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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper Every of the Family the hardest ttitef ttowit tiold on to job during the hot Is the work it 287 City EDITION Twentyeight Page Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday Jiily 22 1959 RANSOM Debt Payment Before Tax CutIke71 Farm Road Labor Bills Requested WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower today put labor control road con struction and farm measures at the top of legislation wants Congress to pass in titts session was asked at his news conference if he has any must list xf legislation The President replied that he has not gone to the trou ble of making out such a list Buthe said the first order of business in his earlier mesT sages to Congress was a bill to provide machinery to curb the abuses brought out the Senate LaborManage ment Committee investiga tion Eisenhower went on to say that in his judgment one necessary measure would be the one to pro vide the revenue for continuing tlie interstate highway construc tion program said a decent turn bill is terribly important at thif Jate date in the session has passed a labor control mil based in part on the disclosure made by tlie special committee headed MfiClellan The House has not yet acted on labor bill i Eisenhower has asked an in crease of 1X cents per gallon in gasoline taxes to finance contin construction in the interstate Oregon political figure and President Eisenhowers Secre NUCLEAR SHIP AFLOATThe sleek glistening nuclearpowered merchant ship NS Savannah ndes in the Delaware river yesterday at Camden N J after its chirstening by Mrs Mamie Eisenhower wife of the President The ship first merchant ship to be atomic pow ered will go mto service next AP Wirephoto ExSec Of Interior yCrewrifien Of AF Plane Dies In Crash ANDOVER N R SALEM McKay 66 longrti ANDOVER N H Air the has not yet acted Inlerio1 l953 to died He heart ailment for months On June explosion killing all its seven crewmen The plane was a KC97 propeller driven tanker on a training mis w 14 ft A WMI Vk 111 ally on any measure in this field T Fi lt0 the hosPital and1 his condition worsened sion of the 509th Air Refueling the two houses have tin eadUy kldngy compUcaUons He was in a coma Squadron Pease Air Force Base 3le toaaree on anv aeneral farm the last 24 hours Portsmouth N H As Secretary of the Interior Flre Cnief Leland Miller one of McKay helped to formulate the first on tlie scene said no Eisenhower administrations of Plane was recogniza nership development ofble exploded on impact and hydroelectric power looking to debris was scattered for a quarter i Q tYS able to agree on any general farm legislation There seemsf little prospect that the dominated Congress will act in this field On Plane In Emergency in Aid Bill Passed WASHINGTON fAPt private industry to build power WASHINGTON Ap The federa government House today passed a compromise multipurpose dams This was a foreign aid bill Thissubject of heated controversy in of a mile Bodies of the seven crewmen were flung varying distances AiBimiwDniii KIM sent il to the which withthe Pacfc Northwest ancTwas One body was wearing an open ALBUQUERQUE AP w j one of the issues in the 1956 senparachute Like the others the Aplane loaded with pass P y i atorial election which he lost to was burned beyond recogni engers made an emergency land ing here Tuesday night An American International Air j send the measure on to President Eisenhower today j The House after brief de Wayne Morse lines plane carrying Rep Alvin M Bentley R to New York for polio Mich said it seemed remarkable i I that fhA n III vaccine development developed engine trouble over Alburquerque and made an emergency landing The weather sensitive monkeys were moved inside a hangar be cause of a cool dust laden wind The plane was repaired and took off shortly after midnjght NEW YORK Raymond that the compromise has a larger total than either the Senate or the House versions This came about when Senate House conferees agreed as to several different Wng his father to death mimine n items in the bill to take the high Police said the boy was tryingTlv to Uie er of the individual figures set by to help his mother who was beine a l n tion The crewmen of a companion plane flying a mile to the rear land a state trooper on the ground said they saw the plane plummit in flames through an overcast Mrs Harold Keyser on whose the plane crashed said she of the e as it spiraled craz In Stand On Huge US Debt WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said to day there must be some pay ment on the huge national debt before any tax reduc tion can be justified The President at a news lonference identified himself as the source of news dis patches Tuesday saying among other things that he sees no real hope for any tax cut during his last 18 months in office Eisenhower in those news dis patches alsq said the chances for any summit meeting with the Rus sians had grown increasingly dim At his meeting with reporters stantially the same thing but add ed that he still does have hope tor progress at the foreign min isters talks in Geneva William McGaffin of the Chicago Daily News called Eisenhowers attention to the series of news dispatches Tuesday which ex pressed Eisenhowers views on many subjects but did not name the source When McGaffin started to asfc a question Eisenhower interrupter and said that if McGaffin wanted to know whether he had had a group of newsmen in to dinner the answer was yes he said McGafflin then called it a good idea because as he put it the procedure increased the flow of news Eisenhower thanked him but took