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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family We often hear that teenagers know all the answers but their school teachers know better Volume 67 Sixteen Page Indiana Evening Gazette Saturday October 31 1959 City County EDITION Two Sections COMMODORE YOUTH DIES Seven Cents 27 On i Ground Parties Spot What May Be Remains On Mt Top Near Field M g In V Local Voters Indiana Borough will be con fronted with a Sunday movie is sue when voters go to the polls next Tuesday It marks the first time the issue ias Deen on the ballot here in four CHARLOTTESVILLE Va CAP Ground parties trig tor an airliner missing since Friday night with 27 persons vears aboard reported spotting today what may be its wreckage i w l Township voters ap What was believed to be the crash scene was on PbieyProved Sunday movies in an elec Mountain just north of the Charlottcsville Airport here two years ago bul the Tl 1 rf 1 1 1 1 f imsl hampered searchers Sun Urges Quick Action On Summit iarca The Piedmont Airlines DC3 had been due to land at the airpor about oclock Friday night It was last heard from when it rcccived landing instructions Freakish Storm Hits iWestern US About 100 searchers slogged MOSCOW Klmishthrough muck and dripping under1 chev said today that President brush during the night seeking a Eisenhower and British Prime trace of the plane Ministex Macmillan agreed with The plane en route from WashSALT LAKE CITY Utah him that there should be a summit ingon to Roanokc checked A fakish outburst of violent conference the sooner the betin with thc local airport tower at weather subsided across the West lpr p m and received landinglotlay while officials figured up while final damages which will run into mil In a major foreign policy speech instructions That was the before the nibberstamp Soviet worclTnc had fuel to last MOI1s ot dollars parliament Khrushchev made no onv unlil Pm At lcast tllree people were dead direct reference to French officials withheld the were hurt after violent idem De Gaulles suggestion the names of the 21 passengers pendwindstorms slashed across north conference be held off until spring U1S notification of next of kin ern Utah and southern California Rut the Soviet leader predicted Crew members aboard were Capt and flash floods drenched sec tliat his forthcoming visit to George Larrinc the pilot Lee of central Arizona An icy Francs would be useful for Hnlev thc first officer and sheet of snow covered the eastern France for the Soviet Union and GeoiSe Hicks the purser of the Rockies and parts kfor world peace home addresses were available of the Western Plains states Wearing a gray suit with his Two children drowned in flash usual medals Khrushchev was Maj Cnarlps ARausch Civil Hoods described as the worst to wildlv cheered in his 1 hour 41 Air Pntro1 commander for the Arizona since 1951 The Starford Area Mishap Recently Discharged Bulorbaugh 20 Commodore R 1 was killed last night when the pickup truck he operating crashed on Route 80 near Stafford State Police from the Indiana substation report the Commodore young tnan was dead on arrival at the Inidana Hospital at p m A son of Mr and Mrs Noble jButerbaugh Commodore R D 1 the deceased was recently discharged from the U S Air Force He enlisted in the Air Force following graduation from Pur chase Line High School with the class of 1956 According to the report Buter baugh was traveling alone headed north on Route 80 about 8 yesterday when the pickup truck ran off the right side of the high way then apparently swerved back across the road struck an embankment and overturned Police said the youth was thrown from the cab of the truck to the highway The incident occurred about three and a half miles north of Clymer A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette ICY ROADS HAZARDOUS IN DENVERDick Green of Colorado Springs is shown walk ing away from his car on the Valley Highway in Deliver yesterday morning after he skidded into the ditch Snow and ice made driving difficult for many persons driving to work Green lost control of his vehicle as he tried to avoid another auto on the highway coming into