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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family A fool find his money are soon parted nowadays You dont even have to be a fool 85 Twentyeight Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday November 23 1959 City EDITION Two Sections Seven CwtH FLOODS MAROON HUNDREDS NY City Officials Check Bribe Offer Made To Two Newsmen OFFICIAL BETROTHAL Diba whose engage ment to the Shah of Iran was announced today has a wave at Paris before leaving by plane Saturday for Iran She spent a month fit Paris reportedly in selection of a trousseau December 21st is the wedding date See story on page 25 AP Wirephoto Rash of Accidents HeneonWeekend On Story About Slum Clearance NEW YORK AP City officials today launched an jinquiry into statements by two newspaper reporters that were offered bribes to quit probing the citys slum clearance program Mayor Robert Wagner asked Manhattan Dist Atty Frank Ho igan to look into the matter and said Hogan expressed intenton to call the two newsmen before a i grand jury Hogan questioned about the matter said Im going to invite these men to come in and tell me all about He said his office j would like to see them j The reporters said on a televison I program Sunday night that the bribe offer came from a high city official Fred J Cook and Gene GlMson of the New York WorldTelegram Sun said they refused the offer They did not identify the official but said he still is in the city administration They said they were offered to a week and the money A rash of accidents reported oyer the weekend by State Reverse Traffic Signs In Boro Stop signals at two interscc valleys Cascade Routes Blocked SEATTLE AP Huge sJirlus and rampaging rivers t o u c h e d off by a weeks up o inches of rain cut erosvoiate travel to a trickle today and marooned hundreds in lower tions in Indiana Borough have been changed effective hnme diately according to Chief of Police Harry H Owens The stop sign at Eighth and Oak Streets has been reversed to have traffic stop on Eighth Street At Fourth and Elm Streets the stop signs have been re versed to have traffic stop on Fourth St The Chief asked motorists o exercise caution at both these intersections now that the slop signs have been reversed i names from the Indiana Substation brought injuries to iseveraJ persons r In fair condition today in the Indiana Hospital isWNTATVs could be given in their wives Jaxon Cyphert 23 Saltsburg R D V injured in a onecar accident about this morning tcn rhe Hospital officials said he was admitted to the this morning for a laceration of the tongue and wrist i According to the report Cyphert was traveling alone not make anv north on Route 80 about six miles south of Indiana when menl todav he reportedly crashed into a utility pole Damage to the car was estimated at over Cook and Gleason said on Open End panel they had not writ of the bribe offer at I it COOK INADVERTENTLY ORDERS Nut Lilly 24 of Berkley signed for a load of rations and learned later he alsohaid signed for delivery of an M48 lank It was an Arnivy stunt to test 55 others fell for Penn State Formally OKs Liberty Bowl Urgent stufffederal rescue op erations were under way in many lowland areas of western Wash ington Major rail and traffic routes through lie Cascade Mountains were blocked late Sunday and through the night Highway Department crews cleared a circuitous link through the states midsection shortly after darybreak A woman motorist was killed in a mountain pass accident Scores of other drivers were trapped temporarily by slides Flooding rivers forced evacua scores of farm families in northwest Washington valley Three railroads diverted traffic over a combined route south of the trouble zone The Milwaukee Roads ninecar Olympian Hiawatha passenger rain was caught between slides UNIVERSITY PARK Pa afternoon near Hyak 60 State today formally acj miles east of Seattle Buses irom ceptedan invitation to play a post1 Ellensburg east of the Cas imniediate torn See On Page 4 Col I Roger Files Suit Against Steel BULLETIN Listed as satisfactory in the Indiana Hospital is Romo Arduini 45 Jlune who received injuries to the head in a onevehicle accident Sunday at a mile west of Mclntyre on Legislative Route 32118 According to State Police Ardui ni traveling west ran off the right Prison Fines Given In Cinders Case Says Local Want Scottish Name Just Phone Scotland cades reached the stalled trairi early today and took the passen gers to Spokane for transfer to a makeup train for Chicago The buses got US the Rose Bowl onHighway to oneway ktrarfiS tiear roe slide area where the train was caught The Milwaukee Great Northern and Northern Pacific railroads all See 4 Col 1 Wheres the place to get a good Scottish name Well Scotland of course en miiuites was talking lo Ihus reasoned proyd lather Gilbert S McLaughlin InROWS Lord Provost The in HARRISBURG Westdiana dentist last week when his wife Emmy Lou presentsation lasted about two minutes i i 1 L j 1 il li l L WASHINGTON Tien William P side of the road while attempting moreland County cinders controced him with their second daughter As an aftermath of the to make a left curve His c a r tor two former State High In an effort to secure an authentic Scottish name for the request the New York corresponancl jn7ijM AP Atty crashed into a utility pole causing ays Department officials today latest arrival Dr