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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County That Every o the Family Phdtos taken on vacation re mind you of you wish you still were ii Volume 286 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday July 21 1959 City EDITION Two Sections N Reduction Of Taxes Not Seen By M L ARROWSM1TH WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower sees no real hope for a tax cut during his remaining 18 months in office it was re ported today on high author ity But it also is known that the President at this time is planning to call for a tax in crease Eisenhowers views on this and other matters domestic and political can be reported Cut Summit Sevan Cantt on excellent authority STEELEisenhower does not rule out the possibility of invoking PENSIVE SUSPECT Dr Ber nard Raymond Finch stares in to space upon his return to West Corino from Las i to face is extremely reluctajit in part be 11CIU any part in the slaying refused intends to say to speak to newsmen upon his 1 arrival here Integrated ultimate good POLITJCSHe oay influence the Republi can presidential nomination unless he sees a prospect that the choice might otherwise go to a candidate he feels does not embrace what Eisenhower calls his middleofj road philosophy New Yorkj Nelson Rockefeller along1 with Vice President Richard Nix on is on the Eisenhower list of 10 possibilities he could support With respect to the steel strike Eisenhower is known to feel C1IU11 iu uie SUKlent 80day strikehalting injunction unreopen the Little Rock hish der the TaftHartley Act would schools in thrfall with token in serve little purpose because both tegration moved ahead peacef uly sides are dua in for a stnipHp HO Move Quiet LITTLE Ark AP Summit Steadily Dimmer By ML ARROWSMITH WASHINGTON AP 3 resident Eisenhower be ieves the chances for a sum nit conference have become steadily dimmer in the last 10 days He feels Russias atti tude regarding Berlin now is tougher than ever This Eisenhower pessimism based on confidential re ports from the Geneva foreign ministers known jn excellent authority It em oraces his view that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev may not even want a summit meeting It also is known on high au thority that Eisenhower still is dead set against any recognition of Red China The Communists there still are holding Americans as prisoners It can be reported too on sim ilar authority that 1 Despite his pessimism Ei senhower remains perfectly will ng to attend a summit meeting provided there is decent progress at Geneva means Sovie recognition of Western rights and responsibilities in West Berlin 2 Regardless of talk by Krem in officials Eisenhower is not GROMYKO STILL FIRM sides are dug in for a struggle He sees no need now for cooling off See 2 Col 2 Nixon Hopes Monger Title the Soviets real objective may See 2 Col 1 today No incidents were reported as registration of pupils began under the watchful eye of police By fA I ln Aluminum McDonald PactTallcs On Formula For Berlin Settlement GENEVA AP Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei rromyko stood firm today on iis formula for a Berlin German settlement in the face viqusly allwhite high schools The Negro Oscar Eckford showed up at Central High a moonjignt cruisf He had come to register his 161 NEW YORK AP a yacht and then had a candle yearold daughter Elizabeth oneiers President David J Mcight dinner overlooking the blink of the nine Negro students who Donald personally will take a hand ing Jignts of Bay integrated that srhnnl in me in ivaap tmVk Miss Turkey Date Below Expectations LONG BEACH Calif had a data with Miss Turkey in he Miss Universe contest Monday night We went on a moonlight cruise icgiu personally will take a hand WASHINGTON AP Vice that school in 1957 He in wage talks with aluminum corn resident Richard M Nixon into tne building without hoping a settlement there sell misht shorfpn thn sell himself to the Soviet people as a peace monger sincerely dedicated to building lasting friendship with the Soviet govern ment Ninxon has set this as a prime role of the flying 11day tour of the Soviet Union he is to begin Thursday The vice president accom I O Vll might shorten the steel strike Sound romantic AIRLINERS NOSE Tne nose VmlriCHn i DCGcarrying 62 passengers from NBW Yoik buckled upon landing at Logan International Airport at Boston last mght One of the passengers a boy suffered a sprained ankle leaving the plane but was released aftei treat ment at a hospital The plane Flight 634 also earnedtwo and a crew of five AP Pike Vice Chmn fE James Trimarchi College Lodge Road today was V1C romanc f e oa oay wa Well gather around me all you V1Ce chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Com SayQueen Recoveredi No Changes EDMONfbN AltH Elizabeth w has recpvded from her upset stomach and no furthe changes are expected in the roya tour of Canada a court officia announced today Esmond Butler the Queen bachelors for this sad story iiugui suuuen tne steel strike iui uus saa story mu T The first 20 white students to McDonalds attempt to win a Miss Turkey has a chaperone c fe lnfiana resident succeeds Joseph J Lawler o register at Central High School wage breakthrough in aluminum dnt speak who was selected as president of the toll roa were met by Jess thewas considered an unusual sten Aboard the Private were TIP I I lii 3 Tik T71 