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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDt An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family The reason some women lie it that they consider it their duty to sneak well of their husbands Volume 279 EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday July 13 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents STEEL TALKS OUTLOOK Begin Job Of Closing Up Plants By JOE BRAD1S PITTSBURGH AP With hopes dimmed for a verting a nationwide steel strike at midnight Tuesday steel companies today official of the Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Com job of shutting down their pany and the Whiteman Division of National Mine Service passed away early Sunday Morning in the Indiana Hospital not be shut A native of Fairfield County Ohio the Indiana resident Prominent In Coal Leslie Householder r Whiteman Officer Dies At 75 Leslie W Householder 75 257 North Sixth a re Discussion n v r it Discussioi Recover 2 Soviet Space Dogs Resumed Facilities can off by pressing a button Its was born on Sept One Canine Veteran Of Four Trips MOSCOW So job that takes much time The deceased is survived by his wife Mrs Helen Lapsjviet Union announced today and considerable caution to ley Householder a stepson John Glasser of rocketed two dogs into avoid damage 6 costly a stepdaughter Joan Glasser Mrs Richard jWyomissing and two brothers Ross of Bremen Ohio 11 C ment Most steel firms like at least three days to shut down a blast furnace The job of starting up again takes even some times as long as two weeks Steel the nations leading producer began prepara tory closing operations during the weekend Bethlehem Steel Corp started to shut down 750 coke ovens Sunday at its Sparrow Point plant on the outskirts of Baltimore Banking of 10 blast furnaces and draining of steel from 35 open hearths began morning Bethlehem also reported an and Russell of Junction City Ohio Mr Householder was preceded in death by his first wife Mrs Gladys Haas Householder in 1946 Mr Householders work with the local coal company began June 15 1912 Previous to that he was em ployed by the General Electric Corp in Punxsutawney He graduated as an electrical engineer from Ohio University in Athens Ohio and svas employed by GE in Punxsutawney previous to his joining the local firm After serving as an electrical engineer Mr Householder became reported an chief Mining Engineer of the R agreement has been reached p in a923 He was elected a the United Steelworkers Union tojvice president of the company lts in 1928 rotate maintenance men in plants at Sparrows Point Lacka wanna and Bethlehem Steelton and Johnstown Pa In preparing for a shutdown After election as president of Whiteman and Co in 1942 Mr Householder was an officer of the National Mine Service serv producers usually bank openj nead of the Whiteman Di hearth furnaces and coke ovens vlsion after its merge wjth Na tional Mine He continued as consultant first They require cleaning and reduction in heat n i v tta vuiiauuaiii iu Usually the giant funnaces are Natjona Mine unti j 3Q j cleaned of ron and banked withHls retirement was effective July coke to keep some heat in themjj 1957 Juiy during idle period Coke ovens ei Ml Householder was a mem1 her have to be cleaned out and ber of the Engineers Society of Pennsylvania and the LESLIE W HOUSEHOLDER former coal exec dies Jet Airliner Checked By US Agency space July 10 and brought them back to earth afely One of the dogs in the 850pound rocket was Dar ing the veteran space travel er who was up for his fourth round trip the announcement said Daring another dog Snow flake and a rabbit named Mar fooshka Little Martha were sent up in a similar singlestage rock et weighing on July 2 an earlier announcement said Tass the official Soviet news agency said instruments in both rockets were parachuted to earth after successfully making record ings of conditions in the outer at mosphere The Soviets have not disclosed the distance or altitude of either flight Tile Tass announcement today said the latest dogcarrying rock et was the same type as that of July 2 and was launched at July 10 Information is reported to have been obtained on the entire range of the research program said The agency described this pro gram as including measure ments of infrared radiation of the earth and the earths atmosphere photographing of clouds over a steel is produced can be I vast territory a simultaneous out of operation in something less hlfh tn I cem analysis of the ion and neutral than a day but the care needed is NEW AP In a barncomposition of the atmosphere as great as in the case of 1 and the Indiana Elks hangar federal a measurement of the elec blast furnaces r today over a broken metaltrostatic Maintenance of equipment is y shaft in the wheel assembly of a MK ceased was serving as a pany personnel who are locked in the plant of the wing of the church See 2 Col 5 Corp began slowing coke opera tions with six blast furnaces and 21 open hearths scheduled for clos ing today 9 The picture was the same in A II f f Birmingham and Gadsden d Laclede Steel in Illinois Great Lakes in Detroit In the Pittsburgh area the See 2 Col 4 back Civic officials tangled over con tions prevailing at Idlewild Air educational nilC witn HJ persons aboard circled the field for four hours Saturday1 night It finally edged down to the run Cycle Crash Injures Two Homer Teens BRUSH VALLEY Two Horn RESERVE CENTER John P Saylor turns ine rivst spade of earln marking the beginning of construction on the new Army Reserve Center on the North Fourth St Extension Indiana Looking on are