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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                County A TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Young girls like to keep pany with promising young men if they promise enough Volume 14 Next Week City County Fourteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday August 29 1959 Telephone HO 55555 EDITION Seven Cents Rain S Basements Traffic Hit A fierce rainstorm last night drenched Indiana Coun ty leaving countless flooded basements and snarling traffic for more than an hour The storm accompanied by a spectacular electrical dis play struck the area about 7 oclock and didnt subside for more than an hour Damages from the down pour and subsequent flood ing are inestimable The rain reportedly the most severe cloudburst in Jpseveral years in this area failed to bring a halt to the local heat wave The weather man predicted temperatures of more than 98 degrees for this afternoon Indiana was struck by the storm during the height of the Friday evening shopping rush Traffic was slowed on all streets and partially blocked in one area the inter msection of Fourth and Philadelphia streets Flooding in basements was re ported in many areas Focal point of the inundation was in the south ern part of the community Sixth and Grant Streets and Route 119 South Many intersections were flooded for a short time when storm sew jtrs were unable to consume the but were cleared minutes after thet storm fcbated v sc Flooded were com monplace We had a raft of Wil liam Simpson chief of the Indi ana Fire Department saul today But we didnt do any pumping because you cant pump the creeks he added in discuss 2 Col 1 Joan Kills Six In Formosa Area TAIPEI Formosa AP Ty iu imve picnic phoon Joan killed six persons and Dinners at the J S Mack Community Center preceding the injured five in the suburbs of TaiHarvest Festival Service iday starts the first full day of activities for the 97th County fair that promises to have some IKE MAC IN TALKS FLASH FLOODING HERE DeGaetanos Cleaners mopping up a i v 97m Indiana County Fair Ready For Crowds The Indiana County Fair gets off to a reverent start to morrow evening when the annual Harvest Festival ServiceT O I I will be conducted by the churches of Indiana County britlSH iront of the grandstand beginning at oclock I Dr Will W Orr president of Westminster New Wilmington will be the speaker Many residents of the county are expected to have picnic L ft 4 T O H IT 1 i College Chinese island The typhoon with center winds said by the armed forces to have a velocity of 190 miles an hour was expected to strike the west coast between Hualien and Tai tung late tonight The Civil Air Transport earlier reported center winds of 220 but the velocity dimin housing Farmer cated between the Mack pooh and the carnival Also new to this fair is an art division featuring picture painting See 2 Col 3 Comb Jersey Woods For Missing Boy SUSSEX N J 200 searchers combed the woods and swamps of Sussex County today for a 2yearold boy who wandered off while helping older boys round up stray cows TTMlJ 1 tl Thomas Caton JJ16 lost Indiana County Jail early this storm advanced on a path thatwf accompanied back to to await further investi would take it to the Chinese main1f fewuhundrfd of hls Parents gation by Indiana Borough Police land between Quemoy and the me ir Lllertyville after he Patrolman Paul T Allison and SOt a bnai in his font Thnt mac Dinliaxsl I ri A state of emergency was dei clared throughout the island ready stricken from a big flood and an earthquake this month Lashing rains and winds swept Formosa as the 200 mile radius thing for everyone New this year will Nikita Visit LONDON Gaitskell and Aneurin Bevan Britains two leading Laborites flew to Moscow today to tell Soviet Premier Nik ita Khrushchev their plan for an Asks More Trips For Presidents LONDON British news paper suggested today it was time American presidents broke with tradition and did a little more globe trotting Americas allies have a right to see more of the man who held their destinies in his hands de clared the London Daily Tele graph President Eisenhowers royal reception by London crowds is a belated reminder of what a spell bindingly popular personality the free world has had at its head for the past seven said the Telegram is a man endowed with a smile that lifts mens Indian Papers Praise Nehru Border Stand NEW DELHI India AP In dian newspapers today greeted Prime Minister Nehrus disclosure of Red Chinese raids across the Tibetan border into Indian terri tory with huge headlines and ap proval that a strong stand is being taken Several papers said the Chinese aggression appears part of a larger Communist design against the smaller nations of Asia The statesman published in New Delhi and Calcutta said most of these nations look to In dia for protection Nothing could be better calcu lated to fan fear and despondency in small countries bordering Ti bet than the fearless overwhelm ing by weight of numbers of small detachments of Indian po the paper declared The Indian Express said it was clear now that the suppression of Tibet had brought the Communist be tents I international nonnuclear club 4H Club