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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana County Newspaper that Serves Every Member of the Family all to fo especially when TV commercial tomes on 306 City EDITION Indiana Pehnsylvartia Wedhesday August 12 1959 Two Sections In Terms of Growth ond What Does ISTC To Indiana County By BILL HASTINGS Gazette news editor IN TERMS OF GROWTH Indiana State Teachers College promises to be one of the biggest jewels in the countys crown for many years According to Dr Willis E Pratt college president enrollment for the 195960 term will probably be students almost twice as many as it was ten years ago rs The enrollment atthe campus has been climbing each year since World tinue on an upward tren II and is expected to con at least until 1970 By that time we should have between and OOOjstudents depending on our college of ficials The projected ment calls for he 196061 Dr WUlto E Pratt and students by J The authorities empha size that these projected figures have been designed on a conservative basis We have discovered in past years that our actual enrollment usually ex ceeds our predicted fi This demand for higher learning has catapulted be yond the fondest dreams of persons in the education field The college stresses the pertinent fact that the postwar baby boom hasnt reached the nations campus jes that the nation may expect a greater demand for collegiate studies in years to come This serves to illus trate the growth the college may expect and in the same vein thte growth the community and area may envision 4141 FOURTEEN YEARS AGO there were 86 members on the colleges faculty Today that figure is 159 As the student body grows so will the faculty College authorities say the professional staff may 178 by 1962 190 by 1965 and may be as many as 230 by 1970 What does this mean to Indiana It means more jobs more home owners more families and greater prosperity The colleges projected growth will also mean more dollars in the pockets of Indiana County businessmen property owners and workers It has been conservatively estimated that students will spend in allowances in the county year By 1965 the total may reach the mark and by 1970 well over million NOT THE LEAST important item in the schools growth will be the budget The campus will operate the 195960 year on a budget of By 1965 this figure will very like ly be neighborhood of per year and by Continued on Page 12 Col 1 Police Clear Woman In Door Sales State Police officials said today the complaints received yesterday that a woman and her daughter were soliciting funds for a local physician are unfounded Complaints were received by In diana Borough Police and referred to State Police stating that money was being solicited in White Town ship by the local woman Investigation by State Police has proven that the woman was not collecting funds for a new office for a local doctor The woman vCs entirely within her rights as a doortodcor salesperson selling place settings made by herself and her husband to supplement their income Police said after tracing the complaint letter of intro duction was stood by the person approached by the saleswoman It was pointed out however that a permit is necessary for doorto door sales within Indiana Borough costing five or more dollars a day according to local police No such permit is required in White Township Claims Some Gl Orderlies Are Needed WASHINGTON retired colonel who is now a congress man doesnt think much of a new Army order reducing the number df orderlies assigned to officers Rep Frank Kowalski DConn has been gunning for months against what he considers im proper use of GIs as servants But the new order Kowalski said retains orderlies for gener als while eliminating them for of ficers in the one place where orderlies are clearly need ed and Under wartime Kowalski said even a captain commanding a company needs an orderly Hes got enough to do without having to drive his own jeep put up his own tent and rustle up his own food but at home in peacetime its a differ ent story Generals dont need military servants to walk dogs and do their wives INTEGRATE Nikita To See Bases Says Ike Choice Left Up To Reds GETTYSBURG Pa AP Eisenhower said today that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is being invited to see some military intervening in the fourweek to the United States if he wishes The Soviet leader will be given a wide range of choice on the kind of installations open to him the President told a news conference li he does not want to see any establishments thats okay too Discussing the Khrushchev visit beginning inmidSeptember Ei senhower said he intends to tell the Soviet leader that bases abroad are purely defensive and threaten no one He also plans Eisenhower said