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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family A clfcWs fs where a small boy drags his dad to watch the old man have a swell time City EDITION Volume Sixteen Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday July 28 1959 Two Sections Seven Cantt WEST OKs REVISED BERLIN if Nixons Greetings In Russia Warm Up Friendly Welcome In Siberia By JOHN SCALI NOVOSIBIRSK Soviet Union AP friendly applauding Russians gave Vice President Richard M Nixon the warmest wel come of his Soviet tour when he arrived in this Siberian city today for a good will visit Nixon arrived amid solid signs he was considering more and more favorably a recommendation that Presi den Eisenhower invite Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev to the United States for a visit Persons close to Nixon were understood to be making some impact on him with arguments that Khrushchev must see for himself the strength and vigor of the American economy and the unity of its people to rid him of misconceptions Thousands of men and women the streets here in some places four and five deep to wave greetings to Nixon and his wife Communist leaders of this de veloping Siberian industrial area rode through town with the Nix A bus carrying American cor respondents traveling with nixon was nearly mobbed by several thousand excited Russians hands outstretched in greeting when they arrived in Stalin Square A bus carrying American cor respondents traveling with Nixon was nearly mobbed by several thousand excited Russians hands outstretched in greeting when they arrived in Stalin Square Soviet authorities were under QUESTION AND ANSWER President Richard M Nixon stands before crowd in Leningrad yesterday during his tour of the Soviet Union Nixon answered some questions these people asked during tour oMhe city that included alook at the Russian atomic icebreaker Lenin now under construc tion Men behind Nixon are unidentified AP Wirephoto Fire Hits Altoona Supermarket v US Radiator In USW Talks On Contract PITTSBURGH AP Contract negotiations opened here today bej1000 feetSmoke poured over the ALTOONA Pa of unknown origin early today destroyed a largesupermarket Altoonai Damage was unofficially estimated atmore than 000 Nine fire companies fought the blaze nearly two hours Two firemen suffered minor injuries Firemen were handicapped in getting water to the fire Some hose lines extended more than stood to have agreed finally tokween the United Steelworkers andieastern section o this Blair allow Nixon to tour the Siberian four Pennsylvania plants of the branch of the Academy of ences This will be a big scientific Natlonal U SRadiator Co the entire Dist 13 of the USW said the un research center for SiberianUral area Nixon insisted on this visit negotiate a contract Ing his onestop flight with wages and fringe benefits as the main points Maurice declined seat The supermarket was owned by S V Corp of DuBois which Eugene Maurice director ofoperates a chain of nine stores The market opened last Nov 19 Leningrad After touring a turbogenera tor plant the vice president ar See 2 Col 1 No Cause For Alarm On Missiles WASHINGTON Gen Bernard A Schriever Air Force missile chief told House investDGHtJSt gators today there is no cause alarm over recent repeated fail ures in the long range Atlas mis sile to specify what the union would demand The present contract covering some employes at the four plants terminates at midnight Aug 31 Under the contract steel workers are averaging an hour T B Focke president of U S Radiator said plants in Johns town Duncansville New Castle and Middletown are concerned in Uhe negotiations Schriever expressed confidence the big intercontinental missile will be ready for combat by approximately Sept 1 some GO days later than the original tar gel date Schriever head of the Air Re search iind Development Com Dr William Lauver will open his new dentist office tomorrow in the Clark Building on South Sixth St A recent graduate of the Uni versity of Pittsburgh Dental School Dr Lauver will receive pa Ike Hosts 12 Newsmen At Dinner WASHINGTON MB Washington Post says a dozen newsmen were President Eisenhowers guests at a chicken dinner at the White House Monday night They talked with the chief exe cutive about a wide range of sub jects i foreign and domestic the newspaper said The Post assigned reporters to interview the newsmen as they left the dinner but under the ground rules laid down by the White House the guests did not tell what the President had said A week ago Monday the Presi dent gave a dinner for another group of newsmen in what he tients in his new office on the described as an experiment After main floor of the recently comthe dinner the reporters follow pleted office building in the 100 mand was the first witness in a block of South Sixth St House Space Committee inquiry A resident of Altoona before lo iuto what has gone wrong in the eating in Indiana it is reported Atlas program IDr Lauver decided to locate here ing the White House rules then in effect wrote a series of stories attributed high excellent etc Last Wednesday at his news confer Newest US State Holds 1st Election Fidel To Rule In Urrutias Treason Case HAVANA AP A charge ol treason brought by a private citi zen against former President Manuel Urrutia was referred to Prime Minister Fidel Castros Cabinet Monday night Supreme Court Judge Julio Garceran de Val signed an order transferring Threaten Aluminum Stoppage NEW YORK AP A major strike in the aluminum industry was threatened to day as negotiations in the twoweekold steel strike re mained deadlocked David J McDonald presi dent of the United Steelwork ers of America said he ex pected no agreement in the aluminum industry before contracts with major firms expire at midnight Friday McDonald whose union repre sents workers in aluminum as well as steel