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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Every Member of the Family As lotif as you have to live with yourself H pays off td real nice person Volvrne 277 Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday July 10 1959 Two Sections Seven Centt STEEL TALK HORSETRADING Long To Million Suit Ready For Filing WINNFIELD La AP Louisiana Gov Earl K Long said today he will file suit on Monday for damages in ex cess of two million dollars against Time for what he claimed were slanderous Articles and pictures in Time and Life magazines He said he expects his at torney Joe Arthur Sims to file the suits in 19th District Court in Baton Rouge The announcement was tele phoned to Margaret Dixon managing editor of the Baton Rouge Mozning Advocate There was no comment on what vwiaterial in the magazines Long referred to but two of his legisla tive leaders State Sen B B Rayburn and State Rep Jesse Me Lain were upset Thursday night when they read this weeks issue of Life They were particularly critical of a picture which showed the governor on the edge of a bed in 2 Col 1 Safety Group Alarmed At Road Toll JUST LIKE A CHURCH OFFICE Former Sen George H Bender ROhiol Teamsters Union cleanup man testifies before the Senate Rackets Committee in Washington Bender said the unions headquarters is run so morally it re minds him of a church office NBA Telephoto Pittsburgh Visit Today By Kozlov Steel Contract Offer Reported PITTSBURGH steel industry has placed a contract offer before the United Steel workers Union and it is likely there will not be a nationwide steel strike next week the Pitts burgh SunTelegraph reported today Nikita Sees Nixon Next US President WASHINGTON AP Vice President Richard M Nixon was told by W Averell Harriman to day that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev regards Mr Nixon as the next president of the United Harriman recently returned from a visit to Moscow and an in terview witji Khrushchev chatted with Nixon in the vice presidents Capitol office On leaving Harriman told news men about his talk with Nixon and his report on Khrushchevs comments I told Premier Khrushchev that I thought the next president would be a Harriman added with a smile Harriman said he told Nixon Activity Picks Up FISHER CONTRACT SIGNED Six of the plant and union personnel who worked on the new contract at the local Fisher Scientific Company are shown as they signed the agreement at the conclusion of their talks This contract was the first negotiated between the local plant and the International Association of Machinists Seated 1 to are Murray Varner personnel man ager Paul Federinko union steward and F L McCauley plant manager Standing Harry Walker and Calvin Stevens representing the union and Steve Sushak shopsuperintendent Gazette photo by Sipos Fisher 1AM Loca Sign 2Year Pact A A twoyear contract was signed at the Fisher Scientific Fire Hits Home In Cherry Tree CHERRY room twots that this trip is of great 5miCp yesterday between tbie management Jr portance and his talks with Association of Machinists riSSi officials will give them a chance The new contract calls for a baslb increase of six cents ieavns In Session NEW YORK AP Signs of horsetrading developed in iteel contract talks today Negotiating activity picked up as time grew closer to a threatened industry walkout at midnight Tuesday The industry and union bargaining teams which met only briefly Thursday then recessed to reexamine their positions repeated the process today After a brief joint session this morning the management and union representatives split up with a statement saying The parties have been exchanging data and have recessed temporarily to gather additional information needed when conferences re A further meeting sometime to day was definitely planned but the time was uncertain The stated admission that data was being exchanged could cover many possibilities It left an encouraging impression But there was no word the in dustry had made any wage in crease offer I dont feel any change in my pulse beat one way or the was the way R Conrad Cooper put it when asked by newsmen what the prospects were Cooper is executive vice president of Steel Corp and the leader of the V6WS hour raise effective for the year beginning next Monday rmr TK u i c to an additional raise of five cents an hour for the follow LnlLACrO AP barnstorming first deputy pretne States Harriman jmier of the Soviet Union heads for Pittsburgh today and I think it would be a CHICAGO AP The National other Iook at American industry after a stop here occupied1 then ctuld see ii i f tirsrnann trip itrfnorh nnH Safety Council says it is alarmedmostly by talk about corn and commerce at what it called the nations soarj traffic death toll Unless thelkl C number of deaths are reduced IN 6UlO Ocly sharply the council says there n be traffic deaths this year That is more than in 1958 Howard Pyle president of the TlOTTa In a last minute change of plans firsthand the strength andvitality of this country Communist lead ers think the workers here have Frol R Kozlov decided he wantj no influence He would see dif ed to see the current international jferently trade fair here today Expansion j of trade contacts between the United States and the has been one of the main themes of his coasttocoast tour The truck driver testified he half day stay in had Thursday that traffic deaths in the 11 TI m ft n Mi c n 1 n subJected to costly racial discalled visit to the Inetraa laft year penod crimination by Teamsters Union Harvester tractor plant in WASHINGTON Negro schedule for his two and hal HoffaPlans Nationwide p We are he said If the public could also be and inspire adequate protective measures lives could be The council suggested inaugura tion of these safety measures at lpresident James R Hoffas home Chlca80 Local 2 in Detroit The party planned to SAN FRANCISCO An immediate investigation