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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family If Hfe really begins at forty iviiat were folks doing during the other thirtynine years Volume 60 Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday October 23 1959 Two Sections LEGALIT INJUNCTION STUDIED City EDITION Seven Cents Over 200 Attend 35th County Industries On Parade At Chambers Annual Banquet By BILL HASTINGS News Editor Indiana Countys industries went on parade last night fcnuich to the delight of more than 200 persons attending the 35th annual dinnermeet ing of the Chamber of Comj inerce j Six of the areas industries were featured in a four 15 minute wordathon at Rustic Lodge In a climax to the review the six industries Roberts Carson Chamber presij dent praised the industrialj ists and developmentminded1 Indianians with the state ment Adding R P Coal Co to these six industries it means em ployes and an annual payroll of i million for Indiana County And we have diversification could go bad but I dont think theyll go bad for all of us at the same The Industry on Parade theme featured McCreary Tire Rubber Syntron Indiana Sports1 wear RobertshawFulton United Door Corp and Fisher Scientific Co Capping the evenings program was a highly entertaining speech by George Scheid advertising dij rector for the Tarentum Vallev See 9 Col 3 j Standard Time Returns Sunday The difference in time will be settled for at least the winter months early Sunday morning when areas remaining on Day light Savings Time turn their clocks back one hour Many areas returned to Stan dard Time at the end of Sept ember while others continued the summer fast time for an ad ditional month Most persons returning to Stan dard Time will turn their clocks back one hour before retiring Saturday night Dont forget or youll be an hour early for church on Sunday At Meeting H ire CHARLES VAN DOREN about face Van Doren In Switch Of Testimony Citizen School Unit Gives 5fPoint Plan By JOE DONNELLY Editor A fivepoint program of the Citizens School was the main topic of discussion last night at a meeting con ducted at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School The Citizens School Committee is a group of White i Township residents headed by Dr and Mrs Kenneth Sayers who are supporting the six nominated candidates for school director in White Township on Nov 3 Three school directors are to be elected and the Citizens Scihool Committee is backing the three Democratic and the three Repub lican nominated candidates their aim is to get three of the I six regardless of party elected The meeting was by approximately 350 interested resi dents I The program was presented by I Mrs Sayers who was the speaker for the evening It Strike Now Into 101 Days PHILADELPHIA AP Living Costs Again Reach Record High con NEW YORK Atty sisted of the following five pouts S Hogan said today that Open school board mee TV quiz winner Charles Van I us specified in the school law Doren last summer made a public has a right to laiow ment to Hogans office which s going said Mrs j Say now acknowledges was not corers If elected we will operi the on all issues All is Hogan made the statement afterj with Van Doren jHe said I think he gave truthful i answers at todays session The district attorney said Van1 f t t Doren had talked last summer STICKS PS I h See 9 Col iCarson Baclf BoehmRaps Report of Committee HARR1SBURG Pub lic Instruction Dept contends that the report of a special Senate committee which investigated ed ucation left out constructive facts and repeated a misconception Dr Charles H Boehm superin tendent of public instruction said Thursday the committees 25page report is a disappointment to me because it contains little or none of the constructive testimony out in the 14 Boehm declared however that he was more concerned to find that the report repeated a mis conception that the department was responsible for lavishness in school construction He contended there was no testimony in the rec AT CHAMBER Scheid advertising di rector of the Tarentum Valley Daily News discusses Chamber of Commerce activities with Robert Carson president of the local Chamber prior to last nights dinner in Rustic Lodge Scheid was the principal speaker at the program Gazette photo by Siposi Soviet Urges Quick Summit Conference WASHINGTON summer jwith Asst Dist Atty Joseph Stone1 prior to testifying before a grand1 I I AP Living jury investigating charges thatJOChOOl V OlG costs as measured by the govern television quiz programs were ment climbed threetenths of one rigged per cent last month to another Hogan emphasized that he was the record