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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family No auditorium Is big enough for a convention of all the rtck auto driven 103 Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday December 15 1959 City EDITION Two Sections JOHN TO RESIGN EARLY IN Ike Talks Before Greek Parliament Boards Ship Receives Rousing Ovation By JOHN SCALI ATHENS Eisenhower received a rous ing ovation in the Greek Parliament today and then boarded the U S cruiser Des Moines for his first real rest1 he began his peace and rriendship mission 12 days ago The President renewing his call for peace in freedom in an address to the 300 member Parliament was in terriipted a dozen times by applause arid cheers that al most shook the rafters Thej Communistled minority join fl in Then five hours later the Pres ident took his leave of the Greek family aad drove in a pro cession to the Athens Stadium where he boarded a helicopter for the short flight to the Des Moines The President will have a three day rest aboard the Des Moines broken only by a meeting Thurs day in Tunis with Tunisian Pres ident Habib Bourguiba Greek Premier Constantine Kar amanlis and other Greek officials accompanied the President to the stnciium The President got his greatest ovation when he told Parliament his message could be summed up in three words Peace in freeSecretary of State Christiaii A Herter today told the foreign iCIJI I D ministers of the North Atlantic Alliance that NATO must CIQ y TO IP SORAYA AND Soraya of Iran has her hand kissed by Roman Prince Raim ondo Orsini outside Romes fashionable 84 night club It has been reported that they plan to marry NBA RadioTelephoto Herter In Direct Challenge To France On NATO Forces Little Change For Civil Vet HOUSTON Tex find little change in the critical condition of ailing Confederate Walter Williams 117 Hes about the a fam ily member reported Monday night after Williams second visit of the day by his physician Williams last surviving veteran of the Civil War has been in crit ical condition for more than a week He is suffering from pneu monia for the fourth time in six months JOHN L LEWIS to resign in 1960 Said In Excellent Health Led UMW For Forty Years WASHINGTON L Lewis announced today he will resign as president of the United Mine Workers early next year Lewis who will be 80 next Feb 12 said in a letter to UMW members published today in the Unions journal that the time has come to step aside Aides said he is in excellent health Mister as millions came to know the fuzzy i browed union chief in his flamboyant organizing and bar gain ing days of the 1930s aind 1940s has headed the UMW for 40 years Top Court Split Over Case Type WASHINGTON Supreme Courts AP split over Few men have had greater im pact on American economic life Lewis will be succeeded auto matically by Thomas Kennedy UMW vice president and former lieutenant governor of Pennysl vania Kennedy 72 a widower who married again just a few weeks ago is honeymooning in The Europe the kind of cases the tribunal should consider widened sharply Mon jday with a facetiously angled Newsmen Restricted At Canaveral CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP commander of the Air Force Missile Test Center has placed restrictions on newsmen covering military missile launch ings here 11 Vr Maj Gen Donald N Yates said interpolated ahead of a formal Monday that for the present he dissent opinion from one justice and a rejoinder from another hitting at this attempt at The humorous sally was by Jus tice Charles E Whittaker in a separate concurrence with a de cision which went against a rail road crossing watchman in a damage case Justice William 0 Douglas speaking in tones of anger made the response in remarks which he jwill not brief newsmen on futurei military shots nor will he allow i The watchman Carl C Inman was struck and injured by them to qover the launchings from drunken drivers automobile the press Ohio He suW the Yates said his action is the remire Ohio Railroad on a daMffl suit of a United Press Internathat safe working conditions had honfl fflrriAc Incf i jj i On retirement Lewis will be eligible to continue at full salary of a year He did not set a specific date for quitting say ing only it would be shortly after the new year Lewis a familiar figure feu years in newspaper headlines is responsible more than any other labor leader for organizing work ers of the nations biggest indus tries into labor unions Lewis capitalized on the Nation al Recovery Act and the Wagner Labor Relations Act passed dur ing President