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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                tiOOY An County Newspaper Thai Serves Every Member of the Family unnH Mttfeifttii I tilt Volume 266 City EDITION Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday June 19 1959 Two Seetfofis Seven Cent Gov Long In Hospital As Educator Takes Over Screams Curses To Deputies BATON ROUGE La AP 16 hours after s cursing Gov Ear K Long was hauled to a mental hospital a mildman nered educator cautiously took over today as Louisianas acting chief executive Lt Gov Lether Frazar ac cepted an opinion by Atty Gen Jack Gremillion that he should take over a second time in 21 days v But heres the big question never before has a man taken over as governor when the gover norwas in the said Frazar Thats what baffles The 63yearold Long was com mitted to the S o u t h e a s t State Mental Hospital at Mandeville on Thursday night after fighting un successfully with a dozen or more state and local police Less than twotutors earlier he walked out of a New Orleans hospital life had entered voluntarily after a family compromise had ended a 19day courtordered stay at a Galvfeston psychiatric clinic ffehad promised to stay in New Onians at least two weeks It is I relatively simple situa said Gremillion The icBnstitution is very clear that if iM governor is unable to lot any cause the lieutenant governor acts as governor and in terim until the fdisability is re he said Long cursed shouted swung i fist at an officer as he was shoved intd a car for the 50mile trip to VMandevitle Im not going to get in he yelled when they tugged Jiim into a sheriffs car to take him to southeast Louisiana A State Hospital at MandeviUe miles to the e The Youall look youall he shouted Dr Chester Williams coroner of East Baton Rouge Parish said Gov Long had suffered from delu sions of persecution The medical is paranoic schizophrenia IKE IRATE AT STRAUSS LOSS READ ABOUT ATTACK So viet Ambassador Mihkail Men shikov shown above leaving the State Department yestenday after a conference with Under secretary of State Robert Mur phy Asked against an about an American attack Navy bomber by a Sovietmade plane oYi Monday Menshikov said I read something about it in the newspapers Thats all I know about the was tioned by Murghy The sole top ic of Menshikov said was thing in connection with Vice Presi dent iCichard Jlixons upcoming visit to Russia AP Wirephoto swung i at a deputy But Long remained unconvinced that he needed hospital treatment I dont feel I need to be hos Long told physicians at the Mandeville institution Dr Charles Belcher acting su perintendent of Southeast indicat ed Thusday night in an interview with the Associated Press that Long must remain in his hospital at least 30 days Lt Frazar it is supposed will step into the beach as he did when members of the Long family flew a drugged and unwilling governor May 30 to t psychiatric clinic at John Sealy See 4 Col 7 the same jury The odds are terrific against such an occurrence Even if bus iand and wife are available si multaneously for jury duty their names must survive a lottferylike operation to pick prospective jur II Woman 100 Breaks Hip Kicking Up NEW YORK AP Sprightly Mrs Sara Nelson who weighs less than her age 98 pounds to 100 years denies breaking her hip while ballet dancing But the little lady admits I was kicking up my heel a Mrs Nelson who will be 101 July 6 explained Thursday how the came to be in hospital for the first time in her life Toasting photographers at her bedside with a raised glass ol orange juice Mrs Nelson said she fell two days ago while getting some food out of the refrigerator of her Manhattan apartment When a policeman arrivec Man Wife Serving On Sarrae NEW YORK the firs time in the history of New York General Sessions Court a man On 45Day Queen Prince Open Terminal At Gander By RELMAN MOR1N GANDER Nfld Elizabeth II and Prince Philip flew here today to open a new million dollar air port terminal building Gander is a stopping point for trans atlantic airliners A Royal Canadian Air Force plane landed them after a 45minute flight from St Johns the provincial capital The Queen opening a sixweek journey across Canada confront ed one of the most gruelling pro grams in her hardworking reign 5he received a cordial but re strained welcome at St Johns Big Four In Recess TillJulylB BULLETIN GENEVA Big Four foreign ministers locked in dis agreement over a stopgap status for Berlin have agreed to recess until July 13 Western sources said tonight The arrangement was made at a secret session at the head quarters of Soviet Foreign Min ister Andrei A Gromyko GENEVA Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko to day refused to accept the