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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newipapeir That Serves Every Member of the Family teflftw with a heart of fold has ft tough time keeping any of it in his pocket Volume 28 City EDITION ThirtytwoPages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday September 16 1959 Two Sections Seven NIKITA CONTINUES PEACE Expect Quick Shelving Of Red China UN Plea LINE Seating Question Faces Ban By MAX HARRELSON UNITED NATIONS N Y United States was expected to win quick ap proval today of a move to shelve for another year the question of seating Red China in the U N The U S proposal was slat ed for debate in the General Assemblys 21nation steering committee Although the outcome ap Certain the debate on the China question was watched with unusual inter est because of its possible bearing on the atmosphere of EastWest relations during the threemonth session The proceedings have added sig nificance because they come al most on the eve of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs speech be Ifore th assembly Friday after noon of thesteering committees Khrushchev was expected to put in a strong bid for his Peiping partners Indian Defense Minister V K Krishna Menon was leading the fight to have the Assembly act now on the China representation question The Indians insisted they Still felt Red China should be in See 12 Col 3 Belle Role In Conspiracy Said Minor REO de JANEIRO Brazil AP BINGS FIRST DAUGHTER Mary Frances Crosby who be came Bing Crosbys first daugh ter after five sons when she arrived in the world Monday night poses Tor her first pic ture yesterday in the arms of a nurse at Queen of Angels Hos pital Her mother is Crosbys second w i f e actress Karhy Grant AP wonder was little more than an employe with limited ac cess to records a Securities and Exchange Commission inves tigator says Atty Edward C Jaegerman commented after taking a long statement from Belle in Brazil Tuesday He said the statement would clear up the entire Cornu copia and Eastern Development cases Belle who fled to Brazil after his financial empire collapsed Expect Budget On Floor Soon HARRISBURG Senate Republican financial leader pre dicted today that Gov Lawrences budget would be sent to the floor for action about next Wednesday I think we will have it in shape by the middle of next said Sen George B Stevenson The GOP holds a 2822 majority in the Senate Stevenson headed a special Sen ate subcommittee which made a detailed study of Lawrences pro posed program The between 56 and 63 million dollars Verdict Given At p Trucker Not Guilty Of Manslaughter In Pair Of Road Deaths An Indiana County criminal court jury this afternoon acquitted Rufus L Lins 54yearold trucker from Milton of an involuntary manslaughter charge in connection with a dual highway tragedy May 6 The jury deliberated the case about three hours before returning its verdict Lins was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution The manslaughter charge Field Dedication Story On Video The advance story about In dianas dedication for Jimmy Stewart Field on Friday afternoon will be shown tomor row morning between 7 and 8 on Channel 2s program Pittsburghi A representative of the Jay cees one of the civsponsoring groups will appear oh KDKAtelevislon show to report on the many activities planned for the threeday Air Fair mark ing formal dedication of the field Jimmy will appear at the ded ication scheduled for Friday at the field at was an outgrowth to a Route 22 acci dent near Armagh in which two young Amagh men lost lives Killed in the accident were Ce cil Fry and Emit Burda They were riding in a visitors last night GUESTS WITH and Mrs Eisenhower pose with Soviet Premier the White House prior to a formal dinner in honor of the Russian AP Wirephoto More Better Turkeys Best SaysNikitja BELTSV1LLE Md viet Premier Nikita said that if AP So Khrushchev the Gives States and the Soviet Union would concentrate on growing more and Soviet Press Trip Top Coverage By GUSTAV SVENSSON MOSCOW Moscow newspapers told readers to Washingtons welcome to Premier Nikite Khrushchev National Press Club Address WASHINGTON viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev said today the main pur pose of his visit to this coun try is a sincere desire to im prove relations and bring about world peace In an address before the National Press Club Khrush chev repeated a statement he made upon his arrival that he came here with an open heart and good intentions Khrushchev spoke of a feeling of friendship for the United States Referring to President Eisen hower who will return Khru shchevs visit later this fall Khru shchev said Eisenhowers out standing qualities are highly eemed in the Soviet Khrushchev said it would be premature to try to predict the results of his visit here remark ng that even the weatherman has difficulty forecasting a day n advance But he added judging by his one day here the barometer seems He opened his address with a I better turkeys mankind would their better off be If we dont give a capitalist turkey and a Communist