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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                I I Johnstown Teenager Slays Sleeping Father TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Old magazines in a doctors off ice are or those who get there at th appointed time Volume 86 City EDITION Sixteen Page Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday November 24 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents CARGO PLANE HITS CHICAGO HONES Boy Kills Father Multiple Coin Machines Illegal Says Court Top State I I up Oldie n Sleep Court Rules JOHNSTOWN Pa AP XV V I II Police report that a 16year Vjn I JnDdllS old boy shot and killed his 54yearold sleeping f ather PHILADELPHIA AP carlv today at their home in Pennsylvania s Supreme nearby East Taylor Twp Court ruled H thatj The victim was identified com pinball machines as Walter Hartfiel an illegal gambling carpenter The court theV can be vf seized and destroyed by state Police said Donald Hartfiel shot pOijce his father in the head with a 22 p caliber rifle while he was asleep The states hitch tribunal adopt The youth then drove to the majority opinion of the town and surrendered Slate Superior Court as its own Young Hanfiel was lodged in upheld the seizure in 1957 of 17 Cambria County jail in Ebenspinball machines by state police burg Dist Atty David C Wolfe in Fayette County a charge of murder would Justices Michael A Musmanno probably be filed against him and John C Bell dissented Policequoted Hartfiel as suying Musmanno said that although he he had been planning to kill his js opposed to and rec father for a long time they said cgnJ7es that aw of hc com the youth hated his father because prohibits gambling he o his drinking habits Million In Savings Jeopardized believes that the pinball machines in question are amusement de vices i Bell taking a nearly similar said there was no testi mony offered to prove that actual gambling took place on or in con nection with these machines or that money or merchandize orj anything of value had ever been j NHW YORK More than paid to the Bell also incj million dollars in dosaid that posits are jeopardized by a najf the court tionwide New York Any machines illegal very many oth Gen Louis 1 Lelkowitz said er tables devices machines and today clubhouses which can be used for He said an almost insolvent inrecreation and pleasure but are Mirance company operating out of frequently used for some gambling a back room in Tangier Morocco have to be ruled is the insurer of savings accounts Single coin machines are not in in eight savings and loan in the case associations State police sejzec lhe he was disturbed that urt holds these pinbaTn All Ordered Out By Pa Atty Sen HARR1SBURG AP Atty Gen Anne X Alpern today ordered owners of all multiplay pinball machines in Pennsylvania to get rid of them by Jan 1 A directive to all local dis trict attorneys and state police will be sent out in the next few days explain ing precisely what must be on the machines ruled illegal today by the State Supreme Court Frank P Lavvley deputy attor ney general said the directive would say that machines still found the open or concealed would be subject to confiscation after the first of the year He estinuiled there are about multiplay pinball machines of the type covered in Supreme Court order Each of tin machines is valued at about The deputy attorney general in dicated however that the multiple play pinhall machines would fall into the same class as the ordinary slot machines Even possession of the machines would be subject to prosecution Under present state policy state police may raid any establishment even when not requested by local authorities The policy set up un der the former Fine administra tion resulted in wiping out slot machines in manv counties 7 Dead Many Injured BULLETIN p m CHICAGO cargo plane a fire warning glowing ion its instrument panel plow ed jnto a string of dwellings in rainy darkness today and caused at least nine deaths Killed were the crew of three aboard the Trans World Airlines Constellation and six residents of homes drench ed with blazing high octane aircraft fuel CHICAGO cargo plane returning to Midway Ailport due to a fire warn ing plowed into a house in iainy darkness just before dawn today and sprayed a sleeping neighborhood with fiery death Killed were the crew of Ihree aboard the Trans World Airlines Constellation and at least four residents of homes drenched with flaming obtained a St He Suon June 20 ig7 jn rajds al Unjon 46 Of ville preme Court to examine u in his investigation the international operation Fayclte County Judge Eustace He said at a news conference subsequently ru led the ma that the savings and loan are essentially and n tions solicited deposits through mail and newspaper to be useJt or the ottering a 5 per cent return of unlawful gambling He identified the Tangier firm case ten to the international Guaranty the Superior Court Judge William Hirt wrote the Superior Courts insurance ux unanimous decision which ast Hie court order signed by ASTRONAUT IN PRESSURE SUIT Astronaut M Seott Carpenter one of seven men being trained for space flight moves his arms to the mobility of a full pressure suit being developed for use by the Project Mercury trainees The suit is a prototype designed to protect the astronauts from lieat and pressure conditions expected to be encountered during flight The tests are being