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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family We that you hive such a time on vacation that itll worth going broke for Volume 258 City irk EDITION Twentyeight Pages INDICT Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday June 17 1959 EXECS Two Sections Seven Gents BRIBERY Ike Rejects Steel Talk Interference No White HouseTalk Expected WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower today rejected proposals that he call representatives of the steel companies and their employes to White House conference aimed to avoid a possible strike As he has in the past Eis enhower made it clear he be lieves there should be no gov ernment intervention in the collective bargaining process now under way between the steel workers union and the companies With that in mind a re porter asked whether the President might consider call ing the representatives of both sides to a White House meeting in an effort to create climate of Sen Stuart Symington DMo urged Tuesday that such a meet ing be set up Symington spoke in Philadelphia at a meeting of the AFLCIO Industrial Union De partment Eisenhower replied that we have some historical background for jthat kind of conference Without mentioning the name of former president Harry Trviman Eisen hower there an attempt to seize the steel plants later declared liivalid by tlie Eisenhower said he believes that for the government to get involved in the collective bargaining proc ess would be more hurtful than helpful But the President said he want ed to urge again that each side A See No 8 Col 2 50 Cent Food Exemption i Dill dlQIIGd WASHINGTON AP the gun units in the Wavy plane attacked by Communist jets had been disj HARRISBURG AP That Htmantled and confusion in phone conversation among the INGW OlOPITI tie restaurant snack is once again jcrew resulted in failure to fire back with the third weapon ikempt from the sales tax if the the Defense Department said today check is 50 cents or less A statement issued after President Eisenhower top Congress members and other high government M explanation of an initial report on the IN Gal S i a i ti 3 12 per cent sales tax on res MIDDLEBORO Mass to the Coyle object of President Eisenhower said toGromyko will negotiate onMassacnusetts biggest manhunt day the Geneva foreign minjtheir proposal It offered hirawere caDturfid toriav in wnnri isters talks seem to havea compromise face saving reached an impasse and prosldea1 which would open the pects for a summit conference way to a summit conference shortly afterward at St Lukes Under the plan it wasHosPltal William Coyle 22 disclosed the Western powers of the two died of police clared their readiness to have bullets His brother John 24 was German personnel operate check 1959 SOAP BOX DERBY QUFJENTSanny Collins daughter of f Indiana R D 3 receives the1958 Derby crown from last years queen Barbara Scott at last nights derby dance in the Eagles Home Miss Collins will reign over the fourth annual derby this evening on Carter Ave in Indiana Runnersup were Susan Miller and Shari Tanzola both of Indiana Read complete details on page one of section two Gazette photo by Sipos Geneva Impasse Reached WASHINGTON AP Gromyko Answer Delayed GENEVA AP Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko today asked and got a 24hour delay in giving his answer to a new Western plan for a Berlin stopgap settle ment This averted a break down in the foreign ministers meeting Western ministers agreed Rain Date For Derby Soap Box Derby officials said today he 1959 races will be held tonight as scheduled unless rain forces a postponement In the event of rain the races will be held tomorrow evening at on Carter Ave One Coyle Taken2nd Fatally Shot they held up a liquor store Mon day are no brighter The President told a news conference however that he till would be willing to go to a headsofgovernment meet ing if any kind of reasonable progress can be made Geneva And sponse points on the Berlin supply lines not wounded The brothers had fled Philadel Eisenhower said in to a question that re he doesnt necessarily mean there must be progress specifically on the Berlin situation He said he has in mind any kind of reasonable progress on EastWest problems generally The President was asked wheth er he believes that prospects for a summit conference have grown dimmer in the last couple of weeks He replied that pospects cer tainly have not brightened He went on to say the Geneva talks seem to have reached an impasse at least an unreadiness for fruitful discussion Later the President was asked whether his idea of progress at Geneva is that there must be some advance toward resolving This is an offer to accept dealPhia after allegedly killing a po ings with Communist East Ger1 liceman They kidnaped a hostage authorities more or less asiwilliam Sedgwick 49 and drove to Massachusetts in his car Sedgwick escaped when the gun men fled into the woods as they were surprised by police after the liquor store job Troopers shot William Coyle He was taken to St Lukes Hos pital in serious condition John Coyle escaped the hail of bullets He was hustled off to po lice barracks Both brothers were armed A posse of up to 400 troopers conservation officers FBI agents area beaten through the woods since Monday morning Shortly before 9 today po agents of the Soviet Union This appears to be one major surprise provision in the Western proposal The plan was not re leased in textual form but was summarized by Western spokes men The West refuses to recognize the East German regime A ma jor point in the current crisis is the Soviet threat to turn over to the East Germans control of the lines supplying the British French and garrisons in West Berlin 110 miles inside East Germany Another surprise is a provision that the force of the United States Britain and