southeast NOBLE BUTERBAUGH killed in crash Dcnvcr AP Wirephoto High Court To Review Ikes Health Reported As Fear Cuban Very Good iControl Of Newspapers WASHINGTON Eisenhowers doctors today con firmed he has mild chronic broa1 Sec J Col 4 minute speech rovering the whole international range Among the major points he made were 1 Disarmament is the most im problem of the present Jav and settlement depends whcth er there will be war or Th jjfroviets want complete disarmaI I ment but are willing to consider P V 3 Q S C other proposals 2 Tho Soviet Union supports I Red Chinas determination to take MT O 111 Formosa until the question is BAKERSFIKLD Calif 3 the central Virginia area said besnowstorm left 6 to inches tween 20 iind M fixedwing airof snow in the eastern craft from as far away as MassaThe tornadic winds in Utah1 are waiting for a break howled off the Wasatch Mountain1 W Sen Kennedy Range and caused widespread damage in a heavilypopulated region from Salt Lake City 75 miles north to Tremonton on the UtahIdaho border At least 10 people were hurt in Utah as winds of up to 92 miles per hour toppled houses uprooted trees and smashed thousands of windows Mine Rescue Hero Wins High Award AP Frat Initiation For Hastings PITTSBURGH AP Amedeo Pancotti 50 of Pittston has been given a Carnegie Hero medal cit ing him for making possible the rescue of 32 men trapped in a flooded coal mine last Jan 22 Pancotti was persons in 17 states cited Friday by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission WASHINGTON AP Five of those honored lost their Lamas brother has J i I 1061 I ICTUTC lives All medals were awarded bronzc tragic picture of Tibet strike is affecting national health i A people who know little of inand safety It fought the unions The coal mine at Pittston was ternational affairs live in terror request for a review saying the 1lllvl lllv welluniversity Sunday Nov 1 allowing ice crane primary in opposition to Dr Edward w Barrett dean of food waters from the Susquehanna said jown s favorite son candidacy thc Columbia University Graduate River to passageways c Of possible Republican of speak Pancotti and 55 other miners were Ihundup Friday ential candidates Kennedy said on Ch trapped Twelve miners died members of thi I Vrtn if MT ri 1 A 1 TluW U We regret the incidents on Presidential hopeful Sen John F i A 11 C IndianChinese frontier espeKennedy DMass invaded VJUinOllorri cially where they involved casualern California today home of the ties and we hope they will not Republican he says the Demo be repeated We hope the dilficulcrats must bent in will be solved by negotia President Richand M Nixon The senator is on a fourday His visit to thc United States stumping tour of the state criti UNIVERSITY PARK Th convinced him the majority of cizing the Eisenhower f f H f Americans do not want war and lion feeling out the strength of ma he feels they now understand betCalifornias Democratic Gov Edournalistic fraterni w II b b ter the Soviet desire for peace mund G Broun and saying he served at the P 6 He called for withdrawal of would enter the states June DemUniversity Sunday Nov I foreign troops from South Korea ocralic primary in opposition to Dr w Rnrmtt ff to speed unification of the country Brown Ul Ldwaid wBanett dean of 7 He declared the Soviet Union desired that not even the mindential candidates Kenneciv said f r V ftest hotbed of war should reNixon s the most popular A 1 sus Stt dinS rs b initiaed cleared because of possible undesirable be a tough one Just being a Dem Professional members to be reflts K 1S ol ated arc Hapold v dr wall to summon help Khrushchev s wife Nina sat in Kennedy asserted that the Recrjtjc of thc p0stGa Pennsylvania man Loutlon the great Kremlin Hall with his publicans have failed to match zeltc Rembrandt B Rickard edi is R zabinski 27 of East Van w oldest daughter Julia to hear the our exploding population with pubtor of the Daily Westmoreland County China Thundup was asked To Premier speak Both wore plain lie planning and g Hastings news was given a oronze medal for savgiao more territory To wipe out black dresses On foreign policy he said Chieditor of the Indiana Gazette and