was tneir chartered DC7B plane ordered by the Senate committee about l Pm to be I1 SleOtfid Kv PYpHpnV WoiV investigating rackets The driver Ross Hill Compton work on a s greeted by Frederic Weir presi 7 to worK OB a sinEle dent of the Citv Council and rajnatonwjde agreement that would once i told the committee he be Stepup law enforcement in lieves the situation has improved cover thousands of long dista of truck drivers throughout the I United States in 1961 is pre areas where it is low inspect higha bit in the last couple of years On tlie Pittsburgh schedule arej Long distance hauling plc accident locations to remove Hill said that in the earlier 1950s a to the Homestead works ofjSently covered by three major sical hazards analyze court pen1 he local barred all but about six Umted States steel a dinner to teamster contracts which divide Jlties to see if they are deterringNegroes from its by industrial leaders and j the giant union into three Vliolations suspend drivers HjThe ban Hill said costhim sela Saturday night visit to the nu censes of accident prone and financial losses lation repeaters more rigid en He said the six Negroes got in forcement of drunk driving laws only because they were on pay and step up public education for safe driving and safe walking clear power plant at Shppingport Pa The rest of the original schedule geo graphical areas One covers the eastern states another the central and southern states and the third almost all of the western states Possible Gas Tax Increase lUnderStudy WASHINGTON AP A pos sible gasoline tax increase was one of several ways studied today to keep work going on the national superhighway network in the years ahead An increase somewhat less than the cents a gallon President proposed still was an important part of several compro mise plans ready for consideration by the House Ways and Means Committee In advance of todays session Chairman Wilbur D Mills DArk indicated no specific solution was j vri j u i L un ui me aLaica rolls ofbig truckings firms thetor we Pittsburgh area has been Hoffa outlined his plans here be local had organized and it had toiCanceledto Permit the chartered fore a western conference of them take off Saturday night Teamsters General Hauling Cau Sen Barry Goldwater or New to cus Thursday before he flew to presiding in the absence of Chairleave early for man John L McClellan a Soviet Jet transport called racial discrimination in aj union one of the most atrocious Jewelry now Jewelry Washington for a date today with the Senate rackets probers Under present contracts Hoffa Watch for the last page of Wed A Vs 111 1 tllslO Teamsters union members nn n omvj icaulOlCia U1IIUI1 HlClIl Ro8fiwith valid contracts may be re quired to drive trucks into areas It is reported additional in creases will be granted in the lowest pay classifications Contract negotiations have been underway between the Fisher man agement and representatives of the Indiana County Local Lodge 1582 of the International Associa tion of Machinists since April 21 Reason for the long contract talks company officials said was due to the fact that this marked the first agreement worked out with the IAM F L McCauley plant manager was high in his praise today of the manner in which the contract was worked out He said that both sides approached the problems with an attitude of trying to work out the best solution for all Union representatives working on the new contract included Paul Federinko of Clymer the local union steward and Harry Walker and Calvin both of In diana Frank Morasco from Wash ington was the Grand Lodge representative In addition to Mr McCauley the plant was represented by Steve Sushak shop superintendent Frank Skowron plant engineer Murray Varner personnel manag er and Fred DeChant person nel director from the Fisher home office in Pittsburgh More than 110 workers will re ceive the increased benefits of the new contract in the local plant It was also pointed out that the nesdays paper Watch for the last page of Wedwhere other union members on onFisher company provides their 280x nesdays paper 280x strike Guzzling Singing Shouting Irish Playwright Behan Ends 3Day Binge In London Jail Faces Court I employes with various fringe ben efits reaching a total of 43 cents an hour for every worker This includes company paid Blue Cross and Blue Shield a sickness and accident policy for workers off the job a life insurance pol icy on each employe seven holi Eiss Appointed To DPI Post Dr Albert F Eiss member of the faculty at Indiana State Teach ers College has been appointed to the Department of Public In struction in Harrisburg it was an of control when firemen arrived timated in excess df One of the oldest structures in this community the building was gutted by flames that broke put about Occupants of the house Mrs Emma Kime and her five chil dren ranging in age ffom 5 to 10 years Were not at home at the The building was owned by Mrs Kimes brotherinlaw Ger ald I Kime Firemen have been unable to determine the cause of the fire According to Russell Booser as sistant chief of Cherry Tree Vol unteer Fire the fire was out nounced today He was appointed science edu cation specialist in the Bureau of Curriculum Services at an annual salary of Dr Eiss will resign from his faculty post here at the end of the main summer session Aug 6 to accept the state post has been a member of the ISTC faculty for two years and has been teaching recent advan ces in science and elements of research in the Graduate School In 1958 he was elected a fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his contributions in the field of science and education research Dr Eiss was educated at Hough ton College Houghton where he received a bachelor of arts de gree He received a master of edu cation degree at St Lawrence University Canton and a doctor of philosophy degree at New York University at the scene Flames had broken through the roof and firemen