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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Maybe we should tolerate the bore At least he doesnt talk about other people Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Volume 90 Sixteen Page Indiana Pennsylvania Monday November 30 1959 Sections City EDITION Seven Cwrtt SOVIET UNITS TO STAY IN HUNGARY County Escapes Brunt Of Heavy Snow Highways Slippery In Area Indiana County apparently Scaped the brunt of the snow that fell on portions of Western Pennsylvania dur ing the weekend Although other areas re ceived more snow than this district county highways and borough streets were pery and hazardous through out most of the weekend Pennsylvania Deartruent o f highway crews and township crews salted arid cindered irea roads beginning Saturday to reduce the driving hazard created by the ice that formed in subfreezing tempeatures following a light snow fall Below freezing temperatures j continued to prevail throughout Pennsylvania today although aj warming trend is promised by thej Highways are now reported dear throughout this district At last five persons were klled on slippery western Pennsylvania highways over the weekend Icy spots on the Pennsylvania Turnpike contributed to a massive traffic jam that backed up vehi cles from 7 to 20 miles at the Allegheny nnd Laurel both near Somerset The lieupi about 14 hours until 3 n Mondny On oil lei and4 rural roads in the western section sli1 pery conditions forced motorists to drive at a snaillike pace Roads were reported icy in spots j but free of snow in the areas of Grcensburg Pittsburgh Erie Somerset and Meadville State po lice reported however that most of the roads were well cindered Worst Jam On Penna Turnpike As Long As Vital To International Situation Kadar OutofState Hunters Jailed Two hunters from the state of Indiana were picked up in Indiana County at 4 today and lodged in the Indiana County Jail on a charge of transporting parts of a deer taken in closed season t Apprehended were Thomas E in the history of the the to Soviet soldiers still in Hungary He Dudley 37 Borden 1 Indisylvania Turnpike was brokis expected to address the congress Tuesday ana and Elmer Leo Hurst 38 en up early today permitting Kadar Hungarian party Borden 2 Indiana holiday travelers a speedier declared Soviet troops remain in home Hungary because of the worlds For about 14 to settle international i By ANTHONY PEARCE BUDAPEST Hungary Kadar told the opening session of his Communist party congress today that Soviet troops will remain in Hungary as long as this required by the international Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was an interested SOMERSET listener Western sources here had speculated Khrushchev One of the worst traffic jams might use this visit to announce withdrawal of all or part C 1 f i r A it Tt jail by local game protectors It is reported the deer was shot oose hunter Vama outofstate hunters at t vesues He said the government ad toll mutual withdrawal of for bun eign troopsan obvious refer once vehicles Living Room Vanishes In Bay Westbound traffic at one time to forces in Europe Kadar accused the Umed 11 ll DDOrt I KG r T if JM I xviiw rset Easthound i moved freelv ATLANTIC BEACH Cliairman J William Fulbright DArk of the Senate Foreign Re vehicles conducting a campaign of slander I Sessional leaders of both parties by renewing debate in the Unitedpledged unanimous today Traffic was backed up as much Nations on the Hungarian to President Eisenhower on hi as seven miles on the western enHe also asserted the United States forthcominp trance of Laurel Tunnel about 10 had drafted into the army tming tOU1 tree world na miles west of Somerset Hungarians who took refuge in llons Many vehicles ran out of gas America after Soviet rinks strange noise awakened Nat Others pulled off the road with crushed the uprising of 1956 Wynn Sunday He yawned slippedj mechanical troubles There were Nevertheless Hungary wishes Commttee said Democrat on his slippers trotted major accidents just a fewresume normal relations with the leaders wno breakfasted with ond found his living room had police said United Statesand is ready to a gave their ap ished Police blamed the pileup mainto any lengths in that to Eisenhowers forthcom Where the living room used to V the two lanes passing Kadar said The United States excursiltn m personal diplo be there now was walltowall through both mileibeen represented in Budapest ocean water long Laurel and the milelong by a charge daffaires since the said he suggested to Wynn back upstairs told Allegheny A fourlane highway 1956 revolution nisennower that this is a very i propitious time to bring about a difficulties in his wife Edith that the living in and out of the tunnels that Hungary is room was gone She yawned ind Traffic on the turnpike was the front line fighting against n p asked where he thought it might there were no localism and Kat Ei have gone He said he didnt know llke the ones at the two tunnels dar launched into a discussion visit both coun he called police to report ai daughter Marjorie in Hungarys economic situation and WKECKAGE OF BALLOON crow