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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family fab m wttt m ttti tftift fet trttowl properly brush EDITION Volume 2 Sixteen Pagct Indiana Pennsylvania Auguit 15 1959 Two Sactioni DAY FOR f Castro In Attack On America Santiago Conference Said Farce By Harold K Milks HAVANA AP Fidel Castro today accused Amer ican officials of aiding con spirators against Cubas rev olutionary regime The bearded Premier was in an alternating angry and ghing mood as he appear before a nationwide tele vision audience to tell how the counterrevolutionary plot watt crushed Castro denounced Dominican Republic strongman Generalissi mo Raftel L Tnijillo as the fi nancial boss of all those who are plotting against He also snarply criticized the nited States charging Cuban ar criminals who had taken ref uge there were permitted to do as they like He declared airplanes based Miami have made repeated flights to Cuba dropping antigovernment leaflets and picking up war crim inals Castro claimed American of ficials could have stopped such flights if they wanted to The revolutionary chief called the Inter American oreign Ministers Conference be ing held in Santiago Chile to dea tvith the Caribbean crisis f He ridiculed a program put be 2 Col 1 Eisenhower JPIans Visit To Balmoral GETTYSBURG Pa AP President Eisenhower will visii Queen Elizabeth II at Balmora Castle in the Scottish Highland during his stay in the United Kingdom the House an nounced today It had previously been reportet the President probably would make the visit while he is con ferring with British officials Aug 28 to Sept 1 Acting press secretary Wayne Hawks said Eisenhower would spend one night at the castle as the Queens guest Hawks also announced Eisen hower will spend some time Chequers country home of Brit Jteh Prime Minister Harold Mac millan Other arrangements for the Presidents visit to Britain will be announced later Hawks said The Queen who is expecting he third child is vacationing at Bal moral after her strenuous Cana iour John Hay Whitney ambas sador to Britain is coming her Monday to lunch with the Presi jient Presumably further ar rangements for Eisenhowers visi in Britain will be discussed then Brinks Guard Gravely Woundec SAN FRANCISCO AP Tw gunmen critically wounded i Brinks guard Friday in this city armored car holdup They lied with The robbery apparently care fully planned came as the guan was picking up the days receipt at the Stonestown Emporium oiv The Weather Fair and warm tonight Low M to 73 Variable cloudiness and hot Sunday with scattered after noon and evening thundershow era High 88 to 94 WRECK BLOCKS RAIL AND of 32 coalJilled Chopper cars block the Reading Railroad lirieT AJleijtown Pav as well as detouring auto traffic on the towns main street yesterday The train was derailedwhile heading east from Harrisburg Noone was hurt AP Wirephoto Dirksen Certain Labor Bill In Confab Quickly l Strong US Position Vital Says Nixon CHICAGO position of strength offers Americas great est hope for reaching agreements with the Soviet Union says Vice President Richard M Nixoh Strength is the only thing the Russian leaders Nix on said I mean military strength When one side has more strength than the otherjtyou get ultimatums that could lead to The vice president said his re cent tour of the Soviet Union and Poland has convinced him the only hope for progress toward world peace is for the United States to deal from a position of strength at any future summit conference Nixon in Chicago for Friday nights College AllStar football game with the Baltimore Colts expressed his views at a press conference and at an informal talk to the Football Writers Assn of America JNixon in a television program tecorded in Washington for New York stations ofhis trip to mier Nikita S Khrushchev be lieves the United States is weak sinking economically and splr over foreign policy He said Khrushchevs forthcom ing visit to America will be worth while if it removes his miscalcu lation about strength ant determination The net effect he See 2 Col 2 Saylor Again Votes No On Labor Bill WASHINGTON vanias 30member House delega tion split down the middle 1515 in voting yesterday on the labor reform bill Three of the states 16 Demo crats joined 12 voting for the Republicans in bill which was passed 303125 and sent to a con ference committee to compose dif ferences between it and a senate passed bill The three Democrats voting for the measure were Reps Francis E Walter of Easton Frank M Clark of Bessemer and James M Quigley of Camp Hill All three said object was to get a bill to conference committee Two Pennsylvania Republicans voted with 13 