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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Its ft mistake to let your piltle get inflated too much It only makes you harder to swallow Volume 77 Twenty Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Friday November 13 1959 Cents US GIVES MORAL SUPPORT TO INDIA Storm Chills Rockies DENVER Colo An arctic blast plunged tures far below zero in many1 parts of the Rocky Mountains today on the heels of a inch snowfali that buried Montana w Drummong in the Helena Butte area of western Mon tana recorded 34 below the coldest reading in lion e na Montanas warmest minimum Vas six below zero at Butte had 33 Helena the state capital charted 32 below Subzero temperatures also were Common throughout Sheridan ancl Cody in the north each had 18 below Moorcroft had At Cheyenne the capital it 3 below Eastern Colorado temperatures remained slightly above Limon and Akron the coldest places and near the ColoradoKan sas line each reported lour above Zero Denver was seven above The Continental Divide formed a barrier to moderated temper atures west of the mountains The extreme cold in the eastern NOTHING TO DO BUT GRIN AXD BEAR ITThreeweekold Michael Landreville comes under Rockies was the core of a hugej the close scrutiny of his mother Mrs Thomas Landreville 20 of Long Beaeh and his cold air mass with a leading dentist Dr S Leonard Cutuli as he prepares to give uu the two lower front teeth he was born extending from northern Califorwith The extractiona precaution against the looselylodged teeth coming out and being inhaled nia through northern Texas and thence northeastward into Penn sylvania Strong gusty winds pushed cold air into the southern plains Ponca Okla had puffs of 60mile wind The cold spread a snow blanket of four to eight inches in the north ern plains and the Midwest There was freezing rain ynd drizzle in an arc from southensi Sec 34 2 Col 2 into Michaels windpipewent just like the dentist said it would it didnt hurt much AP Wirtpholo US Allocation For Jimmy Stewart Field Jets Collide 4AirmanDies Others Safe OKLAHOMA CITY Okla AP Air Force jets collided near here Thursday afternoon and crashed One airman died two ctliers parachuted to safety Hundreds of Oklahoma workers rtn route home witnessed the col lision of a T33 trainer and a supersonic interceptor which had just taken off from nearby Tinker Air Force Base The Victim a student pilot was found five hours after the crash about half a mile from the wreck aye His identification was with held I dont know what happened or how I got out of the said vfapt Melvin V Corley the F101 pilot The last thing 1 heard was my wingman telling me Look here comes a The F104 was one of 19 en route from George AFB in California to Myrtle Beach S C The F33 was stationed at Vance AFB at Enid Okla Dale Dawson was flying the To3 with the student pilot It is reported today from Washington that the Federal Aviation Agency has approved an allocation of for I TL I the Indiana County Airport L0O InQLlp The allocation according to the report is for overlaying i n the primary runway apron and stub taxiway fencing and In markings IAWIIIWIIWW E R Quesada administrator of C L c the FAA advised Congress Thurs O M S 5 2 O day of the allotments Allocations NFW YQRK Ap T pfl Du are made only tor projects on rocher has a new romantic inter which local sponsors match federest blonde Hollywood actress al money on a 5050 basis Larri Thomas Daily Mir The Pennsylvania allocations inror said today c e It said Hollywood reports have me Allentown Bethlehom Easton it that theformer baseball mana weather is mild the golf course for land acquisition and gers 12year marriage to actress is in wonderful shape and Presirunway construction BradfordLaraine Day is all over but the dent Eisenhower settled down toMcKean County Airport day to enjoy both for land for secondary Durocher 54 dubbed The tip For the moment no pressing markings Port for his quicktongued habits while tasks ol government are intrudhrie AirPottEre for rein bigleague baseball moved out ing on the Chief Executive No See 2 Col S major ones are in sight before Ike Settles Down For Good Golf AUGUSTA Ga AP The next week K I C j en No Stump of their Beverly Hills home several months ago the newspa per said added Since then his constant little sidekick has been Larri a Wayne girl who went all the way to Holly wood to make Her parents Mr and Mrs Charles E Thomas of Wayne met Durocher six months ago and he visited them several times Annual Trailer Fee Bill Passed HARRISBURG