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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family Love thy tf is the owner of a power mower Ifolume Twentyeight Indijana Pennsylvania Wednesday July 8 1959 Two Sections Seven Cenft USW REJECTS IKE EXTENSION PLEA AntiLitter Ordinance Passed In Boro Council Cleaner 4 Town Goal Of Action An anti litter ordinance was passed by the Indiana Borough Council at its regu iMt monthly meeting last night This new proposal regu lates of hand bills in the borough in addi tion to establishing regula tions on the throwing of trash on the streets It also makes merchants responsible for clearing litter from the sidewalks and makes jjpes and costs possible when borough workers must be employed to remove ish from private property witbin the borough Two groups of petitioners were present to present their views on different issued up for considera tion by the council About fifteen persons residents of the Carpenter Ave area be Oak St and Shryock presented opposite views on the doting of that street to traffic The secOnd group largely resi dents of Washington St between Third and presented two views on change east end street D R Tomb speaking as a ident in favor of closing Car nter Ave pointed out that the street now serves no useful pur pose and is dangerous to vehicle traffic in wet or wintery weather He added that even pedestrians are unable to use the thorofare in bad weather Mr Tomb stated that the steep 45 degree grade can not be elim inated and spoke of the continuous AFTER Lynn McKeen secretary at Boys Industrial School at New Mar tinsville W is pictured after she was rescued by deputy sheriff Cleve Poe Three boys who escaped from the school took Miss McKeen with them Reformatory Inmates Held In Kidnaping GRAFTON today were held for grand jury action on charges of kidnaping j young secretary during a short lived escape attempt The trio took Sandra Lynne McKeen 18 for an 80mile ride Tuesday but were captured less than five hours after their es cape The girl was not harmed Larry Anthony Rector and Rog er Lee Moore both 16 and Pa trick Jarrell 17 waived prelimi nary hearing on charges of kid naping and grand larceny before Magistrate W C Lawson They without County US Jets To Leave France PARIS fight erbomber wings of the U S Air Force will soon be moved rom French bases to fields in Britain and West Germany e United States announced today U S Ambassador to NATO W Randolph Burgess made the decision known at a meet ing of the North Atlantic Council The move had been generally expected because President Charles de Gaulle will not agree to storing atomic arms on French soil The transfer to West German bases British and will involve 200 fighterbombers i which have been assigned atomic missions in case of war The move is to be started immediately and will be completed before the end of the summer American officials emphasized that the action was no sort of retaliation against the French In the American view the French refusal to allow atomic stockpiles had made it impossible for the planes to fulfill their mis sion from French bases The shift to bases where atomic stockpiles would be close at hand therefore was the only logical mil itary procedure officials said Plans Appeal In Ticket Scalping Charles W Gides travel agency ownerwith offices in In diana and Natrona Heights and a licensed ticket broker today plan ned to appeal a fine after hearing on a charge of ticket scalping Gides who had two tickets for yesterdays All Star baseball game which were not picked up by clients was at a Forbes Field gate offering to sell themat the face value v He met rworIndiaha ances one a student were bond returned to jail The next Taylor slide of clay and debris onto thegrand jury is scheduled to meet Mpadway Several other persons voiced op posing views concerning the Car penter Ave closing pointing out that it is a route of many pedes trains to the business section of town Andrew Smith another resident of that area added that with very See 8 Col 3 1st Royal Canadian Air Division will be the sole air unit left on have refused to The Force major NATO French soil The French commit their air force to an inte grated NATO air defense in Eu rope except for planes it assigned to tactical NATO support in Ger many The Canadians reequipped with are soon about 75 to be super 4STC Library Bids Asked ByGSA The General State Authority yes terday set Aug 5 for receiving bids for construction of a new li brary building at Indiana State P1 Jfeachers College wThe proposed building is part of