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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family For some people the best part of the day is over when the alarm clock rings in the morning 293 Pages Indiana Wednesday July 1959 GOP SURPRISE WINNER City EDITION Two Sections Sevan Cants HAWAII Ike Praises Reception Of Nixon Friendly Feelings Lauded WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said today the reception given Vice President Richard M Nixon in the Soviet Union is clear evidence 6f a friendly feeling by the Russian people for Americans Eisenhower also told a conference that Nixon has every right to discuss with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev a possible visit by the Premier to this coun try but has no authority to offer art outright invitation By indirection the President thus seemed to confirm reports that the vice president had broached the subject of an Amer ican visit to the Soviet leader Eisenhower said Nixon had ac quitted himself splendidly and in a manner fitting his high office during his Soviet travels and his encounters with Khrushchev Asked whether the visit lias served to ease cold war tensions the President said that only time can tell Eisenhower also touched on these other topics the news Conference STEEL he skid that die See 12 Col I USW Hits Record Profits EW YORK Sorry Folks No Comics Sorry folksl Because of an extra load of advertising the Gazette was forced to omit your favorite comics today We will make them up to you in tomorrows Gazette Reduced Aid Bill Passed In House Takes 3 Of Five Offices HONOLULU Re publicans made a surprise showing in Hawaiis first state election capturing three of the top five offices and re gaining control of the State Senate j Republican William F House today passed a overcame the under WASHINGTON AP The 000 foreign aid bill cutting deeply under President Eisenhowers re Steelworkers Union has seizquest and tailored to force out in ed upon a report of record profits by U S Steel the nations biggest steel pro ducer to charge that the fig ures make the industrys strike position utterly ridi Meanwhile a mediator re ported after separate talks with both sides in the 15day old Nationwide strike of a million steehvorkers that TIIE USS LYNDE McCORMICK TAKES TO THE WATER The nations third guided missile the second of its kind to be launched at the Defoe Shipbuilding Co at Bay City the USS Lynde McCormick was sent down the greased ways shortly after noon yesterday in a successful cere mony before a crowd of sonic spectators AP Wirephoto Hecklers Clash On Soviet Occu pation Atlas ICBM Test Boosts JJ ByJOHNSCALI SVERDLOVSK Soviet Union M Nixon took on a series of hecklers today and demanded lo know why the Soviet Union sees fit to maintain troops in Poland Hungary and East Gfjermany The clashes took place in Novosibirsk western Siberia jjust before the vice president took off for Sverdlovsk Sevi jeral thousand silently waiting Russians greeted him in this city in the eastern Ural Mountains i i 11 T Q 6 S I K Nixons eagerly awaited tour of CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP lhe Sibedan of the blockbusting Atlas intercon tinental ballistic missile Academy of Sciences at miles over the Atlantic TuesiNovosibirsk turned out to be a K M I lof H ITC day night boosting hopes forbust Soviet authorities allowedj W IMO an operational ocean spanning him to see only a single building i JL D war rocket which they said will house their LxISTllCT DOV Recovery ships began a search j Institute of Hydrodynamics near Ascension Island for a Eventually some 500 buildings NEW FLORENCE A 7year small data capsule that poppediwill be located in the area whereold New Florence bo was injured of the Atlas nose cone many top Soviet willseriously last evening when he This was the second straightwork Nixon learned only thatiwas struck bv a cochetmg bul full range success for the Atlassome persons scientists and the first time a D series j technicians and students will re operational prototype side there in a selfcontained city without trouble Reliable sources here reported about a half hour that three or four consecutive Soviet authorities only reluctir let He is Timothy Priest son of Mr Order JP To End Blue Law Arrests PHILADELPHIA Earl B Dougherty Bristol Township jus tice of the peace todayH was or tiered by the Pennsylvania State Sunday Blue Law arrests in Bucks County The states highest tribunal stepped into the legal squabble as Atty Gen Anne X Alpern and other law enforcement authorities investigated Doughertys activ there was no change in