conducted at the Navy Air Material Center Philadelphia Pa This photograph was released in Washington by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration tjce Jacob Markowitz named three institutions in Chicago two in Idaho and one each in Utah Washington and Maryland Lefkowitz contended that the in surance company does not have sufficient assets to insure the de positors savings and loan associations i knew or should have known that false and fraudulent statements were contained in their own pro motional literature and in the pro motional literature of Internation al Among those ordered to appear for questioning were Stewart B Hopps Belvedere described by Lefkowitz as the masterful planner of the op eration and former U S uttor Miey general and former governor of Rhode Island Lefkowitz said an International Guaranty Insurance Co news release in April 1958 identified McGrath as chairman of the firms trustees He said a letter See 2 Col 1 the Fayette ExCon Killed Cop njured In Holdup St was hiv a imnrovp the6 and a state lJooper was wounded in a gun battle during t ii io c d 10 improve ine y accounts He said the ibilk f winninB KV recisterlne holdup ol a lood market two miles north ol here today onrl j ccnni ntinnc VVIIlIIIMg Oy March 18 upheld County Court Multiple coin machines are those which accept more than one coin for a single game Players cobjna pulice identified the dead man as John Wilbar tions with the balls Davis 49 of Harrisburg An accomplice David Brubaker Pinball machines can be found 47 of Halifax R D 1 was captured in railroad stations airport term Woiinded in the exchange of u inals and amusement parks whore r T Bananas lUc Ib bating and juice they are manifestly played for sllols belween Duvis arniud Wllh oranges 3 doz Shortys Fruit See 2 Col S See 2 Col 4 Wayne Ave In Rotory Club Dr Henning Cites Rising Costs To Farmers In US Christmas Clubs Total Half Million More than one half million dol lars have been saved in Chrjst mas Club savings in Indiana County Banks A check of the banks of the county that have a Christmas Club Savings program revealed a total ol saved in this manner during the past year Checks are now being process ed and delivered to the par ticipants in he plan in time for Christmas shopping An estimated different accounts are represented in the savings program Although all banks in the coun ty do not have a Christmas Club program the popular idea of small weekly savings has caught on over the years and at least one bank In the county is start Ing the plan this year I1EH Deputj Sherill Ted Griffith carries Velma Grey to safety alter her home near Kverett Wash wasflooded yesterday Weekend rains forced all Western Washington rivers out of their banks flooding thousands of homes and farms uVP Wirepholo Rescuers Continue Work In Cascades The plane irom New York and Philadelphia crashed rhee blocks from the southeast corner of Mid way Airport a network of run ways and terminal buildings on i Chicagos Sourhwest SJide in NeWv the plane had landed in Chicago dis Icharged cargo and taken when a fire warning flashed on the instrument panel The pilot be gan circling to land again when the crash occurred TWA said In a flash a string of houses and apartment buildings near 61rd St and Cicero Ave burst into flame Firemen said 10 dwellings were set afire some from the plane fuel others from flames from those sprayed with gas It seemed like the end of the w t t residents of the neighbor Wash teams continued loday hood said evacuating persons stranded by floodwaters northwest They come over the house all Washington the a woman resident of Thousands ol acres of lowlands were under water but one of the damaged houses said there were indications some rivers Were gradually somehow this one sounded The Snoqualmie River which had peaked Monday at different suddenly the entire house shook arizf I could hear glass flying Flights from afl points of the compass use midway The rate ol traffic is nearly a movement in or out every minute of the day and night Thomas Fracassi 31 occupant of a house hit by the plane said the aircraft caved the roof into a bedroom Two of his three chil Wilmer Ordren were hurt Fracassi his ncr Jl Alverda today was conwire Qeraldine 29 and their lined 10 the Indiana County third were Jail lo await court action on a The Fracassi home burst into charge ol arson flame Fire enveloped a sixaoart The Alverda man pleaded threestory building behind 13 feet dropped to feet this morning The Green River was still on the rise however aivJ the valley towns of Keni and Auburn south of here were still hard hit Sher iffs officers and coastguardsmen were kept busy throughout the night answering calls for aid in Alverda Man Pleads Today To Arson ShotThrough Recovering Only efficient farmers can employed in agriculture or related make a living on the farm fields Farmers must feed the said Dr William L Henning increase in expenses In discussing the costfactor in world farm production Dr Henntngs said More of the farmers money has been going into machinery seed and other needs jbetore the Indiana Rotary Club people upon the farmer and vice Two factors create the high costs No Gazette On Thanksgiving The Indiana Evening Gazette will not be published Thursday Nov 26 in observance ot the Thanksgiving holiday Full coverage of the news will resume with Fridays edition the Green River Valley An Kllensburg Wash motorist was missing and it was believed