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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Youve been listening to all the tfttididates Now its your turn Be sure to vote tomorrow Jfttitmta Volume 68 I Twenty Pages City Indiana Evening Gazette Monday November 2 1959 Two Sections EDITION COUNTY VOTERS SET FOR ELECTION See Easy Indiana Man Dies In TruckG0pwin Mishap Near Washington Pa Polls Open 7 To 8 Polls throughout Pennsylvania tomorrow will be open from 7 to 8 to allow voters to cast their ballots in the Mu nicipal Election The only major change in vot With a registration plural1 Places in Indiana County In Boro Full Slate Of County Officers ity of in a total of Indiana Borough Republicans since the primary election is in Indiana County v o t e r f White 1 Voters in that precinct come down to the wire for j Halliburton Vote Privilege Employe Is Victim W Y i V Ronald H Kensey 24 388 jGrandview jwas killed early today when ithe truck he was operating rolled over an embankment about two arid a half miles of Amity south of jWashington on Route 19 I According to the report the I local man was dead on arrival i at the Washington hospital i He was operating a large open i bed truck with high pressure equip ment on the back The report states jhe was going up a hill and for some reason pulled off the right jside of the road onto the The truck either was backed up or drifted back a short distance on I the berm to a point where water had undermined the berm When the ground gave way the truck went over the embankment and rolled over several times It is reported the truck rolled about 300 feet before it came to rest right side up The deceased was apparently killed when he was thrown out ofj the truck The accident occurred about this Damage to the truck was estii mated at It was owned by 1 the Halliburton Oil Well Cementing 13th St Extension Indiana j 1 RobinsonLytle Funeral Home in Indiana is in charge of the arj rangements j The deceaseds wife Ruth i See Ksnsey survives j The deceased was the son of I John and Ida Dembosky Kensey i Indiana R D 4 and was born in Indiana on July 5 1935 j j A brother Arthur J Kensey re1 i sides at Indiana R D 4 and twoj i sisters both married live in Chij i cago i The sisters are Mrs Allen Tan in the Illdayold steel strike met separately today with s federal mediators but David J McDonald president of the Marines from 1955 to 1957 United Steelworkers of America found little hope for an Funeral arrangements are as yet early agreement incomplete McDonald complained to newsmen that many of the lop steel company officials were not present A I j a summit conferANCdQwllTb ence could be held if the i dents and premiers were not presI M In ent Nothing can happen if they sulk in their homes and their of Indiana Borough shows a sharp he said increase in the number of acci A warning to political aspirants R Conrad Cooper executive tlems occurring here during Octo and political campaign managers vice president of Corp ber as comParcd wiril the month was released today by Indiana Borand leader of the management ne ough Manager George Shea He said the placing of printed political pamphlets and cards un der the windshield wipers of auto mobiles is in direct violation of the PLANE CRASH SURVIVOR Exhibiting much animation Ernest Philip Bradley 33 of Clifton Forge talks to newsmen at the University of Virginia hospital last night where lie is recovering from the crash of the Piedmont airliner in the Blue Ridge 18 miles west of Charlottesville Friday night He spent nearly 40 hours helpless in the stillness near the top of Bucks Elbow mountain amid bits of the Demol ished plane and lifeless bodies of all 26 others aboard the craft AP Wire photo Federal Mediators In Steel Sessions WASHINGTON negotiators for both sides AntiLitter Given Neglected By Many In Editorial There should be no question in the minds of register ed voters of Indiana County concerning one issue dur ing tomorrows balloting No one who loves his countiy and the heritage of free America can argue with the fact that every adult American should go to the polls and vote Twice each year American voters are asked to cast their vote in a primary and general election to insure that this government founded by free well informed citizens will long continue as the champion of the rights of free men No where else in the world is the right of the ballot so freely