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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Nothing is impossible accord ing to some people They havent met somepeople we know Volume 100 Twenty Pages Indiana December I I 1959 Two Sections City EDITION Seven dnh IKE ASKS WAR ON HUNGER FAMINE 3 Hurt In Rt 80 Crash c Passenger Reported HC i berious CLYMER Indiana residents were admitted to the Indiana Hospital today with f injuries they received in a twocar accident this morning on Route 80 near Clymer i Mrs Ina Clare 34 1165 Oak is reported in serious condition with a possible fractured skull and fractured right shoulder Mrs Margaret K Susser 21 217 N Fifth is fair with an injury to the head and fractured J Freeman Bragg SO 967 Wat er is satisfactory with a Iracturc of his right shoulder It is reported the accident oc curred at oclock this morn a fourlane section of Rt 80 two miles south of Clymer near the crest of Sample Run Hill State Police said the small for eign automobile operated by Mrs Susser and occupied by Mrs Mc WKnight as a passenger went out of control apparently on an icy spot on the highway The report says the car then ran off the highway and overturned on a bank and then skidded on its roof into the path of the ve hicle operated by Brigg State Police from the Indiana substation report the Susser ve hicle was headed north on Route 80 and the Bragg vehicle was go wing south Damage to the Susser car v s rsrimauci at JjliiUU anU to the Brajtg auto At United Fund Nears Goal In County The Indiana County United Fund has moved toward its goal in the past several days and now stands at or 97 percent of the goal To date Indiana Area One has raised of its 000 quota Saltsburg of its goal Marion Center well over its goal and Homer City of its larget Against Scourge Of India RECAiTURED PRISONER CAN STILL GRIN Frank Austin Young 38 Miami adven turer sentenced to 30 years im prisonment in Cuba was cap tured yesterday in a downtown Havana hotel 36 hours after es caping from military detention in Pinar Del Rid Young was one of twenty convicted of participat ing in a military move to over throw the Fidel Castro regime His grin was at newsmens ques tions he wouldnt answer AP Wirephoto Annual Sessions Vote HARRISBURG API Official figures disclosed today voters ap proved annual sessions of the State Legislature by less than 000 closest margin on any statewide issue in the Nov i election The State Elections Bureau re leased the official vote for state wide contests for the supreme and Yesterdays increase was spark ed by the corporate and employee j contributions of the Clearfield luminous Coal Corporation whose employees averaged better than j twelve dollars The employees more than doubled their giving for i The campaign cleanup will said Chairman McMa lion until everyone in the county has had an opportunity to contrib ute The Community Divisions in In diana Homer City and Clymer are still contacting1 prospects since these areas have not yet attained their Top US Court Denies Blue Law Stay By WlLMAiW RYAN NKW DKLHI dent Eisenhower today called upon all nations to wage to gether a noble war hunger and fa mirif the scourges of India and much of this part of the world j The President making three speeches in the course of a ibttsy day continued to be the centtr of almost worshipful masses of people right now possess knowl edge and resources for a success ful worldwide war against hunger sort of war that dignifies and exalts human he declared in opening the dramatic American pavilion at New Delhis World Agricultural Fair In two earlier speeches he 1 Called for an expansion ot the universal recognition of world law as a sound basis of peace 2 Declared summit conferences of the big powers have less endur j ing influence for peace than ex changes of students and people 1 topeople contacts A surging colorful crowd of 1000 Indians jammed the enclosed WASHINGTON government using a dontlield at tlle to hear thc Presi getexcited approach has announced a ban on sales of poul TRAFFIC JAMHundreds of cars backed bumperlnbumpiM jams Pittsburghs Bigelow Blvd yesterday during the morning rush hour into the business district The lane on right lending to the Oakland District is virtually free of traffic AH Photo Government Now Bans Sale Of Some Poultry Outer Space Chute Jump CubahsHold Free British Newsman an of the WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE AP