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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY Expensive things the good wife has sent home on approval often dont meet with Dads An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Volume 101 Sixteen Pages ew Possibility To Become Big Success NEW DELHI India AP than three years ago the Eisenhower Doctrine boomeranged Today it seems likely a new Eisen nower doctrine is and this one has every chance of being a rousing success The message brought by the American President to India plus the impact of his personality may prove in the long run a big help in mending fortunes in areas Where they have been sagging The new Eisenhower doctrine is Sugyested in salient points of his in India Theseare the stands for I peace and genuhe disarmament determination to help friends i against aggressors need for peoj pletopeople contacts need for recognition of world law and i most important in thisarea the need for a massive noble war against hunger Since the end of World War II j Africans and Middle East have exhibited a strong bond springing from common history common woes and com Jnon problems I The leaders of these areas derscored this four years ago in j Indonesia where they created j they called the Spirit of Bandung in the city of that At Bandung Red China wasj much in evidence bidding for i Recognition as the acknowledged i paramount Asian power T h e j Siiine year 1955 the Commu nist bloc led by the Soviet Union used the Egyptian arms deal to vault into an Arab Middle East bitterly angry with the West The Eisenhower Doctrine was pioclaimed after the Suez crisis as a warning to tlvj Communists against armed invusion in the Middle East But the Arabs attacked by Britain France and Israel complained We srffer from cholera and Dr Ei See 2 Col 1 Local Woman Remains On Eisenh Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday December 12 1959 City County EDITION r Doctrine Two Sections n E LIBERATORS INVADE PARAGUAY LIVED IN CAR FIVE Delores Louise Zamojcin and her daughters Adele 7 and Carmen 6 rest in their yesterday after Jiving for five months in a 1953 automobile Their plight was discovered by police who stopped her for speeding Overdue rent caused their eviction and a boarding home held the childrens clothing for a debt A club of business and professional men moved into pay her debts rerent the apartment stock the cupboard with food and get Mrs Zamojcin a job Her husband whom she divorced four years ago has disappeared AP Wirepholo VM I I j Serious List j Aid Mom Daughters Herter Flies To Paris WASHINGTON AP jSecretary of State Christian j jA Herter took off today forj jWesterin strategy talks in Paris He declared there is need for further improvement of the defensive strength of the North Atlantic Alliance Traveling in a Military Air Transport jet liner Herter Sec retary of the Treasury Robert B Anderson and Secretary of De fense Thomas S Gates Jr left from Andrews Air Force Base They were accompanied by a party of top aides and policy ad visers including Foy D Kohler assistant secretary of state for European affairs and Charles E Bohlen Herters new special ad viser on Soviet relations Herter Anderson and Gates will represent the United States in a Cabinetlevel meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Council in Paris beginning next Tuesday Herter is expected to make a drive for greater contributions by the main European allies particularly Westi Germany and France to the milj itary strength of NATO and Euj rope j He has indicated he also will ask European leaders to study j ways of relieving the Unfted States j of some of the financial burden it now bears in connection with the j I maintenance of its own forces in Western Europe i I In his departure statement Her jter noted that on Dec 18 he will i go to Toulon a French Mediter ranean port to meet President Eisenhower and return with him See Sec 2 Col 4 FROM THIS DAY FORTHPeter and Celestia Peterson yesterday observed their 81st wedding anniversary with an informal open house at their home Possibly the nations long est married couple they were wed Dec 11 1878 in the St George Utah of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints He is 99 and she is 98 and their next goal in life is to live to celebrate each others 100th birthday They have 250 living descendants including seven children This picture was taken a year ago as they celebrated their 80th wedding anniversary Wirephoto UN Group Approves USRed Spate Plan Mrs Ina Clare McKnight Tndi Una resident seriously injured in a car accident yesterday morning remains on the Indiana Hospital serious list today Mrs Margaret K Susser also DETROIT Mich Grosse Pointe Crisis Club of Indiana operator of the car in ihas come to the aid of a young mother and her two daughters Mrs McKnight was a paswho have been living in an automobile I is now termed satisfac The plight of Delores Louise Zamojcin 30 was disclosed fTll1 Living In Automobile SundayBlue Law Closings Blafrsville Truck Crash Darkens Area UNITED NATIONS N Y U N Political Committee today approved unanimously a SovietAmerican plan to give the United Nations a voice in regulating peace ful uses of outer space The proposal was expected to be ratified tonight by the General Assembly which is driving toward ad joumment of its 1959 senger kJV4Mfcy J Freeman Bragg also of Shores for operator of the second vehicle involved in the accident was re ported satisfactory upon admis sion to the hospital yesterday Both the United States and the BLA1RSVILLE A portion of Soviet Union urged unanimous ap Blairsville was without electricity Proval of tne proposal which they for and hours as a result of a utility pole being j