Democrats against the measure They were Reps John P Saylor of Johnstown and Carroll D Kearns of Sharon Kearns vote was not actually cast against toe bill since he was Republican floor manager for the bill during debate As senior Re publican on the house education and labor committee Kearns found himself in the position of having to go through the parliamentary maneuver of making a motion to recommit the bill just prior to the vote on final passage By JOE HALL WASHINGTON Republican Leader iverett M Dirksen RI11 said today he was certain the abor regulation bill would be sent to conference by the Senate early next week Some Republican senators have urged that a move be made to accept the more stringent house bill and send it directly to the White House But Dirksen told a reporter he did not think the votes were avail able for success in such an at tempt He said it might be a mis take in tactics in that it would be a challenge to the perogatives of the Senate leadership and thus might solidify all Democrats in cluding the Southerners against the move to bypass a conference Sen Barry Goldwater senior Republican on the Senate Labor Committee also said he did not think it would be wise to make such an attempt I newest departmentjYoUnQ GOP P IDflS of the city stores 01 I The bandits well dressed and SCHOOI wearing sun glasses escaped in a stolen auto which they quickly abandoned The guard Converse Small xxl 43 was in grave condition at Mission Emergency Hospital with four bullet wounds in his chest abdomen and an arm A Brinks employe for three years Smallwood spent 20 years HARRISBURG AP The Young Republican College Council has disclosed plans to launch a drive this fall to establish Young Republican clubs at each of Penn sylvanias colleges and universi ties Harold 0 Miller chairman ot the newly formed council said in the Army He has two small j Friday the drive will climax a children and his wife is expecting summer of intensive activity to third i strengthen the party in the col The armored car driver Jacobleges for the 1960 presidential Siegel 25 was not injured campaign Of 11 M i I ii mi I 9 Dance Sat tfx The Senate is expected to act on sending the bill to conference Monday or Tuesday See Sen 2 Col 1 Home Resident Discovered Dead HOME Floyd A Donahue aged 68 was found dead near his home here at 6 yesterday according to information released by the Indiana State Police The body of the retired miner was discovered in a tool shed be hind the house in which he had been living Death was caused by a rifle slug through the chest ac cording to a ruling by County Coroner Russell D Gardner Donahue had been in ill health for some time Snafu On Army Story Admitted FT DEVENS Mass AP There were some some red faces around the public information of fice at Ft Devens today because of a story about a soldier who passes out choloclate bars It was unusual but it wasnt quite true The Army release said that in 1944 during World War II Pfc William Sircovitch of Wset Seneca was in Saarbrucken Ger many and gave Gunter Kunkel 11 a candy bar One of the recipients was Gun ter Kunkel Kunkel asked the ser geant if he ever was in Saar brucken The answer was yes Well the release said Kunke told the sergeant he had receivec a chocolate bar from him back In 1944 Upon investigation publi information office found that Sir covitch was in Saarbrucken whe Kunkel was But there was n mutual recognition on Monday either ARRAIGNED IN SLAYINGS Francis H Bloeth pictured in Justice of the Peace court yes terday where he was arraign ed in three brutal Long Island robbery slayings He was later taken to Suffolk County Jail at Riverhead Police said Bloeth 27 admitted having kill ed three people one a woman within a period of eight days be ginning July 31 Bloeth was tak en into custody Monday in con nection with an earlier robbery AP Wirephoto Unique Balloon Moon Attempt Fails Space Cone Recovery Misses By The Associated Press The United States had its busiest day of rocketry Fri day since it began reaching for space But the main effort ailedanattempt to send a 12foot inflatable balloon into orbit The Juno II rocket roared spaceward from Cape Cana veral bearing the unusual balloonmoon Its stages ignited successfully but the last one apparently went in the wrong direction and carried the satellite back into the earths atmosphere I Another failure was a giant Titan missile 1ihat blew up on its launching pad at the Cape earlier in the day Local Woman Victim of HeartAttack Mrs Laura S of Silas C Streams 636 Church died unexpectedly yesterday after noon while attending a motion pic ture in a local theater Identification of the local wo man was made early this morning made