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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Art Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family A bachelor somtimes Is a twtin who envies married men until he gets married Volume 76 Fortyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday November 12 1959 City County mf EDITION Officials ot the Veterans Day Parade in Indiana salute as the colors pass Photo by COUNTY SHARE OF PA APPROPRIATIONS SET M Flat Car11 Tragedy In Good Reason For No Gift BOSTON AP Saul Needle 52 of Lowell has a good reason GLEN CAMPBELL A f0r not having a his wife Westover R D miner theil 25th wedding anniversary fatally injured in a flat car1 He reported to police Wednes accident in Glen Campbell day that someone broke into his Borough on Tuesday car and stole worth of gifts Darrell Wholaver 53 was he had just purchased for her dead on arrival at Miners i Hospital Spangler shortly before noon He was killed in an K dent at a coal loading wharf here Peuns Manor High School Band was one of eight musical groups in the parade County Honors Veterans Thousands View Parade jAugusta Sa Russell D Gardner Indiana County Coroner said the Westover man was found injured along the railroad tracks at He said Wholaver was discovered by WASHINGTON AP Presi his son who trucks coal from area dent Eisenhower flies to Augusta mines to the Glen Campbell today for an indefinite pe ing dock riod of rest work and golf Wholaver was reportedly work He arranged to take off from ing alone when the accident ocNational Airports MATS terminal curred for his 24th visit to the Augusta In reconstructing the Golf Club since his 1952 Gardner said he believed Wholaver election was loading a flat car from a tipj Mrs Eisenhower will follow jple when he apparently lost his later by train She delayed her j balance and fell in front of the car departure to keep a luncheon en I The car apparently moving ranjgagement at the Capitol Hill Club j over Wholaver fracturing his skull White House officials said that and amputating his left leg Eisenhower wanted to get in some i H is believed the victim died enrest before he undertakes a strenj j route to the hospital luous 11nation goodwill tour beginJ I A father of 13 children Wholaver ning Dec 4 WARM TAP WATER SAVED Flanagan 43 is alive in Philadelphias Hahnemann Hospital because heart sur geons used 20 gallons of warm tap water in his chest cavity to reactivate a failing heart Flanagans heart failed due to exposure and warm tap water was used when supply of warm uterlie saline solution ran out Nurse Alice Thompson checks his heartbeat Heart Victim Saved By Tap Water Rinse Aid Insures Schools On Losses I Thousands of spectators lined Philadelphia Street yes terday to witness the Veterans Day Parade I L C i Starting with the sound of an aerial bomb the parade I TISR tflVOV S marched west through the Indiana buisness district k A I Shortly before eleven oclock the parade stopped to obS H H K 111 M A H serve the firing of 21 aerial bombs and the minute of silence on the hour honoring the men and women who were killed f the defense of the country f The sounding of taps concluded for tne Jan v uary session of Congress will conHahnemann Hospital tinue Several government offii I cials including Budget Director Maurice H Stans will be going down for conferences on the 1961 budget and possible new legisla tion Two policemen came across him They rushed him to TT i vu and Us had His dto administer the last rites of HARRISBURG agree ment to insure school districts against any losses in state subj Philadelphia dis sidies this biennium was given fijpersed nal legislative endorsement Featuring eight bands the paj Bitten By Big Shark The House went alonu Wednes rade also included members of the ff i dvniEhtwhh Senate amend Indiana State Teachers College ReI1 Dfie Lnts to its orinina bill serve officers Cors of The President has already had a meeting this week with Secre WASHINGTON AP A pedestary of Agriculture Ezra Taft taian was killed Wednesday nightBenson on a new farm by a car driven by the son of the1 to be submitted to Congress j Irish ambassador police said But Accompanying the President toi 21yearold Patrick Hearne day were Maj Gen Howard s rrlaimftl HinlomntiC immunitv Four Burned 18 Evacuated In Hospital the Catholic Church ForlSTC Schools Hospital Indiana