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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family A wise man is one who thinks e his smart wisecracks too late to Use them Volume 302 Twelve Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Safurday August 8 1959 Telephone HO 55555 INDIANIAN Most New Satellite In Stable Orbit Collecting Data By STANLEY MEISLER CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Ex plorer VI the most advanced American satellite orbited in a wide sweep around the earth today and collected scientific data that may ease mans way into space The spheroid sporting four paddle vanes trying to catch energy from the sun was launched Friday at the missile test center here A ThorAble rocket 90 feet long and in three stages sent it aloft Soaring miles from earth at its highest point and jpcoming 152 miles above earth at its lowest the satellite had the longest orbit of the six artificial moons now in space It also takes six times as long as any other satellite to make a trip around the Vz hours Packed in the 142pound satel Five US Mow Orbiting NEW YORK the lite was the most comprehensive scientific package ever orbited by the United States enough instru ments to perform 15 experiments The National Astronautics anc Space Administration in Washing ton getting reports on signals transmitted by the satellite on and megacycles and new paddlewheel an undisclosed high frequency the United States that f f tested was workingperfectly plorer VI five artificial moons orbiting the Most of the experiments are de earth signed to provide vital informa The United States also has an tion for sending a man into space artificial planet orbiting the summary the instruments i i The artificial planet may last as as the cnr system barring collision The five moons Explorer I launched Jan 31 1958 with an expected space life time of five years Vanguard 1 launched March 17 1958 with an estimated space life time of 200 years or more Explorer IV launched July 26 1958 with a space lifetime of one year two months It is expected to fall about Sept 17 of this year Vanguard II launched Feb 17 1959 with an estimated space life time of more than 100 years Explorer VI launched Aug 7 Measure the Intensity anc length of the deadly radiation in City County EDITION Seven Cenh PIKE FIRE Arthur Stewart Dies In PreDawn Blaze Young Tenant Escapes By BILL HASTINGS County News Editor A 27yearold Indiana man burned to death today when ire gutted his mothers house in East Pike Victim of the blaze has been identified as Arthur Lloyd tewart son of Mrs Roxie Stewart 54 Stevenson Ave Remains of Stewarts body were found in the charred uins of the frame home after firemen had brought the blaze under control His mother a practical nurse was not at home when re broke out in the onestory dwelling just before 4am he was reportedly working at an Indiana residence A who occupied n adjoining apartment was roused smoke and escaped the fire It was smoke that woke me Henry Duriansic of Vander rift a junior at Indiana State eachers College said following he tragedy But I didnt know FIRESWEPT EAST PIKE view the remains of the Mrs Roxie Stewart home where her son Arthur perished in an earlymorning fire today Stewarts body was found along the living room wall at the left of the photo The main section of the house was gutted by the fire of undetermined origin Gazette photo by Sipos the belts aYouhdthir earth 2 Demonstrate whether See 2 Col 5 that hover today strike Threaten Strike Of Rock Buyers LITTLE ROCK Ark of the top segregationist leaders the Police Look For HitRun Car Operator threatened a buyers against downtown mer Navy Developing Long Range Radar For ICBMs By ELTON C FAY WASHINGTON AP A new radar device to spy jceans and give a quick report on ballistic missile day launchings is being developed the U S Navy says If one negro even attempts to could be used as one means of uncover atterid a white high tests nuclear weapons in violation of any inter Amis Guthridge we are calling national agreement on the people of every school disDr William J Thaler of the Office of Naval Research trict in Arkansas to stage aand father of the new radar setup called Project Tepee buyers strike against Little Rock Main Street Merchants and tinuing their investigation for a car involved in a threevehicle 1959 with an estimated space life accident last night at the inter time of more than a year The artificial planet Pioneer I section of Philadelphia and Third Streets IV was launched March 3 1959 Police said they are searching and has a space lifetime for the unknown