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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaI last edition Dail seven cents vol. 59, no. 90. Connellsville a. South Connellsville a. Scottdale a. It. Pleasant a. Saturday evening february 25, 1961. Twelve pages. Optimistic directors elected to brighten Start term March scouts work on problems by Norman g. Cornish United press International j. Howard Aldstadt l. A. Flynn Hugh Handford and w. Dale Ned Washington up com Row Nave been elected to the con Merce Secretary Luther h. Nell Sivile chamber of Commerce Hodges to the Delight of re pub boat d of directors. Can members of a House labor elected by membership wide subcommittee thinks the nation s mail ballots the four will Start Economy is in a Little trouble lat their three year terms at the be the moment but will improve ginning of the fiscal year March greatly in about 60 Days. 1. You Are obviously not one of members of the election com those a Mittee who counted the ballot in observed rep. Edgar w. Hiestand. The chamber office Friday were r-calif., after Hodges gave his Lester l Page and Albert d. Views to the House group Friday Fulmer. The House labor committee see Berlin in cold War front soon Washington up admin the new directors will be in cation officials struggling to meets again in closed session to for Mauv dialled at the tuesday the unrest in Laos and the Day to continue work on the Ken card meeting and will Congo today expressed concern Nady administration s proposal to Active partly spams on the the possibility of a new cold raise the minimum wage Grade Board tues Davi March 7 when of. War crisis Over Berlin this Spring alb from is to s1.2, an hour. I cars for the new Fisca a i to o Ner House committees be elected also were studying Kennedy anti recession measures. A banking Security subcommittee was scheduled to hear agriculture Secretary Orville l Freeman testify on a Bill to Aid chronically de pressed areas and the House ways Means committee was. Suspect admits shooting District Man in argument they said the soviet Union s new memorandum to West Ger Many toughening the russian stand on Allied evacuation of Ber Lin might be the prelude to re Jewed pressure on the West i the Kremlin has told West Ger Many that any solution of the Berlin problem must Call for j eventual demilitarization of the j City to let it become a free zone in the midst of communist territory. Robert Baker. 41, of near Smith t the s was to the Tough attitude taken by soviet still working on a final version of the Bill to extend help to needy children whose parents Are out of work. Double duty ton. Arrested thursday night Foi u Hodges did double committee the Al d Beati and Khrushchev in duty Friday he first appeared be of Percy 60_ of november i9o8, which finally led fore the banking subcommittee car Smithton pleaded guilty to to the abortive pans Summit con and asserted that despite reports l Cha of As Saul Ullh intent last May. And violation 0 the uniform president Kennedy and Secre s act of state Dean Rusk con v House on he said the program must t problems Rusk then tightly administered to avoid incident reportedly wok. H Wouk t Boondo gling ambassador to the United a Hodges told the labor commit no is of Eureka ear tee that he thought Kennedy s Bill to boost the minimum wage. Which would also extend coverage to police Baker and brine were involved in an argue tons Adlai Stevenson to talk about the Congo and other critical issues before the world organization. Heart sunday will close City Campaign for funds local democratic committee selects ticket for primary democratic party leadership threw its support behind City councilman Clyde rude today in the three Way Battle for thu May morality nomination in the May primary. The 14-member City democratic committee also put its support be scientists search sky for satellite location unknown the 1961 heart fund Campaign will close on feb 26 with the Observance of heart sunday. When Volunteer workers will conduct a House canvass in every Section of c Connellsville mrs Paul the chairman for this year s solicitation has enrolled a Large number of canvassers to make contacts in j each of the seven wards 1 there will be simultaneous so 1 notation in All sections of county. Major Robert p. Mcluckey giving his endorsement to the Campaign in its efforts to control heart j disease urged the citizens to be generous in their support. Following is a list of the