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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                1 TEDDY An Its funny how ft deliberate te travels It Itttid County That Every Member of the Family Sixteen Pages I o Technical U S Postpones 2 Space Probes For Venus APFor the time being the United postponed three important space shots two Engineering difficulties in both the payload and boost vehicle system was the only Friday for the delay by Aeronautics and Space Administra tion The probes at cloudshrouded Venus had been set for June Now they 11 have at least 18 months because the planet swings away from earth and wont be in a eood position again until midJanuary 1961 One of the Venljs probes was intended to go nearHhe planet and on past it The other was to be an attempt to put anvearthling moon in orbit around the sister planet no natural moons of its own V The7 high satellite experiment was to try to put a moorilet into a very long flat orbit At its high point it would have been rtiles awayfrom earth but would have swung back to within 250 Not Enough For Babies BEDFORD Pa blood specialist from New York assert ed today that milk is not as good babies as it is thought to be Dr Edward H Reisner in a prepared speech to members of the Pennsylvania Academy of General Practice said that milk is very low in iron so much need ed by a baby Dr Reisner pointed out that milk is the major constituent of the diet of a baby in its first half year of life He said that rapid rowth often results in a deficien y of this iron Surrender Confab without miles of earth on each This shot was set for April and alreadyhad been postponed at least twice NASA said the highsatellite tested the instruments plated to go on the Venus probes These 1J about things niiles into space in the general direction of NASA said There have been published re wpuld collect cosmic rays on journeys information and other millions of T w MMU44O1JCU 1C He suggested feeding the babyityorts that the Soviets may try a ith moat shot at Venusthis summer C OnandOn Drops Frorn Derby Field LOUISVILLE Ky AP The field for the 85th the KentuckyDerby was reduced to 17 when trainer Jim my Jones announced he did not plan to start the Calumet Farms OnandOn Jones made his announcement shortly after sending the Calumet Farms colt a quarter of a mile It is a tough decision to make but J feel that he is not up to NEW YORK Godthe type of race needed to win with meat juices eggs and vege tables to give it a better supply of iron If doesnt help he sug iron by injection In another prepared speech at the llth annual Scientific Assem bly of the group Dr Edward Press of New York director of the Field Services of the Ameri jan Public Health discussed ie success of Poison Control Cen ters throughout America See 2 Col 6 Godfreys Condition Excellent TAtKS TO NEWSMEN Mrs ClareBoothe Luce talks to news she leaves the State De partment yesterday after resign ing a Ambassador to Brazil Her resignation was announced after she conferred more than an hour with President Eisenhower at the WhitejHouse t No Sen ate Censure Of Morse Seen WASHINGTON pos sibility appeared remote today of any Senate censure of Sen Wayne Morse DOre for his actionsin the controversy that led Clare Boothe Luce to quitas ambassa dor to Republican Indicate privately they want no part of a proposal by Sen Homer Capehart GETTYSBURG Par AP of State Christian A Herter flew back today from Western strategy talks in Paris and promptly report ed to President Eisenhower He arrived at the Eiseni bower rfarrnHome the President is spending the week end about 2 hours after flying into Washington from Paris v Herter came here from Waste ington by helicopter and landed in a pasture only a few yards from the Presidents He went into the house immjjj diately to report to Eisenhower on t theWestern foreign ministers plans for negotiations with the Soviet Union at Geneva Switzer land on German problems i On his arrival in Herter said the Paris talks with foreign ministers of Britain France and West Germany had been very successful in deter mining the Western position for theGeneva negotiations starting May 11 Both in spirit and in sub he said we reached complete agreement on a highly important Westernposition r Thisshould assistnis greatly in Progress iftthe frey was reported in excellent condition this morning at the Co lombia Presbyterian Medical Cen ter where he is recovering from an operation for lung cancer A bulletin issued by the hospital al 7 said Godfreys condition continues to be add ing that he Had spent a com fortable Godfrey was 9ut of bed twice Friday afternoon the he said Ill run him today in another event at six fur longs I plan to officially scratch him sometime before OnandOn had been Calumets hope for its eighth Derby triumph and its third consecutive victory Tim Tarn won last year and Iron Liege in 1957 Jones decision left a finely tuned field of 15 colts 1 gelding and a filly in a tradidionsmash is The 55yearold radio and tele ine move for the turf classic vision star was described in a starting at EST Nation medical bulletin lateFridayas in I wide telecast and broadcast generally excellent condition with pulse and blood pressure perfect ly Godfrey received a few Visitors Including his wife Mary his sec lawyer and family retary ihysician In the fivehour operation Thurs day surgeons removed part of Godfreys left lung When he got the news that he had cancer he made no special comment But he did ask Did you get it all Yes we think we the reply was f 1 1O scheduled for CBS Seventeen of the finest 3year olds were expected to break from the barrier at EST for the 14mile run Calumet Farms trainer Jimmy the Senate officially Morse for inquiring of Mrs Luces physician whethershe had received psychiatric treat