operator of a ured in millions of years Polio Cases On Increase Across US WASHINGTON num ber of paralytic polio cases con to increase last week but the pace was slowed somewhat j The total for the United States last week was 183 a record to the Schroft auto The accident ber for 1959 the Public Health Service reported Friday That was an increase of eight occurred about over the total for the week before Early last month the figure had1 A mm jtfltP I PH jumped 50 per cent in one week j For the first eight months of Of rGrTV the year there have been cases In the same pe PITTSBURGH Lu against every firm that employs Indiana Borough Police are conjeven one Guthridge attorney for the Seg regationist Capital Citizens Coun cil also said his organization had planned other actions in connec tion with integration but said he couldnt reveal it Grainger Williams President of the Little Rock Chamber of Com merce when asked to comment said he felt additional comment would be in poor Guthrie charged the merchants of Main St and Little Rock Ne gros are working as a team to make the parents of Little Rock submit to integration regardless of their own or their childrens Guthridge said the merchants claim they want peaceful public All they need to do is tell Daisy Bates to tell the Negroes to go to Horace Mann and we will have permanent peace in Little In this Guthridge hit at the Committee for Peaceful Operation of Our Public Schools a new group of civic and business lead ers Daisy Bates is Mrs L C Bates Arkansas head of the Na tional Assn for the Advancement car that ran into the rear of an other vehicle stopped for the red light causing that vehicle to ram a third car After the collision police added the car in question either had its lights broken or operator turned them off backed the car away and left the scene of the accident Operators of the two cars dam the crash of the unknown Mrs D S Oak and Joseph A Schroft Park Mich Six Whites Arrested In Negro Blast WILMINGTON Del en white men have been arrested in connection with the first of two explosions that ripped through a said Friday night Negro home Delaware State Police Capt John Herbert said after Fridays announcement of the arrests that officials expect more to follow Herbert did not explain whether they might be in connection with the first blast last April 7 that caused damage or the latest explosion last Sunday that com pletely wrecked the home of Mr and Mrs George The Rayfields and their teen age daughter were not at home at either time The Rayfields were the first and only Negro family to move ints the previously all white nearby community of Collins Park last January I would hope you could double he warning This would mean that the Unit ed States would have almost 30 minutes instead of 15 minutes possible under the system now being built in which to launch counterweapons Military men figure it would take about 30 minutes for a missile fired in the Soviet Union to reach the United States Thaler 33 talked to newsmen about the project Asked if the Navy had tested the device against Soviet ICBM testing launchings he replied Trials with the device which he said is still in the early bread board developmental stage have worked at what amount to inter continental miles Thaler said the device is located at an undisclosed place in conti See 2 Col 6 riod last year there were 579 such cia Como 77 mother of TV singerof Colored People and Horace Mann is a Negro high school Guthrfdge set a deadline of 9 Monday for the merchants cases In 1955 before Salk polio Perry vaccine was available parafor a Como underwent surgery leg amputation Friday at lytic cases wtre reported in the Mercy Hospital She is reported first eight months getting along very The Public Health Service Mrs Como a resident of Can that 83 per cent of this years poonsburg was admitted to the Ho victims both paralytic and hospital earlier in the week She been Negroes has been suffering from diabetes and that more than 75 per cent of for many years the paralytic victims had not The singing star flew to Pitts any polio vaccine burgh to be with his mother to assure declined elaborate further to Inside The Gazette NEW John Marufka signs for the Pittsburgh Pirates See this and other sports on page 7 BENNETTS Bennetts back with his column written about the Washington scene See editorial page 6 Features AUddini lamp toiuicn 8 1011 xu to Editorial Notes Obituaries Society Sporti 7 n ft 2 5 1 Town Teen Talk 3 WEATHER Partly cloudy and mild tonight Sunday rather cloudy with a chance of a icw showers and little temperature change Six Perish In