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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family The lor success is just about the some us the one for a nervous breakdown Volume Fourteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday September 26 1959 Telephone HO 55555 County COLD WAR ISSUE DEBATE Prime Minister Of Ceylon Dies Of Bullet Wound By DENZIL PEIRIS COLOMBO Ceylon Prime Minister Solomon Bandaranaike 60 died today from an assassins parent victitn of the struggle between Eastern and Western ways which swept him into power SVz years ago The frail champion of Asian neutralism succumbed al t on the eve of a visit to the United States which only a w months ago he termed Asias best friend Wijayananda Dahanayake 57 a politician from Banda ranaikes cabinet was sworn in as the new prime minister Dahanayake in the past has ranged the political spectrum from revolutionary red to conservative blue Girl Claims BallPlayers Entertained PHILADELPHIA AP Dist Atty Victor H Blanc said today he has a signed statement from j ing links with Ceylon proclaimed a girl involved in an alleged vicea state of emergency on the is ring asserting she entertained I nd until the uncertain political l situation is clarified three very prominent baseball On hic HpaMlhoH players His most recent exploit was to force the resignation of Marxist ministers of food and industries from the cabinet British educated Bandaranaike failed to survive a fivehour op eration to remove three bullets which pierced his liver spleen and arm Gov Gen Sir Oliver Goonetil leke one of Britains last remain said he had given their On his deathbed the mildman nered Prime Minister forgave his accused assassin a professed names to Baseball Commissioner Buddhist medical monk who Ford Frick j whipped out a revolver and fired Blanc declined to name theas Bandaranaike bowed in rever players publicly but said Irene jence to him Brighton 18 told him that Har The monk and another man old Friedman had introduced theclad in saffron monks robes had three men to her for purposes at the Prime Ministers prostitution in his MoonGlo supPrivate bungalow in a luxurious per club in downtown Philadel phia Colombo residential area Friday morning The gunman reportedly an gered by the Prime Ministers re fusal to gtf all in shed ding Western ways in favor of ancient Eastern medical teoh niques known as See 2 Col S riedman 42 is under on vice charges and on a charge of trying to bribe Humberto Robinson Philadelphia Chillies pitcher It is charged that le offered money to induce Rob inson to throw the second game of last Tuesday nights doubleheader with the Cincinnati Redlegs in Connie Mack Stadium Robinson won that game turning in a spar kling performance all around said that Frick thanked me profusely and promised to act immediately He added that the commissioner had not indicated what action he would take Blanc said he had told Frick other baseball players are in volved but that so far he doesnt isey and the state is closing down have signed statements from fouriwooded areas as a precaution Encephalitis Definitely Diagnosed TRENTON N J COUNT AT THE FIRST more like a wrestling referee an unidentified official looks to see if the shoulders of Windber fullback Tom Sherwin are touching the turf They were but not long enough Sherwin and his Windber Rambler team mates handed the Indiana High Indians their first defeat ever Lamar Still Unbeaten 1st Indiana Loss Laura Lamar High School de feated Huntingdon 2012 under the lights of Homer City Memori al Field to maintain its unbeaten status last night Coach Buff Fan ellas Wildcats are the only Indi ana County scholastic football team without a loss Laura Lamar is also the lone county school still in contention for the Western Conference charnp ronship It is virtually impossible for a defeated team to win the title Indiana High suffered its first setback 210 at the hands of a superior Windber team This is the second time in the three meetings of the two schools that Ramblers have gained a whitewash victory over the Indians of Coach Dick Farabaugh Penns Manor Photo by Sipos on the present IJHS field last night 210 It also knocked the Indians out of the Western Conference running No 41 in the background is Windber quarterback Terry Heckler who en gineered the victory Underworld Boss Gir Slain In Seat Of Car ProblembyProblem Discussions Begin In Mountaintop Hideaway By JOHN M HIGHTOWEE GETTYSBURG Pa Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Eisenhower today began a problembyprob lem debate of critical cold war issues The second round of their historic discussions began in Eisenhowers hideaway on a mountaintop surrounded by lowhanging clouds Meeting in Eisenhowers lodge Aspen at Camp David in Marylands Catoctin Mountains the two leaders could sea only a few yards through the picture window of their con