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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Erery Member of tha Family There are lets of people who Wtc thcif tongues hi half still have plenty left Volume No 52 Fortysix Pages Dayton Man Killed Mishap Occurred At 3 a City County j flr EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday October 14 1959 Three Sections Seven Cents In Highway Accident Near Yalier NFLATION OR ELSE VALIER A 48yearoldj tayton auto salesman died when his auto skidded out of control on Route 210 upset on an embankment and then rolled back onto its wheels Dead of a fractured skull is Dean Seanor The fatal accident occurred at 3 a m on Route 210 about four miles south of Punxsu gtawncy Trooper Francis J Bozic of the Pitnxsutawney State Police sub station said Seanor was north bound on Route 210 at the time of the mishap He said skid marks on the high1 way indicated Seanors auto went out of control skidded on the pavement rolled over on its roof and skidded upside down along ani embankment T The auto finally came to rest on the highway on its wheels Seanor was the only person in the car Russell Gardner Indiana Counj ty Coroner said Seanor died of a skull fracture He also sustained lacerations of the face and body i Rail Merger December I CHARGED Van Doren Awaiting Subpoena NEW YORK A U niarshal awaited only a tele IpHone call today to complete arrangements to serve a subj jppena on Charles Van Doren jto testify in a congressional into fixed TV quiz shows Marshal Thomas J jtyld newsmen the JqUiz winners attorney Carlj iJf Rubino had promised to jarrange a time and place for serving the document j j jLunney smilingly greeted a corps of newsmen at his office the remark Wheres Char Mils i Then lie said he and the attor ney had conversed JLunney said he personally would serve the subpoena calling upon UAW president Walter Reuthcr s borne on the iVan Doron to testify Sub shoulders of his supporters follpwing his rceleciion at Atlantic City yesterday ashead of the giant union AP Wircphoto WASHINGTON new lyapproved merger of the Nor folk Western and Virginian Rail first such action by the Interstate Commerce Commission in modern probably be come effective Dec 1 Merger of the coal car rying systems was approved Tues day The action was hailed im mediately by Stuart T Saunders Happy Birthday Ike Sang By Students ippenas ordinarily are served by i deputies 1 Doren arrived here Tues after a weekend in New Eng land amid a furor over his where abouts The investigating subcom njiittees chairman Rep Oren T arris has charged he ducked the subpoena It was de jliveied to federal autliorities here 1 1 uesday i The Subpoena presumably calls ifpr Van Dorens be Abilene High School pupils fy16 the House Legislative Over ABILENE I AJIL AtVv i nwo v 4 en l r J President Eisenhower his oldhome town for the returnTe lnq trip to Washington todayf DAUGHTERBUKN AFTER ANOTHER DIESMrs Dorothy McCauJey 22 of Jeannette holds president of the who fixed man OLIIUUI t J uums lanS HaPPy Birjhday Ike as their most famous alumnus sgllt subcommittee Nov 2 when hei daughter born Monday in Latiobe Hospital Mrs McCauley gave birth to the girl loss than 24 hours after she was injured in a threecar crash The crash killed her 4year oJd daughter in reCeSS Wi mile system operating in Dorens lawyer Carl T statesVirginia West This was the 69th birthday of the President who TueslUino said the young TV per Oliio Kentucky Maryland and day broke ground for the library which will house his presisonality would accept the subpoei North Carolina It will have total dential and military naoers uJ Assets of and rank The nations largest coal carrier The ICC presently has before it I nPGG I 3 IP one other proposal for merger of two major Erie and A JLjLA Lackawanna If approved Erie Lackawanna as the new road would be called would be the Judith and injured her husband and two sons Mrs McCauley does not know her Judith was killed Near Armagh n VVKVI tllt iitHVUfVW as soon as its delivery can be i Eisenhower took off by RUDmo sajd Van Doren jler at a m on a 22mile hop to Schilling Air Force Base near Salina where he boarded his jet See Van 14 Col 6 plane for the flight to Washington liad just learned about the sub could not evade a subpoena British Plan Better German Relations Brush Fire Burns Out