ND Crash STEELE N D head on car crash killed six persons near here Friday Victims were an Indiana couple three Canadi a woman from Great aus and Britain Dead were Harry Sasek 41 his wife Vivian 38 and Archie Groves 72 Mrs Saseks father all of St James Canada Groves sister Elsie Groves about 65 of London England and Dale Richard French 55 Hammond and his wife Elizabeth 49 Highway patrolmen said cause of the accident was not clear to them Hie cars met headon in about the middle of U S Highway 10 Neither car overturned Vis ibility was good Police and wrecker truck operators worked more than an hour to extricate f bodies Bedford Co Boy Dies Of Polio JOHNSTOWN Pa Good Cut11 For GIs With Jap Swords NEW YORK GI are in for a good cut if the own certain ancient Samura swords considered by Japan to be national treasures The Japanese Artistic Swore Preservation Assn has launchec a treasure hunt for 42 of th fiercelooking twohanded blade believed brought home by Amer can servicemen after World Wa II The 42 are among an estimatec carted home by the men Junzo Sato representative of th association said Friday he wa prepared to present suitabl gifts to any one returning a va uable Samurai sword The mos treasured blades the ones bein sought date back to the llth an 12th centuries The value of the swords depend on the name of the sword make which is inscribed on the 30inc blade or the name of the fanu to which it belongs Sato said During the war the swords wer turned out by the thousands ar Sato said he was not interested in these Sato said the Japanese consu late general here will receive re turned swords and determine whether he Stewart was in there r Duriansic and Thomas Medvide a neighbor attempted to break in o the main section of the flame iigulfed home but they were driven back by intense heat and moke Members of the Indiana Volun See 2 Col I Ikes Europe August26 WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Eisenhower begins his Eurd pean meetings with Allied leaders ibout Aug planning to get Western signals straight for his talks with Soviet Premier Nikita At the start they were plagued ory Carpenter 11yearold son of i whether they are the treasured by demonstrations Then thingsGeorge Carpenter of Manns quieted down until the explosion April 7 There were no other demonstra tions or violence until Sundays ex See 2 Col S Dance tonite Sat tfx Choice died early today in Me morial Hospital where he was ad mitted Wednesday suffering from polio ones Finding 12 swords among a batch of a third of a million is somewhat like looking for a needle iin a haystack Sato said And he Bedford County officials said I added wryly There are more the youth received his third shot of Salk polio vaccine June 8 1957 States than there are in Samurai swords in the United Khrushchev Eisenhower first will fly to Lon don for several days of informal alks with British Prime Minis er Harold Macmillan On Sept 2 IB will go to Paris for talks with French President Charles de Officials in Washington and Bonn also are discussing a possi le meeting with West German Ihancellor Konrad Adenauer White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty announced hese details of the President European itinerary Friday as the capital continued preparations fo Khrushchevs visit Sept 15 The President will return the visit by going to Moscow later this fall The State Department said tha Secretary of State Christian A Herter would accompany th President to his meetings with th Allied leaders Hagerty said he did not know whether Mrs Eisenhower woul go to London and Paris with th President In announcing the London meei ing with Macmillan Hagerty sai that the President is looking for ward to the opportunity presente by the visit to review with th prime minister important aspect of the current world This will be the President first visit to the United Kingdom since he took he continued and he is grateful for the chance to renew his associations with many old friends in the United The press secretary announcing the Paris visit said that Eisen hower will be happy to have the occasion to discuss with President de Gaulle questions of common interest and looks forward to re newing his old friendship with the President of Advance Fair Ticket Sales Underway Moneysaving admission tickets for the Indiana County Fair are now on sale at various locations throughout the county The Fair be held August 31 through ept 5 at the J S Mack Com munity Center The general admission tickets elling for one dollar will save he purchaser two dollars over he daily admission fee These spe ial tickets