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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY The fwlls are open twHI 8iOO p m If you havent voted yet yott still have time to do so An Indiana County That Serves Every Member of the Family Volume 69 Twenty Pages City EDITION V Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday Novembers 1959 Two Sections Seven Centi WEATHER GOOD COUNTY VOTE LOW n Xavier Cugat Admits Getting Help As TV Quiz Contestant Publicity Purpose 91 Visit INVOLVED IN A Van Doren his boyish face drawn presented these studies as he told congressional investigators all about being deeply involved in a deception his participation in a rigged TV quiz program Van Doren admitted he followed a script was coached on mannerisms and later gave false information to a grand jury studying quiz shows AP Wirephoto 2 Gunmen Disarm Five Policemen WASHINGTON AP Orchestra 1 e a d e r Xavicrj i Cugat toid congressional probi iera today he received advance he0 as a contestant on The Challenge TV quiz program Cugat was the leadoff wit ness at todays session of House subcommittee hearings which have exposed rigging of once toprated quiz pro sgrarns i He said he appeared on the pro jgram starting in June 1958 for publicity purposes but nobody told me in advance that I was go j ing to win any particular amount i of rapney or that 1 was going to win fat tie actually won he said jofwtiich 10 per ceiH went to his j publicity man who arranged i appearance some went to his brbthfer some to Spanish and Ital ian and most of the balance went for I know I br6ke no he said I know I intended no injury to any person I know that as an WASHINGTON AP Argument began before the entertairier 1 am called upon all Supreme Court today in the hearing that will finally detertne time to makebelieve to help mine whether the halfmillion striking steelworkers must goiniake a snow back to work under injunction i I suppose the Producers of The nine justices stepped up to the bench at a Challenge also want to face a courtroom packed with attorneys newsmen and ed to niake a better show and so spectators Outside a line of probably 300 persons stood1 tliev madebelieve too If there A 1 I 1 Steel TH Arguments m High Court Noon Poll Spot Check Reveals 16 Per Cent Vote Expect Increase Nearperfect weather greeted Indiana County voters fchey went lo the to elect countv and local j officials i But voting was not considered brisk this morning A spot survey by the Indiana Evening Gazette revealed an approximate 16 percent of the vote cast by noon Veteran observers indicated that it will take a heavy vote tins evening lo boost the percentage to the mark that jhad been to 80 per cent Polls will close at 8 m throughout the county Johnstown Man Found I Fatally Beaten I 1 Atstake are most of the offices in the county courthouse as well as many and township seats At noon in Indiana approximate ly of the eligible voters had cast their ballots This was somewhat higher in the outlying i areas Several of the county polls re ported the following tabulations at noon Precinct Total Indiana j Indiana Indiana 31 680 Indiana 32 Indiana 4 959 Homer City Center j White I j White 2 Noon Vote 218 4001 139 197 233 230 450 325 i HIGH THE Fowlers head is about 12 feet from feel which to be his as he works on new 880 jet airliner at Cunvair in San Diego Calif Feet actually belong to I Smith who is cluing another job on plane being built for Delta Air Lines AP Wirephoto v T Kentucky GOP Hopes For Spin JOHNSTOWN town man was found dead in his home today the apparent victim of a severe beating Russell F Hockenberry 43 of 1307 Pennsylvania Ave was foimd in his bedroom by bis motherinlaw Mrs Joseph Kut sepa who has been living at the Hockenberry residence Police are questioning Hocken berrys mute wife Irene 33 by passing notes back and forth Hockenberry was an elevator op erator at a Johnstown bank but had been laid off because of an eye illness A post mortem is being con ducted at Memorial Hospital to verify the cause of death Blast In Dynamite Plant Kills Worker LOUISVILLE jtucky Republicans held hopes to day that Democratic dissension would help elect the states first GOP governor in 16 years Although Democratic Gov A Chandler predicted thousands of I unhappy Democrats would stay at NEW YORK produce home a turnout of about jer Albert Freedman Denied today was expected during the polling j to the New York JournalAmerf I hours between 6 and 5 waiting in the hope of getting in AUGUSTA Ga Two pun Arthur J Goldberg chief conn men who disarmed five Augusta sel of the United Steelworkers UnT TY W ICar Crash vvas too much makebelieve I HEREIN 111 tremendous explosion rocked a wish you could do something dynamite production plant near here today rattling windows i about it without giving entertaineight miles away One workman was reported killed mcnt too much of a black The blast ripped the dynamite division of Olin Mathieson Cugat joined the parade of witChemical eight miles south of here in the tiny South nesses before the House subcomern Hlinois community of mittee on Legislative Oversight in its expose of coaching rigging and conniving on television quizzes i Charles Van Doren the W appearing whiz on the program k I i I said Monday he Oil Oil Cl I can that he ever sought Combs and Republican John Robsion policemen on threat