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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY file rewon swnt firis nevef get married fe that theyve prtced themselves out of the market slums An Indiana Couniy Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday April 28 1959 Twd Stef ions TOUGHER LABOR BILL Hot Battle Brewing ter Ike REA Veto JfUlST of Cubas rvolution tries on a ten gallon hat presented to him it a luncheon at the airport aftor his arrival in Houston yester day A cheeringcrowd of persons welcomed him as nis plane landed Castro announced he would stay over night in Houston and leave for Cuba sometime today AP YVirephoto Concerning Dealings With Belle ToTell All Says Ostwind Override Fight By Democrats WASHINGTON AP A hot fight with political over tones apparently is shaping up in Congress over Presi dent Eisenhowers veto of a rural electrification bill Democrats are preparing an attempt to override the veto and the WhiteHouse to day launched what amounted to a counteroffensive Republican Senate Leader Ever ett M Dirksen came out of a meeting with President Eisen hower and quoted the President as saying Congress will sustain the veto Then Dirksen fired a few shots at the Demo crats The bill Dirksen declared had political motives in the first place He said these were to give a fillip to organizations seeking the measure and also to let the Democrats engage in what he called their favorite indoor sport hatchets and dead cats at Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson proached by Ostwind The frorn agriculture powjr to States 1 See 4 PITTSBURGH chell Ostwind back home after 10 months refuge in Brazil promised the govern ment today to tell the full and complete story of his dealings with youthful finan cier Earl Belle The 26yearold former salesman surrendered to fed eral authorities Monday to face federal charges of fraud and conspiracy in connection with the corrtplex operations of a financial empire I want to get this cleared up once and for he told U S Atty Hubert Tejtelbaum I dont want it hanging over my Ostwind spent several hours talking with the FBI after his sur render and arraignment The FBI will continue to question Ostwind He is free under bond pend ing further cocrrt action Ostwind andiijfelle left for Rio de Janeiro their fi nancial empire collapsed undef government investigation A fed eral grand jury in Pittsburgh in dicted them both last November on fraud and conspiracy charges The suntanned Ostwind who held a salesmans job in Brazil declined to answer any questions about Belle who stayed behind Meanwhile it was revealed in Rio de Janeiro that Ostwind had left a signed statement in which he promised complete coopera tion with U S Atty Hubert Tei telbaum of the western Pennsyl vania district The statement was shown to newsmen by Consul Malcolm Hallam who said he was ap April 6 Davey OKs Demos Idea On MoreTaxes By JACK LYNCH HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence today gave general approval to a plan by the Democratic House lead cship to exempt acrossthebar liquor and beer sales from fe remainder of his 3 per cent sales tax package The governor told his weekly news conference he dis cussed the compromise with Democratic leaders Monday added I assume it is all loins by the rural electrification adminis tfationy an agencyin ture Department The chief spon sor was Sen Hubert Humphrey Dirksen said it would be a dan gerous precedent for Congress to override the veto Dirksen expressed his views to the measure after he and other GOP congressional chiefs had Clare Bodth Luce OKd As Brazil Envoy WASHINGTON Sen BACK FROM Mitchell Ostwind left suntanned after a stay of nearly 10 months in Rio de Janeiro looks at his return trip passport yesterday with U S Atty Herbert I Teitel baum in Pittsburgh after Ostwind surrendered to face fraud and conspiracy charges in con nection with the collapsed financial youthful financier Earl Belle Ostwind and Belle flew to Rio with their families last July 4 v v fe r In Confab With GOP Leaders WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower told Republican leaders today he wants a bet ter labor regulation bill than the one approved by the Senate The leaders reported this after a 2 hour conferenca with the President House GOP Chief Charles A Halleck of Indiana called the Senate measure grossly The partys Senate leader Ever etl M Dirksen of Illinois referred to the measure as a watereddown version of what is needed to stamp out racketeering in the la bor field Both Halleck and Dirksen pre dicted that Eisenhower at hisnews conference Wednesday will ex press the hope the House will strengthen the Senate bill Action in the House is not like y before June Hearings on the Senate bill have been started by a House labor sub committee and are expected to continue about four weeks Sorae members estimate it may take anv other month after the hearings are closed to get an agreement on a bill The Senate measure sponsored Sen John F D was approved overwhelm ingly last week The vote was 901 but some senators who voted for it madeit clear they feel the bill i wi r Heavy Rains