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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Servet Every Member of the Family Almost anyone can hold a venation but too many dont know when to let go Volume 79 Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday November 16 1959 Two Sections City EDITION Seven Csnti 1 DEAD 4 INJURED IN CRASH Spot Wreckage Of Plane With 42 On Board No Survivors Seen In Gulf Of Mexico NEW ORLEANS La AP wreckage of a National Airlines plane with 42 per sons aboard was spotted to day in the Gulf of Mexico 108 miles eastsoutheast of New Orleans There were no of any survivors Nationals chief pilot Charles H Ruby flew fronij Miami and found the wreck age Ruby said Coast Guard vessels Vere en route to the scene of the wreckage and should be there in en hour The plane disappeared n a flight from Miami to New Orleans The DC7B was carrying 3fi pasv and a sixman crew An airline spokesman said last radio contact came when the WILLIAM A ROBERTS heart attack victim Christmas Store Hours For Indiana Christmas shopping hodrs will begin this week for Indiana stores it was announced today by officials of the Indiana Mer chants Association Indiana stores will be open Friday and Saturday nights No vember 20 and 21 and Novem ber 27 and 28 until for the convenience of shoppers Beginning the following week stores will be open three nights a week until Stores will remain open late on Thurs day Friday and Saturday nights for two weeks December 3 4 and 5 December 10 II and 12 Homer City Lad Killed 3 Serious In Road Tragedy Three Homer msidenis CRASH FATAL TO of three cars involved in a crash on Saturday are shown as they came to rest Saturday afternoon on Route 119 south of Indiana On the left is the ear op erated by Mrs Lois Jean Myers of Homer City This vehicle was first struck by a ear not shown opearted by Leroy Burnheimer also of Homer City The car on the right was operated by Rockwell Kelly Josephine and apparently struck the auto after the initial impact Donnie Myers 7 son of Mrs Myers was killed instantly and Mrs Myers along with two other children and Burnheimer are patients in the Indiana Hospital photo by Siposi i remain in serious ron dition today in the Indiana Hospital wifli injuries thevre ceivec Saturday attemon in a threecar on Route ir about three miles south of Indiana that claimed the of Dennis Myers 7 also ol Homer City Listed as serious are Cheryl Myers 11 and her bro ther Thomas Myers 1 and Leroy Carl Burnheimer In fair condition today is Mrs Jean Myers 35 mother of Hie injured Myers children Dennis was reportedly killed DIIZZarQ when he was thrown from the car i operated by his mother He was Iciead on arrival at the Indiana i Hospital L D I I Burnheimer was operntor of one I C K IxOCKIGS i of the other vehicles involved in the crash DKIWKR Colo AP A new All of those remaining serious arctic storm swept out of Canada suffered head injuries in the collisinto Montana Sunday and today i ion Ike In Conference Names 8 Cardinals On Military Cash 2 From us had most of the Rocky Mountains i According to Stale Police from and Northem Ihe Indiana substation the acci jdenl occurred about i Saturday Temperatures today dropped as It is reported that Hie Myers lwv as degrees below zero vehicle and the Burnheimer driven by winds up to 60 I traveling in opposite n parts of Kansas the Da j collided causing the Burnheimer jkotas and Montana Sunday re vehicle to spin off the highway forduced visibility to near zero in a distance of about 25 feet andsome localities lumed the Myers car around in Winds died down during the the opposite direction night and limited visibility was After this initial impact a third reported today at only scattered car operated by Rockwell Kelly sections in western Nebraska and Josephine was unable to stop innorthwestern Iowa Beginning Thursday December 17 the stores will remain open By DOUGLAS B CORNELL AUGUSTA Ga AP iplatv was in the vicinity of T I III I I Heart Attack Dag Leaves Finn In Laos time to avoid a collision report Low temperatures included 37 