con centrated their efforts on saving homes on either side of the blaz ing structure Two neighboring homes were scorched during the blaze They are owned by James Star and George Aughenbaugh Firemen pumped water from Monument Dam as well as fire hydrants in protecting other homes and keeping the blaze from spreading Hope Volunteer Fire Co of Barnesboro was called to the scene about 8 One fireman Dave Hill suf fered a minor cut on the foot when he was struck by a piece of glass He was treated by a Cher ry Tree physician The loss will partially be cov ered by insurance Mrs Kime and her children have been given tem porary residence by the Gerald Kime family headed by union President J McDonald Cooper declinecj to say whether the industry ptanfe to start bank ing furnaces and tapering off production this weekend in pre paration for a strike But neither side expressed any settlement hopes Direct bargaining was recessed most ofThursday to let both sides huddle separately to reassess their positions McDonald announced this morn ing he has summoned the unions 33man executive board and 171 man wage policy committee to meetings here Monday McDon ald declined to attach any signi ficance to the meetings saying he merely wants to bring fellow union officials up to date on de velopments if This mornings session lasted only an hour before it broke up with the following joint state ment The parties have been exchanging data and have re cessed temporarily to gather addi tional information needed when conferences resume probably this It was explained another See No 2 Col J Hung Jury ForMacki Whiteside Japan Cut Off TOKYO was vir His teaching career includes jually cut off from the outside eight years at Paul Smith College j world for more than two hours where he served as head of the i today when a gigantic magnetic y3n5 storm interrupted all overseas as tocoMi WASHINGTON AP The threemonth trial of the Richard A MackThurman Whiteside con spiracy case wound up today with a hung jury in an 111 division There was no official report in the courtroom as to how the jur at Carson College of Technology Pottsdam in the chemistry and physical science department idays with pay an annual vacation LhTn national plan and an optional pension plan None of the benefits was alter ed by the new contract in New York state public schools links The only commercial jor acquittal But three members channel operating was a Danishjrefusing to use of thejr o al owned cable running under the names toid newsmen that the sea to Siberia and across tpu were for convictjon One said Europe under study srss Eisenhower proposed last Janupublic j charge was Found drunk in a i tragedy by a I friends and police police the hospitality of drink sick from too much selfKane WithdTOWS wrote one of his an increase to cents a gallon to avoid a threatened defi cit in the special highway trust fund from which federal grants are made House Democrats balk ed at the plan and the Senate He will be brought to couit Sat urday His spree was a noisy nonstop Inside The Gazette BOYLE William Bendix is featured in Hal Boyles column today on editorial page 6 PLUMVILLE French Salkfield said Brendan Namara said He just refused toa candidate for Plumville defeated Creeksidc last night Read about this and the telephone from Dublin Please stop risking your life when you are so His fatherinlaw artist Cecil u Candidate aid He has an illness which j makes every pint he drinks an PITTSBURGH AP John J other nail in his Recalling this Mrs Kane veteran Allegheny County Maccommissioner today withdrew as ee T8t0P Very sick complaint believe thatwe didnt have anyseventh four year ee of public and pnis not all due to alcohol Even more drink I Kane 69 has the nressed and tiehealth r ear dancing and cursing that his of the him very ill To buy him a term been in other sports on pages 14 and 15 rejected it as an amendment to alarmed wife said is sending hjmjdrink is a form of manslaughter another tax measure last month Withotu some assurance of add ed money the highway fund will be too small to permit scheduled to an early grave drinks Behans reaction to this was to just about anything and everyi lurch out of the London apart thing ment of Irish sculptor Desmond Some friends feared that likejMacNamara and bellow into the Parkinsons disease However at the recent primaries he easily won i AkutiVf nuo IM Unshaven unpressed and tiehealth for years suffering from less Behan shuffled off downtown London Behan author of two plays one of the two Democratic nomi nations in his bid for reelection Kane said he would endeavor to the remaining months of his Democrat Other Features The Hostage and The Quare Fellow arrived in London Wednesday from allocations to the We nex mon h the Wei h poetgenius D y I a n die if I donl i T amounts they can spend in the Thomas the iBJ SftedI BehanCk 8 e 8lxth tenn The county E Kartinu nsvt lulu i I v Ti vnau uiiuiv At London Airport he began ic party organization will j tin A u vu v i oCclUvu Lu nfi rppl Inp inwa rrl t ic t t m n i n icvjuig luwarai ne is jics Horn loo much See 2 Col 2 successor for Kanes ca Lamp Mirror Church 16 45 1810 Editorial Hospital Obllunrlet isn 19 SocUty S 14rU It WEATHER j Clear and mild tonight Saturday mostly sunny and pleasant 21 the 111 deadlock had existed since last Tuesday The question of whether Mack and Whiteside will be brought to trial again can not be decided until after Judge Burnita S Mat thews rules on pending motions lor a judgment of acquittal for each If the motions are denied matter of a retrial then be for the policymaking level of the Justice Department Judge Matthews said she would take a few days of rest before considering the motions and proposed to rule without tog any further The fcurf deWwrated for more tnaa 30 charged Judge decided to dis charge them on ractivtes afternoon or evening Urom foreman Robert A the jury   

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