Indiana Evening Gazette, April 27, 1959

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania t TEDDY Ah Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family tots of drivers get pinched far ipeeding but mi hard enough to wake 2IS City EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday April 27 1959 Two Sections HEAVY POLICE ESCORT FOR CASTROFidel Castro Cuban Prime Minister is escorted by Massachusetts State Police as he walks to plane flight to Montreal yesterday afternoon The Cuban leader spoke to the Harvard Law School forum in neighboring Cambridge Saturday night He was under heavy police guard here as authorities acted on an FBI tip of a possible AP Wirephoto assassination attempt retician Selected Red China President I TOKYO Shaochi hatchetfaced theoretir fcian of the Communist party moved up today to the ores dency of Red China Peiping radio called him a leader1 second only to Mao i Choti EnLai was renamed premier Mao relinquished the presidency to free himself for his1 more important duties as chairman of the Chinese Commu nist party Choice of Liu a 61yearold Hunanese ened his position as Maos heirapparent BELLE PAL OSTWIND BACK U S TODAY Congress Hears Coal Problems WASHINGTON The National Coal Policy Conference will try to con vince members of Congress tonight that coal needs legis Withhofd New Levy House GOP Ready To Support Davey On Present Taxes HARRISBURG House Republicans today were ready to provide any votes needed to help pass that part of i i r i i 11 mijr lu nciij uctaa umi i ui lation for an even break with Gov Lawrences tax package which calls for extending ex nfhpr isting taxes other fuels All congressmen and many administration officials were invited to a dinner tonight by the recently organized con ference which comprises the United Mine Workers many major coal companies sev eral coal hauling railroads and coalusing utilities At least 100 congressmen are ex But the GOP leadership of both Houses refused to pro vide votes for Lawrence proposals designed to produce 237 j million dollars in new tax money during the next two years rlhreeMptor Violators Sentenced NBC Network Hit By Walkout oected to show UD them Wednesday for a final show down McCann told a news The conference will ask gress to enact a national fuels pr Se James s Be er Gop they this session As a first step floor lead said it was agreed icoal industry leaders want a bilto supply needed house votes partisan commission created byto extend existing jaxeS the Congress This commission would bills are in proper study national fuels problems and Rep Stephen McCann Democratic floor leader saidj Sunday night that he will call for a showdown vote on all of Lawrences existing taxes and those to enact new levies The bills are already by House committee and 1 will roll Sees Labor Bill Getting IkesOK WASHINGTON John WITNESS TO PRISONER SEIZ URE John Reyer 63year old Poplarville farmer sits in rear of FBI car telling agents how he witnessed the abduction of M C Parker from his jail cell in Poplarville Sat urday Reyer told them he saw four masked men throw a Neg ro into the back of a car and drive off Reyer had been visiting the hospital across the street Parker was held on charges of raping a white wo Trial was scheduled to NEW YORK Asuddea tariff advocates public power sup Berger said when Peiping radio indicated howstrike by technicians knocked and power indusit comes to passing the new taxes ever that Liu was not unopposed National Broadcasting Co net early this mdnth when the off the air today Operations tarn Kft of ii proposed by Lawrence we decid cBuy ims murun wnen ine The conference expects its no Republican votes command chose Rim to bechair were restored by supervisory percommendations to be introduced wouidbe given inthe House the governsonnel ment which under Mao had in Congress But it is not so cer The Democrats have only a one Three persons were today by Judge Edwin M Clark for motor vehicle violations Raymond Harold Lute Hillsdale The striking union the National tain that a law can be enacted vote margin above the necessary a largely ceremonial post It of Broadcast Employes andithis session that he had the support of a large Technicians NABET John L Lewis president of the the House sentenced its ftoppage was ajUMW who suggested organization Berger predicted a rough road i 106 votes needed to pass a bill in mous Mme Sun Yatsen widow of the Los Angeles Philadelphia complete national exjof the conference will address thei for some of the new tax proposals tending to Washington dinner George H Love chairman made by Lawrence if they do leaded guilty today to of republican China and San Francisco motor vehicle under the jnveteran revolutionary