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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY When you take good care of your health you can usually fig ure on its doing the same or you Volume 72 An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family I 3 Pages Indiana DIDNT KNOW Indiana Pennsylvania Friday November 6 1959 Two Sections STANTON Kennedy Hits Political Gold In California Success Sharpens Dilemma Editors Note Relman Morin Pulitzer Prizewin ning Associated Press re porter has been in Califor nia several days interview ing political leaders and studying the grassroots ac tivities of Sen John F Kennedy Here he describes the California dilemma facing the Massachusetts Democrat Jet Sonic Boom Breaks 144 Eggs CLEVELAND Ohio jel planes and 144 eggs Mix them ami what tio you get Twelve broken eggs Thsits what happened Thursday when the jets streaking out from Yciingstown Air Force Base on a false alarm to aid a bomber broke the sound barrier The sonic boom sprayed east side homes and suburbs and caused the eggs to tumble off the shelves at a poultry market TV Head Opposed To Laws WASHINGTON AP Stanton president iOt Columbia Broadcasting System told House investi jgators today he com Ipletely unaware of TV quiz show irregularities before August 1958 and then acted j promptly to throw the of programs off the air i One program he said was canceled within a week action taken against appeared vesterotnor cluiz shows within six months of the time he first mittee on Legislative Oversight Jearned something was wrong Kinter who said NBC was just the concluding witness in a URGES LAW AGAINST RIG GING Robert E Kinter pres iclent of the National Broadcast ing Company clay before the House Subcom and three ENGAGED Entertainer Sam my Davis Jr confirmed yester day his engagement to a young Canadian dancer Joan Stuart 21yearold white girl of Toron to Canada He said he hopes to overcome her parents objec as much deceived as the public in the current TV quiz show scandals called on Congress to make it House investigation of television and quiz shows Stanton i acknowledged that in the face of By RELMAN MOR1N LOS ANGELES AP Sen John F Kennedy struck poltical gold in four days of tions before they marry prospecting in California Top Democratic leaders II PN i including Gov Edmund G llGSS UGDl Pat Brown generally agree A I about that today AN I OS But his very success sharpens the dilemma that now confronts the Massachusetts senator Should he enter the winnertakeall Calif ornia primary next June and go WASHING I ON for its glittering 81 votes a Federal crime to rig what we know now we didnt ex television quiz shows AP Wirejercise due diligence per Tells of Plug ROCKET SHIP AFTKR EMERGENCY tANDING Technicians and firemen climb over the rocket ship X15 after it slammed to earth in an emergency landing yesterday at Edwards Air Force Base following an explosion in the air The fuselage was broken about six feet be hind the pilot in the sudden landing Test tilot Scott Crossfield at the controls as usual was not hust Toppicture looks toward the pianos nose Bottom picture looks toward the tail and rocket iAP Wirephoto public n the ity nian for the Hess BrosdePfirt ment store in Allentown says the firm spent thousands of dol The question pivots on to get PlllSs for the store jls he strong enough to beat ing convention Integration OKdByFew Methodists i CINCINNATI Ohio AP Div Walter G Muelder declared here J today that only per cent of Methodists polled in a na Uional survey believe all racial dis crimination and enforced segrega tion should be abolished Dr Muelder dean of the Bos1 POPLARVILLE Miss ton University College of Sebe in whose court grald JUT action in the believe that legislators Confer lynching of Negro Mack Charges jail for these ills and that the ri should look down on Mississippi justice is moving forward in that but the bespectacled jurist tfmt Convic to preThursday after a grand jury Stanton did not Jurist Talks Strongly On Lynch Case But hindsight is always feet he added Asserting the TV quiz show scandals have been a bitter pill ifor us to Stanton de j dared it is now up to the broad casting mdustry itself to assume I chief responsibility for correcting the industrys ills As the windup witness before a i House subcommittee investigating i television gacmg at the annual Methodist ence on Christian Steel Strike In 115th Day No Contract Seen Some California Democrats say assertion came from Max should lie is Others are who said that public lv nedy himself said he would be lations firms were paid to make j reluctant to enter the such arrangements Turning to the problem This in spite of the compliments1 Levine testified Thursday before husband and wife i echoing here i into Oregon i He had a big said 1 See 2 Col 1 TV quiz programs S Supreme Court as a of itself is is continuation of Dale reared in a family of 121 sPe stringent criminal la Local Youth Burned While WASHINGTON steel strike today entered its 115th day with peace talks at a standstill and not a sign Rw from any direction that a settlement might be near J The nation and the deadlocked industry and union j awaited the Supreme Courts decision whether to sustain or knock down a TaftHartley law Need Action singled out NBCs television prooccupational patterns of function I grams Today featuring