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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                31 TEDDY Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family After all is said and done there Are a lot more who would much father say than do x Volume 99 Thirtytwo Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday December 10 1959 Sections IKE ADDRESSES INDIA PARLIAMENT Gazette Newsboy Struck By Car Listed As Critical John Lopacinski Suffered Multiple Injuries In Mishap 1 On Rt 119 North of Indiana An Indiana Evening Gazette newsboy is in critical condition today in the Indiana Hospital with injuries he re ceived yesterday when he was struck by a car as he was delivering his papers Injured is John Lopacinski 13 Indiana R D 3 son of Edward Lopacinski I Hospital officials report the newsboy suffered a possible racture of the head a possible fracture of the pelvis a pos sible fracture of the right leg internal injuries and abrasions and contusions of the body contusions of the body I O TT ITil Ci Pfl W 1e niJllred has been de livering the Indiana Evening Ga since last January i State Police from the Indiana In I A I a n f4 substation report the youth was Indiana Stores Open Tonight Indiana stores will be open this evening until to provide better shopping service to yuletlde shoppers Stores will also be open until tomorrow and Satur day evenings These extra shop ping hours are traditionally pro vided each year for shoppers in Indiana Beginning next Thursday Dec stores will remain open until every night until Wed nesday Dec 23 On Dec 24 stores will close at struck by a car while riding his bicycle on Route 119 about a half WASHINGTON Demile north of Indiana fense Department announced to According the day that a I U S Army troops Lopadnski WM hu a Wn i atttd bX Rev Father George Gre o Jr assjslam ss u and Methodius CathoHc c Some U S lorce and Navy men remain Ihe torce to be pulled out conQnirch jn Windbcri Father Gre ot an Army battalion combat address S F team of about men Ihe Army troops will be deployed during the first of 19GU re six Johnstown said Rev trave1 Irs soutl1 on Route H9 swerved his Army units stationed in the car a unsuccessful attempt to United States will continue to avoid the outh on the bi maintain their capability for imcvclc and struck a car coming in mediate deployment to Iceland direction operated by case of the headEllKene Burkett of Coolsprings quarters said Jelferson County These emergency troops would ne bicycle was demolished by DP from the Strategic Army the crash Damage to the two Corpsunits of the 82nd and 101st automobiles totaled Airborne divisions from Ft Bragg lhe youth is an eighth N and Ft Campbell and Sraclc at the Indiana Joint 1W the 4th Infantry Division Ft School Lewis Wash An Army spokesman said troops could be rushed to Iceland within matter of hours if necessary I I The Army said the transfer is IricllCTPd part of the normal redistribution of forces and has been under consideration for years A spokesman said the withdraw al will have no effect on United YORK Vincent J Slates commitments to the North Velella 45 a New York lawyer Treaty Organization and head of a fight promotional Since 1951 troops have been today was indicted by a New SetTo 4 Col 4 York County grand jury on a two count charge of perjury I I I I I Velella head of Rosensohn En U OD teaprises was to have been a front for Anthony Tony Salernoan world figure and exconvict in the promotion of the heavyweight titlc liKriU bltween Swedens Inge mar Johansson and Floyd Patter Perjury Case WASHINGTON Kmploy son at Yankee Stadium last June res in n any Ohio industrial areas assuming no new steel lhe talk optimistically about business Yoik hletc prospects Some even anticipate nvttIBated aNied labor shortages m the ot th fght won A Labor Dept survev showed on a thirdround today that onlv one area in Ohio technical PortsmouthChillicothehas y lhe employment regarded as 1Rosensohn f tjal holds a contract tor a return t PattersonJohansson fight On the other hand he Depart men savs these big Ohio cities heth a Ie8es ha have slight unemployment la tes lhed falsdy Akron Canton Cincinnati lhf Cleveland Columbus Dayton T T llamiltonMiddletown 1U when llu r i J grand jury na Toledo and A possible exception is Wheel ing W DV AutO This area does have substantial J unemployment but the survey is PITTSBURGH AP An auto specific whether the situation today killed John Bracken 72 of Wprevails both in Ohio and Wesi Dravosburg in nearby West Mif Virginia flin Inside The Gazette ALLCOUNTY FOOTBALL Sec the AllCounty Football seleetitms ami other sports vn payes 22 and 23 OliEW IKAUSON Diew Pearson says of passive resislanee to China is gieul disappointment lo Nuhru See page U JOHN LOPACINSKI in critical condition Bob Hope NBC Differ On TV Skit HOLLYWOOD NBC pull some of the plugs out of Bob Hopes TV skit Tune in Friday night But you wont learn the answer A row over Hopes sketch with Ernie Kovacs developed Wednes day NBC and the comedian have different versions of the outcome But one things fairly certain Hopes viewing audience probably will be larger because of the fuss The comedian says NBC tried to eliminate a payola skit from his Friday night show The network denies this It says it simply eliminated a few gag references to commercial