Franklin D Roose velts New Deal These established the obligation of employers to bargain with un ions Lewis formed the Commit See 4 Col 2 PARIS a Direct challenge to France U The legislators rose to their feet continue to integrate its military forces under one command See Page 4 Col I rinal Tribute Paid Bishop Lamb Today GREENSBURG Pa gy and faithful of the Greensburg Roman Catholic Diocese paid their Jnal tribute today to the Most Rev Hugh L Lamb first bishop of the diocese The Blessed Sacrament Cathe dral was filled to capacity for a solemn pontifical mass of requiem for Bishop Lamb who died last Tuesday at the age of 69 He had served as bishop of the diocese since it was formed in 1952 All schools of the diocese were losed today The diocese is made p of Westmoreland Fayette In diana and Armstrong counties A fourhour vigil begun Sunday afternoon when the bishops body vas translated from the cathedral jectory into the church to lie in state ended at a m Then two Masses were held in the bishops memory The second Mass was attended by children Finally at a m the Sol Pontifical Mass began It was receded by recitation of the Of fice of the Dead and a number of special prayers by the Most Rev John J Gannon archbishop of the Erie Diocese Archbishop Gannon presided over the entire funeral ceremony The Most Rev George Leech bishop of Harrisburg was the celebrant of the Solemn Pontifical Mass The sermon was preached Herters remarks at the opening session of NATOs an ministerial review sharply underlined the major task jof the resolve the differences dividing French jPresident Charles de Gaulle from his allies in the North At lantic Treaty Organization De Gaulle has openly rejected the principle of integrated forces Taken Tied Copters Save Two After Chute Jump HOULTON Maine AP Two Air Force men who bailed out of a B52 jet bomber Monday night after an aerial refueling accident were picked up by helicopters in a snowcovered wilderness area I Herter spoke in a closed ses jsion of the Ministerial Council A NATO spokesman reported his speech to a news conference Herter mentioned recent press reports implying the United States might be planning withdrawals of forces from Europe He said these showed a fundamental misconcep tion of U S policy and that the United States intends to maintain its NATO commitment Speaking of the concept of in tegrated defense Herter said that today Officials at Base Bangor Dow Air Force Maine said the ed States makes its contribution to NATO He said the idea of in See Sec 4 Col 1 men Capt William B Harris of Middletown Pa and Lt David B Morris of are in good condition They were flown to Dow and given a routine checkup at the base hospital Officials said they will be interviewed as soon as pos sible about their experience Seek Ohio Bank Robber YOUNGSTOWN OHIO AP A tall husky man still was being sought today as the robber who The two men were picked upfled with from the Union by helicopters in the same gen National Bank branch on the tional story carried last Saturday j which reported the date of a space 1 probe The story under a Wash jington dateline said the United States would try today to send a rocket to the vicinity of Venus and into orbit around the Sun The shot since has been post poned for technical reasons The general said UPI violated an agreement not to release the launch date after he had briefed the press on it A UPI reporter attended the briefing However the news service said the story was based on information from nonmilitary sources See 4 Col 4 SANTA CRUZ Calif elderly couple left bound and gag ged in a chilly mountain cabin by a kidnap gang that may have in cluded an escaped convict worked free after 12 hours Monday and then hiked to Gary Smith a sheriffs deputy said a general description given by Clara B Hoeller 78 fitted Jimmie Kendrick 29 who escaped from San Quentin Prison Dec 7 The other victim was Peter Trimborn 74 a resident at a guest home at nearby San Jose owned by Mrs Hoeller Both were treated for shock and rope burns Mrs Hoeller had been forced at gunpoint to cash checks nder rlich the eight were 8 Blue Law Violators Fined East Norriton Township magis trate Monday night fined eight persons for violating the Pennsyl vania Sunday sales Blue Laws The fines imposed by Magistrate Arthur Horrocks were each plus costs The amended Blue not been provided and won a jury award of j State courts reversed the ver dict on a finding that no neglij gence had been proved against j the railroad Move Victim To Pittsburgh One of the victims of Sunday mornings onecar crash on Route 119 a mile south