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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                f 1 j t An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Famil t If ydil give some people If give some people ffis JHirtofl back theyll tfritti eke you for your EDITION Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday January 28 1 J9S9 Seven Carrft JOINTURE HERE HAWAIIAN Secretary Fred Seaton formally opened in Washington the Administrations fight for Hawaiian statehood He apepared before House Interior and In sular Affairs Committee to ask for a 50th state Looking at a booklet on the question are left to right Seaton John Hawaiian delegate and Rep Wayne N Aspinajl com mittee chairman CNEA Telephoto Lawrence Plan For Austerity Program Police Solve Robberies In CbunfyArea Thei apprehension of two more Boutherii Indiana County youths brings to tive the numtspjuptvpec sons arrested by State Poljce Cor poral Joseph Hickey and Indjana County Detective R6y ortvo burglaries in the Black ver SS 18 reflved the di iiieuuuii juim 10 recfjvp with t awrenres i i r I n i 111 1 B Black Lick Samuel George Tay Ike Urges Action On Labor Abuses By LEONARD A UNGER HARRISBURG Lawrence today followed through with his austerity program on state spending by canceling out all balances left in stale funds for materials supplies printing equipment and A directive from Walter W Giestey his secretary of ad ministration also put the lid on further hiring unless it is essential to the maintenance of a He told Press the order meant that all expenditures down to hiring a truck buy ing be cleared through the governors office You should particularly K view your allotment for ajid curtail this the V7CI3CV4 jPCii live said Requests Check On Union Cash WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower asked Congress today to require complete public accounting of union fund1 handling and set up rules to free labor or ganizations of bossism Eisenhowers special message said his program is a complete and effective approach to curbing labormanagement abuses has referred to a bill by Sen John F Kennedy DMass as a halfway measure The administration recommen dations and Kennedys proposals are largely parallel in requiring unions to submit complete public reports of union finances to the government and requiring period ic democratic elections and union internal procedures The admin istration bill is somewhat stronger Josephine and John R Buz inotti RD 2 were confined to the Indiana County Jail Monday night on burglary charges Confined yesterday were Robert Wayne Rager 21 Josephine and John A McAdams 21 Black Lick Cochrane Rager and McAdams arc charged with entering the home of Mrs Betty DeMarines in Black Lick the night of January andytaking quantities of pop beer and canned goods I In addition Cochrane is also charged with loitering and prowl ing resulting from an incident on Jan 24 Given a hearing before Justice of the Peace Edward L Foreman the youths were ordered held for court It is reported Taylor and Buzzin Gas Tax Seen Possibility HARRISBURG AP Pennsyl vania motorists today faced the Lawrence called on his cabinet of a in their five orderfor all possible economies between now and the end of the current twoyear fiscal period ending May 31 See 2 Col 3 Insurance Aide Banked Union Cash WASHINGTON Senate investigator testified today that Allen Dorfman Chicago insurance man deposited in his own bank account of union wel fare fund insurance premiums John Findlay the investigator told the Senate LaborManage Committee that not until aft 6he A M Marhefky Roofing Co an did at the intersection of Routes 22 Dorfman forward he money to and 119 The incident occurred the company for which Dec 27 The teenagers reportedly re moved worth of equipment including knives radios watches drills toasters and other items State Trooper Thomas J Hudock filed a petition with the Indiana County Juvenile Court yesterday the premiums were intended He said that instead of making the payments to the Mount Vern oa Insurance Dorfman used the money to meet expenses ol his business enterprises Findlay continued that on March 11 1957 Dorfman wrote a checlj Eisenhower and Kennedy part however on TaftHartley law changes Eisenhower proposes tougher union secondary Rural Valley Coldest Point RURAL VALLEY The ther mometer plunged to subzero marks in many parts of the In diana County area last night but the lowest unofficial read ing was reported here It was ten below early this morning The weatherman promises a warmer picture for today and tonight Ike Dulles OK Confab With Reds WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles both sig nalled willingness today to enter into highlevel negotiations with the Soviet even a summit vided there is some prospect for agreehient on critical issues Dulles warned anew that