The Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on March 6, 1958 · Page 12
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The Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Indiana, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 6, 1958
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A Local Paqe For Local People jurmns First Page Second Section Volume 58.--No. 171. Indiana, Pennsylvania, Thursday, March 6, 1958. Telephone IN5-5555 Red Cross Maps Campaign For Indiana County Funds SPORTSWEAR PLANT WINS HONOR --Jack Lerner (center), manager of the Indiana Sportswear Plant, receives safety award from Paul Sherwin, manager of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers" Association safety engineering department, at last night's banquet in Rustic Lodgii. Looking on is Miss Verdun McCoy, Clymer, president of local 637 of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. The award, presented for one million man houis of. \voik without a disabling accident, Slate Accreditation For Indiana Hospital Indiana Hospital is again listed among .the accredited Ihosiptals-in the yearly list published by the Joint Commis- 'sion on Accreditation of Hospitals. Dr. Kenneth B. Babcock, Commission Director, stated^ 'today that the local hospital is one of approximately 3,375j 'hospitals in the country on the accredited list. He reported' 7,000 hospitals are eligible for accreditation. "To be accredited is a mark of , distinction earned by high stand- Q A DI ards of care," Dr. Babcock added.»f OS I I I CJ H S The Joint Commission on Ac- _,, __ creditation of Hospitals is an ag-, | A A f l D « 3 n C 6 S the first for an Indiana County industiy from the PMA. (.Gazette photo by Sipos) Sportswear Wins Jst Safety Award ency established by five organiza- jtions -- The American College of {Physicians, American College of i Surgeons, American Hospital- As-. sociation, American Medical As-i caTTsociat'ion' hospital survey and inspection pro- I f\\ · ·!! | f"| D 13 ITS V I 1 1 SAFE DRLVER -- James E. Stephens. 1431 Watei Street, Indiana, P.B.X. Repairman in the Greensburg District for the Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, was admitted last evening to membership in the Company's famed One Hundred Thousand Mile Club at a dinner and safetv BLAIRSVILLE -- The local Am- Legion Post advanced plans Tuesday's meeting td sponsor gram initiated by the American teen-age dances. College of Surgeons in 1919. The] These dances will be held in the Joint Commission on Accreditation 1 Legion Hall and will be supervised) meeting in. the Mountain View of Hospitals began operations on'by Legion Members. j Hotel .Greensburg. The club is January 1, 1953. If successful, in add.tion to the! comprised of Bell employees who -Accreditation of a hospital round dances, square dancing will have °P eJ ' ated Company vehicles means," Dr. Babcock said, "that be held one night a week. Homer Post Plans Drive For Members it has voluntarily submitted to a Plans advanced call for a close- survey of its facilities and its pa-jiy-supervised entertamment for lo-j tient care. It is a badge of recogni-i c al children as each youth who at- 1 rrn- i j i T T J - c - i ' tion which the hospital can display'tends a dance will be given a The management and employes of Indiana Sportswear [o jtg community to that ltlsignature card to be m j ia and plant last night were presented a safetv award by the Penn-j conforms to high stan dards of pa-i sig ned by the parents, sylvama Manufacturers' Association Casualty Insurance C-o.' t j ent . care.'" at a banquet in Rustic Lodge. | The award--first to be presented to an Indiana County at least One Hundred Thousand Miles without having been responsible for a single accident. Any youth who leaves the Legion Dr. Babcock said the suveryors,,hall before 10 p.m. will have to - all physicians, rate a hospital on j sign-out. Tins will clear the Legion industry by the PMA--\vas earned through one million man certain basic requirements such asiof any responsibility after the child hours of work without a disabling accident. a safe physical plant free from Reaves. The plant, now rolling towards one and a half million fire hazards; proper supervision! A small admission fee will be 'hours of production uninterrupted by a disabling accident.;and review by the medical staff ofjcharged but this fee will be within -to-marked the one million milestone late in 1957. j l h e clinical work done in the hos-; rftaf ,£ O f all vnnth pital; 5 Indiana Girls Slated For "Caps" Indiana, White Twp* Excluded From Drive OHicictl*; of. the Indiana County Chapter of the American Red Cross announced today t h a t Robert Carson would head the a n n u a l campaign for funds in Indiana County, exclusive of. Indiana Boroueh and White Township where the residents have already made their contributions through the united campaign la*I October. In addition, Mr. Carson also serves as the Chairman of the Indiana County Red Cross Chapter. A goal of $12,5195 has been set for the campaign which gets undet- way in all parts of the county ex cept Indiana Roiough and White, Township on March 1". Chairmen of the various counts' districts were also announced for the fund drive. ' Robert C. Humphrey, Blairsville, is chairman of the southern dis- itrict. assisted bv Mrs. J. Herbert Geoiop and Robert ShoeniaKei, jboth of Burrell Township. i The southeastern district is headed by Marion Cribbs, Black Lick. and includes Brush Valley and Buf- 'fmgton, East Wheatfield and West jWheatneld Townships. 