ment Influential Democrats laughed off the Capehart suggestions as just another stanza in the running feud between the Indiana Repub lican and the Oregon Democrat Morse said he would welcome a censure attempt by Capehart Ra dio station KGW at Portland reported Morse said in a telephone call This is an old forensic trick for Homer Hes perfectly free to offer such a resolution and Im perfectly willing to let the Senate be the jury which under the rules they would be I would welcome him trying it Capehart told a neVs conference Friday he believed Morse acted with the heigh of irrepponsibil ity in calling Dr Michael Rosen bluth of New to ask about treatments directed for his pa tient uauicr Jiiinny x Jones said this morning Onand Morse has contended he sought to reach Dr Rosenbluths rather in the belief that the elder doctor On would be scratched from the original field of 18 With 17 starters the has lonfier Mrs Luces a gross value of with got the doctor net of to the winner theW lnfqrmed nim father had second richest in history Each scratch reduces the figures bv the I ine Dance tonite Club Savoy Music by Melodaires 220x starting fee of Soviet Union demonstrates an est desire to Herter was asked whether the complete agreement he report ed at Paris had been reached be cause the Western foreign minis See On 2 j Col 2 Two Dojlars Plus Confab Equals Refusing to respond to two park ing violation tickets in Indiana Borough and an attempt to con verse with a friend last night in jail proved costly for a Beyer resi dent according to Indiana Borough Police Jesse Taccone 20 Beyer failed to respond to two parking viola tion tickets from the borough forc ing the local police department to serve notice on him Last night Taccone made the mistake of trying to talk to one of his buddies confined to the Indiana County Jail by yelling through the jail window Patrolman Charles R McAdoo witnessed the attempted con versation and assisted Taccone in completing it by confining him to the jail The Beyer man posted a forfeit od pending a hearing Moral Pay your two dollar park ing violation fines on time V by J McDonald president of the United Steelworkers of Amer YAhTPiSw171membe wage policy committee yesterday in New York He is Abel left of the union of Pittsburgh and Howard nf McDonald By Steel Expansion By JOHN MOODY AP Business Writer The steel industrys continuing expansion program this week reached into a Pennsylvania mill 1 j i To Create Indiana County Unit HoldCountyW Charter MeetingMonday Night rM i lit f Community leaders from throughout Indiana County have been invited to a Charter Meeting Assembly Moaday May 11 for the purpose of creating an Indiana County United Fund The meeting js called for at Rustic Lodge of Blairsville Homer City Indiana Plumville Saltsburg as well as other com munities throughout the county have been asked to attend the meeting Persons responsible for calling the session include Community Ad vising Committee Chairiwen P a t Hallow Homer gity R C Hum Saltsburg Arthur Anderson Dis trict 2 UMWA and Lee E Hpc ver District 5 UMWA Speaker for the meeting will be Dr Ralph W Huntsman vice president ofthe Jeanhette United Fund Dr Huntsman has served in the First Methodist Church in Jean nette for the past six years In addition he was chairman of the Jeannette United Fund in 1956 and cochairman in 1957 1958 and 1959 The speaker also served 09 minister in Rural Somer1 i oat t phrey Blairsvjlte Uughlin Chester Me J F McMji Indiana Stewart Robinsoa set McKeesporf and Johnstown previous his charge A request for United Funds organization has come from many areas of the county in order to eliminate separate drives for lunds by many agencies DR RALPH W HUNTSMAN United Fund speaker near New Alexandria were order ed to make restitution of they received illegally from the state department during March and April of 1957 In appearing before Justice of f i the Peace A M Cox the duo were According to officials the Unitordered tc pay a fine of one dollar ed Fund in Indiana County would makin8 restitution funds Among the groups ing a willingness to cooperate with the United Fund are the Amerk can Red Cross Association for the Blind Boy Scouts Girl Scouts PHiiAnprDuiA Salvation Army Indiana Hospital H Pennsylvania United Fund Unit f recalled ed service Inflation Tale NEW YORK AP Steelwork ers President David J McDonald contends that the steel industrys claim that a wage increase would cause more inflation is a Madi son avenue uiiivr a J CiJUiayiVciJllci Madjson avenue is Manhattans miU town that only a few short years ago feared it would be nrtiHrtnni left without any steelmaking facilities Residents of Ellwood City received U S Steel Corpus latest announcement with much enthusiasm It was a dif ferent story in 1946 when there was much talk the Ellwood City plant was to be closed The big steel firm said this week it is going to nearly double the present stainless steel tubing ca pacity at its National Tube Divi sion plantin Ellwood City Con struction is to begin immediately The enlargement undoubtedly will mean jobs for the communitys nearly resi dents In addition it will hiean a good deal of spending in the com munity while construction is under way See 2 Col 1 State Jobless Claims Drop HARRISBURG AP Penn sylvanias unemployment compen sation claims last week dropped below those filed during the pre ceding week the Labor and In dustry Department reported Fri day Continued and new claims drop ped to for the week ended April 24 This compared with a to tal of recorded the preced ing week William L Batt labor and industry secretary attributed the decline to recalls in construction traditional domain of major ad vertising and publicity firms McDonald made his remark Fri day at the conclusion of two days of meetings by Steelworkers unions