an extensive expansion program which is already underway on the campus of the local school Estimated cost of the structure is College authorities said today the building will be con structed to provide space for ap proximately books as well as adequate studying facilites for an enrollment of students location of the building iS the campus area between Fish er Auditorium and Clark Hall a section once used as a football field The GSAs announcement is an other step in a continuing develop ment program at the school Four new buildings are present ly under construction and are ex pected to be completed in the spring of 1960 hey include two new dormi ibries a science building and music building According to projected plans the new library will replace Wilson Hall which will eventually be dis mantled to pave the way for the expansion to the new science build ing therei Special regular costume Jewelry now 3 for Rogers jiewelry tfx Sept 14 The story of the youths unsuccessful bid for liberty was told by the reformatory superintendent Richard L Young and by police The trio escaped from the State Industrial School for Boys at Pruntytown near Grafton in northcentral West Virginia They were captured 10 miles south of this See Page 8 Col run jeis 10 rej place their Sabres The Canadian jnits then may be given intercepj tion and defense missions The French declined any official j comment on the announcement The decision was the first crete American reaction to De Gaulles increasingly independent attitude toward NATO De Gaulle has refused to admit atomic stockpiles unless France is given control of their use law requires that AmeriSee Page 8 Col 2 Boro Not Part Of Grundy Issue A story in yesterdays Indiana Evening Gazette stated that the Indiana Joint School Board has proposed a resolution suggesting that Arthur J Grundy supervising rincipal of Benjamin Franklin Elementary School resign his post This was erroneous The resolution it is reported ias been proposed by the Benjamin Franklin Joint School District which embraces Shelocta Borough and Armstrong and White townships The joint board which includes Indiana Borough was not Drive On County Doqs Dog owners of Indiana County were warned today that seven state officials will be in Indiana County beginning next Monday to prosecute all owners of unlicensed dogs This was released today by State Dog Law Investigator Louis J Bonacci The drive against unlicensed dogs will continue at least a week and longer if necessary to adequately cover the county It was pointed out that unlicensed dogs are already delinquent Eagles Party every Thursday 1 nite Wed Inside Tfx NO STAR FOB JIMM The promotion of Jimmy Stew topic of the AllenScott report o ROUNDUP Judy Winters continues her seri Roundup in Colorado See Other Lamp 24 Crostword Bvalnew Mirror S Editorial CUuUledi Gcrzef f e art to Brigadier General is the n page 6 BS of articles from the Girl Sc0ut undup Report on page 14 Features 1 26 Society 10 87 TVIUdio 16 9 WEATHER 5 Pair and mild tonight Low 60 to 63 Thursday sunny and i wanner with increasing humidity High 85 to 91 Teachers College Gides offe student twojfeserve seat ticke face value r The student told him his com panion was Ijbuying two from a guy over Gides moved toward the transac tion to see if the two Indiana men were getting tickets worth the price asked for the pair He suggested they might be tickets cheaper than the reserved seats worth each At that time a detective stepped in and arrested the Pittsburgh scalpers and the Indiana purchas ers He took Gides who was hold ing his own two tickets in his hand into custody too Gides posted forfeit for t hearing this morning but could no obtain his release until after the game was over He was represented by Attorney William J Krjton Attorney Krjton said the officers produced tickets at the hearing other than the two taken from Gides as evidence The arresting officer Krjton said testified he could not remember the conversa tion of Gides Indiana acquaint ance at the ball park Gides was first fined this morning Then when his attorney told the court an appeal would be made the fine was reduced to and again to Attorney Krjton said he and his client are still considering an ap peal notwithstanding the advice of court that you cant afford to appeal a Those who forfeited in clUded Joseph Haydic 52 of Erie Kenneth Liebel 29 of 138 South 10th Indiana and Joseph Gennaro 42 of Hillsdale Indiana County KREMLIN INVITATION Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev bids Mrs Helen Meyner wife of the New Jersey governor to