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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every MemHer of tHe Family f ftfid ImttdnCi bnfif forth things thtt yotivc MMMl Volurtid 271 Twenty Pagas Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday July 2 959 Two Sections PRIVATE PLANE EXPLODES Abolish All Urges Soviets Kozlov Requests New Era Of Peace WASHINGTON AP Soviet First Deputy Premier Frol R Kozlov said today the time has come to abolish once and for all the suspicion and distrust which he said mars international relations Kozlov called for a new era of U S Soviet friendship which he pictured as a basic foundation for future world peace Addressing a combined meet ing of the National Press Club U and the Overseas Writers Club the visiting Soviet official said that only recognition of the principles of peaceful coexist ence could permit the use of atomic science for the benefit of mankind to build a period of progress unprecedented in his The address was telecast na tioinvjde The jovial 50 yearJbld Soviet leader spoke in w An interpreter V N Sukhodroy translated Kozlov v some observers portray successors Premier Nilcita Khrushchev said he considered this address a mat ter of high Kozlov this morning canceled a scheduled tour in Maryland in order to devote his full time to Seed 2 Col 1 PECRY WILDCAT STEEL J McDonald left president of the United Steel Workers Union and R Conrad Cooper head of negotiating committee of the steel industry JPT ivfilck he im k at union statelier vto wildcat strikes Coal Paving Bill Signed By Lawrence HARRISBURG AP Gov 2 Wildcat Strikes End Talks Resume NEW YORK in two steel plants hit by wildcat strikes went back on the job today at the behest of union leaders David J McDonald president Quell Pentagon Fire Hundreds Routed WASHINGTON AP A Pentagon fire today en dangered 30 million dollars worth of statistical computing Lmviu j mcuunmu sent at least 15 firemen and building guards to of the United Steelworkers Union ihosiptals and routed hundreds of employes from the huge said employes of the Jones Laughlin Steel iquippa and at Ali building Lawrence today signed into law steels Morrisville plant had Almost two hours after the fire started firemen from at a dozen departments in the Washington area still hac legislation authorizing the State Highways Department to pave ex returned Still out were Republic pedmental road strips with masteei workers in Cleveland Mc Donald said he was trying to get a rundown on the status of terial made from coal The new law makes no specific appropriation for the test since the Highways Department has the right to use gasoline tax income for such a program been unable to quench the fire eating through false ceilings and floors on the second floor of the building union members who work on Great Lakes quit iron ore carriers In the great area and entrance to the of were buckling from noted that using highways funds for the experiment would be prop er since it isclearly for a high W way purpose He made the announcement just before union negotiators metfor Curtiss Wright demonstrated to Corp recently the lawmakers the use of coal in a special type of roadbuilding material Original ly the legislation specified that the department use CurtissWright material but was Tater amended so that similar products from oth er companies also could be tested further contract discussion with management representations The walkouts spread in defiance of the backtowork orders sent by telegram by McDonald and other top officers of the union McDonald said prompt Vigorous action was being taken to get the men back to work The wildcat strikes broke out in defiance of a twoweek contract extension agreement made after See 2 Col 6 Pleads Not Guilty NEW YORK Beck former Teamsters Union chief pleaded innocent today in District Court to a charge of accepting a payment from two trucking company ex 0 ecutives while Beck headed the Union A warrant for his arrest was issued Wednesday when he failed to appear for pleading before Judge Gregory F Noonan His attorney explained to the court today that Beck mistakenly thought the pleading date was to day Beck was released in bail The trucking company execu tives pleaded innocent Roy Fruehauf of Birmingham president of Fruehauf Trailer Detroit was released in bail Burge Seymour of Litch ficld County president of Associated Transport was released in his own recognizance Brunos Restaurant closed for employees vacation July 5 Open July 13 Pizza for take out orders only No Gazette On Saturday The Indiana Evening Gazette will not publish Saturday in ob servance of the Fourth of July holiday Complete coverage of the local state national and international news scenes will be published on Monday ping sprawling the floor heat Firemen using pneumatic ham mers and drills began punching holes through the concrete floor ing to get water into the heart of the fire The fire burning into big stores Adenauers Man Wins BERLIN AP Konrad Ade nauers Christian Democratic par ty voted solidly Wednesday foi of recording film rolled out chokjthe old Chancellors choice for the ing clouds of smoke Officials computing said the equipment Motorists Alerted 1 Borough State Police Plan Holiday