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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Servei Every Member af the Family Cheer tip Your neighbor wilt return your power mower just is soon as it rum out of gas City MMHMMlMM Volume 265 EDITION Pages u Indiana June25 1959 Two Sections KILLER STARKWEATHER EXECUTED u ers F Steel F Industry Asks Extension Of Present Pacts NEW YORK union leaders meet today to frame an answer to an indus 41 try proopsal to extend present labor contracts indefinitely beyond a scheduled Tuesday midnight expiration A number of members of the 33man United Steelwork ers Executive Board saic privately they favored out right rejection of the exten suggested a union be in the making that might also avoid a July 1 strike David J McDonald USW presi dent declined to say in advance what course he will recommend tothe board and later to the 171 jfman Wage Policy Committee leaders were knownto feel that an extension of any kind likely would be useless because me industrys positinn that it wont take on new employment cost bbligatiqns of any character the Nnion may ivith a coun terproposal fyr d contract exten a month with a proviso that any eventual contract changes be See 4 Col 7 Ikes Plans For CD Shelter ta DIG OUT OF JAIL Johnny Dio to U S Deptrty Mr XT r post Auburn j 15to30yeiar sentencelor latfor extbrtiori Wirephoto rejected Argentina On Brink Of Revolt Today By ROMAN JIMENEZ BUENOS AIRES Argentina Argentina seemed today with President Arturo by continuing rebelliousness in military Demo Leader Sees Enough Tax Support HARRISBURG AP Rep Stephen McCann House Democratic leader said today has enough votes without Republican help to pass three administration tax bills which Slave been stalled in the House McCann said he would de cide on Monday whether to Force a showdown vote on he measures two of which Have been defeated once next week I have asked to meet with Republican leaders and after that Ill announce whether therell be a vote next said McCann We are in a position now to tee heard testimony today that a si TTw RESENTMENT CAUSE AND Brutally beaten 15 monthold Debbie Faye Mize her head a mass of purplish welts and eyes puffed almost into slits is shown in her crib in a Cov ington hospital last night victim of a beating In jail charged with assault and battery and held under bond is Harold Wayne Rouse 19 who was quoted by police as saying he resfented the child born out of wedlock to his 17year old bride of three months Po lice quoted Rouse as saying I picked her up by her heelsand banged her against a AP Wirephoto Labor Boss Payoff At SunTele WASHINGTON Sen ate LaborManagement Commit Eisen i sen howers request for to build an underground civil de fense operating shelter at Den ton Tex But it granted the Presidents plea for nine nvllion dollars to build new facilities aiid improve existing facilities at the space agencys jet propulsion laboratory at Pasadena Calif In both cases the committee turned down recommendations of one of its subcommittees I The subcommittee had voted to eny money for the Pasadena project and to provide four million dollars to build underground shel ters at Denton and at Harvard Mass The President had request ed shelter money only for Denton The subcommittee urged that a nfiw jet laboratory be located at a site more protected in the event of national emergency The full committee however on potion of Rep Jamie L Whitten turned down the under ground shelter funds and on mo tion of Rep John J Rhodes R restored money for the Pasadena laboratory Both actions are expected to Peronist labor unions Government officials continued to claim that the threat to the government had been averted by Frondizis reshuffle of his cabinet and particularly by the appointment of a lead ing advocate of free enterprise Alvaro Alsogaray to head the economic and labor ministries Other sources said certain high military leaders were far from satisfied and sentiment in favor of ousting Frondizi was still strong in the armed forces War Secretary Hector Solanas Pacheco admitted that a number of army officers for whom arrest warrants had been issued were still at large Many were believed Man Killed InTwoCar Truck Crash LEBANON Pa J killedinstantly wwo ucucvcu night m the collision of two the military barracks at Cor Q rtrt O I rrn and a tractortrailer on Route 72 four miles south of here Annville state police said Kel lers automobile collided with an other car operated by Nancy Kar inch 15 Lebanon 5 and a tractortrailer driven by Richard M Boltz 36 Fredericksburg George J Johnson 