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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Par a da To Include 26 Bands TEDDY Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family If yoti fiavc spirits hi your board youre likely to be haunted by Volume 48 Twenty Pages City EDITION Indiana October 1959 Two Sections Seven Centt TRUCK HITS BUS PROF 9 COEDS DIE 26 Bands Part Of Homecoming Parade Saturday Adventures in Color will be the theme for the Indians State Teachers College Homecoming Parade Saturday Oct 10 at p in Indiana according to Dr Paul R Rishe berger faculty chairman of the parade committee This 84th annual Homecoming Parade bids fait to be ing the largest in the history of the Dr Risheberger said Included in the parade will be 26 bands twenty floats the traditional Indiana Indian Chief and Squaw Alpha Phi Omega Boy Scout service the Cheerleaders the ROTC Drill Team and the ROTC Color Dr Rishe No Parking Regulations For Parade No parking signs will be erect ed on Indiana Borough streets in preparation for Sat Win British El Commons Majority Doubled LONDON AP Prime Minister Harold Macmillans Conservative government re turned to power today with virtually a doubled majority berger announced in the House of Commons A The parade will leave the collandslide vote of confidence lege circle from Eleventh Street tne Conservatives a third and Oakland Avenue at 100 pm term and sent London stock sharp daylight savings Dr pdces soaring Risheberger said The parade will Nearly complete returns follow a route north on Oakland afternoon showed the Avenue to Philadelphia Street and Conservatives had taken more then will turn east on Philadelthan 20 seats from the Labor pliia Street to Fifth Street From party in the 630seat House ade Indiana Police Chief Harry Owens announced the following no parking areas on the route of tomorrows parade Eleventh St from Glass St to Oakland Grant St be tween the B and O and PRR tracks Maple St between Ele venth St and Wayne Wayne Ave between Locust and Maple Streets South Ninth St between Church and Philadel phia Streets the west side of Fifth St between Philadelphia and Church Streets and Church St between Fifth and Sixth Streets In addition parking will not be permitted tomorrow on the following detour routes Water St between Fourth and Eighth Streets Eleventh St be tween Oakland Ave and Church SU and Ninth St between Phil adelphia St and Nixon Ave Chief Owens urged residents along these routes to take spe cial notice of the restrictions on parking for tomorrows parade inasmuch as the no parking will be enforced beginning tonight All of these special no park ing signs will be removed as soon as possible following the parade The Chief added that police men will be stationed at major intersections to help in the con trol of traffic Tax Claim Sale Planned Oct 14 A Tax Claim Bureau sale of proprties being sold for delinquent sale on Aug 10 will re conducted in the basement of the Indoana County Courthouse on Oct 14 Street On turn I party the near bouth est approach in Britain to a free enterprise party rode a wave of prosperity to victory Dealers weje besiegad at the opening of the Stock Exchange by brokers wanting to buy shares in British companies Shares of steel com panies safe for the time being at least from Labor threats at na tionalization led the parade A short time later the tabula tion of votes put the Conserva tives majority in the House of Commons past the 100 mark Mac millans majority in the last house was 53 seats This count from 580 districts South Sixth Street it will south to Wayne Avenue From Wayne Avenue the parade will march southwest to Maple See 9 Col 1 President Of Mexico Arrives Here WASHINGTON AP wv uismns dent Adolfo Lopez Mateos of Mexgave the Conservatives 340 seats ico flew here today for a state the Laborites 235 and the Liber visit carrying on a halfcentury c ON THE SiAND Broadcasting Company Vice President Thomas E Ervin testifies before a House sub committee in Washington The subcommittee is investigating alleged rigging of certain tele vision quiz programs tradition of good neighbor ex changes across the Rio Grande President Eisenhower gave his guest the full scale red carpet re with Latinstyle embrace between the two old National Airport Then the chief executive sounded a keynote for the visit in his formal greeting to Lopez Mateos We feel that we are more than mere geographical neighbors Ei senhower said We are proud to als 5 Returns