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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                tEDOY Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family fwsfolhds ftfif lift to the world need rntak coat but mink No GOP CIS IS BUS are some of thfe 20 passengers aboard a Cleveland Transit item bus who had to gd under water to get out of the bus and onto the roof They were taken off by boats The bus had been swept down the street by the flood waters A utility pole kept the bus ffom going into still deeper water AP Meagy Says Employers r EoHflelle President George Meany today accused the nations employers of declaring war on labor He rejected an implication that iri a speech here Monday he had called for a political declaration of against the By J M HIGHTOWEK GENEVA AP Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei f urromyko today blasted the Western proposal for a united Berlin as a plan that would endanger peacein In a speech to the Big FOUB foreign miriistefs conference Grorriyko denounced as use less the seyenpoint program spelled out Secretary of State Christian A Herter last week for merging East and West Berlin The debate became unusually bitter on the Communist side In secret talks the Soviet Union and the Western powers are argu ing over the possibility of working out a stopgap arrangement to end the Berlin crisis East German Foreign Minister Lothar a slashing at tack on alleged Western sion and espionage operations in Berlin and argued that the city is East German territory He said West Berlin is a powderkeg which can ignite a world confla Vi j t Belle one time Pittsburgh financier charged with fraud says Meany also had accused the ad ministration of applying pressure he will abide by the decision of against wage boosts now on the Washington officials on his ap1 ground that Jhey would lead to peal from the revocation of his inflation passport by the U S State Dept Belle made the appeal Monday In anhourlong closed hearing in office of U S Consul Malcolm allam in the U Embassy here But before the hearing start ed he said I want to returm home to Pittsburgh very One newspaper bannered its story of the speech with a large headline saying Meany calls for war on The papers story said Mjeany called for labor to de on the administration because of asserted unfair fed eral government pressure and propaganda against unions and He added however that it was heir aspirations for higher wages impossible since his wife Naomi Is expecting a baby in three weeks and is unable to He said he does not want to leave country without his wife Was ordered to surrender his passport Ho the U S Consul at Rio de Janeiro validating it for travel only to the United States Belle re f u s e d claiming the State Dept had no right to revoke it He has applied for a perma nent Brazilian visa If the Bra zilian Justice Ministry turns down the Belle would be given time limit to leave the country However should Belles child first before any action Is taken oh the request Belle would be protected by the Brazilian con slitution forced ttf Belle says however that he does not intend to use this provi sion in the constitution which holds that parents of a Brazilian born child cannot be forced leave the country H green purchases Easy Jewelry and working condi When newsmen asked him about his today inquiring as to what plan would be followed in waging war on the administration Meany appeared surprised must have read a crooked leadline We offered our hands to the employers of this country in a spirit of cooperation and instead of accepting our hand the em See 2 Col 2 Manslaughter TrueM The Indiana1 County Grand Jury returned a true bill yesterday against Rufus L Walnut JMijton on a charge of in voluntary manslaughter Lins was the operator of a truck involved in a collision with a xar on Route 22 in which two Indiana County men were Hill stamps dn all ed and a third seriously injured terms Rogers The case will be heard in the September term of court Me Reinstated In Pike Job HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence today reinstated G Franklin McSoriey as chairman of he Pennsylvania Turnpike Com mission effective immediately The action followed a Superior Court ruliiig last month upsetting McSorleys conviction on charges pif misconduct in office Fbrrner Gov Leader had suspended Mc Sorley as chairman Jan 23 1957 following his indictment by a Dau phin County grand jury McSoriey was removed from his post as chairman by the Dauphin County Court following his sentencing in August 1958 The Pittsburgh man was ac cused of illegally assigning a Turnpike comrrtission chauffeur to former Commissioner T J Evans of Coaldale after Evans had left the commission told Gromyko at4 flpie point You could assist Dr Bolz to familiarize himself with the basic documents concerning the unconditional surrender of Ger Ambassador Wilhelm Grewe ofi West Germany also addressing the conference at the Palace of Nations accused the Communists of carrying on mudslinging slanderous agitation and propa ganda since the beginning of the Geneva talks three weeks ago Grewe the West German envoy to Washington appealed to the Communists to drop such tactics and get down to the business of trying to narrow differences be tween Eastand West over Berlin and German issues Bolz made his charges in argu ing for acceptance of the Soviet proposal that the Western powers DRAWS SUSPENDED SEN TENCE Mrs Alice Jeaa Sut ton a 22yearold former bank teller nervously sits outside a Court room in Pittsburgh before she was sentenced yes terday for embezzling from the First National of Ta rentum She was given a three year suspended sentence fined arid court costs and or dered to make restitution of 062 Shejhad paid back the re Witephoto On Taxes HARRISBURG AP House Republicans decided at their caucus today to supply no help for taxes