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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY Art Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family tt doesnt do ft person much food to have a photographic mind It nothing develops Volume 306 Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday August 13 I9S9 Two Sections Seven Cents ANTICASTRO GUNMEN HAVANA May Lose 8 Dems Warn LA About Convention LOS ANGELES A squabble that could cost Loi Angeles the 1960 Democratic National Convention neared a showdown today Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler warned that unless a convention ticket dispute is settled by Monday he will start looking for another site Kenneth Hahn Los Angeles County supervisor with whom Butler talked by telephone Wednesday said he ex pects a compromise will be worked out by Saturday But Hahn said if that fails 4HerterSays Caribbean Threatened SANTIAGO Chile Report Steel Rejected Price Cut 1 y Suggested By Bowles To Ike WASHINGTON The steel industry it was reliably reported today has rejected a suggestion that it cut steel prices a ton in lieu of granting a wage in in the current strike crease situation The suggestion Rep Chester a Ane suggestion was made new group is ready to finance the by Rep Chester A Bowles convention in a letter to I learned from a very high Eisenhower who Democratic official that another in turn had it referred direct group is ready to put up the 000 to underwrite the Hahn said It is willing to ac cept the tickets offered by tian A Herter charged today thatj He would not identify the Demo vicious propaganda and armed Icjaric official for the group Invasion have threatened Jcpeace in the Caribbean the xhe ruckus started when oilman Edwin Pauley cochairman of the ly to Chairman Roger Blough of the U S Steel Corp Blough is said to have turned down the idea on the ground that in settling the monthlong strike the steel companies are going to have to give the strikers some sort of wage increase anyway So far the industrys position is Thus both internal and committee demanded tional tensions have grown j daily tickets to help pay off it cannot in the public m throughout the the guarantee He later terest increase steel labor costs 1 secretary of state told a plenaryagreed to compromise of session of the interAmerican for eign ministers conference He proposed a special Carib bean peace committee to study j the crisis and report to the con ference in Quito next February The committee described as transitory would tickets suggested by Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poulson Butler insisted that many tickets would not be available after necessary demands were met He said in Washington he would not budge from the al jje lotment part of a threepoint program Pauley contacted Mexico Other points arV an Investigation City stuck to his denjardyforrS of hostile propaganda and imi133 As far as he concerned provements in the permanent oilman added the dispute was tenAmerican peace committee settled a long time He de During the past few months aticlined comment when asked if least three countries have was a chance the host corn attacked by armed expeditions mittee would back down further coming from outside their borjon the number of tickets 1 The newly built sports arena in and thus spur inflation The strik ing United Steelworkers contend that this is an attempt to reverse traditional American economic See Page 8 feol 3 Committee OKsHikeln Gasoline Tax GOING TO unidentified demonstrator blood streaming down the side of his face is loaded into a paddy wagon by police The riot took place two blocks from Central High School AP Wirephoto Police StandBy Today At Little Rock Schools Negro children classmates today WASHINGTON AP The I ClVll Wn T House Ways and Means VIVM TYUI tee today voted a onecent KJpnr v Cl LITTLE ROCK Ark headed back to school with their white with police standing by to crush any further mass protests from segregationists Officers used clubs and fire hoses to break up a par ade of some 200 nien women and children near Central High when integrated classes opened at two schools Wednes day but peace was apparently in sight today The paraders coming from a crease in the federal gasoline tax NJcaJ downtown Los Angeles Sept 1 to keep the su ischeduled site of the program of the civil War Walter Williams 116 hovered near death said Herter There een attacks on Panama aaua and the Dominican j The arena has a seating capacity Without naming Cuba or Prime of about About dele Minister Fidel Castro Herter saidgates are expected that some of the invasions were Because of the dispute ticket HOUSTON Tex effect for 22 months The committee voted also to di today A vert to the highway fund some of physician said he could or me invasions for the state taxes now collected on auto in other for the state delega the knowledge and consent of have nof completed ficials whose governments hadi Halin speaking of compromi mobiles and The gas tax parts live only a matter of Dr Russell Wolfe said the old soldiers condition had changed promised to impede such He also named no names when he said Several governments j ave been menaced by viciously ostile propaganda attacks origi nating in other The propaganda exchanges have been beamed regularly throughputi the Caribbean from stations in Cuba Venezuela and the Domini can Republic Cuba and Venezue la have assailed the Dominican Republic which has trained See 8 Col 6 its Russian Ship Rams German Freighter first state teachers colleg dis trict Allow credit for training receiv