Indiana Evening Gazette, July 14, 1959

Indiana Evening Gazette

July 14, 1959

View full pageStart a free trial

Issue date: Tuesday, July 14, 1959

Pages available: 16

Previous edition: Monday, July 13, 1959

Next edition: Wednesday, July 15, 1959 - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions

About Indiana Evening Gazette

Publication name: Indiana Evening Gazette

Location: Indiana, Pennsylvania

Pages available: 339,213

Years available: 1904 - 1981

Learn more about this publication


  • 2.13+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Find your ancestors now
Start your Genealogy Search now
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Indiana Evening Gazette, July 14, 1959

Get access to these newspapers Plus 2.13+ billion other articles

OCR Text

Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serve Every Member of the Family Malting new mistakes is at east ft lot better than making the same old ones Volume 280 Sixteen Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday July 14 Two Sections Hoffa Admits Dealing With Expelled Longshoremen SAY STEEL STRIKE INEVITABLE Defiantly Answers Kennedy WASHINGTON AP Teamsters Union President James R Hoffa acknowledged defiantly today he is dicker ing for a pact with the West Coast Longshoremens Union expelled by the old CIO in 1950 for allegedly following Communist line Hoffa denounced the ouster of the longshoremen as a phony act and defended Harry Bridges and Louis Goldbatt the Longshoremens president WASHINGTON AP Employment surged to a re But he flung a shouted warningtord high of in at the Senate committee counsel1 11V1P A n nor nnn Robert F Kennedy Dont put gain 1326000 was their Bridges and Goldbuilt strong factory hiring and seasonal rises in farming Hoffa told Kennedy that youll construction The Labor Department re unemployment rose Kennedy Im as y iiny ruoueci i m tmn students and new US Job Totals Hit Peak Sales Levy Compromise Tax Package In i Caucus Session I HARRISBURG AP A compromise tax package ult around a plan to increase the 3V2 per cent sales tax to per cent will be carried to House Democratic and Repub an caucuses today to test rankandfile reaction I also calls for extending the sales levy to soft drinks I r fi M A t 1 m es students and new aso calls for extending the sales levy to soft drinks f 1 d e d the job laundry and diy cleaning services automobile inspection licluor stores and beer to make and point out the facts of negotiations for an agreement of some sort between As a result unemployment rp the Teamsters and the Longshoreremained at per cent of f the civilian labor force after Pe tje House Leadership reportedly 178 mil The nature of the alleged pact allowing for seasonal fluctu on doilars ln the next two years Thebig question is how the package will be received af the closed party meetings j sticker fees and retail sales made distributors The tentative program drafted by a bipartisan commit remains in dispute Hoffa calledaligns it an agreement on jtirisdictional and organisational problems thc steep climb in employ growing out of automation and 8ain of since mechanization of industry ebruary has seldom been Hartley C Crum a New Yorkmatched llistoryII attested to lawyer had testified Monday it force of Dusiness recovery was described to him as a move toward forming a single giant transport W earnings also reached a record M The tablethumping shoutingiat workweek length Humphrey department officials said Factory workers average week to Candidacy Details of the program were leaked despite efforts by the House leadership to keep them secret in advance of the afternoon caucus es See 2 Col Rep Stephen McCann Democra tic floor leader declined comment PREPARING FOR POSSIBLE STEEL STRIKEU S Steel Corp moved to close down opera tions because of a threatened steel strike at midnight Tuesday This unidentified employe at the Edgar Thomson Works near Pittsburgh of big steel taps a furnace so that its molten iron can be cast It was the final charge of the furnace in event of a strike AP Photo The report issued today by Sec f retary of Labor James P Mitchell stressed the June gain in factory jobs The increase was about double the usual rise for the month It pushed factory em ployment to only about below t i level in mid1957 The heaviest rehiring was in See 2 Col 5 Minimum Pike Speed Limit Set HARRISBURG AP Vehicles using the highspeed Pennsylvania Turnpike must travel at least 35 miles per hour effective immediI nml Vm ifk ately the Turnpike Commission UlM ruled today Joseph J Lawlcr acting com mission chairman said the mini mum speed limit was set in an ef wil1 celebrate his fifth birth fort to reduce an unexcusable day tomorrow was injured short lumber of rearend accidents on lv attcr 10 oclock this morning he toll road when he was struck by a car on The minimum limit was Waler St mended by the commission staff was taken to the following a recent accident in Indiana Hospital according to a which an antique automobile he received demolished and its occupants and brush burns jured about the arms i j Tlie injured lad is the son of Mr Laulei said the accident report and Mrs Harry C Clayton showed the antique vehicle was i Water St GOP Policy Com Democrat rnrpH mittee chairman said it was any io Presidential guess tQ he tion would be in his