Indiana Evening Gazette, September 11, 1959

Indiana Evening Gazette

September 11, 1959

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY Indiana County Newspaper f hat Every Member of the Family Sometimes t familys hardest problem lg trying to keep up witk the tasy payments 24 City EDITION Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday September 11 1959 Two Sections Mother 6 Kiddies Die As Train Rams Auto Minnesota Crossing Is Scene Star Dead at Actor Paul Douglas Succumbs To Attack T WASECA Minn HOT r vurnnn A r i i i i HOLLYWOOD Paul Douglas lone a star freight tram rammed a car toOf stage and screen died today at his home of an apparent day killing a mother and her heartattack six children on the way to A fire department rescue squad called to the home ar school rived too late With the actor at the time were his wife A school patrol boy was inactress Jan Sterling and his physician Dr Lee E Siegel jured He was struck by de bris from the car and a frag rfuent imbedded in his back Irene Zimmerman 39 died about threevhours after the accident Five of her children were killed outright in the crash and the sixth died a few moments later just1 after reaching the hosiptal Mrs Zimmermans husband James was hospitalized for shock after a priest told him of the trag ydy The six boys and girls who Tiied were the only children of the farm couple It only sounded like a small said Dean Fleming who heard the crash from his nearby store It sounded like somebody dropped something on the When I went outside the train had thrown the station wagon up against a loading platform and box Dead at the scene were Michael Full Text Of Report To County Douglas made headlines in 1955 when he played Capt Queeg in a touring company of The Caine Mutiny A news paper quoted him as saying while touring in the South that the South stinks Its a land of STEEL FIRMS SNUB INTERVENTION and The proposed plan to expand Douglas said he was misquoted the facilities of the Indiana jbut the newspaper the Greensbo County Courthouse are of im ro Daily News contended the quote was accurate Actors Equity subsequently placed Doug las on probation for a year portance and concern to all the residents of Indiana County 0 Constance 8 Barbara 7 Jimmy 5 and Janice 2 Kathryn 13 died shortly after The recent report submitted to the Indiana County Commission ers by the Indiana County Plan ning Commission is in fact a report to the people of the coun ty It shows much thought and preparation on the part of the Planning Commission and the Va District Turns Back School Clock Ike Eyes Progress In Talks WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower held open today the possibility that his mantoman talks with So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev beginning Tuesday may lead to a summit conference That could mean negotia findings are of Interest to all the FARMVILLE Va nf residents of the county Edward Couniy has quietly and f Disarmament the fu smoothiv tnrnM hart ture Germany and other county In order that everyone may smoothly turned back the clock report today on page 9 reaching a hospital Robert Szyszka about 12 the school patrol boy was standing near the crossing and was struck by fragments of the Zimmerman1 car Hospital attendants said the child suffered a broken leg and back injuries C fe Mrs Zimmerman was T HOPS to Sacred Heart Catholic School less than a block from the acci j W44 iiwi UtlC UlLnJK 1 J read the report as it was sub of American education private w lssues mitted to the commissioners the schools for white In a radioTVreoort to the na Gazette publishes their entire nothing at all for schoolage ition Thursday night Eisenhower Negroes j called on Khrushchev to come to There are very few in the counlWashin8ton with constructive ty today who feel the men behind ideas and suggestions that could the plan wont make it stick the basis for responsible at least for the coming school negotiation on the issues that di year jvide And he expressed care The eight private schools opened fully 8ufrded optimism about the in churches and private buildings toward Thursday for the j Says Belle preliminaries and formalities t Viet Union and the West RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil AP Regular classes get under way It my profound he declared that some real prog fUA ress will be forthcoming even o of the classrooms were 1 i j lis St Louis Railway depot says there is evidence excrowded There were no facilities g WOUd be So Md the heart of this southern Minne Pittsburgh financier Earle for physical education as to Predict such an dent scene A trial lawyer for the SeMonday The crossing is at the Minneappcurities and Exchange Commis his speech Bison that he does sota city 70 miles south of the wanted on charges of fraud and