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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newtpaper That Servles Every Member of the Family Some people are never in a hurry until they get into the ers seat of a cat1 Volume 278 County Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday July 11 1959 Two Sections Sevtn Centi 28 Homes In Hollywood leveled 15 Homes Damaged In Blaze HOLLYWOOD Calif AP Twenty eight homes are known destroyed in a brush fire possibly touched off by an arsonist which swept through acres Friday in Hollywoods rustic Laurel Canyon t Fifteen other homes were damaged Three hundred per sons were forced to flee for their lives Most of the homes were in the to class Seven firemen were injuied trying to save them A woman resident and her son suffered e3 burns running from their teir volce home as flames raced of National Chairman Paul Butler for his Fire NDUSTRY SEES STEEL STRIKE 3 Demos Join Critics Of Butler By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Three Democratic senators upon it It was destroyed attacks on party congressional A family in a 1959 auto barely leaclers escaped when the driver blinded by smoke drove off the road The1 bensJonn Sparkman D occupants fled on foot Flames Henry M Jackson D caught the car moments later and Wash and Gale W McGee set if afire s t o u 11 y defended The blaze broke out in two difthe course Senate Majority ferent places on Laurel CanyonLeader Lyndon B Johnson Boulevard and flared up minuteshas taken in attemtping to later a mile away on Mulholland tailor legislation to avoid firemen to suspect presidential vetoes Spark a N iman Jackson and McGee are Mulholland crosses Laurel Canrated as liberals on most is yon Boulevard like the cross on sues a T at the ridgeline of the Holly u wood Hills The flames spread WI get a chf at an from Lookout Mountain Drive afternoon conference to north through hills and Previously 3 expressed view that the party s crossed by two dozen streets congresional leaders are corn ICttUClJi ale CUm Massed men and equipment promising with the GOP admin and backfiring halted the fire istration too often and thus are along the crest at Mulholland not welding a pr on of it lay thick brush on the Democrats can win in 1960 Valley afiiuial nonmivo wrote Johnson c ithat what he called Butiers at Steven McQueen of te tack the record of the Dem j Wanted Dead or he ped cratic Congress generally and oni battle flames that crept wuhm a the Democratic leadership specifii lew hundred yards of his is unjustified and niost Other hojnes in the area are owned by Ben Alexander sidekick to Sgt Friday on and actors Scott Brady Dan OHer lihy Dan Duryea Charles Coj burn TV master of ceremonies Jack Bailey John Smith of TVs 77 Sunset and Kam the houseboy on Have Gun Will See 3 2 Col 3 New Housing In Michigan Restricted None of the celebrities homes were reported damaged i ExSenator After EAST LANSING Mich The Michigan committee report ing for President Eisenhowers Commission on Civil Rights says that certain builders real estate agencies and financial institutions restrict new housing in Michigan to white families through gentle Kozlov Ends Tour Of USA PITTSBURGH R Kozlovs barnstorming tour of the United States ends to day The Soviet first deputy pre mier flies to New Yorks La Guardia Airport after a brief stop in this industrial city for a look at the Homestead works of the U S Steel Corp and a visit to the nuclear power plant at Shippingport Pa The weary Kremlin leader cut more than half a day from his Pittsburgh stay to permit him to rest in New York before taking off by Soviet jet transport for Moscow Monday The last sched uled public event of his tour will be a news conference Sunday in New York Kozlov was a guest at a private dinner Friday night at the home of Chancellor Edward H Litch field of the University of Pitts burgh Gov David L Lawrence of Pennsylvania was among the guests Adm Hyman who took aleading part in developing atom ic reactors flew in from Wash ington to have breakfast with Kozlov He accompanied Kozlov to Shippingport s WELCOME TO PITTSBURGHFrederic Weir left shakes hands with Frol R Kozlov Russias first deputy premiere as Kozlov arrives at Greater Pittsburgh Airport yesterday on his tour ot selected American cities Weir is president of Pittsburgh City Council AP Photo Behan Fined In Court For 3Day Drunk Binge DALLAS AP Formei mens I Negroes and in some instanceslUie In WlSC tLjufthj i r j r Ul Hid m aumcr uiauiiKJCo Sen William A Blakley 60 Jcws are discriminated is in critical condition after sufthe committee says in a prelim FjPA fering a massive heart attack nary report Under the XWI I II Blakley became ill Friday and mens the commit LAUDERDALE Wis By ANTHONY WHITE ruffled and rumpled but dued Brendan Behan rolled into Bow Street Court today and was fined 5 shillings 70 cents for being drunk in public The thirsty Irish playwright pleaded guilty AP Banker Kills Holdup Man Wounds 2nd ECLECTIC Ala young smalltown banker early today shot and killed one holdup man and wounded another who had kidnaped a policeman and robbed a bank of Before he shot the two bandits Carl Ray Barker 31 subdued one of them by throwing scalding water in his face and beating him on tne witn tne robbers own Barker is cashier and general manager of the Bank of Eclectic He killed the other bandit with a shotgun charge in the chest and Burr Li O aiiUUgVUI U11CU gC 111 LlltJ aliU Is anything known about ham asked Magistrate Cliveseriously wounded the scalded resort and a heart specialist The to Jews i summer cottage in this mer senator was rushed to Baylor