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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Watch your step when you cross the street or youre likely to get that rundown feeling Volume City County EDITION Fourteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania July 18 1959 Telephone HO Seven Centi Revealed In Talks To Poles f By J M HIGHTOWER GENEVA U S spokesman charged today that Premier Khrush chevs latesS speeches show the Soviet Union wants to perpetuate the division of Germany Assistant Secretary of State Andrew H Berding declared in statements made by the Soviet premier on his current visit to Poland we find a strange contradiction to any idea of reunification of East and West It looks like he wants the perpetuation of the present di vision of Get Berding said He spoke with newsmen soon after foreign ministers of the States Britain France and Germany had met for 90 min utes on strategy in the Big Four conference i Western informants said the four remain pessimistic about chances of working out a stopgap Berlin settlement with Moscow Berding said the United States does not yet have the text of Khrushchevs speech Friday at Szczecin but had received ex IPtracts The frontier which we will de fend is now between East Ger many and West the Khrushchev extracts said This is the frontier which divides the world of socialism and the world of capitalism and we will defend this frontier with all our strength Berding said the American dele gation here feels this contradicts Soviet insistence that it is seeking of Germany See 2 Col 5 Seeks Divided Germany CASTRO MANEUVERS SUCCEED Say Batista Seeks Visa For USA WASHINGTON AP Fulgen Jfcio Batista the exdictator of Cuba has applied for a visa to enter the United Slates American officials are said not to be too enthusiastic about the Idea Batista tried Friday to hire a private pilot to fly him from the Dominican Republic to Florida he was stopped by Dominican authorities because he did not have a visa Batista has been in exile in the ominican Republic since his NEW ROLE FOR Jimmy Stewart now on The Mountain Road location near Nogales gets the star of a Brigadier General in the U S Air Force Reserve His promotion was announced in Washington Thursday Pinning on the star is Brig Gen Frank Dorn who is technical advisor for the movie Stewart said I am very proud of the star My responsibility is clear 1 am going to do my best to be useful as a AP Wirephoto Labor Bill Rewritten In Senate By GEOFFREY GOULD WASHINGTON AP The Senates labor bill con troversial to start with now has been almost completely rewritten in many important provisions by the House Labor Committee There is sure to be a free wheeling donnybrook to re write it when it reaches the House floor probbaly next week Republicans said the House bill is much weaker in its labor con trol codes than the Senateap proved version The committee Friday finished five weeks of work ing over the Senate bill More than 100 amendments took much of the severity out of the bill of rights for union members that was grafted onto the original Senate bill sponsored by Sens John F Kennedy DMass and Sam Ervin The bill of rights was the contribution of Sen John L McClellan Chairman of the Senate committee which has been investigating la bor abuses The House bill also rewrites pro visions for union election safe guards revision of the TaftHart ley Act and other key sections As its final act the House com mittee eliminated the Senate pro posal for a voluntary code of ethics to be adopted by unions and management Democrats were generally non committal about the revised bill Rep Roy W Wier DMinn said it has something in it for every See 2 Col 3 State Plans To Aid Families In Strike HARRISBURG AP Pennsylvania today mustered Cuban regime was overthrown by its full resources to help state families overcome any hard Fidel Castro six months ago jships resulting from the steel strike The State Department said Ba tista had applied for a visa about e week ago j by Immigration and Naturalization1 Disclosed he would ask the Leg a department spokesman islature Monday for an additional said The application of former stopgap appropriation of funds to Batista will be considimeet the anticipated heavy load ered in the light of pertinent pro1 of public assistance cases visions of this Asked U S Agriculture Secre Batista owns a home at Daytary Ezra Taft Benson to boost tona Beach Fla His wife reportsurplus food supplies for sections In quick order Friday Gov Lawrence Named a committee headed by William L Blatt Jr labor and industry secretaiy to supervise state pre distress can be alleviated as soon edjy is living there See 2 Col 4 Just In Dead Letter Office Rescues Gl Romance DALLAS Tex dead about addressing itV letter office of the Dallas post of Edmiston addressed another en 68 Trampled To Death In Pusan Arena PUSAN South Korea stampede set off by Golf Pro Slain By Girl Friend CANTON didnt want me around anymore a wait ress told police who said Friday night she had confessed the slay ing of a handsome golf pro and college coach State Police said Theresa De francesco 23 of Rochester had signed a statement that she shot Richard Smith 27 early Friday morning as they drove across the St Lawrence University campus He was golf coach