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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family The greatest happiness still Comes from having tho things money cant buy City EDITION Volume 38 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday September 28 1959 Two Sections STRIKE SESSIONS CALLED Seven Cents IKE Ike Says Berlin Threat Ended Summit Conditions Also Met WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said today of his talks with Pre mier Nikita S Khrushchev that the threat to Berlin no longer exists and his personal conditions for holding a Sum mit Conference have been met But Eisenhower declined to say in so many words thatj the Soviet leader had given him personal assurances which amounted to lifting the Berlin threat He replied to news conference questions on that point by saying he did not want to put words mt anybodys mouth i Eisenhower said he agreed with Khrushchev that the Berlin skua1 tion is of the existence of a group of free peo ple inside Communist territory He said that some system must bej found which would be acceptable to both sides He disclosed that in the course of the talks which he had with Khrushchev at Camp David from Friday night to Sunday aft Khrushchev had said that in a friendly way he would take vj with leaders of Communist Korean Bonus Forms Thursday Pennsylvania Korean bonus ap plication forms will be avail able to Indiana County residents on Thursday October 1 ac cording to Ronald Buterbaugh Indiana County Director for Vet erans Affairs Buterbaugh said the applica tion blanks will be available at his office Room 11 in the Far mers Bank and Trust Company Building next to the Courthouse and at all Veterans of Foreign War and American Legiop posts in Indiana County and the Amer ican Red Cross office 728 Church Street Indiana Eligible Korean War veterans may pick up their bonus appli cations at only one of the above locations FOUR HURT IN ONECAR teenagers were injured late Saturday evening in this car that crashed five miles from Clymer when the brakes reportedly failed to operate Three of the injured remain in the Indiana Hospital They are Warren D Rickard driverof the car Cherry Tree R D 1 Larry G Walker Cherry Tree R D 1 and Larry E McCombs Com modore R D 1 Treated at the hospital and released was David J Biss Cherry Tree R D Gazette photo by Sipos Four Indiana County Teens Hurt In Crash Short Desert Trip Asked By President WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Eisenhower battling a cold said today he wants to get away as soon as possible for five days in a desert climate Eisenhower told his news con Three Indiana County teenagers are in the Indiana Ike Wants Peace Nikita By PEESTON GROVER MOSCOW Nikita Khrushchev told the Soviet people on his return today from the United States he be lieves President Eisenhower sincerely wants to liquidate the cold and establish ference he has been a cold since he returned from his trip to Europe on Labor Day normal relations between our two The Soviet Premier in speech broadcast from the Moscow Sports Palace could hardly say enough nice things about Eisenhower but reported dark spots about his visit too Some angry faces were spotted on his tour he said He called for exposure and whipping of forc es which he declared were work ing in the United States against easing international He lauded the President for his statesmanship wisdom and cour age in judging the world situa that President no hittHrm nave iiu uuuui mui nesiueiu rom hisiEisennovver would like to make efforts toward universal w VJpW iJtly 1 1 The subject of his health was said 1 gfot the that A J China the problem of five i jeans still held prisoner there jHospital with injuries they received Saturday night in a He said they spent very little fwe miles east oi C1ymer on Legislative 5 time talking about T China however because they imL In Tfair condition is Larry G Walker la Cherry Tree I mediately found that their viewsRD 1He suffered injuries to the head and left knee 111 were totally opposed Warren Rickard 16 Cherry Tree R D 1 operator The President began his unusual tne is listed satisfactory with a compound fracture Monday morning news the left wrist and lacerations and abrasions of the face glowing praise for American peoples treatment of Khrushchev He called them very sophistical eel in being able to listen to thePN QA other fellows arguments and OTOTV icism while remaining strong r II I their own conviction CvT Eisenhower spoke with a Ixl w nasal stuffiness He said he had brought up when a reporter noted that Eisenhower seemed to be speaking in a nasalvoice indicat ing that he had a cold The re porter asked how the President has borne up physically in the heavy schedule he has maintained during the visit to this country of there are forces which do not work in the same