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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper Serves Every Member of the Family When fellows outgo exceeds his income his upkeep is leading to his downfall iVolume 290 City County EDITION Twelve Pagps Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday July 25 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Seven Cents Not Accept Dead Commie Threat Rejected By REINHOLD ENSZ BERLIN AP of State Christian A Herter declared today the West never will accept a Soviet deadline for a solution of the1 Berlin question Herter flew from Geneva for a sixhour visit which i support for Com munist threatened West Berlin i Speaking at a ceremony at Hert t West Berlin City Hall where he signed the visitors book Herter i QUIET TALK Vice President Nixon and Soviet Premier said Much has been said at indulge in a calm conversation in Moscow Their words later developed into an intense debate NEA Telephoto Geneva about the question of Western rights in Berlin These rights are clear and cannot be terminated by unilateral action of other power We have not accepted and will not accept any deadline or He also assured West Berliners Western negotiators in Geneva never will sign away any of the citys fundamental rights said Herter is a precious thing It includes the Nixon Gets Warm Exhibit Reception BELLE PLANS RETURN Debra Smashes i Into Texas GALVESTON Tex AP Hurricane Debra smashed against Texas coast cities to day with winds up to 100 miles an hour Torrential rains and 6 foot tides flooded low areas and sent thousands of persons scurrying to higher ground The small but vicious hurricane which developed suddenly in the Gulf of Mexico Friday morning hurled several small fishing ves aSainst Jetties as many Russians as he could reach Everyone was friendly til he reached the exhibition hall I of the Uzbek Republic j One of the spectators cried out that charges the Soviet Unionhad f enslaved other nations were aj Western provocation j LIVINGSTON La Uzbeks are not suppressed butEarl K Long who is running for terrifically the man J i reelection says that publication PITTSBURGH AP Two no tfixon listened attentively and of a report that he had gone crazy the man Km in favor of has damaged him personally and Pittsburgh Police Still In Danger TTSBURGH AP officers wounded Long Sues e Inc ForDamages By JOHN SCALI MOSCOW AP Vice President Richard M Nixonsels right of free speech visited Soviet agricultural and industrial exhibition towaves lashed t to the functioning of democracy day and got a warm reception except for a lone heckler That right as well as all other Nixon appeared at the show groundsset up as a rival Shelt6r rights and liberties attraction of the U S meeting with first M overa wide must and will be preserved I asDep Premiers Anastas Mikoyan and Frol Kozlov sure Berliners that the United About Soviet visitors were at the agricultural States will not forget its responsishow when they saw Nixon and his party They began ap a 0rPlauding vigorously It was the same sort of receptoin Nixon Many Berlin officials Jreceived after his speech openingJheU S exhibition Friday private have been expressing fear At tne agricultural hail Nixon that the West in some agreement began shaking hands with as See 3 Col 4 Texas coast Damage was minor but wide spread Orange at the eastern edge of the hurricanes path had record ed inches of rain this morn ing and heavy downpours contin ued at most points in the paths storm The Weather Bureau said local rains of 15 inches could beexpected The highest winds of 100 were recorded when Dtebra See 3 Col 5 hospitals In a able to Nixon had luncheon with mir Matskevich minister of ag el sult Time Fri jriculture and they exchanged day Long listed these onemillion dollar damage claims Hospital Both officers underwent surgery Jeannette Man Facing Grand Jury DEB FOUND IN Gay Hart 20yearold Short Hills N socialite holds hands with Chicago policeman Jake Blakeslee He found her wandering in the citys downtown area The girl claimed she had been kidnaped from the Newark N Airport but later ad mitted her story was a hoax NEA Telephoto Gay Hart Admits Tale Sept 1st Date Of Arrival RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Belle said today he expects to return to Pitts burgh about Sept 1 to clear up charges of business fraud and conspiracy He has said several times he has had enough of exile and both he and his wife want to come home This was the first time he had gotten spe cific about a date The date was fixed for a time when doctors say his wife will be able to travel She gave birth to her first child a boy Clint on July 15 and only today the doctors i decided she could leave Strangers Hospital Whether they stay or not is pretty much up to the Belles There is no extradition treaty un der which the United States could compel Belle to return from Bra zil The United States Consulate tried to cancel his passport but he appealed and no decision has been reached on the issue Finally under the Brazilian con stitution he cannot be expelled as an undesirable alien now that he is the father of a baby born hi The baby ias 5i 1 But Matskevich immediately Damage to his business and protne fatal shooting of his former launched into the subject of fatherinlaw observance of Captive Nations eJLsonal and Pohtlcal Ser wki B ra aThe loot was recovered the ame on a hillside other Edward Kern 50 was not hurt An alleged third man ideni See 3 Col cial confidence Injury to