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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY When a man has a consent ting in his cars it may be because Hes married Volume 252 An ittdkiia Counly Newspaper that Serves Every Member el the Family r in i nini Pages ndaiia 1 June 10 1959 CLEANUP 1 n May Employment Tot In US Reaches Monitors Must Act For Firing From Batt Criticized By Neff ment fell WOM4N COLLAPSES AS DIVERS RECOVER SONS BODYMrs Mary Ciesla is disappeared while m the water The body was located 100 yards off shore AP wiephoto Moratorium Proposa II I Fire Laws For Review The Pennsylvania Legislature may take a long look at the fire and panic laws that have been the the closing of many of the Commonwealths schools A jntroduced to day with bipartisan support which calls for an extensive revision and streamlining of the 1927 law and its subsequent amendments 9 William G Buchanan RIndiana County is one of four assembly men sponsoring the resolution Oth ers are Representatives Rovansek Farabaugh and Korns The resolution states to advances which have been made throughout the years in the designand construction of buildings and the rrieans of pro HJ lite VV powers tor a oneyear moratorium in the Berlin crisis wasi The ratio of unemployment rejected in the foreign ministers conference today U S Secretary of State Christian A Herter told Soviet foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko the United States Will never negotiate under deadlines threats or In a dramatic talk of a breakoff of nego appealed to Gromyko to reconsider the pro posal made GENEVA AP Soviet proposal to the Western Million Increase In Month WASHINGTON AP Employment rose by a million in May to a record for the month Unemploy by to Anriouncing the figures to day Secretary of Commerce Lewis L Strauss and Secre tary of Labor James P Mit chell said they reflected fur ther substantial improvement in the nations job picture An unusually large pickup in factory employment accom panied a May seasonal rise in farm work The May total of em ployed was the largest number of Americans with jobs fpr any of May It compares with an all time peak of set in July 1957 drop of about iy2 million among cratic t source the unemployed in the past year sources said However the Idle total is about higher than it was 1957 HARRISBURG G today bitterly criticized William L Batt secretaryof la bor and industry for firing him from his state post over allega tions of Beaver County highways irregularities Neff replied to his dismissal by Batt Tuesday Neff held the 000 a as manager of the State Workmens Insurance Fund Neff contended Batt was so eager to appease that he was not only willing to sacrifice an ad ministrator Neff who has served his department with integrity and efficiency but he was willing to any and all of the principles of an American her itage that a man is innocent until he is proven guilty in the court of his Neff criticized Batt for using a report of an investigation by a Republican leader as part of the basis or Neffs dismissal He termed Batt a political novice doubling in brass as the secretary of labor and Neff contended earlier he was tried and convicted in the news The dismissal followed accusa tions in a report by Republican Aud Gen Charles C Smith that Neff forced political contributions from contractors who leased high SAMUEL G NEFF political leader ousted way equipment in the county Neff said Smith is wrong in his Batt told Neff in a letter thai he was being dismissed immedi ately because the charges reflect derogatorily upon your ability to continue in public But Batt emphasized that the dismissal was in no way a re flection on Neffs performance as head of the insurance fund Meantime Beaver County Dist Atty Richard P Steward said he wanted to study Smithsreport thoroughly before deciding wheth er to file formal charges against Steward said he would make the study as soon as Batt said he would decide later on whether to retain Robert Yo ho a Neff aide on the insurance fund payroll Yoho served as as sistant Beaver County highways superintendent for part of the pe riod covered by Smiths report Smith had asked Lawrence to suspend both Neff and Yoho The secretarys announcement came after he conferred with Lawrence Atty Gen Anne X Al See 2 Col 4 Erhard Adenauer Quarrel Said Over BONN Germany Minister Ludwig Erhard and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer settled their quar Gromyko offered to hold upf6ri s year the Soviet threat to squeeze IICF the Allies out of West Berlin pro vided they started work on Soviet dictated terms for a German set tlement Moscow radio broadcast the So viet plan it had been revealed by an American spokes man Gromyko was quoted as say ing in the Moscow broadcast that the plan had been worked out in coordination with the East Ger mans to promote the success of the conference Gromyko formally presented the Soviet proposition at a semipublic meeting of theconference today after first advancing it at Tues days secret session immediately rejected it as wholly unacceptable He said unit tut 4JJwa44o LflU amvt Acting such buildings and theihe the Soviet government persons therein the same cannot woutd reconsider and drop the sons therein the same cannot be adequately governed by an act adopted over 30 years The aft governing building safe ty was passed April 27 1927 and is commonly called the fire and panic AirmanUy Nearly Dies In Balloon WASHINGTON Force scientist confided to tors today that a young lieutenant was nearly baked by mistake on volunteer balloon flight last Oc tober over New Mexico was part of our experiments r the man in space Dr Knox Millsaps of the Air Force Research and Development Command told the Senate Appro priations Defense subcommittee He wasup above feet for several hours and we