and Future I think it is worth while ex of America exhibits loplaining to him our concern about Centerthe dangerous situation and our I proposals Gaitskell told news Confined Harold R King 21 1004 Chest nut Indiana was lodged men HAVE A CIGAR Carney offers brother Duane cigar after they had a look at their newborn daughters a Johnstown hospital Families who live in New Florence live 170 feet apart made trip to hospital in same car were attended by same doctor who made deliveries you guessed doctors birthday All wives and fine AP Wirephoto Reds Agree To Ban NTests With West By The Associated Press MOSCOW Soviet Union has agreed to hold off testing nuclear weapons just as long as the Western powers do and said it hopes this will be forever The Soviets responded to the U S and British an threat to the whole of Asia and the democratic world Nehru told Parliament Friday that several hundred Communist troops attacked a border post this week routed the defenders and seized sections of Indias north east frontier agency south of Ti bet Matsu Islands I The first casualties were from Collapsed houses I Police went from house to house In lowlying areas of Taipei urg ing people to move to higher ground Police said more than 000 persons had been moved to schools and other public buildings Taipei for safety More than were moved at the nearby of Keelung got a briar in his foot That about seen State police in his foot That L Frederick the last he was local man sleeping in o CCiil automobile parked on a used cart clear test ban by firemen and in Indiana about 3 Britain and Under the Laborite plan Bri tain would surrender possession of nuclear weapons if all other na the United States and the Soviet not to acquire them But French plans to fire an atomic weapon in the Sahara ap pear likely to torpedo the Labor ite scheme before the party can try to put it into effect Bevan said he would like to found the i learn how Khrushchev proposes to a privatefollow up any agreement to a nu the United the Soviet W M 111 V kJld I volunteers searched through Investigation revelaed the night for Thomas They drained man had taken dash board How is he going to prevent oth two ponds thinking he might have i and a cirgarette lighter from thejer nations from having their rii m HI trt 1 Pa Legislative Invite For Nikita HARRISBURG Rep Francis Worley plans to ask the House Monday to invite Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev to speak before the legislature I think it would be a fine idea to show Mr Khrushchev how a state legislature said Worley a Republican from Adams County where the President has his farm He also asked Khrushchev to tumbled in Arbitration In Phone Strike PITTSBURGH AP Arbitra tion has been requested by Bell Telephone in an effort to set tle a strike of maintenance workers in Western Pennsylvania The strike began early in the week after a cable splicer was transferred to a truck driving job Prior to the companys request riday State Mediator Joseph S Bach offered the states services to try and end the dispute Eagles dance Harry Aug 29 Finley 14x jcar and had them in his pocket tests Bevan asked have dinner with his family at his home in York Springs Worley ca bled the Soviet leader Friday night He told a British clergyman in a letter then that the Soviets were ready to acceptthe most solemn obligations not to be the first to conduct any further tests of nu clear But the Soviets statement Fri day night emphasized that they would be free from this pledge if any Western powers carry out weapons tests France is hurrying to join the nuclear exclusively the United States Britain and the So viet making plans for tests in the Sahara Desert The United States Britain and Soviet Union have been haggling for almost 10 months in Geneva over a treaty for a permanent ban nouncements this week extending the Western ban nuclear tests at least for the rest of the year The Soviet government has made official a pledge given Aug 10 by Premier Nikita Khrushchev on Average US Citizen Paid Taxes WASHINGTON AP The average American paid in taxes to his federal state and local governments during the 1958 fiscal year This brought in to all the government treasuries Both figures the Census Bureau reported Friday were less than the year before The average American less in taxes than Cold War Dealings On Agenda By M ARROWSMITH WENDOVER England the serene peace of the English countryside President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Harold Mac millan turned today to a dis cussion of Western strategy in the cold war dealings with the Soviet Union The President preparing for his talks next month with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived shortly after midday for a week end of conferences at Macmillans secluded country estate Chequers The President flew in from Scot land where he had visited with Queen Elizabeth II and her fam ily He was met at Benson Air port by Macmillan At Benson from Che quers a crowd of several cheered as Eisenhower stepped from a Brit ish jet airliner Crowes cheered See 2 Col C Ike Possible Godfather Of Queens Tot BALMORAL Scotland AP Word went around the Scottish highlands today that President Eisenhower may be godfather to Queen