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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Love been called ft tot 01 things but it still remttiw one silly thing after another Volume 23 Twentyeight Pages Indiana PennsylvartlArthursday September 10 1959 Two Sections Seven jf At High Indiana Jt Enrollment Hits Peak A record enrollment of students is expected to be the final registration figures at Indiana Joint High School This recordshattering figure is an increase of 110 stu dents over last years total according to data released today by Paul R Getts superintendent of Indiana Public Schools The Tiigh school began full operation for the 195960 school term yesterday when students returned to classes Trial List r Q7i ven For Court Here Faced with an anticipated en rollment of 1692 students careful planning and preparation result ed in an orderly rapid registra tion and resumption of class work As expected not all of the reg istered students reported some The trial list of cases to be heard moved or decided to ter Indiana County Criminal t1Lheir education without no tifying the school beginning Monday September 14 was released today by the office of Actual registration at the close of the first day indicated a total he District Attorney Scheduled enrollment of 1653 as follows next Monday is RufusGrade 7 321 Grade 8 296 Grade L Lins 321 Walnut Milton on a charge of involuntary manslaughter followed by a morals 9 244 Grade 10 257 Grade 11 277 and Grade 12 258 Some late registrations will con harge against James Rogers throughout the first few days and tlie fina t wickley Pa On the list for Tuesday Sept 15 beginning at 9 are charges of burglary larceny and receiving stolen property against Gilbert Lee Swartz Clymer Scheduled for the jsame day is a morals charge against Frederick R Finnotti Fifth Indiana Wednesdays docket lists morals charges apainsl John Behune RD 1 and Gilbert Jones Indiana RD 1 A case involving aggravated as sault and battery charges against James Robert Potts Bolivar RD 1 is slated for 9 Thursday Jept 17 Aslo scheduled for that blate is a morals charge against Benjamin Galentine Marion Cen ter Two persons pleaded guilty be lore the Grant Jury considered their case yesterday They are Victor Downing Glen Campbell charged with malicious injury to property and use of electrical tele phone linos Alonzo Hicks Detroit charged with operating a motor after suspension of his op Aerating privilege Both men will be sentenced at a later date Company Level Steel Talks Begin total registration will probably reach 1660 This represents an increase of 110 over that of last year and is the largest enrollment in the his tory of the school Every inch of available space has been pressed into service and although ex tremely overcorwded and with fa cilities and services overtaxed students and faculty are manag ing to make the best use of facil ities available Four new to the staff of the Indiana Joint High School assumed duties on opening day Miss Jane T Hoyas of Coral a graduate of the this past June will teach Typewriting and Office Machines Miss Hoyas has had considerable experience in of fice and sales work She replaces Mr Dominick Oliver who resigned to accept a position in the Niagara Falls City School System Niagara Falls New York Mrs Dorothy M Long of Indi See Page 4 Col 3 Jobless Working Tolls Drop NEW YORK WASHINGTON em ployment and unemployment de clined in August The job total although curbed by the steel strike still was a record for Au gust j The Labor Department an in the 58day steel strike tod that cmployment expanded today to a companyaffected by a big seasonal drop bycompany basis in farming as well as the steel Seven representatives of each ofsliutdown and early auto industry the 12 majpr steel companies changeover declined to 67 Sieelworkers Union bargainers m This was down 353000 separate meetings in the the employed in Roosevelt to discuss local issues Talks continued meanwhile bei unemployment in August de tween fourman industry andjclined to or less Bunion teams on overall issues jlnan the idle in July None of the chiefs officers of the Seymoiu Wolfbein deputy as TRAIN HITS SCHOOL BUS IN W MARYLAND 6 KILLED House Defeats Works Veto 1st Loss On Veto For Ike WASHINGTON AP The House voted today to override President Eisenhow ers veto of the second public works appropriation bill The rollcall vote was 280 121 This was 12 votes more than was needed to override A great shout went up at the announcement of the vote mark ing the first time since Eisenhow er took office that the House has mustered the necessary twothirds vote to pass legislation despite the Presidents rejection of it The vote sends the measure on to the Senate where prompt action is expected If the Senate also votes to override it would be the first of 146 Eisen hower in more than six years that has been overridden The President vetoed the bill because it contained money for more than 60 whichare not included inhis budget pro gram He vetoed an earlier bill for the same reason but the House last week