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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania tEDDY Ail Indiana County That Every Member of the Family When an auto Is well oiled it makes the least noise Not true With a driver Volume 276 City EDITION Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday July 9 1959 Two Sections Seven REDS SLAY TWO YANKS WELCOME TO Paul W Jeffries county GOP chairman welcomes Rep and Mrs Albert Johnson of McKean County to Indiana Looking on is Rep William G Buchanan of Indiana Johnson was the principal speaker at a countywide GOP picnic that attracted 400 persons here last night Board Meets No Action On Grundy and By BILL HASTINGS County News Editor Benjamin Franklin Joint School Board last night waded almost two hours of school affairs and bypassed the Arthur J Grundy issue in a wellconducted meeting here Approximately 125 citizens mostly from White event were in attendance apparently to learn 1 Whether or not the joint board would open its meeting to the public Gazette photo by Sipos Rep Johnson Raps Demos On Deficit Rep Albert W Johnson candi date for the State Superior Court last night told 400 Republicans at is He made the charge in featur 53 Perish In Danish Boat Fire By BIRGER FARUP HADERSLEV Danish Shipping Inspection Board said today the pleasure boat Damende was loaded far beyond her capacity when she exploded and burned killing at least 53 persons As frogmen searched for more bodies in the waters of a park lake where the disas ter struck Wednesday the government agency in its first findings said the 45foot ex cursion boat carried only 37 lifebelts The agency said the Damendes capacity limit recently was re duced to 35 from its original limit of 75 Officials believe at least 94 passengers were aboard A gasoline line used to connect the Damendes engine with a re serve tankwas found in the wreckage The agency said this was a makeshift hookup and that some gasoline may have seeped and started the fire There was no comment from the skipperowner of the boat He was in a hospital critically burned Panic was blamed for increas ing the death toll among the gay picnickers returning from an out ing at this southern Denmark re sort The injured skipper unable to stem the panic beached his craft Some victims died in water so COOL DIP JUST THE THING The 10monthold son of Mr and Mrs Lowell Georgia of Green Bay has his own method for keeping cool during the summer and by looks of the trail of clothing he wastes little times in getting to his objective A cool dip in a tub is just the thing for Stephen AP Wirephoto Davey Takes Issue With Paul Butler By RICHARD L GRAVES HARRISBURG Lawrence took issue today shallow that adults could Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler declaring walked ashore Panicky passenJthe Democraticcontrolled Congress is doing a good gers capsized a rowboat trying to rescue them Lawrence snapped no when asked at his weekly news nfv conference if he agreed with Butler that Congress was mak Others some of them mothers a poor record on which to campaign in the 1960 presi with babes leaping overboard Police said many of the victims dential elections j They Congress have done a were children and elderly women good Lawrence asserted who had come to the resort for a Lawrence1 contended any movesj day in the sun Some foreigners including Ger mans and Belgians were among the missing As far as was 2 Whether or not the directors would press for the ing the County GOPs campaignknown no Americans were aboard Using the theme What is go ing on under the dome he said the Democrats are guilty of jug jgling figures on the common resignation of Mr Grundy as supervising principal of the wealths deficit and withholding districts elementary school tho foreign Aid Bill Passed In Senate WASHINGTON AP Directors solved both problems with little difficulty the amount of the Rep Johnson said Republicans in the legislature and senate want not discuss Mr Gruhdys status j since the school administrator was not in attendance Senate has passeda foreign aid Ony two issues developed in bill with a Thats about 10 per cent less Uian President Eisenhower asked The authorization measure merely sets the ceiling for foreign aid spending The actual amount tc be spent will be determined in a later appropriation bill 1 The auditorium of the Westto know what is actually needed Pike School was arranged for aniin terms of appropriations and open meeting with the citizens j that this is not a rubberstamp 2 Directors said they would Jed which directors did not cast a See 2 Col 1 Rt 110 Bridge Assailing the Democrats favor able