Volun Teers for sunday s Campaign first Ward mrs. Franklin _. Washington1 up u. S. Prolific of faces in scientists searched the sky today Kerst an a shakeup of leadership favourites to determine whether their Crip Robert Speelman mrs Edward Tor the nominations. Pled communications satellite was Bennetti mrs h Edwiu m these include Robert Mihaly and i m an accidental orbit or at the Susan Dewitt mrs t w Byrne or. Melvin 0. Hoover for City Bottom of the sea. Or _ mrs Robert nedl and mrs Council Jerold Mervis and Pete the National aeronautics and i Deaver Adams for school Board. Richard space Agency Nasa fired the second Ward mrs John h. Miller City controller won four stage Juno ii rocket with a Patnock mrs Charles Wilmer backing for reelection. ,75-Pound satellite payload Friday mrs Clarence mrs the list of leadership favourites i night from Cape canaveral Eugene feel mrs. Joseph Bree ii _ i. _ n f in. I of v t _ was approved at a meeting of the committee this week and is being publicly advertised today As a political announcement. Four candidates backed by the party four years ago apparently fell from favor somewhere along the line during the past four years As three of them have announced it carried six radios designed to help improve Long Range radio communications and was the sixth american satellite shot in eight Days. But they said that telemetry reports from the rocket indicated a malfunction after the first stage of the rocket burned out. Their candidacies a fourth has the payload did not achieve in Vuci quilt i i it i it to 4.3 million More workers would apparently m Teve a Good Long term effect on de. Himself v a the Economy i participant. At that Point. Baker i can t see where it would beat Over inflationary at he said he had with a poker four or f Sci told the congressmen his predict then4 left Theu Bryne lome Tion of an upswing in the return a de i did t dim his enthusiasm for As a if minimum wage increase. J police said Baker admitted firing rep. Robert p. Griffin a Mich the at the injured Man s asked whether the increase the however has not Hurt retail Seles been found and Baker told police we re not Seilin anything threw in in tie River probably ment members of parliament de this country scoffed Toughio Ghent. Near Smithton. Handed today that prime minister we re just sitting around i troop a stale police detective Harold Macmillan protest to presi asks about Layoff j l Malcolm Kaus said Baker has Dent Kennedy about assistant then Griffin asked whether it made a stale men to Kaus rotary of state g. Mennen Wil might result in forcing assisted in the investigation hams interference in the of to Lay off some of the unskilled by troop a Jack fairs of British Africa. I very Young and very South Huntingdon patrolman Al statements made by Williams and very added the Toth and Teton Constable during his current african tour Commerce Secretary. I Joseph Franko. Touched off b dispute in Parlia one of the chief Bills in the anti Friday s hearing. Ment and threatened a rift in British riled Over Williams african views London up pro govern two boy scout patrols from Connell Svihel above Are intent upon working problems with a patient selected from their patrol in the annual first Aid contest for troop in the Braddock Trail District Friday evening in the National guard armory in mount pleasant. Troops participating came from East Huntingdon Bull skin pleasant and lower Tyrone townships and mount pleasant Scott Dale Connell Svihel Dunbar Salt lick Ruff Sdale and Bakerton. Courier photo discuss joint re East Huntingdon school Board Scottdale joint committee to meet monday recession package to extend under was returned to the county jail Anglo american relations. Scottdale the possibility iof East Huntingdon township u. I won t negotiate with Castro until he allows free election irate demands that Macmillan take the matter up in Washington were contained in e motion pro posed in the House of commons. J Biggs Davison and Anthony fell employment benefits to workers his Bond is set at whose compel motion has already soon out. Was being j readied for a House vote next week. I the Bill would allow a mum of 39 weeks of payment to workers. This provision was at tacked Friday by John l. Lewis the 81-year-old president emeritus of the United mine workers Union Lewis said workers should get benefits As Long 6s they can t get a Job. He told a mine workers convention that in cutting off pay ments after a set