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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                trmanii Soviet Talks From fttgft each of tbtfotries attead the talks shaping up Little IfttorffiatlOn about them is emerge from day to day Seeretaryvof Ban A Britfstf Foreign Secretary Selwyrt Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maurice Coiie de Marville are agreed delegations be excluded from the secret Brookville Wet Pa of this small Jefferson Coon ty cewtmifflily voted tot liquor in the thifd referendum since prohibition The vote was to 9M Indiana Picks Councilman School Men Continued From Page One D Clair Freedjine OOP and Norman L Pfeiffer Derrtocrat were unopposed for their party nomination as assessors Third Ward Indiana Borough Itjd out whether Soviet Premier showed no contest for either the ita Khrushchev obviouslyRepublican or Democratic candf iniie trtr eutvtmit 1 rinfps fnr hnrnnoh fnnnnll f Sessions Western mlnfsters want to it or summit talks will the Berlin crisfs in order reach an agreement Mere for chiefs i of to meet this summer diplomats think Khrush willi But they have no notion what kind of a stopgap sittlemettt might be reached for Berlin that would be acceptable to dates for borough council C mer Johnston is he GOP nominee and Clair Wyatt is the Democrat candidate Candidates for assessor Include Republican Martha Moofhead and Democrat Franklin Anderson both unopposed Indianas Fourth Ward returned Republican James as the In Answer To Strike Threat To Challenge By Hoffa By 0 MILTON KELLY We Sen Pat McNarnata of MefileiUni WASMrNOTON AfWSen Johnill emu a former L McClellan pAfJtf urged outthe employers oncesaid a general strike would be gress today to rrteet Wfor ttoffa said Ituicfdal X tf and 1 TV vinmg ui u i air uivric a nationwide strike if labor unions ganfee Conference of various sense than to do He noted transportation Unions including that Hoffa had saida strike could are subjected to antitrust laws McClellan chairman of the Sen ate rackets probers said he will his Teamsters and longshoremen be called not that it would be and rail unions He spoke at a I ally has1 convinced Win the Mc Clellan bill is needed It will be tragic thing for the people if Congress knuckles ate rackets probers sad he will and rail unions He Spoke at a But McClellan saw real danger introduce soon a bill he has district convention of the which he to Ervltt about to al the antitrust lawsnational Lon John F Kne about to apply the antitrust lawsnational Longshoremens Associaa threat against Congress and thej Kennedy to transportation unions He gavelion but indicated he was suggest people He said the Teamsters of the KennedyErvin no further details ing a strike by all labor unions chief should not be allowed reserved comment until after Hoffa president of the Team was quickly reaway with t text of Hoffaa sters Union told a jected by AFketOy President j McClellan said Hoffa was talkspeech audience Tuesday that oriGeOrge Meany who served noticeing about a strike that would Sen Barry Goldwater ganized labors answer to such Hoffa could on down stop the said in ft separate interview Hof legislatiqn should be to have all from the federations 12 million Wheels of commerce strangle the fis threat should bring swift CHAftLES WAS YL ANTO NtAK husbtftd of the Mary YacynyeH Awteftrtk of Top Civilian Award Given Sec Dulles WASHINGTON Eisenhower has conferred the Medal of Freedom pit Joha Foster Guiles It is the tifttfOftf highest award tb civilian The fornw secretary of state Critically ill with cancer and pneu monia complications received the medal Tuesdayat Walter and thepast 30 1 passed away Monday May 18 1980 at irf the In diatia Memorial Hospital where he had been ft patlenf Cor day bftly Me was born bee In tria where he spent Ms early life for some years He had resided at Medical Center it was Mcintyre Mr Arrtoniak to him On behalf of the a member of Mcintyre Local by Mrs1 Dulles 3548 UMW of A and re in a Dear Foster note Coal miner theRochester the Eisenhower Coal Go wrote Surviving are three sons James its collective bargaining contracts mernberS The AFLCIt has exj economy and challenge the supreaction by the Mouse to toughen expire on the same date and Teamstfirs on charges1 macy of our up the kennedyErvin bill which tnPtt RT A 1 I T il strike I of corruption Sen Sam J Ervin he contends is too both the Soviet Union and thenominee for borough council as we as selecting W Parker Rud the Soviets apparently want to dock for his first try at capturing if any price the West a seat on the town council The GOP vote Fourth Ward shows Kring 363 Ruddock 325 and Da vid T Russell 235 Republican nominee for assessor is Rita Hartnett and Elean or Tressler is the Democratic can didate for the same post both un opposed at yesterdays election First returns in thy borough show Wallace Nordby as a writein winner for the GOP nom ination as borough