f Aluminum industry settlements panied by newsmen and govern muuairy settlements uSCe you he follow die pattern set by good to have some customsteel Contracts with the Big Three aluminum companies Alcoa Kaiserexpire July ers again Violence broke school when the out nine were enrolled in 1957 troops restored order The this Federal j 31 000 positive objec about 50 there but aides will take off Wednes day by jet airliner a few hours after double checking with Presi dent Eisenhower what he should say to the Soviet leaders and their people Nixon is reported hoping to demonstrate by his comments and behavior that he is a reasonable man not the aggressive war monger Moscow has pictured him I But he is also ready to make ear that regardless of how muchj merican leaders and their people want peace they will never be frightened into a Munichlike deal under Soviet threats Ulll wmcn tne f Nixon has scheduled a Sunday Marietta dentist says is coed fm morning meeting with Soviet Prea Treasury note has mier Nikita Khrushchev for what been reported found j promises to be a sweeping blunt Former Gov C William ONeill discussion of the Berlin crisis theannounced today he has a client SovietAmerican deadlock on dis1 who has the other half of ft ma mant n j i M Ulll i i of Aboard the private yacht were several candidates in the annual international beauty pageant along with a few reporters and chaperones laperones a memuer After touring the harbor forjcommssion since October tout an hour we sptflM rfruvn succeeds G commission John F Byrne was reelected secretarytreasurer Lawler former state highway secretary and a down Half of I Bill Worth countrys The weekold strike in the basic steel industry has idled a half million workers and shut down about 90 per cent of the nations steel output It has brought un employment to more than workers in allied fields coal trucking and railroads Joseph P Finnegan head of the Federal Mediation Service talked for dinner at a waterfront cafe The chaperone Imasd Kurkjian explained that Miss Turkey is learning English at a surprising down rate Offer her the illFV Si ji pension Lawrence named former Lt jcivitc lau MARIETTA Ohio AP Half See 2 Col 3 a bill which the will of a I ICKS UP See Miss 2 Col 4 Atlas Flight OK Thor Blows Up CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP A mighty Atlas logged its first successful flight in more than five I K6 months and a Thor exploded sec onds after launch in a spectacu lar missile show early today The Atlas rumbled miles Henry Mueller of Grand HVn Hi a i RUDIQS iVtlph fnr of th 1957 McSorley Pittsburgh to thetop commission post McSorley resigned July 8 a little more than a month after he was reinstated to the commission by Gov Lawrence His return to the commission followed a Superior Court ruling in May upsetting his conviction on charges of miscon duct in office and a 29month sus Gov Roy E Furman Wavnes u to fill the vacancy left by WASHINGTON AP presi dent Eisenhower today RobertTallie Davis Given Long Term AP Robert Willie Davis i a Pittsburgh Negro already serving a life term for the slaying of an expectant mother today was sentenced to to 107 years in Western Penitential on other charges The sentence was the stiffes ever imposed in Allegheny Coun ty Criminal Court on charges pthei than murder Davis a hulking sixfootei stowed no of emotion as he fftaded guilty to U separate charges involving armed robbery assault with intent to kill morals offense and an auto theft Davis was first convicted in Armstrong County Court of first degree murder and sentenced to die in the electric chair for the murder of Mrs Emily Foster of Lettchburg in January 1957 He won an uppeul for a new trial tjjfn pleaded guilly in a surprise move and was sentenced to life down the missile rangei Coiln CAP A shortly after midnight and a re playing ship plucked its nose cone utauiutiv on me outer naif of a torn F jmumgiu ana a re armament and nuclear testing bill which the late Dr Braden1 wofer playing policejcovery ship plucked its nose cone the Soviet campaign for more ENida U2 mentioned inhis will IP pped a car on the the ocean an hour later Two See 2 Col 2 The will of Dr Nida had a pro I f V day nSJlt and ours after the Atlas launch the vision staling that a t driver with ruptured in a brilliant blow D l l note would eo tn r ne wiiver heads the state policeup high in the skv wt I III i i nic pei son rackets sou ad I dllie Wl a year suPPlied the Yours HIP ct r The Air Force announced that Other half of a Kill Clle Loniiectlthe ranpp Qafohi Rapids for promotion to of Commerce Mueller has been undersecre of Commerce since Dec 3 For two years before that he do Suspend Hike In Natural Gas Rates HARRISBURG Pub lic Utility Commission today sus pended for an additional three months to Oct 27 a an nual rate boost sought by Peoples Natural Gas Pittsburgh An initial sixmonths suspension ends next Monday but the PUC said it cannot complete an investi gation of the boost before that deadline The company said the increase vould raise gas bills 48 cents a month for nonheating customers ind 75 cents for heating custom of Pittsburgh is oppos the boost Peoples furnishes service to consumers in the area and other County and Beaver Blair half of nol a bill attached car nor e circumstances of Dr Nida died July 5 a make ington and Westmoreland counties press secretary told newsmer aboard the royal train that a doc tor examined