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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aii Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family There life two of men who long for food home cooking bachelors and married men No 2S4 ASK Indiana Friday June 12 1959 Twb Sections EDITION jfri Seven Cents MISSILE COSTS USW Leaders Granted Free Hand In Talks Complete Deadlock Reported NEW YORK AP The Wage Policy Committee of the United Steelwbrkers Vnion today authorized union negotiators to take whatever steps they deem necessary in deadlocked wage contract talks with the industry David J McDonald union president said that if the mills are shut down the re sponsibility will rest cleariy on the steel t McDonald made the comment newsmen after a twohour meet ing of the 171member He said the negotiators reported to the committee a complete deadlock in the talks The negotiations started May 5 The nation faces a strike thati would cut steel production by 90 per cent unles agreement is reached by June 30 when the pres ent contract t The committees action came alsl IB industry and the union wran gled over negotiating procedure The talks have been conducted by one fourman team represent ing the 12 major steer companies and another representing the un ion i xThe industry at first rejected union proposal that the talks be broken down into 12 separate ses between representatives of Qe individual companiesand the union but later indicated it would consider it McDonald said 12 union com mittees would be standing by in separate rooms in the Roosevelt Hotel next Monday at 2 witing hopefully for an appropri ate bargaining group Federal Mediation Director Jo seph F Finnegan said in Wash ington today he expected to talk iftith the management and union negotiators later this month He said he would meet with them when they go to Washington for conferences with Democratic sen ators The union officials are due there next Monday and the com pany representatives on June 22 Cancels Trip fNEW YORK Mediter raneanbound passengers stranded Strike Ends Firestone Workers Sign CLEVELAND Ohio Tire Rubber Co and the United Rubber Workers today signed an agree ment to end a 58dayold strike of employes in eight The Firestone strike was the last and longest of three walkouts involving all major rubber companies except Good year It was the longest strike in URW history against a major J E Trainer executive NBlast Muffle Possible WASHINGTON AP White House board of scien tists said today underground atomic tests probably could be muffled and continued in spection would be needed to detect violations of any test ing ban Italian liner Giulio Cesare since Tuesday by a crewmens strike were disembarking today with their luggage The line had announced it was cancelling the sailing More than 800 passengers had cleared up ences on KEY WITNESS IN COED RAPE TRIAL Joe Cooke 21 above is a key witness for the state in the rape trial in Tallahasse in which four white Tal lahasse youths are charged with attacking a Negrocollege girl Cooke a student at Florida State University majoring in crimi nology works part time as a deputy sheriff He apprehended singlehanded the armed youths early May 2 after a 95mile an hour auto chase It was his first arrest AP Wirephoto Sot Quick Confession Says Deputy 1 WM mill i TALLAHASSEE Fla AP A driving and driving to the left of sheriffs deputy testified todaythe center of the road Police The report immediately was vicehanded to Soviet delegates vice president of Firestone Geneva where negotiations every effort is being made to geton nuclear tests bans are employes back on the job quickly Thursday in their fourth con secutive night session negotiators most of their differ a fiveyear pension agreement and twoyear master contract Some work on language and other details however de layed agreement until today Word of the still unofficial agree ment was given by union leaders to local union leaders in the eight icities with Firestone plants r The union and agreed tObasically the pension pro gram included in that ended a 55day strike by i4hhfti B F Goodrich Coikworkers On the key issue Firestone employes ELEVATOR TRUCK REMOVES EXPLOSION VICTIMSA rapid transit repair truck with a moving platform center foreground is used to lower victims to street after an explosion ripped through elevated station in Boston yesterday Stairs to street were blocked by debris At least t Vmrm4n1 J 33 persons were hospitalized AP Whephbto Mad Bomber Sought n Boston Transit Blast under way The presidential advisory board said another three years of re search would be necessary to de velop effective means of detecting underground atomic blasts It based its findings on informa tion gained from underground shots conducted at the testing grounds in Nevada That informa tion the report said showedt that much research is necessary de velop a detection would come up to the ness previously believed possible officials saicl however pensions get See Page 4 Col 1 Man Jailed For Motor Violations Indiana Borough Police confined a Graceton man to the Indiana County Jail early this morning and charged him with two motor ve hicle violations and a disorderly conduct charge Police report Albert Cybak 34 Graceton was arrested by Patrol men T Claude Davis and James Kimmel after he ignored a warn ing by police regarding his driv ing He was charged with reckless that within hours after the rape of a Negro coed he had a confes sion implicating four white youths The officer W W Slappey told a male white jury trying the youths for rape that he talked wi uic iuau ruuuc IU1 I lowed him on Seventh St and Wayne south from Philadel phia as he was attempting to annoy a woman pedestrian Cybak pleaded guilty today be fore justice of the peace A M Cox and was sentenced to 30 days tinder Dr Lloyd Berkner do not change the American position in favor of halting atomic tests if a control system is set up to en force the ban They said the control