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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Nothing s done In a especially not it you put every thing off until tomorrow Volume 40 City EDITION Thirtytwo Pages Pennsylvania Wednesday September 30 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents TENTATIVE STEEL TALK DEADLINE 34 Dead As Plane Explodes In Midair Over Central Texas GRACIE UNROOFS HOUSEWeslcy Seigler stands in front of his neighbors house after Hur ricane Gracie tore the roof off and set it down in the front yard The center of the hurricane passed through Walterboro S where this photo was taken AP Wirephoto No Reason For Blast Reported By GARTH JONES WACO Tex big HoustontoNew York airliner exploded in the air Tuesday night streaked across the sky line like a comet and crashed Thirtyfour persons died as it struck on Texas farm The ship was a 75passenger Braniff Airways turboprop Electra It carried 28 passen gers and a crew of six It had scheduled stops at Dallas and Washington There was no immediate expla nation for the crash A member of the traffic control tower at the Houston International Airport said the plane departed 29 minutes be hind schedule at p m A School Bus Truck Colli isibn Kills Seven Relief Seen For Denver From Snow DENVER Colo temperatures were expected COOPER Tex bus filled with school children ino and teachers en route to a junior high school football game today oring rener collided headon Tuesday night with a huge tank truck Thedamaging snowstorms violent crash killed seven students and twoRocky Mountain region injured 23 others including 22 children The massive storm cri in the Local Air Victim Word was received today that one of the victims of the air crash in Texas was H D Mumper 35 son of Mr and Mrs Henry Mum per 304 Blairton Indiana The Associated Press In Pitts burgh lists the younger Mum pers address as Shrewsberry The accident victim was mar ried and was the father of twins The bus from Ml Veron and the diesel truck col crippled a 250mile area extending from Horse Racing Bill Vote Set the trucks cab lided at a highway intersection on the eastern edge of thisCnevenne to Pueblo Colo east Texas town There was no fire The impact hurled some tree limbs made a children to the highway demolished the bus and smashed shambles of of streets Power in large sections of metro politan areas was disrupted High Tile bus made a signal to turn ways between the mountains and left and then for some reason1 the Kansas border were closed So swerved I just couldnt miss many schools It was said J M War1 At least two deaths were attrib HARRISBURG AP Ill roliiington 39 of Grand Saline to sorm i wi m today even if 1 have only five the truck driver Robert E Barry 52 died while Braniff spokesman at Houston ac knowledged the plane was late GRACIES navy F8U photo plane flics over the eye of Gracie the hurricane now battering the Georgia and Carolina coast area during a photo mission Monday afternoon Photo released in Washington today shows circular formation of clouds around the eye just above tail U s Navy Photo via Ap wirephoto Weak Plod er oracie NCOS Across North Carolina CHARLESTON S C no longer a hur ricane plodded slowly across western North Carolina today While its winds had diminished to gusty squalls with a top of 50 miles an hour its heavy rains threatened dangerous rlooding Gracie left behind a trail of damage running into the millions of dollars and 10 deaths possibly attributable to its winds and rain Dems Dig In For Battle Of Budget HARRISBURG AP Demo crats dug in for a sfinal defense ilitis Blamed In 14th Death TRENTON N J 80 miles northwest of Charlotte Tuckerton woman died of C11 J At 8 a the storm center was situated near Hicky N 50 path was northward at about 12 suspected encephalitis Tue s d a y night bringing the unofficial death miles an hour but it appeared toll in hardhit South Jersey to 14 turning more northeastward The victim was Mrs Emma H was expected to pick up forward Krarmrier who died in Shore Mem speed across Virginia this afterOral to In addition a 30yearold uniden noon tonight tified man was to New Ike Sets October 8 For Action By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON AP resident Eisenhower today iet an apparent deadline of October 8 for progress toward ettlement in the steel strike Antagonists promptly arrang ed to resume talks this after noon at 2 p m The agreement to get back o the bargaining table came within minutes after the close of separate sessions with in dustry and union leaders in vhich Eisenhower figurative y knocked heads together The President met first vith leading steel company xecutives headed by Roger VI Blough U S Steel Corp chairman then with union eaders headed by David J McDonald president of the United Steelworkers He called on them to renew ne gotiations looking toward a vol untary settlement of the 78day old strike that would be fair and ust to everyone concerned in cluding the public I sincerely the Presi dent said in a statement after vard that an agreement can be nitiated before my return to Washington next He is due jack Oct 8 from a trip toPalm Springs to seek relief from a lingering cold James C Hagerty the Presi dents press secretary was asked whether this pinned an Oct 8 deadline on invoking the Taft Hartley law to stop the strike for 80 days by court injunction Gracies iieavy rain yKafefxpectjcomb Hospital in suffer against Republican plans to ptisKjM to cause from the same disease ac 58 million dollars in budget ductions through the Senate Their task was almost hopeless in the face of a solid front put up by the Senate Republican ma ern North Carolina central and cording to preliminary indications western Virginia eastern West If he does have encephalitis the Virginia western