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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member the Family Eventually all tfjrls stop tor the ideal man and start Ing a husband Volume 89 Fourteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday November 28 1959 Telephone HO 55555 City County EDITION NINE MISHAP KILLS ERNEST NAN ft US Protests Marine Kidnaping Bombay Site Of Incident Chinese Accused In Note BEATEN Chinese Communists WASHINGTON AP The United States protested today the kidnaping of a U S Marine sergeant by Chinese Communists in Bombay In dia The action came while State Department officials sought more information on Hthe case In New Delhi the U S Embassy said a note had been handed to the Chinese in Bombay India bound and government charging Chinese heat Marine Sgt Robert Communists with Armstrong above when he fol ed v i o 1 a t i o n of personal owed a Chinese into the Corn rights munist consulate compound The Los Angeles native was rescued An Embassy spokesman said Dy police fhe note protests strongly the il NEA Telephoto legal and improper actions of rep resentatives of the Communist Chinese Consulate in Bombay He was released after Bombay po lice had intervened to obtain his Irecdom A State Department spokesman said full information is being sought on the puzzling case which also involves a Chinese Commu nist defector who did not defect LQS ANGELES AP Even In Los Angeles Armstrongs faviolinist George Liberace had to ther said they must have really second fiddle to Mickey ganged up on his son i Cohen Friday Lewis S Armstrong said Friday peppery Testifies In Cafe Hearing See 5 Col Quickened Pace Of Road Deaths the show at a police commission hearingon anapplication for an entertainment license for the Ron delli Cafe in suburban Shorman Oaks The Mick Vente his forensic fury on po licemen i Invoked the Fifth Amendment more than 50 times Interrupted the hearing several By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS times to charge it was a farce Traffic 221 Fires 22 Miscellaneous 59 Total 302 Asked if he was a part owner of the cafe Cohen replied i I got no piece of that res jtaurant I wouldnt take a piece it on a silver A quickened pace of highway When another witness was asked traffic deaths marked the halfway about Cohens police record point of the fourday Thanksgivi Cohen shouted ing holiday Saturday 1 object I dont want my name The toll of deathswhich initialmentioned in a derogatory man ly was about four deaths an hour fell off to less than three during1 After an angry exchange with the hours early Friday Then Mark Smith chief investigator Friday and early Saturday the for the commission Cohen was grim count regained the fouran escorted out of the hearing room hour mark In the hallway another officer Heavier road traffic and iced told him to be quiet highways in wide areas from the Dont get near Cohen Appalachian Mountains to the warned You look like a bum to Rockies were possible causes the increased rate of highway After a noon recess Cohen took slaughter the witness stand and refused to Cold rainy weather was blamed j answer dozens of questions for the highway crash which j I want a jury he de killed a mother and her two sonsdared Ill bet anyone in the Friday at Oakman Ala Iroom 101 that the decision in this The holiday death count beganthing is already at 6 p m Wednesday and ends1 He told Roger Francis commis at midnight local time attorney the as An Associated Press of j phony as you are and you know fatalities during a recent four day j you re a nonholiday period showed 433 When finally excused he hustled highway deaths 49 in fires andfrom the room muttering to two 100 from miscellaneous causes i friends Lets get out of here Last years fourday Thanksgivithis is a holiday produced 454 deaths j The commission is studying the involving road traffic 54 in fires implication and 118 from miscellaneous facl The National Safety Council esj OStpOHC VJOITIC for four days at this time of year T7h1l The record fourday holiday e r s s Ioot death toll was 884 over Christmas Championship game between 1S56 707 of those fatalities came anl Pltt in vehicular traffic Stadium U will be played next i Saturday SewordRD Man j Still Critical SEWARD Merlyn D McCul lough 35 Seward 1 is still listed