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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Jtast pleasant thought the first day of next summer wilt be June 21 vft Volume 91 twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday December I 1959 City EDITION Two Sections 3 Of 25 Survive Williamsport Plane Crash t Two Arent Expected To Stay Alive MONTOURSVILLE AP An Allegheny Air lines plane groping for a in a snowstorm crash ed into a rhountain today A doctor at the scene said there were three surviv ors among the 25 aboard bulj two arent expected to j The plane was en route from Philadelphia to land Ohio It struck Eagle Mountain about midway from he top j Tom Schadt a salesman said he saw the twinengine plane approach the Williams pvrt Montoursville airport turn away for a new landing try and then head directly toward the nearby mountains in this central Pennsylvania fl Dr W W Wilcnx told newsmen 11 filliam of the U S Supreme Court the su ere tke to al lhe Avocation of students and faculty 11 it T vi I v i iji i t LK 11114 lilxL 11 UJ ft J 1 C i 1 rri i 11 r i i d the hospital at ncarbv Williams CJ fld Teachers College Wednesday December 2 port One of them was a man al FJsher Auditorium named Materossy from Philadel William O Douglas has been associate justice of the phia he said but had no further Supreme Court for twenty years having been appointed bv REORGANIZE At Justice Douglas n Address At STC Tomorrow details In Washington an airlines spokesman said an Air Force ser geant whose name was not ob tained was dropped from the heli copter and picked up one surviv or who wastaken to a Williams port hospital He said the helicopter from Olmstcud Air Force Base at Har risburg returned to the crash scene with doctors from Williams port and later radioed a request for more medical aid Me ex pressed hope that this indicated additional survivors Myron McGrath manager of the airport said he understood there was one survivor but it was A not clear immediately whether the pilot and McGrath were talking Franklin D Roosevelt in 1939 about he person 1 heard the pilot gun his Schadt said A second nr two later there was a gigantic Schadt was visiting his compa nys plant which adjoins the air port The plane circled around and then disappeared in the mist and he said An Air Force helicopter pilot searching for the plane radioed that he had sighted it Its a TAKING TIMK OIT TO LAI Gil Clement Attlee IWmor prime minister Of Groat fin tiim and Dr Willis E Pratt president of 1STC exchange cluuklis during Lord visit to collcee campus yesterday The former prime minister spoke to a uomonly a Cultural Life Serifs program in Fisher Auditorium last night the of at DOUGLAS speaks here tomorrow Clymer Men Fair After Crash Today Born in Maine Minnesota in 1896 Justice Douglas was gradu ated from Whitman College in Wal la Walla Washington and taught in the high schools of Yakima Washington before taking his de gree in law at Columbia Univeri sity He practiced law in New York City and was a member of the law faculties of Columbia and Yale Justice Douglas is the author of some half dozen books his latest being Russian Journey publish ed in 1956 by His other books include North From Beyond the High Strange Lands and Frfendly Of Men and We the and An Almanac of a day book of landmarks of liberty in which the great movements to wards political social religious i r n and legal liberty are traced to An early morning snowfall sent county their sources crews into operation about o a in today The topic of Justice Douglas A 36 trucks and 72 men fanned out to all lecture is Democracy vs Comlions the county to begin their cindering operations numism in in which he dis The weatherman is optimistic rising democratic inabout warmjng temDeratures SAYS ATTLEE ExBritish Prime Minister In Talk At Local College By FRANK HOOD Associate Editor Former British Prime Minister Clement Attlee said last night in speaking to a standing room only audience at the Indiana Stale Teachers College that the world will have tc substitute the rule of law Tor the rule of force if not we will have World War Lord Alt lee called for a United Nations to make another attempt to try to substitute the rule of law in the world The idea of the absolute soverign state is quite out o the speaker asserted We have to give up the idea of the sovereign state and submit to Sec McElroy Resigns Top Defense Post iB Miidonee pliutoi Lord Attlee said he was not decrying the United but pointed out that the one thing we have not done is lo prevent He recalled several attempts in his lifttime lo substitute Ihe rule of law tor the rule of force attempts to make the world like1 WASHINGTON H Indiana peaceful with the McElroy resigned today as secre people living harmoniously togethiary of defense and President Ei senhower chose Thomas S Gates attempts was the now deputy secretary to sue Cindering Qews ut On to the one Alabama To Play 0 I 1 his lack of enforcementwould while McElroy was attending III LlDCrty DOWl he Corrected in Atfkes new aieeting of ihe National Securit PH A PHILADELPHIA today accepted an A u Alabama invitation world highway ashing Two Clymer day in fair condition complete charred wreckage exdiana with injuries of the cept for the tail section which is head they received this morning he reported in a two cat crash al the inter Others said lhe plane did not section of Oak and Fourth Streets burn in Indiana The copter pilot not identified Theodore Hankinson 48 10 Har said he could see ono passenger rison Clymer suffered a lacer still strapped to a seat high up in ation of the forehead trec Lawrence Yingling 53 Harrison Allegheny