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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family A man may be smart enough to read His wife tike a book but can he shut her up Volume 55 City County EDITION Twelve Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday October 17 1959 Telephone HO Seven Cents GEN GEORGE MARSHALL Secret Steel Meeting Set Industry Leaders In Confab NEW YORK AP Steel industry Jeaders kept secret today the place of a meeting that could decide the outcome of the 95day steel strike They had been expected to meet in the WaldorfAstoria Hotel at 10 a m to consider a union compromise offer But at that hour none had ap peared There was no immediate announcement as to where they would gather The meeting was to have taken place in the Waldorf suite of Homer president of Bethlehem Steel Co The leaders representing 12 ma jor steel companies were seen leaving the Park Lane Hotel short py before 10 a m They strolled alongPark Avenue as though heading for the Waldorf But they switched their plans and never ar rived there The union was reported to have put before the industry leaders a scaleddown proposal calling for See 3 Col 5 Litte St TRAPPED HORSE FREED This riding horse named Beauty was trapped for three hours when its legs slipped through the ties of a railroad trestle near Port Huron Mich After a crane failed to free the animal volunteers used manpower to lift Beauty to safety unhurt Ezra Eye 16 had borrowed Beauty from owner Maynard Yale and was leading the animal across the trestle when the horse slipped AP Wirephoto Discredited LINCOLN England Church of England is officially discrediting the 7centuryold leg end of Little St According to the legend Jews crucified an 8yearold boy in 1255 res an insult to Jesus Christ Many Jews were arrested and executed The boys body was buried in Lincoln Cathedral and a shrine erected Kitchen Knife Surgery Works ARCADIA Calif doc tor used a kitchen knife for emer ency chest surgery to save a mans life Percy Knight 52 is doing well at Methodist Hospital He suf fered a heart attack while being examined by Dr William B Wai ace who said the man appeared to have died The physician took a kitchen mife opened the chest cavity and massaged the heart for more than an hour until Knight could be re moved to the hospital Steel Strike Causes Auto Uncertainties GEN GEORGE C MARSHALL dies at 78 Two Sides Shown By Editors note This is the first of three articles on Gen George C Marshall dead now after a long life of much service some glory and a share of WASHINGTON a DETROIT its CQtt on the fc d rm nsin rt n of 1958 art Army band played some marching tunes for the aged DEAD World Leaders Paying Tribute To Leader Of US Forces During WWII WASHINGTON leaders paid tribute to day to Gen George C Marshall who guided Americas arm ed might in World War II and created the postwar Marshall Plan to safeguard free nations against communism Marshalls death Friday at Walter Reed Army Hospital brought expressions of sorrow and loss from all over the country and many capitals of Europe The general had suf fered a stroke last Jan 15 at his winter home in Pinehurst N and was brought to Walter Reed March 11 US Aid increases Arms ut In W Germany BONN is on the increase in West Germany and American money and technical almost by giving it a bigboost Just how far it will go remains to be seen U S government officials say they are watching the development with interest and some concern Swiss Make Compact Army Tank The Defense Ministry says it has no desire to see a major arms in BERN Switzerland grow up again in Germany Little St Hugh became rethat youve seen the compact adcls ll can do anvtmng to garded as a Christian martyr The legend was the subject of ballads and was mentioned in Chaucer A framed notice above the tomb recounted the story Now the notice has been taken Church officials now describe Little St Hugh as merely a child buried in the cathedral without special significance A new notice will bear this in scription prevent Americans from spending maxjj their money where and how they wish American and German industri meet the compact tank This weapon combines a mum of mobility and armed pow er with a minimum of weight Its planners and makers say it is betalists agree that armsmaking is ter suited than any other known not the major concern of Ameri type of tank to wage war in the mountainous territory of this Al pine republic The project of the compact tank officially the PZ58 dates back eight years when the Swiss mil itary worked on the first blue Trumped up stories of