the leader ship announced Rep Albert W Johnson floor leader said the decision was so unanirrfbus we didnt even have to put it to a Rep Albert Strausser who an nounced last week that he wouldnt go along with his partys position on taxes did not attend the caucus He said he still intended to vote for certain taxes The GOP caucus decision ap parently spelled defeat for the three tax measures the Democra tic majority planned to bring to a vote later today Rep Stephen McCann House democratic leader said he needed to McSorleys sentence was for two to four months imprisonment and meeting a fine give up their occupation status Grewe said the Western British and re garded by the people of Berlin as protectors Bolz in an obvious reference to the American radio station RIAS in West Berlin declared West Ber lin radio stations are urging the East German people to take il legal aption against the Comma nist regime Bolz made probably the toughest attack yet heard in the Big Four uan Strikes At Business MANAGUA Nicaragua President Luis Somozas goyern ment fighting off a minor air borne invasion struck back at its business enemies today by sus pending allimport licenses This is a heavy blow for busi nessmen who must ship in al most all the manufactured goods they sell Some businessmen closed down their shops Monday in response to an appeal for a general strike The strike call was issued by opposition parties in an effort to force Somoza to reduce taxes and import duties Business went on as usual today and this capital was quiet This report on events in Nica ragua was telephoned to New York The telephone connection was then broken without explana Somoza Monday night promised annihilation of two planeloads of exiles who invaded Nicaragua just V bit of from the Republican sude to pass the bills bearing a total revenue po tential of 105 million dollars He announced that a scheduled Vote on the tax to gross receipts tax on utilities 3 gas been tailed off The 108vote Democratic major ity has by the pro longed absence of Rep J P Mo ran D Allegheny who recently had a leg amputated It takes 106 votes topass a tax bill Rep Albert W Johnson House Republican floor leader declined to comment on the possibility of any change in the previous GOP stand that Democrats should pass tax bills entirely with their own votes DOESNT KNOW HOW HER MOTHER WAS HURT Six yearold Nancy Hahseri breaks into tears as she sits on the wit ness stand yesterday during an inquest into the death of her mother Mrs Susan Hansen on May 24 When asked by Coro ner Walter McCarron if how hermother was she said no Duncan Hansen 28 yearold divorced husband of the victim has been charged by policewith Victims 100 Yards From Blast SCHUYLKILL HAVEN Pa AP A propane gas truck exploded on a traveled eastern Pennsylva nia highway today killing at least 11 persons Some of the victims were as far as 100 yards from the blast The tanker let loose and flames swept along the road like a ball of fire killing peo pie milling about1 a trooper directing Police Sgt Melvin Clouser report ed v Police said a tractdr trailer rammed the rear of the gas truck setting it afire It was half an hour after the crash while firemen fought the flames that the truck exploded Motorists who climbed out of their cars to see what was holding up the early morning traffic and just the idle curjous were watch ing at distances of from 100 to 300 f eet Aip the highway Some of them and a number of the firefighters were At least 15 others were injured 5 seriously Frank Toohey Pottsville Repub 1 See 2 Col 2 From Swimming Leaves Sickbed To Rescue Pair Grand Jury Holds Two District Attorney J Murray Bu terbaugh released today the trial list as determined by the Grand Jury that met yesterday afternoon Scheduled for trial beginning next Monday afternoon are charges against two men John Pierce Rpssiter is scheduled for trial for operating a motor vehicle after suspension o his operating privilege James Barry Rochester Mills RD 1 is sltftd for trial on three counts of receiving stolen property When the boys came back short time MINNEAPOLIS Minn A Minneapolis woman lft a sick bed Monday night to rescue one of police Before officers arrived two boys who scaled a fence to i one boy came to the told get to a swimimng pool at her I Mrs Hawks his pal was at the home after they had been warned bottom of Jhe pool away earlier ow Although suffering from the flu he is Mrs Stanley Hawks who Mrs Hawks dived in and pulled ed in to rescue John OConnor John out Her husband justre 7 found lying unconscious at covering from pneumonia called the pools bottpm The boy wasthe fire department rescue squad reported in critical condition atjUntil it arrived with oxygen i tanks Mrs Hawks applied artifi respiration Police said that General Hospital Hawfes yicje president and retary of the Minneapolis Star probably saved the boys life Tribune Wid he bjd spotted Hospital aUewJants said Joan Crawford SaysNot Broke HOLLYWOOD AP Joa Crawford says she isnt broke no even in this tinsel town wher only one swmming pool is a sig of near poverty The actress answering a news paper article that she hasnt a sou to her name gave this fi nancial breakdown from a soft driok firm more for Truman Out Of Hospital KANSAS CITY r vlrs S Truman will be re eased from Research Hospital his week to return to her home n nearby Tom Fawlknfer public relations representative of the hospital said Monday that MrsTrTrumans con dition is very good The 74yearoldlwife of the for mer President underwent sufgery For of a breast tumor May 18 The tumor was not malig nant from neighboring Costa Rica Government pui the invasion force at about 75 and Somoza called them and traitors Hearing Set In Shooting OfSheriff PITTSBURGH AP A cor oners inquest has been set for June 11 in the slaying of Sheriff James R Lauer of Northumber land County Allegheny County Coroner tyil liam