system be ing negotiated with the Soviets on the basis scientific in formation is basically sound The new scientific data sheds more light on what is needed for enforceable controls they said The Berkner study was given to the Soviets at Geneva where test ban talks have been going on since Oct 31 It was hoped to serve as a prod to the Commu nists to reverse previous refusals to discuss the later scientific in formation available from test blasts conducted in Nevada last fall The Berkner group figured that at current state of knowledge and with use of 180 detection sta tidns set up around the world there still would be a need for further inspection to make sure an estimated 300 earthquakes an nually were not sneak nuclear tests stayed aboard until today A numdid he have intercourse with the ber meanwhile had found other See 4 Col 2 Stocking Rainbow Lake Sat morning June 13th with trout 1 to 254 13 Ibs Ernest Intersection 254x ii anu vYao OCIILt with the youngest Olhe ta the county jail mire 16 shortly after his arrest it is reported other charees have Slappey testified I asked him been filed and arcf MndS Th ber meanwhile had found means of transportation Read District 50s Open Letter Page 5 investigation continues The incident occurred about today Read District 50s Open Letter Page 5 254 Fire Levels Building In Marion Area MARION CENTER A family of six persons yester day was left homeless because of fire for the second time in five months A blpze leveled the frame bungalow occupied by Mr and Mrs Roy Blystone and their four children in nearby Ambrose BOSTON Police today hunted a mad bomber in the wake of an explosion which shattered a rapid transit i station 30 feet above a busy Boston intersection on rsday Thirtyseven persons were injured three seriously in the blast which investigators said was caused by a home ruade bomb planted in a public coin locker High police officials said the bombing apparently was the work of a lunatic bent on destruction A huge police detail under Capt Joseph B Fallon head of the homicide squad was assigned the job of learning his identity Police probing through the ruins iound six1 lotteries near fnigifterits of the amc hietal lockers They said thebatteries were covered with a isulphjde residue indicating they were part of a n r iicaing ey were par o a Marion Center Volunteerbomb Police said mi ht Fire Department was been activated by an oncom Ofl Ft moned to the scene when fire broke out but the flames were control and eventually destroyed the house a garage and reported ly an automobile Damages to the home owned by Delbert Blystone were esti mated at several thousands of dollars Fire Chief Homer Jeffries of Marion Center said his company was called at when fire broke out at the Blystone house He said flames roared through the farm property before firemen arrived at the scene The fire also destroyed an ad jacent garage The property was occupied by Mr Blystone his wife Annabelle and four children George 11 Ronald 10 John 7 and Bernice 3 It was reported they had just occupied the house this week They Jan 13 Ownr of rp wvvujyicu me uuuac ima i ijey This compares with 20 to 100 were ieft homeless when fire also unidentified events that Geneva destroyed their home near here on See 4 Col 5 Stocking Rainbow Lake Sat morning June 13th with trout 1 to 13 Ibs Ernest Intersection 254x Square Dance at Meadowbrook Sat June 13th the structure is Del bert Blystone He has some insur ance to cover the loss No cause was listed for yester days fire ingtrain Two detectives said tests by po chemists of bits of the wreck and parts of a smashed locker indicated a bag of powder weigh ing 20 to 25 pounds caused the explosion Investigators said the bomb went off with the explosive force of a 500pound Air Force bomb of World War II The blast blew apart the big 58 yearold p a g o d atype waiting room on the elevated station of the Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority It caught several persons with in the waiting room and on the outdoor station platform Some of them were blown 30 feet to busy Canal and Causeway streets1 be low Reds Seek Summit For BrgFbur GENEVA Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko opened a drive in the Big Four conference today to break the Westernmade link between the present meeting of foreign ministers and a later summit conference Gromykos attack could fore shadow a final refusal by the So viet Union to yield on its West Berlin demands even under heavy Western pressure He told foreign ministers of the United States Britain and France that their insistence on a link be tween the present conference and a summit parley is artificial and altogether In effect Gromyko argued that S H purchases Jewelry green Easy stamps terms 254x On all Rogers tfx i Wage Policy Committee Disagreement On Procedure Stalls UnionSteel Progress Litruf vnnv A A j tract steel negotiations in industry today the basic i that produce 90 with the nations steel Six were injured as they sat in a train approaching the station The blast stopped the train 20 feet away Only three seconds later the train would have been in direct line of the explosion Others were injured on the street the terrific con See 4 Col 4 Nowrytown Home Burned NOWRYTOWN The residence of Elija Shearer near Nowrytown was badly damaged by fire yes Paul Long 32 and Raymond terday about 3 p m it is reported extensive damage was done to the bedrooms particu larly the childrens bedrooms even here though there was a failure to ease the Berlin tension a dent Confine Men For Larceny and make progress toward East West agreement there should be summit meeting anyway Presi mt Eisenhower has said he would not attend a heads of gov ernment meeting under such con ditions and at the moment that is basic Western policy The Western powers demanded that Moscow stop threatening them with a separate East Ger man peace treaty and get back to negotiations for ending the West Berlin crisis At the outset