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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Ail Indiana Cwmt Thai Every Member of the Family TEDDY rmttd ii tot happier when learn to make the best of ftl Tuesday May US Court Eliminates A SOCIAL bends close for a word Sir Winston yesterday in the back seat of the Presidential limousineas they leave National Airport aftertKe statemans arrival Sir Winston arrived inthe capital vm the Presidents Rersonalplane for a threeday visit as chief executives White House AP Wirephoto i f Sentimental Trip F6r Winnie To US Integrate Old Ruling RICHMOND Va AP The U S 4th Circuit Court of Appeals today threw out the sevenyear school inte gration moratorium in Prince Edward County It ordered the to consider the admission of qualified Ne groes to white schools in September The decision set aside U S ine decision set aside U S WASHINGTON AP A sentimental journey has Dist Judge Hutche broughl Sir Winston Churchill to Washington onceagainJspns order giving tn GOO Crttiin WITF J 1 A A u i T v4kAAAllC to see someof my comrades of wartime i it J iiijf ui Wai lime QayS waiu until xatlu IO luO Sir Winston now 84 stepped slowly and carefully from ward classroom mixing Tin 1 riM t i T WAIL11V it President Eisenhowers personal plane Monday as Eisen hower and a crowd of about 500 persons welcomed him at Washingtons National Airport But his voice was clear and vigorous The Churchill was there too Nit was there too I always love coming to Amer Wca but 1 shall not who are trading1 days do everything 1s ref marked Eisenhower grinned the crowd laughed at thisapparent reference to another wartime fig lye Lord Montgomery retired British field marshal criticized American leadership in a v sion program just before a recent jKrip to Moscow for conferences with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Churchills last visit to this country was in June 1954 when as prime minister he came for a series of official conferences with Ejsenhower This visitis described basis f Gov who rece Operation NEW YORK AP Polly Ber gen 28 was operated on for preg nancy complications Monday and is permanently but of her starring role in First Impres The actress lost twins in a simi lar operation two years ago She was pronounced in satisfac tory condition at Mt Sinai Hos pital in which a tupal pregnancy was terminated The condition for which she was operated on was purelypersonal He will be a W guest at the White House for three as a misplaced preg nights spend another night at the ts month ritish embassy and go to New fiA noting for several xdavs before the tvPe 9f operation is not for several before re to British Embassy officials said Sir Winstons remarks ajt the ajr See Page 2 Cot 4 Company To LeoveTown A roofing company from Cum berland County operating in In Borough was asked to leave the community today by Burgess Recover Body Of Neqrb LynchVictim La AP Two peace officers dragged the body of Mack Charles Parker the lynch victim from and to plan for elementary school Borough The Burgess said he received a complaint today from a local resi ent concerning the manner Mn tjjjjlhich the representatives of the Harold K Longo Co were oper ating Si Investigation revealed that the four men with the roofing com pany were operating in the borough and Mr Marbach said thecon tract offered gave local residents no real protection It is reported the roofing com pany from Enola began its operations here this morning TSurgess Marbach expressed ap preciation for the cooperatioif on the part of the locaj residents who inquired aBout the outoftown op erators He said that cooperation like this will enable the police de partment to keep some of the racketeers put of town The Burgess went on to explain that our community has several roofing companies that have been long established who are not pro wcted when outside companies are allowed to operate here Your Dairy Queen Store is run ning chocolate Tues and Wed of this week 223xD infrequent said the outlook is very the Deeding waters of the Peari River near Bogalusa Monday FBI ward until 1956 to move to The Appeals Court sent the case back to Hutcheson with directions to issue an order forbidding the school authorities to takeanyac tion enrollment or education of Negro children steered the state a policy of massive resist ance 2o integration to one de signedto contain or minimize it commented This may well point up the justification for the timely action of the special session of the General Most imrnediately the decision affects high school applicants whose predecessors brought the original schooljdesegregation case in 1951 That case was one of the five the SUpreme Court de cided in its May 1954 decision outlawing segregation in the pub lic schools The courts action does not mean that qualified Negroes will be automatically admitted to the high school in September More likely it means another round in the continuing litigation between state and local authorities and counsel for the National Assn for the Advancement of Colored Peo Almond said the high courts assertion that district courts were to assess and enlarge on the prin ciples laid down was nothing more than idle verbiage andwas never intended to have any ma terial meaning The Appeals Court order re quired that the school board to prepare for September admission of Negro high school applicants desegregation at the earliest prac tical dates bleached body gruesomediscovery by ao FBIagent a Mississippi high way patrolman pinned down the of the 23yearold Negro charged with the rape of a preg nant white woman It didnt lead officers any cjoser tha hooded mob that kidnaped Parker from his jail cell in Poplarvilleon April 25 two days before histrial was sched uled to start See 2 Col 2 approximately 30 years Acomplete obituary appears in todays Gazette Homer City