given or so sorrowfully practiced No where else in the world where men dare to speak of a free election does so small a percentage of the electorate go to the polls and vote More tragic however is the fact tha an even greater number of citizens are not even registered The American way of government is based on a two party system Parties are needed to give organization to the machinery of government and to the methods by which officials are nominated and elected In this campaign the major political parties of Indiana County have responded well to their role in the elec tion Rallies have been conducted candidates have visited the people and information concerning the campaign has gone out Now it is up to the voter All of the organization meetings speeches and other campaign techniques are for naught if the voter doesnt go to the polls and cast his ballot Party membership in Russia is granted to about five percent of the privileged few who have party favor To maintain their favored position virtually all of these privileged party members vote at every election while 95 percent of the population is denied the right of a vote Here where party membership requires only a signa ture on a registration form the citizenry has become complacent and the apparent apathy toward voting shown by those who are registered causes us to wonder if materialistic America today is worthy of the phrase as the land of the free and the home of the Important offices and issues are up for the decision of the voters of Indiana County tomorrow Anyone who has not informed himself concerning these can didates and issues is not only shirking his or her duty as an American citizen but is helping to undermine the very freedom and principles on which Democracy lives No one can show greater patriotism than by casting a ballot at the election tomorrow This is the only way to keep faith with those who have even died in order to preserve our liberty and right of voter suffrage will vote at the McGregor Motor Co on North Fourth St Pre viously voters in White 1 voted on tomorrows Municipal Elec a are looking for an easy Iacrosstheboard win in Tues clays elections To be elected are six councilmen three school di rectors one justice ol the to ine returns collect IL L Y peace auditor arid Jour to the Indjana Evening Ga7Ctte as soon as possible after tabu With full party slates for jail county offices up for elec assessors For these 15 offices the Republicans are running lation twelve incumbents The only other issue to be de cided by borough electors tomor row is the matter of Sunday mov ies within the borough A separ ate small ballot will be used forj the voting on this issue j Little has been heard either for or against Sunday movies In for mer elections much opposition was j forthcoming from some quarters Before Judge Here Today campaigns most political observers still term jthe general reaction to election in Indiana County as Of interest in the county contest is whether the Democrats can rej itain the hold on the County Com missioners office they gained for the first time in 128 years four i years ago with the election of Har old C McCormick and Dee Miller Both Commissioner McCormick Three persons were given SUSJ to the highest administrative office on this matter but in the current pended sentences and two other preelection maneuvering nothing has been heard In the reace for school director a trio of GOP incumbents J Rep pell Moorhead Elias D Jones and I Andrew J Stahura will oppose Jo will be sentenced later after apand Commissioner Miller are tha pearing before Judge Edwin M j Democrat standard bearers for Clark Monday morning in court i election Suspended sentences were given to Francis Anthony Lorenzo Republican candidates for the ofr ficc of County Commissioner w j seph M Setlock Paul LaMantiajand Larry Lee Alter both of MBarkley of iand Gene D Mogle the Democrat town forstealing car wheels andnewcomer to dw county lie hopefuls tires some tools and a hunting sceneand Jw Everett presa coat beloneine to John Holnnka i Indiana County Treasurer seeking The other two borough wide coac DeioniimJ to Jonn Hoiupka termJas a County i battles will pit Incumbent Albert The duo pleaded guilty Oct I9jmjssioner M Cox Republican against Demoand appeared today for race shows iiv Ralph A Willis in the fight Their sentences were suspended Paul w Jeffr jtor of the peace and in on condition