high not alluding to whatever testi Robert S Carson president of Indiana Chamber of Com SWORN Stewart was sworn in today as a trustee of Princeton University The film star native of Indiana returned to his alma mater today for the ceremonies Sworn in with Stewart for four year terms j were Perry E Hall a New York stockbroker and Lewis H Van mto its 101st day today as three federal judges pondered the legality of the govern ments backtowork injunc tion The legal truce prompted by arguments Thursday on I the injunction appeal will ex tend into early next week The union contended the injunc tion granted Wednesday by a District Court judge in Pittsburgh is unconstitutional and asked that it be canceled The chief argu ment It would halt the strike for 80 days but wouldnt settle it The government however said Thursday the continuing long walkout endangered the health and safety of the nation and that a TaftHartley injunction was nec essary to prevent wrecking of Americas economy The Judge John Biggs Herbert F Goodrich and William en forcement of the injunction until they rule on its legality early next Monday or Tuesday Leaders of the giant Steelwork See 9 Col 4 The Bureau of Labor Statistics mony Van Doren gave to Action Committee in the Cynwyd Pa reported today that its index jury Nov 3 General Election in White New Device May Whip merce last night endorsed the Pusen lr a lawyer frdm jl A I to per cent of the 194749J Hogan conducted average grand jury inquiry into quiz show Every major item in the budget Practices and Van Doren was one Nov 3 General Election in a New Mr Carson made the endorse ment in his presidents report to of the average city family witnesses j Chamber members at the units up except transportation The eventually banquet in Rustic Locfge The rising costs mean that al a state Weve got to put this Dicker most cents has been whittled Abducted BabySitter public A congressional group launched its own investigation of question andanswer programs from the buying power of the con sumers dollar in the last six months But Hersey S Riley price chief T A of tlie BLS rejected a reporters urged today that the Eastsuggestion that new creeping in West summit meeting be called quickly the earlier the Nation may have set in A Soviet statement in effect lined Up with the United i Much of the increase last M States and Britain which have been talking of a December was normal for the season Rileypeareci on National BroadRAH meetine Moscow did not mention French said rv Uwll turned ment concerning its findings The campaign across without affdctingn J J presentment has not been made any individuals he j o 1 d KeTUm 601 vJlX members of the Chamber I contestants were given help and Merle Craig and John Lieb coached in mannerism on the meeting Moscow did not mention French President Charles de Gaulles holdout for a spring session The earlier As a result of the rise Clymer Man Charged With Forgery Here Charles flurkhammer 32 a summit meeting workers whose pay is called the better it will be forchecks are geared to fluctuations the cause of said a statein tne PrCe index will receive pay ment by Tass the Soviet newsjillcleases of 1 to 3 cents hourly agency broadcast from These include railroad The solution of urgent problems Pullman and Railway Express jwith a view to relaxing interna jtional tension can and must be achieved by the heads of govern j casting Co network about NBC suspended Van Doren from i LOS ANXJELES experts say a device iii l vented by a nuclear scientist may end this citys long battle with smog Smith Griswold headof the Air Pollution Control District told the board of supervisors Thursday that the device is capable of rolling back smog to the pre1940 Its baby sitter abducted at knife There wasnt any smog to men point and brought to Vermont by tion in Los Angeles before 1940 an exconvict was freed early to Supervisors immediately clam day for a state law requiring the Lt Glenn Davis of Vermont afterburner exhaust The School Action Committee is LYNDONVILLE Vt one of two groups vying for three 14yearold Damariscotta Maine township school board Sixth Clymer pleaded guilty See SovietPage 9 Col I ord or evidence in the depart yesterday to four counts of for ments operation to back up this igejX before justice of the peace a n I I II claim A M Cox VYUlllaili I I The superintendent said the de Indiana Police Chief Harry Q A Apartment does not and cannot reOwens said today that the Clymer I d S S6S V r D i r CAPPaula his network position chiefly as a commentator the Today program pending a clar ification of his activities in win To Keynote GOP Event State Police said the girl Sharon Simmons