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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That SeVvet Every Mem knows when hes wntess hes of the Family EDITION V6lum0 Sixteen Pages Pennsylvania Monday Jurist Two Sections Also Seeks Debt Limit Boost t Ike Asks Interest Rate Hike Oh Savings Bonds WASHINGTON PresidentNew Republican onto have much difficulty in winning Eisenhower asked Congress House Banking Committee to remove the ceilings on interestsaid Eisenhower was right fates for government v savings Brands and other longterm obliga tions and to boost the limit on the cause to get the money needed in terest rates must be raised When this Congress shows evi approval of an increase in the debl ceilingfrom the House Ways and Means Committee where such a request had been anticipated The committee planned tentatively to national debt Jdence of trying to keep a sound meet Wednesday to consider El Eisenhower said tile Treasury dollar by cutting spending prol senowers request In previous actions some com mittee members even suggests mat the requirement for a be abolished altogether This time however the deb limitation request is expected t afford committee Democrats the opportunity for a fulldress review of administration fiscal and taxing plans if Congress permits toigrams youll find confidence in raijse the rateoh savings togovernment bonds coming back 3 p6r cent from per piping out of the limit on Treas ury bonds which run five years or and interest rates coming Kilburn added Rep Wright Patman DTex an mcjre to maturity he said w6uld influential monetary spokesman give greater flexibility to federal if or House Democrats and vice financing The present limit is per cent There is no ceiling Pbdi mds of less than fiveyears ma iliMf i tutity chairman of the SenateHouse Economic Committee said there is no excuse for higher interest rates except to give the bankers Eisenhower also proposed that and bigmoney lenders a larger Congress hike the permanent na tional debt ceiling from the cur rent 283 billion dollars to 288 bil lion and boost the temporary main cause of inflation be share of the national Announcing his opposition Pat man said higher interest rates are from 288 to 295 billion policies This was indicated recently bji Ways and Means Chairman Wilbu D Mills He said he would have public hearings when Secre tary of the Treasury Robert B Anderson brought the request to Mail jcause they increase all Hill In the pastthe com mittee has dealt with the debt limit in short perfunctory ses sions frequently closed to the I I a special message to Concosts and priCes gress the President said these Rep Roman C Pucinsfci DIJl steeps are necessary for successsaid in a statement prepared for management of the publicfthe Housg interest debt how at a record 286 billion j rates could well mean the be dollars ginning of the end of our free en The immediate reaction to Enterprise system by driving busi senhowers proposals on Capitolness and individual borrowers out of the market r The President was not expected Hill was Rep Clarence E Kilburn of From Sub To Base In Florida JACKSONVILLE Fla Navy today made the first successful delivery of U S mail by a guided missile The missile was fired fr0m a submarine at sea the iNavys auxiliaryv air station Treasury said that if Conat Mayport Fla at the gress permits it will offer 3 per pouthof the St cent interest on alh savings bonds near Jacksonville public stAd after June 1 Officials said all series E and Se 2 Col 2 Supreme Court OKs Pa Limited Road Act XI 5s First WASHINGTON State of Pennsylvania wpn in the Court today its legal battle with prop erty owners challenging validity of the states Limited Ac cessHighways Act r V The high court held unanimously that a special three District Court in Pittsburgh which found the v unconstitutional should acted on the case oi iDt tnc court perly barred enforcement of the Pennsylvania law Justice Douglas said in a sep Glide Flight Said Success EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE arate that he pit the property owners were en titled to a declaration by the low er court as to whether access to aj highway is a property right for whifch compensation must be pjiade under the federals consti tutions 5th Amendment That amendment applies to he liking of property without just compensation It is made applica able to the states through the 14th Amendment Under the Limited Access Highways Act enacted in 1945 a regular road near Pittsburgh was to be turned into a limited access highway as part of a new air jport The objecting pro perty owners had lands along the regular They said the change would deny them access to the parkway and some would have no means of access 16 any public road The land owners won from the ipecial three judge Pittsburgh court a decision that they were entitled to compensation The spe cial court said the state act did not provide for compensation and t therefore violated the due pro cess of law guaranty of the IKS Constitution An injunction also was granted the property owners Pennsylvania officials in ap pealing to the highest tribunal said the Pennsylvania Supreme ourt had affirmed the avail abil ty of state courts to determine ihe issue of damages and had up held validity of the 1945 act i Reactor Fuel ToNUMEC Nuclear Materials and Equip ment Corporation NUMEC o Apollo has received a con tract to provide about 15 tons o enriched uranium dioxide U02 powder for use in the fuel of the Yankee Atomic Power Reactor V M Shapiro presi l of NUMEC announced tha order was placed by the West inghouse Electric Corporation Th reactor is being fabricated by for the Yankee Atom ic Electric a combine of New England utility companies It scheduled to go into operation late in I960 at Rowe and wil