Maryland and central and eastern Pennsylvania The storm swirledashore in the jority in favor of the cuts as the i area Tuesday morning best way to balance Gov Law rences proposed bud get for 195961 departing but said he did not Sen James S Berger Repub Rep H J Maxwell spon sor of the horse racing bill prom ised The Westmoreland County Demi where he had delivered a ocrat put off a showdown on the load of salt Warrington was injured and imb en to a Paris hospital Heu Jt u Dnenoy aiea was en route home from uattack while sweeping from his roof measure Tuesday after Republi Killed in the crash were Jack know why There was no immediate ex planation for the crash Jack Miller of Braniff at Hous ton said the plane arrived in Houston 22 minutes late and thus was 22 minutes late in leaving the terminal It became airborne sev en minutes later at p rn j Miller had no explanation of why the craft arrived late Bruce Chambers of the Federal Aviation Agencys control office in Denver received inches of I Fort Worth said the ship was fly snow Power failures in some ing on an instrument plan at John J OBrien 59 died of a snow can supporters threatened to withHenry 45 principal of the Mt draw their endorsement unless Vernon Junior High School and GOP membership was afforded1 driver of the bus his son thousand others were sent Waco Chambers said He de clearance Melba Meeks a teacher the same reason in stir1 scribed the report as a routine sent home Sevabout p m when east of b redevelopment includ i n lican floor leader said he could count on 28 votes on his side for the GeneralAppro priations bill It takes 26 votes to pass But Sen Charles R Weiner Democratic flpor leader said his party would continue to offer a mendments to restore the spending authorization to the same form as it passed the House Democrats planned their final pitch in the Senate against a milliondollar cutback in the 10 millions budgeted for industrial development and a 7milliondol lar slash in 10 millions listed for g an opportunity to discuss the billMax 12 Melba caucus first Kenneth Hightower 12 and Rex rounding counties Denvers maximum The measure is virtually idenlWeatherford 12 Three other pu tica to one permitting betting atpils Zach Tavlor Audrey sue re uesday was a record low t rr ft harness racing tracks which the Turner 13 and Waukita Rainer House passed last week sixthgrader died in hospitals Both would put the issue of parifrom their injuries muluel betting on a local refer Frankie Nations 12 who suf endum to approval i fered three broken ribs recalled only by the voters in counties from a hospital bed I saw this where tracks would be established big old truck coming right at us A state commission would super vise the betting operations Then there was this crash It See 13 Col 2 Talks With Mao Nikita Pushes Peace In China TOKYO AP Nikita KhrushJeh Premier Chou Enlai and chev lectured Mao Tzetung pubsome other unnamed officials licly today on the need for endingKhrushchev was accompanied by cold war and then met with Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko the Red Chinese leader in a closed and Mikhail Stislov one of the session The talks were described most important men in the Soviet as cordial and friendly I Communist party The Soviet Premier bounced into Radio Peiping told of the meet Pciping from his historic held presumably to give Mao ences with President Eisenhowera quick fillin on Khrushchevs a declaration that everytalks with Eisenhower ing must be done to clear the It described them as held atmosphere and create for international We must do everything in His pronouncement appeared order to ease the situation and to an obvious warning against any create conditions for friendliness in a for the city for Sept 29 A Denver official estimated it would take at least a month to clean up the damage expected to surpass the sevenniilliondollar loss caused by a snow which paralyzed the city Sept 27 29 in 1936 Four teenage boys are missing The boys left their homes Sept 18 and are believed to have en tered the mountain area about 20 miles from Denver A Pueblo newspaperman was found after wandering all night Cecil F Osborne of the Pueblo StarJournal was on an an telope hunt when he became lost in the storm He suffered from cold and exhaustion Snow depths in the Pikes Peak region 65 miles south of Denver ranged from a foot in Colorado Springs to two feet of wet snow on Pikes Peak Cadets at the Air Force Acad emy near Colorado Springs were issued kerosene lumps to light their way Both power and tele phone lines were down at the academy during the first few hours of the storm Farmers generally welconwd the moisture Eastern plains wheat agreed the snow is just what we filing on the planes speed and al of 35 dejtitude The pilot gave no indication of See No 12 Col 3 No Hunting and No Trespassing Asian rocking of the boat between all the leaders Notices 5c each or 50c dozen The two giants of world commuof the Communist world told IScfor tax and postage Cash with order Indiana Evening nism were closeted with their topand Red Satellite chieftains ranking lieutenants gathered in the Chinese capital for hv iiicUided Chinese President the Peiping regimes 10th annj Liu Shaochi Vice President See 13 Col i Gazette Partv everv tf Thursday Wed tfx Hannah Now Posing Threat MlAMf Fla See 12 Col 2 Add Officials For Oath On Bonus Forms Several persons in addition to notary publics may provide the necessary seal needed on the Penn sylvania Korean Bonus applica Hannah with winds up to 100 tion it was announced today by miles an hour continued westj Ronald Buterbaugh director of the northwest today and there was only a chance that it would follow hurricane Gracie to the mainland The seasons eighth tropicaliand recorders and prothonotaries storm