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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of lite Family When you please where you Its lot easier td gb where you please EDITION 231 Twentyfour Indiana Pennsylvania PrFday May IS 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents PEACE f Program At STCs This is Lewis at one point of testimony Yesterday before the Senate Commerce Committee on lap fitness to be Secretary of Commerce Strauss was present when Sen Clinton P Anderson DNM returned to the witness stand to oppose Strauss AP Wirephoto MPH Expected of A XI5 Air plane WASHINGTON t today Of Schools HARRISBURG residents of the 14 state eachers colleges believe the nstitutions should be opened o all students in view of ex jected The colleges hoard of presi dents recommended Thurs day that the programs of the stateowned schools be ex panded and the word teach ers dropped from the names Present law limits the oper ationsof the collegesto the jreparation of future teach ers The suggestion fbr expanded programs beyond teacher educa tion was made by Dr Q A W Rohrbach Kutztown president as the board presented recommenda tions to a fivemember Senate committee investigating the Pub lic Instruction Department Rohrbach said the expansion was needed to nfeet the impend ing crisis expected from mount ing enrollments over the next 10 years Pennsylvania now has a total of college students he said and the estimated amount for 1969 is trend nationwide is to ex panding iM functions of these stateowned Rohr bach told the commit 5 t r v frji the expansion would allow the the expected speed of the X15 to perform functions for Brocket research airplane miles an hour 4000 society other than teacher educa tion as See 4 Col 4 Now Bask In Talks USW NEW YORK steel wage negotiating session end ed today with David J Mc Donald United Steelworkers J n i b n president declaring Were really in basic discus sions R Conrad Cooper of the chief man aEentent negotiator said the union fourmac netd good exploratory iSJeklJer McDonald nor Cooper elaborated The union has asked substantial wage increases but has never indicated publicly what specific amount it seeks Negotiations will resume Tues day McDonald said he probably would report on progress of the talks when he attends an AFL CiO Executive Council meeting Monday in Washington In an action entirely separate from the wage talks the union and seven major steel companies signed an agreement today under which almost 15 million dollars in Supplementary Unemployment Benefits will be paid to union members in Ohio McDdnald said the payments would members for TwoPart Ira H Abbott of the National and Space Adminis told the Aviation Writers rc 1C in a prepared UUyo talk that the X15 will leap jl D ot the atmosphere into space White DUI IdinQ much as a fish jumps out of W S Fiscus of Indiana has chased the Mrs C M B White director ofBlildin8 in Block of phila Aeronautical i dejPhia St t arid Space Research said tjrat beh The was purchased yond the X15 the DynaSoar glider will explore the sued range between miles Abtjptt deputy NASAs Office of Edgar Trust Co land Paul W Mack trustees air hour and satellite velocities of about milesan hour The X15 currently is undergo ing extensive captive flight tests Notice Eagles Dance Saturday May 16th Music by Janie Seifert The reported price of the three story tile and brick Date of the sale is listed May 8 The deed was recorded today in the office Don Shank Indi ana County Register and Record BLIMP CRASHES AGAINST Wreckage of a fcavyTilima the edges of roof and side of a hangar at the Lakehurst N J Naval Air Station atter the blimp crashed against fine hangar after being waved off during a landing One member was kill ed Part of the blimps engine napelle can be seen protruding from center left ivir viff Kills Wife Slaystblice I f 1 Chief Wounds 2 More vf FIRST A DRINK THEN A DI VORCE Anita Ekberg Swe dish movie actress paused for a drink of water before entering Superior court yesterday at Santa Monica to divorce British actor Anthony Steel She said his jealousy became so ob vious that friends ceased to in vite them to their homes AP Wirephoto would receive ithe benefits McDonald said the payments had been denied earlier by a rul ing of the Ohio administrator of unemployment compensation but now had been made possibly by state Agreements signed today cleared the way for payment of the benefits held in escrow until legal blockade was broken by Godfrey Out Of Hospital Break Said Goal By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA So viet Union formally proposed to the West today a peace treaty to be signed with di vided The United States said it was keenly disappointed and Soviet Union of wanting to perpetuate the division of Germany The U S reaction was given in a statement issued