Countys share of the states billion Gen eral Appropriation Bill was outlined today by Rep Wil liam G Buchanan the dis tricts representative in the General Assembly The bill has been forward ed to Gov Lawrence for his signature or veto Included in the bill is a appropriation to Indiana State Teachers Col lege Buchanan said the ap propriation for the college in Indiana is more than ithe next highest appropria tion for a state teachers col lege in Pennsylvania According to Buchanan tlie bill also contains an appropriation that will finance almost 75 percent of I the operating costs of elementary and secondary schools in Indiana County Another provision in the bill is I an increase of from 9 to 10 dollars a day for the care of welfare pa tients at Indiana Hospital This appropriation to the local hospital i amounts to j The Associated Press in Harris burg said Gov Lawrence is ex pected to sign the bill which totals The General Approp nations bill is the vehicle for most state spending authorizations for the 195961 biennium The House and Senate gave final legislative approval to the huge spending measure Wednesday night ending a fiveweek deadlock in a joint conference committee The money represents the lar gest of the governors pro posed budget now scaled down to about As the fiscal picture now stands the governors sored by ti e admin tra on vote wi I now The mans condition was diagt nosed quickly as cardiac arrest last March has A team of eight heart surgeons been cut by about 50 million do1 jcut open his chest and applied i massage and artificial respiration LMost new nnancing Within minutes the heart beat wasthe budget came from in restored but the body remained creasmLthe old 3 cent sales cold and blue ax to April and Gov Lawrence for final action As originally drawn ministration the to vjcu nuwaiu icold and blue i immunity his physician Brig Gen An Ohio AP Four The surgeons began using0 4 cnt m August The 4 Per uucgc nc rd against him drew Goodpaster White House Persons suffered burns and IS pa electricshock adrenalin calcium icent rate 1S now to W8h serve Officers Training Corps of re r quieL f swam out to He is the s0 ot ambassador staff secretary AHII Whitman tients of one ward were evacuatedand other drugs to restore a noriest m the nation ficers and men of the local U S ome lobster beds seemed omJohn J Hearne The district secretary and Wavnetoday when fire broke out in theimal heart beat Their efforts were1 The job of remaining ner Dr A Magruder White nr offices of Doctors Hospital here in vain appropriations is still incomplete Army Reserve Centermembers r vc iiieuiucrs ui i tiaWKS wniiC Mouse CiUCf of m vtun j ithe veterans organizations Moth1 Hunch or nohis feeling proved said he had arranged with Lt Coi William Thomas was The firewhich sent smoke him Never losing hope the Senate Appropriations Com bers of Democracy Dauehters of onlv too correct Whpn ambassador for young Hearne to niiot nf HIP crwini Idreds of feet imn air anH six oiiarts nf mittee sent to the floor Wednes o r W4 iji TT ttiiciiii l iiulliHD Waa aijiwrvc ivsktiig uic ers of Democracy Daughters ofonly too correct When he was 75 ambassador for young Hearne Of tne specjai piane jdreds of feet into the air and vispoured six quarts of hot sterile jn jovvntovn coiumbus Was saline solution into the open chest a cavity to warm the heart There bv the aders Democracy Daughters of only too correct When he was 75 ambassador tor young Hearne of tne specjai plane Idreds of feet into the air and bill would have the American Revolution local 1 yards off this Southern California aPPear at an inquest Friday morn Eisenhowers Chief Pilot Ltlible in Columbus v of the 9 million iservice recruitersveterans of varj beach Fryling suddenly spotted in sPite of nis diplomatic William G Draper leftcaused by an accident during ious wars county and borough ofbloody swirling mass a dozenmunity Wednesday nieht bv iet airliner repair job repaid 75 per cent of the 9 million recruiters veterans or hryhng suddenly spotted a ms m dollars the bulk of the states 2 wars county and of1 bloody swirling mass a dozen munity Wednesday night by jet airliner 300 school districts stand to lose ficials Red Personnel and or more sharks fighting amongi Killed was Jossie Hamlin 54 with Press Secretary James c of Washinton Police uoted 300 school districts stand to lose through new real