move into the picture as touring U S governor pose in Moscows Kremlin today From with Khrushchev are Gov Leroy Collins Florida Gov7 Robert Smylie Idaho Gov Luther Hodges North Carolina Gov John Davis North Dakota Gov S L R Colorado and Gov and Mrs Robert Meyner New Jersey At rear mostly hidden between Khrush chev and Gov Collins is Utahs Gov George Clyde AP Wirephto via radio from Moscow 7 GoveYnors Hear Nikita Peace Plea MOSCOW AP Premier Nikita Khrushchev told seven American governors Tuesday that friendship between the United States and the Soviet Union is the key to world peace i Khrushchev said Soviet Union y nations but above all with the biggest and strongest tlwj Quits Post On Pike Unit HARRISBURG AP Gov Lawrence today accepted the res ignation of G Franklin McSorley of Pittsburgh as a member of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commis sion Lawrence immediately said he would appoint former Lt Gov Roy E Furman to fill McSorleys unexpired term He said the nom ination would be sent to the Sen ate on Monday for confirmation McSorley was reinstated as chairman of the commission June 2 after he was cleared on charges of migconduct in office Governor Leader had suspended McSorley as chairman Jan 23 1957 following McSorleys United States of America If there is friendship between us there can never be the Soviet Premier declared in a 3 aour and 45minute talk in the the state ex ecutives touring the Soviet Union Khrushchev said if another na tion started a war he Soviet Union and the United States to gether could halt it But if the United States and the Soviet Union are ever in a he continued the re sult would be terrible calamity because If we fight no force on earth could ever halt See 8 Col 4 indictment by grand jury a Dauphin County MNotTrying To Govern By Veto11 WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Eisenhower insisted today he is not trying to govern by veto He said his rejection of the hous Local News On Page 28 The Indiana Evening Gazettes local page for local a usual feature on the first page of the second section is on page 28 today For coverage of the local news scene please turn to that page County GOP Picnic Tonight State Assemblyman Albert W Johnson McKean County will be the featured speaker at a county wide Republican picnic this eve ning at Mack Community Center in Indiana The event is scheduled to begin at Persons planning to attend the event have been asked to provide a covered dish and their own table service Ham rolls and coffee wil be furnished Sponsoring the kickoff even for a fall campaign are members of the County GOP Committee In diana Council of Republican Wo men and Young Republicans CoralGraceton Fire Co party Local Woman Fair After Crash Here Mrs C V McCreight 77 903 Oakland is in fair condition oday in the Indiana Hospital after jeing injured in an accident with an automobile at to day She received a fracture of the ankle a possible concussion anc abrasions about the body According to State Police from he Indiana Substation Robert Trainer 36 an employe at the Me Hlls auto agency was also in jured in the same accident when he was brushed by the car was not admitted to the hospital The police report Mrs McCreigh was operatinga car with Mr Trainer as a passenger She pull ed into the Outside Inn off Route 119 south of Indiana and reported stopped the car The car was being at the time After the car stopped Trainer got out of the car and walked around to take the drivers seat Mrs McCreight apparently was moving over from the drivers sea to the passengers side of the See 8 Col I Contract Extension Not Seen NEW YORK AP The teelworkers Union today re ected President Eisenhowers encwed request for an inde inite extension of steel con racts beyond their scheduled xpiration at midnight July 4 WASHINGTON AP resident Eisenhower today ailed on management and vorkers in the steel wage alks to act for the good of he country and try hard to void a strike Eisenhower told a news onference that hoth sides tiould keep on negotiating ust as long as is necessary or agreement on a new con ract The Steelworkers Union has greed to hold off on any strike until next Tuesday midnight but lie union president David J Mc Donald said Tuesday there would be no further extension of the itrike deadline Eisenhower in response to a question said he plans no govern ment intervention The President recalled that on une 28 he urged both sides to continue contract talks without nterruption of production until a new contract had been negotiated The union then agreed to extend ts