critical in Lee Hospital in Johnstown The West Wheat field Township man is being treated for a ielf inflicted gunshot wound in the neck McCullough au unemployed steelworker was found in the basement of his yesterday j morning i NEW DELHI India AP States accused the Chinese Communists today of highhanded violation of per sonal rights by seizing a Ma rine sergeant in Bombay The U S Embassy handed a note to the Indian govern ment strongly protesting against the illegal and im proper actions of representa tives of the Communist Chin ese in an embassy spokesman said An American spokesman in Bombay has accused the Red Chi nese of kidnaping and abusing Sgt Robert Armstrong He was held for about six hours Friday at the Red Chinese Consulate Armstrong had been given1 charge of a Communist Chinese citizen who the Americans wanted U S asylum but later changed his mind and returned to the Red Chinese Consulate Gen eral i The U S protest said the ac tions of the Communist Chinese constitute a highhanded violation of the personal rights of a United States citizen in a friendly counj j The Chinese tuue ifof hidde pliBTHc their version of the case but were said to given a preliminary account to the Indian government Friday The Bombay state government was reported to have submitted a preliminary report of its own to New Delhi The central govern ment advisaJ state authorities to1 refrain from issuing any state ments until the Red Chinese ver sion is received The U S Consulate General1 See 5 Col 4 SecondNJ Locomotive Takes Off WEEHAWKEN the second time this month a loco motive headed down the tracks in New Jersey with no one at the throttle A small New York Central diesel took off Friday from the railroads yard here on a twomile run Its engineer and fireman were in the yard office getting further A Central spokesman said thei locomotive glided along through the yard coming to a stop when it hit a pile of ties and dirt at the end of a stub track The brakes on the engine were temporarily set and the reverser handle had not been removed as required by operating rules when engines are left untended said the Central official The twoman crew was suspend ed The railroad said they had left the locomotive improperly protect ed Less than three weeks ago a Jersey Central Railroad locomo tive was left standing and slipped out of the Jersey City yards It sped along the track for 22 miles before it was stopped by another locomotive near South Amboy The railroad said saboteurs caused that engine to take off Crushed to Death In Tragedy Last Night At Ernest Wesley Walking 52 Ernost wav killer last nifiht as a result of a rootfall arciclent in the Erncsl Mineof he Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Co Death apparently came instantly wlun a portion of the root of the mine crushed Wat kins as he working with a mechanical loader crew Officials said Watkins entered the mine with the crew at 4 p in He was the operator of a car The deceased was a resident of Ernest for 32 years aftet haying resided in Creighton and Unionlown for a few vear helore moving here Husband of Alberta Threat Wai Admits Fatal Beating Of TWAS THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVINGAnrl all thrush the house Princes was Overweight she is in a Northbrook Illinois veterinary hospital for treatment and on a redmin sevcnyeaiKold and weighs 31 pounds Vel is keeping ownership of lAP Wirephotni dog his secret Northbrook miles north of Chicago Brother 13 Saves Sister From Death CHARLOTTE N C AP Kathy Russ is only eight months old When she is older her family j will tell her about Thanksgiving11 Day 1959 the day she almost died The resourcefulness of her brother Matt 13 saved her Kathys father Matt Russ told the story It began with a he said She wasnt feeling too well I0n suggestion Then she started T 11ent nad kins the deceased was father to ten children Mr Watkins was born March 1907 in Altoona a son of John Wesley and Mary Watkins He was a member of the t SN pvt A Beulah Baptist Church of Indiana Hi CI and Local 599 of the Unit ed Mine Workers ol America BISMARCK hus Surviving are he deceaseds kV worker Friday wife two sons John Wesley HI mgln the fatal beating and Glenn Otis both of Ernest hls wife a nurse at the and eight daughters Mrs James Air Force Base Louise Chicago