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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Some women will go through inythhig for friend itarthif with the bank account An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family Volume 88 November 27 1959 Here Monday Clement Attlee ISTCCultura Life Speaker 9 One of the worlds great statesmen Earl known in this country as Clement Attlee Prime Minister of Great Britain during the postwar be the guest speaker at the Indiana State Teachers College Cultural Life Series program Monday November 30 at p in Fisher Auditorium on the college campus in Indiana Elevated to the peerage upon his resignation from the House of1 Commons in 1955 at which time Queen Elizabeth conferred upon Jjim an earldom in recognition of Pis long and loyal service to his country the distinguished states man and Labor Party leader took his seat in the House of Lords j early in 1956 j It has been said that Clement Attlee and the British Labor Par ty grew up together Head of the Parly longer than any of his pred ecessors he was its leader from I 1935 to I95r Under his premierj from 1945 to 1951 the Labor government inaugurated a revoluj tion in the social and economic fabric of Britain and changed the face of the Commonwealth It WHS the Attlee government which nationalized the basic inj dustries introduced the National Health Service allowed India Bur ma and Ceylon to determine their own future rose to the Russian j menace joined in defeating MORE TRIALS EXECUTIONS US Plans ExUN Aide Was Missing Refuse Admission Another BangJensen Suicide Sav UN C l C l i I j i Sky Shot NEW YORK Bang Jensen 50 deposed United Na i lions officials who had been rniss CAPF PANAVFRAT Mondaywas founddead CAPt CANAVERAL Flai Thursday in a Queens park Police AP The United Statescalled it an obvious case of pushed ahead with plans forj j another stab at space today while still seeking the reasonjtroversy over releasing the names for the failure of its biggestof Hungarian refugees was found moon rocket jby a man walking his dog along In about two weeks an atitne bridle path of Alley Pond tempt will be made to propeljFark ia payload toward the vicinity A 25caliber automatic was in jof the planefe Venus and into nis hand He died of a oullet 1 i l i 1 ttrrvi ft Jw M M I J e i CLEMENT ATTLEE speaks here Monday i i i lorbit about the sun The vvound in the rish side of hs launching vehicle will be ajhead Police said a note in his i possession was identified by hand writing experts as that of the blockade introduced con ription for the first time in peace snd took the country into the If C an War under the United Nalxiai lions In an astute appraisal of the British statesman several years ago the powerful Manchester Guardian had this to say before his Thought determines expression and Attlee has had the clearest aill mind in Parliament It has closeditne Birthday The nations latest space effort ended in disappointment Thanks giving Day when a mammoth At lasAble rocketfizzled shortly aft m er it was fired in an attempt toiher put the first satellite into orbit j around the moon Danish The note addressed to his Americanborn wife Helen begged and suggested discharged by Dag Hnrnmarskjold BangJensen in fighting his sus pension and dismissal claimed Dragoslav Interest Required UNITED NATIONS N Y AP A special United iurafiosiav representative reported today there was no visible jskjoldjs Yugoslav undersecretary f m the Hungarian situation which would warrant re jfor political had given taxation ol U N interest and concern ihim authority to keep the names This declaration was made by Sir Leslie Munro of New SGHrCl A A Y r Zeahmcl fonner President of the General Assembly He was He also said Andrew Cordier named last year to use his influence to end alleged lOO ti of Hirti m L 1 j 1 r T tg JL cLii Munro said that although he ity As evidence of this Jensen said Cordier had Ban o had been denied admission to Hunj memorandum to the U N conjgary there had been substantial droller authorizing BangJensen to information that trials and execuj pay out money to witnesses u i joiit vouchers Ro their names could asj be kept secret Tlie AtlasAble 10 stones high and the most powerful rocket everi the body had the more POVL in NYC Suicide Protkch and Cordier denied giv ing any such authority Cordier admitted a memo authorized pay ments to witnesses without vouch ers but said this gave no authority to BangUesen to withhold the names The Administrative Tribunal Holiday Death Toll Reaches 190 In US By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS T th ailta ailing men assembled by this country was onnours BaftgJf f its maiden flight It for He was not mmee