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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Fellows this Is yottr last wanv Ing Tomorrow is the day before Christmas Get shopping Volume 110 Twenty Peges Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday December 23 1959 EDITION Two Sections Sevun Centt White Twfjj Board OKs Jointure Continuation Way Clear For Action On Building Harness Betting Law Hit HARRISBURG The way has been paved for the continuation of a secondary school jointure enj Indiana Borough White and Armstrong townships White Twp directors this week passed a resolution call ing for the jointure which in cludes grades seven thiough 12 Indiana Borough and Armstrong Township boards previously passed similar res olutions Introducing the resolution at the meeting of the White Twp board was Dr Kenneth Sayers newly elected member of the unit The board passed a similiar resolution Pennsylvania Council of in October but with new members Churches today claimed a on the board Indiana and Armnew law to permit county strong directors requested the new ferenda on parimutuel harness board take action reaffirming the race betting will open the October resolution door to Qther formg of The present contract for the secized gambling in the state jointure is scheduled to ex R p a IhScboJS cS Pa tinuation of the jointure The secondary school jointure keeps junior and senior high school in any way to encourage students in the three districts unvoter opposition at the grqss der one administrative rule roots level Included in the resolution adoptGov David L Lawrence signed cd by the White Twp board was the controversial measure Tues thc stipulation that all planning day without comment It specifies nealed for the beginning of conthat voting in the counties be lim of a new joint high ited to primary electrons school be given immediate consid council regrets the action Of tne said Ports The A new agreement will be charted council believes that it will open for the jointure which will become the door to extending parimutuel effective July 1 1960 betting and other forms of gam The resolution passed I The governors action paves the special way for appointment of an unsftl aried threemember commission IKE ENDS 11NATION JOURNEY LJ M U I A A torney said the organization jointure assist local church groups Gazette Family Greetings Today A Merry Christmas and greet ings of best wishes of the holiday are extended by the Indiana Eve ning Gazette to all its readers As a part of this greeting the Gazette publishes today two pages of pictures of the younger mem bers of the Gazette family See fifty reasons why the Ga zette staff is joyous over the cele bration of Christmas on page 4 and 5 rnously on a roll call vote Other business at the was routine Ed Building Bids ForlSTCSet Urge Lewis To Remain Active NEW YORK AP Thomas Kennedy who is expected to be the next president of the United Mine Workers says John L Lewis should stay active in the union as president emeritus j Kennedy said Tuesday night on arriving from Europe that he will ask the unions executive board to create a post of president emeritus jfor Lewis j He said he also would ask Lewis ito remain as chairman of the miners welfare and retirement fund and to keep his eat on the i joint unionindustry board to ex pand the coal market i Kennedy 72 who now is vice o 1 president of the union is slated MINNEAPOLIS Minn AP to take over the presidency next G1LDA GRAY DIES Gilda Gray above shimmy queen of the silent screen era collapsed and died here today at the age of 56 while visiting a friend See story on page AP Wirephoto Judges Say Governor Off Base ito supervise licensing of ations seeking to install parinju I rnel betting machines at tracks i where trotters and pacers pull j A source close to the governor said Lawrence will wait until afjer lhree federal Jud8es today month from Lewis 79 who has the holidays to name the commistnat Gov Orville L Freeman held the post for years Relays Merry Christmas From Foreign Nations By WILLIAM F ABBOGAST WASHINGTON EisenhoJer relayed a Merry Christmas from major areas of the fret world to as he returned from his historic peace mission to light a Christmas tree in his own backyard I A shivering but enthusiastic crowd shouted greetings as the President drove into the White House grounds shortly after midnight Thus ended a trip mostly by jet that started Dec 3 and took Eisenhower to 11 nations on three longest ever by an Ame ican presi dent in office Ike Speaks To Nation About Trip WASHINGTON The welcoming delegation es timated by police at close to was far short of the millions that greeted the President on his 19 day tour of personal diplomacy but they waited in windy 20de gree weather to cheer Eisenhower on his return They waved giant sparklers that brilliantly lighted PennsylvaniaEisenhowers broadcast late Today avenue as Eisenhower nodded hisis expected to amount to the first appreciation Then after the chiefinstallment of a serial report to executive had entered the Whitethe people on his tireecontinent House they burst into a serenade tour It is planned as a prelimin of Christmas carols ary listing of impressjions Half an hour earlier a smaller White House press secretary official delegation met the Presi1 James C Hagerty gave newsmen dent at Andrews Air Force Base i that advance word on Eisenhow 15 miles away in nearby Maryjers part in ceremonies at which land Waiting as the big jet will light the national Christ touched down after a onestop HARRISBURG will j n u ment State struction projects at Pennsylvania gjjState University and 11 state teachers colleges The projects will provide facili ties for 1 sion The new agency will function went beyond his authority in using