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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Ait Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family have to find yourself first before you caw find the way to fame and fortune Volume 54 City EDITION Twenty Pages Indiana OcUber 16 1959 Two Sections Seven Csntt STEELWORKERS IN NEW PROPOSAL by Sipoa Drafting room of the new District 10 office building Park Martin Dedicates New District 10 Bldg Lawrence Optimistic On Sixties i Want Jointure White Twp Sticker Candidates For School Director Post Picked Park Martin Secretary of the Pennsylvania Depart ment of Highways today dedicated the new District 10 High way Office Building near Indiana j Secretary Martin along with District Engineer George A Robeson formally opened the new million and a half jdollar office and garage structure located just south of In diana on Route 80 PITTSBURGH rence glanced into the Situated on 27 acres of ground new building has been occu pied since Oct 5 It is the lar v 8est office building in Indiana day before the Pennsylvania fraper Publishers Assn and carnej Tne new office serves 35 the up with an optimistic forecast for center of operations of the state department in a fiye In the 1960s f visualize a called Quiz Rerun Better Than 1st Showing tern of vigorous municipal deve the n10st and lopment and face lifting all across offjce buildlne the Lawrence told the Secretary Martin spoke of 31st annual convention of tlie astremendous construction job sociation here The governor also predicted new progress in eliminating unemploy in Pennsylvanias depressed areas Whether we pull ourselves up by our own bootstraps or in con junction with a modicum of feder Edftors Note modern the chrrent congressional By JOE DONNELLY Editor We want our White Town ship secondary school stu dents to have a place to att tend school next This statement sums up the stand taken by the School j Action Committee last night as it selected a trio of stick er candidates to run in the November 3 election for White Township School Di rector The three men were select ed by the group that support continuation of the present secondary school jointure j contract with Indiana Boro and Armstrong Township and the immediate start of plans for the construction of a new senior high school building They pledged their support to the School Action Committees platform Approximately 500 per sons attended the meeting The trio of sticker candidates includes Robert Luedy manager of the United Door plant who is a Republican and resides at In diana 2 John B Lieb representative of the International Business Ma chines who is a Democrat and also resides at Indiana 2 C Merle Craig chief clerk in In the wake of Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal C MERLE CRAIG seeks reelection ROBERT LUEDY seeks school post JOHN B LIEB sticker candidate who is a Republican and re into fixed television quiz shows i sides on College Lodge Road tlie APs Saul Pett went into the files He is coniPeting a sixyear tremendous construction job the f term as a White Township school state highways department is dusted off a fllmed coPy of NBC s director doing in Pennsylvania among now defunct TwentyOne and pe which is the new road to be buift rused uSome witnesses before athe meeting by Attorney James Indiana and Homer City House subcommittee said they Moore of the SAC School Action nucleararmed David H Lawrence were coached by the shows staff Committee nominating commitits refueling the first state official to tour ln this light Pett found the prriteei recejved a standing the new local highway office build8ram even more fascinating than rom the overflow crowd These men when introduced at Extensive Fire Damage To Stutzman Residence Industries To Study Pact Offer WASHINGTON AP The Steelworkers Union to day made a new strikeset tlement proposal to the in dustry The industry said it would be studied The union proposal was ad vanced at the first session of new direct negotiations un dertaken at government prod ding This meeting broke up after about an hour and 45 minutes David J McDonald union pres ident confirmed at that time re ports of a new union proposal He declined to give its details The negotiators will meet again Saturday R Conrad Cooper chief indus try negotiator said that the un ion proposal would be studied Both Cooper said are endeavoring to reach an agree ment to settle this issue by col lective Wellplaced sources said that the union offer was a 21cent hour ly package over a twoyear con tract period It would provide for increased insurance pension and supple mentary unemployment benefits during the first year of the agree ment according to these reports and a wage boost in the second year There were unconfirmed reports that Kaiser Steel Corp was near agreement with the union to ac cept this proposal If so it would See 9 Col 6 Of 2 Planes Kills Four hpfnrp of1 a broad new base of job oppor tunities for Pennsylvania in the insos he added The governor attributed advan ces in these areas to unceasing efforts on the state and local vels with federal help He also credited growth of the nations population with improv ing Pennsylvanias outlook for the coming decade TV Network Wipes Out Quiz Shows By SAUL NEW YORK PETT the opin The meeting was opened by Ro HARDINSBURG Ky AP At B52 bomber andi tanker collided ovation Thursday night in a which lit the sky for 15Q miles Atj least four men were killed bert Cronk who presented a brief i Four members of