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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 30, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family It seems to take more than a cop pinching them to make some speeders wake up City Wednesday HUMPHREY TOSSES HAT INTO RING I Majority Of Vote Enough For Race Bill Says Alpern Legislative Pions Own Ike Schedules State Of Union Address Jan 7 Intent Cited Jn Ruling HARRISBURG AP ParinuitueJ betting at harness race tracks will he legal if approved by the majority of persons voting in county re ferenda the stale attorney general has ruled If the Legislature of Penn AtTrTicTA r t n j i u n 1 sylvania had intended to re Eisenhower will de fcuire over 50 per cent of Stfle Je message to Congress in person registered voters to vote in Jan 7 the day after a new session opens annual budget message will be submitted to the Seward Death Quiz By Police GREENSBURG Pa AP A man was being held for question ing today in the death of John Sendric 66 of Seward Westmore iland County State police did not I reveal his name Sendric died Tuesday in Mercy Hospital Pittsburgh of head in juries Police said Sendrics head hit a sidewalk apparently when he was ejected from a hotel in Seward Saturday order to authorize it in a par ticular county it could have said so In lanuguage clear and Anne X Al pern said in a statement Tuesday favor of harness racing in T T legislators on Monday Jan 20 and the economic message two days later The schedule was set up today when Eisenhower conferred with two aides who flew down from Washington the assistant to the I i President Wilton B Persons and un Expected On Eve of 60 Play Train Using 2 Real Diesel Engines RICHMOND Va AP Some It has not done she C L L speech writer Malcolm Moos Per added The language used by tho CVG OT OU jsons has been talking with con body decided to play train in a legislature has been construed by Igressional leaders about the way with two diesel the courts in similar situations to The old passes away and the in8 of lne messages engines of the Atlantic Coast Line mean a majority of those voting new begins Thursday The trio spent nearly hours j Qne of the diesels made a 67 on the and across the land people will fllis morning smoothing out lanmjie unattended run It was final Miss Alpern made the statement 8reet the nour in 1uiet or in a draft of the State of jy St0pped by two trainmen from after a question arose on the mini There will be parties and praythe Umon messa8e the cllief the Chesapeake Ohio who drove ber of voters necessary to approve ers parades and paper hats brought with him when to a spot near Charlottesville got parimuuicl betting in county refnivals and contemplation There ine arnved here Sunday for a erenda will be remembering and hoping weeks The harness race law signed There witl he crowds and people recently by Gov Lawrence specalone Tnere wil1 spending HER bandaged Leo Lavertue 11 shares his sick bed with his twoyearold sister Rachel one of five brothers and sisters he rescued when fire destroyed their home in near Ottawa Sunday Leo who suffered second degree burns broke a window and led the youngsters to safety on a neighbors roof when the flames trapped them upstairs AP Wirephoto a majority of the electorPlmS and the songs of choirs ate vvould be necessary to ap Millie Millions of men and women will prove the proposal Websters Untake part in services in abridged dictionary defines the cathedrals and village chapels word electorate as all of the pondering the past aird regarding A registered the New Years promise It would be unfair to those who Other millions will flock to ho a into a engine pulled along side and into the runaway and cut off the i throttle The other engine made it only i half a mile before a nonoperating i generator brought it to a halt i Both of the Th ousa nds F Storm n New England Area hlark imi BOSTON of persons fled their tinCl Pill PIC i j i i i 1 rf A i yard engines were idling on sephundreds were rescued and damage was recorded in the I Q prate tracks at the ACL trom a record ocean tide which gave New house n South Richmond about 4 one of its worst coastal floods are opposed to harness racing to tcls and night clubs to reinforce ROSCOE S D their throttles locked in a Communities along 30 miles of the Greater Boston HdCe CxPISIS their cheer with numbers I11ovn8 passenger train slammed neutral position their brakes on shoreline suttered the brunt of the flood devastation as the comedians noise and danciminto a car here eary today killingand lights