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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Sure prices Ate Mgfc fat i family tifcVfer really costs much as its worth Volumd 30 City EDITION Twenty Pages Friday September I8 1959 Two Sections Seven CanH NIKITA VISITS ROOSEVELTS Hope Fades For Miners Trapped In Pits FortySix Caught In Scotland KIRKINTILLOCH Scot land miners trapped today in a fiery pit nearly a quarter of a mile under ground Hope of saving them faded rapidly One man staggered from the inferno to safety Rescuers dragged out a dead miner He had been suf focated w Scores of wives daughters and sisters of the men crowded nearj the mine opening Time and again they saw fire men and rescue teams beaten back by the heat and the acrid fumes It will be a miracle if they are gasped one of the vol unteers The fumesare terri The mine one of Britains na wionalized collieries is located within 10 miles of Glasgow This morning an electric ex haust fan burst into flame spreading fire to the timbered props and girders As the flames ate through the See 2 Col 1 CARL LONG JOSEPH TIPPETS DEDICATION Long national director of the Air Force Association and Joseph Tippets deputy director of the Bureau of Facilities of the Federal Aviation Agency are two of the principal speakers at todays dedication ceremonies of the Jimmy Stewart Airfield The program begins at 5 p today at the county airfield about a mile north east of Indiana off Route 80 New British Plan Said Better UNITED NATIONS AP Britains new disarmament plan seems to drop some of the conditions that have hampered EastWest agreement in the past British Foreign Secretary Sel jvyn Lloyd presented it to the General Assembly Thurs day thus getting in ahead of So viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev who promised to present a Soviet plan during his appearance be fore the Assembly today Lloyd who spoke in the As Bemblys general policy debate was the first bigpower to lay down a plan for discussion in new disarmament talks to start in an evenly balanced EastWest com in Geneva early next year He proposed disarmament in first agreement to stop nuclear tests and technical study conference on other partic ular problems second a gradual cutback in conventional arms and manpower and a cutoff in produc tion of fissionable material for and third comprehen sive disarmament by all powers under effective internation Observers of years of fruitless disarmament negotiations saw these new elements in Lloyds plan He did not say the second stage should be carried out only if there has been progress to ward the solution of political is He did not say the nuclear Cwers would be free to resume sting after 24 if in that time there had not been satisfac tory progress toward setting up an inspection system to police a production cutoff Such conditions were laid down in the last official Western dis armament plan put before the iiven a t i o n Disarmament Subcommittee in London Aug 27 See Page 2 Col 5 CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Vanguard III jatellite soared into orbit today and revived sagging U S prestige uvthe space exploration field The 100pound satellite was boosted aloft by the last of he Vanguard rockets The Vanguard once the scapegoat br American space failures thus ended its hard luck history on a triumphant note The success followed two traight American space Just 14 hours before a rocket fizzled in an attempt to place a 265 pound navigation satellite in orbit On Wednesday Eagle Dance Sept 19 Stardust Quintet 31x Zenith and RCA transistor radios S H green stamps Jewelry tfx Large potatoes 50 pound bag 99c Shortys Fruit Market 30xS Vanguard III Fires Satellite Into Orbit Conductor Killed In Car Fall veteran railroad conductor was killed yesterday in an accident on Pennsylvania Railroads majn line west of New Florence Joseph F Despot 60 Al toona died instantly when he was knocked off the top of the 47th car in a 77car freight rain Railroad officials said Des pot apparently struck his skull on a girder of a steel bridge They said there is no reason for his being on top of the train The train was backing up at the time of the accident A railroad spokesman said the train was prob ably waiting for clearance Despot died of a according to Deputy Indiana Coun ty Coroner Michael Hallow Blairs yille Hallow said no inquest is planned An investigation is being con ducted by Costello of the PRR Policeunit in Johnstown and other railroad officials Pays Brief HomageTo HOW THE SIGNS BROKE OUTThese were among the signs displayed along New Yorks 42nd Street yesterday near the