the position of either side A strike threat affecting most of the aluminum industry sched uled for Friday midnightwas post poned David J McDonald United Steel WASHINGTON AP Presiiities the past two Sundays dent Eisenhower was urged by who said he Sen Hubert H Humphrey D today to open the way for was making onsight arrests of alleged offenders of the state alw banning certainwork on Sunday has is informal talks here with 225 niimeopgraphed notices Premier Nikita Khrushchev as paid the substitute for a summit meeting But Sen Styles Bridges R N said he would oppose any visit of Khrushchev to this coun try even if Vice President Rich ard M Nixon should recommend it Nixon indicated after his talks with the Soviet premier in Mos such a Nixons total stay there lasted youngster was struck by a bullet fired by Anthony Saltarelli a re D rocket successes could make tantly allowed him the visit Nix the Atlas ready for troop use Defense Secretary Neil McElroy said earlier this week the Soviets robably already have an opera ICBM but estimated they have fewer than 10 missiles which could hit this country The successful firing last week o an earlier less powerful C model ended more than five months of bitter frustration for the Atlas program Five previous rockets including three of the operational It originally was planned to the big missile ready for duly on July 1 Continued success of the Atlas could accelerate the manin space program A model of the capsule that will carry the first American into space was to have been launched this month by an Atlas This shot has been put off until ihe bugs are worked out of the rocket Atlases also will serve as boost rs for powerful space vehicles of The future on insisted on it The overall feeling toward See 12 Col 3 The Weather Considerable cloudiness con tinued quite warm and humid to night and Thursday with scat tered showers and thundershow ers mostly in the afternoon and evening High today and Thursday 85 to 92 Low tonight 65 to 72 Saltarelli told police he was shooting at a rat in his garden when the bullet ricocheted and struck Timothy who was sitting on a bench at the comunity playground wound of the skull and a possible fracture of the skull Police Chief Orrie Hurt ruled the shooting accidental He said the boy was injured about 9 oclock The two senators conflicting viewpoints were given in separate interviews Others also indicated a variety of opinions about the wisdom of extending an invitation for the Soviet head of State to come to this country Humphrey a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Commit talked eight hours with fine and court costs Chief Justice Charles Alvin Jones signed the ceaseanddesist order forbidding Dougherty to make any further arrests for al leged Blue Law Violations The di rected a hearing on the matter in Philadelphia Aug 17 Chief Justice Jones acted on a petition for a of prohibition filed by Atty Norvin Nathan on behalf of Jan Boyland a cashier at the Bristol Playhouse Miss Boyland was among four persons given conviction notices by Dough erty last Sunday Another was actress Peggy Cass star of Born Yesterday which was showing at the playhouse Nathan Levittown lawyer with S H Green Stamps with every purchase Rogers Jewelry and repair at tfx May Be Last Herter Andrei In Final Talks GENEVA AP Secretary of more optimistic than the French State Christian A Herter met and Americans professed to see This nations only other Soviet Foreign Minister Ansigns Gromyko may be willing to e Titan is still in the early test drej Gromyko today for what may cut his price for a Berlin truce the stage Traffic Tickets For Baby Shoes be the last Western effort to get A West German spokesman said the Soviet Union to soften itshowever the Western delegations terms on Berlin disappointed by Gromykos Herter was represented as refusal Tuesday to make any HARRISBURG Pa ready to tell Gromyko the gapjmove toward a compromise when 1 between he two sides over produced a revised statement so wde tnat it is fuile to conof the Soviet position get a traffic ticket in the Bi8 Four conference im The United States Britain and nia for baby tne Sovjet position changes France handed Gromyko a re hanging from the rear view mir Western officials said Herter j vised plan offering a stopgap ar ror of your car would make clear that barring rangement lor Berlin with the sub Khrushchev in Moscow last Dejoffices in Philadelphia charged in cember He said he believes more is petition that Doughertys so progress might be made toward I called oneman crusade to enforce stabilizing world peace in informal I he 