turkey a passport no one can tell the dif sports car that ference he In an exchange crashed into Lins truck A thirdiwitl1 Secretarv of Agriculture Ezonto the streets of Stories appearing in Pravda and Izvestia said the Soviet leader was greeted by friendly shouts and stormy ap plause from a smiling crowd so big there was not even place to drop an apple on the street Not even the end of World War II brought such a sea of people person inthe car escaped latt aeiisoji aetoi The carand truck crashed fls the huge agricultural The carand truck crashed as the rig was attempting a pass aether auto on they highway Defense attorneys for Lins were Parker Ruddock and Jofin Fisher both of Indiana from it The Stevenson committee is leading the campaign in the GOP caucus for cuts The Clinton Coun ty senator declined to comment on reports the Republicans were at NY Subway Power Loss Cuts Service NEW YORK AP A power failure shut down the entire BMT subway system for nearly an hour today at the start of the morning Dems Pass Soft Rule For Convention WASHINGTON AP The Democratic National Committee today adopted a rule designed to 1960 convention lessen chances tour ol search center here At the time the two were look ing over an exhibit of prize turkeys In jovial mood Khrushchev In vited Benson to take along your farmers and scientists when Benson visits the Soviet Union next month Benson expressed hope lie can talk with Soviet farmers on that trip as Khrushchev will be able when he visits the week from now Iowa of a Southern revolt against the convention nominees Surprisingly the action was tak en without debatje The rule is the same one adopted in the 1D56 convention It odds over made but what cuts added should be rush The citys serves thousands of passengers in i the state will have a chance provides that states in sending BMT subway one of the delegations to the convention three underground lines dertake to assure that voters We still have a long road ahead us Electricity was restored He also declined to say whether I the subway system at Manhattan Brooklyn and Queens ballot for The power failure occurred in a nees and Brooklyn generating plant at j named who are pledged formally un of to the convention nomi that electors will be Ule caucus had reached the half mark m lts budset slashes often been referred to as the tnouen as reached the midway point in the cussion Also affected were electric trol ley buses of the BMT in Brooklyn The Transit Authority which vens ion Meanwhile reports head of both Cornucopia and East ern He is under federal indict ment charged with frauc and con spiracy The main purpose in taking testimony from Belle Jaegerman said was to find the missing links that connect stock deals to reconcile slashes Stanley Younger who recently interests 5 arrested in Philadelphia by FBI Carl E Hennrich ir charge of the FBIs Philadelphia iffice said Younger 29yearold unemployed stock brokerage clerk was arrest ed after he allegedly tried to sell 15 stock certificates stolen in a robbery in Long Branch Belle said earlier he may re turn to the in September but meeting with Jaegerman at the Embassy in Brazil he in dicated he would not return this month Instead he said I will return when the time program during dis1 operates the subways said that a boiler went in its Kent Ave There are many things we will power plant in Brooklyn and fhal have to go back said Steit shut off all power as a pre caution persisted Thousands of persons were de Erect Stop Signs Slop signs have been erected on Station Avenue at Water Street diana Borough Police have re rted Vehicles are now required to stop on Station Avenue at Wat er Street Indiana Roller Rink public skat ing every Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday nights 28xMc 7fnith and RCA transistor radios S H green stamps Rogers Jewelry tfx that the GOP had run into trouble jlayed in getting to work Even with after power was restored trains were moving at reduced speeds to or in good conscience to the con vention candidates Democratic Chairman Paul M Butler proposed readoption of the 1956 rule and his plan was presented to the committee today by George F Rock Colorado member and seconded by Her man F Jessen of Wisconsin Butler than called for discus sion When no one rose to speak he put the plan to a voice vote and it carried with a few scat tered calls of to do farm area Earlier in greeting the Soviet visitor here Benson had saidcap italism helped American farmers develop agriculture unequaled anywhere in the Benson extolled the capitalist system of See 12 Col 6 Delay Food Distribution Indiana County Commissioners have received notification from the Department of Property and Supplies that there will be no distribution of surplus food in Indiana County until such time as a recertification of all sons eligible to receive the modities is completed The communication from the Commonwealth further stated that there shall be no distribu tion until authorization is grant ed by the state Therefore said commissioners there will be no distribution in Hellwood Robinson Armagh Dilltown and Brush Valley