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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Theres one thlttf ftbtttt twocftr garage plenty of room tot City EDITION i Volume I Thirtytwo Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday August 1959 Two Sections Seven HEROS WELCOME FOR IKE AT Saltsburg Miner Dies MOON BOUNCE SIGNAL C W Charles Tolbert systems development specialist at the Uni of Texas Austin Texas prepares the 28foot parabolic receiving antenna to catch another radiosignal Malvern The signal is bounced off the moon The first successful experiment occurred Monday night McDonald Returns Strike Sessions Crushed By Motor AtKrolick 55year old ininer was killed instant y yesterday morning when a motor crushed him at t he Krolick Coal Co mine at nearby White Station Victim of the mine accidenl was Mike Sharon Salts burg R D 1 Sharon a motorman diec from a crushed chest anc other injuries according to county coroner Russell D Gardner Complete details of theac cident were withheld pending a thorough investigation Born Mar 17 1904 in Saltsburg Sharon was a lifelong resident 01 this area He resided for a number of years at Iselin but spent most of his life in the Saltsburg district He was a member of White Sta tion Local 7679 United Mine Work ers of America He was first married to Anna Verna Krapko who died in 1950 and later married Virginia Idella Hul lenbaugh who is among his sur vivors Other survivors include the fol lowing five sons and six daughters Michael Indiana FrankW and Lawrence T Apollo William Jr and Leonard Jf at Home Mrs Vandergrift Mrs Virginia Somrak Cleveland Mrs Betty Ann Ridenour Vandergrift Mrs Rose Marie Paluckas Cleve land Mrs Goldie Ann Sullivan Cleveland and Shirley Jean at home This Time for Peace Threatens Veto Land He Conquered 14 Years Ago Gives Huge WarmHearted Hello By HERB ALTSCHULL BONN Germany Eisenhower brought his persontoperson diplomacy to Germany tonight and re ceived a heros welcome in this land he helped conquer 14 years ago The presidential jet landed at nearby Wahn Airport at p m after a flight of 9 hours from Washington This elapsed time included an hour spent in a Newfoundland stop for refueling The plane taxied toward a welcoming party of top German government officials headed by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer The sky was slightly overcast The landing strip lights w switched on A crowd of to spec tators waited in reserved places and others were scattered around the terraces Every building was covered with people even the top ofthe control tower and the cus toms building Just as the plane halteda 21gun salute sounded Four escorting fighters of the German air force flew low overhead A dozen Air Police marched out and took posts around the plane There was a burst of ap plause as the President appeared at the door He was wearing a dark blue suit and a dark gray hat Adenauer approached holding his hat in his hand removed his hat as Eisenhower a German HARRISBURG Lawrence declared today he woulcl veto appropriations bills in order to bring his bud get into balance unless the Senate enacts the remaining 73 million dollars of his revenue program In a special message to the Senate the governor reassert ed his position thfet the state budget m m f must be an honest Also surviving are six grandbudget without padded revenue estimates to bring it into children and the following brother and sisters John Sharon Greensburg Mrs John Susan NEW YORK J McDonald president of Urban Saltsburg and Miss Helen the steelworkers Union returned to steel strike negotiations Sharon Saltsburg today He had walked out almost three weeks ago calling them a sham The strike of half a million steelworkersnow is in its 43rd day No sign of settlement was ih sight Neither McDonald nor R Friends will be received at 2 today Aug 26 at Robyison Funeral Home Saltsburg where Berserk MD Slain By La Police BATON ROUGE La AP Federal Mediation and Con Deputies smashed into the homeciliation Service services will be held Aug 28 at The Rev Guy W Wilson Conj wju officiate Interment will follow rad Cooper chief negotiator forin Edgewood Cemetery the major steel companies any comment as they went into their meeting in the Hotel Roose velt Attending the session with them was Joseph F Finnega head of of a cian berserk gunwielding physi Tuesday after tossing in a barrage of tear gas and found tfl shot to death Sheriff Bryan Clemmons said Dr David M Pipes 50 on fur lough as a patient from a mental hospital killvXl himself with a rifle shot in the neck His body was found in a bedroom The doctor at home alone held deputies at bay for hours Two officers at first tried to coax Pipes from The conferees were slated to discuss technical language pro posals worked on by subcommit tees during the past several See 12 Col 2 Belle Trip Home In Sept RIO DE JANERIO Brazil AP Earl Belle financier wanted in the house But when he j Pittsburgh said here the uoor briefly and point that if all goes well hunting rifle out they re treated We want to help you boomed the sheriffs voice over a speaker set up outside the home There WAS no answer from Tuesday he may Bell Workers Remain Away In Protest Maintenance workers of the Bell Telephone Co in Indiana and 12 other western Pennsylvania com munities remained away from their jobs today to attend contin Youth Slain Police Fear New Violence NEW YORK 14year old Negro boy was shot and crit ically wounded just before mid night in Queens and police fear it may signal a resumption of street gang violence there Ernest Elmore told police he uous union meetings All of the was walking home