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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY T Aft Indiana County That Serves Every Member of the Family ill have troubles And ttevet tet rid of them by telling them to others EDITION Volume S Twentyeight Pages Two Section Seven Cents Gromyko West May OK Cut In Berlin Forces If Soviets Prop Threats By JOHN M HKiHTOWER GENEVA Western officials said today the nited States Britain and France may be willing to cut their force in West Berlin if theSoviet Union agrees to drop its threat to the city SovietForeign Minister Andrei Gromyko was reported to have given some signs that the Kremlin may be willingjto drop its demand that the Western powers give up their occupation rights in Berlin Gromyko according to informants has in the last few days shown some elasticity in his attitude but the highest leaders do riot know whether he yet has instruc flions from Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev rfJ Union Vote Slated At UmtedDoor A vote for a bargaining union will be conducted at the Indiana Aplant of the United Door on June 16 This was announced today by Lee Hoover United Mine Workers of America District 50 field Rep resentative at a meeting ofthe National Labor Relations Board in the Clark Building in Pittsburgh The election will be conducted in the local plants lunch room on Tuesday June between 7 and 8 3r30 to 4 H District SO of the UMWA is the incumbent representatiye for workers The Union of Electricians ia the Petitioning union and As sociation of Machinists is the in tervening This gives theilocal the opportunity ofselecting any of the three unions named 6r voting for no union at Between 38 to 40 persons hired the local aluminium door com pany prior to May Kwho did not start to work that date will be vote subject Gromyko has been put under heavy Western pressure to Come up with concessions that would in effect clear to asummit meeting Secretary of State Christian i A Herter and British Foreign Secj retary Selwyn Lloyd are I ported to feel that some progress SignolsHeord Only 13 Minutes Satellite With 4 Mice MICKEYS NEW Mic key Rooney announced yester day he has married blonde star let Barbara Thomason above in Mexico She is 22 Rooney who currently is ap pearing at a Las Vegas night told newsmen he and Bar bara were married in Mexico before his previous wife divorced him in California MickeyS fourth wife Elaine Mahnken di vorced him on May 18 This picture was made a couple of years ago AP Wirephoto to challenge reportedly have been for voting by District the plant but the other are opposed to their rigKf to vote on the selection of uniou representation Truck Death Toll Reduced POTTSVILLE Pa AP Po lice today reduced the number o dead in Tuesdays explosion of propane gas truck from 11 to 10 Fifteen others were injured in th blast on a busy eastern Pennsy vania highway near here A police spokesman explaine hat investigation disclosed parts f a body identified a monogramed cigarette lighter and a previously unidentified head turned out to be the same D RayErb Pottstown Pa Complete identification was made by Erbs brotherinlaw Charles Hartenstine Identificaton of the head was made first by acquaintances of the victim who saw a picture published by the ottsville Republican Harten confirmed it as been made It is still very entative however and Gromyko ould switch Here are standout points in top evel American evaluation of the onference as it nears the end of ts fourth 1 The Western powers are mak little progress in getting iromyko to move toward some ind of Soviet guarantee of the ights of the Westernpowers in West Berlin the major objective of Herter Lloyd and French For Minister Maurice Cduve de A Soviet pledge woufd weak the back of the Berlin 2 Western powers have tolc Gromyko that they would ared to put a ceiling on their forces 3 Herter Lloyd and Couve de rturville are fully agreed am so advised Gromyko in their secret talks that Western troops in West Berlin do not serve a much as the purpose of symbolizing Western protection of West Berlin 4 Gromyko has been told re peatedly that the Western poweri will not give up their basic right in Berlin and they will not agrei to admit Soviet troops to share in the occupation of West Berlin 5 One sign of progress is tha both Gromyko and the Western Big Three have been exchanging talking Such documents do not represent policy commit ments Their chief value is in get ting propositions down in writing One of the perhaps the most important is a fourpoint Western formula introduced Wednesday for negotiation of an WWII B24 Bomber In Desert WIESBADEN Germany special team of investigators las been charged with looking in o the wartime