ference room The critical BastWest dispute over the future of West Berlin as well as the broader problem of divided Germany had a high pri ority on the agenda of the days session Eisenhower and Khrushchev who began their talks early Fri day night after a helicopter flight from Washington to Camp David met for the first time this morn ing at the breakfast table and im mediately began their informal This start on the days with the world watching for the results to be announced Sunday was reported to newsmen at the Gettysburg press center by Mrs Anne Wheaton of the White House press office See 2 Col 1 NEW YORK AP Underworld kingpin Anthony Little Augie Pisano Carfano 62 and a married beauty queen were shot to death Friday night in a flashy black Cadillac in a quietly substantial Queens neighborhood Carfano the pudgy Prohibition era henchman of Al Capone and longtime buddy of Frank Costello and Janice Drake 32 who was comedian Allan Drake were shot fromtrie swanky car In 1943 as Janicfe Hansen snewon a Palisades Park beauty contest won 130 over Laurel Valley to make the coun ty teams even at two wins and two phalitis has been positively for last nights action nosed in two casesin south jerlBlairsville bowed for the third li i i girls who are alleged to have en tertained them When he does get them he con he will turn the names over to Frick Blanc described the MoonGlo as a gathering place for ball play ers adding that many members of visiting teams often went there to eat and to be enter against the mosquitoborne dis ease Motorists are being cautioned to remain in their cars with the windows shut if they have a break down on the Garden State Park way which threads through the the south Jersey pine barrens State police will offer mosquito repellant to stranded motorists and gas stations The New Jer straight time 197 to Derry Area Elders Ridge played a 2 game at Purchase Line today United Joint was to meet West hiont also at 2 p m on the lat ters field College football made its debut locally today as the Indiana State Teachers College Indians hosted the California STC Vulcans at 2 on the ISTC gridiron Blanc was asked whether hesey Highway Authority which op himselfplanned to question parkway said it will players about possible charges oficiose immediately five picnic contributing to the delinquency of girl was 17 when she eaid she entertained the men I have many things in he said These will be taken up in due course Right now my in terest is to see that baseball is not Auto Rams ieed Store In Blairsville BLAIRSVILLE An auto swerv areas Two days ago the State Health Department said there were 15 suspected cases of encephalitis in the south Jersey shore area The count rose Friday to 17 nine cases fatal After laboratory tests the de partment confirmed Friday night Union Firms Disagree On Strike Status NEW YORK AP The steel industrys top negotiator in the 74 dayold strike says hes ready to resume talks here Monday But Steelworkers President David J diagnosis of encephalitis in two McDonald says hes through talk cases one of them fatal Two chiling in New York The auto apparently moving at the time veered onto a curb in the Jackson Heights section ofj Queens about a half mile from LaGuardia Field Neighbors told police they sawj two men flee from the car after they heard shots No weapon was found Carfano was shot twice in the back of the head and once in his left cheek Mrs Drake the mother of a 13 year old boy Michael was shot in the back of the neck and in the right temple Carfano short and pot bellied wore a dark blue silk suit His pockets were stuffed with money See 2 Col 3 Jury Awards Johnston For Injuries Richard R Johnston was award ed by a jury last night in Indiana County Court Defendant Carman L Dick In diana and additional defend ant Sherer Oil Homer City were ordered to pay Johnston the money for injuries he received while lighting a pot light that apparently exploded because of an improper mixutre of fuel According to the report John ston obtained fuel from a container at the local highway barns thai dren died within a 24hour periodj Chief Federal Mediator normally contains kerosene ending Friday both apparently offF Finnegan plans to meet during encephalitis In Albany N the State Ag riculture Department invoked rig id restrictions against importation of horses from New Jersey to New the weekend in Washington with Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell to review the stalemate Finnegan indicated the talks might be shifted from New York eel out of control here last evening York This included horses from when they resume but he didnt and jabbed its way through a feed store building Included among the loss is damages to the car to the building and eight sacks of feed driver Samuel McFarland North Spring Blairsville escaped injury McFarland told police he was south bound on Route 680 