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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the family Why do they call it creeping In flation when jrdtt cant even keep one jump Ahead oHt City EDITION Twentyf6ur Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday July 16 Two Sections Seven Cent STEEL STRIKE FELT Top Union Aides In Mill Tour PITTSBURGH officers of the Unfted Steel workers of America set off to day for a tour of mill towns to fill in rankandfile mem bers on the twoday old steel strike wHiere was no indication of an early break irf the walk out of steelworkers As union and management marked time the Walkout spawned growing unemploy ment in other areas of the nations economy President David J McDonald of USW planned to tour Bethle COUNTY n Trenton Phila delphia and other steel areas dur ing the weekend Vice President Hague was scheduled Chicago and Calumet i Jim Stewart Wins Star Approved f Today As General BULLETIN WASHINGTON July The nomination of movie star James Stewart fo be an Air Force Brigadier General was approved today by the Senate Armed Services Committee The action ended a two year old controversy Stewarts his present colonel had Howard R since 195 Ejections to promotion from rank as reserve been blocked the ob Gary Ind Secretarytreasurer 1 W Abel concentrated on the Pittsburgh area R Conrad Cooper industrys Smith While applauding his active ability of World War II as a com bat pilot she complained about the chief negotiator planned a short amount of time Stewart devoted to t before a meeting in New York h Joseph Finnegan director of the Federal Mediation and Con ciliation Service Industrys top negotiators will meet with Finnegan Monday morning with the union scheduled to meet with him in the afternoon Patches of unemployment have sprung up and will grow daily in such allied industries as rail coal truck inland water shipping iron mining and processing oughly 6r more workers Air Force Reserve activitives JIMMIE STEWART made USAF general for Stewart Chairman Richard B Russell said there was a question about the propriety of assigning him as chief of staff of the 15th Air Force Instead Stewarts assignment was changed to the public informa tion section Russell said Todays action will put Stew arts nomination before the Senate Juno Explodes After Gape Lauhch CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP A huge Juno II rocket exploded shortly after lifting off its launching pad here today m an effort to put up an earth satellite All of tlie 55 persons in the blockhouse at the launching site escaped injury The rocket rose a few feet flared out with a roar of flames and blew While approving the new rankfor confirmation or rejection Pa Tax Stalemate Continues In Capital The flash of roaring flame was followed by a sharp explosion The Air Force announced mi nutes later that no one was hurt The announcement said An experimental four stage space vehicle designed to gather scientific data as a part of the space program launched at Atlantic Missile Range at today exploded shortly after rising from the launch pad Cause of the malfunction will not be determined until all data have beencollected and longstanding legislative Y in industries been mate on taxes today after Hpuseiailufe to act onlrrrj idled Thrvsp irilixl in nllinH inHiictripc Rpn Kffcrtriori MTuf aiiW iJ5rHT Those idled in allied industries include about railroaders Sec 4 Col i Solar Flare Docket Fails In Takeoff WASHINGTON 21foot solar flnre rocket hurled aloft from Point Arguello to re cord radiation failed to attain its expected altitude of 150 miles The Naval Research Laboratory reported today that the Asp sec ond stage of the twostage Nike A combination apparently did not fire It said that after the Nike boost er rocket dropped off a mile in the air the rocket coasted on only about feet The cause of the failure of the second stage which would have sped the recording payload on to 150 miles was not determined Despite the rockets failure to the anticipated altitude the iraory said much information about cosmic rays was obtained by the rockets 50 pounds of in struments The rocket launched Tuesday was the first of 12 solar flare probes designed to gather infor the explo which some and wire mation about sions on the times blackout radio communications Rep Stephen HouseDemocratic flocn and his Republican opposite number Rep Albert son were uncertain what the next move will be tofenact a tax program for 19591961 The two principal architects of the sales tax program said angrily and disappointedly they had noth ing in mind on any new effort to round voles to pass the program in the House Theirs was a bitterfailure Wednesday night Apparently within a single