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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Letting the boss get the best of you might easily lead to ft raise City Volume 29 L EDITION Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday July 27 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents NIXON SEES 2 Drown At Loyalhanna AICEBREAKER Motorboat Capsized Sunday West moreland County men drowned last evening when their motorboat capsized in nearby Loyalhanna Dam Victims of the accident were Edward Grauerholtz 20 Grcensburg R D 4 and t James R Kronk 22 Penn Emergency crews from three volunteer fire depart ments dragged the bottom of the dam for more than 30 minutes before locating the bodies at 9 p m Fire Chief Daniel McDivitt Saltsburg said the crews thought there was a pulse in one of the bodies and rushed both of them k to Latrobe They were pronounced dead on arrival Firemen from New Alexandria Latrobe and Saltsburg were sum moned about when an unidentified boater saw the craft carrying Grauerholtz and Kronk overturned in the dam The 14foot boat was just out of sight of the boat ac cording to firemen It was impos sible to determine the length of h time the victims were in the water before the emergency crews pulled ihem to the surface One fireman said We all agree the motor outboard motor was loo powerful for the The victims reportedly were warned about a week ago that the 45horsepower motor was too big for the boat and were banned from the dam Neither of the youtVis could swim McDivitt pointed out He added that life preservers were found in a compartment of the boat and that neither Grauerholtz nor Kronk were wearing one when the boat capsized Clayton Lanham dam operator said about a week ago the con FRISONER OF CONVICTS AFTER M Nielr 79 gesticulates to newsmen as he explained how he had been drive his auto to Washington Pa from his home in McLean Va He said two escapees from a Virginia road gang forced him to drive to Washington then left the aito A few hours later the copvicts were captuved on a kret in Wash ington Nielson was notharmed by the convicts AP Wirephoto Castro Back In Top Post HAVANA AP Fidel Castro swept back into the Uuban premiership t as ex sected by an enormous pop ular demonstration served lotice Sunday night he will 36 friends with the United States only if the United States does not get in his way The spectacular crowd estimat ed at nearly a million cheered wildly as he told them he would bow to the will of the people and resume office The demon stration again underscored that the bearded 32yearold revolu tionary leader is Cubas strong man The vast sea of humanity sent up reverberating cheers as Cas tro by implication told off critics iu the United States He asserted that Cuba is not a protectorate or colony of any other country but a free sovereign nation and we have to accounl to no Castro said Cuba wants to be friends with all nations but can be with those who offend us who insult us and who exploit jug nor with any vested interest which tries to impose itself on the des our But in hours of talk Castro THE KHRUSHCHEVS AND THEIR leaders and their wives pose with Vice President and Mrs Richard Nixon and Dr Milton Eisenhower during visit to country home of Premier Nikita Khrushchev at Dacha near Mosscow Back row from left are Khrushchev First Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov Nixon First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan and Dr Eisenhower brother of the President The women form left are Mrs Mikoyan Mrs Kozlov Mrs Nixon and Mrs Khrushchev This is one of a series of pictures made by Associated Press Photographer Henry Griffin who covered the event on apool basis AP Wirephoto via radio from Moscow Report Lloyd Sounds f i 4 Steel Firms Union In Contract Talks NEW YORK first joint peace talks between cessionaire at the beach James industry and union since the start of the nationwide steel Bush banned the youths from open here today under the auspices of federal medi Loyalhanna waters for using the ators oversized motor but they re Joseph F Finnegan director of the Federal Mediation turned last night along with two and Conciliation Service reiterated his warning that no or easy the i3day0id stride appears other companions jearly It was reported that the uniden tified friends who had been water skiing had gone to the beach for refreshments just before the boat capsized The drownings came less than 13 months since the last tragedy at Loyalhanna on July 4 1958 By JOHN M HIGHTOWER GENEVA Foreign Secretary Selwyn failed to mention communism byjLloyd was reported to have sounded out Forign Minister name at all He referred to it only Andrei Gromyko today on whether the Soviet Union will obliquely when hitting at his make any cut in its terms for a Berlin deal Lloyd held a luncheon conference with Gromyko which critics eel it when but apparently did not necessary to deny their charges that he is letting the Reds influence his government Uptown Havanas vast Civic Plaza was packed with the shout ing cheering throng Castro told it emotionally that from now on the symbol of our revolution will be the the long sharp knife used for cutting sugar cane progress toward EastWest agree Better HARTFORD Conn Thomas J Dodd DConn was discharged from a hospital Sun day after treatment for food poi soning Tigers Call Up Steve Demeter Homer Citys Steve Demeter was this morning called up by The Detroit Tigers from their Charleston farm club The third baseman reports to night in with the the Bcngels Tuesday Detroit for the game Baltimore Orioles For complete details see page 11 AllOut Seeks To