from 87 per cent of the districts gave the Conservatives See 9 Col 5 In United Fund Eleven agencies are included in the first countywide United Fund appeal in Indiana County They include the Indiana Coun ty Humane Society Indiana ij immune lliuitllia VOlin call you our friends and we hope ty Guidance Center William Penn you feel the same toward ct r A you feel the same toward us Lopez Mateos speaking in Span ish with a translation by his own interpreter said in response that there are no secrets between the United States and is no problem that threatens or menaces our After a 21gun salute far a chief of state the review of an honor guard from all the U S armed services and the playing of the two nations national an thems Eisenhower and Lopez Ma The sale gets underway at teos mounted a dais for their for Persons interested in any of the properties beinp sold for delinqient taxes may obtain handbills at the courthouse Dodge Dodge Dart now show ing at McGregor Motor Co Its fabulous 49x mal exchange The Weather Much cooler tonight Low In the upper 30s Saturday partly cloudy and cool High in the up per 50s Council of Boy Scouts of Ameri ca Indiana Council Girl Scouts Indiana County Chapter of the American Red Cross Association of the Blind Salvation Army county service units and the In diana Corps County Service Fund Indiana Hospital and the Pennsylvania United Fund A typographical error in a re cent United Fund story the Indi ana Evening Gazette inadvertant ly gave the impression that none of these agencies were in the United Fund Banks To Close All Indiana banks will be closed Monday in observance of Colum bus Day a legal holiday through out the United States Producer Tells 7V Contestants Told To Lie To Grand Jury WASHINGTON AP The Felsher said the largescale when he first appeared former producer of the Tic Tac ging took place after he had before the New York grand jury chines I f i I A i Court Hears OfPinball Operation PITTSBURGH AP A mul tiple pinbajl machine sat in the state supreme court chamber to day as ustijces listened to argu ments whether it is or is not a gambling device The case is an appeal from a State Superior Court ruling that the machines are gamblingdevic es and subject to confiscation by legal authorities Atty James P McArdle argued that the machines can be used as a gambling device but also can be used for sheer amusement and therefore are not gambling devic es in themselves McArdle represented American Legion Post No 51 of Fayette County which was one of the de fendants following a state police raid in June 1957 Frank P Lawley a state deputy attorney general told the high court the machine is specifically equipped to record payoffs made by proprietors who have such ma chines in their establishments The case is one which may de cide the future of some 20 million dollars worth of multiple pinball machines that have been operat ing in Pennsylvania Many com munities in the state tax the machines heavily and if the ma chines were outlawed by supreme court action the municipal tax losses would amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars During the arguments attorneys for both sides operated the exhibit frequently turning it around so the justices could see the intricate wiring and learn the mechanics of the device Both attorneys agreed that an unlimited number of coins could be put into the machine without making a single play while play ers sought to increase the odds The machine in question differs from many in the state known as single coin machines because numerous coins can be inserted The high courts ultimate decision PLANE WRECKAGE and flames mushroom from wreckage of a B47 bomber which crashed yesterday at the Lincoln Air Force Base killing four passengers aboard Firemen were battling the blaze when an exploding tire created this ball of turbulence Tho bomber crashed while taking off on a routine training flight CAP Wirenhoto BLAZING FURNACEGerhard Koch comforts nis wife SaTSCspi after Mrs managed to into which she toJd police she had been thrown by an unknown assailant jilrs Koch 24 mother of two children was in critical condition with third degree burns covering her body She told police the incident occurred in the Bronx apartment building of which her husband is superintendent AP Wirephoto On TH In Steel Strike Coast Ports Spring Into Action Again NEW YORK and Gulf Coast ports sprang to life again today after an eightday strike by dock workers The Longshoremen bowed to federal