Capt Woerner McKinsey commanding officer of the local reserve unit William Ingersoll executivesecretary of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Major Raymond Simpson a member of the Battalion staff of the 458th Engineer Battalion and Col Charles E Kull Johnstown commander of the battalion Williams photo Begin Army Reserve children Center Building Here ln Congressman John P Saylor turned the first shovel of dirt Saturday afternoon marking the beginning of construc Home Blaze MOUNT CLEMENS Mich AP tion of the new army reserve center to be erected along Five children were Route 119 just north or Indiana L H f t Before breaking ground Congressman Saylor praised n a mat swept a two to resume negotiations at once for the local officers and men of Company B of the 458th story frame home near downtown this Rfl Rif At Noon NEW YORK ed negotiations got under way again today at White House bidding but with scant prospect of an agreement to avert a strike at midnight Tuesday The union promised to make an ailAmerican try at negotiatinga strikesaving settlement R Conrad Cooper chief industry negotiator threw cold water on settlement prospects and showed irrita tion in posing with the union president David J McDonald for photographers Cooper said there was only one possible way a strike could be the union otgaain extend its contract McDonald ruled out any further delay in a showdown The union earlier had granted a twoweek truce Cooper said the union already has caused the industry injury by the fact that many firms have had to close some facilities in the cost ly preparation for an orderly in dustry shutdown Were not the aggressors in the Cooper said Were not causing a The industry has insisted on ob taining more management control over various operations to cover any pay or other concessions that might be offered has refusedto yield It said the indas cific wage increase McDonald after receiving word of the White House request met briefly with his union executive board He rushed out to a hotel corri dor telephone and in the sight of reporters and photographers called Cooper to arrange the new negotiating resumption In a shoxt statement McDonald said The union agrees with President Eisenhower that there is opportunity and time for settle ment to be reached before the strike deadline We are notifying the industrys negotiators that we are prepared Girl Admits Seven Of Family ELMIRA Monitor In Office Now undercarriage i Civil Aeronautics Federal Aviation Agency experts were examining the Pan Ameri can World Airways plane trying f their work in qualifying for the j yesterday when the motorcycle Board and they were riding overturned on Route 259 about three miles south of Brush Valley In satisfactory condition in Indi to determine what caused a steeliana Hospital is James E Shaffer WASHINGTON York lawyer testified today shaft to break The break they said allowed heitlie front pair of wheels in the was approached by officials of the I fourwheel landing gear under the yearold Jane Shusko admits set uai luua wasf ting the fire that killed seven Pppavne lh way for a merger of SUlglei members of her family police say but she doesnt know why West Coast Longshoremens Union wing to drop off on takeoff about a plan to seize control of They sought to determine whether courtappointed monitors policing lne breakresulted from a manu facturing flaw or developed later and was not discovered during regular inspections of the aircraft They also were checking run the two unions into a single powwav conditions at airports where erful transport union jsuch jet airliners operate to deter Keystone of the plan the Teamsters Union Bartley C Crum told Senate rackets probers that the idea was at anyone of iwshe holding a said Police Captain Maloney new center He went on to remind the audij ence that the men who train in this unit and ones like it will make our survival possible should our Stop Sign Changed Here Mount Clemens Two of the children were dead on arrival at a hospital Bodies of three others were found in their bedrooms The victims were children of Mr and Mrs Robert Langlois 17 He is being treated for a head injury His brother Donald 15 suffered abrasions of the shoulder and was I country become engaged in World Police Cllief Harrv Owens today The father had left for work at given dispensary treatment at the hospital State Police said the young men were injured when their cycle southbound on Route 259 over turned after hitting a dog on the highway The Shaffers told police the dog ran into the path of their motorcycle and that the im pact caused James to lose control III Congressman Saylor point ed out that because of the advance made in weapons the United States sgns in b The chanae will affect traffic at 7 T me cnange wui diieci iidiuc di dren were stlH asleep e the intersection of Fourth and Elm McDonald said the Tuesday midnight strike deadline still stands and the union plans no fur ther postponements In response to a prior Whits House bid the union granted a twoweek strike truce postponing the contract deadline from July 1 until Tuesday night McDonald dispatched a telegram to Eisenhower in Washington say ing the union was in entire ment with you that there is op j will not have the time to train an now have to stop i The mother Margaret 26 and portunity and time for a settle army after any aitack as has beenicn Fourth but the change will f yearold Deborah suffered to be reached before the possible in previous conflicts iput the sign on Elm St post i Crum said the approach to him Check Janes brother and six of her eight sisters died of asphyxiation in their secondfloor