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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY The average man speaks words in a But the wife still in the last word An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Volume 17 City Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday September 2 1959 Two Sections EDITION H I Seven HOUSE SUSTAINS IKE WORKS VETO Indian Defense Chief Retracts Resignation Complies With Plea Of Nehru NEW DELHI India AP Minister Nehru told Parliament today that Indias defense command is continu unchanged despite a rift between Defense Minister V K Krishna Menon and Lt Gen K S Thimayya the army commander Nehru said Thimayya had resigned Monday in a dispute over the promotion of an army officer but had with drawn his resignation at the prime ministers request M The prime minister gave full backing to Krishna Menon long one of his closest and most con troversial advisers on foreign policy He said the defense min isters position was found and jus tified and praised him for his great energy and Civil authority must remain Nehru declared This appeared to put at rest re ports that Krishna Menon would removed from the Cabinet or shifted to another post Nehru gave no indication that the defense See 4 Col 4 OKQfant Tolndiana The Indiana Hospital will re ceive a grant of according to a measure approved by the State House yesterday This is one of a 32 million dol lar bill approved by the State Leg islature to hospitals in Pennsyl vania The breakdown includes Ad rain Hospital Punxsu tawney Aliquippa Hospi tal Allegheny Valley Hospital Tarentum Al toona Hospital Arm strong County Memorial Hospital Kittanning Beaver Valley General Hospital New Brighton Blair Memorial Hospital Hunting don Brookville Hospital Brownsville General Hos pital Butler County Me jmorial Hospital Canons ourgh General Hospital Carlisle Hospital Centre County Hospital Bellefonte 000 Charleroi 8 Monessen Hospi oal Citizens General Hospital New Kensington Clearfield Hospital Community Hos pital Kane Corry Memo rial Hospital Elk County General Hospital Ridgway 000 Ellwood City Hospital 000 Frick Memorial Hospital Miners Hospital of Northern Cambria Spangler Na son Hospital Roaring Spring 000 Port Allegheny Community Hospital Providence Hos pital Beaver Falls Ro chester General Hospital Sewickley Valley Hospital Sharon General Hospital 000 Spencer Hospital Meadville Tyrone Hospital Uniontown Hospital Warren General Hospital Westmoreland Hospital Greens burg Miller Elected By State Group Dee Miller Indiana County Com today was elected sec Ttatarytreasurer ot the Pennsylva nia State Association of County Commissioners The election took place during the final day of the associations annual convention in Pittsburgh Homeer City Legion Party to night 57 midgets early bird 17xA CoralGraceton Fire Co party MISS MILKMAID AND Beverly Mae Robison of Clover Hall in Washington is shown today with one of the newest cows at the Indiana County Fair Miss Robison Is Miss Milkmaid of Pennsylvania and is currently appearing at the local fair The calf Butter Girl No 1 was born at We fair Monday night about 11 oclock Butter Girl No 1 is owned by R E Kimmel and Son of Beyer Gazette photo by Lucy Donnelly Rains Fail To Cut County Fair Crowds Scattered thundershowers predicted by the weatherman failed to dampen the Indiana County Fair yesterday A good crowd was on hand throughout the second day of the 97th Indiana County Fair at the J S Mack Com munity Center Judging of the displays handiwork flowers livestock and other fair entries continued all day yesterday with some judging resuming today The novelty of seeing women Postmaster Gets daredevils handling the automo biles in an auto thrill show packed the grandstand last evening Ma rine Reserves from this area open ed the evenings grandstand at traction with a mock assault on an enemy installation Activity was again brisk as fair Full Page of Fair Pictures Page 9 goers flocked to the fairgrounds under bright clear skies The weathermans prediction today again called for scattered thun dershowers See 4 Col 7 Added Power WASHINGTON AP The House has taken a step toward strengthening the postmaster gen erals hand in dealing with the mailing of obscene material It passed legislation that would add 25 days to the present 20 days that challenged mail can be im pounded Rep Kathryn E Granahan D the author of the bill said it would help stop mail order business in obscenity The measure now goes to the Senate Inside The Gazette INSIDE LABOR Victor Riesel comments today on the Knox Mine disaster in Pennsylvania See Inside Labor on page 6 BLAIRSVILLE A preview of the Blairsville High School football team appears in the sports section See pages 22 and 23 Other Features Altddlni M Mirror t ClaiiUledi 8031 Croitwordl 80 EdltorUl g HuapiUl 31 Obituaries 4 Society 10 SporU TVIUdlo 20 World Todty U WEATHER Considerable cloudiness warm and humid tonight Rather cloudy with scattered thuudershowers and turning cooler Go me on TV at 7 KDKATV channel 2 and WJACTV Channel 8 will carry the first game of the