rituprints It was built by Switzer al murders of Christian boys by Jewish communities were com mon throughout Europe during the Middle Ages and much later Tl lands 10 biggest engineering con cerns It is designed to defend this Al pine republic against an aggres can investors here Bing Sees Sons Night Club Show HOLLYWOOD Cros by saw his sons nightclub act shortage pinch turning into an ac tual squeeze the auto industry faced huge uncertainties today On the one hand was General Motors reduced car production with its manpower layoff at the mark GM has not prom ised production beyond Nov 1 In addition the fate of an early October sales boom for the new 1960 model cars was in question The industry has enjoyed its highest sales in five years in the new model introduction period aided by weektoweek production increases General Motors largest of the manufacturers remains the hard est hit Neither Fond nor Chry sler others of the big has reported serious setback yet Overnight however Chrysler made its first cutback It will close its Imperial model plant one day next week Imperial will close on Monday but will operate the other four days of the week Of the numerous states where the industry builds automobiles Michigan has been the worst suf ferer in layoffs from the steel walkout The State Employment Security to the Indiana CountyJail Commission said that Michigans j awaiting court action on a charge layoff total mostly auto workers of larceny according to State Po is expected to reach by the general It was his birthday There had been 77 before this There would be no more George Catlett Marshall first heard the brassy bands and ca dence drums sound out those live ly airs when he was a shavetail lieutenant of infantry wearing a broadbrimrned Army campaign hat no medals on his chest That was before three wars two cabinet a briel flurry of controversy in later life When the Army band came to Pinehurst from Ft Bragg to play a birthday serenade illness and See Two 3 CoL Z Perhaps no man of his time had been called great by so many of his countrymen as George Catlett Marshall Three presidents Truman and revered his awesome abilities as a soldier statesman and diplo mat He led the gigantic war machine of the United States as Army chief of staff throughout World War II Tehn in the evening of his life he was recalled to duty as secretary of state and again dur ing the Korean War as secretary of defense For his formulation of the Mar Plan which bolstered free nations of the West with massive economic aid from America Mar shall was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953 President Eisenhower Marshalls death a cause for pro Britons Owe 3 Johnstown Youths Held On Larceny Three Johnstown youths are con ehd of the month There are now an estimated But a German official said for the first time Friday night who can say where arms produc tion begins and He slipped quietly into the Moulin Rouge to catch the early Worked 60 Yrs At Some Plant LOCKHART AP In The statement came from of dolf Richter director of the stockGary PhjHip Dennis and market division of the influential ej and claPPedjl899 Samuel G Broome started guilty yesterday before a Cramer German Bank heartily during the working at the Lockhart plant of justice of the peace and were con lice from the Indiana substation They are Larry Lee Alter 19 Arthur Clair Bracken 20 and Francis Anthony Lorenzo 20 The trio was apprehended yes terday in Johnstown by State Policeman Blair Swistock and In diana County Detective Roy Schrecengost All three of the youths pleaded he mel Wlth he Monarch Mills He was nine years fined on the larceny charge in de These fictions cost many Jewsjsor in a nonnuclear war Any po their lives Lincoln has its ownjtential attacker would be bigger legend and the alleged victim more powerful than this coun buried in the Cathedral try but the Alps make a formid Such stores do not redound tojable barrier The Swiss are con die credit of Christendom and wejident they could hold out against j pray Remember not Lord our an enemy superior in numbers HP and American r munarcn wins ne was nine He ana Aineucan experts agree m tlieir dressing room Newsmen old I had to he exolains there are three major factors inlWere barred ne explains the flow of dollars into Ger man industry 1 Americans want to get a montns fault of bond Hes still working there at the State Police said the young men Gary the oldest at 26 had beenage of 69 I want he says i took the tires and wheels off a with his fatller for several foothold in the European market particularly in Germany before But when