crash of an Amer can Liberator in the 2StageThor Missile Fails AIR FORCE BASE Calif Fotir black mice blasted aloft in an Air Force attempt to1 return a living creature from a satellite for the first time apparently didnt make it i The Air Force wanted them to orbit the earthin a satelj lite Discoverer III for 26 hours then parachute in their airconditioned capsule However something went wrong The twostage missile roared into space Wednesday afc sched uled and sent back radio signals for 13 minutes Then the signals stopped The Air Force said it has heard nothing since The 78footlong projectile was presumed to have burned up on reentering the atmosphere It was considered highly unlikely that it j could have escaped the earths pull because ot speed factors I Planes had been poised to try a difficult aerial catch over the cif ic But officials had given them only one chance in 700 of succeed See 2 Col 2 See 2 Col 1 Afott stine House Poises Mine Seal Bill A bill authorizing the State De partment of Mines to seal aban doned coal mines yesterday passed the House of Representatives and now faces State Senate Action Rep William G Buchanan R Indiana County was one of three sponsors of the bills Others are Democrats Orvansek Kornick Fayette and Flynn Appropriations for the biU have already been provided in the budget for the present biennium Buchanan said the bill authorizes the Department Qf Mjnes to go ahead with such work where it is 4fc the interest of public welfare Alice Logon Dies Mrs Alice M Logan one of In dianas bestknown and oldest re sidents passed away early toda in Indiana Memorial Hospital The woman was the widow of James Robert Logan i An obituary is published in to Jys Gazette Trailer Court nspection Asked HARRISBURG AP Trailer courts in Pennsylvania will be re quired to undergo inspections and acquire licenses new reg ulations approved by the State Health Board Dr Charles L Wilbar health secretary said Wednesday the rowing number of trailer courts and increased use of house trail ers and mobile homes the regulations necessary He said certifications will be issued only after sites have been evaluated and approved by de partment sanitarians Libyan desert 16 years ago the Air Force reported today It said the discovery of the big bomber in the trackless wastes has presented one of fhe greatest air mysteries of modern times The World War II craft was dis coveretrrecently lying fully visibje on hardpacked sand 380 miles south of Bengasi by a geological research teamxA a prospectingoil company The geologists reports have been verified in a ninehour recon naissance flight of an Air Force rescue plane According to the Air Force an nouncement today the question facing investigators is whether any Of the crew survived If arethey If not where are the remains D Fuller and Mrs Wesley A Neep of the Army Mortuary Service plan to go to the scene to find an answer The Air Force said the Liberator styows little sign Nomadic triesbmen who roam the desert apparently had never seen the plane Flight gear and fatigue clothing still hang from their original places inside the plane Water jugs are still full Guns and ammunition are and so are papers and logbooks The log which did not name the vanished crew showed the Liber ator had done a total of 160 hours flying time before crashing early in 1943 The Liberator Technical Iroubleln 5 Flight FINAL make the final adjustments on the completely assembled recovery capsule for the Discoverer III sent aloft at Vandenberg Air Force Base yester day with lour mice aboard Note the beacon lower left and parachute in center of assembly which are part of the recovery capsule The capsule did not go into orbit U S Air Force Photo via AP Wirepholo EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE Calif difficulties Must GiyeBlue Cross Kills 16 Hurts 200 today forced postponement until at least Friday of a scheduled first free flight for the rocket ship X15 had been scheduled for today but a 24hour delay was announced this The sleek black arrow expected ultimately tocarry a man at to a height of 100 miles is to be dropped from a mother ship at feet for a four or five minute glide to earth The X15 will carry no fuel Test Pilot Scott Crossfield will be at the controls He is expected to make a cquple of s turns to check the hydraulic controls be fore bringing the plane in for a screeching skid landing at 230 m A B52 eightjet bomber will cut the X15vloose from under its right wing over Rosamond Dry Lake 17 miles from where the rocket plane is expected to land at this desert test center 100 miles north of Los Angeles HARRISBURG said today he hi insurance Commissioner n6 alternative but to was part of a large bomber fleet operating