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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Evety Member of the Family A of toll has brought citter again hut dont take it too hard r 71 City Thirtytwo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday November 5 1959 Two Sections ACCUSED I EDITION RIG f Should f Its Build Say Mails Favor TV Quiz Shows DOROTHY JANE BURNS accident victim Ask Study Of Need njuries For Two FatdTo Dorothy Burns Should Indiana Borough sell one of the two buildings Miss Dorothy Jane Burns it now owns ja remodeling present mun icipaf building T This question was asked byautomobile accident NEW YORK AP and CBS report mail and tele jgram sentiment in favor of jcontinuance of television quiz shows The correspondence also has Brought expressions of affec tion for Charles Van the admittedly coached TV The bulk ot it was re1 ceived by Dave Garroways show where Van Doren was a commentator iuntil ousted by NBC CBS and NBC the networks which nurtured and nipped the TV REVLON PRESIDENT TEST1 quiz boom said today that com FIES Charles Rcvson presi NACTION ExRevlon Veep Claims Network Knew Of TV Fixing Nothing Done Columbia Broadcasting was accused today ot not moving promptly to early reports ot television quiz show rigging The accusation was made by George Abrams a former Revlon sponsor of the now defunct i r Question and in tes jtimony before the House Legislative Oversight subcommit tee Abrams testified under oath show fixing were brought to the attention of CBS and nothing Abrams first alluded to a but quickly added Maybe thats a severe term iThey were dragging their CBS as well as Robert E Kinti 19 mumcations about TV quiz pro dent of the RevionTopics CLYMER A citizens group Ca tahere last to launch community swimming pool pro at a meeting in the United NBC reporting on a tally of its lutely when he Mne hal1 ClymerPool Project Sets Group Okay M1SS jane Burns 19 iv Mmd pro uum ui me Kevion cosmetics 7 ns before going into passed away last night in a New grams generally streaming firm appeared yesterday before Co were on call to here la ing program at Hospital a victim of iniurm fast for complete tabula House investigators of TV quiz Au I y a comr unicipal building ijes she received last week inan tion i hows He said he was abso at estion was asked hvi automobile NBC reoortina on a tallv lt lutely flabbergasted when hp ot for Mine i niio woo oy auixHMuuiie i LIJUI ung on a lany or us imuucigaoicu wnen ne w c At A Councilman Paul Bortz at1 A daughter of F Carl and Delia latesl 625 letters said 468 favored lnead for the first time last week L 7 A 50 Persons reprc Monday nights council meetJ Burns 402 Water Street Indicontinuation of the quiz shows 129 that programs sponsored by wl mlllrtBi and ing during a discussion of a ana the deceased was critical of such entertain Ion were rigged WainerLambert Pharmjacbyities gave wholehearted secretarial school in New 28 W0le undeterminate ing during a discussion of a ana tlie deceased was attendinga were critical of such entertain remodeling program for the secretarial school in New York i present headquarters of the City while residin8 with a brother boroughs government jin Montclair N J The borough owns Community Miss Burns was to the Center Building at Ninth andlMountain Sidc in Mont Philadelphia Streets in additionto clair N follcwm8 the auto the Municipal Building on North rrobllc accident last Thursday She Seventh Street reportedly was a passenger in a The recent move of Pennsylvania car rcturning to from Department o Highways offices the in New York Citv horn the present Municipal Build Funeral Home in ing has resulted in considerable Indiana ls m charge of arrange i ments Complete arrangements will be announced later A CBS spokesman said A large majority of the mail continuation of this type show They enjoy them and I to see them kept on the is some way of doing See 8 Col 6 Two Injured i unused space The only official i borough function quartered jn the Community Center Building is the recreation commissions offices i Bortz suggested to other counciln I t men to consider the sale of one orT SOD IGS FAR FROM actress Evelyn Rudiedis the other of the boroughowned plays a note to her mother which she said she forgot to leave at home before taking off on a transcontinental jet plane flight alone Evelyn was discovered aboard an eastbound American plane several hours after her mother reported she hid disappeared from her Hollywood home The child tec actress told reporters here she was just on her way to visit President and Mrs Eisenhower m Washington AP Wirephoto For Drivers1 Tests Here Given Okay The Site of driver examina f in has been changed from the National Guard Armory to an area be side theJ S Mack Community Center Announcement of the change in the location for drivers tests was announced today by State Police Absolute Deadlock In Strike Says US By G MILTON KELLY WASHINGTON mediators todavchildrer tSl are ablute i structures and the concentration P of all borough offices in one C jture I Councilman Bortz said he does nt think the borough should be in the real estate business He also HARRISBURG fe a study should be made to de000 annual rate increase has been termmc the possibility of