he may have become the second fatality of the areas worst flood in years A woman motorist vas in a mountain pass cartruck acci dent Sunday night the nighi the stojin broke The State Patrol said the miss was George Schaakc who a Cardboard box filled with eom ty to the charge today before Jus tice of the Peace A M Cox According to State Police from the Indiana substation Orner set his house See 7 2 Col 1 ing man mas to have returned to material burg from Seattle via Snoqualmie llome t Mrs Pass Sunday night A wrecked car reistered Schaake was found amid mud and huilding against the Alverda and set it afire causing to ahoul Wlinh damage to the debris The car was empty Then was still no immediate See 2 Col 2 population and this is a problem as well as he eon Pennsylvanias Secretary of culture in an address last night There is an interdependence of at the Indiana Elks Club stated Dr Henning was guest speaker illustrated his OKLAHOMA CITY 13at the RuralUrban night program slides yearold boy was shot through the Of the local Rotary Club which was One of the biggest items in tin heart Monday night aivJ attended by Indiana County agri1 farmers costs is labor and mac alter three hours of surgery his cultural teachers and farmers who keting is another big lirst words to his mother formed were guests of the Rotarians said the guest speaker a question Were you scared Approximately 120 persons talking about the Pennsylvan imich Mom tended the meeting ia Department of Agriculture Dr fef Investigators said the boy John In an offthecuff lalk the Henning said The job of the state Seal was accidentally shot by a Pennsylvania cabinet member told department of agriculture is the companion who was of being born and reared on a same sa the federal agency and examining a 22caliber rifle when farm near Hicksville in Northboth have a great responsibility it discharged The slug ripped in western Ohio He still is a farmer jn human health and and out of Johns body passing at heart and operates a 300 acre He stressed the health protic through his heart doctors 3aid farm in Cenlre County nun functions ol his department Hie kid wus given 16 pints of Its good for business and agund cued the fact thai we are a blood in a hospital emergecy riculture folks to sit down and get nation More knowledge room and in surgery Physichns acquainted once in a he ol conservation is needed he said sewed up the heart and were said early in his address Production of rood is up and about the boys recov Agriculture involves not only income is said Dr the farmers but the processor und Henning And this trend is con John is the son of Mr and iVirs distributor as well Thirty five tinning across the country This Holland ol Oklahoma City per cent of the people are increased production results in an Dr Henning who labor and transportation M o r e talk with colored effort rmist be made to improve the quality and marketing of farm Comparing American farm out put with Russian production he said It takes six to H Russians to produce the same as one Ameri can farmer Dr Henning u graduate ol Ohio Stale in animal husbandry got his master degree al Pennsyl vania Slate Universilv and tv Indiana County United Fund Box Score CAMPAIGN SI 21 if It liaised since last report Previously Iotals to date Fire Threatens Braddock Area Investigutuui by State Police Corporal Joseph M Hickey and State Police fire investigator Cor poral Harry F Anderson led In the apprehension of Orner on Nov It is reported the incident oc curred on Nov 18 in Alverda PHTSBURGH raing Fm Dianiond Inside The Gazette Every division aims to coin jjs sulknations by the n next week omside lndlana wilhia s h his doctorate a th s ol Wisconsin the when alv vaiiu lire threatened a block of del free coupons at ings loday at Sixth Si and Wood Jewelry Niihing to buv laun Ave in nearby Hraddock The broke out in a two story building housing the dlaso lier Co ai 307 and spread lo an adjoining structure KveV available piece of lire iquipmenl in the was dis 1lie of writia i paichexl to the scene euluinn lOilay on ediional pagr i Tlure was no anv injuries Residents in the area saitl there danger ol the fire spreaJing lo several adjoining frame si rue lures Calls For Cons In Boro Tonight Members of the Senior Youth Club of Indiana will collect cans ol food this evening in cooperation with the local Salvation Army The young people will call at borough residences between 7 and today Persons wishing to donate a few cans of food are re quested to leave their porch lights on Food collected will be distributed by the Salvation Army to area mi itfnts over Christmas Thanksgiving and CillOST TKAM ball fans will to rrul iAilli ilir XKA AllAnuiuu the uf Hal Bos l 10 und II U if they He has been a member of Uicultv at Penn State since where she has coached student livestock teams Dr Henning was named head ot the Animal Husbandry Depurt parlmeni at PSU in and wa uDpointed ania s of m Other Features Bananas lOc Ib fclatinj and JLIICLlions oranges 3 doz Shortys Fruit Mku Wayne Ave EM lullv lasilc lea Room Thanfct ivinj Dinners 12 to 8 Reserva not necessary 87x AUUUiu 1 UMUK 4 i u UupiUl Mulct Homer City Legion punv tonight j Midjetb lurktvs SlixL Brunos Restaurant Dining Room closed Thanksgiving Day t uuul Tecu WKATHKK ruining uli Brunos Reslaurani D i n i n Room closed lhanksuiv ins oldci tonight Luu loniyhl 111 Lit uilli SJIDWCI 0 lo II to   

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