when lie failed to negotiate a sharp curve The car hit a highway sign breaking a rod on the car Mc Farland lost control of the steer ing and the auto whipped into the teed store Police said the accident occur about 5 No Trespassing Notices 5c each or 50c doz Additional 15c for tax and postage Cash with order Buy now Avoid last minute rush and post before bad weather Indi ana Evening Gazette tf Kagles Dance Sept 26 Top Hatters 37x Jersey race tracks Horses are afflicted with the disease as well as humans say where McDonald broke off the negotia See 2 Col 4 Inside The Gazette NATIONAL LEAGUE The Phillies defeated the Braves Dodgers dawned the Cubs National League race enters final phase See pages 8 and 9 JERRY BENNETT Jerry Bennett reports on the news from Washington that didnt make the headlines See his column on page 6 Other Features At the time he filled the high way safety light containers the kerosene tank was about half filled with gasoline In lighting the wick one of the lamps exploded burning Johnston The improper fuel mixture was attributed to Dick distributor foi the Sherer Oil Co The jury deliberated from 4 until yesterday to reach the verdict Steel Strike Jobless Climbs HARRISBURG State total of unemployed strike Rosenberg Explains Act On Pickets PITTSBURGH Di Louis Rosenberg says he only wanted to prevent a possible disturbance in ordering police to shoo away a picket from the Carl on House Hotel during Soviet 3remier Khrushchevs visit Rosenberg said Friday an un dentified man in the forefront of a crowd Thursday was carrying a sign labeled The safety director said he ordered of icers to instruct the man to move nto the crowd He added The man was not creating a disturbance himself but I felt the reaction of other people to his sign might create a disturbance I only wanted to prevent an inci dent The sign could have been more eloquent than any noise the man might Rosenberg also denied a charge of police state methods that came from the Committee for Freedom of All Peoples in con nection with another picket inci dent about the same time Though its Washington director L Brent Bozell the committee protested to Mayor Thomas Gal lagher that Michael Ryan a Georgetown University student was roughed tip and held for four hours by police Aladdlui tamp 10 Comics 10U Cruajwordi 12 Editorial Hospital Obituaries Society i 6 n Theater Towu leva Talk WEATHER Considerable cloudiness and warm Sunday with scattered showers and thundershowers likely Low tonight in the 60s High Sunday 78 to 85 Blast Fire Hits School Trailer Crash Disrupts Pike Business NEW KENSINGTON Pa AP huge tractor trailer rammed into a small powerhouse and start ed a fire Friday night causing CONNELLSVILLE Pa Fire preceded by a muffled ex caused an estimated 000 damage today to the Scottdale Joint Senior High School built in 1957 at a cost of Flames were confined to maintenance and supply room in he one story sprawling school louse but smoke poured into the 20 class rooms and the gymna sium The electrical system was knocked out School superintendent Dr Clin ton Puff who made the damage estimate said classes would be suspended all of next week at least while repairs were made Cause of the fire has not been determined but firemen said an electrical transformer may have set off the blaze about A M Harry Thomas night watchman and janitor was alone in the building He said he smellec smoke after hearing a dull ex plosion and began a room by room check When he opened the main tenance room door flames shot out About 750 pupils are enrolled in the school Several firemen were overcome by smoke and needed medical at tention Firemen said several smal tractors used to pull lawn cutting equipment were destroyed by the fire They were stored in the 20 by 30 foot supply and maintenance room Firemen from nearby commu nities were called to help battle the blaze Rockefeller Center Of Speculation HANOVER AP New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller arrived in this politically strate gic state today for a whirlwind visit that touched off fresh spec ulation he would run for the Re publican nomination for president There was widespread belief he was here to sound out opinion on his chances next March in the New Hampshire presidential pri mary which will be the first in the nation next year If he entered he would clash with Vice President Richard Nix on now the leading contender for the party nomination to succeed President Eisenhower Rockefeller has laughed off sug estions his trip was political He las insisted he planned it only to visit with his Dartmouth College lassmates and watch a football ame here But his schedule also some rupting electrical service itf two establishments on the Pennsyl vania Turnpike foi about seven hours The accidentoccurred about one mile east of the Allegheny Valley Interchange when the unoccupied parked truck