Commodore hotel where Soviet Premier Khrushchev was having lunch AP Wirephoto Bridge Contract For Butler Bypass HARR1SBURG AP A con tract to design bridges for the a Jupiter missile carrying mice western half of the Butler bypass and frogs on a space flight ex feet above its launch ing The flops came while So viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was awarded Thursday by High ways Secretary Park H Martin Brookhart and Tyo Harrisburg consultant engineers received the contract to design four visited this country basking ingrade separation bridges and two the limelight of Sundays successdrainage structures ful Soviet moon strike The satellite was the third put up in 11 tries by the Vanguard It includes the 50pound payload and the 50pound thirdstage roc ket which remained attached Its job was to measure the earths magnetic field solar X rays micrometeorite bombard ment and temperatures inside and outside the satellite Shaped like an ice cream cone Vanguard III is made of magnes See Col 3 Saturday Session of Cinders Trial HARRISBURG Satur day court session has been or dered by Dauphin County Judge Homer L Kreider to speed the trial of two Westmoreland County men accused of cheating the State Highways Department in cinders transactions The prosecution spent Thursday the trials third day introducing Highways Department records On trial are Frank J Petrosky a Greensburg cinders contractor The bypass will carry 422 and Earl J Broker of Irwin a around the center of the city former Highways Department su pervisor They are accused of conspiring to cheat the Common wealth of in cinders trans Continue Fight Against Rebels JAKARTA Indonesia AP The Indonesian armys chief in formation officer said today the army will continue its present policy of crushing rebel elements in various parts of the country actions in 1957 In another development Kreid er named alternate juror Ray mond F Hippie Harrisburg to head the jury of seven men and five women The old foreman George W Leonard Middletown was excused from further duty cause of illness Recover 53 BodiesJrt r Italian Bldg BARLETTA Italy AP The toll of recovered dead in this port citys apartment house disaster reached 53 today Squads of men and bulldozers continued to probe the rubble of a fivestory building that col lapsed Wednesday Rain hampered their grim task Originally police said 118 per sons were in the building when it caved in Thirteen lived through it Thursday night Mayor Michele Palmitessa said a recheck showed about 72 were in the building at the time of the dis aster The state prosecutor is ques tioning builders The building had once been a onestory garage The four stories of apartments were add ed several months ago City offi cials believed the foundations were too weak for the additional load Italian newspapers carried edi torials urging enactment of stif fer building codes and more thor ough inspections UN Ready For lk f V1 IF By Nikita NEW YORK great SovietAmerican travel ing debate moves today to the stage ofthe United Nation Assembly with Nikita Khrushchev already showing signs ne of testiness reported ready to spring a Soviet surprise The Soviet Premier after three full and rugged days of speaking and touring lost his tempermomentarily in public Thursday night But he quickly recovered his usual ExPrexy HYDE PARK N Y AP Premier Nikita Khrushchev made a brief 57 minute tour today of the late resident Franklin D Roose elts estate here on a pil grimage to visit the grave of he Soviet Unions strong wartime ally The widow Eleanor Roose velt was standing in a light rain outside the plot where ler husband is buried when Khrushchevs limousine pull id up After Khrushchev accompanied by his wife Nina had laid a wreath of roses on the grave rtrs Roosevelt tucked Mrs Khrushchevs arm in hers and conducted the couple on a quick our of the Roosevelt ancestral lome the memorial library where mementoes of the Roosevelt ca are stored and ended up with i brief stop at Mrs Roosevelts cottage about four miles away Khrushchev didnt even have ime for the cup of coffee that See 2 Col 1 ReCertify Recipients Of Surplus Indiana County Commissioners today announced sittings for the recertification of surplus food re cipients in many areas of the 4 seccffflfsweek of that liTust be completed before surplus food cap be distributed to Indiana County residents On Monday Sept 21 Homer City residents will reregister at the fire hall between and noon and1 and 3 Of Clarksburg Mclntyre Noway aplomb His appearance before the will be the highlight of another busy day It is generally expected he will make some new