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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family It seettis silly lor people to go out of their way to hum for an argument only to lose it Volume 104 Thirtytwo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday December 16 1959 City EDITION Two Sections Seven Centt Ji Board Picks Stahura Discusses Jointure Ask White On Resolution Andrew J Stahura Indiana businessman and president of the Indiana Borough School Board was elected president of the Indiana Joint High School Board at its regular meeting last night Stahura was named to suc ceed Dr William Grau of White Township whose term as school director ended last night Stahuras election was Unanimous Paul Craig of Armstrong Town ship was named vice president of t joint board which is made of Indiana Borough and White DEATH CLAIMS CRASH VICTIM Report Soviet Buildup PARIS NATO and Armstrong Townships nations received today a re in a discussion following the of a Soviet buildup in election of officers President Starockets and a new U S hura said the board should now charge that France is not get down to business and take meeting her defense pledges immediate steps to solve the to cope with Soviet threats crowded conditions at Indiana u S Secretary of Defense Joint High School iThomas S Gates Jr told the It was suggested that a full Atlantic Alliance that ng of the three member boards be the United States needs more filed for next month to discuss h j keeping western de e status of lomture contract The f j j j present contract expires in July Aenses modernized and en of 1960 at which time the presentlydorses the military substance constituted jointure will legally of a recent speech by Gen cease to exist Nathan F Twining New members of the board were j Twining chairman of the U S reminded that both Indiana Borjoint Chiefs of Staff sharply at ough and Armstrong Township tacked France last week in a se have passed resolutions calling for cret NATO military meeting for an extension of the jointure ar refusing to go along with integra ranpement tion of its forces Secretary of f White Township school board State Christian A Herter Tuesday embers in October passed a simiinsisted that integration is a vital lar resolution but because the new part of NATO and in effect sup board includes three members not ported Twining on the board at that time Indij Gates spoke today after French ana Borough and Armstrong Town Defense Minister Pierre Guillau fvhip board members expressed the mat officially protested the Amex desire to have the new board take lean charge that France is shirk a vote reaffirming the resolution ing and the fact that Twinings passed in October i speech reached the press He A petition was filed in Indianacharged that Twining overstepped County court asking an injunction j military bounds and got into po prevent the old board from parlitical matters No Defense Plea Th Local School Aides Fined US Tcipating in a new jointure agree ment pending further study of the Gates said he felt that the Unit ed States is within the compe situation This petition vlaj never fence right and responsibility of acted upon therefore there is no its military to comment on the legal barrier to acting upon the military effects of political dec October resolution See 14 Col 5 Kasper Out Jail May Return Soon sions Adm Walter F Boone U S member of NATOs toplevel standing military group gave the session an intelligence estimate that the Soviet Union has had in tercontinental rockets in service for 17 months and has 100 missile bases The report on growing Soviet nuclear and rocket power struck closely to figures given out Dec 2 by the Institute of Strategic Stud s an unofficial British group See 14 Col i Sunday Liquor Sales Bill Faces Veto WILLIAMSPORT Pa Fines of have been levied against three school officials from Indiana County I who pleaded no defense to charges of acquiring government surpluses for their own use I Entering the plea Tuesday in U S District Court here were Max Clinton Harwick superintendent of county schools and John W Kimmel and William Clyde jGrau both members of the Benjamin Franklin Joint School District Board The government said Harwick i notified different school boards of I the availability of government sur j pluses It also stated that surplus articles valued at were found in the homes of the three However the prosecution said the Eli Pizer Dies Of Injuries Death last night claimed one of the victims