France would continue to be armed only with conventional ing that the Western powers offer an agreement to ban nuclear wea pons and big missile bases in West Berlin The West also offered as ex TwoGunUnitsOnNavy i Plane Were Dismantled differences over Berlin ipected The Eisenhower said he never had forceSi meant to tie prospects for a sum mit conference to the Berlin situ Sce 8 Col 3 ation exclusively He added that if the current foreign ministers talks can make such progress as to result in a prfitable summit conference he would be glad to attend a heads 1 ofgovernnient session i Eisenhower spoke out against any idea that the foreign minis ters of the United States Britain GALVESTON Tex France and the Soviet Union lack Earl K Long of Louisiana yelled i Long Yells To New About Trip lice received a call from Walter Schmidt of Union CitVj who his Victoria Canova just off Route 28 The robbed liquor store is just up the road In seconds a police car with two troopers in it arrived at the Canova house Trooper John Lacasse of New Bedford one of the policemen who shot down young Coyle said We walked in the woods there and I saw them crouched down in a thicket about 25 feet away Trooper Paul Keating who was See 8 Col 5 parts were the cause taurant meals The previous ex back to April 15 been 10 cents The chief executive took time II cut from a legislative reception his Indiaiitown Gap summer Wiuse to sign the bill only a few hours after it had cleared the gen eral Assembly The Commonwtalth will lose 14 That report quoted a crew member as saying missing NEW ORLEANS La AP LONDON Ambassa nil I i Tropical storm Beulah neareds ment and union representatives to Coal Owners Ask Ike To Send Troops LEXINGTON Ky operators again have asked Presi oclock Theyre going to take meldent Eisenhower to send troops in theideTof Ochsner Clinic in New OrH the eastern Kentucky coal me uaea 01 caning steei manage fields and UIR United Mine Work sufficient authority to achieve progress Any acceptance of such a thesis he said would make traditional diplomacy useless The news conference drew 228 reporters for Eisenhowers discus sion of the Geneva talks and these other matters STEEL Eisenhower rejected to newsmen today he would leave Galveston for New Orleans at 11 accompanied by his wife andj two other persons The governor shouted to news men from his second floor hospital room My wife my secretary and my sister will be here at 11 Mystery Payment NEW YORK Teamsters Union President Dave Beck and two promin ent trucking company exe cutives were indicted by a ederal grand jury today for what was termed a myster ious payment to Beck in 1954 Those named with Beck were Roy Fruehauf of Bir mingham president of the Fruehauf Trailer Co of Detroit and Surge Seymour of Litchfield County president of the Associated Transport of New York Beck and the others were charged with violations of Taft Hartley Act provisions forbidding a union officer from accepting payments from management offi cials and vice versa Beck still was Teamsters Union president at the time of the al leged payment And his union rep resented employes of the two firms The indictment did not specify he purpose of the purported pay ment and S Hazard Gillespie declined to elaborate Fruehauf and Seymour admit ted a payment in testimony be fore the Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in the La borManagement Field on May 13 1957 They said they made the payment jointly to Beck on the date given in the indictment June 21 1954 Beck a onetime laundry wagon driver appeared before the com mittee on May 8 1957 and re fused answer more than 200 questions The companies also were named as defendants along with the Brown Equipment Manufactur ing a subsidiary of Associated Transport The defendants are scheduled to enter their pleas to the charges on June 24 If convicted the individuals could receive a maximum sen tence of a year in prison and a fine each Each of the companies could be fined Beck 64 a millionaire who is receiving a annual pension from the Teamsters Union al ready is under sentence in two other cases Earlier this year he was given a fiveyear prison term and a fine in a federal court at Tacoma for evasion of in federal income taxes He was conviced in Washington See 8 Col 4 M Inched House in a leans i fields and the United Mine Work The New Orleans StatesItem iers Union nas pledged cooperation Japan One crewman was ed The Pentagon said the new in frmation was on a pre dor John Hav WWtnev met todav llminary report of an investigation Ja million dollars m potential revenue millan as rumors swept Lond Burke chief of naval operations by Adm Arleigh A suit of the action But the trover nor said it will be almost made hower is immjnent between the Brit of Brownsville Tex The Weather Bureaus fifth ad visory on the storm placed Beui akUhat for the for up by an unexpected increase of 13 million dollars in revenue es work lah about 200 miles south Brownsville The advisory said highest jwere around 70 miles an warfare nMr the St0rms of government to get into that pic ture for it to apply political or other kinds of pressure would The i battle Official government sources de Normal armament clined to disclose the nature of tnree Pairs of Suns mounted inof the storm Eisenhower said once again that includesing outward 60 miles from the eye1 both management and the steel 63yearold governor his he represents operators in Perry to win freedom from aniJ Knott counties mental clinic apparently Tne un011 pledge was in letters out the window and counties smoking and chatting with hosj attendants were made Tuesday during a lull in strike violence Five Children Perish In Chicago Fire CHICAGO children burned to death today when a threealarm blaze ripped through a fourstory apartment building on the West Side uuiicu uj uiauiifac me UalLirc OI m ui me 0101111 limates trom existing