was 900 miles east of Palm1 along with juart officers service Beach at noon and too far officers of veterans organizations from the coast to tell yet whether may provide the neces it will follow Gracies path said sary oath to complete the applica the Miami Weather Bureau tions Indiana County office of Veterans Affairs Buterbaugh said county register Inside The Gazette BOYLE Teenagers as well as mom and dad will enjoy reading Hal Boyles column on page B today DODGERS The Dodgers defeated the Braves yesterday in twelve innings World Series begins tomorrow See pages 22 and 23 Other Features unofficial count in New Jersey will rise to 24 Actually the state health de partment now lists five cases with winds estimated up to 140 four of them niles an hour mountainous waves ligh tides and torrents of rain The storm wrought damage all See 12 Col 4 23Apalachin Delegates To Go On Trial NEW YORK federal judge ruled today that 23 dele gates to the Apalachin N un derworld convention must go on lanura mosquito which apparent ly confirmed as eastern equine encephalitis All others are now only suspected cases Earlier Tuesday the State Heal th Department said it felt that the peak of the encephalitis outburst in Southern New Jersey was past Dr Roscoe P Kandle Health commissioner said he was bas ing this assessment on the fact that the number of new suspectec cases reported has dropped each week since Sept 12 Encephalitis sometimes called sleeping sickness is carried by the comparitively rare culista me Hagertysaid tio on whatsoever by tion the The press secretary wag asked whether Eisenhower hoped for progress in negotiations by Oci 8 or a completed agreement by then Hagerty replied thaf he thinks Eisenhowers hope that an nient can be initiated by was a fairly broad expression Both Blough and McDonald ex pressed hope the renewed talks would lead to an agreement Mc Donald said one could be reached in an hour if both sides really tried But neither side indicated much chance in their farapart positions as a result of their talks with the President The Presidents statement said the purpose of his talks today was See Page 12 Col 1 trial Oct 26 en masse Theyre accused of conspiracy to obstruct justice by refusing to reveal the true purpose of thei shadowy gathering two years More than 90 pretrial motions D ly can transmit the disease from birds to horses and humans Erie iiad been entered by the defense seeking dismissal of the indict ment shift in place of trial or other curbs on the case but U S District Court Judge Irving R Kafuman rejected them all He said there was nothing in the form of the charges or the scheduled mass handling of the case to preclude the defendants a fair trial State investigators have been trying for months to pry the truth about the Apalachin meeting from those who were present Wit nesses have been jailed for con tempt and evasive answers More than 60 persons many of them known underworld figures attended the Apalachin gathering Authorities Ijave theorized that the meeting at the estate of the late Joseph Barbara was connect ed somehow with the activities of the Mafia a secret underworld so ciety OnelnMillion Plane Landing ATLANTIC CITY ERIE Pa AP A deadline has been set for Thursday mid night in the threatened strike of Futile Hospital Trip For Woman ARMAGH A hurried rush to a Johnstown Hospital last evening failed to save the life of a West Wheatfield Township Indiana County woman Dead on arrival at Lee Hospital was Mrs Audrey Babuschak 41 some 100 employes against thejof New Florence RD 2 Erie Coach Co in a dispute over a new contract Negotiations between the com pany Union Division 568 Deputy Indiana County Coroner Michael Hallow Blairsville ruled that Mrs Babuschak died of car bon monoxide poisoning She was gamated Assn of Electric and found at in the family Motor Coach Employes of Amer ica and a Federal Mediator have been deadlocked since they opened about a month ago garage with the doors closed and the motor running Hallow said Mrs Babuschak had jbeen despondent for time Braves Dodgers White Sox In Series A biplane became disabled Tues day then skimmed over telephone wires to land on a residential iftlaigtK 8ame CHICAGO Angeles Games tSo 3 and 4 in the best will be the opponent of the series will be in Los An geles on Sunday and Monday with Saturday an open date for travel The fifth game if neces go White Sox in the 1959 World1 Series starting Thursday The Dodgers won the second sary also is booked for Los An of the on Tuesday If the sixth and Aladdtnt Lamp Muslncsj Mirror Comics 28 SOSJ Kdllurlvl Hospital Ubltuailet 30 8 31 it Society Spurts TVlUdio World Today 10 SSiS 6 WEATHER Possibly scattered thunderstorms and wind occasionally strong tonight Thursday partly cloudy with showers likely Mostly cloudy and windy with occasional rain in east portion and cooler street nicking a street title playoffs in the Call seventh games are needed they and car on the way in No one fcnia ty Tuesday defeating the will be played in Chicago All will uqw inimwJ 1 Milwaukee Braves b5 in 12 inbe televised and broadcast nation U O J UIUI CU i j i I The plane had been aloft Dodf Braves ing insecticide to eradicate moshad ied when the season Coliseum temporary quitoes thought to be bearing the i flasl Sunday home of the scaled to onronhalitic 1 he flFSt game rf disease encephalitis JUC IB1l j the stnes approximately 94 000 paying After pilot Harold Willianw Played in UMuskeyjfaus it is not unlUwly that the Fort Pierce brought theHark share of the series craft in police called it a one inamillion CoralGraceton Fire Co party d a 1S tne park Sox park can seat of tin American League cham players share in the gutB receippr on Friday tho first low games   

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