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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Every Member of the Family wto tWnJs the worid otm them ft Hvittf have enough energy to collect Volume 53 EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday October 15 1959 DIRECT STEEL He Died Laugh Says ng Pal VANCOUVER B C AP matinee idol Errol Flynn one of the last of the gallant screen greats of two decades ago was dead today in this Bri fish Columbia metropolis He was 50 i Flynn grown paunchy and graying but still exudingi charm was stricken Wednes y night in an apartment vhere he had dropped in for a drink He apparently died of a heart attack An autopsy was planned Fly mis lite ended in surround ings he liked best with good liquor and a beautiful young pro tege HE ACCEPTS Charles Van Doren TwentyOne quiz hero will tell his story before a House subcommittee investigat ing rigged shows when it recon venes Nov 2 The 33yearold Columbia University English professor has denied that he was I r lie Moments before he had been the assisted in any way in winning p nf Tlion Ko tno nnn i Accepts Van Doren Remains MumOnVideoQuiz Prior To Testimony NEW YORK really did not know of the great interest you had in me until here I am to day which is as soon as it was humanly possible for me to meet with you It was Charles Van Doren speaking The 33yearold English instructor appeared in public Wednesday to accept a subpoena to testify Nov 2 before a House subcommittee Copter Finds Girl Safe In on the show life of the party Then he com plained of back pains and lay in the bedroom Dr Grant Gould in whose apartment he was visiting examined Flyun and had him remain quiet after adminis tering adrenalin Police reports said the doctor had stepped out of the room for a moment and when he returned the actor was pale and his breath ing suddenly stopped HARRISBURG Re Ihe doctor tried mouth breathpublican controlled Senate has GOP Fights Off Gas Tax Hike Proposal on subcommittee has heard testimony that NBCs now defunct TwentyOne show the program oit which Van Doren scored heavily was rigged The subpoena issued last Fri day summons Van Doren to tell how he won on 14 appear ances in 195657 At a tumultuous news confer a swampland eight hours after a furloughed mental patient abduct was so K by the events of the previous days that he took a weeks leave from his teaching ed her in his car r at Columbia Un versitv and Ernest Bordenave 22 oMiad been on a trip to New Ens suburban Gretna said he did not land to gather my thoughts know he picked up frail Lona Van Doren reading from a Anne Robertson on her way tojhandwritten statement on For Strike Settlement Before Use of TH Law Ordered By President Humphrey UAW ESCAPES FIREActor Dennis Morgan smilingly shows his bare feet m La Canada Calif He didnt have time to put on shoes when forced to flee from a brush fire threatening hun dreds of residents in the area NEA Telephoto Battle To Restore Torn Off Girl But he refused to di ds rney it the NJ head erf President Eisen on the steel strike urged sunie direct negotiations agreement before Sunday The nation wants a settlement soon of the damaging Taylor lectured both sides i He said that if they are unable to reach agreement by negotia tion they should consider subi mitting their differences to Q tration or a decision by outside Wh rOutlCS neutrals Firsts R Conrad Cooper U ATLANTIC CITY aid replied fliat they preferred iMlnn today endorsed political negotiations rather than arbitralgoals of the United Auto Work jars and attacked the Eisenhower i am in the mood to bargainadministration as collectively to try to reach ansiow vatn McDonald said notnow veto In a speech prepared for the UAW convention Humphrey said the union has hammered out a magnificent forwardlooking pro gram including a strong civil rights proposal We must have a meaningful civil rights he said Humphrey was the third Demo cratic senator considered a pros Cooper similarly said that the industry frowned on arbitration and wanted to negotiate its settle ment Taylor in a summary of how the panel viewed the case so far said there are two main road blocks thwarting a settlement He said these are the work rule changes demanded by the indus to promote operat ing the matter benefit increases she said she kncw where the refused to discuss hishandiwork of God UHU uiuuin controlled Senate has sne saia Sl1e Kncw where the out he refused to discuss hishandiwork ing until an mhalator squad could j fought off a Democratic wasand l told her I would quiz show earnings in advance ofi Christina but it was no use revive a proposal to increaseldrlve her aiere Bordenave told1 his scheduled appearance ina Flynn and his latest the state tax on gasoline by He 4 Col 7 Residents Evacuated In Brush Fires rent a gallon The Republicans outvoted When she saw we were going way she became Washington The subpoena issued last Fri him to tell LOS ANGELES officers Sheriffs The Republicans outvoted the wrong ay she became dav summons him to tell how he Democrats Wednesday on a but had a knife andWO11 on NBCs now de to force the Senate Finance Comthreatenei her I didnt want tolfunct TwentyOne show in 195657 mittee to send the Housepassed hear ner j Rep Oren Harris measure to the floor His car ran out of gasoline and chairman of the investigation had I h ft n It i j J ir Q i to send the Housepassed measure to the floor The resolutions to bring out the increase to six cents a gallon and