to ask why Khrushchev does not permit progress in improvement of EastWest relations which Ei senhower considers necessary for a summit conference Khrushchev told a Moscow news conference last Wednesday if he is invited to see an American mili tary installation I would hot He added he would go to America as a peaceful man and would not have any rocket sticking out of his poweC said ine is most anxious for Khrushchev to see the finei small modest homes in which Americans live including those in such specific places as the Cevittown housing develop ment and the community around the Fairless steel plant in Penn sylvania Eisenhower said he would like to take Khrushchev on a flying trip around Washington in his helicopter rso See 12 Col 1 New Students Register Now At Indiana Families new to the Indiana area who have members of high school age were reminded today to pre register any new students who ex pect to attend Indiana Joint High School this fall Principal Lambert Joseph ex plained today that all such stu dents must be registered before the first day of school if they are to be assigned to a program be ginning Sept 9 Students new to the system will be sent home for the first day or two if they are not Mr Joseph pointed out that an alltime high enrollment of well over students is expected this year For this reason it is doubly important that new students re gister as soon as possible Registration may be made at the high school office between and noon and 1 to Students enrolled in the high school last year or in the Parochi al Keith any of the borough ele mentary or Benjamin Franklin schools are automatically regist ered County Fair Deadline Near Deadline for entries in the In dlana County Fair is this Satur day Fair officials reminded all In terested persons today that no entries may be made after I Saturday Aug 15 The office of the Fair Secre tary at the Seventh Street en trance to the J S Mack Com munity Center is open each eve liUng from 8 to 9 weekdays and from 2 Saturday AntiCastro Band Still Holding Up HAVANA small band Castro conspirators was reported still holding out in cen tral Cuba today as government raiders continued their roundup over the country of persons sus pected of plotting against Fidel Castro Maj Raul Castro brother of the prime minister and command erinchief of the armed forces told an American Marine who had been accidentally caught in the dragnet that suspects had been seized Unofficial sources said most probably would be released after police sort them out in a hunt for ring leaders The report of the holdout con spirators came from Mario Ku chilan a Cuban journalist and ra dio commentator close to Prime Minister Castro Kuchilan said a small group were at large in Las Villasprovince in central Cuba He v gave no details Earlier here had been uncon firmed reports of government troops skirmishing with antiCas tro forces in this agricultural re gion jwhich is deeply concerned with Ahe revolutionary regimes land reform program Kuchilan also charged that the Dominican Republics dictator Generalissimo Rafael Trujillo lad contributed and a ton of arms toward the conspiracy Kuchilan urged students and other Cubans to cable the InteiAmeri can Foreign Ministers Conference in Santiago Chile demanding the expulsion of the Dominican Re public from the Organization of American States No date yet was set for Cas iros television and radio report to the nation on the alleged con spiracy This led to speculation that there were still some rem nants to be cleaned up But a gov ernment spokesman said Castro is about ready to take to the air again Presidential Minister Luis Buch denied Washington columnist Drew Pearsons report that Cas tro had been wounded last week end Tensions In Caribbean American Foreign Ministers Open Meeting SANTIAGO Chile Fororooosal for creation of an Inter visinne SANTIAGO Chile AP For eign ministers of the 21 American republics begin talks today on ten sions in the Caribbean area A toward enforcement of hu man rights was slowly taking shape The conference was to begin with a welcoming address by Chilean President Jorge Alessan dri Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter was to reply on behalf of the foreign ministers Keen interest in the human rights issue was demonstrated Tuesday night when El Salvadors Ifkrado Ortiz Mancia circulated a proposal for creation of an Inter American Commission of Human Rights It would be set up by the Council of the Organization of American States The proposal also asks the InterAmerican Councilof Jurists to prepare study of fulfillment of the principles of human rights and representative democracy in the Caribbean Carlos Tovar of Ecuador was readying a separate project call ing on the jurists to draw up an InterAmerican treaty guarantee