auditor Demo crat Philip Chido was unopposed for the auditor nomination for his party to pay for easing Berlin tensions apart from agreement to Join in a summit meeting Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko has said he is ready to discuss creation of a limited arms zone iii central Europe possiblyv a non aggressiondeclaration by the Big EastWest German com mittee to work for more contact between the two regimes and East West disarmament meas tires All are individual points in the Western package plan for Ger man reunification and a start to ward a European security system may concentrate on the limited arms zone as the So viet price for relaxing its threat to West Berlin That would capitalize on the disagreement in Western ranks on this issue In the continuing semipublic debate Herter and Lloyd were slated today to renew the Western attack on the Soviet proposal for peace treaties with the two Ger man states Lloyd Couve de Murville and Ambassador W i 1 h e 1m Grewe spokesman for West Germany de nounced the Soviet plan Tuesday Couve de Murville said any such imposed permanent division would drive the German people to de spair He and his colleagues lik ened the Soviet proposal to the Treaty of Versailles and indicat ed they felt it would force the Germans into another war Gromyko in reply said the plan would unlim rearmament He de manded that the West accept the of Communist East Ger jibany andcome to terms with that i Defense Secretary Neil H McElroy American inGeneva underscored private warning Herter has Already given Gromyko that Pres ident Eisenhower will refuse to go to a summit conference with any ihing like a Soviet ultimatum banging over Berlin Many New Faces On GOP Slate Continued From Page One Smilin1 Harry Truman Gets Good News KANSAS CITY Mo mer President Harry S Truman told newsmen he couldnt help but feel all right today Smiling happily he held an in formal press conference on the lawn of where Mrs Truman was operated on for a breast tumor It was found to be benign Mrs he said is I looking much better and Im very happy about j He also talked with his daughl ter in New York he she told me about the new grand son She told me the youngster hasnt been named yet but they expect to have a name for the boy in a day or Asked if he would like to have his new grandson elected presi dent Truman replied wouldnt wish that On r The Trumans second grandchild I was born Tuesday in New York Mrs Trumans tumor was re moved Monday Thank exclaimed the 74 yearold Mrs Truman when she heard the report I did not want to go through the rest of my life having people feeling sorry for Truman said its the best news in a long Their daughter Mrs Clifton Daniel was in Doctors Hospital in New York where her second son was delivered by caesarean sec tion The baby weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces WASH DAY COMING Elmer Carter has hard work ahead as she surveys the mess left by Monday nights flash flood at Stv Joseph that caused an estimated danv age and the death of one man Here Mrs Carter is picking her childrens clothing out of the bathtub where they had been soaking after having been washed AP British Deny Reports On 11 Soft Line11 GENEVA AP The British termined origin Dinty Moores HitByBlaze PITTSBURGH Dinty Moores Barbecue on Freeport in OHara Twp was heavily damaged today by fire of unde have struck out at reports that The hospital reported today thatForeiSn Secretary Selwyn Lloyd Mrs Truman had a very restful night with minimal discomfort of In only one office was there op pdsition to the Democratic slate Francis W Harper attempted to Unseat incumbents Harold McCor mick and Dee Miller but his bid proved futile In county commissioner balloting oh the Republican ticket Barkley pulled a heavy vote in Blairsville his home town and then proved SAN FRANCISCO The equally powerful in other sections State Supreme Court in two deci WorkRight Decision n California may be taking a softer line than the other Western foreign minis ters in talks with Soviet Foreign1 Minister Andrei Gromyko The owner Robert Van Pelt 38 his wife Virginia 32 and their 3yearold daughter Kim escaped from a second floor apartment Firemen from several nearby two dick jockeys Stan Major a Bradley Universi ty sophomore ended his sleepless n marathon at and went to British and the other Western miles to the Allegheny Valley Inj bed He said he hadnt slept since ers over the basic point which jterchange of the Pennsylvania the morning of May 11 A British delegation official communities fought the blaze said There is absolutely no difj three hours Morning rush hour ference of opinion between thetrafficwas backed up about 10 Stays Awake 210 Hours With Music 111 HigherRail Retirement Bill Signed WASHINGTON AP The na tions railroad workers will get a 10 per cent increase in retirement benefits and a 20 per cent rise in unemployment benefits effective June 1 under a law signed