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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Poor handwriting sometimes does a splendid job of covering up mistakes in spelling County Newspaper That Serves Every Metnber of the Family Volume 298 City if if EDITION August 4 End Prejudice Nixon Pleas In Ghetto Talk At Site Of Mass Killings By JOHN SCALI WARSAW Poland Vice President Richard M Nixon visited the site of mass executions during World War II today then made a plea for the end of racial prejudice as he stood on the spot of War saws destroyed Jewish ghetto He coupled his pleas with the warning there must never be another war because cities such as Warsaw would be destroyed He stood before the remains of NIKITA PONDERS Requests Courtesy To Nikita By ERNEST B VACCARO WASHINGTON AP Sen John Sparkman D Ala proposed today a cam r public understand sist the almost Indescribab7eing to insure a safe and court suffering of the Jewish people in eous U S reception for So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev Sparkman a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee was among a ma jority on Capitol Hill who Poland and other As we move into what we hope will be a period of peace and of good will whatever be our eco nomic or social philosophies we must all unite to fight against prejudice and racial hatred be cause here is what happens when such passions are Nixjapplauded President Eisen howers decision to exchange visits with the Soviet leader There were some however who angrily protested like Sen Thom as J Dodd DConn who called on said Earlier he had gone to Palmiry Forest where he laid a wreath on the site of graves of Poles slaughtered in Nazi mass execu 41 tions early in World War II He laid a special wreath on the the grave of Janusz Kusocinsk Polands run winner in the Los Angeles Olympics See At 2 Col 5 in Ike Housing Veto Not To Be Opposed Eisenhowers invitation a nation al The Khrushchev visit he said will discourage millions of neu trals throughout the world and re duce the will of our own people to resist the evil forces of com Sen Homer E Capehart R Ind similarly protested what he called the danger That we may again be taken in by the See Page 2 Col 2 WASHINGTON AP The But generalreaction among Senate Housing subcommittee toCongress members and among day voted 54 against trying to override President Eisenhowers housing bill veto It then set out to write new legislation Sen John Sparkman the subcommittee chairman said he was confident the new bill would be close to the 000 one that the President reject ed The three Republicans on the Friendlier Attitudes In Steel Talks FRANKIE FRISCH hi different field 3rd League Boon To BaseballFrisch By BILL HASTINGS County News Editor The third major league will be a boon to baseball ac cording to one of the games immortal Frisch The hall of Fame member who won glory as the Ford riam Flash lauded the recent formation of the third league in his talk at the convocations assembly this morning on the Indiana State Teachers College campus I think it will be an incentive for more youngsters to NEW YORK apget into the onetime manager of the St Louis subcommittee and two Dcmojpeared to get a little friendlier iCardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates stated crats Sparkman and Sen J Wil lism Fulbright joined to defeat a motion by Sen Paul H Douglas DI11 that a recommen today in contract negotiations forP the strikebound steel industry There was no change in the pos itions of negotiators for 12 major dation be made to override the steel firms and the United Steel veto Douglas was backed by three j workers Union Federal Mediator Bother Democrats Joseph F Finnegan reported aft Sparkman declared some puber a joint session An lic housing would be meeting was scheduled for Eisenhower had asked for no new i Wednesday units Ben Franklin Seeks Grundy Successor Benjamin Franklin Joint School i As the parties went into the A The subcommittee decided to sion at midmorning they looked 1S in te market for a keep in the new bill the following tense and strained They hadivising Principal it was announced Frisch also said in provisions which the administrablamed each other in bitter state following last nights meeting tion opposed ments at the end of a meetingthe new school on West Pike 1 A 50million direct loan proMonday for failure to settle the Members accepted the resigna of Arthur J Grundy as the Frisch commented on the for mation of the new league in ans wering the question Do you favor the big bonuses paid to untested rookies The alltime great second base man said he opposed the bonus plan but added wait until this third league gets into operation be bidding for baserunning gram for housing for the elderly industry shutdown Special C of C Meet Changed A meeting of the heads of all Indiana service clubs and the board of directors of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce will be held here Tuesday night Aug 11 Members are urged to note the meeting will not be held to night but on Aug 11 Hoffas Folks Rapped On Labor Moves WASHINGTON AP Rep Graham A Barden DNC today accused representatives of organ ized labor of trying to take over the House Labor Committee in the drafting of labor control legisla tion Barden the Labor Committee chairman made his charge be fore the House Rules Committee in asking that the House be per mitted to debate the legislation with no gag or parliamentary strings Denouncing labor union repre sentatives for what he called rep rehensible actions during the com mittees six weeks of billdrafting sessions Barden declared Hof fas folks and the AFLCIO have sought to move in and take over the chairmanship and run the committee I have been many years in the House but this has been the most trying experience I have had in my Bardens reference to Hoffas folks apparently meant represen tatives of Teamsters