Negotiations between Am knocked down by a truck skidding bassador Henry Cabot Lodge and Thursday night when she was 4 O L i C Id W 11C1 tilS cally restrained by The Susser vehicle skidded on an Icy spot on Route 80 about two miles south of Clymer ran up a bank and overturned injuring the two women The Bragg vehicle ap parently could not avoid hitting the Susser car that skidded back on Jhe highway Mother Given Life Sentence EBENSBURG Pa AP A former Akron Ohio waitress has been sentenced to life imprison ment for smothering her 3year old son Gary with a towel Mrs Eleanor Conklin 24 was Friday to the State In dustrial Home for Women at Mun cy for the Aug 8 1958 slaying She was arrested when she wreck ed her car in an attempt to flee a motel in Cresson where the slaying occurred Mrs Conklin was convicted of firstdegree murder in December 1958 Sentencing by Judge Ivan McKenrick of Cambria County ame after Mrs Conklins appeal tor a new trial was denied on wet pavement i Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Boyds Jewelry Diamonds and Catcher lOlxB Dance tonite Sat tfx Make a Day of It Clarifies Tax Authority Of School Bds HARR1SBURG AP A new men u biicucT rur state law clarifies the right of in the last five months they had been j school districts to levy living in the car most of the time tnvnc See Page 2 Col 5 Newspaperboy Still Serious Police forgot about ticketing her for speeding after she explained the car heater doesnt work well when driving slow We were headj ed for Belle Isle to park and sleep overnight and we wanted it Police gave Mrs Zamojcin and her daughters Adele 7 and Car men 6 temporary shelter For are injunctions According to the police a truckVasily V Kuznetsov were kept irW a HH by Robert E going down the Flammable Tanker In Train Crash YORK Pa tanker con John LoPBCinski Gazette news taxes The law approved Friday by Gov Lawrence gives independent districts the same taxing powers Pennsylvania is expected to have I Conllloclore 8oinS the its widest observance of Sundayhl11 on East Market store closings Sunday since the0 the Pavfment and crashed into Legislature passed its Blue Law he knockmg down and amendment last summer breaking electric power lines Damage to the pole and powex lines was estimated at about The accident occurred on Ceme tery Hill near the Mrs Anna Murray property Hopkins was able to drive his dump truck away following the accident There is no immediate estimate of damages to the truck The amendment bans sales of specified items on the Sabbath and provides for increased fines for violations The United States Supreme Court in Philadelphia refused a similar stay to five Orthodox Jew ish merchants in South Philadel phia A number of other restraining agreement actually was secrecy until the jtaining a flammable chemical was inlltr uQC t OUP nf of 25 Pennsylvania Railroad anuauy i ettciicu ui rcinisyivania itaiiroaa After several concessions by the I freight cars which derailed Fri West the two agreed on a comday near Saginaw 12 miles north mittee composed of 12 Western 7 Communist and 5 neutral nations to serve a twoyear term The resolution also calls for an international conference of space experts to be held under auspices in 1960 or 1961 The con ference was proposed by the So viets at the outset of this Asem bly session r wi wiuii i fiSll filtt as regular school districts Their orders remain to be dissolved Itoday The incident occurred about ia Austral Brazil Britain Cana tax authority had been challenged in York County Independent districts are creat ed by withdrawals from regular V1 MIT ma iiuiu i Cgular boy injured Wednesday while j school districts There are only delivering his papers remains in about a dozen throughout the state serious condition today in the Other bills signed into law by the Indiana Hospital governor will The injured youth was struck by Make firemen suffering heart a car on Route 119 about a half and lung injuries eligible for state tvii J mile north of Indiana They include injunctions in Lan caster Dauphin and Delaware Counties Harold E Kohn lawyer for the por Two Guys wanted a delay until an appeal of a lower court ruling could be filed and ruled upon Donald C Wagner city manag ing director warned merchants police will be specially assigned j V 331 til j occupational disease benefits j tomorrow to look for violators NewChopter in World Indian Diplomat Predicts Good Results In Ike Visit da France Iran Italy Mexico United States COMMUNIST Soviet Union Poland Czechoslovakia Romania BulgaLra Albania and Hungary NEUTRAL Sweden United Arab Republic India Austria and Lebanon The 18nation temporary com mittee set up last year was boy cotted by the Soviet Union on east of here The tank car came to rest on its side spilling part of its cargo of chloro benzene and causing some anxious moments about fire and possible explosion State police and railroad officials quickly blocked off the isolated area and temporarily banned any thing that might give off sparks A workman capped the leaking valve at the top of the car while firemen spread foam in the area before the car was righted A rail road spokesman said the liquid spilled over an embankment and was washed away by a small stream No one was injured The cars were part of a 102car freight bound from Enola to Ches ter and Wilmington Del The wreck blocked the two Report Seven Columns BUENOS AIRES Argen tina of a liber ation army consisting of Paraguayans living abroad were reported today to have invaded Paraguay from Argentine and Brazilian bor der points The Argentine news agency Saporiti said the government of strong man President Al fredo Stroessner immediately mobilized reserves and took other emergency measures to counter the threat Saporiti