of miles out in after its second Ml v IMC itiMimiaLivc L i I uLUlal TJ 24 hours This left about 48 testimonv he UN the final U N authority on m niihrr J r VI II1C 1 CuoUll serted there was an imminent possibility of further Tlie report was made public amid a flurry of excitement over the death of Povl BangJensen iTraffic l51 former U N political officer li was fired last year fn connectionMiscellaneous 38 with a U N inquiry into thej Total 190 1 Traffic deaths during thp ances finally upheld BangJen une OT tne his dls tended Thanksgiving holiday cS missal was his refusal to turn s B wuwy con sens dismissal holding his conJ Scientists are studyin rn learn the cause a viiailliaadl liuiumg Ills CUII1 alive after leaving his BangJensen said he had protention that the U N could to his stPenors a hs of Hun at Lake Success on Long mised keep the names secret keep the names secret was un8amn refugees who had givfn in two miles from to protect the refugees familiessubstantiated formation in secret to the U N i where he was found from possible communist rei the UN the secretariat comnittee BangJensen former senior pqpnsals The sealed list of names there wouldbe no comment The Geneial Assembly Ls waswas burned on the roof of the thrf death However to debate the Hungdlanlslow mce of ou sent a note tf next week despite sharp nintactc wuuv tinued a slow movement upward today Whether the reason was unus weather or the American tra iired fr0m his posiuN oulldlng l the presence sleet powerful winds and natic socialist See Page 8 Col t Crash Fatal to Teenager AlrnK194J Field Alanbrooke wrote in O Buntin In Georgia Alanbrooke wrote in his diary II I VJCUltJICJ EBENSBURG Pa AP A he was afraid Churchill was A n n t milk truck skidded on icv Route las beginning to run down f V Buntln a resident fit Inn tana naccoH Alan Freed Appear AtHearing 22 near here Thursday and over The last scare about Churchill turned killing Ronald Strasser 15 last week Because of a sudden indisposi NEW YORK Alan Freed says he will comply day in Atlanta More Cuban Belt Tightening Promised By ROBERT BERRELLEZ HAVANA Ernesto Guevara leftleaning to desist from repressive rneastime Sunday tires Munro said In the course The Associated Press made a of the past year no evidence of fatalities during a re been forthcoming of any basic cent nonholiday period change in the Hungarian situation Traffic deaths then totaled 433 which would warrant relaxation and 100 from miscellany by the United Nations of its conjous causes This totaled 582 tinned attention to the Last years fourday Thanksgiv Munio reported that Soviet miling holiday produced 454 deaths itary forces have continued to re1 involving automobiles 54 in fires main in Hungary contrary to thej and 118 from miscellaneous caus of the Genera Assembly jes wreckage The father Merle 41 London editors stationed treated for shock at watch at Hospital in Altoona j See 8 Col 5 US Public Heolth Service Data Implicates Smoking As Top Lung Cancer Cause j vjtuitilQ i The deceased was a division with a subpoena to appear Mon requests or tne tiene leader in Prime Minister Fidel Castros official family pro far their i The NationaT Safety Council did make an advance estimate of i vision and radio WUU1U VJV m wiuuuiuu jjuuuy IUUK from Hungaryand it may be retraffic deaths over Thanksgiving Freed was served with the sub over of the Cuban National Bank cailed thai such appeared lo be This holiday the NSC maintained r ccu na B lvcvl lllc lll Jn an interview with the seimofhcial newspaper RevoHie intention of the government does not compare with other ma ipoena Wednesday night Guevara said his most important task be to the in October holidays of the year when for hours after he failedlguard Cubas foreign exchange level which presumably will1 this act would undoubtedly be rejdrinking and pleasant weather ito show up at Dist Atty even more before starting to improve in by all members of the contribute to the death toll S Hogans office the start of the sugar harvest j United Nations as a contribution Asked by newsmen why he had Guevara said he expects the the situa not appeared at Hogans office as further tightening of imports D AWA requested Freed replied I will cause of the foreign exchange sil IxGVGCllS of Galitzin who was helping his Because of a sudden indisposi ine a divisionwith a subpoena to appear Mon V7 T Sj i n T requests of the General Assembly jes father make Sc dSverie tion he had to cancel the Gulf Oil before a Manhattan grand leader in Prune Minister Fidel Castro s official iamuj fojtheir The boy was pinned under the with Chancellor Konrad jury investigating payola in more belttightening for Cubans today but said there j Soviet forces are