Saturate Sections Of Midwest firmed Mrs Clare Boothe Luces nomination as ambassador to Bra zil j Approval of the nomination cli maxed a long and bitter fight by Sen Wayne Morse D Ore against the appointment of the 56 yearold playwright former con congressional cnieis naa wnsmiNuiuiN i their regular weekly meeting withate by a topheavy vote today con L3DOP Eisenhower ifirmed Mrs Clare Boothe Luces See 4 Col 3 nomination as ambassador to ArlmiTC Governor BalksAtTallc WASHINGTON POPLARVILLE Miss j gresswoman and former ambassa510ner Ewan Cla8ue was today as admitting his Bureau of iodf rey Enters lospitallnNYC dor to Italy Morse in a final appeal urged Labor Statistics made an fellow Democrats to oppose her metical error in its recent At AltOOHQ TOI unjij on account of a 1944 campaign on steel productivity Rep Stephen McCann Whldl This C0nvicts us of WASHINGTON floor leader who 8Negro chareed witlvCharged that Franklin Clague said in an interAirlines announced today temp the plan in a House speech said rapmg a pregnant white woman j hed us mto war view with the Washini By The Associated Press Pounding in years in some down on saturated sections of the Midwest Monday night and today Moline was deluged by inches of rain the larg est 24hour amount there since October 1954 Paw Paw was doused by inches Dubuque Iowa Chicago More than an inch fell in Des Moines Indianapolis Kansas City Cleveland Columbus and Cincinnati Sixteen underpasses were flood ed in Chicago Thunderstorms high winds anc hail hit many areas during the Allegheny Halts Everett Saltonstall R I put up for a final House vote ha JEW YORK God Weclncsday Jy was in a hospital today to sons for Set ready for an operation sched1 lhe compromise proposal would be brok uled for Thursday i discuss his The S view with the Washington Post had the case will he declined to when ques The report had drawn sharp criticism from the United Steel isaid he visited Mrs Luces of f ice workers Union The steel industry when she was ambassador tohad been expected to make use orary suspension of scheduled air radio star was smiling but tense stores Monday as he entered the Hark i Italy and that he never had seenof it in its upcoming ambassadorial office run moretalks with the union efficiently service in Altoona from May 1 through May 15 A company spokesman said the ness Pavilion of Columbia Presby terian Medical Center Asked by newsmen if he was vorried over his chest tumor God frey replied Sure Im See To 4 Col 6 I The search for the eight or ten j men who dragged M C Parker from his cell at the Pearl River County Jail last Saturday went on agents directing the you be Masons Notice with FBI hunt Coleman has termed the case premeditated murder and says the the owners of Lous Fruit Marslate prosecute accordingly ket on Route 119 south of could bring execution of the contract I suspension is required for com jpletion of runway improvements Clague admitted the error after at the Martinsburg Airport serv Sen Jacob K Javits President David J McDpninS Altoona Bedford Huntingdon same point remarkingaid asked the federal Tyrone Pa service in Rome was to correct it The commissioner Allegheny plans to resume a said one of his economists made full schedule of eight daily flights most Despite Morses bitter opposithe error by assigning an inv at Altoona May suspension tion the outcome had appearedproper weight to manhours in the has been approved by the Civil assured in advance i stainless steel industry Aeronautics Board night But the Weather Bureau report ed that the threat of tornadoes apparently was ended is HaHe5k said he plansto try to write theHousij version proJ visions to deal ith what termed blackmail extortionate picketing He added he also wants to close loopholes in the secondary boycott situation In a question Hal leck said he expects to have Ei senhowers support for his pro posals dealing with picketing and boycotts Asked whether the President agrees with him that the Senate bill is grossly inadequate Halleck replied he didnt want to put words jn Eisenhowers But he added that a fair ap praisal of Eisenhowers position is that something better than the Senate measure is needed Legislation Sought To Aid Coal clouds were sighted Monday night in Missouri and Arkansas Hail caused some crop damage near Sesser and Ellis Grove in southern Illinois Lightning knocked out power temporarily in several of Chicagos northern sub urbs The St Louis Weather Bureau issued two alerts that tornadoes WASHINGTON AP Leaders of the coal industry have asked Funnel for legislation that they said would Members of Benjamin Franklin refused to sell their roperty guilty odge NO 753 F A andj businesg for a top price ofi FBI agents stick to of 00 offered at ucL today not revealing progress and devel tj b far opments in an investigation Little 00 oclock this evening for serv e ouyeis nom ab wi ces for our late Brother Lee as Pittsburgh were reportcoul Jremer late a member of Johnedly on hand for the auction BiluneaHome meet at the Bell Funeial Home Brasheard Lodge No 743 of afternoon ormont i Elder R Lydic W Dancing Fri nite Rocky Glenn Djnsmore Sec 21Gx Hotel Inside