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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaptt That Serves Every Member of the Family U Lots of tlie flowers folks plant ikte sprint will grow but not to expectations Sixteen Pages EDITION Jncjijarta PenHtylvimfa Saturday April 1959 Two Sfletions At200q m Its Easy Just Turn Clocks Ahead Why people should be confront ed with the complexities of in come tax and the change to Day light Savings Time so soon after wards Is one of the mysteries of life that is topped only by the question Do I turn my clock forward or backward to adjust for the time change this week f No other acts by any level of government cause as much con fusion apparently as income tax and Daylight Savings Time With income tax out of the way or woe unto that person who hasnt filed his return by now county residents now turn to the problem of changing the hands of the clock Officially the time change will come Sunday April 26 at 2 Qclock in the morning Most people however will merely turn their clock ahead one hour before retiring Satur day night allowing the time change to take place while sleep For the next five months dis tirct residents will be adjusting to the fast time In Indiana the summer hours wilt remain in effect until the last Sunday in September when the clocks will be turned back one hour This operation seems simple enough but undoubtedly many peopb will arrive at church to morrow in time to hear only the benediction For those persons still con confused by Daylight Savings Time manipulations a sugges tion stay up all night tonight and leave for church when the neighbors do then youll both be in time for the benediction FROM Snags LaborRights B Kennedy Faces Rumor Margarets Heart Stays In Rome EXPEDITIONIST Ruben Miro admits in his New York hotel room he was organizing an ex pedition against the government of Panama with his cousin Rob erto Arias husband of British ballerina Margot Fonteyn NEA Telephoto ROME AP Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret left by plane for Paris today amid reports the pretty princess may have left her heart in Rome I Three hours before rejoining her mother for their de parture Margaret slipped away quietly to have lunch and say goodby privately to Prince Henry of Hesse The 32yearold artistnobleman had been her com substitute they had not read Johnson then suddenly adjourned the Snate until today despite pleas of some of his colleagues that it be adjourned until Monday It appeared the substitute wa tered down version of the original panion morning afternoon and evening through most of amendment would be fivedav Roman holiday units ot the National Ouajid adopted when the dust settled in uve aay noman nonciay jmoved into two counties of the the Senate today Unconfirmed reports at the eastern Kentucky coal gen IvlcClellan T night to prepare Guard Units Move Into Ky Counties Changes By JOE HALL WASHINGTON AP A bitter row over 3 compro jmise for the McClellan bill of rights amendment has de final Senate action on the labor regulation bill 7 Another a 11 e m p t will be made today to pass theybill Plans of the leadership on both sides to finish with the measure Friday night evap orated in a big verbal explo sion when a substitute for the bill of rights proposal was called up The furore even included a per sonal attack on Majority Leader Lyndon B Johnson with some senators charging he was trying to force them to vote on a ifce No Damper Havana WAY TO THE on the St Lawrence River in Canada await the opening of the St Lawrence Seaway Vessels of many nations are headed for Great Lakes ports Today these and other ships began using the seaway for commercial traffic NEA Telephoto OceanGoing Traffic Begins Use Of Seaway Believe Accused Man Dead POPLARVILLE Miss and hooded a mob today crashed into the courthouse cell of a Negro accused of raping a white wo man clubbed him into sub mission and vanished in the rolling red clay hills of Pearl River County Miss Sheriff W O Moody ap parently believes the Negro is dead even while his posse scours Im certain hes either been removed from the area or dumped in some he told newsmen Victim of the mob was M C Parker 23 who awaited trial on charges of raping a young white mother Only bloodstains haphazardly scattered around the second floor cell down the stairs and along a tiled corridor indicated the path along which the hooded raiders had dragged Parker into the night Parker fought hard at first but quickly gave up the struggle un a proi Lawrepce century and Corkers m five opened today to ship isnt VT i to newsmen he might send a ladyinwaiting way for troops well go along with the substitlfte i to the princes Roman villa to ask Gov A B Chandler ordered the He said he was fully Margaret to hurry back in order Guard into the area to prevent on it and that it would meet obping traffic of the world