out Atlantic Ocean spurted a stormy anger from Maine to New Kl girls More revelers will whoop U four Persons One was the survivi Then at startled Tnpsrlav iVXlllN or of a ninedeath highway saw engine No 148 calm See 5 Col 8 Drinking Water Being Polluted In many places special events and customs mark the New Year i T he riitional criering in to usher in 19HO beginning at i See 5 Col 6 CHICAGO drinking Water is being polluted by nun A tt dreds of new chemical products yy MM 6 whose effects on human health are totally unknown a water ex jperl warned today i These include plastics deter gents and insecticides and cannot be completely removed from wa ter now by standard methods said WASHINGTON Poston of Chicago administration is We do not have reliable methwide range of up on the streets on New Years Day two years roll past and head down the tracks It got only as far as a dead were Elmer however before the gen Cherry ville holds its the driver and his three pasjerator forced it to grind to a stop sengers Edwin A check with the roundhouse Tommy Sweetland 13 and showed that engine No 240 also Wilbert Beck 18 jwas gone I Beck survived a highway crash It forced its way through five near Eureka on New Years Day yard switches through a pair of The nine persons killed switches and headed west jthat crash included six membersAlthough no traffic was due on beijjnH Astronomer Says World Slow 31 Sec Jersey Tuesday i The highest tide in 108 Senator First In 60 Race By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Sen Hubert H Humphrey DMinn today plunged of ficially into the race for the I960 Democratic presidential nomination Humphrey announced at a n e w s conference that his name will be entered in presi dential primaries in Wiscon sin the District of Columbia Oregon and South Dakota He said that if financial support is forthcoming he will enter other primaries Humphrey indicated he will campaign primarily on foreign policy and national security is sues He aimed immediate barbs at the Eisenhower administration We can no longer tolerate a government that reacts instead of taking the he said in a statement handed to reporters We cannot afford to have an administration that spends all of its time repairing damage instead of buiLding solid longterm pro By todays announcement Hum phrey became the first among the Democrats most prominently men tioned as presidential possibilities to get officially into the race Sen John F Kennedy DMass returns Saturday from a Jamaica vacation and is expected to con firm then that he also seeks the nomination A trio df other major potential contenders for the nomination AdlaivE Stevenson Sen Lyndon B ifrvfensoH Texas and Sen I Stuart Symingtoji of Missouri V are expected to continue for soini time to play it cozy in response toquestions from jnpwsmen Humphrey declined to jsay whom he regards as his lead ling opponent i as a reporter jphrased the nomination See 5 Col 1 AP A Dl l I lot his family Young Sweetlard the line for some time all jwas a stepson of Heiser trains were ordered halted for 80 Witnesses said the electricmiles west warning signals were in operation No 240 continued its trip no as Heisers car moved over the WASHINGTON AP The lU ocean water to United States and Britain are tac1 a depth of seven feet on some ing a new crisis in their negotiajW streets and into the first floors of tions Soviet Union for an many homes enforceable treaty outlawing f The floodtides were driven by of nuclear weapons a northeast storm which batteredi II ma reacn head soon after Soviet1 New England for the second suehe threepower talks resume Jan in is not the first a deadlock has threatened The crisis centers around de LONDON astronomer asserted today day the world is running 31 seconds1 The storm dropped up to 16 inches of snow in New Aide Lauds NewA Kheino Potter of the Pulkovo At nine deaths Observatory in Leningrad said the0 le storm v rpfvrrw f hlampri of an international in1 PrwiU blamed m dmt specja assjs lag lights no bell no horn across d1ecade ntury because of up since the first1 More than 7UO faniilies were farced 7 uC explosions the discourage cheating with sneak 6 lant for and technology crossing at slow speed about i numerous rural crossings through wobhlm8 as AP The am jn Roscoei community of SOOJthe rolling Virginia countryside in un axis considering ain northcentral South Dakota 42 the darkness i Potter quoted by the pPfals to Conlmiles west of Aberdeen The car In Richmond calls roused J F inews agency Tass said he lo their for dealing with the threat was