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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family I Too many people we out on a limb before they discover that money doesnt grow on trees Volume 294 City EDITION Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday July 30 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents NIXON SUPPORTS PERSONAL TALKS CLINCHING A first governor William F Quinn a Republican and his wife Nancy beam at news of Quinns election victory Foliage is decorative Hawaiian lej Queen Elizabeth OK After Fog Collision US Aides Take Dim View Of Nikita Talk British Official Disagrees GENEVA S of ficials took a dim view today of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs proposal that the Big Four foreign min isters agree on what they can agree and then stand aside for a summit meeting But a British official called the Soviet Premiers speech splendid Khrushchevs speech in the Ukraine Tuesday was made public Wednesday night after East and West had agreed to halt the foreign ministers talks next Wednesday with or without settling the grave NEW YORK Queen Elizabeth worlds largissue of Berlin est luxury liner was set to sail today as repairs were rushed on her hull following a collision with a freighter during patchy fog in New York harbor There were no injuries to passengers or crew aboard High officials said the West ern powers will make every ef fort in the dying days of the Gen eva conference to reach a Berlin outbound Queen and the inbound accord But they emphasized only f American Hunter The ships came together about p m Wednesday near the entrance to Ambrose Channel about IVfe miles off Coney Island Both vessels were damaged abovethe water line At the helm of each were trained harbor pilots The mishap in the freakish fog no visibility in some areas and good visibility in to the harbor being shut down for 2y2 hours Repair went to work on the threefoot hole in the star c in the liner immediate SVERDLOVSK Soviet Russia ly after dusk whe AP Two American back to Pier 90 where she ing Co correspondents were ruled had lifted anchor just six hours an end to the Soviet threat to West Berlin will persuade the United See 2 Col 4 Soviets Bar ABC Radio Broadcast off the air tonight four hours be fore they were to report on Vice President Richard M Nixons round of visits for the Colum bia Broadcasting System and the National Broadcasting Co then refused to go on the air even though time had been arranged for them to broadcast They told a Soviet Foreign Office official they would not take unfair advantage of a competitor under the circum stances A J Popov deputy chief of the yiet Foreign Office press sec n took the action banning the ABC broadcast It was a followup to Premier Nikita Khrushchevs attack on the network for presenting what he called a distorted version of the TVrecorded part of his kitchen debate with Nixon at the Ameri can exhibit in Moscow Friday John Daly and Edward Morgan ABC newsmen accompanying Nix heatedly protested to Popov wno is among the Soviet officials with the Nixon party But Popov refused to reconsider He accused ABC of breaking its word of honor by failing to translate Khrush chevs remarks completely in the televised film of the Khrushchev Nixon debate earlier The impact was felt only as a dull thud aboard the Elizabeth Few of the ships passengers knew what had happened The American Hunter just ar See 2 Col 2 Curfew To End HARRISBURG Law rence today was scheduled to sign into law a bill ending Pennsyl vanias longstanding curfew on Sunday baseball games The bill would allow completion of any game started before 6 Previously all Sunday baseball and football games in the state were suspnded at 7 EST Lightning Said Fire Cause GLEN CAMPBELL Fire ig nited by a bolt of lightning des troyed a vacant farm house near here last night Firemen from Glen Campbell said they were unable to save the Andrew Voytus property as flames were well beyond control when we got A bolt struck the Voytus prop erty during a severe electric storm which swept through the district about 11 Firemen said the blaze was eat ing through the building when it was discovered The frame house was unoccupied Persons who were living in it moved only last week It marked the second fire at the Voytus property within the last two years Lightning struck the barn and fire subsequently d troyed that structure about two years ago No estimate of damage was giv SAYS RACE BARRED HER FROM TEACHER JOB Mrs Yukiko Tamashiro 35 a third generation American of Japan ese descent born in Hawaii se lects a book to read during a visit yesterday to the Falls Cmjrch Public Library She says her application for a job in the local schools was reject ed solely because of her race Since her turn down she lias been hired to teach at a pri vate school in nearby Vienna starting in September Jobless Fund Tax Plan Set By LEONARD A UNGEB HARRISBURG AP The Legislature has before it now a recommendation for a special tax to bolster the Commonwealths depleted unemployment compensation fund Gov Lawrences advisory committee on unemployment compensation said a rate of per top of the per cent now jbe considered re commended no specific figure It would be paid by employers on the first of earnings of each worker although the com mittee recom boost in the tax base to The committee said in a report to the governor Wednesday that a higher payroll tax would be needed should the Legislature in crease maximum See 2 en Davey Sees Unpledged Delegation HARRISPURG Law rence says Pennsylvanias power ful Democratic delegation probab ly will be unpledged for any pres idential candidate when it goes to the partys national convention next year at Los Angeles Lawrence denied at a special news conference Wednesday that the delegation would support Sen Stuart Symington of Missouri for the nomination as reported by a national syndicated columnisl Joseph He Alsop said we were for were said Lawrence a national committee man They are all in it I could be for any one of See Victories In