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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY ft they keep jumping gas taxes be able to afford to ride the better roads l Volume 61 WMMMi An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family City County EDITION Fourteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday October 24 1959 Telephone HO 55555 So von Cents NECOTIATORS REOPEH TALKS i Heavy Rain Soaks Football Fans Get Saturated rain storm welcomed by everyone but ardent foot ball players and their fans fell in the district throughout yesterday evening and lastj night I Accompanied by periodic Student Union as a resultof studentfaculty voting on a bolts of lightning the to build a Student Union on or near the college caused Indiana Firemen with funds raised on the campus Dr Willis E respond to one alarm andjPresidentf ot college stated today forced a last minute makei A referendum election conducted by the Student Coun shift coronation of the Indiicil indicates that an overwhelming majority of students and ana Joint High School Homeifaculty almost by a three to one and four to one coming Queen margin voted in jayorpfthe project which would enable the Several football games in the T Student Unionto be built district were called at the half I QO Funds New Student Union At ISTC Wins Approval Indiana State Teachers College will have a new I PITTSBURGH jSteel negotiations return to I the bargaining table late to day under orders to try for a speedy settlement of the 102 dayold n a t i o n w i d e steel strike Both sides are under mount ing pressure to end the dis pute but neither the industry nor the United Steelworkers would comment on possibili ties of a new offer being made The government already has ob tained a TaftHartley injunction to send the strikers back to the mills for 80 days But the U S Third Circuit Court of Ap peals blocked enforcement of the injunction pending outcome of a union appeal But the court directed both j sides to make every effort to set tle the strike by collective bar gaining while the appeal was be ing studied A court ruling on the appeal is expected early next week The meeting is the first sines i joint negotiations collapsed last week in Washington i In Washington Secretary of La Leonard Lowman 21 a former ybor James P Mitchell said he jsident of Indiana was killedwas gratified to see the two par A low pressure area passinguoren ana Hank members voted this morning in a car acties resume peace talks He urged through western Pennsylvania top money winners have of students voting no was Cident in Buffalo the clock negotiations day should take the extended rainVlsed Uieir original statements 243 and 27 faculty members voted The 1956 gradual of Indiana until the dispute is settled fall with it A high pressure area the television quiz show ino for a total of 1594 student School was at home ini The union was first to suggest moving from the west is expected j iwentyune votes and 102 faculty votes The Buffalo on leave fronthe Navy i reopening of negotiations USW majoritys acceptance of the meri the vmmooctiPresident Davir Both Sides Pressured For Action LEONARD LOWMAN exIndiana resident killed Former Local and the Little Indians of IJHS splashed and puddle jumped their V I way to a victory over VV IH H 6 P S Ifl A lack of water in tlie ground was helpful in absorbing the rapid j fall of rain and nearly dry creeks in the area easily carried off the excess water j To the first question on the i referendum Do you favor 1 recommendation that the Student OUlM Lxl6S Cooperative Association and the l College Lodge Association be p T d S K merged and known as The Stu d e n t Cooperative Association i NEW YORK Van 1351 students and 75 f ac r6Siden t Story Change to bring a sunny clay tomorrow I Both men showed up voluntarily majoritys acceptance See 2 Col 2 game r i Gazette photo by Sipos HOMECOMING HUEEN Orendorff left Indiana Joint High School senior w His3Kcoming Queen lasj night during a coronation in the school piacfcd by Lucy iMcAfOoSe last yearns Homecomhig Queen forced a hasty transfer of the crowning activities from the football field to the high school Harassing Castro Patty Orendorff 1701 Philadel IIAVANA planes slipped past Cuban phia Stii was crowned air torce patrols and showered Havana with more antiJoint High school Homecoming Rjn D IQnn Ciro government leaflets Friday b DIQ rUSOH TITG No serious damage is reported but separately at Dist Atty today from last nights rain and Frank S Hogans office Friday lightning Hogan said the changes they made Only one accident was reported were substantial but declined to today by State Police on the just what they were pery wet roads of the comity Hogan said the possibility of Tlie twq games called on aciperjury action is being considered count of rain shortly after the but that nothing would done opening of the second half weretil after Van Doren appears Nov The deceased was the youngestPresident David J McDonald sent son of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth j telegrams to 96 steel companies Lowman formerly of Hospital inviting them to meet with union Drive Indiana The Lowmans have committees in Pittsburgh Monday the Shannock Valley Saltsburg2 in Washington before a House j tilt and the Blairsville investigating TV ueen Picked Red Guns Silent For IJHS TAIPEI Formosa quiz shows Van Doren 33yearold English instructor at Columbia University who won on Twerity appeared first atHogans TI n Thiee C1ymer area resided in Buffalo for about five years Leonard a grandson of Mr j and Mrs Clair Lowman Indiana J I RD Mr and Mrs Joseph Adams Home Pa Surviving are his parents grand jparents and three brothers and jtwo sisters See Page 2 Col 3 yearold cows from a Clymer RD 1 farm The uns facingiOffice with his attorney Carl J S rjHi r btate hoiice corporal Joseph Hick i Chinese Communist i the Nationalistheld lands were silent today for with Asst Dist Atty Joseph j who had investigated the1 rigging of quiz shows Then he Quemoy IsjRubino He spent about an hour ey and Indiana County Detective Navy in July H i ri tifi 4It Ani4 lM A 44 T l Stone who had investigated theiing action by Indiana countyJLjff Paper i