Tne advisory committee headed southeastern Wisconsin Hospital by ambulance and placed by Charles E Wilson former community under an oxygen tent secretary of defense and former Jeffrey Jackson 7 his sisters Dr McBride who described his General Motors president called Jackie 11 and Angela 14 died condition as pretty said housing segregation in the state ajin the flames that burned the cot1 Blakley had suffered a massive growing evil tage known as the Clubhouse Q coronary occlusion similar to the Tne Wilson groups They were the children of MrDV attacks which struck President at Michigan State Univerjand Mrs W T Jackson of Eisenhower and Sen Lyndon B sly also criticized financial polGeneva III Sun Camera the public seats and the blearyeyed Behan grinned badly beaten holdup man with a charge of No 4 birdshot in the The dead man was identified I by papers in his wallet as James MJ u tlio 11 Ml WO U til For since his arrival three days Franklin Bray 25 of Montgom ago from a drying out course injery Taken to Kilby Prison at a Dublin hospital he has been Montgomery in serious condition f lltl n It n rs rl hitting the bottle and the head lines day and night of The Hostage from loss of blood and other in juries was a man who gave the name of William D Hayward 26 Blakley tin now playing at a London theater also of Montgomery ST PAUL Minn up in court in an unj The two holdup men kidnaped ndnciai poiueneva ill ST PAUL Minn up in court in an unl The two holdup men kidnaped government Authorities said the Jacksons escopic aloft bypressed gray suit His coat saggedCity Policeman Maxie Taunton ited to sub were summer residents at Lauda large plastic open His white shirt wasafter askine him to drive them a multimillionaire fiwhich it said contributed to sub1 were summer residents at Lauda large plastic 15 miles abpve the earthbunched up He never wears aout on a highway where they lent rain and high water had after asking him to drive them could hitchhike a rude caused 57 deaths and an estimat u II WllOlStll Wl i ll tl IS II11C Still I nancier rancher oilman and sidizmg of segregated housing erdale Lake for past six or seven some 15 miles abpve the earthbunched philanthropist was appointed toi lines of residential segreyears tcday transmitting televised picnecktie the Senate by Gov Allan Shivers gallon are more tightly drawn Sheriffs deputies said Bonnielures of the sun On his chin was a threeday The officer said one of the ed 7V4 million dollars in 1957 to fill an interim at any time in the McLaughlin about 18 Chicago a The unmanned balloon and itsirowth of stubble causedby the resignation of Pricefhe committee said for the Jackson Daniel He did not run in the obvious freedom does not exist dren had escaped but is tf T i me oaiivMJu cnupavioaa was reieas Daniel He did not run in the obvious freedom does not exist dren had escaped but is hospital Elmo airport just east of here by mill cut and shock Herearly thismormng cial election won by Ralph borough but unsuccessfully op Housing is our toughest prob1 condition prevented in posed Yarborough for the Demolem said Wilson We have no questioning about details cratic nomination for the Senate voting problem and our school I Deputy Sheriff Ed Kei in 1958 i ay Cubans Plan Nicaragua Fight MEXICO CITY AP Cuban mercenaries planning an invasion of Nicaragua have turned the coast of the territory of Quintana Roo into a military base the newspaper Excelsior said today The report was in a dispatch Chetumal capital of the teri ritory by a reporter sent to check reports of Cuban activities in the area At least a Cubans whoj landed on the coast of Quiniaiiaj Koohave been deported in recent i weeks The territory lies in southi east Mexico along the Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean Watch for the last page oi Wed paper Dance tonite Sat early this morning immediate A crew of scientists headed byj Dr Martin Schwarzschild a Prin r ii u J Keller said ceton Univeasity astronomer oust mJ segregated he understood that the the flight from a van as housing means s eg regaled were at a yachting gettogether at it floated on a southerly course H 1 hi n See 2 Col 7 John Dicks tesof his head while he was driving See 2 Col C TO SPEAK AT ISTC The Honorable Carlos P Romulo ambassador to United States from the Philippine Republic will deliver the address at the com mencement exercises at Indiana State Teachers College on Aug ust 23 at ac cording to Dr Willis E Pratt president of the college Dr Romulos acceptance of the invitation to speak at the Indiana State Teachers College com mencement service was confirm ed from his office in Washington today Dr Pratt stated Plucky Mom Wins Battle Over Polio BURLINGAME Calif AP She wasnt the star She wasnt even listed in the supporting cast But all eyes were on and all hearts silently cheered the blue eyed jethaired divorcee As the dance concluded the Claim No Possibility Of Pact NEW YORK AP The steel industry said today il saw no possibility of a con tract agreement to avert a midnight next Tues day In announcing R Con rad Cooper chief industry negotiator said there was no other recourse but to notify steel firms later today to be gin shutting down After an hour long negoti ating session with the steel workers union Cooper said I regret to announce we see no possibility of an agree Cooper said no further negotiat ing session was scheduled with union President David J McDon ald until Sunday morning but the outlook for an agreement is not The industry spokesman said the companies again had asked the union to extend labor con tracts indefinitely so bargaining talks could continue plants