Dave and status will undermine the iGarroway and the Tonight show basis of family land the CBS Garry Moore and He declared the working wife is Called Hathorn loves PersontoPerson programs faced with two of being I children in a tiny Mississippi hi Is and KITTANNING Pa AP A special session of the U S Con igress may be necessary to erd the Levine said columnists who competitive and aggressive in hi f A MfsslPPi mentioned the store included Bobjob and the other of relaxing those IP f fh L M j Considine of the Hearst Syndicate assertive requirements in favor J gn I r f nis home in the Civil protectj and greatgreat here too in Poplarville i Stanton Delaplane of the Me wanting to please Naught Syndicate Earl Wilson of j ing or nurturing v the Hall Syndicate and Hal Boyle When these two sets of of The Associated Press are not coherenl NBC said it would investigate right motivation Clarence Newlin 18 East Whether the ruling would come received second degree burns of today or later remained the his left arm shortly before 7 courts own secret The govern yesterday when fire broke out as Greenville Dairy Strike said I ion if the U S Supreme Court such f5 made in manv oth jihrwvs out the TaftHartlev It had nothing to do with in u D c See 2 Col 6 jobMor days Corp otficial said Thursday x In New York Considine i Wilbur T Blair vice president that ears ol the firm said President Personal appearance at the Max ihowrr will probably call the sesHess St01e U was an ment obtained the injunction in he along with several other pcrfedera jn pittsburgh more sons was working on the gas tankithan UVQ weeks gQj bul u has of a Car been held in abeyance pending the I Congressional action would re Tlic injured youth was treated 0f appeal PITTSBURGH AP The 24j suit in compulsory arbitration by Indiana Firemen and a local Sen Morse striko of industry labor and the Pres physician nounced lie will ask Congress next against the Greenville Dairv CoUent providing arbitrators Blair According to the report Newyear to lhe potent 1m and the others working on the new poWtTS to strikesmonlh b They would reach a decision car were repairint the Bas tank ulthreateniiift to create national The agreement was reached and thai will be he added PITTSBURGH AP a car parked in a garage under Thursday by the company and He said however that if the Jackson 31 of Pittsburgh a three apartment building He sait he will introduce a bill Loca of tu high court sustains the injunction drew a fine and 10 hast Pike when gasoline appaito provide alternative and sends the men back to work years in Western Suite cntly dropped on a hght bulb and Under one approach in thej Williain ror 80 days Congress could still tiary for selling heroin caught tire igniting the car Morse lne said the main poim thu compulsory arbitration Jackson was convicted in contract was company agreement Congress will be in session in jury trial before Judg understanding man with irinfl th striking steel workers back made no acceptance education and love II their jobis for 80 days Coro otficial said comment lamily is he gray hair combed Seek Increase In Gas Rates Stanton said he was completely of irregularities in CBS street he rarely goes a block shows until August of last When Dale walks down the StantonV testimony re inforced the CBS policy placed in effect last month banning ail money quiz and giveaway shows from the network We were forced to the sion that we could never be sure about these programs as ly he testified Them1 is always the danger that programs may be rigged in one way or Fined Jailed out tipping his hat to a woman he knows or cracking off a n 8ossip about luiz ling to a cronv in his country eneral came to my j twang i CureAHPage 2 Col 1 PITTSBURGH AP Manu In nearby Columbia his homej lecturers Light Heat Co of town Dale shares a law office today filed with the with his son The judge has a Federal Power Commission a with the scales of I increase in wholesale naton it Occasionally he wears ural gas rates affecting 28 utilities bright red tie and pocket handker m Pennsylvania New York with a dark blue suit New Jersey and Maryland He wore just that garb when he Vice President C A Massa said came to Poplarville after the Par today over half of the rate hike is needed ker lynching It touched off a to 20 to offset higher charges Manuj story Penitenfacturers pipeline suppliers havei Newspapers said the red neck Troy tie and handkerchief and blue suit 2 Col The burning auto was pushed out of the garage and the fire was1 quickly extinguished by Indiana Firemen Firemen also quelled TUCKI TQI fire that started from the burning gasoline on the floor of tin1 garage Some smoke damage resulted in PITTSBURGH he apartments over the garage LUBBOCK Tex AP Dr Harold Eidinoff 50 accused by the state of feigning insanity to escape trial for murder heard a jury pronounce him of unsound asked a non Manufacturers asked that the meant only one thing to Poplar lore Robert rates become effective Dec 7 Gus vjlle natives They recognized it to recognize the union as bargainJanuary and the 80day injunction Van der Voon The jurist comcompanies affected by Manufaca replica of the trademark of agent for tinpreviously indeorier wi sti11 be in If ue ire to stamp out Hirers wholesale rate increase native son the late white suprem ipendent producers viding the iivJustry and