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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Youre less likely to get fired with angry words if youre fired With ambition Volume 98 Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family 9ttbfatttt Brrnitm Thirtytwo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday December 9 1959 City EDITION Two Sections I st Qreensburg Bishop Bishop Lamb Succumbs To Heart Attack w The Most Reverend Hugh Louis Lamb bishop of he Greensburg Roman Catholic Diocese died yesterday after noon in Jearnielte Hospital The hosiptal reported Bishop Lamb succumbed to a heart attack He wasv admitted to the hospital last Friday with a mild disorder Indiana County is included in the Greensburg Diocese Bishop Lamb was installed Janu ary 16 1952 as the first bishop of Mhe Greensburg Diocese which was created the year before by Pope Pius XII out of four of the ten counties which comprised the Pittsburgh Diocese Bishop bamb was a native of Modenu Pa He studied at St Charles Seminary at Overbrook North American College in Rome and took postgraduate work at Catholic University in Washington He was ordained in 1915 and was assigned as assistant pastor of the Church of Annunciation of the Bcsstd Virgin Mary in Philadel phia In 1921 he was named secretary to His Eminence Dennis Cardinal Dougherty archbishop of Philadel phia and in 1936 he was conse crated titular bishop of Hclos and bishop to His Eminence C Seven AFGHANISTAN IHH jMBK NDIA GIVE KE TUMULTUOUS HELLOS ardinal Dougherty When he was named bishop of the Greensburg diocese by Pope lie was vicar general of the Philadelphia Archdiocese and rec tor of the parish of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Philadel phia Several days after his appoint ment to the new diocese His Emi nence Dennis Cardinal Dougherty iled and Bishop Lamb served as pdministrator of the Philadelphia A A I See until the installation of Arch VV Mil bishop John F OHara as head of the archdiocese in January 1952 Bishop Lamb solemnly en See Pafce 8 Col 7 BISHOP HUGH LAMB dies of heart attack USW Happy g Ml Court Denies Court Sales Stay WASHINGTON Steel1 workers Union boasted today about a new labor agreement in the can manufacturing industry and moved on to aluminum in hopes a settlement there would Brief Stop In Afghan By JOHN SCALl KABUL Afghanistan AP confetti throwing crowds cheered President jenhower today during his brief stop in this capital of Afghanistan only 200 miles from the Soviet border The President stopped over in Kabul on a ilight from Pakistan on the fourth of his three continent tour He vpent almost six hours in this mountsin kingdom before taking off Ior i India Before leaving he told the Af ghans whose government has been trying to stay neutral be tween East and West blocs that true friendship and mutual re sponsibility have become pssen tial among nations King Zahir who is under mounting Soviet influence as a result of Soviet aid greeted the President warmly in near freezing weather at the Soviet built airport 30 miles outside the milehigh capital Cheering applauding throngs surged to withiti a foot of the Presidents limousine as it passed along a Sovietbuilt highway to the capital and almost slowed the motorcade to T walk Children waving small Ameri can flags repeated cries See 8 Col 6 They Say He Has An Enormous Herd In America f Greeted By Huge Joyous Throng At New Delhi By WATSON SIMS I NEW DELHI India hysterically joyous throne numbering more than a terrifyingly out ot about President Eisenhower tonight as jiode for this capital of India I Proclaimed in a huge manner as The Prince of Peace line President was caught tight in an awesome crush of I screaming almost worshipful humanity It was the grsratest welcome iBadshah jlhts capital evu has given 9 for Some tossed flowers Most just eign visitor that accordshrieked their approval for a man led Nikita Khruhchev of the Solrom tlie otnr of the world viet Union four years White Hous8 James C Hagerty himself somewhat over had been Mld he had lumulluciisly m both Pakistan like it Nor had news Afghanistan jiit this was one for men who have followed Eisenhow the history hooky Waving Pubic appearances since his smiling on the snailpaced election campaign trip from the aiiport he seemed Hagert sad was evident the times bewilckred by the sheer fmlian out of their iiiassiveiiess of the Welcome wav lo sncnv tlleir ove for Fistn The trip into Hie city took and were making hours Hundreds of police weremost earnes1 attempts to be sure amable to kwjp hack the surgingtliat lhe President knew they loved crowds that stopped the motorhini cade a number of times j A wa New Delhi Some screamed out j 8 Col 1 Desperadoes Break Into help pressure steel labor peace T II David J McDonald the unions president said new bargaining talks start today in Chicago with MEMPHIS Tern AP Four major aluminum manufacturers desperadoes who said they had diction