from a neigh borhood dance when he heard what sounded like a firecracker then felt a pain in his chest He was taken to a hospital for sur gery Police found a car with a shell from a 32 caliber automatic un der a seat A car answering the same description was seen in the at the time of the shooting mated members of the Federation of Telephone Workers of Pennsylvania A union official said a grievance over a seniority clause in the contract was being discussed at the meetings Police questioned groups ol youngsters near the dance and took from them 20 weapons in cluding switch blade knives meat cleavers lengths of pipe and a swond cane with a 10inch blade balance on paper That means that if appropria tions exceed realistic estimates of revenue I will have no choice but to veto appropriations to the ex tent necessary to bring the budget into Lawrence asserted The present gap between esti mated revenues and his proposed budget is Under the commonwealths constitution the state may not have a deficit However Lawrence sleight of hand budgeting by all governors since 1945 has led us to our present financial urged the Senate to enact a proposed six mill levy on intangible personal the value of stocks and bonds of non Pennsyl vania companies and on mortgag See 12 Col 1 Mine Inspectors May Get Hike HARRISBURG AP State A company spokesman said Vouths were held for violat phone service in all of the comm8 weapons law return to the United States around munities was normal Workers at Sept I He is wanted in connec tion with fraud charges Belle said he is awaiting word from the United States in connec tion with his case There is no ex u u A tradition treaty between I wo tear gas bombs were fired Unjted States and Brazj Into the home He would not elaborate After new appeals for to he jn the Qf come out and no response f he Unjted tossed in more gas stormed the de and found the body CoralGraceton Fire Co party Inside The Gazette BOYLE COLUMN A typical American editorial page 6 success is told by Hal Boyle today on g LAURA LAMAR Laura Lamars football is previewed today in the sports section See pages 22 and 23 Other Fcafures tending the union meeting in cluded cable splicers repair men and others The company spokesman said installation of new telephones and transfer work may be delayed by the dispute which started Tues day in McKeesport 1 C Glendenning a union vice president said the workers are protesting the transfer of a cable splicer to a light truck chauffeurs job without regard to seniority About 100 plant employees were affected by the action here Other communities where union meetings were held included Charleroi McKeesport East Pitts burgh New Castle Rochester Sharon Greensburg Connellsville New Kensington Bradford DuBois arid Warren mine inspectors would receive 500 annual salary increases under a measure approved by the House Mines Committee Tuesday They now receive a year Twin Girls Born Over Atlantic NEW YORK girls were born aboard an airliner over the Atlantic today The mother Mrs William B Stivers was flying to Bethlehem to give birth at the home of her husbands parents He is a airman stationed in England The Pan American World Air ways plane was heading from London to Gander en route to New York Capt Roland A Bell Massape qua radioed this message Passenger aboard plane in La bor Plane has No 1 priority to land at Then another message crack led Just been advised by stew ardess that twins have been born Will keep you After a stop at Gander came a third message Twins are girls Mother and twins doing well at Banting Hospital Pan American said this was the first time twins had been born on one of its planes A doctor among the passengers and two stewardesses assisted in the birth They are Dr Clarence Ing described as a missionary of the Seventhday Adventist Church and Ellen Mandzik and Yolanda Sisto both of Manhattan band struck up the Star Spangled Banner Then the German anthem was played Eisenhower stood in front of the honor guard with Adenauer at his side and Secretary of State Christian A Herter who flew from Washingtonwith him exchanged handshakes with Ade nauer and the West German for eign minister Heinrich von Bren tano The entire West German Cabi net was at the airfield Eisenhower and Adenauer ac companied by Gen Adolf Heu singer West Germanys top sol dier trooped the line of the honor guard Handshaking took five minutes and then Eisenhower and Ade nauer both laughing walked to the microphones It is a great and heartfilling joy to say welcome to you in the name of the German Adenauer said In these trying days Adenauer said all my countrymen regard the United States as the great bastion of Eisenhower renewed his pledge to stand by West Berlin in pre serving its freedom against Com munist threats See 12 Col 3 Bonn Gleams With Color For President BONN Germany AP Ban ners gleamed in the sun today in honor of President Eisenhower winging his way to a landing hert at dusk This small West German capi tal was a ribbon of color West German flags black red and gold flew everywhere So did the yellows and greens and whites and reds of state and city flags Tens of thousands of flags were passed out to children at school A few youngsters wandered about the streets waving Ameri can flags handed them by repre sentatives of Germany Indivisi alocar organization Dedicat ed to lettnification of The Stars and Stripes were or dered up on flagpoles at mansions occupied by President Theodore Heuss and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer V Word had gone out from v nauer the first on the list of statesmen Eisenhower is to see OB his journey to Bonn