1 Chairman of the Homer Ciry| C e n t e r Twp. area is Herbert McAnulty of Homer City. The northern distuct campaign operations will be captained by Delbert Baker. This ear m a i k s Ihe first time Red Cross campaign has not been j conducted throughout all parts of i the county. However, tne united Kind campaign in October makes it unnecessary for Red Cross work- ROBERT CARSON . . . heads campaign HOMER CITY -- A person person approach will be used in an! presentation of the award was' ~~~ intensive membership drive now made by Paul J. Sherwin. mana- accident since June 1, 1954. City (g er of the PMA safety engineering 1 .. Thls receord has been accom . being conducted by Homer American Legion. Membership has declined | reach of all youth. If rules are violated. Iselin Veterans I S E L I N -- A special meeting o membeis of Iselin Post 5550 Velev Five area students at the Prcs- crs , 0 ,-anvass Indiana Borough' 3 " 5 of Foreign Wars, will be hel- buenan Hospital School of Nurs- and wh|te Township, ing in Pittsburgh will be among .department, to Jack Lerner. mana- plished by the individual effort of L. ec °' *" ^ TM *" -' Ken Davis urged veterans to af-| The d j n n e r affa ; r was attended filiate with their local Legion post by about 40 persons, including the maternal, infant and anes-l";:" 7 " " ' "~ ," . . . i n s Persons "capped" during ser-, Read The Gazette Classified Ads thetic death rates that are not ex I " ru es a [ e TM ] *^- a "lember'vices Friday evening in Pittsburgh cessively high; adequate medical! w11 automatically be expelled a n d j Mrs R u t h Perkilis Kueh Dean rds; ethical practices; inves-! anv , and ^ l violators will not be, o f the Universlty of Pittsburgh ion of all tissue removed at | ie - aclniute1 ' 'School of Nursing, will be the rates that are 1 In addition to the small admit-'speaker at the capping service con- ireasonable limits; proper nursing tance fee, membership cards must Ducted in the Third Presbyterian this Saturday night at 8 o'clock it ihe new post home, formerly Zig 'gies' tavein. and beshown to gain entry. all million he added. care; proper adrninisfrat jve Co. is as- medial staff organization. i "It can be seen from this ex-' Johnson conducted the meeting in planation," Dr. Babcock said, the absence of Commander John T church of Pittsburgh tomorrow Fust Vice Commander Richard!evening at 8 o'clock. Those from this area to be hon- economy - minded Congress that. S ent'alh-e7of" LocaTb" AmVlzama- Tf """ °" ? wel * na ' M ? maim -'planaiion," Dr. Babcock said, the absence of Commander John T d d threatens to cut Veterans' benefits. te d Sothina Workers ot^mSS ' f a C t U r C %TM e n L S ''" ° Uter 1"that the survev covers the essen-jMarshall and announced that the °'~ '"TM" A birthday dinner-dance on Marj^re£Ufve* ofth'e P M A S d . ^ "" ^ , ,, ,, t i a l ° f gOOd patient C3re The ·* TM mbereh| P tOCal has dimbed tO S t n d t n a BcUe Lo^ rtudeb^ '16 will mark the 39th anmversary ln diana Chamber of Commerce of- Another Campus plant, the Con- creditation program is a tribute 408. St., Indiana, Bctte Lou Roudebush. of the American Legion. ificials nellsville Sportswear Co , was sim-| no t only to the organizations which j The local Post is joining posts 60 Beech St., Homer Cny: Janice Reservations should be made byi T ., , X T . ii'arly cited in 1956 with the PMA'si SU pp O rt it but to hospitals which throughout the nation in observ- Lou Shaffer, 1325 School St.. Tndi- Fnday, Mar. 14 with Commander ov.Ik? 1 ' 6 '! d"d »i 1 3 T , .', highest industrial safety award for ( r n a ke it possible by their willing- 1 ance of the 39th anniversary of the ana . Suban M a r i e spurlin W I o- Davis or Adjutant Alex Molnar. |f f " V^,"Jf ," .'!., f L t , ,;.,,,,",,,, iri01 " e than one million hours work- ness to h a \ e their patient care founding of the American Legion judged by objective criteria. It is in Paris in March, 1919. The its post drill team expects to';; r * t !", ldes ln " safety whlle a t e d v/Vhout a lost-time accident participate in the Lovalty Dav par-| WOr ' j ade m Ebensburg on May 3. The Mr " Lerner a ^n congratulated| celebration is sponsored by set- tlle employes and attributed their erans' organizations in this area, success in work safety, to a co- Members also considered the pos- operative spirit within their ranks, sibihty of sending a desers'ing' Other speakers included Josephj ' local youngster to Keystone Boys' 'Steele. president of the I n d i a n a j Camp this Summer, the camp is Chamber of Commerce; William Tndiana Council of Republican noted as an experiment in demo- Ingersoll, executive-secretary of Women will discuss the local re- cracy for youth and offers an ex- the local C-C: Marie Newell of s i s trafion dnse aivJ launch a cellent activity program to its Pittsburgh, representing