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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 6, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                1 r1 V F TEDDY n Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member af the Family f i Among the that grow hi the garden vegetables flowers artd lumbago Volume No 223 Thifty4wo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday May 6 1 959 Two Sections EDITION 2 COUHTIANS DIE IN ARMAGH Convicted iflgf Racketeer Collected WASHINGTON AP Officials of a company which newspaper supple ments testified today they paid to a victed labor extortionist to assure labor peace over the last 14 yeals Tre officials of Neo Gra vure Printing Weehaw ken N said the money ivas paid to Harold In addition they Senate probers they paid asSalary to relatives of Gross they were forced to put on the firms payroll The company officials said they hired Gross a few weeks after he was released from prison in 1945 j bu were not aware of his crim inal record at the An investigator forthe commit tee George M Kopecki added at his inquiry showed that all Id Gross Cornelius N o o n a n president of a New York long shoremens union and relatives bfGross received The storyof to Gross was related to the1 commit three officials bf Neq Gra The firm prints Sunday including the Amer ican Weekly for the New York JournalAmerican the New York Iaily Mirror the New York Her dTribune anvd the Boston Her ald The officials who testified in a committee investigation of opera 1 tions of the Newspaper and Mail Deliverers Union of New York and Vicinity were Charles E Chelnicek vice president andgen eral manager William Hillbrant treasurer and Joseph J Gervase assistant manager testified that among other payments Gross received a year between 1952 and 1958 for arranging to keep deliveries of the American Weekly moving to the New York JournalAmerican The cost they said was charged to the American Weekly Twelve officials of the union called as initial witnesses at to days hearing refused to tell the immittee whether they had ac fepted payoffs from employers STRONG MAN OUT Jordans Premier Samir El Rafai above 60 has resigned his post in King Husseins troubled kingdom NEA Telephoto David J McDonald tmion presir dent also stressed in a Joint news AP Eddie conference with Cooper that the and considering any Taylor will marry in Las at piece a rTuesday ToddJr serving as best man Liz Eddie Set Wedding Next Tuesday HOLLYWOOD Fisher says he Steel Firms In Mutual Aid Study NEW YORK AP The chief negotiator for the steel industrysaid today the indus try is cpnsidering a mutual assistance plan to share pro fits if one or more companies are shut down by a strike in stead of the entire industry being struck R Conrad Cooper chief negotiator for U S Steel Corp and the steel industry newsmen steel produc ers are considering a mutual aid strike plan similar to one adopted last fall by major airlines when faced with rash of separate strikes Cooper emphasized that the in dustry right now is concentrating on reaching a new contract agree ment before present pacts expire Two county men were killed near Armagh when this car crashed into a truck early this morning Photo by Boro Changes Sewer Tap Request Procedure June 30 we 4 V Fisher said the two had planned I to reach an amicable agreement to marry the 14th I dont finish fiere until the the singer said in a phone call tlrom tne desert resort And of course we would never be mar ried onthe 13th So we had pfanrfed to get married the 14th But Michael cabled us that he has to be back ii Spain by the Todd Jr is son of ac tress late husband Mrs Howard Taylor who is married to Miss Taylors brother will stand yp for her sisterrinlaw The brother and his wife live La Jolla Calif in 1 ldbe f e Senate OKs Sunday Sales Penalty Hike HARRISBURG for Sunday retail sales of nonessentials has won Senate approval despite a lengthy debate which questioned the legality and purpose of the bill The Senate approved the bill 37 Tuesday after an hourlong de bate led by Republican and Dem ocratic senators who opposed the stronger penalties for the old Blue Laws The measure went to the for further action Sen Thomas A Ehrgood hLe anon called the measure back ward We have an obligator in the House and Senate to protect the rights of minorities those whose Sabbath is not on Ehr goodsaid of Sun day should not be forced by Leg Fisher said there wouldbe two a civil and rite The latter will be performed by Rabbi Max Nussbaum re cently converted Miss Taylor to Judaism the same faith as Fish er The actress said that both rites would be private with only the amilies and a few close friends present She added that there would be no press or photo cover age Fishers sixweek legal resi dence in Nevada will be up May 11 That is day to get a quickie Nevada decree from actress Debbie Reynolds who di orced him several months ago in Angeles right here in the Roosevelt Hotel before June The dozen negotiating Sessions are expected to boil down to in dustrywide talks represented by fourman teams from the union and industry William G Caples vice presi dent of Inland Steel whicli has its main producing facilities in the Chicago area proposed a one year freeze on present wages av eraging an hour Caples said the general good of all concerned would be served best if the status quo was main tained for a But similar ies have been rejected by steel proposals by other steel compan workers President David J Mc Donald Caples said ina statement steelworkers are envied by work See On 2 Col 2 