Elizabeths expected child Royal aides would not comment but the people of the glens were saying nothing would be more natural than for the 33yearold Queen to invite the President to the christening or to name a proxy For one thing they said the Queen and her husband Prince Philip are on the closest terms of personal friendship with Eisen wvw 4t J mj J WUfc he did in fiscal 1957 The treasurcastle gates to meet him ies collected 300 million dollars less The recession caused the de creases Federal tax intake dropped by But state and local lower From the moment at Balmoral Castle familys holiday home he arrived the royal the Pres ident was treated more like a fa orite uncle than a visiting head of state The Queen expecting her third baby early next year went to ths The Soviets have balked at i governments by starting new western insistence on establishing controls to prevent sneak tests The negotiations recessed on Wednesday for six weeks with taxes and raising rates increased their revenues by billion dol lars Meanwhile total government In Senate Floor vwvui fiVVCilJIUCiH agreement on only minor parts of debt increased to 400 000 000 the treaty Federal debt reached and state and local debt Both Sides See Close Labor Measure Vote By JOE HALL WASHINGTON AP nnf r His substitute would put the The two bills were quite simi Both conferees finished their ninth daySenate on record in favor of comliar in the first n r na oo co sides predicted today a close vote of intensive sessions on the compromise proposals on the dead m next weeks Senate floor showplex legislation w me aeda down on the three major points in I Senate Republican Leader Ev disagreement on the labor regulaerett M Dirksen of Illinois one locked sections These were fered earlier this week by of the tion bill Sen Barry Goldwater supporting a move for the Senate to instruct its conferees to give in to the House on the points esti mated his side would have 45 to the full 55 votes Senate is A majority of 51 Sen John F Kennedy DMass offering alternative plan to ac Dance tonite Sat tfx cePl the House language in part but with some Senate provisos Dance tonightClub Savoy he hopeful of victory ft IJ TU fl I tic by The The Senate floor fight was set of the conferees announced he be lieved a deadlock had been reached on the three points and four Senate Democrats on the con ference The resolutions are scheduled to be debated starting Monday with Senate bill more some respects and stringent the House Will that he was ready to go back tovoting to begin perhaps on Tues the Senate floor Dirksen filed a resolution to in day The conferees already have an Jibivc struct the Senate conferees to acagreed on the first six titles of cept the House provisions on nolthe bill dealing with union finan mans land secondary boycotts I cial operations elections and oth and organizational picketing Kennedy said he would have preferred to wait until Monday before taking this step but filed a substitute resolution er internal matters The controversy is over the sev enth and final title covering Taft hej Hartley law changes Even here several points have been settled others But the House version is much broader on the TaftHartley amendments containing several strongly opposed by unions Kennedy said the Senate major ity on the cpnference had made many concessions in an effort to get a bill But he said it could go no farther on the three TaftHart ley changes without insisting on provisos he said were essential to protect legitimate union activities These are tha points involved in controversy No mans land See 2 Col 1 PRR Freight Now Offers New Service A pickup and delivery service will be inaugurated by the Penn sylvania Railroad in Indiana ef fective Sept 1 according to Tony Serge manager of the local PRR freight office Less than carload shipments will be transported to Indiana re ceivers from Blairsville by truck The change will enable Indiana re sidents to have doortodoor ship ments by PRR freight Outgoing freight will be picked up at the shippers business or home and transported by truck to Blairsville when it will be load ed on freight cars i In announcing this doortodoor service it was pointed out that there will be no change in the service of carload shipments reached more than 58 billion dol lars 3Hour Parade TITUSVILLE Pa AP A threehour parade followed by an oil today ends the week long 100th anniversary party of the oil industry The parade will last for three hours and include 23 bands 19 dtjum and bugle corps 3 march ing units 22 antique cars and 35 floats Dance tonite Sat tfx Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says Nelson Rockefeller has asked Tom Dewey to assist him with his campaign for the GOP presidential nomin ation See page 6 MAJOR LEAGUE Theres an ironic major league story concerning Ron Slioop of Rural Valley and Steve Demeter of Homer City Read about it in the sports pages 8 and 9 Other Feafwres Aladdmj Lamp tumio 10 J13 1011 UospiUl Notes Obituaries J Town a WEATHER Continued hot and humid tomght and Sunday Scattered and thundershowers occurring mostly in the afternoon and eve ning High today in upper 80s and lower 80s Low tonight 65 to 72   

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