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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County Nawipapw that Ewry the Fantflr 4 u j 4 W f V i V Indjaiia May 21 Ask Soviet Proposal Oh Germany Hit By West By JOHN M HIGHTOWER GENEVA AP The West today feted the Soviet Unions proposal for a confederation of West German and Communist East Germany with a declaration it is impossible to confederate a system of freedom with a system of Y Ambassador Wilhelm Grewe of West Germany carrying i forward the Allied assault oh the Soviet plan for av peace settlement each side of divided Germany toldthe Big Four conference the confederationlproject was designed to jmpose political paralysis on West Germany The proposaKof a German con federation does not contribute to the reunification of Grewe asserted but to post ponement Us prevention and over and this to the political paralysis of the Federal Repute Grewe said explanations of the overall peace plan offered by So viet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro mykq in the conference Wednes day were in some respects wel comedby WestGermany He welcomed Gromykos assur ances that the Soviet Union would not insist on immediate withdraw al by West Germany from Us po litical military and economic ties with the West But assurances on such points could lead to a new misunder standing he said if theycaused Says Firm Stands On No Hike1 WASHINGTON Jjpard chairman Roger Blough said xiay the company will stick to its stand there should be no hike during 1959 in either steel labor costs or steel prices Blough said the Steelworkers Union boasts its members are al ready the bjestpaid in the nation and the worlds He contended any increase would be inflationary and cause unemployment He made no immediate v direct eference to steel wage tions now going on in York The head of the steel producer jn remarks pared for a National Press Club never be accepted by Western added so long as it while profits scale have stopped growing He said as inflation has ghrought demands for more wage Tiollars in recent years it also has meant corporations must have more profit dollars in order to build new plants and maintain squipment Less profits mean fewer tools poorer he said And this ih turn means less efficiency higher production costs higher prices shrinking markets diminishing purchasing fewer jobs declining in lustrial and a dangerous impairment of our national secur ity profit means more and better tools of produc tion which in turn will provide for greater national growth wth ex panding opportunities for jobs and the strengthening of our na tional Blough said upward spiraling American wages are putting Americanindustry behind a com petitive eightball with regard to lowwage foreign countries In the four months for last December through March he said steel im ports exceeded exports for the first time in modern history And that of course is another good reason why U S Steel has publicly stated there should be no increase in steel employment costs steel price this year and that we will exert every effort to avoid Attack Fata I To YoungMan HOMER CITY Mutchka 32 reportedly died suddenly terday evening of a heart attack jThe young man was unexpected y stricken while assisting his brother with the construction of a house f The deceased was a son of Mr f Mrs Metro Miartchjko 255 East Elm Homer Atty Buterbaugh Thanks Voters I sincerely voters who supported me ao4 congratulate w Thomas Malcolm my successful opponent tor the Republican non pig Four ministers See HerterPage other it at e a turnt Col AF Recovers Nose Cone CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP Air Force hurled s a tiny nose cone of the future miles down the Atlantic today and re covered it intact tour hours later the second consecutive time the Air Force retrieved a nose y The Air Force annpunced some eight hours after a powerful two stage ThofAble rocket blasted aloft that reentry and impact of the cone was spotted by a plane uising near the impact area Nrthwest of Ascension Island The cone which carries some of the secrets for protecting the warheads of ICBMs of tomorrow hoistedt aboard a vessel part of search fleet that render launching Thor t i nor miSSIle vjiajii topped by a Vanguard second Galveston was damaged stage roared nn at iiA o m Port Bolivar was without stage roared up at and was in sight for more than two or telephones for time minutes Once the cone blazed back through the earths atmosphere at speeds close to a parachute plopped out to ease the descent The warhead was sub merged a floating balloon The searchers were led to the spot by a radio transmitter and signal lights carried in the recoyi ery package It was the eighth ThorAble launching in 13 months A similar recovery attempt was successful on the last ThorAble launching April 8 This followed six unsuccessful recovery tries with this 80foot missile HOFFAAt CONFERENCE James E HoffaV Teamsters Un ion president gestures during news conference at the Fair mont Hotel in San Francisco yesterday He denied he had threatened a nationwide strike in reprisal for proposed restric tive labor laws during speech Tuesday before a convention of longshoremen at Brownsville Tex AT Hurricane Force Winds In Salveston GALVESTON Tex Wind blasts that exceeded hurricane force ripped parts of Galveston to Two fishermen were missing The storm struck from a line bhat spread destruction from near the Mexican border east to this coastal city Two men who went to check their fishing lines near Galveston remained unreported late in the Gromyko