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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Most kids starting college have fio idea what they want to be ecpt graduated An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family SrtbttUta t 33 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday September 22 1959 City EDITION SERVICES SET FOR CRASH VICTIMS NIKltA TIPS LONGSHOREMANS CAP TO HOST Nikita Khrushchev the Soviet leader visiting in the U tips long shoremans cap as he steps from car to be greeted by his host Tom Watson on arrival at International Business Machines company plant yesterday in San Jose Calif Watson is IBM president Khrushchev received the cap from longshoremen Dave Adrian when he visited the International Longshoremens and Warehousesmens Union With his receiving cap Khrush chev replied to Adrian take mine this is an exchange of peace at the ILWU headquarters on San Franciscos water fronti AP Wirepholo Gay Mellow Nikita Heads Toward Iowa Burned In Disaster That Killed Rescuer Still Serious In Hospital L fl n un4U n iu A McKeesport man remains in serious condition today in Indiana Hospital where he is being treated for injuries suffered in the rescue operations following Sundays air disaster here He is Ralph Murphy 49 who is being treated for burns about the body He was one of five persons in jured when the Piper Apache plane burst into flames af ter the bodies of five victims had been removed In fair condition in the hospital are George Imler 50 Indiana RD 3 and Michael Swanlek 40 Ern est Imler suffered a head injury and Swanlek sustained second and third degree burns of the arms and hands Two other persons received dis pensary treatment Sunday evening The community today is in a vir tual state of shock over the acci dent that claimed the lives of four prominent young Indiana men and a wellknown Dixonville coal com pany owner The crash left among other sur vivors 13 orphans Wives of two of the accident victims are reporedly See 2 Col 2 Erie Stockholders OK Merger NEW YORK Rail road and Delaware Lackawanna Western Railroad stockholders voted overwhelmingly in favor of a merger of the two railroajis at separate meetings today Erie stockholders quickly dis patched with the Indiana Hospital Nurse lights cigarette for injured Mike Swanlek Ernest Photo by Sipos AN FRATtfmcnn A i n wun ltle days business SAN FRANCISCO AP A gay and mellow Nikitalvoting to in favor Khrushchev headed for Iowas tall com fields today after of the merger But the pleading tor peace and friendship in this city which gavel awanna meeting dragged on for K I C 1 H1111 n i c M T J A1 i it 1 IT I V M f emu AAiciiucxnijj ill tlllo ClLy WI him his warmest welcome yet in the United States The Soviet Premier professed himself no longer mad at slon ttvubiaifM t several hours with heated discus 11 lei 14 ti t even Mayor Norris Poulson of Los Angeles He roughly and publicly Saturday night with Poulson Senate SOP In Heavy Cut Of Budget HARR1SBURG Wi Senate The final Lackawanna vote was in favor of the merger and against It was neces in Los Angeles T saiy to have Lackawanna In his farewell to the West Coast votes in favor of the proposal where he spent three days Next move in the merger plan Khrushchev said he would like to Wl be meetings of various bond holders of the Lackawanna Rail road They must approve supple help build a society in which all men would be brothers He reit erated a plea for total ment He said he seeks Ibro An improvement in Indiana Boroughs water supply is assured as a result of a meeting held last night between Uymer Water Company officials and members of the borough council chamber of commerce and the local fire company The meeting was scheduled at the request of borough council officials and dealt with many problems concerned with the local water supply Chief accomplishment of the discussions was a pledge bv T 44 A i j 1 M rf Ul INC indentures providing for j group last night certain modifications under which SUCh bonds were issued These Republicans early today wielded j equality and no enmity Pa 58milliondollar ax on Gov Law You may not agree with rences proposed budiDut we are guided by noble as vum get for 195961 jpirations in our struggle for wi nold hearings on the The GOPcontrolled Senate Apimunism and we are going tojProPOsal at Buffalo starting Sept liro i n comnlpfpi cie Jssuea inese complete meetings wil be at various times this month