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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family In lots of jalopies you can toll If the motor is running by ing the tailpipe shake City EDITION Volume 50 Twenty Pages Monday October 12 1959 Two Sections ERNEST BONY PILE MISHAP KILLS 1 Steel Factfinding Unit Opens Hearings Creekside Man Dies Seek Mo re Than Data For Ike WASHINGTON factfinding board opens hearings today on the nations longest steel strike hoping to Bonks Increase Interest Rates Banks in Indiana Homer City BlairSville and Saltsburg an nounced today they are hiking the interest rate on savings ac counts to 3 per cent This is the highest rate permis sible under banking laws Death THE JUDGES FANCY Art Clubs Fall Fantasy captured first place 19 Floats 26 Watch ISTC Homecoming Parade Photos by Sipos Consumer Goods Asked For Soviets MOSCOW but perlor who does not think much President Eisenhower I Acting under the Tafti Hartley law the President appointed the threem a n board to recommend whether he should seek a federal court injunction to stop the investigators today blamed a out for 80 days i tottering romance for the knife1 The Steelworkers Union plans to slay3ng uof a Personable fight issuance of such an injuncactress hcre on locatlon to makeup TO tion la movie Blonde LaJean Ethridge 26 Board chairman George W Tay BRACKETTVILLE Tex AP BERT BELL dies at 65 a hunting knife in her heart earlyI sistent public paessure for more the TaftHartley law said Sunday jult packed I Dl consumer goods has shown itself j in recent weeks The Soviet gov use the hearings to try to help management and labor reach a Morris Bothel Creekside R was kill Jed today when the larry he was operating overturned on a mine refuse pile in Ernest According to a report Bothel was operating the larry that was pushing a trailer loaded with refuse up the bony When the air lift side dump frailer was put into operation to clump the refuse the trailer went out of balance and overturned causing the car Bothel was in to upset too The deceased was pinned under the cab of the overturned car Officials said the accident occur red about 10 Bothel was operating the refuse cars between the tipple and the bony The deceased is survived by his wife Mrs Verna Lackey Bothel and two children William and Donald It is reported Bothel worked in the mines for most of his life He still resided on the family farm at the time of his death The body was removed to the Hill Funeral Home in Indiana A complete obituary will appear in tomorrows Indiana Evening Ga zette c men in her summer theater Be Active Leaders Teachers Bedecked in the pageantry of Adventures in ernrnent is seeking to meet it to voluntary agreement in some extent dayold strike Premier Nikita Khrushchev I the 90 troupe Witnesses told County PHILADELPHIA AP Bert Bell 65 whose Atty j boundless energy and aggressive made clear last week that his everything within the told think its our responsibility101111 JTobin she love ness lifted the National Football m everything within the limits i011 to th nan who stabbed her League to its greatest success jthe annual Indiana State Teachers College Homecoming ernment will continue pushing of our authority to settle this on tne Sunday of a heart attack Bell who had suffered a heart Sheriff John Shfeedy jailed diesattack in February collapsed ter Harvey Smith a slight while watching the Pittsburgh parade Saturday drew an estimated persons to with its said Taylor known as airoom floor jstreets of Indiana j scheme thus limiting the supply Ci I nrtmn VM of consumer some skilled arbiter of labbrmanage Col 1 The parade featuring 19 floats and 26 bands is promised through Indianas business section in a IVahour display of Some declaration on the subject and music may be expected at the meeting More than students from district high schools as beginning Oct 27 of the Supreme1 M treated as if they are The parade teraUcd a full day otte the Soviet parliament I Khrushchev set the tune when he Tl flDQ 140pounder from Hollywood on a JSteelersPhiladelphia Eagles game murder charge He was workingfin Franklin Field i in the film The ne was rushed to the nearby University of Pennsylvania Hospi was getting a better parti ta Wnere Dr Paul Schrode pro in the Sheedy said him dead after oxygen Turk Deadlockln UN Expected UNITED NATIONS KY AP as an extra events in publicly discussed consumer goods I ASBURY PARK AP was moving out on Smithjand adrenaline failed to r rijvifjp fnr tlio R4lh annual nuilieuommg CVeniS 111 yuunuiy uistusseu consumer gUOUS noourv I rj anc naa moving uui uiiiitoigng Dr Alonzo Myers chairman of the 1e 84in annuaJ1iCluded a Dramatic Show by theon his recent tour of Siberia Christopher Columbus learned in and the others He thought he revive department of higher education at college homecoming kNew York University declared A football game at College Me this morning in a keynote address morial Fied and halftime crown1 to more than teachers of Miss Nancy Mechling as tending the 20th annual CentralHomecoming Queen followed the Western Pennsylvania Education Parade I 1 Miss Mechling is a junior in Glee Club in Fisher Auditorium More Parade Photos Pages 12 13 He ordered a better supply of 1492 that discovering America can going to lose consumer goods to a very tiring thing Carl Pij Smith told questioners his mem no no cried his nation Security Council and The Assembly was expect ed to deadlock today in an election contest between Poland and Tur key for a seat on the Security Council The stalemate could last into next week or longer The Assembly scheduled secret voting today to fill three of the six nonpermanent seats on the li hentolhe the port on the Pacific which issano learned it Sunday lory was blank for several hoursJwag Algo hjg icebouad for three months a Pisano a makebelieve Columbefore and after the slaying In a speech he told his people bus attired in appropriate said to dress better and get away fronrtume fell into the Atlantic during Miss Ethridge known profes Mprhlinp i a inninr in HIP uicsa ucuci anu gci away iiuin LUUIC icu mtu iuc nucumv uuimgi imaa IXIIUYH Conference in Fisher Auditorium s He sajd the