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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Jimmy Stewart Field Dedication Friday At 5 TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of tfie Family The younger generation picks tip things from he older genera tion and then get heck for it Volume 29 Twentyeight Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday September 17 1959 City EDITION YOUTJTKILLS SELF IN FUTiLEffRY Stewart Airfield Dedication Sec Photo on Page 12 t Indianas Jimmy Stewart in the presence of local and visiting dignitaries will wit ness tomorrow the formal dedication of the Indiana Expresses Peace Nikita Hits NYC On Second Leg Of Grand Tour Of US By WILLIAM L RYAN na NEW YORK S Khrushchev hit the big Counly airfield named in yi m bnsk weather expressing hope a honor always would shine on SovietAmerican relations Thousands of tristate resi1 j et special train from Washington dents are expected to be thlf Clty of teeming millions at a m on the sent during the dedication epochal tour of the United States weekend IT6 Tomorrows dedication at 5 ft V I fl A 1 n A p m marks the beginning a threeday celebration sored by the Indiana County Flying Club and the Indiana Jaycees In Full newspaper wire ser vice and television coverage will be given the dedication IPV Pennsylvania Station where the train arrived swarmed with police and security agents So did every other strategic spot on the fastpaced itinerary laid out for the head of world communism A crowd of more than was on hand outside the terminal wait PAMAVPPAT glimpse Of the bouncy ria AP visitor from Moscow The United States failed today j He was greeted by Richard C J u Pjt a satellite dei Patterson commissioner of the and Pittsburgh newssigned for experimenting with aPublic Events who is the citvs will have representa global navigation system i official greeter The welcome took lives at the ceremonies asi More than an hour after a threeplace in the terminals baggage well as film coverage by allsta8e launching vehicle lifted the room three Pittsburgh from CaPe Canaveral the1 At the WaldorfAstoria hotel stations and the Johnstown Defense Department in Washingfirst stop here several hundred TV station ton announced that the third stood on the sidewalk Lieutenant General Manuel apparently had failed to work more than an hour before the So Asensio Comprtoller General of announcement said vjet leader was scheduled to ar the Air Force and Joseph Slnce confirming data has notrive Thousands more people soon Tippets deputy director of the Burbeen received K must be assumedlined streets behind barricades cau of Facilities of the Federalitliat satellite did not go into Khrushchev expressed his hope Agency will both be sunny SovietAmerican weath ent to honor Jimmy Stewart him satellite riding on a combiner just before his special train self a reserve general in the ThorAble launcher liftedleft Washington at Force and to mark the official the Pad In hisluggage Khrushchev may opening of the local airfield j at The second stage have a surprise for the United Na In addition Carl Long of Pittsirocket enSine fired on schedule tions here He had announced in burgh national director of the Air The Advanced Research and Washington the Soviet Union was Force Association is scheduled to Administration had saidabout to propose something new be present for the ceremonies jfhat thenew navigation system if on disarmament And at the Local officials on the program I worked would be more accurateUnited Nations Secretary of tomorrow include Lewis L anv systems now available State Herter laid down on behalf representing the Indjana Chamber1 satellite was aimed at a of the United States a broad pro Commerce Indiana Countyllearlv circular orbit 400 milesgram designed to end EastWest Commissioner Dee Miller and earth If successful it tension through peaceful exchange Robert S Carson president of theiWi11 be tne first us satellite visiin the political military and eco Indiana Chamber of Commerce ble to tne naked eye gnomic fields William Jordan will serve as the Another ThorAble rocket placed in Washington President Eisen master of ceremonies Explorer VI the Paddle Wheel hower