1794 blue laws was subjecting talks between Eisenhower law and tno administration of Khrushchev than would be gained justice to public in a summit conference The danger of a summit con ference with Khrushchev is that we might feel we had to produce something from Humphrey said Generally where Khrush chev is concerned if you produce something it means you have made some concession I think President Eisenhowers Slow Road Work Says House Unit WASHINGTON AP The See 12 Col 6 j House Ways and Means Commit i tee voted today for a slowdown on construction of the interstate World Cultures For Pa Schools HARRISBURG AP Pennsyl vania high school students soon will start learning more about the mancis for an increase in the fed world in which they live under a eral gasoline tax the committee new course developed by the StateProposed lint a current financial Public InstructionDepartment emergency bi met in this fashion Superintendent Charles H lssuy to a billion dollars highway system This would mean sharply reduced annual al locations of federal funds to the states Rejecting administration de Boehm said Tuesday the course i called World will offered this fall He described as one of the most important in the secondary school The curriculum will include the Near East and Far East Iron highway revenue bonds Extend the program beyond the present ination date formation the administration wants to withhold Both the cut in funds and the forceout provision are sore points with Eisenhower Just before the House acted the President predicted at his news conference that the forceout plan never would get to his desk as legislation He described it as an unconstitutional invasion of execu tive powers The device consists of a section providing for a cut off of aid funds if the administra tion holds back from Congress its evaluation reports on how aid pro grams are going At the same news conference Eisenhower said the bills re duction of 700 million dollars from his request would damage the workers president said the asprogram seriously ironomical profits being reported by steel firms will convince the Dublic that the Steelworkers were forced to strike by a coldblooded See USWPage 12 Col 2 Investigate Blue Cross Cost Hikes HARRISBURG AP An in vestigation of Blue Cross rates and administrative costs is pro posed in a new resolution being considered by a House committee Four of the states five major Blue Cross plans will increase rates sharply starting Saturday for most of the hospital insurance subscribers in Pennsylvania The four Republican sponsors of the resolution said in a joint statement we want to know if the recent steep rise in the cost of Blue Cross is justified and if not what can be done to protect the subscribers to the The resolution introduced Tues day would direct the Joint State Six Fayeiie Co Officials Face Arrest UNIONTOWN Pa rants were issued today for the arrests of six Fayette County of ficials on charges of misbehavior in office and obtaining money un der false pretenses Infprmations were lodged be fore Alderman William F Whitby against William J Graham G Emerson Work and J Lewis Wil liams county commissioners and Daniel Swaney of the State Liq uor Control Board William A Reed county controller and Guy Sutton head of the county bridge department The informations signed by county detective George W Hynes charge the commissioners spent on a fair grounds project six miles north of Uniontown with funds meant for road and bridge improvement The information also alleges that Sweensy falsely pretended to dog role to win the governor ship from Democrat John A Burns to Congress when the islands were a ter ritory Two Democrats and a Republi can went to Congress Republican Hiram L Fong of Chinese ances try and Democrat Oren E Long won Senate seats Democrat Dan iel K Inouye of Japanese parent age easily won the lone House seat Quinns running mate Hawaii born James K Kealoha was a shoo in victor in the lieutenant governors race Democrats had been favored be cause of a strong primary show ing a month ago Quinn overcame a vote primary deficit The Democrats had won every terri torial election since 1954 They won the State House of Representatives 3318 but the Re publicans won narrow control of the Senate 1312 Both Fong 52 and Inouye 34 made note of their ancestry in Government Commission to spend for grading and lev sttidy and investigate the costs of Blue Cross hospitalization in surance and the length of time for which protection is given by such The sponsors are Reps Arthur George and Clarence G Stoner Cumberland County Lester H Zimmerman Juniata