as previously announced said the Communist party organ About met the Soviet gttests people stood on rooftopsandbalconies and many climbed monuments or Pravda said that the leader of the great Soviet state comes with open heartand most noble inten The government newspa per Izvestia edited by Khru shchevs Soninlaw Alexi I Adz hubeu 35 who is traveling with him gave an even more enthusi astic account See 12 Col 3 HikelnSTG Fees HARRISBURG AP A week increase in state teachers college dormitory fees has been adopted by the House The money would be used to finance capital improvements and equipment pur Five Injured In Crash At Homer City HOMER CITY Five persons were injured early yeaterday af ternoon in a twocar crash on Rt 119 about onehalf mile north of Homer City Four of the injured persons were admitted to Indiana Hospi tal and are in satisfactory condi tion today They include Mrs Patricia Dias 20 Homer City RD 2 possible neck injuries Robin Dias 2 daughter of Mrs Dias fracture of the right leg Robin Hankinson 3 Homer City RD 2 fractured clavicle and Har old Buggey 35 Church Homer City driver of one of the cars head injuries Mrs Hazel Hankinson 43 Blairs ville other RD 1 driver of the car was given dispensary treat ment for lacerations of the leg According to State Police Mrs Hankinson attempted a left turn into the driveway of a service sta tion and pulled her car into the path of the oncoming Buggey car Damages were estimated at to the Hankinson car and to the Buggey auto bit of pleasantry He said he would like to remain here half a year so he could an swer all the questions But he said I have to return o Moscow to receive your es teemed President in our own H6 promised that in his speech I try to satisfy your cujie teQ you sometif the connected with my visit to will indeed be ray my of I would like you to be goct honest objective com my vfsit You will re port my speeches I beg you to re port everything I he told the newsmen If I do drop a verbal brick BOMB at Poe Elementary School Houston least six wheve a man set off a bomb outside the school yesterday At children people died in the blast at least two of which were Eighteen others were injuredy AP Wirephoto Postpone Music Concert The concertof Tlieodor Upp man Metropolitan Opera baritone scheduled for the Indiana State Teachers College Cultural Life Ser ies Thursday September 17 at in Fisher Auditorium has been postponed according to A E Drumhetler faculty chairman of the College Cultural Life Commit tee Due to conditions beyond the con trol of the College Cultural Life Committee it has been necessary to reschedule the Uppman con cert Mr Drumheller bald from September 17 to March 3 960 The new date will then be March 3 1960 for the Uppman concert Those interested are urged to note the change in dates chases at the 14 Page 12 Col 1 Vote on the measure night was 16923 It goes tothe Senate for further action At the same time the House approved a package of bills authorizing the State Council of Bldg Collapse Kills cation to set standards for school building Least 14 Meanwhile the administrations proposed new highway act went down to defeat on a party Italy AP A fivestory apartment building vote on the foundation of what The bill would give the secretary more jurisdiction over once a onestory garage lapsed here today killing at least on the state system It also persons permit the state to acquire land in advance for anticipated highway construction and would teams removed 15 injured and dug in the debris for dozens of other residents of the the secretary authority to condemn trees and structures on not accounted for Officials said 106 lived in the L property which obstructs vision upper floors were added The Democrats who have six months ago 108 two more than the required had too the weight was too much for the foundation The entire absentees to pass the bill on caved in party line is on the Adriatic coast Other bills passed by the 30 miles north of Bari and sent to the Senate Impose fines ranging from for malicious mischief Oakes Eliminate the job of district supeintendent in third class DPA Board districts employing fewer than AP Gov teachers appointed William J Eliminate the State Board Clymer Indiana County Public Assistances authority the Indiana County Board of pass on standards for Tuesday and asked for dental and surgical care for approval indigent the same time he asked for of Mrs Sue B And Eagles Party every Bedford as Justice of the Nte Wed for Bedford Twp Inside The BRAVES LOSE The Milwaukee Braves lost ground in the redhot National race yesterday when they bowed 87 to Los Angeles in a inning thriller Meanwhile San Francisco clobbered This and otjier sports on page 22 WHAT NIKITA SHOULD Columnist Drew Pearson says Nikita Khrushchev should with Harry Trumau and see how big industry in U S See page Qthejr Minot t EgUorUl 4 BpotU UMUledi 80W W SO Sepfcty W Wotl4 4 i TWR CoralGraceton Fire Co party fair and cold tonight with a chancs of frost in the mountains tonight near 4Q Thursday partly cloudy w4 cool High 5057 i   

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