not to delay their departure i further bloodshed after new outjections of some of his fellow I Shortly after 8 a the icebreaker DIberville Italian newspapers speculated in breaks in the sevenweekold Southerners to his original government officials parliamentarians newspapermen bold headlines that there might jand seaway officials moved into the entrance of the seaway more between the two than a Four battalions were to move1 there was a question as tojust below Montreals Jacques Cartier Bridge Heads the wide ooen it used to be spnnBtime flirtation into Perry and Letcher counties whether final passage of the bill j The Princess and Queen Mothwhere much of the violence has come today Sen Barry It s still a gay and friendly city er Elizabeth went together this arisen Goldwater told a report t the earnest young men who morning to see the Italian race Chandler said about 450 United er he was strongly against the run the revolutionary police have horse Ribot in his stables outMine Workers pickets moved on substitute as toe weak and that put a stop to much of the prosside Rome ja coal tjPPle in Perry County Frijhe might call up 90 amendments TK v h in H h Tliev left in separate cars Poday They were stopped at to keep this thing He utution iney nave cnasea nunlice roadblocked the point by state police he more than that number print Thp nnllaH fho pifno ed See 2 Col 5 Idreds of off the streets and cracked down on Ibig abortion racket which thrived i in the days of President Fulgencio I ooUt lUll prostitution still exists in HaOf COnVOSSerS but swanky establishments in the good the police call moral zones have been shut down Dozens of Ihotelitos little hotels have been Iclosed I A sharp crackdown hit tlie nar Icotics business long flourishing in lHavana and a revolutionary mil lilary court emphasized it by sen one Of Havanas mari The governor called the situa tion desperate and said the pick ets were defiant The Senate met 13 hours Friday and seemed to have settled all the These fellows think they can go major floor fights except for re Chandler said State writing the bill of rights amend police forces are not now adement Huddles went on all day among Indiana County Cancer Crusade Tlie latest trouble came after a interested senators on the floor officials report today that unthird attempt by Chandler to setand in the cloakrooms to try to authorized persons have been makj tie the dispute between operators j draft the substitute It was not ing solicitations for money in the and the union ended in failure j agreed upon until late in the eve Black Lick area j The UMW wants a daily wage ninS and then was offered by Sen U is reported several young wo boost to and a protective i Thomas H Kuchel Re men who are not Crusade prohibiting processing ofiPUDcan whip were making doortodoor appealsnonunion coal by Kuchel had five Democrats and yesterday in Black Lick It says it will take nothing three other Republicans as cospon They pointed out that Mrs Ann Operators who have refused to sors This in itself indicated the tn death He aa KemP is the worker in Black Lick sign the contract say it would substitute would be adopted since anri nrntahiv will wind any cuestions concerning the bankrupt them Nearly all of them our of the Republicans voted ail term H Cancer Crusade in that area should operate small truck mines or for the original which was put L favmJbe rcferred to her Ioadin8 I See KennedyPage 2 Col 7 a long jail term Gambling for centuries a favor lite Cuban pastime has been Isharply reduced Casino opera Itions are limited to the bighotels ratering to tourists Five and Iclime casino operations were banned when the revolutionary government permitted a reopening the gambling centers after a shutdown for a cleanup ipaceAge o Challenge S Teachers GETTYSBURG Pa AP A Columbia University educptor sejys udents preparing for teaching reers face greater challenges to jlay because of the space age Dr Florence Stratemeyer pro ssor of education at Columbia Iffered that view Friday in a key lote address to the sixth annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Assn pr Student Learning at Gettys lurg College I It is necessary today to refinej experiences and an ob live in this refinement should May Provide Aid to Human DeathRay Killing Of Monkeys May Advance Human Brain Study Allies Said Half Agreed On Berlin WASHINGTON AP The Western allies are reported 50 per cent agreed on what their propos als and strategy should be when they meet with the Soviet Union in two weeks to discuss BerlinJwere Planned hundreds of persons and Germanys future i8ot up early to watch the first Diplomats are confident howi slT throu8hjhe Montreal ever the remaining50 per cent Seaway They gathered Behind the DIbexville was a flotilla of flagbedecked canallers freighters tankers and tugs Some 70 ships were waiting to move westward through the new