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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family A dollar Isnt worth a dime un less you spend it and then worth about 50 cents Volume 66 Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday October 30 1959 City EDITION Two Sections MEXICAN STORN TOLL NEAR Seven Cents County Political Democrats Hear Blatt LADIES Gcncvicve Blatt left Secretary of the Department of Internal Affairs and Mrs Agnes B Hood Demo cratic candidate for reelection as Indiana County Auditor are shown at last nights annual Indiana County Democratic Womens Day Dinner conducted here Miss Blatt the principal W speaker of the evening addressed more than 200 persons at the banquet in the First Methodist Church Gazette photo by Sipos Third Firm Signs Resume Steel Talks By FRANK HOOD Associate Editor Miss Genevieve Blatt the Pennsylvania Secretary of In jternal Affairs last night told linore than 200 persons attend ing the annual Democratic Womens Day Dinner here that the best politics is good She pointed to the good re cord of Indiana County Com missioners Harold C Mc Cormick and Dee Miller dur ing the past four years as reasons why they should be relumed to office at next Tuesdays election Speaking of the Democratic Party as the party that has a Miss Blatt spoke of the entire Democratic slate and urged their election on Nov 3 Miss Blatt stated that although the Democratic Party was the first to recognize the roll of wom en in politics women have not yet recognized fully their responsibil ity nor their privilege of taking an active part in the work of the Democrat Party She pointed out that the Repub lican majority in Pennsylvania could be wiped out if women in the Democratic Party would come up to its full strength Miss Blatt was introduced by Mrs Grace Sloan president of the Pennsylvania Federation of Demo1 cratic Women j Mrs George Jerko I served as master of ceremonies Mrs Bertha Cunkleman presii dent of the Indiana County Fed eration of Democratic Women Gaining Ground Says Jeffries Privation Scorpions i An enthusi astic crowd of approximately 1300 persons kept the Republi By C H GUPTILL COLIMA Mexico AP With or more believed dead from a sneak hurricane and widespread floods the i i i nuoas ins ican campaign ball rolling laslldazed people of this smallest night at the partys traditional01 Mexicos 23 states today rally here i struggled against privation and swarms of poisonous pions Were gaining ground every minute and should be at our highest pitch next Sheriff Paul W Jeffries party chairman said before the annual Cookport rally The program a big high light each year in this area featured Attorney William Musser Indiana as principal speaker and the introduction of GOP county candidates Musser described tine Republican party as one that feels that a government must be conducted on sound economic He added that the GOP believes that a government cannot main tain itself by inflating the cur rency and cannot be successful Jeffries and the party vicechap A UNITED REPUBLICAN FRONTThrce of the leading GOP candidates the principal speaker and a key Republican worker in Green Twp exemplify the united Republican front at last mght s rally in Cookporl Left to right are W Thomas Malcolm candidate for district attorney M D J W ttny Everett candidate for commissioner Mrs Queen Mitchell Cookport party worker MS Bennctt Paul W Jeifnes candidate for sheriff and William Musser Indiana attorney who addressed Barkky candidate for commissioner was unable to be present when the photo Gazette photo by The disaster Mexicos worst in recent ered an area on the Pacific Coast slightly larger than New Jersey with a population of about The violent storm that roared through the port of Manzanillo Tuesday and the floods that fol lowed drove thousands from homes knocked over communica tion lines and overran highways hindering rescue efforts The dead may include three women who were aboard a small coastal freighter apparently lost at sea Colima State Gov Rodolfo Cha vez Carrillo estimated that about 800 persons were killed in Mina titlan a farming village of about located 24 miles northwest if it is going to attempt to operof Colima ate a welfare Other preliminary fatality fig School Action Group Low Bidder On Route 119 j sed the usual geloutthevote campaign Mrs Bennett called for a big Republican turnout at the polls next Tuesday Attorney Joseph Serene Indana introduced the candidates Two members of the Republican slate Pushes Sticker Trio ures included Manzanillo 74 Te coman 16 Cihuatlan in adjoin ing Jalisco state 14 Coahuayama in Michoacan state 7 The federal government official ly put the down dead at 438 but conceded that many hundred were missing The navy announced that 21 ot eration of Democratic Women We have a platform they have a sieve This remark1 ARRISBURG Ap Unc jgave the welcome and the introby Attorney James G Mooreat last nights meeting of the CM Iow some jduction of the candidates wasiSchool Action Committee just about fums unS 10 By JOHN MOODY made by Jack Hazlett Included on the program was a skit entitled How To Rile a Re u a ivejnff a nr i It was presented by Miss Joan Bonacci and Mis nnn s campaign meeting The School Action Committee