partys caucus The bipartisan House committee Humphreys scheduled formal j A1UUOC WUJIIlIUllCC into the race a year beforealso was expected to submit al the partys nominating convention iu Ulliy aOUUl J below the prerecession nd none of Ilis Potential rivals j edging toward the official starting It is reported Richard Clayton F Kennedy DMass expressed surprise at Humphreys early public unveiling of his ambi tions But the Massachusetts sena ternate recommendations includ ing extension of the 3 12 per cent sales tax to clothing or reducing the levy to 2 per cent but remov ing all exemptions including the clothing and takehome food The conferees spent most of last week discussing taxes behind clos West Says Assurance From Soviets Needed irwiiiiivi tor said this will make no change d doors in an effort to end a in his own plans Kennedy who has been unoffi not maintaining a safe Operator of the car was report e car He said the limit does not afed as a woman from mian Jbc m Turnpike HC identification was no t im t that the regulation will apply only on the level highway The maximum speed limit of the Turnpike is 65 miles per hour for passenger cars and buses and 50 miles per hour for trucks and combination of other vehicles dialely available Indiana Borough Police are con tinuing their investigation of the incident beating the delegates for decide at the end of early in 1960 whether he me an active candidate Few doubt that he will Instead of bolting for the start ing gate Kennedy intends to stop even his indirect campaigning for the summer With the exception an Aug 1 appearance at the Ore gon state convention of the AFL CIO he said he will fill no more speaking dates until fall Friends said neither Sen Stuart Symington DMo nor Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas can be expected to announce officially as candi dates until their states give them stalemate on the remainder ofi Gov Lawrences 400milliondollar tax program The only part of the program that has become law dur ing four months of infighting was an increase April 15 in the 3 per cent sales tax to 3 12 per cent Other legislative developments Furman The Senate unanim ously approved the appointment munist of former Lt Gov Roy E Fur n f The exact extent of injury to labelsjiext spring known boy was not immediately Supinkas Jewelry clearance sale starts Thursday morning 281x man Waynesburg to the Pennsyl vania Turnpike Commission suc ceeding G Franklin McSorley of Pittsburgh who resigned last week House Picnic The House met for less than two hours Monday then recessed for a picnic at near by West Shore Country Club Minimum Wage The House Rules Committee approved an ad ExCastro Aide Says Raul Is Red WASHINGTON AP Castros former air force chief today described Castro his broth er Raul Castro and others high in the Cuban government as Com GENEVA foreign ministers reportedly decided today that they need more definite assurances from I the Soviet Union before they can seriously consider accept j ing a Sovietproposed Berlin freeze MajPedro Luis Diaz Lan2 told the Senate Internal Security sub GENEVA West ern ministers accused Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Fidel Gromyko today of obstruc tionist tactics with his demand that German representatives be included in secret Big Four talks They said he was 5 for committee that instead of bring ing liberty and freedom to Cuba Castro has brought a Communist dictatorship Diaz gave his testimony at a Secretary of State Christian Herter and the foreign ministers of Britain France and West Ger many met foran hour and 40 min utes this morning at Herters Steel Strike Would Idle Many In Pa HARRISBURG AP A State Labor and Industry Department report indicated today that a long steel strike would Pennsylvania work The details were spelled out in a study titled Anticipated Ef public hearing which was susjheadquarters on the tactics for lects of a Steel Strike on Workers pended briefly because of a bomb remainder of the in scare He had hardly started testifying anhour minimum wage for sylvania workers not covered by See 2 Col 2 Release One of Three 0 I wha to do a spokesman announced Their chief immediate problem mittee had received information recognition for Communist from a source it considered reliEast Germany in The report said workers would be out of work at midnight should unionmanagement negotiators fail to reach a settle ment Within a week other workers would be laid li Cl ouUl Jl 1 cl v w AMivt wuu able that an attempt would be Asst Secretary of State and 7000 work TT i i erS ITlOStlv soft rnal minarc Rebellious Convicts Booby trap Coal Mine Reject Pleas made to injure Diaz H Berding initiative has Diaz who described himself asiet been taken by the West on a foe of the overthrown Fulgencioithat none of Batista regime said he joined Se 2 Col 3 ers mostly soft coal miners If the strike extends two weeks Fruitless Sessions Conducted By NORMAN WALKER NEW YORK steel strike at midnight loomed in evitable today with union and industry negotiators going through the motions of fruit last minute bargaining sessions The chief industry negotia or R Conrad Cooper said here was no change in the Bargaining stalemate However Cooper and Steel workers Union President David J McDonald kept talk ng with fellow negotiators about a possible new