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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TtDDY ftor time for thild starts correcting thena to start the iv t County tfewtpapw Serve Every Member of the Fwnfly j I Velurtir I Twenty Pages Two StateMandated Rise In Salaries Fire Safety Improvements Blamed ihe of Pennsylvania is having tax troubles of its own but it canalso be labeled the major cause of a proposed three mill Irjdiana Borough school tax in crease An increase from 22 to mills was included in a tenta budget presented at last nights meeting of the borough Stays S t0ial the proposed budget are while the budgeted expenditures for the current school year were Thus the Indiana taxpayers are faced with providing the school board with an estimated additional amount to run the schools during the coming year The majority of this increase is accounted for by statemandated increases in teachers salaries and statemandated improvements to three of the boroughs four school Dave Clear pf Neff Move HARRISBURG AP Feeli jg mounted in the Legislature today to suspend Samuel G Neff frcim his state post pending a probe of I political kickback charges an Beaver County In another action Atty Gtsi Anne X Alpern called the meeting in as many days on tfte charges i f Lawrence said he couldnt mafke any advance recommendations to William L Batt labor and industry secretary as to whether Neff should be suspended from Iris job as manager of the State Wcirk I mens Insurance Fund The kickback charges D J Neff were made in re DOafO leased last week by Aud GiBnJ Charles C Smith j Whether Smiths facts Will stand up is for the f f f i Of Official buildings According to Paul R Getts sup erintendent of Indiana Public Schools is proposed in the budget to make the mandated al terations to Thaddeus Stevens and Horace Mann Elementary schools and Indiana Boroughs share of the expenses to make mandated improvements at the high school building is This brings to Indiana See 2 Col 3 eral to the governor add v Asked about a move in the Lviig islature calling for suspension of Neff investigation of ways operations in all counties saidsf We we interestedvm having a See 2 Col 2 KoslpvAslcs Iks With Eisenhower I WASHINGTON AP Deputy Premier Frol Koslovt the Soviet Union has to meet with President Eisenhciwer and other top administration lead ers during a 10day visit to the United States Eisenhower is expected to grant his wish along with a request to undertake a coasttccoast tour of some halfdozen American cities in early July Koslov 51 a fastrising new comer in the Kremlin hierarchy is due tp arrive in New York June 25 ostensibly to open the Soviet National in the New York Coliseum The Soviet government appears to be making his visit a fbrmal one a titfortat exchange for one Vice President Richard M is to make to the Soviet Union July 25 f Nixon will open the American National Exhibition in Moscows Sokolniki Park While to the Nixon has asked f to be allowed to tour Soviet cities in cluding some in Siberia an area rarely opened to foreigner Top officials considering Kos lovs requests including pn ap pearance before an American tel evision audience recognize that their answer may well determine how much of the Soviet Uciion Nix on gets to see Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Menshikov formally asked the Department Friday to help arrange Koslovs trip Menshikovs move in giving lovs visit a formal character was in sharp contrast to the unofficial label put on a similar trip to the United States last January by 9 Deputy Premier Anastas Ji Mikoy See KoslovrPage 2 Ctol 7 NEW YORK board of directors of the National Assn for the Advancement of Colored People has ordered a sixmonth suspension of an NAACP official advocated that Southern Ne grdes meet violence with vS The action was taken Monday to Egainst Robert F DCI I C DtLLC x General Arthur E Summerfield fight nlaces a Iptfrov Tn President Eisenhower in a Regulus I missilefor subsequent delivery United State suS at sea to Naval auxiliary air station The experiment marked the first known official delivery of mail via missile At left from left Capt Arnold Schade Lt Comdr Carlos Dew USN NEA Telephoto Schedule HalfDays In 6 la directors here 4st night voted i It A CA J ill TIT t 1 I using SecondWard School r l Directors said they took the action father than spend thousands of dollars for repairs which were ordered to be sion ordered May Scpt X by the State feparikgntof Labor kins executive secretary of the lnclustry association following publication of Williams remark Conrad J Lynn counsel for Williams said the suspension