VATICAN CITY AP with the Myers car The below xero at Helena and at lohn XXIII today named eight highway was wet at the time ofButte both in western Montana i new cardinals of the Roman Caththe accident Billings in the east had 13 below until every evening iMsennower Church They includecl two KellVi was not and Codv both in noSl until Wednesday December 23 ol balancing he 1961 budget centers on the military hall ol Americans Archbishops Albert Thomas R Myers of Homer Cityera Wyoming had below zero nt today with key defense and financial counselors Gregory Meyer of Chicago and js the bushand and the father of i near the Kansas At Eisenhowers request Secretary of Defense Neil H Aloysius J Muench of Fnrgo the injured woman and Myers line hyd two McElroy is flying the military budget down from children Cold wave warnings were posted ton for a meeting in the trophy room of the Augusta The Popes action increased the Damage to the Myers car was for most of the Rockies and National Golf On Christmas eve Thursday December 24 all stores will uWIIIIIIlIll ClOSe at Pm oeleur Island 43 miles due south Ol Biloxi Miss Const GiidJd patrol boats seai planes and helicopters at first had trouble getting away from shore A member of rtle junior dass at because of a poor isibility but the weather started clearing In Iana ate eac ers ge At first the search was centered died RicUc around Chandeleur Island Bui the at his dormitory room on the Coast Guard later extended it pus from the coast 150 miles into the A Iocai physician said William Gulf from Biloxi eastward to Roberts 20 of sacola Fla idied of a coronary occlusion See 7 Col 7 j He said the student suffered the official in rebelridden Laos ninths en ling next June 0 total members of UNITED NATIONS AP The President is jetting a work play vacation at the club before his December tour of 11 nations in Europe Asia and Africa Eisenhower summoned nine oth er officials from Washington in 1 eluding Budget Director Maurice j Slans and the chairman of the 4 In Family Murdered On Kansas Farm College of Cardinals to 79 ai to theMidwest drops in hers its largest in the history Bumheimer anw and to IheperiUurr of the church Kelly car than A states T The elevation of Archbishop Suue from lne nidiana The was expactel Meyer 5B had been expected SUDStation are continuing touiuyttde most areas from tasteri since he succeeded the late uel Cardinal Stritch as archbishop i of Chicago just a year ago today OC His archdiocese is the largest in the United States having nearly GARDEN CITY Kan wo million members a farm lllme far off the beaten Both the new American cardi Soviet protest will leave a Finnish In this years budgel for the V parh of this vast wheat area four are natives a iespected welltoanci Archbishop Meyer headed the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen Nathan1 Twining By Accident Sentence Two For Vehicle Violations He suffered the while But revenue also is expected tol The victims were slain by a Twentytwo of the victims were Judge Edwin M Clark handedparing to go to church yesterday Tuomioja is executive secretary Pck UP and Stans has said Neither the gun northe princes the kmed jn highway Two lasl midweek reported a 20inch wn two sentences today to permorning iof the Economic Commission1961 bud8el probably will be balv Saturday evening iup to four weeks in Laos after fense spending the new budget bound hand and footand gigged He reportedly returned to the the secretarygeneral leaves next al 41 billion Otner outlays posshAll were shot in the head Clut jdormitory early and went to to return to could UP a billion or nvo jters throat was slashed suffered the attack while But revenue also is expected toi The victims were slain by a down ions who appeared in court for Roberts was a 1957 graduate of for Eruope in Geneva anced sentencing Greater Conemaugh High School j Officially Tuomioja is sto study There have been reports that Nothing in the house was in dis Wcsley Blair Ward Commodorewhere he was active in economic situation of Laos and Eisenhower is striving to show a array No