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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Membev of the Family ou can do almost Anything electricity except pay the r it it 270 City EDITION Thirtytwo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday July I 1959 Two Sections Seven Cent WILDCAT STRIKES IDLE owers Expected To End Local Heat Wave 1 Relief ercury i ars90 I temperatures and high I ay continued today to the weather the number one topic of conversation in Indiana County The weathermans predic tion of more showers for Pennsylvania today would bring relief from the heat Rains of short duration in ifnost parts of the county early yesterday e v e n i n g brought some comforting breezes The high humidity however con tinued to make the atmos i phere sticky This first long heatwave of the summer has city folks racing for swimming pools and country folks concerned about the dryness of e fields In spite of last evenings rain tempeatures remained in the 70s the low for the night being at 5 This afternoon the irmometer was again reading inj high 80s I lie Weather Bureau forecast re showers for Pennsylvania iay and Thursday and predict imore relief frcfm the weeklong wave towers brought temporary re throughout th state Tuesday it after the thermometer hit degrees in for the ond straight day lost of the thunderstorm ac ity centered in the eastern part the state and lowered the tem eratures anywhere from 1020 de rees from the 90plus reading re corded earlier Fierce winds and lightning Caused considerable damage See 4 Col 4 JET FIGHTER CRASHES INTO SCHOOL U S military chaplain and soldier weeping mothers to bodies of their children killed by tragic crash of an F100 jet fighter at Miya mori primary school in Ishikawa north of Naha Okinawa The Air Force said 21 persons were killed and 100 injured when the pilotless plane hurtled into the corner of the The blazing wreckage set fire to 30 houses in vicinity Capt John G Schmitt of Chalmers parachuted to safety after an explosion occurred aboard the super Sabre jet soon after takeoff from Kadena Air Base Aliquippa Local In WalkOut ALIQUIPPA Pa AP Pickets kept some of the United Steel workers Unions biggest local away from their jobs today at he Aliquippa plant of Jones Laughlin Steel Corp Some of the pickets carried placards reading No con Both company officials and heads of the USW Local 1211 said the strike was unauthor zed The work stoppage start ed when employes on the 8 a m to 4 p m shift failed to report A company spokesman said ef forts are being made now to bank Wast furnaces and open hearths The plant employs about Contracts covering the basic steel industry were scheduled to expire at midnight but interna tional union officials and company representatives agreed to extend the contract to July 14 Michael J Zahorsky recording secretary of Local 1211 said every effort is being made to get the men back to work I think it is safe to say that some of the pickets are not mem bers of the United Steelworkers Our contract is sacred We want the men back on the he said Nicholas Mamula long an out See 4 Col 4 Gov Long Will Seek Mental Bill W Germany Elects Luebke President BERLIN Heinrich Luebke 64 agriculture min ister was elected president of West Germany today Luebke was the candidate of Chancellor Konrad Aden Christian Democratic party He defeated Carlo a predawn Schmid the Socialist candidate and Max Becker who was he planned ii u c r T wuu was La K Long said in news conference today he planned Choice of the Free Democratic Party to call a special session of the Legislature next month so you won n second ballot cant commit a man to a 6 votes in the 1 038member hospital without 10 neighbors signElectoral was slx the papers more votes than needed Luebke a jaunty man has been of ing the Talking to newsmen while sit ting in his car in front of a hotel Long added his bill would also Estimate 350 Deaths On f4th but he is little known outside CHICAGO AP Traffic acci dents during the weekend Inde RUSSIAN DISPLAY OPENED TO statue of a Russian worker and a portrait of Lenin creator of the Communist state loom over a display of space vehicles as the public gets its first look at the Soviet cultural and scientific exhibition in New Yorks Coliseum At right is a sputnik nose cone of the type currently believed to be orbiting around the sun in outer space AP Wirephoto Beck Foils To Show For Hearing Ike Keeps Nelitral Over GOP Choice WASHINGTON Eisenhower said to day he intends to keep hands off the selection of the 1960 Republican presidential nominee Eisenhower told his news conference that while it would be difficult for any man to remain entirely neutral he does NEW YORK Beckjnot intend to indicate his choice either privately or publicly former president of the Teamsters union failed to show up today for pleading to charges that he ac cepted from two truck firm executives while he was un ion chief A federal judge imme diately issued a warrant for Ais arrest When Becks case was called in the court of Judge Gregory F Noonan neither the defendant nor his lawyer replied Asst U S Atty Donald Shaw then told the court that the case had been delayed from last week at the request of Becks Seattle lawyer Shaw suggested that no action The President went on to say the Republican party has a num ber of able men of vigorous years who could be selected with honor to the party In response to questions Eisen hower discounted the domestic