hear her scream His car ran out of gasoline and he abandoned U When I parked T made her get See Van 4 CoL2 harvest Monday 4 TJ u 1 W3S mutilated her swinging pony tail during the A Blackfoot doctor kept her alive and after telephoned in structions from LatterDay Saints Oren Harris Hospital here preserved the of the investigation hadjrippedoff skin in a gallon of salt1 l Acquit Man 0 IJUVA i JppCUU charged Van Doren with dodgingsolution the strikers The panel is to make a report to Eisenhower on Monday Once it delegates Sen Stuart Symington of Missouri spoke Wednesday and Sen John Kennedy of Massachu tf ib ixtiiiiicviy reports the way will be cleared setts spoke Monday fn n m i L i a ttllUJil clllQ 4 fct1 onecent increase on other of the car with he said quid fuels failed 2024 Stephen McCann House Democratic leader conceded after I went into the woods Later a clump of comment on whether Deputies had spotted the car Lenas started evacuating c dents in the lower end of Arroyo te vote that tne gas tax went Seco Canyon as a foothill brush was dead this session llPr fire today moved toward suburban Jleclinctf comment on wli communities north of Los mocrts would out of com1 The fire believed caused by a bl to raise auto reckless flip of a cigarette has fees from to covered about acres of wai Very penny we sPend On high tershed along a 30mile i The blare is about a mile Sen Charles R town of Altadena north floor leader Pasadena Tins was on the southfj Very dollar we Put P esstern front of the flames returns three told her to be quiet A little D later 1 saw police looking at my bOITy car iMurder Trial CHELSEA Vt 0 schoolbag and VehlCl6v arrested raincoat vc on nign Boats two planes a helicopter ways returns to us many times bloodnounds and horses were used Onu 111 CfTMQC rnn A PHn seriously scores of searchers On the northern perimeter the blHze made another major break through as it seared 500 acres of Wciner contended that such pro Keystone Road and Christine and her scalp were flown to the hospital In a hour operation the ears upper and lower right eyelids and eyeWelch ofx Newbury was acquitted brows were removed from the of murder today by a directed ver scalp and attached to her which ended Vermonts vigi Ireland Doctors hope the rich abdomin lailte trial veteran Irish star of al blood will nourish them until was reported Uiey can be grafted back in place today m a Dublin In addition skin nursing home The hospital declined to any information about the condiJtion Judge Natt L Divoll Jr told the he and the two side judges tion of the 71yarold actor be he was resting quite But close friends SANTA MONICA Calif Said illness is sen all SP t u and doctors were examin sa Jety tu Vermont law sit witn had concluded unani case should be ended The combine stripped Chrisat thls after defense had See 4 Col 3 rested wfhout calling a witness Judge Divoll explained to the jurors that the court first denied a defense motion for a directed verdict but decided to order one John renewed motion filed after DERRY Pa However GOP senators represseph See OOPPage 4 Col 4 fifth son Although the winds had sided in the fire area prospects for controlling the blaze still re dim One county fire captain said It looks like itll take a couple nf days at least We havent had much rain at all the last few years and Ive never seen the brush so dry This stuff doesnt ex Only a few homes had been diiiMged since the fire broke out along Angeles Crest Wighway above the foothill suburb of La Canada But flames were only a mile or so from other ex pensive homes today and a burst of the whismical wind could putj them in genuine peril jof Highways win otticially persons are expected to Families wore standing by for cate s new million dollar DisUend open housp s possible evacualion of headquarters here tomori In addition to Terrace an area above the com row afternoon at 2 Martin and District in F inanity of La Crescent a and aboutary Highways Park Martingineer Robeson tomorrows list of 15 miles north of come from Harrisburg to dedication guest includes1 n as aer kovitch 42 of Derry was killed defense counsel Henry Black an wqod last May for a vacation was admitted to the nursing home two or three days ago FI ucj i y nlllcU Wednesday night when his pickup Inounced truck swerved off the Derry would present no testi Million Dollar Highway Building Set New District 10 Headquarters Open House Friday Blairsville road and plunged over Welch 46 a school janitor was an embankment near this Westmfucted along with Frank W moreland County Community Carpenter 43 for the slaying of Orville A Gibson 47 prosperous i Newbury dairy farmer Carpenter was not on trial with Welch He is scheduled for a sep arate trial Atty Gen Frederick M Reed suddenly rested the states case Wednesday after getting in evf dence of two key witnesses against Several hundred persons in cluding actor Dennis Morgan driven from their homes above la Canadu Tuesday night The mansion of con tractor Guv F Atkinson was listed as r0 per cent lost and sev eral oilier homes were less seri ously damaged Southeast of La Canada the fire was headed toward Altedena hove Pasadena but homes there f Pennsylvania District 10 serves Armstrong lunipike Commission and chairButler Clarion Jefferson and In I 1 Indiana County Demodiana Counties The new head p Logan quarters section including the In for tlie government to turn to the courts and ask for an order di recting that the striking workers go back