The TinkerstoEverstoChance aspect has been added to the Iridiana BorpughWhite Township sewer situation Now its White Township residentto White Township supervisorstoIndiana Bordugh Council Thats the method npw needed for a township resident to seek borough permission tq tap into the borough sewer Indiana councilmeR lastijigh11 appro quiring that aiTseSvertSip i frM the ship be submitted to council by the supervisors Thus any township MacMart Opens Here A new interior decorating busi ness will hold its grand opening this evening and tomorrow The new business is MacMart Interior Decorators 100 South Seventh St Management of the store includes Bud McNaughton and Harold M Buchheit The store will feature new and modern interior decorating service and a display of fine furniture Raymond Cassel Died Yesterday Raymond Pop Cassel 70 years ofage passed away yester day in the Indiana Hospital Mr Cassel was employed by the Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Co jnining and land engineer for 40 years A i i i i kJbwviw o v uvu wvsui OC A complete obituary appears on openingFriday May 8th 7 2 a resolution Little Rock LITTLE ROCK Ark AP Red Chinese Assume Full BpySlaysSirl By Stabbing Her 48 Times NEW ORLEANS A boy killed girl by stabbing her 48 times and her girl companion Tuesday po lice said in a wooded areawhere 3rd Mans they tys fourth fatal traffic acci dent of 1959 early this morn ing brought deathto two 24 yearold Indiana County trien and seriously injured another young man according to the State Police from the Indiana substation The accident occurred at a m today a mile west of Armagh on Route 22 Killed were Cecil Fry Seward R and Einil Burda Armagh iListed in critical condi tion in Lee Hospital in Johns town is 22 of Armagh Hospital au thorities said he suffered a possible skull fracture lacer ation of the scalp and a pos sible fracture of the back v State Police report Fry was op erating a sports car easton Soute 22 with the two bfiier youths as passengers when his vehicle crossed over the center line and sideswiped a tractor trailer truck traveling in the opposite direction Thesports car struck front hubcap of the truck and then glanced off the saddle gas tank at the rear of the tractor It is reported the sports car came to rest in a wroded section about 50 feetfrom the highway One witness said the left front wheel of the sports car remained wedged in the leftdual wheels of the truck cab vehicle UttV estimated more after Police the any seeking admission to the boroughs sewer system must now submit his request directly to the super visors Prior to last nights action coun cil dealt directly with residents in the matter of sewep admissions Earlier this year council voted to refuse all township sewer tap re The Little Rock School Boards t quests because of the present three unyielding segregationists Tuesday disregarded a walkout by three moderate members and vot ed to fire 44 teachers in the citys integrationtroubled school sysl their Attorney Donald overloaded conditions of system Council also discussed a letter from thffi supervisors written by tem Twentysix of those whose con tracts would not be renewed are employed at the closed Central High School where a handful of Negroes attended under protec tion of federal troops in 195758 The Lamb Rus sell Matson aid Tucker left a board meeting called to consider teacher contracts afiresurface Miller which questioned council on its future plans concerning the sewer system and the construction of a filtration plant In other important matters council let two contracts for the resurfacing and paving of several borough Amiesite Corp Eve rett waskftwarded a contract to ter announcing they would vote to rehire all or none of the systems 800 teachers They said they would See 2 Col 6 Asking Bids The State Department of High ways today called for bids for high way resurfacing including a pro ject in Indiana County Bids will be received in Harris accessories carpets drapes wallpapers andlburgfon June 5 for the resurfac ng of about three and a half miles of Route 80 in Indiana Coun ty east from Clarksburg Work to be financed by the state will include resurfacing of ar received sections 15 streets at a cost of Moreau of Indiana no interference or China served tke today she holds full sover eigriiyover Tibet and will tolerate by any foreign by United Na Peiping radio accused India of trying to prevent China from exer cising full sovereignty in the re volttorn religious state The statement was prepared by the official Peoples Daily and broadcast by Peiping radio Although not abusive in tone it was a firm reply to Indian Prime Minister Nehrus recent statement in Parliament that he thinks the forty told portce in a Tibetan revolt can only be settled pened by giving the area autonomy VV V t Herty signed statement he was helping the girls pick berries when they tried to rob him Police quoted him as saying he tpok the knife from oneof the girls and stabbed them with it All three were white The wounded child when Her ty wearing a bloodsplattered T shirt was brought before her at the hospital said Thatshim All 1 want to know is why he did Herty about 5r9 and 170 pounds appeared exceptionally calm Jiidy refused to answer the pleas of her mother Juanita Guil lot Struber to tell her what hap Peiping still refrained from lev eling a personal attack on the 23 yearold Dalai Lama But it as sertedthat the former ruling class in Tibet would not hesitate to kill the selfexiled ruler their purposes if it suited Mother I dont want to discuss it 1 just dont want to