time the government was saying in effect if you Are still alive after next six come Back of elections in Cuba was a nest antagonized the British with school District becoming a Mem Ber of the Scottdale joint school system will be discussed at an informal meeting of the director ates at 8 monday in the to _ j cello cell o m my it Suvio maps John Cal High school office. Bull skin firemen on 24-hour Call list phone number to announce and a if Ali has dropped from the coun Cilman Robert Reed. Mayor Robert p. Mcluckey City councilman Guy d. Tressler and school director mrs. Ray Frances Balsley have announced As candidates for reelection. Joseph b. Moreland whose term on the school Board also expires this year has been silent so far. A third mayoralty candidate Alderman Carmine v. Olmaro formally announced his candidacy feb. 8. Reed in a Public statement de Clining to run again contended a conflict of interest could develop Between his Job As a right of Way agent for the state highways department and continuing As a City councilman. Reed s statement Fol lows its planned an announce ment from Nasa in Washington said. But there is some possibility that an at this time was achieved. Final determination must await detailed analysis of but Carl Seddon Nasa s pay Load chief said that even if the satellite is in a wobbly orbit it would t be of any value unless its radios were they Aren t working that we Cape canaveral advanced Model Atlas missile made a successful warm up flight Friday for later shots that will travel nearly half Way around the world. The rocket fired a Dummy War into a target area in the i South Atlantic Ocean about 400 i will not seek reelection for Miles West of Capetown South the office of City councilman since a Africa i feel there would be a conflict of interests Between my Job As right of Way agent and any elected political office. I am sorry that i am unable to run again at this time for office the shot was the first full Cess for the Atlas a vehicle equipped with the most powerful engines Ever installed in a u. S. Military rocket. The liquid fuelled engines Deli i a ii Jimlu iut Ricu Eug Iuca Ucuz since i am in Accord ering about pounds of the session has been called at Bull skin township Volunteer fire department has been placed on the 24-hour service list. J. I Jav of huh i Ujj i 1 Wei asked Macmillan to protest to the request of the East Jiun Ting Kennedy about intervention of Don Board to probe the possibilities the position was disclosed Fri muted states officials in the officials of the night when the firemen met fairs of territories for which superintendent s office are1 in the fire Hall to discuss future Washington up the Ken majesty s government is respond expected to attend Nady administration has hinted Isoble in View of the recent Octivio East Huntingdon and Scottdale that it will not negotiate of Mennen Williams Dur boards held several meetings on plans and activities. If needed for any emergency the fire department May be con Lucil ii 11ui Ilc Tucht Ilii j ii Usu 11 unit in c i Wijdi lieu jul. Ina is cuban Premier Fidel Castro until is i 0 British joint re question about a decade acted by dealing a 8-5655. He submits to a free election. I although it did not Lay Down who has been dubbed ment formed in 1933 by Scottdale Ridge service station eci fic conditions the state de i Kennedy s Phon Al Brick drop Everson and upper Tyrone town picked Friday. The specific apartment implied Friday that the per by a newspaper Well see whet we can do for j major obstacle to any negotiation two remarks he made earlier this week in Nairobi Kenya a and Kam alien ideology had permeated the cuban revolution and was Export ing this ideology by subversion. Brazil to recognize communist China study soviet status i Hospital patients. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil Rose Levine of 1228 Szyca Upp Brazil traditionally St., Joseph Vargo of West of the United slates strongest Al Side hotel William Davidson of lies in the Western hemisphere 107 West Fayette St., Lori Lei Gor May recognize communist of mount Braddock. Frank ii was ichor cd Fidiaj. Kllc Nicl of Connell Svihel. Mrs. Mary brazilian foreign minister Afon Grimm of 153 South eighth St so Varinos said his country also Emery Penn of 319 South eighth is studying the renewal of Diplo St. Elsie Crouse of Scot Dale malic relations with the soviet . 