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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Serve Every Member of the Family lei us bfe thankful or more than just the din iier tables tomorrow City County EDITION volume 87 Thirtytwo CUIIIUN Y Pennsylvania Wednesday November 25 COUNTY OBSERVES THANKSGIVING Peril Of Airplanes Landing In Cities Now Under Study Indiana Boy Hit By Car Here I CHICAGO AP The peril of lowflying aircraft to residents of dwellings near busy airports was being studied jloday by investigators of a flaming crash of a cargo nlane near Midway Airport There were 11 fatalities in Tuesdays tragedy Three were aboard the Trans World Airlines SuperH Constella1 turn that crashed three blocks short of a runway The other1 eight victims were asleep in dwellings smashed and set afire1 Donald Arthur Miller fouryear f G old son of Mr and Mrs Harry lhllteei1 other persons were injured Miller Indiana R D 2 is listed An apartment building and today in serious condition with tnree homes were 1 asj injuries he received about 6 though a bomb had struck the yesterday when he was involved in peaceful neighborhood near the an accident with a car in Indiana airport handling more than Indiana Hospital officials and landings every day e youth received injuries to the Much of Chicagos air tivffkv head including movements of all jet Indiana Borough Police report C1aft has been diverted in the the youth was struck cir in last few years to OHare Inter the 200 block of South Seventh St national Airport on the citys Indiana County United Fund Cami Operator of the vehicle police Northwest Side but the problem Pagi attained its goal today when said was Jack Wellen 44 222 ol lowflying aircraft over resiif turned in pledges in the amount Ridge Homer City dences still remains of Two other persons were injured Chicagos official concern was This is the first of the six yesterday on Indiana Borough by Alderman John areas to reach said tarn Streets when two cars collided at E8an head of the City Council chairman J F McMahon I 1C mm DV IWIflflAtl t Marion Center Area Two of the intersection of Philadelphia Aviation Committee and Third Streets No matter what the causes of Steele and his coworkers Cor a Borough police said a car Kpertnis accident it points no the well done Bled by Carl King 4S 212 Philaeverpresent hazard of having big Those responsible for this sue delphia going south on Third airplanes passing low over htavicess included Area Chairman Clare St and another vehicle lv DllIt UP city Steele of Rochester Mills and the cast on Philadelphia said following workers Mrs Bardandj at the intersection We cant imagine what a propBrothers from Rochester Mills I Driver of the second vehicle was c1 solution to this difficulty Willard Lemon Mrs Haroldi listed as David Cramer 18 Penn be Beatty B C FiWdline Willis Run R D 1 Midway is a milesquare Dana Lou Raybuck Gori Cramer reportedly received innaj on the Southwest Side whichjdon McCracken Mrs Walter to his head and a passenger aviation authorities said enjoys aBlack Mrs Dee Griffith win rar Inhn stpfanik ifi safety record jn terms of John Hastings Mrs E G Pol S thankedAreaJCh irrnTS A HAPP1EB AIHIII in Ttlrl in t in about 40 Indiana homes tomorrow will be a bit more sub stantial because of the residents of Indiana members ol the Senior Youth Club and the local Salvation Army Harry Reed left president of the Indiana Senior Youth Club and Douds second from left chairman of last nights Ciin Drive represent about 100 local youths who canvassed the borough last evening collecting cans of food Distribution of the of food will be made under the direction of the local Army with Major Myrtle Reynolds second from right ii charge Robert Fokkemer right a worker at the Salvation Army helped with the packing of the boxes of food Major Reynolds adds the turkey to one ol the boxes the final touch lor a Happy Thanksgiving photo bv Sipos Cranberry Industry Giving Thanks Can tliana out numbers of todays aircraft were Also Mrs Maurice I I M Vf U VV I 111 I 411 I 7 I I I t VJ r iana R D 1 had a tooth volume of Hock Richard Burns Floyd Beat it any injuries to the laidout the daysvof ty William Frye and William Me flying WTOn tfie speeU size andDreary of Marion Center Three Cars Collide In Homer City Sees 4 Be rvY ir i Church Services On Tap Tim Indian County area joins the rest ol the state and nation in celebrating Thanks giving tomorrow with our h u re h services scheduler through the clis the fall harvest festival will be the Thanks giving Day Service sponsored by the Indiana Ministerial As sociation at the Graystone United Presbyterian Church Rev lames B Reid pastor of Hie Calvary United Presbyterian Church will deliver the message assisted by Rev Lester McGonag le associate pastor of the First Methodist Church Dr Frank A Lawrence is pasor of the host church This service begins at 10 The Christ Episcopal Church of Indiana will also conduct its Thanksgiving Service tomorrow at 10 I St Bernards Roman Catholic Church in Indiana will have i Masses at and Oth county Catholic Churches are also having Thanksgiving Masses In Penn Run a sunrise service will be conducted Thursday morn ing in the Penn Run Presbyterian Church This service