Mrs wiriv on Thanksgiving Day Colonel Betty Ford Los AngePolice Capt Frank said les Mrs Morris Brown Pi claimed he Glover Mashpee Mrs only his ffsts in the attack on liani Dorothy Peak LucerneVerna Gae Brown 31 in her mines Mrs Norman Mildred apartment about 1 Thursday Hopkins Lucernemines Peggy He said he did not know the wife Gloria und Barbara at home divorced him a month ago i In addition three brothers surwas dead iVive They are Smith of Montana officers said Brown Floyd of New Kensington and Otis was charged with firstdegree of Indiana Also a sister Miss Lilmurder lie Mae Watkins of Detroit Browns body was discov T i i 111 1 wenty grandchildren also i heavy snow blanketed Western Pennvive sylvania Temperatures hovered around the mark Friends will be received at the Roads were slippery and dangerous deceaseds late home House 117 Wenzel said Brown was found in ihe Weather Bureau predicted snow flurries over most Knitist afttr noon Monday and downtown Bismarck and surren oi the state by late today and tonight lhe Beulah Baptist dered without resistance He said Crawford Waneft ami ctamfies in ivhicK will Brown signed a statement and northwest Sot from five to eight inches ofsnow overnicht Conducted there Tuesday Deceinwaived extradition her j at Randy Hartley Browns 8vear I 1C i c SI10W to fall light Interment will be made in stepson who lived with HIP WO ly throughout the morning Rejects USW Plan Light Snow Blankets sst Penna Jefferson and McKean counties had from four to six inches of new In Pittsburgh the snowfall accumulated to about two nches before changing to steady snow flurries e MtOr club re Un 1C IIUD re WASHINGTON AP David ported that all roads in western Patrick Hearne son of the Irishi 111 1 I steel land Cemetery victinij was turned Qver hjs Robinson Lytle Funeral Home maternal grandparents Mr and nt Qle petersotl Rolette N D Brown had taken the boy with him and then dropped him at the home of Browns parents Mr and Mrs Harry Brown near Berthold Peterson 70 said he was visit See 5 Col 7 in charge of arrangements Irish Envoys vulsions coming on so 1 the i The convulsions began AP The p a r t m e n t has turned down a Steelworkers that the Astern Patrick Hearne son of the Irish i pile steel were slippery Cin Ambassador has left America der and nlowmg crews were out He had gotten into a series of siriKe resumes early next year aroa scrapes with the law here cli By southeastern maxed when his car struck and II LJ irt Ot the State it minurl mnutnf II Q IJ Missilemen told her husband f y contrast Goldberg had written Secretary of Commerce Frederick H Muel etlnigft t ll rainecl most of killed a woman pedestrian tl the low Qs lt rained were The lrish Embassy said Fridav Still Hopes For Daughter in Hearne 21 left for Dubln by T I Is I plane Wednesday night He VUWIO continue his education in Ireland The son of Ambassador John VANDbNBURG AIR FORCE Hearne had been a student Cahf CAP Missilemen Wnn s IMIS i Hii nimuuiiu Shes gone 1 think shes dead ler a week said lle made Russ took the infant the stockpiling suggestion so thai She was he related li the strike resumes any peril to Her skin was coldlike that of the ational safety will not be a corpse She was turning blue to the United Steel 1 couldnt find a pulse workers of 1 put her on the floor and start Actin8 Secretary Philip A Ray ed to give artificial respiration I feJected Goldbergs proposal Fri was using the old system 1 knew day And and pumping air into the lungs by cannot escape re pressing on her if the contract dispute vum way they servant as she was Matt Jr came into the room selsd n street He claimed diplomatic im Let me do it daddv he Onlv continued production of 40 munity and an inquest into the Matt turned Kathy over and sleel a Phases can supply day Wlth another death Was halled started breathing into her the Ray V The case roused Russ said About the fifth timerole Goldberg The public in Je and Wlte vant clamor he did Kathy started to breathetemjt requires the parties to the said a little He kept it up five lo thuir differabour mv UICS uS 5 Col 2 lo ask her Tlie doctor arrived just as young who would defend tne nation in B Matt stopped Kathy is recovering nicely Why did Matt Jr take over I just saw dad was using an oldfashioned he explaining he had read about