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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                r 59ers Seek Soap Box Derby Crown Tomorrow TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper that Serve Every Member of the Family After a child learns to walk and talk the next thing he has to learn is to sit doVm and shut up Volume 257 City EDITION Twenty Pages Tuesday June16 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents MIGs ATTACK NAVY PATROL PLANE It BROTHERS SOUGHT IN MANHUNTJohn Coyle 23 left and his brother William 21 right are objects of an intensive man hunt in dense woods near Middleboro Mass today The brothers also sought in connection with shooting 9f policeman in Phila delphia June 5 escaped into wooded area after brief gun battle that followed holdup of a liquor store yesterday AP Wirephoto Say Two GunToting Brothers Flee Trap MIDDLEBORO Mass Adnah Harlovv said today he believed the guntoting Coyle brothers of in connection with a policemans slay have broken through lines of a massive posse dur inp the night Coins found in woodland were believed to have beeft Wdrd League Opens Tonight The opening games of the In diana Ward TLeague will be play ed tonight at Crodsky field Originally scheduled for Wed nesday evening officials have moved the games up to this eve MJ ajovc uetmi nnB in ordejr to permit manjr of dropped by the brothers John 23 and William 21 I the participate in the The pair held up a liquor store Monday mornirig andf Soap Box Derby tdhibrrbw got away with in bills and coins in a pacer bae i Information concerning the 6 I switch in nights reached the Ga Some coins were found south of zette too late to make a chance the area Monday but today more were found north of the roadway 59ers In Soap Box Derby The 59ers will be moving west tomorrow They are the 39 youngsters entered in the 1959 Indiana1 County Soap BoxDerby The big moment arrives at p m when the first heat in the fourth annual classic will get underway on Carter Ave in Indiana Activities in the derby ac tually begin this evening with a dance and queen crowning at the Indiana Eagles Home The event held on North Seventh in past years was changed to the Eagles because of cool weather A 3 parade followed by a picnic luncheon at Mack Center will precede the races tomorrow Derby Director Howard Skip Myers said today the 59 Indiana Fired Upon Over Sea Of Japan 1 Crewman Said Seriously Injured WASHINGTON Navy patrol plane was at acked by MIG jet fighters over international waters of the Japan Monday and one of the crew was seriously wounded the Defense Department reported today The incident in which two MIG fighters were believed o have made the attack occurred about 85 miles east of Wonsan North Korea The first reports received here jdid not make clear whether the American plane returned the fire Neither did those reports identi fy the attacking planes by nation ality The MIGs are used by the Soviets Red Chinese and North Koreans Radio reports said the Jets at acked without warning firing tracer the Penta FCC Stand On Equal Ruling WASHINGTON Fed eral Communications Commission today refused to reverse its four monthsold ruling that political candidates must be given equal time on radio and television news casts v vv H on the sports pages which sched President Eisenhower promptly II1C asked that Atty Gen William P i swampland this morning while j ule the games for tomorrow The desperadoes had entered the night This is Incorrect The woods to the south games will played tonight Harlow said plenty of time elapsed for them to have slipped through the cordon of 300 stateiCountv toys ranging in age from troopers police FBI agents andieleven to 15 years are all set for conservation officers the If they did cross to the north Final inspections and trial runs toward Carver they still faced I5were neld last night at Carter miles of wooded swamp which Ave hunters in the area regard as 12 13 and years old most impassable before there jswiu race in one division tomorrow another road The eleven and 12yearold drivers A helicopter flew over race in a separate division iro 4tirA GIRL BATTLES POLlCEFifteenyearold Carmen Martinez struggles with police with POUCe in N6W She is being he d in connect on n H T1Val gnng memberFlank Banuchi 17 Two boys were held with hei Ass sl ant Distnct Attorney saidBanuchi was killed in revenge when the teenage gang heard the news of death of one of their members who had been shot down June 5 During Symington Urges Ike review the situation and consider what action the govern ment might take White House press secretary James C Hagerty said Eisenhow er still feels this is a ridiculous phrase the Presi dent used to characterize the equal time ruling soon after it was issued last Feburary Hagerty said the President had See 2 Col 3 All Star Orders Flood Buc Offke PITTSBURGH Pitts font office took one had done so helook at the mail today In response to a question Hag erty said he would have to wait until Rogers reports before he could speculate on whether Eisen hower may ask Congress to over turn the FCC decision throughclub estimated it had received and promptly announced what everyone expected The All Star baseball game at Forbes Field July 7 is a sellout Winners of the two classes will compete in a championship heat Another large crowd is expected to witness the event Feature part of tonights pro gram will