inR Albert E McCool 0 from a religion The diplomatic galleiy was IIPSC Nationalist torces should be Elmer II reporter for the drowning We feel the Communists came withdrawn Irom the offshore isWilliamsporl SunGazette McCool jumped into the Kiskiin to conquer our country Western diplomats were imlands ot Quemoy and Matsu but students to be initiated are River at East Vandergrift and build a military he pressed by the mild tone ol the that the administration is right in win A nirsehmann Baltimore Iast APril 16He Jumped from a answered But had to speech and pointed out to newsnot recognizing Red China Ian F MCJMCU Columbia canoe after becoming afraid men that ihero wore no attacks Road Thomas M Zabinski swam jm tw on anybody even West Germany Harry A Deabendcrfer wilkesRarre ind Robert I Ta a favnnte whipping hoy for tho Supervisor of White Twp 6S Viosky City in his wido RiflnsB aild L Weaver Lyman of Phihpsburg a n M g oM v sfs S H president o h rcen stamps Rogers Jewelry tlie Chapter I stae meats of the Cuban press f I 11 I V 71 I I I Physicians issued a medi coupled by some local observers I I I I I al bulletin shortly after Eisenj to publication of government reg hower checked out of Walter Reed ulatrons having the appearance of WACJmisirTnw ta c n i j my HosPtal where he undera gag law WASHINGTON Supreme Court has agreed went his annual physical checkup TI i to hear the United Sleelworkers Unions appeal of a Taftl The 69yearold President told e aPPeared Hartley law injunction that would send the striking steelreporters in Augusta Wltn Vabmej workers back to work for 80 days week that he had developed resumption military This means the 109dayold strike will continue at leastic bronchitis during the last coOTterrevcflutionary activU until next week when the court makes its decision on years ties whether to let the injunction stand The court set Tuesday Todays medical bulletin said argument The high courts action results of these all feelings is in Lamas Kin which is attacking the basic stitutionality of the strik ending procedures Thisi process has never had a review jtis by the Supreme Court in its 12 The Dalai years of existence painted a The government contends the m mild believe curbed Cuban newspaper criticism of the revolutionary re C Hagerty told 8ime by some response to questions that the strong censonhip i 7 Others hold they are aimed at pluase could be trans eaflets and otheclandestine c onc b rnc1itis It PlttStOn Was aiians live in leiror me flooded when a rock structure because a world power has seized constitutional arguments are gave way allowing ice choked their land for a military base he clearly without merit and fioodwaters from the Susquehanna said This picture came from Gyalo as he talked to the National Press Pancotti the commission reportcluD He is tle brother of a tunnel through 30lie feet of debris in a blocked airtlu Then he scaled a 50 foot alter China had taken over the internal affairs of his na added that Eisenhow lications not newspapers Dalai Lama the godking of Tibetans who fled to India1 What was the basic motive for 16 overthrow the government and Zabinski swam 210 feet to Mewipe out Tibetan religion and cul Cool and towed him ashore ture he continued See 2 Col 2 Father Dies Watching Son AVONMORE Adolph Zar anek 50 Sallna died of a heart attack last night while watching one of his sons playing in the Bell Avon Bridgeville football game retired coal miner and na tive of Homer City Mr Zaranek died about last evening while son Richard was playing with the Bell Avon team Another son James is also on the team lish read in Cuba introduce or try to helpful for him to get into warmer read in Cuba dispatch order climates preferably or decree which might try to im Responding to another question pair the independence of the na Hagerty said Eisenhower had no non or Provoke observance of plans to go to such a clilts lavvs wil1 imprisoned for 6 mate at this time to IS the code says The President went to Palm Sea 3 Col 1 Springs late last month in an effort to shake a nagging cold icfar which he had caught in early llolcl JUVcb tember His health was reported O Ri ic improved after that visit but