McLaughlin called the Lord Provost dent the London Daily Mail season football game in Philadel phias Liberty Bowl Dec 19 The Liberty Bowl will be Ptnn Slates third bowl appearance The team lost to Southern falif ornia 11U in New j untied team ofj J194L was held to a 1313 ty ISouthern Methodist in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas Ernest B McCoy director of athletics said the Nittany Lions with an R2 record for the season would act as the host team in the inauguration of the new bowl at Municipal Stadium He made no other comment It will be up to the bowls se lection committee headed by Lou Little to choose Penn States op ponent HOLYOKE Mass AP Mrs BudDudley promoter of Walsh shell gladly bowl event received the news8ive to a certain bank from The Associated Press andiir ilwil a fired teller The teller Miss Ann Halhwell reportedly was fired because she the Time Dudley still wasmistakenly gave a bank check for that amount to Mrs Walsh Mrs Walsh had gone into the Will Return Check was primarily William P Rogers today damage to the car and drew prison terms and fines of Glasgow Scotland for suggestions brought antitrust action against damage to the pole fraud and conspiracy in cinders AS a result of the transAllan a large steel industry group charging it with conspiring to eliminate competition in the steel industry and in distribution of OQZGttC steel bars for reinforced con crete work in seven Western C1 j Add one girl to the Gazette fam Hie suit filed in the h tflrict Court at San Francisco named as defendants Mario Zanolli 34 Angola transactions with the state tic telephone conversation Glas Frank J Petroski Greensbnrg gows Lord Provost is sending a amost that of a proud grandfa contractor was sentenced to one list of Scottish girls names for the to two years in jail and ordered McLaughlins to study They are to pay in fines and make seeking a name for their arrval turned out to be a age t said he told the London See 4 Q01 I after either Georgia or Trust fora bruik called Dr Mclaughlin seeking the Tecn Tnev meet saturday Georcneck the amount of reason for the longdistance southeastern Conference request champion has an 81 record Geor The locai aenust who lives on ia Tech has a record Route north ot Indiana with This thing all started when the his wife and first daughter Jan A i i t AduS UHe Glfl restitution of approximately who was born last Thursday 6irl rather than a boy as we papers correspondent the same 500 to the Highways Department at in the Indiana planned Had he arrived he related to the Gazette Roland J Sell of Scottelale and pital scheduled we would have called representative Charles E Fait Greensburg both Why Glasgow him Gilbert Blair McLaughlin At present the McLaughlins are former assistant county highways its the only town in Scotland ailer grandfather a St are awaiting the arrival of the Mr and Mrs Robert Marshall superintendents received jail senl replied Dr McLaughlin Petersburg Florida Lord Provosts name suggestions Black Lick became parents for the tences of from three to six months He was very cordial and nice continued the new father these arrive they arejust The Western Reinforcing Steel first time today when a baby girl and were fined each about it all He was amazed at Because of my grandfathers enjoving lhe latest addition to the Fabricators headquartered arrived at in the Indiana They all immediately appealed receiving a telephone call from Scottish ancestry we want to lamilv at Oakland 12 reinforcing Hospital the sentences to the state Superthe United States for such a regive the baby a good Scottish Editors note In the steel bar fabricators and six The newest member of the Gaior Court said the local dentist name Weve scoured over steel companies including Bethlezette family weighed in at seven They were sentenced by Judge The Lord Provost seemed denames already and come up wi hem Steel Co of Bethlehem Pa pounds five and one half ounces Homer L Kreider who presided lighted and proud that he would nothing I called Scotland and Steel The baby girls father is emat their trial here in April All be asked to help select a name spurofthemoment The product involved is known ployed in the Gazettes prim shop three were convicted April 7 s As produced at steel tillsit requires some fabricating or processing before being used in concrete work as reinforcement The suit alleged the fabricating companies named had induced the u M m m event anyone is interested in calling the Lord Provost of Glasgow Miss Halliwell hit a wrong mick on the check writing ma chine and it came out to 0217S Mrs Walsh wife of an Air Force sergeant said she would have surrendered the check im mediately had it not been for a threat that if she didnt someone would call on her husbands com manding officer Mrs Walsh said the banks branch manager Helen Whitcomb HARRISBURG AP Gov her employer and told him Lawrence today signed legislation bank would go to her hus assuring school districts of as hands commanding officer if the much state aid in the school was nol returned immedi Davey Signs School Aid Measure on a Scotland in search of a name spurotthemoment for a new baby the telephone for the new baby His reaction was He placed the call and within CEniral year as during the current school year i Later Mrs Walsh said the bank The new law nullifies any losses and asked to that a district would have inhnng buck the Further Extensions Possibl