lines Hope de nies this He says the filmed sketch was shdt as originally planned Payola for the uninitiated is show business slang for bribing disc jockeys to play certain rec ords In Hopes skit Kovacs plays a senator investigating Hope Tht latter portrays a low salaried disc jockey who owns a man Payola of station KLIP Was it necessary to use product names in identifying payola gifts received by disc Thats a hard thing lo ex Hope replied But you have to use them to get the point In the he sais KovaVs finally pounds his gavel on the desk picks up this watch and suys My Timex is still Hope said NBC went to every body on the show and tried to get the payola spot off They put the pressure on the producer and everybody else to get if off They went through the sponsors agen the sponsor okayed it They have backed down Hal Kemp an NBC program director denied the network tried to delete the skit It was just that there were more plugs than were good for tin he said Our general po licy always has been that if there are plugs unrelated to any comedy incident we want them US W Asks For Interim Agreement j WASHINGTON AP r The1 Steelworkers Union the in duflry today to make strike settle ment terms retroactive and to pay before Christmas a cost of living wage increase expected Jan I An interim agreement to that effect now would contribute to the collective bargaining climate the final President David J McDonald said in a let ter to heads of the various com panies v He made the letter public as union and company negotiators were summoned to another joint afternoon meeting with federal mediators There was no immediate com mem from industry sources McDonald asked that whatever settlement terms are agreed to be made retroactive to Nov 7 when a TattHartley law injunction sent See 4 Col 3 Says Strong USA Ready To Aid All Friends In Need NKVV DELHI India AP President Eisenhower re minded India today that weakness in anus invites aggression and said a si rung United States is ready to come to the aid ul its friends He told the Indian Parliament the United States is com mitted to a search lor genuine disarmament but is maintain ing strong lorces against aggression They erve not only for ourselves but our friends and allies who like us have perceived this danger They S9 serve for defense purposes he said UK CAN TALK Thompson 11 lets go with a loud yell and nurse Betty Kidci pretends the noise is too much for her ears when the boy was released fnuii Childrens Me morial Hospital m Chicago Tommy was speechless for four months while doctors worked to rebuild his larnyx Tommy and his playmates found a live grenade while playing in his home town of Beach Grove Ind The grenade exploded killing two of his playmates and injuring four others He is now regaining his ability to speak iAP Wirephoku 13 Of N Carolinas Worst Reca ptured IVY BLUFF N C of North Carolinas toughest convicts who staged a nervy escape Tuesday and took an arsenal of weapons with them were behind bars today All surrendered without resistance But seven others were at large and presumed carrying 11 weapons including a submachine gun The members of Parliament ap plauded frequently But there was not a sound when the President spoke of the fruits of weakness With the threats of Red China in mind it was possible they were shaken by his remarks Nor was there any audible re action when the President made clear American determination to provide adequate forces to resist aggression though it seemed plain hiwas referring to India from Red China Eisenhower spoke to a joint meeting of the Indian Parliament which for weeks has been discus sing what attitude India should take toward China This week it upheld Prime Minister Nehrus policy which is a goslow alfi tute of firmness prepardness There were 17 interruptions for applause bill some were mere rip ph Ike Begins Most Vital India Talks India peacemaker en NKW DEUlf role as a world hanced by landslide ovations and his heavy psychological impact on free Asia President Eisenhower today began what probably are the most important talks of his tour The American President and Indian Prime Minister Nehru had much to talk about All of it was vastly important not only to India but also to the future course of fhe Communistfree world compe At the the applause and titio in Uie uneasily stirring con desk thumping lasted only 20 lmeiu of Asia seconds Communist China undoubtedly Eisenhower got his biggest hand was at the top of the agenda as when his voice rising strongly he lhe leader of the free world and declared the leader of Asias neutrals In the name of humanity can talked we not join in a 5year or 50 China is no at the harshest year plan against misfrust and and perhaps jive See 4 Col 1 Arrest In Illegal Jail Sales Many New Smear Test Given For Cancer NEW YORK AP A new smear test said to be highly ef fective in early detection of mouth cancer was explained to dentists today The test was described at the 35th annual Greater New York dtntal meeting by Dr Henry C Sandier chief of dental service at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Brooklyn He said the test had wvirked well at the hospital over a three year trial period Dr Sandier said the technique known as exfoliative cytology is simple safe and painless and can be done by any family dentist It consists basically