Legion party tinite 55 over 200 Early bird WAR BONUS BILL David L Lawrence points to his signature which he has just af fixed to the Korean War Bonus bill The bill entitles yteterans of the Korean War betweta June V25 1950 to July 27 1953 to re Steel Pact Talks Get Underway By NORMAN WALKER NEW YORK industry labor negotiations formally today with only two months to go before a Scheduled July 1 strike Negotiating teams from U S Steel Corp and ed Steelworkers Union sat down together in the Roose velt Hotel Talks also were v due to start there today with KOREAN Bethlehem Republic and Gov Kaiser steel companies Eight other sets of talks begin Wednesday and Thursday with ft ahd tfeftu nor Presi mohjEh stateside witfca maximum union hadl any The Governor also sign 0d a bill adding another penny tax on cigarettes Korean bonus bill Inks Measure ToGet HARRISBURG vaniansv who votedifora 150mil JVar bonus in 1957 will foon have to start pay ing increased cigarettetaxes to finance Gov Lawrence sigojpd into law last night a bipartisanplan hiking the cigarette tax to six cents effective June 1 The 25 million dollars in added biennial revenue frbrr the levy is expected to pay off in 12 years the cost of the bonus The governor iilso signed a com panion measure completing the groundwork to borrow up to 150 million dollars to obtain the cash to pay a bonus of upto each for some Pennsylvania vet erans of the Korean conflict The new law carries out the will of the voters who bverwhcimngty agreed m the November 1957 elec tion to the bond issue Adj Gen A J Drexel said it would take about aix month before bonus checks actually start CLARKSBURG Rev Walter to flow That time is needed to Earl Aber 12 pastor of the Pensell the bonds and process wJiat tecostal Holiness Church of Exis expected to be a huge influx port died unexpectedly Monday of bonus applications afternoon in his Clarksburg The Legislature must still com plete action on a appro He had been in the ministry for priation to set up the machinery for handling the applications The tax increase also f liside The Gazette COUNTY TRACK MEET ine county fracksters will be seeking new records in the In diana County Track Meet Thursday night at Blaiisville See page 14 POINT OF William Ingersgll makes observations today on a variety of topics his cplumn op editorial page 6 Lamp Mirror Other Feafwres Sons of Union Veterans Aux meet tonight RobinsonLytles for services for Mrs Ida Berkeypile 232 EdUorial Notes Society in s other toP industry firms Present contracts expire June 30 Neither Conrad Cooper chief McttonWd of the The industry is standing firm against any new concessions to the union warning they would be inflationary Onthe other hand the union is demanding a bigger share ofindustry profits includ ing a wage boost shorter hours pension and other improvements The part of the nego tiations found nearly 100 unioji negotiators pitted across a long bargaining tablewith nearly as many Steel representatives Both sides have expressed hope the strike can be avoided and pledged to work toward that end McDonald was optimistic over the chances for unidn gains even before the talks began He has pledged that the workersin basic steel already among the best paid in the nation averaging1 per hour will emerge with their best contract in history McDonald says steef prof its warrant worker gains without requiring any steel price increase The industry on the other hand is resisting any contract changes arguing that increased labor costs See DeadlinesPage 2 Col 2 Your Dairy Queen Store is run Falls 10 Stories Scratches Face NEW YORK Iff A 12year old girl plunged 10 stories from a Harlem apartment Monday night and suffered only face scratches Florinia Williams told police she had been scolding her daugh ter Hcrschelle who was in an other room When the girl became sudden ly silent Mrs Williams walked into the room found an open window and looking nvn saw Herscfielle on the ground below The girl a Negro landed in a landscaped area An ambu lance doctor could find no in juries beyond the face scratches To Avoid More US Inflation WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower today called on steel contract nego tiators to show good sense and statesmanship lest they set off another inflationary surge He said the American people couldnt stand idly by and let themselves get hurt This suggestion that a new wageprice spiral could force government intervention came s a id at a news conference at which today that a low point will be Eisenhower also said reached if personal antagon isms defeat the nomination of Lewis Strausfe as secretary of Strauss Integrity Highest t WASHINGTON AP commerce Eisenhower told his news conference that he regards Strauss former chainnan of the Atomic Energy Commis sion as a valuable public servant who has the utmost integrity Strauss appointment has been wider attack by some Democratic senators Sen Clinton P Anderson PNM accused Strauss of using unqualified falsehoods in defending his actions as head of the AEC v Strauss said he would withhold Anderson com testimony before the Senate Commerce Committee now considering the Cabinet nomina tion A reporter noted that Clare Horse Racing Bill Voted Onto Floor HARRISBURG horse racing referendum bljl1 was yotqd out pf the House Law and IGortjmittee today for actionvon the Charles J Mills D said contro veisial measure should be in po sition for a final vote next Mon He said he had been assured Boothe Luce had resigned as am by thesponsor ofthe Rep H J Maxwell DWestmpreland that therewere sufficient votes available for passage Unless there are too many ab sences weoughf to have around m or 110 votes Mills added In the House 106 votes are re quired for passage The Demo has exactly votes on hand so they may need Republican help to pass the meas ure The bill was sent to the Law