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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                t TIDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member Family Its foolish jtfgt to wish tor hup ptoess when It comes a tot easier whwi you wotk f or it ThlNyfwo Pennsylvania Thursday April Two Sections VICTORY ON LABOR BILL T Plot NY Police FBI Kept NEW VTORK New York police the FBI and other agencies were alerted today to what was termed a plot by hired killers to Fidel Castro Castro has been Seeks Spending Davey Envisions New Lobby For Remaining Taxes HARRISBURG Lawrence envisions a hew type of legislative looby in that would promote passage of the remainder of his 400milliondollar KC Plant Leveled By Blast KANSAS CITY Kan AP An explosion levelled a blocklong one story build ing of the Thompson Hay ward Chemical plant to day Two men were missing and I new tax program v w And judging from the reactions of several top leaders York since Tuesday and is m fields where Commonwealth spends much of its presumed dead At least five due to go taBoston Saturday money he might well have such a lobby in the making others one a fireman were ipiundrecls ol o 111 c e have 7n been guarding him and more Speaking before 70 leaders of school health welfare i i morei mental health coal research and tourists organizations Gov were quickly assigned to the Lawrence declared Wednesday Lobbyists oppose Police said Castro aides had tified them of the alleged plot their businessBut there never early today and said it involved has anybody here lobbying two groups totaling seven men for taxes to pay the bills for what none of them Cubans One of these groups was de you need People who are opposed to the cribed as five brothers between quite naturally are 18 and 35 years old originally putting up the best case they can from Philadelphia but now you go to work and get across cago residents The other was said the story of what your needs are to consists brothers The five brothers in the farmer group it was said all have police records in Philadelphia for minor offenses such as disorderly con duct and assault reported that they might be riding in a 1957 Jblack White top Say Nikita Advised To Cut Drinks Germany of two men also i believe we can within a reasoni A West German newspaper said ApprovedAs Army Chief WASHINGTON AP Gen Kyman L Lemnitzer 59 artillery man and paratrooper won unani mous approval of the Senate Armed Services Committee as the new chief of staff of the Army He promised senators he will al ways give Congress and the nationiture his professional judgment even ifi this clashed with budget limi tations The committee also approved able time get our tax program Afterward several of the or ganization leaders pledged support of the fiscal program I agree with the governors said Joseph McDon ougli president of the Pennsylva nia American federation of Labor and a member of Lawrences Tax Adyisbry Committee that made tne original tax recommendations A Nelson Addleman president of the Pennsylvania State Educa today that doctors have strongly advised Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to cut down on his else The tabloid newspaper Oclock a dispatch dated Moscow said he sufferedfainting spells on March lO 19 April J and7 followed by temporary blackouts The paper said doctors Jwork on the theory that the man may have a braintumor but injured The explosion occurred in a tank containing gal lons of weed killer and de stroyed seven other tanks The resulting spectacular blaze on a high hilltop five miles southwest of the Kan sas City business dis trict was visible over most of the city For a time the fire threatened to spread to half a dozen other tanks but after hours firemen reported the fire was but would have to burn itself out The blast came just before the change of shifts Robert Thomp ON WAY TO PAPAL M ado Nascali Rocca Di Corneglano back to camera secret waiter to Pope John XXIII greets Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret at entrance to Clementine Hall on their arrival for papal audience yesterday AP Wirephoto via radio from Rome son president of the company aid there normally would be five 5Uhrimen at worjl jn the building at the time Henderson Strike Scene Quiet Today HENDERSON C UlllC i Thompson identified missing Qutnumbenng pickets as Lewis man he jobs at the tion promised to do every thing in our power to help back13 the program Noting Pennsylvania State Uni versitys request for more money in the next biennium President Eric A Walker asserted Lets face it he the governor cant spend what he hasnt got I certainly hcpe to see him get his tax program through the Legisla declines to submit to Tnis is checkup the third report on identify only as He jlpubtedv they cpijld JiavjK survived not another outbreak of violence and state troopers Mills today after the blast Cause of the was determined For a time the downtown area was covered by a cloud of dense smoke carried by a strong wind The plant was located just German press this month Theacross the MissouriKansas state Sueddeutsche Zeitung in Munichline first reported Khrushchev having fainting spells The masscirculat ed Bild Zeitung had a similar story night when w ttiatfe rv The Frankfurt tabloid said that Khrushchev may be refusing to OShea represent group was writing to each of the resident Eisenhowers 3f300 trustees in of three other members o Chiefs of Staff for another two years They ape Gen Nathan F Twin jthe state asking their support and urging them to contact lawmakers about their requests The talk left Georee I Bloom M J ft ing JCS chairman and former Air Republican state chairman untm Force head Adm Arleigh A Burke chief of naval operations and Gen Thomas D White Air Force chief of staff Crash InPlumBoro pressed Many of them the