w5thdraminot mi wreckage The father Merle London editors stationed reporters I0 amWed vision and radio would be no drastic changes in economic policy as he it may be retraffic jvas treated for shock at watch at a hearr Presidency of the Cuban National Bank called thai such appeared lo be This In an interview with the semiofficial newspaper RevoHie intention of the government does not com tecitives Jucion Guevara said his most important task will be to safeof the in October Ijor holidays failedguard Cubas foreign exchange level which presumably will1 this act would undoubtedly be rejdrinking and even mOre before starting to improve in by all members of the j contribute to requested FreedN replied not volunteer for anybody My grandmother once told me Nev Munro said uation Asked by Revolucion to com TV Policy Pneumonia Die In Pa For Liz Taylor Accidents WASHINGTON AP The Service believes that the following supported lareelv bv I I HI Una n 4 I ti O j statistical ier volunteer for ment on unrest among Havana Freed who has lost both his bank depositors when his television and radio outlets ment was announced Guevara 111 111 ITT S has denied several times that hesaid rumors that he planned subi ever took payola undeacover stantial changes in the govern NEW YORK Nationa virustype of double Accidents have claimed at least course of which is 14 lives in Pennsvlvania NEW YORK AP Actress i Elizabeth Taylor is suffering fromj By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rising rate of lung cancer The statement was issued Thurs day by Surgeon General Leroy of lung cancer Burney in an article in the Jour 2 Cigarette smoking particudemonstrated of the American Medical Assn lady is associated with an ini If the yoking hypothesis is It was the governments strongest creased chance of developing lungvalid it should be possible to show rt i k i i statement to date linking smokingcancer a sequence of events started by SnOt Ifl N6CK and cancer Burney said it wasi 3 Stopping cigarette smoking cigarette smoke which leads to based partly on new evidence even after long exposure is bentsthe development of lung cancer McCullough ment which is lives in Pennsylvania since the i try itt I ticl V ov w Public Health Service has issued statements are justified by studies until Payments to plug tunes on the air ments financial setup were logiai Broadcasting Co has disclosed a strong new warning on tobacco to date um recent He has deciined lo tell newsCal but unjustified a hosPtal spokesman said the tong Thanksgiving The weight of evidence implicates 1 The weight of evidence at y Burney Siud men what was discussed when he They are logical because the P eswonhn a 01 couk ast rhree dayS weekend including three smoking as the main cause of the present implicates smoking as the rms in itself has seemed conwas questioned by representativesreplacement of the expresident oti e Prominent citizens to review three weeks depending on how men who perished in a fiery plane c jicseai implicates smoKing as tne seeinea conwas quesuuneu oy represenianves replacement or tne expresiaent Oil principal etiological elusive to many investigators alof a subcommittee investithe bank Felipe Pazos by tele1 ifactor in the increased incidence though the mechanism of cancer 8alinS jwho is famous as an extreme radjards lune rnnmr growth in the lung has never been ica is certain to raise in the mind MRr crash Her present condition was re ported satisfactory Miss Taylor entered Harkness Burneys warning immediately ficial n was attacked by tobacco interests 4 No method of treating tobacated by the inhalation of in the Lee Hospital in as a wurmed over rehash of old co or filtering the smoke has been gens cancer causing a g e a t with a gunshot wound statistics demonstrated to be effective in from polluted air the neck The wound was re Di C C Little scientific direcmaterially reducing or eliminating1 Several recent investigations tor of the Tobacco Industry Rethe hazard of lung cancer lend support to such a search Committee said in New 5 The nonsmoker has a lower As footnotes to his article Burltne inJured was found this fVork the points in Burneys ar incidence of lung cancer than the ney cited 81 scientific studies jni morning in the basement of his tide were first advanced some smoker in all controlled studies the field ro support his concluhome with tne wound in his neck years ago in statistical studies whether analyzed in terms of rural sions He was taken immediately to lhat admittedly are not supported areas urban regions industrial In rebuttal Littles statement arrival at the Johns Ten others were traffic victims NBC said Thursday ii expects satisfactory One woman perished in a fire k