the union; membe rship campaign within its rcmpers. ;and Miss Verdun McCoy, Clymer, organization at a meeting in Mem- A testimonial banquet for past representing the local employes. orjal Hall I n d ) a n a on March ]4 commanders is also in the plan-! Guests included James N. Young, ning stage. safety engineer for the insurance Post officers will head the com- firm; Stanley Morse, cutting room mittee on arrangeents. supervisor, and William London. · Proceeds from a Heart Fund office manager. . .. ^ , t - - . ,,.;*,,,,,,,. f u D 'benefit dance last Sunday h a v e Anthony Furnari. sewing and "» the _party s current registration fitness the been sent to the Indiana County pressing room supervisor, served am P ai § n Heart Association. as master of ceremonies. I proof, that, with few exceptions, l o u r hospitals aie striving constant|]v to pnmo\e the care they render/' GOP Women's Group Slates Meeting Here ListGuests For Safety Program Here The session will begin al 8 p m. Representatives of t\\enty-f i v e Mrs. Margaret Craig, vice chair- schools, governmental agencies, m- man of the Indiana County GOP, stitutions, and businesses in Indi- u i l i tell members of the progress ana County have been invited to witness the lecture-demonstration on highway safety at the Senior is heading the Indi- Hi § h Scho °' assembly tomorrow at Read The Ga7ette Classified Ads cust St , I n d i a n a , and ! A n n Turnev, 1032 East Mam Rural Valley. St Announcement was made of the In his brief talk, Mr. Lerner ana Borough drive. 27th district meeting to be held pointed out that the current safety Membership clnirmen tHrough- Mar. 9 in Strattonville, Clarion drive was started at the I n d i a n a ' o u t the county as well as block ^ eec _ e - a County. The Indiana County coun- plant moie than three and a half hostesses are urged to he in at- cil will meet in Dixonville on Mar. years ago, and that not one em- tendance along with all members a u t o race . ,,,,, ed number of persons interested * n f iocal n 'S n sctl ° o1 - The i n v i t a t l o n to n e a r J i m m y f»ur-time_ contender for lhe f a m o i i s ·' )00 nllle Indianapolis was extended to a l i m i t 20. I ploye has suffered a disabling work of the I LENDING A HAND --Saia Jane Bitner explains the meaning of Easter Spals to .Tack D. Beijf. They «re two of the several hundred olcmentary education department students at Indians State Teachers College who prepared the 22,000 Easter Seal envelopes mailed out today to county residents by Indiana County Society for CTnppled Children or Adult", inc. Ther do this woi k through their Association for Childhood Education, elementaly department organization. a a public ser- vicr io th« Indiana County a i o a Mi«s Bitner is the d a u g h t e r of M: and M i s Harold W Bitner nf HO Ust Soeonn Aveny«, Latrobe. Mr. B«rg !s thp son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H Berj? of ohn*tftvn, R. D. -. (Bcn«er Photo) persons in highwav safety and the instruction of safe driving in county school i. Those expected to be the guests of the Indiana A u t o Parts Co., Inc., sponsors of the program, include Russell Lembach, Bov Scout Executive; John Zerbo. Recreation Dept. head, G. W Marbach, Burgess of Indiana, W i l l i a m W i l t . Indiana High School Driver F.duca- tion instructor. Martin Dalton Boy Scout and junior ball league leader in Clymer; J. Boyd Barclay. Indiana businessman; C Waldo Johnston, Elementary School principal; Edward Williams, representing the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, and William Hastings Minor Indiana County Baseball League. In addition representatives of the following schools will be present. In most cases the dns-er education instructors will represent his school. Marion Center, Laura Lamar. Penns Manor, Purchase Line, Clymer. United Joint and Saltsburg, and Benjamin F r a n k l i n . ANo representatives of the Tndi- ana Borough Police and the Pennsylvania State Police will be on h«nd. The program gets underway at 11:45 a m in the Indiana High School auditorium. This lecture-demonstration h a s been developed by the Champion Spark Plug Company to emphasize safe driving by suDpfementing th/ PC'ivl3rv lnel instruction in driv- i«r education. THE RED1NGOTE OUTFIT Your complole Easter o u t f i t ready for you to wear! A f u l l length duslei dross. Molh Ann 24.05 to 79.95. coal m or a matching has Rechngole outfits from Molly Ann Spring Coats In Plaids an ; d Gray Flannel Plaid Coat 79.95 \ V m g m g its way into spring, a wool plaid coat w i t h dash, spirit and fashion excitement in every line. NOV.S is made behind your back . . l i . i v g a t h o i s just u n d e r HIP collnr contribute to the n a n owing Imp Poi foct choirr foi this spnng and many a season. Gray Flanne! Coat 59.95 The pure line of faction . . . the new fashion . . . herr tastefully rxprcsvod by master r i a f t s m o n . ('o,)i of woo! f l a n n e l u . ' l i m a n y interesting touches . . A p a n of hows plficed lov at tli? h.M k, pai H(\P of buttons, at the fi ont and H o f i l i a l s . . . tot) J a v o r in ( i i s p w h i t e , so fresh for

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