exception when McGaffin protested that what he termed only a chosen few newsmen had See 8 Col 1 Living Cost Increases To Record High WASHINGTON AP The cost of living rose fourtenths ol one per cent in June to a record high This was the largest monthly in crease in 14 months Announcing the rise as meas ured by its consumer price index the Labor Department said today HARRISBURG AP Despite a charge that it was that all major items in the living abusing and misusing the taxpayers money the Senate of cify families advanced Tuesday approved the use of for research into the However Commissioner Ewan use of coal as a roadbuilding material Clague of the Bureau of Labor Sen Fred B Rooney DNorthampton made the statestatlstics told newsmen the un ment in arguing against Senate passage of the Housepassed bill The measure now goes to Gov Lawrence Rooney said that 40 million bari An 1 Leadership Offered To Business Men In Defense Of Freedom J Blair Easter special representative of the United States Chamber of Commerce is traveling through Pennsylvania to enlist support for the chambers member ship and political action campaigns We dont imagine that many local business men be came excited over that announcement But they should Unless business men in this and every Other American state start learning and practicing political action they may find themselves out of business in another decade Or they may discover that Jimmy Hoffa types will be telling them how to run their business If we could assign reading matter to Pennsylvania business men the monthly magazine issued by the Inter national Teamster Union would be compulsory reading We believe that business men would realize the size of the task ahead if they read what just this one union is doing The current issue tells of Teamster breakfasts for congressmen at which the Teamster line on labor legisla tion is laid down Drummed into the readers of the maga zine national scope of the Teamsters organization and political effort The Teamsters dont miss a shrewd trick Teamster officials lecture before graduate students at universities The urucHKpurchases ringside seafcs for hospitalized vet erans in Washington distributes free polio shots in Toledo Ohio paves a driveway for a church in St sponsors basketball teams in Louisiana The Teamsters are getting political results A Team ster official was named Massachusetts State Civil Service Commissioner In California Gov Pat Brown appointed the Teamsters state general counsel to the California Court of Appeals The ordinary business man hasnt awakened yet to the mortal danger he faces Ruthless militant unions in some cases led by hoodlums are working day and night to control private business and entire communities The truth is that they are winning many of the battles Business men who want to continue to operate their businesses would do well to drop a line to Mr J Blair Easter the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Indiana Theatre Building Indiana Pa He can tell them ways to help save both their businesses and free communities Senate OKs Cash In Coal Road Study one chamber or the other choked by his father CoralGraceton Fire Co party Without Secretary Mitchell Enters Steel Strike As Presidents FactFinder NEW YORK of Labor James P Mitchell has en tered the weekold steel strike He will act as factfinder for president Eisenhower who re portedly is reluctant to intervene in the process of collective bar gaining Mitchells move is without pre He said he knows of no other secretary of labor who has acted in a similar manner It is expected that the White House will use the information he provides as a basis for deciding whether to invoke the national emergency provisions of the Taft Hartley Act Under TntlHartley the federal government could issue an 80day trike injunction is necessary it was felt this would ac ash little at this time package increase claiming Both sides appear to be dug the industry can afford it for a long struggle Eisenhowerwithout raising the price of steel reportedly feels that the 80day The industry has refused claim coolmgoff period would not change ing that any increase in labor cost their positions although he has not would fonfe a price increase and ruled out rhpossibility of invokthus contribute to inflation Pre mg TaftHartley j strike steel wages averaged The United Steel workers Unionan hour strike has idled a half million The factfinding will not inter workers in basic steel and shut rupt the mediation that has been aown nearly 90 per cent of the going on here in an effort to set nations steel production the strike Federal mediators workers hfsuch allied fields meet again with both sides today ias coal railroads and trucking iso have been idled as a of the strike result Vital defense projects however have been assured of enough steel Both sides said after Mitchells announcement that they would co operate with him Union President David J Mc Donald said the United Steel vMtvt to last until September federal workers of Ametica will cooper j officials reported Tuesday x ate with Secretary of Labor Mitch Ihe union seeks a IScenthourlyiell in his exploration of ail the circumstances surrounding the present steel R Conrad Cooper chief indus try negotiator and Steel ex ecutive vice president said We have accepted the Presidents re quest to use the Federal Media tion and Conciliation Service in our collective bargaining efforts We of course will supply the Sec retary of Labor with such infor mation as may be Mitchell announced his move Tuesday in Washington His action differs in several re spects from tlie usual factfinding procedures He made these points 1 That he is acting under