generate a nominal net electrical kilowatts The U02 powder will be enriched 100 miles high at miles an hour successfully made its first glide test today Postmaster General Ar thur E Summerfield an nounced the successful deliv ery at a hastily called press conference an hour and a half after a Navy Regulus I was brought in to Maypprt The distance traveled by the missile was not disclosed The Navy would say only that the 60 foot missile was fired from inter national waters off the coast meaning more than three miles out The cargo of letters includ ed one addressed to President Ei senhower Other messages in thecargo all from Ppstmater General Sum merfield were for members of the BLIMP HEADS FOR OVER mounted aboard trucks set out yesterday on a land and sea journey to Lakehurst N J lor re pairs Throttling traffic and awinjspectators enroute to Fore River shipyard rtear Wcymouth the blimp will be loaded a oard two barges and towed by tug to Toms River N where it will be trucked againto A brief announcement said members of Congress thing went planned j justices of the Supreme This means the ship was drop ped feet from a B52 governors of all American states and territories and the pastmast mother plane glided for four or ers oi the 99 other nations five and landed on a are members of the Univer lake bed Veteran engineer test pilot Scott Crossfield at the con trols The dartlike black craft carried no fuel and landed on special skids It has made four previous cap slocked under the B52s wing The glide test had been delayed by various failures of electronic equipment Later this year the X15 will un dergo tests with jet engines Next year allout flight with rocket engines is planned sal Postal Union The missile was fired at and landed safely at the department said Summerfield describing the event in a telephone conversation with the Washington Evening Star said it was a dramatic sight He reported the wheeled missile made aperfect landing on the run way trailinga parachute to slow it downJ The weight of the payload was not immediately disclosed but Summerfield said postal workers were ready for it They unloaded the mail proc essed it and sped it on its way Of Poisoning Indiana Burgess G W Marbach said today he would prosecute any persons found placing poisonec food in open places in an attempt to kill dogs or other pets if he had to take it to state authorities His alarm at poison food left in an open place came today when it was discovered that an unknown person left a piece of poisoned meat on the porch of the George Kosanovich residence 1442 Gdmp ers Ave Indiana Borough Police were summoned to the home when the meat was discovered in an open place with a blue colored powder on it The will be turned over to state officials Burgess Marbach pointed out that this incident could have ended in the poisoning of children in the THE dismembered and carefully crated blimp Lakehurst Naval Ail1 Station lor itSiepairs AP Wirephoto Soviets Said Trying ToSi Crisis All Dead Mexican Nationals Ariz Sixteen farm laborers killed and 32 others Were in jured when a crudely fash ioned bits crashed into a tree and exploded near Phoenix today The Arizona Highway Pa trol which had difficulty de termining the number of bod ies in the twisted wreckage listed these figures as official but said there may be more dead All the victims were can Many of the injured were re ported in serious condition with burns and broken bones The patrol quoted the driver Nato Manuel Gloria assaying he dozed at the wheel Gloria said he had been feeling sleepy and was going to stop i at an intersec tion 100 yards ahead to turn the driving over to his assistant The driver escaped serious in jury The workers were en route from a labor office at Mesa to garlic fields at Tolleson west of Phoenix Patrolmen said the driver Nato Manuel Gloria apparently fell asleep at the wheel while taking the workers from the farm labor office at Mesa west of Phoenix to fields at Tolleson east of Phoenix The truck which had been con See All DeadPage 2 By JOHN M HIGHTOWER GENEVA Soviet Union today appeared trying to sidetrack Big Four negotiations on the Berlin ciisis by driving directly for an agreement to hold a sum mit meeting Western officials insist Berlin comes first Secret exchanges were to resume today as the foreign ministers fifth week of negotiation An Ameri can informant said the talks still trie Soviet threat to Berlin which has hamstrung the parley from the start The apparent Soviet strategy for the final stage of the confer ence emergedin statements by Premier Nikita Khrushchev and a spokesman for the Communist East German regime They seemed to rule out any radically different instructions to Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro Bride 82 Both Happy I I Dayton Man 91 Weds 4th Time DAYTON Life is beginning at 91 for David J Coleman The retired Dayton foundry own er yesterday was united in mar riage with the former Mrs Carrie Kiehl in quiet ceremonies here The new Mrs Coleman is 82 The marriage is the fourth for Mr Coleman and the second for Mrs Kiehl The worlds full of women and theres no use being without the nonagenarian repeated in dis cussing his latest venture into matrimony Both Mr and Mrs Coleman en joy good health mind is as alert as ever and hes still a spry Mrs George Coleman a daughterinlaw from Punxsutawney said in de n the fissionable isotope U235 scribing her fatherinlaw per cent Uranium in its natural state Shapiro ex plained contains only seventenths of one percent of the fissionable ingredients from which nuclear bride Earl Stockdale a NuMine jus tice of the peace officiated at the civil ceremony in the home of Mrs Hobart Brocjous a daughter of the power is obtained The powder is After the ceremony the couple produced