Prove Blue Laws Odd BRISTOL Pa AP Theresasked to see Miss Cass more than one way to skin a I Are you worldly employed likely Finnegan The announcement provoked fu rious response during which some campesinos brought from the provinces to swell the demonstration clashed their machetes in unison to add to the general uproar Castro whipped up another ova who arranged theition when he added that if his joint talks last week said on hisenemies should ever think of corn arrival from Washington tto Jet them con night They cant settle this strike by not He said he received no indica tion during the weekend that ei template for just about five min utes those Castro made it clear that such mammoth demonstrations will be held whenever it is considered lasted more than two hours As the EastWest conference went into its ninth week of negotiations a crowded schedule of talks also called for strategy consultations among the Western foreign ministers and a BigFour secret session at the end of the day When the luncheon at Lloyds residence ended Gromyko asked whether there was was any ment He replied pointing to Lloyd you had better ask the Lloyd had no comment The United States and France have been reported standing firm against British pressure to cut down on Western terms for a Ber lin agreement in order to clear the way for a summit conference Associates said Secretary See 2 Col S State Senate Considering Tax Recess HARRISBURG pos sibility of a Senate recess shaped up today in view of House failure to write a tax program after near of ly five months of legislative in fighting Berger ther side had changed its position I necessary to demonstrate popular support for has policies That of officially celebrating the See 2 Col 5 Finnegan had held separate meetSunday ings with union and industry rep resentatives since the strike began Heading the negotiating teams for todays talks are David J Mc Donald president of the United Steelworkers of America and R Cooper executive vice president of Steel Corp the United States igious Automation CHICAGO AP Automation has come to religion Choir organ j ist altar and prayer books were The recess plan was disclosed night by Sen James S Republican floor leader Award Contracts For Boiler Winq At Indiana STC The General State Authority Democratic i majority gets itself adjusted and Harnsburg this afternoon awarded I decides something on said the contracts for the addition of a1 Berger after a threehour meeting of the GOP Senate leaders We discussed the advisability of having a recess of the Senate boiler wing at the Indiana State i Teachers College General construction awarded to 0 H Martin The strike of members of i shut replad lwo slide down plants that produced almost 90 per cent of the nations steel The stoppage has idled an esti mated employes in other in dustries with railroads the hard est hit The unions demands include a figured Justice of the Peace Earlhe asked alter introducing him15centanhour package increase u lrk in each year of a new contract plus fringe benefits The industry rejecting the demands contends that an increase in labor costs view would force a rise in steel prices north of Philadelphia handing outfor violation of the Sunday blueand thus help spur inflation The Dougherty That he said the theory he applied Sunday Pennsylvanias Sunday blue laws Daughcrly spent the day driv ing through Bucks County just is self to saui Miss Cuss Are you being paid 1 hereby convict you on 159 convictiononsight He handed her a notice union contends that industry prof The recipients included actress Why Ive never won a its and increased productivity Peggy Cass two toll booth colleciand Id rather not win the make a wasje rise possible without k tors a radio announcer numeri actress jokeJ a price increase Prestrike wages ous plant guards a druggist al But like the others she an hour newspaper ana the reporters and according to the notice appear A B Homer president of the following him today before Dougherty and pay a Bethlehem Steel said in a lat Im actually against the fine plus costs ter to all Bethlehem employes day blue laws Dougherty said The same thing happened at the Sunday that the union has made 1 hey re chaotic and outmoded Levlttown Times where employes agreement impossible by continu and if they were strictly enforced were working on the weekly paing to insist on inflationary wage would strangle Pennsylvania s enper and al WBCB Levittown j and benefit increases tire economy where announcer Mike Mayo He said the union in coolend Im a lustice of the peace and lowed him to state his questioning that employes rights are at Us my duly to enforce the lasv on the air 2 Col 7 So 1 Then there was a taxicab driv He reached the Bristol Playei a Bell Telephone Co main1 S H Green Stamps with house a summer theater during iterance man bowling i alley and every purchase and repair at first act intermission and See 2 Col i Jewelry tfx denominational worship service Sunday An Episcopal minister preached the sermon The service was held at the AudioVisual Assn convention was The collapse of a compromise 14 per cent sales tax plan ham contract out by Republican and Democratic leaders threw the tax situation into a muddle two weeks Pittsburgh for House Republicans had pled Heating contract was granted to ged 15 votes to help pass the mea Commercial Construction Co Erie sure but the Philadelphia Demo iQr The plumbing contract was giv en to W R Davies Pittsburgh for The Millcreek cratic delegation withdrew its sup port later The head of the Philadelphia i delegation Rep James J Dough Electrical Co of j erty last week proposed a 235 mil Homer City Rifle