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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Into money jtoftt fttvt to pfek ywt pkk you An Indiana That Every Member of Family Volume Pertfisyfvaftfa Monday April JO 1959 I Vacation WASHINGTON Christian A Herter newly named secretary of state said today he would be a pretty stron team worker but that he would travel overseas whenever he felt it neces sary He madethis comment on Upturning from a weekend vacation to assume control of the nations foreign policy as successor to cancerstrick en John Foster Dulles Herter whose formal nomina tion as secretary went to the Sen ate today flew back from a brief rest at his plantation near Charles ton t The 64yearold New Engflnder trongly hinted that C Douglas illon undersecretary of state for economic affairs would be pro moted to No 1 assistant Dillon a 49yearold former in vestment banker was at tile air port to greet Herter Herter expressed confidence that President Eisenhowers three day delay in naming him secre tary of state would not weaken his prestige in dealing with foreign Myearold Chris tian A Herter beams with pride as he tells newsmen Ill do the best job I can when President Elsenhower named him the new Secretary of State to succeed Dulles The Announ cement took place at the Augus ta National Golf Club where Ike Is spending a two weeks vaca tion Herter was flown by copter from Green Pond s C where he had gone for a rest Wirephoto Rebel Fights Cut Algerian VoteTurnout Von Zandt Submits Asks Cash To Goal Use For Roads u grafted the CurtissWright Corp labor atones at Quehanna under a bill introduced by Ren Van Zandt The A11 o o n a Congressmans measure would also authorize the secretary of the interior to make grants for construction of experimental roadwavs in Penn sylvania These roads would test materials and processes developed Dalai Lamas Statements Stun Reds TOKYO AP Red China ap arently has been stunned by the 3alai Lamas insistence thatit savagely stressed the Tibet an Jtrovement and Into exile This by the sudden arid the silence ne Reds have maintained tpward he fugitive young ruMf state The been in isting that the rebels orced the Dalai Larqa to flee with hem The Reds seem to have ounted on Prime Minister Nehru n UVrf recently by CurtissWright Bitu minous or soft coal is used in the process the firm said The state would have to match the federal appropriation Van Zandt said it a weekend statement that the experiments might well develop into one of the important discoveries for utilization of coal with vast tentialities ALGIERS in Almuzzlin8 his guest in the inter t ASfs nf d Wi physical checkup at Johns Hop Kins Hospftal last Wednesday by a neutral physician The pur pose was to assure Eisenhower that Herters arthritis of the hips not interfere with his being active foreign policy chief on weeklong municipal elec limped along today with reb attacks iLeepfos the tumout small o ui me iiiier ests of ChineseIndian relations al ready strained by events in Tibet The Chinese peoples congress Into a recess Sat urday soon after if opened a trip back home from Beldit Ohio The family left Beloit last Thurs day after visiting Anna Mae Armi tage daughter of Chester Perkins W Perkins with his wife Eliza beth 48 his father John 79 and to Herter sidestepped any comment eSble balloted In damagedPeipings presthe elder Perkins told police sh na letter Eisenhower is reportedicountryside where the French I Asia indicates that they had not heard from the four si n have sent to Soviet Premier rmy ls direct controlsome flatfooted they left BeloU She saW Uie ikta Khrushchev A 60 P cent braved the threat of TheV have had nearly a month hJi jj ujjciicUi Unofficial reports said at least siblv to permit Mao Tzetung Pre 16 persons had been killed chou Enla and other top nearly 70 wounded so far by to examine the new situa terrorists seeking to sabotage thetion created by the Dalai Lamas voting ordered by the French i accusations The voting began Sunday In the The Chinese delay in replying coal production Alert For Butler Family BUTLER Pa po lice put out a 13state alert today for Butler County family report Personal Trail journey to up o thelr AP Wirephoto Bolivian Rebel Leader lnSuicideUprising Ends of vv i tllld Khrushchev A dispatch from Geneva reported Eisenhower had appealed in this message for the Soviets to agree to an ac ceptable