valuables appeared to 1 was sentenced for and baseball He was thethe little countrys needs in U N sulPlus a Oliefor which Nancy to give his name to the driverifjrst winner of the Johnstown Kiiaid But the Laotian governmentdemonstrate that his aclministranad Placed in an envelope for of another vehicle involved in an wanis Clubs annual scholarshiphopes his presence will serve as tion knows how to iana8e its church laV on hej dres accident which fs to a parson a restraining influence pn Commoney ser beside a diamond ring Ward pleaded guilty April 20 planning a teaching career jmunist rebels This years budget has been Fenton appeared today for sentencing At ISTC the vouna man was vice rr M headauaners said Him teetering between red and black said and Nancv aP ncuumirtiieis saia nam parently were not molested sex Wyoming and Colorado Mexico northwests Oklahoma Kansas the Dakotas 1 Nebraska Iowa Minnesota Wis jconsin Missouri and northwest J Illinois Below zero readings prft dieted for northern states along iwith strong northerly winds and i snow Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i At Scotisbhiff the em Multiple accidents including aPerature dropped from a Sunday collision Sunday night in of 64 to zero which four persons were killed The temperature in II has refnnerl Pennsylvanias weekendipenyer ldegrees m hmur 11 Dill llaS i clriiiieci J Siinnav tiifht his post as head of the North 10 25 one of the worst capita that koia f h the brunt of a record storm The veapon with which wi be elevated to their was cut have been found h8 on Dec 14 in a con the Vaticans Consistor See NewPage 7 Col S inose namea wim cne See 7 Col 2 lwo perislusd in a fire and one a hunting accident The laisi tragedy occurred at the fool of Blue Mountain near Killed were James M Evans mOODy S DeOth 18 of Benton 3 Columbia County driver of one car Frank WHEELING W Va IH make restitution of the tlam0fficer Training Corps unit age done and be on probation for two years The incident resulting in of the steel strike on light of previous studiesPersonal corporate and govern of the problems Laos is A the nf thiil At ISTC the young man was sentence or tne court is p esident of tne junior ciass andmarskiold had sent for Tnomioia ll is a question now whether it u Ward will receive a suspended J member of Taij Kappa s wiS with a surplus after m sVturl a WASHINGTON AP nn onditmn that he n l H r iu oetween n p m adturaay and i a m Sunday Two of Nancys schoolmates Mary Ewalt and Susan Kidwell factfinding subcommittee of If a surplus does turn up it will ound the bodjes The for thls Security Council spentDe the third Eisenhower has tomarily church with the The annual i v ui i i MIIIV i i e was ordered today on Coppola o Umaquai driver ofi boy discov lhe other car Coppolas nM1 nnt far 1 u ia iuu auer discussions wicn l i sentence on condition that he payiSocia fraternity He was also actives of the Laos 1 of the colleges Reserveand in the light of previous c ered near a shallow grave not far outside the city limits The discovery was made by government reported todav that wia tne auto driven by Jogeph Hohman as he dug for private housing starts fell lit per soWier stationed at lprlnewer his vard cent last monthmuch more than dafk s d for this time of year und crashed lnto Rose and Mrs Christine Fred icine 70 also of Tamaqua auto driven by Evans a soldier stationed at Fort Deer MlX the UN the third Eisenhower has The annual rate charge occurred in Indiana n a in Laos in achieved in seven tries Cluttej to th estimated oigh on April 11 Qn MldWGSt KOOd lfmbe and October U Deported It was learned in house Sunday for that f adiisted foi se Harwr Henry L Shilling Penn Ruir Coilirnunist North Vjet Nam hat lhg Budget Bureau normally When no one rguie toi sejsoiul COLUMBUS Ind AP A hud supplied arms to the Laotian i concerned with government mon la s car tvans was ndmg alone Bowers 61 us wife Hescattered abour stimated b In ordering t newspapers a shopping bag and isome womens underwear lay all of Littles ordering the autopsy Ohio County Cooner William