The raids were the latest in a series that began WednesJ day that brought the most violent jfhow of opposition to Fidel Castro since he took over the Cuban government New Years Day charged School senior by Lucy McAfoose talked several minutes with Ho gan SEOUL Korea through AP refugee c Fire he Hogans office Van1 Juvenile Court authorities Value of the cows was set at The incident occurred Oct Made Trustee PRINCETON istar James sworn in will be returned to as a trustee of Princeton diana for burial as soon as a reUniversity His Alma Mater lease can be obtained from the The oath of office was adminis Navy Lowman was due to jtered to the lankv actor by Robert end his four year hitch with the president of Princeton i at a ceremony in historic Nassau Hall Stewart was graduated from Princeton in 1932 with a Bachelor of Science degree He majored ii architecture but never practiced sadhe cows wre the JAKARTA Indonesia Friday de1 Strikes Local Home that who has reigned asJn congested Pusan Homecoming Queen since counteryrar making persons homeless anything at this The ban on the Indonesian Comihis profession munist party a he told newswards Clymer RD Ra own t authorities The government last straying 320 wooden shelters and have classes I cant say ship on jevolutionary planes based in the who serve as the No casualties were reported United States carried out the Qucen s Courtinclude Kktv Greg raids He denounced U S Oakland Patty lilies for failing to halt them iGrvczuk Sandy Segner In He is expected to take quick diana RD and Judy Kovaeh See 2 2 Col 1 I larceny The young trio is charged with limposed the ban Oct 15 charges of disturbing public order and security Harian Stewart a world II bomber pilot and a Brigadier General in the Air Force Reserve recently had an airport named after him in his home town of Indiana Pa He now lives in Beverly Hills Calif Damages estimated at re suited last night when a lightning advantage of a U S Federal r r T eau of Investigation report OI llle court are sem01 tu bolt struck the residence of R J day thflt revolution1 Pierce 403 School Street The ary air force chief Pedro Diaz Ol8inally scheduled as part of home is owned by Claude Davis Lanz admitted flying a leaflet I10 ialftime activities at the Lit Sr of Indiana plane over Havana Wednesday football game last i discloHure is exoected to niferllt tlle ceremonies were trans m Indiana Volunteer Firemen e is exptctta to RniicnH thr wirhiii minima bni18 liew and sHongcr demands lu Iea lo me nsl1 oousea inc winim minuicb e tonum a a etoaHv tin Om nm from Castro hat Washington take a neaxy steady ahrm Pm action against Cuban refugees jade an outside coronation impos said part of tlie chimlhc Uniled b of the queen was made i n j i i government fpr trial as war cnm OI llie was nuae cy was damaged and the elecials after nomination and selection by Diaz Lanz now living in Miami scnior studerits at the high school fled Cuba last July He icharged that Castro is a Commu nist and his regime is riddled Reds Maj Hubert Mains the military commander in prov incc again raised the issue of LJi i Communist infiltration in lUFTS I llrGG Weather Keeps Main Speaker Away Judge Clark Endorses Full GOP Slate noy trical system was burned A small fire broke out in the television set in the living room The Weather A Occasional showers tonight and Sunday with strong north west winds variable cloudiness and cool Low tonight 38 to 45 High Sunday 45 to 54 farly Today See 2 Col 4 DONT FoRPET To Rf SET MARION man was hospitalized and damj age resulted from a twocar accij dent early this morning on Route I 119 about a mile and a half south j of Marion Center i According to State Police from the Indiana substation David Richard Watkins 28 Indiana R D 3 operator of a car headed south on Route 119 went out ofj control after passing another vei hide and ran into a car coming in the opposite direction operated by Richard Seger 22 Commodore D 1 Watkins is reported in lory condition today in the Indij ana Hospital He suffered injuries to both shoulders and a laceration See 2 Col 4 YOUR TIMEPIECE Special Sunday Dinner Delhi at 61xD WHATEVER YOU the night pni turn your clock back and enjoy an extra hour of sleep Daylight Savings Tune cuds in all areas early tomorrow morning Most people how ever will turn their clocks back one hour retiring tonight The time changes officially at a in Dance tonite Sat tfx Increment weather and a fog j shrouded Johnstown Airport last I night prevented the keynote speak jer from making a scheduled an jpearance at the County Republi cans banquet here But party faithfuls said today the storm didnt dampen the GOPs spirits More than 400 Republicans heard a homespun program that featur jed Judge Edwin Clark and Attor jney Joseph Serene The scheduled speaker Ben jGuill of the Federal Maritime Board was unable to appear when his late afternoon flight was not permitted to land at Johnstown be cause of a heavy overcast Sheriff Paul W Jeffries party chairman said today that Guill eventually arrived in Pittsburgh but much too late to fulfill his In diana engagement i In addition to Judge Clark and Attorney Serene other Republi cans who provided a lastminute speaking platform included Rep William G Buchanan State Coin mitteeman William McMillcn par ty vice chairman Mrs Boyd Ben nett Sheriff Jeffries Mrs George Wolfenden and others Making his first official cam paign appearance Judge Clark en doiaod the complete slate of Re publican candidates describing the GOP aspirants as men ol ability and I Judge Clark cited the need for See 2 Cul 1 i Dance Sat nite Homer City igion The Rockets blx Dance touite Sat ttx I PARTY candidates took time out at last nights banquet here to pose for this official party por The candiates are first row 1 to J W ttvorett commissioner Paul Jeffries sheriff Thomas Malcolm district attorney Frank Barkley commissioner Second row 1 to are Quince Jones surveyor Walter Work treasurer Wililam Hoey auditor Donald Sjihank register and recorder Luther Williams auditor and Rinnald pruthvuolary Eagles dance Sat night Music iby Blair Combo 61x i i Dance tonight Club Savoy Music by JetTunes 6U   

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