rafter give She was pronounced dead in the local theater by a local physician about and removed to a funeral home where identification was made about 1 today Miss C Ethel Rhine who re sides with the Streams and Mr Streams returned from a trip to a doctor in Pittsburgh yesterday and inquired locally as well as at the Streams Sleepy Hollow cabin to locate Mrs Streams In addition to her husband the deceased is survived by twosis ters Miss Carrie Steving of In diana and Miss Margaret Steving of Pittsburgh Mrs Streams was a daughter of John Frederick and Rachel Stev ing and was born in Indiana The deceased was a member of the Graystone United Presbyterian Church where she was active in the Womens Christian Fellowship She also belonged to the Eastern Star Indiana Garden Club New Century Club and the Sleepy Hol low Club Friends will be received at the Hill Funeral Home after tomorrow Services will be con ducted Tuesday at 2 by Dr Frank Lawrence and Dr William Sutherland pastors of the Gray stone UP Church Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery On the plus side at Cape Ca naveral was a successful launch ing of a Polarismissile from a threemillion dollar machine that simulates the motion of a subma rine at sea The weapon is de signed to be fired from a sub anywhere in the world At Vandenberg Air Force Base a British Air Force train ing crew successfully launched a Thor missile the kind being set up at bases in England Another Thor was launched at Cape Canaveral It carried a mov ie camera to photograph the earth from an altitude of 300 miles But the capsule carrying the camera was not found In Hawaii Air Force planes equipped with dangling trapeze devices tried to snare a capsule returning to earth from the satel lite piscoverer V which was fired into orbit Thursday from the West Coast base They failed to get any sight of the capsule Surface vessels also combed the sea north of the Hawaiian Islands looking for the floating capsule waslittle J work hargesOn Viet Nam Aid Are Disputed WASHINGTON news aperhians charges that aid o Viet Nam is a fiasco are not orne out by the facts a House ommittee chairman says The charges that the Viet Nam aid program has been scandalous were made in a series of articles y Scripps Howand newspaper riter Albert M Colegrove I be ieved what I saw and I still be ieve Colegrove told the com mittee These said Rep lement J Zablocki OWis as rell as specific charges of wrong oing have not been substantiat d to date Many of these charges lave been traced to source which for one must regretfully con Members of the Indiana Rotary Club will meet at the Hill Funeral Home Monday at to pay their respects to Mrs Laura Streams 2X Roast Beef dinner tomorrow to 7 Catholic Church Ernest Pa 2x First Front Royal Registration Virginia Town Facing Test On Integration FRONT ROYAL Va Ajthe high school last year Casque but would enter them in the pri test of this northern Virginia com munitys sentiment on desegrega tion may come today as biracial registration continues at predom inantly white Warren County High School Eleven Negroes and 65 white youngsters signed up for the 1959 60 session Friday as the two races appeared together on the school grounds for the first time since the segregation controversy began last September The regis tration took place calmly While the number of white reg istrants seemed small in com parison to the eligible to at tend school County School Supt Q D Casque said he ex pected a larger turnout today when parents wont be working The 11 Negroes who registered Dance tonite Sat tfx were among the 21 who attended said They were the only students who attended classes when the school was desegregated in Feb ruary Warren County High was closed last September under nowdefunct massive resistance laws struck down by federal and state courts White students in February chose to remain in a private school set up by the Warren County Educa tional Foundation At a mass meeting here Thurs day night more than county residents voted overwhelmingly to continue the private school this year Registration for it is sched uled next week Several parents who asked to remain unidentified said Friday they were sending their children to register for the public school vate school if it opens again this fall There were two other develop hients both involving Charles E Leadman business agent for the local Textile Workers Union Leadman said a petition seeking to declare the public high school surplus and to sell the property probably would be filed in the Circuit Court office here today Under a state law passed at the recent special session of the Vir ginia Legislature the court must order a referendum if the