contract Cooper said the process of clos ng down the industry in advance of the expected midnight walkout was already well along McDonald and Cooper shook hands and willingly posed for a news photographer before starting their final round of sessions They engaged in their usual banter with newsmen but conceded that nei ther had any real hope for avert ing the walkout The industry itself as putting a finger in the dike See 2 CoL 4 ong Calls Confabs In Texas Suife PORT WORTH Tex CAP Louisianas Gov Earl K Long lolding court in his hotel suite oday began conferences with tate officials he called to Texas with an imperial summons Long wore undershorts and a Iress shirt when he greeted his irst conferee Lt Gov Lether Frazer Frazer wai in dressing own The lieutenant governor trrived Monday night Others summoned to Fort Worth telephone were state financial xperts and several top Long ad isers The ailing Long 63 spent ral hours Monday with Gen Raymond Hufft Louisiana adju ant general Despite Longs creation of a apitalawayfromhome he found enty of time for recreation tie avowed purpose of his trip to rexas He was up late and got ttle sleep before the conferences egan today At least one Texas newspaper aid the governor is unwanted in Texas The Tyler CourierTimes headed a pageone editorial Gov Long go i ni l Week Planned The editorial said Texans can railroaders would benave no control over who wishes Western ministers has made anlJotless and another workers ro vacation within the borders of effort to get Gromyko to drop hisiwoulcl be lad in mininjs state But there certainly is requirement jing metal products production j control over who speaks to mr Germanrepresentatives did trucking and seaj Legislature and that control take part in any of the informal imen should be exercised firmly at this secret sessions in the first six the slnke lasts a niont an juncture i weeks of the conference They 3000 in a vaj Legally sane or not his in the formal meetings as neds would be jobless actions are destru mite at Brushy Mountain at any decide Jrence noting the key role newsi Gromvko declared it was imiust ly has per cent Dative government They reflect 1 iS inHketTin8 MK 3te the Germ nsndTS its W0rke niost unTvombly notonly on the mtoimed Monday fixed Oct 1521 f h sjx k The last steel strike in July andown state but on the whole South as Newspaper Week m Pennsyl sh w be corrected August 195G lasted 34 days and to come vania m conjunction with the na Her Patterson uonal observance and Tlie governor said that through Maurice de mi convicts took over the mine the years newspapers have guardsiantly rejected this I northwest of Knoxville ed the constiiutioiuil rights of free officials said the problem WC am I nn rino R t j j v wmutit w in u i j i j L r f m Monday as hostage walked into y should be corrected Mate this Myself 1 couldnt be no ring1 the nrisnn aHminicJoc u i n me jjiiMJii administration bm dmo leader They elected us to comethis morning aown ZTld bC a Asst Corrections Commissioner The best RUM why tnev re i j uiivAci diltl SOU mii t ij wuiiaiiiuiiunui i itiiua ui ii cc u jiiri Pat Pat erson discussed grievanccould give to any of their eigh newsme Thev i the start of the day shift to write print on every be Si ed by es the 95 convict miners igrievances was aqualified Well tion to do it f Vl Cabbing three unarmed He added A spokesman telephoned to the see about that 7 Decduse of my age men hn rdand poaed We vc talked U over and that Gov Buford Ellington had f e re not coming out ordered that there be no conces Slate authorities said Shirley sions to the rebels Bunch the hostage who was re This Patterson said leased said the had boob with clvnamiie Inside The Gazette three unarmed He added Cret talks as and sending the It is most fining to set aside ized gatherings Instead there1 the 95 rebelJio r to the convicts Tl Ml u Cliuugll to UIUW U i nere 11 be no more food no whole Possibly mine superintendent up as a mesthis period in pay tribute They threatened to dynamite or as guardians of those rights and burn the mine shaft unliberties and as sources of clear less they were granted their deand comprehensive information mands which ranged from moreabout our neighbors of the corn working conditions munity state nation and the en One official said the had enough to blow up the See 2 Col 6 Local Still INSIDE Victor Riesel invited GOP Chairman Morton to comment on how lie thinks the labor vote will be at the coming election See page t I LUCERNEM1NES Lucerncmines beat Pluinville to remain undefeated in Greater County League play See page 10 Miss Carrie Stevens 551 Oak remains in critical condi 200 um Hamilton County acted Frank telephone by the state safety coming held feet inside the mine m iccinncif tz that they had not been harmed Watch for the last page oi Wed tion todav in tne Indiana Hospi paper 280x tal j The local resident was admit City Legion Party tonight j ted to the Indiana Hospital last Bird 280xH i Friday after she apparently suf fered a stroke costume ers Watch for the last page of Wed tfx ucsdays paper 280x t Other Features AUddiun Lamp BusiiHkb Mirror 1 Cutulcn 12 Cruitnurdl 14 t tditurUl KtS UojijiiUl U VMS t WEATHER Partly cloudy and warm tonight and Wednesday with chanct of thundcrshowers tomorrow aftcnioun and change iii temperature Wednesday ;