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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family lite wife who temper ittft conttol is likely to husband she ctn 8 Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday August 22 1959 Telephone HO 55553 EDITION Seven OKs Rockefeller Weds x Norwegian Today ACRE ANNEXATION In Solemn Marriage Ceremony SOGNE Norway AP Steven Rockefeller slipped a platinum wedding band on mnne Marie Rasmussens left hand today and made her his wife in a solemn Norwegian marriage ceremony They pronounced their vows in a country church on a gentle knoll within sight of the brides family home Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York and Stevens broth sisters and a sisterinlaw witnessed the Lutheran ceremony seated on wooden benches on the right side of the church Mrs Rockefeller and Anne Ma ries father Kristian Rasmussen retired grocer and fish merchant sat together near the altar on the right side The mother Lovise watched the rites from the oppo site ftidt of the center aisle which with pink carna and hi the ritual came whwpthe Rev Olav Gautestad vicar of Sogne parish church asked the young couple in turn whether they would take each other as man and wife Then he said Now give each other your hand on Steven took Anne Maries hand In his and the vicar placed his 0iands over theirs You have promised each other that you will live in he said solemnly and have con fessed it before God and man and given your hand on it and I now proclaim that you are man and wife In the name of the Father the Son and the Holy Fifteen minutes earlier Gov Rockefeller entered the church escorting Anne Maries mother Rockefeller entered a mo ment after with Steven Then on the stroke of four Anne Marie passed through the big front door of the church with her father Her bright blonde hair gleamed from beneath a white veil Her wedding dress with a floor length hem was of white See In 3 Col 1 LAW CATCHES Kas anovich 77 admitted identity when arrested in Fresno Calif yesterday on a charge of slaying his wife in Pittsburgh 44yearsago He is a retired packing plant worker going under the name of Pete NoVich AP Wirephoto Say Girl 6 Tries Navy NORWOOD Mass Buff Gray is 6 years old bright eyed smart and healthy as a Ma rine She can chin herself shinny on the chinning pole and do dix push ups too In other ways the way she thinks for example shes all wom an even if she said she wanted to be a Marine So she wrote to Maj Gen Da vid M Shoup who commands the Marine recruit depot at Parris Is land telling him of her de sire to join the corps 9 Her mother Mrs Benjamin Gray typed the letter Said she to the general My dad was a Marine my brother is a Marine and my other brother plans to join next year I have been doing the exercises my brother advised me to do to stay in Gen Shoup wrote back to Miss Gray politely in his military It is gratifying to learn What young Americans are still as patriotic as ever Your mother and father have every reason in the world to be extremely proud of When shown the letter she said Im going to join the See what we mean about being all Oppressive He at High Humidify More oppressive heat and high humidity posed another uncom fortable day today of sweltering Americans The mercury soared in an un relenting heat wave that gripped a wide area from the Rockies to the Atlantic seaboard The only relief came from over night locally heavy in the Central Plains and the Mid west The overnight rains brought some cooling in the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi Valley Most significant rainfall oc curred at Mason City Iowa where inches was reported in a hour period Other similar reports had at Flint at Lone Rock at Milwaukee and 89 at Rochester Minn Elsewhere precipitation was light and spotty with isolated showers in New England through the Gulf region and over moun tain areas of the Northwest and Southwest Fridays hot spell sent the ther mometer over 90 degrees into Nebraska where Lincoln hit 100 Baltimore had a 98 for an all time record for August It was the 10th straight day of 90 plus weath er for the Maryland City Nineties prevailed at other points Chicago labored under a 95 1st Asian Senator Enroute HONOLULU AP Sen Hirm L Fong the first senator of Asian descent left for Washington Friday night He will be sworn in Monday Hawaiis other senator Demo crat Oren E Long and only Rep Daniel Inouye a JapaneseAmeri can veteran of the Italian cam paign in World War II already are in the capital HouseSen Conferees In Final Phases WASHINGTON AP House and Senate conferees have movet nto the last and most delicate stage of their efforts to reconcile he tough House labor control bil and the middleoftheroad Senate measure Friday before recessing unti Monday they got to work on th seventh and final section of the two bills the section containing most of the political dynamite They briefly discussed two o the controversial TaftHartley law amendments dealing with n mans land cases and prehir agreements in the construction industry No mans land refers to certain labor disputes which the Nationa Labor Relations Board won handle and courts have ruled stat boards dont have jurisdictio over In prehire agreements con struction unions negotiate con tracts before men are actual hired to do the job Earlier the conferees hammerec out just about final agreement o the first six of the com promise They accepted a scaling down of criminal penalties for union o ficials who violate members rights and they agreed to hrin small unions under requirement for public reporting of finances In both cases the House Lan drumGriffin bills provisions wer tentatively accepted In the firs instance the Landrum Griffi bill penalties were less stringen than the Senate bills In the sec ond the House bills public re porting provision was stiffer than the Senates The conferees have been work ing in closed sessions but word of their progress has seeped out Sen John F Kennedy cosponsor of the