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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania Mvers Local College Grad i V f i 1 v Dennis A Meyers ConfltK fence science teacher at turkfiyfoot Valley AreA High School was recently announced As one of the SO recipients of a fellowship to attend the General Electric science program to be given at Case Institute of Technol ogy this summer Mr Myers a 4JP56 graduate of State Teachers College Indiana has been teach ing at Turkeyfoot School for three years The program for secondary school physics and chemistry teachers is made possible by the General Electric educational and charitable fund It is designed to provide a new approach to the basic concepts and recent develop ments In science Upon his return schtfol in the fall thefellow will thus reflect this new knowl edge and will be more likely to awaken scientific ambition in the minds of his students Courses Offered carry credit applicable to gidutte work and have been designed to provide depli tf Mofmtttdn In Physics and Chemistry In addition to normal classroom work the bfe supple mented by trips to research labor atories of General Electric lamp division headquarters at Nela Park in Cleveland for lectures conferences and inspectiontrips The fellowship provide for tui tion board and lodging and travel allowance to and from Meals will be in Tom linson Hall and fellows will be houses in one of the new dormi tories on the Case campus On twoevenings after recreation at Nela Camp employees recreation camp at Nela Park the fellows will be dinner guests of the Gener al Electric Company Dr James R Hooper direc tor of special programs at Case will be director 6f this years six week science course uuujtum JohnsonKey To Approval Strauss WASHINGTON AP Demo cratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas appeared today to hold the key to Senate action on Lewis Strauss nomination to be sec retary of commerce Senate debate will not begin next week W Strauss nomination submitted by president Eisenhower last Jan 17 through the Senate Commerce Committee Tuesday by narrowest possible margin The 98 vote in favor of Senate confirmation was followed by sug gestions from Sens Clafr Engle DCalif and Stephen M Young DOhio that Eisenhower should withdraw Strauss nomination f White House Press Secretary ames C Hagerty called the sug gestion ridiculous Strauss him self said he was grateful for the majority committee vote in his favor While the vote fell slightly short of what Strauss supporters had hoped for Senate Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois told newsmen he still thinks the nomination will be con Dirksen said however he will have to do some missionary ivbrk among Democratic sena tors He indicated that he hoped to find additional votes among Southern Democrats Sen Harry F Byrd a strong supporter by Strauss said in a separate interview that he expects most of the Southerners to vote for confirmation If enough M them do victory for Strauss will be assured But Sen Clinton P Anderson who spearheaded the opposition said support of Strauss dwindled within the committee during longdrawnout hear ings He predicted opposition would continue to grow during the forthcohiing Senate action iissesDoq jcks Mistress BALTIMORE Md man William H he hadbfeeh bitten by dogs four times during his 14 years of serv ice so naturally when Edna F Slights dog snarled at him he kickedat it three or four But he missed Coddles the dog Mrs Slight kicked 9fr in knee Dist Judge R Dorsey Wat kjns ordered the government to pay Slight of Silver Spring for painand husband for expenses oc as a result of his wifes DoesMacys Tell Gimbels PHILADELPHIA Macys tell Gimbels Philadel phia version Alfred Blasband executive head of Snellenburgs department was waiting forhis car garage behind the store A woman of and approached him if me young rnan but can you tell me how to get to Gimbels she asked said Blasband you just watertight through Snellenburgs and turn Reopening OfOakes CaseOKd NASSAU Bahamas is up to the crown to decide whether to reopen this royal colonys prime murder mystery the 15 yearold Sir Harry Oakes case By unanimous vote the House of Assembly Tuesday asked Scot land Yard to renew investigation into the Oakes slaying Raymond Schindler an Ameri can detective who figured in the original probe said he had infor mation that i woulddrack the crime Joining in the Assembly vote was Harold C Christie Sir Har rys House guest who found the Oakes battered body on a fire swept bed July 8 1943 The only man ever charged with the slaying was Count Alfred de Marigny Sir Harrys sonin law The Duke of Windsor then governor of the Bahamas hired veteran American police to work on tlie case De Marigny was ac quitted after a sensational trial in which charges were made that a De Marigny fingerprint was plant ed in Oakes bedroom Oakes daughter Nancy heir ess to an estimated 200 million dollars retained specialist wit nesses in a costfy fight to win acquittal for her husband Their marriage later was annulled and each wed other partners Best JQII Athletic Program Chosen BOSTON AP Earl Gray 26 was convicted Tuesday of un armed jobbery Superior Court Judge Reuben L Lurie indicated he planned to sen tence Gray to 18 months in jail But Gray asked for a longer sentence so he cpulf be confined in State prison Asked why Gray said They have a better athletic program at the TABLES ANQ ent tor minuiterj coofweace in Eab of the Four bas 10 teats West Cer many it 53 feet in circurolsrcnce BIWD table built on crash basis by Swiss msisted on by Soviet Western was to four ttblei Do your shopping before 6 make your moat exciting summer by far Join your family in the Swing to Summer Fun Get ready and set to go places See things and Do things that will add up to your grandest summer ever Dont miss out on all the fun by shopping late j A 8 A to 6 M sat 8 A M to P Swift Premium ROUND STEM LB Rath SLICED BACON 398c Fresh G R 0 U N D EEF Golden Dawn Good ui Rich or Jiffy Cake Mixes Dill Pickles Kounty 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