Many Acres The jet left Schilling at Pth largest in the nation Tlie President got plenty of IVI11K Ull IOH LONDON is planning a major diplomatic LOS ANGELES The Virginian railroad will lose birthday cakesone Tuesday and u j drive to improve relations with West Germany after seven1 fire fanned by strong its identity in the merger api ARMAGH Three persons are MoTof Rial Ai rTee of Wickering with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer i swarmed across Arroyo Seco proved Tuesday The new road Misted in fair condition in the fe j between London and Bonn have been franktyjyon today pouring aeres muuamg rne bad since Prime Minister Harold Macmillan journeyed toi TW1 11 i Industrys Statement In Hearing WASHINGTON AP The striking Steelworkers Union gives the country only i two alternatives the indus trys chief negotiator charged jtoday another inflationary I wage increase in steel or go jwithout R Conrad Cooper who has jheaded the industrys negoti lating team throughout the 92 strike defined this as the j unions position in a state jment prepared for a White jHouse factfinding board j Plain hogwash is what Coo jper called the unions contention jthat the real issue in the strike I Is the companies desire to break jthe union i Coopers statement pounded again and again at what the in jdustry calls the danger of infla Ition if a large wage increase is igranted j It was the industrys day in I court before the inquiry board which has heard the union present its side for the past day and a half t The board must report the j facts of the strike tb President i Eisenhower by Friday The Prcsk idefit then deciles whether to askv for a Act which would halt the strike for an 80day cooling There are two basic and ileaiv cut issues in this G6K jper said whether the companies submit to the unions rule demands for another in jflationary increase in wages and benefits in theface of the intense jand steadily increasing comperi tion which confronts our industry i both at home and abroad and Second whether the nevv agreements will permit reasona ble latitude in the management of the business in the interest of im and economy of oad will be known as Western r MWUJ UiVIUUJIIti LUt LJullU i Lee Hospital in Johnstown with was clustered around the hotel GREENVILLE Pa AP Union President David J Mc H Col 2 of Local I Wi I w fciAvtW 114 4 J W WI A W V i J I prosee Nikita Khrushchev in Moscow last February at the Sf and rngi KQ foothill communities north of Los viUi was ciusterea aroiuw the hotel1 t cno injuries they received yesterday this morning As the President U1 uucai IM milK W1C i foothill i The Virginia operates 608 miles afternoon in a twocar crash two came out the door two sisters ucers Union are free under height ot crisis Macmillan went without first coniAngeles each todav Dcndin a suiting Adenauer The east side of the fire which M f n j ailcluuun a iwocar crasn two came out tne aooi two sisters r road between Norfolk and miles north of Armagh on Route ducked under a rope hoidi eacli today pending a hear ipwater W a eo on assnult thatWPVP tlle Cr0wd and made an H Col Miss Elma Davis 17 Homer L School of Deepwater W Va The folk and Columbia and Cincinnati branches from to Durham i A from Roanoke Va to Hagersj Robert Davis Citv ActJOH MeetlnQ town MdL and WmstonSalemJ L f d kj H C and from Walton toinjuries of the face lac V orations Under the agreement the ginian will be merged with Each share of common stock will be exchanged for 55 of a share of common stock The will also issue 6 cent par value cumuli preferred stock with voting the shoujcler on assault charges that were jfjiled in connection with picketing if the Greenville Dairy Co William Diamon of Guys Mills D 2 president of the local and Seward Plant SEWARD Pa AP The th of the local s Now the British leader has orhas consumed raged dered his experts to get crackingto within miles of the Caltech on a program to restore relations1 jet propulsion laboratory a key between the two countries He hasspace research center But the U1B lcllt LCICV431im snow given the task top priority laboratory was not considered inscandal is making citizens wary Each government has its J Consumers Skeptical PITTSBURGH AP State Atty Gen Anne X Alpern says the current television quiz show immediate danger of consumer nation tor the strains and stresses