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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY The surest way to lose a Wend is to tell him whats wrong with the way he plays An Indiana County Newspaper Thai Every Member of the Family 3ttftrana fezrffr Volume 109 Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday December 22 1959 City EDITION Lawrence Inks GSA Harness Race Bet Bills Includes Programs BULLETIN p m HARUISBURG Lawrence today signed the new General State Authority bill which provides an in crease in projects for the bor rowandbuild agency The Governors signature means a allocation for construction of a state pak in Indiana County as well as an estimated mil Jion for construction of a flome economics building din ing hall three or four dormi tories and the designing of aj field house at Indiana State Teachers College In other action today the governor also approved pari mutuel betting on harness racing in Pennsylvania i The governor signed the General Assembly passed bill setting up machinery for parimutuel betting at harness tracks It was a radical innovation for Pennsylvania previously opposed to legalized gambling in any form I Operation of such tracks still are subject under the bill to a re ferendum vote at a local level The approval appears to be the opening wedge in a long standing battle to open Pennsylvania to all of horse race parimutuel betting BIG IKE WELCOME MOROCCO Credit Given For Securing County Dam Editorial ST NICK is scheduled to make his rounds Thursday evening but in one respect he has already visited the county He was in the personage of several individuals who were instrumental in obtaining General State Authority funds for construction of a state park in Indiana County Mouths of diligent work and planning were spent by these persons namely State Senator Arthur Kromer of Indiana and Jefferson counties State Assemblyman William G Buchanan Indiana and County Democratic Chairman E James Trimai chi Holiday Season Store Hours Set In Indiana Indiana Merchants Association today listed their store hours for the holiday season following a meeting in Stapletons Res taurant Most stores here will close at 5 Thursday Christmas Eve They will be open Saturday un til 5 Next week most stores will be open for evening shopping until 9 on Wednesday Dec 30 They will close at 5 on Thursday New Years Eve and will be open Saturday Jan 2 until 5 They will close at 5 all other nights 40 Per Cent Of Fire Unit Starts Fires 3 Countries Fear Effects On Summit PARIS Greece i and Turkey expressed fears today There will be a day that we will view with pride this hand they may be affected by decisions Others helped too The INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE commends the lefforts of these persons Their labors were not fruitless Construction of a state park here will enable the county and its citizens to envision a prosperous future some addition to our economic industrial and recreational life VERDES ESTATES Walif Distinguished public service note Forty per cent of the members Thermometer Drops To Zero In County EastWest summit which they had no of the Palos Verdes Estates Fire Department have been setting fires instead of putting them out This untenable state of affairs came out Monday when two of five regular firemen in this Los Angeles suburb admitted they started brush fires intentionally o Over the entire northeaslern portion of the Uni ted with Thermometers in Indiana County hit a new look for thej degree temperatures taken at an conference in part Tlie three little ported in party by Norway and up at a closed ses sion of the Atlantic Alliances Ministerial Council The council gavefull support to the Western Big Three proposal for summit talks with the Soviet Union but with a proviso for prior consultation among the allies Strong hints came from Moscow Nikita BARGAINING SK8S1ONR Conrad Cooper left chief negotiator for the steel industry and David McDonald president of the United Steelworkers Union shake hands today after their first bargaining session in 10 days At the meeting the industry yielded to the unions demand for separate bargaining by the 93 corporations involved in the nationwide wage dispute AP Union Arranges Meet With 93Steel Firms By STERLING F GREEN WASHINGTON mediators plowed ahead1 Khrushchev today without visible progress while plans sprouted for 93 T i will accept the Western invitation separate bargaining sessions across the country next Sundav Isolated areas report even lower readings as cold Arctic i to a summit session this spring Seeminelv in One Couple fires States the United States this spring Seemingly to the surprise of some unionists industry Highway crews worked into the together they started 16 They did it they said to dra matize what they feel is a burn night scraping county highways of ing need for better equipment tne snow that fel duri the They say the city is trying to pro tect 22 million dollars worth hours and cindernR was J property with a collection of obsary to make both highways and w Britain negotiator bowed quickly Monday to the demand of United Steelworkers President David J McDonald for companyby T This scrambled the bargaining ipicture McDonald apparently and France U S Secretary of State tian A Herter and British For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd took pains to reassure doubtful small See 3 4 Col 1 Sure solete junk They explained that they char itably set all the fires away from ways remained They were arrested