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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Seirves Every Member of the Family A honeymoon is a sort of vaca tion a man takes before going o work for a new boss Volume 83 Twenty City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Friday November 20 1959 Two SecHons Seven Cents Legislation Changing ISTC Name Passed Drop Teachers From Title Of 14 Colleges In State Legislation that would change Indiana and the other 13 teachers colleges in Pennsylvania to state colleges passed both the State House and Senate The problem now confronting the slate lawmakers toj day is Which bill shall we accept The House bill sponsored by Rep William G Buchanan RIndiana passed last night by a 184 to six The Senate also approved a similar bill yesterday i SHOOTS KIN IN SAGAMORE County UF Hits The Inidana County United Supporters of the plan to expand the state teachers colleges into lib Buchanan said today in Harris oral arts schools now must decide burg thlU the is be which version should be accepted ing Sllpp01ted by all of the presi it can go to Gov Lawrence of the H stale teachers lor final consideration faculty associations of Striking out the word teachers the colleges and the advisory pan means the colleges will el of the Task Force on Higher Fund campaign auditor Tobie be able to grant degrees in other Education of the Joint State GovCarbone reported today that fields besides educationaltrain ernment Commission had been subscribed against the Avhich represents 75 per To date the Qlairsville Area has raised of its for 91 per cent Co iChairman Robert Humphrey reported that the camapign has not yet been completed the Torrance State Hospital and several other anticipate that we shall iraise more than our quota was Humphreys comment on The Northern tier of townships Workers GOP Victory Fete Attracts 300 Here By FRANK HOOD Associate Editor The Republican precinct workers of Indiana County were lauded last night as the most important people in JLho Nov II plwtion has turned in for 921 w NT i o percent of Area Twos goal Stcelei Nearly oOO GOP party workers and successful candiindicated that the Marion Center dates met at Rustic Lodge last night in a celebration dinner Area would also exceed its goal marking the return of county government control to the with a solicitors siill to re Republican Party port GOP committeemen committeewomen party officials The Clymer and Homer City1 campaign workers and other Republicans were on hand in Areas made no report to the Aud the victory celebration llors yesterday The Syntron plants i accounts for the raised in Indiana County GOP Chairman the Homer Citv Area Mrs j Paul who was reScott has accepted thc solicita elected sheriff presided at the dintion in the Homer Citv area with ner meeting He said the most imSlhen w Duffalo tne Area ft r ft fin tit ft i 1 SisterlnLaw Ike Refuses jiTo Include Top Demo portant people were not the and Anhur Anderson lhe and party heads at the coa t a te st speakers table but were instead hll win no Linda still dressed in her pajamas is consoled by her parents after chase Pittsburgh Girl Safe Cops Shoot Abductor I f 4 Argued About Money Sajiimore man yesterday wounded sisterinlaw with a shotgun blast as an outgrowth to an apparent argument over money In fair condition in Armstrong Comity Hospital Kit tanning is Mrs John Zemko ol Sagamore She was struck in the head by a shot iired by George Zemko 40 also ol Sagamore Hospital attendants said the pellet her causing a severe laceration Zemko is in the Armstrong Coun ty fail State Police of the Kit tanning substation said he will be charged with assault with a dead ly weapon with intent to kill The shooting occurred in a shan ty at the rear of the John Xem ko residence about Investigating o f f i c e r s said George Zemko was living in the small building at the rear of his his approved and sent brothers property Gov awrence a bill to in According to a preliminary losl of drivers 1eens vestigation Mrs John Zemko went es to a vear to the small house occupied by her lne ap brotherinlaw and an argument Proved Thursday in the ensued apparently over money double the present SI rate which Mrs Zemko believed litenses issued for owed the family i Beginning in 1961 it would atl Zemko police said had the Revenue Department eiuly been paid for cutting mine to issue censes once every two posts years at a cost of The rev The argument became heated enue secretary could decide land reached a climax when Zemw h J r h e r the expiration dates ko got his shotKim and reportedly should be staggered by birth dates tired a shot at his sisterinlawor as she was leavingthe building I Agreement on the proposal was Pa Drivers1 License Hike Bill Approved HARRISBURG AP The Police declined to elaborate on Cached a at pos WASHINGTON Eisenhower has turned down a sible suggestion thai he take a top The vice chairman Mrs Verna Democratic leader with him on his introduced and she 000 Theft