Tuesday, April 21, 1959

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania An Indiana County Newspaper That Ser vcs Every Member of the Family It Is pwslbls to such in mind ihit mistake it lor i hole In the head Twenty City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Tussday April 21 1959 Twb Sections N Cross Asks 42 Percent Rate Boost For Hike PITTSBURGH Association of West era com mortly known as the Blue asked the State Insurance Dept for permis sion to hike rates ranging from 33 to 42 per cent effec tive August 1 1 The new rates would affect subscribers in 18 Western Pennsylvania coun They would coverthree types of agreements New rates for1 the 2190 agreement would average 33 per cent higher The standard agreement would be 42 per cent higher with per cent cover ing new benefits The third rate increase would affect the 21day direct pay contracts Blue Cross also asked for a new deductible contract where the patient would pay for the first day of hospital stay for the second day and no more than at one stay up to 90 days in the hospital President William H Ford said the latter policy would mean that only be paid by the family covered under one policy even if they all were hospi talized at the same period I Unless rates are Ford said estimated losses in 1959 on the 2190 and standard agreements will reach more than 4V4 million Ford said that In 1958 Blue Cross had to withdraw from its staterequired reserves to pay for benefits and services to subscribers during the year AIRS TAX HIKE QUICK Prime Minister Harold Macmillan changesshoes which became muddy during tour of grounds of his Birch Grove England homewhen he held open house The open house is an annual event AP Wirephoto Macmillan Backs NBan Proposal LONDON Prime Minister Harold Mac Rising hospital costs and inmUlan has written Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev sup I creased use of cited by Ford factors behind higher rates lmo wiiiicii uuviei iNmiia jviuuaijunev sup hospitals were porting President Eisenhowers proposalof a ban on nuclear as the major wjapon tests belowan altitude of 30 miles v Sources close to the British government said Macriiil OK Herter As Dulles Successor WASHINGTON AP Christian Herter won quick and unanimous ap proval of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today to succeed John Foster Dulles as secretary of state The committee acted after hearing the 64 year old Herter who has been chief aide to the cancer stricken Dulles say the U S air route to Berlin will be defended but not necessarily at the risk of nuclear war Committee Chairman J William Fulbright DArk announced that the nomination of Herter would go before the full Senate later today if possible Quick confirmation would allow Herter to take office before leaving this weekend for Western foreign ministers meeting in Paris Herter had tojd the committee he did not believe atomic and hydrogen bombs would be justified in the early stages if war develop ed over Berlin But Herter told the relations committee if it became clear that the Soviet Union was resorting to the need for XRaysShovr Chest Jumpr LFor Godfrey NEW YORK had a helluva lot of luck in my time Sder would in our t 1 gave this view under pro Ian told Khrushchev Britain would prefer a more by Sen Wayne hensive test ban But he said if that is impossible it will at a hearing in back limited agreement of the type proposed by America which the applause of other mem and Britain last week at the Geneva conference on a nuclear bers suggested overwhelming ap proval of his nomination Herter said tiiat without any question Congress should be con sulted before this country entered allout war He added the reserva test ban Soviets took a negative tude initially toward the Western WO I dCi proposal terming it a deviation from the agreed purpose of the conference But Western delegates probably morethan any one perat Geneva believethat Moscows j son has a right to deserve and final word on the proposal is still maybe Ill be lucky lto That was television star Arthur See MacmillanPage 4 Col Godfreys comment as he an nounced he will enter a New York hospital later this week for exam ination of a chest tumor Its probably just a benign tu Godfrey added I have at least three good omens I feel good my weight hasnt gone down and my appetites He is 55 Godfrey said he had Xrays taken last Thursday after suffer ing from chest pains He said the Xrays showed up the tumor Charges cyf Contempt11 He left Monday for his farm in Virginia where he will do the rest this weeks shows He will complete his daytime radio and TV shows through Fri or him was Begin Voting On Kennedy Labor Bill By JOE HALL WASHINGTON AP Voting tion that such consultation not hold up instant retaliation in the event of attack While most members of the committee contented themselves HARRISBURG AP Legislawith complimentary speeches about Herter Mocse CHARGED WITH Esther Detisch was charged with murder to New Levy For Liquor Debated HARRISBURG House Ways and Means Com mittee today approved for floor action 178 million dol lars in additional taxes pro posed by Gov Lawrence It was a move by the House Democratic leadership chal lenging the Republican minor ity to stand up and be colmt ed hi the next few weeks on where it stands on the re mainder of the governors 400 million dollar tax pro gram The tax bills sent to the floor will now appear with a previously committee approved measure to raise 59 million dollars by extend ing the new 3 per cent sales tax to beer and liquor governor signed into law last week a 3 per cent sales tax yielding an added 163 million dol lars The old tax was 3 per cent Committee approval was given to these bills with estimated bi ennial yields in Imposing