are sold only in ad vance of the opening day of the Fair Aug 31 Officials said Saturday Aug 29 s the final day of this advanced sale Tickets may be secured at the bilewing locations Clymer Hardware Henrys Strv ce Purchase Gfomleys Chevrolet in HiilsdaH Homer City Feed John Bence in Marion Center Lukeharts Hardware in Plumville D and M Market in Penn Run Shinglers 3rocery in Brush Valley West Lebanon Bank and the following ocations in Indiana Penn Furni ure First National Bank Indiana News Hess Bros Restaurant Rogers Jewelry Store Allisons Barber Shop Henry Hall Peter sons Hardware Ruffners Ma bon McCormick Farm Im plement Allied Club Treasurers office and Barclays1 Hardware Each of the locations selling tfaa moneysaving tickets a spe ciai Indiana County Fair sign on display At Least 11 Killed In Dynamite Truck Search For More Victims In Oregon Blast ROSEBURG Ore are being sent to a laboratory for j lion dollars business blocks of this southern testing The truck loaded with two tons Oregon city seared and shattered Some 100 persons were stick dynamite and tons of when a truck load of explosives blew up like a bomb were sealed off by the National Guard today while searchers sought more vic tims At least 11 persons were killed early Friday when the tons of dynamite and other explosives detonated after fire spread to the parked truck from a nearby build ing blaze by the blast 52 of them requiring I the explosive mixture of am hospital treatment jmonium nitrate and oil had been The explosion which eyewitj parked near the Gerretsen Build nesses said sent a column of flame j ing Supply Co building for the I hundreds of feet into the air i night driver George Ruth caused extensive damage to an eight block section on the edge of the main business district Build ings in some 22 blocks around the blast scene were damaged to a erford 47 of Chehalis Wash It is believed that a fire started in trash cans and then spread to the Gerretken structure Firemen were fighting the fire which lesser extent Firemen said they spread at Coroner C H Babbitt said hehad reports of windows beingthe truck blew up with a deafen broken as far away as seven i miles Arlo Jacklin mayor of this city mg roar a block away He was thrown to Pressure Mounts For Steel Peace NEW YORK 25day old steel strike seemed as far away from settlement as ever to day and pressure was mounting in Congress to have President Ei senhower intervene Friday Steelworkers Union President David J McDonald joined company spokesmen and mediators in saying that recent reports of progress were unfound ed Negotiations will resume Mon day after a weekend recess In Washington 32 Senate Demo crats have sponsored a resolution urging Eisenhower to try to speed a settlement in the strike which experts estimate has already cost both company and workers more than a billion dollars in wages and orders The resolution was offered Tues day by Sen Stuart Symington D Mo who has asked that it be left open for other signers until next Tuesday when it will be referred to the Senate Labor Committee Sen Lyndon B Johnson D the Senate Majority Lead er has indicated he is taking no part in pushing the resolution but 31 senators have joined Syming ton in signing it The strike has idled half a mil the ground Gerald Butler a EuUion Steelworkers and shut down gene insurance man who came to Rutherfords aid said Rutherford screamed Let me go Let me go Ive got to go down almost 90 per cent of the nations steel production It is estimated that more than workers in transportation and mining have there and see how many people I been thrown out of work as a re Ive The blast scattered embers over suit of the strike The resolution if passed would was certain that there were other deaths He said ashes believed to be the remains of humans were found in a charred rooming house near the blast scene The ashes i would probably total 10 to 12 It exploded when he was j condemn a wide area and a number ofjput Congress on recond as favor smaller fires were started ling two moves The first would The known dead all lived injbe to have the President sumntoo Roseburg union and industry leaders to Mayor Jacklin surveying the j White House and use hii influenco tragedy that struck his city saidto have them reach agreement Its going to be a long tune be Rutherford said he heard the j tore we even think of rebuilding of said property damage sirens and rushed to move the1 Weve got a lot of buildings to If that failed the President would be expected to let dead line for agreement Dance toaito Sat   

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