Indiana Evening Gazette

October 09, 1950

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Issue date: Monday, October 9, 1950

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1950, Indiana, Pennsylvania Weather Cloudy and cooler tonight with showers likely in east portion Tuesday cloudy and cooler COVERING THE WORLD FROM THE COMMERCIAL CENTER OP WEST CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family VOLUME 47 INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1950 TEDDY The change in the income tax puts more meaning into the expression you cant take it with you FOUR CENTS BATTLES RESUME IN NORTH KOREA Reds Put Up FlgM 2 Places TOKYO Oct Red Koreans put up fiery re sistance today against the deep penetration of the ROK forces fighting for the port of Wonsan and the first Am erican troops to cross into Communist Korea north of Seoul On both widely separated thrusts by the Allies officers expected the local Red oppo sition to crumble quickly But the Reds gave no indication that they willheed a new last time surrender demandaired General MacArthur The South Koreans ROKS may be preparing to turn at Wonsan from their 90mile northward advance on the Sea of Japan coast and strike west across the waist of the penin sula for the Red capital Pyong yang 95 air miles ahead About equally distant from Pyongyang troopers and tanks of the U S First Cavalry Division crossed parallel 38 in regimental strength on the road leading north west out of Seoul the ROK capital with Pyongyang as the apparent goal The Allied Ground Fighting Forc es thus are in position to miles on the westward tack 85 on th enorthwest push Such converging drives would aim to strangle the Red government of Kim II Sung in its home base A fierce battle raged for the bijr industrial port of Wonsan AP Correspondent William Jorden with the South Koreans said they expected to crack into the city by Tuesday morning1 The heavy fighting at Wonsan and of Seoul was the first show of Red resistance since South Koreans crossed the border Oct 1 AP Correspondent William J Waugh U S First Cavalry Forces who crossed Monday on their push northwest from Seoul and Kaesong quoted a Redprison er The officers up there wont let them the Reds surrender See REDS PUT Continued on Page Two This Picture Started A Fuss KH This photograph of Otto L Lyman right shaking hands with Senator Robert A Taft ROhio appeared in the Niles Daily Times Aug 16 Lyman said he was so severely criticized for it by the Trumball County CIO Council that he resigned as Council Treasurer Backing Taft he complained of attempted political domination of the CIO Political Action In center is Gene Blair Trumball GOP leader AP Tidal Wave Pounds Amboina Truman Talk Planned For New York By ERNEST B VACCARO WASHINGTON Oct iose associates disclosed today that announcer from station WDAD President Truman is planning awas critically injured in a two Announcer Pattison Is Injured James E Pattison 25 805 Oak street Indiana wellknown radio major foreign policy speech in New York this month The speech a nonpolitical talk to the United Nations General As embly is one of possibly three or four talks Mr Truman contemplat es making before the Congressional elections in November iiese who cannot oe Fire Department Plans Purchase Of Truck Chassis The Indiana Fire Department willj modernize one of their fire trucks with the purchase of a new truck chasis and cab to replace a used 1942 model purchased during World War II The original fire truck body will be mounted on the new chasis Here is an example of how the money is spent that the citizens of Indiana and surrounding areas con tribute each year The local fire men are always working to better the fire fighting equipment and the donations they receive every year are needed to finance these im provements The current drive for funds by the Indiana Fire Association now1 underway is an annual event and quoted by name said Mr Truman has definitely abandoned any thought of an extensive Whistle stop political campaign He had contemplated such a stumping tour before the Reds invaded South Kor ea and made inopportune a direct new appeal in behalf of tbr Fair A While House announce ment on the New York speech Oct await a formal in vitation from the United Na tions The occasion is the fifth anniversary of the date when the United Nations Charter be came effective See TRUMAN TALK Continued on Page Two Homer City JP Dies Suddenly Allen Wilson 82 justice of Ihe peace in Homer Cily for Ihe past seven years was found dead this morning He was found aboul 11 a in on a Main slreet property where he had been working car collision on Route 80 six miles south of Indiana last night He was admitted to the In diana Hospital where his con dition this morning was re ported by hospital attaches as He is to have suffered internal injuries that Included a punctured lung and fractured ribs Pattison who is an Army Re serve second lieutenant was due to leave for active service the 17th of this month having been called by Second Army The driver of the other car in volved in the crash was Albert Zamberlan 22 of Iselin He was admitted to the hospital where he was being treated for lacerations of Ihe hand and wrist and a hip in jury His condition was listed as State Police from the Indiana substation said the accident occur red about p m Zamberlan was traveling south on Route cSO and Patlison Iraveling north Zam berlan told police he saw Ihe Pat lison car coming in his direction and applied his