regent proposals fxoni Moscow Jon such boycott innbpent Praises i Missile Progress AP President Eisenhower to day the United States is mak ing very remarkable progress in the ballistic field and has no cause for hangdog humiliation The President made thb state ment at a news conference in commenting on Soviet Premier Nikjta Khrushchevs t announce ment Tuesday that the Soviet Union has intercontinental ballis tic missiles in production In apparent reference to the question of whether Khrushchev was saying the Soviet Union has ICBMs in mass production1 Eisen hower said he had no way of knowing just what was in IKhrush chevs mind j Somewhat wryly the President added that we seem very prone to give 100 per cent credence to the Soviets if they mppen tOtlealwith our own de j enhower miss other Soviet DR WILLIAM C GRAU heads new jointure party employers and on picket ing to compel union recognition where employes demonstrate they dont wanj unjon representation Kennedys bill contains no such proposals See Page 2 Col 1 xtfncerning four Homer Cityarea to the insurance company for A4SSJUV1 8youths who are charged with smashing windows dishes and rec ords in a cabin in the Cherry Run of the premiums He said another check for was drawn to the company vicinity of Homer City in Center I by Dorfman on June 12 1957 but Township that Dorfman endorsed it with a v Police report the youths all in rubber stamp then signed his own their early teens caused the damname and deposited it in his in age to the cottage of Dr Donald Hoffmaster 500 Locust In diana on two occasions in No vember 1958 and Janyary 1959 o Propose I Pius Sainthood VATICAN CITY AP Pope John XXIII today said that his predecessor Pius XII will be pro posed for sainthood But even though he has not been officially proclaimed he is truly a the present pontiff said surance agency account In other words this money fyad been misappropriated from the insurance company Chairman John McClellan DArk asked Findlay agreed centsagallon state gasoline a move pictured by one official as imperative to assure more federal road aid for the Common wealth Highways Secretary Park H Martin urged the gas tax increase Tuesday but left it up to the Leg islature as to whether the boost should be one or two cents Martin warned that even with the two cent increase the state would still be short of taking full advantage of these federal The appeal met with cautious comment from Sen James Berger Republican floor leader who questioned whether all feder al money available to Pennsylva nia need be matched Rep Stephen McCann Demo cratic floor leader declined inv mediate comment on the Martin proposal until he had time to study the matter Martin said the onecent boost in tax would allow Pennsylvania to qualify for an additional million dollars in federal aid The two cent hike would enable the state to take advantage of an ad ditional 128 millions The highways secretary made it clear that he hoped for prompt legislative action on his proposal Masons Notice Members of Indiana Lodge No A and other Masons are requested to meet at Robin sonLytles tomorrow evening at for services for our late Brother Joseph A Miller Lloyd Stinson W M JohnWright Bishop For Pittsburgh WASHINGTON AP Pope John XXIII today named Bishop John J Wright of Worcester as the new bishop of Pitts burgh He will direct the 10th lar gest Rdman Catholic division in He reflected a determination on the part of the UnitedStates and Allies to explore intensively in the next few months the possi bilities of agreement with the So viet Union but to keep a wary lookout for trickery Dulles testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee Eisen hower briefly replied to foreign policy questions at a news con ference At times what the Presi dent said indicated he might be thinking of some new approach to the problem of EastWest nego tiations At other times he seemed to be restating well known policy positions Responding to a question as to whether he thought a spring meet ing with the Soviet Union would Eisenhower said he be useful the United States The appointment was announced by the Rt Rev Achille Lupi charge daffaires at the apostolic delegation in Washington Bishop Wright succeeds Bishop John F Dearden who left Pitts burgh to become Archbishop of Detroit No successor to Bishop Wright at Worcester was announ ced thoughtany talks that deal fruit fully with the differences between the two governments are useful J Carlyle Orr Sec 139x Inside The Gazette INSIDE Senator Kennedys laborbill is the topic of Victor Riesels cjlumn today on editorial page 6 1JHS He to about persons i Indiana High School continued on its winning way last night by at hit mcmlar wepklv vprtprnl i deeiatinc Piillxsv This and other snorts nn natteR Ifl nnri Ifl at his regular weekly general j deelating Punxsy This and other sports oil pages 