asked to pose for pic Work is my I car belonging to John Holupka offenses nor the offenses of our forefathers Local Miner Without its guns the compact tank is 21 feet long 10 feet wide y feet high and weighs 35 tons It is built for a crew of four is driven by a water cooled V8 engine developing sixnation common niarketituies Garv Bot UP f chf and to feted said his father arm around his famous worked on construction of the plant Several brothers and sis Did it mean a reconciliation iters were employed there as were Broome who is one of the oldBoltz on Oct 14 In addition they est Union County textile workers reportedly took a hunting coat and found grief throughout the United He ordered the flag to be flown at half staff from all public buildings and military installa tions until after Marshalls funer al Tuesday afternoon Marshall had decreed that his funeral be a simple one It will be held at Ft Myer Chapel on the edge of the Arlington Na tional Cemetery m Virginia Inter ment in the cemetery resting place of soldiers both illustrious and humble will be private Eisenhowers statement said in part For his unswerving devo tion to the safeguarding of the se curity and freedom of our nation for his wise counsel and action and driving determination in times of grave danger we arej lastingly in his It was Marshall who recognized the ability of a very junior brig adier general named Dwight Ei senhower to a key post and later sent him on up the ladder to be come supreme Allied commander for European invasion Until the day Eisenhower be came president Marshall in his clipped correct and almost cold manner addressed him only as Other tributes to Marshall poured in from statesmen and from his few surviving colleagues of highest rank in World War 1L He was one of the greatest Americans our country has ever said Gen Omar Brad ley Fleet Adm Chester W Nimitz said He was the architect of the great armies that stemmed the advance of the Germans in Eu ToMarshal1 LONDON owes a monument to George C Mar a London newspaper head line declared today The words expressed the feel ings of millions of Britons who joined the rest of the free world in mourning the death of Americas soldierstatesman Twice in our said the London Daily Mail the new world has come to the rescue of I the old and each time the instru of recovery was George C In Paris French Marshal AI phonse Juin said of Marshall He not only was a great soldier jut also in the years following the Second World War victory a shrewd and wise statesman and author of the generous plan which was precious help to the nations of Western Europe improverished by Juin referred to the Marshall Plan which strengthened the free nations of the West with massive economic add from America Results of the assistance are evident throughout Europe Where once there was rubble from bombings office blocks and apart ment buildings thrust toward the See 3 Col 4 a formidable tariff American goods 2 American investors estimate wall father iiiy Vjtjvvi o woi 111 id Ws MM i their money can go further Crosbys production costs particularly la bor are cheaper than at home 3 Americans feel that West i Broomes two sons a box of tools from the car Total value of the stolen items was estimated at about The incident occurred in East Wheatfield Township Huntingdon Hotel Fire HUNTINGDON Pa tyseven guests escaped uninjured Friday night when a fire described as the worst in this borough In nine years swept through the Hun tingdon Hotel Damage from the blaze waai tentatively estimated at The cause of the fire was not im mediately determined Officials said most of the top floor of the fourst6ry building was consumed by the flames and the rest of the building was severely damaged by fire smoke and wa ter The officials said most of tha power and can go 30 miles an riThour or climb a maximum gradi Mahlon Walternure Indiana RD 7n n 2 injured in a mine accident Thursday is reported today Satisfactory condition in the diana Hospital f d He received injuries of the back In an accident in the Ernest Mine ent of 70 per cent It can easily go over obstacles feet high cross ravines 9 feet and Jriye through Dance tonite Sat tfx Inside The Gazette ALLENSCOTT Backers of Nelson Rockefeller are planning task forces in various parts of the country Read about this in the Allen Scott Report on page 4 FOOTBALL Results of last nights scholastic grid games are featured on the sports pages Read about details on pages 6 and 7 Other Features producer and that profit is to be had in the field But the latter point is essen tially a byproduct of the first