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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1954, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                PRESENTS CHECK TO HOSPITAL A CHECK for the purchaseof laboratory be used for of cancer pa was presented to the Tyrone Hospital yesterday by the Tyrone Unit of the American Cancer So In the above photo are Paul of the Tyrone Unit of the American Alma hospital administrator who accepted and Richard president of the Junior Service IKE AND MAMIE WITH NEW PRESIDENTIAL PLANE IN Mamie Eisenhower kisses hor Gordojn as the latter boards the new presidential plane for return to The President stands The new SuperConstellation is shown lower taxiing at Lowry International Soundphotos IN SAFE HANDS GIANT ot the two Jlma statue being erected in Washington dwarf 4yearold Peggy Mc Farland of Fails Statue will be dedicated Marines International HOW DEFENSE SPENDING HAS GROWN IN PAST YEAR THE ATOMIC CANNON grows larger and larger to symbolize rising amount of defense contracta tet during third and fourth quartern of 1953 and first three quarters ot t Tyrone Daily Herald i EIGHTYSEVENTH YEAR THE TYRONE DAILY SEPTEMBER NUMBER TWO AMERICAN SOLDIERS SEIZED BY RED GUARDS Germany Communist Czech authorities re ported today that the case of two American soldiers seized by tom mygunarmed border guards on the GermanCzech border would be dealt with through consular The Army announced Fri day that the two first lieutenant in civilian clothes and a uniformed private first class were presumably arrested near in the vicinity of Weden at the Bavarian It was the third border incident in the past nine days Involving American soldiers in the genera area around where the West German and East German frontiers The army announcement was based on a report by a sergeant who was near the patrol when the incident he was unable to observe the actua arrest because of restricted vislbil He said that he saw the Czech guards come from the rear and apparently take the soldiers by The Army said the men were well inside the zone Neither the sergeant nor the two captured GIs was identified by the Bavarian state police reported another and conflicting version o the They said the Amer leans were kidnaped when they tried to peek across the borde toward the Czech village of Eisen dorf with WEATHER By International News Service Considerable cloudl ness tonight and Sunda MARRIED 60 YEARS AND HARRY LYONS Bellefonte Couple Observing Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary and Harry 415 East Howard Bellefont are observing their 60th wedding FRED WARING TO BE HONORED AT PENNA INDUSTRIAL EXHIBIT HARRISBURG Fred musician and leader of the will re ceive a distinguishedservice award as an outstanding Pennsylvanian at the first annual Pennsylvania Industrial and Construction Exposi tion to be held here next The selection of Waring was an nounced here today by George ighest today the gigantic display of Beatrice died 15 hotel lobbies and rooms but kept that i milor A little warmia on Waring and several years and a Lee of from the meeting rooms where the vrvtp with thp n g to ATilochnrcr HioH tViic climmpr fall stratrov VLTHK fho UJ oulu VOie W1U1 with scattered showers and executive director of der highest Lowest tonight 56i er Considerable cloudi ness and somewhat warmer tonight and Sunday with scattered showers and thunder High US Moves To Block Soviet Move To Put Red China In anniversary No special celebration has been planned for the but there will be a family dinner at the home of their son and and Guy East Linn Belle and Lyons were mar ried at Pleasant on Sep tember by the Lyons was the for mer Mary Etta daughter of the late and James Lyons was the son of the late Shuman and Catherine Young also of They are the parents of seven two of whom are deceas Those living are Guy Harold Phil DEMOCRATS INJECT UNEMPLOYMENT INTO CURRENT CAMPAIGN INDIANAPOLIS Adlai E Stevenson will be the chief speaker tonight at an banquet to climax the midwest conference of the Democratic party in Indian Party chiefs continued to draft campaign issues and indicated that the unemployment problem will be a major issue in the November congressional Sharing the spotlight at the ban quet will be Edmund Muskle of the first crat in 20 years to win that post in the traditionally Republican 1952 Democratic pres idential also will speak briefly at a luncheon of the Indi ana Democratic Editorial Associa Mennen Williams of Michigan will be the major orator at that Economic and labor problems continued to be important topics discussed by party Labor leaders participated in a discus sion of public the TaftHartley law and the Na tional Labor Relations Both House Minority Leader Sam Rayburn of Texas and Mayor David Lawrence of Pittsburgh con tend that unemployment will be a major issue in the UNITED INS The United States mapped plans today for quick action to forestall an expected Soviet drive to mako seating Of Red China In the UN Assembly a major The with Britain and other hopes to cut short the an ticipated Russian propaganda of fensive Tuesday by proposing that the Assembly vote to bar discus sion of seating