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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper Tnat Every Member of the Family Stores will now begin to do 1 Chopping business in exchahgihg yesterdays gifts Volume I 12 Twelve Pages County JMK mf Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday December 26 1959 Telephone HO 55555 EDITION Seven Cent Rossifer Boy 14 Dies In OneCar Accident Lad In Serious Condition ROSSITER One youth killed another seriously ured and a third slightly injured in a one car accident two miles south of Rossiter Thursday afternoon on Route 33 according to State Police from the Punxsutawney sta tion Killed was Glynii Cam eron 14 son of Mr and Mrs Earl Cameron Clinton Ilossiter Larry Guiclash 11 also of Rossiter continued to be list ed serious1 in Adrian Hospi tal Punxsutawney He sufrolled fcred a possible skull fracture and contusions and lacera CLYMER MAN SLAYS WIFE SELF ON CHRISTMAS EVE GLYNN CAMERON accident victim Weather and Cloudy and unseasonably warm this weekend Chance of occasional light rain or drizzle today and tonight Low tonight 42 east Showers Sunday with high in upper 56s over an embankment struck a tree broadside Damage to the car was esti r TT Time of the acci tiuns of the body He remaindent was 3 eel unconscious today djed Adrian Both Cameron and Guidash were i at Thursday Death wasi passengers in a car operated by attributed to a broken neck j harlcs Larry Bair 20 The deceased was a ninth grade D 1 Bair is reported in satisstudent at the Punxsutawney Joint England factory condition in the PunxsuHigh School where he was a mem1 Cameron was born in Coventer tawney Hospital with possible inber of the Future Farmers of England on May 26 1945 His ternal injuries and lacerations of America body may be viewed at the the face and body He is survived by his parents Schenkemeyer Funeral Home in State Police said the Bair veand two sisters Kay Candis Punxsutawney after 7 today hide was headed at a high rate both at home Services will be conducted at the of speed down a grade when it Also surviving are the youths funeral home Monday at 2 skidded on an icy spot on the paternal grandparents MY Rev Sigurd Kristiansen will con road Mrs Merle Cameron Rossiter duct the services Interment will After skidding sideways on the and maternal grandmother be at the Union Cemetery the car left the road Mrs Beatrice Alexander Head Rossiter Highway Mishaps Ma Holiday For Countians Accidents on Indiana County highways mounted during AI Jaw llc Christmas holiday according to State Police from the OC7C7IV I dy Indiana substation Although local State Police report no fatalities State fl O6IZUP6 Police from Punxsutawney report the death of Glynn f t Cameron 14 Rossiter in a onecar accident two miles south C3l Rossiter Thursday afternoon Details of this accident are vx I lYiawillllwd reported above hit a car headon coming in the V PITTSBURGH AP State Su None of the accidents reported opposite direction prcme Court has been asked to by the Indiana substation State Operator of the other vehicle prevent the seizure and destrucPolice resulted in hospitalization of was listed as Boyd Fipef of Cres tion of multiple coin pinball i r 1 those injured according to Indiana Sln cnines pending an appeal of the courts ruling that the machines offcials H3ef at he a e PeODle were mJlired m a ler Hospital and released twocar collision Dec 24 about Wiggins received a laceration of Anthony Cavalcante a Uniontwo and a half niiles east of ln the accordjng to poiice and a town attorney representing a num djana Ol Roule 422 about passenger in the Wiggins car Wal1 ber of machine owners in south pm ter WjoginSi Indiana R D western Pennsylvania said he Leonard T Strong 27 Penn Run suffered a laceration and possible filed a petition with the court R D i said crossed the fractures of the right hand iluirsday center line and struck a car com Damage to each vehicle was es After Supreme Court ruled the ing in the opposite direction opertimated at machines illegal gambling de utud by Dorothy I Stutzman 38 In other accidents State Police1 vices State Atty Gen Anne X Vintondale R D 1 said a car operated by Guy Groin Alpern said any found in the state Police said Strong received a ley 53 Marion Center R D 1 gol after Jan 1 would be seized Holiday Tragedy Claims Lives Of Samuel Kitchens By BILL HASTINGS News Editor Eve at a Clymer home was turn ed into a nightmare when a 52yearold unemployed man murdered his wife and then took his own life with a 12 gauge shotgun At home when the shots knifed through the midnight air were three of the couples terrorstricken children and a daughterinlaw Dead are Mr and Mrs Samuel Doyle Kitchen