President James R Hoffa who has opposed the legislation Earlier today Republican con gressional leaders urged President Eisenhower to use every available means in stirring up support for legislation aimed at curbing abus es in labor unions Rep Charles A Halleck of In diana and Sen Everett M Dirk sen of Illinois the two leaders said they strongly recommended to the President at a breakfast meeting that he convey to the country hjs impression of labor abuses as disclosed in Senate hearings Halleck said he suggested that Eisenhower use radio and televi sion facilities if necessary What course the President will take Halleck said was not decided Barden was the leadoff witness in what promised to be an ex Theyre all down on offended Rules Committee hearings DATES Sept 816 Believed Best Time ANNOUNCES Eisenhower in a Washington press conference announces that he will make a trip to Russia and that Soviet Premier Khrushchev will tour the U S NEA Telephoto WASHINGTON AP Speculation on the precise date for Soviet Premier Ni kita S Khrushchevs visit to the United States ranged to day from Sept 8 to Sept 16 The choice depends at least in part on the Communist chiefs own planning for use of a worldwide sounding board Khrushchev has expressed interest in being in this coun try when the United Nations General Assembly convenes in New York Sept 15 Officials close to the negotia tions for an exchange of visits be tween Khrushchev and President Eisenhower insist nothing so exact as an arrival date has been de cided The White House and the Kremlin in announcing the plan Monday spoke only generally of midSeptember with a stay of two or three days in Washington and a 10day tour of the country Informants say such details usually are left to a highlevel See Sept 2 CoL 1 is a lost the handle trouble with However 2 A item for pur wchase of cooperative housing days discussions mortgages by the Federal Nationa friendly though there was no in today Thats the Pittsburgh the on procedure to govern debate Pir Finnegan said concluded to on the He said that their positions the negotiators school administrator and said the speaker asserted in des plications are being accepted at i crbing the trend at home run al Mortgage Assn 3 A system of financing foj urban renewal program under j seemed to be tackling the probi RD 2 head of the he added in discussing the would come dilem in a less sterile way than i tion committee plight of the Pirates Theyve the supervising principals office and not baserunning Interested persons may also send Picked them to finish high their applications to Merle Craig and 1m verv disappointed in In other action board members which the money rectly from the Treasury without Previously action by congressional approprial Finnegan said they were taking hired Mrs Carolyn Sparks Indi tions committees The administralan overall look at the contract as a fourth grade teacher to 1947 tion objects to this as backdoorproblem and he described this as and Mrs Dorothy Johnson Incli financing better than general iana as cafeteria manager The These were the major aclminisII was the third joint session of board also recommended that Mrs trationopposed provisions deleted he negotiators since the unions j Johnson attend the cafeteria man by the subcommittee strike halted almost 90 per cent agers workshop at the school Aug 1 Extension of the permissive the nations steel production term of FHA and VA mortgages i three weeks ago The second such meeting held Monday failed to break their prolonged deadlock Homr City Legion Party tonight 58 for 200 Early Bird 298xH from 30 to 5 years 2 Lowering of the permissive for President Eisenhowers ar gument that the vetoed measure was inflationary down payment requirements FHA mortgages Sen Harrison A Williams Jr DNJ said that stripping thesel two sections of the bill should 10 to 14 Elmer Trautwein of the building and grounds committee reported fallen apart thats Frisch managed the Pirates You should have seen some of those clubs See 2 Col fi Wants 4th Poiio Shot Not 1st 3 LITTLE ROCK Ark that the new addition of the school The caller was concerned bv when Arkansas polio epidemic AP about the 195960 term begins I want to know where I can get my fourth polio he asked Traffic Survey Underway Here A crew of traffic survey inter viewers began operations yester day on the main highsvays in and around Indiana Purpose of the Pennsylvania De partment of Highways survey is to determine the amount and di rection of the traffic flow in this area Officials requested the coopera tion in the project In order that an accurate survey may be made The count and interviewing will resume Wednesday and will con tinue for about two weeks S H Green Stamps with Whv not eo back where vou cot CalhounsSer every purchase and repair at the first thrS suggested Dr E St Grand Opening Free gifts 299x Rogers Jewelry Un Inside The Gazette tfx j Easley assistant state health officer Oh I havent the man POINT OF William Ingersoll speaks today about the expansion of urban areas See his Point of View on page 6 PLUMVILLE Plumville defeats Lucerne in Greater County League action See this and other sports on page 7 Other AUddtna Lamp CUwlfledt Cumlct KM I 88 10 HosplUI Obltiurlet Soolrty TVIUdto s 5 World Today a Barden and other critics of the committee bill a measure criti cized by a majority of committee members want it sent to the floor under rules permitting unlimited amendments Federal Road Delay Cuts Work In State Highways Secretary Park H tin today described the federal aid program for high s as so uncertainthat he plans to delay awards of up to 125 million dollars in construction contracts Until the picture is clarified in Washington we are go ing to hold up on contracts but will proceed engineering and design he told the Associated Press Flood Survivor Now 100 Yrs Old SOMERSET Pa AP A Somerset County woman who sur interstate program for