told his news conference he Music for Fridays program atsatelite into last had found Khrushchevs manner the county airfield will be provided ARPA emphasized that transitand deportment an indication the Cnn CMWAA 1T1 ROB LOCAL HOTEL M Trapped By Policemen Who Saw Holdup From Passing Police Cruiser A 19yearold college student trapped by police luring an armed robbery at Indiana kotel early today shot himself and died about an hour later in Indiana Hospital Dead from the selfinflitted pistol wound is Bertram Lynn Kaufman 600 Ferndk Johnstown Kaufman wearing an ank e wrap for a mask entered the hotel about 3 a m and assaulted night clerk John Gray 67 with demands to open the safe A police patrol making a routine check of borough streets saw the Johnstown man pistolwhipping the clerk cornered the youth in the hotel lobby by the Indiana Municipal Band un der the direction of George Pol lock j As a climax to tomorrows pro Sabre Jet interceptors from the 112th Fighter Squadron at the GreaterPittsburgh Airport will fly over the field at Other activities continue Satur day and Sunday afternoons ac cording to officials of the two sponsoring organizations See 4 Col 2 1st XI5 Flight Successful EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE Soviet Premier really was trying to reach agreement regarding in ternational problems At his first meeting with news men since Khrushchev arrived the President was asked if he noted any real evidence that the Soviet Union might have changed its position on international issues The President said it was a bit too early to go into detail or reach conclusions but Khrushchevs at n 1 j me rocket snip X15 uui s at Both days visitors will be able to svhich later this year may blast titude generally had been ex see a display of various types ofia man to the edge of space madeitremely friendly Eisenhower and small Aircraft flown here for first powered flight today Khrushchev meet again Sept 24 Air fair u skimmed for a 200 mph27 for more talks at the Presi In crop dusting dempius larding on a dry lake beddents CamP David retreat in onslrations and parachute jumping after 0 nimutes in jL a Maryland With veteran North American H e ter Davis Lbensburg an aircraft and equipment tion beginning at 11 early the energetic left the Presl TV i u u mi vuiciau iMurin American iviisMie uispiay by the United Aviation test pilot Scott Crossfieldjaoviei cmettam left the Presi present jaw limits the reimbursa the con t dents guest house and was drivenJ8ncts be inlble rental sinking fund to monJn oonnnito Union StaHnn m j chidecosts of a necessary sewage Ill CI11 OT and 10 me JL was cut aim unveil i uic rcltlal img only Chesfrom its B52 mother sTiip 38000lto Unio Station to board his sPeSC costs of a necessary sewage will conductfeet over this desert test centercial trai pulled out at as a reimbursable expensejj P l quipment aucat am and was due in New a bl11 the Senatu has ai 1 am The stubwinged 50foot blackiat Pm j proved and sent to the House j At the s on Sunday using more oowerful pn The world Commimkt measure passed unani Committee hntwpnn en Ieadeian mouslv Wednesday would HA lim tha powerful en The world Communist leader gines is expected to rocket more nounced in his major Washington n miles high at faster than speech that the Soviet Union in 4 Col 1 the Program For Jimmy Stewart Field Dedication I A FRIDAY AFTERNOON The National Municipal Band r George Pollock Director Master of J Jordan Introduction of Guests WDAD Lewis L McGill r i Indiana Chaniber of Commerce Dee Miller D Indiana County Commissioner Gen Manuel J Asensio n i Comptroller General U S Air Force Remarks Mr Joseph Tippets Deputy Bureau of Facilities Federal Aviation Agency Mr Carl Long National Director Air Force Association bxpression of Appreciation to Jimmy Stewart Mr Robert S Carson Dedication of Air Field ndianq Commtrct linal Band Number At P M the 112th Fighfer Squadron from Greater Pittsburgh Pa Airport will stage a Flyover using North American Sabr Jet SATURDAY and SUNDAY EVENTS AIRCRAFT AND EQUIPMENT AUCTION Confronted facetoface with Pa trolman Charles McAdoo and Ser geant Edgar Sullinger Kaufman turned the 22 caliber pistol to hip head and fired