to believe that his whole morning and were feared drowned plan jvas more acceptable It can The wind tore down an over sized sign called a spectacular on Galvestons Pleasure Pier in the exico Pa State Police In WYOMING Pa AP Pennsylvania state police to day arrested three men in volved in the investigation c of the alleged 1957 gangland convention at Apalachin Y Carrying warrants from Southern DistrictCourt of New York state police rous ed from their beds Russell Bufalino Kingston James Dsticb Pittstbn and Angelb Sciahdra Wyoming all in Luzerne County The raids reportedly were part of similar actions against 26 men from New York to y The three men were charged with conspiring to obstruct justice by refusing to reveal the true na ture of the Apalachin Bufalino last April was ondered deported as an undesirable alien by the Immigration and Nat uralization Service imjnigra tion order also was a result of the Apalachin conference whichL Bufa lino attended Police allege that some 60 men attended a gangland convention at the home Joseph Barbara in Apalachin The three men Bufalino 0stico and Sciandra were slated raignment before a comitiisj sioner at Scrariton day i Bufalino athis deportation hearing he visited Bar baras home in 1957 strictly social basis it f t r rj months declared it buld vwithstand winds of fcV 75 to l The winds blew a aground sank fishing vessel virtually destroyed three homes and caused widespread lesser de struction in Galveston and imme diate vicinity Some residents said the storm descended in what they called a big black rumbling One resident on a peninsula near Galveston declared It definitely was a v I heand it said Mrs Jerry Simpson of Port Bolicar It sounded a jet plane A house was picked up and a house near where I live was moved 40 feet Weather Bureau men officially clocked winds at Galveston at 87 well over minimum hurri cane force On Bolivar Peninsula nearby winds were estimated at 100 Railroad cars were blown off the tracks at Galveston Two youths not immediately went to check their crab lines in the Port Bolivar area shortly before the storm AieOl UULt JTcnucZ MIC Okwiii near the impact area The struclc were reported missing 1J The Continental Grain Co dock LOS ANGELES sources say Force hopes firefour mice into orbit around the earth later recover them intact Western Aviation magazine stat ed Four will ride as pas sengers abpardj a Discoverer III in a launch from Vandehberg Air Force Base with an attempt to be made for recovery of the pay load capsule near The LOST Angeles Examiner said thelaunching would possibly be today Air Force officials released no information If the mice do go aloft they Will be the first animals the Unit ed States has tried to shoot into space and recover Discoverer II was launched April 13 from Yandenberg 150 miles northwest of Los Angeles Air Force iplanes Hawaii were poised to recover the satel lites payload capsule but a tim ing device failed and the payload wasnt dropped until the satellite was over the arctic on its 17th pass The nose cone was believed seen without powerj Spitzbergen Is land north of Norway A wide spread search was made for it See 4 Col 9 MISS INDIANA COUNTY OF 1959Miss Mary CoUege is the new Miss Indiana County Here she poses for Qaypoole left who held title 1957 and burgh will represent the county in the annual Miss Pennsylvania photos on societ ae and first V photos on society page and first second section t h i Bk M Named County At Carrizo miles 4 Col 7 Miss Mary Louise Tarn blondhaired and blueeyed senior at Indiana State Teachers College last night was Indiana County of She succeeds Miss Darlene Claypoole A daughter of 7Mr and Mrs Lee W Tarn Pittsburgh she in competition with eleven other candi dates and will represent the area at the annual Miss Penn sylvania contest PITTSBURGH Fisher auditorium drew the largest r crowd m its rivevear historv Banks Give Merger OK of Peoples First Trust Co and the Fidelity Trust both of Pittsburghr have ap proved plans fora merger The banks announced Wednes day the new institution to be named First National Bank of Pittsburgh would as sets of almost a billion dollars It would be the 28th largest bank in the United States and one of the nations largest trust companies The merger plans call for Frank E Agnew Jr president of Peo ples First to become president of the new institution John A Byer ly Fidelitys president would be come board chairman will be submitted tor approval by stockholders of both banks and the Comptroller of the v Boudouin Chorms King Lets Hair Down To Hollywood Court Upholds Conviction of 2 PHILADELPHIA U S Third Circuit Court of Appeals refused Wednesday to reverse the two Pittsburgh union porter he Baudouin the bache lor King of the Belgians has let hjs royal hair down m bjs current visit to the United States Seldom has a visiting monarch so charmed the people be met Aides said the slender King be gan to loosen up a bit in Texas sorry I didnt get here when it was still the biggest he Still bis to the wovie wolf whistle jwood director At a luncheon Baudouins until danced ner was actress Debbie Reynolds nolds Maria Cooper daughter of who kept up a running conversajGary and Cyd Charisse tion with him She was later as At Disneyland the following day tonished to hear that he somejthe King really had aball He times is called Baudouin the Silent rode in the engineers cab of the Wd Disneyland Railroad said Debbie The King Grand Canyon and took the helm interrupted bis Bplitsecond schedl of the Mississippi River stern to return with Debbie and wheeler and even