mouthtomouth resuscitation in a Boy Scout magazine Theres no place to put especially since ycung thJr and lad had four encounters police in the past few months 1 day These involved several incidents s matiy of loud and boisterous conduct immy miles from ttrcotuinental ballistic missiles in are lonely and unhappy they afford Eose of New Train Rams Stalled Auto March Of Sovereignty By Panamanians In Zone ERIK Pa stalled auto was rammed by the New York Central Railroads westbound 20th Inside The Gazette IETKK EDSON Peter Kdson looks forward tu lluiuxl session of his Iorocast on editorial page 4 Road RIDGE Read about the Elders Ridge basketball team Im the campaign on sports pages tj and 7 Other F PANAMA 150 Pansoon as it passed through the violence such as occurred amamans in a March of MVinto the capital Scores of Panj when naiionalist crowds trid to ereignty crossed the amanians out for the countrvs plant the Panamanian fliP in rhl aiiury a nearoy Korin uceably independence day holiday Abou it demons t ASI Friday No one was injured n8 tars oi a dash The leaflets called for were bun in clashes with C The train carrying m sleeping American police and solPanama to denounce rhe 1903 Zone police and U S troop treaty which gave the United A motorcade carrvina mure police ollouvcl the States a lease on the than 150 demonstrators set o u caravan ot 1 buses and 10 autoCanal Zone as it drove across he U S Panamanian rtT into this capital 1he demonNational Guardsmen were held in overnMit from SO strators silently waved Panamanireadiness to meet a possible new to 14 The cars un flags duibreak of aiuiAniericau viobriefly ai one ooitit ad The caravan had driven in iroin kiut Americans were urged lo bv Panun V David in western Panama for this stay away from the rheparenUy1 for aiteraoons big celebration oi tlucapital during the demonstrations to the capital cruuses rii anniversary of PaintTias University students and civic The United independence from Spain Thirty sponsored the priuPanamas nominal passengers dragged the auto about feet Most of the pas seugers were u n a w are of the crash Frank said a came off his auto at a crossing He and a policeman were trying to push the car but backed off v hen the train approached Ice Rink Open could in their families Vantlenberg AFB on the coast uurthwist of Los Angeles is the home ot the Strategic Air Com mands 1st Missile Division Its an operational and training base armed with Thor and Titan missiLs Nearly airmen and civil ians are on the sprawling now more are coming Airmen have complained for months about high rents high priced new houses lack of trailer lack of prospects for the near future The problem has become a crisis Maj Cieu David commanding officer has called a meeting for uext Monday to see what can fat done Page S Col 3 Free Diamond ring vaiue 00 Get free coupons at Rogers Jewelry Nothing to buy Swiss Steak oiBaked Ham dinner at Delhi on Sunday 89x III ivia Ulll Isditurul Micltty I spurtr TV lUdio Tbrjlrr Town Treu WEATHER Accumulatioj of snow to near lorn inches except fur amounts in the east portion Cloudy and colder flni i ua tuiujjlu and Sunday tuniglil 17 lu 21 tar Jriday hut cipal rally in from of the over rhe but exercise all of the ice skating rmk many dropped out Oltice They said it would a the rishts o sovereintv at the J S Mack Communitv CLMI U S and Panamanian otlicials peaceful demonstration designed treaty signed between th two ter said todiiy that the rink will had feared demonstrators might show the United States a conncountrits in I9UJ Pmrtnia re lruublt in a lrV ullttd Ihe r Us ceives a yearly renial from the Mike 4L Ioy is reported ia lair condition tuday folluvviag in juries he received ina in sovereisiiu uud u be open for skating this afternoon and evening time when resentment runs high powers over the i Weather permitting the rmk will in Panama against polc v in I Zone united be open tomorrow also die Canal Zone j President hrnesto de la Guardta The caravan began honivingj Ji endorsed the rally but l I Dance tonile Sat Ux lwrns scattering leaflets u vefrain irompresent f of According to report cu eel to the chest He pital at yysigrday e Katies dance Satyjiday Jet niict what it considers a conditions j Uauce WxE Sal te   

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