of Indiana is be ing transferred today to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh Local hospital officials said to day that Miss Betty Kay Fling 17 Indiana RD 1 critically injured about the head in the crash will be taken to the Pittsburgh hospital today She remains in critical condi tion Eli Pizer 29 Indiana RD 4 in jured in the same accident is in in the local hospital Indiana Gazette newsboy John Lopacinski 13 Indiana RD 3 to day is termed fair in the local Fla Guards In Rights WASHINGTON Gen William P Rogers announced that a federal grand jury at Jackson ville today indicted 14 pres ent and former guards at the Florida State Prison on charges of mistreating prisoners in violation of a federal civil rights laws Rogers said a farreaching in vestigation by FBI agents pre ceded the departments presenta tion of evidence to the grand jury He said the evidence involved mis treatment of inmates of the maxi mum security building at the prison at Raiford The indictments charged viola tions of three sections of the Criminal Code which prohibit con spiracies to injure or oppress any citizen in the free exercise of any right or privilege secured to him by the constitution and federal laws Rogers violations announcement charged include said con for Mrs Hoeller and Trimborn were kidnaped by two men arrested provide for a maximum hospital He was seriously hurt fine for a first offense when struck by a car last Wednes1 Piy Those found guilty were salesday on Route 119 north while defor the spiracy among members of the s custodial force to inflict prisoners of administering summary punishment as well as girl Sunday as thev stooDed to ini at Bargain City Pa livering his papers spect Mrs cabin in were among 11 persons Also listed fair is John imposition of the brutal Lockhart Gulch 14 miles north of whose names were taken by police84 716 Water St Mr Leezer sufllties eral area near East Millinocket about 40 miles southwest of Houl ton They were taken out of the northern outskirts of Youngstown Wearing a silk stocking pulled over his face and carrying ai Santa Cruz They were jumped by the trio as they stopped to look at a car parked with a flat tire near the cabin See 4 Col 4 Sunday in new enforcement of an attack in a local store laws following court decisions upyesterday morning and was rushed holding their validity to the Indiana Hospital Eisenhower King Paul In Toasts ATHENS Ei senhower and King Paul I today toasted each other and pledged to work together for world peace The 58yearold Greek King was host to the President at a formal luncheon winding up a busy day of activity in Athens for the American chief executive The monarch said Greece fol lowed Eisenhowers journey with great In an obvious reference to Greek Communists the King said Should we use your efforts to bring peace on the international scene as an excuse to slowly relax our vigilance against the subver sive forces at home and surren der to them all that is sacred to us then shall have The King Mr Pres I glass to the sue if mission May God yojir actions as He feis aj ready inspired your Eisenhower said in reply My heartfelt thanks are ex tended to the people of Greece I Blatts for the largest selection of toys hardware and goods sporting 103xB for the warm welcome they have Eee fc Col 4 Boro Police Stores Alert For Lifting With large numbers of shopperi filling Indiana Borough business places Indiana Borough Police Chief Harry H Owens reminded district residents today that the merchants and police are continu ing their cooperation to keep shop lifting and bad check passing to a minimum The system of alerting both the police and the other merchants in town has proved successful in the past in apprehending persons guil ty of both violations In addition during the holiday season local police have plate clothesmen both in the stores and on the street keeping a watch for known violators as well as any one else attempting to shoplift in Indiana Stiff penalties may be handed to persons apprehended for both bad check passing and shop lifting For Christmas Rush frozen woods after their para1 snubnosed revolver the man es chutes had been spotted from thejcaped Monday in a convertible air i heading north on Ohio 90 He carjTT Harris was the first one to be ried the cash out in a pillowcase I pX found From a helicopter he as1 and threatened the six bank em Dave Refuses y Bishop cranton Jerome Hannon of sisted in the search for Morris A Dow spokesman said the ac cident occurred when the B52 ap ployes and one customer to Get back or youre Roadblocks were set up and a Withdrawal