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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Most of us get tip in the morn Ing these days just rarin to go right back to bed Volume 34 City Twentyeight Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday September 23 1959 EDITION Two Sections Seven IKE URGES STEEL STRIKE ACTION 1st in 40 GoGo Sox FinallyWin AL Pennant CHICAGO reacted to the White Sox League pennant victory as doting parents would to the longawaited marriage of a spinster daughter For years they had questioned is this the one White Sox had waited 40 years Then came the long wait at the church as the wedding party awaited the ceremony The White Sox clincher had fans here breathless in the ninth inning with one out and the bases loaded until relief pitcher Gerry Staley came in threw one ball and Clevelands Vic Power ended the game by hitting into a double play Minutes after the White Sox de feated Cleveland 42 in Cleveland Tuesday night the noise began In Cook County jail prisoners who had been permitted to listen on a radio broadcast began bang ing with tin cups on cells bars Automobiles loaded with shout BankTheft Plot Foiled CLEVELAND Ohm AP AI jng citizenry streamed downtown lantastic bank robbery plot was At State and Madison streets thwarted today by a police siegejdowntown called the worlds al the bank branch where thebusiest corner an immense manager was being held The traffic jam developed holdup man died apparently by At about an hour UMOW Jiand afler the iame nad the What happened to a woman Chicago fire department and city who helped him kidnap Herbertcivil defense officials issued an Fox manager of the Clevelandorder permitting the use of air Trust Co branch was notraid sirens The sirens blared for learned The couple had five minutes Fox from his home leaving bej The state civil defense director hind a device they said was a j deplored the unauthorized use of ThousandsV Crash Vi B Services For Stahura Brothers Today 3 Others On Thursday Several thousands of relatives and friends last night passed by the biers of five Indiana County men who lost their lives Sunday in an air disaster near Indiana It was one of the largest funeral home visitations in the listory of Indiana Services for two of the accident victims were held today They were for Edward J and Andrew J Stahura both of Indiana Burial services were held this rooming at St Bernards Cemetery for Andrew bomb that would destroy his fam if he did not cooperate Fox daughter Marilyn freed herself from bonds 18 and civil defense sirens and pro tested formally to the city govern MAN THATS pleased man is Nikita Khrushchev yesterday as he gets his first taste of an American hot dog The Russian Premier asked for a second hot dog during his tour of the Des Moines Packing Co plant AP Wirephoto County Registration Shows Demos Gain new irum oonas ana me Illinois Bell Telephone Co mu r i v r T j tailed police who surrounded the reported the greatest volume f Republicans ot Indiana County enter the coming bank and posted men on the roofs1 telephone calls since the end General Election a voter registration bank and posted men on the roofs of nearby buildings Police fired tear gas shells into he bank and the holdup man let Fox and some other bank em ployes go Then police chief Frank Story spoke over a public address sys fcm telling the man to come out or We will come in shooting and destroy you You have 10 min When six policemen rushed in to the building they found the man dead on the floor revolver beside him with a Bank employe Joseph itiepnone cans since tne end of World War II The callers mostly margin over the Democrats tiantns1 tn i Pnic a wanted to know whats happen ing and Are the Russians coming One woman reported I was on my knees praying for five min utes because she thought the si rens warned that the city was under atomic attack One man complained to The Associated Press its damned ignorant and pretty stupid That system was set up for emergency use As the siren abated the rush was on to Midway Airport where 19 was wounded seriously in thejtne White Sox arrived early today shooting when a bullet struck himiby Plane from Cleveland Within under the heart F Police said the man had a New ork drivers license in the name of Lee C Terry and had a rental car slip in the same name The man and a woman de scribed by Marilyn as a dirty blonde with short straggly between 30 and 35 came to the Fox home about 7 and asked two hours after the game some fans jammed the airport area License Fee Hike House Approved HARRISBURG AP An in they had had trouble with their car Marilyn said Fifteen or 16 bank employes were involved most of them ap parently coming in after Fox was brought to the bank The holdup man reportedly made no effort to keep them from leaving after the tear gas started