Capt Joe Kiltinger 31 today made his sec ond parachute jump from the edge seizing of outer space aiding He stepped out of a balloon gon dola at feet over this south ern New Mexico missile range and fell nearly 10 miles in free fall before his chute opened at superior courts and en three goals Likewise there art posed amendments to the state several mines in these areas to constitution make reports We are hopeful that Thj vote on the annual sessions generous support by those who in Another amendment previous independent c a m approved will allow voters who paigns gave to the Scouts the away within 60 days before Blind Association and Red Cross an election to cast a ballot at their old polling vote A defeated amendment would eerned in recent reports by the junction was made by have authorized school districts ro employees of Westinghouse MelTwo Gus lrom Harrison Inc a HAVANA Castros increase the ceiling on their pres als Plant Colonial Motors discount chain with a store near regime today arrested but later ent borrowing limits Voters Uncle Bills Amusement CoAllentown Pa released a British newsman Still turned it down by a vote of ca Cola Bottling Co of Indiana The request submitted to Jus First National Bank of Saltsburg tice Brennan was submitted by Michael 1 liagen of Jackson Public School of Salts County Democrat Our8 Saltsburg loint High School WASHINGTON Su preme Court today refused to stay enforcement of Pennsylvanias will put the I960 United Fund over Sunday Sales Blue Laws in Lehigh the top County Pa Good Citizen Awards have been I6 request for a stay or an in held was reporter on ames Miami charges that Buchan Lackawanna he try fattened with a hormone called diethylstilbestol or stil nations critical food shortages Its use m aliening poultry is being discontinued and Crowds mimbering hundreds ot birds already grown with us use are being voluntarily taken thousands lined the route to the oil the market U was announced fair grounds cheertnfe Eisenhow 1 i Bui with last months cranberry01 as nt passed bywith Indian NCWSDOV sti ecnoing officials gave President PraHEul ii 7 these added assurances to hurswdYawn x under ScriOUS uivts antl poultry j As the ceremonies ended the John Lopacinski Gazette news If you have a chicken in the was and colored lights hoy seriously injured Wednesday refrigerator feel safe to listit if night when struck by a cur while the skin liver and kidneys are counsel lor delivering his papers is reported discarded No residue of the syni us today ilutic hormone has been found in The youth son of white or dark meat ward Indiana 3 Secretary of Welfare Arthur S was termed critical yesterday Flemming told a nwvs conference by hospital officials Thursday him to the full court at its regular The accident occurred WednesKram Friday closed conference About day evening on Route 119 just norih of a the r i ii c He said manufactur was defeated Judge Blair F Gumher and Clearfield Mines Breakdown half an hour alter the conference of Indiana Youpg Lopacinski was ers of stilbestrol for use in poultry Frank Austin Young an of the State Superior Court corporate and employer giving began the denial was announced riding his bicycle at the lime of to in the Supreme in mines will reveal otli The courts announcement slatiheaccident American sentenced by a military 487 Court contest In the balloting for a State Su Court post Judge Harry er award winners R W Barr Blairsville chair man Stewart Rolvnson Saltsburg ed have agreed to suspend immediately The on the stand gave a bril See 7 Col 4 Car Smashes Into House KillingTwo its sale MIAMI auto cat voluntary pro Iti he made a leap of 1 Nov feet Kittinger was in after his latest jump Force said court The British correspondent is Ian IT cnn Aitken representing Lord Beaver i j c newspapers He was Montgomery of Allegheny County Area chairman and Clare Steele tion presented to Justice Brennan Democrat defeated Rep Albert Chairman of the Marion Center and by him presented to the court W Johnson House Republican Area reported to Chairman McMa floor leader to lapulted from a highway before newspapers seized after returning from an in vestigation of Youngs escape from jail in Pinar del Rio ood conditions J the Air he had been asked virtually nothing about Young but had been asked 1 he tumps are being carried out 1 K h if he knew a man named Buck His questioners apparently by Holloman Air Force Missile Development Center to