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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family The matt wfio thinks lie ts mote intelligent than his wife must he married to a smart woman Volume 41 City EDITION Twentylour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday October I 1959 Two Sections Seven Centi ERNEST NAN DIES IN CRASH Talks In Pgh SERIES Wynn 39yearold veteran started the first game of the World Series at Chicagos Comiskey Park this afternoon for the White His mound opponent was Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Roger Craig right Chuck Churn relieved Craig in the third inning when Ted Kluzewski hit a home run to make the score 50 Chicago over Los Angeles The Gox scored four more runs off Churn in that inning making the score 90 at the end of 3 innings NEA Telephoto Klu Raps Two White Sox Leading 110 In 4th Inning By EDW1LKS Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO AP The ChicagoWhite Sox aftd Los Angeles Dodgers met in sunny cool in the Resumed At Ikes Insistence PITTSBURGH Pa Negotiations in the 79day old nationwide steel strike moved to this big steelpro ducing city today after being resumed at the insistence oi President Eisenhower The talks were scheduled to re sume at 10 but were delayed A union spokesman said the in dustry requested the delay be cause some members of the ne gotiating team were late in ar riving from Washington where the two sides met Wednesday The strike has idled some steelworkers and nearly employes in allied industries such as transportation and mining The negotiations held in Nev York until now were broken ofl last Friday by the United Steel workers which claimed the talks were getting nowhere The decision to resume the talks was made in Washington Wednes day after the President talked with union and industry leaders in separate meetings He reportedly told both sides in firm language that he wanted collective bargain ing to continue The President who has referred to the strjke as an intolerable sit uation reportedly did not discuss 2 Children Orphaned By Highway Accident Skidded On Wet Road Pallazzone 45 Ernest was killed ast evening when he was pinned under a car that crashed on Route 119 four and a half miles north of Indiana State Police from the Indiana substation report Pallaz one was a passenger in a car operated by Pete Poloski 43 also of Ernest The victims wife Elvira died about one year ago and 3allazzones death orphans their two children Daniel and Susan The report states the Poloski vehicle traveling south on toute 119 skidded on the wet pavement went over an em ankment and overturned Dominick Pallazzone 45 Ernest lost his life when this car wrecked on Route 119 North of Indiana Photo by Sipos New Highway District Office Dedication Set first game of the World Series The score at the end of four innings was 110 in favor of j which wouFd put the Sox Ted Kluszewski formerly of the Pirates hit homein operation for an 80day cooling runs in the third and fourth innings each time with a man off period on base there was a strong impli cation that the President might Dodgers Craig struck out Gilitake such action if nothing hope jful comesout of the negotiations The wellrested White Sox sent Fox ADariCin frox Apancio Wynn whose 2210 record made him the top winner in the i Ham popped to majors to the mound against i threw out Neal Los Angeles Roger Craig who hurled four shutouts in his last five starts for an overall ll5none left mark j The Dodgers whoclinched theLarker Fox doubled Landis National League pennant Tues day also had before scheduled to return to Washington from a No runs no hits no errors vacation at Palm Springs Calif me left Eisenhowers exact words were t I 1 White Sox Aparicio lined to that he sincerely hopes an agree WCCk a pf w Ml wauke SCOring Fox hiti After their talks with the Presi i c MiiwauKee a home run scoring Landj dent industry leaders and union d Duke Snider m the cenis Chum replaced Craig for the official me fo So Yours in I although the Snjder colljded with been trOUWed by JMoon and dropped Lollars fly for sore knee error Goodman sin A sellout crowd of wasjgl6d scorjng Lollar Smith dou in the Comiskey Park stands jbledi and Goodman scored on The White Sox took a 20 past second in the first inning on a walk toSmith reaching third on the er Nellie Fox and baclUoback sinjrol Rivera bounced to Neal who eles by Jim Landis and Tedjthrew tato the dirt tryi to nab Kluszewski