITTSBURGH AP A attor ney for Earl Belle says the self exiled Pittsburgh financier wanted here on fraud and conspiracy charges will return to the United States when his wife and baby are able bo travel Atty Louis C Glasso said Fri day Belle expects to return soon from Rio de Janeiro where he has been livirig since July 1958 Belle whose wife recently gave birth to a son said recently he was anxious to come home to straighten things out time Thursday night Mrs Gloria Rovge 32 the mother of the children who had been staying with them while her husband worked dur ing last week at his job in Milwaukee died today at a hospi tal in Laona The children were identified as Kathy 10 7 Cindy 5 Ken ny 3 and Caroline 1 The bodies were found Friday night when Mrs Kenneth Posselt of Townsend and a babysitter Sandy Sackett called at the Rov ge cottage on McCauslin Brook seven miles northwest of here in Oconto County Mrs Posselt a family friend was to drive Mrs Rovge to Townsend to join her husband John 44 who was driv ing up from Milwaukee to spend the week end with his family Mrs Posselt told authorities that when they arrived at the cot tage the were out and the doors were locked She said she had shined a flashlight through the window and seen the bodies on the floor Mrs Posselt returned to Town send to inform authorities and told her husband Meanwhile Rovge arrived from Milwaukee Rovge and Posselt returned to the cottage broke down the door and took the bodies outside Coroner Clarence McMahon See 6 In 5 Col 1 China Move MBest Thing11 Says Romulo DALLAS Tex P Romulo Philippine ambassador to the United States says Red Chinas incursion of India is about the best thing that could happen to He said In an interview here Friday the incident is opening the eyes of Asians to the dangers of that al ways Romulo urged more understand ing for Indias Prime Minister Nehru and his hesitance to go to war with the Communists Nehru would rather risk the ire of a country like the United States which is miles away and which he knows will never attack him than that of his neighbors China and Russia both To Deal With Plea For Troops UNITED NATIONS N Y Hammarsk old hurried home from South America today to deal with liaos appeal for a U N task brce to stop any aggression rom Communist North Viet flam Diplomats expected the 11 nation Security Council to be alled into an emergency ses ion Monday but predicted the Soviet Union would veto any U N intervention into he fighting in the Southeast Asian kingdom In the event of a Soviet veto in the Council any seven members of the Council can call an emer ency session of the 82 nation icneral Assembly within 24 hours The feeling is that the Assem ly would approve help to the hardpressed Buddhist kingdom Diplomats representing the an Communist Southeast Asia Treaty Organization met in Wash ington Friday night A statement issued afterward emphasized that Laos is within the region of di rect interest of Laos is not a member of SEATO but the antiCommunist organiza tion regards Laos as tinder its protection It was understood tfiat was no substantial discussion of intervention by SEATO while the Laos appeal rests before the The United States is rushing aid to strengthen military de fenses A C47 transport plane was handed over first of six aircraft promised under the American aid program Hammarskjold is due in New York on a flight from Rio de Ja neiro at He cut short a twoweek South American tour to set up a Council meeting for Sun day or Monday after a formal Laothian note charged that for eign troops reinforced and sup plied from outside Laos have been See To 5 Col 2 Earthquake Again Hits Yellowstone YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK Wyo mild earth quake shook the central portion of Yellowstone National Park to day but there were no report of damage or injury A stack of dishes was broken in a cafeteria at Canyon a resort a few miles north of Yellowston Lake Some Labor Day weeken vacationers were awakened b the tremor preceded by two of the vote of Pennsylvania Saylor Still Votes No On Labor Bill 24 WASHINGTON Here less intensity sentatives Friday as the House The quake was described by Jopassed 35252 and sent to tha Breathed Life Info Baby Herd To Do Something Says i Girl 10 After Saving Sister Record Hop at Palace Gardens Drive In Monday at 7 20x Dance tonite Sat tfx ST PAUL Minn all Joyce is the only baby sister Ive got I simply had to do some Linda Kay Gibson 10 had only that simple explanation for the mouthtomouth respiration police and the family doctor credited with breathing life back into the tiny body of her twoyearold sis ter Joyce ill with a high fever sud denly went limp and stopped breathing after a convulsion in the familys suburban Maplewood home Thursday night Right away mother was fran tic on the telephone trying to get the doctor and the well I just had to do Linda Kay said What she did was to start forc ing her own breath into the babys mouth She kept on for about 5 or 10 minutes Once in a while Joyce would sort of gasp a little and stop breathing was half cry ing but I kept at said Linda Kay When police and the doctor did arrive Joyce was breathing regu larly They said I did Linda Kay happily reported Her mother Mrs Eugene Gib son 33 said that even after the babys breath was normal Linda Kay insisted on staying up most of the nightwatching Joyce The doctor said the lung conges tion and high fever resulted from an infection He decided that Joyce did not require hospitaliza tion prescribed medication and hot baths Kay of course I remembered reading the newspaper how one kid saved an other kids life by breathing in his Linda Kay explained So I thought it might work with Joyce To get more air I ran outside with her in my arms and then stood and breathed in her mouth I shook her a little and called to it Her father absent at the time added his praise for her efforts when he got home The Gibsons Whos tending to that Lindalhave a third child James 8 of whom he apparently is Romulo said un Looking For Stolen Truck HOMER CITY Homer City Police Chief Arthur Weber report ed today that a 1958 red Chevrolet pickup truck with license number R8455J owned by Gene R Jones Box 206 Ramey was stolen from the rear of Hotel Homer early Friday morning Homer City and State Police are continuing their investigation Anyone knowing anything about the whereabouts of the truck contact the Homer City or State Police Dance tonite Club Savoy Music by Melodaires 20x Eagles Dance Sat Tones night Jet 20xF Dusk to Dawn show Sunday night at Palace Gardens Drive In 20x Elks Dance Top Hatters Orch estra 20xE ocpu xumcau general manager of the cafeteria as the strongest since the Aug 17 earthquakes These tremors caused slides in Montana which left 28 persons dead or missing and presumed dead in an area just west of the park boundary No one within the park seriously injured in the earlier quakes but the western entrance to the preserve was blocked for several days Ard Kincade a park ranger said todays shocks had been apparently confined to the area of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone in the center of the park It may have caused some Kincade said The sharpest jolt was felt at 5 The milder shocks came at about 2 and 4 nouse a compromise moor control bill Democrats for Frank M Clark William S Moorhead James M Quigtey George M Rhodes and Francis E Walter Republicans for R Bush Willard S Curtin Robert J Corbett Paul B Dague Ivor D Fenton James G Fulton Leon H Gavin Carroll D Kearns John A Lafore William H Milliken Walter M Mumma Richard M Simpson and James E Van Zandt Democrats against William A Barrett James A Byrne John H Dent Daniel J Flood Mrs Kathryn Granahan William J Elmer J Holland Thomas E Morgan Robert N C Nix Stanley A Prokop and Herman Toll Republican paired against John P Saylor Dance tonite Sat Inside DREW PEARSON SA President Eisenhower has beco according to Drew Pearson Se WHITE SOX ON THI The Chicago White Sox are ente pennant in 40 years See sports AUddiai 19 EdltorUI 1213 Gcrzef f e me hia own Secretary of State e page 4 ring their first American pages 8 and 9 Features 0 Btwrtf 13 ri 2 Theater f Comloi 1011 Crvaawordi 13 Society 4 Town TtJk WEATHER Fair and mild tonight Sunday mostly and warm with a chance of widely scattered afternoon showers High 84 to   

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