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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Back sent drivers are bad but they dont irritate as many people some front seat drivers An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Volume 2S Fourteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday September 12 1959 Telephone HO City County EDITION i im rn Seven drift NOON ROCKET AP Wirephoto Opposition Heckles k i i A i Nehru About Border NEW DELHI India Minister Nehru was on heckled by opposition members in Parliament today charges of appeasing Red China in the border dispute LI r maay nient first necessince he was shunned by fellow wns irom authors for writing his novel Doctor In Surprise Moscow Visit MOSCOW AP Controversial poet Russian and novelist Boris Pasternak made a surprise public appearance Friday night first Nehru angrily accused the opposition of unrealistic brave gestures and rejected the suggestion to use force The flareup Geo Cohan Honored On Broadway Ni He attended a concert of the New York Philharmonic Orches tra cheered its musicians cried over the music and then emotion embraced and kissed Con NEW YORK M fCohan that Yankee is back on his beloved Broadway An eightfoot high bronze statue i of the grand old song and dance man actor and composer who died 17 years unveiled at midnight Friday in Duffy Square the heart of Times Square A crowd of persons in cluding such Broadway person CHl as George Jessel and Oscar struck kita Khrushchev appeared to be making SSJ8 ping and the Nehru government Pasternak whose Doctor Zhi to cool off their hot border disvago won him the 1958 Nobel pute which has been casting aPrize for Literature and caused shadow over his impending misihim to be denounced as a pie1 sion to the United States Nehru sharply rejected suggesunannounced by fellow Soviet writers showed DoodleUions that India withdraw previous The 69yearold author had lived eloved See 2 Col 6 in seclusion outside MncmW See 2 Col 6 Tragedy Hits Chester Man Twice In Day in seclusion outside Moscow many months after being awarded the prize he first accepted and then rejected novel has been banned in the Soviet Union It deals with the misery of a group of Russians in the last years the czars and the first years the Communist revolution of of Merits i Additional Study An Editorial The Indiana County Commissioners have within their power the possibility of giving Indiana County the fine courthouse facilities it needs for the future growth of the area This was revealed in the report submitted to the County Commissioners last week with suggestions for ex panding the county courthouse Although the Planning Commission report recom mends that a new building be erected on the site of the present courthouse they point out that the best proposal would be for the county and Indiana Borough officials to join in erecting a citycounty building on the site of the Pennsylvania Railroad north of Philadelphia St The Planning Commission in submitting its detailed report was handicapped in reaching a decision by the lack of information concerning the possibility of the city and county uniting in a building Not only is the erection of the new citycounty build ing on the railroad property feasible it will also make pos sible the solution to the lack of parking spaces in the boroughs business district and would assist in beautifying the county seat by eliminating the freight yards and haz ardous railroad crossings all at a savings to both levels of government A study of the report submitted to the County Com missioners clearly shows how this can be accomplished if the city and county cooperate in this building program that is mutually beneficial After considering the suggested location sites re modeling of the present structure and building a new structure the Planning Commission headed by Dr C J Potter Indiana reported the following 1 The present site of the courthouse is as conven ient a location for the seat of county government as any location in Indiana 2 Remodeling of the present building would cost as much as a new building x Only a new courthouse structure would provide See Joint 2 Col 4 LaosFighting Said Hard To Locate VIENTIANE Laos Laos Communist North Viet Nam is arming and training Red Pathet Lao rebels to rise up in the Asian kingdom Laura Lamar United Joint Indiana Win 1 Football made its official 1959 debut last night with seven Indl Kunkle Released From Hospital Alton Kunkle 21 248 Ridge Homer City was released today from the Indiana Hospital The Homer City man was ser iously injured in a onecar acci CHESTER Pa ruck twice within 45 minutes for pa i WU11VUJ uviu cia a lurmer employe or tne state i appeared m good ana County area high school teams I Homer City on Route 56 Kunkle Highways Edward Nitsche and told reporters he is was a 45 Minutes from Broad At his son Carl 0 of course Yankee On July 29 1936 Congress Veith wai a gold medal forjsanna at capacity he is writing a prose play about the emancipation of serfs in the mid19th century But it will be no more happy nor pleasing for me than my Pasternak said He said he had heard rumors of plans to publish Doctor Zhiv seeing action in the seasons inwas the operator of a car that former assistant superintendent of augurals Indiana Highs Little Indians sparked by Jim Nance made an auspicious start at Whburg where they scored a 209 victory Nance the Injuns 210pound full back scored two touchdowns one on a 43yard offtackle play while ran off the road and overturned aware of her sons death Shortly after learning of went to at Officiating at the unveiling were 011U1 