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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                t An Indiana County Ncwipaper That Ser vet Every Member of the Family Todays prices ate what make you feel broke even if you have in your pocket EDITION Volume 228 Twenty Pages Indiana May 12 1959 Two Sections Demand plans for a county fide United Fund were ad vanced last night by repre sentatives of various com munities at a charter assem bly program in Rustic Lodge The United Fund embrac ing at least ten service and health agencies will probably launch its first camaign on a countywide basis next tall It replace individual drives the member organizations Fortythree persons from all sections of the county to the units first board of directors Election of officers will Jae held at meeting later this month Officials of the newlycreated organization didnot outline the agencies but said tjwse service groups that have pined the United Fund plan took the action to eliminate costly duplication of drives throughout the will net a savings in both money and a spokes man asserted Funds raised in next falls drive wjll be used by the member agen cies for operating expenses dur ing the 1960 fiscal year I e meet Bill Kelly Fair After Auto Crash Kelly son of Mr and Ms Kenneth Kelly Warren Road is listed today in fair condi tion in the Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg with injuries he received in an near Irwin early today Hospital officials report he suf fered an injury to his chest and a fractured right shoulder as well as lacerations Kelly now lists his address as Straw Pump near Greensburg Wrhe accident reportedly occur red about 2 this morning on old route 30 in North Huntingdon Township Two other persons are believed to have been in the car with Kelly the time of the accident They are reported to have been Mr and Mrs Ralph R Conde of Irwin Mrs Conde reportedly was also mitted to a hospital with in ries to the head chest and back All three persons are believed to be emplyes of the Helms Express Inc STRANGE COMPANY FOE A pigeon inaptly harried Tommy before she laid eggs accompanies Mis Bessie HaH rava ofthe Clucago1suburb of Biookfield to commuter a daily After seeing Mrs Hadiava and train depart Tommy then flieshome Raised by Mrs Hadi aya from a nest in locker rdorn where she works Tommy also has a friend in Pudgie the Hadravas dog Apparently hethinks hes people To Attend 10 Rioting Conviets Surrender Quietly FORT PILLOW Term rioting convicts sur rendered peacefully at a m today to end a 14hour Of Big 4 GENEVA AP viet Union today demanded that two of her Communist Czech invited to join the Big Four foreign minis tersconference The Soviet d e m a ri d had seen expected and theWest ern foreign ministers were ready for another wrangle with Soviet Foreign Ministers Andrei Gfomyko Secretary of State Christian A Hertef British Foreign Secre tary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville were reported firmly agreed to reject the Soviet de mand v A Soviet spokesman said Gro myko had informally to the Western ministers that th Communist side be enlarged bu they did not display a positivi The spokesman said fefore waaid submit hi de mand 4 Gromyko is the conference chairman for the day The session originally had been scheduled to icar opening statements of policy rom the four ministers Butit appeared that once more the coh erence would be dalyed by con troversy over By united resistance Monday he Western three beat down Gro mykos bid to give Communist 5ast Germany full membership in fhe parley instead of a limited ad visory role However the Soviet diplomat won the right for the See To 2 Col 8 Slated Nov 30r To Speak A i I At Indiana SIC Neither of the two guards held as hostages were in ured Keith Hampton state institutions commissioner said he lad remove the discontented priosners to the main prison in Nashville and hot to take off any of their gobc ime credit Prisoners are permitted a reduction of sen ences for good behavior in prison Hampton said Leonard Thompj son a leader of the rioters had ordered fellow prisoners l to move barricades and surrender Investigate Store Theft TOI iege of the Fort Pillow prison farm today ndiana Borough Police are con luing to investigate the theft o about ten watches from the Daugherty Drug Store last night Police Chief Harry H Owen said today that a high school stu dent on the way to school thi morning discovered the broke front window of the store located on Philadelphia St at the corner of South Eighth St The front window of the store fs apparently broken by some id object re moved It is reported the watches ranged in Value from to for a total value of about Damage to the glass is estimat ed at about Police were not able to deter mine immediately the exact time of the robbery However it oc curred between midnight and today person or persons respon sible or the incident passed up more expensive items in the win dow including electric razors po lice said Your Dairy Queen Store is run ning chocolate Thurs of FORT PILLOW Tenn Faced by uneasy staleniate con victs who hold two prison farm guards as hostage busily strength ened the barricades at their be sieged dormitory today at the Fort Pillow prison farm But the guards were seized Monday night when 130 men staged an unexpected riot They threatened to kill the guards if officers rushed the building They demanded a conference with state officials on prison farm condi tions confinement as punishment for the riot with the state agreeing that their good time would no be touched Goad time is the time off a sentence for good be havior Before the agreement could b finally settled Hampton said th Divorce i Wedding For Clement Atlee formerly prime minister of Great Britain and a leader