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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania Three Die In On Cramer Pike TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family When you always take your n good old sweet time its easy to go sour on the job lEwttf tm Volue 70 Twentyeight Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday November 4 1959 Two Sections Sevan Centi GOP LANDSLIDE IN COUNTY RACES One Sticker 1 9 Country Trip For Ike Ready WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower an nounced today he will visit 0nine countries in Europe Asia and Africa starting Dec 4 Eisenhower told a news conference the 19day good will tour will take him to Rome Italy Ankara Turkey Karachi Pakistan Kabul Afghanistan New Dehli In dia Teheran Iran Athens Greece Paris France and Rabat Morocco The tour to three continents will start in Rome with two days of talks there beginning Dec 4 with Italian government officials j Eisenhower also said he hopes to call on Pope John XXIII Eisenhower plans to return to the United States Dec 22 three days before Christmas The President will be in Paris three or four days starting Dec for the Western summit con ference He said today he will visit Ra his way after leaving Paris i The only other detail Eisenhow er provided was that he will be in New Dehi Dec 11 for the open ing of the American exhibit at the International Agricultural Fair tlit re The visit to India is expected fo provide an opportunity for the President to make a major speech The tour to three continents will be the most extensive overseas trip Eisenhower ever has under taken In response to questions he said the purpose of the ticularly the visit to to build better understanding of the United States and goodwill for country Eisenhower noted that no Amer ican president ever has visited Asia He said the countries of that continent are important to Ameri ca particularly in view of the fact that a great portion of the worlds population is centered there The President recalled he has said many times he would like1 to visit India He pictured India as a country struggling to realize fits human ambitions And since he is going to India Eisenhower said he feels he would be missing a chance if he did not also go to such other coun tries in the general are as Paki stan Afghanistan and Iran Replying to another question Eisenhower said he expects to do most of his traveling in his new jet airliner Asked whether he might go part T a tAf Returned To Control Two Sayers Winners In White of County inroads In 3 School Directors Selected W THOMAS MALCOLM elected district attorncv DEE MILLER reeleeted comissioner Unofficial returns from White Townships two voting precincts indicate one of the sticker candidates a Demo crat and two of the nominat ed Republican hopefuls for school director have been elected John Lieb the sticker can didate and Dr Kenneth W i Sayers and Lisle Brady the jtwo nominated GOP candi dates came out on top in a mnecandidate battle for the three vacant school board posts I High man on the voting poll was Dr Sayers who tallied an unoffi cial 1033 while Brady received 1008 and Lieb counted 952 votes All of these figures are unofficial If substantiated later by the of ficial vote count the above re sults would give the Sayers fac tion three votes on the White Township school board j John Gray presently a of the White Township j considered to be one of the supi porters of the Citizens School j Group headed by Dr and Mrs i SP rs j vote totals in the contested race for township school director include Robert Luedy 947 j Merle Craig 938 Lucille 490 Fred M Barletta 209 Gladys 190 and Myrtle 187 Luedy and Craig were he other two sticker candidates Mrs Luj cille Simpson was the third GOP nominee and Barletta Mrs Pen1 rod and Mrs McConnell were the three Democratic nominees In the race for White Township supervisor Incumbent Harry Deabenderfer Republican defeati ed the Democratic hopeful James L Watkins Deabenderfer 1289 votes while his opponent re ceived 605 votes i Some Dem Strongholds By FRANK HOOD Associate Editor It was a sad sigHt for the donkey The Republican Party landslide in Indiana County yes ilerday caused even the most stouthearted Democrats to jpause and wonder if what happened at the polls was really j happening I It was the elephants night to howl and the GOP left only the