see what goes on inside a mans mind and body when he has to jump from the edge of space Temperatures encountered today were 87 degrees below zero In his first jump it was as cold as 114 below lion how pleased they were with the general acceptance of the United way in their respective areas Each of these areas ex ceeded their individual quotas The combined quotas were ami LEWISBURG Pa AP Paul Hie total giving amounted to C Mellott of Needmore Fulton for 12S per cent who arrested Buchanan County has been fined and The application for stay or in the alternative for writ of injunc js halt to the sale treated birds of stilbestrol Cattle Rustler Gets Fine were referring to the Miami re Mother Two Daughters Live In Car Blattr of toys goods Agents was entering the room in which they recaptured Young Thursday A U S Embassy representative said he understood officials plan ned to take Buchanan before Havana judge and charge himOldwick N Dies Here Today The for the largest selection hardware and sporting 103xB with having been Youngs ac complice on the ground he tried lween Correction Troutmans Mink to help a fugitive Capes and Stoles should read stling charge Mellott was convicted in U S District Court Thursday of taking three calves from the Cedar Lane Tule a Farm owned by 1 F Johnson commodore and u residem oi I2fi7 m September s at todav poultry and tail food industries have been dawn today smashed into a house asled to arrange for an immediate jailed two sleeping occupants A third resident was critically burned in a fire started by the Flemming said he had talkedcrash with retail food and poultry rep Investigator Fred Fuqua said reseiitatives and was confident the driver Harold Guthrie 26 was they would suspend such drunk he was unaware of the The secretary explained that he accident Guthries arm was brok WASHINGTON AP A New had been assured a retailer can en and he suffered minor cuts Jersey drug manufacturer today identify the birds either through The dead were Lee Bembroy accused his bigger competitors of their labeling or because they and his 48yearold wife Ne overcharginjj tor prescription command a premium price He sroes who lived on one side of medicines to the tune of three quarters of a billion dollars a vetr Drug Firms Accused of Overcharge See 7 Col 3 Matter of Hours animals were valued at and each Judge Frederick V Follmer al so imposed a one year sentence Haven Jones 34 Chambers Simla Funeral ot Hqjne is DKTRUIT AP A woman picked up fixi speeding in subur Seymour N Blackmail 39 an bun Grosse Pointe Shores told poexecutive of two companies in this IT lice Thursday night that she and field urged Congress and the med OP VII YV Q f V young daughters had been livjjcal profession to join in a drivej ing in their 1953 automobile sinceto bring down the cost of medi Tex AP It away July cines looks likr a mailer of hours in Delores Zamojcin 30 said she stead in was divorced and her former bus Others to Boyds Jewelry Diamonds and on watches lOlxB Inirg for theft of military orders Diamonds and trom lnc S Armys Letterkenny 101xB Dance tonite Medoras Clymer Depot Chambershurg Boyds watches Jewelry Expect Biggest Yule Season In People Have More Money to Spend Theyre Spending It On Christmas cines Blackmail is executive secretary of Premo Laboratories of charge ot arrangements A comband was living somehwere in soulh Hacken plete obituary will be published toPennsylvania The daughters morrow i and 7 She told police she lived with dance Sat night Harry friends here until July when she lOIx moved out because we didnt waiu to he a She said she hud applied four times to the city for aid to de the duplex building Mrs Neal Tukes 4f occupant of the adjoin ing apartment was dragged from the flames by her husband Patrolman Robert DeKorte who witnessed the accident said Guth ries convertible landed on the bed in which Bembroy and his wife were sleeping It was shoved isack and pns of Omega Precision Medical i Instrument Co of Passaic He tes tified before the Senate Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee in this fifth day of its hearings on drug prices Blackmail asserted that big W Williams 117 veteran ot the a doctor said to through a partition into the next r cheeking the condition apartment DeKortepulled Guthrie from the ivil wreckage The driver was charged with manslaughter drunken driv thr speeding and reckless driving shal During the confusion a smal uog kept