that they pay thefor a fourth term His icumbent Republican Wallace Nord costs of prosecution make resti0pponenl is George Merrill seeK jby against Demo Philip Chiodo injtution pay a fine of and beijng hjs first count ofice jthe voting for borough probation for two years n the race for te CounLy Treasv i In the first ward Incumbent Another suspended sentence was urers position Democrat Robert L I James W Mack Jr and Edwingiven today to Mike F Freck W Harkless GOP flag bearers j Starford for operating a motor will be opposed by Democrats while under the influence of ichael Sianko and Jolm E Hoover intoxicating liquors Jin the campaign lor He pleaded guilty today and was Incumbent Homer W Koontz Rej given a suspended sentence on con publican will be opposed by Kathdition that he pay the costs of oros jleen Muiphy Democrat in theedition pay a fine of make race tor first ward assessor I restitution for the damage he caus A GOP newcomer Leonard Abed to a motor vehicle and re rams will battle Democrat Kenframing to use intoxicating liquors Hallman now serving as chief clerk in the Commissioners Of fice is opposing WctHer J Work formerly with the Sate Depart ment of Health This is county office in which office holder may not succeed himself The District Attorney race also See 2 Col 2 netb Lohr for the second ward council seat while Incumbent D Clair Freedline Republican and and staying out of places that sell1 intoxicating beverages Charles 0 Burkhammer 31 Norman Pfeiffer Democrat will j South Sixth Clymer pleaded each be seeking the second ward guilty today to a charge forgery and the judge delayed sentencing assessors GOP Incumbent C Wilmer Johni until a later date ston will seek reelection as third j Sentence was also delayed on ward councilman in a race with I Clarence McAflams 44 North Fifth Demo hopeful Clair Wyatt In the I Indiana who pleaded guilty to second ward Incumbent Martha day to larceny and malicious mis jW Moorhead Republican will chief Jet Fighter Hits House DAYTON Ohio AP A jet F104 Starfighter crashed broad side into a house near here today iTalented Jewel seek reelection as assessor with Franklin Anderson providingtllte Democratic opposition Two councilmen will be electedlpi r A 4 I in the fourth ward and the Repub I nlGl VVOrK licans will show Incumbent James G Kring and W Parker Ruddock LPAIM DESERT Calif she is in critical condi opposing Democrats Harry C i Detectives say a jewel tluefone tion Clayton and William S Tressler Two sisters were trapped in the wreckage and killed The pilot had ejected safely The girls mother Grace Shoup 37 ran from the house her cloth ing in flames after the supersonic craft crushed the house and ex lOust Envoy r with talenttook in gems The sisters were Lynn Shoup from the hotel room of Jane Cos12 and Laura 2 Their brothers den wife of Freeman Gosden one Binyi 10 and Tommy 8 were in of the Amos n Andy originators schoo Lynn a sjxthgrader was Mrs Gosden called sheriffs depito have reported for her halfday i DAMASCUS Syria The uties Sunday when she found asession of scnooi ai nooiu Iraqi government today ordered jewel case missing Investigators famer John was at work die second secretary of the United found a rear window jimmied and McCormick 27 of Arab Republic Embassy to leave reclosed so skillfully the marks xeuio was driving past the house ilraq within 24 hours were barely perceptible II s recently passed ordinance Shea said any future violations lo Memorial Hall voting poll Of this ordinance will be prosecut ed by tlie borough October while only here to find out he said ten occurrecl 1n September Property damage resulting from1 the accidents amounted to for October n September it wasi The number of vehicle occupant Deeply Involved In Deception Sec Page 2 Col 1 2nd Ward Republicans H0 ror transportation 68 jnjuries from three in September to six this past chief Owens said that most ac Listen to Special Programs onj White Twp Schools W D A cidents occur at intersections He Listen Special Programs on tonite B 15 and 7 p ni 6Sx urged that more caution be used White Twp Schools W D A byb persons approaching tonite b ID and 7 P m fax Roya Neigilbors Benefit Supper lights or stop signs Tues Nov 3rd 5 til 7 Cominun lames L Watkins fur White Hy Center Building Audits Road Supervisor 68 Children GOc 68xG tratfic Followed Script In Quiz Show Van Doren Tells House Probers when the plane hit Flames