coming in Two girl tellers were seen leaving through a broken window 4iving Costs Show Minor Drop In US WASHINGTON cost of living edged down onetenth of one per cent last month from Julys record high the Labor Apartment reported txlay A big seasonal drop in food prices ninetenths of one pcr cent was solely responsible for halting the summer spurt of con sumer prices Price tags were higher on vir by the House The lower chamber voted for doubling the present fee Tues day night 12565 It now goes tq the Senate The increase would take effect with the issuance of 1960 cards This shows a Democrat gain of 609 voters over the edge held by the GOP in Indiana County before the 1958 General mi t Election Total voters registered in all parties however shows a decline over the September 1958 registrations The number of voters registered a year ago was Total registra tions today is Total registrations now show 062 Republicans Democrats 109 Prohibitionists and 188 non partisan The Democrats show a gain of 812 voters since March of this year while the GOP picked up 250 dur ing the period since the primary election In a breakdown by sex the re gistration figures show Re publican men and GOP wom en Democratic registrations list 701 men and women The largest voting district in the county is second ward in Indiana with registered voters White Narcotics Blamedln Youth Crime NEW YORK Mayor Rob ert F Wagner told a U S Sen ate subcommittee today that the federal can help most in the fight against teenage crime by combatting narcotics traffic s 12 In Family Perish Small Boat Sinks MUNISING Mich wanted to get in the same boat because it would be more A bewildered father the only survivor of a boating accident that took the of his wife 10 chil dren and his brother r was too griefstricken for tears as he de scribed the tragedy to state po lice I was very confused it all happened so said Leo nard Larson 42 as the bodies were brought ashore from Lake McKeever if Upper Michigans Hiawatha National Forest Tues The family on a days outing to Edward will be interred Friday at Amsterdam Services will be held for the other three crash victims tomor row Elaine Johnson and Joseph Ricupero will be interred in the morning at St Bernards while af ternoon services are scheduled at Greenwood Cemetery for Wayne F Hess Dixonville Visitations at Sutila Funeral Home on Wayne resulted in lines of friends and relatives that tended about a block from the home The visits did not end until 1 this morning A special detail of four police aid in the direction of traffic and parking For Nikita In Iowa Field COON RAPIDS wild had piled into a nnHviarrl mnrnrhnaf kita Khrushchev tired but happy looking arrived in the heart of Iowas tall corn country today and announced This is going to be a jovial The Khrushchev motorcade drove into the midst of a scene of enormous activity Army Air Force police and othersecurity people stood guard all over the farm of Roswell Garst while feverish preparations proceeded for a bountiful luncheon under a huge brown tent in the farmyard Thousands of persons including school children had lined the route along Highway 141 from Des Moines toward Coon Rapids The children waved and cheered for thevbroadly beaming Commu nist chief The Soviet Premier gave no sign that he noticed a gray haired woman standing ernment can Wagner said voters Hpffa Pledges ATLANTA Ga AP James riiixt Feb 1 The additonal revenueJR Hoffa president of the Team one is second with registered jm testimony prepared for deliv ery before the subcommittee Wagner was the first witness as Sen Thomas C Hennings sub committee on juvenile delinquen cy opened the first of a series of hearings The subcommittee later will go on to other cities The mayor said New York City Smallest voting precinct in the county is West Wheatfield with 48 voters registered is estimated at 10 million dollars every two years All of the money would go for road purposes The legislaton also would place the licensing period on a twoyear basis starting in 1961 Details of the new licensing period were left to the Revenue Department sters Union viewed the plush ap pointments of an Atlanta motel Wednesday and said We will loan money any time anywhere if we can get offers like American flag draped in black En route the party stopped at one of the several Garst farms along the highway where workers were harvesting grain sorghum Khrushchev showed keen inter est He tramped through the field with his host asking all sorts of questions Khrushchevs look of fatigue be gan to drop away and was re into a 12foot outboard motorboat It capsized 40 feet from shore None could swim The father saved himself by climbing atop the over turned boat Helpless he saw his wife chil dren and his brother Harry 64 go down in water so clear the bodies could be seen 15 feet down All the