petition is signed by 10 per cent of the number of persons who voted in the last presidential election About 200 signatures would be required and Leadman said be tween 600 and 700 county resi dents had signed Leadman also said a meeting of various community officials and representatives of the Ne groes seeking admission to white schools will be held next week Some observers said the referen dum petition would be used in an effort to dissuade the Negroei from seeking to attend the white school If citizens vote to declare the building surplus in a referendum the property presumably could be sold to a private corporation for use as a segregated school for white children Integration apparently will taki place in four Virginia school sys terns this fall besides Front Roya at Norfolk Arlington Alex andria and Charlottesville All bu Charlottesville operated some in tegrated schools during the sec ond half of the 195859 term parehflF If the Cape Canaveral balloon had gone into orbit it would have een the third successful satellite to circle the earth in See 2 Col C Young Mother Swims Around Manhattan NEW YORK AP A pretty blonde mothsr of three set out to day for a bit of a Manhattan Island The mermaid Diane Struble 26 of Lake George took the ong plunge as part of a celebra tion commemorating the 350th an niversary of the exploration of the iudson River Her trip if she makes it will take about 12 hours and 30 miles of paddling The prospect didnt bother her however Last year she swam Lake George a dis tance of about 40 miles Miss Struble who is separatee from her husband set out from he Battery at the southern tip o Manhattan at then pro ceeded up the East River sepa rating Manhattan from Long Is and A police launch and a yach tagged along after her At navigated the Miss East Struble had River and still going strong passed through the treacherous currents of Hel Gate to enter the Harlem River which connects with the Hudson Along the Harlem she reported herself in good condition and ing fine At she reached the Hudson River the halfway mark of the trip Swimming with breast stroke she was averaging about four miles an hour She hac taken nourishment while in th water three times The final stretch of Miss Stru bles swim was to carry her pas the luxury liner piers on Manhat tans West Side and then on to the Battery where she started Stern Mother Backed By Judge NEW YORK AP r Mrs Wil Ham Morris had just finished pay ing a fine for her 18yearoU son Michael who was convictec Friday for driving without a li cense and going through a stop light Mrs Morris turned to her son and slapped said Brooklyn Trai fie Court Magistrate Charles Sol omon that calls for a reduc tion in the Thats said Mrs J Morris collecting the raooey I wait till I get him apoke after an intensive quizzing of Colegrove about his articles In Zablocki added the testimony which the subcom mittee received from reliable ob ervers who had firsthand knowl edge of the aid program in Viet am and from executive branch witnesses indicates strongly that he aid program in Viet Nam has constructive successful and responsibly But Zablocki to be a thorough as named a special mis sion of subcommittee members to make an onthescenes check in the southeast Asian country Rep Walter H Judd IMYEnn old Colegrove H you had tried o see some of the top people you might have had an airtight Failure to do so said Judd could give an impression of ir responsible Colegrove said he had talked to several top American cluding Ambassador to Viet 2 I McDonald Pessimistic About Strike DETROIT AP United Steel workers President David J Mc Donald says prospects are bleak for an early settlement of the nationwide steel strike McDonald on a tour of Detroit area picket lines Friday told newsmen the strike will end when Roger M Blough president of Steel decides to Later he told a union rally This wont be a short At a news conference McDonald was asked if he thought President Eisenhower might employ the TaftHartiey Act and invoke an 80day antistrika injunction Mc Donald replied I dont know what the Presk dent might do He seems to have no immediate However McDonald said an in junction would contribute nothing toward settlement In he said it would simply delay set McDonald told newsmen steel companies will terminate this I shutdown when inventories are sufficiently low to enable to put into effect another coin pletely unwarranted and ilied increase of three to times what it should be The industrys position through out negotiations tam refusing to yteW HJ workers wage tt W ing the line agiiart fcpHfest industry claims crease wowM prist crease and to if flation   

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