However the wind shifted thelfields toward Altadena a small e fraud m other Pennsylvania Electric Co plans to build a 45 million dollar plant this Westmoreland County comexisting between them Diaze toward Altadena a small Speaking at the Mth annual con 1 has tended to blametown north of Pasadena The firejference of the National Institute press which he suswas about IV mjles from Altaof Municipal Law Officers Tues ik jday night Miss Alpern said the once described as Flames lit the slategray hillsaverage citizen is extraordinari erlooking the Rose Bowl in Pasly alarmed by discloure that quiz Macmillan and his associates j aclena south of the blaze programs were rigged Ihave been inclined to find fault i Two fiery fingers of the southj She said the disclosures have to be exchanged for basi 2 basis 2 the fnd higher prices for farm New Bridge At Schenley Officials report that the Davis family were riding in a car op erated by Edward Postdate of Waterman Mrs Halaburda was an occu pant of a car operated by Joseph Halaburda 38 Homer City 1 j State Police from the Indiana substation report the Ppstgate and HARRISBURG AP A approaching bridge over the curve Creek at Schenley was added to An estimaled dama8e re Republican details WSSion of ate from Guv Lawrences pro bkl at FKwnVuSvntehi Police said the accidenl Z conference commitposed budget was sssrsi jfyj J2JS here bs c Aae Hiked rlhf r imp it ninnninfprf XHC IIXCU nniirife i j gldius lo some 4UU htdle dld to schools He ever to accept an additional Luumt districts referred to two different for Philadelphia Democrats ottered a final settle Democrats urged the GOP to each one costing about 70 million1 They also balked at restoring GOP Democrats In GiveandTake Reach Pa Budget Compromise At Odds On Spending Policies damaged several homes that the consumer dollar is not The La Canada home of wealthy receiving what it should be re conlractor Guy F Atkinson was ceiving Consumer skepticism is at See 14 Col 7 its highest i Miss Alpern received the insti Surprises during Indiana Hartutes achievement award vest Days at McGill Motors i 55x CoralGraceton Fire Co party Inside The Gazette DREW IKARSON A Tennessee preacher tells how he was eoaditd show Read Dresv Pearson on editorial page 8 on a TV At the same time it pinpointed Dock Hollow and Kiskiminetas Junctions as the locations for the PARIS French guv eminent decided today that on spending policies to the adopt the ad m Tn i s irationphn million dollars in urban renewal jv mt au in i u i a it a LlUIl pi a II new Allegheny bridge yearolds are too young to see Senate Republican caucus on a which would stagger the effect ofr Either of the programs he said i funds he changes wore made m a some of Frances more daringigiveandtake basis school aid cuts Under it no school1 would require new taxes unless1 partisan cimmSee MoSof bill aulhonzniK construction of the him productions The minimunv i hey ottered to accede to GOP district would receive in 190061 Senate Republicans unbottled theiuoud BO to PhiladelDh H bridge outside the borough of age was raised to 18 Films arejdemands to prohibit creation of less than 75 per cent of what it Housepassed sixmill tax on own1 were prt Under the 1957 Enabling rated by the government any further state aided county will have been paid in 195960 50 irship of stocks and bonds Itto the conference committee for a health units ana U require payper cent in 1H61B2 and 25 per cent would raise about 55 million dofurther try at a compromise The Act the bridge was to be built in the borough Eagles Party every nite Annual Congregation meeting meilt of stale to hospitals for rein i n r and election tonight Oct Hth 8 habilitation and other special ser Rep Stephen McCann Demo Some million dollars of the eral ApwoDriltions B Pa1 on a aaual leader unveiled the 51 million cut by the Sen See 14 Col J SEEK NEW Tlie National Football League is soarifhiug for a suceossof to Bert Bell See sports pages Jti 28 and 29 Other Features AUddiut Business Mirrur 41 I dllotul Obituaries U IS I Uuild ludnjr It WKATHBH t Cloudy and cool tonight aud Thursday with on Thursday Low tonight near 40 High tomorrow 62 lo J3 White Township Residents At White Township Residents Ati Wliite Township Residents At tend school action commiiUu tend school action 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