waterway toward the North Amer ican Continents heartland miles from the Atlantic Ocean At Ogdensburg the west ern end of the 600mile seaway nineteen Canadian owried cargo ships started tq move toward Mon treal and the sea Although no formal ceremonies I Laws differences will be resolved and a united negotiating front forged at a Western Big Three meeting be ginning in Paris Wednesday A team of American British French and West German offi cials however have failed to re mainly along They the seaway bank near St Lambert across the St Lawrence River from Montreal Overhead planes and helicop ters many carrying photograph See 2 Col 3 tiaia nuwever nave lauea 10 re concile diverging views particui larly on European security at a meeting which ended in don Thursday The main conflict appears to lie H A R R I S B U R G in Britains continued insistence j Charles H Boehm public instruc on proposing some kind of central tion superintendent says many European arms control plan not i major developments in the field necessarily linked to progress inof chemistry during the last 12 Morns Cohn edltor READING Pa law enforcement is planned against Pennsylvania communi ties not treating their sewage be fore it is deposited in waterways the chairman of the State Sanitary Water Board reports Dr Charles L Wilbar told the seventh annual Pennsylvania Clean Streams Conference Friday that state laws will be enforced where necessary to accelerate the boards clean streams program He promised legal action against municipalities which have stead fastly refused to comply with or ders of the Sanitary Water Board to treat their sewage Dr Wilbar asserted that last year 71 per cent of the states industrial plants were providing satisfactory treatment of their wastes He added that fortunately for those persons down stream from communities which dump raw sewage into our streams there is a great natural ability of streams to cleanse themselves through di lution sedimentation sunlight ox idation and other action Other speakers at the conference By FRANK CAREY achieving German reunification j years still are not contained in The British are understood to betoxt books being used in Pennsyl continuing to press for Western i vania colleges and high schools agreement on a plan to ask the Dr Boehm told a meetingof Soviet Union to accept a ceiling trustees of the Commonwealths 14 on troops and weapons in a small1 state teachers colleges Friday area covering both parts of East that secondary schools have ac celerated science and mathematics land West Germany no S asTo kilteT Americart Wes German and courses at an WASHINGTON AP Death what little hazard if any at of the brain when i insisting that any5 such ray killings of 10 monkeys maythere is in ordinary radio and organ was examined aftertied to stepbystep progress have paved the way for new adidar Wastes Engineering Magazine George A Lloyd assistant mana ger of public relations for Esso Standard Oil Gordon P Lar son Wayne pollution equip ment manufacturer Gerald A Harshman editor of the Sharon Herald Dr Ruth Patrick of the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia and D F Paddock Federation of vances in of the human brain 1 death And the 11 other monkeys the study of diseases Regarding possibilities of using a had a quite complete recov lan brain the tochnianein from their in fha the technique in re ery their experience In the The killer an instrument search Baily gave this outline i case of the latter monkeys their giving off a certain type of ultal There was no evidence from the exposure to the radiowaves was ames nowever appear to h high frequency now experiments that the physiological stopped short of the convulsions I agreed on these main points looks like a good bet for an invi changes produced in the monkeys i which in the other monkeys were 1 Any new arrangements j merging the Western and in secondary schools the same cours Comes will be taught in early college Notice Eagles proved tool to study in animals brains were due to heat from the followed by death certain conditions involved in hu man brain maladies radiowaves 1 Any new arrangements gov erning the Allied positions in West Bailey said the waves that Berlin must be negotiated only So he said it is theorized that a monkey emanated from a radio j with the understanding the ar Thats the word from Dr Pearce the effects produced were caused antenna pointing toward the monj rangements in no way alter the Bailey of the National Institute of by molecular disturbances in keys head and in line with his i Allies existing legal right to be Neurological Diseases and Blindthe brain cells produced by the brain stem the central and vital there The British are reported to ness Bailev told about the monradiation itsolf than oarl of the hrain caiH tha ness Bailey told about the mon keyradio experiments in congres sional testimony released