The Gazette The young white mother that Parker was accused of raping said she thinks his kidnaping was ter j Id prefer he had a she said The victim scoffed at the idea that Parker was abducted to spare her humiliation of being cross PETER EDSON Peter ISdson says today that tiny industrys demands could jolt the tariff system See his column on page 6 TOPS CITY PUCKP1N turn Wagner topped the City Duckpin Bowling League This other sports on pages U and 15 Other Features For More Invasion Panama Charges Hired Fighters Mass In Cuba 10 damage was reported A twister passed over Clinton and strong winds causeo minor damage and injured one woman The funnel cloud did not touch ground Winds up to 85 pounded Sikeston in southeast Missouri damaging an estimated 200 roofs smashed windows and uprotted trees Fallen trees and debris blocked Highway 61 through See 4 Col 1 to contact the invaders The AfGQ LQclv charge 4affaires and the1 T Jr charged Monday night that hired the invaders had occupied and Panamanian government appealed RpMPT Count fighters are massing in Cuba for sacked the town of Nombre de by airdropped leaflets ixvuvi n By LUIS NOLI the Panamanian commander try PANAMA AP Bazan said the main body of Cuban charge 4affaires and the attorney 1 wouldnt have she said 1 would have gone right through with I throw President Guardia examined by a Negro defensemore invaslpn attempts to overDios Monday after an advance of Acting Cuban Prime Minister ithrmv Ernesto de la 35 miles along the coast He gaveiAugusto Martinez Sanchez said in no details of damage to the town Havana that any Cuban violating Minister of Government Jose D or its people but said Nationalhis governments proclaimed pol Bazan told the National Assembly Guard troops were patrolling off icy of nonintervention in the af iwo or more invasion boatthe coast of the area Pope OKs Meat Friday May 1 Failure to report her income properly while receiving public as sistance has caused Mrs Marie Biuerbaugh Indiana RD 4 to be held today for court action It is reported the Brush Valley fi y and 5trong iiio mimn o rtaa put coal on a par with competing fuels Their plea was heard by 160 con gressmen Monday night at a din ner hosted by the new National Coal Policy Conference The Un ited Mine Workers coal compan ies coalusing utilities and coal hauling railroads make up the con ference John L Lewis president of the UMW said Congress should set up a national fuels policy a set of rules would enhance coals position in the market George H Love chairman of the conference recomm ended that Congress first study the whole fuels problem listening to repre sentatives of the coal gas oil and atomic industries This would lead to the proper policy for the bal anced use of these fuels from a broad public point of he added Having found that proper pol Love continued let us then implement it by the law if necessary so that the recommen dations may be carried out this Howard E Simpson president of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad said the main issue involves jther the country should have a steady dependable and liable system of rail transpcrta VATICAN CITY AP Pope manian revolutionists Hli Roman Catholics this Friday the holiday fairs of other countries would be loads are being prepared in Cuba Nombre de Dios is a town of brought before Cubas militaryarea woman was given a hearing to bring to about 400 the number about a railhead and once courts j before Justice of the Peace A M t of Cubans attempting to invade the port of entry for Spaniards One brief skirmish was reported Cox and released on bond j business interests of The government claims coining to the colony It is 20 between National Guardsmen in According to the report industTV or of the railroad the Cubans are hired by Panamiles norrtheast of Colon the two landing barges and the invaiButerbaugh received consumers of coftl Caribbean terminus of the Pansion force on lhe beach The legally through the public assisti reailv not H A Crt r rnA i WW IpMVir JOJin XXJJJ has signed fta order Bazan indicated his information Canal and 50 miles north of eminent said casualties were iniance program since 1952 flicted onthe Cubans but that none She apparently was working oudy mild ftiffc Wte to 50 Wedaf eat about more invaders came from the capital captured members of the Both the Panamanian and Cuof the Guard was hit other people while receiving allot first landing group 82 Cubansban governments were trying to An emergency meeting of the ments from the state assistance issue The dispensation made public and 4 Panamanians who landed on get the invaders to surrender with 21 members of the Organization program and than not reporting Homer City Legion nwty was fomulited by Vatia deserted beach on Panamas out a fight Two officers from of American States was called toall of her income 60 midgets EftHy BirdT i rf east coast Saturday Three were Fidel Castros Cuban army grday in Washington to consider it the vwioiw bishops diowned ia the landing including rived early today from Havana toi See 4 Col I Store HO 232X1 Elks 74 Party Wad   

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