said the same no contract no work policy covers both industries The copper industry also faced a possible strike threat Officials of the Mine Mill and Smelter Workers Union were re ported considering a strike against the nations copper plants next month The unions contracts ex pired June 30 but its members are working while negotiations continue Steel industry and union repre sentatives met jointly Monday for the first time since the nationwide steel strike began Joseph Finnegan director of the Federal Mediation and Con ciliation Service met newsmen after the twohour session There was an exchange of viewpoints by the parties but I cant say anything beyond Finnegan said I dont think the case Cabinet The rulin from the court to the there was anV substantial change in the position of either puts Castro in the position of sitting as judge on the man he put in as the first presi dent of the revolutionary govern ment and then crushed Urrutia quit on July 17 after Castro had accused him of near HONOLULU nations in a TV speech It is of course too early forafter making a survey of district ence the President acknowledged me to say with certainty that we communities have identified and eliminated the causes of our recent Atlas flight test Schriever told the committee But he said the Air Force feels 11 has corrected the difficulties that caused five successive fail ures in Atlas firings over a five month period Coal Research Bill Approved WASHINGTON Sen ale has passed a bill authorizing spending two million dollars the first year on a big new research program aimed at helping the ail ing coal mining industry It would create a new agency the Coal Research and Develop ment Commission to handle the program The bill goes back to w Senate amendments he was the source of these stories Inside The Gazette INSIDE Victor Riesel continues his series of articles from Africa Read Inside Labor on page 6 newest state votes today in its first election From Hilo to Honolulu the melt ing pot of people live on this 500mile island chain cast ballots for two senators one repre sentative a governor and a 76 mernber state Legislature The polls close at EST It appeared certain for the first time in a person of Japanese or Chinese an cestry would be sent to Congress Republicans conceded their un derdog role but hoped to upset predictions of a Democratic sweep by grabbing several major of fices Democrats made a strong show ing in the June primary and have won Hawaii elections 1954 Election officials predicted a record vote perhaps 90 per cent of the registrants Most Hawaii attention was fo cused on the race for governor pitting Democrat John A Burns against Eisenhower appointed Gov William F Quinn Burns 50 serving a second term as elected delegate to Congress piled up votes in winning the Democratic nomination June 27 from a comparatively unknown opponent Quinn 40 got votes in running unopposed for the Repub lican candidacy Burns is backed by Castro himself resigned as prime minister before launching his assault on Urrutia but was shouted back into office on Sun day at a giant celebration in Havana Urrutia since his resignation has been living at the suburban home of his brotherinlaw which is under heavy guard His succes sor President Osvaldo Dorticos told newsmen several days ago Urrutia was free to go anywhere that the government planned no legal action against him The charge of treason against the expresident was brought by a Cuban lawyer Raul Gomez Quin tero who said he was a member of Castros revolutionary move ment Finnegan scheduled separate meetings with both sides today See 2 Col 3 Busi Homer City Legion party tonite BARNWELL IN Barnwell Olympic track candidate enters the Indiana All Comers Track Meet See details on page 11 Other Features 200 on 57 Early Bird 292x Businessmen Told To Get Into Politics PITTSBURGH AP nessmen should get into politics because government is the big gest stockholder in business says George I Bloom state Republr can chairman Dont try to break up an or ganization break into Bloom told some 150 businessmen at a Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce meeting Monday As businessmen you should know who is the largest stock holder in business It is Uncle said Bloom adding He takes a 52 per cent bite and the state another six per cent on corporate taxes Uncle Sam is the controlling stockhold er and is the best reason for businessmen to interest them selves in BACK FROM ATTACK Gen Nathan F Twining is back at his Pentagon desk after surgery for cancer The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who will be 62 in October had part of his left lung removed at Walter Reed Army Hospital Check JPs Arrests On Blue Laws HARRISBURG AP Atty Gen Anne X Alpern said today she is making a study to deter mine whether a Bucks County justice of the peace was within the law in handing out 159 con victiononsight notices for alleged violations of the states Sunday sales ban Squire Earl B Dougherty of Bristol Twp said he handed out the convictions in Bucks County to show that the Blue Laws against Sunday sales are chaotic and out Miss Alpern said many of the convictions made by Dougherty may have been But she added the state will back up two toll collectors of the Pennsyl vania Turnpike Commission who also received the summonses Henry E Harner general coun sel of the commission has ap pointed legal counsel for the tol collectors who are scheduled for hearings Wednesday He indicated appeals would be made to higher courts if the two men are convicted on the charges summary offense which car ries a fine of and costs of Meanwhile Dist Atty Huett F Dowling of Dauphin County saic he was making his own investiga tion of what he called a plot t affect Blue Law legislation now be fore the State Legislature Speedy Approval On Change GENEVA West ern foreign ministers reached speedy agreement today on a revised