sale of granted to Peoples Natural Gasi Sergeant Edwin V Gaffney of onc of the structures Pittsburgh serving flccr c council m other action approvcustomers in 13 western PeunsyjJ substation ed the of rightofway Vania counties agreements in connection with the The Public Utility Commission was instrumental in Marsh Run flood control Wednesday lifted asuspension of the move of the test i A rebici on the roofing project the new rates imposed last year inS site from the Armory and fo the fire house section of the ruling they are not exxessive municipal building was also order Tlie City of Pittsburgh had il fought the increases Approval was given to place a According to the utility the I One man is in satisfactory Tennessee minister the Rev condition in the Indiana Hospital Charles E Jackson that he had and another was treated and rebeen coached on actual questions jleased today following a truck land car accident at the intersection of Nonetheless the show stayed on j Sixth St and Carter Ave i See To 8 Col 1 Indiana Borough Police report William Edgar Matthews 31 Dill town was admitted to the locni with lacerations ol the chin and injuries to the chesl fol 1 lowing the collision John Kofka 29 Ashland was treated and released j According to the police Mat iaceutica Corp port to the project and named Abrams testified the first procommittees that will begin pre test reported to CBS came iniliminary planning March 1958 from Arthur J Cohn phe a contestant on that his opponent had been given posed pool a question in a warmup session I tion outlet for sirrrounding that was later used on the air as wel as c ing lowns He senfl the second incident was M the story told the next fall by the amed to IocatI0n finance committees were Location Martin Dalton William Oakes lost Mc Mrs Ed Sink Andrew Ba George To Marry north on Sixth and Kofka opK tainer Sammy Davis Jr crating an automobile was prodicer Joan Stuart of Toronto f John Petrick and Al ibert Scerbo i j f A spokesman of the group said these two ommiitees meet wtek to further plans j for ifl3 pi eject Representatives of commun ity plan to meet with officials in Indiana Homer City and S to conduct the campaign fleer in charge of the Indiana jessing east on Carter informally Wednesday i ibstation Police said Kofka ran through night that they are engaged trie I n r I fl a I Indiana Borough Burgess G the stop sign into the path ot the Toronto Telegram said today 6 Matthews truck We havent set a date the Memorial Park area The great number of drivers awaiting their test parked in violation of bor ough parking zones and created Suspended The accident occurred at reported Davis told it in a today j telephone interview from Damage Jo the truck was estil Vegas but it wont be until Rw PI R iw IMC ii utiv was esui vcgas ouc u won c oe unui miated at and to theat least after The car A car operated by Robert Eu i c7 rtttui uinif ID ing UtllltN tie aim vieuiuu temporary policewoman at the corboost will add 48 cents to thei driving conditions in 23J 1384 Water StIn ner of Fourth and Philadelnhia that area runcina diana crashed into a parked trac and C4i on a key issue in the steel strike This is the industrys insistence on the cents for heating con vuvui ii in nj vtiiva LW ii c Philadelphiamonthly bills of nonheating custo that area local residents r tuslu inconvenience on testing days lortrailer truck early this morn Because of these conditions jnf Claude Rains Married To Lecturer WEST CHESTER Pa AP Actor Claude Rains and Mme Asi Jambor concert pianist tlirougl e rt he BaltU additional revenue to offset high imUlS t vr tlivac LUIlUlllUlia r v Peoples claimed it needed he ovcr period of vparc Rurnocc truck operated bv Lvle H Wel HARRISBURG State years Burgess Marbach has rel by Lyl H Welleal peatedly contacted state 40 Latrobe RD was parked telegram added that Miss Stuart white and 21 said their romance began in Montreal where she was Liquor Control Board on Wednes ajjpearing The Negro singer now perform ing in Las Vegas had only an eightday engagement in Mon piujjuacu iui a Uul in charups I wide strike now in its I Nth day He survey of Indiana This suppliers day suspended 20 licenses effec tive later this month Effective Nov 17 Indiana County Indiana Lodge jNo 1279 Order Sons of Italy in We found we had lots in com America Indana 25 days par ties phlladelPna near Fifth Miss Stuart said j netted a minor to frequent sales burg resulting in the change iSt near Deans the Mrs John Stuart Joans mothto a mmor sales to nonmembers Sgt Gaffney explained todav iFntz vehicle wesl er said Naturally we dont apPersons admitted to membership that drivers wishing to take the phiJadelPhia Sttrashed into the the Telegram said driver test will now report to I without written application inves wholesale a spokesman for the FedPral Serv Hemingway in Cuba Home to for nonheanng Bryn married here Wednesday jflif ceremony was performed by Justice of the Peace George Bonsall in the actors home near West Chester Attending were Rains daughter Jenipher 21 the can rsl ol See 8 Col 2 in Cuba today after nearly a year The PUC estimated that the in abouci crease would allow the utility Hemingway flew into Havana a yearly net income of 35 000 Wednesday accompanied by Spanor cent on