Tung Piwu Tllp among major in and j of the conference and president of the Consolidation Coal Co of Pitts a motor vehicle under the inXClcia iung nwu The walkout began at 7 will preside fluence of intoxicating liquors onwere amed vice chairmen suewhen engineering personnel re Congressmen will be told the April 23 jceeding Marshal Chu Teh who had fused to put on the air a program coals mrkets are disappearing Lute was sentenced to pay theheld the Job alone recorded in Paris for the twohourand that profits based on sales costs of prosecution pay a fine of Chuold cronv of Mao and for Today show that goes to 119 are the lowest and be confined to the Inmer warlord governor of Yunnanstations dustries Jail for 90 days iProvince had been expected to Part of the affected show was Robert C Dunmire West Lebsucceed Mao in tne presidency Inan interview with Brigitte Bardot ajion pleaded guilty today to the 72yearold marshal got NABET said the program was crating a motor vehicle after thej See 2 Col 1 suspension of his operating as ordered to pay the costs of n 2 1 rosecution a fine of and be DOy 3 cont Nioqaro The incident occurred April 16 MIAnADA WAI c M v See 2 Col 4 Howard Miller 337 East Chest nut Blairsville also charged f with operating a motor vehicle afiday fel1nto tne ter the suspension of his jng privilege pleaded guilty d payma f who C0uldn l day to the incident thai took place ln hc waler in an March 26 utltmpt to save hlm Butler Bocks Herter Pick In New Post BOSTON Democratic Na called thejtional Chairman Paul M Butler as died Sunstoppage a violation of the unsaid today he believes Secretary made by a nonunion company and violated its contract with NBC A union official asserted the taping was part of a runaway shop pattern being developed By American networks of recording shows abroad at low wages The nctwork in See NBCPage 2 Col 3 w Since the court noted this was Bradbury boy SuCCUmbs At 85 the first offense for Miller was placed on probation for he two years and ordered to pay the costs c of prosecution and a fine of Albcrl 6 Edward James Wargo and Ken i1ournier Police said the fell into the river about a mile above the American Falls He had playing on the rocks with his of Indianas bestknown resi of State Christian A Herter of Massachusetts is one of the two best qualified men for the job in the country Butler here for a speech told a news conference he thinks Douglas Dillon who is to become Mrs Esther Drenning Hamilton j undersecretary of state is equally and Michael dents passed away at today at her residence 275 Phila neth Gray Turnbull both of Ise lin pleaded guilty today to a charge of burglary larceny and re ceiving stolen property resulting from the burglary of a refresh ment stand near Mclntyre on Vpril 17 They were sentenced by the court to pay the costs of prosecu tion make restitution of the dam age pay a fine each and surrender their drivers license for one year In other court action today El mer W Wilkins Indiana RD 4 charged with assault and battery arising from an incident April 9 pleaded guilly today He was given a suspended sen tence on the condition that he pay the costs of prosecution a fine of and be placed on probation for three years during which time he will be at home oclock each evening Michael said he tried to reach delphia St She was 85 the boy but the current was too1 Mrs Hamilton was the widow of swift William Scott Hamilton and moth Thomas was the son of Mr and er of David J and Dr R Dren Mrs Richard Bradbury of Hamilton Butler said he thinks President Eisenhower could unify the coun HerterSeen Forging Ties With Demos WASHINGTON of State Christian A Herter is be ginning to forge much closer work ing links with mem bers of Congress than John Foster Dulles maintained Taking off today for a meeting with British French and West German foreign ministers in Paris Herter is leaving behind arrange ments to keep key democrats abreast of The personal liaison which Her ter has established with Chairman J William Fulbright DArk of the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee will be handed over until his return to Assistant Secretary William B Macomber In his final meeting with Ful try by appointing some Demobri8ht Herter agreed to report in regulation bill The bill passed 901 by the Sen ate Saturday went through that body without inclusion of several provisions the administration has Insisted are needetTfor effective labor legislation Among these are provisions which Would limit sharply organ izational picketing ban all second ary boycotts and let state agen cies handle labor cases in which the National Labor Relations Board refuses to take jurisdiction There is no forum now for han dling