balj lot of the necessary 106 pledges of support the sales tax compro mise dramatically failed to reach a floor vote after Fifteen lawmakers in Philadel philas 35 member Democratic delegation withheld their support The party leadership had presum ed they would fall into line as they always had on Democratic leader ship policy measures Sec 4 Col 4 PRR Furloughs In Strike PHILADELPHIA AP The Religion Job Quiz Barred By NY Court NEW YORK State Su preme Court justice has forbidden the ArabianAmerican Oil Co Aramco to ask the religion of job applicants in New York state The decision upset a ruling by the State Commission Against Dis crimination which had exempted Aramco from state laws prohibit ing such questions in employment Many Aramco employes are Pennsylvania Railroad will to Saudi Arabia which is stringent in Arab barriers against poranly furlough employes iJews B Thursday because of the steel ounmanGets From Teller Guard NILES Ohio gunman robbed a woman bank teller and IICLpolice escort of an estimated today The teller Miss Judy Whitney 21 and PatrolmanAnthony Mar sico had just left the Niles Bank when the appeared and forced them into Marsicos cruis er Miss Whitney was transferring the money from the Niles Bank to the McKinely Federal Savings and Loan Co where she is em strike A spokesman estimates the strike will cost the railroad about 20 per cent of its freight business Those to be furloughed the spokesman said Tuesday include maintenance of way workers maintenance of equipment j transportation including the train crews and 500 miscellaneous Even by cutting the work force the railroad will not begin to off The court decision was made Wednesday by Justice Henry Ep stein He sent the case back to the State Commission Against Dis crimination for action not incon sistent with this The American Jewish Congress had appealed to the court against the commission ruling Notice Moose Members Meet at Lodge Home 7 p m this evening to go to Hill Funeral set its losses as a result of theHome to pay respects to our late the spokesman declared Gust Michelis 282x Su perior Meter Co i one of the communitys newest industries is making its stay ney a shortlived Officials of the firm announced Tuesday that they plan to close its plant here The company will consolidate its manufacturing fa cilities at its Brooklyn plant ac cording to Walter H Sieger pres ident Although a definite date for the closing has not been set it is be lieved Superior will ceaseopera tions within the next two weeks The company was established in in February 1956 aftersresidents of the community raised approximately to help finance construction of a modern factory building Peak employment was 110 per sons in 59 persons are employed at the present time Departure of the Meter firm is the latest in a series of industrial blows to the community Two oth er plants have closed in the pasl 18 months They are WeSa Co and the Punxsutawney Beef and Provisional Co In addition to these the strike ridden Punxsutawney Company currently employs only 14 persons as compared to the 38 who were working before the five month walkout which ended in April BiqShafk Taken TOKYO AP Radio Peiping reported Thursday that fishermen in Shantung province caught a shark weighing tons Belles Wife Gives Birth To Baby Son RIO DE JANEIRO AP Fugitive financier Earl Belles wife gave birth Wednesday night to a 7pound boy in an emergency Caesarean delivery Belle said she had a difficult time and was being given blood plasma The 26yearold American finan cier has been indicted in Pitts burgh for fraud and conspiracy in the collapse of a financial empire The birth of the baby gives Belle constitutional protection irorh being But he not plan to take advantage of provision that foreign Barents of MCDONALD GREETS u s MEDIATOR David j McDonald left president of the United Steelworkers union greets U S Mediator Joseph F Finnegan right yesterday at McDonalds hotel suite as the government moved to find a way of settling the nationwide steel strike In center is Joseph Bud Flannery of McDonalds staff Finnegan met with the union representa tives after calling on the management side AP Wirephoto Pledge Of No War Given ByNikita SpSNOWIECtPbland AP i Soviet Premier NIkita CutBacks Reported In 2 Firms Several sections of Indiana ounty will be hit by unem ployment if negotiators in the current steel strike fail to come up with a settlement this week At least two companies in dicated today they will be forced to curtail operations drastically after Saturday if he United Steelworkers and he steel industry remain deadlocked in their contract talks Shenango Furnace Co of icials in Pittsburgh said they will cease operations at their coke ovens in the Coral