44 Lebanon and Satoris Fisher 38 Reading were taken to Good Samaritan Hospital with multiple cuts and bruises They were riding in Kel lers car touch off a fight when an omnibus gar by ad The Karinch girl and a passen the House next week The bill carries forwasTimhurt operation of a group of miscel agencies Its total is less than the Presi dent had requested New Federal Lob Contract SALTSBURG Federal Lab oratories and District 50 of the United Mine Workers have ne otiated a new contract which provides an increase in pay for 225 union employes The company and union repre sentatives came to terms yes terday deadline for a 10day ex tension to the June 14 expira tiondate of the old contract The new pact provides some redassifications in job rates as well as the hourly pay increase 17 ea leased from the hospital Boltz A Eagles Party tonite Thurs See 4 Col 7 Indiana Native Dies In Pqh Edward H Sutton 79 well known in the printing industry in Pittsburgh and a director of the William G Johnston died yes terday at his home in the King Edward Apartments in Pittsburgh Mr Sutton was bom Sept 18 1879 in Indiana a son of late Thomas and Ella Hildebrand Sut ton formerly of South Sixth St A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette Inside The Gazette HOMER CITY in the Minw and other sports on pages 22 and 23 DREW PEARSON SAYS n EafP western drama plansto dramatize the page ft radloactive fallout See Drew Pearsons column on pass certain tax bills with only Democratic He also expressed confidence that Gov Lawrence will present ah uptodate picture concerning estimated revenue taxation and budget matters in a special ap pedrance before session of fhe 4Leg5l8t Lawrence asked permis s i o n Wednesday to the Legis lature But he didnt say what he would talk about The three tax measures listed See DemorPage 4 Col 5 Blue Laws Praised Assailed HARRISBURG vanias ancient Blue Laws on Sun day retail sales were both assail ed and praised Wednesday in thousands of words of testimony before a House committee At a fivehour hearing that at tracted an overflow turnout the House Rules Committee heard di vergent views from spokesmen for business labor church and civic groups They commented on a Senate passed bill which would increase penalties for Sunday sales of such items as hardware appliances furniture jewelry and toys The bill would provide a fine of for the first offense and for eacn subsequent offense with in one year Present law on the books since 1794 limits the fine to and costs The Sunday sales issue has been before the courts oh several oc casions in the past year As the testimony droned on Speaker H G Andrews commit tee chairman had difficulty main taining order The proceedings were interrupted often by ap plause remarks and other out bursts Urging passage William H Ha ger Lancaster president of the Pennsylvania Retailers said the future working conditions of retail employes were in volved He said the resulting competi tive impact from increased Sun day operations will soon force other retailers to open on Sunday See 4 Col 4 Alcoa Union Talks Slated PITTSBURGH con Features Lamp Biuiueis Mirror Comic 34 56 Editorial 6 fcotei 27 Obltuariet 4 Society TVBadio World Todaj WEATHER Mostly cloudy warm and humid today tonight and Friday with showers and mostly in the afternoon and evening Low tonight 68 to 72 High tomorrow 80 to 85 Teamsters Union official drew premium pay and other benefits from the Pittsburgh Pa Sun Telegraph as a price for labor peace J Ppch the newspa pers business benefits to Theodore dent of Pittsburgh TeamsteriL Lo cal 211 had of in telephone charges while Cozza allegedly ran a numbers betting racket from his office at the newspaper Poch said the paper finally had fired Cozza as supervisor of its drivers last May because Cozza had threatened Irving Lees an ficiency expert The testimony opened hearings af which the committee seeks to show that shakedowns have been a continuing thing in the Team sters Union and that Congress should pass some tough corrective labor laws Poch testified that Cozza actual ly did very little work for the newspaper but was paid a full salary plus an amount equal to the most overtime paid to any He said the arrangement with See 4 Col 4 Space Capsules Being Tested WASHINGTON AP scale model space capsules are being tested to pave the way for the return of the first men in space Congress has been told The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported Say Satchmo Gravely Sick Lies In Coma SPOLETO Italy AP Louis Satchmo Armstrong who trumpeted his way to the top ranks