Senate bill said he thought it would be next Wednesday or Thursday before the group could decide whether they can reach final agreement Now Its Official First Major Addition To Borough Since 1893 Other Petitions Seen By JOE DONNELLY Editor The annexation of a 30 acre tract of land from White Township into Indiana Borough has been approved by Judge Edwin L Clark president judge of the Indiana County Court Judge Clark yesterday signed his name to an order of the court clearing the way for the annexation of a section of the township bounded on the west by North Fourth Street on the east by North First Street extension and on the north by a line running parallel to and approximately 800 feet north of the present borough line This action is expected to touch off the submission of several pe titions asking annexation of oth er areas into the borough It has been reported other persons have been waiting for Judge Clarks rul ing on the first petition Major landowner in this tract is Cecil Spadafora Indiana auto mobile dealer Borough council ap proved the petition for annexation submitted by Spadafora and oth er landowners at a meeting July 16 1958 On October 3 1958 the town ship supervisors filed a petition NEA Senke IM ii Brings US State J4 VT Total To An Even A complete text of Judge Clarks opinion appears on page 11 of todays Gazette Continue Search ForClymerMan CLYMER The search for Al len Oliver 85yearold Clymer res ident continues today Mr Oliver has been missing since Wednesday evening About 100 firemen and Boy Scouts turned their searching ef forts to areas along Two Lick Creek today after making a search of wooded areas near here Dance tonite Sat tfx Dance tonite Sat tfx Honor Mormon SALT LAKE CITY Utah Several hundred descendants of Mormon pioneer Charles C Rich gathered here today to honor the 150th anniversary of his birth There are some in the fami lys unofficial badge A grandson 81yearold lawyer Benjamin L Rich says Its been worn at one time or another by every member of the Polygamist Rich who lived less than fourscore years married six wives and fathered 51 children By GEOFFREY GOULD WASHINGTON the jewellike chain of islands miles of the mainland has brought the United States of America to an even 50 Using a dozen pensi to sign his name President Eisen hower proclaimed its stiatehood Friday It was the second time in less than a year that he performed such a historic became state January 3 As Hawaii followed Alaska into the union the President also signed an executive order fixing the design of the N 50star flag With a twinkle he remarked that hes running out of ideas for flag designs s The new flag which becomes official next July 4 has the same 13 red and white stripes But its square field in the upper left cor ner has nine rows of stars ar ranged in staggered fashion with six and fivestar rows alternating 1A11 49 states will join in wel coming the new this the President said more solemnly We will wish for her prosperity security happi ness and a growing closer rela tionship with all of the other states We know that she is ready to do her part to make this union a stronger stronger peo ple than it was before because of her presence as a full sister to the other 49 states So all of us say to her Good Kookie Swamped At Chicago CHICAGO came to worship their idol Kookie he sighed is real Some fainted others sobbed with delight and still others surged toward him to gaze into his face crowned a crop of curly hair And so went the mess love af fair between Ed Kookie Byrnes and cheering bpbby soxers Friday at Midway Airport signal ling his Chicago arrival The singing and acting star smiled waved and bjew kisses to his teenage flock described as the largest crowd evpr to greet an entertainer at the a faport They showered FJookie with a barrage of reminder of Inside The Gazette ALLENSCOTT The report today on page 4 says that Attorney General Rogers will resign to direct the Nixon camapign LUCERNE WINS Lucerne moved back into the Greater County League playoffs with a 64 victory over Creekside last night See pages 8 and 7 Other Features AUddini CltuUIedi g9 10 Editorial 4 HoaplUl 11 ObUutriei 3 Society 91 TVBftdlo Thenter Town Ttlk IS WEATHER Mostly sunny hot and humid today and Sunday Sunday thunder showers likely his TV haircombing routine role on 77 Sunset Strip The bobby sox set was rewarded This is Real said Kookie 26 describing the crowd All these youngsjters coming oul to see me is maximum ut Momentarily away from his frantic worshiper b Kookie confid ed to newsmen i But enough of this Kookie talk This isnt I Edward J Byrnes really fctfk I like to do it for the teenageijs because I think each new generation usually finds something all itjs own Jivetalk ghies the boys and girls of today something private and personal tfjrough which they can communicifte with one anoth er to be outside the adult world which sunrounds At least one unidentified by The president began signing the See 3 Col 1 Report Some Confusion On Sales Tax HARRISBURG con fusion developed but in most areas collection of Pennsylvanias sales tax at its new 4 per cent rate ran smoothly Friday the first full day it was on the books In Philadelphia the States lar gest city agents of the Sales Tax Bureau had to stop some bartend ers who had been collecting the tax on overthebar drinks The tax bills provision on alco holic beverages extends only to re tail sales by beer distributors and at state liquor stores Reports in a statewide check showed some confusion among businesses that were unaffected by the Ivey until the new law was signed by Gov Lawrence Thurs day These included laundries dry cleaning firms and shoe re pairmen Business places found the 4 per cent less confusing to com pute than the per cenf levy it replaced The states more than 600 liquor stores started collecting the tax within minutes after it became law with the court expressing their op position to the proposed annex ation Judge Clark then appointed a threemember