parents of eleven children Kitchen died instantly while his wife succumbed to a chest wound while being rushed to Indiana Hospital Police said the dual shootings were the apparent out growth of a bout with a whiskey Kitchen reportedly shot his wife as she was standing in the back doorway of their home Police said he then reloaded the singleshot I weapon and fired a blast into left breast 306 Deaths Mar Holiday AFTERMATH OF body of Samuel Kitchen 52yearold Clymer man is lifted into an ambulance following the murdersuicide at liis homton Christmas Eve Loading Kitchen In reconstructing the crime ClyI M A It mer Police Chief Joseph said he received a call about S awi from Rosetta Cracken a neighbor of the kitch ens who said Mr Kitchen has shot his wife better get an Mrs Kitchen Krolick stated was still living when an ambulance arrived at the scene Dead in the snow several feet away was her husband Cpl Joseph M Hickey of the By The Assppiafed Traffitt 257 22 Miscellaneous 24 Total 306 Death spirit damped the Christmas on the nations highway into the ambulance are 1 to Clymer Police Chief Joseph Krolick Bence Logan Bence and Harry by Pennsylvania Kitchen had State Police said Saturday A steadily mounting re cord of of last In Serious Strongstown Area Fire Burns Woman At Least 14 Deaths On Weekend By The Associated Press At least 14 persons have died in apparently been years authorities throughout the HejpleM for redmibled safety efforts added that a son Charles and his wife arrived home from Clevei As the halfway of tiie Maud about 7 oclock in the eveitn feeday holiday neared more ajng i than seven persons lost their lives Charles told police he went in accidents involving town and located his father in aCais famsuM tavern Kitchen and his son spokesman for the National turned to their Mines St homeSafety Counal motorists to and reportedly opened a fifth of use extreme caution during the whiskev hours He blamed the i We had several drinks on weather Charles told police The son then and heavy traffic left with his brother Richard to see some laceration of the lip and the other ing north on Route 80 about 8 Cavalcante said he and Atty operator suffered a laceration of Thursday went out of control afi accidents during the Jacob Kossman of Philadelphia the forehead ler being struck by a passing ve 47yearold woman was severely Christmas holiday in are preparing to appeal to the Damage to the Strong vehicle hide and crashed into a pole burned last night when a gasoline stove exploded and de nia Thirteen were traffic victims S Supreme Court on grounds the was estimated at and to Police said the Gromley vehicle stroyed a farm home on the StrongstowntoHeilwood road Unlike last year no one has en apparently drank the rest State Supreme Court ruling was the Stuzman auto See photo on was struck on the rear bumper by ln serious condition in Memorial Hospital Johnstown died in lires or in other nonhighitne whiskey possibly 24 or 26 Contrary to due process of Page 12 a vehicle that failed to stop sendjs Mrs Trexler She is being trented for second and way for tlie holiday persnot glasses ihpn uwu tn He said the state has no right Two other people were injured ing the Gromley vehicle into the d eBree burns uUhe fac e back buttocks and hands to seize machines while Seven deaths an hour could See SOB 3 Col three day for Barnesboro According to Cpl Hickey Kitch T he pares an appeal and while Slate Thursday at about a mile and to the pole The explosion was triggered as Supreme Court still holds the recand a half south of Glen Campbell Two cars collided according to MrsTrexler was attempting to orris of the case on Route 80 the police at the brow of a hill light the gasoline stove He said that if Miss Alpern According to the report a ear jiut west on Indiana on Route 422 Flames from the explusion des carries out her threat to destroyoperated by T W Wiggins 5ti Thursday at troyed the twostory frame house the machines after Jan 1 1 think Shelocta R D 3 apparently skid It is reported a car operated by located on what is known as the s will be misinterpreting the ded on an icy spot of a curve and See 3 Col 7 HI reply Miss Alpern said it Unless the United States Su preme Court or any other court grunts a stay the machines will be confiscated after January first 1 do not interpret the law in the same way that Mr Cavalcante in his desperation interprets A slay is a court order that temporarily prevents the carrying out of a previous order The case originated in Fayette County in 1957 when the state seized 1 machines to lesl the legality of the devices The coun ty court Stale Superior Court and Stale Supreme Court all ruled them illegal gambling devices