drifted backwards into the powerhouse No one was injured State police said the trucks brakes apparently failed The Oakmont Service Station and a restaurant on the Turnpike were without electrical service un til Duquesne Light Co workmen restored the power about seven hours later The rig drifted back into the powerhouse The impact cracked the walls and caused a short cir cuit in high tension wires which started the fire Firemen battled the blaze for about 15 minutes but the fire destroyed the powerhouse Maintenance personnel of Gulf Oil which owned the power house made the damage estimate and said the accident also de molished an emergency power plant and an extra gasoline pump news newly opened headquarters of a Draft Rockefeller for President movement 2 A meeting with New Hamp shire Gov Wesley Powell regard ed as a Nixon supporter 3 A dinner meeting with 40 prominent Hampshire draftRockefeller movement and want him to enter the states pri mary The governor also planned to attend the DartmouthHoly Cross football game and meet with fel low members of his college class of 1930 residents of New who launched the Reopen Revloc Nanty Glo Mines JOHNSTOWN Pa AP Two coal mines of Bethlehem Steel closed by the nationwide steel strike will reopen for one week starting at midnight Sunday The mines are Nanty Glo 31 and Revloc 32 in Cambria County No reason for the action was given in the company announcement Fri day Adrift Twelve Pluck 10 Navy Airmen From Sea Plane Down SEATTLE Wash AP Ten1 as the men were hauled from the I Seattle was allowed to proceed wet and weary Navy airmen were sea at PST plucked unharmed from the toss ing Pacific Ocean early today Having above were four Navy and Coast Guard planes their at the State Bureau of Em ployment reports Included in that figure are some steel workers nearlv 12 hours after they hadpowerful searchlights cutting a well done from the Coast Guard Rescue operations moved into full speed as soon as the P5M ditched their twinengined patrol through a heavy overcast onto the j patrol plane radioed an SOS that plane A massive rescue operation swent like clockwork despite foul drama enfolding below The cutter radioed Coast Guard headquarters here that the air lone of its two engines was afire The craft a Marlin was on a routine coastal patrol from Whid bey Island Naval Air Cash with order lndiana Station The bureau said Friday thatlweather darkness and the men three officers and seven en 3494 workers in other industries fliers 110 miles off the listed men were in good condition were idled last week briimine the moutn ot tne Columbia River but suffering from exposure and The plane steadily lost altitude total of 17 nv Hiri off an in Tne ten crammed into a pair exhaustion None was injured in as its pilot Lt James B Hensou direct of the steeUtoppage of welloutfitted rubber liferafts J vvprp nulled tn cafpfw alinarH tho 12 Oklahoma Gridders To Miss Action CHICAGO mem bers of the University of Okla homa football team victims of ap parent food poisoning may see only limited action today against Northwestern The players and an assistant coach were stricken with sudden illness while eating dinner Thurs day night in a Chicago night club All were under a physicians care and reported feeling better Fri day night Bud Wilkinson Oklahoma coach said he could not tell whether the 12 from the first see action in the na tionally televised game at the Northwestern University campus in suburban Evanston It was expected however that the athletes would be ready for limited duty at least Dr Herman N Bundesen pres ident of the Chicago Board of Health said the 13 may have been made ill by food eaten either before or after the team arrived in Evanston They could have suf fered intestinal virus he added Authorities said food samples taken from the ailing athletes were being analyzed by the Illi nois Department of Public Health Oklahoma was ranked No 2 in the country in this weeks Asso ciated Press college football poll and Northwestern No 10 It was the opening game for both teams No Hunting and No Trespassing Notices 5c each or 50c dosen Additional 15c for tax and postage Dance tonight Club Savoy Music by Melody Masters were pulled to safety aboard the Coast Guard cutter Yocona from Astoria Ore The freighter Olym x pic Pioneer had reached the scene the ditching or during the tricky27 of Pearchy fought des transter from the liferatis to the perately to make it to lajid Hen ison finally sent word he had to had ditch radioed his position and the cutter The freighter which Gazette tf S H Green Stamps Rogers Jewelry Store With all purchases and repairs tfx changed course toward the fliers craft slapped down Dance tonite Sat only moments before and stood byl while en route up the cuast to 2 CoL I Ham or Turkey Dinner at 37x Daiice tonite Sat ttx   

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