Hagedorn UllCl TTIlllalll IlagCUUIII T rniUMRIlv ind A naa SUDDIIBI arms to the I aoiian concerned with overnmem mon nuctuation was h a rp y nekn v awn were KUUKJ m a irailic acci h t fc eforehand nTe 4 7 Col 4 the September rate of See 25 7 Col long the baby had bee dead operating privileges pleaded 31 north of here Sunday night redence to back up the Laotian govsent a memo to McElroy guilty today suiting in a damaged car and amoments charges that North touched off special sessions he Judge Clark noticing that dtei troops had crossedtween toP officials of the armed ling had beenarrested for other j Donald Deer 24 border to fghl the services and the Pentagon motor vehicle violations returning home with his fam Hammarskjold went to Laos last The memo was said to have pro him to pay the costs of prosecuiily when a big buck deer an personal posed among other things broad tion a fine of and serve front of his car mvesitgation at the governments1 changes in lhe Armys present in the Indiana County Jail No one in the car was hurt mission Shilling was apprehended Nov the deer must have been Deer Betore Hammarskjold left New rlnl i Eruption Roars Into Third Day 2 in Pine Twp Isaid However he couldnt find it Inside The Gazette NO Indiana ruins Clarion s diajices for Sidle Teachers College honors See the details on sports pages la and SNUB Drew Pearson reports toduy on tne While House A ladies from Mexico See editorial page i Other Features nub IV 16n IK lluspilnl ObUuvrlro C IS TVUudiu TliCttlfi World Iudii WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy and warmer with rain ioniglil and Tuesday Turning colder late Tuesday Low toniBhi U 44 Higli Tues day 4i u 54 York the Soviet delegation wrote him that his visit to Laos and the proposed stationing of a per sonal representative there could jonly complicate the situation andi dangerous consequences The announcement of Tuo jmiojas mission avoided directly i attributing any political character ito his trip It said he was to btudy particularly the role of ecnootnic and technical assistance rendered by the United Nations for the UirtlieiaiHe of economic growth and stability in Laos It added linn he would report findings to Hammarskjold al lers within Ioiu lor immediate examinition by the leiTelnriai m ijn solutaiion agencies Parly Toniglu Caiholic I enter Indiana County United Fund Box Score PLEDGED TO DATK Fund workers are urged to turn iu pled ges in time tor Thursday s iv porl 11 iff I ar U Joseph Mr JVlaluiii Indiana County United Fund PrtsidiMii iVkAJaiiou lhe niod lor prompt report ing ol pledges to muke Thursdays r e p o r t as complete as possible Mighty Hawaiian Volcano Spews Fountains Of Lava By HENRY HARTZEMBUSCH HONOLULU AP Angry Kil ueu volcano belched streams of MMiint hot and sent a gray lull of thick smoke high into the Uy lhe tiuptioa roared llllcf IN lllirj tlav Kiluiicu Iki cjdlfi liule of ahatni IK liti y emper I wo uaieiUilU o liquid rock iruni J JUOurii rill in Uie cuii innei south wall into its pit some HOO LO 00 feel below KilLUKd on liiB bide of Hawaii Island some JOO miles southeast of Honolulu began erupting Satur day night Whitehoi rocks were blasted up ID 100 feet in lhe air before they uimbleil mo lhe mile long crater SiarBulletiii Mink in a trUpiume cail ironi iluj ue aiii Stuiajy One of is p4iiuiit irMin n CLnl li tlOllii I OrU ilif ilnur o ilie i i Mii lie Channtis of lava at tuyhi look ke o J4Laral liqiiift uxop feel down the imiei wall of the craier The bed of the pit walked between streams molten is a shimmering mass of golden luva They stuck thermometers i8 to liquid rock and took samples Wateis said lie saw brilliant ui lava for telling while light sparkle in lhe pit when of spec tt tori stunted Mntb iiees Iturst iiio ud i roads leading ti lue uig up tratlic tot ine hll ituo till eat to den flame iiVui fiuiii lhe ii bei to the vf iipumis atyiisi a rounding Luiis lie i Dr tiMiigi I ita Iki ihe IS Ql yton ihf on Hawaii ai nuke up 4A9 uuu the pit ttruptvo io HJWiut in prottctive ut   

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