told of being held cap tive for sixdays Davis said the girl had been raped Sharon told police that Rodney i Austin 44 Newcastle Maine for all 1961 cars sold in California Griswolds experts say auto ex haust is the last unchecked source of smogproducing hydrocarbons in Los Angeles Exhaust fumes ning the on Twenty Ben H Guill former onvict 8rabbed her last can congressman from Texas and The New York Post quotedpresently a member of thei Fed Saturday night Davis said Lincoln County employes whose pay is adjusted semiannually for any rise in con sumer prices j These workers received no inj committee as saying that big raising banquet tonight at Rustic object of an intensive search Rep Steven B Derounian Reral Maritime Board will keynote Maine officials are preparing i a member of the House subthe County GOP Committeesj fund warrants for Austin who is the crease last March but now will money winner Teddy Nadler of j Lodge get three cents more an hour St Louis Mo would be The program will get area in ithe Vermont Canadian border The girl wfio told her story to quire school districts to construct man took four relief checks fromj facilities which exceed minimum a residence on College state requirements He ing the early part of the summer Since school boards are aciforged names on them and J countable to their constituents forthem at four local business places I lsaDelle Laslrnj providing school buildings it fol Total value of the checks was said six months ago and always in sisted on washing the dishes The investigation and arrest of life she had been to Burkhammer was made by idena doctor only twice and had nev Officer Columbo Previte er swallowed a said John Zftur made the Castro Another workers in if he refuses to appear j underway at electrical equipment and aircraft voluntarily The menu GOP Chairman Paul1 Davis and Maine State Police De mdustnes will receive pay boosts Nadler collected on the Jeffries emphasized will include tective Camille Carrier said she averaging a cent an hour The Columbia Broadcasting System both turkey and a and Davis had little food or sleep companies include General Elec shows The Question and1 Mr Guill a resident of PJimpa as they traveled across Maine trie and Sylvania in the electrical be See 9 Col 6 Rescuers Find One Crash Victim Alive The Challenge iTexas has been a member ffthe New Hampshire and Vermont pollution in other cities too Griswold said the new device will cost no more than and will be 80 to 90 per cent effective in halting a cars emissions of hydrocarbons Dr Stuart Ridgeway of the Thompson RamoWoolridge Corp invented it Other companies developed anti smog mufflers which use catalysts which burn the hydro carbons out of the fumes as they lows that any alleged lavishness school buildings represents the wishes of the local people Any alleged lavishness in school building construction must TolilT Zftur r 3 said Mrsl PORTLAND Ore AP of necessity be the result of f fore I1J u r twin jet Oregon Air National the enactments of the General Asi gt Mrs Silvio dated her birth Irony Guard fighter plane collided over sembly or the desires of the local1 hc chltif added that Postal au the feasl of st Peter and PaulMt Hood Thursday night and a Uwnties have been informed of June 29 1849 isearch parly reportedthis Boehm said he was happy tourkhammers aPPehension due She was a native of Mexico it had found one man Nadler also has insisted he didFederal Maritime not get any help but asserted that 1955 Theyll have to drag me to He was elected to the Conwhich Washington to get me to gress as a Republican in 1950 byj Franklin Vt j voters in the 18th Congressional The girl said she had feared foi No Hunting and No Trespassing i District of Texas her life and had dared not at Notices DC each or 50c dozenU A native of Tennessee hp to escape from Austin jpass through Ridgeways system Board since 1 hey slept in the car some Juilds Sthe y he y nights and in an unoccupied home Austins family owns jn Additional 15c for tax and a resident of Texas i since ing hejabsence wide search lnUiana Evenng IJIS He was educated in Texasjbeen conducted by police of I schools and was graduated from England Reports that the arty West Texas State College vyith a were in Vermont were received 500d GOx degree in 1933 the past two dttys S Indiana Legion Shrimp party like the blacksmiths bel the gases at about note that the report indicated lhe lact that the checks were came to MarUnez 1920 but nev The Poniand base said he was committee found a need for econremuved from a mai1 box or learned English Lt Jack D Rayborn Portland omy in the operation of the1 Blirkliammc1 was returned to She is