Club Party toErie was awarded the electrical lion dollar package of business 291x contract for Third Major League Set 5 Cities BULLETIN 3 SO p m NEW YORK AP Formation of a third major baseball league to be known as the Continental League with five founding cities was announced today by William Shea chairman of Mayor Wag ners New York Baseball Commit tee The league expects to operate in 1961 The five founding cities are New York Houston Toronto Minneap olisSt Paul and Denver Shea said the league would have a minimum of eight clubs and there could be more He said it would play a 154game schedule In addition to the five founders Shea said the following cities were interested Buffalo Montreal At lanta New Orleans Miami Indi anapolis DallasFort Worth San Diego Portland Seattle and San Juan Puerto Rico Each of the five founding cities put up to be deposited in the treasury of the new league Reactor Close Up Rejected By JOHN SCALI LENINGRAD Russians lifted their secrecy curtain a bit today and let Vice President Richard M Nixon have an hourlong ook at their atomic ice ireaker Lenin But Vice Adm Hyman Rickover father of the Am erican atomic submarine and a member of the Nixon par ty told newsmen we are letting the runaround I want to see the Nixon and Rickover were given i chance to inspect the prize ice breaker from top to bottom but were kept at long range when it came to the three reactors which are to supply the power They were allowed for about two minutes on a catwalk in the reac tor room high above the reactors themselves Rickover said that at that distance no one could see any thing and he requested a closer look The reactors were inactive though the Russians told Nixon they will be running at full pow er before October After inspecting the icebreaker the vice president told applauding shipyard workers We must work together to break the The vice president and his party flew to this second largest city of the Soviet Union to begin a fiveday swing that will take them of vesteraSiberfaV Nixon told an airport crowd he and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev had many differences in their sixhour talk at Khrush chevs country home Sunday but that they had agreed on one thing world differences must be settled at the conference table and not on the Nixon backed up Rickover in his demands to see more of the atom ic icebreaker In swapping cham pagne toasts aboard ship Nixon suggested that Rickover be al lowed to make an additional two hour tour by himself to inspect the reactors Turning to Rickover Nixon said You stay and talk to them You point out my understanding is that you were to see just as more as Mr Deputy Premier Kozlov when he visited the United States We think thats a fair ex change We dont want to do any thing thats wrong only But Soviet authorities balked at granting the request immediately I will take the matter up and something will be the shipyard manager said Nixon left Rickover impatient in the officers main dining room aboard the ship waiting for an answer Rickover made no effort to hide his annoyance He told 12 American newsmen allowed to follow Nixon on to the ship that Kozlov had been givea See 2 2 Col 1 Demos Add Nixon Gains Stature In Nikita Exchanges By JACK BELL uite 58 Reasons Inside The Gazette ALLENSCOTT AllenScott report today on Admiral Rickovers remarks con cerning U S missile test failures See page 6 McKINLEY McKinley advances in tlie Allegheny County Clay Court tennis tournament Read details on pages 10 and 11 Other Feafures AUddini Limp Mirror 13 14 Society 3 Editorial 6 Sports 14li HujplUI li TYKadlo 18U Obituaries 1 World Today 4 1011 WEATHER Variable cloudiness warm and more humid tonight and Tues day with scattered showers and mostly afternoon thunder showers likely High today and tomorrow in upper 80s Low tonight 65 to 70 tax bills he said was worked outl with U S Rep William J Green Philadelphia Democratic chair man See I Rep Richard M Simpson Pa said in a statement that WASHINGTON PresjNixons verbaj enc0unter with Col 2 Como Visits Sick Mom In Pgh ident Richard M Nixon is proving Khrushchev was a himself a match for Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev in the ample of courage superb ex and intelli gence opinion of several Congress memj Sen Everett M Dirksen bers the Senate GOP leader told a Sen Mike Mansfield of Monj television audience he thinks Nix tana the assistant has helped both himself and the leader said Nixon is making the J nation by his actions and added best of a very difficult and Im quite proud of his PITTSBURGH AP Televicate situation during his visit toperformance in the Soviet sion star Perry Como departed forMoscow New York Sunday night after He is rolling with the punches Nixon and Khrushchev engaged spending the weekend with his thrown at him by a series of spirited ailing mother in Mercy said He is also sendUs they toured the American Na Mrs Lucia Conto 77 of Canonsjinf good jtional Exposition which Nixon burg underwent an operation Sen John Sherman Cooper Rtormalry opened m Friday night for removal of a lormer ambassador said day fected tissue caused by a diabetic a separate interview he thinks condition Nixon has matched Khrushchev in in directness and toughness in as well as can be expectitheir caustic exchanges Nixon is doing exactly what is Moscow Fri The two top officials who met a long secret wplon Sunday Como said his mother was doing ed They denied any Party Tonight Catholic ing the only kind of was offended told newsmen eoniidered Friday exchanges bard direct frank but not Khrushchev can NuoaPnge I Ml 1
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