jraceton area after Saturday f a new contract isnt nego tiated Thirtynine men a spokesman said are currently employed at the ovens He indicated that all of the workers will probably be furloughed for the duration of the strike Also affected by the strike are refractories of Hiram Swank Sons one of them being located at Clymer Refractories officials said today they will also have to curtail operations and added that many of their employes will be fur loughed Their Clymer operation presently employs about 150 men The picture however is not en tirely a bleak one Rochester Pittsburgh Coal Co officicers said the work out look s good in viety Dr Khrushchev today pledged that the Soviet Union woulc oj t i t i a child born cannot start aSamst anyone anywhere at any time Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx Success By Some ployed policeman said he was Used Burglary Trade To Finance New Start In Life As Student LOS ANGELES 24 a citing flight from one police trap sity of Florida as a premedical success by some standards another the keenminded law student majoring in wanted to start turn the breaker kept trying to figure himhe says deported Belle remained at the hospital through the night with his wife and had no comment on his plans to return to the United States He has said he would return to Pitts burgh and face the charges against him when he feels the time is right and has indicated he might leave when his wife and the baby are ready to travel Fishing Lake Promised To Indiana Area The fishing lake promised to Indiana County by the State Fish Commission came another step nearer to reality this week with a unanimous approval to the pro ject voted by the commission in Harrisburg The 210 adre lake planned for Big Yellow Creek at Coys Bridge in Cherryhill Township will reach a size of 270 acres at flood stage Preliminary surveys have been completed on the dam site and drilling of test cores is now an Approval by the State Fish Commission for the funds neces sary for the erection of the dam and the acquisition of the land was given barring any unforeseen circumstances which might price the project out of the commissions budget Local officials were assured however that the Indiana County project is first on the list of com mission activities In all a total of about 14 prop erties will have to be acquired for the dam site It is reported only two havebeen negotiated for at present Actual construction of the dam is expected in with fishing possible by 1961 page and become an entirely new belf out person So he became burglar I want to see what makes me Id been capering Commiting He told a cheering throng of delegates at a meeting oi miners unions in this Silesian industrial town I give you our solemn pledge that never never never shall we launch any war against any country anywhere at any He said he did not believe cap italist countries would start war either but claimed that was be cause the balance of forces is now overwhelmingly in favor of the Communists Khrushchev appeared dynamic and reinvigorated All signs of weariness that marked his ap pearance during the first two days of his tourof Poland had disap peared after a nights sleep He is 66 Khrushchev spoke without eith er text or notes in an impromptu address after he canceled a sched uled visit to the Nazi extermina tion camp at Oswiecim The next war will mean calam ity for all he said and added he thought capitalists realized this too Khrushchev began in conversa tional tone discussing his own days as a miner He could scarce See No 4 Col 8 Fine Union Official of Teamsters ASHEVILLE Teamsters Union was fined 000 and a Teamsters official re ceived a fine and 18 months in prison today for criminal con tempt of court They were con victed Wednesday Wilsori Warlick handed down the penalties Th official is Hugh L Rutledge sec retary treasurer and busines agent for Asheville Local 55 Notice of appeals to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals wa given Rutledge and the Teamster were convicted of violating an in junction Judge Warlick issued The jury deliberated only 16 min utes The injunction was issued Jun 4 It enjoined four unionized truck discriminate Transportation ing firms from against Overnite a nonunion firm whose em ployes the Teamsters are trying to organize A truck driver Lewis Hanna president told the We dont anticipate any maj or cutbacks in work time at the mines Our operations at Kent Lu Ernest and Margaret wijl work at least four days a week during July and Hidden in the county picture though is the inestimable number of county steelworkers who are employed at mills in Johnstown and the Pittsburgh area They have been idled and will have no unemployment benefits Employes in