Pittsburgh Cincinnati twinight doublehead er tonight The telecast will be gin at 7 Paris Rolls Out Carpet For Ike PARIS AP President Eisen hower made a happy and trium phal entry into Paris today riding beside his wartime comrade Gen Charles de Gaulle Packed crowds jammed the center of the city cheering as the World War II leaders drove past in an open car on their way to conferences crucial to the west ern alliance It was a greeting reminiscent of the day in 1944 when Eisen hower was cheered as liberator of Paris Unofficial estimates put the crowd at half a million or mots Officials and newsmen said the turnout appeared greater than that for Eisenhowers arrival in London Eisenhower is the first Ameri can president to pay a state visit to France since Woodrow Wilson came after World War I And France greeted him with all the pomp and ceremony she could muster a booming 101 gun salute blaring bands and a squadron of 64 whitegloved motor cycle escorts flanking the presi dential car A rainbow of red white and blue blanketed Le Bourget Air port where Eisenhower landed after a 55minute jet flight from London From the moment of their re union at the airport Eisenhower and De Gaulle exchanged warm and animated conversation al though each is awkward in the others language They got down to business just after noon at a luncheon confer See In 4 Col 1 Ikes New Crusade Succeeds PARIS Eisen lowers new crusade in Europe or Western unity appears to be a big success so far on just about very count But the real test faces him in France Europes future could be vitally affected by Eisenhowers meeting with French President Charles de Gaulle The two old soldiers have known each other from the days of World War II along the rough road to victory and the rocky road of peace Now new problems be t them On his visits to West Germany and Britain Eisenhower faced no major disagreements or misun derstandings In Paris however he questions at issue are deli cate and farreaching They include 1 U S support for France in he Algerian war 2 Frances part in shaping Western global and her role in NATO 3 Frances ambition to become an atomic power 4 French unegsi ness over Eisenhowers meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev See 4 Col 2 Vcle Crash Kills Patton RD Youth ALTOONA Pa AP A motorcycle collision killed the driver of the motorcycle and criti cally injured his passenger Tues day Thomas Cunningham 18 of Pat ton R was instantly killed when his motorcycle bumped a movingcar then crashed through a guard rail and plunged over a 10foot embankment near here Adrain S Holtz 21 of Hastings R was reported in critical condition at Mercy Hospital Al toona Labor Bill Delayed By Snag WASHINGTON AP Sen John K Kennedy D reported today a con struction site picketing snag lad caused a sharp setback to hopes for quick final agree ment on a labor bill The 14 conferees trying to compromise Senate and House bills up for iunch with plans for a final settlement today apparently gone awry But they agreed to meet again Kennedy the conference chair man said the House parliamen tarian had ruled that a construc tion picketing provision pushed by the Senate Democratic conferees could be killed on a point of order if it were included in the final bill The Massachusetts senator said this was a big disappointment not only to his side but also to some House conferees who want ed to include the provision As a result Kennedy said the Senate conferees decided not to go ahead with votes this morning on other issues over secondary boycotts and organizational pick eting They agreed in principle on those matters Tuesday None of these are settled now in view of the new setback on construction site he said A new compromise on the con struction picketing issue was of fered as the conferees met today Republicans said before Senate and House conferees met for their 12th day of sessions they woulc be willing give that Congress would the construction industry problems next year if democrats would drop the site picketing issue in the pending bill Several of the conferees seek ng to compromise varying Senate and House bills said all other is sues had been settled in princi ple However votes on the lan juage carrying out these agree ments were to be taken in todays icssin Senate Democratic conferees lave been insisting that construe ion site picketing be exempted rom a general ban on secondary boycotts in the bill Commie Forces Take Laos Towns VIETIANE Laos AP Com forces including regular Vietminh troops have captured 80 villages in a new attack in northern Laos They have ad vanced to within about 18 miles of government headquarters at Sam Neua the secretary of state or defense said today Ask Water Hikes In Cherry Tree HARRISBURG AP Cherry Tree Water Company to day proposed an estimated annual rate increase Nov 1 for 55 consumers in the Cherry Tree area ofIndiana County All flat and metered rates ex cept those for building private ire protection and four and six nch meters will be raised proximately fifty per cent under a new schedule filed with the Pub lic Utility Commission