by President Eisenhower Tuesday The bill would have become law automatically without the Presidents signature at midnight Tuesday night Eisenhower made no comment The bill was sent to him by Congress May 5 The cost of the new program will be met by higher payroll tax es for both railroads and work ers the railroad workers are out side the social security system and have their own system of pen sions unemployment and sickness benefits and aid to survivors These payments are more than social but cost workers and employers more The present tax of per cent on both carrier and employe goes up immediately It is an hpnor privilege to award you this Medal of Free dom Inadequate though it is to express my gratitude and the grat itude of the nation you have served so well it does stand as a small token of the affection and esteem that the people of America and of the world hold for ybu and your tireless efforts on behalf of The President signed the note with his Columbus Ohio Theodore Wi liffefOWb John Euclid Oh one Mrs Bernard Dofothy linski ti Baltimore Maryland and six grandchildren a son William was killed in ac tion in WOrldWar II Friends are received at Indiana where services will be conducted Thurs day May 21 at The Father John Obletilqff j will officiate and interment The medal was delivered to follow in Oakland Cemtery Ind Mrs Dulles Tuesday by the Presiana dents son and White House aide Maj John Eisenhower The White House said the President who visited Dulles Monday preferred to per cent and on Jan 1 that the actual presentation be handled by Mrs Dulles When Mrs Dulles presented the medal to her husband she also gave him a citation signed by the President which reads For John Foster Dulles for con tributions of the highest order to the security of the United States and to the peace of the wprld more than six years as secretary of state in a time of in ternational stress and national peril he met the gravest import with wisdom judg ment and courage Tirelessly striving for the ideal of peace he has steadfastly insisted that true peace can exist only with justice He worked and lived in the con viction that freedom will prosper only as men are willing to devote the same supreme endeavor to the waging of peace that they have given to the works of war No man could do more than John Foster Dulles to exemplify this be lief His faith and his vision inspire all who love freedom ANDREW ROMANCTK brither of John Romancik of Graceton passed away Monday at the French Hospital in New York City Friends will bereceived at the Hallow Funeral Home City after the boon hour on Thursda A complete obituary will be c ried in tomorrows Gazette 1963 to 714 per cent The big independent rail unions strongly backed the bill and claimed enough support in con gress to have overriden a presi dential veto The railroads opposed the bill as too expensive The govern ments Budget bureau also op posed the bill in testimony before Congress The railroads said the new law will cost them an extra 120 mil lion dollars a year immediately and eventually 250 million dollars a year Many deep financial trouble in recent years and the industry gets spcial government financial aid The pension checks of about already retired railroad workers will go up from to a month under the new law Payments to wives or hus bands of deceased workers will be raised from to a month The jobless benefits are extend ed to as much as 52 weeks for veteran employes They previ ously were limited to 26 weeks Tnis extension is retroactive to AP A disk last year and some workers idled Close Vote For School Directors Continued From Page One tion to the school board vacancies In another writein effort Fred Barletta received 159 votes to be come the third Dernocrat nominee for White Township school board railroads have been in James L Watkins became the jockeystudent turned off his recduring that period could get back ord table today and with a yawn payments of more than each claimed a world record for stay ing 210 hours His claim I I i however is challenged by at least DOT L 6 1 tvun rtirt irvlrmc I ill Wl brought this conference Turnpike the Berlin crisis provoked by the of the county The United States delegation is sjons Tuesday held county rightto authoritatively reported satisfied Memorial f A J tjf I j f Everett was a steady votegetterjWork ordinances were an invalidwith the measure of its cooperai throughout the district Barkley invasion of state jurisdiction j tion with the British here rolled up votes and Everett But the 42 decision in a Trinity British sources conceded some County appeal in effect gives usdifferences of emphasis had di1 Also making an impressive bid a state righttowork dejvided them from the Allies in re for the nomination was G Stephendared an employer attorney months Edwards of Marchand He even Socalled righttowork laws tually finished third but he was inj labor t L C SeHu ower WASHINGTON But these were