an appeal to stay he hops to join the sesescaped from a North Carolina sions there early next week prison broke into a home Ansley Resigns Post As Borough Secretary Barnesboro Lady i Slain Early Today PHILADELPHIA AP The U S Circuit Court of Appeals to day dismissed for want of juris Give Private Hearing To reached Tuesday today tied a couple on their ment of the Sunday sales blue laws in Lehigh County v vm uiua The ruling bv Chiefjudge Her American and Continental and terrorized them with bert Goodrichof the 3rd CircuitCan ot the na Move and Ill cut you from Wourt was made without further tlons larRest stec consumers here to said one of the I WASHINGTON AP comment calls for wagebenefit gains valued men as he drew a knife across Investigators today granted Bos A Blair Ansley Indiana Bor Atty Harold Kohn representing at 30 cents an hour over a tnreethe forehead of Clarence Worthton industrialist Bernard Secretary for the past U fines iequest to testify before years last night resigned his BARNESBORO Pa AP A 39yearold woman estranged from her husband was shot lo death early today in the nearby sniall mining community of West Branch She was Mrs Kathryn Giosso a native of Waynesboro Pa Joseph W Vitzen surrendered to the A Blair Ansley Indiana Borough Secretary for the past ln tne shooting He was held on an open charge of 12 years last night resigned his post effective Jan 1 I960 murder Ansley who resides at 535 Washington submitted Police Chief J Dean Whiled of his resignation at the regular monthly meeting of borough Barnesboro said he received a call lhe Community Center Building Vjten about 2 m and cants for the job may apply with Borough Manager George House Shea in tlle Municipal Building on North Seventh St In Borough Two Guys from Harrison Inc a year am 53 discount chain doing business in U includes Provision for wage Wortham old police one o the i oiiioh rnuntv h boosts of cents an hour in men hold him his uhiln Lehigh County said he would take an hour in men held him his bed while each of the three contract other raped his wife also frl another She is a them in private They said he Post Affective Jan I IflliO would be questioned extensively Ansley who reskies at MS Wash on alleged mismanagement of one ington Street submitted his of his companies nation at the regular monthly Goldfine came back befovn the meetillS borough council in the an appeal to the U S Supreme Court lThc can averaged in Judge Goodrichs decision cameper nour overtime injgrandmother aoiit 15 minutes after he j September Worthams guard said he was A leant re to iiuianuiia al Tuesileged borrowing from the to lind a for Prison near1 Port Development Co a real for the job may is a days tate holding wliieh wiln Borough Managei Council accepted the resignation with regrets and im mediately took steps to find a replacement for him Come and get me Ivt just committed a Several hours after the io n V au Crvster 39 of DuBois re JlState Trooper Albert Ptadt said majns contUtion denied the shooting and dein the Indiana Hospital with in manded to be released juries he received last night when The shooting occurred at Vitlne staton wagon he was operat home Mrs Giosso was crashed lhe Harold Simp the neck with a rifle while sitson Building nn ii i v i iyj i 11 IV 1 oaiu 111 committee as a result of a omullt Building heard arguments by Kohn and by1 A fcature of lhe settlement one of the leading police to i wrangle over his refusal last year Council accepted the resignation Harry Rubin a special deputy for fult hospital surgical believe the men were among theto answer 18 questions about alWllh resrets and immediately took state attorney general benefit coverage paid for by criminals win esrnrwH to find a for Kohn had asked the restraining lo continue for workers day from Ivy Bluff pending an appeal to the after they retire Retirement beYanceyville It order pending an appeal to the Supreme Court on one phase of the Blue Laws and a ruling by the Circuit Court on another phase The decision removed the last obstacle to enforcement of the laws against Two Guys this Sun Kohn can get a stay from the Supreme Court before nefits also were raised It is believed this is the first Set 8 Col 3 drive from Memphis Wortham and his wife days tate holding company which wiln controlled hut riirt mil mun nm were prisoners for wo hours while the men their mnlest dwelling in a resi dential neighixrhood There it a church nearby HARR1SBURG Worlham the men cume in Hike Okayed irom me supreme court before pT 7 wurtnam suu me men cume in then This was considered Stevens Trade through an ojxn door at 1 If ty Sduwl Lancaster County will aivoke when one of controlled but did not own out right je Shea in the Municipal Building on North Seventh St Ansley in submitting his resig i i rlll Jiv V 111 was ot I have served uii tempt ot Lon8iess tor to to councilmeni one borou h answer the questions He was ma and one en a suspended semence ot a year