Wests latest proposals for a stopgap Berlin solution even as a basis of discussion A Bitish delegation spokesman said GroroyKo advaiiced new pro interim rangement but these have given no new hope to the West for a solution Mr Gromyko has not accepted the Western proposals even as a Thursday For a new hours it appeared her weather luck had deserted her and that grim gray fog which smoth ered St Johns for three days might disrupt the tour The thick mist lifted miraculously a few hours before she arrived by jet airplane from London Thursday afternoon The skies were virtual ly cloudless and warm sunshine flooded the bleak heavily wooded region around the city Then heavy clouds returned after the Queens afternoon appearances but cleared again Thursday night Todays program began with a reception at government House a See 4 Col 8 and wife have served together onbasis for discussion the British spokesman said Furthermore the Soviet posi tion as put forward this afternoon by Mr Gromyko coupled with Mr Khrushchevs speech has giv en no new hope to the Western delegations for a In Moscow Premier Nikita S Khrushchev declared in a speech ors Then both sides must accept at the Kremlin that the Allied a married couple Mr and Mrs Marvin Spiegel who operate a millinery business sat on the jury Thursday in the trial of two men in a robbery case Before final acceptance of Mrs Spiegel 55 the defense attorney asked her Would you be swayed by the fact your husband might promise you a fur coat if you voted the way he did That would make no differ retored Mrs Spiegel Said her 63yearold husband She has a mind of her own Ill vouch for occupation of West Berlin must end The British statement echoed by other Western delegations was issued during an intermission be tween two secret sessions of the Big Four foreign ministers Western informants later said Gromykos proposals today broad See 4 Col 1 Still the Same Old Army WASHINGTON Pfc An drew God has been acquit ted by a courtmartial that he willfully destroyed government property God an architect before he was drafted and assigned to nearby Ft Myer disputed accusations that what be did was wasteful The charge Slicing eyes out of potatoes instead of digging them out with a knife Thursday and asked her what eryone welcome happened she told him Oh I Was kicking up my heel a But as for the police report that ihe had been ballet dancing she snorted I dont know where they got that ridiculous Mrs Nelson said she was born in Rochester in 1858 that her husband James a stock broker died many years ago and only child died in infancy Looking forward to her next Hirthday Mrs Nelson said Id like to stay around for a while Im having a good time Ive never grown old Ive never worn draw strings on my bonnet or woolen She added her eyes twinkling If you find a goodlooking man whos not too old let me Round and Square dance June 19 Rustic Lodge Benefit White Twp Democrat Committee Ev Stocking Rainbow Lake Ernest Intersection Sat morn 10 lisb 18 to 260x 260x Rescue Man Injured In Canyon Fall LAS VEGAS Nev Read a Milwaukee department store executive is hospitalized here with injuries suffered in one of the nations most inaccessible in the gorge of the Grand Canyon Read 37 fell Saturday while ex ploring at Elves Chasm in Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona He suffered a broken back and fractured skull Read was deep in the canyon VIOLENT PITTSBURGH and police inspect the wreckage of an auto in which 17yearold Andrew S Tis of Pittsburghs Swissvale section was killed yesterday on the Fern Hollow Bridge in Frick Park The auto traveling at a high rate of speed glanced against a utility pole and then wrapped itself around another pole AP Wirephoto Living Cost IhUSHifs New Peak WASHINGTON AP Living costs hit a new peak in May Small rises in prices for prac tically all types of consumer goods lifted the Labor Depart ments cost index onetenth of one per cent front the April level At 124 per cent of the 194749 base period the index was the highest it has ever reached And the prospect is for a fur ther small increase duringthe summer months In reporting the figures today the Labor Department said spend able earnings of factory workers meaning their pay after federal tax deductions also hit a record The average for the factory worker heading a family of four was a week It was for the single factory worker These earnings each were 35 Separate Peace Treaty Macfe if Nikita cents higher than the record set in April The department said the rise in spendable earnings was due both to longer working hours and high er pay rates The buying power of the worker Codney Boy Not To Go On Trial PHILADELPHIA AP Phila delphias district attorney said to day that the teenaged slayer of Becky Holt will