po litical effects of Vice President Richard M Nixons forthcoming visit to Moscow to open the American fair there A reporter noted that Eisenhow iers selection of Nixon for this 80 Drown 100 Missing In Colombia BOGOTA Colombia AP A search was under way today for 100 persons still missing after a flash flood wrecked a village absence was named to succeed I ll1 A 1 J Fidel Group Charges Red Infiltration HAVANA Castros government today sought the ar rest of Maj Pedro Luis Diaz Lanz after he resigned his command of the Cuban air force and charged that Communists had infilitrated Castros armed forces The whereabouts of Diaz were a mystery There was speculation that he had gone underground or fled from Cuba Diaz turned in his resignation to President Manuel Urrutia and leveled the Red charges after re turning to duty from a months absence attributed to typhoid fe ver Maj Workers Protesting No Pact NEW YORK AP workers staged scattered wildcat strikes today idling more than persons de spite pleas of President Eisen hower and orders of union officials Top union leaders quickly directed the men to get back to work One huge steel plant in Pennsylvania was shut when members of the United Steel workers Union set up picket lines Others in Cleveland and Pennsylvania were pre paring similar production halts Backtowork orders went out from the union president David J McDonald and other union lead ers in midmorning There was no immediate report of the results The walkouts among the nations half million steelworkers began late Tuesday night and snowballed during the morning hours todayv The big Fairless works of the Steel Corp at Morrisville was shut Picket lines were set up late Tuesday night The union president David J McDonald is here heading the un ions fourman team seeking to negotiate a new contract with the nations major steel producers The intemationali union has taken prompt and vigorous action to honor the extension agreements with the various steel See 4 Col Negotiators To SpeedUp Steel Talks NEW YORK pace of contract negotiations in the steel industry accelerates Fourman teams today representing Juan Almeida who com manded the air force in Diazs central Colombia Eighty bodies had been recovered Torrential rains in the Andes See 4 Col 3 jpendence Day holiday the Nation require that theyll have to haveifarming circles Qve experts there explaining He served in the Kaisers armies al Safety Council estimates will whats what without all those big in World War I and then 350 persons UfkiHc n The council in a preholiday Long returned from a fourhour j party a member of the Catholic Center j j t t A ucouay aiavi coumaicu V When Hitler rose to inl3000 will suffer disabl with his doctor and several state 1933 the members of the Catholic ing injuries in highway accidents statement Tuesday also estimated officials jCenter Party came under suspijit said 45 million automobiles will cion and Luebke was jailed for 20 be v r JhrtZ2 HI LaVH cion and Luebke was jailed for 20 be on the 54 iv debrimmed hat His legs During world War 11 he hour holiday period from 6 tied ou the airconditioned car workd for a Berlin construction IOM Fridav tft midnight He said he expects to call the session around Aug 1 company Luebke was one of the first local time Sunday Friday to midnight In the regular session that endmembers of me postwar Christian Eagles Party every Thursday I m May two of Longs pet bills Democratic oartv g Y Y win 7fV ed died in the Senate One would have tightened regulations on small loan companies Another would have set back two weeks the Dec 5 gubernatorial primary date 1 know a couple of the meni responsible and theyre supposed to be my Long said He told newsmen he had about ur hours sleep before going out to eat and talk with his friends For several hours Tuesday Louisiana politicians hurried into See Gov 4 Col Democratic party nite Wed tfx be taken at the time but that Mountains set off Landslides cre Beck and the lawyer be given anjating new dangers inthe stricken other chance to show up later in Toiima province around Ibague the day If they did not appear then he said a warrant could be issued However Judge Noonans flushed and he snapped face the provincial capital 80 miles southwest of Bogota Rains continued in the region The small Combeima River went went on a rampage Monday Oh no I think a warrantnjgilt and all but wiped out the should be issued right now Of Caserio Juntas eight is not going to play footsie withjmiies from Ibague Fifty identi fied bodies were lined up in the us I think Miss Fjiances Kapitzky a wom if he does not Of village ian banker from Strasburg Ohio the sense to come in when notified Many houses were swept is interested in amateur dra him A few hours later Almeida ordered his predecessors arrest and accused him of desertion treason robbery and dealing with members of expresident Fulgen cio Batistas regime Diaz in his letter of resignation had accused Almeida of trying to supplant him because of his out spoken opposition to Communist influence on Castros government OBERLIN Ohio AP Theland his army Evangelical and Reformed Church Almeida ordered Diazs arrest today for the first time elected after conferring with Castro and a woman as its moderator She his brother Maj Raul Castro Church Picks Woman For First Time the 12 largest steel companies and the United Steelworkers of Amer ica plan both morning and after noon sessions daily Industry representatives met Tuesday to