brakes which caused his vehicle to swerve over into Ihe path of the car The two cars struck lefl lender to lefl fender and the Zamberlan car overturned The damages were eslimaled al more than USWAsks Substantial Pay Raises PITTSBURGH Oct fi CIO United Sleelworkqrs today re ported 35 large and small steel companies have agreed to imme diate negotiations on the unions demand for a very healthy anr substantial wage District USW directors were given the job of arranging negotiation sessions at mutual ly agreeable limes Some of tbe sessions are already under way The big union said it has re ceived replies from 41 of the 1400 companies which the USW asked to reopen wage provisions of their contracts today instead of Novem ber 1 Five companies suggested meet ing with the union at some later date between now and November 1 the date set by the contract for reopening wage provisions One company the Babcock and Wilcox Tube Company Beaver Falls insisted on holding to the November 1 date No replies have been received from the nations two biggest steel United States Steel Corporation and Bethlehem Steel Corporation But Bethlehem sources said the company sent a letter during the weekend expressing willingness to meet with the union at a mu tually convenient time A union spokesman said that Get Your Man First MANITOWOC Oct 9 Carol Ann Erclman Is the kind of woman who be lieves in Rettingher man In the midst of preparations for her Saturday afternoon Miss Erdmnn suffer ed an appendicitis attack Un daunted she told only her family and went through the ceremony at the First Luther an Church as though nothing were amiss Then she had her husband who is of Oak Park Ill take her to Holy Family Hospital She was operated on Sunday Mrs Stanford Arthur Madi son is reported In excellent condition Republican Standard Bearers GOV JAMES H DUFF JUDGE JOHN S FINE while 35 companies agreed to meet today in many cases the first ses sions cannot be arranged for at See USW ASKS Continued on Page Two Kale Graduate Slays Doctor Wounds Wife Enlistment Of Guards Is Deferred HARRISBURG Oct 6 allout effort has not yet been made to recruit men tor the State Guard Pennsylvanias homefronl military organization And the big reason is that Pensylvania Guardsmen are slill at home and available for state ciuty until Federalized Maj Gen Frank A Weber Slate Adjutant General and State Guard Commander said recruiling is con fined principally to three Stale Guard regiments with headquarters at Washington WilkcsBarre and Erie Those three areas were vir tually cleared of guardsmen by the induction of the PNGs 28th Infantry Division into Federal service last month Commanders already have been assigned to the State Guards 10th Infantry Regiment at Washinglon at the 13th Regiment at Wilkes Barre They are Col Raymond E Goodridge and Col Itchell Jenkins DuffFine Caravan To Be Here Tomorrow Pennsylvanias Republican Caravan is slated to arrive tomorrow in Indiana in time for a luncheon in Hotel and a reception in the Community Building from one to p according to announcement made today by County GOP Chairman Harvey George The entire state slate with the exception of Bell will be in the party This includes Governor Duff Judge John S new Economic stabilization AgenlFine candidates for U S Senator and Governor respectively Steps Taken To Set Up Controls WASHINGTON Oct 9 ff Early completion of the machinery to control prices and if those curbs are in prospect today following selection of Dr Alan Valentine to head the cy Valentine 49yearold educator and businessman from Rochester N was named late Saturday to be ESA administrator Presi dent Tiuman announced the ap pointment shortly after his return from an eightday Chesapeake Bay cruise on the yacht Williams burg Cyrus S Ching 73 the Fed eral Mediation Service Direc II Is the desire of the governor and parly to meet as many peo ple of Indiana and Indiana County as the time will permit The reception will he in the lonff room of the Community Building under the p tered on the side John Fine says the he will if elected whenever corruption rears its Fine in a weekend statement replied to one by Richardson Dil his answer to whether he will tor was reported ready to give worth in which the Democratic Gubernatorial candidate said sweeping investigation of rhiladel accept chairmanship of a nine phia Citys Government is needed man Wage Stabilization Board but that only a token inquiry has Ching has told friends he is re luctant to accept the which he believes should go to a trained labor economist These as sociates however said he prob ably will accept if Mr Truman urges him to do so The White House said only that Ching is one of those under consideration When Valentines appointment was announced the White House said Mr Truman would act prompt ly to select his top ESA the members of the wage board and a price stabilization director been conducted so far Dilworth Avoids Office Fine said that the token in quiry resulted in Dilworths cle lion as City Treasurer of Philadel phia but that Dilworth has appear ed in that office only a few days will be speeded but not nt th expense of justice At the same time we intend to vigorously pursue wrong doing in the Democratic mlnistFrffoa i ami wherever else rars its ThreeWay Crash i North of Armagh j Three automobiles were involved in a collision yesterday afternoon on Route four miles north of Armagh Drivers of the car involved were I listed by Stale Police as Donald Babies Conemaugh William John Johnstown