KIEL Germany Sonet ed in the armed services toward in the western Baltic job training required for licensure See 8 Col Boroughs May Annex Own Land HARRJSBURG may annex land they own in town ships if it is adjacent to its corp orate limits under a measure sigiv pauj than the cents asked by Pres ident Eisenhower but is estimat increase is Jess uttie in the last 24 hours He said ed to be enough to maintain the j days rate of highway construction at close to its present level for the however that Williams had grown continually weaker for several The Confederate veteran is breathing faster and shallower the doctor said and his pulse is next three years The committee action broke aireguiar DUt weak long deadlock over sources of rev Williams was a forage master cnue to keep construction moving with Hoods Brigade in the Con on the network j federate army His present illness Although the committee on prehas been attributed to a recent vious occasions had repeatedly turned down further increases in the gasoline tax it reversed itself and voted 169 to boost the 3cent ed into law Wednesday by motor fuel tax to 4 cents Lawrence The governor also signed bills which would Designate Cheyney State Teach ers College as a member of the jvvhere NATO exercises are in regress collided in fog with a mall German coastal freighter today under various state licensing acts Increase registration certificate fees for dealers with to customers to and to The bow of the 300ton freighter for gasoline dealers with more Christel was crushed Her crew of eix escaped injury The skipper of the Christel mes saged that the Soviet destroyer stood by then made off into the log with two other Soviet vessels after it was clear the freighter was in no danger The skipper was unable to get llhe name of the Soviet destroyer than customers The present fee in both cases is Ease requirements that second class townships must fulfill before using 25 per cent of their alloca tion from the liquid fuels tax fund for maintenance and repair of roads and streets Permit removal of bodies from abandoned burial grounds after a German naval sources said they hearing in open court which had suspect the three war vessels were operating in the area be cause the Russians know that been advertised Exempt fire and rescue stations from taxation in fourth through Britain Denmark Norway and eighth class counties West German naval unitss are on maneuvers Release Neff from Hospita Frank Neff 554 School was released yesterday from the Indi ana Hospital where he was a heart charitable religious beneficial 01 Omit Saturday from the compu tation of time in state statutes rules orders and decrees of court and under charters and bylaws of corporations Prohibit local political subdivis ions from taxing sportsmens rec reational golf and tennis clubs and Girl and Boy Scout troops councils and generally un patient Listed as improving is Edward Bennett Vinegar Hill Mr Bennett is also being treated for a heart condition There are 40 new numbers post ed at Fair View Ix nonprofit organizations bout with pneumonia He lives here with a daughter Ubers Appliance Store now in their new location 824 Phila St rally at the state capitol where Gov Orval E Faubus addressed them shouted Cowards at the policemen Twentythree of them were arrested In the schools themselves offi cials said everything was normal One segregationist said he knew of no plans for any rallies today He is the Rev Wesley Pruden past president of the Capital Citi zens Council which spearheads segregation forces here Other segregation leaders could not be contacted Faubus who advised the rally to avoid violence remained at his mansion He said he would keep in touch with his people for de See 8 Col 5 The Weather Fair and warm tonight low 0 to 68 Mostly sunny and con tinued warm Friday with scat tered thundershowers likely by afternoon or night High 84 to 92 Davey Signs School Debt LimitHike HARRISBURG Law rence has signed into law a bill preparing for a possible boost in the debt ceiling for all classes of school districts The measure approved Wednes day would raise the total debt limit for Pittsburgh and Philadel phia from 2 to 5 per cent of the latest assessed valuation of tax able property The limit for otrter districts would be raised from 7 to 15 per cent of the latest valua tion The law would not take effect unless an amendment to the State Constitution to allow increases in the debt limit is approved by the voters this fall The proposed amendment has been passed by two sessions of the Legislature and will be on the ballot in November The present 2 per cent limit on debt which school directors may incur without consent of the voters also would be raised to 5 per cent for all classes of districts In Sec ond Third and Fourth Class dis tricts however approval of the See 8 Col 1 Pave Little Brown Churchs Road AMES Iowa may not be too long before happy bridal couples can drive down the road to Iowas Little Brown Church in the Vale without getting road dust mingled with the Stardust in their eyes The State Highway Commission bent an attentive ear Wednesday to pleas that the 10mile stretch of graveled Highway 346 be paved Tins is a short connecting road leading to the famous church lo cated in a vale near Nashua where thousands of couples have come to get married Showdown Seen On Labor Bill By B L LIVINGSTONE WASHINGTON AP The out come of the bitter House battle over labor racketeering controls hung on a razorthin balance to day The result could tte determined in a quick windup before night fall or drag on indefinitely