board of commis sioners the proposal arid recommendations to him of board filed certain finding of fact op posing the proposed annexation and a minority report was also filed This report was followed by a series of legal maneuvers by both sides to have the court rule in their favor In his opinion concerning the case Judge Clark lists the var ious objections listed by the township supervisors in their pe See 3 Col 4 Pittsburgh OnNildtas fenative List WASHINGTON AP Thi White House was expected to an ounce soon perhaps today that oviet Premier Nikita S Khrush hev will stop at six American ities during his 12day visit tarting Sept 15 Khrushchev is slated to speak t the National Press Club here ept 16 and answer reporters uestions in a nationally televised appearance He will address the Gen ral Assembly in New York two days later t Diplomatic sources sais they ex pect Khrushcevs schedule will be announced at President Eisen lowers summer headquarters at Settysburg probably today ut perhaps The announcement was not ex pected to include precise details on Khruslteevs scheduled tctivt ies at the various stops since these have not yet been worked AF Officers To Lose Lush Weekends WASHINGTON AP A high Air Force official promises its of ficers will accept no more in vitations from a big aircraft com pany to spend weekends at a plus club in the Bahama Islands Asst Air Force Secretary Philip B Taylor conceded to House in vestigators Friday it didnt loop good for Pentagon officers to b the guests of the Martin Co or these outings Martin is one of the biggest air craft and missile manufacturers One of its officials last week tol the investigating subcommittee about inviting officers to expense paid weekends at the Eleutheri Club in the Bahamas I know the Air Force will tak steps to see this thing is not con Taylor said Meeting In Horrisburg i Push Location Of Coal Research Center Here The possibility of locating a cen ter in the Indiana area to imple ment the states coal research program took on added signifi cance today following an exchange I of correspondence this week be Itween Governor David L Lawr stander was than impressedence and Pennsylvania Turnpike with Kookie fjr a raw egg sailed his way The sjgg stained Kookies jacket and also hit a reporter Who Else Repairs Them McGill Motors has two factory trained men oe automobile air con ditioners All makes Route 119 south opposft 5 Fair Grounds 8x Dance toniJe Club Savoy Music by Melody Master 8x Turnpike Commission In a statement issued out Harrisburg today Mr Trimarchi confirmed that Governor Lawr ence had consented to meet with the Indiana County group and ex of further ccal research in Indian of i out Subject to lastminute change icre is the proposed itinerary for Qirushchev two days New two days Los day San days Des Moines day day dayg Accommodations for newsmen and photographers wanting to ac company the Soviet leader are a rowing problem for State Depart ment officials So far 471 have asked for ac creditation to the official party Of this total 193 have asked to Follow Khrushchev the whole way This includes 123 American and 70 foreign newsmen but not an other 15 or so Soviet journalists expected to arrive with Khrush chev Some officials are anxious to avoid too large a press party on grounds that Khrushchev would be surrounded by a crowd of newsmen on all his sightseeing instead of getting to see America They also hope there will not be too many photos of Khrushchev arminarm with American big wigs giving the world an im pression of support of Krem lin policy House Bill 1723 and companion Senate Bill 617 relating to the coal research program have both been passed but only the Senate plore every possibility in favor of i bill has been signed by the Cover Commissioner E James Trimar chi Jr of College Lodge Road In diana As a result of the letters Cover nor Lawrence will meet in Haf risburg next Monday with Dr C J Potter Rochester and Pitts burgh Coal Company John Ghiz zoni president of District 2 Unit to implement the proposed Re locating a center here He said the Governor had also invited Sec retary of Mines Joseph T Kenn edy to attend Mondays meeting Earlier this week Mr Trimar chi told the Governor in a letter that various groups in Indiana County were anxious to have the nor Appropriations for the pro gram amount to to be spread out over a twoyear period Any decision to determine the location of a center will be made by the states threeman Coal Re search Board of which Secretary of Mines Kennedy is chairman A Bullet Hits Girl 2 In Head OK PHILADELPHIA AP Two yearold Catherine Mazie was play ing with her mother and brothei on the porch Friday when a 22 calibre bullet imbedded itself in her scalp She was not injured seriously The bullet was removed at a hos pital and the child was back on the porch soon the center of at traction in her northeastern Phila delphia neighborhood Police said boys walking along railroad tracks near the house might have fired the bullet into the air innocently enough They were investigating The childs mother Mrs Elaine Mazie 21 said Catherine had walked to the porch railing when she heard a sound like a stone striking the porch Catherine screamed and blood streamed down her At state establish a coal center herei reliable source said today that at mother related there hunp ed Mine Workers of America In diana County Commissioners Dee Miller Harold McCormick and Elks Dane e tonight Stardusters Orr and Mr Trimarchi i Quintet search Program Governor Lawr ence replied that he would bq hap py to meet with a group from In diana County and that he was chairman of the interested in the possibility least two members of the board have indicated they would not op pose location of a center in Indi ana County if and when the issue reaches the board See UrgePage 3 Col S on the top of her lump was the bullet which di4 not penetrate childi skull Eagles dance Top Hatters Sat Aug 22 to   

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