discuss it with not even you Its too Herty was turned over to juven ile authorities to be held for de linquency by reason of murder and Attempted A friend of the boys family de Water pressure to be reduced in scribfd him as an honor student According to the report death came instantly to Fry and Burda Fry wastaken to the Gray Fun eral Home in Seward It is repbrt ed Burdas body was removed to Johnstown of tomorrow morning from 9 contract to pave three lnBtallatUm of new iine streets at a cost of See 2 Col 1 223xC and a Boy Scout Store HO 55281 this week Your Dairy Queen Store is run ning chocolate Tues and Wed Sample Run Grass Fire About Out CLYMER Firefighting crews this afternoon brought a grass fire under control just west of Sample Run The blaze of undetermined ori gin swept across a hillside tween here and Morrisdale Min ing mine leveling about pine trees District Forest Rangers were called in to direct the fireFighting operations Clymer firemen were joined by senior boys of Clymer High School in their battle against the blaze About 75 volunteers participated in the operation Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed tfx Hours for the clude 6 to 10 tonight and 9 to 9 tomorrow Steeles Miniature Golf Course s Miniature Golf Course opening Friday May 8th 7 225x Eagles oite Party every Thursday Wed tfx Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON Peter Edson says today that Germany is the mainstay of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization See his column on page 10 COUNTY TRACK Sports Editor John Warwick has picked the individual and team track winners for Indiana County See page 25 lor hjs selections Ofher Feafures Lamp Steeles Miniature Golf Course opening Friday May 8th 7 225x Coinlci Editorial 10 S 13 S4S5 1 Your Dairy Queen Store is run ng chocolate Tues and Wed I if this week 223x0 WEATHER Fair and mild tonight Low 51 to 60 Thursday mostly vsunny quite warm and humid with chance of afternoon thunder storms High 86 to 90 Lodge Addresses SovietBoycotted Cooperation Needed For Space it Advancements UN Told By US By WILUAM N OATIS UNITED NATIONS AP the pavement and new The United States told a Soviet Local highway officials said UN committee todayserves day the work is expected to beginithayt rld exect reaytsentati Westerners on the committee and will circle the earth in satellites aspects are ruled out of the com India and the United Arab Republ within a few years and that mittees jurisdiction lie which said that to meet nowsooner or later he will travel inj no useful purpose Repreinterplanetary that the world can expect greatsentatives of all the other 13 were1 Lodge said 11 earth thingsfrom earth satellites in the hand jhave been launched fairly near future if every nation Lodge said that with full intersmce 1957 and 5 10 include the resurfacing of about cooperates in exploring space i national cooperation earth satelThey were sent Thursday will nations on the corn the latter part of June miles of Route 46 and Route 66 west of Brookville Bids will also be received for i operation propriate said ii ol the in the fairly near future Union and the United States or more ap Scan the earth for He proposed that tee created at the successfully in orbit Jdraft special reports before June u tu These will be turned over to by the Soviet ithe parent committee so it can write a combined report for the the commit General As General Assembly meeting next organization meeting Committee on Peace about a mile and a half of resur racing of Route 19 in Alleg heny County ful Uses of Outer Space weeks Jtjonal cooperation 2 Become reflectors and repeater subcommittee on iing stations For radio messages iprobiems and ask Secretary Gen The job is far too big for any j and perhaps be used for interconeraj rjag Hammarskjold to report one nation no matter how big or tinental TV appoint anothiset UP the committee last Dec 12 likely legal lo investigate 1 what the family is doing about outer space 2 how the can foster inter how advanced in technology that on what the and specializednational cooperation ia peaceful 3 Gain geographic details for agencies already are doing in of oyier space 3 fu Citizens School Group will hold nalion may beEvery ation has mapping unexpored lands and field ture organizational ar a meeting at Rustic Lodge part to play and all peoples 4 Possibly enable ships by Under his plan the full deemed necessary May 7 at 8 p m instead of Wed j stand to gain from the as previously schedujed Everyone Lodge did not mention the boy welcome 224x cott of the committee tracking Satellite radio signals totee would draw up its own reportand 4 problems likely to calculate their positions within to the General Assembly by July arise less than a mile in any weather 31 on the Steele opening 8h oin basis of and reports from the CoralGraceton Fire Co party Wed tfx Other members of the by the Soviet Union Scientists he added hope to setHammarskjold and the subcomUee beside the United States and Delegates oi four other memup an astronomical telescope the five boycotting nations we bers also stayed away These were j outer space to view the starsj The United States took the lead gentina Australia Belgium Bra Communist Czechoslovakia and without atmosphejic distortion in pressing for todays meeting zil Britain Canada FrajiCS Poland which backed a Soviet he said there is was to elect officers andjlian Italy Japan Mexico ajxdl charge that there are too many i near certainty tha cnan uj subcommittees Military Sweden   

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