for the north VIEW ISTC ATHLETIC FIELD and Chamber of Commerce representa tives study the development of the new ISTC athletic field at Eleventh and Glass streets Left to right are Robert S Carson chamber president Dr Willis E Pratt college president R Hastie Ray William Ingersoll Lewis M Jack and Joseph Mazza They viewed athletic field progress and the six all weather tennis courts Dr Pratt indicated that the development of the new athletic field is necessitated because the present field has already been used the location of two new dormitories Three other buildings are planned for the present field too Bender photo Strike Begins To Put Dent In Defense Work Gets Rid Of Prexy Urrutia By ROBERT BERRELLEZ HAVANA AP Fidei Castro today forced out Pres ident Manuel Urrutia and touched off a mounting clamor to withdraw his own resignation as prime minister The 32yearold Castro be gan his campaign to get rid of the man he personally chose as chief of state Friday by an nouncing his own resignation Osvaldo Dorticos who was elected Cubas new President made a public appeal to Castro to stay govern ment The cabinet pledged support to him and refused to accept his re signation Castro emerged triumphant in i dramatic show of strength that proved him Cubas undisputed strongman and whether he re mains as prime minister was clearly his own choice After a four hour television speech accusing Urrutia of under mining the revolutionary regime Castro was asked by American correspondents whether he would withdraw his resignation See 2 Col 1 By DAVID A LEHER PITTSBURGH AP The fourdayold steel strike currently pinching the nations economy is beginning to put a dent in national defense work The srtike has already snarled plans for the completion of three Atlas missile launching sites near Cheyenne according to construction officials The first site scheduled for completion on Sept 20 will be finished in timeBut high pressure tanks for the other past commander of the Homer I sites are not expected to be delivered in time for the Novem City American Legion Post completion date because of the strike as possible Ken Davis Given Top Legion Post HOMER CITY Kenneth Davis ern New York university and pro at a nearby country club She is wimam a waitress with a record of shop lifting It was not clear how they met terday was elected western vice commander of the State American Legion It is one of the State Legions four top offices Election of Mr Davis as well as two other regional vice comman ders highlighted yesterdays ses sion in the 41st annuarconvention in Pittsburgh Other regional officers include J Lerqy Cumbler Newport cen tral vice commander and Monroe Bethman Doylestown eastern vice commander Election of a new commander and the annual parade were sched uled today for commander are Malone of Scranton Frank Ertl of Harrisburg Earl See Ken Page 2 Col 2 but a sudden deluge broke up an outdoor music ShTeturnPri north i Wvin oeSh J811 o tim M S but refused to believe they became iTj mi A in Miami last V10 DanUIT In i estimate how much As for the economic situation the nations steel production loss es continue to mount Production losses are estimated at 300 million dollars a week Wage losses are running close to 70 million dollars a week The strike which began at Tuesday midnight has idjed some members of the United Steelworkers and some workers in allied industries such as railroads coal mines and transportation Negotiations are stalemated Federal mediation commissioners have slated separate talks with both sides for Monday in New York President Eisenhower and James P Mitchell labor conferred on secretary of the situation in Washington Friday Details of the conference were not released Sen Vance charged that In Indianapolis Hartke DInd WALTHAM Mass AP timid bandit got as far as President Eisenhower should have tellers cage of the West End branch of the Newton Waltham Authorities said 56 of the dead Early Friday morning she went were by unofficial identification to the golf course clubhouse under 20 An earlier announcewhere Smith lived She waited for ment said 51 of the dead were j him to return from a date He under 10 In addition 98 persons appeared at 2 were injured 21 of them seriousj They talked for some time andthe counter Printed on the back ly l lie jam came at the narrow j also argued but he agreed to drive was Hand over the money and MI i i i i A tried harder the j strike to avert the steel He people could have called these Hartke told Bank Friday all set to clean out newsmen Friday at the Young the cash but he lost his nerve A customer found a check on Democrats state convention He should have shown some leader See 2 Col 6 of Pusan Municipal Stadijher back to her hotel The funny VI t ft m an t 11 T1 l fice rescued a romance Friday And without a moment to spare velope and sent it to Elfriede Priissing of Hamburg HO coin im oiamed ates urn as ward shelter The sudden was It started last Friday when the He said he received the girls on the office received a stamped letter name from a penpal list in 1948 wllich nit Korea after With no address containing a while he was a student in Austin at lcast 67 lives in its pas check for and a letter High School sage across the Philippines For only After four years of and Japan Studying the