Soviet a pageant commemorating the sionally as LaJean Guye State Teachers College Indiana nasiums and the annual HomeUnion must produce more of America rented a house at Spof Teachers are among the betHemecommg princesses were Do ted educated members of their ores Fundrella secondary community and have an obligation Sn OP float i1 the parade was to their profession in the matter Llo sophomore fromentered Jy the Aft of the of being active citizens and See 12 Col 1 munity Dr Myers as serted We were not disfranchised by virtue of our becoming Professor Myers explained Some of us merely disfranchised our selves by failing to fulfill our ob ligations as citizens and Speaking on the subject gallons of a Profession the noted New York University Professor stated Teachers should work for1 the reduction of bigotry intoler ance and race prejudice in the community They should not be afraid to stand for what is mor ally correct and right even in the face of fierce opposition from Statusquo community Teachers should work for bet ter undejsfanding and cooperation with other Dr Myers continued The chance for world peace and our prospects for sur vival depend upon how well teach ers can do the job of bringing about better understanding and co operation among widely diverse Despite the fact some po liticians would like to have teach ers keep Dr Myers con tended nobody knows better than the teachers themselves what the needs for schools are Therefore should work for better schools and better opportunities or children and In the same vein the noted edu cator pointed out that teachers should woak for better salary schedules and improved working conditions in the schools In order to strengthen the pro Dr Myers ventured teachers should be helping to in terest promising young people in becoming teachers Teachers See Be 4 Col 2 the Country sumer goods of better quality and A Red Cross official fished the ford nine miles south 01 here 1959 Columbus out of the water after landing jobs in the film be lower price What perhaps is as See 4 Col 1 jhe was greeted by his two sons Bert 23 and Upton 21 Both were weeping All had been at the game Mrs Bell the former Frances Upton a onetime musical come dy star whom he married in 1934 important and he preceded to shore whereing produced by actor John wasi informed of her husbands See 4 Col 4 The Weather Clear and cold tonight with frost Low 27 to 32 Tuesday sun ny with little temperature change death by Bert Jr and Upton The Bells live in suburban Narberth Two Catholic priests the Rev John Walsh of St James Roman Catholic qhurch here and the Rev Joseph Marron of the Princeton seminary administered the last rites of absolution and ex treme unction Officials said Bell never See 4 Col 5 re Jeannette Girl 4 Dies In Accident LATROBE Pa AP A threecar smashup near this Westi onward and six seats on the 18nation Economic and Social Council Poland and Turkey are contest ing to succeed Japan whose two year term on tlie Security Council ends Jan 1 Ceylon was unopposed to suc ceed Canada as a British Com monwealth member and Ecuador was v the sole candidate for the LatinAmerican seat nowheld by Panama One contest also was listed for the Economic and Social Council between India and Japan to take the seat held by Pakistan Unop posed candidates were Brazil to succeed Mexico Denmark to suc ceed Finland and Britain Poland and the Soviet Union for reelec tion The ECOSCO terms also starting Jan 1 are for three years The rival Security Council as pirants were outwardly optimis tic but both expected consider able balloting Polish delegate Jerzy Michalow ski said he hoped his country would lead from the first ballot get in but we dont moreland County community Sun day night killed a 4yearold girl and injured five other persons in know after how many Seyfullah Esin of Turkey said he thought his country had a fair See 4 Col 3 Dairy Picketed 3 interest on Savings Accounts t First National Bank 50x PARADE part of the huge crowd that lined a Uamile parade route to view Indiana Stale Teachers Colleges Adventures in Color on Saturday afternoon Collegp authorities estimated that persons from Indiana Comity and the surrounding district thronged the route toview the 45unit parade Nineteen college floats and 26 bands participated in the line of march The event was capped with the presentation of the first place trophy to the Art Clubs Fall phulo by bipos eluding four members of her famj ily i The dead girl was Judith Mcji Cauley of Jeannette She was proj nounced dead of a fractured skull and a broken neck on arrival at Latrobe Hsopital Her father Mark B McCauley 24 driver of one car and her DV i mother Dorothy 22 were report j ed in serious condition at the same GREENVILLE Pa AP A j hospital small group of dairy farmers Two brothers Mark Jr 3 j again picketed the Greenville and Jacob 20 months were reDairy Co today They prevented ported in satisfactory condition j milk from being delivered to the Janet Davis 6 of Deny w a s plant treated and released The pickets are members of The accident happened at 733 Milk Producers Union intersection of Routes 30 and 981 which claims to represent 29 o about one mile south of Latrobe J34 dairy farmers in the State police said an auto driven jville area by Charles W Kalbfus 66 ofj Picketing started Saturday The Greensburg went through a traffic j dairy fanners seek company ret light which was out of operation jognition of their union and also iuid rammed the McCauley vehicle want higher prices for their milk moving east of Route 30 About 25 per cent of the plants The Kalbfus auto then struck a milk supply conies from car stopped on Route 981 waiting Jin the immediate area to cross the intersection The drivj A spokesman for the company er of the third auto was Ernest owned by Beverly Farms of Pitts R Davis 37 whose daughter was burgh declined comment on the injured in the crash dispute Ha said the plant was continuing to operate and ttvilk interest on Savings Accounts Was being shipped out at First National Bank 50x JIT 3 interest on Savings Accounts Party Tonight Catholic Center 50 at First National Bank   

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