Airlines has carried Clymer operator of the car in passengers since 1949 without a which Hankinson was a passenger fatal accident In the last two also received a laceration of the years it has won national awards head for safe operations j Indiana Borough Police re Montoursville is about flO miles port the accident occurred when north of Harnsburg the state the car operatedby Yingling go capital liagle Mountain lies bejing west on Oak stopped at tween Highway 15 and thethe intersection with Fourth St community of Muncy and then pulled out into the path State Police described the visOf another car going north on Hibility as practically Fourth St The air force helicopter located the operator of the the plane about some second vehicle was Robert L two hours after the Marstahl 19 Clymer R D 2 tin executivetype due at the airport The plane left Philadelphia around There were scheduled stops at Harrisburg Williamsport Mon toursville Bradford and Erie and Cleveland It was Allegheny Flight 371 0 At Washington an airlines spokesman said the pilot last wasj heard from when he was cleared for a landing at Snow was falling at the time Moments later the plane broke through the storm over the airport But ii turned away the spokesman said cussed the rising democratic inabout warming temperatlires stitutions there the impact of H men are listed toMarxism and communistic tactics morrow with he highs to be well in the In tliat of the worlcl and tne lDOve freezing With occasional manner of repelling them snow Hurries scheduled and the His lecture also covers Red Chipossibility of rain showers in this na and the race between it and area as the forecast for tomorrow India for the hearts and minds of the roads should be completely the people and ends with a sumcleared of hazardous conditions mary of the Western relations with Today State Police report snow Soviet Russia and an appraisal of covered highways in the Ebens the ultimate outcome Jobless Pay Hike Nears Final Okay er One of these attempts was League of Nations which the speakceed him er said he supported He poinffed The expected of enforcement as effectiveimmediately of the reasons why it by the White House a r Security government fey a grmwne Councifl with woiVkHng up vlwl Tti i At thai HajjSuw meet Penn State in the Liberty tingents but a group ofopte Bowl footlui 11 game at the loyalty only to the MeFrfy fti delphia Stadium Dec 19 Jjr he icV his Announce ent ol Alabamas acthis type of police force Mr Altlion his ccptance was made al a news pointed lo the worki In a letter to seclerence by Ambrose Bud Duded together under General 17 ley copromoter of the game hower when he served as military sij Dudley said we fwl sure that commander in Europe AlabamaPenn State game More than this the former Brit McKlroy is expected to become be an outstanding inaugural ish Prime Minister suggested that chairmanof the board of Procter lor football fans of the Fast who the UN should perhaps form a Gamble Cincinnati soap manu long have desired a major bowl in legislative branch of two houses facturing firm R R Jthe will Fisenhoww dated McElroy said he was re gning for personal reasons of an urgent nature home Mrs J Richman Dies After Illness HARRISBURG AP An ad ministration proposal to boost un burg area with some slippery compensation bene ditions fits and establish a new scale of It is reported however the snow employerpaid taxes to finance that fell throughout the night is them headed today for final breaking up throughout the trict i Ine Senate passed the State Awards Contract For Homer Road Deupree where rules and laws could be present chairman plans to retire made with enforcement by the poand he said he will ask the board jlice force to elect McElroy as his successor I Mr Attlee went back into his McElroy was president of P G lory to show how persons living when he was appointed on Ihe frontier needed no laws of defense When people formed communities i Eisenhower in a Dear Neil however Lord Atllee pointed out letter accepted McElroys resig that they had to give up some of nation with regret and expressed secretary See 4 Col 1 Fwo mches of snow fell on south With DeGoulle Adenauer Visits Paris For Talks Mrs Harriet Richman 259 Oak Indiana passed away al in Indiana Hospital this morncausing traffic tieups as thousands ing following a prolonged illness of motorists headed for work on Her husband Jack is an Indiana slippery roads businessman In some sections of Pittsburgh A complete obituary appears in vehicles were backed up for blocks todays Indiana Evening on ice and snow covered arteries i State police reported slippery Blatts closed tomorrow due to conditions on the western part of a death in the family 9lx the Pennsylvania Turnpike and urged motorists to drive with cau I lion A 35 speed limit was posted Cindering crews were called into action immediately alter the snow began falling Some minor acci dents were reported The U S Weather Bureau said the snowfall would move into other sections of western vania later in the day An earlier check showed then was no new snow in Erie Kane 491 Monday night and it to the House for almost tain concurrence in Senate Indiana County United Fund Box Score and Warren PARIS AP Chancellor Kouerable concern among their other In Coudersport rad Adenauer came to Paris today allies rain Mercer tor another round of talks with Leaving Bonn Foreign Minister Counties reported President Charles de Gaulle Heinrich von Brentano said he benow snow Spokesmen that they lieved we do not have anv bi HARRISBURG AP The Slate Highways Departnient today measure awarded contracts for road pro returned jects in these counties S 119 