inspection system for po licing any ban on nuclear weapons test He recalled that Ambassador James Wadsworth who heads American negotiators at Geneva had proposed Wednesday the So viets ban all weapons tests except those underground or high in the atmosphere 60 per cent braved the threat of rebel reprisal Early returns from three wards in Algiers gave a lead to an ex treme right wing faction favoring Algerian integration with France and an end to the government of President Charles de Gaulle Although only municipal offices are at stake the campaign cen tered on a struggle between back ers and opponents of de Gaulle City voters had a choice of can didates tout voters in more than Accompanied by hiswife Herter per cent of the rural had spent days at the plantainies had onlv candidates ap I tion The estate is Proved and mustered by the w French authorities owned by his wifes family menderson Mills Back To Normal HENDERSON AP Or der returned to the HarrietHen I derson Cotton Mills today its vio lent fivemonthsold strike official ended The early first shift of workers reported as usual but the lines of I angry strikers and squads of high I way patrolman were absent I This mill town scene of rock throwing fighting and almost I nightly dynamite blasts began to lalip back into its old pattern I The mills which had been oper on a limited basis since Feb See 5 Col I They have had nearly a month See 5 Col 3 5 Die In Car Accident In Mississippi MCCOMB Miss AP Five men were killed and a sixth in jured slightly m a twocar colli r WVt MIC V were due back at their home in nearby Fenelton last Thursday D is co very In Dispute LOCKPORT AP covery of the bodies of a mother and her 3yearold son left offi i oaiu uiizaes cials ui dispute today as tode la Vega head of the Falange whether the two were slain and i Partvtook hs life Sunday night in J1 Vimica in 4tiA j LA PAZ Bolivia The leader of Sundays short lived revolt committed sui cide alter his rightist upris ing was crushed the govern ing today At least 22 persona were slain and than 50 were the course of the coup The government of this poverty plagued nation said Oscar Unzaga HoldTrio For then hurled into a creek The womans husband said she went away with the boy Jan 1 aft er a family quarrel The clothed body of Claudia Kos c uuita Doay or uaua a Kos in ko 33 was found Friday in Tona Butler Fenelton is about 90 miles from Beloit Mrs Armitage said in Beioit sion near here today The Highway Patrol said the two cars collided and tumbled In Algiers 258 Europeans and IoB hi8hway about 100 Moslems campaigned for 7 teeti occupants along the municipal council seats Most o roadside the Moslem candidates were th same men who have with the French for years 193 Dents Son On Payroll HARR1SBURG AP Officia records show that the son of U S Rep John H Dent is 01 the state Senate payroll while at tending DicKinson Law School The same Senate records dis closecl that the son of Sen Ernes F Walker RCambria is receiv ing per diem pay from the state Senate also while attending Dick inson Law School The records made public over the weekend show Inside The Gazette PETER BOSON not COUNTY TRACK TEAM ACTJON diana and United Joint track teams both won during con tests on two district college campus See pages 5 d Tl Other Features Mjrrer IS IMS 14 3 Hotpititl 15 4 1011 7 WEATHER Cloudy and rather cool tonight and Tuesday with occasional to upper 30s roadside One car caught fire and burned one of the victims Officers identified the dead as Joseph Yglesias 26 of Baton Rouge La Yglesias was alone in a car headed east In a westbound car were five Hercules Powder Co men headed from Hattiesburg to a job at Alex andria La that none of the four mentioned the possibility of further visiting but had talked of returnihg home Mrs Armitage said she checked a sister Ethel Ward in Alliance Ohio and another sister Eleanora Gerber in Pittsburgh by telephone but neither had heard from the missing persons Breland Brakes Fail Truck Upsets CLYMER A coal truck was extensively damaged by fire early today when it ran off a legislative route in Cherryhill about two miles southwest of here and overturned Clymer Volunteer Firemen were summoned to the scene at Rogers Rogers was burned and officers were unable to learn his age The injured man was Daniel Mc Donald 31 Howard of the truck when the brakes wanda Creefc body of her son Gary was dis