injured in a Sunday morning auto crash on Route 119 a mile south of Indiana Eli Pizer 29 Indiana R D 4 passed away at last night in the Indiana Hospital The deceased was one of three persons injured in the crash A second victim Betty Kay Fling 17 Indiana R D 1 was removed to West Penn Hos pital in Pittsburgh yesterday I Richard L Deyarmin 17 Grand view operator of the car was discharged from Indiana Hos pital He was not seriously in jured Pizer is survived by his wife Mrs Ruth Jean Pizer and two children Debra Larue and Sam WASHINGTON Air plus items with their own money I of a fivehour Democratic Force said today one of its jetj Judge Frederick V Follmer Her denied confirmation early p Y R fighters has set a world speedlevied the fines after declaringday to two Democratic motiier omer Cltv RD record of miles per hour j that neither the school board norjments to the State Tax Equaliza survivn asejV ing brothers and sisters Mrs Ruth McMasters Westover Gladys Pi zer Johnstown Mrs June Stern ELI ERNEST PIZER crash victim AF Claims New World Speed Mark Senate GOP Denies OK To 2 Demos HARRISBURG AP Senate I school officials paid for the sur Republicans resolute in the face CLAIMS NEW ALTITUDE Joe B Jordan a pilot at Edwards Air force Base flight test center climbs out of the F104 Lockheed fet fighter plane at Los Angeles yesterday in vwhich he set what the Air Force claimed is a new world altitude record yesterday at feet Jordan flew to LQS Angeles for a press conference to describe the flight His mark topped the altitude which the Navy said was reached nine days ago by an F4H jet plane and the set last July by a Russian T431 jet fighter AP Wirephoto It reported the flight was madethe government was defrauded of by a F106 Delta Dan piloted by 1 any money and there apparently Maj Joseph W Rogers Tuesdaywas no attempt to defraud at Edwards Air Force Base A fourth defendant Arthur J Rogers speed topped by former principal of the miles the fastest previous AirBenjamin Franklin Elementary Force 1958 of the its new Ef6 wing fighters iflew Oct 31 j k A il f j i The speed record was estabj OT D lished just a day after another Air Force F104C c I May 16 i School had a similar chargea new It also bettered the claim I against him no prossed on No1 The vot Che Soviet Uiiion that one of vember 19 tion Board Rejected were Herbert J Mc Glinchey Philadelphia named by Gov Lawrence to a second fourHomer CUy Mrs Grace year term and Mayor Raymond madue Tonawanda Mrs E Gardlock of New Kensington john Gunner Indiana SamA uel Pizer Jr TALLAHASSEE Fla AP Segregationist John Kasper was released from prison today after serving a term for incit ing racial riots But his freedom was expected to be shortlived Kasper took a bus for Nashville where he faces a sixmonth sentence for inciting riots during j the start of that citys public school desegregation in 1957 His enthusiasm for segregation has not been dampened by 15 months in prison Kasper told newsmen but his campaign will Lawrence said today he be conducted in a different man He was released in August 1958 Boro Police Arrest 7 In Teen Drinking A concerted effort by the Indiana Borough Police De reached a record altitude of feet C M That plane piloted by Capt Joe YY ITn I dmilV B Jordan also took off from Ed 7 TRO T A The Air Force said Rogers Sav and Christ when establishing the speed recmas only aine days awayfor ord took off at the desert flight most children test center climbed to Bul for tive Detroiters touched off the after burner and116 was indeed today and the only Re j publican who voted for confirma tion He said governor was entitled to select anyone he want ed for his official family Republicans charged in a Sen ate session that droned on until full of j that the 5 wfth a two i Whom June in Tide and resided i to 4 far t JU Jr mdnTlis Eli Pizer was of the Lucerhemines of God Friends are being received at the Bell Funeral Homer in Indiana beginning Thursday from 7 to S twice flew through an 18kilom there was much sorrow HARRISBURG AP Gov eter course thus accomplishing A watchman at the Citys Wei the requirement of the Shelter heard whimpering as partment on teenage drinking has paid off in the arrest of Aeronautique Internationale forjne made nis rounds at 1 a m four minors on charges of drunkenness and three adults onestablishing an official record today He stepped into the room charges of furnishing alcoholic beverages to minors The east to west run Helon St Clair 32 and her Indiana