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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper that Every Member of the Family Its our guess that a pessimist Doesnt get any kick out of looking Into a Volume 22 City EDITION Volume 22 Twentva aht i j e i i wenty eight Pages Pennsylvania Wednesday September 9 1959 Two Sections I1 Seven Ctrrti Name Indiana Borough Planning Commission Council Appoints Five Men By JOE DONNELLY Editor Another step towards pro viding Indiana with an over all master plan for organized planned community growth was taken last night by Indi ana Borough council with the appointment of a fiveman banning commission 1 Members of the commission approved are Ralph McCreary Joseph McMahon Thomas Malcolm Thomas B arbor 2 and William Steiner Numbers in parenthesis indicate the num ber of years their respective terms will This group will have as its res TESt UNMANNED SPACE UNIT Prolonged Heat Wave Grips Area No Relief Seen TOKYO Red China blamed India today for their A prolonged heat wave continued to grip Indiana Counborder troubles and demand with mtle hoe Red China Says India At Fault relief from the weatherman The thermometer soared over the levelopment of the borough and will be charged with making re commendations to the council on such matters The five commission members were selected by a committee com posed of Paul Bortz Charles Rus sell and Mark OHara In other personnel action the council appointed William J Fis cus 1334 Philadelphia Street to 90mark in many yesterday and was cheduled to reach the 90s again An overnight low of 64 recorded in some dis Ike Mediator Attack Steel Negotiations tricts The blistering warm front has beeii witli us for more than a month and will probably remain until at least this weekend Victims of the heat yesterday were about a score of Cambria Indian troops and administra tors that it charged were tres passing on Chinese soil in Tibet At the same time the Peip ing regime pledged that it will respect the territories of Bhutan and Sikkim as Indian at NEW YORK AP The were overcome nations toP ediator were aoout a score of Cambria County high school band students I Protectorates and offered to the Ebensburg Fair j settle the frontier disputes through friendly negotiations It said the Communist Chinese this formally morning by Burgess G kind of baragining Ive His comment Forest Fire kipsTown i you cj 7 Ut ueadwoodiJstehphFFilnegan director after President Eisenhower had called the talks half It is the oddest kind of bargaining Ive ever you can call it said y All were A high of 92 was lie area today forecast lor DEADWOOD AP A forest fire skipped across this his toric gold rush town Tuesday burning an estimated dozen homes and four businesses before roar of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Anne Alpern KjcksOff Demo Drive ing into timber north and south Asst State Forester Tom Bor administrator in India War the eastern sec of the ChineseIndian border But Chinese troops have never crossed that it said Chinese Premier Chou Enlai in a letter Tuesday In dian Prime Minister Nehru said the line was decidedly illegal a product of the British policy of aggression against the Tibet rfe gion of Chous letter released by the Finnegan has worked fruitlessly CITY Pennsylvania New China News Agency came as to bring a new contract agreement1 General Anne X Alpern a reply to Nehrus White Paper in the industryparalyzing situaiwi11 tne featured speaker this j submitted to TnHian DorUa tion but so far there has been eveninS at Homer City Demoment Monday little or no the Indian Parlia on trie recent series progress jcratic kickoff dinner at the Hotel of border incidents with China Finnegan said both industry i Chou charged that after the Ti den said no deaths were reported and steelworkers union representL aPPearance 1S sponsored byjbetan rebellion last spring Indian bulldozer operator was serijatives admitted as late as Tues iner Clty started pressing forward j imittes under the auspices of Unsteadily across the eastern section Ijlne bulldozer operator was serijatives admitted as late as Tues ously injured and a second operalday that they were right wherer A tor escaped with light burns when they were when they Democratic of the SinoIndian flames licked across their ma chines as they fought to clear a fire break j The same shifting winds that I turned the fire into town helped minimize damage by lofting thej I blazes into tree tops and produc I ing ascattered pattern of fires Sotatlons Finnegan said Businesses hit by the blaze in Oh Happy Day Schools Here Resume Mothers Sigh Relief No Plans For Ike To Visit India More than students reported for the 195960 school term opening in Inidana area public schools today Needless to point out their mothers sighed a relief now that the summer vacation is officially completed Launching the new term today wnere Indiana Joint