labor do the evil of the sale of narcotics serve over customers ist Sen Theo Bilbo Other contract terms according not conle to terms lhat me we must impose the severest sen At the same time another Pitts a word of truth in it said to Diumon included Blair made his remarks at a tence the law will burgh firm Home Gas asked Dale when asked to A company guarantee to use 70 meeting of the Armstrong County City detectives and federal the FPC for approval of a only thing it meant e truck upset on Route 19 in nearby Pr tnt of the milk brought in branch ol the Pennsylvania Econagents arrested Jackson July 24 rule increase on natural gas it getting old enough to wear loud Damage to the car and garage McCandlqss Twp today and inbV Pennsylvania and Ohio haulers omv League after a twomonth investigation supplies six New York See 2 Col 2 were1 reported as slight Jurecl Lame Crouse 21 of or bottled milk and cream agree mind Thursday Franklin County ment to a check off system for I wish to thank the voters of Sne wfs a passenger in the duej collection and agreement not Green Twp for their support in truck operated by her husband impose regulations or producers the election D R Bolvin David was not hurt Mrs over and above those imposed by Crouse detained at Allegheny Federal state or municipal health ft Rustic Lodge Smorgasbord General hospital with back arm boards sunday 12 to 8 73x and injuries Inside The Gazette of Pledged Indiana Countys United Funds Reaches 45 Per Cent Ot Quota District Court jurors held the graying former El Paso physician insane now and was last Jan when he shot and killed Theo dore Andress a lawyer also 50 at the El Paso Airport Witnesses commpnt Isaid Eiclinoff nursed a grudge after nt J imlAndress introduced nude pictures i m of Eidilloff and his first wjfe jn a 1954 court suit The verdict under Texas law prevents Eidinoffs trial on a mur der charge Instead Dist Judge Robert H Beau will commit him to a mental hospital Thank you voters of Brush Val ley Twp for your vote of Nov 3 1 pledge a sincere effort not to betray your confidence Grant F kcwe BOYLE Kvcrv otlico has Read about some UTS in Hal Boyles column on rditunal END OF TBAIl Indiana County football cntors its final wockenr tonight ijljout tin1 on sports panes 14 anpi to f those office rharac 15 Road Other Diamon said that both sides also agreed to notily lhe other it pro ducer processor relations wero to continue after the coiitraci ev pi res May 1 1 wish 10 thank my many friends all over the county both The Indiana County United Fund tribution of some of the amount all employees with an average two ways cun and Democrat who so loyally campaign has raised againcredited to our contribution of per employe residents go to the Indiana Coun me ai the recent s the overall goal of This Marion Center Area II reported Robert C Humphrey assistant to ty Fund and Westmoreland resi sum was reported yesterday by in pledges totaling Clymer the plant manager and R W dents contributions go to that coun audit chairman Tobie Carbone It Area 111 Homer City S34JO Barr cochairman of the United tys combined charity drive This represents per cent of the Saltsburg Area V and BlairsFund campaign in the Blairsville arrangement holds for all firms me one of vour I wish jo thank the many percounty quota required to meet the ville Area VI industrial area praised the cmanil businesses in Northern Westcommissioners I will do election as minimum needs of the 12 member Most of the area chairmen reployees for their liberality moreland County cooperating with to serve you well John ported that the recent election ab We hope to attain at least 85 the Indiana County United Fund which includes Indiana sorbed time and with that over per cent employee said a Campaign wish to thank all the voters made it possible for me to be rur next County Treasurer Your Gifts of Indiana County was sincerely appreciated o m thf alter JWork 72 election S Williams 72 Wldl tO ank tlu may voles si us who made School Director possible Sincerely Larry my of Center Twp agencies Area 1 best Tins Tl DeChurch 72 AUddm Mirrur 16 1 tr 18111 CriiittM KUiluriul Hospital Nuln IX h Itl Obiluanei Spurts WKATHKB Ulidy and cold with fhimrs Low lolilght Hi ivi High fuxy idu 2o Boro has reported on its the United Fund campaign will representative of the Campaign chairman Joseph F Indiana Roller Rink Entire I wish to take this oooorlunitv reakdow Give where1 gel on in earnest was the way No at Westinghouse We McMahon said this morning This ior to thank all the voters and pervou has been one of thc RBarr chairman said have won tht United Fund is an excellent report to datt but1 n er CC11U srns who made my fur basic PrinciPles o this campaign il ol good citizenship already but we have not had the time to Dance Sat supervisor a victory Sincerely and a close ex Incomplete returns from the emwill 1101 stop until every man has amine the giving in line with the Hurry 72 aminaiion of the report may ndiployees at thc Wesiinghouse Mean opportunity to chapter plan accepted by organ calc that the employe giving of one tals Plant indicates that JO S50 The sum raised by at lied labor morally and sum jo Rustic tonile Mcdora i Clymer majoi urn may require a contributed by per rcni of the pkint is divided Sic 2 Iol 5 Sundas I   

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