Schedule The holiday weekend is about here The figures are in Across the country more hah 350 persons are expect ed to be killed on the nations j lighways An estimated addi ional persons celebrating the fourth of July will suffer dis abling injuries A total of motor ve licles will travel 9 billion miles jetween 6 Friday and 6 an increase of cars and 3 billion miles over a normal weekend Always on the alert for traffic accidents State Police from the ndiana substation and Indiana Borough Police will increase their atrols over the holiday in an ef ort to erase the threat of death on county roads over July 4 State Police officials said that all men assigned to the Indiana substation will be working Indiana Borough officials added that the vacation weekend is no holiday for them All law enforcement have appealed for the assistance of motorists in keeping the high ways safe The approaching holiday week end also gives reason for warn ing of other dangers The week before July 4 is ob served as Safe Boating Week by Red Cross and other Caution is needeji in all types of f etvhifttfB YjV water sports Crowded swlmminj GLAD BANDER Louisiana Gov Earl Long tosses a wave dur ing one of his few excursions from his motel retreat near Covington La NEA Telephoto Gov Long Suffers Mild Heart Failure Can Firm Officials Lose Lives MARION OHIO Searchers faced the difficult task today of gathering the jbroken bodies of 10 persons believed to have died when jtheir private plane smashed jinto a wheat field near here Wednesday The airliner owned by Con jtinental Can Co and carrying I eight of the firms top execu jtives and two crewmen hit the ground with such force it scattered bits of wreckage over a 300yard area It dug a deep hole in the ground at the point of impact Some of the bodies undoubtedly ay beneath parts of the plane which plowed into the ground authorities said Civil Aeronautics Administra tion officials probed the wreck age Civil Air Patrol members kept guard over the area The vestigation delayed the search for bodies At least two bodies and parts of another have been accounted for The executives aboard the plane were returning to New York where the firm has its headquart ers after a meeting in Chicago One engine of the twoengine converted B26 was found Deputy Sheriff Robert Obenour said The See Page 2 Col 2 Compromise Foreign Aid COVINGTON La Doctors Earl K working restlessly day and JEovirtlC teian carxj it necessary for boaters and swimpaign plans may now have a slightly failing heart See Urge Page 2 Col 2 Where Do Celebration Prof its Go The Indiana Lions Club will be holding its 13th annual Fourth of July celebration starting tomor row night at the J S Mack Com munity Center Whats the reason behind the Lions celebration and how did it originate Where does the cele bration profits go Youll find the answer to these questions and many more in the Gazettes featurestory on the Lions Club celebration on pages 12 and 13 of todays paper Dr Victory Lief one of four doctors attending the 63 yearold governor said Long had a slight heart failure on Wednesday There was no Indication the fered at least damage from smoke They said extent of the damage could not be determined until the area can be entered West German presidency But the statistical wounds inflicted by the bitter has sufstruggle within the party before the election are far from healed Despite the election of Christian Democrat Heinrich Luebke to the Firemen were treated smoke inhalation on the spot and returned to duty The Pentagon headquarters and nerve center of the armed forces is in nearby Virginia across the Potomac from Wash ington nations figurehead presidency the opposition Socialists are talk ing optimistically about their chances of winning control of Par liament in the general election in September 1961 When Luebkes election was an nounced perhaps the least disap Thefire area was in the section J inu Berlins East adjoining the Air Force computing iPrussm al was Socialist io nnnent Par r Crlimirl section ponent Carlo Schmid Not far from the burning section S5hmd a writer is the Air Force command scholar was uninter In that tightly guarded room isested in winnin the Powerless a communications system through i Presldency He hopes to be his I 1C Pedestrian Dies On Altoona St ALTOONA Pa AP Ralph M Lake 75 of Altoona was killed Wednesday rijght when a truck hit him as he attempted to cross 12th avenue in the Altoona business district Louisiana governor suffered a coronary attack he said but doc tors are concerned about the con dition They stayed night at his motel headquarters here The governor suffered a heart attack in 1950 Earlier Long announced plans to adopt a 14yearold youth he met while they were both patients at John Sealy Hospital in Galves ton Tex The boys parents said they had not consented The youth is David Rankin son of Mr and Mrs Rankin of Texas City who was hospitalized with a high blood pressure condi tion Long in the midst of a separa tion suit from his 58yearold childless wife Blanche said simp ly He got to likin me and I got to likin always wanted to have a son Well Ive Meadville Auto Crash Kills Three MEADVILLE Pa AP twocar collision on Route 102 about three miles west of Mead ville