by NUMEC from eniejt for riched uranium hexafluonde a Dayton gas supplied on lease by the US llets assemble the pellets into Fuel elements and fabricate the fuel elements into the completed Coleman former owner of the Dayton Foundry and Repajr Shop is still active at his home here activity is confined nuclear core Dr Shapiro pointed out that this Much of order illustrates the Pittsburgh arjto Ws eas leadership in the commercial Last year he dug 89 feet of atomic power industry This is ditch put in the tile and then the only locality in the it George Cole he said which contains facilities man a son stated DAYTON NEWLYWEDS David Coleman and his 32yearold bride viTr Photo by orea Bonus By Fall Is Goal ARRISBURG Ijigible for the Korean War bonus rjom the state may start receiv ng payments by autumn The governor has given pay njent of the bonus top priority uid we are shooting for payments o begin in the early fall pos ibly Robert A iristie program evaluation di cctor in the governorsOffice of Administration Christies remarks were made iturday following appointment of idward F Ryan of Lewisberry rork County a the Korean War Bonus BureauRyan will be paid annually An estimated Pennsylva a veterans are eligible for pay nwntf ranging from a minimum to a maximum of de pending on length of service and daty station between June 1950 afid July 1953 A onecent cigarette tax to pay off bonds for the 150 million dol myko Khrushchev said in Budapest before returning to Moscow that EastWest accords undoubtedly will be reached at the summit even if no agreement is achieved by the foreign ministers The Soviet premier displayed confidence a summit meeting will materialize by advising the gov ernments of Finland Denmark Sweden and that he may have to postpone the Scandinavian tour he is scheduled to make in See 2 Col 3 bonus went into effect last Monday Christie said the states Univac be used to speed the pay ments and that some 60 employes will be hired for processing Well start hiring as quickly s we find quarters for the bu he said Meanwhile state Robert F Kent said he has yet hear from the governor on the sale of the bonds The treasurer aid he was concerned about the timing of the bond sale in order to benefit by a favorable market for both the conversion of uran ium hexafluoride into enriched nu Hie 91yearold man is the fatherburgh rication of complete reactors on ing including George Punxsutaw a commercial Mt and William PittsIdren born to the union inneighbor in Dayton plan to live eluding Mrs Brqcious of Dayton i quielty at Mr Colemans home v of eight children all born to his His third wife passed away last Homer Toledo Mervin New Two are on iecenjber Kensington and Claude Pittsthe calendar Mrs Coleman Mrs KiehPs first husband died burgh be 83 in December and Mr Cole The couple introduced through a man will be 92 in November lear fuel materials and the fab first wife Four sons are still liv1 December jney Edward Pittsburgh Daniel almost seven years ago Four coil Clymer Project Hearings Set HARRISBURG State Highways Department today offer ed to hold public hearings if re quested on planned road improve ment projects in Centre and Indi ana counties In Indiana Cpunty they are pro jects in Clymer north to the Ma rion CenterEast Mahoning Twp line to near township Road 501 In Centre County they are a le gislative route in Ferguson and Harris Twps v United Door Marks In Indiana 1 i United Door Corporation Alum inum Fabricating of Pitts burgh and Window Corporation of America manufacturers of Season al storm screen windows and doors will celebrate their second anniversary in Indiana with a company picnic for all employees and their families The picnic will be held at Idlewild Park on Sat urday June 13 Robert Luedy gen eral manager indicates that a pro gram of games prizes free tick ets for amusements and refresh ments will make this a gala oc casion On May 26 a pay Increase of per hour for male employees and per hour for female em ployees became effective in ac cordance with the companys con tract with District 50 United Mine Workers United Door has gjeatly exceed ed the expectations of Indiana citi zens who purchased some in bonds to help bring this com pany to Indiana s In its first two years of opera company has employed nearly three hundred people All of these employees reside in In diana County During these first two years the company has paid in wages a total of to its employees in Indiana This money is spent for the most part in In diana County and has been a great benefit to our community United Door hopes to go into an expansion program within the next year and feels that upwards of 500 production people may be em ployed if business conditions in their industry continue to improve and the company continues to have stable labor relations S H green stamps on all The hearings would be limited to jthe economic effects of the propurchases Easy terms Rogers Treasurer ppsed construction I Jewelry tfx Pistol Chomp HERSHEY Pa AP Sgt eon F Wrona of the State Police Training School at Hershey is the orces new individual pistol champion Deans Restaurant 533 Phila St close for employees vacations June 8 Will open June 15 at 6 255x Homer City Rifle Club party to nite Mon tfx Inside The Gazette TUSCANO Penner Tuscano Lucernemines defeated Indiana in a Greater Indiana County League game See page 10 SPACE AGE Some seldomthoughtof problems of the space age are feat ured today on page 6 in the Boyle Column Offier Feafures Uaip It Mirror S 1415 Comlci 1313 CroMwordi EditurUl S UoipiUl IS Society 4 10U t Party tonite Catholic Center 250 WEATHER Clear and mild tonight Low 63 to Tuesday mostly sunny and quite warm a slight chance of rain High in the vp per 80s   

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