parently crowded too close to a State Highway Patrol plane from HARRISBURG AP Gov KC95 tanker and rammed a fuel Columbus searched today refused to with The Mass was sung by the jn the rear of the tanker I fully for the getaway car cesan priest choir and the ScholajI Cantorum of St Vincents Semin ary Absolution following the Massj given by Archbishop Gannon Bishop John J Wright of the Pitts burgh Diocese Bishop J Carroll of the AltoonaV stown Diocese and the Most Kev wand McManaman auxiliary bis mop of Erie and Bishop Leech Later today the bishops body is being taken by train to Phila delphia where another Mass will be celebrated in St Peters and Pauls Cathedral at 11 a m Wed nesday Blatts for the largest selection of toys hardware and spotting goods 103xB S H Green Stamps with surchase Roger Jewelry Inside The Gazette BIG INDIANS The Big Indians of Indiana State Teachers College scored an other victory last night on the hardwood Read about this and other sports on pages 18 and 19 DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson tells of some world leaders who have fears con cerning the IkeKhrush talks See editorial page t Other Features Mail Will Go Through Using By GEOFFREY GOULD jland who delivers to two In Alaska Chester Noonwook WASHINGTON mail will go through this Christmas as northern Lake Michigan islands presides over the last dogsled from the mainland route in these United States His A hcvrse is still the handiest way j 10 huskies carry the mail on St draw his nominees to the State Tax Euqalization Board despite a Senate Republican threat to kill I the appointments i There isnt going to be any takti horses boats toboggans skis Va Daner F Brogan as he hasSea In summer months he em i the governor told newsarul even a dogsled to do it for many a year will employ jayj ploys a skincovered boat known nun Thats the way it still has to be burn transportation over the i in that region as an umiak They incumbent board memdone some of tne remote nooks rough roadless route j Walter M Harbour often uses always but in a few cases it get from Sunierco to Sod W Lawrence Island in the Bering New Altitude Record Set WASHINGTON F104 Lockheed fighter plane set an al titude record for airplanes climb ing to feet Monday over Edwards Air Force Base in Cali fornia it was announced today The mark was disclosed by Vice President Richard M Nixon in presenting the Collier award tor outstanding flight achieve ments to designers and pilots of the F104 Homer City Legion party tonite 60 midgets 58 regulars Off to the Stores ibers have done a good job and anc crannies of the 50 states The there is no eartly reason why they conceded that today should not be he addperhaps a little proudly after looking over the locomotion meth ods of some of its star Lawrences statement came fol lowing a meeting with legislative Democratic legislative leaders and Ally Gen Anne X Alpern Sen Robert D Fleming Alle But another West Virginia starskis to get over a difficult part router J B Vaughan has givenjof his 28mile route between Nev up his horse after 17 years Heiada City and Graniteville now drives a truck between Chloej The star route carriers have and Elmira route carriers The star route carriers determining the port mail under private contractmethod played their vigorous backwoods The weather plays a vital role1 role for the Post Office for more deli very i than a century Their name stems from early days when their con Mirror CUiiUiedi Ciuuiei 20 HoiplUI Society TVBudio World 8 18IU 16 S WEATHEH Cloudy with occasional rain Wednesday tiagh to iO with the Post Office Most of them If snows are deep tins year betracts provided for celerity cer Senate GOP caucus chairuse thicks but sometimes they tween Elko and the Bob tainty and security of the mails predicted the appointments nave lo use to get themPrunty ranch carrier Claude Postal clerks got tired of writ Would be soundly rejected by theiselves trojn one place to will drop the Christmas ing these three words over and Republican majority Carrier Eulice H Thomas has1 mail fawn a small plane over and took to substituting 9 route between Crisfield Oscar Evans regularly uses a three asterisks or stars Schroth Lumber Indiana and Tangier Island in Cheshorsedrown toboggan to speed the It wasnt long before they were closed Dec through Dec 27 apeake Bay He uses a small boat mail between Boulder called star routes as they are to Mon Dec 2S 108xS So does George Grosvenor oi Le Midland ranch ithis day i SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ Ob
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