estate valuations by the State Tax Equaliza tion Board recently These valua ofeauPment from themselves lndiana Fire school subsidies The Senate had insisted that the 9 mil of land County that participated in thegot between him and shore Paratle There was only one thing 1 for them job was a quick flurry of beating in workmen were welding a the lower Cambers of the heart octiccopper pipe in a small Tie then poured 20 Thomas E Stephens for aabove a false ceiling of the first 8allons of warm tap water over around the U nal floor and above the telephonelthe neart Eisenhower will visit nextswitchboard room Fumes from a month It is the customary adjean ofadhesive material caught day 57 Housepassed spending au thorizations totaling more than 125 million dollars of Washington Police quoted Hagerty and Appointments Secre nuiaiia ucpaiuuciu He discovered them almost too Hearne as f pedestri i recently These valua Of interest was the American Le1 late he related tions are the basis of the states locomotive from Westmore sharks each about five feet long trying Eisenhower will visit nextswitchboard room Fumes from a Wllliam Flanagan 43 a Negro1 landCounty that oarticioated in the eot between him and shmA to make sure ne had missed himimOnth It is the customary ofadhesive material caught laborer gradually came to his car struck a second pedesvance trip to check on security if ire from a torch the torch overi11115 was last Saturday The hos trian The victim was thrown 41iamiing facilities find other turned and kept the pital did not until Monl feet and was dead on arrival atjrangements I fire day it called the most re Thpn chant u a Elsenhowers last trip to Augus Eighteen children in a pediatricmarkable of its type in Then one shark attacked He Last month young Hearne and ta was Oct 2125 During that viswan on the second floor ranging were taken to ait he got in a few games of 6 to 16 years of age were1 iC A 1 t Most of the money represents then poured aid hospitals homes and tan water over colleges Such aid handled sep General Appro lion Senates position was part of the general agreement reached Tues day to resolve the deadlock over Lawrences budget Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx in m many taking of the day for shopping shoppers llUU s upper jaw sank into it precinct station after a fracaslbut most of the time it was cold He managed to pry the aw open with police in a restaurant in the j and rainy orin Eisenhower Ian Club Savoy managed to pry the jaw police in a restaurant in thejand rainy Eisen Fish Fry starting this Friday It felt as if someone had driven Chevy Chase area of the District weather and every Friday 77xi nails into my he said jof Columbia 1 to a newly compeed he up Mon and a steak Kin One of Most Sweeping Cranberry Episode Spotlights US Powers To Safeguard Food Supplies WASHINGTON AP The There were these developments said it will seek government pay riculture E L Peterson in Ses events that have raised the cran 1 Ocean Spray Cranberries nients to farmers for sales they where he is looking over the berry from the bog to the nations j a major grower have lost as a result of the conation for Secretary Ezra headlines spotlight the power of says it is moving quickly to assay tioversy The bureaus president Benson the government in guarding grown in Massachusetts Carleion Heritage criticized what The government suits Pass Penalties For Damages PITTSBURGH j is at the hub of a i efficient district postal post official told municipal offi cials and postmasters Monday Col Le Roy V Greene the jPost Office regional keep the flames from Some of the patients had to be I carried j Mae Mondox 50 a telephone onj exator George E Ridgeway 25 j PITTSBURGH AP State tions for Wilbur Miller 25 and Stoner HatJAtty Gen Anne X Alpern says New Jersey and Delaware ex HARRISBURG proposal ton 30 the workmen were taken a nostrike rule for hospital would Plained the Pittsburgh Metro Mail to provide penalties for malicious10 the hospitals emergency roombe in order System at a meeting in the Press i damage to real estate or otherifor of burns i Nurses recognize that when Club personal property has received fire broke out shortly after you have sick people in bed you Fifteen offices are in the setup I final legislative approval 9 and was Placed under cant leave them alone w h e n which is now in effect Thp n minutes