to work for an 80day cooling off period See For 4 Col 6 Clergymens Confidences HARRISBURG AP A new law signed by Gov Lawrence Wednesday affirms the right of clergymen to refuse to testify con cerning any information given them in confidence The governor noted that clergy men have rarely if ever been required to divulge confidential in formation But he said the act spells out their immunity Other bills signed by the gover nor will Exclude the registration of sta tion wagons as commercial vehi cles no matter for what purpose they are used and set a regis tration fee The normal passenger car fee is Previously a sta tion wagon could be registered either as a passenger or commer cial vehicle The hill is to eliminate to stamines have shut down since 1950 And even if the coal could by be produced we the problem of Besides civil rights Humphrey singled out for approval several other measures ma political ac tion program adopted by vention including federal aid to education increasing the mini mum wage to and medical care for old people He said Eisenhower has be come so accustomed to vetoing bills in Congress he thinks he can veto anything he feels like in eluding a strike by American workmen to get a little more of the steel dollar out of profits and into The Presidents veto of housing legislation was a heartless ie said adding But I guess the people he associates with dont See 4 Col 2 Wartime Coal Output Under Needs WASHINGTON leading spokesman for the coal industry said today that because of the in dustrys depressed condition it is doubtful it could duplicate its World War II production record Joseph E Moody president of ion wagons depending on how they were registered Authorize Second Class some miracle townwould still e pro to levy wage taxes for the transporting he added time first time providing the levy not already being imposed gram Jdmes not in immediate danger s were alxwt a mile from Calterhs Jet Propulsion Labora torv hut the space research fa cility was not in jeopardy Young Adult Dance Every Fri riiv Newman f enter 12th Indiana 53x Eagles Party tomte lliurs tfx The general public is invited to attend outdoor ceremonies at Dis trict 10 hegdquurters two miles south of Indiana on Route SO lm mediately following the brief ded ication program District 10 will hold open house in the afternoon and evening Refreshments willi be served District 10 Engineer George A Robeson 523 School Street Inrfi ana said today the dedication program complete with fhe Indi ana State Teachers College ROTC Band will be held outdoor weather permitting Inclement weather will move the program into the maintenance sections giant North Garage Directional i markers will he displayed over the entire District 10 area for the convenience of the public A dei GEORGE ROBESON District 10 engineer of Indiana County vice Honorable H E Pepper mayor jof the City of Butler Preston E Busch chairman of the Armstrong County Democratic Party Bruce j Milliron chairman of the leffor son County Democratic Party and Thomas J Tiberi Butler County and E M Switzer Clarion Coun ty Democratic Party chairmen About 40 distinguished guests are scheduled to attend a j prededication luncheon in the Indiana Elks Club on South 13th Street j ExGovernor George M Leader came here on Aug 20 1958 to break ground for the new high ways headquarters which was i completed on Sept 5 1959 Governor David L Lawrence was Pennsylvanias first chief executive to officially District 110 when he toured the headquar Iters on October 7 1959 i Countv Maintenance section COVe2acrP and houses 479 See 4 Col 1 One was Dr John H Hook who testified he recognized i In PV DlH It two of the three or four persons Y l he saw in a car parked near Gib sons farm Dec 31 1957 shortly before Gibson left his house to start his days work in his barn Gibson never was seen alive again Dr PerryHooker said he recog i in the drivers seat as Frank W Carpenter 43 the other man indicted in the Gibson murder Carpenter is to be tried later The other key witness was 11 Chester L Nash who headed the state police investigation Nash testified that Welch was interviewed two days after Gib sons trussed body was found in the Connecticut River Surprises during Indiana Har vest Days at McGill Motors Inc Young Adult Dance Every Fri day Newman Center 12th Maple Indiana 53X SEC PARK MARTIN dedication speaker Dance Fn night Hotel Homer Music by George Pollock 54xH Zenith G E Sylvama transistors up H green stamps Rogers Jewelry E tfx is Moodys views were in a state by ment prepared for a joint con jgressional economic subcommittee which is looking into the nations energy resources and considering the need for a study of a national DALLAS Tex senice fuels station in southeast Dallas County Such a said is is known as the U Do It to a disaster if body did it Tuesday night The war should cut foreign fuel sup owner reported the loss of three plies Indiana Inside The Gazette HAL BOYLE Mom dad and the kids will want to read Hal Boyles column today on page 6 Some of the teenage remarks strike a iamihar note BRAVEBOBCAT Indiana and Blairsville high schools meet Friday night on the Blairsville gridiron IS and 19 See details of the contest on snorts Other Features M 3 23 EtUtoritl timp Mirror CUtsifiedi Comic zo31 WEATHER FORECAST Considerable cloudiness and cool tz Society 4 World 14 u tonight Low tonight 35 to Variable cloudiness and slightly warmer Friday   

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