pressure applied from the top by President Eisenhower and went back to work pending fur ther efforts to work out new con tracts with employers The Assn of American Rail roads quickly lifted an embargo which had been placed against rail freight shipments to ports of the two coasts A federal court order issued here Thursday night brought an end to the eightday walkout that stranded over 200 freighters in harbors along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts Judge Irving R Kauf man acting under the TaftHart ley Act at government request is sued a temporary 10day restrain er The International Longshore mens Assn Complied with the order immediately sending back lowork telegrams to all its locals A major task was to get an es timated million dollars in per ishable goods out of ships holds and on the way to buyers Struck ports handled 81 per centj WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower con ferred for an hour on the steel strike with four Cabinet officers today but the White House refused to say whether a TaftHartley backtowork injunction was imminent Press Secretary James C Hagerty told newsmen that Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell had reported on his conference in New York Thursday with President David J McDonald and other top officers of the striking steel workers Others present Secretary of the Treasury Robert B Anderson Atty Gen William P Rogers and Secretary of Com merce Frederick Mueller also gave Eisenhower reports on the dispute which has halted 87 per cent of the countrys basic steel output for 87 days Hagerty said Thats all Im going to say Steel Strike Cash Loss In Billions PITTSBURGH Pa AP Losses in the nationwide steel strike are being counted in the billions of dollars The striking half million United IU1L11C1 Steel workers employed in the could be expected from the White sic steel industry are losing some House today on whetherin an million dollars a week to a reporters questionthe decision on invoking the 80day See White 9 Col 4 Hagerty added The press secretary refused to state whether anything further wages And the industry is losing about 300 million dollars worth of busi ness each week This means that the workers losses now total nearly 900 mil lion dollars since the strike began 87 days ago The industrys losses are fast approaching the 4 billion dollar mark None of these figures of course take into account the losses of other businesses that have been forced to shut down or curtail op erations because of the strike Al of the nations dry cargo See Page 9 Col 3 Dodge Dodge Dart now show will not affect single coin mang al McGregor Motor Co Its fabulous At one point during the states argument Justice Michael A Mus asked 49x Dough television quiz shpw tescome producer of the nighttime Oct 27 1958 tified today he had advised about show in April 1958 I He also testified that he had cot JO contestants to lie to the New The percentage of alleged rigin touch with some 20 to 30 con T1 k v t f York grand jury investigating rigging was developed in questioning testants who had been helped L cou the case n Vgmg of such programs bv Robert W Lishman i nn ac vJl i der advisement nnnnnn ol nearly men Victims Burned To Death NORTH BRUNSWICK N J AP A professor and nine Trenton State College coeds were burned to death today when a tank truck ram med into a bus taking them home from a theater party in New York Twelve girls and the truck driver were injured some of them seriously burned in the flaming disaster on rainswept Rt 1 The bus carried 40 students a driver and Dr Ernest Sixta 40 professor of history at the college who was killed A native of Ce dar Rapids Iowa he was gradu ated in 1952 from the University of London where he had been a Fulbright scholar They were part of a twobus caravan which was 25 miles from its destination when the bus stopped for a traffic light in the rain and fog The truck smashed into the back of the bus The gas tank at the rear of the bus exploded probably killing Six ta immediately He was seated in the rear with his wife The bus driver said the girls had tumbled out the front door and the rear emergency door which driver wrested open Hare and fire I dont I got That was liis only way Dolores Incao a Trenton State College student could describe the flam ing crash The stunned college girls turn bled from the bus some with singed hair and at least one with her clothing aflame from the ex plosion and fire which followed the crash Miss Incao 