letter for a clue ing the couple met when the as to the genders identity postal Army sent Edmiston to Germany employes found it was from an in 1952 And Edmiston said American man writing to a Gerj things just worked man girl to confirm wedding Miss Prussing made plans to plans come to the United States in An BEDFORD Pa AP The An appeal went out through gust Edmiston was to meet her detective division of the state po for tn in Mon VnrL i i persons surged to1 ment continued during the drive The same bank was robbed of See 2 Col 6 j by three bandits in 1951 downpour Unit For State Pol ice Ken to identify in New York lice will be reactivated and staffed himself El paid down on her tickwith men of experience in crim Kennelh Edmiston 27 came et and the people said the work says commissioner lorward Friday to claim the check must be paid by the 20th MonFrank G McCartney and explain the blank envelope Edmiston said Because McCartney made the statement I had a small envelope adof goofy me its going to be pretThursday while inspecting the dressed right But when I got the Everett substation of the state check and saw it couldnt be foldj The letter mailed Friday was police Turnpike detail He did not ed 1 got a long legalsize ensent air mail special delivery specify a reactivation date elope slapped the stamps on it Postal officials said it should obviously never thought i reach Hamburg by Monday Dance toniu Sat Inside The Gazette AIJXSTARS The Pony League AllStars lost to East Allegheny Read the details on sports pages 8 and 9 THE LIGHTER JeYry Bennetts back with his weekly look at Hie lighter side of the news See editorial page 6 Other Features Former Countian Killed On RR Man Burned In Blairsville BLAIRSVILLE A Maple Ave nue man was burned yesterday when a can of paint exploded in his garage repair shop here In good condition in Latrobe Hospital is William Thomas 27 537 Maple Ave He is being treat ed for burns of the hands and left leg Firemen were called to the scene at and dampened the blaze before any damage was in curred Chief Paul Snyder said Thomas was going to paint a truck and was heating the container of paint when it apparently exploded spraying the hot paint onto 1 mechanic Special regular Foreign Aid Compromise Under Attack WASHINGTON AP A com promise foreign aid authorization bill drew a verbal brickbat today from the man who will have a lot to say about much money is provided to make it work Only short of the requeued by Presi dent Eisenhower the bill was ham mered out Friday by Senate House conferees and will be con sidered by the House next Wednes day The measure merely provides authority for continuation of the program to help friendly nations stem the tide of communism through economic and military buildup A separate bill putting up cash must be acted on later Rep Otto E Passman chairman of a House appropria tions subcommittee which will draft the financing measure took a dim view of the authorization bill He called it entirely too high and unrealistic and said that as usual it is in keeping with the wishful thinking of the Passman wouldnt say how much he believed the appropriations costume be cut but House leaders jewelry now 3 for Rogers Jewelry tfx have tossed around the figure of See 2 Col S Sometime In Stewart Field Dedication Set ROCHESTER former Rochester Mills man was killed on the and Y Railroad near A delation programmeats Carey yesterday has been scheduled lor Jimmy The program is tentatively Railroad officials said Jolly V Stewart Airfield in September itscheduled in September Lamp Cutukt Crosm ordj in IMS 1011 Editorial Hospital Notei Obituaries Society Sports TV Kadlo Town Teeu Tulk WEATHER Walker 564 Morgan Akron was fatally injured in an acci Ident but did not release any de 1 taijs pending a complete investiga tion I Walker was born in Mahaffey i March 19 1933 a son of Clarence IM and Grace Flory Walker He resided in the Rochester Mills area until 1956 He was employed by the rail Iroad for the past ihree years i A complete obituary appears in todays Gazette was announced today i Tentative plans include several Two local organizations are j attractions for the twoday event pushing plans for the event and j Displays by various aircraft munu are making every effort possible representatives an to have Jimmy Stewart the famed tion and demonstration flights are movie star from Indiana attend scheduled services i A flying breakfast will also presently on T h e be held It will be held for thosa pilots who fly in from radius of 300 miles Mountain Road location near No gales arid reportedly will Rather cloudy quite warm and humid tonight and Sunday with Ihundershowers likely in afternoon and early tonight High each day 87 to 91 Low tonight 67 to Tl I head for Spain sometime completion of the film The Indiana Junior Chamber of Commerce and Indiana Flying i J S Saddle Club Horse oint sponsors of the airfield I Monday Julv 19 284 dedication are hoping the film i I will be able to attend the Dance tomte Sat tlx program between the two engage after Sponsors also hope to hive mill liary flyovers and possibly a stunt team from the Air Force or Navy as attractions Heading torney Alan Holsingtr of tiii cccs and Frank Nawiais of tht Flying Club j
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