steel mills to refuse to sell rebars direct to general contractors for processing on large construction jobs had allocated rebar fabri cating among themselves and had adopted uniform contract terms The government charged the eel mills went along with these alleged restrictive practices U said this resulted in the suppress Ike NBan Extension But For Few Weeks Only Indiana Man Sentenced Oeen For Burglary Tuesday Burial For Max Baer a district would have inhnng buck curred under a recent real Mrs reevaluation by the Stale Tax i cmildnt board i The figures reported by the check I ex siiid that leave my job right hut would yo 10 the bank as as could Then they said uri i vunrvr r i HOLLYWOOD A uneral services will be conducted I uesday in Sacramento tor Max Baer col board are used in determining theyd send the bonding company how much money each district reOUM 10 up the check Mrs Walsh Sunday aight h f d By JOHN M HIGHTOWER iginally put into effect al the end gunlic atom unasher for nuclear WASHINGTON AP PresiOl 19i8 He thus has more research was well worth study Harold Ray King 212 delphia Indiana was sen tenced today before Judge Edwin M Clark on two counts of burg lary The local man pleaded guilty 10 sion of competition in the sale now certliajl a montn during which he can day to taking cash and contents tribution and fabrication of relajn to an extension of the act to keeP tne ban in ettect Other countries might wain to from a vending machine at the bars in Arizona California Idaus ban nuciear weapons tests One tactical objective of the such a cooperative enterUnited Door Co plant and also hu Nevada Oregon Utah and DUrfor a few weeks only Furthministration at the present lime said agreeing as a Soremoving a cigarette lighter boi Washington ej extensjons coujd follow to ny to maintain the pressure viet atomicleader suggested last tie of perfume and a wrench from Justice Department officials Administration leaders are tnt Soviet government tokeep WtlkIliul llult is for only a cur the same day Both inci said the alleged conspiracy had pared to go along with a United le Geneva negotiations moving OIU super atom smasher been under investigation for 15 Nations resolution adopted Satalong urday opposing any resumption of The latest word on adiniuistra nuclear tests during negotiations lion thinking came Sunday night Sorry Closed Our Sales Departfor a permanwit policed test ban from Chairman John A McCone menl Monday evening Nov 23rd But the negotiations themselves of the Atomic Energy Commission only All salesmen at Rustic Lodge are expected to come to a climax in a television interview NBC lo hear BemuMl Gcneva h the fjrs of m Mee he JX and a breakdown of the confer Opposing any prolonged exlen ence now more than a year old sion on the present lest ban he would bring a quick resumption said any such action should be of underground nuclear test exUken on a weektoweek basis plosions by the United States McCone also told his question Eisenhower already has extenders that he though a Soviet sug liives state aitl The ncw lha he slate p al of lhe OSsies jr from lhe Devaluation fn hano onlll i and al the sam time h in The Omahaborn boxer lived lor more lhan i0 M vears in Sacramento Californias capital trom the Devaluation Brunos Restaurant Dining Room closed Thanksgiving Day Motors Inc Ioily Castle lea Rouin Thanks giving Dinners 12 to 8 Reserva tions nol necessary 87x Brunos Restaurant Dining one super atom smasher dents occurred on Nov 14 in While The United States and the Smiel Township Union announced a new twoyear 1otal value of money and items cultural technical scientific and taken in both incidents was sei educational exchange agreement at in Moscow Saturday They pledged King ordered to pay the themselves to study the possibilof prosecution make restitution ol in ut cooperative enterprises in lhe items taken and damage done the peaceful uses of atomic eupjy u fine of and be confined ergs and hey projected immediu the Indiana County Jail for six ute joint efforts in the conquest months ul disease McCone said he was opposed to party Tonight Catholic Center Prizes aj Inside The Gazef te SEASON Ilio prfsciisun rnndimns on Sliannuck Valley and Purchase H buskelball teams uci sports putts 20 and 21 TV QU1X PKOBE Poarson continues to comment on llie invrs llu TV Sec culumii un puye 6 Other Features Mirror UbailicdA t uiuu IVKadio World lod closed Thanksgiving Day ed for two Dec 31 gestion for joint con 87xB oneyear respite he aiuL0pciation of yi un indefinite ban on nuclear weap uns testing in lhe absence ul See Fur 4 Col WEATHER Homer City Rifle Club parly to nite Jti reasons railier and nuld ionijjiu and lueciav toiujjlu 4i lu oii coulm born but 1 letl everyone makes mistakes even bank George V Wallace president of the bank had ai comment Mrs Walsh said she the check ID her husband when he left lor a round trip flight between Wesiuvtr Air Force Base mid Bay imu set a new altitude record for u kitttJ check Walsh his wife said is due lionif in a or The matter will rest she added until his return uiio Miss Halliwdl confirmed had been fired She old a newsman 1 dont ihink I should have been hrtd TVB been employed by the bank for 0 live years and I dont think discrepancy was my tault Any K thing could have knocked check writer small biunp or elbow brushing iniflt t iiroi hut cou4 lu It an   

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