such cases Kennedy author of the bill re sisted strong efforts in the nine days of Senate floor debate to write all three of these points into the bill He contended that they either were unworkable or would harm legitimate union interests But even so the Massachusetts senator said in an interview he does not see how Eisenhower could refuse to sign the bill if it reached him in the form it went through the Kennedy said he was confident the measure would be recognized as a strong effective measure to clean up many abuses in unions The Senate finally did accept a compromise section aimed at some organizational picketing but in a much less drastic form than the administration asked has been holding similar legislation Lawrences proposed reenact submit recommendations to Conment of existing taxes is designedF Kennedy DMass said today start today AP Wirephoto gress to raise an estimated 90 million ihe does not see how President These coal proposals most likely dollars to help balance his record Elsennower could decline to ap4 i will attract strong opposition from I budget for the the Senatepassed Labor gas interests oil importers low61 biennium monii Yandergrift Fire Loss At 000 VANDERGRIFT Pa AP Fire early today destroyed a two story business building in the heart of this Allegheny County community There was no official estimate of damage but it was indicated the loss would be at least three second floor apartments escaped injury At least three firemen suffered minor injuries fighting the blaze which roared out of control a few minutes after the first alarm was sounded at a m Patrolman James California said the blaze apparently origi nated in the storeroom of the Hilly Cut Rate Drug Store From there it spread to a clothing store hosiery shop and barber shop A beauty shop and apart ments occupied the second floor Last November another busi ness block fire in Vandergrift caused damage Surrenders To Police In Pgh Mitchell Ostwind the associate of boy financial wizard Earl Belle has returned to the United States and today sur rendered to the U S Attor leys office in Pittsburgh to ace fraud and conspiracy in dictments Ostwind suntanned and dapper after nearly ten months in Rio de Janeiro aces the charges in connec tion with the collapse of Belles paper There is still no word how ever on Belles whereabouts Belle and Ostwind flew to Brazil with their wives last July just be fore a series of local and federal probes led tobankruptcy pro ceedings against several com panies in which they were active Their passports later were re voked by the government Belle and Ostwind are Pittsburgh residents Ostwinds appearance this morning came without any ad vance announcement that he had returned from Brazil Neatly dressed in a gray suit he looked like a young businejSSTOanJust turned from a vacation as he apj peared with two lawyers at the office of Atty Hubert Teitelr baum Ostwind joined Belle the latters former right hand man Murray Talenfeld severed his partnership with the Pittsburgh fi nancier See 2 Col 2 gara Falls A complete obituary will appear in tomorrows paper Arrange crats tions to high even in government posi the Cabinet President Franklin D Roosevelt named some Republicans to his Cabinet and President Harry S person to the Senate committee as soon as he returns In the meantime the under standing is that any significant developments at either the Paris The House hearings on but is not expected to act on it before June or July Traditionally been apt to stronger labor legislation than the treatments to ease the cancer pain the House has write somewhat StopXRay Treatment For Dulles WASHINGTON AP Xray Senate But this year backers of the Kennedy bill in the House con of former Secrstajy of State John1 Foster Dulles nave been stopped Homer City Rifle Club party toments are being made by Robinof trust to Republicans Truman also gave high positions or the EastWest foreign as the Senate version tend they have the votes to put it wth no significant improvement in much the same shape as yet the State Department re ported today Judge Raps Abduction Of Prisoner POPLARVILLE Miss AP A circuit court judge said today the kidnaping of a Negro prisoner charged with raping a pregnant white woman has opened the gates of hate and on the people of Mississippi Judge Sebe Dale was to have presided at todays scheduled trial of Mack Charles Parker 23year old truck driver dragged from his jail cell at the Pearl River County jail early Saturday Prosecuting Atty William Stew art asked for a continuance of the trial because we have no de Parker and his abductors were objects of a twostate search led by special teams of FBI agents A fair trial has been denied this Judge Dale said