of death were ionopened the argument attack captured Monday at an inn across inS legality of the injunction i the Savannah River in South issued by Federal Judge Herbert I H Carolina PSorg in Pittsburgh Oct 21 Police said one of the men ForSolicitor General J Lee Rankin rest W Phillips 32 was wounded Iliad the assignment to answer for critically His companion Elmonthe government Middleton 23 of Harlan surj Shortly before the start of the bee Photo on Page A rendered meekly special hearing the office of the STRONGSTOWN Two persons was coached to winnings r Criminal investigator William courts clerk said John C Bane are in fair condition today in Cugat his attorney by his side Elliott of Richmond County rePittsburgh attorney would argue the Indiana Hospital with injuries See 4 Col ccived a flesh wound in the left briefly on behalf of the steel comthey received last night in a one panics car accident on Route 422 a half c Officers gave this Under court rules Goldberg mile west of Strongstown bnOOTS Two policemen were sent to an opened with an account of the Injured were Henry I I LJ I Augusta parking lot to arrest Philbackground of the strike 113 days jr 34 Nantv Glo operator of the H MOSpllOl lips on a charge of child today and what has happened car and Mrs viola Hoofer 51 ment He denied being the man in lower courts Colver RD TORONTO man wearare considered good despite the Charles Van Doren The newspaper obtained the statement in a telephone interview Leaders of the faction backingwith Freedman in Mexico City j riecuman one of the creators spin among the Democrats Theyof the defunct National Broadcast i say his margin over Robsion willjing Co quiz show TwentvOnp 6aSt to Republican leaders however I fore a House subcommittee prob j l lances but when units from four not t Support Up I VI 111 I1W11I 1 Will neighboring towns sped up to theiPredlct Flrst Congressional gate they were turned back jDistnct a Democratic stronghold will not return its usual over whelming majority for the party iThis together with an almost of relatives of divided vote in metropoli men on duty at the time of thetan Louisville and a heavy GOP A guard said they were needed ing the quiz show frauds Van Doren testifying before the committee Monday said that after he had won Freedman once said to him Charles I think I ought to have of that WASHINGTON AP Pennsyl explosion surged around the gatemajority in the traditionally Re Van Doren added that dont contributions to both the Republican and Democratic na tional committee funds this entre for word The blast scene cannot be seen from the gate A fence surrounds publican Eight District will bringjbelieve Mr Freedman meant Reporters at the gate said no wivwi iw sought Middleton and three other At the opening of the hearing Indiana Hospital officials siid a honiemade linen niask fact that political leaders regard I smoke was visible injuries to the Suddenly Phillips and Middleton limit was set on either side head and drew pistols and covered the five At the same time the chief Hoofer suffers from a laceration officers threatening to kill them justice said Ihe court felt the parof the arm and injuries to her strolled pital in downtown Toronto Monday and fired a shotgun blast at a tor year before a presidential elcc A spokesman for the chemical money See 4 Col 1 if they didnt surrender their weapons The policemen obeyed Patrolman Lybrand Hutto saw what was happening from across the street and called headquar ters Hutto had the pair in his pistol sighls but the pistol nfl wouldnt fire he said BALTIMORE Md Phillips and Middleton heard a ailments in dogs and cats may 11M1 Also Victims back and pelvis According to the Sta from the Indiana substation Shilling vehicle was going west on Roule 422 when it went out of con Democratic National Com victory they say Also at stake are eight other area statewide offices and two pro posed amendments to the state constitution One amendment which proposes paying a bonus to veterans of four was being prepared jwars has been the subject of The explosion occurred at nonpartisan controversy concern Ed Jacquin said a state in the way it The newspaper quoted Freed man I never said that 1 could have said somthing jokingjly It is a lie Why he said it I dont know I never said that to anyone Mr Van Doren has been un der tremendous tension He is ft very sensitive human being Burdened with this tremendous Dr George Callahan 35 the vie me uemocrauc rational uurna m Windovvs rattled here andCombs and Robsion agreed to take urn suffered a kidney wound He received a total of underwent surgery and was reportfrom Pennsylvanias Drmocratic The dynamite and an adj The Republicans also feel that tension one can assume heTan ed m good condition today State Finance Committee largest joining rocket fuel installation alWions promise to oppose that he Alfred Hugh Durneen 28 of m the nation among Democrats so operated by Olin Mathieson aretax increase will help swell his y mat he mSht Uol on a curve crashed into nine was arrested shortly after tor the period June lAuvr 31 leased from the Army The Combs has refused to state the shooting and charged with at It was topped only by a ings once served as part of anwhetber he will raise taxes tempted murder Police said Durcontribution by the Massachusetts Army ordnance base during World Combs 48 a former