Sunday afttravel police got about their curious approach to the problem of fire protection Six of them pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges in nearby Redondo Beach They return to court Feb 8 for probation hearing and sentencing The seventh culprit a 17yearold was turned over to juvenile au thorities 4fThe fire chief Justice Smith denied his equipment was obso lete He said he thought the volun teers started fires for the excite ment of having something to fight He said the two nis Michaels and Paul and the five Miller Kirby Temple Don Brox Charles Fox and the no longer firemen Theyre fired borough streets safe for passage The six inch accumulation of snow remained and freezing road dangerous for Continued cold is expected and the possibility of a white Christ imas seems a good possibility ac cording to the weatherman A seven inch snow storm ushered With Wallop NEW YORK Winter hit the Metropolitan area with a wal lop today unleashing a swirling snowstorm which put millions huf fing and puffing to get through drifts Rossiter RD Family Needs Furnishings 20 Dead 27 Missing On Storm Gilda MANILA of the Gilda WILKESBORO hoped that by bringing the respon C0uple made sure and the other 38 sible executives of every big and married Elsje Foster since little steel firm into direct l had the assurance of Judge he could crack the industry frontiRobert today that they J0f which has held almost completely Iare firmly hitched I solid for eight months against the who works in the unions wage and benefits de County Raster of Deeds Arrives In North Africa By R K OMALLEY CASABLANCA AP Eisenhower jarrived in this glistening white North African city today to a thunderous welcome from than half a million happy Moroccans Arriving in Casablanca for the last stop on his 11nation jpeace tour the President was presented with the traditional Arab greeting gift of dates and goat milk Tens of thousands packing Unit ed Nations Square cheered as the Pxesildent grinned and waved in appreciation of the silver tray of dates and the pitcher of milk Then tfae Eisenhower motorcade moved from the square down an avenue packed 10 deep with screaming cheering Moroccans Thirty motorcycle police escort ed the American visitor into Casa blanca the last stop on his spec tacular tour of three continents Moroccan women in veils shrilled tradition al Moroccan shout of excitement Madrid wbwfc his Weiccfnv similarly eiuliu siastic rode through the city in an open car beside King Moham mad V Both were standing Wearing a broad grin the Pres ident waved his hat to the shout ing Moroccans many in the bur nooses and colorful robes char acteristic of the country The President frequently ex tended his arms in greeting When See 4 Col 2 Pilot Tells Of Midair mands one worst storms to hitj There was no immediate Philippines in recent memory however that any of the smaller Commuter train and subway Indala Red Cross jeft at least 20 persQns dead 27 companies were ready to offerto i Off ice had performed the cere thinking she was a justice o1 h LITTLE ROCK Ark was pretty helpless for what seemed like an But it was only a matter of see in the winter season in Pennsyltjme vania rusn Actually winter began at jjy bus A M today and the blanket of j themselves travel was reported mostly i Chapter today put out an appeal jfor items of furniture for a fammissinS and during the early morning hours but those who tried lly burned out last week tjniontown Theft UNIONTOWN Pa AP Burglars cracked a safe at the Eagles lodge here early today and took It was another in a series of recent burglaries and holdups in the Uniontown area white piled up overnight The snow accompanied by siib freezing temperatures forced clos ing of many schools throughout the commonwealth and made driv ing hazardous See 4 Col 4 Long Holiday In Homer Stores HOMER CITY Businessmen and employes of most Honker City stores enjoy a threeday holi day weekend for Christmas Ray Phillippi secretary of the Superior Auto Accessories Co closing noon Thursday All uncall for layaways put on open sale Wednesday afternoon 110 and car soon found snagged in jams on slippery streets and parkways Mr and Mrs Donald Scott Ros siter lost their furnishings in a fire that destroyed their Many of the buses in the outjtrailer home They have two sons lying sections of the city halted by stalled cars At bus stops scores of persons were were some Denny 5 and Ronald 2 They are in need of kitchen furniture a childs bed and dres shivering in 23degree Iser or a cntst of drawers The queued up weather The official snowfall reading for the city was seven inches shortly before 7 a m However the 16 Red Cross is providing the basic needs for the family Christmas items of the family were also destroyed 10 persons dead some onds as Air Force Lt Theodore hour accumulation at that time Persons who have items of fur was knee deep in windpiled drifts inture to to the family are in some places asked to call the local chapter The onset of genuine winter iot ljie Red actually got a55678 less official reports said today The typhoon also dealt a stag gering blow to the Philippines coconut industry the largest in the world The 120mile winds ripped through coconut plantations in the rich thickly populated ceni tral nila Authorities said it might take four years for the coconut jndus try to recover peace However it came f A W5ekend she had I copilotseat local union leaders any more jtailed to qualify for a twoyear I of a ctiopled B47 jet bomber home than the industrys