covered in the state barge canal eight miles north The creek flows into the canal near this western New York city Sheriff James K Murphy said it all points to double murder since autopsies showed no water in their lungs He said the two probably were slain about a week Dist Atty William H Earl said there was not sufficient proof now to establish any kind of homi Mrs Koskos husband Nick 35 a house in the outskirts Nof this capital in which he had hidden His bodyguard Juan Gallardo also shot himself to death the gov ernment announcement said President Hernan Siles Suazo announced the defeat of members of the Falange party who tried to seize the city hall Sunday at tacked an army barracks and marched on the government radio station and municipal offices Government forces broke up the Three Indiana County men were apprehended by Indiana County Detective Roy E Schrecenost and State Trooper Thomas Hudock and charged with forgery and burglary it is reported today Arrested were Ernest Doyle Mc Adams 38 Luciusboro John A McAdams 21 Black Lick and Terry Ranee Stiffey 24 Lucius boro They were picked up on Apr 15 and 18 The trio is charged with enter ing a summer cottage in West Wheatfield Township owned by Mrs Gertrude Clawson of Swiss vale Pittsburgh It is reported they stole clocks GENEVA dent Eisenhower has made a sersonal appeal to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to take the nuclear test sus pension talks out of their present deadlock it was dis closed here today Av1etter the President to Khrushchev was referred to at todays meeting of the threepower It was understood to urge ser ious Soviet consideration of a Western proposal for a stepbystep approach to the problem of ceasing atomic and hydrogen weapons tests The disclosure of the letter was made as if by accident by a Soviet spokesman Ambassador James J Wadsworth refused to confirm or deny it but later West ern sources made it clear the let ter had been mentioned There was no indication of when the letter was written The West ern stepbystep proposal was made April 13 Under this plan the three powers would first stop nuclear tests on the surface of the earth under water and in the atmosphere to a height of 31 miles The problem of banning underground and outer space blasts would be left for later negotiations The disclosure of Eisenhowers personal appeal came at a time when there was increasing specu lation that thewhole problem of a nuclear test ban might Ise taken up during ministers conference opening in Geneva May i jJJp ypn Tsarapkin tive response to the rji proposal He has clung to tho posl tion that agreement was still sible in the threepower cons ference for a suspension of all types of nuclear tests uvrcjtiiiicm lurces oroKe up tne ll reported tney stole clocks attacks and then began a cleanup blankets dishes and clothing from of Falaneist rebels the cottairp of Falangist rebels Many ot tne wounded were re ported to be bystanders caught in the crossfire between government forces and insurgents Scattered shooting was still heard but reb els were reported turning in their arms Two insurgent leaders were cap H A U vVt Q a w a factory worker said she left tured Rafael Loayza a retired home after a quarrel colonel and Luis Saenz A government radio station said Siles had declared a state of siege martial out the country There were no reports of trouble outside of La Paz The govern ment said it held control of all provincial capitals Official re ports from Cochabamba and ro said peasants and worker had joined the government militia in the cottage In addition the men are charged with removing a briefcase from a car Apr 4 and forging two checks m two Indiana County communi ties failed One official of the fire company said Iseman had a narrow es cape and added that the truck may be a total loss Motorcycle Rider Hurt Robert Rainey 3 Aultman was njured this afternoon when his motorcycle ran intothe rear of i car in Chevy Chase shortly be ore oclock according to po lice officials Rainey is reported in satisfac controlling those The Falange is the sition to Siles Zuazos Nationalist leader Prefers Free Vote nt vMiJdjuw vr 4WUCI6V 9 1 tory condition in the Indiana Revolutionary Movement Hospital He received a fracture which led a successful revolution of the right leg in the accident See 5 Col 5 The men are scheduled for a hearing here this afternoon They are presently