two offices required by law to the Democrats Berkley Everett In Republicans Celebrating i Republicans Frank M Barkley i Indiana County Republicans to jand John W Everett were are ceiebrating not only a elected as the majority Indiana s y County Commissioners at the of offices in the 3 Municipal Elections Indiana County Courthouse but Incumbent Miller was electi made into several led to a second term and becomespreVJOUsly strong Democratic rt J the minority party member of the county Board of Commissioners areas and all this accomplish ed against a strong Democratic Harold C McCormick also seektrend throughout the ing a second term was unsuccessful of l6 state fu in his bid to remain in the topt has eght years since executive county post i Indiana County GOP could cele McCormick and Miller made pobrate the alectlon of two Republi GUKSS WHO Paul W Jeffries center helps victorious Republican commissioner candidates Frank Barkley left and J W Tiny Everett extend victory waves following yes terdays convincing GOP win in Indiana County Everett and Barkley won easily to restore the Republicans to control of the commissioners offices after a touryear lapse Jeffries the COP chairman in the couniy was also an easy viqtov in his bid for reduction as sheriff t iGazette phHn Vy Defeat Sunday Movie litical history in Indiana County four years ago when they became the first Democratic Commis sioners in 128 years to control the office of County Commissioners Votes of the victorious Commis sioners shows Barkley with Everetr with J nvith j McCormick Indiana Chairman County Paul Jeffries seeking i his fourth term as Sheriff was can County Commissioners The results of Tuesdays election in Indiana County brought to a halt the advances made by the Demo crats during the past four years after they elected two Democratic Commissioners timr In 128 yeais v A bright spot in count scene for the the election of DcrilbCratic council men in BlairsvHIe a normally strong GOP area On the other hand m Pine Town WALTER J WORK new county treasurer Demos Keep Pittsburgh Priest Offers i To Save 1 50 Hungarians YORK AP A young j Roman Catholic priest who fought in the Hungarian revolution of fered his life today in exchange l for the lives of 150 Hungarian teen lagers he says are awaiting execui The Rev Vegvary 30 of PITTSBURGH the Holy Ascension church Roeb retained possession of Pittsburghs ijn said those kids followed I the wav bv shio he made no dty ha1 and a11 major me because 1 am a priest and he direct reply County offices in Tllesdays responsible for their fato A reporter reminded Eisenhowlion j Fathej marched with Sec 9 4 Col 8 ssue Election Index 16 BANKS 23 BLACK LICK TWP M BLAIRSVILLE P 1 Sec II CANOE 18 CENTER TWP P 1 Sec II CHERRY TREE 18 CLYMER P I Sec II 3 ELDERTON 8 GRANT 8 HOMER CITY P 1 Sec II 16 MARION CENTER 7 PINE P I Sec II PLUMV1LLE 22 RURAL VALLEY Sec II 12 SHELOCTA 14 22 UNOFFICIAL TABLE 22 In Indi iana Boro easily elected over Democrat canship with a Democratic registration George Merrill by a vote of of 706 against 321 Republicans the to GOP candidates for township aud j In the race for County Treasurer itor school director and supenrts iGOP candidate Walter Work reor were all successful over thblr j ceived votes to claim vic tory over Democrat Robert Hall man who received votes The contest for District Attorney The voters of Indiana Borough quietly voted their projshows Republican W Thomas Mai test against Sunday movies in yesterdays Municipal ElecColm claiming a victory over tion by defeating the proposal to Democrat James R Edgerly by a This margin of 250 votes against permitting the showing j vote of to of movies in the borough was chalked up without the public Incumbent Prothonotary Ronald j Republican and Democratic victoj activity associated with the attempt to vote Sunday Republican was relies that seem to buck the tide of Democratic opponents Veteran political observers said today that this marks the first time in about 17 years that sueh a large portion of the township of fices have rested in Republican hands V Other isolated examples of both in four years ago In a precinct breakdown of the votes first ward voted 511 in favor of Sunday movies and 384 against All of the other borough voting pecincts voted against the pro posal In borough wide posts A M Cox easily won over Democrat See 4 Col 8 All Returns Are Unofficial