taxes the but they insisted there the forward turret tail turret and The advisory said me m an accompanying i is no plan far Macmillan and Eiin a turret the fuselage the would continue to drift inflationary spiral statement saiu enactment of the ctafomwnt cairi i HO the atement said enactment of the senhower to meet at this u i statement said remaining 207 million dollars of his deadlocked tax program also would make up the loss This bill removes a tax on an item that can be considered a nec the governor sad the sales tax on a cup of coffee or a sandwich or a snack which often amounts to lunch away from home was hitting many persons with a The new law also closes a loop hole in the old statute involving CoralGraceton Fire Co party west reaching the Mexican coast The forward turret used only Between Brownsville and Tarnpi See Two 8 Col 7 Mexico late today or tonight Ouu win release his has caused three deaths in The victims all Negroes were workers union must recognize the to withdraw its commitment montl1f trapped in apartments on the third slorm or The light in Longs secondstory request spying it was up to Madison St He praised a suggestion by Ray See 8 Col 7 Nationality Of Craft Navy Plane Crewmen Tell Of MIG Machine Gun Attack Of M Korea United Door Keeps Dist 50 room was the only one on duringtne governor to preserve law and most of the night The governor order slept from midnight to 4 Gov A B Chandler subsequent Firemen put out the fire after an hour Authorities said a check of the building indicated all of the meals served at drivein restaur ants It spells out specifically that meals taken out to an automobile are subject to the tax and not conj YOKOSUKA Japan AP A and the gunner wounded on the plexiglass He was hit in the en 77 by the employesas sidered takehome food which is Navy plane crew told today second of six Communist runs bearms and hands and suffered a compared to Sljior the Interna exempt how Communist MIG fighters fore he could open fire The fracture of the kneecap and a The tax cut is one of the very raked their patrol plane with 15 to planes two other 20mm machinehead wound few since the end of World War 20 bursts of machinegun fire and guns were unable to fire because Rear Adm Frederic S Withing II Others since then were the old sent it limping home with two of of missing parts ton commander of naval qgHabottle soft drinks in 19its four engines out and one of the The attack was broken off as forces in Japan said emphatically 50 and the restoration of the man14 crewmen wounded the plane started to limp back to patrols would continue in the ufacturers exemption from the The airmen told a news conferJapan It was met by two Air area fivemill capital stock tax in two or possibly three RedForce Sabre Jet fighters that are not going to admit that The Senate voted 491 Tuesday to starred nationality stil swered its call for help but the the sea of Japan is a Russian H green stamps on all pass the restaurant tax exempa swooped down MIGs had vanished long before he declared purchases Easy terms Rogers1 tion The only dissenting vote had suddenly on the turboprop P4MI The injured tail gunner Avia1 But the admiral said he did not Jewelry tfxi come from Sen Edward J KessMercator while it was over intertion Electronics Mate Donald plan to send fighter escorts lor ler There wasnt a national waters 45 miles off the E Corder 20 of Jacksonville and the patrol planes explaining that word of opposition from the laweast coast of North Korea TuesFarmer City suffered more would be more provocative than makers as the measure rolled than 40 painful but not critical Dance Hotel Homer Thurs and 8 Col 2 j The tail gun was knocked out wounds from shrapnel and flying See Col 1 ri George Pollock Thurs 259x At 6 he waved to newsmen ordered the National Guard into Buildings other occupants reached See LongPage 8 Col 8 lhe fields The lefl afteri safety weelf 4 I The building contained a num Notice Elks Lewis base1 hls latest ber of groundfloor stores and Meet at club Thursday evening on a federal restraining order about 90 apartments District 50 of the United Mine eighl to go to Sutila Funeral MaY 4 whicl1 enjoins the UMW Two victims Mary Morris 5 Wokers of America yesterday iHome for service for our late against violence and all strike and iier brother William Jr 11 was retained as the union reprebrother Oliver A Grossman 258x activities months were found dead in sentative of United Door em ployees at an election conducted by the National Labor Relations Board District 50 reportedly was giv tional Union of Electrical Work ers and eight for the Interna tional Association of Machinists Plant officials said 116 of the 118 eligible employes voted There were no votes lor no Inside The Gazette BOYLE Hal Boyle is back with some nuks taken during his lour of Europe Read his vacation column on editorial page i STRIKES OUT Dave Wagner struck out 18 batters yesterday in a minor league game See details and other spoUs on yuges la and 1U Other Features months were found dead in their i fourthfloor apartment i The other victims Sam Yar borough 11 and his brothers John 3 and Lawrence 2 died on the third floor The parents of the Morris chil dren William 25 and his wife Magnolia 30 and seven of their nine children fled down a fire escape Morris said flames prevented him from reentering the apart ment to rescue William Jr and Mary The cause of the fire was not determined H M t n Baiorp Lolomal Motors s Businebt Mirror CUssliicdk Cuiu Us Croktwordt KdlturUI liubpital Obituaries i SpuiU TVKadio 16 IS Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed tfx WEATHER Fair and again tonight Low in the Thursday sunny wi alt chunge in High lio lo 7if Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar gains galore 258x Eagles Party every Thursday inite Wed   

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