document setting brth their position on a Berlin truce arrangement Western officials said the summary reiterates that the West will maintain it cannot consider any time limits on Western rights in Berlin The revision will be handed to the Russians when talks resume Wednesday The foreign ministers made two changes in the proposals advanced first on June 16 The main one suggests that the United Nations monitor radio broadcasts in East and West Berlin to check for prop aganda during the truce period The second simply revises some of the language in a section de claring Western rights in Berlin remain in force until Ger many is unified Over the weekend British For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd had been reported pressuring his allies to accept a Soviet pledge for a limited time But Lloyd was said today to have agreed with Secretary of State Christian Herter that Western policy on the issue of protection for West Ber lin should stand unchanged Both the Soviet Union and the Western powers were rewriting their rival proposals for breaking the Berlin crisis Each sideobvi ously hoped the other would come up with new concessions The Big Four ministers planned no meeting today But the three Western ministers met and were reported to have sought some new formula for resuming stalled EastWest disarmament negotia tions Diplomatic sources said this problem probably would be taken up with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromykb before the Gene va conference ends Gromyko is said to have indicated an inter est in the disarmament question See 2 Col Suit Filed Here A suit has been filed for 000 in the office of the Indiana County Prothonotary The plaintiff Hazel I Meagher is asking that amount for grevi ous damage done to property in Buffington Township by M e a d t Cauffield and his Manor Real Es tate and Coal Co of Johnstown According to the paper filed by the plaintiff acting as her own attorney the agent or agents cutting the timber is unknown a Preliminary Injunction having been refused by the Honorable The suit states that they are con tinuing to cut timber from the Buffington property According to the State Tax Eq ualization Board the market value of Buffington Township ia S H Green Stamps with every purchase and repair at Rogers Jewelry tfir Lost January In Luxerne i Cite Apathy Incompentence As Factors In Mine Disaster n HARRISBURG AP Law eniwere lost when the Susquehanna extracting coal forcemeat officials are studying a River flooded the mine Bridges Longshoremens Union which clauns sugar pine apple and dock workers here Quinn has endorsement of AFL CIO unions with a claimed mem bership of report which cites A lack of qualified professional The committees report did not mining engineers andor consult athy and incompetence as any person or party as on the staffs of the lessor factors which caused a Luzerne ing responsible for the Susquehanor the Counly mining disaster last breaking into the Knox frims A condition of nature to wit river slope operation A river at sudden flood level set 10member committee of But it offered these opinions rei the stage for sudden tragedy Democrats believe they have a state senators and representatives i submitted its 107page report to sure winner in JapaneseAmeriig Lawrence the Legisla can Daniel K Inouye J4 running for Hawaiis lone House seat See 2 Col 2 AUddlug Lump Cuinlis Crosswords 1415 1MS U Editorial Hospital Nulei Obilumles So del Sporli 15 TVRadio T Theater 7 4 World WEATHER FORECAST Ratlier cloudy quite warm and humid tonight and Wednesday with widely scattered showers and thundershowers mostly in the alternupn and evening High Wednesday 82 to 89 Low tonight in the 60s Retired Pastor Succumbs At 7 5 SALTSBURG Rev Charles E lure Monday It also sent copies to the State Justice Department and to the Luzerne County district Attorney for possible followup ac tion Atty Gen Anne X Alpern im mediately assigned her deputy Leon Ehrling to study the docu ment The report was prepared garding factors which it said conj The committee also proposed tributed to the disaster nine laws dealing specifically with Incompetence on the part ofj mining below water levels It al the supervisory employes of the i so introduced a resolution calling lessee Knox Coal Indifference and apathy on the for a thorough study by the Joint State Government Commission and part of the lessor Pennsylvania a complete recodification of the Coal concerning the mode of j present laws dealing with anthra extracting coal cite bituminous metallic and non An incentive pay system remetallic raining suiting in the miners and other incentive employes conducting the It advised the Legislature Although care must be taken safey of mine workers and general public and that it protect surface property over underground areas being Measures in the package of bills specifically aimed at regulating mining under or near bodies of water would j Require establishment of a safe ty zone at least 200 from bank of a river or stream or 200 feet from the known perimeter of any other body of water Prohibit mining near bodies of water unless specifically authori zed by the department of mines and only after the operator mils to the department a factory plan in triplicate ol tat proposed mining Stahlman of Kiski Heights a rej after a fivemonth investigation of mining without sufficient regard fin the preparation of new Jegis Prohibit such a mine if if tired Lutheran minister passedthe tragedy Twelve miners emfor their own safety Uation that it not prohibitively re1 lews than 35 away yesterday in West Pennployed at the Knox Coal Co minel Owners or the lessee uniformed strict future mining it is unperiiae burden Hospital Pittsburgh He was at Port Griffith near and uninterested in the means ofiative that the legislation insure the t See fe   

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