Kluszewski s blow Smith at at Smith scoring scored Fox and Landis came and Rivera reaching second on home on Sherman Lollar s long j the w doubled d t downtown shingon hotel U wai the first UrnedS top indu See Page 4 Col 1 sacrifice fly to center Billy Good flied out to end the rally The Dodgers got men on bases in their half but couldnt score After Junior Gilliam had ground ed out Charlie Neal singled past third With two out Neal stole second and Duke Snider walked But Norm Larker flied out to right The White Sox exploded seven Moon beat wit Snider flied more runs in the third inning Rivera Urker ljed to Landjs a 90 lead m the third inning singled Moon stopping at Los Angeles defense colsecondj Roseboro struck out Four At Least 7 Injured In Bus Mishap SOMERSET Pa UH tractortrailers and a Greyhound Bus smashed up in the Allegheny Tunnel of the Pennsylvaia Turn ike early today injuring at least seven persons All of those injured were bus passengers Dodgers Esposito replaced The extent of their injuries Goodman at third for the not learned immediately The bus was en route from Cleveland Ohio to Harrisburg the left center field wall scoring Rivera Churn tossed out Apar icio Wills threw out Fox Seven runs six hits three er rors one left Three runs were FOURTH A home run by Kluszew ski a former National Leaguer and three Los Angeles errors fea tured the wild inning PLAY BY PLAY FIRST INNING Two of the injured were ad mitted to Memorial Hospital at No runs two hits no errors Bedford They were Jack Howard two left 36 of Pittsburgh the bus driver White Sox Landis singled Klusjand Alex Fenarca 59 pf New zewski smashed his second home run of the day scoring Landis York City Those treated and released were The Pennsylvania Department of Highways will dedi cate its new district offices here on October The milliondollar structure is located two miles south of Indiana oh Route and also will house the Indiana bounty maintenance headquarters George A Robeson 526 School Street Indiana is District 10 engineer The new headquarters will serve Armstrong Butler Clarion Jeffer son and Indiana T h e buildings are situated on a former farm site The structure was designed and constructed in 19 months Highway personnel will formally take over the new headquarters Monday October 5 but dedication ceremonies are not scheduled until October 16 At that time Secretary of Highways Park Martin Pennsyl vania Turnpike Commissioner E James Trimarchi and other high ranking state dignitaries are expected to be present Total covered area of the struc ture is approximately square feet including about square feet for offices The new head quarters has its own sewage dis posal and purifying unit and is equipped with standard fire plugs There are 17 miles of electric conduits 6 miles of radiation heat lines 3 miles of light tubing and a mile of eight inch water line serv icing the buildings The buildings rest on a rock foundation and workers removed more than cubic yards of earth during construction The buildings are framed with struc tural steel and faced with brick Five thousand tons of concrete 2800 tons of sand and 1200 tons of gravel were used Interior temperatures are auto matically controlled Wshbaugh Pullinger Stevens and Bruder of Philadelphia de signed the structure Allied con tractors included E D Fry Punx sutawney and John Haney In diana District 10 headquarters next week will announce complete de tails of the October 16 dedication ceremonies Encephalitis In TRENTON N J State Health Department now sus pects that eastern equine encep halitis has caused 18 deaths in New Jersey The new high figure was issued Wednesday The department said suspected cases have reached 29 by unofficial count The previous figure was 24 cases and 14 dead Encephalitis a kind of sleeping sickness is transmitted to humans and horses by the culiseta meiah ura mosquito which picks up the disease from birds People bitten by such mosqui toes may then get the headache upset stomach high fever which are symptomatic of encephalitis Finally they lapse into a coma Six counties in South Jersey have been targets for the current encephalitis outbreak Wednesday Mayor Herman C Liepe of Hamilton Township de clared a state of emergency there and urged an allout war on mos quitoes throughout this 115square mile area Hamilton Township includes the Atlantic City Race Track near McKee City Horses frequently get but cant give it to anyone or anything else Services Set