Borough Police Chief Harry H Owens today clocked at approximately Jlldron had been Hvin8 said the investigation concerning juvenile drinking in and the return run at about enc U IMlo Ol dall ana Borough will continue The plane is a production modi11001 oi ne Air M sobbed M 1 YI ITT T 1 I jCounty Jail are Donald Lower 29 Indiana Charles Mc iCurdy 33 Clymer and Bernie Ernie Visnick 21 Indiana el of the Air Defense Commands was lying on the most likely veto legislation per mitting referenda in the general election to decide whether Phila serving 10 months of a and Pittsburgh hotels may Mass Poisoning Plot Charged All three men were given a hearing yesterday before justice of latest interceptor built by child 12yearold Hil Division of General Dynamics liard and I don t know what Corp It is an allweather interceptor the peace A M Cox and confined designed for destroying enemy your contempt of court sentence in the Federal correctional insti tute here Today he completed five months of a sixmonth con tempt term Germany two Pleaded not Ge X A to the Indiana County Jail Mc j Curdy pleaded guilty and the other sell liquor on Sundays But Lawrence wouldnt say flatdio Free said todav aSents ly at his news conference that heiof a would reject the measure if it reaches his desk In previous mass Both sentences grew out of the statements the governor bus op segregation riots of the school at Clinton Tenn of its employes Chief Owens said the investiga tions are conducted in cooperation with the local officials of the Li quar Control Board high iPOed voting on controversial ispriately hnanccd sta Most of the employes of this Investigation into juvenile drink 111 n a n outfit I urn cm Kasper has appealed to the jsues such as the liquor question tion are refugees from Iron Cur in general elections tain countries bombers at twice the speed of sound and at altitudes above 000 feet Dayton Driver Dies Suddenly TRADE CITY A Dayton man a suddeniv yesterday when his teenagers for being drunk ewoA lff to Police took the children all but 7monthold Penny to a juvenile home Penny was taken to a hos were political Democrats replied that the re jections were political They unsuccessfully used one de laying tactic after another long peeches parliamentary question ing and committee discharge res stave off the GOP ac tion But they werent as fortunate as they were on Monday when they were able to hold off the GOP ax for another day As a result Sen ate Republicans had an overnight change of mind on plans to keep Chairman John Bevec of Stra bane Washington County from a second term One reason was that Bevecs re jection would have reduced the threeman board to one Frank K Cochran Greensburg pital to be cared for An autopsy whose term expired last month but was ordered into the mothers who can stay until suucceeded death Police Sgt Elizabeth Grindle conducted at the funeral home Saturday December 19 at E W Strong pastor of the Church of God in Lucernemines will officiate Interment will be ia the Lutheran Cemetery in Brush Valley f know of at least ten minors who Supreme Court from the six The Senate Tuesday passed the Erik Hazelhoff of Mount Kisco have been furnished alcoholic bevlTrade City and struck a month state sentence in Nashville j bill 2723 and sent it to the House N Radio Free Europes Euerages jn the pasl few weeks flt says he expects to lose approval of an amendment ropean director said a poison said Hilliard told her the family had been destitute for some time and none knew the fathers where abouts Only Monday the lad said the family returned to Detroit from auto swerved off Route 210 near j Pittgas the mothers home1 they had gone to There had been a question among GOP senators as to whether the i a general audience In the future Pope John Plans More Cardinals VATICAlfj CITY AP Pope John who has set aside 400yearold tradition that limited the College of Cardinals to 70 in dicated today he may increase the college even more We have reached the speaking informally at board could then function case Eagles Party every Thursday changing the referenda time fromwas found in a number of the primary to the general elecsaltshakers at the stations ion tena Enroute To Paris British Fleet In Sea Salute To Ike In Mediterranean utility i town where pole I seek help i State Police of the Punxsutaw The drinking Owens subslation the opinion ij 11 I I ald MrS E Stiider 46 may have sufHi SQd 6 SoS ofthe furnishing drinks are doing so for profit jd doctor told charging