TheT Interstate Commerce Com propriations Committee will tllis struggle not by the force of arms our See 2 Col 3 Wedneaday to formalize the cuts Democrats were expected to op pose them as too extensive Their budgetreducing figure was 19 mil lion dollars Sen James S Berger GOP floor leader said Democratic and Re publican floor leaders of both the House and the Senate would meet during the day to discuss the bud get revisions If we can reach an agreement with the Democrats even before the bill is placed befon the Sen ate so much the he told news conference Senate Republicans broke up a hour party caucus after mid in reaching the budget slashing figure Berger held a news conference immediately and announced With these cuts the budget will be within very narrow limits bal He said the spending request of the Public Instruction Department was reduced by 17 million dollars largest cut in the Lawrence Other GOPapproved slashes in cluded iy2 million dollars in the 10milliondollar industrial devel opment program all of the asked for Philadelphia Gen eral Hospital and other health ser vices in Philadelphia and more than 5 million dollars in the 10 millions requested for slum clear ance Berger declined to specify other revisions pending completion of Housepassed Indiana Woman Fair Winner TRENTON AP Mrs James Frampton of Indiana Pa won first prize Monday for table cloths in domestic arts competi tion at the New Jersey Fair During the discussion one Lack awanna stockholder predicted the Chairman of Planning Unit wui 13111 s Steiner Wcis elected T tj uy chairman of the Indiana Borough Patterson assistant division manager for the American Planning Commission at the firstjWater Works owner of the Clymer Water Service that a meeting of the newly appointed stand PiPe will be completed in the West End of Indiana by ernnn niohr June of next year which will enable the satisfactory comple Attorney Thomas Barbor was elected to serve as secretary of the fivemember board Other members of the group are Ralph McCreary Joseph on and Thomas Malcolm second Monday of the month was selected as the regular meet ing night At the initial meeting last night water service improvement program Three Plead Guilty In Court Here the committee discussed the scope proposal would wind up in the courts It definitely said Albert Fried another stockholder decided Patterson suggested the follow ing time schedule for completion of the program Erection of the stand pipe ac jtually a steel tank 70 feet in dia I meter and 18 feet deep completed by June of 1960 Burial On Wednesday For Stahura Brothers Thursday For Other 3 Funeral arrangements for the five victims of Sundays Home3 W6re announced today Sutila Funeral Sutilas is handling arrangements for all five Services will be held Wednesday morning at 1000 a m for Andrew and Edward Stahura Thursday morning 9 a m for Blame Johnson Thursday morning at am 2p m for Storm Gracie Develops In Bahamas Is MIAMI Fla AP A tropical storm boiled up in the Bahama Islands today 475 miles east naa UIMH juiy so laze of Miami A Weather He was a resident of 390 Locust Bureau advisory said the future The Stahura brothers were sons of Andrew J Stahura Indil ana Their mother Mary Tate Sta hura preceded them in death Both were lifelong residents of Indiana and members of St Ber nard Roman Catholic Church Andrew was manager of the Handy Andy Supermarket while Edward was employed by rvin McKelvy Coal Preparation Co Andrew was born July 26 1926 St He was a member of the In diana Junior Chamber of Com merce Survivors include his wife Inez McGreevy Stahura two sons An drew and John and two daughters Mary Ann and Nancy all at home He is also survived by 2 brothers Richard Indiana and James B Cleveland movement of the storm is rather indefinite Storm Gracie developed out of an easterly wave which had been moving westward toward southeast coast of Florida Weather Bureau said now ap pears to be drifting slowly north the The ward A hurricane hunter plane found Friends are being received atiwinds UP to miles an hour the Sutila Funeral Home A re quiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday morning at 10 with Rev Father James Brady the celebrant Burial will follow in St Ber nards Cemetery Rosary will be said Tuesday tonight at 8 by the K of C and CDA Edward Stahura yasiV He was Bernards ndiana Junior Chamber of Commerce He attended West Point and graduat ed at Kansas State Umverjjfty Survivors