Included among the party He said they had crossed the for nn all nnf Ff n itaries wil1 be UMWA District Pres1 boundary drawn on current Inj plans to visit India although he maPs which is alleSed toihas said many times he would Uions hisirv like t0 White House Indian troops invaded and oc iicw luucty wxicie inaiana Joint WASHINGTON AP presiHigh School Benjamin Franklin Elementary School and borough elementary the Horace Mann Thad dent Eisenhower has no definite deus Stevens the nations history Asked if he felt the Presidents Handler indiana County commis cuPied today Presidential press secretary nivi uucu iiitu A aaii uee Miller and other Democratic erl and are still in occupation of 10fe from canlidates for office jshatze Khinzemane and Tadamen t onl an a two pole treating plants a heV only if they want Tonights dinner scheduled for all of which are Chinese lumbervard and a motel the and marks the inauguration of the I ritorv Tikert a I lumberyard and a motel the sher liffs office said Borden estimated 1 the blaze burned over acres land forced evacuation of more than persons in the area Bill Finnen 40 Deadwood bull I dozer operator was hospitalized in I nearby Lead with serious I burns Wayne Sevon the other 1 bulldozer man injured suffered rns but was not hospitalized flank of the fire was halted threefourths of a mile from near Jby Lead home of the famous IHomestake gold mine Deadwoods residents were evacuated but some were tricklihg back early today Some of Leads people also is wwi marks the inauguration of the ritory Tibet shielding armed 1 rtrt i1 vtt VIW11 lllC Finnegan then went on to say Democratic campaign for the Nov See 2 Col 1 3 elections intruded into YashJames C Hagerty was comment ing on reports the President might go to India after his visit to Mos cow this fall Hagerty also said he has heard of no plans for the President to visit the Philippines or Japan Tibetan rebel bandits in this his letter charged Indiana March of DeRoys Opens Store In Indiana were evacuated I have given a Mr S H DeRoy head of the jewelry firm that bears his name announces the opening of a new DeRoys store in Indiana The new store will open for business on Thursday September 10 a Mr DeRoy stated that Indiana plugged nickel for the whole town was chosen as the site of the new Deadwood at four DeRoy store because after ex tensive surveys the firm conclud ed that Indiana shows more pro mise for growth and a high level of prosperity than any other sec tion of the state We are all happy and proud to join Indianas march of said Mr DeRoy Mr DeRoy added that the new store at 717 Philadelphia Street will offer at all times a complete selec tion of fine diamonds jewelry watches silverware tableware and giftwares for all occasions as well as the most famous names in cameras and photo equipment radios phonographs electric ap pliances and housewares DeRoys new store will be staf fed by all local residents Glenn Brant the sote manager will be assisted by John Martin The of fice manager is Lila Valenti De partment manager is Beverly Pat Border when efforts were made stock is Richard Lewis lid Rapid City Journal reporter Jumper I Jumper who had fought fires with the Navy in Florida said it See 2 Col 3 Delawares IGradeYear Ian Works DOVER Del 3radeAYear school integration program started peacefully today There was however an under Current of discontent with the courtordered program Without incident four Negro girls entered an elementary school an Milford scene of violence and integrate at the level five years ago high school The 110 year old DeRoy firm also operates stores in Johnstown Officially IS Negro children enals storesn ihnstown lered the first grade of previously and McKeesport and in Pittsburgh r J i in thf hpart nf Tfiannla gll white schools in six southern Delaware districts One child in seventh district reported ill fsvelve youngsters in 3 other dis tricts are scheduled to begin Classes Thursday in the heart of the Golden Triangle The new Indiana store is pledg ed to maintain DeRoys century old reputation for honesty integ rity and service The new store will maintain a policy of never extra charge for credit pur Fire Co party i chases Eisenhower buildings Officials Chief Pleas For Safety Near Schools Motorists In Indiana were asked by Chief of Police Harry Owns today to exercise caution when driving in the vicinity of the schools in the borough Chief Owens warning was is sued as all schools in the bor ough are now open In an effort to reduce the chance of bodily injury especial ly to young students the chief said mounted patrols will check school areas especially at arrival and departure hours to check on possible speeders or other dangerous driving prac tices Drivers apprehended causing dangerous conditions to exist will be prosecuted the chief added Warnings will not be given to those who could bring serious in jury or worse to children