not be tried for murder Dist Atty Victor H Blanc said he has recommended that Edward J Cooney be kept under the juris diction of Municipal Court Youngv Cooney an honor stu dent confessed strangling the pretty little Holt child on an im pulse the afternoon of June 4 The decision means that Cooney 15 wilf be adjudged a juvenile delinquent and committed to a state industrial school Blanc said he reached his deci the boy was emotionally dis turbed The psychiatrists did not find is up about 9 per cent from a I11 ps year ago because living costs i have changed very little since then H E Riley price chief for the Idiotic and therefore unable to an Indus departments Bureau of Labor for treatment of his emotional Statistics said the living cost dex has been moving within anl Blanc who made known his de CONDON AP Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev said today the Soviet Union would go ahead and sign a peace treaty with Communist East Germany if the West con tinued to hinder the settlement of the German Khrushchev in a speech broadcast by Moscow radio said the Soviet Union had expressed its readiness to sign a peace treaty with the German state which wanted it anc the German Democratic Republic government east Germany had said it wanted a peace He added The Soviet govern ment wanted to sign a peace treaty with a united soverieign German state but as this was no if the West contin ued to hinder the settlement o the German re mained for the Soviet Union bu to sign a peace treaty with om sovereign Speaking to visiting East Ger man Communist leaders Khrush chev said The Soviet Union re grets that the Western powers do not want to sign a peace treaty but the West should understand that nothing will hindder the So viet Union from signing a treaty with the German Democratic Re When such a treaty is signed he said it will mean the end o the occupation of East Germanys territory If attempts would be made by powers to maintain the occupatior by force the Soviet Union woul support the with all mean at its diposal and would defend GOP Says Dems Furl Battle Flags WASHINGTON heav ily Democratic Congress has furled its antirecession battle flags and is in full retreat from its promised spending programs the Republican National Commit tee said today The committee in its publica tion Battle said the has W improvised switch is taking place in full view of a prosperous nation and a highly bemused press The committee said Democratic leaders earlier this year used o i tlier k8 rnaJorities to Put through institution what it called huge vetoinviting spending bills on airport aid hous ing and depressed areas II People Losers President WASHINGTON AP resident Eisenhower said to lay that the American people are the losers in whathe call ed the sad episode of Senate ejection of Lewis L Strauss as secretary of commerce The grimfaced President ook the highly unusual step f calling newsmen into his White House office to read a rief statement At the outset Eisenhower noted that the Senate Thurs ay night refused to confirm Strauss for the Cabinet post The turndown came in a niatic postmidnight roll call 4946 Eisenhower went on to praise trauss warmly He called Strauss a man who has loyally honorably and effec ively served his nation under our presidents Eisenhower said further that if the nation is to be denied the right to have officials of proven ability and integrity in responsible gov ernment positions then indeed it s the American people who are the losers in this sad The statement was squarely in Jne with the position the Presi dent has throughout the long Strauss ef dedicated and upright pub lic servant X See 4 Col 2 Then the committee said as an ally of the War extremely narrow range for aicision as tlle bov was recalledwas a long caused by an saw he said year The May index was onlv today before Judge Sydney Hoffj aroused public opinion against inj Some people in the West he threetenths of one per cent above man juvenile division saidjflationary spending an acceleratwent on have the illusion that the May 1958 level But Riley said that while he would call the level of living costs with a boatingpacking party Theistable the index probably will only way to get him out was rse during the sum float him 70 miles down the Col orado River through fierce rap ids strapped to an air mattress The party started downstream See 4 Col 3 j there were precedents for his ac ion in the case Cooney strangled his tiny neigh See 4 Col 5 Inside The Gazette BOYLE Hal Boyle continues his reports from his vacation in Europe If you have ever been a tourist youll want to read his column on page 6 CKEEKSIDE Creekside has captured the first half of the Indiana County League See this and other sports on pages 18 and 19 Features mer months