organiza tions stand to benefit rather well under his Lawrences record spending Bloom said afterward Their approval is un He charged that the administra tion was making a headlong rush to spend itself into another financial Democrats n n t TARENTUM Pa light added have ailed to plane crashed today on a farm any sincere move to infuse deleriora Khrushchev said the report now lips the scales at 235 pounds His physicians urgently advised him to reduce his daily diet and drinking AF Reports Recovery of Thor Capsule WASHINGTON Air About 250 pickets Ignored steady drizzle at the companys two plarits to jeer and shout dej fiance at the departing1 One picket was struck in1 arm by a 38 caliber bullet 0ffipers said he received first ment at a hospital and wasre leased An unidentified woman report Force announced today the recovedly suffered a slight head wound ery of an information capsule 1 from a shot or av steel pellet ejected from a Thor ballistic misj hurled from a slingshot An offi sile The missile was launched from Cape Canaveral early this morning she was treated at the South Henderson plant dispensary Delay Action On Jobless Commission WASHINGTON AP An em barrassing legislative situation is delaying House action on a Sen atepassed bill for a Special hicrhwav mission to study unemployment ln launchingposition at a few Patrolmen and its remedies Jin Britain was for the purpose c House Democratic leaders retesting reliability and accuracy portedly fear that establishment of Ike Names Dulles To Role WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Eisenhower designated John Duties as a special con foreign policy todayiThri room rstricken former seo Change OKd By Senators Senators backing the original Kennedy labor bill sounded alarms to absent allies and cast about today for a way to come back from a stunning defeat Their problem was to re move from the measure a sec tion engineered into it by Sen John L McClellan CD Ark who called it a bill of rights for rankanffile union members Union leaders con tend it contains a lot of union busting dynamite McClellan got it into the bill Wednesday night on a 4746 vote Though not cut entirely to those lines it was broadly a victory by a coalition of Southern Democrats and Republicans over the North ern Democrats The vote was capped with an other which left the parliamentary situation such that it would re quire a twothirds vote to recon sider the McClellan As the Senate went back to de bate today Sen John F Kennedy principal author of the bill got out a statement assailing the amendment as one which would open a Pandoras box of lawsuits wildcat strikes labor spies and federal It was learned the Northern Democrats were discussing var ious parliamentary maneuvers that might get rid of the McClel lan amendment One way would out everything ii the substitute omitting section Democrats sry of state was up and dressed jjlue suit blue shirt and blue occasion v jeaa a special state it In turn read a little of his fhil Christian A Herter and express ing gratitude to Eisenhower for the new appointment Your willingness to continue to contribute your abundant talent and unique experience to the serv ice of the United and the free world is but one more ex The test firing of the Floodlights were beamed at of your magnificent spirit pickets as the workers most of and devotion to the nations wel in autos were escorted which is already in production and through the plant gates by 100 T WI 1IIUYC t 111 UO in nearby Plum Borough but the eco nto the fisca program Irvi turn rriAn r a Sorry Folks No Comics Readers of the Gazette com ics will have to wait a day to catch up on heir favorite toon characters Production problems force the editors to omit all of todays comics Readers will be brought up to date as soon as possible Store HO 55281 232x pilot and two passengers escaped unhurt Jim Morewood 24 of Allison Park pilot said a mechanical de fect developed shortly after he ook off from the ButlerGraham Airport at Butler Morewood was flying a Butler Graham plane to Bedford with James Tillie 35 of Mooongahela and Leonard Anderson 21 of Am biidge as passengers The crash occurred on the farm of James Parks near Sardis Road The plane was demolished More wood said ha was attempting to an emergency landing after noticing the mechanical defect Action Deferred On ISTC Boiler HARRISBURG Gen eral State Authority has deferred action on bids for construction of a new boiler plant in Indiana State College The GSA said Wednesday that bids received were higher than the allocated for the project U said a report on bid diug will be submitted to the GSA board at its next meeting Special on hand woven n Association for the Blind 115 6th St Call HO 55549 212xA See Handy Andys coupon offe 10 212 Pgh Area Job Total Increases PITTSBURGH AP Employ ment In Pittsburghs fourcounty labor market area rose to in March an increase of in recent weeks and a rise of over the same month last year At the same time unemploy ment roles went down to or per cent of the area gTto force as compared to 12 per cent such a commission now would strengthen opposition to housing aid to depressed areas and other bills they are pushing to create jobs Opponents could urge a de lay until the commission had time to study the problem The Air Force said the missile accomplished its objectives and that good telemeter reports were received on all stages of the flight minor inci dents reported during the night Two persons were arrested and charged with illegal discharge of See 12 Col 2 slightly less than its full range of I ckwpnQOn Tnkoc 1 mllec 10Wl I I UIVCO Over Godfrey Job miles Flashing lights permitted optical camera tracking of the rocket The proposal for an 11memberJThe reentry vehicle was sighted NEW YORK Leven commission was sponsored by by an aircraft and two