the fatal shot Admitted to Indiana Hospital a he was pronounced dead at McAdoo his 38 calibre revolve drawn warned the youth to droj his weaponbefore Kaufma triggired tohisfheai Injured in the scuffle that pre ceded the police arrival was Gray the night clerk He suffered a least two lacerations of the heati that required seven stitches Police are araotive for the lone bandit role which Kaufman was attempting to car ry out in the hotel lobby They said he had money fn his College authorise said Kaufman registered as a freshman here last Saturday anc was living at Mohawk House on the campus They described him as having an intelligence quotient that vas very adequate for college Kaufman a 1957 graduate of Greater Ferndale High School in Johnstown possessed an above average academic record was ex remely active in high school af fairs participated in school sports and graduated in the upper quar ter of his There is no apparent reason See 5 Col 1 Jury Clears Trucker Of Manslaughter An Indiana County criminal court jury yesterday acquitted Ru us L Lins 54yearold trucker v i x rom Milton of an involun approved and sent toj BARLETTA Italy manslaughter charge in con mtne tioor a proposal which would ter teams probing the rubble of a nection with a dual highway trag allow the superintendent of public collapsed fivestory apartment edy May 6 was almost certain to exceed three hours before return Thirty five bodies were rein8 its verdict j Lins was ordered to pay the costs Police said 68 persons were still jof P6secution i missing and believed trapped be manslaughter charge wa jneath the heap of shattered conian outgrowth to a Route 22 acci i crete and twisted steel Fifteen dent near Armagh in which two persons were injured Almost an young ArmaBh men lost their victims died in their beds PJ said i PISTOLWIELDING STORY Pthn McAdoo L and Chief Owens hear night clerk John Gray relate experience that led to college youths death Funds Approved AP School Present law limits the reimbursa 100 Deaths for purchase of land t01 of land and construction At the same time the Education Italy Bldg BERTRAM KAUFMAN motive a mystery PATROLMAN McADOO he warned him Saturday A M Mr Chester Davis Ebensburg Auctioneer IN THE AFTERNOON AIRCRAFT DISPLAYS AND DEMONSTRATIONS Piper by Scholter Aviation Fornaire by Earl Wilson Cessna by TerWcer WCeibey Piper by ero Service Beechcraft by Mr Forest Beckett Bellanca 260 by Edward Seiz CROP DUSTING DEMONSTRATION By the Steiner Aviation Co of Butler Penna PARACHUTE JUMPING Members of the Pittsburgh Parachute Club U S AIR FORCE Mace M1Ssile Display The Mace Missile has relaced the Matador as a weapon in the United States arsenal of Guided Missiles Fighter group based at Youngstown Ohio will stage a Flyover using North American F102 Super Sabre Jets FLYIN BREAKFAST Sunday A M To promote fellowship between those interested in flying and to introduce thorn lo Ihe new facilities in Indiana Dtgvided by the Jimmy Stewart Field i lives Kiltd the accident were Ce di Burda Among the were three 8TVed Defense forUnsvvere hel a Parker Ruddock g nee Uays f Indiana Tlu building originally was a one story garage Four stories Found Not fnlli were added in the last six monthsiUUMU INUI vJUNTy and most of the residents had just Benjamin Galentine of Marion moved in It was of modern dej Center was found not guilty yes sign with a marble decorated terday by an Indiana County Crim iront and garden balconies inal Court jury of charges of fail Most of the residents were ure to support a businessmen and city employes The prosecutrix and defendant famili1es AJ ordered to split the costs oi Ulticials u this Adriatic portthe prosecution Homer Shaffei city said the building crumbled of Brush Valley was foreman o because the foundation apparently the jury which came in late yes not Mrong enough to support terday afternoon This case endec ilw extra lour stories jthe currwii term of court SGT SULLINGER cornered the youth The Weather Fair and cool tonightFrost with low temperatures front 28 to 32 Friday sunny and con tinued cold Indiana Roller Rink Classified each day look in Eagles Party looitt Tours ttx   

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