Larsons children but the oldest daughter Doris May 16 were along She was attending high school in Marquette I didnt cry when I heard the Doris May said I just wanted to see my Leonard Larson is a sawmill worker in the little lumbering town of Skandia 30 miles the scene of the tragedy A short thin man with wispy brown hair Larson asked What is there that anybody can do for me now Like most big families the Lar sons were happy but poor as fellow villagers jv gan lo urOp away ana was re is doing everything it can to fight placed by one of eagerness as he own battle against teenage j questioned Garst about the meth crime He differentiated between the young criminal and the juve niie delinquent We have not abandoned these chickens he used to feed hogs and church said Asks Hard Intensive Bargaining WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower appeal ed to both sides in the steel strike today to get down to hard intensive bargaining and settle the dispute The appeal was relayed to reporters by Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell after a long conference with Eisen hower We all feel that free collective bargaining may be on trial Mitchell said Both management and labor should recognize this Mitchell declined to predict what government action if any would be taken if labor and man agement failed to reach a settle ment in the strike now 71 days old He likewise declined to predict the timing of government action should action be taken The most probably government action would be invoking the Taft Hartley injunction provision An injunction if issued would send the striking steelworkers back to the mills for at least 80 days but they would be free to strike again if no settlement was reached in that period Mitchell said Eisenhower feels Crash Rescuer Remains Serious only to the steelworkers but to others thrown out of work as a Ralph Murphy Keesport man inji f erations during Sundays air disas ter near here rerrfains in serious condition today in Hospital He is being treated for burns about the body Two other rescuers injured at the scene are in satisfactory con dition They are George Imler 50 Indiana RD 3 and Michael Swan lek 40 Ernest general public as well The White House appeal was made as union and management negotiators in New York went through anotheif fruitiest aesglftW v jand the top men caued off ltWiM m m 49yearold until Friday injured in rescue op Snndavc air Hicac it New Jersey i TRENTON N J AP The They were both injured when state Health Department said to fire broke out m the twin engine day 15 cases of encephalitis five Apache plane following the crash of fatal have been reported Bodies of five victims had been refrora hospitals in Ocean moved from the plane when the fuel tank reportedly caught fire FBI Seizes 5 In Boxing Control Fix LOS ANGELES men seized in a nationwide FBI round up are accused of trying to grab i control of world welterweight Weve been coming to this lake Ul VYUHU V tor several years to pick wild champion Don Jordan Larson said We preserved them All the family wanted to come See 12 In 4 Col 2 Girl 21 Months Returns Safely CARROLLTON Ohio AP Sylvia Stevano 21 months former Hollywood Legion A federal grand jury investigat ing underworld influence in boxing indicted them Tuesday in Los An geles They were arrested within a few hours in Los Angeles Chi cago Philadelphia and Baltimore charged con money from Don Nesseth of Covina and Jackie Leon The indictments spiracy to extort Jordans manager llUtVtvllOt t The security near the Garst turied up safe todav after wan rv 1C I home was at least as tight as it m iiuiuc waa ai icubi its uuni as U The union s pension fund proyouths these teenagers nor will was jn Washineton or anv other irtftd a loan of son nftn tr vvasnington 01 any other vided a loan of to help build the motel we until by their own acts they See 4 Col 1 McDonald Tells Of Committee i USW Raps Arrogant Adamancy In Bargaining On Steel Strike NEW YORK AP United solution to the 71dayold tually everything else making up Steel workers Union President Da the average city familys costs vid J McDonald said today there The index stood at cent of the 194749 average per shutdown steel try I Tuesday point on Khrushchevs tour Hel meted soldiers of the 5th Army were in evidence everywhere on hilltops behind fences in barns at crossroads They kept in touch with one another through portable radio transmitters Mr and Mrs Garst Khru shchevs hosts are old acquaint ances They met him in the Soviet Union several years ago when Khrushchev was beginning to ex press a keen interest in American corngrowing techniques Although he had displayed signs See 4 Col 4 dering alone for 16 hours in rugged country west of here The State Highway Patrol re ported that she was unharmed except for scratches The girls father Max said