Readers are asked to remem ber that all returns and tabula tions of yesterdays General Election in todays Indiana Eve ning Gazette are unofficial turned to office over Clarence j traditional party strength are not Yates The vote was to in yesterdays balloting includ 494 a sweep of offices Also returned to office as Regis1 Borough by the GOP ter and Recorder is Donald Good weather throughout most Shank He won a victory over i of the day brought voters to the Democrat Sam Cliff Gaul by a j polls in large numbers However vote of to j credit for the large though not Elected to serve on the board j spectacular turnouts was due in See 4 Col 3 I See 4 Col 3 Headon Collision Of 2 Autos Cramer Pike Crash Kills Three c R Slale Stn JoseP other Hungarian refugees who oU former Democratic state demonstrated for an hour early to 1 wish to thank the many persons Chairman set made my reelection as Indieasy victor the pace with anday outside the Park Ave head in the Pittsburgh quarters of the Soviet delegation sin mayoralty race Then he and the to the United Nations The refu terely Mrs Agnes B Hood 70 nian aught him a good deal marched silently with black about David and the Hungarian colors on CoralGraceton Fire Co party See 4 Col 3 the third anniversary of the Hun Jgarian uprising Dr Belu Fabian chairman of the Federation of Hungarian Former Political Prisoners said tlie youngsters were sentenced to death at secret trials for their part in the revolt when they were 13 and 14 years old He said they are to be executed as they reach 18 since Hungarian law forbids the execution of anyone under 18 Fa bian said he got his information train letters smuggled from Hun gary Father Vegvary a short slight man said he had sent a telegram to the Soviet delegation to the U N offering himself in exchange tor the teenagers freedom Israel Egypt Planes Battle Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says that Nikita would have enjoyed 1 to Disneyland during his visit to this country See pagi ti GENEVA Seta preview of the Geneva College football team in s section See pages 20 and 21 Other Features AUddm s Lamp Business Mirror Cooiici IK 111 itii l ouuty 1eeo l I russnordi Editorial BosplUI Newt T Obituaricl is tudio r JERUSALEM and Egyptian fighter planes claslitd today in an aerial battle near the IsraeliEgyptian border The two governments oilically at war despite a longstanding ar mistice gave differing accounts of exactly where the clash took place and of what happened The Israeli version Four Egyp tian MIGs Sovietmade jet light ers penetrated 1520 miles over ihe central Negev Desert of Israel bet ore they were intercepted Cancelled Tonights spaghetti dinner sponsored by V F W Auxiliary at Hotel Homer Indiana Floral Co will close at 5 Friday Nov b 7UI WEATHEIl Cloudy and wirw with showers and scattered thimdershowcrs today and tonight Low tonight near TiO Cloudy and turning colder Thursday with eiiltcriri High Cancelled Tonights spaghetti dinner sponsored by V F W Auxiliary at Hotel Homer 7UxH Cancelled Tonights spaghetti dinner sponsored by V F W Auxiliary at Hotel Homer TOxli Indiana Floral Cn will close at 5 p m Friday Nov 6 71x1 Party every Thursday nite Wed Hi OP TWO LAKS IN TRIPLE FATALITYAbove Hie cat occupied by Mi and Mis John ot were killed along witn Ioy Ju of Johnstown in a twovar Uil on Ilumer 1ikr was timing tin velmle plxulo by Sipust CRAMER Three persons died as the result of a headon crash last evening on the Cramer pike about four miles north of Johns town according to State Police trom the Indiana substation Killed as a result of the crash on Route 403 were Mr and Mrs John Waligora 424 Chestnut Conemaugh and Coy Jay 62 35 Grove Johnstown Mr mid Mrs Waligora aged 35 and 30 were reported killed in Jay passed away ai 15 today in 4 Johnstown Hospi tal According ta the police report the vehicle operated by at tempted to pass a truck as both vehicles were headed south on Route 40J vehicle hit heacton wuh the car operated by Mr Waligora The Waligora vehicle going north and the Jay auto collided about midway beside the truck Following the impact the Waii gora car hit the truck trailer ueaf the rear wheels of the truck Police stud the truck was opei by Ernest Aui 346 Clymer Only minor damage to i ruck Total daiiuge at The accident that brought to three suns ocuiriad
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