be the crowning of Miss Derby of She will be selected from a field of three final ists Shari Tanzola Susan Miller and Sandy Collins They were selected as finalists from an original entrylist of 24 girls last week Members of the local union of the American Federation of Mu sicians will provide the music for the dance Complete details and photos of ithe derby are published on pages I W1J With much more mail from out eight and nine of todays Gazette of town to be received the ball applications Only new legislation Rogers has reviewed the BCHCIOI yuu ter once at Eisenhowers request jlic Tne remaining are al filed a brief with the FCC to tne baseball commission ii IM rr tnMnn ii fi S nnth i fn go to the general pub PH5LADEIPHIA Stuart Symington D today called on President Eisenhower to summon both sides in the steel dispute to a White House conference to break the bargaining stalemate Symington made the suggestion in talking with news men after an address to the AFLCIO Industrial Union De partment s collective bargaining conference I believe the president should call Dave McDonald of the Steelworkers union and Roger Blough U S Steel Corp chairman to the White House right now to try to head off a strike Symington said The Missouri senator said some thing needs to be done to head off a July 1 walkout which woulc jeopardize the nations economy and national defense Present steel contracts expire at midnight June 30 Symington was among a group of Democratic senators who con ferred with McDonald in Wash ington Monday night He said he was impressed with McDonalds side of the dispute The senator asserted that some thing had to be done to improve the climate of the talks between labor and management He said refusal by the company of any wage increase while seeking to cut existing contract benefits was not the proper climate for collec tive bargaining Symington told reporters he has no plans to become a Democratic presidential candidate but would accept the nomination Sen Thruston B Morton R urging it to reverse the February ruling The ruling was Issued on a complaint by Lar Daly running as the America First candidate tor mayor of Chicago that Chicago TV stations were giving more time on newscasts to candi dates of the major parties tKittanning Area Crash Kills One KITTANNING pa youth was killed and two others were injured Monday night when their car ran off Route 66 about 1 miles south of here flipped over then skidded into a tele phone pole Carl Petrus 17 of Ford City M passenger in the car died an pour after the accident in Arm strong County Memorial Hospital The driver Joseph Serafine 20 of Schenley was admitted to the hospital with shock Another pas wager James Michaux 13 of Ford City suffered cuts bruises a possible head injury S H green stamps on all purchases Easy terms Rogers fflewelry tfc ers office both For Indian Roads national Republican chair man in another address to the labor group extended an invita HARRISBURG AP A to union members to join the i ranks of the The Buc front office said it will probably be at least two weeks before lucky applicants teams t0 aiiu maintain roads in the Cornplanter ners Indian reservation in Elk County was requested ininterest to County Park Measure On Senate Floor The Pennsylvania Senate Com mittee of Forests and Waters this afternoon released to the Senate floor Senate Bill 243 that would appropriate for the construction of a state park and dam in Indiana County State Senator Arthur E Krom er informed the Indiana Evening Gazette this afternoon of the ac tion by the Committee on For ests and Waters The action by the committee bill to be discussed and acted upon the floor of the State Senate Should the Senate approve the measure it would have to meet with House approv al before the Governor would be asked to approve or disapprove According to Senator Kromer i money for the park and dam to said he come is to labor s longrun j funds place so many eggs I 11 Super man Of Television In Suicide HOLLYWOOD AP Televi visions George Reeves idol of the nations small fry killed himself today Friends said he was discouraged about not getting other roles after the Superman series ended Re peats of the show are still run ning Police Sgt V A Peterson told of the suicide and its strange prelude The officer said Reeves 45 had four persons at his house Monday night including his fiancee Le nore Lemmon 35 It got late Reeves thought it time the others on announcement said Thought to be two in number hey made six firing runs and fol owed the P4M to within 50 feet of the water as the patrol plane took evasive action Skies were clear and ceiling unlimited A tail gunner in the plane was seriously wounded as his gun was knocked out on the first run fe was the only casualty reported Attacking aircraft were silver MIG fighters with red stars aft of their cockpits on the the report said The attack was started at an altitude of feet The inci dent the Pentagon said took place at Tuesday Japanese time The Defense Department said Sec 2 Col 4 Union Heads Say Business On Top Now PHILADELPHIA group of top union leaders complained today employers have them cor nered for the moment But they said they will rally to win new gains for workers Heads of former CIO unions now in the AFLCIO said their style is cramped by business charges that labor is responsible for inflation that unions are marked by corrup tion and that labor groups wield vast