Friday heat he said they radiation itself rather than its Pait of the brain He said the monhave accepted the view that any key was killed in five minutes The j new international status would be antenna did not touch the safer than the one now exist ing which is based on their war used was time right of conquest 2 No detailed draft peace treaty will be offered the Soviets State Department officials had proposed to develop in future teachers tnuujr uc sum mcy uiu um ability to act on thought that16 exPanded the experiments brain cells resonate with the eleckeys head to do and teach those tilings in an tromagnetic radiation coming in The radio freq UWI know little or nothing about Bailev said that there but at present that is only the388 megacycles Radio experts she said adding practically no hazard to said this is within the frequencies The teachers who supervise trom ordinary radio and radar the j But he said the evidence so farmed in radio commuiifnation beDepartment officials had proposed udent rocket projects today were monl4ev experiment points to a from the tests is that radiowaves tween planes and is also used in this but the idea has been dis n told in school how to teach I way of testing under what can alter the biological activity of some types of specialized televi carded in favor of proposing a set uut i particular conditions ordinary rathe brain stem a vital area of the sion and radar Commercial radio1 of about a dozen principles which idio and radar could become hazi brain in a way that may be reand television broadcasts are in would be later translated into a Store HO 55281 j versible That is under certain the frequency band ranging fromdetailed treaty the effects produced sixtenths of a megacycle to about I 1100 megacycles INUliCc HacilcS mumst zones of Germany into a years as are being taught in high Dance Saturday April 25th Music single democratic nation schools by Star Dust Quartette 214x Diplomats representing the four allies however appear to have Inside The Gazette COUNTY SANDLOT County Sandlot Baseball survives Read about this and other sports on pages 10 and 11 WASHINGTON NEWS Its Saturday and Jerry Bennett is back with his usual look at the lighter side of the Washington news scene See page 6 AUddiut Other Features t IMS U Editorial HusplUI Obituaries Swcielj Spoilt 1MI FBI Enters Abduction Case At Poplarville WASHINGTON AP FBI Director J Edgar Hoover to day ordered a special squad of agents into the investigation of the abduction of a Negro from the Poplarville jail The special agents will gather Poplarville and every lead wilt be expeditiously Hoover said All facUities of the FBI In cluding its laboratory and identi fication division will be put to work on the case Hoover said The FBI statement added that Atty Gen William P Rogers is relaying information to the White House on the seizure of Charles Parker 23 who bad been charg ed with raping a white woman der the bludgeoning of his attack ers C J Mondy a prisoner told what happened Why did you do it yelled a hooded raider I didnt do screamed Parker Parker continued to voice inno cence and under continued shouted queries finally began naming oth ers who did Then he pointed to one of the other five Negro prisoners He did he cried Then his captors dragged Park er out of the building by his heels his head thumping on the steel treads of the stairs When they dumped Parker into the getaway car the Negro screamed and howled and newed his struggle The roared away For miles around volunteel searchers highway patrolmen and See 2 Col 1 Three Hurt In Traffic Crash Today COOKPORT Two Commodore RD men are reported in satis factory condition in Miners Hos pital in Spangler with injuries they received in a twocar accident shortly after midnight today on Route 631 two miles east of Cook port State Police from the In diana substation report Dwight Learn 22 and Leland Goodlin 19 a passenger in Learns car re ceived injuries in todays crash Learn obtained a possible frac tured jaw and Goodlin is listed as receiving lacerations of the face and chin DeWayne Boring 1 Cherry Tree RD 2 operator of the second vehicle was examined at the hos pital but released He reportedly had a leg injury According to State Police Bor ing pulled his car out into be in tersection causing the collision with the Learn auto Damage to the Boring car was estimated at aad to vehicle re car Touu Teru Dance tonite He said the experiments in conditions Sat tfx Which 10 of 21 monkeys were ultimately disappear Dance tonite Sat ttx WEATHER Shosvers likely tins evening Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday with scattered showers Windy aixd turning cooler Sunday Low in lower 30s High Sunday 56 tu 64 Course Southern IPrijptJ Chicken Dinner Sunday Tbt Outside Inn Dance tonite Club Savoy Music by Jet Tones   

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