which the vived the Johnstown flood in 1889 government puts up 90 per cent Martin referred to last weeks action in Washington by the House Ways and Means Committee rec ommending a slowdown in federal aid for roads principally the huge Lightning Kills 2 Girl Scouts In Ohio Camp AKRON Ohio struck in the midst of a group of Girl Scout campers before dawn today killing two and injuring two Sally Parker 14 of Cleveland heights Ohio and June Gamble 13 of Media were dead when camp counselors reached their tent Two girls from suburban Cleve land Marilyn Featherstuni 13 and Lynn Wiesenberger 12 hurt along with her husband cele brated her 100th birthday today Mrs Annie Oaks of Hoovers ville R D 1 is described by doc tors as in good health and still quick of mind Mrs Oaks a native of Shade is the mother of 11 children nine of whom are still living She has 23 grandchildren 26 great grandchildren and 2 greatgreat grandchildren and the state 10 per cent of the cost Martin said no decision has been made on which contracts will be delayed but that they would in clude most large projects He de clined to identify them Martin said his highways bud get requests would not be appre ciably affected if Congress con tinues to provide aid for primary secondary and urban roads This is done on a 5050 basis Uses Tricks Of Suburban Downtown Toledo Fights To Lure Back Shopping Center Business TOLEDO Ohio AP Down1 said traffic on the rims of the I leveled back of the new curbs and The first was treated for knee The second was in good condition with stomach burns They had been sleeping side by side in a tent adjoining the other one Officials of Camp Julia Crowell said the lightning bolt struck 3 tree and glanced into the two tents The camp between hem and Cleveland contains 125 girlsT One of the girls who was killed officials refused to say which one was standing in the door way of the tent when the bolt struck her in the forehead She apparently had been awakened by the thunderstorm which broke about 3 Bank Files Against Belle had the said 1 first just want the fourth one Ive heard thats the Harry Leech Passes Away Harry W Leech 245 North Four th formerly an active member and director of the Indiana Coun ty Fair Association passed away last evening in Bashline Hospital Grove City He was 76 town Toledo fighting to hold its retail business from the lure of shopping centers in the outskirts is using some of the tricks of its suburban rivals The city began Monday a 45day trial of four downtown pedestrian malls complete with grass trees flowering shrubs blooming flow ers benches and a playground malls was heavy but kept ing smoothly Michael Yamin president of La flowtopped with sod 350 Salles Department Store said the i trees more than 100 shrubs and mall idea was a shot in the arm i some flowering plants To for downtown Toledo It looks nurserymen supplied these for the kiddies to top what the shopping tremely Mrs Paul Rausch of Napoleon Ohio here with her husband said We came only out of curiosity but I like the atmosphere and at cost The background of the can be traced back to many plans over many years to brighten up downtown Toledo But the idea McKEESPORT AP Peoples Union Bank and Trust Co or McKeesport took legal action day to attach any insurance policy that may be held by Pittsburgh financier Earl Belle who is under Federal indictment for fraud Belle who headed several big ifirms in the Pittsburgh area be square yards they coliapsedi is a fugitive in Brazil where his wife gave birth to a son July 15 The bank claims Belle owes it nearly on notes The legal action consisted of filing a writ of foreign attachment against Belle m s and three insurance firms An attorney for the bank said The workmen set out 110 young centers offer the malls include an elongated pool containing five penguins from the Toledo Zoo and well be back Its a big improve1 caught on early this year when six teams from the Toledo chap Carl Clymer of Fremont Ohio ter of the American Institute of at other spots Saturday from themost Toledo Museum of Art All this where only four days ago were only asphalt cement ever To get space for the malls the a face lift CLARION Pa AP A c a p jsome population could get j knocked down four steel posts said the mall was by far the j Architects began putting down on sensible thing Toledo has j paper their thoughts on how the done to improve business downtown section of this city of the action seeks to attach any pol icy Belle may have with the in surance firms brick and the busy bustle of ve city shut off two blocks each of j After the 45day trial is over the hicular traffic J Adams Street and Madison Ave1 mall proponnents will appraise the Thousands pponded as of the Toledoans re malls officially A complete obituary appears milling through the four WEATHKU Wednesday partly cloudy hot and humid with a chance of scat tered Umndershowers High 87 to 93 Ruin expected tonight todays Indiana Evening Gazette Who Rink is Miss Indiana Roller Come ajid see tonight block area and as was hoped dropping in at the stores around it to browse and buy nue between Huron and St Clair value of the downtown center If streets Thirteen bus lines were it has been a success if the rerouted Over the week end 150 work men placed feet of asphalt jcurb to outline curving walkways Inspector Frank Baumgartner jdown the center of the mall 304 of the Police Traffic Bureau blocks Eighty tons of topsoil wasjsystein center indicates a con tinued trend toward downtown stores city and county officials will begin planning for a perma nent and more elaborate mall along Route 322 near here overturned Monday night killing three youths and seriously injur ing another The dead were Michael decker 16 John E Martz 1A both of Clarion and Williwq Gourley 19 of Clarion R P t Patrick Hepinger 15 of was reported in at Clarion Hospital   

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