include his Pat to ricia Ann Collins Stahura V two sons Douglas J and Daniel Pat rick both at home and two bro thers Richard Indiana and James B Cleveland At Kansas State he was com missioned as a second lieutenant n the Reserve Officers Training Corps He joined the Air orce in Big Spring and ater became a pilot in Tampa as a first lieutenant He en tered the service in 1954 and was discharged in 1956 His wife is a native of Amster dam Edward and his wife were married in 1953 Edward Stahura was also pro minent throughout the district as be i one of Indiana Highs most out uy juuc ui iuou standing football players He also Upon completion of this stand i footba11 as a cadet at West pipe which will have a capacity of Point and at State Members of Indiana Fire Com 1 hey to contact the Pennsyvania Department of Com e om pany meet this evening at Firemerce for concerning Hall to pay our respects to the late A J Stahura Jr 33X Handy Andy Super Mkt closed all day Wednesday 33X tle of a planning group expressed intentions to con tact professional planners from various levels of government for additional advice JJS to the appropriation bills He said the senate would See 2 Col go On E and H Ike Signs Bill Increasing Interest On U S Bonds Two men received sentences af pleading guilty Monday to gallons of water it will be charges against them before Indi Eisenhower permitting ment on H issues if he today signed a billmade it emphatically clear thatthe E and higher interest payj he will try again when Congress finds it in the national interest bonds SaVin8S back In so But appl es fhe SS bonds Simultaneous he aphe made ready to sign the bobcent limit on iol h I en ay go proved Treasury plans to raise tailed bill Eisenhower told his the rate by onehalf per cent news conference Sept 17 that he rp 1 j ii M vitvv 11 at lie Ihe limited authority to in hopes the new session will feel hislthe rp J O UCll Ihe Treasury has announced URD 3 the rate to 3 will ana County Judge Edwin M Clark Charles Hughes 23 Monaca RD 1 pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing axles and wheels from tractors and other farm equipment on the John Renninger farm Cly mer RD 2 Value of the equipment reported ly taken on Sept 10 1959 was es timated at It appearing to the court that the goods have been returned j Hughes was placed on two years I probation on payment of the costs of prosecution and that he be a lawabiding citizen Walter B Clawson 12 Jefferson Clymer pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a motor ve hicle after the suspension of his operators privilege He was ordered to pay the costs prosecution a fine of and 90 days in the Indiana Coun Geisel 20 Shelocta guilty to a1 used as a temproary storage fa Funeral same as arrangements those stated are for the his a uai y oLUl mo cility to permit the drainage of thebrother Andrew with the excep present reservoir so that it may be tio tnat burial wil be made cleaned out One borough official estimated that silt on the bottom of the res ervoir has cut its gallon capacity approximately in half thereby robbing the community of a satisfactory water reserve See 2 Col 5 of Koreon Bonus Applications Set HARRISBURG AP Applica tions for the Korean veterans bo nus from the state will be avail able on Oct 1 Gov Lawrence said today Applications will be available through veterans organizations and county directors of veterans affairs Friday in Amsterdam N Y Joseph Ricupero was born May 4 1931 in Indiana He was a son of Tony and Emma Novosel Ricup m squalls near the storm center After weeks of heavy rains south Floridais in poor shape to withstand the deluges that some times come with tropical storms They could cause severe flooding Gracie was centered 125 miles southeast of the island of San Salvador A in size and during the day were warned the alert Stormy I been reported around the coast of south Florida before the storm developed One commercial fisherman was lost overboard and seven amateur anglers were missing in the Gulf of Mexico Fifteen planes and four surface vessels joined in a search one of the biggest of the year The hunt was hampered by 25mile winds and 6foot swells The 54foot fishing boat Echo reported that a crewman fell overboard as the boat was being towed by the Coast Guard cutter Juniper The mans not given name was Temporary Bible Reading Given Okay PHILADELPHIA U S Circuit Court of Appeals today Save temporary permission