immediately after the Big Four conference ended its first week of sessions with a recess until Monday tri a speech presenting the So viet treaty draft which was oHg inally made public Jan 10 Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko charged the West fostering a renewal of militarism in West Germany The treaty as published by Moscow in its original form last January would force West Ger many to sever its ties with the Western The United States Britain and France months ago rejected this approach s Western informants said after a quick examination of the version presented by Gromyko at todays twohour conference session that it apparently contained no sub See 4 Col J NEW YORK Arthur God ay afterK a lung for cancer andsaid I a break Ill do my damndest to de serve The 55yearold television and radio entertainer choked with emotion as he first tried to talk with reporters in the waiting room of the Harkness Pavilion pf the enactment said Companies of a two union legislative statement affected are Here June 5 and v Set Industrial Confab AtlSTC Tbe 29th annual Western Penn Siivania Industrial Conference will June 5 and 6 at Indiana Teachers College it Was an ndbnced today B T Hopkins general chairman pf the conference said that an es timated 700 representatives from 150 of Western Pennsylvanias largest industries are expected b attend the twoday meeting The conference sponsored by the Penn sylvania State YMCA industrial and area industries is Signed for industrial executives supervisors and foremen and is held each year to encourage and emphasjze the improlance of lead ership ana good supervision Theme of this years conference is Toniorrpws Challenge for To days The annual conferences were started in 1932 to give representa tives of industry the opportunity to problems of mutual inter and to learn about new trends developments in technology Order Work Started On Local Airport By GORDON A GLOVKK LIMERICK Maine AP A brooding businessnian shot and killed his wife and then killed a police chief and wounded two state troopers before his suicide ended a five hour gun battle with nearly 100 officers Thursday night Gordon E Hamlin 51 upset over the recent loss of his furniture manufacturing business shot himself as police closed in on his cellar holdout with bullets and Also dead were Hamlins wife Rose 46 and Westbrook Steel Bethlehem Republjc Jones Laughlin Inland Youngstown Sheet Tube and Wheeling Steel olasts State Stephen A Re A move by the Indiana Coun ty Commissioners will result in Police Chitlf Pierre Harnois 34 both killed by shotgun the beginning of work to improve the Jimmy Stewart Airport next Commissioners Harvey A Orr Dee Harold McCormick have given notice to the New En terprise Stone and Lime Company and the Airways Construction Co Inc to proceed with their con Here Tomorrow The Netherland National Band gina 42 of Saco was critically wounded by Hamlins shotgun jnj Bales financial empire OstwindSays To Charges PITTSBURGH AP Mitchel Ostwind an associate of socalled financial expert Earl Belle plead ed innocent in U S District Couri today to an 18count indictmem j resulting from the collapse o the stomach and leg His name is on the danger list in a Portland the Salvation Trooper cal airport in Indiana tomorrow for seriously Parker wounded on was both Ostwind who like Belle is a Pittsburgh resident continued free on bond pending fur ther court action Belle also is named in the in dictment but is in Rio de Janerio lolumbiaPresbyterian Icnter Medical trade fair and speaking at a Ike Seeks US Big A Smasher NEW YORK AP President Eisenhower stressing the nead for basic nuclear research to keep America strong says he will seek federal funds to build a twomile long atom smasher at Stanford University The President made a whirl wind visit Thursday to Manhat His aides tried to hustle himtan breaking ground for an art out but he refused visiting an international he said raising a hand Wait a minute Ive got to tell them After bowing his head in his hand a moment to talk He said that he had been fright ened before the operation and he thought it would help people to realize that his fears rose from not knowing what lay ahead of lim dont know how much any of you know what they did to me That damnable thing not only in the lung it was wrapped around the aorta the main vesselto the heart The surgeon would have been perfectly within his rights in sewing me up and saying I cant do a Godfrey paused for a moment his lips trembled and he took a dinner attended by top scientists He the nations returned to Washington by presidential later in the evening Eisenhowers stay also includ ed a private talk with United Steelworkers President David J McDonald McDonald here for negotiations on a new steel labox contract denied he the ident discussed the steel situation A