other industries who will be furloughed as a result of the strike will be eligible for un employment compensation Credit Dentistry Plan In W Pa PITTSBURGH on the credit plan has come to the Pittsburgh area The plan was started Wednesi testified that Rutledge told him day by the Odontological Societythe injunction was no good and of Western Pennsylvania which that the judge had no right to represents dentists in ninejissue it extend the credit V JSWIJWtMUII 0MIM Tl Uta A I1MW Q I I Jf Ut WVI IVbVI 1 Id I U to drive the cruiser tOiat his adopted Stevens Park where he and Miss says Gordon Ellis Alteberry blindfolded and He was good at it He says he Thats why he worked so hard he said Wednesday on reburglaries for at least five or six threeday tour starting today Study New Plant For Sewaqe PITTSBURGH State Sanitary Water Board will study river pollution and mine drainage in western Pennsylvania during a Whitney were forced out turning to Los Angeles Atteberry worked successfully as a professional hypnotist actor he said I averaged Beginning at Butler the tour carried off more than 200 burgj writer and photographer of nu4es tour or five jobs a night very will take the board to 13 areas v Wl 4 ft BA The gunman escaped apparentlaries which netted him studied engineering at the Uriija another car waiting at or more He kept ttoee luxurious versities of Colorado and Wiscon Police iy Stevens Park After the bandit fled Marsico ficers in almost 48 states Canada1 at electronics found worth of apartments at once He eluded ofi gin Hes described as an expert loot in his apartments last March and Miss Whitney removed their and Mexico blindfolds The patrolman found I his police radio had been 4am imlfsdiate alarjB for the When caught he was dropping ing in his life seldom ever taking a night off Wednesday board members got 1 averaged in money about a look at a Hew type sewage treat ment plant that has been tested for eight months in nearby Hamp ton Twp Called a waste stabilization the plant depends entirely sunlight to oxidize waste mat They got onto him after a hus Still there was something lackband complained Atteberry was stealing his wife meter All through ugh hU exj r bis list nickel in Ren0 planned to reduce my age by His confession is spiinkled with ter and eliminate acids This five years assume a new identityjkajrraising escapes In Kansas he makes to clump sewage in and eventually eater the Univerj See 4 Col 5 Jto rivers according to its backers counties Some terminal managers of the The program known as the j unionized trucking lines also tes dental post payment plan that Rutledge told them to mables persons to have dental ignore Judge Warlicks order en work done now and take a couple joining them from transshipping of years to pay A local bank will Overnite freight termed hot car I go by the Teamsters Inside The Gazette BOYLE Not only physicians will get a chuckle out of Hal Boyles column today on page 6 listing those sayings doctors have to put up with PONY LEAGUE Pony League allstars have been selected these players on sports pages 16 and 17 See the names of Feafures See Swanks In Contract Extension CLYMER Twentyfour tory firms in 17 states and three unions yesterday extended their labor contracts indefinitely pend ing settlement of steel industry contracts One of the refractories is lived to be Hiram Swanks Sons although officials of that company were not available for comment today One of Swanks plants is located in Clymer Announcement of the contract tension between the refractories and unions was made yesterday by Robert J Wagner industrial relations manager for Harbison Walker Refractories following meetings in Pittsburgh The refractory contracts ex pired June 30 but were extended to Tuesday midnight y Wagner said talks on new con tracts have been suspended until the steel industry and the striking United Steelworkers reach agree ment on a new pact He added however that some negotiations are continuing on a local level The unions are the United Brick and Clay Workers United Com struction Workers and the United Stone and Allied Products Union The refractory firms which make fire brick for steel mills are located in Pennsylvania Ohio New Jersey Maryland and 13 other states Kitten Born With 2 Heads Lump Builneii Mirror Comlci 2021 EdUotlll HusplUI Nates S2 Socltty 10 6 Sporti 16H IS T VBidio 14 4 World 8 WEATHER Clear and rnild tonight Friday mostly sunny qqite warm and humid with a few scattered thunder showers High in the upper 80s FORT WORTH Tex Henrys cat Seat has to a kitten with two about an apart two WQUtbJ tag four eyes side by Both heads are Henry Special regular jewelry now 3 for Rcgtg Jewelry   

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