for Jwm Cities illegal business manipulations is shops and the science laboratories The freight struck the fall guy for bigger were not quite ready and hurled it 100 feet The Atty Edward C Jaegerman of This is just a car was rammed against a depot the commissions division of said J B Wall publisher and a standing freight car trades and exchanges has been in of the Farmville Herald and an1 TalksPage 4 Col 2 SCHOOL BUSTRAIN CRASH KILLS Workmen clear tracks at Oakland Maryland where a St LouisWashington B O crack passenger train hit a stalled school bus killing at least seven children and injuring 19 others NEA Telephoto Ike Veto Record Falls Bill t n n n c c ivjl Coo By WILLIAM F ARBOGAST WASHINGTON turned its attention today to relatively minor matters after its first vetovictory abaUr any President Eisenhower in his years in office ciple of basic American policy in li Soes back mto hlSh Sear Saturday in a final spurt for shakedown his search for new approaches to hopedfor adjournment next Monday just before the Wash cnnr o i j i i on the siding Governors ike May Talk On Strike NEW YORK AP President Eisenhower has indicated he about four nours discuss ways to end the steel But am nere for bi Brazil since last Saturday for conofficial of the Prince Edward tacts with Belle and two other School Foundation Well get Americans wanted on similar these tilings worked out Our big charges job right now is to start getting Belle is sought by federal auththese children orities in Pittsburgh on charges of There are 66 teachers under fraud in handling the Cornucopia contract the same number which Gold Mines and the Eastern Intaught in the white public schools j vestment and Development Corp last year Most of them are froYn Jaegerman said Thursday he the public school system Founda talked with Belle Wednesday night jtion officials are prepared to meet two victims of murder on all the requirements for accredithe desert nave been identified bigger game tation by the State Department through fingerprints as an es 1 caped convict and his girl friend Escaped Con Girl Victims Murder VICTORVILLE Calif AP strike with governors whose states tlian Earl said Jaegerof Education are hardest hit bv the lone walkiman He adcled that he questioned See Va 4 Col S I They were Patricia Hurley Skene 26 Los Angeles who had served a year in the Terminal Is land womens facility for a nar cotics violation and Richard L j Belle about persons with whom he The President sent a telegram dealt in Pittsburgh and out Thursday to Pennsylvania Gov David Lawrence suggesting he Belle who says he intends to return to Pittsburgh to face trial j Laos Battle ington arrival of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Two major matters and many lesser ones were disposed of Thursday I Both houses overrode A Je Qi bowers objections and passed t U b O U U U nally a money bill to finance flood control harbor and other public works projects In do ing so Congress upset the first Eisenhower veto of the 146 he has issued since 1953 About Laos Surplus Food Recipients To Recertify Indiana County Commissioners today announced that sittings will be conducted at various locations throughout the county for recer tification of surplus food recipi Suggestion Of Solons Rejected NEW YORK AP steel industry rejected today a suggestion that a factfind ing committee take part in settling the 59dayold nation wide steel strike R Conrad Cooper chief in dustry negotiator was asked about the possibility of creat ing such a board He repeated the industrys stand against any government intervention Republican Sens Jacob of New York and George D Aiken of Vermont suggested Thursday that the President set up a fact finding committee if the United Steelworkers Union and the 12 steel coinpanies involved lail jto settle iihe strike in a Such a factfinding ttowmittee they suggested could omnjendations for new contracts The industry consistently has favored open collective bargaining rather than government interven tion Fop the second consecutive day negotiations were scattered in dif ferent rooms of the Hotel Roose velt David J McDonald union pres ident Cooper and the other mem bers of the fourman toplevel negotiating teams conferred in one room Subcommittees met simultaneously in other rooms working on local issues in the unions dealings with the 12 com ents Other sittings in addition to The House completed congres TOKYO Communthose listed today wil1 be atv sional action on a thirdtry Million lists are talking peace through Bounced later dollar housing bill which the negotiations on two House has indicated Eisenhower IndiaChina border and will sign He had vetoed two earin Laos But the Reds are giving Nowlen 30 who escaped from a and other Iron Curtain countries Chino prison honor camp at Cedar Springs last