Hawaiian Victory Hikes GOP Comeback Hopes DIVORCEE WEEPS AFTER Carole Tregoff pretty redhaired divorcee and paramour of a prominent surgeon puts her head on her manacled wrist and breaks into tears after her arraignment yesterday in West Covina Calif on charges that she helped him murder his wife She was accused of being an active participant in the slaying of Barbara Finch Earlier at the preliminary hearing of Dr Bernard Finch she admitted love for and intimacies with the surgeon AP Wirephoto MDs Girl Friend Accused In Murder WEST COVINA Calif Carole Tregoff snarled m what offiicals call a web of conflicting statements is ac cused with her lover of murdering his socialite wife Police say the shapely exmodel incriminated herself bj s In Visit To Ural Mines By JOHN SCALI SVERDLOVSK Soviet Jnion President Richard M Nixon motored deep into the semisecret Ural Mountains mining area today md received cheers every mile of the way Speaking to officials of a copper mine he visited dur ng the forenoon Nixon came out with a very strong indica ion that he favors either a quick meeting of President Eisenhower and Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev or a quick agreement at Geneva which would permit a summit conference I do not pretend that personal contact would solve the basic problems of the he said This trip of mine will be fol ower by others including contact between other he added Chemical Blast Rocks Conn Towns PORTLAND Conn AP Ex ploding chemicals shook two com munities early today and lit up the predawn sky as flames de stroyed a chemical distributing depot No deaths or injuries were reported Thirteen tanks of industrial chemicals exploded in the blaze which a fire official said appar ently had started accidentally The biggest blast which knocked sleepers from their beds here and in Middletown across the Connec ticut river came when a gallon tank of alcohol went off The flames at times burst like rocket blasts 500 feet high Flam ing debris was scattered over a wide area Sparks showered in every direction even landing on some private homes The flicker ing rooftops were wetted down quickly by firemen however Between 20 and 100 families were evacuated temporarily from their aged persons in trying to shield Ber paramour regpff 22 and her lovei Bernard charged murder in the July 18 shooting of the we surgeons 33yearold wife Barbara Miss Trfigoff was arrested in court Wednesday shortly after she sobbingly admitted at Dr Finchs preliminary hearing that she loved him and had sexual rela tions with the 41yearold surgeon The hearing continues today Deputy Dist Atty Fred N Whichello said Miss Tregoff tripped herself up when she tes iy Waste Tales Reckless Sensational11 tified Tuesday about a leather case found near the Finch home after the shooting Investigators See 2 Col 1 Toy Manchester IsJHeroine HAYS Kan a 6 pound toy Manchester is the heroine of Hays The dog leaped in front of a child Wednesday and took the strike of a rattlesnake Tina has a badly swollen head but shell recover Tina and Paula Jean Ott young iighter of Mr and Mrs Henry were walking on the Ott farm near here when they heard the rattle of the coiled snake Tina immediately jumped at the poisonous rattler By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Unex pected victories in Hawaiis voting bouyed Republican hopes today that their party may be on the comback trail Although Democrats disputed the interpretation the GOP na tional chairman Sen Thruston B Morton of Kentucky said the re sults point to Republican victories elsewhere in 1960 His party elect ed a governor lieutenant gover nor a United States senator and a majority of state senators Morton said the results in Ha waii demonstrated that hard work significant support from labor and the voters response to good gov ernment will put the Republicans back in business in next years Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx presidential elections and congressional However Senate Majority Lead There are 40 new numbers poster d at Fair View Lyndon B Johnson of Texas 294x emphasized that Democrats had i taken two of the three seats at Calhouns Ser 3rd Phil a stake in Congress These included Grand Opening Free gifts one senator and the lone House member Democrats also held on o control of the state House of Representatives Johnson said it was not surpris ng that the Republican appoint ive governor William F Quinn lad defeated Democrat John A Burns who has been Hawaiis nonvoting delegate in Congress Johnson said Quinn had plenty of time to build up his position and should have won in an area which until recent years has been overwhelmingly Republican He promised a rousing welcome in Congress for Democrats Oren E Long elected to the Senate and Daniel K Inouye who won the House seat Hiram L Fong was the Repub lican elected to the senate He and Long will determine by draw ings later the length of the terms they will serve Pointing out that Democrats have won every territorial elec tion since 1954 Republicans said the balloting demonstrated a re versal in the trend that may mark the beginning of a GOP revival in state and congressional elec tions Senate Republican Leader Ev erett M Dirksen of Illinois called the election a party outcome for his party Sen Thomas H Kuchel of Cali fornia the assistant GOP leader said the results show that thei people of our newest state have faith in the determination of the Republican party to serve and promote the interests of all of our people not just segments or fac Sen Kenneth B Keating RNY said the returns show the Repub homes a few ambulances Firemen kept from the blaze by tlie flames and intense heat were unable to examine the scene C Albert Mugford manager of the company Philipps Bros Chemical Co estimated the loss at approximately half a mil lion dollars He said the company had lost in chemical stock The outfit which employs 14 persons is in effect a warehouse It re ceives chemicals recuts them and reships them The depot housed about drums of industrial chemicals The plant is located