of house trailers will be required to pay a annual registration fee a new state law The measure was one of a pack aye of new laws signed Thursday by Gov Lawrence regulating own ership and operation of house trailers mubile homes and office liailers One of the new laws would pro hibit operation of trailers on the highways while they have occu pants in them Another will re quire a special handling permit pickup of mobile homes and ffice trailers from dealers as now required for house trailers So for the next few days hower can count with a measure of confidence on getting in what VUI IC ll he came here forhis favorite YREKA Calif town sport on his favorite course and was still talking today about how the stockpiling of some rest for jack Lichens used six sticks of a taxing overseas tour next dynamite to blast a stump from niontl1 his back yard Wednesday i u In Ml davs the President will Lichens an appliance dealer the summer and they visit visi three continents and the cupsaid he used that much dynamke itals oi 11 nations and will travel on the advice of a friend whom i miles The trip to Europe he refused to identify Thomas as sa Asia and Africa starts Dec 3 The fallout over the area 8 llrtemew lrom Before that the budget and where Lichens lives included legislative programs that go to chucks of wood and earth up to 15 Congress in January have to be pounds over a 600 yard radius No whipped into form Budget Dione was hurt but one home owner Durocher are verv rector Maurice H Stans and other who found a 7pound piece of wood Both mv husband and r officials are expected to trek on his roof called police who are Mi Durocher We were down from Washington next week investigating J u uuiocjier We ueie to lend a hand with that Lichen hf no stump and no nf t man In the interlude the championcomment g Qndeitul man ship Augusta National Golf Club beckons from the presidential doorway Eisenhower has a white frame cottage near the 10th tee Cliff Roberts New York invest ment banker and chairman of the club board says the course never has boen in better shape He told the PriMilenl so when Hisenho Hew in Thursday from Washing ton Eisenhower found the sun beam ing strongly and the temperature delightful 71 for his 24th visii to the dub Eagles Dance Sat night musk Dance tomte Medoras Clymer by Tommy Phillips 78x In China Border Dispute By J I HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP The United Slates swiftly as sured India o its moral back in today in a border dispute with Red China India says the Chinese forcibly seized some ot her territory Secretary of State Christian A who first told a news con this country was taking later issued a statement lie Red in using This word was given to m Ebmassy here and dis j patched to the embassy in iNew Delhi President Eisenhower is sched uled to go to New Delhi on a good will mission within a month Offi cials were afraid that unless Her ters remarks weie clarified re sentment against the United Stkffes There is inherent hope as well as determination The State Council of Education Presidents visit r H ueitummduon has filed a certificate in the office fo news conference of the Indiana County Protliono9uestlons Herter said the United tary approving the annexation of Stats has no of knowing di 1 i L ii i rCCtiV nr Are We Prepared Editorial THE NEW HOME DEMAND which has captured the imagination ni the entire country has been a welcome addition to the resurgence o industrial and economic growth of Indiana County during the past decade But the new home construction program has been moving at an even more brisk pace locally in the past several months Neither the dent of the recession nor the impact of the prolonged steel strike has dampened the home build ing plans of hundreds of Indiana Countians A recent survey by the Indiana Evening Gazette has indicated that more than 250 new homes have either been completed or started in the county since Jan 1 Local and county residents have poured into this construc tion boom ft THIS MAY BE ONLY the beginning the actual em bryo to an unprecedented home construction tidalwave What the Gazette was unable to learn in its survey is the intangible How many families today are sifting through home plans with a projected eye toward the build ing of their dream houses And how many families are keeping a conservative eye on their budgets inhopes of purchasing their new homes This in itself contains a vital link between the current construction pace and what the area may expect if Indianas industrial climate continues to be