laws which empower the labor secre tary to investigate labor disputes Sue MitchellPage S Col S rels of cement Were produced in the state last year and 6 million tons of Pennsylvania coal were used by the industry He said 70 per cent of the cement was pro duced in the Lehigh Valley Even if the research is success ful Rooney argued the coal to make the roadbuilding material still could be purchased in West Virginia or Kentucky He charged that passage of the measure would furnish tax money to further the cause of a private industry The bill would give to the states coal research board to construct a pilot plant for re search and development of the new use for coal A measure auth orizing the highways department to conduct experimental paving with the material was approved earlier Sen James S Berger Republi can floor leader contended that the proposal was not designed in any way to be detrimental to an industry but was designed to aid an ailing j Sen William J Lane DWash jington also urged passage of the i 1 measure 1 Lane said approval of the pro posal would be a great step for i ward as far as the economy of j Western Pennsylvania is con He said he felt the bill would help solve the unemploy imenlt problem which has left hun dreds of thousands of coal miners i Jobless day is the new chancellor of Duwages to tlie cost of living quesne University The rise took the price index to per cent of the 194749 aver age This is sixtenths of one per cent higher than a year ago The increase will mean wage Heads Duquesne PITTSBURGH Bishop boosts of 1 or 2 cents an hour for Jolm J Wright of the Roman about workers whose union contracts have escalator rlansps About men in the truck Bishop Wright succeeds industry and workers bishop John F Dearden of DeIf plants will receive t j 2cent hourly increase About 230 troit ArchbMhop Dearden was QOO electrical manufacturing work chancellor of the University when he served as bishop of Pittsburgh Duquesne customarily extends an invitation to the bishop of Pitts burgh to serve as its titular head ers and some employes in other industries get boosts averag ing about 1cent an hour The BLS also reported that the See 8 Col 4 Inside The Gazette LITTLE LEAGUERS Little Leaguers lost to Freeport 5 to 4 Read the details on sports pages 18 and 19 PETER EDSON Peter Edson today says the President has his government re organization plan all set up See page 4 Features US Raps Soviets On Deal GENEVA Unit d States today accused Rus iia of trying to hold West Berlin for ransom and de clared the West will not be ome an unwitting accom plice in this U S Secretary of State hristian A Herter made this accusation in a crucial Big Tour conference session after Andrei Gromyko had once more rejected a Western ef ort to get him to cut his rice for a truce in the Ber n crisis Gromyko said the Western pro posal for continuing the big power conference during the period of a Berlin truce is not a basis for negotiation He renewed an assurance tHat the Soviet Union would not take singlehanded action against West Berlin during the truce or dur ing subsequent negotiations which he great powers might hold on the future of Germany But this fell short of what the West has demanded guarantees reunified Herters ransom charge was made in an unusually sharp speech It was based on his argu ment that Russia wants the West to agree to a system of negotiation on Germanys future which would leave it Ufree down oft West Berlin if it failed to get the kid of German settlement it wants Herte this as i strategy of duresi The Secretary supportetf by British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Mur ville has warned Gromyko that the Western powers will bring the Geneva conference to an end soon unlessthey get some evidence of possible agreement At the same time it was report ed that Gromyko sought to assure the foreign ministers of the United States Britain and France that Russia would refrain from any ac tion against West Berlin during the truce period and during nego tiations on Germany which might be held afterward Western officials said they doubted this represented any real plan for unilateral Soviet action The West has demanded Soviet guarantees for West Berlin pend concession in Soviet policy Gromi yko had previously repudiated any plan for unilateral Soviet action The West has demanded Soviet guarantees for West Berlin pend ing the reunificatioo of East and West Germany A version of Gromykos speech which came from Communist sources said During the perirfd in which an agreement with a timelimit on West Berlin is in force and also during the negoti ations which would be conducted by the participants of the present conference no unilateral meas ures would be undertaken by the Soviet Gromyko has proposed an 18 month moratorium in the Berlin crisis During this period East and West German representatives would negotiate on German unifi cation and a peace treaty The West proposed continuation of the present conference at a lower level and rejected the allGerman committee plan Some Communist informants hinted that the Soviet foreign min ister might back down slightly from his insistence that the West grant Communist East Germany equality with West Germany by creating an allGerman committee to negotiate on unification Alternatively he might try to stave off a final showdown by sug gesting some new approach to the whole problem and calling for a further study of the possibilities of a compromise Top Western officials said they See 8 Col I S H Green Stamps with every purchase and repair at Rogers Jewelry tfx ttmp i Buslueaj Mirror 2 Cviuica Editorial 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