County and Harry W Price Mifflin Coun ty elling fair grounds from June 19 to June 30 1958 Sutton and Sween ey are charged with conspiring to add more hours work than actual ly was performed to get this mon ey Graham chairman of the board of commissioners said that the charges are unfounded and so ridiculous that they dont even de serve Homer City Speok Alpern To Launch 59 Demo County Drive HOMER CITY Attorney Gen eral Anne X Alpern will deliver the featured address when county Democrats launch their 1959 cam paign with a fund raising dinner in Homer City next month Miss Alperns scheduled appear ance in Indiana County on Septem ber 9 continues the Democratic Partys newly established tradition of securing top party leaders for local political affairs Governor David L Lawrence and exGover nor George M Leader made per sonal appearances here in 1958 United States Senator Joseph Clark four is another top Democrat to appear victory statements See i TakesPace to Cot S 1972 Gov David L Lawrence signed such a change the West will hayeiject to be reviewed at the end of Curtain countries the British Em into law Tuesday a bill which pro hibits placing or hanging any ob ject in such a way that it ob structs a drivers vision mte to consider ending the negotiafive years tions within a few days But the Allies yielded not an What the Western ministers on their determination to thinking of s a recess of several keep their occupation rights in the Wed tfx months beginning late next week old German capital without specifying a dale for a Prospects appeared darker than There are 40 new numbers these sources said ever that the Geneva negotiations I at Fair Vitwl Some Biilish officials alwaysiSee Sec i2 Col 7 pire aijd Western Europe This plan if approved by Con gress would slash scheduled high way building allocations to the slates from iy billion dollars to iOO million in the 1961 fiscal year in the county under party auspices Homer City Democratic district chairman Jack Oswalt said Miss Alperns oneday visit to the coun ty next month will officially open the Democratic Partys drive to win control of major county offices starting next July 1 Allocationsin November Mr Oswalt extended Eagles Party every Thursday 01 ensuing years would be cut an open invitation to all women sharply below present schedto meet and talk with Miss Alpern Water will be shut off on Morris Clymer from 9 to 12 a m July 30 Citizens Water Co ule The federal on September 9 Party affiliation supis of no he said Sunday SifUs Law Vote HARRISBURG propo sal for tougher Sunday sales re gulation heads for a final House roll call next week after easily riding out moves to kill or weaken it Rep Stephen McCann Demo cratic floor leader said the Sen atepassed measure may reach a final vote Monday or Tuesday Although he declined to forecast the outcome the survival of the measure in the face of a sharp onslaught by its opponents in the House Tuesday indicated it had enough strength to pass House Speaker H G Andrews D Cambria described the four hours of debate on the controver sial bill as historymaking Rep Maurice H Goldstein R Alle gheny called it a battle between the big department stores and the big discount houses There were religious overtones as the House debated and then defeated 68116 an amendment to exempt from the Sunday closing law Jews and Seventh Day Adven tists who do not sell on Saturday their Sabbath In all 13 amend ments aimed at watering down the bill were defeated Basically the bill would in crease the fine for Sunday retail sales from to Subsequent offenses within a year would be subject to a In addition it lists a series of specific items that cannot be sold on Sunday They include clothing furniture housewares furnishing appliances watches hardware tools paints building lumber jewelry silverware clocks lug gage musical instruments record ings and toys except novelties and souveniers Other legislative developments Small Loans The Senate pas sed 3911 legislation to increase from to the ceiling on small loans which can be made by finance companies under the small loan law The money could be bor rowed for 30 months instead of the present 24 pliej 90 per cent of funds for attorney general is one pf ATTY GEN ANNE X ALPERN of the interstate system j See Mrs 12 CoK 2 to open Democrat drive Next Wednesday Big 4 Deadline GENEVA AP The Soviet Union and the West agree today to break off the Big Four foreign ministers conference next nesday with or without meat on a Berlin CpralGracetgo Fire Co There are 40 new pott ed at Fair View
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