he vi IMUrcn vJII DtO still had remnants of the cold SALAMANCA Last week he spent five days in ice sajd a B Augusta Ga in another search eight from jn but the weather was jury death Frjd nj ht when irmg most of that he bped a bu to the other side of n tlie bridge after the bridge floor President was enthusiastic stay The todays Indiana Evening Gazette sion which he attributed largely to countries of the Communist camp Rustic Lodge Sunday 12 to 8 u I v v t Vi I i v I H I I 1 O Wll T I 11 1 C Smorgasbord Schools W D A Monday nite 67x b J5 and 7 p m Inside The Gazette THE LIGHTER SIDE The weekend look at the lighter side of thp news in Washington ingiiin appears on editorial pige 6 See Jerry Bennetts column FOOTBALL Homer Cltv nearly upset Iiictfiiin mpht See pngcs 10 and II Other Features TTS tfxi Edwin A Hirschmann 3733 Nor tonia Baltimore gradu Special frograms on White student in journalism Ian E McNett RFD 2 Colum 67x bia Cross Roads junior in journa Thomas 1 Myers J4V S Frank lin WilkesBarre graduate stu idenl in journalism Robert J Tacelosky 625 West Market Mahanoy City junior in journalism Hess Soys Well Worth Allentown Dept Store Owner Admits Paying To Get ExEmploye On Television Quiz Show reached the other side Cattaragus County sheriffs deputies said The Rev Ralph K Bowen of the Red House Baptist Church in Quaker Bridge was driving the children to a religious service Three of them including his daughter Jacqueline 12 and Don na and Dtanna John 15 twn daughters of Mr and Mrs Floyd John of Quaker Bridge were hos Dance tonite Sat rix ALLENTOWN Pa town Llie name of Hess Brothers and by writing of application the owner o a depart Hess said he was subpoenaed the city of Allentown to millions The letteis went unanswered h niglU lhUt aPPtia1 7Jt0rt the U8islative of nally through another u paid to help gti a OvcrsiRln subcommittee to explain Merton Koplin associate pro pioye David Gottlieb or Aiien nU Paved m 8eltlll8 o thp show said he knew town contact was Gottlieb shou Question neth Hoffer on the show nothing about the payoff related learnoi that it would cost S10UOO Hv explained this to a reporter Hotlur of Reading appeared by Hess jn cash to make Dance tonite Sat tfs Indiana Roller Rink Halloween Hess emSkate tonight Look in classified of Allen 67 x Aladdin I 1 Hospital Oiiiu J rir Sorilt v IS TVBidlo T h c 4 r Ifc 1MI 1 7 Dance tonite Club Savoy Music by True Tones 67x for jle Allentown Morning Call on the Columbia Broadcast Koplin had charge of screenri H offers Dance baltsburg revealing that he had been sub m System show n August procedure starting inSeptembS Wh gave the mones to poenued to appear Monday before 1955 He missed his third question 1955 die month alter Hoffer dp in advance WO a House subcommittee investisal tor went home with pea red Koplin said that before he dfter Hoffers appearance but fi out a nickels took over the screening job it was never knew who got the money hP e for Isenberg for Supcmsor in White Town Legion UEATHKK mild thirmgh Siindiv both Lov m the i ain High in Sons of Italv Ledge 127H meet Sunday 7 Sutila Funeral r8SnS of shows It was worth every cent ot the Ihis didnt bother exhandled by various persons and after that said Hess president of plained Hess because the young that he did not recall their names Gottlieb Brothers Department Store man was eager to appear on the Hess gave this sequence of Hess until because it proved to be a highly program and attempt to win on events lalked about program i he public pve 4 p White Twr 67x Home to pay respect to our ceased brother Dick Morganti By order of the Venerable 67 Spcvml Programs on White Twp Schools W b A D Mondav nite f6 15 and p in Hunters Special a furniture buer for 1M620410 Ga Bolt 18 months ago aid guns Reg he naci acted strictly on the orSears Roebuck Co which fohis own merits and as far HS we Holler a former buyer for the dors of Mr Hess in every step on Hess ar wf aihicved department itorp had attempted of i i n ni i j irau O I LTU I Ui M ti V U SI U I U I BroUiers and Uie city oi Allenour goal to ouie again expose to get on the SG4000 See Col 1 Sunday U to I   

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