of taking a scraping or smear and subjecting ii to microscopic examination Sandier said the test is not a sub stitute for biopsy examination of a piece of suspected tissue but j sometimes reveals the presence ol cancer when a biopsy is nega ihe Twelve surrendered in Virginia aivJ Ohio after hardly 4K hours of prisoner was re taken near Ivy Bluff the day of the breakout from the maximum security prison here The FBI said the captures yielded two rifles and four revolv ers of the 17 weapons taken from Ivv Bluff A huge manhunt focused on an llf9 Indiana Evening Ga AllCounty high school foot jarea 20 miles west of Roanoke ball team is out today This years where several of the escapsclliatl boasts a 12man lineup as ees were believed surrounded The lhe result of balloting for FBI said Charles W Stewart one lhe ackfield positions of the desperate ringleaders in Tllt AllStars have a five the daring breakout might be in rnan bnckfield Indiana and the pocketed group came out best in the the The came out best in the vot Local officers and the FBI iu with tour players each on the corralled eight of the original 20 lirst uam in ville N C egro serving See 12 EscapeesPage 4 Col squad was select Virginia etl by a canvass of Indiana Coun Robert Lee Council iO Fayelte gridiron coaches N C Negro serving 025 six ot lhl county schools lhal or 12 coaches cast ballots in ihe an iiuul poll Russ Slahik 1amar High School end was named Lineman lhe Stabile was the only unanimous first team choice NEW YORK AP The subof all the voters marinefired missile will be oper Indiana Highs juiior fullback ational within a year says the Jim Nance won the Hack of the Navys Polaris chief Rear Adm Year title without vmuch trouble W F Raborn either The 210pound griddet won Raborn told a Naval Reserve the starting team berth on II of the meeting Wednesday night that ac12 votes tual operation will go into effect A complete rundown of the team moje than two years sooner including pictures and statistics than we had originally expectis featured on sports pages 22 and c in todavs I India Ogives China Note On Air Space NEW DELHI India AP Walter Williams Said Critical HOUSTON Tex W Williams last surviving veter an of the Civil War was in criti cal condition today It was the first time the 117 yearold Confederate veterans doctor has used the word critical His heart rate is up aivl ir the doctor said His lever is coming down but fluctu ates It looks Williams has been in an oxygen lent since Sunday when he was stricken with pneumonia a fourth time since June Help From Glasgows Lord Mclaughlins Pick Moire As New Daughters Name of her tight to develop regimented Comtjiunist of this likely to a j maker to neighbors struggling against odds U theinselvw i up from poverty and misery I Chinas aggressive gestures fa South Asia have radically changed j the international political climate ATLANTA da AP Two of the continent The former federal employes and a has redounded to the lid group of inmates at the Atlanta of the linked States and Federal Penitentiary have been Eisenhower is reaping the benefit indicted on chargesof conspiring f Peipings belligerence to transport illegal items in and Despite Nehrus protestations out of the prison that India will meet the Chinese Warden Fred Wilkinson said no threat alone it seems more than narcotics were involved and so likely now that should Peipings far as he knows there is no narthreat become more dangerous colic ring operating within the 4 Col i huge prison However he said one of thejl cases involves nasal inhalatorsj containing a stimulant which thei prisoners take making them a little The conspiracy indictments named Arthur Bernard Quinn and Floyd Don Case both of Atlanta j lonnerly employed by the U Department of Health as medical Deputy Foreign Minister Lakshmi technical assistants in the prison Menon told Parliament today In Quinn was indicted on three dia has asked Peiping to take counts of trafficking in the inhalimmediate steps to prevent viola ators and whisky of Indian air space in the Case was charged will ing a letter for inmates 10 a forMrs Menon said Indias note nier prisoner who was involved in was given the Rid Chinese Em a conspiracy with then to pick bassy Saturday following reports up in counterfeii money Of air violations over the north hidden at YpsiLnui Mich eust frontier parts of which Chi Also named were Richard na claims She said the planes Adkins and Marvin R Swafford came from the direction of Tibet slill inmates and Clifford D but that she did not know how Hicks who had been released Admany air violations occurred since kins and Swafford allegedly conMarch lucied a person not named or inAnswering demands for more dieted and requested thai he go serious uctiun than protests to YpMkmii after his release pick against Chinese treatment of 10 up the counierfeii bills and send Indian policemen in Ladakh to ihe two innuiies Oct 21 and subsequently released Mrs Menon suid India would de cide what lo do after getting the facts from the police partys lead er Karain Singh She said Harare Singh is undergoing hospital real mem tor serious India protested to Peipiiu against treatment of the police men but the Chinese categorical ly rejected our protest and said their treatment was generous iflf she 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