ing human rights that would bind the members to observe its pro visions The declaration now in effect has no binding force Uruguay and Venezuela also have specific items on the con ference agenda dealing with hu man rights So has Cuba which has called for an InterAmerican Court of Human Rights The general argument here is that if human rights and repre sentative democracy can be en couraged tensions resulting from the presence of dictatorships will tend to disappear The ministers are expected to consider the various proposals with caution however in view of hemisphere tradition of not inter fering in each others fares At an afternoon session Herter and the other foreign ministers will begin making policy state ments The Secretary was expected to tell the conference that action must be taken to preserve peace in the Caribbean On his arrival Tuesday night Herter read a brief statement say ing The peoples of America are determined to develop political land economic institutions which will meet the deep aspirations of i See 12 Col 4 Sole Civil War Survivor Critical HOUSTON Tex AP Walter Williams 116yearold sole survi vor of the Civil War armies re mained in critical condition today from effects of pneumonia The nations oldest veteran who served as a forage master with rioods Texas Brigade in the Con federate Army was fed through an eyedropper Tuesday night Earlier his daughter Willie Mae Bowles said the old soldier re fuses to eat refuses to speak re fuses to do Williams was fed a mixture of milk egg and water Its up to the Lord Mrs Bowles said I just dont see how hes going to make it She has cared for her father since he moved here from his Franklin farm three years ago Free coffee and donuts at Su pinkas Pie Cookie Box demon stration Friday Saturday Aug 1415 Indiana Store 306xS Ubers Appliance Store now in their new location 824 Phila St IxU Eagles Party eve nite Thursday Wed tfx CoralGracetoa Fire Co party Plans No Move In Strike GETTYSBURG Pa AP Eisenhower said today he has no1 intention of intervning in the fourweek old steel strike unless it de velops into a national emer gency Eisenhower told his news con ference that he couldnt think of anything more objectionable than for any agency of the federal gov ernment except the mediation step into laborman agement negotiations without de velopment of an emergency situa tion He said the law provides for free untrammeled negotiations without intervention by the feder al government other than media tors Told there had been a sugges tion that the steel strike must be settled before Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev comes here Sept 15 Eisenhower ridiculed the idea He asked Dont we want Khrushchev to see the United States as a freedomloving coun try It would be a shallow kind of thinking to believe the strike must be settled before the Soviet leader arrives Eisenhower said He remarked that democracy is at its strongestj when there is co operation between labor and management rather than strikes But he said hevdidjit want regi mentation to bring about such co operation Differences In House Labor Bills WASHINGTON are the major differences in the three labor bills under debate in the House Committee bill backed by Speaker Sam Rayburn Guarantees rights to union mem bers If these are violated mem bers must seek a remedy in union channels for six months before going into court No criminal pen alties are provided Directs the National Labor Re lations Board to take jurisdiction over all labor disputes Bans some forms of hot cargo agreements under which carriers are prohibited from handling products of a company engaged in a labor dispute No other form of secondary boycottis dealt with LandrumGriffin bill backed by President Eisenhower Guaran tees right to union members If violated by a union official he would be liable to two years in jail and a fine Authorizes the states to handle labor disputes over which the NLRB declines jurisdiction Outlaws almost all forms of sec ondary boycotts including hot cargo agreements Shelley bill backed by AFL rights to union members If these are violated members must seek a remedy in union channels for nine months before going to court No criminal penalties are provided Directs the NLRB to take juris diction over all labor disputes SAYS FAU BUS Arkansas Gov Orval E Fubus says that many people are concerned particularly over the integration of two of Little Rocks high schools Steel Strike Negotiators Meet Again NEW YORK steel strike negotiators met again today while President Eisenhower in effect told them to work out their own solution to the four weekold walkout The President told a news con ferencein Gettysburg he had no intention of intervening unless tiie strike develops into a national emergency Ih Washington however