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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Running out of money makes It mighty easy for a person to tuddenly become economical sfVolurfie 283 Ah Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family City EDITION Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday July 17 1959 Two Sections Seven FIDEL QUITS POST SEEKS SUPPORT END OF II space rocket is blown up seconds after launching at Cape Canaveral Fla With it went U S hopes to place its first new generation artificial moon into orbit Top loft the rocket leaves the launching pad Top right fire spewing from its sides the rocket dives toward the ground to end up in a huge ball of fire bottom Pen ha Road Projects Face Cut In US Cash HARRISBURG was alerted today federal aid for a trickle insthe fall Highways Secretary Martin immediately order ed his advisers to analyze a warning from B D Tallamy federal highways administrator in relationship to the Com monwealths huge roadbuilding program Some in federal road aid for this state in WASHINGTON SenfludinS 106 millions for interstate highways is threatened j that federal aidfor highway construction may be choked to for Health Insurance passed a bill Thursday to es tablish a voluntary health insur by a lack of funds in the U S Bureau of Roads Tallamy wrote Martin and oth ance program for federal employer state road administrators that es including members of Congress congressional inaction on Presi and their dependents Eisenhowers proposal for an The bill passed and sent to the of cents a gallon in ljuse by a vote of 814 is more the federal gasoline tax was in What Tallamy is saying in ef fect is to be Martin told the Associated Press He may not be able to pay us back for Long Incident In Mexico Juarez Scene Of Argument EL PASO Tex AP Gov Earl K Long of Louis iana spent the night in Jaurez Mexico after creating a riot ous incident with interna tional overtones The colorful governor duck ed newsmen after a shouting argument in a Jaurez night club arid ostensibly headed back to his El Paso hotel Some time later however he and other members of his party returned to the Mexi can border city Long went to a Juarez estab lishment widely known for ts en tertainment where he surrounded himself with a Mexican musical unit and at one time upward of a dozen female entertainers Long returned to his hotel with his cousin and aide Dave Bell at Earlier Lorlg had disturbed a See 2 Col 3 ON COURTS MERCY Boston industrialist Bernard Goldfine and his secretary Mildred Paperman are shown in a Wash ington hotel elevator The textile tycoon shortly before with drew his plea of innocent to a contempt of congress charge stemming from his refusal to answer questions before a con gressional committee last year He pleaded no contest Driver Happy With Wife Number Six Arson Suspected At gBriaas Home which police wasset de Big Four Meeting In Secret GENEVA AP The Big Four foreign ministers open ed a round of secret tea party negotiation today on terms of a truce in the Berlin crisis The West is seeking an ironclad pledge of Soviet re spect for the Western position in Berlin U S Secretary of State Christian A Herter Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd of Britain and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko met with French Foreign Minister Couve de Muryille for lunch at the latters villa Officially it was a social gath ering In fact it was the opening of a new round of secret diplo macy Gromyko insisted Monday on bringing the East Germans into secret sessions such as the four ministers held in May and June The West would not agree to en hance the prestige of the East German Communist regime by do ing so Absence Seen As Brief One HAVANA AP Fidel Castro is resigning as prime minister in an apparent effort to rally support to his cause Speculation in Havana is that Castros absence from of fice will be brief that the people will be rallied to de mand that he return to the prime ministry Castros decision to resign was announced today in Re volucion newspaper of his 26th of July Movement and confirmed by Raul Castro his arother and heirapparent Associates said Castro had been upset by recent developments in cluding the resignation and flight of his air force commander Maj Pedro Luiz Diaz Lanz Later Diaz told senators that Castro and others high in his government are Communists a charge the Cas tro forces vigorously deny Castro also has been disturbed about evidence of opposition to him within Cuba But close asso ciates say these activities been annoying rather than AfUir three whether the days to find out Western powers destroyed the interior oFthe home of Teamsters Union business agent Charles OBrian Thursday night in CLINTON Tenn AP The suburban Bloomfield Damage was estimated at honeymoon is over for a happy j The family was not at home OBrien was reported out ho A TT 1 Georgia truck driver who says he of the state with his wife and two children He is business has six wives but no worries for Teamsters Local 299 which is the Detroit home 3 4 his pregnant bride No 6 knew nothing of Nos 2 or 5 Verta Green 42 of Carters ville and Anna Grace Green 20 of Harriman were jailed Thursday on charges of forgery They are accused of us ing another mans gasoline credit card to finance their threemonth honeymoon through 18 states and Mexico As far as his six wives are con cerned Green was unconcerned VH let the