more healthy IN BIG TOWN Beverly Aarl land 17yearold protege of the late Errol Flynn relaxes af ter arrival in New York from the West Coast She said shes in the city to wage battle for what she claims to be her right ful share of the Flynn estate Council OK Completes Annexation nusm that expansion is on the hortzon t j l I IV I M i I 111 7J I t w B the Spadafora property to the India or Red China uic oHctutiiuia 10 me in vmiia Une addressing diana Borough nghl in the disputed territorial the Chamber of Commerces annual stated The State Council took action on caimsand njs taken no sides on that should his company double in the next ten years it Oct 21 approving the transfer of issue would mean 330 additional employes and new resi about HO acres from the White Bul t5 minutes later he issued a dents for Indiana Township School District to the Informal statement saying w 11 u a Miir i diana Borough School District The questions asked me on Woulcln t this mean 500 more homes ror Indiana This action was taken after the this subject seemed to me directed he asked his audience state council of Education the legal rights along the bor Proportionate to Indianas industrial will it wl of the municipal anders and my answers according is reasonable to believe be a growth in population creat nexation of the Property located X elated only to the legality of ing an additional need for new homes plllallon along the northeast portion of the he rival claims There is the borough Cecil Spadafora is and more important point principal owner of the portion anj See In 2 Col 3 nexed to the borough and now ap1 proved for annexation to the school i Reportedly this act is the final home construction have been issued thus tar this year istep necessary for the complete I us THIS DEMAND FOR NEW homes is already upon Indiana Borough officials say 3i permits new Ffve Injured siep necessary 101 ine complete Accumulative costs ol these new homes and properties annexation of the area to the bor total according to the use of national averages ough and taking into consideration the price of lots The faith local residents have in the future of Indi ana County is illustrated graphically in White Twp where new home construction has been flourishing in the post World War fl era The building rate has been accelerated with each passing year In 1959 in the township the survey indi cates 111 new homes have either been completed or start ed compositely adding to in new properties This does not include Shado Wood Village the new development that has been zooming at a somewhat aston ishing pace At least 20 new homes have either been com pleted or placed in the construction stage there this year School Bible Reading Case Appealed Rt 422 Crash NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION is not limited to the 1 wish to lhank my frieudb and viters of Montgomery Twp who supported me for Road Supervi sor Sincerely Robert G Lemnuni 77x Allstate Battery 24 mo 6 Mills volts ex deals Roebuck Co 78xS Mr Penninqton Dies Here Today ClartMice A Peiiniiigtoii lor mejmerchant here passed away at this afternoon i Robinson Lytle Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements A complete obituary will appear m tomorrows i DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson speaks today concerning a Chicago gangster who is touring Europe with urnof Ihe citys police officials Setedi torial page i CONFERENCE riiiSlate Teachers 1oUogc CoiilVrence title rklis on tuniorniu s lilt Head about this and other sports on pages 14 and J5 Other Features j The headon crash of a station i wagon and a car yesterday at on Route 422 a mile west of jElderton brought injuries to five j men according to the State Police Three of the accident victims i are in fair condition today in the PHILADELPHIA AP The j Indiana Hospital suburban Abington Township According to the report Fred School Board is appealing a ruling j erick Perry 39 Beyer was oper that mandatory Bible reading andjating the station wagon with three recitation of the Lords Prayer in passengers and James Lutz 25 Pennsylvanias public schools are Callensburg was traveling alone unconstitutional m the other vehicle iHrvv is not unmeet TO tne The school board filed a noticei Admitted to the Indiana Hospital county seat and its adjacent areas There are no mythical of aPPeal to tne US Supreme1 were the following boundaries to this demand for new homes Court in district court heref Perry with back and chest in T u r j o m i Thursday i juries and abrasions of the left In Homer City and Center