almost un der the 100foothigh Middletown Portland highway bridge a vital See 2 Col 3 Burgess Here Has Borough Cleaned Up1 Indiana Burgess G W Marbach yesterday used one problem to solve another Confronted early in the morning with posters tacked to ulitity poles throughout the borough that were posted in violation of the borough liter ondinance as well as without permission Burgess Marbach was faced with the problem of having the signs removed About the same time during a routine cruise about the com munity in the police car the Bur gess along with a police officer noted a car filled with six youths speeding in a 25 mile zone The car also had several noveli ties obstructing the drivers vision After stopping the car it was discovered the youths ranged in age from 13 to 20 years and were residents of the ClymerStarford area Confronting the youths with the possibility of motor vehicle viola tions or the assistance of remov ing the illegal carnival signs the youths took the latter and spent a part of their day paying their fine by removing the signs The statement came in the wake of reports that he was on the verge of recommending that Pres ident Eisenhower invite Khrush chev to the United States for a visit He has repeatedly remarked that a look is worth a hundred descriptions Herbert Klein Nixons press spokesman said he is inclined to the belief Nixon referred to the hope that a way would be found for a summit conference But the drift among Nixons followers seemed to be towards recom by Khrushchev at asuitable time For fh time or Nixon really went into the mills and mines long enough to what was going on His schedule in other spots had been so tight that frequently he had less than half an hour to see things arid places that diplomats never had See In 2 Col I WASHINGTON AP The State Department told Congress today that accusations of waste and inefficiency in the for eign aid program in Viet Nam are reckless and sensational J Graham Parsons assistant secretary of state for the Far East testified before a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee We will be glad to leave to the judgment of those who hear and read Hie testimony whether our program in Viet Nam has been a fiasco or a properly ad ministered and vital contribution to the freedom of a gallant peo he said Another witness was Leonard J Saccio deputy director of the International Cooperation Admin istration who said the charges are reckless and misleading re Saccio was referring to a series of six articles by ScrippsHoward staff writer Albert Colegrove which precipiated the inquiry He quoted from one of the articles which said the United States had accomplished its main mission by keeping Viet Nam from Commu nist conquest and economic col lapse To have run a rathole opera tion as charged by Mr Colegrove and still have succeeded must come under the heading of the neatest trick of the Sac cio said James W Riddleberger xxx 5th graf ta57 Smog Smaze Going Up Too BOULDER Colo things going up these cluding smog and smaze The tiny dust and dirt particles nave reached two miles high in hcans definitely are on die comethe Colorado Rockies in sufficient numbers to pollute the mountain There are 40 new numbers post ed at Fair View 294x back trail Although the GOP lost the House seat Rep Richard M Simpson chairman of the Republi can Congressional Committee said the election shows a pow erful resurgence of political senti ment for the Republican a trend which could well hit flood tide by the time the I960 election rolls air for research A University of Colorado spokes man said pollution is interfering with work at the universitys high altitude observatory near Climax Colo Rummage Sale Community Cen ter Bldg Fri and Sat Benefit of Humana Society 294 Inside The Gazette WHITE HOUSE Hal Boyle list some facts about some of the men who have lived in the White House See his column on page 6 PURCHASE LINE Purchase Line has appointed a new football and a new basket ball coach Read about these appointments on page 16 Other Features 0 Aladdins Lamp Comics Crosswords 4 Editorial Hospital Notes Obituaries Society 8 Sporis M17 SS TV8adlu U Theater 11 World Today WEATHER Mostly cloudy quite warm and humid tonight and Friday with a few scattered showers and thundershowers High both days 87 to 93 Low tonight 67 to TL Suspend Twa Minor Players In Gambling COLUMBUS Ohio league baseball boss George M Trautman announced today dis ciplinary action against two play ers on the Chattanooga team of the Southern in the wake of an investigation of gambling Trautman issued a long report of hearings on charges that a gambler had been in touch with one or more of the Chattanooga players with a view to inducing them to throw games He announced these actions 1 For admittedly acting as liaison for a gambler in a program designed to throw Chattanooga games Jesse Levan is hereby placed on the permanently ineligi ble list 2 For attempting to obstruct the investigation by failure to tell the full truth at the first oppor tunity given him to do so player Waldo Gonzales is hereby placed on the ineligible list for a period of one year commencing July 3 1959 the date he was suspended by league President Charles A Trautman had some other orders involving other players all of whom he said were intensively interrogated apart from their teammates He said all have satisfied his office that they had no knowledge of such improprieties with the ex ceptions of Jesse Levan Waldo Gonzales James Heise Thomas McAvoy and Samuel But he said no proof had been obtained at a hearing or elsewhere the investigation progressed that a game or games had actual See 2 Col 5 Fire Delivered To Fi rehouse ENGLEWOOD Colo AP A fire was delivered to a fire in this Denver suburb When Harvey Davis a commer cial trash hauler noticed a bJazt had broken out in the back erf truck he hustled to the nearest fire station where firemen turned a hose on the truck S H Green with every purchase and repair Rogers Jewelry tfi   

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