lorcign tour next month the iclea that honor U U the vCtory goes lo Hie work p rlttSDUrQh He said he thought a prcde C1S of the party in every part of I 13UUI yi I discussion with congresthe but anticipate we will have no PITTSBURGH 10yearold white girl spent a with the business terrifying 45 minutes Thursday night with a knifewielding See County 7 Col 2 Negro who abducted her in her familys station wagon i Policemen chased the station wagon until it overturned pursued the abductor on foot and stopped him with a bullet in the leg ped sional leaders of both parties would be more useful He said he has already proposed such an arrangement The President stated his views in a letter to Sen Thomas 1 Dodd DConn from Eisenhowers vacation headquarters in Augusta Ga Dodd made the letter oublic Thursday night There was no fur ther comment from Eisenhower w The letter was in reply to a suggestion Dodd made last that one or more Democrats ex perienced in international affairs be invited to make the trip He specifically suggested former President Harry S Truman among others Eisenhower leaves Dec 1 on a mile tour of 11 nations The President wrote Dodd that welcomed his suggestion but PITTSBURGH AP Burglars Pnccpc She offered her congratulations broke into a Pittsburgh wholesale See County 7 Col 1 Japan Plant Blast Kills I 376 Injured YOKOHAMA Japan AP A Stote Police Pay Hike OKd The girl Linda Plance es with only a few scratches Her abductor identified Richard T Boyer 22 was taken and retail jewelry and appliance Mrs Anna D Neiler ill firm during the night and carted Chestnut Indiana passed away in merchandise DOlast night at her home Lindas harrowing experience in a heavil populated Yokohama She was August 18W after her mother stcWed suburb today More than 1 400 Olticials ol the K Co at 1107 Rayne Township aad spent her enat a supermarket and left wm dtstroved or I 3 Inches Of Rain In iav is not serious a series of gigantic explosions which be Olli lieved the money issue was long increases approved by the House and Senate Zemko is scheduled to undergo j Thc six member committee further interrogation at the Kitagreed on lhe approved lanning jail today i proposal Shortly afterward the Senate withdrew from its amend ments and passed the House version The increase to a year is estimated to yield more than 10 tnBliott dollars a The Senate ftat Proposed a for fri estimated of more than The hassle over tife dmouqt HARRISBURG Fifth Ave discovered the theft on tire life in and around Indiana in the Nation millclinss wm or cm MIAMI Fla which the increase has held up the openingthe store this morning It Her husband Henry G Neiler LiivJa clad only in pajamas astdf and were poured inches of on payments mailingof AP The was not known immediately how preceded her in death in 1937 slippers and a jacket told injured Miami in gusty hours lor up for the new drivers licenses House today approved 1890 a the burglars broke into the store A complete obituary appears inlice There was only one confirmed touXv nul maybe not for long A department spokesman said JMOayear pay increase for The FBI also was called to in side todays IndianaEvening Ga A man came up to me and death but authorities did not rule The Weather Bureau predicted thousands of the applications stale policemen vestigate xette See PittsburghPage 7 Col 4 Worth Million The practical arrangements for a mission such as I am un dertaking with its daily schedules crowded to the minute require thai the personnel accompanying Centurys Greatest Art Discovery For Immigrant out the possibility that more Jead showers which later become the licenses would be found Thursday there was a daylong nave been printed made out to The death toll would have been Numerous streets werethe individual drivers put into en but word of the lire spread flooded bumper deep and some velopes and sealed quick v Before the explosions bewtre impassable Hundreds of since the department did not gan most of the workers within cars drowned out No residents wnat the amount of the in I the plant had raced to cover in hacl to he evacuated although wacrease would be or even if j caves or behind earth and con Ier into many a front door would be one it had to mark the i crete bunkers built when the plant Business in the uptown section licenses with the prevailing price Iwas a Japanese navy ammunition camt to a virtual standstill and sightseeing buses were seen I U was worse than a who to like a jisumic llay dyness a tort ol hotels Motor a gigantic jSiiid one witness i Windows were shattered a mile around Dehries crashed through the roots of homes aivl did venture on flooded rainslicked streets drove with such care that the police dc parlmeni reported teww acciJonts ss houses Xut and hieing Dies In Crash that the personnel accompanying BliVKRLY HILLS Calif AP months in Pasadena examining was employed as a technician in aloging or and die not business houses cm and bleeding Melviu S Bittner 6 me be limited to staff assistants A Chicago