press notices he said credit for the Rehabilitation Center at Johnstown is equally due to Re publicans as the project was he stated conceived during Gov Fines administration The speaker was introduced by See Rep 2 Col 8 I I HARRISBURG State LOCO I Highways Department Wednesday Efforts to make further slashes j awarded contracts totaling in ummmf n Picon in the amount asked by Eisen hower failed Wednesday in the final day of debate All of the 383IA million dollars in cuts had been voted Tuesday action came after Eisen hower indicated at a news con ference he might call Congress buck into a special session later this year if his request was sliced too deeply Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas joined Republicans in help ing to fend off further reductions during the final debate The measure allows for military aid to wlies and 751 millions in de fense economic supports to help Allies maintain their troops The rest is for various forms of econo mic aid The military prpvision is 300 228 for improvement of sections II Fair Mrs C V McCreight 903 Oak of nine state highways in these v Iland Ave Indiana counties Indiana Route 110 build a bridge New Enterprise Stone remains in fair condition in the Indiana is reported today e Lime New The woman was injured v yesterday m a car accident on Beeaver Legislative r o u t e s northeast of Midland near In dustry mile build bridges Jefferson Coal Construc tion Canonsburg 1I9 about a south of Special regular costume See 2 Col 2 400 Georgia Prisoners In Prison Fast ATLANTA Ga AP Four hundred white prisoners at the Reidsville State Prison refused to eat breakfast today the correc tions director Jack Forrester re ported Forrester in disclosing the inci dent at Gov Ernest Vandivers news conference said all 400 went out on their work details as usual and there was no disturbance or disorder The governor said Warden R P Balkcom reported the situation was in hand There are about whites and Negroes in the prison Short Steel Pact Meet Held Today T j u i NEW YORK TAXESReasserted his belief in tiators met for omy about an hour by Congress to pass legislation facj ing a sure presidential veto would be political and not in the best interests of the country Lawrence also spoke on his revenue program but added he does not want to interfere with current meetings between House Republican and Democratic lead ers on taxes STATE CHAIRMAN Said he expected Sen Joseph M Barr D Allegheny to step down as state chairman July 23 to open his cam paign for mayor of Pittsburgh Lawrence declined to speculate on a possible successor beyond say ing he favored someone from a rural county He defined a ru ral county as any but Philadelphia and Allegheny he felt Joseph J Lawler could probably be elect ed chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission to succeed G Franklin McSorley who re signed from the post Wednesday Lawler is a member of the com mission Soviet official Frol Kozlov visits Pittsburgh Fri Forrester said the prisonersday Lawrence will have dinner posted notices in their cell blocks 1 with him We have to meet with listing nine complaints people and talk to them even if One objected to hot food three we do not agree with times a day that the smell of hot food was nauseating The breakfast which the pris oners refused Forrester reported consisted of smoked sausage jewelry now 3 for Rogers boiled grits brown gravy cane Jewelry tfx syrup white bread and coffee Hurricane Only Few Cindy Hardly Worth Designation then recessed their con tract talks until Friday A joint industryunion staetment said only that there would be no afternoon session because of pre vious commitments by some of the negotiators This was not im mediately amplified With only five days remaining before a steel strike deadline at midnight next Tuesday the nego tiations still showed no signs of progress There have been some detailed discussions of side issues but ap parently little about basic pay and other problems needed to be solved if there is to be any strike preventing settlement The Steelworkers union turned down a plea by President Eisen hower for an indefinite extension of the twoweek strike truce al ready granted by the union David J McDonald the unions president said he could not be lieve Eisenhower intended that we negoitate forever and stress ed the midnight July 14 walkout deadline will stand In Washington Sen Hubert H Humphrey told the Sen ate that Eisenhowers appeal for an indefinite extension of steel negotiations without deadline or strike date is the grossest kind of intervention in collective bar Humphrey said that although Eisenhower disclaimed