if food costs increase as they usually do up until the time of the fall harvests in Sep tember and October In May fractional increases were recorded for food housing See 4 Col 4 ing boom in the economy and in conditions would remain the same employment and firm opposition after the peace treaty and that from President Eisenhower and communications with Berlin would Republicans in Congress See 4 Col 6 Per Cent Hike Indiana In 60A Census Preview High School Grad Also Has Triplets REDLANDS Calif Sue Voss has a few things the other 469 graduates at Redlands High School dont have triplets Today is just about the proud est day of my said Linda who gets her diploma today No body around here thought Id make it through The David and born last Sept 17 to her and her husband David 19 a dairy worker At the time Linda was about to enter her senior year She was determined to graduate so the school agreed to continue her in struction at home She and David took turns mind ing the youngsters Her mother helped with the children during the few hours a day when neithei she nor her husband was home When teacher called Linda put away the diapers brought out textbooks and hustled the babiei off to sleep Its been tough all she added but you never know what can do until you have to And mister we have to Linda got two As and one B on her final report card She proudly emphasizes that she was taking a stiff college preparatory course Few married girls ever finish high school said Principal Leo nard Mundy and Linda is the first mother to graduate with her class from Redlands Now that she has her diploma does Linda plan to call it quits academically speaking Linda says she has no intention of resting on her sheepskin She and her husband are planning to get college degrees Clymer RD Man Confined Here John Buzzard 42 Clymer RD is confined to the Indiana County Jail in lieu of payment of fines and costs for four illegal parking violations In a hearing yesterday before justice of the peace A M Cox I the Clymer 2 man was or NEW YORK in just about nine months from now census takers will start making the rounds in Indiana as the 18th Decennial Census of the United states gets under way Joca feMeat required to answefj or have ans wered Jor certain bask questions as to sex age color race maritai 5tatus and the Uke Jn addition every fourth famUy wlu ssked number dered to pay the fines and costs of other qiie5uons relating to in or be committed for a similar come rent pai4 home valuation AUddtat Bwfiuew Mirror Cburcb Newt 30 t Comici Si Editorial HoiplUl Motet SocUly 10 Sportt TVIUdio WEATHER Partly cloudy with little temperature change tonight and Satur day Low tonight in upper 40s number of days Buzzard reportedly refused to pay the parking violation fines given him by the Indiana Borough Police Dance Hotel Homer tonite Top Hatters 260x type of heating bathrooms auto mobiles washing machines The findings when assembl ed will present a detailed pic ture of life in Indiana For manufacturers and distri butors for advertisers and or others concerned with economic planning they will answer the allimportant questions of How much and how many Indianas figures will show ac cording to unofficial estimates a shift in population during the tenyear period About peo ple equal to percent of the population will be found in the over 65 age bracket compared with percent ia 1950 Also because of the reduced mortality rate hi the upper age groups the median age of the local population which was years in 1950J will be somewhat higher A definite jump will be re corded also in educational at tainment meaning years of school among heads of households It will average years more than it did in 1950 thanks to benefits received by veterans under the GI bill Some change is also indicated jsaylor Armstrong Indiana Soylor Votes No j WASHINGTON Rep John P in the size of local households The new count is expected to show the average family consist ing of persons as against previously the rise due chiefly to bigger birth rates Latest projections place the local I960 population percent tighter than it was in 1950 when the total was The aftertax income locally if the present trend continues is calculated to climb next year to a figure several percent above the per capita currently reported U was per capita at the time of the last census Cambria counties was one of only three Pennsylvania congressmen to vote against i billion for eign aid authorization bill in the U S House of Representatives today The measure however passed the House 271 142 and was sent to the Senate Women of Moose meet at Cly mer Moose Home Sat nite 6 30 to go to McCardle Funeral Home for services for Edith Jepson 260x S H green purchases 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