demolished i Bickers Jr and J A Nuttycombe shed the accumulated tnwn nF Hull f Rnclnnc Virvnrli I IU UI null On DOalOn S oUlllIl turns Qf and chjwJlt8 oppositlon to strengthening the ren were plucked from first fioor system already proposed Presi today hailed the Navys first Po Unless the Soviet Union modifies laris missile submarine as a Soviet windows by rescuers man We dont know how to a renewed steel strike iiiove viruses from treated water the effect on the the of the constant ac of small increments of presentday Conciliation Poston called for immediate and j management expanded research to find ways Steelworkers I The train crew of trainmen from their beds The deadlocked labor dispute in Milwaukee Road Hiawatha train They climbed into their car and 111 the industry continues tighter than sajd all whislies and bells were sped to where a engine had background of stars lever Director Joseph F Fiiinej0peraljng as trajn warmed up for them jwasnt quite where it ie rederal Mediation and th crossing Engineer George i Their plan was to get onto aibeen if world time v ICOUCI liltmn Irvliu 6 and private See 5 Col 5 dent Eisenhower indicates he may order a resumption of under irrent to war Dr George B Kistiakowsky of Harvand praised the nuclearpow ered George Washington in the Service said today Severan and fireman Oris Olsonparallel track run alongside therilht the United the driver apparently did notiACL diesel until they reached a Tl of assuring safe plentiful water cupied with electioneering ahead and Union cy by studying 300 photographs of the moon against its celestial The moon should havei were exactly1 GREENSBURG Pa AP Theodore Maruszewski 21 FoUnd rUUF U ground test explosions in the Principal speech at commissioning United States j ceremonies for the deadly prowler Before such a step would beitnat can fire from under water aken officials said the Umtwl Her detection and destruction will be wellnigh impossible and yet her targets for retaliation will j taken officials said the United States would very likely change Us strategy in the negotiations at of Geneva to seek a limited rather are so ocsee the train The photographs have estabnearby Scottdale was found shot than a comprehensive test ban crossover be continually within Kis tiakowsky said in prepared re marks The victims had been in Roscoe with in a report to the American a scheduled Jan 1113 poll of to visit friends and were boundj When 11UW lor the Advancement of that no tunher govfor a local cafe to join MrsHeis ever the decided t nwint J over then follow and couple Potter said that 31 secto death Tuesday in the home of A limited ban would apply only tojmarks the runaway should be added to worldhis mother explosions in the air or in thej The 380foot George Washington en they got alongside howtime Thanks to this measurement Coroner Stephen Yoney of Westwater They could be policed morejis the first of nine sister ships riipv HcriHcri scientists in various countries willimmplnnH frmntv easilv than underground exnlnihat will be equipped to fire the in various countries willlmoreland County said Maruszeweasily than Funds spent on water research innient peace moves are contemer and Kirschenmann who They burst through awindow andI 19GO be able to use tne accidentally shot himself in the sions e cent at the moment vvere waiting there the diesel to a halt adjusted time for their scientificchest while cles The whether the work now amount to less than one annually per person in the coun try said Poston of the Publiccrs wam to accept managements KlIealth Service division of waterilasl offeris part of an admitted supply and pollution control IV unwieldy TaftHartley law pro Problems of polution control and I dealing with emer aJequate water supply will strikes With both sides come more serious as population seeking support for their positions expands rapidly said Poston and the upcoming balloting they Arve H Dahl of Washington have no immediate incentive to chief of the USPHS division of supply and pollution control in Washington iSoy So Koreans Fire On Red Ship LONDON radio charged today a South Korean warship fired on an unarmed So viet vessel oif the east coast of North Korea and caused casual ties among the crew Moscow said the attack oc curred in an east Korean bay and also caused serious dam to the Soviet vessel the hydrogeographical service ship Ungo seek a settlement solution Thus the administration is considering steps to revamp the Jaws emergency strike proced lures permanently as well asj Soviets Accept May 16 Date BULLETIN