the Queen this morn ing and found her well rested after a weekend free of official engage ments He denied British press reports that Prince Philip Had urged his wife to cancel the rest of her strenuous Canadian tour and re turn home The Duke Prince Philip would not let her go on to day if he felt she Butler said Nor would the doc Butler also announced the Queen will fly back to Britain Aug 1 in stead of sailing home aboard the royal yacht He said this has nothing to do with the Queens ill ness and involves a threeday royal visit to the Shetland Islands n the north of Scotland Killed Enroufe To See III Mom CHICORA Pa AP An 8 yearold girl on her way to a lospital to visit her mother was milled Monday in an auto truck mashup on Route 68 four miles orth of this Butler County com lunity The girl Frances Ann Debran in of East Brady was riding in car driven by her father Mi hael Debrancin 40 He was re orted in fair condition at Butler ounty Memorial Hospital missile ailed o halt in ih weapon Inside The Gazette ALLSTAKS DREW PEARSON SAYS iaspeetion z Western threat to f the Geneva talks Gromyko insisted on his lemand for the creation of an ilGerman committee as the nee of a Berlin truce agree ment He made his position tear at a secret session A U S spokesman said there vas no progress in the 9dminute iscussion which followed a lunch on at Gromykos villa Officials said that as a practical matter it appears the meetings will con tinue next week US Secretary of StateChristian A Herter told Gromyko at a se cret session Monday that unless there is some progress here in the next few days the West will bring the conference to a speedy con clusion Gromyko did not at that time say the Soviet demand for an all German committee on tion was unalterable subaw quently he A gave1 a preuminlry a new Western nnw I posai lor negotia tions by the Bfg iFouFind said the Soviets would not agree pj any plan which barred direct negotiations between the two Gerl manys The Western plan called for the East and West Germans to serve as advisers to the Big Four ne gotiators with direct negotiations between the two German govern ments only when the Big Four considered them necessary f The West today looked to Gro myko for a new proposal that might break the stalemate and ave the conference from failure jromyko was assumed to be eeking instructions from Premier Nikita Khrushchev Informants said all Western See If SovietsPage 2 Col 5 Yarnal Man Boy Victim OK George Yarnal 58 injured yes Tday in a truck crash near ar that claimed thelife of his rother remains in fair condi on today in the Indiana Hospital e was termed serious when dmitted to the hospital James Yarnal 15 a nephew so injured in the crash is listed to day as Killed was Walter Yarnal 53j driver of the mine prop laden truck that went out of control when the drive shaft broke The incident occurred yesterday on Route 259 near the intersection with Route 22 sr Aladdin j Lamp Mirror Other Features is t 14I5 1713 Notfi Obituaries WEATHER M Suriely TVKadio world 5 broken rocket falling into the At lantic just off the Cape The recovery of the Atlas nose Kv PITniv cone off Ascension lslaild was a Cj See 2Col Nl J lhe launching of the first atompow ri ercd niercllant shiP Savannah VVilliorn was hailed today as a bold and C i enterprising experiment in the jUCCUmbS Qt 73 and aistinguished annals lol American science and seafar William Commerce Club and Board of Trade died tnat view in an address a few rday at his home 148 North minutes before the Sa ring St He was 73 vannah slid down the launching Mr Showers had been in ill was health for some time This Mueller said was born of the inspiration of our dis S H Green Stamps withi tinguished president Dwight D Launch First AMerchant Ship It is the countrys first nonmili ered aircraft nuclear fission The atomic tary atomic vessel After L reactor indirectly will heat the I Atet the Mrs Eisenjwater and create the allotted by tmdtion to sh y w 6flip the Savanna c chrisen thee 01 the launching today Mrs Dwight D Eisenhower completes a con struction ceremony started on building said the launching tthan life for one new i It means the birth of an entire u sumnun ceremony started on new era for merchant shipping a g time raofe May 22 J958 when MrsRichard he continued and new hopes the Vear smce those wwdsjM Nixon wife of the world over for the furtherance H SP C Uttle dent nuclear power for peaceful pur wteelr aiso keel ptovciui pui slld imo A i because President anomer speaker Sen Clifford That ship was the first ship wither wanted a now an Cam nGWPr Hnilf fllr UU oiaiups presiuent uwiglit D every purchase and repair at Eisenhower and became a real gers Jjnvelry tfx ity through his leadership and was imiv the 4 thusiasm translated into rf nHP f crosslaS5 carried an 83hour ful use of He liuS0Tr Cl Party the CojlSres5 of fi He no S S WOOd t0 a ba8ic ate 56 for 200 Early Bird Jed Slates Kinds He noted that steam and relied heaviiv onwhich and P ra0 o KTiT j i 1W iijai was uie ursi snip witn er wanted a tfup now an i u u a steam blliit for AtlanticampWof his campaign tor nan was only the beginning of crossings It carried an 83hour ful use of atomic enisray He coal and wood to We wtSypTbSS Uvhere esevvde steam and relied heavily onwhich other bettor nwrchftttt luneie in the building yards work Us sails for an initial ocean cross 1 trf 4   

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