State Agriculture DepartNational Guardsmen to shut down the strikebound Wilson Co pproval came luss packing plant at Albert Lea Minn after the council They told the company it could to veto the bill reopen the plant I we are sure that the Protestant j The judges held Freeman had churches of the Commonwealth no absolute power to declare will express themselves in anytial law at Albert Lea local option and that the council j Their blind deaf crippled and mentally stancf to assist in retarded children y said Ports A total of will be spent j See HarnessPage 2 tol 7 for all the institutions The bids school and allocation Jan 6 Penn State Bloomsburg California Indiana Weve worked together a long and He said he plans to cooperate the merged AFL and CIO on i matters of common interest Howi MISSING MR MOKEMr Moke a talented chimpanzee shown recent picture was taken from his cage Monday night at the St Louis Zoo Police arc looking for the chimps former owner who sold him to the zoo last October for Mr Moke billed as the worlds only talking was due to become the star of the zoos 1960 chimp show flight from Morocco were Mrs Ejsenhpwer President Rich ard M Nixon Cabinet ofdvirs members of the diplomatic corps and other officials mas tree Eisenhower also w iday greetings His carried by Km television networks radio networks It 11 extend hol tajk will be CBS and NBC and all the also will be was bus Twp Wolfenden ruling barred Freeman the National Guard from in1 terfcrring with the companys iness trp He returned with his right to have free and unlimited access to the plant The court panel granted a of its injunction until Say Steelworkers Reject Firms Offer WASHINGTON AP Union President David J At Andrews the President spoke broadcast abroad by the Voice of briefly saying that everywhere hejAmerica went he was given a message of Hagerty said he doesnt think Merry Christmas to convey to the there will be any leigthy formal people of the United States report on the goodwill mission Hepromised a fuller though from which Eisenhuwer returned still brief report on his travels Tuesday night Rather he said when he formally lights the na tional Christmas tree late today The President appeared to have withstood the rigors of his piigri better than many of those he expects Eisenhower to use what he learned on his travels in statements and will be making from the State McDonald said today Steelworkers are voting overwhelm are commented James C Hawill be a continuin Sunday however to permit the state an appeal to a U S Circuit tended the Internationa confelS fte las steVcompanles A postcard poll by the union ol its members is running itary I It 1 MA I A F who accompanied him I message to Congressl next month Hes in better shape than wej Hagerty saijl I think it matter in White House press secrestead of a oneshot Todays ceremonies will 93 per cent for rejection of the offer he told newsmen 1 McDonald said postcards have been tabulated r After Christmas wth Mrs at White place in the ellipse Operators of motor vehicles in ships rejection of the industrys settlement terms The union has about members C Gilbert Wolfenden Indiana Court i Lock Haven Shippensburg businessman last night was elect Freeman declared martial law D Jed president of the White Tovyniat Albert Lea on Dec 11 afterjVjn Bids Jan 13 jship Planning Commission at broke out at the plant Cheyney West meeting involving pickets and nonunion East Stroudsburg Paul Kaufman was elected viceworkmen who had been hired byIndiana Borough were warned to McDonald said the members Kutztown president and Mike Wida the seci the company to replace strikers idaV not to in reserved areas voting in the postcard poll do not Iretary treasurer Other members But the court told the governor01 in no parking zones jsign their names and are not iden In Indiana a onestory fireresj0f the group are Wilbert its decision today he has Burgess G W Marbach said testified in any way thus making it sistive structure will connect with and Robert Carson i absolute authority to declare marirfay tnat cars Parked illegally will a secret ballot i iA I I il weekend vacation for his cottage Augusta to remain the White House from 5 to Eastern Standard Time Eisen hower plans to speak nearly 15 al the Keith School at the northeast These White Township residents tial by a glass corridor A decwere recently named by the town orutive screen of monochromaship supervisors to comprise the will i group which will be responsible for providing the township with plans I be towed away with the costs add Military rule cannot be to tne fine for Peking viola posed upon a community simply j j more I tion Five Children Of Family Die In Blaze most until time for the session of Congress starting Jan 6 Between now and then and for months afterwards diplomats and See 2 Col 1 addresses he tirrfe to time of take south of the minutes during the h turn on the lights Maine spruce Eisenhower spent morning today with dent Richard M N tic amber cathedral glass adorn the entrance door Exterior walls will be of alter1 for proper and controlled growth nating panels of brick and oyster and plans for adequate community white porcelain enamel above and service for present residents i k i below aluminum projected sash j This group will make reconv I rOlfl IxlllS Interior walls will be of painted mendations to the supervisors cnj masonry block with acoustical cerning matters on which thev UNIONTOWN Pa AP See 2 Col 4 feel action should be taken McDonald talked with reporters before going into a bargaining SLANT Va AP Five chil session called by federal mediadren in one family died today in jLarqe Plane because it may seem tobe morej Improperly parked cars particu tors with industry expedient than to enforce the in the