Cohans son George M and wjfes death the four grandchildren Penny Wiljthe Chester Police Station to H tend the in kin and Michael Cohan Hazel 21 was held A band whooped it up over the bail for court charged with heri roaring Times Square traffic A husbands murder barber shop quartet in traditional The brief hearing was over white jackets with red when Veith arrived His daughter sang some of the songs that Cojmlaw who is expecting her third jjfan made famous child ran c TTIB ctutiid nnn her and said ago in the Soviet Union a little Dave McNaughton tal while ago but I do not believe the other on a 46 yard return of an intercepted pass He said no more about the novel Also the new season in or his present work He was tooistyle were Ule Wildcats of Laura nts concerned about the music he hadLamar High The Honie Citv Just heard passenger John H Krucsics 23 Homer today as head and face D ven nipped 76 in Ive never felt so close to theja garne on the latters aesthetic Pasternak ex results i claimed as he went to Bernsteinsilndiana 20 9 dressing room during intermisssPrinSdale 21 See 2 Col 3 field Three IJHS Gridders Hurt In Accident cnua ran cryin The statue which cost Veith embraced bears on its granite base the titles of songs Cohan wrote It was de signed and executed by sculptor Georg Lober The money for the statue was raised by the George M Cohan Memorial Committee I dont hold anything against Masons Notice Members of Benjamin Franklin Lodge No 753 F A and other Masons are requested to at tyind services for our late Brother Walter James Gilbert Sunday eve ning at oclock at the Hen derson Funeral Home in Johns town Elder R Lydic C C Dinsjnore Sec 25x Indiana Roller Rink will reopen today Mat 2 to 4 night to 25x The Weather Sunny and pleasant today and Sunday Clear and cool again to night Slightly wanner Sunday Freezing At Kane KANE Pa AP This tradi tfonal Western Pennsylvania cold spot today reported an over night low temperature of 32 de grees freezing Political Significance Attached To Launching With Nikita Visit Near i AP The Soviet Union fired another rocket toward the moon today and said it would help otxjn the way to interplanetary flights This new rocket was launched into space at 25162 m p h on the weekend before Premier Nikita Khrushchev makes his heralded visit to the United States The announcement of the new launching made no men tion or any passenger not even a dog such as previous Soviet officials should find it fairly easyjrockets had carried There had been Wes to convince observers that that the Soviets might launch a man into space To coindde 4li if It 1 it 9 with Khrushchevs arrival in the United States The United States fired a rocket carryinga 13pound satellite past But proving that North Vietthe into solar orbit last namese are actually fighting on March 2 It sent back clear radio Laotian in Vietnamese units or as leaders of rebel groups a difficult matter The an armory of captured weapons and a library of propaganda leaflets that can be traced to North Viet Nam The weapons include Chinese and Czechoslovak arms used by Red China and North Viet Nam They also have American made rifles and carbines the North Viet namese captured from the French in the Indochinese War Rebel activities follow the same pattern the North Vietnamese used against the French But so far as is known Laotian Temporary Blue Law Roadblock On Jan 2 the Soviets announced PHIIfELPHIA firing a lYzion satellite into orbit here and In Pittsburgh have around the sun It passed close placed what aPPears to be a tern to the moon Radio contact with roadblock against enforce it n rvf signals from more miles out in space and then went dead four days later Todays Soviet moon rocket was the Soviet Unions second attempt this first Soviet moon shot was lost at miles Todays launching had political significance here ment of Pennsylvanias recently The announcement electrified this nation which is preparing an enthusiastic sendoff for Premier Nikita Khrushchev who flies to the United States Tuesday for strengthened Blue Law forbidding great Sundav sales Three restraining orders issued Friday by U S District Courts ports But its various parts were crammed with Snstru among other the anc ments designed things to make magnetic fields studies o of earth v u A MA A VI LtfdJll JXUl dent last Sunday four miles from eta a former employe of the State fcjvr ivtv vto JO FWH tit Ull A MXsOVkU V J VJL defenders havent brought in a sinconversations with President Ei gle Vietnamese dead or alive senhower What were first described as two There was no living creature in North Vietnamese captured in the rocket according to first re northern Laos fighting were la ter identified as deserters who had See 2 Col 1 Neff Others Face Grand Jury Action BADEN State Sen Samuel G Neff and four oth er men were ordered held today for grand jury action on charges of extortion and conspiracy to commit extortion Justice of the Peace Frank Stor or of Baden ordered Neff and the other four held after reviewing testimony presented at a fourhour hearing Friday Others held are Robert Yoho former employe of the State Work mens Insurance Fund Leon Kol highways in Beaver County and Also injured in the accident was James Macry a political associate of Neffs Storar dismissed similar charg es against George Mazzant and 0 According to hospital officials he Paul Fessler both former state received serious injuries about the highways employes in Beaver u J J County The grand jury which will hear the cases is scheduled to convene Monday Neff and the other four are ac cused of collecting money from contractors who