court whoiocai Of Teamsters President James R Hoffa vided for joining in social occa sions such as luncheons arid tea parties from which the Germans would be excluded In advarice of the luncheon Her ter Couve de Murville and Lloyd Green laughed No use worrying is in sight Steel Loss Soars Near Million PITTSBURGH pro duction loss mounted toward 100 million dollars today in the third day of the nationwide steel strike No end to the crippling shutdown Police said the living room of lleld a strategy session for 65 min the eightroom house and two secondfloor bedrooms had been soaked with fuel oil Sgt Oramel OFarrell head of the arson squad at the Redford State Police post said we dont know why the fire was set but we know it was no OBriens mother Sylvia Paris of Detroit blamed her sons union activities She told police He got many threats He laughed them utes They agreed to press Gro myko for specific and detailed dis cussion of his own and Western See Big 2 Col 3 0ff but they scared Mrs Paris had left the house But he does say the impending i have been lost by half an the fire WaS about Many birth makes him more married to Anna Grace the only wife I ever than to the first five four of whom he married when he was drunk and whose names he has forgotten He was never divorced he said Anna Grace said she United Steelworkers quietly man ning picket lines at darkened mills Losses on both sides will grow reported Mrs Paris said OBrien Is in Wyoming on business His wife and two children Charles 5 and steadily The negotiations front is1 JosePhne 2 were visiting Mrs 0 Bnens mother in Kansas City static Army Picks Up Pieces Of Juno II CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP Army today began picking up the pieces of its shattered Juno II satellite rocket Hundreds of charred fragments were scattered overan area the size of two football fields They will be photographed just as they Theres little optimism on the knew part of strikers the steel industry nothing about Greens having been1 or the government that the con Mo landed when the 76foot Mrs Paris said her son received exploded Thursday threatening telephone calls every See Pa 2 Col 8 Before House WaysMeans Dr Bee Testifies Against Social Security Medical Benefit Changes costly than the administration responsible ommended but no were offered to cut it Half of the insurance premiums would be paid by participating em ployes and half by the govern ment The administration had urged that the government pay onethird and the employes two thirds On the assumption that W the two million eligible federal employes would participate the State Civil Service Committee es timated the governments contril bution would be a year I In addition the Civil Service Commission estimated that after terday m WasllinBton as a repre which I will leave with the Corn five years 25 million dollars would Society of mittee have to be appropriated annually the State of Pennsylvania in op to defray the cost of benefits to to which would employes amend the Social Security Act to program would become efinclude aild hospitalizationj fective July 1 of next year insurances for beneficiaries oven Under the legislation the civil service commissiou would Beechairman of the Board ate contracts for different types oi Trustees ot the Medical Society of benefit plans from which Pennsylvania and also a mem federally aided roads for some served time for car theft until married before or that he had tract stalemate can be resolved ight recent attemPts they were jailed here quickly Neither the industry northei Teamsters to organize city the union has given any sign of retreating from its stand Federal mediation efforts in the dispute will be renewed in New York Monday David J McDonald president of j the Steelworkers told pickets at1 employes in suburban Dearborn People who said they were from Dearborn called and said they would beat him up or him if he didnt lay mother said He called them cranks kill the have seri ous Castro took over as prime min ister Feb 17 Recently he has been devqting almost all his working time to the agrarian reform program He said it would determine the fate of our Opposition to Castros plan to break up large land holdings to provide small farms for the land See 2 Col 4 Blues Singer BHIie Holiday Dies At 44 NEW YORK Holi day died today in a city hospital wasted shadow of the once great blues singer who packed night clubs from coast to coast Bouts with narcotics and liquor had cracked her fine and mellow style and she had been in eclipse in recent years The Negro entertainer called Lady at a m in Metropolitan Hospital Her hus band Louis McKay was at her bedside The immediate cause of Then theyll be carted away for study The range safety officer des troyed the missile five seconds after it was launched when its guidance system went haywire and it tilted toward the mainland instead of over the ocean The rocket flew crazily for was given as congestion of the lungs complicated by heart failure Miss Holiday 44 was taken to the hospital unconscious May 31 after she collapsed in her apart ment When death came she was rocket under with pos session of a pack of heroin in her bed She had been under treatment for liver and heart disease and other ailments Miss Holiday who had a sordid childhood in her native Baltimore hit the entertainment heights in the 1930s She made her first re ajcordings in 1933 and few seconds before crashing to a I in the 