facing similar charges in Cambria and Westmore 1 a ns4 s Not ODle are lu sohaHnloH IB COfrUptJOn HCWSmcn his OroVlSiOnal envern land Counties police said Local Doctor Found Dead HEILWGOP Indiana physician Dr Joseph F Rech 54 45 North Seventh was found dead Satur day in his car Route 480 near acccording to State Police from the Indiana sub statjon It is reported the doctor left home Friday morning Dr Rech apparently died about I Sat urday A complete obituary appears on page five Mine Probers Authority OKd HARRISBURG AP A D newsmen his provisional governj day a committee has ine niu in a comerence original people are more interested in ly scheduled for 15 minutes Nei j us piuvisionai commuiee nas jetting back to work than having I ther disclosed what they talked u democracy not possible J ment does not want to stay infu11 authority to probe all aspects ree elections right away says Fiabout but Castro described the because corpower one minute longer than is of a disaster at the Knox Coal Ifil TUPtlon dlSlUDts demnrrnru Rout hpfnro hatinn Mine npar Pittctnr del Castro But the bearded revolutionary eader adds he wants free elec ions in Cuba as soon as possible Hes not sure when that might be u u astro escribed meeting as verv friendlv UiVUptlon deiwcracy Real necessary before having free elec e establishe added if television audience We have to attain many problems We are working As many more people V i l nugnt DC ivvorKing AS many more people Real democracy is not possible i help us the more we will be un ivnere people are hungry Castro derstood and the faster we can aid in a television interview our problems and the fast av nidht ni lay night ei will be the election because He had another chance to exwe are most interested In them J In the past the politician went pound his views today in a lunch on appearauc al Press Club M rf money to those who were W would complete victory for the revolu tionary employment for The bearded Cuban prime min ister was during the inter mr wnere nis nean lies in view when he intended to have an the struggle between communism election in Cuba and hu cuiri Mine near Pittston which claim ed the lives of 12 miners Judge William H Neely issued a formal ruling in support of his action last week denying an in election in Cuba What we he said is to get as soon as possible a condi w JMM As for where his heart lies in against the committee to e struggle between communism mit il Sentence 3 In Court Here Today The charge of the theft of a pony valued at on March 8 1958 brought a suspended sentence today to Thomas Leroy mer Avonmore RD 1 Shellhammer found guilty by a jury March 10 was given a pended sentence on the condition that he pay the costs tion a fine of and be pla sfl on probation for three years In other court action today be fore Judge Edwin M ley Blair Ward Commodore Rp l pleaded guilty to failure to give his name and identification to the operator of a car with whom he had a collision Apr 11 Sentencing of Ward was poned until June 15 to allow for the disposition of h in the accident Harry Donald Coleman end with larceny and receiving rtv goods pleaded guilty today to ten gallons of gas from the Joi Cribbs residence in r Township on March 29 He was sentenced to pay to costs of prosecution a fine of make restitution of the property stolen and serve a sentence In the Western Diagnostic Clinic of the Western Pennsylvania Penitentiary of from two months to two years Butler Co To Be Honored UNIVERSITY Park Pa R H McDougall Butler County agriculture agent tor ilia State University next montS will be given the 1959 distinguish ed farm service award of the American Cynamid Co McDougall chosen for the honor Saturday will be presented the award May 28 by Dr Eric A Walker president of ma State University and democracy he said rell as He added McDougall has been a membe i i Tlie injunction was sought wuvenrfty owner of the Kaox communist He does not have many cicvuuu H ig not Wos IKH nave many LOIIIIUU in any condition more than in his government but it is years in any Possible that there be He said later he did not explain He is against all kinds of inter is views ahnnf Piiknn l his hi u s a ins o ner ruling Neely de nied Fabrizios contention that the committee acted as court and grand jury Special on band woven St Call HO Store HQ552S1 Party 2U   

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