WagePolicy Committee preparatory to start o negotiations next Tuesday with 12 major steel concerns The industry argument against a pay said was a trick designed by theNational Assn of Manufacturers the Cham ber of Commerce and the Ameri can Iron and Steel Their aim he added is to di vert attention away from the real problems of unemployment and undererhployment The policy committee has ap iroved demands for a jSubstan ial wageraise plus fringe bene rits The present threeyear con tractexpires June 30 Steel wages average an hour and prices are about a ton now Sentence Pair For Violation Two persons today were given a hearing regarding money they re ceived illegally from the Pennsyl vania Department of Public Pa pghway 0 iring Policy QuizAslced HARRIS BURG AP Francis Worley thinks the Legislature should look into the State Highways Departments hiring policies before approving the agencys spending requests for 195961 sistance It is reported William Mardis Worley claimed Friday that he bad by an unnamed Democratic highway the agencys payroll n Adams County has jumped from 64 to 80 since be gan running the state government n 1955 If this is true all around the said Worley Im going o ask whether drastic cuts arent n order in highway appropria He said the increase has raised the hourly cost of highway labor in Adams County from 40 to Secretary Park H Martin said iTiiuaiii inaiuia ocviciaiy n iviarun saifl and Isabelle Voorhies formerly of his department has hired no new Homer City RD 1 and now livingworkers since Gov Lawrence glass primary metals and electri nounced his austerity program to metals cut state spendine to the bone jcal machinery plants Asked about in Greek Easter Dance Sun mie Adams County work force Marfrom 7 to Slovak Club Clvmer f i n va I tiA I I J tin replied By LUIS NOLI PANAMA AP Cuban invaders of Panama who sur rendered without firing a shot arrived in the capital as cap tives during the night in eight heavily guarded buses Informed sources said Fidel Castros Cuban Embassy may seek leniency for the small band who threw themselves on the mercy of the Pana manian courts in laying down their arms Hundreds of curious Panaman ians silently watched the 87 pris oners a woman marched into jail They win be questioned before the government decides what to do with them A source with official connec tions reported antigovernment forces operating near the Carib bean coastal town of Nombre de Dios where the main group of the Cuban invaders gave up National Guardsmen reported rounding up five invaders who fled into the hills before the surrender was signed A patrol skirmished later with rebels near the coastal village of Garrote between Nom bre de Dios and Portobelo Shots fired without apparent cas ualties The strength of the rebels was not determined First reports did not indicate wttether they were Panamanians who have been wag ing hitandrun attacks against the government for weeks or new for eign Cubanbased expedition was believed however The bedraggled band of revolu tionists saidthey came to Panama ons being told the countrywas ruled by a we were Panama by planes patrolling the on the alert against the danger of more invasions Justice Minister J D Bazan said the government was still on the lookout for two more invasion ships which reportedly left a Cu ban port But he said they mayN have turned back in view of the failure of the first The surrender of the party that landed in Panama last weekend was carried out under the eyes of a factfinding team of the 21 nation Organization of American States Fernando tobo Brazilian diplo mat who headed the OAS peace mission said he was checking into the possibility of a new invasion and so far found it to be rumors just If nothing comes of he said our mission is The Panama government said 87 invaders were captured They are being brought to the capital after laying down their arms in Nombre de Dios the small town on the Caribbean coast they seized after landing Three of the rev olutionists reportedly fled into the jungle rather than give up Lobo skid the captives must face Panamanian courts and ex See 2 Col 1 t Photo Studio Closed Here The Roberts Studio of Anderson Indiana operating a photographic studio in a local hotel yesterday X I Recall Workers Health and the The May 11 meeting will pro vide an opportunity for additional community leaders to know more about the United Fund and at the further expansion of a freight car The line re 8 men at the same shops Inside The Gazette CAPITAL NEWS Jerry Bennett takes you back of the big new See his lighter side of the news on page 6 in Washington COUNTY TRACK Blairsville wijl host the Indiana County Track Meet next week See details on sports pages 10 and 11 Other Features 13 IMS JJdlivrial UuspiUI of county residents toward the Unit Fond program r County on Crumwordt H it i j 15 7 i Teeu It Sat WEATHCK FQUECASIV Partly cloudy and mild tonight with a chance of scattered showers and thundeishowers High Sunday 75 tu B4 was forced to discontinue opera tions by local police for not having a permit Borough officials after receiving several inquiries concerning the 220xS i photographic studio ordered the operations to cease when it was learned that they had no borough permit to conduct business in In diana It is reported the studio was closed about yesterday In order to protect those person who had pictures taken yesterday borough officials will permit repre sentatives of the photo company to return next Friday to complete the business they started Before they may do this however the studio must secure the proper permit Dance Sat Homer Cify Legion The Rockets 912 20x Notice Eagles Danse Saturday May 2nd Musiq by Star Pust Quartette 220jf Store FursrCaU HO 55281 Dance tooite Sat   

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