1950s she started to slip frt it the Bethlehem Steel Corp plant j laughed at the calls but they worfiery doom 50 yards from the riPH me unfa lannMt norl All cforrac Klnur Dr cian Daniel spoke Bee local before the physii Delegates I would like to in the The Medical Society of the in Bethelehem We meet with the government on Monday but I dont know whether it will do any good Up to this point we have been meeting nothingg but messenger The strike at Tuesday midnight shut off nearly 90 per cent of the House several minutes alotad to me supState of Pennsylvania feels that countrys steelmaking capacity and Means Committee yesplement the written statement 4700 which we are now aboul tons of apart The launch area received ried me and his wife Mrs Paris said the house was bought by her husband John D Paris who was secretarytreasur er of Laundry Workers Union Local 129 when he died Feb 1 1957 Dstectives said a search would i inverter caused the 50 launch pad All four stages blew only minor damage Dr Kurt Debus chief of missile firing laboratory of badly arrests on narcotics charges in several states a cure in a federal hospital that didnt work bouts with the bottle the and only small jobs despite the efforts of her managerhus Army Ballistic Missile band reported a faulty 18inch power Lady Days last major jazz con missilescert appearance was Sept 13 par ticipating employes could choose ber of the American Medical As soication House of Delegates Watermelons at Handy Andys i voiced stronS opposition to the 59c each 18 to 23 bs 25 Ibs and measure that would amend the So over C9c Everyone guaranteed cal Security Act to provide insur 283xS ance for the cost of hospital nurs ing home and surgical services for Due to the death of Gust Michelis persons eligible for oldage and the Capitol Restaurant Indiana survivors benefits will be closed all day Saturday ln a prepared fiveminute talk July 8th Open Sunday morning Dr Bee stated tne following at D uu a m Wx 1 Mr Chairman and Members of Specmi regular costume Committee 1 am Doctor Dan 3 for H Bee of Indiana Pennsyl tfx vania am Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Medical Society J S Saddle Club Horse Show of the State of Pennsylvania and July 19 284 a member of the A House of jewelry now DR DANIEL H BEE before House group cussing is an unwise piece of legj ingot steel daily islation and should not recievej weekly production loss to the favorable consideration by your is estjmated at 300 mil committee lion d0nars oss to strikers We feel that the solution to the in wages is at 70 mil problem of medical care for theilion dollars a week aging is riot simply a matter of having the Federal Government pay medical and hospital expenses The problems of the aged and ag ing fall into at least five major groupings 1 Economic 2 health 3 housing 4 relation ship with the community and 5 be made for fingerprints and thejdownfall i 1958 at Town Hall Her last public interiors of the drums would The pound satellite flew an off Broadway chemically examined free and landed 300 feet from shortly before she This thing is a complete mysj burning rocket taken to the hospital OFarrell said All we Debus indicated ABMA in better days Miss Holiday had know is that somebody set theory to launch another satellite ofappeared with Benny Goodman this type within a few months Mrs Earl Belle Out of Danger RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil AP i Mrs Earl Belle wife of the meaningful group of former financier who is wanted people is concerned with enough0 fraud charges in Pittsburgh is money to live on the struggle out of at Strang stay well in later years a suitable erf Hospital here place to live and somthing to do officials said her con in the way of meaningful activity dltion improved Thursday She during these later years had Sve birth to a son Wednes Before any precipitous action is day niSht in an emergency cae Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson points out today the number of American Tel and Tel officials who have served in the Ike administration See page 6 LITTLE LEAGUE Little League AllStars are ready for the playoffs See details on sports pages 14 and 15 Other Features taken such as 4700 provides we believe that studies going on sarean delivery The boy Clint Randolph was reported doing well nationally and in Pennsylvania should be completed and evaluatj Watermelons at Handy Andys ed to ascertain where emphasis 59c each 18 to 93 ibs 25 Ibs and should be placed 69c Everyone guaranteed See I 2 Col 5 283xS Aladdint Lamp Business Mirror Cliurcb News 1819 Cumlci C rOMUurds Editorial Hospital Mules 1911 IK IS Obltusriei Society Sports TVtUdio 1 I HIS It WEATHER and Louis Armstrong Among her big song hits were Them There Strange Fruit and 1 Cover the Miss Holiday was born Eieanora Fagan in Baltimore April 1915 She started smoking marijuana at the age of 14 By the time she was was i on her oin It was on and off the stuff after that She got her name Biliie through her idolization of Biliie Dove the oldtime movie star She adopted her first name and picked up the Holiday from a branch of her own lamily Watermelons at Handy 59c each 18 to 23 Ibs 25 Ibf and over 69c Everyone guaranteed Partly cloudy with scattered tliimdershowurs likely late Satur day Warmer tomorrow Clear and warm tonight Square and Polka Dance Delhi Inn Sat July 18 9 to 12 AdfflUH 50c 2334   

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