LONDON AP The For eign Office said today the So viet Union has accepted the Western proposal to open the Paris summit meeting May 16 Gala New Years Eve party Only damage was estimated at WOIk to some lugs at a switch The throttle on No 210 had been set at about 25 Trainmen agreed that some body set the engines in motion and that the somebody hart knowledge about diesel engines Youd have to know what you are said one railroader No kid did it No person who just wandered by and decided on a sudden prank could do it A lot have got to be set her rifle underground explotat wil1 be equipped to fire the intermediate range ballis cleaning a 35 caii A toughening policy with lic missile which packs an atomic See U Page 5 Col 3 MIVM I wans mm Liar New Years Eve party new In cliana Moose Rustic Rhythm boys IJSx Inside The Gazette ROCKEFELLERS Divw Pearson comments today on Kisinhuwers influence on Rockefellers deeision not to run for President See page li LITTLE INDIANS Indiana High dropped its sixth game in a light holiday basket ball schedule See pages 10 and 11 Other Features warhead The commissioning ceremonies were scheduled at the Electric Boat Division of General Dyna mics builder of the nations first atomic submarine the Nau tilus Among the high Navy brass at the ceremony was Vice Adm Tho mas C Combs commander of the hastern Sea Frontier and com mandant of the Third Naval Dis trict with headquarters in New York City In the commissioning of the HOLLYWOOD suggesmust be slipping Sullivan without him nuclearpowered George Washing Railroad officials railroad detion bv TV Ed Sullivan scared to death Im going to knock We didnt miss she we not marking just an Itectives and the FHI are that Hedda Hopper makes televishim off the Sullivan said Heston made J S in ion hay ou of her newspaper Actor Heston gut into Sullivans column has touched off this inthe out of it He withdrew hes appearing on her dignanl retort from tluHopper show saying he for Sullivan said then Liar had not understood earlier that it youre setting up a situation which The fireworks ruine Tuesday was to be a network program rathis intolerable because all shows when Miss Hopper learned Sulliei than a local one must pay for their had protested to two actors There is no question about my Everybody is being organizations about the way guest willingness and eagerness to do an Miss Hoppw said I myself am talent was being lined up for a interview with HecUia any just a paid performer on thf proj Ed Sullivan Hedda Hopper Feud On Securing Talent City police are investigating a report that reads Grand lar ceny railroad On Nov 13 a New Jersey Cen tral Railroad switch engine took off on a 22mile unattended run It was stopped when another en gine racing ahead slowly re duced speed until the the door oa prepared remarks We are opening a new era in national power na See 5 Cut 9 Ice Rink Open skating rink Community at tin Center until the bumped into the rear The stopi1 show she Wl do freebut if Rexall the sponsor gram which isnt mine al all but wil be opeil durina ils aorana Sullivans program and the Hopis going to beam ir over IKS u production ol Talent Associates hours today U1 c lltMiilttt I v i k i it irwt uri A I per engine then applied brakes liij PeJ show vie for the national IV stations in competition with guys headed by David Susakind and Al audience at the same hour Jan 10 who have paid me a lot of money Levy They are contacting thei New Years Eve party and Noisemukers Homer City HtJxH AUddius lump UiisiiieAh Mirrur iliuruh rufciWur 14 i ir Suilrty Spurts TVKitdiu In11 Square New 3 WEATHER Blatts preinventory sale Buy llCxi Cloudy rather windy and cold with snow Hurries tonight and Thursday LOW tonight 20 to 29 High Thursday 30 ly 3tf Overstocked on Bell Howell Dance at Muudowbrook i Ntvv N urk culumnisl Sullivan lor the same thing then Id be Kodak Below cost Rogers Jew Years Eve Thursday Dec a Hollywood trade paper that doing them a dirty trick to Ronald Reagan president of the 115x Hopper was using her Heston said Scietn Actors Guild said the mat wouJ column as payola to get He said he makes local appear tor did not fall in his groups Blatts sale Buv Perormtrs or her show ances free continually jurisdiction Tho American Fed now save 116x Miss Hopper shot back When Mist Hopper and several of Heseration of Television and he Sullivan says I dont pay my tons colleagues from BenHur Artists referred the case to its New hts 4 liuj 1 a segment of the Jan office Club Savoy Home made Ktaut   

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