and Order Committee April 7 when it appeared certain to be de feated on the floor An amendment x tacked on by bassador to Brazil after her nom ination was corifirmeid by the Senate giving as one of her reasons the antagonisms aroused in Senate debate over the appoint ment The reporter asked Eisen hower if he believes Strauss should follow the same course Eisenhower replied with some heat that he has said again and again how highly he values Strauss services If the point has been reached where a man can be denied a job because of personal antagonism against him then we have got to a low point Eisenhower said Anderson as chairman of the SenateHouse Atomic Energy Com the committee provides that the mittee had frequent clashes with referendum be held at the nextStrauss wlien Strauss was chair election after passage man of the Atomic Energy Corn ning chocolate Tues and Wed j lots printed in time for the May of this week primary That means if the Legislature i mission It was partly because of approves the question could not this congressional enmity that be put before the people until the November election at the earljest It already is too late to have bal President Eisenhower reportedly decided not to name Strauss to an other term as AEC chairman Strauss nomination as secre See 2 Col 8 it To I Ith Consecutive R P Board Reelects Potter As President contains a provision keepfog alive WuJt t0day was another two years the fifth cent ieelef ed tQ eleventh consecu of the levy The fifth cent was term a President of the Ro o e evy e cent was u added in 1955 on a temporary baschester and Pittsburgh Coal Com t i c DcinV WEATHEft Fair andmUd tynighl Low 43 to 52 Wednesday partly cloudy is to finance flood relief after Hur ricane Diane Four cents of the tax in on a permanent basis Police Warn Dog Owners Unless dog owners keep their dogs from running at large in Indiana Borough the local police1 rhe seven directors renamed al department will have to take more the stockholders meeting are drastic action Chief Harry Owens Indiana C E said today Crafts Greenport Long Island The local police have been Iselin New York ceiving numerous complaints of Cltv Iselin New York dogs running loose and destroyClly Peter Iselin New York City ing property Chief Owens said Denver situation js even worse at night Dr Potter Borough Police have been in At an organization meeting imj structe4 to crack down on the dogs mediately following the sharehold1 that are running loose Police are ers session the following pany Dr Potter renamed at the annual meeting of the board of directors the Indiana headquar ters of the coal producing firm All other officers of the firm were also reelected i The board was reelected prior to its meeting session of the shareholders of the company j The seven directors renamed atj ident and general counsel Peter Iselin secretary and assistant treasurer and Walter E Scholes treasurer Also the following officers all from Indiana were reappointed for the ensuing year Robert S Carson executive as sistant to the president A B McElvany traffic assistant to the secretary Edgar M Cheely as sistant to the president D R Pickard controllerJ S Mitchell DR CHARLES J POTTER reelected R P president 1 A summit conference will be a foregone conclusion if the for eign ministers conference begin ning next week opens the way to easing EastrWest tensions 2 He regards Lewis Strauss as a valuable public servant of the utmost integrity and feels a low point will be reached if personal antagonisms by senators defeat Strauss nomination to be secre tary of commerce In speaking of a possible sum mit conference Eisenhower said once again ttyit Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev the onl man who can deal a for the Eisenhower waV asked vhpw muqh progress theje to be at the Geneva forejgim ters conference beginnin to justify a later meetin summit The President said that wasnt in a position to give a specific but hope for some progress at Geneva Any development there whipli gives enlarged hope for decrfeas ing EastWest tensions wqtok mean Eisenhower said that a later summit session was a fore gone conclusion v The conference brought these comments from Eisenhower on other matters In the long run the United States cant stand idly by and do npthing about aiiy npw wageprice spiral which mighl stem from the industrys tions with its workers Eisenhower said anew that he deplores the idea of any govern ment intervention or move to con trol wages and prices as contrajy to the American system See Page 2 Col 3 Pittsburgh Killer Dies In Chair1 BELLEFONTE Pa AP Cleveland Thompson limp from fear and the of a lone unsuccessful legal battle to save nw life was executed in Pennsyl vanias electric chair Monday night for a 1949 Pittsburgh slay Two guards half dragged the 36 yearold convicted murderer into the death chamber He slumped over and closed his eyes after they Placed him in the chair See PittsburghPage 2 Col 4 Merlo HARRISBURG State Liquor Control Board today sus pended these licenses forthe rea sons it cited Effective May 26 Torretti Sykesville 10 days sales on cred it assistant controller L Blaine John Merlo Grube assistant controller R City 10 days sales oa Craig general manager operacredit Effective May 20 Brothers Co tions W J Shields chief mining engineer J J Snure manager of production Ralph M Hunter manjlnc DuBois 10 days sales oa ager electrical and mechanical credit failed and neglected to department keep complete and truthful rec F P Calhoun manager of ords preparation L W jager of supplies Proctor man R R Tyree manager of stripping J J Quijm Citizen School Group will hold a meeting at Rustic Lodge May 7 at 8 p m instead Firtchman Jadiana vice presDistant secretary Klks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed tlj   

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