sustained that veto by a onevote margin On todays roll call 20 Repub licans and 2BO Democrats voted to override Five Democrats and 116 Republicans voted to sustain the veto While Democrats broke out into wild cheering and applauding when Speaker Sam Raybum D Tex announced the veto had been overriden most of the Re publicans remained silent GOP Leader Charles Halleck of In diana who led the fight to sus tain the President did manage a broad smile The House proceeded to vote quickly after Eisenhowers veto message was read In the message Eisenhower suggested that Congress enact a stopgap measure to continue pub lic works projects now under way Passenger Train Rams Stalled Bus All Dead Are Students 10 Hurt MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK Md St Louisto Baltimore passenger train rammed a stalled school bus at a grade crossing in mountainous western Maryland today kill ing seven of the 26 children on the bus Eight to 10 others were reported seriously hurt The Baltimore Ohio Diplomat running about on time struck the loaded bus at a m at a crossing marked by a flashing light and bell The signals were operating at the time the railroad said The bus driver Leroy Camp bell 49 told authorities that after the bus stalled he opened the door and tried to get the children out After half a dozen or so scram bled out the door the rest jammed WATERS Rebecca Sue Reed of Pittsburghs Mount Lebanon section seems to have found the right place for keeping cool during the current kitchen sink The temperature in Pittsburgh yesterday soared past 90 again AP Wirephoto Crowd of 300 Attacks 2 NY Police In Arrest JP NEW YORK AP A crowd of 300 attacked two policemen with soda bottles stones and sticks Wednesday night when they arrested two teenage gang members of a West Side street The arrested youths Ruben Aguirre 16 and Tomas Martinez 18 were members of the Buccaneers gang Other members of that gang were involved in the slaying of two 16yearold boys in a Hells Kitchen playground Aug 30 Coal Base Road Strip Laid FRANKFORT Ky AP An experimental strip of highway using a coal base 12 companies attended any of the Wfdnesday rejected a sessions All 12 request by David J McDonald the union president for talks at the top level The executives chief officers of the 12 negotiating companies also lashed out at the Steelworkers Union in a telegram to President Negotiations in the 58dayold strike resume today between four man union subcommittees and similar groups from each of the gteel firms Begin APlant Near Apollo Soon APOLLO Pa AP r Ground ceremonies for a plutoni vnn plant near Apollo will be held Sept 24 The plutonium will be for atomic reactors Costs of the plant in the Kiski Valley will be It will be operated by the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp of Apollo for the Atomic Energy Commis sion William R Davlin state secre ry of Commerce and head of e Pennsylvania Industrial De velppment will turn over the1 symbolic full of earth lor the opening ceremony TheWeatter Turning cooler and less humid lonighl Low in the lower 50s Friday mostly sunny and pleas in the low or mid 70s BRUSH VALLEY Donald C Davis a justice of the peace here for 39 years passed away sitant secretary of labor said that this morning in the Indiana Hos aside from thq steel strike layipitaj He was 70 A comoiete obituary appears in todays Indiana Evening Gazette Patrolman Frank Pillar said he found about 20 boys i iajd on 460 near here Wednes gathered on a sidewalk and to disperse aint day in another effort to find more uses and markets for coal The experimental base employs otfc the underlying employment situation is very I aint moving for said uiiwiiLui uaoc cmpiuys Aguirre was quoted as going with relbituminous coal derivatives devel This is a free torted Aguirre who is presidentoped by CurtissWright Corp at Youre under the pai See 300 4 Col 6 Quehanna Pa Anne X Alpern Misses Homer City Democrats KickOff Election Campaign the doorway blocking it Then the engine hit the bus broadside knocking the vehicle down the track on its side 40 to 50 feet Campbell who owned the bus has driven the same route for four years He has a safe driving rec ord with the county school sys tem for more than 20 years Campbell and all the injured were rushed to a hospital at Oak land four miles away by every ambulance station wagon and car that could be summoned quickly Oakland is about 40 miles west of Cumberland and about 180 milesWest of ix of the seven dead were cy Deems Lee Hoffman Nancy Lee Nancys brother Merle Harvey and Shirley Lee One remained unidentified The school ranging in ages from 8 to 14 were on their way to Southern High and Dennett Elementary schools at Oakland county seat of westernmost Gar See 4 Col 8 Del ay Case In Bombings In Rock LITTLE ROCK Ark case of two men charged with three Labor Day bombings linked to Little Rocks school integration dispute was postponed today un til Sept 14 Both E A Lauderdale lum ber dealer and strong segrega tionist and J D Sims truck driver wore held in bond each Municipal Judge Quinn