his private public and official character Mental pain anguish and suffer ing Humiliation and damage to rep utation Unwarranted invasion of priv acy In New York a spokesman for Time said there would be By WILLIAMS CONWAY CHICAGO AP Blonde and beautiful Gay Hart rested in the seclusion of a Chicago hotel suite today after admitting that her tale of being abducted was false Miss Hart 21 and her father Ralph Hart executive JEANNETTE Pa AP Patvice president of the ColgatePalmolive and her fiance rick Geiger 27 faces grand jury Stanley Gaines 25 remained in the governors suite in Hotel Sherman Gaines responded when news men rang the bell He was asked about the health of the Harts and he replied Everyone is action on a charge of murder in Geiger waived a preliminary tified as Robert Boyd 22 is still DOT t being hunted Police however l are beginning to doubt that this FotQllV man actually was involved i y Both bandits have been charged BRADDOCK Pa Memiles east of Baton Rouge by the FBI with assault bank Keesport boy was fatally injured state capital Time pub yobbery jeopardizing the lives of and his sister critically hurt Frilishes Time Life and Fortune bank employes and using night when they were hit by magazines Geiger an ex convict from Shawton near Irwin is accused of killing Joseph Peters 56 of Jeannette at Peters home early Wednesday He was arrested by the Ohio Highway Patrol near Marion Ohio after an auto accident He waived extradition proceedings and was returned to Jeannette Police quoted Geiger as saying he didnt remember no comment on the suit filed v shooting this small parish seat about 2oPeters l dldnt there to shoot the weapons The FBI said it hasa car in North Braddock The suit is based on an article I wanted to prove to my fatherinlaw and my motherin law that my troubles with my wife were not my Geiger is divorced from Peters 18yearold daughter Judy a written admission from Bobby Morgan 7 died in Brad in the June 15 issue of time maga He was held over by Magistratedeck General Hospital severalzine in which according to Longs John J Fiorucci on charges of hours after being hit His sister petition it was stated The factQpntTn JfTll armed rObberV and folnninns Mnrv Uinc nrlrmttoH in I I I W W I I felonious Mary Jean was admitted in critiwas clear Earl Long had just condition gone plain armed robbery shooting tcalling the gun his hospital bed Paga said sters darted in front of a car drivmalicious and defamatory I made one mistake 1 am a en by Frank Shemko of Pittsburgh j police officerwe just dont shoot Awhile playing in front of their I S H Green Stamps Navy Missing Army Takes Over Gaines said he does not know tars never made it to shore Gls when the Harts will return to fr0m a nearby Nike base took Hoffa Plans To File Suit On Kennedy WASHINGTON spokes man fdr James R Hoffa says the Teamster Union President plans libel action against Robert F Kennedy for remarks the Sen ate rackets probers counsel made about Hoffa on television Kennedy made several charges against Hoffa Wednesday when he appeared on the NBC n0t during BUFFALO AP The Navy missed the boat so the Army grabbed the beef the buns and the girls The local USO planned a special evening for sailors from the USS Macon but high winds whipped mounting waves in Buffalo Harbor and the their home in Short Hills He volunteered that the family expects another visit from FBI agents but he did not suggest why The quiet of the suite on the 15th floor of the Loop hotel was a contrast to the round ment Friday when Miss Hart told her story of being kidnaped and then took it back with a statement by her father that the girl does over the 150 pounds of roast beef 23 dozen rolls and 115 pretty hos tesses Another party is planned for the waterlocked sailors killed them both battle from Hospital officials said the The plaintiff termed the article W Jacobs an international vice president of the Brotherhood of Electrical Workers was sen with fenced to five years in prison and fined Friday for income tfx tax evasion Jack Paar show The spokesman said Hoffa had instructed his attorney to prepare libel action against the network Kennedy Paar and others who sponsored or were associated with the show 01 Trtnto T i Kennedy said he would welcome SI LOUIS Mo AP Frank the suit that matter Qf a period The FBI said it was checking all phases of Miss Harts story which unfolded after she ap peared screaming and crying Help me help me beside a See 3 Col 3 If Id shot first Id home where they every purchase and repair at i were visiting Rogers Jewelry uiv ami uiai uic mailer ui i i i i I whether Mr Hofta has betrayedlAdd BODY Olfl First Oriental To Win Statuesque Japanese Fashion Model Named Miss Universe i fully in the corners of her all Miss England Pamela Anne Universe smilingly told reporters the union membership can proven in a court of New York spokesmen for NBC and Paar said there would be no im mediate comment Joseph Ratay Found Dead HEILWOOD Joseph Ratay 50 president of Pine Twp School Board reportedly took his own life with a selfinflicted gunshot wound today at his home near here State Police of the Indiana sub station were called this morning to investigate the shooting Includ ed in the investigation are County To Gazette Clan The newest member of the Ga zette family arrived this morning at oclock in the Indiana Hos pital By PATRICK MCNULTY LONG BEACH Calif AP mond eyes she added Thank Searle 21 A willowy 5feet7 shejand photographers through herCoroner Rusself Gardner and The