resolved by the Eisenhower today designated Me morial Day Saturday May 30 as a day of prayer for permanent on earth a proclamation the President several were tention From the very outset his membership in unions results were ominous He eventual The decision established a new explOlt ly finished fourth with ruling case on organizational pick Cjeman rDther GOP commissioner in California Gromyko sterns to have set out nu t Qvl i apparent FrenchWest Smce we must seek to know about he Brit o uuvui HIC ish Some officials consider he has to tccompIiA the Almighty God and since The court in a t seeklng deliberately to believe lt to be His wiU that reversal Alfonso DeGaetano Indiana former decisions declared thl an that he has a eartn snau s 676 Lynn Shields Banks Township State Labor Code makes ilieeai dal relationship with Lloyd irevailt u sr that for dlvlne hl Richard D Kinter Rayne Township and Carman picketingof The Americans have Britain peace on earth shall some day we pray Major said he set out to beat the claimed world Accord of 203 hours and 24 minutes set by Jim Austin a Springfield disk jpckey Two disk jockeys claim longer periods of sleeplessness Dave Hunter of Jacksonville says he was awake 225 hours Don Tucker of says he went without 225 hours Rumble11 In Norfolk Squelched Democratic nominee for White Township Supervisor by defeating two other party hopefuls for the township position Ruth A Anderson was the un opposed GOP candidate for town ship auditor and Robert G Benton was the unopposed Dempciiatic nominee for the same bffiee Teenagers NeedBetter Preparation EDWARD J HARTNETT of 926 Oak Street passed away in his home Monday evening May 18 Born in Johns town son of Michael and Catherine McAleer the deceased had been a resident of Indiana for the and operated an a J Repair Shop in Friends are being at Sutila Funeral Home 888 Wayne A Funeral offered for him at 9 a m in St Catholic Church The Father James Brady celebrant Burial will be in St Bernards Cemetery Rosary will foWiim Wed nesday evening at 8 by th Catholic Daughters Americ V MRS AVIS BIRBUMSHAW EV ANS Ma haffey R D passed away Wednes day May 20 at in the Clearfield Hospitjal after a ling ering illness She was born 1909 in Mahaffey daughter of Robert and Tillie Mepkley Bir bumshaw She is survived by her and one son Randy of Mahaffey R sister Claude Wright of Mahaffey Friends will be received at Mc CardellPyott Funeral Home Burnside after Thurs day Services will be held at the Funeral Hdme on May 23 at with the Rev Dewey Hone officiating In termentwill follow inIOOF Ceme tery Burnside GEORGE SPACE 81 of Cora passed away early Sunday morn ing at his residence He was born April 16 1878 in Austria son of Andrew andMary Vargo Space His wife Mary WasselSpace preceded him in death on Novem ber 15 1950 He is survived by one DENVER Colo AP Teen George Anna Opsitnick u vraU agers need better preparation than they now show if they are to beJ came mature parents who can raise a generation of future citi zens in whose hands the survival of mankind may depend the Na sons and and tional Congress of Parents Teachers was told today Evelyn Milljs Duvall famiNr Prime Target Of AFLCIO WASHINGTON APMfhe AFL CIO announced will fight on family life said todayVTeen the Senatepassed labor control agers are getting married and bill in its present form The big having children in larger num labor organization promised ajbers and at younger ages than ever Yet she said a re cent survey showed high school students failing miserably on ques tions about childrens develop ment vigorous battle to get the ure changed inthe House George Meany AFLCIO presi dent read to newsmen a statement adopted unanimously by the fed erations executive council the un organizations top policy group Meany said the AFLCIO will actively support legislation propi specific education for it she erly drafted arid appronriate td asked help unions curb corruption But he sad amendments written inio the bill in the Senate would ham Far more teenage she said break up in divorce annulment and separation than per union activities and v er than encourage democratic NORFOLK Va gangion procedures all for marriage Force Carriages tyi ls in charse of arrangements Involving about 100 Meany declined to go into frequent in the teen years any other age group Statistically the teen years are the riskiest of OlairsvUle Paratas at Wednei day at the Honpre TThe Rosary siety of St Maryv Church will meet hnfme at Wed nesday Hallow Funeral Home Homer been asfor hel whlcn tne families of men in justice and in whitft stuftents was squelched by detail on particulars of the Senatej have a high failure rate So do a world police Tuesday mght shortly after passed bill Dick White Township to become union members credit to the Soviets i Prospe Adding to the confusion of the in effect Sis gves boost trade trade aienea oy a teiepno election was the prolonged wait of rightfawork law said