or der would be appealed if possi ble to the NAACP convention here July 13 The board held that statements made by WiHiam May 5 carried views contrary to NAACP policy and can be used by segregation ists to spread the false impres sion that the NAACP supports lynching and mob Williams since has said that he spoke under stress after a series of court cases went against Ne gaoes State Jobless Toll Down Again HARRISBURG AP Unem ployment in Pennsylvaniai on the decline for months dropped another in reports L Batt secretary of labor and industry The reduction in May feft some Opens Academy CUIDAD TRUJILLO Dominican Republic Rafael Trujillo formally opened his coun trys new air force academy Mon day night The new school can accommodate about cadets and an equal number of enlisted paratroopers According to a sketchy history the school was built in 1898 William F Graff state building inspector appeared before the joint boards last night and outlined repairs which must be completed on other school buildings before school opens in the fall All the repairs to the other buildings are mare or less of a minor nature In conjunction with the report of the building inspector Joseph Je wart high school principal out lined a plan to setup the 5960 school term on a double shift ba sis necessary due to an increase in enrollment and the fact that the school system will be without a building due to state inspection Tentative plans call for classes to begin at and with dismissal at and A recent inspection of the school facilities by the State Department of Public Instruction found that Blairsville High School actually has only room space for 429 stu dents Last years enrollment was See 2nd 2 Col 1 Denies Plot To Have Wife PutAway MONTPELIER Vr 53 yearold Rahway truck driv er was jailed today after pleading innocent td charges of conspiring to have his wife killed so he could marry another woman Frederick had the port of his wife Florence as he appeared in Banre Municipal Court After the brief court appearance Mrs My husband is To Rescue 3 LOWER BURRELL Pa A chain reaction rescue attempt failed today and three construc tion workers drowned in an under ground sewage project 25 miles northeast of Pittsburgh The victims vere Falcon of New Kensington Mel War field of and Thomas Timurai 20 of JKinlock Pa All were employed by the George Tripp Construction Co of Pontiac Mich The making a final inspection of a 2JWoot deep man hole linking a line jFalcon started to descend apparently smelled fumes and fell into water about 5 feet deep Timura T ATAJ iiuouaiiu JE x uiiui a innocent My has always to his and he too fell no An rt A 1 rtf rt A itrn Ylf l J been wonderful to Rhein interrupted her by say ing You talk too much People up here eat this stuff He is accused of offering to Burt French who lives near the Rhein summer home in near into the Warfield the fore man started down fie struggled with the All three then dis appeared the surface By this time Bremen were on the scene They pumped feverish ly for 20 minutes finally getting f 111 JlWttl T by Middlesex to get my wife out the water level down far enough Dr frt 4K of the Overflow Crowd At Potty Sound Dollar And Plenty Of Them Ike Nixon Plan For 60 GOP Win to recover the bodies By JACK BELL WASHINGTON sound plenty of them avail able for GOP the prescription of President Eisen hower and Vice President Richard M Nixon for a 1960 Republican victory In a turnout that astonished its Pennsylvanians work or some per totaj labor force out of anrf unpunani cattle lor a banquet halls at a din ner Monday night honor party members of Congress who sur vived last Novembers GOP deba cle and many who didnt What seemed of more practical importance than anything said by either Eisenhower or Nixonor a of the long series of other ers was the solid Republicans that he is not fighting to balance the budget just to claim that as an accomplishment This he said is no effort to pinch pennies lost none of their enthusiasm for Eisenhower and can generate some o the same kind for Nixon The President and his wife were At this the President continued We are engaged in a highly important battle for a swamped with autogiaphic seekersJune 4 is jUsted today as slightly ii List Youths Improving Donald Verheyeh threeyearold Indiana RD 1 youth burned May 28 is reported today as improv ing in the Indiana Hospital The youngster was accidently burned about the body with gaso line and was listed in serious condition when admitted to the lo cal hospital James R Marsh 9 Kittanning termed critical of injuries he re ceived in a cartruck accident on By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA AP Western Foreign ministers were re ported deeply concerned to day dyer the that their conference with the So viet Union may collapse in Failure soon withoutagree ment either on Berlin prob a summit conference Skeretary of State Christian Hotter and French Foreign Winisjter Maurce Couve de WtUrville rate the danger of a Meakdown greater than does foreign Secretary S e 1 w y n Lloyd of Britam highly placed authorities said All three still hope that Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko will get instructions from Moscow n a few days enabling him to make lastminute concessions Herter particularly is now much less hopeful in this respec n view of statements made by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev in an interview published in Hungary weekend The ministers Ab9u to toughen their tactics in dealing with Gromyko They returned to another secret session at Herters villa They dis cussed the desirability of cutting he session short if the arguments EARL BELLE i in hot water again developed the same positions that lave been debated repetitiously or more than a week The prospect of a breakdown which apparently all sides still hope to blamed by West ern ministers on the Budapest nterview In this Khrushchev said hat if the Geneva conference now ails to reach agreement agree ment would be made atji summit conference and if the Western governments refused a summit be cause of a foreign ministers fail are then world opinion will see who is responsible for the collapse f the summit This was interpreted as a ma neuver by Khrushchev to begin to lin the blame on the West for whatever failures grow out of the deadlock over Berlin Khrushchev gave answers on the Berlin dispute itself which went eyond anything Gromyko had here Again the Western een able to say icse answers in iew pointed toward a potential Mitchell In Plea For Steel Action WASHINGTON Secre tary of Labor James P Mitchell called on steel negotiatorstoday to quit haggling in public and get down to bargaining a new laboj contract to avoid a July 1 strike You neversettle any controv ersy in the the Jabor sec jretary said at a news conference I hope this phase of the negqUa lions is javer and the ge down to intensive bargaining ant produce a contract before June That is when present steel In dustry pacts expire Negotiations have been going on in New York for more than a month Mitchell forecast that new job data to be announced Wednesday will show another jump in the na tions level of employment and a new decline in unemployment He predicted the new govern ment report will be extraordi narily but declined to go into detail Mitchells news conference was held shortly before he boarded a plane to go to Geneva to attend sessions of the International Labor Organization He is to address the ILO In further comment on the steel situation Mitchell restated admin istration hopes for a noninflation iry contract agreement He ex pressed hope that there will be no ensuing steel price increase Mitchell declined however to say whether he favors steel price uts orno wage increases at this reakdown Khrushchev time ridiculed the de who deiaved the start of the din ner program for 30 minutes Nix on outscored every Republican but Eisenhower in applause in cluding Sen Barry Goldwater of jjuries plus abrasions of the body Arizona the darling of the con1 lacerations of the knee and pos GOP members whosible rib fractures made up most of the audience In a statement Monday Batt attributed the improved unem ployment picture to normal em ployment sains in seasonal indus tries and to a continuation of the ifl manufacturing ojf durable particularly steefr ate unit that the dinner racked up more than QOO net for party purposes The two congressional promote an expanding economy and domestic prosperity This is a fight to make sure that a dol lar earned today will tomorrow buy for the housewife an equal amount of m tmiiuauji ui f gnjisyi To carry on this fight he chairman of the House GOP we wUl need But he j campaign committee as he who a do will succeed President Eisenhow The Marsh boy is confined to the Armstrong Hospital in Kittanning He received scalp and internal in Nixon was introduced by Rep Richard M Simpson of PennsylrlTSt I OOlh mand of the Western powers that he Soviet Union pledge itself to ecognition of their rights in Ber n and to a policy of noninter erence with access between West See Big 2 Col Mqn Said Not Guilty John Pierce Rossiter was ound not guilty yesterday even ing by a jury in Indiana County Court He was however ordered to pay the costs Pierce was indicted by the grand jury