and James A Bennett Johnstown R D 1 Police said the accident occurred wiien the Babies machine skidded Mountain Of Wafer Reported JAKARTA Indonesia Oct 9 AP Violent earth quakes and a gigantic tidal wave brought an appeal for outside assistance today from the Island of Amboina center of a rebellion of South Moluc cans against the government of Indonesia Heavy casualties were fear ed here from the quakes and a tidal wave which a broad cast from the island said to 200 meters 656 The island 32 miles long and having an area of 386 square miles is subject to Frequent damage from quakes The asking Red Cross help said the earth shocks beg Sunday morning Advices from Poona India yesterday said seis mographs there recorded an earth quake in that general area with its epicenter near Timor which is southwest of Amboina Damage was reported heav iest in the coastal districts of the island home for some 240 The villages of Galala and Ilalongwere believed have been hard hit and suf j fering casualties The island already suffered as a result of heavy fighting betweeji Indonesian Government South Mbluucans The Soutn AVluccan Republic whose center See MOUNTAIN Continued on Page Two the residents of this area are NEW HAVEN Oct 9 to support them Mail in your 27yearold divinity school graa tribution envelopes or send your J check to that organization now Its your fire department support them Ratings Offered To County Men Indiana County men who enlisl now in Ihe local Pennsylvania Guard unit will be Ihe first men to be con sidered for ratings according lo in J formation released from Co F head quarters in Indiana this morning The Guard Armory located on Wayne avenue in Indiana will be open for enlistments tonight from ed to be a former patient of the 7 to 9 p m Veterans and nonvet psychialrislss Carroll said after The slayer then turned Ills sun on Mrs of two small fell ed her with two prominent Yale psychiatrist and Carroll said the Springfield po uale was idenlified today as the night caller who fatally shot a critically wounded his wife Stale Police Major Leo F Carroll said Ihe suspecled slayer of Dr Lewis Thome was Theodore A TrentLyon of New Haven He said TrentLyon was identified1 by Mrs Thome after he was picked up by two Springfield policemen who became suspicious of him while he wailed for a bus TrentLyon an honor graduate from Yale and a graduate of Har licemen found a 22 calibre pistol and several bullets when they searched Iheir captive After being brought here Trent Lyon was held on a coroners war rant Dr Thome 42 was assistant din respectively Weber said a inander will be named next week for Ihc 13th at Erie A fourth regimcnl is planned for Harrisburg Little or no Stale Guard recruil ing is being done al Philadelphia Piltsburgh or Harrisburg where Na lional Guard units arc for the most part still intact They include the lllth Regimental Combal Team in Philadelphia Ihe 218th AntiAir craft Group at Pittsburgh and Hcadquaters outfits in Ilarrisburg Gov James H Duff ordered reac Reefs Handed Bad Defeat VIENNA Austria Oct Communism today suffered one of its most crushing recent defeats in Europe as Austria returned to normal after two clays of Red terror regimental were running on schedule since n a bridge Damages estimated at Fines statement continued No one was injured While he Dilworth keeps ing Police all over the state accus ing all Republicans of being thieves and robbers the crystal clear fact is that upstale there are no ac cusations of fraud leveled at any of the many Republican Court Houses Almost without exception there is no scandal against a Republican City Hall cxcepl in Philadelphia And in that city Republicans in vestigated indicted and convicted Republicans who were unfaithful to their trust The Philadelphia reelection will be further ferreted nut aiul punish ment imposed fully and rapidly under my administration the injuiry Indiana Doctor Was Not Called Dr Harold L Edison who main tains his office in the Rend Build ing in Indiana has asked the Ga zette to announce that the rumors being circulated that he has been called by the Army mcl that his of fice has been leased by other con French author cerns are false I have not Opera La Bofieme Jon Grain and Laurel Hurley will costar in Puccinis popular opera La Boheme as the open ing program of the Indiana Stato Teachers College Cultural Life Scries on October 13 at p m in John S Fisher Auditorium Returning to Indianas campuj for Ihe third consecutive year ths company is under the direction oi Desire Defrere stage director oi the Metropolitan opera and in eludes Ernesto Barbini coach and conductor of the musical staff o the Metropolitan opera Past per formances of the traveling group at ISTC were Butter fly and The Barber of LaBohemc is based on book Vie de Boheme by th Henri Murgei which portrays incidents of a been called by Bohemians struggling for Army and I will continue to maina meager existence in the Latin tain my same office in I Quarter of Paris around the year Dr Edison said ical professor of psychiatry and tivalion of the State Guard last mental hygiene at the Yale School August appointing Weber as com of Medicine imander The only description of the slayi Weber then called for recruits again Street cars operated un hindered and striking Reds went back to work Ten days of Communist efforts to foment a general strike to terrorize the country to isolate its capital and perhaps to set up a rump gov ernment were abandoned at LOS ANGELES Oct A L Urged To