I believe had he been tried the rec ord would have brought a kinder feeling toward the people of Mis mte M tfx sonLytle Funeral Home here said Butler ministers conference in Geneva May 11 will be relayed through Macomber to Fulbright As principal Democratic spokes See OffPage 2 Col 7 by 11 New Building Ready 110 Homeless Open House Tomorrow n5ostonRre I I For New Indiana Elks Last year the House killed thei Press officer Lincoln White saidi I do not know now what to ex Kennedylves bill which was quitelhe was not aware of any Dale said What laws will similar to the present measure But it did not get to act until the man on foreign affairs Fulbright i dosing days of the session and then only under procedure which ruled otit any floor amendments See 2 Col 8 treatments planned for Dulles j be passed against who has been under treatment ai Walter Reed Army Center Mississippi had been sinned Medical against he said by the action of the raiders in dragging Parker started Irom his jail cell About 50 or 60 spectators were Montgomery iSeoledOffln scaoeof Five MONTGOMERY Ala I search that sealed off Montgom leiy from the rest of the slate j tailed today to locale five convicts who sawed their way out of Kilby Prison Highway patrolmen sheriffs deputies and city police remained on duty all night All highways iliiiK1 out of the city were locked Its Open House tomorrow evening at the newly completed Indiana Elks Officials of the local frater nal organization have invited all district residents to view their modern lodge hall tomorrow eve ning from 7 to 10 The structure was re cently completed on South 13th Street near Oakland Ave Tuesdays Open House will include a tour of the new lodge and the Elks Auxiliary will serve refreshments to the visitors Termed as one of the nicest club buildings in Western Penn the local building is of modern construction through out The structure has a basement floor and a main floor that will be used for various club activi ties Included are a grill room lounge kitchen and 200 seat dining room Plans call for the expansion of the kitchen facilities making it possible to seat 500 persons at the dinner tables Another feature of the build ing is the 125 car parking lot Chester A Watkins the new manager of the lodge expressed pleasure at the new facilities He reports a capacity crowd at the first regular Saturday night dance The Indiana Elks Lodge was forced to find other club facili ties whep fire destroyed their lodge building in Indianas bu siness district on Philadelphia St An increase in club activities and membership as well is ex pected now that the operation of the new building is underway Indiana residents will want to take advantage of the opportun ity tomorrow evening to view In Tenement BOSTON Fire Sunday de stroyed four 3 story tenement buildings damaged four other multiplefamily dwellings and a garage and made at least 110 persons homeless All the occupants escaped with out serious injury Two firefight ers were seriously injured and about a score others suffered mi nor injuries and smoke inhalation Nathan Volkman collapsed a heart attack while watching flames sweep his home He was taken to a hospital The Red Cross termed the fire i a disaster Au appeal was issued for cloth ling food and furniture for the I stricken families most of whom The former secretary receiving treatments on the lower part of his neck at the hosion hand when a Methodist mims Party tonite Catholic Center 215 pital APr attributedter intoned a prayer opening the pain Dulles was having to a poscircuit courts term and Aux Meeting Tues sible malignant tumor in the lower see 2 Col 1 Apr 28 8 215x cervical vertebrae Jurors Drown For June Term Jurors for the June Term of Indiana County Court have been drawn including the names of 24 county residents to serve on the Grand Jury and 65 jurors each to serve on criminal and civil cases The Grand Jury meets June I wiih criminal court starting a weafc later Civil suits will be heard ning June 15 A complete list of all jur ors appears on page today Inside The Gazette 1STC The University of Pittsburgh baseball team won a doublehead tr from ISTC Saturday See sports pages 10 and 11 BOYLE A little girl goes shopping in Hal Boyles Column today on edi torial page 6 Mirrvr Other Features Coiuici Ii urdi 14 S Editorial i lllft UoapiUl 13 1M3 Society 4 1011 7 World Tudtr this modern structure officials escaped only with the clothes they concluded I were wearing WEATHER Partly cloudy with scattered showers or mghi and Tuesday Low tonight 44 to 54 76 Thundershowerg to High Tuesday 65 to Women of the M a Spaghetti Dinner Tues Eve April 28 8 Bring vour Store HO ;

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