Township 14 permits to A special threejudge federal hand taling were issued in the first eight months of this court handed down a decision1 Clair M Peterman 51 Home R year Blairsville Borough has granted 12 new permits and Sept 16 ruling the practices unD 1 received a fracture of the Burrell an area bordering Blairsville has issued constitutional left forearm chest injuries and in a corresponding number The special court decision was juries to his left shoulder r i i i on a suit brought byEdward L i Clvde Marshall 30 Rural Vallev Concrete statistics on the construction rate in other schempp on behalf R n 1 to the headL areas o the county are not available but it is sale to as Ot his three children Treated at the hospital and re sume through a comparison with the aforementioned dis In its appeal the school board leased was John Renosky 50 the tncts that more than 50 new homes have either been asked the Supreme Court to fourth occupant of the Perry sta completed or are under construction throughout the other decide whether the federal courts tion wagon sectors have jurisdiction in the matter Lutz was treated for lacerations since the Pennsylvania Supremeof the forehead and leg and re Court has not yet interpreted or Ceased determined the constitutionality of Total estimate of damage to the a section of the public school code two vehicles was placed at Police said both vehicles were de molished State Police from the Indiana substation report another injury accident yesterday on Legislative Route 32072 four miles west of Creekside at Listed in fair condition in the Indiana Hospital is Eugene Nie henke 50 Elderton with a back injury and fractured ribs Police said Niehenke was oper ating a vehicle west on the Leg islative Route when he was side swiped by a car coining in the op posite direction operated by Ridi The United Hind campaign The Blairsville Area under R W School Saltsburg McGill Motors ard 18 Home V1 workers turned in to the Barr and Robert Humphry has Joy Mfg Co and Indiana Mfe Co the ntact the Nie Audil Committee Thursday lringraised the highest percentage of Officials of the county wide amlieake vdllde wtu tlltf roud nit the total raised to date the any area quota 70 paign are urging that businesses to a sald Damage to each vehicle was es HOMES CONSTRUCTED in Indiana County are See 2 Col U About 63 Per Cent Of Total Pledged By County United Fund ima ted at llUMJj U t uuilcs lamp Hi ItiU I KdUiuul Notes Spurts rviudiu Wurld Tu WEATHER Cloudy and cold tonight with occasional snow in the portion and ram changing to in smith portion Low ii ili tu H Saturday cloudy and cold with snow Hurries High 35 to 40 siill ly be contaitcd wtw vuui sum ol in line is the Saltsburg result and industries increase their cor i per cent of the goal where has been raised porate giving to the accepted ruin has been attained through xclun llirough the public aal iniimiin of per employee diich A yes tajy contributions in the six jb pan of the chapter plan acept lcrday al pm nllk paign ureas Meetings have been scheduled ed by 50 major local concens Llymerou Route 80 according tu Indiana Area One has raiseil J4 lor next week under the Comaiun It is my said ehainnan Slau Imm perceni of its quota toality Division format The schedule when apprised of the slatlon ling The Industrial Diviol the solicitation in all sections of campaign results that donors ev ls car by sion to date has of While Armstrong and Indiana 3orervwhere in Indiana Countv vilj Clawson J2 Dixonville ran us goal under the direction ough will be worked out at these give what their lotal gifts would lht and struck a guard ol Albert Mari and Robert I iKdy meetings said division leader amount to were they solicited by lor SIS percent of goal Close beVance McCracken each agency on an individual Was c e Wlth is the giving of Public Ser The employes of the following paign basis fld lodgeu employees and linns linns have made application for The next campaign repori uidit a Jal1 awalt the leadership of Richard Snow lothe good ciiuenship award D sed is schedulaJ for next Thursday sclieUuleil lor today lal Bell Telephone Company Manupon an hours pay per month Campaign workers have been ad Uiimaiit to the Clawson v ager The Professional Division from three fourths of all employvised to complete their assign lass at the moment with nany ees J M Shick Printing Comments prior to that dale Une Club Savvy 1iy Friday pi people and then help Kijsl National Bank of more week will be to the 1ishci Scicniilic J a c k s y 11 campaign cleanup ish vehlt and every ;