18 aud Ifl audience He made his comment on Pius XII in a review of highlights of the long line of popes since St Peter Other Feafwres Aladdiut liiup Mirror CUtsiMedK ST S lidltorUl CoralGraceton Fire Co party Wed tfx 28 Notes 8V Society 10 Suortt 1H1U TYtUdio 16 World 4 lagles Party every Thursday f Wed tfx i WEATHER FORECAST Fair and not so cold tonight Low 10 to 18 Thursday increas ing cloudiness and warmer with rain likely by night 1 The 48yearold Bishop Wright became the first bishop of Wor cester when that diocese was created in 1950 He had been aux iliary bishop of Boston Born in Boston Bishop Wright was ordained a priest in Rome in 1935 He worked in parishes of Scotland England and France be fore returning to the United States In 1939 just before his return he drew on his collegeday experience as a Boston newspaper deskman to American newsmen cover the funeral of Pope Pius XI and the election of Pope Pius XII Before joining the Boston Arch diocese as secretary to the late William Cardinal OConnell in 1943 Bishop Wright taught philosophy at St Johns Seminary in Brigh ton Mass He auxil iary bishop of Bfston in 1947 The date on which Bishop Wright will assume reins of the diocese has not been learned The Diocesan Board of Consul tors haJ been scheduled to meet Friday to elect a temporary ad ministrator until a new bishop was named Bishop Pearden will be install ed at Petroit Thursday He offi cialy becomes head of the Arch See JoJujwPage 2 Col 4 Looking For Pet Two real cute terrier type pups about 6 weeks old are seeking good homes Both dogs are males blacl in coloring and have been weaned They would make fine house pets JudgeWarns On Damaging Of Cottages Indiana County President Judge Edwin M Clark said today the court is going to be more severe on those who trespass or break in on summer homes and cottages in the rural areas of the It was pointed out that severa persons in recent weeks have ap peared before the judge on charges of damaging cottages and summer homes Police have been quick to apprehend the vandals The Judge added that people mve the right to have their prop erty protected particularly since he county is encouraging people o build summer homes here and o make the county a recreational center statements as boldfaced Without ever saying Legislative Fighf Hinted ByAFLCIO WASHINGTON AFL CIO hinted today it will fight any move to attach new picketing and boycott bansto labor a combination favored by Presi dent Eisenhower Andrew J Biemiller AFLCIO legislative director told a Senate subcommittee that legislation to limit picketing and boycotts has no place in a measure meant to eliminate labor racketeering The subcommittee opening hearings on legislation had before it a bill by its chair Eliminate Old Split System By JOE DONNELLY Editor By a combined vote of 15 to one the school boards of Indiana Borough and White and Armstrong Townships last night approved the eli mination of the local split jointure and the formation of a fullkindergarten through twelfth grade jointure Thus in the future the schools of the three districts will be joined in a new unit to the Indiana Area Joint School First president of the new system is Dr William C Grau of White Township Dr Grau was president of the former Indiana Joint High School district a secondary jointure which was eliminated by last nights action Andrew J Stahura of Indiana was elected vice president while Mrs Elizabeth Peters also of In diana was elected The voting was conducted at a special meeting of the boards last night at the local high school which will now be called Indiana Area High School Both the Indiana and Armstrong boards unanimously voted for the adoption of the new systemswhile in the White Township voting School Director John Gray cast the only no vote Senv John F Kennedy D The bill parallels in many ies whether See 2 Cql 6 Loss In House Fjre NearMamont SALTSBURG An estimated damage resulted frcim a fire Wednesday morning at tlje Mason residence four miles souti of here on Route 80 It is reported an overheated fur nace started a fire along ihechim ney in the two story stucco house near Beaver Run Dam The Saltsburg Bell Township and Patton Fire Departments res ponded to the alarm shortly af ter 10 Wednesday Mr Mason owner of house was reportedly home at the time the fire started According to one report the chimney end of the house Was pret ty well The Masons will be able to re main in the house fireijuen stat ed See Settlement In Glass Strike PHILADELPHIA 17 week old strike against Pitts burgh Plate Glass Company was reported near settlement today Federal Mediator Robert Donn frJrrtyptjon remedies due to 6e autlhedUoCongress la ter in the v day by Eisenhewer Kennedys bill however lacks the picketing and boycott bans report edly favored by the administra tion Biemiller said in prepared testimony if the Con