A half dozen votes could decide the issue The issue rested between a bill backed by Democratic a middle ground approach and a more stringent measure personal ly supported by President Eisen hower As tempers flared the House Wednesday defeated by art whelming 245132 vote a measure carrying the official endorsement of the AFLCIO and most other or ganized labor groups Sponsored by Rep John F Shel ley the laborsupported bill skirted the issues of bans on secondary boycotts hot cargo agreements and other points stressed by the President as es sential to effective labor legisla tion Its defeat had been a foregone conclusion Both Democratic and Republican leaders opposed it as failing to meet the test of anti racketeering curbs The House also killed by a 215 160 vote an amendment proposed See 8 Col 3 Exchange Shots With Policemen HAVANA struck in Havana today 39 Prime Minister Fidel Castro moved out in the field per sonally directing a roundup of counter revolutionaries Police exchanged shots with antiCastro gunmen near the Mexican and Peruv an embassies and the direc orate building of Castros 26th of July movement in central Havana Occupants of a speeding auto mobile sprayed the directorate with bullets police said Castro was leading his forces against 60 or 70 Cubans in Las Villas province The insurgents were reported encircled near Tri nidad The Cuban press reported that Castros brother Raul addressed several hundred persons detained at Camp Libertad in Havana Xaul told the prisoners they would je treated well and would be re eased if investigators found no charges against them the news papers said The papers reported several hundred prisoners already lave been freed The Castro regime also has be un to dismiss from the armed forces and national police all hold overs from the government of ousted President Fulgencio Ba tista Press reports added large numbers of former Batista person nel especially technicans have been detained by Castro The newspaper Revolucion said Castro would address either Friday or Saturday on how the purported conspiracy against him will be crushed Laos Reports Red Retreat To Viet Nam Mamie Arrives DENVER Colo AP Mamie Eisenhower arrived in Denver to day and went directly to the bed mother Mrs side of John S her ailing Doud In Terms Of Better Living What Does ISTC Mean To Indiana County Free coffee and donuts at Su pinkas Pie Cookie Box demon stration Friday Saturday Aug 1415 Indiana Store 30UxS Eagles Party tonite Thurs tlx By BILL HASTINGS Gazette News Editor WHAT DOES THE COLLEGE mean to Indiana and the area in terms of better living It is here that the superimposition of this series comes into full scope A com in unity that offers better living is a com munity that will attract new industry new residents and new businesses Better living is a vehicle that will enable an area to grow industrially and econo mically The college itself is Indianas anchoring point in beautification cultural outlets and educational oppor tunities The expanses of the campus are characterized by well manicured lawns treelined walkways scenic grove and an abundance of flower displays This lends immeasurably to the communitys attractive appearance The very atmosphere a college creates in a town will attract new people and new college offi cials state assuredly THIS ATMOSPHERE is not confined to the physi cal appearance of the campus Its contributions to the cultural life of the commun ity and area are and varied Scheduled to appear in Indiana this fall are two internationallyknown Atlee former prime minister of Great Britain and Carlos Continued on Page 8 Col 1 VIENTIANE Laos AP The Laotian government reported to day that most of the Communist forces that infiltrated into north ern Laos from North Viet Nam have withdrawn across the bor der Col Phoumi Nosavan secretary of state for defense told a news conference the behind about men most of them Black Thai tribesmen or members of the Communist Pathet Lao movement of Laotians which for merly controlled the two northern provinces of Sam Neua and Phong Saly He predicted the next attacks would come in the dry season from October to December The Communists began with drawing five days ago on orders from North Viet Nam Phoumi claimed after the Laotian govern ment had dispatched reinforce ments and the local population had supported the government in stead of the Reds The secretary said 800 of remaining Reds were in Sam Ne ua province Phoumi said the Reds now oc cupy only one town Muong Son some 40 miles inside the frontier in the valley below Dien Bien Phu scene of the decisive French defeat in the Indochina war Another band of some 250 Com munist troops whose nationality has not yet been identified pene trated Savannakhet province Phoumi said The secretarys assessment of the situation followed a statement in an official bulletin that there were only a few hundred Red troops in Laos and that the num ber had been greatly exaggerated in the first days of the Commu nist attacks on border posts three weeks ago The Ministry of Information said today that the statement had been written by a private news man and distributed by the Laos press apparently removing most of its official status But despite the military lull Bw Communists kept up a propagan da barrage charging that the United States is trying to convert Laos into a military base threat ening Red China and North Viet Nam See LaosPage 8 Col 4 Free coffee and donuts at Su pinkag Pie Cookie Box demon stration Friday Saturday Aug 1415 Indiana Store 306x8 There are 40 new pott ed at Fair View U