the Peiping regime for the duration of the threemonth This showdown is expected to drop up in the Assembly Tuesday afternoon immediately after the outgoing Madame Pan dit of has opened the meet ing with a minute of Past experience indicates that Soviet delegate Andrei Vishlnsky will stalk to the rostrum with a motion that the representative of j the remnant Kuomingtang Na tionalist Chinese clique be de nied recognition and that the true representative of the Chinese peo ple be given the The purpose of the ma neuver is to prevent Vishinsky from making political capital of the differing viewpoints and poli cies on Red China clouding tions between Western European countries and the United Vishinskys bid for Red China has to be made on a point of order and Assembly rules in such cir cumstances limit delegates for and against the proposal to two The can undercut this point of order with a motion to vote on the question of deferring any dis cussion of Red China for the cur Party leaders continued to speak rent session of Stevenson as the 1956 presldenl Although a growing number ol are ip James Itial candidate of the A Their opinion was given openly in swinging to the belie that Red crvntrtH in TIN China should be seated in UN est today Lowest tonight other outstanding personalities will receive engraved plaques the opening of the exposition Monday Schmeltzer Designed to focus the industrial eyes of the nation on Pennsylvan died this campaign strategy was the There are 20 grandchildren and 22 main great The subcommittee of Both and Lyons are the national committee considered enjoying good health and take j a proposal to abolish the pleasure in their garden and flowpledge by direction of the na drop any discussion of Uie explo sive issue from the 1964 This seemingly contradictory at titude is based primarily on the Continued on Page Three WEATHER SUMMARY Temperatures were cool to mod erate in Pennsylvania re maining in the 60s through much of the northern part of the state and in the 70s in the High tem peratures ranged from 67 at In choosing Waring to receive Brookville and Philipsburg to 74 j a distinguishedservice Sch at 75 at Altoona and meltzer said Harrisburg and 76 at Fred a native of Ty There were a few sprinkles of rain J well deserves to be recogniz scatiered over the state in the ed as one of the alltime leaders Is partly cloudy throughin American From a small most of the state this he has risen constant las tremendous industrial poteni They are members of thejtional National Chair1 tial the allindustry show will beMetnodist church of j man Stephen Mitchell said I staged in Harrisburg s famed Farm 1 Show Building all next end ing Saturday night when a sixcan Lime and Stone now room dream house will be i known as Warner given away free to an exposition also for Lauderbach and Zerby Vtmm lllrdrl Lyons is retired and for i There was a general desire ofj many years worked for the Amerijthe national committee members to approach the subject on a very feispassionate A letter written to Mitchell by Former President Harry Tru iman in which he said that Presi I dent Eisenhower needs a Demo I cratic Congress if he Is to go down in history as a successful presi wholesale They have lived MCARTHY CENSURE REPORT WILL BE COMPLETED SHORTLY WASHINGTON mem bers predicted today that the spe dent who helped save the free cial Senate committee probing met with general approval misconduct charges against The temperature is down to 47 at this morning at Philipsburg ly until he now personifies all that is great in good band When with most places reporting in the j he chose the name Pennsylvanians Mildest is 62 at Erie and Philj for his he did a great Nearest showers and thunj service for his native state and its der showers now are in His rank as an enter It Is likely they will spread tainer is He must be recog into Pennsylvania during the for his talent and for j his services to Perm State Univer isity as a The exposition SECTIONAL FORECASTS by party In his Truman also de Contlnued on Page Three JACK BRIGHTBILL REELECTED MASTER BALD EAGLE GRANGE Jack Brightbill was rpclected mas ter of Bald Eagle Grange at the meeting held Tuesday Brightbill having served in this ca pacity during the past Other officers elected are Chancy overseer Chaney l I Ortlll t A1 Beatrice jTuesday of next week at the rm optimistic but I hope Mountains Considerable cloud management is happy to make this lecturer Belle Cross corner Blair we have a reporl about the middie i T3ofro TVir IOIM TDo iVm t von i vv c tF rOOD STAMP DISTRIBUTION NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY Distribution of surplus food stamps will take place Monday and Joseph McCarthy may complete its report by the middle of next Edwin Johnson D vice chairman of the told newsmen that I hope to be home by the 23rd Asked if he would leave before the report is he No I am not going to leave before it is completed and Sam Erwin D said iness and a little wanner to night and Sunday with scattered showers or thunder high today the low tonight Upper Susquehanna Poconosi Considerable cloudiness with mod erate temperature today with risk i of scattered showers or thunder j showers this Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday with scattered showers or thunder show Little change in September The high today the low toi six timed events of a seventeen Continued on Page Three 100 ENTRANTS FOR HflRSF HFRF NEXT WEDNESDAY The horse will be king for an nighfr point show promises to give spec Ruth assistant steward Betty lady assistant Isabelle gate keeper Clara Ceres Edith Pomona Ger trude Flora 0 those from N to Z are to call lain Ralph treasurer avenue and Elevencn Btreet I executive secretary of the Red Cross chapter said The Senate will reconvene to consider the report at a special The time will be from to I The is Christmas but the actual date will be de ey pianist Donald Fish member executive committee Richard of finance committee Sarah youth committtee chairman j HUBBY TOSSES WIFEY ASKS SEPARATION Persons whose last names begin j cided by majority and minority from A to M are to call Monday and j leaders William Knowland R and Lyndon Johnson D There has been widespread spec ulation that the session might so Continued on Page Three rfay fm Middle Lower tators the thrills and excitement Increasing cloudiness with moder they are looking for when Tyrone ate temperature today and risk of j stages the final All persons Catherine home economics j committee Booster Night will be observed at the next also the farm scattered showers or thunder showi outdoor show of the current season ers this Considerable at the Athletic field ring Wednes cloudiness tonight and Sunday with I beginning at 5 A little warmer j running until There will The high today the low toj be a flood of lights so all may night i Forrest Eugene association lists over 100 entrants for the classic featuring top riders spirited Among the i colorful timed events will be a pick up barrel fastgoing i pony express harking back to the FIRST TYRONE HOSPITAL BABY GET GIFTS In of the Tyrone Tyrone merchants offer many gifts to the first baby bom in the Tyrone tive senior and junior pole bending The new and novel is being attempted this ac tionpacked limited in time The following gifts will be given t of show spectators de Ben Franklin 5 baby blanket Lugg bassinette two in case of Levine Fam ily Shoe pair baby shoes Steels Drug baby scale Rothert Furniture nursery chair Kienzles Stork cake City Johnsons Baby gift set Fink diaper pail Evenflo lay ette feeding set Wolf Furniture playpen pad Snyder electric Odor Out Lamp Cut Rate Shoe of baby shoes and of slippers Kays Baby one dozen and Blatchford Fur niture baby While given in large to such timed the offering of next Wednesday will not over look such popular show features us pony 3 and 5 galled class high pleasure riding and the There will be a thrilU ing musical chair competition in which 50 skilled horsemen take Owen New Enter the lad who captures every outdoor will drive his pinto in a carriage decorated as befits The youngster holds the reins like a Uie act bringing spectators to their in the Bald Eagle community have been invited to take part in the Farm Show which will open Monday Baked can fruits and fresh fruits and and farm pro ducts will be on NEW YORK go on the rocks for all sorts of rea but 27yearold Barbara Rubin daughter of Amer icas tootsie roll has come up with a new pressing a separation suit in Manhattans supreme said she was able to take most of In Brief Today The Booster Night program will i the problems that came up after be open to the public and refresh ments will be sold by the und Donald her marriage in But when hubby Herbert got 1 angry one night and tossed at her By International News Service of State John Foster Dulles is returning to Washington after winning British agreement for early action to solve the West German The quarterly birthday supper a handful of grabbed off will be held HOSPITAL RATES The schedule of rates for the Tyrone which will open was released today by the board of A private room will cost 511 per day private rooms with and per day 2bed per day 2bed semiprivate with 511 per day 4bed per and nursery to 5450 per These rales compare favorable with other hospitals in the A meeting of the Hospital cor poration will be held Monday night at the hospital at o a bedroom she had had Commu nist Czechs report that two Ameri can soldiers seized on the Bavar ianCzech border will be dealt with through consular persist that For eign Minister Attllio Piccionl will resign to defend the honor of hla linked to a narcotics and sex United Nations The is ELVA SEINER WINNER IN TINY TOT CONTEST Little Elva Seiner was the win ner of the Tiny Tot contest held i in conjunction with the variety show You Cant Beat moving to block uny Soviet tempt to seat Communist China when the UN Assembly reconvenes committee report on McCarthy may be pleted by the middle ol next Indianapolis Adlal will speak at a dinner to cap midwest conference of held at the audi torium Thursday The pictures of the babies in the contest may be obtained at Uie Engelman florist Miss Jacqueline whodi rected the is spending the weekend at her home in Washing and on Monday leaves for where she will stage the same show 7 and   

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