miles fourlane divided concrete pave ment six bridges widening pave ment and hlacktopping work La trobe Road Construction The legislation would increase maximum weekly benefits from S 422 miles a week to S38 next Jan 1 and between Kiitaiming and Worthing to July 1 One of the Senate ton fourlane divided concrete amendments removed another pavement Frank Mashuda stepup to Jan 1 UKil The Mashuda Construction Frank maximum duration of Mashuda I City 30 left intact For employers it would mean Route 310 a new range of payroll taxes from per cent to 4 per cent Those with a lesser labor turnover would pay a lower rate The present is per cent on the first covered employe The per cent lev y has been 0 14 in effect since last Jan 1 because the fund nearly went broke alter Dunn turned M if fi and Franklin two inches of Previously reported Raised since Friday Totals to date agree completely on major issues lateral problems which could cause facing the Western Allies but us any some lesser have However the widely circulated cropped up saitj The twoday meeting is the fourth editorially Adenauer was taking between Ihe two leaders Ue some heavy luggage to Paris Gaulle returned to power 18 and wondered whether he would months ago In that period Adendare to unpack it auer and the French president items of achieved i unity which has Mayor Warns Drivers On Main Street huge outlays during the IrtfiX re cession The at about the lOOmilliondollar mark is expected to rise beyond 300 mil lions by the end of on the basis of lhe proposed lax range When it reachs that figure im See 4 Col 2 I S HI and U S widenin see bituminous surfacing W L Construction Cochran I Free Diamond ring iOO Gel free coupons i Jewelry Ncihin to buv M at Ro ers Generosity un the purl v the late givers can put this campaign over tluj goal ol said campaign chairman Joseph F Mc Mahun vv i t h enthusiasm The money is there and solicitors should do their utmost to make all neees sary contacts in the next lew days We must succeed Kvery comparable city ami county ol our sue is reach ing its goal per said become one ot the strongest lorces repeated in the Western Alliance vltin disagreement the pa include I De statements that control of her I tutuje war instia Indiana Burgess G W Maibach janlles said today thai local police have Ffnce been instructed to be especially alert to speeding and double park f ing on Philadelphia St during the Get It Oft Your Mind Observers speculaied ihey would in any review such pressing matters as placing control with the North Atbusy holiday shopping days plans for the Western summit lantic Treaty the The Hurgess said he willieiom meeting in Paris Dec 19 the recent arrest by Hit French of a mend suspension of operating pn slaius ol West Berlin and Gvnriu German ship with arms for North v ilege ol anyone apprehiiulfd rcuniticalion the disarmament Africa 3 activities of antiAlae violating thesetraffic laws problem unity nan French terrorists in Ger A little care and speed will Adenauer and Ue Gaulle also uiimany and 4 statements bv De prevent accidents from happening doubtedly will discuss the vhatiGaulle and Prime Minister and keep busy shoppers and cellors visit last month to London Debrt that Polish and Sovit orcited children from being in which he and Prime Minister cupation of former German terri Harold Macmillan patched up lory beyond the River swine of the differences between frontier should be considered thorn which had caused issue Trio Trapped In Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH vaiion collapsed and trapped three men today at the Allegheny Cemei lerv The excavation was about 19 I eel deep Several ambulances and police civws sped to the scene The men reporiedls were work ing on a new mausoleum An iMiHrgeiuy call was placed lor a priest to administer the last PICS ol the Catholic elunch Po lice also asked lor rope Truck Driver Trapped In Crash Here The operator of a truck involved in a cartruck collision shortly af ter midnight was trapped in the of the vehicle alter it over following the impact Trapped was Cluir Graham 40 Hyde who was freed by a wrecker about a half hour followingthe crash Graham was not seriously injur ed Stale Police from Ihe Indiana substation report the accident oc curred about a mile north of In diana on Rome 110 when a car opera ted by Gerald Thomas Fox 18 Indiana R D passed anoth er vehicle and hit the truck head ui Fox police said leceived lacer ations of his left knee and hand Police the damage lo ihe truck at and to the car Neither operator was admitted lo the hospital deep appreciation of your distin guished McElroy served as defense chief for 26 months starting in the fall of 1957 Eisenhower gave Gates a re cess appointment A formal nom ination will go to the Senate when Congress reconvenes in January See Sec 4 Col 4 Pennsylvania Fires Sebo PHILADELPHIA AP Steve Sebo was fired as Penn football coach today and John Stiegman appointed to succeed him Sebos dismissal after six years at Penn was announced in a state ment by Penn President Dr Gay lord P Hurnwell The statement was handed to newsmen in the of fice of Jerry Ford director of ath letics Sebo was dropped despite the tact his team won the Ivy League championship and Us 711 record was the best overall mark in 11 years fur the Quakers Siiegman was given a fouryear contract by Perm Homer City 1 eg ion party tonitt 5S Midgets Regulars 91x Inside The Gazette ol BASKKTBAU UKBLT iunlv llif artiun mi 14 ami its debut KMiight See storiei DKKW PKAKSON SAYS Drew JH I uuit in Uif ui cdiltirial page liuiupii U i injured Mr Marbach enlisted lhe help ot all 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