A of bank depositors that I am goto announce the names of the ad Vllss Taylor entered Harkness A Thanksgiving day plane ride KU ing to take measures against their visory committee members next Pavilion of turned into an inferno for pilot he said week Medical Center Thursday after William Braden 35 of Beth But they are he American Broadcasting Co and trvinS tn ott lhem Robert C Ruschman 39 continued because this governColumbia Broadcasting System the wtoks j of Pahner Township and Rusch is seeking private investsaid they would not adopt such a Hospital officials said Miss Robert C 18 pian lor wiie of singer Eddie Their small aircraft crashed Advertisino executive Sigurd S lvould IH be allouccl to receive to a hillside and burst into flames Larmon who had suggested a or eiephone calls shortly after takeoff from the ixens committee to review televi I7sluir canceled his laie show at BethlehemEaston Airport They sion standards conceded that the the WaldorfAstoria hotel in order were burned to death appeared doomed because of lo thenightat the Stse S 4 its rejection by ABC and CBS j Harty Friday Nov 27 Ask about free Chrstmai gift al 88x Homer City State Bank same course could be Ru D js termed SN Col 2 Indiana County United Fund Box Score selfinflicted Officials at the hospital report town According m one report 4 lough was alone at the time of the Deviously CAMPAIGN GOAI Raised Wednesday I I arnmn chairman of the Young i Rubicam advertising agency said his plan could not I unction without unanimous indus try approval Larmons proposal called lor broadcasters sponsors and adver tising agencies to participate ABC President Oliver Treyz his network does not believe by experimental occupations or sex said within recent months new Al Apponmttox Rep Wat 6 Persons who have never evidence has been presented that kins Abbitt who repsmoked at all cigarettes cigars 1 People described as the Iouan was aione at tne tlme of resents a major tobacco growing or pipe have the best chance of worlds heaviest cigarette smokers niishaP TUe vctim father of six district said It is shocking that escaping lung cancer have low lung cancer death rates01 eight children is a steel worklotals to date a supposedly responsible govern 7 Unless the use of tobacco compared with people who smoke not yet called to With Marion Center Area ment official would castigate the can be made safe the individual less but have been long exposed to the steel one of tj ABC could delegate to any out entire tobacco industry on such persons risk of lung cancer canurban air pollution said that the next area to aoSivP side its flimsy statistical best be reduced by the eliminai 2 Long inhaling of smoke by lhf residence is s Qota would S publicly Burneys article took note of fretion of laboratory animahT has not resultcated a mile of Seward ot u c u u channels quent criticism of the evidence Burney said recent scientific td in causing lung cancer in these 56 tilairsville or haltsburg said CBS Frank Staoiou linking smoking and lung cancer studies also point to air animals Cluhsavo i JVicMahon campaign said au industrysupported citi He cited Littles previous critifrom car exhausts industrial 3 Lung tissues may be perfectly Fish frv toniht everv Fridav u ever to meet zcas could be inter1 cisins specifically Sinog and so on as additional healthy in heavy smokers while Dance Saturday Music bv iiancial requireaients of preted as an abdication by a net1 noted that by law causative factors in rising lung they may undergo suspicious Harry Phillips Orchestra S8x inember agencies every area workto sponsors and advertising uyewies in the field of the net Inside The Gazette in owned Read Die preview of the Blairsville uaskeibaU team on iporU pages 18 and 9 THANKSGIVING Coniinonts heard on Thanksgiving are ftauued in Wai Column on page 6 Other Features I he Public Health Service must cancer lhauge8 in both young and old tell the medical profession and the Since nonsmokers also get lung smoker and nonsmoker Indiana Glass and Mirror Shop public about anything affecting cancer he noted it is obvious that 4 Lung cancer occurs more 4 Owner public health After reviewing the other factors are involved quwuly in people who have a med Jn Tiffin gaSS presently available evidence in de The link between smoking and ical history of previous serious Hail he said The Public Health lung or mouth cancer has beenserious ailments i Dance tonite Medoras Clymer works responsibility Uurtb 1C I ouun s Party Friday Club Savoy I try tonight Friday dance Saturday Jet Tcwies nigJu Dance Saturday Many Phillips WUATHDJt FUKECAST tiuuuy and culijici1 by evening Cloudy and ia nuo   

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