discuss specific pro posals for contract language to be submitted to the union Company officials said they planned no change in their posi tion that the new contract should not involve any increase in total employment costs The union has been demanding a substantial wage increase and other benefits Wages now average an The old threeyear contracts in the which had been to expire Tuesday were extended until July 14 after Presi dent Eisenhower intervened in dispute last Saturday commander of Cubas armed forces he should be brought in here by Heavy damage was reported to matics and choir singing an army if jrich coffee plantations and live Her election as head of In Homer City 1 Lightning Hits Punxy Youth PUNXSUTAWNEY Pa Grube 14 of Punxsutaw ney was reported resting com fortably in Adrian Hospital Tues day night after she was struck by lightning during a thunderstorm Four other girls who were standing with Karen were n o t hit CoralGraceton Fire Co parly S H green stamps on all Pennsylvania Humane officer iurchases Easy terms Rogers after complaints by several Ho Billy The Kid In Jail Again Homer City Crash Hurts Two Women HOMER CITY Two tawney women are in fair condi tion in the Indiana Hospital today by rolling rocks loosed by Christian churches are in able to continue with his robberas a result of a one caf slides process of merging into j crash in the borough this morning Army helicopters rushed relief j United Church of Christ The heads Almeida added that as a result Miss Phrona R Smith 25 RD3 supplies to the stricken region i of the two merging denominations of Diazs defection some persons driver of the auto is suffering cut off by washed out bridges andPreside jointly over the United1 See 4 Col 8 from a fractured jaw and tions of the mouth and neck 1 The new air force chief said I Diaz had been under investigation plantations and live Her election as head of thisifor crimes to which he must stock along the flooded river church automatically makes her j answer before revolutionary tribu Among the known dead were 16 comoderator of the United Church He charged that Diaz had policemen caught as they slept of Christ The Evangelical and Reraised the cry of Communist infil Other victims were believed killed j formed Church and the Congrega cry tration when he saw he was un highways Ibague a city of persons without electricity i Church of Christ which will con vene here Sunday HOMER CITY Billy the Kid is in jail today The Kid who was unarmed but full of fight when captured was apprehended and lodged without bail following a couple of shuffles with Homer City re sidents Monday But just who the Kid belongs to remains a mystery You see hes a goat a full grown live dehorned grey and black longhaired Angora goat He was captured by George Miller Black Lick the Western welry mer City families and taken to the Indiana Auction Block Miller along with Lewis Long ol the Auction block and lo cal police are trying to locate the owner The Kid was first noticed about 7 oclock Monday morning when he was found sleeping on the doorstep of the Crystal Bar on Main Street He foiled capture by two men then but later that evening turned up at the James Yanity residence at 66 Railroad St Mr Yanity had just finished polishing bis car in the garage of his home when he felt some thing kicking him from behind Not being able to identify the creature immediately Mr Yan ity ran out of the building and sought the aid of a neighbor The two men tried to rope the animal but finding the task unsuccessful closed the garage door and notified the Homer City police The Homer City po lice referred them to the State Police who brought Mr Miller into the scene Mr Miller with the aid of Mr Long finally harnessed the rampaging goat and took him to the Indiana Auction Block Billy however is still the talk of Homer City Elks 75 Party Wed Tue Wed tfa Seek Gunman In Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH AP FBI agents and city police seek a gun man who walked into the Man chester Branch of the Mellon Na tional Bank Trust Co Tuesday and escaped with an estimated The lone gunman making no ef fort to disguise himself walked up to teller Mrs Roberta Bodnar handed her a blank check then told her This is a holdup i fill the bag up Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON The Senate votes down tax preference for stockmarket in vestors Read about it in Drew Pearsons column on page 6 RED BARN Red Barn pads their softball lead in the Indiana Couuy League See details on sports pages 22 and 23 Other Features A passenger Mrs Grace Mclntyre 58 15 Carltdn is being ed for lacerations of the forehead and wrist and a loft shoulder in jury According to State Police the accident occurred about this j morning on Route 119 within tha borough Miss Smith was traveling south when she appanuly lost control on a curve swung over the middle white line and back cracked into a telephone pole and landed in the front yard of a local resident AUddiut Lamp Business Minor CUiiUUdi Comics 5031 Editorial Hospital Notes Obituaries 20 6 31 4 Sparkle Cleaners 556 Phila St closed July 6 to 9 Open Fri and Sat 10th and llth 214246x5 i WEATHER Showers ending tonight and turning eoolei Thursday High 72 to 78 Society 10 Sports TVBadio SO World Today Low 55 to 63 Sunny iJV Off Air PITTSBURGH AP failure in an volt Light Co cable Tuesday knocked television station JTV off the air horn I   

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