For Jewish New Years The Jewish New Year begins a Police added the car snapped 2 utility poles as it plowed into the rield Both occupants were thrown rom the vehicle but Poloski was apparently not seriously hurt Pallazzone was pronounced dead on arrival at the A complete obituary appears on page 4 Police said the accident occurred about Damage to the car was estimated at about State Police also report that seri ous injury was averted at yesterday when a gasoline ruck jackknifed at the intersec ion of Route 119 and the Indian Springs Road about two miles south of Indiana i According to the report a pick up truck operated by Andrew J Barish 25 Burgettstown and a car operated by Ralph Wright 39 Paoli were stopped on the high way at the intersection waiting for traffic in front of them to make a left hand turn The gasoline truck approaching from the rear was apparently un DOMINICK PALLAZZONE dies in Rt 119 accident able to the slippery Itt tbxy vslMcfes Klingenflj f Ji that Rosa Jewish I jnto Ihe DldST iniUrGS New Year and the first of the bank at theside of the road High Holidays will be observed at the local synagouge commenc ing Friday evening Oct 2 and will conclude Sunday evening Oct 4 The local Rabbi pointed out that the High Holy Days are different from most of the Jewish festivals which are usually connected with the agricultural life our ancestors led in ancient times or with some important event in the history of the Jewish During this he continu ed we put everything else aside and spend the time in thought and Algerian War Costly In Lives ALGIERS five year Edwin philaclelphial1 Algerian war has cost nearly 150 64 of the French government 32isavsThe toll includes rebels prayer asking forgiveness for During this maneuver the truck reportedly jackknifed striking the Barish pickup which in turn hit the Wright car The gasoline truck ended up over the embankment and landed in a ditch beside the railroad tracks None of the occupants of the three vehicles was hurt police said i Damagevto the gasoline truck was estimated at to the Ba rish pickup and to the Wright auto The gasoline truck was owned by the Standard Oil police sins and resolving to lead better lives in the These services inaugurating the ten days of penitence the most solemn season of the Jewish cal endar also mark the beginning of the year 5720 since the Jewish calendar counts time from the creation of the world according to the Rabbi Markman stat ed The schedule of services at the Beth Israel synagogue is as fol lows Friday services at 7 Saturday and Sunday evenings at 7 and mornings at oclock BlairsvilleLody DiesAtAqe97 BLAIRSVILLE Mrs Jennie Thomas Hoover one of the coun tys oldest residents passed away yesterday at the home of Mr and Mrs John A Ackerson in Blairs ville She was 97 Born July 4 1862 she was the last surviving member of a family of 12 children A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx CHARLESTON AP A storage tank containing two mil lion gallons of gasoline exploded with a thunderous roar at the Esso Standard Oil Co terminal here today The blast demolished two small frame houses a block away and injured at least nine persons The blast touched off a spec tacular fire that threatened other tanks containing millions of gal lons of fuel Six of the injured were in one of the two small houses that were demolished Only one of the in jured was believed seriously hurt The Esso plant is about three miles from the downtown area of this port city that was badly bat tered Tuesday by Hurricane Grade Firemen from the Charleston Navy Yard aided city firemen in the battle against the huge blaze Firefighters could not get close because of fumes and intense heat The heat melted asphalt paving severalhundred feet away There apparently were two ex See 4 Col 1 Nine Of Victims In Some Tornado Born Of Dying Storm Kills Ten In Town In Virginia ahead of him Labine replaced Chum LOllar tiled tO onlder ES mm rum viianuid ui T i ir Dodgers Aparicio threw out posito was called out on strikes Mass and the Rev J Arnold 39 i says The toll includes CHAKLO1 rhSVlLLh Va I Gilliam Neal singled i Moon Smith flied to arker Brooklyn N Y French soldiers and victims of A tornado born of a dying hurorchard it sounded like a train Bruce who with his son suffered toward the kitchen Then the popped to Aparicio Neal Two runS two hits no Two were not identified rebel terrorism ncane dropped like a bomb on saw Ervin Morris running into onlyminor