the B52 crew DETROIT AP PENN caused extensive damage today to the second fljSor of the Harpld Stutzman house neac Lake Margtisloij Route 422 east of Indiana located on PennRun Firemenfrom Penn Run Indiana and Clymer respond ed to alarms about 11 a m after Mrs Stutzman discovered a fire in the pantry Mrs Stutzman at home alone with a baby attempted to call the fire company immediately upon discovering the fire but found that her phone was out of order She ran across the highway to the Margus Lake Motel where Mrs General Horak summoned Penn Run GM May Halt Auto Building sion networks ought to rerun the old quiz shows They could title the Find That Recent testimony about rigged shows handy answers and coached emotional responses give I the old quiz games resume of the Present high school were unhurt or suffered only mi tors may have to quit building firemen situation and then read a statei nor injuries They parachuted tocars by Nov 1 because of a lack He told the group that as it gether while refueling Horak and son Robert took now stands the several hundred series white Township students now at tending Indiana Joint High School See 9 Col 1 more excite NEW ORLEANS La than they held originally During he 60s Lawrence said Columbia Broadcasting System anj For example TwentyOne on the war babies of World War Hnounced Friday that it is the night of Dec 5 1956 It was will enter the 21 to 65 age group on this show that Herbert Stem These people he said who ere d ate the wealth and pay the taxes vision network will provide the touchstone osperity in the golden 60s for its tele pel according to his recent testi imony took his dive to Charles CBS President Frank Stantoivvan Doren the campus charmer made the announcement in a His downfall Stempel said was The association elected George speech prepared H Heintzelman copublisher of I Television News Mae Wests Video Show Postponed Four others were reported deaden progressive shutdowns laid off so farjand attempted to quell the blaze and four were The corporation has made no of It looked like the whole announcement on a quitting the whole was on A spokesman today said the said one witness Eliza of three weeks ago by sayj President John GM the will build cars through The Air Force would not what type nucjear weapon B52 carried It said there was stands danger of an explosion j This appears to be the situasisted by the presence of Lake The eightjet Strategic Air Comtion as reported mainly by injMargus which provided a ready in the Stutzman pantry They were unable to extinguish the flames Volunteers arid firemen carried out furniture from the first floor Firemen were forced to wear gas masks in order to enter the large wooden structure It is reported firemen were as mand bomber based at Columbus riustry sources I 1 Cl I uiiiiii IIIIT i i 1111 u ix i i 1111 i vy SAN FRANCISCO tanker for tlie Radio aVrplaiuied not men And thats men Directors scratch of his chin Air Force Base employes idle crew of eight The fourjet this weekend One assembly from the base had four plant at Framingham We are now convinced I have just studied the film of that that show Its fascinating Tins is the considered Mae West the Coatesville Record as presimeeting here dent Herman E Basehore publisher of the Meyersdale Regames whose mSjor appeal is the if both Van Doren and nien DesL publican was named vice presiwinning by contestants of large Were acting opinion she tine flight Columbus Air Force Base known dead is were on a quits tonight A ville goes at Janes Tuesday dent and Richard A Swank pubsums of money or lavishly Id have to give the nod to Van symD0 sex said there is a pos lisher of the Duncannon Record sive prizes ought not to be carDoren as the better actor He had sibe excePtion to her appraisal of was reelected secretary treasried on the CBS television netthe biggest emotional scenes male species urer work The dangexs inherent in the worried looks the knitted woud be the gentleman Highways Secretary Park H such programs as presently conbrows the chin scratching tlie W1D telephoned her in the Presi Martin told the association thatjceived have been highlighted for face patting the indecision the dentlal Sute tne St Francis increasing population plus addall to see and we do not believetension the anguish Hotel and informed her that CBS ed numbers of motor vehicles is that any system of policing pub On facepatting with a handkerlad canceled her appearance going to produce greater lems idevised can plug up all We shall he for hankypanky in tlie more cars more trucks morejprtxluition of the Stan ancl this in spite of the ton said said All parts manufacturing plants either closed or working reduced in Doren and aul 7E Thomasson 27 Probably will have to as StemDel imSSd Thursday the seemingly ageless Operator on the KC135 His wife stop ahead of any other division XL 1 T symbol of sex said there is a DOSis Mary E Thomasson 143 Hamlpossibly even before Oct 30 or private however Id say Van Doren was See 9 Col 4 fact that expenditures for road building will reach record Dance Fri night llcrtel Homer Drowns In River Martin said Pennsylvania mustMusic by George adopt a longrange construction Ian which envisions an annual xptndiliire ot 250 million dollars for kiddies from 2 to 4 adm 25c or 3 billions 12 The road he said should continue to bear the whole burden See 9 Col 7 scheduled for tonight on tele visions Person to Person show The show was taped earlier in her luxurious Hollywood apart imciH In it the famed show bus jiness