Aug 9 He VIENTIANE Laos been serving a term for is might meet with the executive shortly has long insisted that he A 4 committee of the governors duped by someone else I ference j Jaegerman also plans to talk Lawrence and the governors of with Banjack Cage under a 10 light other states had requested year prison sentence in Texas fortian reportd at comi suing checks without sufficient such a session last week The an alleged insurance fraud andPlete standstill today and and forgery Police said he President told Lawrence j Lowell McAfee Birretl wanted in inS arrival of United Nations objhad a record of arrests in the Los It would appear to me that New York on charges involving servers was advanced as a possiAngeles area for drunk driv any meeting which I might million dollar alleged stock ble cause JinS kilnaping robbery and bad with governors would be more swindle v Not a snot has been fired productive if it was with your duly constituted executive Lawrence said Pennsylvanias labor secretary William L BattCt A A 1 imilicary oneimg session Maybe aesert community of oy sen Jr would meet Gov J UQy because United Nations obTheir bodies were found about 400 Her measures The Senate passed a bill which would make it easier for this country to extend aid to Poland seeking a measure of independ ence from Moscow But Sen See 4 Col 4 Urges Action On Coal Roads no indication of a readiness to make concessions Red Chinas parliamentary standing committee was called suddenly into session today to dis cuss the growing dispute with India along the Tibetan border This came after the Laotian rebels announced Wednesday they were ready to negotiate if the The schedule for next week 3s as follows Monday Sept 14 Heilwood at jthe Union Hall from to 12 noon and from 1 to 3 Tuesday Sept 15 Robinson at the from to 12 noon and at Armagh in the fire hall from 1 to 3 panies Effects of the buildjng up over the last 59 days heading for a crisis the next two to four weeks Hefty inventories accumulated during a record six months pro duction prior to the strike are be coming unbalanced Many small firms unnoticed because of size have quietly halted production See 4 Col 1 Eddie Liz Wednesday Sept 16 in Dilltownj I Kj Yftrlf HIP Hniico frmv Q M I I i I W TT I W F IV sires a peaceful Transit HARRISBURG acj leaving New York for Laos Satur A factfinding mission isto 3 Dm avMTm NJAw Vnrlr fnr T anc H4 at the Election House from to noon and at Brush Val jley in the county building from 1 Thursday Sept 17 in Graceton where in Laos in the past 24 Mrs Skene and Nowlen were tion in the states program to test day night in answer to an appeal fc t Information Minister Silast seen alive Monday use of a coal product as ajfor help from the royal nnfm anfl in jsouk Na Champassak said at a with two men in a grocery at the roadpaving material was urgedlment The rebels accuse jmilitary briefing session community of today by Sen William J of interfering in the i oggs of Delaware conference HARRISBURG resolu servers are arriving accused the internal affairs of Laos i yards off a highway north of Lane asked the state highways There was speculation here the to noon and in Blairsville at the Legion from 1 to 3 Friday Sept 18 in Black Lick at the Fire Hall from Earlier this week Laotian miliAdelanto Tuesday Both had been department to get something on Communist peace gestures might See 4 Col 5 hairman to discuss arrangements tauiu coiner uus ween uiouan mmmieiamu mesuay BOUI naa i for the executive committee to t10 the Joint state govtary sources said alleged invaders i shot in the back of the head the road and do something for un meet with the President ernment commission to make a from Communist North Viet Namj When definite identification had employed persons in Western In San Francisco Thursday Stud sch00 began withdrawing as soon as the been established Sheriff Frank He said the pro AFLCIO President George in the Senate began studying Laotian acBlfmd canceled a pickup order for posed use of the product would suBcested that Eisenhower DickiThursday cusations of Communist agthree brothers from Santa Maria be a an Imoartial fact finding board to Tlie resolution which now goes gression Calif The wife of one of the broth Gov Lawrence has signed a bill th to the House says that the general Cases help the ri ich sai ed July 15 Meany said the boards report could set public opinion in motion rtoward settlement The board it Ttelf Meany said need have no settlement powers Meany contended that invoking the TaftHartley law for an 80 day return to work would only complicate the situation The Presidents impatience with the pace of bargaining in the dis pute got some action Thursday from the industry and the union Negotiators scheduled their first jaturday meeting tomorrow the strike began assembly