Favor Use Of Atom Bomb night The Communist leaders called off their ineffective twodayold gen eral strike and within minutes Red demonstrators took clown barri annual National Convention of Ihe America Legion was asked by its Execulive Committee loclay to re commend use of the atom bomb against Russia in the event of furth cades which closed all but one ofjcr aggression anywhere Viennas main rail lines and er was supplied by the gravely vard Divinity School was believj wounded woman preferably World War Two veterans between Ihe gaso of 26 and 50 erans between the ages of 26 and police queslioned him in search of From fragmentary statements prto nil Ihe ranks Enlistments are lice pieced togelher this story oficonfined generally lo Hie grade of Ihe shooting Iraffic from Soviel Zone the capital into the Naval Reservists Wifes Jump Fatal This is the crucial moment in our the committee said in asking for aid to any and all forces of freedom that will join with us and Ihn United Nations in the destruction of evil Chinese who will vigorously and effectively fight outside aggressors in order to obtain again and pre serve a free and indepedent and a treaty of peace with Japan by appropriate world powers under guidance and direction of General MacArthur The Executive Committee said also that the American people no longer have confidence in our Stale Department of in the present Secre tary Mr Dean Acheson and we oe lieve it is the duty of the President Thc opera is in four acts Produced by Richard L Wagg nor Puccinis masterpiece will b on lour for 10 weeks covering 000 miles in 27 states Other cultural life programs in the series include October 30 The Virginia Bartei Theater Comedy of December 13 Lowell Thomas Illustrated Lecture on Tibet February 12 Dudley Maslow Boles Dance Group April 3 Adele Addison Soprano soloist until tables of organization are established n ac i young wife of a Dr and Mrs Thorne were n the A Private is entillccl to pay of i 50 are urged lo join Ihe unil oria motive ganized to defend our Authorities at Harvard Divinity School said they tlid not believe living room of their home when for each day of training TrentLyon ever had held a pastorjdoorbel rang Dr Thorne answeri Weber was silent on the actual ate While at Yale he gave a lee cd the ring Mrs Thorne heard i number of men who have been Woman Injured In Area Crash Mrs Lottie Peifer 54 of Lebanon suffered minor injuries in a two car collision on Route 22 five milej Calling for an ever active Armed lo appoint immediately a Secretary jast of Blairsville about p i the Executive Committee of Stale who will instill yesterday afternoon according to SALEM Oct 9 thc Johnson Landed police aval Reservist American delegate to the United Penn Run Barn Saturday that furtlur lure on a new theory of an exchange of words and then isigned up aggression in any part of Ihe world day carrying her infant daughterly soviet Russia will meet the full i to its dealh afler she first Madforce by retaliation by the United tossed out her older child i u i j j i r 1 Nalions Police Authority including military Iraming the costruclion ct which attracted considerable husoand said just a Recruiting is proceeding on the is fmir month niH i A j j v t s 6 uead is rourmontnold Lot lamai j necessary Ihe release of Air Academy and the mamten an tention in collegiate circles at the Then two shots rang out and the local level under the charge of daughter of Mr and Mrs Hem ii wcapOns on Soviel time doctor siaygered into tiie living regimental he said lpelictier Her sislor 3 1 The aiso called for Marine The commission Erle Cocke of Georgia candiThe Lebanon woman along with date for the post of National Comher husband was traveling east mander presented in behalf of the when her car skidded on the wet National Security Commission a de pavement and skidded into the guard mand for enactment of universal rails Patricia H Gerard 766 South street Indiana was driving behind the Peifer car and when she ap plied her brakes also skidded and skidded into Ihe back of the Peifer ance and enlargement of the U S Indiana firemen answered alarm Saturday evening whc barn was reported on fire at Carroll said TrentLyon and slumpedlo the floor dead Their organizations however fair condition at Salern Uos1 occupation ofall Korea by Ihe U N lauded efforts of Louis Johnson Penn Run ed nere was positively identified Mrs Thorne was skot when she still in the Skeletal pital under the command of General Mac1 former Secretary of Defense for The barn was beyond saving by Mrs Thorne as the man who went to her husbands aid One State Guardsmen will use local Their mother Theresa 27 was Arthur nonrecognition by he his courageous and fruitful aeconin when local liremen arrived It was pumped six bullets into her hu bullet tore into her head near the armories for training Their duties taken to Ihe same hospital in United States of Red China con owned by Wilbur Amond oi heart last night os he eye Hospital attaches said will be the same as National poor condition suffering tinued defense of Formosa aid Johnson to be thu prijicipa for ren Ohio Damages were eslimatin the doorway his North Haven there was evidence she also had men except that they are not sub head and possible internal injuithe Philippine Government Damages were estimated at picked Keiffef speaker tins atternoon al the open Pears and Grapes Inquire J2SO ed at home sen beaten by the slayer jecl to Federal service ies i Communist aggressors support of ing session i St ;