direction as the President I do hot know how in fluential they are for the Presi dent is supported by a majority of his The Premier announced that Ei will make his visit to Soviet Premier Nikita some time in late May or iev jthe beginning of June I960 with Eisenhower replied that he has his and son Maj John Ei chev borne up all right But he said he had the beginnings of a cold me m he returned from Europe He said the weather senhower That is the beginning contrast to which the has trouble with bad time tWs fall Let those who want to continue Pa Beaver come back from Europe with the v to state beginning of a cold JCounty contractor testified today the Indiana Substation the y The President visited leaders of at the extortion trial of former which the youths were riding Western European nations before jSen Samue G Neff and three at the top of a d Khrushchev came to this Although Eisenhower spoke ofiother men that he never wasl his conditions for a summit meetasked for a five per cent kick Also satisfactory is Larry E HOJVIER resi McCombs 1G Commodore RD of the Homer City area who also received head injuries three of them juveniles werei00 and abrasions of the face Apprehended by Slat war be Khrush A fourth occupant ot the carovei the weekend and chargt prescribed for him and chev JT1 They wil1 not be SUP was J 14 with burglary most other individuals bv reasoning He expressed warm gratitude to Henry Cabot Lodge ambas sador to the United Nations who See 3 Col rrv 11 i j f r ii HJVC uiuau umci muiviuuais auui TieeRDl who was released from ifiom several robberies at thetionai medicine that he himself the local hospital after treatmentCoral Graceton lor head injuries and injuries the left knee Apprehended in addition car in See 3 Col 6 to the three juveniles ages 14 16 and 17 were John J Zayac 21 Homer City R D 2 Alfred Lloyd Taylor thought might help If he can get five days in the desert somewhere Eisenhower on ing of various nations as been met he wouldnt be pinned j jonn Birnesser down as to prospects for one i See 3 Col 1 Hurricane of The President noted that he has several official on i several unnitu engagements in 29 formerly o Graceton nowllhe next two days He did not in ot Black Lick and Jamesjdicate when he might find time IA 11 r 1 n tT yt i w 10 Offices To Move Monday See Sec George S Robeson district en gineer Pennsylvania Department of Highways announced today that Othe offices for District 10 will be moved into their new quarters next Monday The district highway offices will move from the top floor of the Savings and Trust Building and a portion of the Indiana Municipal Building into the new office build ing located a mile south of In diana off Route 80 Costing more than a million dol lars the pew office building is now being completed For mal groundbreaking ceremonies were conducted for the new dis trict office building by Governor George Leader a little over a year ago This transfer of the highway of fices marks the first change of address for the district office in 29 years Mr Robeson said he will re lease an announcement later on the open house scheduled for Oct IB District 10 directs the activities of the Pennsylvania Department of Highways in a five county area ul western Pennsylvania of Darlington r the VV He said he made severa contrib utions to political campaigns but fj y at no time was told he had to contribute five per cent of MIAMI Fla AP Hurricane money earned from the state Grade whirled ominously in to Birnesser said he leased a the mainland today and the lift a tractor and a mower to the Miami Weather Bureau ordered a state He did not say how much i hurricane watch for coastal areas he received from the state or how j from Savannah northward much he gave to political camto Wilmington Pa8ns Gale warnings were issued from Neff and other three men are Daytona Beach ncxrlh along accused of soliciting five per centthe coast to Morehead City N C kickbacks from contractors who as Grades outer winds moved leased highway equipment to thewJUiin 75 miles of shore The hur Beaver County division of the State Highways Dept Neffs wife Evelyn was the first defense witness called today ricane packs a 90inileanhour punch around the center Winds will increase gradually and are expected to reach gale f She told the jury she and her husforce tonight from the upper Flor band were on a Southern trip coast to North Carolina Seas the time William Haskenkopf roughen and tides should tified he saw Naff receiving alreach one to two feet above nor leged kickback money Hasenkopf in some places tonight is a former county highways su Melvin Bias 19 Homer City R D 2 Investigation and apprehension was made by State Trooper Tho mas Huddock in cooperation with Couty Detective Roy Schrecengost Deputy County Sheriff Roy Mc Cracken and special investigator Columbo