says Richter American officials point out that the major area of investment in the field of defense production has been aircraft money is going chiefly into rope and raised the troops that Judge Harry M helped us win the war in the Montgomery Democratic candi cific His postwar services as secdate for Superior out retary of defense and secretary of state marked him as a most un usual and able man capable of See Gen 3 Col 1 of the hotel when the fire broke out Claims Honest Programs Stunned Says Video Producer About Dropping Of Quiz Shows The flames were spotted short ly after 9 oclock by Mrs Robert jMcCamant who lives near the ho tel Firemen from Huntingdon and surrounding communities brought the blaze under control near mid night The worst previous fire the ficials said was a super market fire in January of 1950 i Politics Goes In am The how j The Big PayOff the building of wholly owned Honest programs are and For Love or The discontinued CBS with lavish gifts rathment not onjy mix but are Jn sidiary plants rather than in puri taking the rap because there havei NBC had no comment on the i Question and Challenge er than cash separably bound together Poli chase of shares in German indusk also Wl11 under subcommit Top Dollar NEW YORK AP I programs try been phoney I Stanton announcement made The Chamber of Commerce This was the Friday of fore a meeting of radio and TV tee scrutiny ff p O V a kt A offered nothing to tjcs avs a t jn e rn he studio audience but held out decision ever he In New York CBS announced hopes of to home viewers office in West Berlin reports there1 Walt Frarner independent pro news directors jthat Top Dollar and The Big if they had bills bearing certain spoke Friday night at are now about 350 wholly owned ducer of The Big one The American Broadcasting would be replaced byiserial numbers a meetjng Of the citizenship clear American firms operating in West of the television quiz shows to be said it had no shows in the quizreruns of filmed TV plays start CBS shows not mentioned byjno house conference at the Uni Germany and Berlin dropped by the Columbia Broadcategory It said its audience paring Monday The shows had apjStanton and apparently to be Qf Pittsburgh He said of peared during the day from Montained are Whats Mv HIPIP would There also are numerous firms casting System in the wake of dis1 ticipation shows consisted of peared during the day in which Germans and Americans closures that some top TV quizzes stunts music and comedy day through Friday Ive Got a Secret To Tell The Without politics there would he no genuine contact between the Lamp outlet 1011 89 10 tdltorlU Hospital Notei Obltuarlei Society 4 11 S Tbester Iowa Teen Tilfc 6t S 13 See W 3 Col fixed Tha House Investigating Nothing was said immediately and College aiKt their government Framers statement followed ancommittee which has been replacement plans forj A contestant can win only js the must always be tha WEATHER Variable cloudiness and cooler tonight and Sunday with a few sprinkles tonight and a chance of snow flurries Sunday Low tonight around 35 High Sunday 46 to 51 Dance tonite Club Savoy Music nouncement in New Orleans by ientrating on NBCs That which givesOn Whats My To Tell foundation of our by Rockets 55x CBS President Frank Stanton that One and other NBC quiz proas much as to a pair of The Truth pays those who stump his network is eliminating all TV grams no longer on the air is in contestants who can identify the the panel a maximum of to jne governor said politics Stardust Quintet Saturday involving awards of big recess until Nov 2 music played Harry Salter the be divided among three persons scjence Of government was an Eagles money or expensive prizes Charles Van Doren Columbia shows creator and producer said Ive Got a Secret is a panel nCmorati0 word and the stigma Stanton identified the Surprises during Indiana Har vest Days at McGill Motors Inc 55x shows to University English instructor and Friday night he did not consider show hi which a prize of only snouid be removed Big Pay1 winner of on Twentythe show a quiz adding is involved be canceled as The Big Top and Name1 is under subpoena to testify Its the only program where College Bowl1 sends Baked ham or MeiA chicken That when hearings are resumel expert knowledge is not to the college at 55xD Indiana Roller Rink Look in Since last year CBS has aban Van Doren has said he was not We play songs people have heard ed by a victorious team of stu 55x doned The Quescoached on the all their jdents i Dance SeA tti   

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