Glover refused to reduce the bonds Sims 35 rejected efforts of Amis Guthridge a segregationist attorney to represent him Sims shuffled into the court room looking dejected Judge Glover asked him If Guthridge Fire Dept Offers Two Services A new additional service to sidents of Indiana Borough White Township and surrounding areas iias been offered by the Indiana Fire Department In letters sent out in their an nual plea for funds the local vol unteer firemen are including an announcement of special service to homes with invalids in them OP to persons desiring a free fire prevention inspection Following is a part of the letter covering the two new most of you know rescuff is the first considerationof Five of the Democrats who spoke at the Homer City Kickoff Dinner last night at Homer City are sh wn out side the Hotel Homer Left to right they are John Ghizzoni UJV1WA official Harold C McCorraick incum jeiit for ConfmTssiouer Mrs Agnes B Hood incumbent for Auditor Dee Miller incumbent for Commissioner and Jack Oswalt Homer City Democrat Comniitteeman Gazette photo by Sinos By FRANK HOOD AfMieiate Editor Despite I he fact that Pennsyl vania Attorney General Miss Anne X Alpern was prevented from at tending tu Homer City Meet Your Candidate last eve ning at the Hotel Homer 250 area Democrats anq party candidates produced an enthusiastic session Dial served as the 1959 Democratic kickoff for the Nov 3 General Election Miss Alpein the featured speak er for the evening phoned from HarrisbiLrg that mechanical troub le with scheduled airlines prevent ed her from arriving in Homer City in limt for last evenings meeting The lack or a main speaker failed to dampen the spirit of Hcr mu City Democrats who have giv en the Democratic party a major ity in the hoiough and nine out of ten borongh posts in che past five years Toasunasier Earl Handler Indi ana attorney introduced Homer City comifiiueeman Jack Oswalt AMO outlined the progress made See 4 Col 1 was his attorney and Sims an swered j i I sent word to him last night I ft fl I that I didnt want a mvrfi Guthridce attorney rr the seg regationist Capital Citizens Coun cil had asked that Sims be brought into court to prove he had retained counsel The segrega tionist attorney insisted Mrs Sims had employed him Another truck driver Jessie Raymond Perry also was held by police bui no charges were filed against him Guthridge repeatedly tried get the court to reduce Lander dales bond but each time Prose alarm is received from a hbnle contain ing an invalid or siemiinvalid it makes and quicker if the fire department knows that the home contains such an indi vidual and the location of that in dividuals room We have avail able a positive means of identi fication for use in such cases The way it works is this Upon request firemen call at the in valids home and place a red white and black sticker on the front door On the door to the in dividuals room and on one of the windows of that room they place a similar but smaller sticker If the fire department is called to that thome the sticker immedi ately shows the presence of the in valid and the situation is treated accordingly If you have an invalid in your home and would like to use this system simply complete the low er portion of this sheet tear it off and return it to us at Box 568 Indiana Regardless of whether you have an invalid in your care or not if you would like a fire preven tion inspection of your home at no cost or obligation and at a time convenient to you check the appropriate box below return the lower portion of this sheet to us and experienced men will per form the inspection and provide you with a written China Swap Bitter Notes NEW DELHI India AP A bitter exchange of notes betwen India and Red China was laid before Parliament here today and Prime Minister Nehru said Pre Chou Enlais latest letter adds to the gravity of the border See 4 Col 7 More STC Funds Asked crisis Step by step their policy has become more Nehru ssid Each nation accused the other of aggression and each demanded j that the other withdraw its forces I from frontier areas whose owner jship is in dispute India offered i HARRISBURG AP Legislujone concession to make the ition which would give an additionJLongJu area a temporary no al to the 14 state teachj mans land pending negotiation trs colleges for the 195961 bienj But both sides renewed their nium has been introduced in the i claims to Loiigju the isolated post Senate by two Democratic senai which Red Chinese troops seized tors i nearly two weeks ago in a guu A bill which would increase the fight with Indian frontier guards appropriation fbr vhe teachers colThe Chinese warned India against leges to was introduced trying to retake it Wednesday by Sens Jo Haysj The seriouspesp rf the wtuation i Centre and Harry E Seylerijs by Chpkf tetter The House sticking to public in Pejping Gov Lawrences budget recoraiday Nehru told the upper emendations recently approved ani appropriation of for the colleges See 4 7 Eagles Party Tburt   

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