bedrooms Saturday night Jane escaped with ner mother Lillian Two other daughters were by a neighbor Crum said the approach to him came from Harry Bridges and Bridges top aide Louis Goldblatt Crum said the offer came to in a series of meetings over pasl yeai July in a Police Chief Eugene Golden said Jane had signed a statement that she had thrown a lighted match on a pile of papers in a first floor clothes closet She also ad mitted having lit two fires the previous day i The girl was calm at her ar raignment Sunday on a charge of delinquency but later into teaxs as she was met by her parents i Maloney said she would be held in jail for courtordered psychil atric tests Special regular costume jewelry now 3 for Rogers Jewelry tfx i Watch for the last page of Wed nesdays paper 280x Parly tonight Catholic Center 2791 HOMER CITY Joseph Clark 20 of Mazza Homer City is in fair condition today in Indiana Hospital where he is being treated for a gunshot wound of the chest State Police of the Indiana sub station said today they are investi gating whether or not the incident They said evening Unlicensed Dog Drive On In County fnside The Gazette ALLENSCOTT Nixon will inquire about Ihe missing U S Airmen when he makes his trip to Russia Head the AllenScott column on page ALLSTARS Cambria County AllStars defeated the Greater Indiana County AllStars Read the details and other sports on pages 10 and 11 Other Feafures fictaU ticials began camSSTta il campaign in In The Congressman was introduced i by Indiana County Sheriff Paul Jeffries Captain Woerner McKinsey commanding officer of Co B in j traduced by Major Raymond Simp json was in charge of the short groundbreaking ceremonies Included among the dignitaries participating in the event were army officials unit officers bor ough and county officials mem bers of the Chamber of Commerce and the Industrial Development Corporation and others interested in the project Work is expected to begin short tured legs and back injuries when strike deadline they leaped from a second floor Brunos Restaurant open July 13th window In addition the mother badly burned See 2 Col 2 Postor Here 17 Dr H B Boyd Dies In Florida Dr Harry Burton Boyd former c eaan r cam ticials began theii campaign in Inly 0 lhe erection oi the reserve f calvary United Pres diana County today to apprehend Lentpr The reserve officers hope ot CIK unutu rres cetei owners of unlicensed dogs Headed by supervisor A L Smith of4 Harrisburg and Indiana County Dog Law Enforcement Officer Louis Bonacci seven ad ditional officials will concentrate on Indiana County for as long as it takes to cover the county in search of unlicensed j The officers include W J Cambria County John Hoover Forest County Melvin Edinger McKeanPotter County John Ris consin Blair County James otficers church in Indiana passed to bein their new home in about away evening in St Pet iersburg Fla headed nine months The deceased minister ithe local church congregation from to 1955 At the time of his death he was pastor of the Garden Crest Church in St Petersburg a PITTSBURGH AP John He is survived by his wife Mrs Teen Killed Seven Injured Bazier 16 of Elizabeth was kill ed and seven teenagers were in jured Sunday in the collision of two autos on Glassport Rd in Margaret Elizabeth Denham Boyd and a son Leslie Randolph Dr Boyd was born in Chicago on Mar 10 1882 and lived as a boy in Columbus Georgia He was a graduate of iAlabama Altddlnt lamp Bujlneu Mirror Comics 3 U13 Edltgi Ul UuaplUl Obituaries U Society TVBadio World 1odajr 1011 WEATHER Mostly sunny and warm today and Tuesday Tuesday Clear and cool tonight Low 30 lo 5tj Lischevelli Clearfield County Ric nearby Lincoln Borough hard Taafe Lawrence and Beaver Judy Dennison 15 of Versailles Counties and Lewis Zoldak Westand Anna Jean Sinatra 18 0fMllitary Institute in 1899 and ten moreiand County i Glassport were listed in critical fre College in Danville Kentucky These officials are brought into Condition at McKeesport 1908 Indiana County to assist in thisAfter completing his theological effort to apprehend owners of un Homer City Rifle Club party todegree work at McCornuck Semm licensed dogs night 56 reasons 279x iary in Chicago in 1911 Dr Boyd Penalty for an unlicensed dog is 0 was awarded doctors degrees anjjorI j Supmkas Jewelry clearance sale trom Hastings College Nebraska Starts Thursday morning y22 from Centre College in 1921 and also from the University Watch lor the last page of Wecl A bit wamler i Deadline for the securing of dog licenses was Jan 15 nesdays paper 280x See Rev 2 Col 4 DR HARRY BURTON BOYD burial tumor row ExStarford Resident Dies In NY Crash STAR FORD former Star ford resident lost her life Satur day when the truck she was rid ing in swerved off a New York highway and struck a utility pole Killed in the accident at Oak field was Mrs Cora Paul Moore 21 She is survived by her husband and three children the young est being only a month old The truck operated by her band Jack 24 hit the utility pole with such impact that it jarred open the door on the passengers side throwing Mrs Moore to the pavement She was a native of this area having attended Commodore High School Her husband is a native of the Homer City area Mrs Moore was born March 28 1938 daughter of Mrs Cecil ing Paul of Warren and the late Milton H Paul She resided in Starford district until five years ago Other survivors include two sis ters who reside in this district They are Mrs DarJ ford and Mrs Harvey Ebensburg RD 2 Mrs Moores body will 1 turned to the Evangelical United j Brethren Church Cemetery ford fur burial   

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