of jazz lay gravely ill in a coma here tonight Italian doctors said the leatherlunged musician hac suffered heart disturbances which seriously complicated arr attack of pneumonia He fell ill with pneumbnia Tues day But Satchmos American physi cian Dr Alexander Schiff who accompanied him to this little central Italian town for a musica festival insisted almost tearfully on another diagnosis He never had any kind of heart Schiff said He just lew himself out thats all Any musician who blows on a wind in strument for years suffers weakening of the heart Thats And Satchmo the satchel mouthed music man from New been making magic on his sweettoned horn since the irth of jazz In dramatic evidence of his rise rom the old tin pan days of New Orleans music Armstrong lay ill n a town dedicated to Italian classic opera He was invited here to play for the Two Worlds Festival of Eruo pean and American music in the Spoleto Theater dedicated to pro moting Italian opera Armstrong looked unproved Wednesday He up ate well and talked a lot Ae suffered a sharp steback a VightfaU His 4 Icjle Because of Steel Strike PITTSBURGH AP Approxi mately Pittsburgh district members of the United Steelwork ers remained idle because of strikes today A strike at the Southside plant of Jones Laughlin Steel Corpora tions Pittsburgh Works entered its fourth day About open hearth workers struck Sunday in an incentive pay dispute Nearly other workers refuse to pass picket lines Both the company and the union agree the strike violates the no strike clause of the contract which expires at midnight June 30 The union has advised the open hearth workers to return to the job They refuse to do so because the company has given no guaran tee that it will not take discipli nary action against the strikers At nearby Vandergrift some USW members struck for the third consecutive day at a plant of United Engineering Foundry Co This strike resulted a union spokesman said because f oaiUj UCCalldC that capsules are being dropped I the company employed a new man from very high altitudes at the Wallops Island station off the Vir ginia coast to operate a lathe at an hour Regular lathe operators receive about an hour DECLINES BONUS A couple of hours before this picture was taken John 0 Ek blom 64 passed up a bonus which directors of the Hupp in Cleveland want ed to give him in addition to a salary of a year Ek blom board chairman of Hupp told the directors meeting yes terday to distribute the as incentive increases to other executives and that will be done He said a total sum of far exceeds my needs and my AP Title Fight Postponed Till Friday Night BULLETIN NEW YORK m The heavy weight title fight between cham pion Floyd Patterson and Swe dens Ingemar Johansson at Yankee Stadium was postponed until Eastern Stand ard Time Friday night because tof rain NEW YORK Champion Floyd Patterson weigh ed 182 pounds and Swedish chal enger Ingemar Johansson 196 for heir Il5round title at Yankee Sta dium tonight Promoter Bill Ros nsohn said the jjput would be icld as scheduled if humanly Rosensohn said the fight defin tely was on despite a steady morning rain and threat of more howers during the day and night The forecast is no more en ouraging for he added We will have the fight onight if humanly The Weather Bureau was not ncouraging It forecast a chance f showers off and on during the lay and Rosertsohn said he already had in the till from ticket ales the breakeven point but dded that a postponement would omplicate the closed television ircuit plans Claim Mass Killer Calm SelfControllei LINCOLN Neb AP Mass killer Charles Stark weather calm and selfcori rolled to the end paid with lis life today for a brutal jlood letting 17 months ago One ironic hitch marked he electric chair execution The prison physician who was to have pronounced Stark weather dead suffered a heart attack and died Dr B A Finkel 75 was stricken just a half hour be ore the execution Alternates carried on The finale to the story of the neerdowell exgarbage hauler Dlamed for 11 knife and gun kill ings came at CST in white painted basement execution ihamber at the Nebraska State The 20yearold killer had no ast words At he walked unas sisted into the chamber glanced at some 35 assembled witnesses managed a kind of smile and am bled up to the bulky wooden ex icution chair His head was shaven of its red hair and a trouser leg had been ut off to accomodate the electri al contacts A curtain was1 drawn in front of the witnesses as Starkweather was strapped in the chair The curtain opened A half mask covered the killers