pearl ciown of Miss Universe you very much Thank you so measures 362436 A drama stuher hostess and interpreter Miss County Detective Roy Schrecen rested today on the pretty dent in England Miss Searle Kay Matsumoto a Long Beachgost ol a statuesque fashion modelj The runners up in order of said she is anxious to take a crack pharmacist Ratay was reportedly found in Irom Japan the first Oriental to1 finish were at a movie screen test offered Eventually Miss Universe bedroom of his home with a win the internatioaa beauty pa Miss Norway Jorunn this Monday ishe would Tike to return to at his side sen 18 who stands 5feet8 and Miss Brazil Vera Ribeiro 19 United States marry and raise Funeral arrangements will be I The announcement Friday night measures 352435 An aspiriinglA leggy 5feet7 brunette from Rio a family here announced in Mondays Gazette that leggy Akiko Kojima 22 had gym teacher she said she is who measures 372337 she saidi MissKojima who succeeds Col won the coveted crown broughthomesick but may stay in has had no movie offers so ombias Luz Marina Zuluaga Knotty Pine Inn Closed a roar of applause from the era California for a movie test infar homesick broke a twoyear hold that Latin i July 26 due to death of Ralph Mc spectators jammed into Long i Holly wood The new Miss Universe posjng beauties had held on the Miss Gregor 290 in hflt a i I ln T r To End Dem Party Fight WASHINGTON AP crats operated under a wary truce today that seemed likely to end a while at Chairman Paul M Butlers cisms of party congressional lead ers In exchange for this apparent understanding Butler got public assurances from Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn DTex ajid Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas that they are taking no part in any effort to oust him Behind the political sweetness and light which flowed out of a long conference of the three Fri day however there remained un changed the basic disagreement on policy between the national chairman and the two leaders Butler gave no sign he intends to alter his advocacy of what he regards as a liberal legislative Jet Changes Ordered By US Agency WASHINGTON program and Johnson r Americas first commercial jet remained firmly committed to a of airliners are under onders by the Federal Aviation Agency to in spect and change certain parts that have caused trouble recently The agency issued two direc tives Friday to operators of the Boeing 707s calling for 1 Continual inspection of land ing gears and replacement of main gear truck beams that have dents 2 Installation of new type hy draulic fluid pumps or modifica tion of present hydraulic systems She is the daughter of Mr and The directives resulted from firmly middle of the road course involv ing practical compromises to get bills passed Rayburn said in this connection that he and Johnson are going to pass what we think is right and let the chips and the vetoes fall where they In what the speaker described as a very friendly Butler did his best to convince the two leaders that he hadnt been criticizing them in repeated statements that the Democraic Mrs John Smicklo Blairsville RD several instances of 707s withj Congress was moving too slowly landing gear trouble and one 7071toward fulfilling the promises of The seven pound eleven ounce that lost fluid during operation of the 1956 Democratic platform 1 baby girl is the second child for its hydraulic system Impassively Rayburn an the Smicklos Their other daughi Four airlines Pan nounced to a news conference that ter Pauline 7 and the mother American Continental and TWA i Butler had told him and Johnson and dad are all doing fine I operate a total of 34 707s Beach Memorial Auditorium Miss United States Terry Lynn regally in her crown and robe Universe title I didnt think I would j Huntingdon 19 Mount Shasta after the contest said she had a Gladys Zender of Peru won the said the Tokyo beauty who stands I Calif Shes and 362336 movie offer and plans to make a title in 1957 AQ fi i i A ii i i mi by 5feetsix and measures 372338 i The UCLA coed is studying danctest next week in Hollywood The best showing aji Asian I am oh so very sheiing but she said she may takei I would like to make a movieientry pjeviously had made in the Ifeid in her faltering English anda fling at the movies on the or two if I am asked and then beauty pageant was in Ifl53 whenl then as tears glistened of her Miss USA return to Japan for a Miss See 3 Col 2 I Dance Elks Dance Sat Nite Music by 290x Inside The Gazette THE LIGHTER Dont miss Jerry Bennetts look at the Washington newsfront See his column on editorial page 4 McKlNLEY IN James McKinley is playing in the Allegheny County Clay Courts Tournament See details on sports pages 6 and 7 Other Features CUtailiedi Coniica 1011 8B 10 Editorial Obituaries Society i 11 WEATHER Clear and cool tonight Low in the Spwrti 7 5 U Sunday sunny and Sat tfx warmer High in the lower 80s the national chairman expects Congress to make an outstanding and good record to go before the people in Observing that there had been no loud talk and no violent dis agreement in their meeting Ray burn added that it was a good See 3 Col 2 Ed7Bennett Neff Said Fair Two Indiana businessmen a fair condition in Indiana Hospital where they are receiving treat ment for heart ailments They are Edward Bennett Vine gar Hill resident who is president of the First National Bank and Frank Neff 534 School Street Dance Willie til   

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