trying to the burn of Watte surviving War It may be only is hours doctor said Respiration is low pulse invgtilai He is but had been pro To she said ress pendent children turned down each time vide food and gasoline she had worked as a babysitter and lauivJress On warm nights she told poliiv she and the two children stayed in public parks On cold nights she said she kept the car running and the heater on By JACK LEFLEK AP Business News Writer NliW YORK have more money to spend and theyre spending it for Christinas Thats the report today from al i hxceptionally report New Yorks biggest stores Merchants say the steel strike has had little effect generally on Christmas buying Store owners attribute the avil unche of buying to these factors Miami reported a strong demand for furs and sweaters An Indianapolis store hud to re order suede jackets In i North Carolina city electrii can openers are going good Mar hall Field Co of Chicago ex most every section of the country People earned more and saved peels to sell several as as merchants ring up sales which more in 1959 prices are uii summer they expect will be the biggest for changejtl to only slightly higher styled like a paguda temple any Yule seasun in history than a year ago credit is easier Highpriced stereo and hili An Associated Press survey of Credit cards spurred buying in are in general demand 24 major cities produced predicLos Angeles At least the woman Shoppers are showing a practi tions of gains ranging from 2 to of the house thinks she has more cal side loo If you have a good 15 per cent over record 1958 said a department store bargain and they it they Its going to be a crackerjack a was the report Shoppers are snapping up high ironi San Francisco priced luxury items Department store sales are The big price tag doesnt scare jeally rolling Cleveland reports them anymore They are more This will be our biggest concerned with fashion and quul fcdys Raleigh merchants says a St Louis merchant lions are space age loys such as missile sets and scientific labora tory kits Fuds havent been as strong as in some years But colored and decorated for girls are brisk in Detroit red vests and gold shins are sharp in Chicago Two cities ran into strikes which crimped shopping activity hi some extent in Portland a strike against two newspapers caused them to publish combined with limited advertising Mcrcli anis reported advertised items S H Green Slumps with every purchase Rogers Jewelry manufacturers have obtained beautiful natural monopoly control of pricing in the drug field by com rolling patents on new won der drugs and other medicines and have used this power for price I personally feel that the Amer ican public is overpaying at least of a billion dollars annually for the medication which they purchase on he said He said the medicine buyer is a captive of this alleged monopo ly and ihat so is the druggist weak He tries to speak but is Williams who celebrated ing building bui was stopped each time by firemen When the firt his out she nosed through the birthday Nov 14 has been under ashes and retrieved the bodies of an oxygen tent since Sunday He her three dtad puppies Ims failed to respond to treatment tor his fourth piuuinoniu attack since June Blatts of toys goods for the largest hardware and selection spurting B Correction Trouimans Mink Capes and Stoles should read Others to Boyds Jewelry Diamonds and lOlxB Inside The Gazette Ikes Program For Saturday YOITWIL Dniit ti II 1V f 1 leen li Uitlav leading Hal Boyles livha program rab the stuff like says sold well but thai others did not reception 1iasad in a womens apparel shop owner in Kansas City The hot item in toys this year is a JGinch doll that can be dressed in a earold uirls lothes lvoi boys the big altruc A bustrolley strike lied up moM uf Pittsburghs mass Downtown department stores ol lered shopping service by phone and mail and expected their subur ban branches to make up losses SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS NKvV Prisidci Saturday 1 p in aiiend bv President Mogluil Gardens S 0 gives dinner in honor of Prime Minister Nehru at American ambassadors ivsi dt nee New Delhi lime is liouis ahead ot BASKKTBAU and basketball game ji schedule in this here i ts tonight 14 and Other Features 10 I t Uis bun Mil l UUdi b 16 m 4 I J Nulr Ij HA THKK KOHKt AS liuiiei a Iv tfiupii iUli antl lJJidl   

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