last week on a charge of operating a motor vehicle after the suspension of his operating privilege Mitchell said labor department economists predict the present stability in living costs will con tinue for at least four to six months He denied there is any incon sistency in his position on labor control legislation and that of President Eisenhower Eisenhower has said he favored the original bill of rights offered by Sen John L McClellan D Ark as a measure to promote union democracy The proposal was watered down before being passed by the Senate as part of a Democratic bill now being con sidered by a House Labor subcom mittee Eisenhower has said he deplored the changes Mitchell said that administration proposals do not contain a bill of rights as such but the administra RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil AP Earl Belle socalled boy wonder of finance in Pittsburgh has been accused efore police here with trying to float of stock in a company which had no assets and could not pay its bills Belle is wanted in Pennsyl vania on fraud charges He las been hving for a year in lio De Janeiro Brazil has no extradition treaty with the Jnited States and he cannot e compelled to return for rial The U S consulate or dered his passport surrender ed so that it could be used or travel only to the United States Belle has appealed and a decision is pending in Washington A Brazilian financier Roberto Cleal Lobo E Silva whose busi ness is floating stock in new com panies brought the new charges against Belle yesterday He asked the chief of police for a full in vestigation Lobo charged that Belle sent an emissary namedEctouard Sas soonto him last December asking him to float 32 million Cruzeiros of stock in a firm known as ma chines and Abrasives Co He claimed Sassoon invited him to a luncheon where the promot ers made him a vice president in the new company Lobo said he was taken to the site where workers were supposed to be digging Silica and shown big stocks but later learned he workers were hired for only iialf an hour while he was around and the stocks were nothing but sand Lobo said he bought about 100 of stock in the company front Belle and gave him a postdated check in payment Later he is sued nine other checks to Belle bearing future dates to be ex changed for the first one he had given But he said Belle kept the old one any the nine new ones and now is trying to collect on them all Lobo said he has stopped payment Belle told a reporter the charges were I didnt cheat Mr Lobo put of anything I couldnt have done t He was an officer of the com and I was adviser to he said Belle said Lobo asked him to eave the company because he had of the charges in Pittsburgh He said he got out when Lobo ave him checks for his interest ut found the checks were not ood No attempt has been made to arrest Belle Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed tfx termed a bill of rights House OKs Extension of Korean Taxes WASHINGTON AP The louse has voted again for con i corporate and excise tax tion bill as a whole contains union j rates that were set during the Ko i f K job He contended that for Repuber in the White House Ucans stable progressive The vice president told the din govemment for this country is the ers that tQ bf TAMPA Fla mile t to muscles for the which in the kind of a dinner said the made tradifor the stone in life Monday He had his lirst tooth extracted Maldonado will be 82 Thursday It didnt hurt at said the veteran must 533 Phiia St Inside The Gazette PIRATES The Pirates won an extra inning victory last night See sports pages 14 and 15 WHITE HOUSE The life of a White House correspondent is featured in the usual Boyle spot today on editorial page 6 Other Features w Busluem Mirror 4 u18 1617 EdUoritl Hospital Note i ObituarUi X Society uis 13 World Today ure The oneyear extension passed by voice vote Monday now goes to the Senate which is expected to pass it with little controversy It was the sixth time the House has voted for an extension since 1951 when the regular tax rates were increased Unless the bill is passed corp orate income tax rates automatic ally will drop from 5g per cent to 47 per cent on July 1 and excise tax rates will be reduced on cig arettes whisky beer wine and new cars and parts The lower rates would yield aboutthree billion dollars less year WEATHER Failand warm tonight Variable cloudiness continued warm and humid Wednesday with a chance of scattered afternoon High 82 to 88 S H green stamps 09 all Easy terms Rogeri Jewelry Homer City Legion party 55 midgets Early Bird   

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