began removing the recording instrunuMits of the gondola that ascended to 13 miles over Nebraska early Sunday while Cmdr Malcolm Ross and Dr Charles B Moore took a closer look at the planet Venus through a special telescope Ross was injured in the landing in a Kansas field in which the gondola was carried across a road behind its parachute Ross and Dr Moore were evacuated by helicopter to Schilling Air Force Base Wynn gated Also vanished a 60foot ll i strip of the Wynn lawn the den fllT a dock and cabana Atlantic Beach is on the west1 WHEELING New Chicago school Fireproof CHICAGO there ever was a fireproof building this is A workman made that comment to a reporter as they stood near I6wa street Tliey looked at a sturdy steel First County Hunting Death Is Heart Victim countys first hunting death was rded about 9 a in today when an Indiana R D 3 man v i i ed while dragging a deer from a wooded section Western diplomatic sources expected a Khrushchev announcej House Speaker Sam Rayburn1 ment ol some sort of Soviet troop DTexf errferged from the biVk withdrawal for two reasons First last with the that the ii would fit in with his current President is undertaking a atreiK peaceful coexistence campsgn uous piece of business D W AP and second Kadars regime ap Evervbodv feels like if nnf Long Beach an sand than 100 prostitutes Open paremly no longer needs the 1mits in Queens Long Beach underworld i separated from the mainland byi Churchgoers here were told by Jn TA I Reynolds Channel which is where their Sunday that theseilK6 e11 j Wynn s living room had gone j are conclitions to be jn their Wynn and the police spotted Special sermons on vi don B Johnson of Texas said that Eisenhower will take with him understanding our prayers and our hopesfor a successful iJSTUS S to Trip Mission This morning I weep over our Johnson said Eisenhower indi It is Thats what WASHINGTON AP Presicated mdi the Rev Dr J Davis Illincworth denl Eisenhower will go on na Apparently suction from thesaid in hjs scrmon at Mfr tjonwjde television and radio dredging removed early from Church where he Thursday evening to discuss his a sea wallthat separated goodwill mission abroad and such J LJ J I rear of Wynns house from the D lllingworth reported ast domestic problems as the steel J U 006 Plan CIS channel This apparently puled u gfls he strike UfiMtrto i being pumped around to an and concrete skeleton that is ris State Police of the Indiana substation said Murray F ing from the ashes and charred 53 was the victim of an apparent heart attack bricks of the Our Lady of the He collapsed and died within i feet of his home Another Angels school icei 01 nis nome I i The only wood m the new milhunl discovered the body about RlH iondollar threestory building a m UICI A already felled theT J stands like a sentry on the after the UOWR walk on the Iowa Street side symbolizes the determination that there shall be no repetition of the See ZJ COI I iuau UUIXUIK rvuuic nu auu i aiiu US Exchange Accusations To Attackers JohnCoussoule Attack the to hf home when he was stricken with the attack j His property is located along the1 road linking Route 80 and Tano ma Bences Funeral Home dymer is in charge of arrangements By Middies Thev getting very Wynn Md dow j in tomorrows John Coussoule Indiana theater Gazette manager is reported today as resting well in Westmoreland Hospital The local man was admitted to the Greensburg hospital last night PATTON Pa AP about following luck a heart at Sunday wnen an auto NEW DELHI China and the United States accused the other of a kidn in Bombay and Prime Nehru told the Indian Parliament it was today he could not say yet which heat the one was telling the truth mented Nehru said the Chinese ambas invitation sacjor tormally complained to the II i Bowl at jndian government today thatjtXCel I r Amejicans kidnaped members of Charles L Melson the staff of th Ch superintendent made the general in Bombay Fridav after a meeting of y the fiveman executive committee Slales filtd V A of the Naval Academy Saturday accusing the ChineseOlT fv Assn to consider an invitation to and abusing Marine llYjplay Penn State in the postsea Sg Roberl Armstrong of Los Anj LONDON AP Sir Winston son football game 8CleSl United States doctor pronounced his In Philadelphia the Liberty Bowl guarding a Chinese in excellent health today which he headquarters said promoters Budwho had asked for asylum the 85th birthday of one of the was ridine ran off ftotite 19 in Dudley and George Kerrigan were All this sounds more like some worlds most amazing men The attending physician said soancler RmuiBh a n A out of tow and for piece of fiction than Nehru1 The unannouncad appearame of f was well pleased with a utility pole comment told the lower house doctor Lord Moran at Sir he jCoussoules progress The reports of tests were not yet complete to day faces Unlil Lord Moran Inside The Gazette Rock n Roll fans will want to read Hal Boyles column to day concerning the future of their type of music See page 6 OPEN The Big Indian open their basketball season tomorrow night Carnegie Tech See sports pages 10 and 11 Other Features Navy ended its season Saturday