the sales tax on trade ins including 03 mil I vingtbn ctity halljob This picture March 23 when Mrs Detisch was fined in police for breach of peace and resisting an officer after a dispute with police in a city Barking lot XAP Wirephoto tive leaders today the first time in two call two men to testify before the questions In answer to what Morse called entire Senate or face imprisonhypothetical questions Herter said ment for contempt of the General minor incidents over Berlin ought Assembly j not to be allowed to start a nu The unanimouslyapproved recclear New Sabry Scale i Requested For ISTC Minimum salaries of professors at Indiana State Teach College would be raised by a year under a 000 appropriation bill introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate The measure introduced yesterday for Indiana and the other 13 state teachers colleges would raise the minimum salary of a processor from the to a year ommendation will be put before I personally believe that Russia vr wu TI V 1 the Democratic and reallstlc enough not to want to caucuses of the Senate for finai a war any more than we approval v i Herter said at one pomt 1 When asked by Morse his re Under the action first of its 44 politically dis since 1757 two Luzerne Counin AQwn American planes deli tor regulation ty men would be ordered to Herter rrcohsidi npar fne Qanatn v starts today on the puted Kennedy labor bill with its critics conceding they P631 before action if the Soviets started shoot delib would lose the first test The initial roll call comes on a proposal by Sen Sam J Jr DNC to strike from the bill all of its sections dealing with the Snat that an overt act of testify in connection with a legis of n n vuai IIIIIIE uia i i January near PiUston 5tarKWeQther To Die May 22 Sen Thousands CheerFidel In New York V NEW YORK crowd at persons roared Sen John F Kennedy author of the measure told news men he was confident of a safe margin to defeat this proposal Sen Barry Goldwater supporting Ervin forecast it would be voted down by 20 or more votes One factor apparently insuring St Call HO 55549 this result was a republican Ervin was expected to get only Frank said the leaders of both Houses agreed with the 10member tjgating committee that such ac deniedth7 of sentence Jap Drivers Proven Worse Than Americans Under the bill the minimum salary of Dr Willis E Pratt pres ident at Indiana and the other state teachers college presidents in Pennsylvania would be set at a year TOKYO drivers Increases in these other salary are killing people at ap proximately seven times higher thandrivers in America These are the findings of a po lice survey on Japans growing traffic problem Comparative fig ures were based on accident mini mums Associate professor from to assistant professor from to instructor from td Extra eompensa tion for deans directors of special curricula heads of departments facts published by the U S Naand other administrative officials tional Safety Council would be made mandatory anc LINCOLN Neb The Of all the portj raised from the present to of Pardons Prime Minister Fidel his arrival in New York About cheering flagwav the backing of most of his fellow Southern Democrats Senate Republican Leader Ever ett M Dirksen RI11 explained ing admirers greeted him in Pennsylvania Station he was Ervin s amend The others surged about as he nient because it did not square ladehis way by automobile fromwith the Eisenhower admimstra the station to the nearby Sutler tlons position Hotel The administration he said Assst Chief Police Inspectoi wants to handle labor legislation James W Nidds estimated the in a onepackage bill and favors throng inclusion of several TaftHartley Police kept the crowd in the sta ton behind barricades but the revolutionary leader refused to go immediately through a cleared path tp a waiting automobile See 4 Col 4 The Weather Cloudy and rather cool tonight ind Tuesday with occasional light rajti pr JrizleCow to night in upper 30s High Tues day in upper 40t In Family Way PARIS fAPk Prinrpss firare lry is rAKia nrmcess of Monaco told a close friend in 15 Special on hand woven rugs As sociation for the Blind 115 N 6th 211 masskiller weather May 22 was set as the Kobe is the most dangerous For vehicles there in persons lost their lives Levying a 25 wart tobacco products other ettes 15 The proposal woum require as sociate professors to have a doc Cons Escape Af Quentin Hold Hostage SAN QUENTIN Calif AP Two convicts escaped from San Quentin Prison today seized a woman hostage on a nearby fish ing pier and were cornered at the end of the long wharf Prison guards and Marin Coun ty officersblocked off escape and began closing in on the fugitives The woman hostage was fishing when the convicts grabbed her The fugitives were Billy Wright 26 and William D Werner 24 both serving termfc for burglary Both are said Dep uty Warden W D Achuff As a matter of fact any fugitive con vict is dangerous and in this case it is made more serious by the fact they are holding the Achuff said Wright was working with a grass cutting crew on the grounds when he slipped away Werner fled from the rock quarry Pursuit started immediately when the men were running from the prison They got only a couple of hundred before in compares with tors degree assistant professors traffic deaths per vehiclesto have a masters degree with at new date for execution of the 20 in New York City the highest rate yearold youth in the Nebraska in America electric chair The survey said New York traf The boards decision was anfie accidents claimed in least 50 semester hours of grad uate work and instructors to have a masters degree The bill was introduced by Sens nounced moments after a hearing 1957 But in Tokyo which has