begins at 7 The Methodist Brethren and Presbyterian Churches of Penn Run are cooperating in this ser ivice Rev T W Cummings andV Rev W S River wiE ediiSnet the service Httfoh ThanVv will be conducted See Church page col I By TbM HENSHAW Associated Press Writer f Tlie Associated Press in the realm of ThP ni thanks at Thanksgiving can mean gratitude for D I Midway was in a sparsely popuMrs Charles E Lookard of Ginsy r thls tor years says Marcus many many success peace Jove WH lated area Jane Cassidv Ruth tf1 t sadly People are md about these To underscore meaning of the holiday The But the city has grown aroundJay Goss of Hillsdale Dolah Hickespejally cartffr 1S mentioned Associated Press asked a number of prominent Americans U r it Many of those living nearby ok Joan Elismore Carole OHari Ulan 1S he elder statesman of the cranberry world this question J flTtJ OCllOOIS their livelihood from and Jay Mallory of Glen in upheaval over government reports that a cancer On Thanksgiving 1959 what are the things in vmir t of Tuesdays victims bell Alva Pierce of MajrhunH iproducmg agent was sprayed on some life von a own HARRISBURG AP Pennsyl vanias top education official to day scotched reports the 14 state teachers colleges are on the verge of becoming liberal aits schools j As far as this department is i concerned we believe these insti tutions for sqme time to come will be basically concerned with preparation of said Dr Charles H Boehm superin uvmc men irom trie m aim Jtty maiiury 01 uien ieporis mat a cancer inanKsgivmg what aie the thi port Two of Tuesdays Alva Pierce of March and producing agent was sprayed on some cranberry bogs as a liie you have most cause to be thankful for were a newlv married counte fitn W R Hevner and Franrpc K killer v i in Ul IVItu iO MOMER CITY Three cars were a newly married couple emw R Hevner and Frances E Btiweed killer were damaged today in an b a helicopter firm Uerbuugh of Cherry Tree Betty blow dent at the intersection of North Civil Aeronautics Board officials Willard of Punxsutawney Chester Main St and Indiana St some flown in from other and Paul Ansley of the busy It is reported a car operated bv set UP investigative groups iPlumville Loretta Woytek h uann among the hardI I Andy Anderson 39 Indiana St Ho will probe the history of Sandra Creek of Arcadia C a r 1 since devted 59 his LOU mer Ciiv was stopped on 595 which crashed shortlyjKendra of Rossiter and 0 B 86 yfrs the cranberry St preparinc to make a left turner takeoff Its veteran pilot iBarr of Jdhnsonburg nto thke ll 1S I into Indiana St with another veClaude W Helwig 40 of Los An feels the government hide stopped behind operated by 8eles nai radioed the control L o r L nanaiea ttie case George Robeson 317 Oak Midway that the planes IVICI gJndianu 2 engine probably was on fire rt I w A third vehicle operated by and was attempting to return De tT 311160 John Schock 207 Railroad Midway M fat Homer City coming behind pwip will investigate the HOLYOKE Mass i tJfnf Rolesin vehicle was the engine or a for issued bv unable to stop in time and collided lor caused the crash another the mistake to the wife of an Airi with the rear of the Robeson car possibility structural weaknesses Force sergeant may wind up pushing it into the rear of thCi the plane were to blame The framed and hanging on the will i Anderson auto fourth is interrogating witnesses Although it is a check Damage to the Anderson the hope they can provide a Irom a highly reputable bank it as estimated at to the clue WOnt even a cup of L Even as bunied bodies were betoday from the smoldering The check is back in the to Goose Bay Labrador in UdQ Thoughtprovoking replies came from figures well known in govI eminent science the arts 111 Dr Paul Dudley White Boston heart find it impos sible to speak of any one circun stance for which 1 am There are many to mention both general and personal i Satisfactory After Mis hap See Bleak I t f i A do what is right of his father with the remarkable adwry condition today in the Indifrom two nearly identical bills I ik fhe handling of the Donald Hartfield entered the vances that have come But I realana Hospital with injuries he refore the Legislature ak page 6 col I plea at an arraignment before ize at tlle time how much ceived about yesterday Both would remove the we of the Peace Thomas more remains to be done especialwhen struck by a car just south teachers from the title of I Romiinkn Hnrtfiniri ordered v wh the new challenge to health Homer City M i Celebrates was Robeson car and to isl report of any Th aSn The accident occurred the State Upholds en The State Supreme Court Indiana County Common Pleas Court against the Southwest Cen tral Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation in favor of Mr and Mrs Sterle M Crisman White Township Mr and Mrs Crisman w e r e i awarded the value of damages when their home in White Town ship was burned The defendants said the fire was started when I electricity from a nearby high ten wire got into the electrical i circuit of the house j The attorney for the electric company appealed the verdict to the higher court on grounds of in sufficient evidence and other uasons word Romanko Hartfield was ordered with the new challenge