of the Labour Party will be guest speaker on the In diana State College Cultural Life Series November 30 1959 according to Mr A E Drumheller facultychairman of College Cultural Life Com mittee This feature on the Cultural Life program will mark the first occasion in which the former chief of state of a foreign coun try has ever spoken on the In diana State Teachers College campus Other members on the 1959 Cultural Life Series accord ing to Mr Drumheller will In clude the Canadian Players in a presentation of Chekhovs dra ma Cherry Orchard on No vembers and Boston Opera Com panys production of Offenbachs operetta Voyageto the Moon based ort yernes William Steinberg will direct the Pittsburgh Symphony Or chestra in a full evening con icert February 25 I960 in Fish er Auditorium as part of the 1959Wr College Cultural L i Councilmen Surcharged PITTSBURGH report filed with the Allegheny County court today by auditors of Turtle Creek Borough recommended that the nine members of the borough directed to repay ap iroximately of borough auditors made the sur charge recommendation in con nection with astreet paving proj ect which exceeded the bid cost The auditors said the added ex penditure was not approved at a mblic meeting CLEMENT ATLEE i to speak here BtK tadjqat On March Harry Gol den will give his famous per formance as a A sixth performance probably a vocal soloist is scheduled to be added to the list of five Figures lerts Coming To America LONDON AP Minister H a r o 1 d Macmillan said today Britain is getting ready to enter the artificial earth satellite field Macrnillan said Britain may send sate Hi t e s into orbit either with the cooperation of its British Commonwealth partners or with the United States We therefore plan to send to Washington of ex perts to d i s c us s possible Anglo American coopera he told the House of Commons We are also opening consulta tions with other Commonwealth Macrnillan said British experts are studying the possibility of adapting as satellite projectors military rockets now under devel opment in this country he said will put us in a position should we decide to do so to make an allBritish Britain has arranged to start work immediately on the construe Order Guard Cotton Mill RALEIGH AP Gov Luther Hodges today ordered Na tional Guard units into Henderson to maintain order at the strike ion of the instruments to be ear torn Harriet Henderson Cotton Mills The order came after an emer gency state law en andHendjjrspn officials abotij outbreaks of at twills two by shots and they left the plants Mon day night A dynamite blast ripped open an unoccupied nursery build ing at the North Henderson plant early this morning No injuries were reported but the incidents prompted Henderson authorities to Guardsmen request National Hodges said that this complete disregard on the part of strikers and others to our appeal leaves us with no alternative but to send in the National ie LAS AP In three 10minute takes today Bf UrMia TTicVior not a rfiuntve 1 V WASHINGTON congressipnal lead ers and President Eisenhower Reviewed today the latest em ployment figures and agreed They reflect solid progress toward complete recovery from the business recession heighten hopes that the administrations budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 can be kept in They vindicate the stand against big spending programs aimed to create employment Eddie Fisher will get a divorce D marriage license and beautiful Elizabeth Taylor for his bride Eddie will go before Judge David Zenoff at approximately 2 Dies In Crash JAMESTOWN Massa 42 wife of a War ren High School coach Jo wife actress Debbie Reynolds See 2 Col 4 sioner of institutions flew in from Nashville to confer with leaders oi the revolt After several talks with them he said negotiations lad bogged down Hampton said the convicts at irst agreed to accept solitary convicts upped their demands mental cruelty the tradi no punishment whatever plus intional Hollywood grounds for di yorce Debbie herself used it to get a California interlocutory de cree last February from Fisher AU that time Miss Reynolds said tersely my husband has be come interested in another wom a classic of understatement n view of the headlines that pre eded the breakup of what was nee considered an idyllic marri age Munnell Cited In Penna House HARRISBURG AP The House Monday night was asked to express its sympathy to the jtamily of Raymond W Munnell Keith Hampton state commisMarion Center High School prin Homer City Legion party jtonite over 228x cipal who died last April Rep William G Buchanan R InUiana introduced a resolution calling Munnell death to the at tention of the House His resolu tion was sent to the Rules Com mittee for further study Inside The Gazette DBEJW PEARSON Drew Pearson says today that Herter will defer to the French at the Geneva talks See editorial page 6 ISTC Dave Mayfield Indiana State Teachers College golfer is a medalist in the state teachers tournament See sports pages 14 and 15 Of her Features Liz Taylor will not be present or the divorce hearing which is expected to take 10 minutes or ess barring lastminute hitches If the divorce is granted the actress will join across the hall of the courthouse where they will take out a marriage license Ump U 5 1IH8 U Strict 1415 World Today Store Furs Call HO 55281 WEATHER Variable cloudiness warm and humid with scattered showers or tbundershowers continuing tonight and Wednesday Low lo nighl 58 to 63 USW Firms Continuing Steel Talks NEW YORK AP Contraci talks aimed at preventing a na tionwide steel strike continue to The GOP leaders gave this redaVi witj the Steelworkers Union eph Massa was killed Monday night in a traffic collision near Jamestown Massa was sriously injured State police said the Massas