from the blast shot clear across the road more than 50 feet away and completely en veloped my McCormick told newsmen 1 lost and hit the ditch about 50 yards down the When I got a look at the house it was a complete wreck and Mrs Shoup was running across the yard with her clothing McCormick was uninjured Neighbors beat out the flames and hustled the screaming wom an to a hospital The pilot Maj James W Brad bury 34 ejected at low altitude when his erat1 lost power on take Inside The Gazette BIG INDIANS Read the details of the Indiana upset over Westminister on sports pages 12 and 13 TV QUIZ Drew Pearsons column today continues on tho topic of the TV shows See editorial page 6 Other Features Numbers Here I Most asked about number in Indiana today was G 2962V This number can turn the key to a I960 automobile Listen to Special Programs White Twp Schools W D A quiz 1OWS tonite and 7 P m 6Sxi Thft WASHINGTON AP Charles matic as his weekly displays of He followed a script admitted the way they appear to Van Doren his boyish face drawn mental wizardry on the since aoolthe young professor who became Answering questions posed this and his eyes bloodshot confessed ished TwentyOne show the best known of all big money time by the congressional investi today he followed script in giving The hearing room was packed winners in the heyday of quiz gators Van Doren later testified I I the apparently impromptu anas Van Doren entered from a side shows that in late January 1957 while LUjl WCn swers which made him a TV door to evade reporters and He was coached on mannerisms nt st was show celebrity photographers He was cautioned against spillFreedman demanded o Ins VtritJrCjn VYCVJIN 1 was deeply involved in a de Only those who could squeexe ining out the answers potential winnings HOUSTON Tex AP Walter Van Doien told House to the chamber were able to see He hesitated and grimaced hmriwlly added he survivjng veteran investigators He also confessed Van Doren relate the details of a fore the cameras he said to build tnmk meant it of the agaiu wag ex he gave false testimony to a New personal ordeal in which he wresup suspense Nothing came of it he said uemely weak today after showing York grand jury investigating the tied with his conscience and final Van Doren said he is now ag lhe mcidtiu occurred Van a ht ral Sundav j t jt I Irtlfclrt L ULiLit 1 r w tO a nnimiptr nroino cii producers urging grieved that he gave in to the per when bbx The youthful professor imellecthat he rehearse the baffling quessuasive arguments of Albert approached him one lght and c R Uial scion of a noled literarV famtions and answers which nvide Freedman a producer of the show told me l was to be the vorsBnng ou ily admitted he had given the him famous rhat he was creating new re Haidw answers in denying ore Tluhearing under House rules spect tor the teaching profession bb the show Qn whjch he won was nor broad aad thal afler al it was on en battle pneumonia i ballot stubs to Barclay s jware ou may win a bicycle more words Van Doren said Char Listen to Special oo hite Twp W D A tonne ti 15 and 7 p ai 68x tamp Bmlnesk Mirror Ib trussuordt Cdlturial Second Ward voters in Indiana was rigged in his favor cast 18 111 Soclely Spurts IVKadio Hurld ludai needing transportation to polls x morrow call HO 58943 tertainmem for the millions o TV tnink lo liae Vote for Everett Iseaberg Before reading a statement viewers of that i WUATHGK Party Toiiiaht Catholic Center Van Doreuj appearance before the House subcinvmittee ing its own quiz into TV questionasked for a glass of water Then Van Doren said and I Doren s ees ne and answer programs was as drahe told all learned that tilings are not always See 2 Col 3 prepared in advanceVan Doren l learned a lot about Sood and welled in Van ship Road Supervisor in variable cloudiness and cold and windy a few rries Low oear 30 Tuesday mostly siinny and cokl r 40 fa8 Listen to Special Programs on Listen to Special Programs on1 Listen to Special Programs on Listen to Special Programs on Homer City Rifle Club party toiWhite Twp Schools W D A White Twp Schools W D A White Twp Schools W R A D White Twp Schools W D A Reelect Harrv A 54 robins 68x tonite and 7 P m tt8x tonile 15 and 7 p m bSx tonite tt 15 and 7 p m touite and 7 p m 68x foi Super viiw of Twp Attention oil ballot stubs to Bu relays Hard ft VI m   

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