were literally baking him at tempera tures of about 150 to 160 degrees Something went wrong with our calculating about insulation and Millsaps said Lt Clifton Mc Clure 28 who volunteered to ride the balloon last October from Holloman Air Force Base has since recovered and is enthusiastic to ride up McClure was not a pilot or bal loonist but since his narrow es cape has taken op flying Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed tfxi whole thing What the conference should do Herter said is pick up the nego tiations where they were and con tinue to seek an interim settle ment for Berlin He said he would like to continue the talks here as long as there is any real prospect of progress But he implied that there was no point in going on with the Ge neva meeting under the conditions created by Gromyko Andrew H Bending assistant secretary of state disclosing the Soviet offer earlier today said it lust have been introduced by See 2 Col 1 Official Dies Here Today James Loder Park a former member of the United States For eign Service passed away at today in Indiana Memorial Hospital following an extended ill ness He would have been 64 on Sun day Mr Park served in the foreign service from 1922 to 1940 and oc cupied various consular posts in Turkey Greece Aden Ethiopia Panama and Canada the labor force declined in May to per cent per cent in April and aJfound 6 per cent during last winter This is the first time the idle ratio has dropped below 5 per cent since November 1957 Factory worker earnings aver aged in May represent ing the first time in history the See 3 Col 2 The report came from a pafty caucus called to settle the Tb 1Jt T J IJ 1 t notimmediately made pia from Haille Sallassie for ex ceptional services rendered Mr Park in recent years had been a partner in the operation of Wake Robin Farm near Home A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette Retired Prof Dies Miss Edna Lee Sprowls former teacher at Indiana State Teach Ike In Plea To Doctors On Inflation ATLANTIC CITY President Eisenhower has called upon organiEed doctors to help write a preventive prescription against inflation in the same way they guard the nations physical health And one way he told the 108th annual meeting of the American Medical Assn Tuesday night is by charging reasonable fees for medicalcare He made no ac cusation that were charg ing unreasonable rates In his speech he hammered anew at what he termed the ur gent need for a balanced federal budget For those who will take the trouble to look there is no dif ficulty in seeing the relationship between fiscal responsibility and Mannarino LaRocca To Testify Two Pittsburgh area men Ga briel Mannarino and John LaRoc C3j reputed underworld bosses are slated to testify before the Senate Rackets Committee in Washington today weiii ThruJudge WASHINGTON AP The U S Court of Appeals today gave U court power to S District enforce its It was assumed Erhard had won his demand for a vote of confi denceto kill off what he called the historical lie that he was unfitted to become chancellor The West German governments portlyNo 2 man drove to the chancellery for the first meeting since Adenauer decided last week not to step into the nations presi dency Erhard had been the favorite Inside The Gazette CREEKSIDE PADS LEAD Creekside increased its lead in the Greater County League to 444 4 3fter SqUeezing past S sports ers College passed away suddenly I a successful meaningful life for yesterday in Washington Pa a11 in a climate of he She was a member of the Engsaid lish and Drama Department at the ai confident that you doc locaf college until her retirement tors as community leaders in great urban centers and in the villages and farm areas of America can do much to promote See 2 Col 2 Gas Explosion 11th in May 1943 A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette to take over the government His decision to fight on his return from a visit to Washington con fronted Adenauer with the sharp est challenge to his political su premacy sincehe took office a decade ago The big question was whether Erhard could muster enough sup port in the ruling Christian Dem ocratic party to force the Aden auer to loosen his iron grip As economic minister and the architect of West Germanys post war recovery Erhard is consid ered one of the partys biggest vote getters But Adenauer was strong enough last week to win the reluctant consent of the par tys parliamentary caucus to his change of plans Steel Union Asks Divided otiaiions NEW YORK United Steelworkers Union is seeking to resume companybycompany con tract negotiations between mittees next Tuesday This type of negotiation was abandoned a month ago Since then the talks have been con ducted by fourman teams repre senting the union and the 12 larg est companies in the industry Industry leaders reserved deci sion on whetherto go along with the unions request for resumption of companybycompany bargain ing Some sources believed the un ions maneuver was with the hope of finding one or more companies that would break away From the industrys solid front The companies have stood united in their demand for a oneyear Erhard conferred until early freeze on wages and other em this morning with Heinrich Krone See 2 Col 3 ploye benefits as a curb against inflation cleanup orders oh President James R Hoffa of the Team sters Union In a unanimous decision ihe appellate court said Dist Judge F Dickinson Letts was within his rights in modifying a consent order which term inated litigation to bar Hoffa rom taking office Under Hoffa was al lowed to take office but a three member board of monitors was set up to watch over the unions affairs and make recommenda ions for restoring democracy to he union In its opihion today the appel ate court said recommendations of the monitors are not