survived by 140 descendone of the pilols schools the County Jail to Swait ants including two daughters 19 Each of Ule lwo aneg He suggested that the Senate court aclion 83 great grand UVQ mena pilol and a radar ob give immediate and close atteni tion to bills designed by the dei Apartment to reduce school costs j Such as a measure which would permit the economical construc tion of standardized classrooms The headed by Sen George N Wade launched its investigation after Wade charged that Boehm spent lo redecorate his suite of offices in the department There was no mention of thisi charge in the final report of the Republican majority j and Boehm made no mention oJj the charge in his statement No Trespassing Notices each or 50c Additional 15c tori tax and postage Cash with order j Buy now Avoid last minute rushj and post before bad weather Indi ana Evening Gazette tf Dance Friday night Hotel Horn Atr Music by George Pollock Dance tonite Medoras Clymer children children and 36 great great grand Inside The Gazette 1NSJDK Victor Riescl today on page 6 discusses the pressure put cm Kaiser Steel last weekend by oilier steel companies server Search parties fanned out jover the eastern slope of the fog mountain seek jing the others j The other pilot was Lt Winfred C Vinton also of Portland The radar observers were Maj Roy A Sefton and Lt Carson E Me1 Deadly Army Projectile Said Missing INDIANTOWW GAP Pa AP Army has warned that a Of Laborers Castro To Raise Militia Bombings Continue brought in to cheer corner demonstration around Cas ro the leader of the revoluliop that tro on the cary of a teenager that moved from the firing per ic overthrew Fulgencio BatisUij that mun has a knife He is as a souvenir or a plavthing deadly unexploded projectile missing from its huge military in stallation here The Army authorities said Thursday the 1UG millimeter pro to cheer corner demonstration around Casjectile had been mysteriously re CONKMAUGH Puixluisi Line was defeated last night by Hast dettiils ol the game on sports pages 14 and 15 See Other Features By ROBERT BERRELLEZ brought in Dowell B th wer f P HAVANA AP Fidel Ct weie oil an earjy loday thal he overtnrew rulgencio that mun has a knife He is as a souvenir or a plaything Wl11 raise a arnitti militia of la CasUo appeared in his favorite ing to kill Fidel warned that the slightest InC aild Peasants if bombings electronic forum after two mys Police hustled the man away could touch it off continue tery planes showered Havana on from the angry mob for The fuse of this projectile is I OO The blackTbearclld Prime MinWednesday with leaflets attacking ing oa whether he was bent on electrical and is the ister threatened his opposition his regime antiCastro j gangs assassination Hours later police Army spokesman said It is ex LOS ANGELES AP Conwith a militia in a fivehour teleroared through the capital iji cars said the man a 44yearold upholtremely sensitive to temperature checkcashing vision speech which included the throwing small bombs and gresterer named Robert Salas sllav electrical current venience a concern proved too difficult for strongest attack he has ever denades and the change stray electrical current AUUdlu Lamp BUMIJOS jMliror buicU CUssUicds 18lit Cross words EditurtHl Notes 6 Ill Obtluarici Society Spqits gunman Thursday a revolutionary nandtv would appear for a court ancj in Canjaguey examination today No charges xjie projectile which had been WEATHER AJostlj cloudy windy mid mile tuniglil with a few showers and chance of thundcrshowers Low in upper 5Us Saturday cloudy and scattered thunclershowers High 70 to 77 livered against the United States armys commander This is a he au He ali0 called for a demonstraProvince resigned along wjith 30 had been filed against him marktd with a white flag for re nounced lion on Monday by a million citiof his officers in protest against Authorities said Dalas when moval from the range by demoli Cahsier Elsie Cornish punched to protest aerial raids he Communist influence in Castros seized said This is an injustjon experts is about an alarm charged were carried out by movement tice I am a supporter of ong and He fled without a cent counter revolutionary planes A few hours before the telecast told the television audience pounds Prime Ministers bodyguard he didnt think Salas planned to weighs about based in the United States Prethe Indiana tonight Lcgirn Shrimp party Mimably thronged Havana again will be seized a drunken knifecajrrying attack him by peasants from lhe Cuban factory worker at a street See 9 Col 5 Eagles dance Sat night MUMC by Blair Combo 6U   

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