top government officials familiar with Eisenhowers posi tion caid thegovernment may have to consider invoking the TaftHartley law by Sept 15 or Oct 1 if there is no settlement by then Steelworkers Union spokesmen in Washington renewed their re quest that the White House name a factfinding board to recom mend settlement terms The rec ommendations would not be bind ing A move is developing in Con gress for action on a resolution to urge the President to name such a board Arthur J Goldberg union gen eral counsel told newsmen that invoking the Taft Hartley law would solve nothing He said such action could halt the steel strike for 80 days by court injunction but past experience shows this never has resulted in a settle ment Lost Found Accidentally NORFOLK Va Garguilo Francisco accidentally fell off his ship in the Atlantic Ocean Tuesday Little over an hour later he was sort of acciden tally rescued The Navy submarine rescue ship Kittiwake scurrying to port with an injured diver happened to spot Francisco bobbing in the water 43 miles off Cape Henry and took him aboard Hed fallen overboard from the Rotterdambound Liberian collier White River and hadnt been missed The Coast Guard said Francisco suffered no serious effects 3 Negro Girls In Hall High LITTLE ROCK Arfc Negro girls walked quietly into Hall High School today and limit ed integration had returned to Little Rock after two years of turmoil There was no demonstra tion Some 20spectators watched them from lawns of homes across the street The Negroes entered the school only four minutes be fore the opening Most of the 736 white pupils had al ready streamed into the building The girls were Elsie Robinson 16 Estelle Thompson 16 and Ef Fie Jones 17 Integration was new to them They were not among the nine who integrated Central High School in 195758 When they walkedinto the mod irnistic building in fashionable Pulasto Heights they restored in tegration to a public school sys tem whose high schools had been closed against it by Gov Orval E Faubus last year The girls had been toM by Police Chief Gene Smith they would have to report to school just like everyone else Streets around the school were barricaded Smith deployed 50 See 12 Col I Red Chinese mtmm jectTo Actions TOKYO CM ha declared today that it con aiders activities in Laos a threat to its own security and will firmly oppose them The Chinese Communist For eign Ministry demanded in a Peip ing radio broadcast that all American military personnel and arms and ammunition must be withdrawn from Laos and all U S military bases must be abol It was the strongest language Peiping has used in the Laos cri sis and resembled warnings munist China issued before en tering the Korean War in 1950 Peiping in a commentary by a spokesman warned To elim inate the tension in Laos neered from first to last by the United States all measures of the United States and the Sananikone government against the Geneva and the Vientiane agreements must stop The normal control and supervision of the internation al commission must be resumed and the Geneva and the Vientiane agreements must be implemented The United States has no mita tary bases in the Laotian king dom Free coffee and donuts at Su pinkas Pie Cookie Box demon stration Friday Saturday Aug 1415 Indiana Store 306xS Inside The Gazette POINT OF Herbert Hoover is the topic of William IngersolTs column today on editorial page 6 CREEKSIDE Creekside eliminated Plumville from the secondhalf Greater Indiana County League race last night See pages 26 and 27 Offcer Feafares 10 AUddinf 88 SO Society Buitnest Mirror 5 Editorial 6 Snorts JOSI Hospital Notes 31 28J9 Obituaries World Today WEATHER Partly cloudy and warm tonight and Thursday with scatter ed showers and thundershowers Low tonight 60 to 70 High Thursday 80 to 88 Civic Groups CC Discuss Fund Drive Members of various Indiana civic and service organizations met last night with the board of directors of the Indiana Chamber of Com merce to discuss a proposed 000 ISTC athletic field fund drive Representatives of nine organiza tions were in attendance and an nounced they will hold a second meeting Aug 25 to decide whether or not to conduct the drive The school is currently in the midst of moving its outdoor ic plant and is conducting a XX drive among alumni and other nterested groups to suppplement with state allocations for the pro ect CoHege authorities have asked he community to contribute 000 as its share in the develop ment of the athletic Held Clothier Dies CHICAGO AP Bertram J ahn 83 chairman ef B Kuppea icimer clothing inanu acturer and civic leader died Tuesday after an of two months Cahn was a former pmi dent of the Chicago Crime mission and a life of Northwestern University   

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