theres a she saiH llie olan is laid out The Housepassed measure was approved Monday night by the i Senate 491 It would provide for a fine up for damage up to nu u j i j to Ior Damage up to rhere were these developments said u will seek government pay riculture E L Peterson in Seattle Damage in excess of would 1 Ocean Spray Cranberries nients to farmers for sales they where he is looking over the situ bring a fine up to or up to t Ktivu no t o r T i n i i latt 12 months in jail or both i At the same time the Senate crops grown in Massachusetts Carleion Heritage criticized what The government suits anpassed legislation which would Wisconsin Jerey about he called rash and unnecessary nounced Wednesday were filed Raise the compensation tor au Inside The Gazette DANGEROUS MAN jr uicit Seepages WASHINGTON AP The events that have raised the cran II i v Uf a major grower cooperative have lost as a result of the conation fur Swretarv Taff 10 n v wnT v j I I1C bet Illtf llITlti SfiniltH the government in guarding the icrops grown in Massachusetts Carleion Heritage criticized what The government suits anpassed legislation which would rule of the us nations food supply Wisconsin and New Jerey about he called rash and unnecessary nounced Wednesday were filed Raisthe compensation for au For half a century this power j which no question was raised as scare statements from secretary Tuesday in San Francisco a ditors of class counties from has existed but the cranberry well as those in the West Coast It Hemming clay after precautionary slatethe present to a day Nellie Fox was named the American Leagu pisode as Secretary of Welfare hopes to clear uncontaminated 4 The National Grange meet nients were issued here and provide travel expenses of six player of the year See details on sports Arthur S F lemming calls it cranberries of suspicion in plenty iny in Long Beach demand The episode had its origins in cents a mile 500 marks one of its most sweeping of time for Thanksgiving Day ed that federal officials appear 1957 when some cranberry grow applications Dinners Expanded forces from and explain why the crackdown ers adopted a new weapon in Teensville dance party Friday Formal court actions filed this the Food and Drug Administration was ordered their unending against weeds M at the Armory Dancing Keek in San Francisco askedialso were checking the berries I 5 One government official said It was Aminotriazole to u Pm Admission 50 cents j OlCtS I VALUABLE PLAYER s most valuable and Other Features The plan is laid out like a gi Jant wheel with the Pittsburgh of j fice in the middle and the 14 maj or offices at the ends of t h e I Greene said Trucks deliver mail to one of ithe offices Mail is sent direct to its destined community if possible Besides Pittsburgh the control i points are at Bridgeville Butler Connellsville Coraopolis Greens ibiirg Johnstown Kittanning Me jKeesport New Castle New sington Sharon Washington I Wheeling and Steubenville iOhio Keek in San Francisco askedjalso were checking the berries I 5 One govtrnment official suid It was Aminotriazole to l seizure ol two small shipments 2 The Army and Navy suspend1 the government is morally oulinotuiced a Guest sl total of 14 tons of allegedly use of cranberries grown in gated for damage to the innosynthetic chemical killer that was contaminated West Coast crani Washington and Oregon but will but added that just what still undergoing some tests by its R hnrripK Hut lhf is nf it fan nmuu i ii Kllies Ltiup Guest stars free Cokes free rec lumiis ItiiV 414 4S Huspiul Noict Ubltuirio Spurlt TVUadiu 10 iiS IT voi auu wisguu um mil vein oui ttuuea uiai jusi wnat still undergoing some tests oy its R H i u incident is affect1 permit use oi those it can prove the government will do 1 cannot manufacturer and had not yet v nlv moraril an elsewhere ing at least temporarily an elsewhere say at this That CTmment been I 3 The New Jersey Farm from Asst Secretary of Agj See 4 Col I TTS tfx croo WEATHER Increasing cloudiness and colder tomglu Low around 30 Friday cloudy and continued cool with rain in the iouth and rain or snow in the north High Friday 38 to 43 Teensville dance party Friday Nov 13 at the Armory Daatiug w 11 Admission SO cants Guest stars free free reo lords AJUtaw Battery 94 mo I vOlts 12 vote 11M Sears Roebuck Co   

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