top negotiating j by not taking oath of hurtling toward snow covered i Art in tha fin j team has offered McDonald Joffle in the prescribed 90day Each company has its own conjperiod tract with the union even thought The Superior Court jurist the bargaining up to now has been i Miss Foster 38 that technical jly the couples might not be mar the on an industrywide basis See 4 Col ground of northwest Ontario Can Gravjty force held him when he tried to get out jada told down The B47 collided with a jet fighter at feet last Thurs ic uuvviuy pupumica islands 150 miles south of MajM I V O I jl V6H Cancer Research BEAVER FALLS Pa AP i towns Chamber of Commerce said today that most stores will remain closed on Saturday They will of course be closed on Christi mas Day Friday as well as Sun day The vacation will begin at 6 on Christmas Evct head start on the official begin ning of the season at a m was a startling change from had been an unusually warm De Cross at Indiana 27 some A launch rnc atvIUi ill ill cember There previously had been last Friday and were badly hit and homes swept away reported missing ear lier with 100 teachers aboard was reported safe to give to the Dec 4 bywTss y llss jried but they entered into i ceremonies in good faith 1 feel 000 feet before Adams 24 from they are actually married Greenville S got out I would not entertain arryj Finally Adams twisted out of his jXcourt he continued toseat and the fuselage Wind question ehe legality of the marforce held him down I pushed and then I was out Still Grady Blackburn 22 and in space just falling My limbs day The bomber was down to only Inside The Gazette sunny Tlie snowfall ended at 9 a ant a bright sun shone The New York Central See 4 Col PITTSBURGH AP Union I negotiators and the Equitable Gas l Co agreed on a settlement pro the temperature was around iposal today in the strlke of some 600 service employes The strikers members of United Mine Workers Local 12050 will vote on the proposed settlement tonight Terms of the proposed agreement were not disclosed i Homer City Legion party tonite 59 Regulars 44 Robins began I 109x Fund University of Pittsburgh for cer research The two organizations disputing what to do with the money since 1956 when the Beaver County Cancer Society split off the national organization and backing the local werent Finally he opened the chute and taking any chances They decided anded in a tree He climbed down to go through the ceremony again jmto three of snow keP This time before Justice of theiwarm al1 niSht by the fire of the Peace C W Hanes burning plane Inside the wreck age lay the bodies of two other Superior Auto Accessories Co members of the crew Lts Lloyd IIA Horn 27 of Boise lilaho and Slower Pace to 6 DREW PEARSON Even jet age travel has some drawbacks experience on editorial page 6 Times Closing In Read Drew Pearsons 4 BASKETBALL Blairsville wins its seventh game Elders Ridgiloses its jjeventh See details on sports page 16 and 17 Other Features 4lddmi limp Mirror 16 1 lti17 ICdltarUl 1ft 4 Society Spurty World 1415 Superior Auto Accessories Co closing noon Thursday All uncall ed for layaways put on open sale Wednesday afternoon 110 Living Costs Soar To New Record High In November United ed for layaways put on open saleCarlton A Hunt 26 of Oklahoma Wednesday afternoon 110 City Okla fourth nieniber of the crew jCapt Roy Minor 34 of Manches i ter hud bailed out with out trouble Adams told his story to news men upon his return to Little Rock Air Force Base Monday night Search teams are still seeking Lt Gaylor B Trau 27 of Garner Iowa pilot of the F102 fighter Illini Picks Elliot Dickey and Sat and Pugh closed Fri llOx COSls uPward to Another alli new peak time high in November but the The Move price index advanced to awill bring pay increases to about CHAMPAIGN III Elliott for the last three years lootbalJ coach al the University of California in Berkeley today About meat packing workwas named head coach at Illinois saidiers will get an hourly wage boost He succeeds Ray Eliot whg re who get coslof under union con WEATHER i Kair and cold tonight Low 12 to 22 Wednesday not as cold with a chance ol enow increasing SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS workers November rise was less living increases Give a beautiful Fruit was al a slower Pace lhan marked than in September andtracts Shortys Fruit Market Wayne Ave in olher recent months the govOctober and Kwan Clague com EM I09x ernment reported today missioner of labor statistics Consumer prices advanced less he looks for relative price stabilof one cent and 55000 aircralt tired after the 1959 season Indiana than onetenth of one per cent to ity untilnext spring workers will get two cents The1 uwvs a per CeU above lhei A downtrend in workers are in scattered ini S Kunfcte lumbW Ho iwxa average A month earlier prices helped check the November dustries and will variously get one mer witl elosed noon S H Green Stamos with TCCu Were cenl rise the illdex The bl three cents an hour more 24 every purchaS Rogers jlwelry lhf base tlu Upside Wre increases in The also ll ul lhc MM Ume ln stvtn fhargis tor services and for durthat the buying power of factory months that prices as measured able goods including Dcuutnui rruil the Labor Departments The NovemlHr rise in Schroth Lumber closed Dec 25 through Open Mon Dec 28 Dec 27 Dickey and Pugh closed iw autos workers dropped by twotenths of shorty s Irun Mutktil Waymt the index 4 Col   

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