face there anything you would ike to say asked Deputy War den John Greenholtz Starkweather shook his head negatively i mask was affixed and he executioner out of sight be hind a partition got the signal At the volt charge Stark weathers body strained against ts bonds See 4 Col 1 JohnLWise Area Editor Died Today r BUTLER Pa AP John L Vise 66 editor and president of he BUtler Eagle died unexpect edly at his Butler home early to York Mayor Signs Tax Bills NEW YORK Rob ert F Wagner has signed into aw five city tax measures ex acted to raise 90 million dollars o help support a record budget They include the ontroversial 10cent taxicab ride ax a year on juke boxes a joost in the tax on gross receipts af utilities and a tax on real es ate sales over Citys Main Dikes Canton China Braces For Ravages Of Flood By ROY ESSOYAN KONG AP 52YeorOld Rail Ticket Good LOUISVILLE Ky wo years ago Dr Austin W Smith of Cookeville bought 15cent ticket from the Louis rille Nashville Railroad ao 3ayme B OJ MKS Recently he found it among his Souththat converge with the Tung or i South China port already are unPPers and noticed it had no jthe Peh and Si or West rivers i Canton as saying parts of the big Wise had served as editor and of the Butler newspaper or the past 40 years During that Ime he was also a member of the Pennsylvania Society of Newspa er Editors Wise a graduate of Butler High school and Allegheny College erved as president of the Butler Chamber of Commerce from 1929 o 1931 He was also a director of he Butler County Memorial Hos pital and secretary of the board of he hospital He also was a former rustee of Slippery Rock State eachers College Wise is survived by his widow tfrs Ruth C Wise a daughter flrs Gael T Douglass of San a son John L Wise r of Butler two brothers Ver ion L Wise of Butler and Gerald Wise of Pittsburgh and a sis ir Mrs Earl C Zimm of Butler Funeral arrangements have not seen completed f TTlbll 141C A Ullg Ul China metropolis of Canton was East River above Canton and flow described today as a city of terto the South China Sea through ror its W millinn pearj Riyer estuary ror its iy2 million people facing what may be its most catastroph ic flood in a century But the citys main dikes were reported still holding at midday Communist and antiCommunist der flood waters ranging from kneehigh to 10 feet piration date assured hire the ticket still was valid Wednesday Smith boarded the They said lowlying areas Wednesday bmith boarded flu anton have been flooded for a Floridabound Dixie Flier at EstiU tract negotiations between Alumi un me suuauun were num Co of America and the Alujsources e bot Painted a scarce and reports contradictory m Workers International fure disaster in they show China is still vui Union will resume in New York Provmce acrossnerable to ageold natural calami july g the border from Hone Kone HOC J Tt 4J Ml VMti rains reportedly continued in the Canton have been flooded foi Peh watershed Wednesday butweek and residents are using Ten for an the Tung was said to have begun sampans to get through theute ride to Decherd Tenn dropping streets were Peiping radio reported two milQpwpntkl lion men are working to build up JCVC ll V the dikes Union and management repre sentatives held an initial four hour meeting here Wednesday then recessed without comment A million acres of rice jute peanuts and sugar cane have been rp pccuims awu sugar cane nave oeen The independent newspaper Smgi Since assuming power in 1949 flooded in the interior of Kwang rao Jin Pap said Canton is ajthe Chinese Communists have betung the broadcast said and 200T the threat ofgun vast projects to curb floods OOo people in its droughts and insect plagues that homes driven from their The present contract expires WMOfy an one Billion over the centuries have meant the Peipings only report on casual uly 31 The union bargains f are Uvmg n constant dread difference between starvation andities so far has listed 187 persons Sarvn tov July 31 The union barga some Alcoa employes ri r j vauuu munes sy iar nus nsiea mi oersons IdeatHf on for Povertystrickendead 29 missing and 204 injured 1 death jf the dikes on the Peh or Chinese peasant Sources in Hong Kone sav these CiVC ProNationaHst and independent figureare DETROIT AP Fire which raced through a Detroit hQrae June 14 has claimed its seventh young victim Nathan Crowell 10 died Wednesday of burns He was one of eight Crowell children in the house A girl 11 escaped with minor burns alter jumping from window S H gjreen stamps ou dll tfx
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