injuries chimney came dowh More of it a roaring up the coming off my said yards My wife and I ran back walked Larker none lefti Snider ined to Rivera No runs one hit no errors two left White Sox Aparicio popped to Wills Fox walked Landis sin gled Fox going to third Klus zewski singled scoring Fox Lan dis taking third Lollar flied to Larker Landis scoring after the catch and Kluszewski holding first Goodman flied to Snider Two runs two hits no errors Hbne left SECOND INNING Dodgers Hodges flied to Smith Roseboro popped to Aparicio Wills struck out No runs no hits no errors none left White Sox Smith was called out on strikes Rivera fouled to Hodges Craig threw out Wynn No runs no hits no errors none ScfU I j immediately Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON Some of the questions Khrushchev refused to answer on his tour oi America are reported by Eclson on page 8 WEEKEND Northern Cambria considered as tough as Windber by Indiana coach Laura Lamar risks unbeaten record Saturday See page 16 and 17 Other Features In addition a French communithe little community of Ivy near his house and then the roof start que said Wednesday night here Wednesday Eleven persons i persons are being held in prison died 10 of them members of one camps or have fled the countryfamily r as a result of the nationalist re The savage twister ssyooped bellion down out of torrential raiij pro Earlier the rebel governmentIduced by tropical storm Gracie inexile claimed the war had taken two hours after Gracie Dies Across Pa The roof went up about 50 hit my wife than Witnesses said the Morris du plex disintegrated Rescuers who fought their way to the scene over flooded and almost impossible impassable roads said the largest Builneo Mirror Comics 8 S2US Editorial Hospital ObUuarlen S 13 10 Sports TVlUdlo Theater World Todiy U 14 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i and causing a power failure in piece of its furnishings they found The wet fragments of StormiMeadville was a twisted refrigerator nearly a million victims and forced a relatively minor tornado had Grade drifted across Pennsylvaj The Weather Bureau at Over the foundations of the du a quarter of the nine million popustruck not far away nia dumping heavy rainfall Harrisburg said that fortunately plex lay a tangle of falleii trees lation into or detention1 Twelve of the 14 members of in some localities j Grade did not live up to advance Bodies were found scattered over ithe families of Eivin Morrjs The rain may have led billings The storm which had j an area of 400 yards i about and his son ly to the death of two persons vented its full fury in South andj The Morris family dead were Moose Members 21 were at nome In tlie duplex near Danville Eugene E Pehowic North Carolina and Virginia had Ervin his wife Frances also Fish Dinner fri Oct 2 td they shared Nine perished al31 of Danville and his companion virtually broken to pieces on thein her late 40s their children 8 All you can eat 41x most instantly their bodies Mrs Phyllis Keefer 29 of RiveriAppalachin Mountains jWilmer 15 Ruby 15 and James thrown with explosive force upon side died when their auto went Rainfall topped more than Mrs Ervin Morris 18 and camps Zenith Sylvaniaia wooded hillside The remaining out of control and collided with a inch at most stations west of the her two children Peggy and transistors up S H three were injured j truck on rainsoaked 11 Susquehanna However the 7 months and Green Stamps Rogers Jewelry hundred yards distant the At dawn the center of what just jfects of flooding were reduced to tfx roof blew off house of Ray a few days was Hurricane a large degree by the extremely Morris 40 a brother of Morris Sr WEATHER Variable cloudiness windy and cooler tonight and Friday Low tonight in the mid 40s High Friday 59 to 63 i i moud C Bruce 58 as he and his Gracie was located near Brookdry weather of the past month j The body of shirley Ann Morris No Hunting and No Irespassing wjfe 56 theji and moving Rains The bureau said there would be 3 was discovered today AddSlSnaTiv refu8e in the kitchen A stone associated with the storm a very slight rise on alljily relationship could GM inj Cash with order Indiana Evening chimney toppled and Mrs Bruce western Pennsylvania washing streams feeding the Central Pennjmediately established Gazette tfiwas killed tout a few roads in the Erie area 1 sylvania watershed I j See li I   

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