to say h in jail and W10 and ordered me wel to answer he t the as secretarv and thank receive an House Lrgiskuiw Oversight utv hl Rj d d j 111 c i n 11 immediate wage 8 Col J eous manner in which they treat Allstate bulk crease of a vuar rLf JLi it i i i ed me gal Batteries UV 12 Mo guar i was Povicled in a s H Green Stamps will U a The time has come for me lo ex Sears Roebuck Co measure signet into hw Tuesday every Purchase RWr jfwolrv imucler he House rul by Gov Lawrence b Vldlll8 when in the corner of S ting in a living room chair policeNinth and Streets said Indiana Borough Police said Mrs Giusso was the mother 0fiCrytser was north on a ISyearold sim and a daughter Oakland skidded through iious inarriaje She church St intersection and by a previous marriage She for into the corner of the Simpson lllxR Little Hope For Crew of Winter Gale In North Sea Overturns Norwegian Ship is reason to believe may defame or incriminate retire and my wife and 1 plan lo leave for Florida shortly after the first of the he said In other action council approved the appointment of Robert Bud lhe commute most tho Baird Jr ndjana insurance morning m executive session Illdianu parki cussing Goldtmes request Authority Leonard Ab Phe once talkative Guldline rains who was as a coun whose accounts or and in the ra elmion in resulted in the 8nd who wil assume nation of assistant nis seat when the Sherman Adams ignond newsonmdl on 4 men s questions as he went into 8 Col 4 the committee oum He ws LONDON gules in Oslofjord found a lifecra hut tow the North Sea overturned J Norwith no one board Amateur ra Norways io frequencies freighter today and little dio operators said they heard aiiwere jammed v ish distress hope was held hu any ot 20 other ship Ing 10 bodies and rescue operations all HK raging for found over the Norih the fifth day the Atlantic The Rescue The Ionian along the coasts of hasiService said however i had kur was and was ore as h compunied by seicrul in cluding Bennett Williams o WashingKM and P Sears o Boston jiul bv his seen1 Why Wait Until Later u Ue i 1 uken a dead 01 miss three planes earching lor sunk other htebou men oil ii net h c i mi was lound Ott the Scottish coast HU r s sa d ee s f fr j floating bottom up off the south iTii coast of alter she ra dioed for help Her last call for help said the m w was taking to lifeboats The Oslo motorship Buffalo Wound two overturned lifeboat und six bodies 1iie Noiwegiau liner ici r i i st Noi consu eraimn is crew members ot the The 7 lightship were b 700ton Norwegian fn Air Force helit ijpters Royal1 er Crete Solheim with nine men on her also at Aale whether the the Securties more dirr mure ui An entue crew of eight sund was drowned Monday Right in tf lost fort to reach In drifting lifhll The salvage ship and a tn0 and lighthouse Slavator was standing by thi ol a register dominant sioil when ie exploitction company by lender were unable to take her SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS A ANSLKY resigns boro job Bloom Weds Ed Martins Secretary PHILADELPHIA Repub lican State iluic man Geurm I Bloom was maniid here Tursday nifiln Bloom til inanied Mrs I m Ha M Boeschen of Washington The bride secrelmv to furmer Sen Ivluard Marrn is Blncim Miutins chief during mou oi Marlins 2 veais as senaor The couple aUn served im Mar PIIS slaft whiie he was governor It is Blooiti Mrs HiKs lii Iliane Hawkiii ville merly resided in Akron Whited said and the woman bulwn8 apparently quarreled about a re Pohce estimated damage to conciliation with her husband nck buikJinS ac about and to the station wagon The impact cracked moved a por Reaches iliou of thi 11 n i A i i I Crytstr now resides at 130 N 1 jKeCOrd AltltUde Fifth received in juries of the ctifsi nose and upper i Conn lip Haspital ofiicials are waiting j helicopter piloted by an Air Force lor the results of Xrays to dfi captain today established an un termine his exact condition official world altitude record for The accident occurred at its class by climbing to The Kaman H43B crash rescue turbinepowered helicopter VYilllC reached the height 80 minutes HARRISBURG AP White alter takeolf trom the companys stripes wil be inted w the grounds here ed of amj foup4M It is noi the highest altitude state highwavs under a law reached by any he copter howTuesdav by GOV Uwrence ever A French turbine powered Alouette helicopter has reached a CoralGraceton Fire Co party height of feet oite Wed tfx Inside The Gazette HAL BOYLK OldKashioiied Ctiristrnases are recalled by Hal Bovlt in column on editorial ijnge 6 BASKKTBALL Head the of district taking last HijShl on jages 24 and iift first Ints a bntther lesiding in Mead Other in in 8 Iol i Flagles Tarty every Thursday Hawkins said h sisiej brotlui in la makiii1 a brief wedding iio lo be feturuing tu Hurrisburg oiuUK WEATHEB FOKECAST and warmer today Jtct Thin Low tonight 2i lo 24 ai I M   

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