art appraiser today the works Folio and Mrs Hatathe reorganization of the Vatican hold a top job The director a1dd screaming hj h huo o of the United Brethren C with minimum Slate Department hailed a setof paintings dug out burda said Art U or ha he had had no official 1Ralbv hai u w was fatally injure from under an immtgranls bed ln Rome the djrmor of the bu tion will he Vatican lor at east lht lai tor day wlun the car he was Eisenhower told Dodd the proand a closet as lhe grates ari Vatican museums saidv records was nol in charge of cat24 years An official of the Italian a11 Ocean Ukk jraslnd mio a stalled ai posed bipartisan meeting leaders would with find of the He suid serve thevre wonJi 8 to 10 million dol1 Crippled Jet Trainer Crashes in some measure the purpose he lars had in mind Some art authorities werent so Wayne Hawks acting White sure They said theyd like to see1 House press secretary told newsthe works for themselves men at Augusta on Tuesday that Alexander ZlatoffMirsky art had Dodds suggestappraiser and restorer who has tion under conskderation He later his own studio declared 10 of the however would say only that it dozen paintings are masterpieces was a matter of personal cornfrom the Italian Renaissance spondence with the senator One of them he identified as lhe Relations between by Michelangelo do Truman have been cool since Caravaggio and valued at more the political campaign than one million dollars Even as announcement of the discovery came Thursday in Illtn land attorney Jerry Jieslery of fice a rift developed between the owners and their agent Alfonso Folio 40 a television ROY Utah AP A crippled repairman and his sister Maria 133 jet trainer plane crushed in HatabuivJa of Pasadena said an open field and exploded in di a Hames near this north Utah town wlu imo their asini Thursday Ihe two occupants had niade to salety alter trying pnction developed out ol no vuiiily to glide to n landing at Giesler nearby Hill Air Force Base Mrs Haiaburdas h u s b a n d Chester said they doni know now Smorgasbord Banquet Square lhe will ol Uaiut Nov 21 All sak JJ Square Dance S p m Only ax h k Music Slim Johnston Rustic said the muttM pieces were authenticated bv Ani Club Savoy adore Porcella For the every Friday evening at Vatican and an expert on Renais SJvC itaiifg aau 1urcella lour v Listed Improved government arts department said Porcella is nor on their list of See 7 tul 7 tirstrate and secondrate art ex ports although he may have be come a authority We have always known the paintings were Aorth a great deal Indiana Hospital officials today of Mrs Hutahurda liUd Mrs Hetty Smith 38 Hum Of course we didnt know how i ity as Until today Mrs Smith injured The paintings have brun runced a lar lriuk Weclnes ctown in the aritsocralic mi Rmiullf iieur Homer City lamily lor generations They shipped into the United Stair a small community 13 miles Muth of Palm Beach had inches and Ponipano Heach near Port lour inches in a few hours See 7 Col 2 ALTOONA Pa AP The Rev Melvin S Bittner 66 pastor hurch of injured Thurs was driving auto near here The Rev Mr Bittner died in AI toona Hospital about three hours alter the crash on Route 220 one mile north of here His wife Viola was listed in satisfactory condition uith a pos sible arm fracture Police said the Bilnmr vehicle hatl been listed serious A passenger in the by the Army amonj personal effects of Haiaburda Ciiesler was hired to Di whosv sister Mary lane Russo is Jieslers private secretary It was Di ear oper aleil by Mrs Smith Mrs Mary pictures had Wisniewski tH also ol Homer fits is termed today as James Morelti Indiana Rl oporulor ol lie truck involved in the accident was expected Ivi lie released from the hospital spoils pases 14 and We serv ice them wel Motors Inc MeCiill Slx iL OF AKT a repairinaii who iunir u Pasadena Iaht triun Italy tliiii eai ayu unit suslec Halabinda talks ncUMiirn at lullus liuiiie tuiiay aliiiit tluLuiatum ot 10 iilct mastei pieee painting in Knlli liuine Art experts said Ine are the grealiSI art Iinil lhe eeiilury the sistij Hie li Auieiha years Then1 lamily uwiuii Uuni Im JJIIK Ijui i tluir a hit vAP when shoun iht them appraised iar as I know iiim pel onal contact I leel the works aiv au iiesler said He added thai his clients have spent eon money pursuing the mai ler In addition to lhe ilupaintings named by Closed Oui Sales Mirsky a piciujf ol Baceoor nienl Monda evening Noah by rintoretto emilled only All salesmen at Rustic Lodge Shall Be Light Thians Ul Bennett Vlcfjill seminude inicrpietalioa of his lmj iliiughter Heinardo Ca Smorgasbord Biinquet Square ance Nov 21 All Square Dance A p m Only We llie lelt rtar ol Music Slim Johnston Rustic ctu ttuu was Paill on lhe 1 odge tSlx wa James J Pletcher 21 ot Duncansville R D 1 Diner ol Dance tonite Medoras Clymer the disabled auto was not hurt Inside The Gazette JJHS pieview on Wally t baskeiball team at I JUS PEAKSON SAYS Ui 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