on the way to and from school he con cluded at Indiana Joint High School have indicated that when the furor of opening day turmoil dies down about students will be enrolled for the new term This represents an increase of approximately 120 students over last years attendance Enrollment in the boroughs three elementary schools howev er is expected to be about the same year 970 children Benjamin Franklin officials said this morning that more than students have been registered for Classes there The school today occupied its new sevenroom addi tion which was recently completed A series of faculty meetings and Ike Gets Gasoline Increase Bill WASHINGTON AP The House sent to President EisenhoW er today a bill increasing the fed eral gasoline tax a cent a gallon Oct 1 The money will go toward financing the interstate highway program The bill will add a billion dollars to motorists gasoline bills for the next 21 months by raising the fed eral gasoline tax tofour cents j gallon until July 1 1961 The extra tax is designed to help overcome a deficit currently existing in funds for construction ol the interstate net work Without the additional funds the federal state highway pro gram was threatened with a halt to contracting this year L fhis newly remodeled front pf DeRoys Jewelry store adds a bright spot to Indianas Philadelphia Street See other photo page 2 Eagles nite Party every Thursday Wed tfx Photo by Sipot Taco Yourself qn TV WIIC and invites everyone to a TV Succeeds Despite Failure CAPE CANAVERAL Fla space capsule like the one a Mercury astronaut will ride in orbit was blasted hundreds of miles out across the Atlantic today and quick ly recovered intact Space ex perts said main research ob jectives were met despite a mechanical mishap that short ened the flight The bottleshaped steel chamber was hoisted aloft from this missile test center at a m by a huge Atlas rocket the vehicle chosen for the first manned flights In stead of a man however it carried only instruments All went well on the launching itself but when the powerful first stage burned out after 2 minues and 40 seconds it failed to dis engage and fall away as planned The resulting drag cut the flight short of the 100mile altitude and distance planned but telemetry signals came back for 12 of the expected 20 minutes InV dicating that much of the planned range had been achieved Then signals were heard the chamber itself afloat on the water several hundred miles north of Barbados and the chamber was quickly located by plane The USS Strong of the Navy flotilla patrolling the route sped to the scene and in Washington the National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported the capsule had been retrieved at It had been sighted first at The NASA announcement said quick look data indicate that all of the system within the capsule See 2 Col I Soviet Tells West Leave Laos Alone11 MOSCOW AP The Soviet Union issued a call to the West today to keep out of the border disputes between India and Com munist China and say the two nations could settle their own arguments in preparation for todays opening Combat Troops Fire Atlas BULLETIN VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE Calif AP Combat ready Air Force troops today suc cessfully fired their first Atlas in pled the range of previous Ameri can combat missiles Close Butler Firm employes will be affected Tass said Plant manager Louis H Warheit Tass Tuesday blamed the shutdown on border the lack of steel supplies struckbound mills A series of faculty meetings and The official Soviet news agency work sessions were held yesterday Tass carried the appeal labeled in preparation for todavs nnenina as a statement as a statement without ing it to any specific individual Such statements usually have the weight of government opinion be hind them The statement issued a few ifter Red China an offer by Premier Chou to talk the matter over with Indians charged that defin IndianChinese disputes to pro mote the cold war By such tricks they expect to paralyze the desire which is gain ing ground in the Western coun BUTLER Pa AP Pullman tries for agreement with the So Standard Corp will shut down its cialist Communist states on Butler Works Sept 21 Some 850 questions related to the cold war termed incidents IndianChinese deplorable It from made no attempt to place blame on either side The Gazette DREW PEARSON Eisenhower and Khrushchev will have a problem in creating trust according to Drew Pearson on page 8 INJURIES TO Injuries plague the Little Indian football team Read the on sports page 18 Other Features AUddlui Lamp Mirror Comlei 38ST S4S4 Crouwordi Editorial Notes ObUutrlt SotUty SporU U World antenna demonstration Loblaws i Plaza September 10th WEATHER Costly sunny hot and humid today and Thursday High both days 85 to St Fair warm humid tonight Low 63 to 98   

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