judge of Police said the car was rtmol neen was a former Pa Committee to War Kentuckys highest court the patrol car radio ordering more be diagnosed just as they are jshed tient Np reason for the shoaling the GOP national headquaters The installations are near Crab Court of Appeals won one of the police to the scene They humans by electrocardio p was announced See 4 Col Orchard Lake i See KentuckyPage 4 Col 7 up the officers pistols and fled gramsaccording to Dr E EdJj a beC in a car with a woman identified par of Silver Springs riau milnc pqi nf Moy Be fatal Blow To Political as Barbara J Finstead 2ti of Au gusta See 2 Page 4 Col 7 Rifles B and L Weaver Lyman Md He explained the use of the scopes easy payments S H heart diseases that humans are Lldent yester ihree miles east of Clarksi machine on pets al the Southern Route 32003 Veterinarv Medical Assn convenCmemaiigh Iwp j tion He said dogs and cats are llis reported Robert subject to manv of the same f was Crating a vehicle that skidded on a curve and siruck Report Light Vote In Pa Elections green stamps Rogers Jewelry TTS tfx hunting dogs Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON More on the TV quiz probe is discussed by Divw Pinrson m his column on editorial page 6 FOOTBALL A roundup of county football records and scoring appears in Hip A suction on pages 14 and 15 Other Features and heart strain often is found in V e He was treated at the Indiana Hospital for contusions of the left hip and lacerations of the left ear Damage to the car was esti mated al Showdown Day For Embattled Stassen In Philadelphia Vote Murder Jurors Taken To Pol Is PLATTSBURGH N Y AP By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 Voting was reported light most i places in the morning hours of Pennsylvanias election today Hie weather was crips and sunny but this did not seem to stimulate much interest in contests devoid of significance Statewide the balloting is for i Superior and Supreme Court judges and on three amendments to the i PHILADELPHIA AP This upset victory by at least ot voting ernor of Pennsylvania He was constitution is showdown day for embattled The Democrats too are con A defeat for Stassen 52 could defeated by a virtually politically Harold E Stassen Either Philafideni that Dilworih who is runsend him into oblivion since he unknown pretzel manufacturer delphians surprise most insiders ning on his first Umi record will has suffered setback after setback who had Republican party and elect the Republican underemerge a victor by at least a in recent years GOP Aliddlni Limp Butiucst Mirror I U I outlet 16 3 IS IH IS 13 Count Trcn rosswortla IUHorUI Uusptui IH K IJ Obltuirin SoiIfI Spoiti IV Kadlo 11 Ii WKAT1IEK loudy wimly and cool with seatteied o MIOU flurnos tuiiialil aud Wednesday Low tonight 32 tu JB High Wednesday 01 to Iti Actually chief interest focused the Philadelphia mayoralty race Republican Harold Stasscti dog mayor or they strike what margin ol likely wouldnot risk running him On the other hand a victory trying to unseat Mayor Richard Sixteen jurors hearing a murder could be tne fatal Wow lo voting generally was light again at any level would be a shot in the arm tor S011 Dilworth a Democrat He was trial had a bus at their disposal waning political career in Philadelphia The former governor of MinneStassen and would give him a given much chance lo do it today to lake them to the polls Democratic regislration ma Stassen and his wife appeared sola and disarmament advisor lo big voice in the leadership of An alltime record 54 million The round as an Jorlv of ni o r e than shortly after 7 and cast their President Eisenhower has lost Pennsylvania Republicans people were eligible to vole Of election day estiand tne endorsement of Philadelballots in the 2nd Division of the bids for the Republican presiden Dilworth 61 first entered pothai iota are Republicans mated at about 200 miles Clinton PHas three daily newspapers 15th Ward which is for residents tial nomination three times since lilies in 1947 in a loaing Democrats County charteaed the bus andother major organizations esof Park Towne Place a new 1944 ipaign for mayor In 1951 he was With the Democrats predicting were ordered to accompany the tablsn Democrat Richardson Dilapartment development He tried to dump Vice Piesielected district attorney 011 a rea Dilworth victory margin of per jurors worth as a favorite in his bid for Stassen told a line of seven dent Richard M Nixon from the form ticket with former Mayor haps the two judgeship a second term waiting voters This is typical Eisenhower ticket in 1956 but his Joseph S Clark now U S sencontest could be decided by Homer City Legion parly loniie While the Democrats and even of the Democratic city machine drive picked up much ale ending b7 of number of voting 53 robins Early bird sonie Republican leaders pnThey should had at least one tteam rule Sct 4 Col I vately are putting their money more voting machine here Where Stassen s most recent defeat Dilworih succeeded tlark asL Election night lam Session at on Dilworth is brimming the Democrats have a lot of iame in 1958 when he ran as a mavui lie defeated tur the lam Stsiiois Browjis Hotel with confidence He loresces an votes youll lind a whole battery candidate in the primary for gov CoJ 1 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