gress undertakes to with these and boycott problems in this legislation the prospect for enactment of effec tive labor management reform legislation during this session will be dim indeed There is need for this legis lation now and we hope it will not be jeopardized by the inclusion of provisions whose objective is hot reform but punitive retaliation designed to weaken and destroy See Page 2 Col 4 House Gives Aid Measure A R R I S R G House today gave final approval to a threemilliondpllar emergen cy appropriation to aid flood stric ken areas of Pennsylvania after promises of a full scale probe of a mine disaster in Luzerne Coun ty The nevtf jointure agreement which was altered 1 mtt t on Ifuly 6 with each of the school districts finishing current school year program A petition signed by a large See 2 Col 3 ahoo and Ralph Reiser Anyone 54414 of the Glass Workers Ujion said the union had submittec president counter proposals which promised to bring agreement soon The union proposes all un resolved issues be arbitrated un der a twoyear contract the men returning to work as soon as management agrees The fourbill package authoriz ed the borrowing of three millions from the State Teachers Retire ment Fund to finance rescue and rehabilitation work already under way in eastern and western sec tions of the state All the measures except the one authorizing the borrowing of the money from the teachers fund received unanimous approval The latter measure passed by a vote of 1732 Almond Sees Negroes In Public Schools Va J Lindsay Almond Jr told the Vir ginia General Assembly today he sees no way to keep the races separate in the states schools But the imminent classroom in tegration under the overriding power of the federal government he said means thousands of dren will have to turn tp private schooling for their education Thus it appeared Almond was not prepared to offer the special Assembly session any specific plan to prevent admission of Ne gro children to schools in Arling ton Norfolk and Charlottesville He did say that he would use his authority to put down any threat to public safety that might crop up a reference to any disorder that might accompany school integration The governor asked the bly to repeal the state compulsory school attendance law and pro vide for state tuition subsidies for private education of children who declined to attend mixed schools Then he suggested after enacting these statutes immediately the stmbly might recess while a study commission he will name ponders a longrange course for a partial transition to private education As the legislators gathered to I hear Almond plans moved for til if measures which would ward that lead te the give a firm legal basis to emer See 2 Col 5 gration of schools in Norfolk Ar lington and Charlottesville IIP Young Rugged Americons Under Selection Of 1st US Space Traveler Begins interested may phone NEW YORK of Americas first human space trav ler is under way T Keith Glennan space chief startled a staid dinner meeting of the Institute of Aer onautical Sciences with this dis closure Tuesday night The new federal space agency he said has picked 110 rugged young Americans as candidates for the first manned satellite to orbit the earth They will assemble in Washing ton for further tests GJennan said and be asked to volunteer for space flight Within three months their ranks will be re duced to about a dozeja I suspect that the onp who will make the flight will nojt know he is to do so until countdown he added He said he does not know whether this country will get a man into orbit before the Soviet Union The Russians have been at it somewhat longer than we have aud it is wholly possibb they will beat us into Gennan told newsmen later The 110 potential American space pioneers were net listed by name Glennan gave tiese quali fications of the mail who finally i will be selected 1 A university Degree in physi cal science or engineering 2 A graduate of an Air Force Candidates for manned flight will be known as Mercury astronauts The United States manned satellite program if or Navy testpilot training school known as Project Mercury with at least flying hours 3 Superb condition with the physical and psychological attri Lutes suited for space flight as determined by aeromedical sci entists 4 Younger than 40 and no taller than 5 feet 11 There are no weight restrictions On the last point the stockily built Glennan smiled and told newsmen Id like to qualify my Glennan said the element ol risk cannot be completely removed byt it will be reduced to the point pilot faces in testing a new plane We are not going to cut corners which would put man in jeopardy he said He refused to predict whir Americas human space jwilt take place The wpectatloa however that RUch a flight If two away See 3 Coi 1 I   

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