Nathannow in Moscow has no1 designated the Officers closed m so c election officials at the courthouseBerke California Assn of Fmpolitical significance the beginning in each i that some of the nvalgang for the rPtums nf inHisnVc cm cans were told locality at 11 oclock as the time bers never had a chance to adolescent k rebellion alliances started Thirtyfive were picked up provisions will be outlinednot nor ever for the returns of Indianas Second ployers attorney ijjolice alerted by a telephone tip i when he testifies before the House J so quicklyj Labor Committee in early June mem It was indicated however the ofj its notquite as broad as the proposition voted down in Novem locality at 11 oclock as the time bers never Md chance to swing AFLCIO opposition centered Ward and the two precincts White Twp v j W UUVT II 111 Races for the GOP but its jnighty aydUor and district attorney noml Justice Roger J Traynor disl NEW YORK AP Frances in the balance until senting strongly from the majorieconomy is improving to the ex late in the morning ty said the four justices had tent it might be able to lend Most of the delay u White usurped legislative money to the United State a htehlatl rtWM reported stemmed from the live court testing ofthe county French official said Vodav 2r teavy balloting in a school board measures started before the 1958 j Antoine Pinay minister of ftfal t i election campaign in which a nance and economic affairs Hi proposition wassmiied as he nTce he i to unite in prayer I call upon the newspapers ra bloodied ip short fight dio television and other media of j was treated a hi information to assist in this ob over hjs telft eye a Others were bruised and ground a socalled bill of rights to the bill in the WILKESBARRE Pa play Parenthood is too often thrust Blame Purnell a upon tnvimmature couple not at eyed blonde from West all ready for its responsibilities i Tuesday night was Babies born to young mothers a hospital for a cut by Sen John L McClellaa jArk whose Senate committee has the President said j Officers recovered knives clubsdug out many labor corruption And I urge the people of theand weapons at the scenedisclosures u might be able to lend j United States to join with one anof the fight near Granby High Meanys statement followed by MO the United States a high other in asking our Creator to one of the citys two largea few hours an announcement by n Official said todav sinw uhitA hirh srhnnle i Ron Parrnll n right decided until when a top issue White first pjecinct turaedl Democrat Edmund in its results Walter Work Rochopposed it and Mills edged out formership William stow His benediction upou our fallen heroes and in beseeching white high i Rep Carroll D RPa e scarcely out of adolescence lack the nurturing of full warm moth erliness that comes with maturity The young working to help support the young family her toofrequent separation from old er family members who tradition1 ally helped raise the children and Pennsylvania at other won They wereMrs C Lebanon Poiicewerf tipped that a fight that he was offering his own verithe young husbands were tested for fas to be staged between a groupsion of labor control legislation tion with his own striving as home and outside ailed the Outcasts and two Kearns said hill would nn vnunv man maka tn inmaaca and poise and oersi Joseph of Charleroi and1 six grandchildren A son Michael passed away on February 14 1956 Mr Space had lived in Coral for the past 36 years andwas a former resident of Greenwald He was a retired coal miner a mem ber of St Marys Greek Catholi Church Homer City v Friends will be received at his late residence House 79 in Coral Servides will begin at the residence at followed by Requiem High Mass at 10 in St Marys Church Homer City Thursdayr Have we any reason to expect May 21 the John Baycura the teenagers to be prepared Interment WH follow in parenthood if they had little or Simn 3nd Jude Cemetery in a Him to give us the strength to was to be staged between a groupsion of labor control legislation tion with his own striving as aimy nome and outside activ he made the remarkgo forward in confidence withjcaUed the Outcasts and two Kearns said his bill would help unyoung man make to increase thelUes P9se and personality i Arriving at idlewild Airport what we have come to think we other groups the Knights and ions do their own hazards ofparenthood as tftdays Mrs Purnell now wijl compete ne wanted to stress that heknowand in the right God gives1 the teenagers find Against 48 other stale titlists for not come here to ask for us to j njoved in the youlhsi Spokane Two giant Mrs America honort Fprt i disappeared in autoc Later electric niotors have The only mica mill now operatlauderdale June 1123 developed by Tlie state and national pioneers about to selectthe nations top house used in wife are sponsored by natural gaf lanterns jcompaiues   

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