to health Homer City 14 passed held without bail pending Cambria thal in some waXs may have been According to State Police from the Senate and the other has County grand jury action tne of the faulty use made the Indiana substation Palmer cleared the House It is expected The youth was not represented of Our prosperity was walking on the highway apone of the bills will pass next by counsel at the hearing As a 1 am also thankful parently in the same direction as week WASHINGTON Pa Police said Hartfield signed a that1 medical science can at this the flow of traffic when he was However we do not oppose the M E Jones celebrated her 100th statement admitting he shot his Juncture of world history play struck by a car operated by J S name change said Boehm birthday today at a family gathersleeping father to death Tuesday such a role the improvement in Beyers 210 East Church Ho He said elimination of theword ing m the home of her daughter while his mother and sister were ttie lot of mankind not only in mer City teachers from the titles will be Mrs M E Dunning asleep in adjoining bedrooms our own country but especially in Police said Palmer suffered a useful in attracting better students u A caCl lmm President Kisen Dist Atty David C Wolfe manv Parts of the world wlfre possible fracture of the left ankle and faculty The Hadley Falls Trust hower was among congratulatory quoted Hartfield as saying he re there is sti much suffering lacerations of the scalp and abra Boehm said there is no plan to i lhC CeCk blocked j intssaBes sented his fathers drinking habits amon8 the underprivileged We sions of the body include such courses as premedi 0 HIM iiruCK incurs Walsh irom endorsing Dr uoinriiii MMH doctors nave the nnnitrtnnilv i roof of a twostory house and then ferring selling across the street into two check by obtaining It careened a block farthrestraining onder our contributions to me health of r require my re the but attlusametimeby Uir tXeC UieS change The State School Code OreeieSVISlt U improve mental would have to be amended sharp health and the spirit lv to ch ne of lh up get y 8 16 See City page 9 col 5 me cnecK blocked messages sented his fathers drinking habits among the underprivileged We sions of the body include such courses as premedU om endorsing transJ Dr Ernest Abernathy secretar and verbal abuse of Mrs have the opportunity dur The incident occurred on Route cal or engineering in the collect g ojdestroying theiof the Washington County Medical field he next generation to con119 just south of the Homer Citv program aining a presented a plaque to The victim Walter Hartfield 52 lribute toward the happiness and Borough line Broadening of the teachers Isylvania Medical Society our conlnbutions to the health I rrN r e q u i r e myre than name Knotty Pine Inn open all day Thanksgiving Full course Turkey dinner Folly Castle Tca Room Thanks1 giving Dinners 12 to 8 Reserval lions not necessary Brunos Restaurant Dining Koom closed Thanksgiving Day Knotty Pine Iim open all dayj Thanksgiving Full course Turkey dinner Eagles Party Friday Nov 27 A SSxi Jn Indiana I Joseph A Steele former Indiana businessman and his wife Kath ryn are visiting friends and rela tives in Indiana over the Thanks giving holiday The Steeles will return to Flor iida next week where Mr Steele iwill complete final arrangements to open a stationary and office suppy store in a new shopping cen jier at Ft Myers Kuised I he Steeles presently live at Port Charlotte about tO miles Previously from Ft Mvirs Vice President Ricliard M NixK Ulf 87 Kane longtime lieau insliUltiOns See Giving page 6 col i ot the Ulf Brothers oil and gas Indiana County United Fund Box Score CAMPAIGN Set producing firm died Tuesday night in a Warren nursing He had been ill more than two years There will ice skating at tin Funeral services will be heldJ S Mack Community Centet Friday Before entering the oil skating rink this allermwn and tlii iincl gas business Ulf operated a evening according 10 a link o clothing store in Kane final Erie Authority Boss Resigns Totuls to dale Area One chairman Dan Reiber would like to move the reel oji the Bank Thfriim KRIK Pa Robert Up Have Baldwin chairman of the Frie Rea iialJPV that development Authority tor more could give U ineel the than four years has resigned human nieds ui your coin Baldwin said he hopes to take inunity in construction work under the development program As I planning chairman IK was pm law Inside The Gazette WIN FIRST Purchase lane wun its first baskolball Haine nl the season in uxertirnc Htul Ihis and other sports on pages and 2J HAL BOYLE COLUMN Hal Buyle KIVIS uii unusual list nf Jus column tiniciy on eililoi lul tu be thankful fur in Other Features Party Friday 27 SlSs Miriui hibited bv i i from ALL THATS LEFTA homeowner stands amid the nibble of h uito the mvghborhoud while attempting to laud at Chicago Midway i toi a I Grace t on Fire Co partv nite ifx a plane Tekphutu Brunos Restaurant U i n i n g Ask about free Christmas gift at Roum closed Thanksgiving Day Homer City State Bank i uuiis WEATHEK Partly clviidy aud iuhici Lomshl oloutliiHsa but not qailf bi ujfilii Hvil4 tut U M liui Ifl siilj   

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