Gromyko dis Revamped Program Requested WASHINGTON AP Secretary of Defense Neil H McElroy proposed today a cutback of about 1 billion dollars in this countrys pro grams for missile defenses against manned bombers He also proposed an in crease of some 150 million dollars in spending on efforts to develop a defense against ballistic and other missiles Sen Richard B Russell chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said these were the high points in a new air defense program that McElroy outlined to the committee in a closeddoor session Russell said the revamped pro jram calls for a mixture of both the Army NikeHercules missile and the Air Force Bomarc Rivalry between the services over these designed o bring down manned bombers figured in the studies that brought he revised air defense program The proposed increased spend ng on missiles to intercept mis siles would be for development of the Army NikeZeus Russell told a news conference he generally favored the proposed cutbacks in the defense against manned bombers If the Russians decided to at iack us I bslieve that the first attacks would be by he said They might send over manned bombers later to see what damage was done and to knock out remaining Asked why Pentagon leaders with approval of President bower made this switch in air defense planningRussell said iio assumed for the same reason he had just stated We are in a field of defense which is not he said There may be some suddiyi breakthrough that could change the whole concept McElroy and other Pentagon officials had not completed their testimony and answers of sena tors questions when the group re cessed for luncheon Long 25 were returned to Indiana from Chillicothe and given a hearing before justice of the peace John Sokoly Clymer on a 0 charge of larceny ing to the eight Shearer children The men were ordered held for were destroyed in the blaze FTC Accuses McCrearys Other Firms WASHINGTON Fed era Trade Commission has ac cused almost the entire rubber in dustry of conspiring to fix the prices of tires and tubes at every level of sale Fifteen manufacturers and two trade associations were named in an FTC complaint Thursday The manufacturers include Lee Rub ber Tire Conshohocken and McCreary Tire and Rub ber Indiana Pa The companies including Rubber Goodyear Firestone and for almost all of the industrys two billion dol lars of annual sales The FTC complaint said an in played readiness to soften the bite dustry conspiracy exists under but not to pull the teeth of the Big Four charge the Soviet campaign to force same prices for tires and tubes to British and French garrisons but of the divided city Andrew H Berding assist ant secretary of state briefing newsmen said the conference had gone backward In the most extended discussion or the summit subject to date in the conference Gromyko said that per cent of the j virtual talks The union such HiWcuure apparently that the National Labor Relations i broke down but Cooper expressed court after pleading guilty to taking an outboard motor valued at from Pioneer Lake near Cookport on orabout 1 Police said the motor belonged to Wallace Schick Indiana Alvy Schick Starford and Murray R apparently Henry Cherry Tree tj VJ tW VrllllUiVIl 0 VJWJ1 ID iw bJIVlb Bedclothing and clothing belonglanY state which puts artificial ob XL stacles in the way of a summit See To 4 Col 1 rn j AVCTlallUila I The new dispute over procedureAct gives it a right to bargainhope P n with the companies individually Policy should be conducted on an Indus The industrys chief negotiator arrangements could be1 Special off car price Sat and vwuay Mon 2x10x14 per M Wiggs The union has been demanding Co Phone GR worked out today deadline for a nationwide strike less than The 171 qgnmittee of the United Steeltry or a company basis or aR Conrad Cooper said hefeeU workers of America meets herecombination that h uuoycwucu wage was reported afterj on 258x the door toone5mpMyfreeM demaad toe wouldi Read District 50s Open Letter me current tnreeyear contract This raised the oossibilitv rf talks nmuirfpH eight specified concessions Page 5 254 Inside The Gazette UNSIGNED The Post Oliice Department comments today on letters sent through the mail that are not signed See editorial page 6 LEZANJC Gus Lezanit defeated Plumville 8 to a lst mghl See details on spoils pages Iti and 19 Features Lamp Mirrur Cooiict SOM 4 10 IS T n a lama jjjuviucu IWievei net es June M If no new canjuwon charge of unfair labor practions went on concurrently is reached by Ifceu there alitices should the companies which McDonald said the union on other contract terms The un n j i u Square Dance at Meadowbrook rejected tiie proposal jSat June 13th 254x WEATHEE Rather cloudy warm and humid with scattered showers and thundershowers tonight Low tonight 60 to 69 Saturday showers ending in the morning becoming sunny and less humid in the afternoon all customers of the same busi ness standing regardless of geo graphical location or freight costs The small firms the complaint said charge the same prices less agreedupon differentials Nearby the com mission said not only are de prived of advantages in delivered cost they otherwise would get but they are compelled to pay part of the cost of transportation to more distant The tiremakers also were ac cused of agreeing upon identical or substantially uniform customei classifications list prices dis counts bonuses allowances and all other factors affecting selling The complaint said the compa nies exchanged confidential infor mation and permitted the Rubbet Manufacturers Assn of New York City one of the trade groups named to determine arbitrary and artificial pricing factors The other trade group named in the complaint is the Tire and Riltt Assn inc Akron The companies have 30 Jays to answer the complaint Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar gains galore i Read District 5Qs Open Letter 5   

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