July 1 strike deadline until July 14 Eisenhower noted that he did not suggest simply a two weeks extension but continuance of the talks until an agreement was reached Today the President said it is a pity that all of us cant proceed on the basic concept of what is good for the not have a strike at all The President also dealt with these other matters in his news conference SEGREGATION Responding to a question Eisenhower said believes racial segregation is mor See NoPage 8 Col 1 Kozlov Visits Steel Mills In Chicago CHICAGO AP The Sovie Unions first deputy premier Fro R Kozlov irked over an exper ence with Michigans governor came to Chicago today for a close up look at steelmaking Kozlov and his official tourin party arrivedby plane from De troit where he told newsmen Gov G Mennen Williams gave them an incorrect account of a privat meeting of the two officials Williams had told reporters h had a knock down and drag out fight with Kozlov during an hour talk Tuesday night Kozlov tol newsmen the governor is not to wellacquainted with Internationa politics and he is not too correc in giving his account to the press USN Airmah In Close Call With Jet BRUNSWICK Ga AP His feet were still protruding from the jet engine but in the dark ness and roar no one knew that Aviation Metalsmith Lester drum Jr had been sucked in Sparks from the rear and a rise in the temperature indicator told Airman Jack S Suggs warming up the Navy Banshee jet some thing was wrong Suggs turned off the Jets two engines Landrum 19 came tum bling out minus only three finger tips his noise suppression helmet and maybe some hair Landrum and Suggs were pre paring the jet for a flight Landrum son of Mr and Mrs Lester Landrum Fort Myers Fla apparently was caught off balance and sucked into the jet Officers attributed his survival to the fact that the engines were at low speed Supposedly Veto Proof When Demo Housing Bill Strategy Said Wrong By Sen Douglas WASHINGTON Sen Paul H Douglas DI11 said today President Eisenhowers veto of the housing bill showed that ing bill offered no grounds forDemocrats had adopted the wrong any such thought strategy Eisenhower told his news condown in cutting the measure ference in response to questions It was supposed to be veto that he has not used the veto light1 proof when we sent it to him but ly He said he doesnt enjoy saythe proofing didnt work very ing any legislation is bad and Douglas told a reporter having to explain to the people why he thinks it is bad But the President said he is de termined to have legislation that to two years leaving the annual spending rate much higher than Eisenhower asked Douglas and Sen Joseph S Clark both advocates of broad housing legislation said they hoped the Senate leadership would call for a vote on overriding the veto even if the effort falls short of the necessary twothirds We ought to make the We would have done better to i said Clark It will be a big help they could do would be to put some Republicans states on the spot from certain and to try to win a political In the House Chairman Albert Rains DAla of the Housing sub committee said he would attempt to have the veto overriden But most House leaders were waiting to see what action the Senate might take Senate Democratic leader Lyn send him a stronger bill to make to use in states where this is an don By Johnson although rn A j ntiecim i IM i the issue clear The bill Eisen Sen Thomas H Kurchel important issue will keep the United States solhower rejected Tuesday cut j the Republican whip said in a separate interview he did not think there would be such a test Im sure they dont have the vigorously assailing the veto Rhasnt indicated what course he vent jdown from larger He vetoed Tuesday a passed separately by 000 housing inflationary programs the House bill charging it was and Senate But most of the cut was accomplished by limiting it i votes to he said All overriding because the bill ated there The vote could any time in this Congress As a practical matter though the issue probably will be decided soon if the bill cannot be revived Democrats made it clear they would get to worJt and draft sonw alternative housing legislation Sen John Sparkraan the partys Senate homing emphasized they would Sen any hurry to do so er would bn Tfaers favors Neither the Senate nor the j Democrats wodjag i 5 House originally passed the bill by the twothirds margin that would be required to upset a veto The must act first on sure to Wbifc fore final adjoununeot tpt on a See I Cpi I   

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