were returning to Warren from Buffalo when their auto and one driven by Russell Hutchinson 26 of Buffalo collided Hutchinson was hospitalized in critical condi tion port to newsmen after their regu lar weekly conference with Eisen hower They said millionplus climb in a total of 65 million while joblessness was de clining fluring the month ending April 15 was a source of considerable satisfaction to the President Rep Charles A Halleck of In diana the House GOP chief re a jab at the Demo cratic we are mighty happy that we didnt push the panic button when some people were wanting us That was a reference to proposal by See 1 Col 1 See 2 Col 3 Gas i expected to press a demand for a 38hour week David J McDonald Steelwork ers president has said only tha shorter hours higher wages and contract improvements be It was understood however that the union favors a plan of three fiveday weeks followed by a sin gle fourday at eight hours a averages 38 hours a week Industry spokesmen represent ing 12 major steel companies gave no sign of wavering in their insistence that a oneyear freeze i i By Equitaple HARRISBURQ AP Equit able Gas Pittsburgh will boost natural gas rates an esti mated annually on Fri day consumers in seven west ern Pennsylvaniacounties The rate i n c r e as e which amounts to 810 of a cent per cubic feet a month will add 13 cents a month to the bills of residential heating customers and four cents for nonheating custom ers In approving the increase t h e Public Utility Commission said it was satisfied the firm needed the additional revenue to meet a wholesale rate boost which also becomes effective Friday The increase is subject to re fund the PUC said if the whole sale boost to Equitable is later scaled down by the federal gov ernment Equitable serves cus tomers in Allegheny Armstrong Butler Greene Indiana Washing ton and Westmoreland counties Bui let Strikes Girl In NY Class NEW YORK AP A 12year old girl seated ina school class room was struck in the back today by a bullet which entered the room through a window Police be lieve it was fired from the roof of a nearby building on wages and fringe benefits is The injured girl Eleanor Kap the best way to check both inflalan was taken to a hospital ana tion and unemployment reported in fair condition To Speed Up Necessary GOP Backs Davey On School Fire Hazard Aid HARRISBURG AP Republi A small army of reporters and cans threw their support today be photographers will record events for posterity the hind the Lawrence administration plan to speed up repairs to school Fqr the ceremony Fisher will buildings with fire hazards get into his blue suit and Liz into Rep Albert W Johnson House ler new mossgreen chiffon dress Republican fjoor leader said he which movie stylist Jean Louis saw no objection to legislation whipped up specially for the wedfeaturing an appropriation i for state aidto financially distres wedding is school districts with fire haz ding The scheduled for sometime after problems lars Ninety per cent of the school i fied with the leadership of the districts involved he said can manage their own repairs without state help Public Instruction Department Rep Stanley G Stroup RBed jford said the Legislature is fore Other legislative developments ing school districts to spend more Monday ion schools without providing propriations for relief payments and for the operation of state gov ernment in the first few months of the new twoyear fiscal period starting June 1 The move anticipated the cer pansion not adjourn by June 1 when ad Taxes The Senate Finance j enough state aid to finance the exitainity that the Legislature would Committee revised a proposed u year extension of the 1 per cent real estate transfer tax to exempt tradeins on new hornet Under the plan the value of a house transferred to a building contractor toward the cost of a new residence would be exempt Governors House iditional money will be needed to voted to repeal a 1945 appropriai continue government operations tion for to build a new Registration SenaU executive mansion for the goverj passed and sent to the House leg nor lislation which would permit Rep Francis Worley auto owners to said he would go one step farther j licate registration cards f PDT at Temple Beth Sho It looks all right to he lorn Rabbi Max Nussbaum the told the Associated Press Los Angeles rabbi who recently The House Education Commit converted Miss Taylor to Judalee called a meeting during the from the levy He said he would introduce legisfamily members ism will perform the doubleringday to give its approval to thej School aid Republicans j lation to sell the old executive Korean appropriaiipj Reform rites program It also calls for i called for a reappraisal of the j mansion on Front Street and have j of to the Military Altairi He will be assisted by Rabbi Priority in state aid for schooi states education system House the governor live all year at the Department tQ hire personnel construction projects specifically speaker H G Andrews DCaml summer mansion at the Indianj administering payment of the See 2 Col 1 designed to remove fire hazards hria immediately endorsed thetown Gap military reservation 20 jus to Korean War Veterans also School fire drills twice a month demand miles away won Senate approval The a month Johnson told the House the Comj Appr0priatjonsTne House Appriation bill was sent to the Houst for concurrence on minor Your Dairy Queen Store is run of this week 31x Gov Lawrence has estimatedimonwealth may be trying to oper of this week Jlx chools it cant appropriations Committee sent to the Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed fire hazards at abojit 8 million Andrews said he is dissatis floor million dollars in ap ments   

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