1, and James m. Driscoll of of differences. Stale department spokesman Pala. Lincoln White said the United Williams advocated states was concerned that an for the which led britons to conclude he had Union. 1224 Vine St. Have been admitted Varinos said Brazil would not to Connell Svihel state Hospital. Break relations Wilh nationalist China even if it recognizes the pc Pink regime. Cuba recognized China and broke off relations with Chiang Kai Shek s govern ment. Earl for announced that Brazil would establish diplomatic relations with Romania. Hungary and Bulgaria. In mind Only non White africans. The state department official in ago prior to the up inquire agree the Telephone Hookup with Blue was Corn service Sta Tion also open 24-hours daily will be Able to activate the alarm at the township fire station at any time firemen said. Chartered less than a year ago March 1960 it has taken five births at Hospital the organization Only a few months two boys and three girls were to obtain equipment a fire Hall born Al Connell Svihel state hos a and train its members for fire and Pital. They arc emergency service. Its Organiza listed he meant africans son. Mrs. Henry Moli ution was completed in late Jan every Naro. 510 West Murphy ave Iklo uary 1000. Since obtaining equip in Kampala Williams told a . Friday. Ment the fire department has news conference he wanted to see stable Independent governments in Africa to prevent another kind . Friday. Of daughter or. And mrs. Answered several fire alarms in its Moorhead 113 Cherry St., surrounding area Volun the ideas and plans of the thrust give the advanced Atlas h and i the ability to carry heavier pay Havi heed very t0 Over longer distances Nave actively participated in the execution of these programs. I feel however that it would not be fair to the citizens of Connellsville if i were to place myself in a position where a possibility of conflicting interests May Robert w. Reed attaching their names democratic committeemen party s slate were John v. Schroyer. Cite demo As City to the its forerunner the militarily operational a Model Atlas Al ready has flown Miles on two the world record. Sources said the newer Atlas could travel nearly Miles with a full cratic chairman mrs. E p. My Nair and Robert Strawn. Ward 1 mrs. Charles Baer and John daily Ward 2 mrs. Stanley Pietrzak and Louis p. Graham. Ward 3 mrs Clyde Detwiler and Clydr rude Ward 4 mrs. Helen Reagan and Louis Schroyer. Ward s Margaret Way and Sidney Riordan Ward 6. And mrs. Joseph Cassad and Steve Ward 7. New office hours for Community nursing service effective monday there will be i plane crash kills four passengers in North Carolina Aiken . Up a four passenger Beechraft Bonanza caught in violent wind currents of a thunderstorm crashed near Here Friday killing four Passen Gers. A witness said one Man identified As Douglas Taylor of Knox Ville tenn., a former paratrooper leaped from the stricken plane while it was still a few Hundred feet in the air. Mrs. Frank Frank Dunaway mrs. Anthony Deore mrs. Ronald Par Fitt and mrs. Paul Holden. Third Ward _ mrs. Fred Luckey chairman mrs. Angelo Davare co chairman mrs. Thom As Booth. Mrs. Eugene Stafford mrs. William Colborn mrs. Rob Ert Reed mrs. Lester Peterson mrs. Gerald Welling mrs. Charles Phillippi sr., mrs. Gilbert Porter Field mrs. Donald Morse mrs Theodore Phillips mrs. Charles Dixon and mrs. George Malik fourth Ward mrs. Rich Ard j. My Dorrald chairman mrs. Continued on Page twelve area Man escapes serious injury when Hilby train mount pleasant a Man hit by a train and three persons injured in Falls were treated in Frick Community Hospital Fri Day. Andrew Mccune 63, of Hunker r. D. 1, went to the Hospital at 10 . Friday after he was struck by a train at Hempler s Mill new Stanton. He was re leased after treatment for a Chest contusion and Brush Burns of the left Elbow and knee. Terry Mcbeth 16, son of Harry Mcbeth of Ruff Sdale r. D. 3, suffered a Back sprain and contusion of the right shoulder when he fell during physical education class in East Huntingdon town ship High school. A fall from a bicycle caused Ralph Baumann jr., 4, son of or. And mrs. Ralph Baumann of Scottdale to Cut his lower lip. Glenn Eutsey. 