similar denial came from Pres identiaf press Secretary James C Hagerty The President addressed about 500 scientists assembled at the WaldorfAstoria hotel for a sym posium on basic research spon sored by the National Acadeniy of Sciences the American Assn for the Advancement of handkerchief from his pocket to and the Alfred P SloanFounda dab at his yes v j lion Godfrey will spend several He told the gathering that pro weeks in his New York apartment posed new atom smasher to returning to the hospital regular UK million dollars would be by j Brazil where he and Ostwind fled courthouse i The scene of the blistering last July Ostwind returned and Plans are made to have the shooting was a quiet Maine to federal authorities piece band leave the Salvation 1oads settlement by an old mill on April 27 The New Enterprise firm will air concert on the stePs thearms and abdomen pave the eastwest runway while the Airways Const outfit will in thecontract headquarters about Pond about a mile from the center Belle and Ostwind are charged work must get underway before May 20 The New Enterprise firm has instructed the commissioners marching west on Water Limerick a village of with transporting cherks taken by south on Ninth and east on i population 30 miles west of Port fraud in interstate commerce and of using the mails to defraud Philadelphia to the courthouse they plan to begin work early next week Ground breaking ceremonies are expected to be held in the nearSram aPPears on PaSe 9 future In the event of bad weather the band will play in the court room More about the band and its As in previous years the program next month will include a series of workshops conducted ep an in formal discussion basis that will coyer subjects of primary interest to industrial management Leading authorities in the fields of business land Witnesses and police pieced to See 4 Col 2 B T HOPKINS industrial speaker Aluminum Company of Americas New Kensington plant Other offi cers ike fionterence are Floyd J Ssattfei superviser ol services at Armco Steel Corporation Butler first vice chairman H M En yeart Plastic Garment Bag Warning HARRISBURG Charles L Wilbar state health secretary todav warned that plas tic garment bags are as great a potential death threat to children as abandoned ice 1 Wilbar the bags removed from drycleaned clothes can be come fatal playthings for pre school children He said when children place the bags over their heads the plastic tends to adhere to tbeir faces He recommended that parents Your Dairy Queen Store is run ning chocolate Reelect Harvey A Orr for Coun1 of this week 231x ty Commissioner 5th name on Both men were officers of Corn ucopia Gold Mines a hold ng company which became in volved in financial difficulties last ly for Xray treatments See 4 Col 1 for Commercial NUMEC Given Research Pact ballot 232x Eagles Party tonite Thurs ttx either the bags out of chil Companys Air education and theology are house aled to speak at various sessions1 Divi coherence couirroan a44e4 i Pittsburgh Plate Glass plant at Mi Hopkins is staff assistant atjCreighton Dairy Queea Store is run chocolate Thurs of this week The Gazette POINT OF William Ingersoll comments today on the coming Primary Election See his Point of View on editorial page 6 Snow Foils Today In West n Snow fell to ICII MJ day APOLLO Nuclear Materials opment program will have far Equipment Corp NUMEC j reaching consequences in reducing 01 Apollo has been selected by the costs of nuclear W Hugh U S Atomic Energy executive secretary of to pioneer development of a Kiski Valley group said in and cheaper type nuclear fuel making the announcement CHUHCH Church news concerning district churches is featured in weekly church section See pages 8 and 9 SS below last Malcolm the Other Feafures Fnlerprises a Of covers profit industrial development cor said poraUon will lend a hand to Up to now Plutonium has been the Blind 115 N 6th St Phone NUMEC in the project The deused primarily in military weap 110 55549 231x i velopment corporation said it will build a laboratory in ons as the explosive ingredi ent in atomic bombs The AEC Mirror Ctiurcb Neva Cotnici SUSI 4 IV isiv IS Reelect Harvey A Orr for Armstrong County for lease towants the Apollo company to de ty Commissioner 5th name on i tne company j velop commercial atomic power balot Thi new about Plutonium 000 with of special This is it Definitely will close Store Fws CaU HO 55281 WEATHJEB FQBECAST Partly cloudy and cool tonight with some frost Saturday mostly sunny and slightly warmer Plutonium an artificial man made element is made from non fissionable Uranium 238 which is Low 33 to 38 Dancing Friday Rocky Hotel about five miles from Glenn Apollo plant found in nature and ie thai develabout 99 percent of ali uranium   

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