SAC is the of sticker candidates forschool director in next Joan Bonacci and Miss Janice Bon of Plumville jects in several counties were opened by the Highways Dept Thursday The projects include Indiana Route 119 U v i u vi V LJUUllVrtlll OlU un VVU VI at i J W Tiny Everett and persons who had been aboard candidates for comrnistne MOOtare freighter Sinaloa sioners1 posts spoke briefly were missing The navy report did Harry Bud Young campaign jnot say whether the rescued in chairman presided See 10 Col 3 The GOP winds up its monthj long campaign with a rally tonight in the Marion Center High School auditorium The event will get un derway at 8 with major steel firm m the 108day i as a nationwide steel strike Sec DemocratsPage 10 Col 5 The union and Granite City Steel Co signed a new labor pact Thursday night It followed the same pattern as union1 agreements with Kaiser Steel Corp and Detroit Steel earlier in the week j Victim of Gang Killing usw Appeal To Injunction uu WASHINGTON AP Tin der terms of a contract extension United Steelvvorkers Union today Granite City the nations 17th largest producer employs workers in mills in Granite with capacity to produce1 tons of steel a year The i company had been operating un Sperrazzo iiO was shot tutors for the union and he Jfn death SSfrs J home I black Sperrazzo has a record of ar I rests for gambling and receiving stolen properly lie served a year in Auburn N LJOT Jin 1923 on a charge of receiving IIO I I stolen property He was known under the aliases of Albert Ruddy Ray and Ralph La Moat police Sflitl Mrs told police she rpj i j iiiuiaim KOUte ci 01 ine sticker candidates are Merle Craig John Lieb and south of Indiana miles di Miss Elizabeth Stoneback of jttobert Craig and Luedy are Republicans while Liebi vided highway Latrobe Road Inpk I iVk vunc inirntlitnarl 01 rt IS a UemOCrat i 1 n A u The three sticker candidates were among the several speakers who last night pushed their camI I paign of positive action in seeking election Basically they seek quick renewal of the secondary jointure A contract with Indiana Borough and Armstrong Township and the im mediate start of a building pro Dorothy Burns 19 daughter of gram to erect a sorely needt building rt Cronk opened the was attended by 200 persons by ifications of the stickin New Jersey According to the report Miss Morals Cop Injured In NYC Hotel Perish As Home Burns OTTUMWA Iowa young children crowded into a small tworoom house with a baby sitter died today when fire de stroyed the slum area dwelling The baby sitter Sharon Ann Construction Latrobe i Armstrong County Route 422 betweenKittanning NliW YORK i and Worthington miles di officer was seriously inDooleyJ4 owes her life to a fire vided highway Frank Mashuda iJured in a hotel room shooting man who was familiar with the I Co inc Evans City 532 durinS hours eary today helped remodel it I CentreRoute 545 in State pretly years ago College and vicinity miles dancer told Police did ot tlle victims were children divided hiehwav Herbert R accidentally Patricia Van Home about 28 nego jn junction that ordered stri kers back to work for 80 davs ei Back h DQCK IP CARSON CITY Nev 9 ie ti and Cynthia 1 The bodies of the children were Cronk ilso ipnliprt to nmvwi m s s i i Nev and pulled the trigger after Rosen The bodies of the children were Burns now a student al a secreformer state prison trusty whose blum had told her the safety Cuddled in the kitchen which had York City good conduct won him a job with catch was on a small window Thpv a car Grant Sawyer and then a from New panJon was back in prison Rosenblmn for some time Claude Howard 26 was sen1 She gave officers thi riding with by Dist Judge Frank Greof the shooting episode Saying Adlai the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals iin Philadelphia i TI mg was the The union in addition to asking rmnl fmm overthrow of the injunction also Deputy S p rirs lit Slii t LG Ydll 1 j A Justice Department reply fore thal tl N houseboy last month and went on 1 a m brief opposing any SuprcnuCourt co f i1 The accident occurred about a sPrte with Sawyers personal The officer removed his action on the appeal was u w afternoon checkbook in Reno Cars DV White lownship independ IH hlko and Montana police U11 a smal window They apparently Miss Ezersky said she had suflocated The Dooley girl suf fered burns over twothirds of her body and was in critical condition She was found with the dead chil dren reading of l 1 e was riding with lenceu Dy Uist Judge Frank Greof the shooting episode ne was rouncl Wltn tne dead chil DI anotlier Sirl lllLir way home 8ory Thursday to serve from 1 to She met the policeman at a bajidren lerintenden f P 110111 H years for for8inB checks on the and after having a few were not immediite for Thc local girl is with her 8overnors Personal to her room in a Westly able to determine the cause of brother Robert in Howard left his uost as mansion Side Manhattan blaze ec1 later NDEPRNDENCR Ma abouttne blaze 1 Police said a coal stove was lie only means of Jarson City er and was about to put it in the neating the frame house but it lice said drawer of the night table when showed no evidence of having heard someone screaming outside the house and when she