business district are lives OVJUimvcai See JudgesPage 2 7 The union president made somei Virginia area The father and two fc fire which swept their mountain I home in this rugged southwest The chief executiv and was at h i Nixon came in a HARRISBURG Montlor the catching up the White House said was just a general catching got a sound s desk at 9 ttle after 10 as Hagerty the heavy automobile traffic of thejthing of B mystery of wh ne was other children escaped with inju holiday season absem why he had been absent I The victims ranged in age from he was shopping 3 to 12 They were the children at for Superior Auto Accessories Co by the to fly chartered passenger i C j pp A I firm J Dickey Sat was killed Tuesday as his car col and Pugh closed Brunos Dining Room and IJded with a Baltimore Ohio 11 Ox closed Dec 25 26th freight train near here Indiana Firemen responded to an night at Plaza Shopp A fire was report sengers and another for 28 pas1 stove was besenders cause Deputy The PUC in authorizing the center Sheriff Kyle Baker said the fire service Tuesday said it will service laundry in Firemen ret fire station within a Soys Pontiff In Christmas Things Institutions The State For Man Not Man VATICAN CITY AP Pope trace their origins chiefly to tjhis humanity new conflicts new massaid that the pacification which John XX11I declared in aChristsource that man has been trtfatsacres new destruction Church prays for is complete is a new labor contract in overheated Brunos Dining Room and Bar the stores of the mighty This ijCVPd ho th closed Dec 25 26th lllxB store I have found tr i Superior Auto Accessories Co Dead are James Edward GibWlthin Pennsylvania c S Kunkle Lum closing noon Thursday All uncallson 12 Tnenia Elizabeth 10 Sue only sma11 planes were City will be led for layaways put on open sale Ella 8 Bobby Joe 5 and GeraJtor charter service Wednesday afternoon 110 dine 3 to the g Center d in a self he shopping rned to the hour after ed Dec 24 unti ing Dec 28 Two other daughters Nancy Dance Xmas nite Homer City Dance New Years Eve 102 Soand Melba are hospitalized with LeBionSkX Tones lllx Superior Auto Ac kol Club Blair Reservation callserious burns ni Thursd Gridlev 98695 or Blair HViR Mi ii DlckeV and Pugh closed Fri ed for layaways put Ml 1J05K Mu Mrs separated from and Sat llOxlWrfnettfov CoralGraceton hire Co party nite Wed tfx message to the world today that things and institutions ed almost exclusively as a ina ly impossible if it is mistaken for chine a piece of merchandise There is not a state of a yielding or a relaxation of its the primarily for man worthless cog in some great inahe said but neither is therefirmness in the face of ideologies not man for a mere productive un iand systems of life which are in The Communist way of life was he said j The Pope spoke in Italian in reproclaimed and irreducible oppo f obvious target of the 78year Obviously referring to President spouse to Christmas greetings sition to the Catholic teachin old Roman Catholic pontiff though Eisenhowers 11nation peace tpur from the College of Cardinals His nor does it denote indifference be he did not mention communism i and other recent international da1 message was broadcast by the lore the lamentation which comes1 by name in a speech devoted tovelopments he said the most reVatican radio and various us even now from the unhappy peace and the obstacles in its cent events have caused an Utpean networks lands where the rights of man are path Jmosphere of socalled disengage Pope John again without namignored and falsehood is the1 Broadcasting a new call forment which has caused hopes to ing communism referred sadly to adopted system world leaders to fashion a true blossom anew in many Pope Pius XII his prede1 Still lesj can one forget the peace he said social peace Your Last Chance a true blossom anew in many Pope Pius XII his prede1 Still less can one forget eace is He described the international j cessor described as the Churclv sorrowful of Silence there where basis peace as above all i of Silence in Communistruled the contessors of the faith rivalj trutn lands He declared the Church and ing the early Christian martyrs He said the Roman members in those countries ave exposed to sufferings and The disturbances which unsetChurch looks with favor on hold firm torments without end for the tied the internal peace of initiative wliich can help spaiej It needs still to be he Sue 2 CoJ i solidly based on the mutual and reciprocal respect for the dignity of iGridley 98695 or Blair 1355R Mu by the her husband and lives elsewhere 3 Trapped Moms Have Babies OK RED BANKS N J AP Three women who were trapped in a snowstorm in their way toi give birth were in good condition today after all delivered babies safely in Riverview Hospital Police emergency vehicles res cued the women after two hours when their ambulances bogged down with 400 other cars near here Tuesday Mrs Thomas Fragasso and Mrs John Purcell each had a boy Mrs R H Chromsczak hud a girl Inside The GazeMe SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS MARK Veterans of World War 11 will want to read about t who said Nuts to the German otlW to sunemler Column on page B BASKETBALL Head Hie roundup of tlie scholastic games played 1 this urea ou sports pages 14 and 15 Other Features t AUdUm s Mirror I outlet IKIS ltt17 Croiauardk KditoiUl Hospital Ik tf 18 WwM READ OUR ADS Brunos Dining Room and Bur closed Dec 25 26th lllxB Purly every fnursUay WEATHER Cloudy and cold with occasional snow day Low loniyhl lei to lio Higli ut If hour then on a 70foot part of the Vice Presi con in what Here Ho closed noon Mou morn lllx essories Co All uncall on open sale 110 e Genera See t in and   

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