star responded to questions Charles by Charles Collingwood subbing I is Mary E Thomasson 143 even before Oct 30 See 9 Col 3 See 9 Col IS supply of water Cause of the fire was not imme diately available The exact extent of the damage was not known by press time Surprises during Indiana Har vest Days at McGill Motors Inc 55x Stocking Rainbow Lake at Ern est Intersection with trout Satur day Oct 17 10 54x At Rustic Lodge Oct PITTSBURGH AP 54xH AFloyd 51 of Pittsburgh apparjfor Edward R Murrow ently drowned Thursday His body i She said a CBS official whose Congressman Indiana Roller Rink Sat Mat was found floating between she didnt catch told her O wil1 Ohio Congressman Top COP Fund Fete Speaker D Divans Astouhdecl By TV Shows NEW YORK Dr Bergen Evans the scholar who thought up the questions for the Question television quiz show says reports that the show was dishonest astounded him like it did most But he adds Im reserving judgment From my own knowl edge the producers were all honor able Evans a Northwestern Univer sity professor told a newsman Thursday he thought the show was as honest as it could The shows producers had to screen or test contestants to find out the limit of their he said They couldnt take their word that they were experts on certain Evans here on a visit indicated that knowledge of contestants weaknesses on certain sxibjects did help the producers They could sometimes eliminate contestants by posing questions in the weak areas he said but added Sometimes when the ratings were down and they waited to get rid of certain couldnt The contestants contestants they kept coming up with the right answers And sometimes when they wanted them to stay they couldnt The producers spent thousands of dollars to get Sir Winston Church ills son Randolph on the show as an English language expert He lasted exactly 35 seconds I knew the producers were very Evans explained that the pro ducers would pick category sub ejects and ask him for questions and answers His staff selected See Dr Page 9 Col 7 Frank T Bow be the principal Finance Unit OKs ISTC Sewage HARRISBURG AP Money o finance a sewage connection for ndiana State Teachers College was approved by the Senate Ap propriations Committee Thursday Tlif bill would give the borough o Indiana for construction oi a line from the college to a point in White where it will connect with the boroughs main sewer system Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON SAYS Drew Pearson says today that steel executives are split over the strike settlement See editorial page B MANAGER OF THE Al Lopez was naintd tlie American Lfague manager of the year See sports pages J4 and J5 Other Features docked barges on the Ohio parts of the show were sPeaker at the County Republican In Hollywood a Committee annual tundraising network spokesman termed them banjluet at Rustic LodSe Oct 23 as too hot to rhe dinner is sched 1 just cant imagine why as themajor campaign rally would cancel the Mae lhe San Francisco newsmen Congressman Bow a lawyer when he called from is known as one the most Dynamic speakers in he has been gentleman said that he hoped I wouldnt be dis appointed Well of course but Congress Where Im sure my public will be more seJvinS hls constituents since 1950 Sheriff Paiil W Jeffries county Cburcl Mirror Comics 1617 Oblluarlrt 45 1819 UotpiUl WEATHER 6 IS IV Badlo 12 In her place tonight will be MivGOP chairman said today and Mrs James Mason film folkj Heading committee in charge Mrs Mason commented My of tlcket 1S Ben liusbahd will be delighted to vlce I can stand in for Mae She said lickels maV obtained Mae said the cancellation was a from Republicans as well See Page 9 Col 8 as county candidates Reserva i lions should be made not later Indiana Roller Rink College ithan Wednesday Oct 21 Eagles Quintet Saturday Oct 55xE Cloudy and windy with scattered showers tonight Low 41 k 50 Variable cloudiness breezy and cool Saturday High 47 to 56 Students showing every Sat night I D card 40c A native pf Canton Congress 54x man Bow entered tlie legal pro fession in 1925 and was a war Dance tomte Medoras Clymer i corespondent with Oluos lain New St Francis FRANK T BOW GOP speaker ous 37th Division in the South Pa cific during World War II In 1947 he was requested by the Republican leadership of the PrGSJClGnt 80th Congress to go to Washington as general counsel of a committee LORETTO Pa Fran investigating publicity and propacis College of Loretto and the ganda j College of Steubenville in Ohio He is the author of the well have new presidents known Harness Reports on the The Rev Kevin R Keelan subject of State Medicine is the new head at Steu During his first term in the He had been president at Congress Bow was a member ofist Francis the Interior and Insular Affairs The Rev Columba J Devlin Committee of the House of is the new president of St resetUatives and also was on Francis Father Devlin had been several subcommittees He was reelected to the CongJess in 1952 and is now servnounced Thursday by the Very ing on the Appropriations ComRev Adrian J M mittee and in the subcommittees minister and provincial erf t h of State Justice Sacred Heart Provioce of St Fran and Legislative Judiciary cis He is a member of the First Presbyterian Church Elks Indiana Roller Rink fam Navy League and the Stark Counily skates for Jl tonight ChUdiea ty Ohio Historical Society i under 12 35c 84x executive vice president there 83rd Both appointments were aa   

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