ships in son is taking over the Arthur God Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon the Atlantic as the missile came trey daily program period on tele r T B Johnson of Texas It passed by weeks ago Once jnto earths vision and Robert Q Lewis is sub The Air Force said this was the fourth recovery of a data capsule in February The Pennsylvania State said a stained upsurge in the Pittsburgh areas steel mills continued to spark the employment increase Production workers in the four county area of Allegheny Beaver Washington and Westmoreland Counties earned an average of a week as compared to a national weekly average of sage does not appear to be in from Thor missiles i doubt Emj A topranking Democrat said the was entirely one of tinv sti luting for Godfrey on radio the Columbia Broadcasting System announced today its tfere iate today or Eisenhower said It is highly gratifying not only to myselfand the secretary of indeed to the people of the know that we both shall continue to have the benefit of your advice and How active Dulles will be is problematical His doctors would not permit more than a few as sociates and family members to attend the swearingin ceremony at Walter Reed Army Hospital But Eisenhower keeps in touch with Dulles regularly by tele phone The designation of the former Cabinet member to a con sultative post should be at least a morale booster Technically Dulles becomes u member of the White House staff ing and added If I had my way the time would be the end of the session See Handy Andys coupon offer page 10 212 Eagles Party tonite Thurs Ux Inside The Gazeffe BOYLE COLUMN HOW to relieve tension is the subject of Hal Boyles column to day on editorial page 6 UHS Indiana Joint High won their triangular track meet yesterday This and other sports on pages 22 and 23 Other Features Dairy Drivers To Vote On New Contract PITTSBURGH AP Some dairy salesmen drivers will vote next Tuesday on a new con tract proposal submitted by the Greater Pittsburgh Dairy IndusIdiana Borough last night proved a try Assn Contract proposals were j big winner on the national televi not made public jsion show The Price Is The association is bargaining Zerbe a resident of 211 Grant agent for 61 major dairy firms was the closest bidder on a 11 Western Pennsylvanialiving room dining room outfit Counties The present labor valued at and a speedboat contract expires April 30 valued at The drivers are represented by To Be Back Next Zerbe Price is Right Winner On TV Show John B Zerbe who recently re signed as recreation director of In the Milk Ice Cream Salesman Drivers Dairy Employes Local His bids on ihe two items were and respectively In addition to receiving the mer 205 The dairy firms are located i chandise Zerbe was also loaned AUddini Ump 31 Butiueii Uirror i C 3031 Crouvordi 30 Obliuriei 31 13 10 iporU TVIUUo WEATHER FORECAST Clear and cool tonight with some scattered frost Low 33 to 40 Friday sunny and warm in the following counties Allegheny Beaver Butler j Lawrence Armstrong Indiana Greene Washington Westmore land Mercer and Fayette California Sunkist 3 dor 89c Florida seedless grapefruit 10 to invest on the stock market for one week He may keep all the profit he makes while spon sors of the program will under write any deficit Zerbe selected Aluminum Standard Oil Company of New Jersey Consolidated Edison Gendry JOHN ZERBE sound for 59c Lous Fruit Market Mills and Pipe Founj Zerbes many Indiana friends will be closely watching the fluctua tions of these stocks during the next week to see if the recreation baejte to Ifesponse to Sen Theodore F present early ia the day Sens Hubert Humphrey U Minn and Paukfl DOugfas D 111 were to Washing ton Washington state Douglas hfem Canada Kennedy said in his statement that the McClellan amendment could turn the bill into a tool Communists employer stooges One section requires a union to furnish lists of members and their addresses to candidates put up by Communists or antiunion employers for the sole purpose of getting this Ken See U S 12 Col 1 Fire Chief Warns of Fuel Storage A reminder was issued today by William Simpson Indiana Fire De partment Chief concerning the dis pensing of gasoline in glass con tainers Chief Simpson pointed out that it is a violation of a State Fire Marshal regulation for any service station to sell gasoline in glass containers With the return of the use of power mowers for cutting lawns Mr Simpson reports he has re ceived numerous calls from service station operators who report local people wanting them to sell them gasoline in glass containers We feel that it isnt fair to ask a service station operator to put gas in glass Mr Simp son added Under the law they are not permitted to do so He pointed out that this is a regulation of the Fire Marshal of the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Fire Protection State Fire Marshal regulation 8 1461 states no delivery of class one or class two flamable liquids director makes a killing in the shall be made into portable con stock market His stock market tainers unless the container is of earning will be announced on next weeks program Since Zerbes total winnings ex ceeded that of tne other three con testants he will return next week for an opportunity to increase his prizes A large number of local resi dents are expected to be watching Channels 6 and U next Wednesday evening at oclock to see if Zerbe can add to Zerbe resigned hia post list month to sound metal construction has a tight closure with screwed or spring cover and is fitted with a spout or so designed that the con tents can be poured without Mr Simpson concluded by ing that ia the past we have Area Recreation AMflcJi Luzerne County He his new duties May 1 gwotiot feat tnjorlw will be That it the   

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