Remained in v Cooper said the union rejected any further contract extension be yond the twoweek truce expiring at midnight Tuesday The twoweek postponement of an earlier steel strike threat on July 1 was granted by the union at President Eisenhowers request for more negotiating time But the union last Wednesday turned down Eisenhowers plea for a further See 2 Col 2 Siberia Trip For Nixon Said Doubtful NEW YORK Soviets pital bed her arms and her back bent into a stiff arc applause broke and rose to a crescendo The dancing lady in the front line of the chorus was Jeanne Forslind San Mateo Countys polio mother of the year Only seven years ago stricken with polio Mrs Forslinds body was almost totally paralyzed For i M ijvsvicia three months she lay m a hoshave refused Vice President Rich ard M Nixon permission to fly across Siberia in an American Slowly feeling began to return plane on his visit to the Soviet However doctors warned that Union the New York Herald never again could she expect to Tribune said today Nixon who is going to Moscow But I have to she saidi later this month to open the simply have two children to exhibition wanted to return home care across Siberia by way of Alaska And walk she did After eight the papers Washington corres months in a hospital she insisted upon going home She scorned use pondent James E Warner said The Kremlin will permit the of a wheel chair Slowly painvice president to visit some Si tully and with neverending ef See 2 Col 2 Korean Flood Emergency Over SEOUL AP South Koreas flood emergency was declared over today after a week of vio berian cities which it selects Warner said but whether he will travel to them in his own plane or a Soviet aircraft is still sub ject to negotiations The Soviets long have barred foreigners from the Siberian Pa oreas cific and the interior of reion bordering on Commu nist China An aide to Nixon asked about the reported Soviet action said that so far as he knew the ques The officer said one of the ed ly million dollars damage that so lar as he knew We bandits had put a gun at the back National police said houses itlon ot still i1j i was in the discussion stapA had been wrecked or flooded andiwas m the stage persons left homeless w schools churches and public servthe Sterlingworth Hotel ices the lake at the time of the fire across1 Designed to televise and photo Inside The Gazette NEAR PERFECT David Wagner pitched almost a perfect game in Minor County League play See details on sports pages 10 and 11 JERRY BENNETTS The numerous iiuidents of the Washington seene tliat never make page one are featured in Bennetts column on page 5 Pessimistic Of Herter Enroute Back To Geneva Discussions I graph the sun from above possi ble distortion by the earths at mosphere the 12inch telescope was controlled by the ground crew In the first project stratoscopei WASHINGTON AP Secrejfor President Eisenhower andiwid in his airport statement lists two yeais ago tne remote tary of State Christian A Herterother top officials Herters flight We Geneva resolved as yards It also sucktd up huge was noMn opertook off for the Big the first Officjai use o tne new before to negotiate in good of paper and waste The Dust Devil In St Louis ST LOUIS Mo AP Down town St Louis was struck by a dust devil a localized whirl wind Friday Usually dust devils are associated with desert areas The whirlwind picked up a ton truck and moved it several et ti sim Othet Features g ours e Uiion Mill bchwaubchiia said it al Geneva with a pledge to craft and equally determined to maini debris was lifted as high as 200 StrVe for a reasonable a8ree Aides said the foreign aftain our Obligations to the more feet iuent wlth the SoVet Union chief is not ruling out the than two million free people of There were no injuries from tha 6 GmMUy of at least a temporj West Berlin freak storm which lasted leSS todav ary agreement on the cold war Before I left for the first series minutes Schwarzschild is scientific di But Herter said he llas no crisis issue at the second round of of discussions in Geneva 1 said l st Louis weatherman of the project sponsored bv gleat exPectations Jor the foreign ministers conference had no great expectations for SucBrancato that a ational Science Foundation and thal baiiamin8 with the Such an agreement could pave the cess Negotiations with the Soviet heaUD rector 1 uijilci n M16 14 Gditoriil Notca ObUuerlei Society 6 U Town leen IU11 1 1 3 the Such an agreement could pave tnecess Negotiations with the IIW way for a summit nieeting later Union require infinite patience uear Inn o Q fr o i cr rvi pa the National Science thal and the Office of Naval Research requires infinite tience and long m the year any long labor That remains spoke at Andrews Airi My collagues of France and view as we approach the second luno s Restaurant WKATHER Special regular costume Herter al Air My collagues of Prance as we approaci jewelry now 3 for Rogers Base near Washingthe United Kingdom and 1 will j series of discussions Clearing and mUd tonight Sunday mostly sunny and pleasant Highest near bQ tfxtonJust before soaring away in strive as we did before to reach J 1 am confident that the same a brand new jet plane a giant i a reasonable agreement with the close unity among the Western Dance tfx vw a giaui i a i tit vrtiit uiuijr uic L i Brunos Restaurant open July 13th military version of the Boeing 707 Soviet Union on the problems of Allies which brightened our work Watch for the last page ol ne of three and Hevterj See Sec 2 Col 1 inesdaya paper 279xB I airliner It was one   

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