Previte According to the State Police Zayac along with one of the ju veniles stole a pickup truck from the rear of Hotel Homer on Sept 4 and went to the Coral Grace ton Sportsmen Club in Center Township where they stole wine whiskey beer and money The pickup truck belonged to Gene Jones Ramey police added On Sept 13 Zayac and Dias en tered the sportsmen club located north of Graceton and took whis key beer and about in cash troin a box juke box and ciga rette machine for a trip to a desert climate Aside from a slightly thickened voice the President showed few outward signs of the cold He was not quite as tanned and ruddy as he usually appears but his color was good and his eyes were clear Sentence Two In Morals Cases Here Gilbert Jones Indiana R D 2 and John Behune Indiana R D 1 appeared before Judge Ed win M Clark today for sentencing on two morals counts each result ing from an incident in White Township on July 31 Both men were ordered to pay the costs of prosecution pay a perintendent The Gazette PETER EDSON Peter Edson today on page 6 reports that Khrushchev saw the real United States PLAYOFFS Threegame playoffs for tho National League championship begintoday See details on pages 10 and 11 Other Features In addition Zayac with the theft of a station wagon Party tonight Catholic Center 38 Sept 24 belonging to Donald Rodgers Homer City R D 1 Taylor along with the three ju fine of each and fined in the Allegheny is Workhouse for 20 months be con County n Ammo Theft HARRISBURG AP Douglas E Carver 34 of nearby Enola faces federal court action on a charge of stealing rounds of 22 rifle ammunition owned by the W F MUNFORD dies of complications Knife Wound Stroke Fatal To Munf ord HYANNIS AP Wal ter F Munford president of the Steel died Monday at Cape Cod Hospital He was 59 Munford suffered a stroke in the hospital on Thursday the day aft er he underwent abdominal sur gery for a knife wound which au thorities said he suffered accident ally while carrying kitchen uten sils in his summer home at Chat ham Hospital authorities said there was no connection between the stab wound and the brain stroke a cerebral thrombosis The hospital said death was due to complications after the stroke His wife and two sons were at the bedside Munford a natfive of Worcester had been president of Stfct1 synce He was educated at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Massa chusetts Institute of Technology and began his steel career as an open hearth worker in 1923 From 1953 to 1956 he was presi dent of the wire division and for the next two years was assistant executive vice president of the corporation He was named exec utive vice president in 1958 He went to Pittsburgh in 1939 and held other executive posts from time to time at Cleve land and Lorain Ohio His salary as president of Steel was reportedly a year After Munford was taken to the hospital last week Gerard A Ouellette the hospital administra tor said Munford had been under the care of his personal physician for the past few weeks suffering from nervous exhaustion and fa tigue Munford took office as president the day before steel talks with the j unions began During the talks and after a strike began Munford Declares Situation Intolerable BULLETIN p m WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower has asked leaders o both sides in the steel strike to meet with him separately on Wednes day in an effort to end the 76dayold shutdown White House press secre tary James C Hagerty said the President called the meeting to urge both sides to resume free collective bar gaining with a view to settle ment on the dispute in the in terest of the Hagerty said Eisenhower has personally called in Roger M Blough chairman of the U S Steel and David J McDonald presi dent of the striking Steel workers Union WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower declar ed emphatically today the 76dayold steelstrike must not He called the situation intolerable a n d promised to use every con ceivable influence to end the shutdown Eisenhower told a news conference he is getting sick and tired of the apparent im passe and will not stand by and permit the economy of he nation to surfer with its inevitable injuries to However the President declined to say whether he would invoke the TaftHartley law with its court injunctiop proVisionr the steelwdrkers their jobs for at least an cooling off period At the outset of the news con ference Eisenhower indicated that that he expected most of the ques tions to deal with his talks over the weekend with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev He added that first wanted to say something about a matter of great importance on the do See 3 Col 1 government Carver arrested Saturday is accused of stealing the ammuni tion Friday from a Harrisburg truck terminal where he is emi