sounded the u wemocrauc measure races a never met a more charming that traverses a diorama of the certain veto if it is enacted with aj the ounty heir loyal Ford to the set where they steam whistle working As he left Disneyland he asked support at the recent election A B3ra4e oj H limousines plus that all of Ihe police and chaufappreciate your help and support a iquadroq of njotorcycle officersjfeurs who had escorted him very much Umousine On through southern California be hfjpoafided to Miss i lined Then he vyajked down wish line thanking each one with a S LI LOUS Demos Fight Reduction In Housing Bill WASHINGTON House Democrats riding high after an initial victory over administration forces fought today to prevent cuts in their omni bus bill On a key vote Wednesday the House slapped downPresident Ei senhowers supporters by killing a proposed substitute for the housing measure brought to the floor by House Banking Committee Democrats The vote was with a co alition of Republicans and South ern Democratic conservatives on the losing side Miss Tarn who stands fivesix and weighs 126 gave a dramatic reading for her talent presentation She is pursuing a career in speech teaching Runnersup in the contest were Miss Judith Ann Lloyd Whitajcer and Miss Dolores Fundrella Vandergrift Miss Fundrella was named Miss Congeniality by the contestants The girls were judged on per sonality intellect appearance in a swim suit talent and appear ance in an evening gown The con test is held under the rules1 of the Miss America judging Miss Tarn will receive an ex See 4 Col 2 Better Behove SALT LAKE CITY Utah AP student newspaper at Butwords Jer Elementary School printed Willard Crackdown Underway By Teds By DANIEL NEW YORK AP Th power of the federated gov ernment today was turned upon the notorious 1957 un derworld convention at Apal achin N with 27 dele gates indicted on charges of consipring to balk probes of it Arrests of the defendants quickly got underway Many already were in trouble and some in jail as a result of re fusal to answer questions of various investigatory agencies The crackdown wals the result of nearly a years effort by a spe cial crimebusting agency set up by the attorney generals office with teams of agents work ing across the nation The Apalachin delegates came from many cities and authorities have been struggling since the very day it was held to try to peg its purpose The general opjn ion is that it was for tightening or altering control over a vast empire of rackets Participants have given probers no satisfaction in interrogation after interrogation Thus the fed eral indictment apparently was a sort of lastditch means to jail them and break up their Opera tions if possible1 All 63 persons who attended the conclave were named In the in dictment but only 27 end ants The as spokesman said a person Mined See Carpenters In Canaveral Power Move CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP carpenters made a show of strength on picket lines today in heir effort to stop all union ty at the missile test center The move appeared to have lit tle initial success as workers of several unions streamed past the picket lines to report for early shifts at the launching area and Patrick Air Force Base s A Carpenters Union official said towever that this demonstration was designed merely to show the Carpenters are determined win their wage dispute with con ractors working at the military installations He said the Carpenters called a meeting of business rep resentatives of all unions employ ed at the test center for later to day and that they will be formally asked then to take their men of the If completely successful a sym strike could affect men An estimated 80 of the 115 Caiv penters Union members manned ive picket lines urging other workers to leave their jobs In the previous six days of the strike only one or two pickets paced at each of the entrances to the launch area and air base Many of the pickets echoed the of Carpenters negotiator some poems offered by the young ic losing Slue r vnt juuug Yvcuiujsuay vyerp reatiy in piwJv Some cuts below the amountstersIncluded was this one by at this place for six months it fho Rtinbinn Robert 01 Sen proposed by the Banking tee seemed likely before general passage however The public housing features of the measure were sure to come under especially sharp attack Irom many Democrats as well as Republicans The bill would au thorize public housing units a year for four years Neither the Eisenhower program nor the de icated substitute proposal pro vitied for such structures There were GOP warnings that1 the Democratic measure faces a Robert Olsen Satellites are red Rockets are And if you dont behave Ill send you up re v Hoose who said Wednesday Were ready to pick Van Hoose made the statemenl in calling for all unions to join the walkout and announcing that pick et lines would be reinforced ut change i Wish to thank all of mv friends Inside The Gazette INSIDE Eisenhowers leading role in the struggle with labor is the topic of Victor Riesels column today on page 6 INDIANS The Little Indians defeated Kiski Piep the detail on sports page 22 Other Luther S Williams lamp Mirrur three of fun hearty same with the pjess He did the Market 4 for 236x1 31 S6 T nigbt he attend1 1 want to come back PartftjjS ifcf iwme Holly he said r nod time Your Dairy Queen store is run ning chocolate Wed and i Variable cloudiness warm aud humid tonight sad Vsidyy showers and scattered thuadershowers Low tonighi 64 to fifl   

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