Albert R Pechan Your Indiana Dairy Queen Store at which Starkweather contended around a fifth the number of vej Edward F Walker is running chocolate today and he was not properly represented j nicies that jam New York Harry E Seyler DYork and Jo tomorrow 210x at the trial 691 were killed I Hays Teetering On Brink of Graf ton Opens Drive To Save Town Subjecting gas companies 10 the 14mill gross receipts tax 10 njij Imposing a monthly tax of 142 of 1 per cent per cubic feet on the underground storage of na tural gas 7 See New 4 Col 1 Hendersoni Mill Strike Riots Flare HENDERSON N C AP Nearly 100 State Highway patrol men pushing through lines of jeering strikers escorted workers in and out of the HarrietHender son Cotton Mills today following a new wave of violence About 300 workers advisjed to bed down inside the plant over night when angry crowds outside departed under policy pro tection Come on out you shout ed one woman striker get screamed Three autos bearing fin itshift workers were stoned as this preached the Norlft plant gates One driver out of his car and hurled theyturned out qn the pier and seized the woman Snark Firing Successful CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP Air Force fired a Snark in tercontinental guided missile to day on what reportedly was a suc cessful roundtrip flight close to miles It was learned that the sleek missile dropped back smoothly onto the Cape landing strip The weapon was equipped with spe at a nearby striker Police quick ly stopped the fight Adynamite explosionripbed up a section of earth inside theNorth Henderson plant gates during the night There was little damage to the buildings Occasional rifle shots shattered windows ana tered against plant walls fate at night Policepatrolled mill areas dur ing the night City officials had appealed to Gov Luther Hodges for the pat trolmen to help keep ordpr The strike had appeared Sunday when the Textile Vforkers Union of America locals voted tq ratify a contract settlement But By CHARGES STAFFORD GRAFTON AP 1959 the year of a reviving closed Three other industries a glassrailroad facilities a willingness to homes and filling the gutters In jn plant a pottery and a brick acbuild industrial plants and good the 1940s the B 0 began re ended tional prosperity this is a depres sion town in a recession state i recreation opportunities Oddly the townspeople The town straddles a bend of found inspiration in the latest blow the Tygart Valley River in the cial landing skids so it could eu 0ficils compaining rf recovered j status returning workers The firing was conducted by vetclined to sign agreejnent eran Strategic Air Command See 4 Cot f crewmen of the 556th Guided Mis sile Squadron the first unit that West Virginia heavily dependclosing of the glass plant They j Western foothills of the Alleghen ent on the depressed coal indusihave begun a cooperative fight to ies In the 1840s the railroad in trouble cent of lts estimated1 save the town Paris she is expecting a third child the Paris Journal said to day Notice Eagles Regular Meeting Wednesday Your Indiana Dairy Queen Store April 22 at 8 Nomination of is running chocolate today and new officers All candidates must tomorrow are unemployed Grafton hardly dependent at all on the coal industry teeters at The Senate is considering legislation that could help them and other depressed areas Spon sored by Sen Douglas it the brink of ruin Almost one of would make 385 million dollars every four workers in the town I available as loans to finance in and surrounding county is out ofjdustrial plants work j Grafton people are scraping to Almost all of the towns economi gether every available doltar to be presentor give consent0 nave slipped or snapped finance their own search for in itlA laci 1A Dnl i pushing westward chose the riv er bend for a division headquar ters shops and marshaling yards In the years after the Civil War Carr China Co was founded and prospered A brick factory opened nit a u vt v SUB OlJUaUlUU UIC Ullll moi A If I i placing steam engines with dieseljwill work with the Snark under opVVrCnCn bOCK6t Idromotives The cinders stunned cnnHiHnns M Costs Man at nearby Hammond HazelAtlas1 because of the owners locomotives The cinders stopped erational conditions falling but that meant trouble for Grafton The diesels required only a frac tion of the maintenance required by the old iron horses By 1958 the railroads local work force had shrunk from to 747 negotiations between thfi basic Some 250 persons lost their jobsjsteel industry and tfea United when the pottery closed in 952jSteelworkers will opeo May 5 in Steel Talks To Open May 5 PITTSBURGH A 59 cent wrench socket cost a Strotigstown youth 134 day when he attempted lift it from an district store Indiana Borough Larry R Vanwr W Glass Co built a plant The government buik a Homer City Legion party tonite 99 midgets Early Bird 210x during the last 10 years The timore Ohio railroad Has ldustry control dam that created a huge lake three miles south of town I Hammond Brick a small employ flood er closed in similar fashion i w w w tf York instead of May 18 as was by originally planned The new date announced joint Last Sept 29 Continental Can ly Monday by union and manage had taken over Haj ment gives the bargainers an ex Sears store wtem ha put the poclcftt wvi Hart Vtroer appeared before wv W W Wt j I Cinders from the stacks ofzel Ia3 closed thf Graf ton itra 13 days in which to work out a of the cut Grafton argues it has much to countless steam engines settled on plant as an economy measure settlement before contracts expire Store HO 55281 232xUs local work force onethird offer plentiful water excellent Graf ton grinding into the soil and See 4 Col 4 June 30 looete ol to