monopoly power Such union leaders as Walter Reuther of the Auto Workers David J McDonald of the Steel workers and James B Carey of the International Electrical Work ers asserted the business charges lliUUgUl 1L UlllC UIC went home and had words withare Phony but have put labor in ft fmioh rWtOlflrtrt ififli vMiUlin one Miss Lemmon said when Reeves left to go to his secondstory bed room she jokingly remarked Well hell probably shoot him A drawer was heajd to open and she said she remarked Well hes getting a a tough position with the public The talks were made in a twoday conference of the AFL ClOs Industrial Union Depart ment home of most of the former CIO unions under the labor mer ger Reuther said unions are only Attack Pilots Still A Mystery TOKYO AP Accounts of a MIG attack on a Navy patrol plane over the Sea of Japan left one big question unanswered to day Who manned the MIGs The Soviets Red Chinese and the Communist North Koreans all use Soviet fighters of that type The State Department said the incident in which an Ameri can tail gunner was oc curred about 85 miles east of Wonsan North Korea This is perhaps 250 miles from Red Chinas mainland and about 350 miles south of Vladivostok the Soviet Unions major eastern port Communist overseas radio broadcasts in the Far East from Peiping and Pyongyang made no mention of the incident A Air Force spokesman in Tokyo said the plane and crew after landing safely at the Miho Air Force Base on Honshu re turned to their home base at the Iwabuni Marine Corps air facility on that island He had no further immediate comment Then a shot was heard Reevestemporarily stymied in gaining a had killed himself with a bullet shorter work week He said any in the temple from a pistol jone but an economic fool can The investigators said from hersee that a shorter work week is wim me nenwrn story they believed Reeves mightinevitable and the only question Powers were split over the prob have been upset because people is when and how we shall get lem a summit conference fol New Red Proposal Expected GENEVA AP Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and U S Secretary of State Christian A Herter met unexpectedly today ai Gromykos request to discuss he final phase of the Big Tour conference on Berlin There was immediate spe culation among Western di plomats that Gromyko mighl lave some new proposal either on breaking the East West deadlock over Berlin or on how to wind up the con erence Earlier Hierter met with British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd amind reports that the wouldnt leave the house Miss Lemmon said she ReP Dean Polen DWashing in a Democrats political Morton complained that labor uciure jucKy mm uuuj their tickets or have their of the House devoted 99 per cent of their and money orders Committee million dollars in 1958 politi J CVUI IJCU MA AH 1 SirtMt and money orders Tickets will go to applicants whose letters were postmarked after 5 p m Monday sored the measure Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar gains galore Inside The Gazette PETEtt EDSON Peter Edson points out today that Congress has passed 37 measures Read his column on editorial page 6 Harold Wingard pitched a fourhitter at Lucerne last night in a Greater County League game See pages 14 and 15 Other Features calcontributions to Democratic candidates In answer to a question later 258x Morton denied that because many businessmen support the Repub lican party that the GOP is domi nated by business 45 Chinese Die In Heavv Rains McDonald said the steel indus and try in current negotiations is seek See 2 Col 6 j ing to wipe out contract gains bargained for over 18 years But Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed ttx j See 2 Col 2 Walks Out Without Berserk Gunman Gives Up Frees Girl Hostage lowing up the foreign ministers meeting Britain was reported urging and French consideration of accepting a summit session even if the present meeting ended in failure Gromyko was accompanied by A A Soldatov chief of theAmer ican section of the Soviet Foreign Office Herter had Asst Secretary of State Livingston Merchant and Llewellyn Thompson ambas See New 2 Col 1 I French Baghdad 16 Busiues Mirror 3 ici Croitwordi Editorial Hospital IS g 18 3 Society 4 J41S 9 t An hole s Most of from CHARLESTON HI AP A was giving them a runaround Mr and Mrs Walter AdRnnk berserk gunman who had held his and might keep the community in kinsfor the other fourth i halfsister hostage while a force turmoil for hours They never spanked me when CAIRO Iraqi govern the r Myra with a captain You cant raise children unless Baghdad radio said the bank i an interview with John Mecall the police to do it for its business the tense vigil Connick a reporter for the De Before he gave up Adkins had WEATHER Fair and warmer tonight Wednesday n r v f M WhUf Dfrf me house catur Herald and Rtview con demanded Cox we up to him nnT M IJ3 Beil a though the screen door of in a Westernstyle shootdown S 10the where the T11 halfsister all resulting from the minutes explaining his rights was under seige Adkins said my ammunition except one also as the fofce of Thats all 1 want I just want Adkins told McCormick Then you get Cox down here and he can Capitol Restaurant Closed employes vacation June 15 to 22 257x f u were UP Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar gams V   

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