said the invasion at dawn was in seven columns Clandestine radios In Misiones Province of northern Argentina reported the liberation army was led by Juan Jose Rotella 26 and Mario Steche both identified as Paraguayan students Despite the reports of revolt in various Paraguayan cities Ar gentine airlines said flights to the capital of Asuncion were normal A correspondent at Asuncion re ported by telephone to Buenos Aires that all appeared quiet in the Paraguayan capital The call placed here was put through immediately The Asuncion report conflicted 2 Col 7 2nd Record Leap Better Says Captain White Sands Missle Range N M confident Capt Joe Kittinger Friday described his second record leap from the threshold of space as being very comfortable The Air Force officers jump from a balloon gondola at an alti tude of feet went off a bit more smoothly than his first high jump Nov 16 At that time a small parachute designed to stabilize his fall failed to open But Friday the sixfoot stabiliz ing chute blossomed out after seconds It did little to stow his fall but did keep him from spin ning during the long drop Its a little more difficult when youre spinning around on your Kittinger said This jump was more enjoyable This time I fell very com Kittinger 31 is making the jumps for the Air Force aero medical laboratories at Wright Air Development Center Ohio From the jumps the Air Force hopes to find out what goes on i wretK DIOCKCU tne t grounds did not contain a tracks of the hi c ratin r et H c ratio The Officers for the Solemn Pon tifical Mass for Bishop Hugh L Lamb the first Bishop of the Dio cese of Greensburg who died last Tuesday have been announced The Mass will be celebrated Tuesday Dec 15 by the Most i nations Reverend George Leech Bishop of j Western nations 1 was no Harrisburg with the Most Revand J neutJSs Traffic on the rail erend Archbishop Bishop John mam line between New Gannon of Erie presiding j Blatfa for the largest selection the West was not af The Very Rev Marian toys hardware and sporting thai Pastor of Transfiguration goods 103xB Church Mt Pleasant and form of Communist and It wS mlde UD neutral of US6d PrinciPally auSe Ol the de freight The derailment was not NEW By JOHN SCAU DELHI India erly of St Louis Church Lucexne miius and Very Rev James Bra dy Pastor of St Bernards Church Indiana will be the Chaplains to Archbishop Gannon are nt Blessed Sauament ec W S H Green Stamps with cleamP operations through the night brain and body tremendous dis bitter cold and inside a mans when he falls tances through thin air Father Ramon Talavera a Par aguayan Roman Catholic priest has been in the forefront of the opposition to the Stroessner re gime for two years The govern ment ordered him deported to Uruguay more than a year ago because of his outspoken criticism Recently Father Talavera came to Buenos Aires and said he in tended to return to Asuncion to every Purchase Rogers Jewelry j Dance tonite m SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS which Eisenhower rode from the to issue a communique summing o i into New Delhi Police had up their talks before the President President Eisenhowers spectacu estimated million leaves for Iran Monrfw uvm tar visit to India led an Irdian Eisenhower seized a chance old teten todav diplomat o predict today that t day for his first real daylight res Eisenhowers visit is a pilgrim will open a new chapter m world since the beginning of his goodage in quest of peace of special Tl Chagla Indian hi dor to the United States reported With only two formal functions Chagla said he himself looks for Prime Minister Nehru estimated on his schedule he relaxed at the no concrete results from the talks the massive crowds that welrussetcolored mansion of Indias Nobody expected that he Findley corned Eisenhower here President Rajendra Prasad and added But when two great men day at three times caught up on White House busdedicated to world peace meet to Blalt for the the size of New Delhis reception mess he is conducting miles aether this wav they can do a hardware for Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushfrom Washington deai to change the Inside The Gazette THE LIGHTER day His announcement prompted lastedtne Paraguayan Embassy here to jwarn all transportation com j panics not to carry him as a pas Sat tfx It said Paraguayan au thorities would not permit the larding of any plane in which he j is riding and that any vehicle or vessel with him aboard would be stopped at the bonder Diamonds and Eagles dance Sat night Harrv lOlx Read Jerry Bennetts weekly roundup of the news on the lighter side from the Washington D C newsbcat See page 6 BASKETBALL Road the results ol the full basketball card played in district schools lust night See details on sports pages 10 and li selection sporting 103xB Other Features AUddni i uiuks t II bilitorul fluiplul Obituaries suilelj Spurts Theiter Tuwu lult millionfigure s t re biggest yet in estimates of the ling trip meets Nehru twice Sun hen the atmosphere changes throngs which cheered waved and day ii is then that concrete and spe crushed ia ujwa the procession The two expected cific results can be by Cadets WEATHER savov WlxS rain possibly changing to snow and turning cooler tonight Low w to 37 Sunday mostly cloudy rather windy and caul with a lit tie light snow likely C I Whoops There Goes the Anchor PORT ARTHUR Oat AP The new threemilliondollar gov ernment icebreaker Alexander Henry sailed into this Lake Super ior port this week and proudly dropped iu oneton anchor i Skin divers are taking for it The anchor apparently biuke i free of its chain So the Alexander Heivy had to moor at the Boyds Jewelry watches
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