a fair plant ish bullfighter Antonio Ordonezvalue of 120 million dollars and the letters wife Peoples hrnishus services in Al E Slron8s Greene Indiana Lawrence Wash to ington and Westmoreland counties County Resident Gets New Auto Carter Ave at Seventh St Ap plicants will park their cars on the south side of Carter Ave facing east They will then sign up in the office of the J S Mack Community Center at he Seventh St entrance The driving tests will be given on Seventh St and Maple Si in areas where there are few homes The sergeant pointed out that tests are given on the second third and fourth Tuesdays of the month between and This new location for drivers tests will be used beginning on Tuesday Nov 10 I Damage to the car was estimat p n i r ied at Only minor damage KGD DUSn UlGS resulted to the truck A i I In Williamsport Homer Opens Bids On Dam tigation and ballot Crawford County Margaret L New Gable House Mead ville 15 days sales to visibly in toxicated persons not a bona fide restaurant It is not habitually and principally used to provide food WILLIAMSPORT Pa AP Rep Alvin R Bush RPa died establishment maintained in insan in Williamsport Hospital today atitary condition D lhe of 6ti Clearfield County Army and rna H HC suffered a heart Navy service Club of DuBois 10 c I and the Homer City Water AuWednesday dayS to adhere to b horny met here last night to open j Bush served in Congress two failed to maintain records in Tn pi and ukeTm nd WaS eleCUd w oanl regulatiot anil intake dam third term in 1958 i permitted aamblin WUHam A native of Clearfield Westmoreland Cwntv Polish A f been in Army Veterans Assn of America Acton not be Lycommg County Branch No 69 New Kensington l HiS con 101 days permitted minor to Mu docks of eight northcentral Pennirequent sales to minors sales to lions sylvania counties nonmembers and two friends of the couple t Aclolph Vogel of Merion Pa and W a ninv Fidel Castros regime Edward Lower of West Chester t0day thanks to an Indiana Mrs Hemingway returned Mme Jambor a native merchunts gary and her first husband Imre F Patai a radio and tele Each Side See Cuba several days ago scientist came to this country in 1947 LV Patai died in January 1949 The pianist a Bach soloist has appeared with major orchestras in this country and abroad in eluding the Philadelphia Orches tra National Symphony Orches tra and the Amsterdam Concorige Bouw She has been at Byrn Mawr since 1957 Inside The Gazette END SEASON The Little Indiuns end their season tmuurrow by going on the warputli against Uerry Area High SclKjol Sic dtlails on 22 and UREW PEARSON to express my appreciation to the many persons who support ed my campaign for reelection as County Commissioner It has been my pleasure to serve the people i of the county for the past four years Harold C McCoi mick Vlx R if I PS B sod I Widver IPP pavnients S H gieen ttdinpi Rogers Jewelry IlS tfx The Drew Pearson column continues to comment on the mvesii gation of television Anderson s views m page 6 Arctic Cargo Plane Crashes ST DE BRANDON Que cargo plane bound for the Canadian arctic crashed and burned near this village 50 miles to the northeast of Montreal Wednesday night i The five crew members includ ing a uoman were killed No pas Both Parties Satisfied With Election Results LoveAmerica Tales In Soviet MOSCOW AP Continuing their love America campaign jMoacow newspapers noted that 150 ago today John Quincy Adums presented his credentials to Lmpcror I as IKSI American minister to Russia Other sengers were aboard The dead were Jack I stewardess Brown JOtiO UenUtS POilUCCl AUddln Mirror umiri suai 8Jfl C ronnutdt Kadlo 10 I IS I ick William Bone 27 and Lnd of ficer ranged from 000 WEATHER FORECAST Windy vith dvsnging lo nou flurries inglil o iJiou MjuallifncUiv Hiii nydi ill the HARRISBURG AP Party tioh and the control of several city public backm of the 1 avvrence ptperi PuLlished a VV of a let leaders today road what they administration ur Jame Madi into Tuesdays election re leaders of both par He described the returns as WhCh W lies conceded privately that the hilarating and highly 19UO outcome in Pennsylvania will ing to his party Llter date Washington be determined largely by the pres His Republican ounterpart l0 t809 was A candidates themselves and George 1 Bloom also expressed Smun most of tlie B7 ihowa in tJie weie even greater in the offyear counties he said the GOP made cent campaign My lincere appre D but President Eisenhower fine showings indicating great iraciation to all who Helped me m 1 wish to thank the manv Came rSlH the tollowin8 my activities M a for sons who made possible mv re Rrrillh far sweep the ute and elcctl Bul the Gops biggest Treasurer Hubert olectiun Honvr City BoJcKiii P U H1S Houra ollier with him in any program wiirHaJlman Councilman John Gmbus P V bat k toimty s Rte Commonwealth have to be in Philadelphia where rouillioiies m Bin kv Idnon sccretaiy and Democratic Mate Democratic incumbent Indiana Moral t o will close at Hdnklm Indiana hmiaci ly chairman viewed the TuesdaVs Richardson Dilworth a o IMilav Nov ronimg Mtn n and Miltlu loan as an indication ot wlid Bothlagc 8 tol I L Indiana Floral Co will clow 5 p m Friday Nov 6   

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