The prime minister said BomWinstons London house put Homer City Rifle Club party towith a smashing 4312 victory over bay police are investigating expressions on reporters1 nite 57 Reasons 90x Army The bowl invitation was exi Kidnaping of a foreign national tended immediately afterward aMls ciearly outside the tfllictioo of though the Middies wound up with a consulate he added a soso 541 record BothPage 2 Col 1 f i lllKllt liUH U There i race My he The comoanv sent oile that at least thrce big minutes starting at Inv ine area ing companv sent pne were ninnjng vice in wheeling mediately after the talk he will Wvnn nreS2nUtPo a Bronx Sthat some of the more than to Andrews Air Force base in ERIE Pa wynn prusiuemoi a oroiix ftarn ds hj h as nparby Maryland and depart on County white youths who attacked a week and that gambling is wide a tour to 11 nations four Negroes after an argument I open in Europe Asia and Africa al a drivein restaurant near here j Mr lllingworth told of Gam The Presidents TVradio theme ast Sept 14 were sentenced to 6 hard to being carried on openly in will be twofold press secretary tor3 months in prison today comman Places of police officers James C Hagerty told newsmen also was placed on one a week for taking care Eisenhower will deal first probation after the comple jot their of those officers his Dec 322 trip abroad He will ti0ri the sentences Judge Sam who tried to uphold the law being discuss the strengthening of coute Roberts who said he Was i looked down upon operation among those countries outraged by your unwarranted The ministers did not give in pursuit of their own security also banned the youths names addresses or other details and progress in the attainment of driving an auto during their i in making their charges world peace with probation In addition he fined them apiece ordered them to make restitution by paying med expenses and decreed they must pay all costs of prosecution The sentences were imposed jiipon Julian Perry 20 David C Little 19 and Dennis F Ruggles 120 all of the Waterford Pa area JThe three pleaded guilty to jcharges of assault and malicious mischief Police testified the three white youths argued with four Meadville Negroes at a drivein restaurant Hie Negroes fled in their car The final progress audit report gether at the county level should Hie white youths followed forcin I I I I I Health For Countywide Final UF Audit Report Thursday AUddlu Lump Mirror OUtutrici 3 1415 4 1011 EiiterUl T Nates 13 IMS FOBECAST The bowl venture is a new one in Philadelphia Seword Man Improving SEWARD Merlyn Sewajd 1 man suffering from a selfinflicted gunshot wottd in j the neck remains in critical condition today in the Lee Hospi jUl Johnstown J Hospital officials added now iever that there appeared to be 1 some improvement I He was admitted to the hospi tal lasi Friday See 2 Col 6 Be an Early Bird Of course he didnt send for said the doctor in reply to is scheduled for Thursday for the t j s oiifeforall 1 agencies llte Ne8roes car to the side of the questions I just called to offer i960 Indiana County United Fund iampaign not fi mv congratulations on his birthcampaign Every campaign work e has been alerted to put forth 8oalOne commmmy less than 100 Churchills robust health deevery effort this week to see every from Indiana lust a new in spite his age two major strokes prospect in his file and be pre ciisiry because it did not have a and two bouts of pneumonia pared to give his report to cum good United Fund stated the re amazes everyone except some of paign headquarters by noon Thurs CHICAGO AP Former Gov his closest friends day We in Indiana County have had puss HfiflH Fair and cold tonight Low ui the 20s Tuesday partly cloudy warmer High io the party Tonite Catholic Center 90 SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS People do not yet seem lo real We have been in the field good employment we enjoy the Marine flyer of World War U b that Winston is the greatest about one said chairman better things of lite and are a dav was commissioaer of man to live in the world MI the Jaseph F McMahon Enough prosperous community We can HW American Football last 500 said Lord Ismay time has elapsed for a thorough afford to contribute if we League a military adviser and one of canvas in all six county areas By want the United Fund economical old Foss signed Churchills closest friends next Thursday all of the mines way of financing our social agenthreeyear contract at an Hes a and industries should be Every adequate contribution sum He said thM his A spokesman ai pleted including the firms that represents a vote for this modern enouga to majtM home the former prime minsigned the Chapter Plan agreeuay Lets make it succeed this happy ister would attend a birthday parments which had almost unaniyear It is most important tlut ty with a huge internatioijilly mous organized labor our first County wide United Fund jree Diainuod nag flavcoed cake for about It would be unfortunate for the shall concluded McMaOQ Jet free at 20 pimple at his tonight meinbfi agencies that banded tohon Jeuehy Nuibina w buy   

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