19 of Manvttle was three or four seats from the rear of the bus when the tank truck struck it from behind She was treated at Middlesex General Hos pital in New Brunswick and re leased Also treated for a sprained an kle there and released was Fran ces Mrozek 20 of Linden a ju nior at Trenton State See 9 Col 2 Salk Explains Fourth Shot PITTSBURGH AP Dr Jon as Salk who developed the famod Salk polio vaccine says the rea son four polio shots are needed is not to combat waning immunity but because the first shot may have been weak Dr Salk making one of his public appearances explained his backing for four polio shots be fore the Interurban Orthopedic Club meeting Thursday In another opinion Dr Salk said he thinks vaccine made with dead virus such as the salk vac cine gives more protection than vaccines made with live virus Big Jump In One Dodgers New World Champs CHICAGO The Los Anj pitcher in the finale He also won 8eles Dodgers who made an unGame No 4 and was credited with women precedented scan r the lad savi Games No and 3 wse der of achievement are the new Chicago never threatened in the t iuer ui acnievemem are me new never inreaienea in M innings tn available on these losses but they I said to them as best I re by Robert W Lishman counsel Uu OCSt i re 1 he testimony came from Howfor a House committee investigatmember that if 1 would testify 1 ard Felsher who was fired last ing quiz shows would deny that I had given them Youll Love Em K ucriijr uiai j nau given mem See the 60 Fords at McGills week by the National Broadcastj Is it true that on 75 per cent questions and Felsher Motors Hillbilly band and free lg ui 10re the evening Perform testified j Cokes Evenings thru Sat make an altidavit that contestants ances that one or more contest In reply to a question he said Zenith Sylvania dollar column transistors up S HJ Green Stamps Rogers Jewelry Dodgers were breezing along with 1 The National League champion an 80 lead Duke Snider homered certainly reach into the billion Dodgers in seventh place at the for a pair in the third and Wally end of the 1958 season won baseMoon for two more in the first balls biggest prize Thursday half of the decisive sixrun fourth iJames Kinter Dance tonight Hotel Homer mu sic by Terry Young and the Four DiPH Notes HOMER CITY James C Kin They closed out the World Series The White Soxs only punch in six games with a 93 victory came when Ted Kliiszewski hit a over the Chicago White Sox of threerun homer in the fourth the American League Chuck Essegian got a home run on i jamco o run Los Angeles snapping after a for Los Angeles in the ninth No Trespassing Notices 5c ter wellknown Homer City res110 defeat in the first game of After the game Chuck DrMMO A I C I v i i viMJ HC OCllll had not been given assistance jants was supplied questions and he suggested that they do the Felsher also told the House inanswers in advance same thing This advice he ad fcj M 111 v LI 11 j i t 111 o ciuvjvct 11 d vestigating subcommittee that W I would say in that was given to two young the nivlit version of Tic Tac Felsher answered igirls who had appe Douuh about 75 percent of 4he Felsher acknowledged that he show among others were rigged I had denied giving help to contest1 See Van 9 Col 8 vv WCUAUUVMI nomvrr re 511 v utc iuai gaiuc tci nit 49xjeach or 50c doz Additional 15c passed away at his home atihe series won the second third Dodger coach gave this reason Cash with order p m yesterday He was TL fourth and sixth games Two of for his eams victory j trflAOll UCi No Hunting and No TrespassingBuy now Avoid last minute rush and post before bad weather Indi ana Evening Gazette came uniig auvnc lie aa mwuvcs ji catn ur ouu uuifn viujc LMU wcauicr mui r A Al t nna r milled was given lo two young Additional 15c for tax and postage ana Evening Gazette tf today s Indiana Evening Gazette and two n Los Angeles Manager Al Lopez ol t girls who had appeared on thl Cash Evening 24yearold Sox expressed Uus view show among others Gazette tf Dodge Dart now show Dance tonight Hotel Homer for Los Angeles earned to sum it up we lost the nnrPn waoo a fi r iing at Motor Co Its sic by Terry Young and the Fourmuch of the credit for the Dodgshould have won This dLV V VIM 9 Dance tOlllte MedOraS Clvnier JabulOLls mv 4SvH iprs siirross HP was final 1U yesiemay fie WaS Ii iwuiui auu gamca ivvu iui uia itmu o A complete obituary appears in their victories were in Chicago played   

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