taking sides in the crucial steel dispute the President has placed himself Ike Caddy Son Of ExCountians i Roy Fairman son of a family that formerly lived in Indiana and caddy for President Eisen hower on the Gettysburg golf course appeared on Whats My Line Sunday evening July 5 Young Fairman is the son of Mrs Roy Fairman and the late Mr Fairman of Gettysburg They formerly lived in Black Lick be fore moving to Gettysburg Time ran out on the television show before the panel could guess that he serves as the Presidents caddy US Billet Attacked 1 Wounded BIENHOA Viet Nam AP Communist terrorists at tacked a U S billet Wednes day night during a movie killing two American military advisers and three South Vietnamese A terrorist who invaded the billet was killed in the explosion of the bomb he carried One U S officer was wounded The Americans are mem bers of an eightman U S Military Assistance Advisory Group training the South Viet Nam army They were watching the movie when the terrorists struck at about 7 Damn Lie Says Bender Of Charges WASHINGTON AP Former Sen George H Bender today de nounced as a damnable lie im plications he got a bribe or favors p m m thls Clty 20 as chairman of House commit tee that dropped charges against Ohio Teamsters Union officials in 1954 He made his vehement denial after Chairman John L McClel lan DArk of the Senate com mittee probing rackets said a wit ness implied Wednesday that the charges were dropped after pay ment of money to pull Its a damnable lie and I re sent Bender shouted The witness said it not McClellan countered Bender replied It was drawn out by your counsel Rob ert Kennedy No charges were dropped A report was made to Congress on the hearings No strings were pulled with Bender accused Kennedy of headlinehunting at his expense in raising the implication Ke added in voluntary testi mony before the committee that Kennedy is trying to ride herd on me because Bender took a job from Teamsters President James R Hoffa to investigate cor ruption in the union For him Kennedy to infer in questions that Sen Bender re ceived a bribe of resent it Bender said referring to himself in the third person as he often does Bender contended that Kennedy had raised the implication in questioning an Ohio Teamsters Union official James Luken of Cincinnati Bender said he was deeply hurt at implications that he would take a bribe particularly because he might some day want to run for political office again He had told the committee earli er that he never received any money for political support from the Teamsters in 1954 when he was heading the House investigat ing group and also running for the Senate Kennedy produced affidavits from two Teamsters officials They said they heard William Presser head of the Ohid Confer ence of Teamsters announce that the union was shifting its support from Thomas Burke the Demo cratic senatorial nominee to Bender Bender defeated Burke for the Senate seat of the late Robert A Taft Bender told the committee to day that he could produce thou sands of affidavits that he re ceived no such official support CHARLESTON AP cane force of 75 miles an hour storm was located about 60 miles Designation following a meeting of million dollars less than the storm Cindy a humHowever by the time she hit north of Charleston and was exjparty advisers and state wide dent request The economic aid iscane for only a few hours andthe coast at Bull Bay at to gradually increase its party candidates at Harrisburg million under what he asked hardly worth the designation was losing her punch speed as it swirled northward i Wednesday night Expect Ban To Quit Pa Demo Post PITTSBURGH Sen Joseph M Barr DAlIegheny is expected to resign within two e weeks as chairman of the o1 the Slde of the steel cratic State Committee according comPames to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette The newspaper said Wednesday County Woman Wins HOMER CITY Mrs Anna B Rura Homer City RD 2 is the winner of in a contest spon sored by a Pittsburgh newspaper The Red Barn resident was no tified today that she will be award ed the prize money by the Pitts burgh Sun Telegraph The Senate total is only crawled northward through the Gusts of 60 to 70 miles an hour The advisory said maximum above that voted by the today after swirling were recorded Then the storm winds are estimated at about 40 and House conferees plan ashore north of here Wednesday began moving inland and breakmiles an hour in heavier squalls 10 meet next week to settle the night differences on where to apply the I Wednesday night The PostGazette said Barr the Pemocratic candidate for mayor of