needs full facts about pupil transportation tonite Medoras Clymer by her Fritfx woman ers had bee tentatively identified authorizing the department to me mother as the deadcoal materials paving in experimental WASHINGTON AP Para NljiW YORK AP Eddie Fisher and his actress wife Eliz abetji Taylor arrived here today a combination honeymoon and business trip They brought jwith them Miss Taylors children two dogs and 59 pieces of 1 luggage The singer and his darkeyed bride arrived shortly before 8 C i it n am on a f8ht from Paris More in the Hall from 9 tojthan two hours later they deared a jtheiir last bag through customs The Commissioners added that Jin order to be eligible for the next j distribution surplus food recipi must be recertified on the jdays specified in their district No recertification will take to 12 noon and from i to 3 Saturday Sept 19 at Creekside and headed by limousine for the Dralfe Hotel in Manhattan Mjss Taylor compelted a mo tion picture Suddenly Last Sum in Europe during their Below Notional Average i i i i honeymoon trip and Fisher made polio cases apparently de place in the commissioners office BrjHsh TV ait week for the first timefor these districts until a date is in months There were 291 listedannounced later by the commisi Eagles Dance Saturday night Alcoholism Rate Lower Locally Fiscus Inhlospital Robert Fiscus an Indiana bank official who lives at 45 North 12th I Street is a medical patient in the West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh CdralGracrton Firemens picnic ivill be hejd Sunday September 13 1 Rustic Lodge 24x NEW YORK There are few er problem drinkers in Indiana County relatively than in most parts of the United States The local alcoholism rate is below average Such are the conclusions drawn from Government health figures and from research reports on the subject The present nationwide concern over the situation follows disclo sure by the National Council on Alcoholism that there are 000 men and women in the United States who are alcoholics These are sick people for whom drinking has become such a prob lem that it calls for medical psy chiatric and social help Few of them are in the skid row jFor the most part they are mar iried people living with their fami lies Their alcohol compulsion isi such however that it is gradually their home lives and their jobs Among residents of Indiana County it is indicated there are alcoholics equal to per1 population This takes into account all those who are called chronic excessive drinkers United States average of per and the rate of the Middle Atlantic States The figures include problem drinkers as a whole and are not limited to the socalled alcoholics with defined as al coholics who have recognizable physical or mental symptoms due to excessive This group constitutes about onefourth of the total The amount of alcoholism in any area it has been found is directly related to the number of deaths from cirrhosis of the liver Such The local rate is lower than the figures are issued annually by the Public Health Service Although there are peo ple in the United States who use alcoholic beverages for the great bulk of them it doesnt go beyond the bounds of social drinking For the others it is a disease that can ruin health and happiness if not recognized and treated early enough Latest figures on the use of dis tilled spirits reported in the Liq uor Handbook show that Pennsyl vania State residents are consum ing gallons per year on the average compared with gal lons per capita nationally by the states an apparent drop of sioners 43 cases from the revised total of S34 for the preceding week The Public Health Service anj nouncing the figures today cau tioned the drop may have resulted from incomplete reports from some states because of the Labor Day holiday The service said the figures do not necessarily repre sent a reversal of the summer trend which has shown a steadily increasing number of cases eaclij week as compared with last year i The years total for paralytic cases now stands at comj pared with in the similar 1958 period In 1955 the first year Salk polio vaccine became avail able there had been paralyi tic cases at this time Staggs 25xF Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON SAYSr Relations between Red China and Russia is discussed in the Drew Pearson column on editorial 8 NEW PIRATE The Pirates are playing the role of spoilers in thm race to ward the World Series See sports pages 16 and 17 Other Features AUddtns Limp Cburcb Xewi 1819 2021 I EcUtorUl Nolci Society SiwrU rv Ktdio i World M I Zenith and RCA transistor radios S H green stamps Rogers Jewelry tfx WEATHER Mostly sunny breezy and cool Clear and cool tonight Low in the lower 40s Saturday dry and a bit ;

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