Wednesday killed three per sons and injured three others Killed were Stephen Winiecke 40 Meadville R D 4 and Terry Darro 18 Meadville R D 2 the drivers and Frederick Harrison 14 of Kerrtown a passenger in Darros car The three injured all were with Darro Winiecke was alone Reported in critical condition in Meadville City Hospital was Thomas Shall 18 of Meadville Thomas McKiernan 15 and Ron ald Kovac 16 also of Meadville cer Hospital wanted a daughter too but I are listed as satisfactory in Spea cant chaperon one under the pre sent Long said he and David had whiled the time away playing See 2 Col 3 Sparkle Cleaners 556 Phila St closed July 6 to 9 Open Fri and Sat 10th and llth 244246x5 County Picnic Scheduled July Johnson To Keynote Republican Program Albert W Johnson the Republ Johnson was elected to the State election each two years thereafter lican delegations floor leader iu House of Representatives in 1946 He was the Republican delegations commented Warren a 9 the State Houseof Representatives for the l947 wo1 re1 Whip in the 1951 and 1955 sessionsmoner who cannot read or write WASHINGTON Sen ate today voted for a twoyear twobilliondollar program of for eign development loans to be fi nanced by direct appropriations from Congress It was a compromise offered by the Democratic and Republican leaders of a hot issue that had developed between the Eisenhow er administration and influential members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee The Senate accepted it by a voice vote While the total amount is great er than President Eisenhower had advocated theDemocrats yielded to his view that the funds should be handled as appropriations sub ject to congressional review Sen J William Fulbright D chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee and others had wanted a fiveyear fivebil liondollar program to be financed by simply authorizing the foreign aid administration to borrow the money from the Treasury The fight 8th graf ta42 The fight brought into sharp focus the issue between the Demo craticcontrolled Congress and the See 2 Col 8 To Appeal Life Sentence LONDON Ky Hen ry Warren 33 convicted of killing a nonunion coal operator during the United Mine Workers Union strike plans to appeal his life sentence A Circuit Court jury convicted him of slaying Woodrow Smith March 31 at his mine near Stink ing Creek Im out of it now but the union will win the strike if it takes 40 See 2 Col 6 Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON The retiring Army Chief still lias missions to tackle according to Peter Edson on editorial page 6 CUEEKS1DE Creeksjde defeated Indiana Head about this conlcsil and other news of the sports world on pages 14 and 15 Other Features Lamp Minor Classifieds 7 18lSt 1011 Huipltai Notes Obituaries IK Society 4 Spurn 1415 TVKadio X i World Today V partys choice for Chancellor be the keynote speaker at a the Socialists win in 1961 joint GOP picnic at Mack Corn See 2 Col 5 munity Center on Wednesday July S The picnic will serve as a kick event for the partys fall elec tion campaign The picnic will get underway at the Mack park shelter at Leaves For Home Today home The jazz king came to Italy for ior committee Council of Repub lican Women and Young Repubii is WEATHER Partly cloudy and mild Fair and cool tonight Low 45 to 53 Sunny and mild Friday High 68 to 76 His condition remained grave fo se Persons planning to several davs itend should PrePare a covered dish Ill be allright in a few pr0vide their table Sei he jsaud at the airport I will be Vlcf h k h f 4 i In addition to Rep Johnson day bath1 countywide candidates will also be featured on the program S H green stamps on allj Rep Johnson provides a state purchases Easy terms Rogers wide notoriety touch to the pro Jewelry gram and was Republican Floor Leader j Before he was returned to jail for the 1953 1957 and 1959 seshe was comforted by his wife sons j three children and mother In J958 he was Chairman of the Warren had pleaded selfde Platform Committee for the Refense He testified Smith fired at publican State Committee him when he and a group of inin He married the former Virginia ers tried to talk to the operator Balsley in 1926 and they are the about signing a UMW contract REP ALBERT JOHNSON OOP Speaker parents of three sons and a daugh ter He was confirmed in the Swe dish Mission Church at Smethport Johnson has served on the Ex ecutive Board and as Secretary of the Joint State Government Commission and as a member of the Committee on Interstate Co operation the Highway and Bridge Authority the Public School Build ing Authority the State Council of Civil Defense and the Repub lican Policy Committee When IS years old Johnson start ed working for Republicans at the polls in the CoolidgeDawes cam See 2 Col 7 The contract is the source of a fourmonth UMW strike in the Eastern Kentucky coal fields and Smiths death was the first of three fatal shootings it has spawned Everett Bailey Perry fellow miner also indicted for Smiths murder testified against Warren when the state promised to drop the charge against Perry Restaurant doted tor employees vacation July I Open July 13 Plum for take out Eagles Party tfcfc   

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