he left the girl asleep in his car Tues day afternoon while he went into a nearby mine When he re turned the girl was gone More than 200 volunteers searched the hilly wooded area negotiator expressed hope Q i lay that subcommittee reDUmSICJe vid J McDonald said today there I am now going to tell the ports would be made today andrv j rv has been absolutely no progress j industry top team about the lack allow the top negotiators to reUireCtOT UlCS made r U hi IV 11 1C liLf J 11 tl tUi A MJ I during almost two weeksof progress but Im sure they alview the findings of the smaller IVI 1 I This was ninetenths of one perf subcommittee bargaining onready know since they have regroups lent higher than a year earlier I local issues in the nationwide ports from their BURNSIDE Ross B McCar jjijrjK t Joseph F Finnegan director of el1 a funeral director in this area e ngures mean it now takessteel strike McDonald said the Federal Mediation and Confor approximately 40 years died nearly to buy what cost a1 McDonald said members of the Almost two weeks ago the subdilation Service said prior to suddenly al PmMonday in dollar in the years immediately twelve union subcommittee meetcommittees were set up to dis McDonalds statement that he Mmers Hospital Spangler He was after World War II ling with subcommittees of the cuss local work practices andhoped all the reports would be76 In spite of the slight drop in nations largest steel firms aci non economic issues in the individ ready sometime today He was the founder of McCar costs at least workers willicused the industry negotiators of ual contracts with the 12 major Neither Cooper nor Funeral Home in Burnside was immediately available for and years was a Part receive wage increases steel producers uostofliving escalator contracts McDonald spoke to newsmen as which are adjusted quarterly i he was going into another joint ion the subcommittee toplevel bargaining session back where we CoralUraceton Fire Co party industry negotiators seeking aj R Conrad Cooper chief indus McDonald said todays reportcomment on the McDonald th i thp Kiilwnmmiitpp activities ment Home Both sides exchanged verbal Eagles Party See USWPage 4 Col 2 nite ner in the McCardellPyott Funer every Thursday Wed Ux Stadium boxing promoter Under arrest are Paul John Carbo known as Frankie Carbo 55 of New York City He is under indictment in New York for undercover manage ment of fighters Frank Blinky Palermo 54 Philadelphia boxing manager Truman Gibson 47 Chicago attorney president of National Boxing Enterprises and for See 4 Col 1 Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON Peter Edson points out today that an explosion hangs over Khrushchevs visit to the U S See page 6 WHITE SOX The Chicago White Sox won the American League championship by winning last night in Cleveland See details on sports pages 20 and Ul Other Features 24 3 2627 Editorial Hospital Obituaries Xfl 6 2T Sports 202 TVKadlo World Aladdins Lamp Busiuess Mirror Classifieds Comica WEATHER Considerable cloudiness warm and windy tonight and Thursday with a few showers and thundershowers Low tonight 60 to 65 Not as warm Thursday an Counties The virus disease known specif ically as eastern equine encepha litis is primarily a disease of wild birds It is carried by mosquitoes sometimes infects horses and humans The State Health Department said a sixth death in the Atlantic City area was suspected as result ing from encephalitis but that lat er was ruled out as the cause The department released no names of victims The Health Department dis patched teams of experts into the three counties to investigate the outbreak Meanwhile the Ocean County Mosquito Control Commission sent up four planes to spray DDT in an effort to cut down the mosquito menace The commission broadcast an appeal over the Ocean County po lice radio network asking all municipalities in the county to keep their mosquitb control equip ment in action on a 24hour basis until further notice Many of the towns had put the equipment away for the winter after last weeks cool spell Atlantic City Hospital reported Tuesday night that four children had died of the disease there in the past three weeks and that four others were suffering from it One was in critical condition Hospital authorities delcined to release the names of any victims All eight came from Mays Land ing Cologne Egg Harbor and See 4 Col 2 No SovietFlog On Hand In Pgh PITTSBURGH AP Pitts burgh city officials were in a mo mentary dilemma today They found they had no Soviet flag to fly when Soviet Premier NikiU Khrushchev comes to town to night Mayor Thomas Gallagher said the Soviet flag was stolen about is a year ago and hod never been M replaced A new flag been ordered Zenith and RCA transistor S H green stamps Jewelry   

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