The Supreme Court recently refused to hear the case again Use Standins For Nativity 4f DALLAS Tex depart ment store manikin and a loy doll were starvJins Chirstmas Day for Mary and the Christ child in a nativity scene here Somebody stole the original 4 foolhigh statue of Mary and the Babe about midnight Christmas old Weiland farm Thomas Woodring Nanty G 1 o fire chief estimated damages at but he added that his esti mate does not include the furniture and other contents He said the Innise was owned by Beilchick Brothers of Barnesboro R D Mrs Trexlers husband suffered minor burns of the hands while he was carrying his wife from the house An unidentified motorist spotted the flames anil turned in the alarm to tie Nanty Glo Fire De partment Also answering the alarm was volunteer firemen from Spangler Chief Wuodring said the was out of control when his de partment arrived on the scene In addition to the Trexlers the house was occupied by their two unmarried sons and a married son Eugene his wife and their baby Hugelie and his family were not at home when the fire broke out and then went to iod from i Thursday until sleeP on tne livinS room floor NEW YORK AP Merge midnight Sunday Three daughters Helen Joyce terms have been agreed upon by Last Christmas 12 persons burnand Charles wife anddirectors of Aeronca Manufactur ed to death and two died in other MrsKitchen also retired for Co of Middletown Ohio and accidents in addition to the BuensodSlacey Inc of New York traffic dealhs Helen told police she was awak Buensod Stacey makes air con In four of the pedestrians acened about midnight by a noise ditioning equipment and humidi cidents the drivers didnt slop She told investigators fiers 1959 sales are estimated at See At 3 Col 5 she heard my father choking my more than 12 million dollars mother and beating Stockholders are expected to Eagles Sat night dance Ken She called to me to go for meet in February to vole on tha Maurey See 3 Col 3 proposal Hopes for Peace This Christmas Happiest Most Peaceful Since WWII Mans hopes for peace on earth in revolutionary Cuba and diehard Lard in the biggest demonstration brightened todayafter the guerrillas holding out in the of faith there iu esl and most relayed Christmasjungles of Malaya In Romt Pope John XXUf Ihe world has known since World The outpouring of good will on from the balcony of St Peters War II Christmas 1959 tended to minimize Basilka gave his blessing to the Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushthesn isolated trouble spots and spoke of peace on earth chev agreed on the holiday celeever in the prayerful hopes for as Ihe gilt of Heaven for sin GRADh Yugoslavia AP prating the birth of Christ to an peace by millions cere men I wo miners perished ami IS suftfastWesi summit amfervnce in For Christians the focal point Christian religious services injuries when a truck carryparjs Spnni though he urged of the religious celebrations held also behind the Iron Curtain ZMiners Killed HI i lriilav miners plunged into the ail alternate dale to ihe Wests remained in Bethlehem with the in the Soviet Uiuoa which River in Bosnia for a stari April 27 A rites which have bttn carried officially mocks religion niijht the ollicial news meeting then might keep him down through the centuries un The Soviet utws agency Toss lanjug reported away from the Soviet May Day changed in the changing world in a rare report ou religious eveati celebration one of the ComPilgrims from West and Fast quoted Latvias livangelkillLuth nuinists biggest holidays flocked to the little town where tran Archbishop Gustav Turs M Peace far from was bom lo pay homage calling Christmas a festival ot Odd Fatality Dance tonight Club Savoy sic by Rockets Mu 112x Club closed Sat Tues IHx iOlTH KILLKU ONE SEKIOLS UttlVEK OKUlynn Cameron 14yearold youth met death Thursday while riding as a in this auto on Route 3at two miles south of Rossiier according to Stale Police Another passenger Larry Guidash 11 also of Rossiier re mains sinous in Adrian Hospital The operator Charles Larry Bair UU K D 1 is reporUd Arthurwith rebellion in Algeria troop PIITSBUKGH AP Robbins 62 of Pittsburgh in Iran and Iraq ten crushed to death Thursday besion along the IndiaChina clothes tween a building and a moving unrest in Frenchowned Martini Thousands attended i ail road carat the Jones Laughque bombardrncii of the Chinese Catholic and Protestant 1m Steel liaiclwoud uiili Nauuualisi oilahore waadeie4 at a manger where lay a iympeace bolic statue of an infant m Fur Hit first time iu years an American Rooyui Cath Roman olic priest officiated at mi services mass in Moscow lor he Holy 4   

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