London and Paris to lay it on for Special stamps went on sale at to commemorate of an American the post office this first visit president to Bonn Crowds gath ered to buy them Hans Phalsgraf a cop at railroad station said Eisenhow See 12 Col 5 Out On Bail For Violation Alonzo Hicks Ernest is out on bail after being charged with driv ing while under suspension ac cording to Indiana Borough Police He was picked up earlier this week for failing to stop for a flashing light and paid the fine for that violation Further investigation revealed that Hicks was also driving with out proper authority Forcing India To Forget Report Red Chinese Cold War Against India NEW DELHI India AP Indian newspaper Held In Jail has declared a cold war against India which is forcing this country to forget about nonalignment The Indian Express published in New Delhi Bombay and Mad ras said Chinas policies since the Tibet revolt last March have obstructing Indian trade in viola tion of the Whether India likes the role or not nonCommunist nations on the periphery of the Chinese land mass will increasingly look to her India as they prepare to defend against Chinese Communist ex the Express added China is accomplishing for the frightened her neighbors and aliWest what the United States has enated her friends been attempting all these years in The result the Indian Expressvain For this is exactly the role said is an agonizing reapprais1 the West has desired India to al which is bringing Indian forj play in Asia and which India has eign policy more closely in linepersistently refused to with that of the Western nations India has opposed military The article signed by the Expacts because she is convinced press Delhi editor said the In1 they created tensions where none Roy Clawson 18 Shelocta dianRed Chinese treaty of coexj existed Now Chinas persisent i 30 Mirror 4 EdltorUI 6 CUsilfledK 3081 HoiplUI 1 28B U Society 10 Sports 33SS TVHudio 20 World U WEATHER nstly sunny hot and humid today and Thursday Chance of ternoon or evening thundershowers Low tonight about 70 3 has been lodged in the Indiana County Jail pending a hearing on a forgery charge according to In diana Borough Police istence of 1954 is dead buriedfolly is creating new tension in five fathoms the region turning smaller na The article said that in return tions thought to security and corn tor Indias continued preferring oflmon and mutual defense This is India and many of her neigh bors held aloof from SEATO the Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza tion when it was organized in 1954 by Britain the United States France Australia New Zealand Thailand Philippines Pakistan Another leading newspaper the Statesman of Calcutta and New Delhi reported new tensions be tween Communist China and Bhu tan the tiny protectorate which Nehru has said India would de fend against any attack The statesman said the Chinese The Statesman said there has been so much interference that Bhutan is no longer using the Ya tung route The story declared that among those involved in in cidents in Vatung were the prime ministers of both India and Sik kim who were detained by the Chinese virtually at submachine gun point The Statesman did not say when the incidents occurred or give the source of information Nehru used the Yatung route when he visited Bhutan last year Another newspaper the inde recently imprisoned two Bhutanj pendent Times of India said Red ese at Yatung a Ti betan city through which Bhutanese commerce from passed for years Yatung is on the most most India China has built a road across In dian territory in the disputed La dakh area of Kashmir state A Say Soviets Thrilled At lices Visit NEW YORK AP The Soviet people are thrilled over President Eisenhowers scheduled visit to the Soviet Union this fall opera star Rise Stevens said today Miss Stevens returning with her husband Walter Surovy from a visit to Moscow and Leningrad said People came up to us on the street and in the theater and exclaimed Oh how wonderful it is that President Eisenhower la The people are very warm very friendly They came to us begging Please no war Please let us have peace and They showered us with flowers and stopped us in the Miss Stevens made the Soviet tour with the Ed Sullivan televi sion show and appeared in variety programs in Soviet theaters She said she was applauded wildly when she sang Getting to Know You in Russian GE Closes Plant AtN Kensington NEW KENSINGTON Pa AP Electric Co closed its plant here today as a result of the nationwide steel strike idling some 230 hourly employes A company spokesman said the firm was forced to shut down its manufacturing and shipping oper ations for the duration of the strike because its supply of steel has been used up The plant operated by General Electrics Conduit Product will be maintained on standby basis to permit immediate re sumption of productioo when the Foreign Ministry spokesman direct fused comment re1 steel strike ends The Shelocta man reportfriendship Peiping has declaredjthe time for Uncle Sam to hawk edly passed a check worth cold war on India dubbing her SEATO arounc in the Fair View Super Market expanstioaist and imperialist and this time he route between India and Thimbu capital of Bhutan An alternate The Times said the road built a year ago links Gartok in West once will cu agis JIUAB wn cat route farther south requires an tern Tibet with Yarkand and Kash again andextra three travel in the Chinese province of find many i mountain trails I Wed Special at Delhi Ham mashed potatoes choice of Or II Eagles Party every ThurMknr   

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