D McClelland set the date Monday just before police turned up the 38 caliber pistol used in the killing The weapon was found trampled in the mud near Pine Valley Creek where convicfJohn Francis Butler hid after the fatal shoot ing last Wednesday Butler was being transferred back to prison here in an auto to finish a sentence for armed rob Horse Racing Bill Ready For AnotherTry HARRISBURG horse racing referendum bill was ready for another try for passage today in the legislative derby But there was no assurance that it would run let alone that it would gain approval by House members On previous occasions support ers have postponed a showdown at virtually the last minute It happened again Monday when Rep H J Maxwell DWestmore noting the absence of four potential the bill for another day Maxwell who is sponsoring the measure said he would try again today The prospaeu were that if the bill isbrought to a vote it will face the same fate as has befallen similar proposals defeated in pre vioud sessions That seemed certain after Gov lican reporter said parts of bodies streWnWer theSilghwayV partner photographer Vince said the was as sickening as anything he had seen in military service State Trooper Earl Klinger an See On 2 Col 1 Rebel leader Enrique Lacayo bery when he and Lauer tangled arfan declared in San Jose Cosfor possession of the sheriffs gun Farfan ta Rica that a revolution broken out against the Somoza dictatorship with fighting at sev eral points A Nicaraguan rebel radio broad cast heard in Costa Rica claimed the rebel fighting force totaled 421 persons and included students from U European and Latin American universities There was no confirmatiqn in Managua how ever that the initial force hadj been swelled by additional inva See 2 Col I had The weapon discharged fatally wounding Lauer Butler gave himself up Thurs day morning after several hun dred policemen searched all night for him in a wooded area where he hid He is being held in county jail pending outcome of the inquest Lawrence said he would veto the bill unless the date for the refer endum on the question of legaliz ing pari mu t u e Ibetting was changed to a primary election rather than the November elec tion When Maxwell tried to amend the bill last week to have the ref erendum at the 1961 primary Re Additional Diagnosis For Long GALVESTON Tex sianas ailing Gov Earl K Long described Monday as somewhat resistant to psychiatric examina tion faces another round of diag nosis today Doctors emphasized that the governor was not under restraint or medication The 63 has given no hint a physical breakdown might force him to resjgn a nephew Sen Russell Long said Monday njght He is responding in some ways but he is somewhat resistant to more thorough Dr John B Truslow said in the latest of several guanded statements about the Louisiana chief execu tive In reply to questions Dr Trus low told hewsmen Gov Long was not violent and had not been con fined in a straitjacket Thegovernor a brother of the late Sen and Gov Huey P Long flew here Saturday and entered a private psychiatric clin some help iromlic at John Sealy Hospital Dr him off See AdditionalPage 2 Col 1 alter jthey eye jadicited the fence were lad struek bis oa the1 being on the companys board fiplus her movie earnings Inside The Gazette SPORTS FIGURES TWO of Indiana Joint High School athletes are featured with story and sports page 10 POINT OF William IngersoH discusses taxation in Pennsylvania in his column on editorial page 6 Other Features Comlcf u 14IS Edltaritl Swciety Car Victim Not Serious Linda Lou Gaston 19 200 East Grant is reported today in satisfactory condition in the In diana Hospital with injuries re ceived yesterday afternoon when she was struck by a car Indiana Borough Police report the young lady was struck in the crosswalk at the intersection of Philadelphia and Sixth Streets just before 4 by a car operated by William Bouch 23 Starford Space Trip Not Operation Kills Monkey Able WASHINGTON onej of the two monkeys which rode a missile 300 miles into space died Monday night while under going an operation for removal of a recording instrument The Army said death did not result from any effects of the flight itself The 7pound rhesus monkey a passenger in the nose cone of a Jupiter rocket on a space run Thursday died at the She received injuries to her Medical Research Labora right hip right elbow and back According to police she was tory Ft Knox Ky The Army said an electrode used i car involved was headed east The mvratnr nf thn rap saiH crossing Philadelphia St north to recording the monkeys physical south in the east crosswalk The condition during the flight had Homer City Legion party up bushes and tossing them into pool bottom when either dived Bight 59 regulars 55 midgets pool He chased them away fell i 245xH WEATHER Partly cloudy and cooler tonight with a few showers Low to night aear 50 Wednesday fair with little temperature change The operator of the car said he didnt see the injured woman un til it was too late to stop been implanted just under the skin It was decided that the electrode j should be removed The Army said there was no Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed ttx indication that the animal would riot be able to withstand such I minor During administration of an an aesthetic it was noticed that ttto monkey suddenly developed a rap id and convulsive heart action Attempts were made at artifi cial respiration but the monkey died at The cause of death was rapid and convulsive movement of the heart following v the administrat tion of the lightsurgical anesthe sia and was unrelated to its re cent the Army said Abies body is being sent to tht Armed Forces Institute of Patholo gy ior study The other monkey passenger pa the historic flight was Baker squirrel monkey weighing f pound   

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