raised a tunru1 resident Harry S runuMU papers in opposition the window and looked out she saw he told a rcfan Supreme Court will decide its next two figures struggling in the drivethat Adk would be a step way Then there were shots in the presi u closju oul the enlire cannot be See 10 Col 1 i UIlll mu iinu iviunutiia ponce stuci orawer ot tne night table when 11U cviucucc Hunters Special He first went to work for got into a conversation about iirecl tliev said Ga Bolt Action shotej as a prison trusty and The fire biuned across the front Reg Only governor retained him after com1 told her of the safeof tne house frst they guns Sears Roebuck Co mutation of his setence ty catch arrangement She picked the only door Lt Edward Havel said tinkill tklltu1 sweepstakes ceedings at this point by denyin lers apparently were waiting in Matthews secretary of the a review Or it could call for full I ambush when parked llams Democratic argument I his car in his garage shortly after tu Luminittee said in Houston The unions appeal questioned i a m Ihursday night that the former whether the section of TuftHart A niighbor said she heard Sper chitf not only told him iey law used by Judge Sorg in cry Hey thal but addld lhal was detergranting the applied to He jippamilly was calling to milud wouldnt get the the steel strike Stone another neighbor He said Truman made Kingdom Fights For Laos King Dies At 74 up the weapon and pulled the Officers said the Dooley girl daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack llloyri said looked out the the a Texas visit saw the driveway 1 never made any such stale Truman said at his home here today I did sav lhal we Hcmpfield End Area Strike Stork window and sprawled in Iscrcaming While he Was telephoning police jjurviv Ihc more shots ihn the had candidates thai ttl lotcommunist stopped diclnt knuw whal wth I hem lowng setllcnieni ol a Jjdayo 1 d GRKtINSBURG Pa AP louiulriih p a n s The Weother Mild temperatures tlwriugh Saturday Increasing clouiliness tonight Low 37 to 4H Saturday generally cloudy with a chance of occasional ruin and ihcv were all good As tor favorite candidates Ill strike trigger The gun discharged The officer the father of oneDoolev was so bady burned that child telephoned police headquarthev nave not bee able il tluc ters to ask that an ambulance beition ner sent for him Mrs Campbell whose truck Miss Ezersky had completed a drivtr husband Carl is reported dancing engagement a week ago in llliluis suffered shock and was at theclub and was preparing to lakel1 a hospital Mrs Van By DAVID LANCASHIRE commander in chief of the institution In 1917 at French leave Las VeSaS Nev She Honu to comment police PRABANG Laos AP man Laotian army prodding he promulgated i connas bctn in this Country four saU Kmg Sisavang Vong of Laos the in tin campaign to crush a Red sliiution making I a conycars Honuh worlds senior monarch diod revolt monarchy and in 1049 described her as a pert usbaiu Herman disappeared night during a lull in Prince Savang has visited Franco rcconized Laotian weighing 110 pounds last February I he mother was his tiny Indochina kingdoms fight America twice In 1952 Inled the pendence having black hair and brown eyes unemployed they said and the for survival against the threat of Laotian delegation at the San Savant as kin will prohablv whose home is in fhiUitn received stale aid Francisco conference to sign the play a much stronter role joined the fojce in lf53 lhe tia uas bv Mrs firms 50 workers voted King passed peace treaty with Japan and government of Laos tlviu his taant1 195U WUi assiSned the away in his redroofed goklspired three years ago he made a state ther did A new is lhe palace on the M e k o n 1uiaif un me ivi e K o n a River have one when the time Thursday to accept a new twowhelv hc has ajn for The Houston party leader iar contract bedridden with rheumatism Truman conceded Senate Major neck cancer dvnastv itv 1 tader 1 vndon B lnhimnn Dance lonite Unit Homer Music nviuisi leil cometcr by Jet Tones GUX Lrwn nme Vathaua dently proFrench He was born Sisavang mixed Western infor a appointed regent by his ailing faon Frances national holiday July mality wilh Oriental tradition in Rowleys Greenhouse Harry A Ucabenderfer lhtr two months ago becomes 11 15S5 was educated at the reigning over his million subb kL H Supervisor of White Twp 68 rulcr of the revolttorn land of a French Colonial College in Pans jects I f Y I ill WI HIS 1U i red threeyears ago he made a state ther did A new is morals squad an no iver visit being prepared for submission to lk vvus takon to Roostveli llosbtn w 1O ne ajs His father a direct descendant the national Congress by Christpltal eatllliU 1UJN u anil of the Khoun Lo mas giving more power to the No was Pleed dynasty of south China was arking alelv against Miss Ezersky liiemail W worked on th Anderson grandmother Hoane children Ander ubout half was unable to get into die an Bob Knox who had on the house donned a Dance Hoivl Homer Music MlujkL rnak and lhe ones biix dwelling through a window Rowleys Greenhouse Closed Sal 61 been acting as monaiThy largely a decoiuofficial Pance lonitc Mcdoras Clymer Rustic SuiuLiv Smorgasbord   

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