surprise announcement regarding disarma ment Already he has promised a Soviet proposal on the subject Khrushchev has centered much GM Holds Price Line On60 Cars DETROIT AP General Mo tors Corp is holding the 1959 his attention in the Communisti Thursday morning between price line on all its 1960 regular Western debate on the idea that and surplus food registrars town Aultman and West leban on will be recertified at Zigs Place in Clarksburg between 9 am and noon and 1 and 3 on Tuesday Sept 22 Plumville residents are schedul ed to be recertified between and noon on Wednesday Sept 23 at the election house and in the afternoon Marion Center ar ea residents will be recertified in the Marion Center fire hall be tween 1 and 3 passenger car models the Soviet system inevitably will The corporation announced the Western way It day factory list prices on its five models Chevrolet Buick Olds mobile Cadillac and Pontiac will not be increased over 1959 GMs announcement followed earlier reports that all of the auto was in a questionandanswer dis cussion of the two systems that the stocky 5foot5 Russian sud denly snapped back at hi audience He even threatened to walk out St Bernards Bazaar Sun Food games and fun for children and adults 31x ndustrys Big Three GM the Waldorf Astoria Hotels nd Chrysler would hold the grand ballroom where he was ad dressing the New York Economic Club His audience was made up Indiana Roller Rink Look in Classified each day 30x 959 price line Ford and Chrysler have yet to announce their 1960 model prices Wards Reports a trade publi cation said Thursday a holding of he price line of last year would tions with the same show of e the car industrys answer to joviality he had displayed earlier the day Then a guest asked him Why if he was so intent rice of the car as delivered to upon mutual SovietAmerican un derstanding were not the Soviet people allowed to listen to he dealer It does not include dealer charges or taxes GM recently announced its price for its new compact Cor vair model It is around be ow that of the lowest priced Chevrolet to for top Cadil ac luxury car ROCKET SHIP ENDS FIRST VOWERED FLIGHT The X 15 rocket ship in which the Air Force hopes to send a man to the fringe of space possibly later this year skids to a landing at Edwards Air Force Base yesterday at the end of its first powered flight Its pilot Scott Crossfield reported it performed beautifully as it passed a major milestone in its development AP Wirephoto of about of the countrys top industrial and business leaders He had been answering ques nflation The factory list price is the Feisal Said III DAMASCUS Syria AP irown Prince Amir Feisal of Saudi Arabia is to leave his coun try shortly for medical treatment in the United States the Damas cus daily Al Ayyam reported to day It did not specify Feisals illness at the United Mine Workers hall broadcasts Why werent See 2 Col 2 can newspapers and periodicals allowed to circulate freely Why Minister 64 were American newsmens dis patches censored Ottawa AP Prime Minister Khrushchev parried He and John Diefenbaker observed his President Eisenhower had agreed 64th birthday today at work Come to the Kiddies Day Circus at Douds in Plumville Pa 12 noon to 8 Saturday Sept 19 Live performing elephants trained dogs clowns merry go rourid free souvenirs lollipops many other attractions All Free Large potatoes 50 pound bag 99c Shortys Fruit Market 30xS Spaghetti Supper Delhi Sat Special Dance tonite Medoras Clymer Frirtfx will be at the county building in Rossiter for residents of that ar ea Rochester Mills and Covode residents will be recertified for surplus food at the Wolfgang rest dence in Rochester Mills Thurs day between 1 and 3 On Friday Sept 25 Glen Camp bell Gipsy and Banks Township residents will report to the fire hall in Glen Campbell between and noon and 1 and 3 Monday Sept 28 recertifica tion will be made for residents of Starford Commodore and Dixon ville in the Starford county i build ing between and noon and 1 and 3 Tuesday Sept 29 the recerti will take place in their discussions would not involve See 2 Cpl 2 Fish N Chips Dinner Catholic Center tonite 57 30x Inside The Gazette BOYLE Hal Boyle allows daughter Tracy to write his column today See editorial page 6 UNITED JOINT Ferndale defeated United Joint yesterday Read about this game and other sports on pages 14 and 15 Other Features Mirror S Church News 45 17 U Editorial Hospital 18 1 lt19 XVlUdW WEATHER Partly cloudy and cooi Clear and cold tonight witb tyred frost and continued coot Low Umight 28 to 33   

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