high prices lor bottles ot hc had sufferj from beer and liquor Ages ot the mm h There WjJS no ors range from 4 to 0 years reagon fm the acddent Chiet Owens stressed that drink jwe will go ahead we will Gardlocks nomination now aj of the Roman Catho issue under the law Church pointed out that since the limit of 70 was set the church has grown tremendously If we need more we will elect he said The limit of 70 cardinals was set by Pope Sixtus IV in 1586 when Roman Catholics totaled far Injured By See 14 Col 8 DaveyToSiqn Jobless Hike HARRISBURG than the present membership of nearly half a billion Pope John in formally creat ing eight new cardinals Monday brought the colleges membership iin unemployment compensation and higher employerpaid tarfes li finance them will be signed 1 into law Thursday by Gov Law irence according to his office to 79 A year ago the Pope creat m lias to stop Adims School Bus stitelers car left the pavement HILLSDALE David Stanley i lo Jan and to next July since have about six miles south of PunxsujChurchill 12 HiUsdale is in Employer taxes will range from Pope John recalled ths tawney and then crashed into condition in the Indiana lo 4 per cent depending on 1 Church is now year i The legislation will increase ed 23 cardinals bringing the col maximum weekly benefits from membership at that time to i be prosecuted he added pole Hospital today with an injury hellabor lunover iThe r no Morion Woman e bUCCUITlbS Qt 7J Damages to the auto were estireceived to his foot when struck by mated at a school bus yesterday afternoon StiteUr was dead on arrival at The injured youth is the son of per cent that the years old that it would jtinue to grow and endure Adrian Hospital Punxsutawney By MARVIN L ARROWSMITH I Bingley sailed from and loafed this morning He WITH EISENHOWER AT SEA Malta to pay his respects to theplanned to do some work how MARION Martha British Mediterranean President and exchange gun saever on the State of the Unkm jane Miller widow ofDavid Silas Fleet today saluted President Eilutes with the Des Moines message he will send to Congress away al ht Traditional Eisenhower weatherearly next month of her Samuel morning Lets Get Going senhower as he sailed over sunlit waters to the Western summit returned to the Mediterranean to1 In between rest and work on she was day as the President sailed westthe message Eisenhower ari A complete obituary appears in A message was flashed byward on tne first leal fest of his ranged to watch a special clemtodays Indiana Evening Gazette Adm Sir Alexander Bingley on threecontinent goodwill tour onstration being put on by planes his flagship Tiger as she passed The heavy cruiser Des based aboard the escoring carj Lumber Indiana within 600 yards of the President Moines bore the Presidentrier Essex the floating home aso Q M n standing at attention at the railthrough calm seas toward Timiof correspondents accompanying pen of the cruiser Des Moines sia the eighth stop of the peace the President S H Green Stamps with 1 am honored and delighted freedom mission to 11 nations He resumes talks on world probevery Purchase Rogers Jewelry be able to salute you while you that he launched Dec 3 After anleins Thursday at a conference pass on your mission of peace j overcast departure from Athens witn Tunisias President Habib No Homer City Lions meeting through the sea you knew so well the temperature was 62 degrees Bourguiba ashore ii Tunia Then this week 105x in Bingley said over thethe forecast more fair weather Eisenhower will return to the Des CoralcVaceion lire Co oartv blinker on the Tiger j The President slept Tuesday See BritislMPage 14 Col 4 mite Wed Ux SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS Mr and Mrs Paul Churchill Hills1 dale i I According to Police from J the Indiana subslation the Churc1 hill lad was walking along the benn of the roud when he was knocked down by a school bus j i Police sail the bus then rani lover the youths foot j i He was admitted to the hospital with injuries to his left hand right i shoulder and right foot 1 Operator of the Purchase Line School bus was C Mahaf lev L7 ot Mahaffey The incident occurred at 4 Tuesday Inside The Gazette BASKETBALL Kiad the roundup ot scholastic games played lust night on district hardwoods on sports pages M and 23 IS THE PRICE Drew Hearson says today that NBC is investigating away show Tho Price Is See pagt ti Other Features Mtrrur A tlUturUl 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