selfen forcing but that they may go to Judge Letts for orders putting them into effect If Hoffa and the other Tearnjv sters officials fail to comply with the appellate court said the monitors may re port this fact to Judge Letts MThe court after affording a icaring to the defendant may ake any action necessary within he scope of its Judge Charles Fahy said in an opinion concurred in by Judges Henry W Edgerton and Wilbur K Miller In essence this means that Judge Letts may take punitive ac ion through Teainsiterr J mediate comment invcstiganon into the1 County Ind Committee Cbvihsel Robert F Ken nedy said that Wtainnarino and La Rocca are associatedjn a Pitts burgh area jukebox operation link ed to the Lake County industry How docs a criminal syndicate move in and take over an area of lax law enforcement Investigators promised to illus trate the operations of such a syndicate in testimony today be fore the committee The committee currently is con centrating on vice and gambling in Lake County which it says has been brought under the control of agents of the Chicago underworld Among witnesses slated for an afternoon session was Tony Pi nelli alleged overlord of gamlx ling operations in the county Pinelli has been described as a Chicago bookie now living in Sierra Madre Calif Also called to testify today were Tony Gruttadawro identified as a nephew of Pinelli and Rocco Schiralli deputy city comptroller of Gary Ind Committee Counsel Robert F Kennedy xsaid investigators had been unable to locate Schiralli to subpoena him for an appearance because the Gary official had gone on a sudden vacation Jurors Checked By State Florida Seeks Death Penalty In Rape Case TALLAHASSEE Fla The state moved today to clearence to the way for the death penalty ifschools itour white of apparent refer1disadvantage in checking out the segregation in public names of 100 new prospective jur are convicted Jury selection began after Cir j of the rape of a Negro coed Their cuit Court Judge W May Walker ors summoned two days ago S Gunter Toney attorney for Collingsworth said he felt his cli Word as to whether sfers will appeal to die Supreme The monitors which bad been holding off their reform moves See 2 Col 7 Starkweather denied the defense a postponeents case has been prejudiced be ATOMIC BOMB WORRIES Drew Pearson reports from Britain where he is attending a convention that the British people are worried over the threat of the atomic bomb See editorial page 8 Offter Features AU4Uns Limp Business Mirror Classifieds Cvwici M 3 Editorial Hospital Notes Obituaries Society SpurU World trial began this morning POTTSV1LLE Pa Addressing the first group a group j He also turned down a motion Atty William D Hopkins j for discharge of three courtap i appointed them at the vexy outset pointed psychiatrists who examJ was able to give them you have any conscientious ined Willion T Collingsworth one I worths side of the case on he fay nght in Pottsville Hospual of punishment is a proper pun Attorneys for all four youths gFavely and as at the in a proper case said public excitement arising got under By US Court WASHINGTON AP Justice Charles Evans Whittaker of the Supreme Court today granted a stay of execution to Charles Stark weather 20yearold mass killer from Nebraska Starkweather had been sched uled to die in the Nebraska elec tric chair on Friday morning Whittaker said that counsel for Starkweather would have until June 17 to file a petition with the full Supreme Court asking a re view of his case If a petition is filed the stay will remain in effect until the full court acts finally on it Whittaker acted on a brief peti tion for a stay filed late Tuesdaj by two Washington attorneys Says Voting Realignment Not Possible READING Pa AP Gov David L Lawrence says reap portionment of legislative districts to end gerrymandering is impos sible unless the Democrats con trol both houses of the Legisla ture Reapportionment d e p e n ded upon our getting voting control in both the Democratic governor said Tuesday night No amount of logic or reason is go ing to get the Republican Senate to give up its safe districts nd matter how disproportionate the present breakdown of The Democrats now control the House the Republicans the ate Gerrymandering is the pro cesses of setting up election dis tator HUWJII anting preliminaries i scene where he was a spec He received no reply apparent1 from the May 2 case had not yet Relatives of mwjr vuav nuv yci JXCUIUVCS Ol aUIUC Ol InK ly indicating none objected to thesubsided and they had not hadalso were in the court room at fves one i death penalty IK to prepare an ade More than 150 Negroes filled the balcony White specta WEATHER FORECAST Sunny warm and humid today with a high of 8492 Variable cloudiness warm and humid tonight and Thursday with a chance of scattered afternoon thundershowers Thursday Low tonight 6169 with a high Thursday at 8290 H Eagles Party every nite Thursday Deans Restaurant 533 Phila Hopkins then asked if the fact JSune8 raCCS involved Harry Lewis Michaels Several prospective jurors were court in a excused because they had formed away from prospective opinions Charles W Bevis for that the defense had been caught A veteran Florida jurist pledged mer Florida state conservation diby surprise in the calling of 23 that his court will function with fpPt fir C A in Mlrtl Itrht tVto n n tne Uriels in a i tion or boys other Lawrenpe who spoke at ban quet of the federation of democat said his administration ic unon w UralGraceton Fire Co party rector said he thought the case new state witnesses Tuesday He out regard to race creed or color tfx might endanger the Southern said the defense also had bceni See FairPage 2 Col program S H green purchases Easy Jewelry stamps on all terms   

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