from North African bases inWorlid War II The Air Force said it probably was turning from a high altitude mission against Naples when it crashed under undeter mined circumstances Chevalier S green stamps on all purchases Easy terms Rogers Jewelry tfx VIENNA Austria French star Maurice Chevalier 70 is confined to his hotel here with a severe chest cold and his doctor is flying in from Paris to treat him a Paramount Pictures spokesman said today grant partial rate increases to Blue Cross plans which serve the majority of prepaid haspitalizatton subscribers in Penn Saying the plans face an impossible Smith eclared I have no alternative but to grant rate increaseswithin eason and place the cost on groups most able to bear He explained that the groups consist mainly of employed per sons who belong to organized Blue Cross units They are for the most part young persons who are able Award Bikes Crossfield North American Aviation Co test been in the X15 cockpit on four captive flights locked under the wing Originally it was planned that the X15 would be taken on only one captive flight and then go into See 2 Col Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx Steel Union Exec Board In Session NEW YORK AP The 33 member Executive Board of thi United Steelworkers of Americ meets here today in the midst o stalemated contract negotiation n the basic steel industry The session might well shap up as a demonstration of solidari Inside The Gazette VFW Indiana VFW State Golf Tournament is scheduled for June 12 13 and H Bead details of this match on pages 18 and 19 JPETEH EDSON SAVS Peter Edson raises the question Can Castro profit from Mexicos 15year See editorial page 6 Ofher Features Mirror fi y tyelfty TVIUdJo IS Fair and cool tonight Low in the 50s Sunny and warmer Friday with increasing cloudiness Hifb 80 to 86 ty like the one the steel compa nies made last week at the annua meetig of the American Iron Steel Institute Elvis To Keep Tonsils For Now FRANKFURT permany Slvis Presley will keep his ton sils at least for the present the 3rd Armored Division an nounced today The singer was admitted to the Armys 97th General Hospital Wednesday suffering from ton silitis Today a spokesman said ic had a throat infection too and the length of his stay would de pend on how it responds to treat ment There is no question of a tonsillectomy the spokesman added Elvis a specialist fourth class and jeep driver in an armorec division platoon was Hospitalized Wednesday night with fever after The Indiana Lions Club and the Indiana Eveqing Gazette announc ed today they will again GUAYAQUIL Ecuador counted 16 ead and nearly 200 Injured oday after two nights 6f riot ng which degenerated into ooting Wednesday night The rioters burned down he headquarters of the se urity police in this big tro pical port city and sacked ibout 40 s t ore s two big markets and an orphanage About 100 persons were caught with looted goods They were ailed for trials by courts martial et up under the martial law de reed throughout this predomi antly Indian nation by President Camilo Ponce Col military ommander in Guayaquil said he situation finally was brought under control at midnight with he help 6f university and high chool Students The students had started the rioting Tuesday night n a war against the police When the students realized hat the mOb jvas engaged in wild ooting they reacted patriotically and gave us their Pineiros said The situation be came exceedingly serious but was finally brought under coni The renewed rioting grew out of funeral services for six of the eight persons killed in clashes Tuesday night Military authorities ordered a 10 curfew for the city of Ecuadors largest Presi dent Camilo Ponce earlier put the nation under openivf law deems great if popular and democralK o prevent The army general in ng over command country appealed to Workers o remain calm t and be led astray by agitators 4f The general staff said 5ft a com munique that it hafd proof of a dangerous subWrsivfe plot that may hreaten the very existence of the Ecuadorean It See 2 Col 1 he had trouble breathing The rock V roll singers secretary jcent said it wasnt known yet how contract to afford increases he said Asked if he would allow all of the sizeable rate increases sought by four of the states five major Blue Cross plans Smith replied Oh He declined to estimate how large the boost would be Smiths comments came as the last of the plans the Associated Hospital Service of Northeastern Pennsylvania prepared to pres ent its case for a per cent rate increase at the final session of a threeday hearing j The Hospital Service Assn of Western Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Wednesday night