leased heavy equipment to the State Highways Dept moon Soviet scientists appeared confident the shoot will be cessful The announcement for which all Moscow Soviet radio pro See 2 Col 7 Alabama Gives Gov School Power MONTGOMERY Ala new bill in the Alabama Senate would give the governor unchal actually only protect the firms in volved in the litigations But pro secution under a statute attacked in court often ceases until its con stitutionality is determined Philadelphia officials said there would be no prosecution here un til the question is settled legally Judges werent sure whats a head One said judges couldnt comment becaus the cases might come before them Businessmen in Philadelphia Al legheny Lehigh Lebanon and In lenged power to close public schools and colleges to avoid racial integration Schools could be closed when the governor decides it necessary to prevent violence or public dis order or when life is endan gered The governor would also have the final word as to when the schools would open again and no court or other authority would have the right to review his deci sion Fines up to or jail terms up to six months would be pro vided for school officials violat ing the governors closing order Local school boards in Alabama already have authority to close schools faced with integration tougher Blue1 effectiveSunday The State Legislature has stif fened the fines in the 1794 law making them 25 to 50 times as high and adding possible jail sen tences The businessmen argued that See 2 Col 2 1 Racial Study Goal Of Civil Rights Group LOUISVILLE Ky studies ondiscrimination in hous ing voting and administration of justice are among goals of the Civil Rights Commission The proposed Investigations hinge upon Congress extending the life of the agency and doubling its budget Rufus Kuy kendall director of the commis sions Division of Plans Laws and Research said Friday He said problems of civil rights of Negroes are of prime concern because of their numbers but the commission would like to check complaints of other minority groups including SpanishAmeri cans and American Indians State Police report three Indi ana Joint High School football players were injured about 1 tliis morning when the car in which they were riding crashed into a cement abutment about the Gazette Accusation By Chairman Lawrence Denies Move To Unseat Paul Butler WASHINGTON AP David L Lawrence of vania denies that he has Southern democrats in a Gov the past The conflict between Butler Blairsville 0 Laura Lamar 7 Punxsy 6 Apollo 30 Saltsburg 13 United Joint 6 Shade 0 S Fayette 27 Elders Ridge 0 Shannock Valley 13 Brookville 0 a mile east of Indiana on Route Complete game results may be 1422 found in todays sports section of listed in satisfactory condi tion today in the Indiana Hospi tal is Charles J Sabatos 16 294 Olive St He received lacerations of the face Two others were treated and rei leased from the Indiana Hospital They are William H Spadafora 16 349 Douglass operator ofj the car and James Nance 16 Ini diana RD 3 i State Police from the Indiana substation report a fourth passen ger William Kuzneski 16 Indi ana RD 4 was not injured According to the State level to project segregation andour political the Spadafora vehicle headed east ursCUSSlOllS I Ann t jl joined Lawrence could reach a climax As a lawyer and if I were to I22 dropped try atnext Wednesday when the Naibe party chairman I would of the highway as Was about to Pass a car iox J uic jtaiue paiiy cnairman i won d con 77 Paul M Butler as chairtuonal Committee will meet heresider it not to be a matter sub as about to Dance tonite Club Savoy Music nia of the National Democratic Butler said that Lawrence hadiject to political debate or Doliticaltraveling in the same Cadets Sv1 Committee i M in an atlemnt in Eagles Staggs j Butler made the accusation FriUhe same Dance Saturday day night in a statement that suidiculated by Southerners claiming I mailed some committee members material being cir Indiana Roller Rink will reopen R But school segregation issue is infor the chairmans removal volved Lawrence a committeeman veteran for national I i today D Pa Mat 2 to 4 nipht xin tn oul m nirnwurg Law Mat i to 4 night replied js ridicukws ito suggest Uiat I the views in his statement denied affiliating I 0 This material Butler the Southerners in any at1 8 Lawi reproduces memos signed by himtempt to oust Butler Uama in 1954 Chairman Butler is obviously In one of the memos Butler he said It was he Sunday Special at Delhi said I do not consider the queswho was associated with tiiei dinner In fact he added it was Buti lion of segregation a political1 Southerners in Demcember 1954 4 ler um associated with1 issue I see no reason for any I when he was elected national Dance tomte Sat tjtx Southern committee menbers of our party at any See DavePage 2Col 1 direction In an attempt to get the car back on the highway it appar ently went out of control and ran the left side of the abutment Damage to the late model car was estimated at a couple of MOTHER SIX CHILDREN James Zimmeman of rural Waseca and all six of her children 2 to 13 died when their station wagon was hit a freight train at Waseca yestef at Delhi Turkey day Bociies some toe children lie in the rear of the car with two others on tha ground The machine was hit on the tracks at left then thrown over onto the siding at right and rammed against the loading dock and standing freight car The boxcar at left on which Dance tonite Sat Uie Zimmermans car as the children were being driven to school AJP Wirephoie I   

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