for the reading of the Bible and the recitation of the Lords Prayer in Pennsylvanias public schools The permission was granted pending a Supreme Court ruling a ouuieme vAun runno1 ero and was manager of Rustic on an appeal from a decision fit the school Bible reading is uncon Lodge A lifelong resident of Indiana sUtutionaT he was a member of St Bernard Roman Catholic Church and the local chapter of the Knights optional Columbus He was also a member of the Indiana Junior Chamber of i That A special threejudge federal Commerce Survivors include his parents his wife Mrs Betsy Doerr Ricu pero three sons Joseph P Daniel K and Charles William and one daughter home court last week held unconstitu Section 1516 of Pennsylva Public School Act of 1949 section provides for the reading of at least 10 verses of the Bible without comment at the openingof each days school ses sion Also surviving him is his sister Mrs Richard Roseann Lubold of Indiana See Set 2 Col 1 n Meanwhile in Harrisburg a bill Sharon all at to make Bible reading in public schools optional was introduced Delmont H cent The hher government crease the return on the E and the heat of truth and pass H issues was as far as Conproposal He called the tractfvV andTs gress would go toward do it this year one of the most the high rate of turn ins Eisenhowers insistent request forserious things that has happened complete removal of the ceilingto the United States in my The administration contention is that the limit on interest rates after of now 44 per all longterm government issues In signing the bill Eisenhower said In approving the recommenda Handy Andy Super all day Wednesday Mkt tions of the secretary Treasury for a rate of closed icent l stated of 3 the per Tomorrows lam Session Brown Hotel postponed 33x my there is no better i way of saving no more effective wav of strenetheninp nnr at i way of strengthening our power 33x1 for peace than to own j States savings bonds Homer City Legion Party toj To buy these bonds is to cx ght JO midgets Early Bird faith in puts the government out of com petition with longterm borrowers who will pay more and forces the Treasury into inflationary short term financing There is no limit on the The the 1 on holders or sentencing in two weeks He was charged with entering expects to make the honie of Ralph Be strong where he bonds already outstanding jtook a bank containing andi Ihere six bottles of savings bond Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says today that the tour Heavy Cabot Lodge is having with Khrushchev may put him in the presidential race Sue page 6 m some 40 million E bonds s less than face value and matur within a stated period so as rate to return a set interest rate bought at Nehru OKs Studv r TEHRAN Iran AP Nehru of India for borrowings of up to five years bonds are bought at face value day Nikita Khrushchevs total maturity Shortterm Treasuryand pay interest periodically on armament plan deserves e bills have the same inflationary that amount Prime said to PIRATES LOSE TO Pirates lose to Braves as Eddie Mathews hits one over the field roof See sports pages 10 and 11 Other Features in the House today Rep Edwin D Eshleman a cosponsor said it was hoped the measure would meet federal court objections to such readings by leaving it up to the individual teachers discre tion The present state law makes bi ble reading mandatory in the pub lic schools Lamp Minor Unitedj effect as new money by creating additional credit periodically on armament plan deserves every consideration Nehru is winding IMS IM 3 CrvMKortia Editorial Hospital Nates Oblluirlrs 14 8 Society Spurts TVIUdio World 4 1011 1 J The H4 per cent limit on longup a fourday visit to Iran marketable bonds has The legislation Eisenhower in effed since the Woodrow Wil Tomorrows Jam Session signed permits him to disregardson administration Brown Hotel postponed at Cuiuki lM3 Obituaries t Hurld TuiUy WEATHER Fair and warm tonight Low til to 66 Wednesday mostly cloudy and warm with scattered mostly in the after noon and evening Dick Powell In Hospital SANTA MONICA Calif June Allyson said today her hus band actorproducer Dick Powell entered St Johns Hospital Mon day in an exhausted condition Dick had a bad cold and simply is worn out from she told a reporter Dr John Shary thought he would be belter off in the Tomorrows Jam Session Browa Hold postponed ft   

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