completed its tiling for increases of 33 per cent on its 2190 contracts and 42 per an improved standard long he would be laid up See 2 Col 2 in giving away six bicycles during the Fourth of July Celebration al the Mack Community Center From now until the Fourth cou pons will be printed inside the Gazette Any boy or girl under 14 years of age may clip these cou pons and deposit them at Mack Community Center on the Fourth whenthey attend the Lions Club Celebration Inorder for 3 child to receive one of these bikes his or her par ent or guardian must be presen along with the winner The winners are selected by pulling the coupons out of a cpn tainer Three girls bicycles and three boys bicycles will be given awaj at various times during the da from morning to evening Only the coupons printed in th Gazette can be accepted how ever any boy or girl may deposi as many coupons as he or sh wishes The coupon may be found today on page 27 i Invaders Reported Nicaragua Boosts Army To Repel Rebel Thrusts Billion OKdForUS Space Race WASHINGTON AP An vestment of nearly half a billion dollars in the race for space su premacy won overwhelming Sen ate approval today This completed passage of a authorization for use of the civilian space administra tion during the 12 months that be gin July 1 The vote was 811 with Sen Al len J Ellender opposing The measure carrying the exact total recommended by President Eisenhower for the National ronautics and Space Administra tion now must go back to the House for action on several Sen ate amendments Congress must vote actual funds later in a separate appropriations bill Sen John Stennis floor manager for the bill told the Senate this probably would be the smallest of a series of annual civilian space programs over the next 5 to 10 years Costs are ex pected to hit billion within two years Three Of Four Convicts Taken DES MOJNES Iowa Iowa Highway Patrol said today MANAGUA Nicaragua AP government was takingAmerican States OAS to three of the four convicts At that meeting heads of the Nicaragua began doubling its1 foreign correspondents today toivene The OAS met Wednesday tojwho escaped from the Iowa peni major steel companies united in army today in the wake of inithe area in south Nicaragua where i consider Somozas appeal for help tentiary at Fort Madison Wednes support of the industrys call forjvasion thrusts by opponents of i the rebels landed from Costa and set another emergency ses a oneyear freeze on wages and DictatorPresident Luis Somoza The army has said only sion for today The buildup of the nations about 75 rebels i landed and that The Nlcaraguan day have been captured employe benefits as a move to combat inflation The union is seeking a substanthough it was officially announced tial wage increase and other bentne small band of rebels who in The fourth convict was being Ambassador I sought in a wooded area near armed forces got under way even they were on the point of SevillaSacasa relayedGeorgetown in southcentral Iowat tion But in San Jose the Costa Rican efits It contends they can be vaded by air over the weekend capital the Nicaraguan rebel lead and n longer aer Enrique Farfan tothe OAS his governments re port that three yachts from Cuba carrying revolutionaries from various nations were nearing the the patrol said Details of the capture were not immediately learned The fugitives are Lloyd Wood granted without an increase in Was fleeing steel prices danger i claimed that strong contingents of I Nicaraguan coast json 38 Qumcy Albert Boer Todays meeting was announced The government said it was farmers were joining the Some people in Managua werejger 26 Kansas City Robert by the union president David adding men to the National j He said a national guand force had suspicious of this report But the Janes 24 Cedar Rapids Iowa McDonald after Wednesdays ses1 the nations army which been ambushed in Pozote Canyon ambassador to Nicaragua land Elun Girdler 23 Peoria sion of the fourman negotiating already numbers about acand a large amount of military Thomas E Whelan was quoted j 111 teams representing the union and lives In addition guard re equipment captured A rebel radio by the Columbia Broadcasting the 12 largest steel companies Jservists are being called up for i broadcast said the rebels had sufi System as saying it apparently Lions Club Recordthoa The board was expected to give training fered no more than six casualties was tnie 01V 3 ll McDonald head of the union ne To support its claim that the Somozas government also was Cuba opposed the OAS which j Free record every See Page 2 Col 4 j airborne invaders were ob the pi essing for the Organization ofj Se 2 Col S i   

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