Pittsburgh told the group that ing up Tides quickly began renear the storm center and they his campaign for mayor and his I Inside The Gazette ALLSTAR The Greater County AllStars play the Cambria AllStars on Sunday Details of the contest on page 16 and 17 north of Saigon The Americans who escaped said Sgt Chester M Ovnard was hanging reels A communique said the terrorist who invaded with the homemade plastic bomb inflicted the Ameri an casualties But survivors gave this version Terrorists who apparently had crept up from the nearby Dong nai River opened fire on the bil let from three sides Their bullets cut down Ovnard from Copperas Cove and Maj Dale R Buis of Imperial beach killing them both Capt Howard B Boston of Blairs burg Iowa was wounded Two Vietnamese guards outside the building were killed in resist ing the attack The 8yearold son of a Vietnamese cook in the offi cers mess was fatally wounded as he watched The blast of the bomb cut the body of the terrorist in half The uninjured Americans sum moned help from two Vietnamese army companies The terrorists were driven off to the river As far as is known their only cas ualty was the bomber Capt Boston was flown to Clark Field at Manila for treatment A communique said his condition was not serious It was the first attack on the American Community by the Communists in this nonCommu nist half of divided Viet Nam since the fall of 1957 A new wave of terrorist attacks now is expected against the Amer icans who are here to train the antiCommunist Viet Nam army The attacks are believed designed to embarrass the government of President Ngo Dinh Diem as thij nation prepares for elections next month MEET While the storm did little damceding after reaching a peak two were expected to diminish slowly state legislature duties force him ai todaf to lhe Incomparable tuts age it was responsible for one and a half feet above normal at today Squalls extend outward1 to step down as state Read akout thjs show lady on page 6 The measure passed the Senate highway death H H Higgins Jr Georgetown some 175 miles northeast of the1 The paper listed John S Rice Wednesday night by a vote of 41 a Georgetown Just 15 minutes after the storm center a onetime gubernatorial candi 6526 with the support of 39 killed when his car hit a the coast the Charleston The storm was expected from Gettysburg William J crats and Republicans Eighthat was blown across 17Weather Bureau advised the thoupour heavy rain over the central Lackuwanna County Dem teen Democrats and eight Repubabout 20 miles north of here where sunds of evacuees from nearby i portion of North Carolina east ofocratic chairman Maurice Splain lican senators voted against final j Cindy came ashore beach areas that they could rethe Appalachians spreading intoformer state chairman from Pitts passage j Cindy born in the Atlantic 200 turn safely to their homes the southern Piedmont section of burgh and Victor Moore of Phila i miles offshore Tuesday at one Other Feafures Mirror 10 Kdilurul HgjplUl Nutci Society Spurts U U Theater it World 4 The Weather Bureau in early Virginia later Party lomte Thurs time Wednesday reached hurri1 advisory said the center of ihei See 2 tol 3 burgh and jdelphia as possible successors to Barr WEATHER Friday variable cloudiness and cooler High near 50 Order Plan In Atlanta Integration ATLANTA Ga Dist Judge Frank Hooper today or dered the Atlanta Board of Edu cation to submit a school deseg regation plan by Dec 1 The judges order said the plan should provide for a prompt and reasonable start toward desegre gation of the public schools of the city of Atlanta and a systematic and effective method for achiev ing such desegregation with all deliberate It enjoined the defendants from enforcing and pursuing racial segregation in operation of the schools It said the defendants will be allowed a reasonable per iod of time to comply fully with the order and bring about a tran sition to a school system not operated on the basis of The order is not a final judg ment and the court retained jur isdiction for the purpose of enter ing any further orders or grant ing such further relief as may be necessary to bring about com pliance with this Hoopers order said that after the filing of the plan with the court a further hearing will be held Negro attorneys had asked the court to require presentation of an integration plan by Oct t ti D Murphy attorney tor the ed ucation board submitted citys objection to the pluo Tues day Hoopers original order for segregating Atlanta cated he caU for Ne groes and to attend tht same next September
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