46. Of Scottdale Star route became dizzy and fell in a pile of rough lumber near the Ore mines at Wood Dale and was treated for a Scalp Lacera Tion. Calvin Mcfern 9. Son of or. And mrs. Harry Mcfern of Bea ver was taken to the Hospital after getting a fish Hook in his left Index Finger at the Home of Fred Hagerman in Spruce St. Newsmen bristled the re Imson mount Braddock 8 pm Mark and asked if he meant Toff Ticlay. Imply British Rule was tyrannical i daughter or. And mrs. Hurt in fall. Mrs. Rose Levine of 1228 Szyca it car firemen assisted the new com new office hours for the Connelly More St., was admitted at son or. And mrs. William Rob Pany in its training programs. Community nursing Friday to Connell Svihel state the hours will be from 9 for treatment of an in Williams flushed and replied "1 withdraw the reference to another kind of tyranny i do not mean the British Are b Bailey. 1008 Haas ave . Friday daughter or. And mrs. Fred Munson 420 East Crawford ave.1 . Today. Receiving state month pension to noon and 1 to 4 . Monday through Friday. Miss Helen Var go is the nurse and offices Are located in the Mccrory building. Jurod right shoulder and upper suffered when she fell off a Stepladder at her Home. Her condition is listed today As the weather first improvement phases for East Park addition scheduled for Early Start Harrisburg up the state Eloyes retirement Board i disclosed Friday that freshman . Rep. J. Irving Whalley Windber Republican is drawing a lifetime pension of a month for his previous state legislative service Whalley 5k. Who represents the sprawling Ifill congressional District resigned from the state sen Case three Westmore Landers Given slay from prison Harrisburg three ate last August to run for con Westmoreland county men con Gress. To had nine years eight Vic cd of defrauding the state of months and 17 Days of state serv in cinders transactions ice before going to Washington have been granted another delay the Board also disclosed that a the Start of their prison sen Burl w. Glidden 70. Lancaster conces. Who retired As director of the the three Frank j Petrosky originally set feb. 20 for the three to surrender to Dauphin county prison but set it Back to feb. 27 when their attorneys asked the supreme court to recon Sider its decision of last Decem Ber on Appeal of counsel. Judge Kreider Friday granted a new de Cloudy Windy and turning colder today with intermittent rain be convening the five acre tract on the tract donated to the City additional acreage can be real legislative reference Bureau operator of the Salem Supply co., Lay pending supreme court a l of Timber adjacent to East Park by Harry Hosfelt. Izod. The Board he added do Jan l 1s entitled to an s84fi life Greensburg and Roland j sell Tion. S or Tiv into a recreation area As part of plans for the conversion have cleared it is necessary that those tire pension for almost Scottdale and Charles e. Fait for cars state government Arensburg . 3. Former assist is the Western temper Hurt record i maximum 37 action on the project was in Man Guy d. Tressler to provide mediately and Are an Mously approved thursday additional picnic and recreation right direction night by the City recreation space for Kast Park. The Hoard also approved Resur Board when the group approved amp flan Molinaro Hoard chair facing the Tennis courts in time Home Fram Hospital. Ant Road superintendent in the county will remain free until the state supreme court acts on their Donna of Stahlstown has plea to reconsider to decision not a t new duct i i 244 the first phase of Clearing out Man said if will take a lot of for us by the joint been Dischar Sard from Mcdams to near their Appeal Taft 3f underbrush and laying out walks time until full development of the continued on Page ten Hospital at Ligonier. Trial judge Homer a Kreider Petrosky faces a one to two year term and a Fine while sell and fait were Given three to six month prison terms and fines of each. They were convicted in 1958 of charging the which for cinders were not delivered. Court overrules new trial motion in damage suit Uniontown motions for new trial and judgment notwithstanding the verdict filed by counsel for Merle White of Mel Croft has been overruled by presi Dent judge Eustace h. Bane. White was defendant in a traffic Accident Case in a trial last fall which brought an verdict for the plaintiff John j. Morgan of Connell Svihel. Morgan and White were operators of a car involved in a crash on route 31 in Bull skin township March 2, 1958. Morgan claimed severe injuries and blamed White for the Accident maintaining the defendant invaded his Lane of traffic to make a turn and that he could not avoid the Nimitz turns Berkeley Calif

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