ployed The bullets were coni I had been engaged in an almost ceaseless round of conferences and negotiations The Munfords have spent sum mers there for 12 years usually i arriving by plane The family win vivors are the widow the former signed to the Army ROTC unit at L Pittsburgh Pennsylvania State University j Pittsburgh Modern Day Japan Storm Death Totals Reach Both By KENNETH 1SH11 TOKYO official estimate that Japan1on ABC at Nagoya in Typhoon Vera was made today raisl o the charges on Sept J that the weekend storm was the Q Open Braves Dodgers Play For Pennant MILWAUKEE Wis AP The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Milwaukee Braves were matched today in the first game of a three game playoff to decide the Na tional League World Series base ball representative The Weather Bureau warned ot partly cloudy skies with a chance of showers for the game in Mil waukee County Stadium Game time is East ern Standard Time Neither manager Walt Alson of the Dodgers nor Fred Haney of the Braves had made a choice of starting pitchers The playoff is the third in the history of the National League and will decide which team will meet the Chicago White Sox later in the week The playoff was assured when the Braves defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 52 Sun day in Milwaukee and the Dodg ers topped the Cubs 71 ih Chi cago The second game and a third if needed will be played in Los Angeles Todays game will be televised A or1 to and returned today for sentencing deadliest to hit Japan in modern times UK juln other court today If the estimate made by that industrial citys assem veniles reportedly entered the nila Fae Bartlebaugh Arcadiajbly is borne out the number oi dead or missing would ap snortsmens club on Ana 17 and pleaded guilty to a charge of playproach exceeding the toll of the worst previous sportsmens club on Aug 17 and took a quantity of whiskey All but the youngest of the six men and boys were given hear ings Saturday before a justice of the peace at which time they pleaded guilty and were ordered iheld for court The youngest is awaiting fur j ther action by county officials play fully or wantonly pointing or dis charging a She was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution doctor and hospital bills of the injured person and be placed on probation for a year The court reported the incident occurred Aug 31 in Montgomery Twp typhoon in 1934 Before the assemblys estimate No Hunting and No Trespassing Notices 5c each or 50c dozen Additional 15c for tax and postage Cash with order Indiana Evening Lamp Mirror Cumlci IMS Editorial HusplUI Sotea Obituaries 8 It TVKadio World Today 1011 Fatally Injured Pa AP John Boro Residents The Indiana County Commis sioners announced today that re cipients of surplus food in the Indiana Borough area both north was made oublic oolice set the1 inciiana ourougn area ouin n IM at i 548 dTad or jmer8ed b oodwaters So was and south sides who pick nations ton at dead or anri u ing including known dead injured and home the railway station and the movie1 their commodities at the Willard theatea Everything was gone it school seemed except for the old man on the County Home 1 1 j i i vi less Police had placed the numand old woman m whose her of dead at Nagoya at 170 hitched a ride Widespread crop damage sent prices of rice and vegetables skyi Commissioners Office in the court house on Thursday Oct 1 and i A newsman in nearby HandaFriday Oct 2 grounds must be recertified at the rocketine more hardship1 told of relatives digging Those persons who receive sur i through mud and debris by canplus commodities must be recer N LINGS PITTSBURGH AP Injuries Eyewitness accounts of one the of suffered when she was struck by the mightiest typhoons ever to hitanese believed buried there A t L ii iici it 1 f BK nn on the eievine populace plus tified in order to be eligible for the next distribution Gazette tf WEATHER FOHECASTT Increasing cloudiness continued Quite warm with scailuiod showers likely Tuesday Little temperature change kl A No JG Jones 63 of Pittsburgh died in an auto Sept 11 proved fatal Sun Japan told a cruel story i Al Kuwana city 85 bodies had SRencer Hospital Sunday night of day to Mrs Drucilla Boyles A Japanese newsman who visitbmi reoveied but 685 persons injuries suffered in an automobile of Pittsburgh She died in Pittsed Nagashima a town in centraljwie missing accident burgh Hospital where she was reported 1 could only of the industrial city A ld niinute rush i i i i N A C a C WVl Y VWI others were injured in the nutted alter being struck in the guess the location of the main j aild post before bad weather j crash which occurred Saturday citys East Liberty district i street It was completely sub See 3 Col 5 Isuia Evening Gazette wth   

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