Minimum charges for four inch meters would be decreased from to quarterly six inch meters from to TALKING THINGS OVER President Eisenhower and Sir Winston Churchill chat during dinner party at Londons Winfield House yesterday when Ike was host to World War II associates Behind them is Field Marshall Viscount Montgomery AP Wirephoto via radio from London Call NuMine School Meeting On Closing they will Hold f public iri the curreiit school closing students attending NuMine Elementary School have been sent home until the problem of sanitary water is cleared up Floyd O Smith supervising principal told the Gazette today Everyone at the NuMine school has been sent home There will be no school until a report of safe water is re turned by the state Students will be notified when classes will be re Mothes of children attending the school picketed the building yesterday in a protest of conditions of the water They said the water has not been fit and refused to leave their children enter the building A group of mothers it was pointed prepared a pe tition asking for better water and last night had itforwarded to Gov David Lawrence in Harrisburg The protest over the water sup ply came into fall bloom Monday when school officials improvised a plan to haul water to the build ing due to a breakdown of the Kovalchick Water main pump Mothers immediately protested and organized pickets on the claim the water was not fit for human Tomorrow nights mealing of the school will begin at Pur pose of the session is tc hear the mothers complaints and to seek a solution to the problem Approve ISTC Sewage Funds Rep William G Buchanan In diana announced this morning hat the House of Representatives las passed his bill which provides for a appropriation to the borough of Indiana to improve the sewage system Buchanans bill passed by a vote of 196 to 0 Since Indiana State Teachers College is a state nstitution within the borough of ndiana Buchanan said the entire membership of the House sup ported him in his contention that be state should finance part of he cost of this project If this bill passes the Senate and s signed by the governor the tax payers of Indiana Borough will not have to raise this in borough taxes One Vote Short Of Override WASHINGTON AP The House today sustained by one vote President Eisen howers veto of a 000 public works appropria r tion bill The roll call vote was 274 in favor of passing the bill over the veto and 138 against A twothirds vote is neces sary to override Thus this tally would have gone the other way on a single switch of a vote The outcome upheld Eisenhow ers record of never having had a veto overriden There have been 144 vetoes in the last By years The House action kills the bill and the Senate will get no chance to act on the veto The vote was so close that a recapitulation or recheck was ordered after the roll was first called Republicans confident the pres ident had been sustained called for Speaker Sam Rayburn D Tex to announce the vote as re corded on the initial call but Rayburn held off and ordered the recapitulation The final tally showed 6 Demo crats voting with 132 Republicans to uphold tha President and 11 Republicans voting with 263 Dem ocrats to override When the roll call was first tak en it appeared the vote had been to override the veto How ever several members switched their votes Those first voted to ridelinii their vote included of Wlllard S Ivoi D Fentonj Pennsylvania Re publicans Rep Burr P Harrison wKo originally voted changed his vote and to override Rep A S Perlong who had voted to over ride changed his vote to pres which did not count in the tally There was no debate The appropriation Dill provides financing for several lundred public works projects in just about every congressional district Most of them are river and harbor and flood control jobs For years it has been known as the pork barrell bill and has been a congressional favorite be cause of its popularity in iome districts President Eisenhower vetoed ft last week because it provided funds for 67 projects in 32 states for which his budget program had made no prevision It exceeded his money requests by about 30 million dollars Seven of Eisenhowers direct or indirect vetoes have come this year The House came within four votes of upsetting his veto of a rural electrification bill last June 30 two days after the Senate See 4 Col 8 On Anniversary of Start of Ike World War II Pals Hold Reunion In London By EDDY GILMORE LONDON Ei senhower had a happy reunion in a reminiscing atmosphere Tues day night with British comrades of World War II The President was a laughing joking host quickly putting at rest any tenseness that might have been felt by those of the guests who have criticized his war strat egy in their memoirs By coincidence stag dinner was held on the 20th anniversary of the German invasion of Poland which set off World War II Eisenhower cordially greeted Field Marshal Viscount Montgom ery whose critical comments net tled Eisenhower so much that he snubbed a card from Montgomery last Christmas When the evening was over Montgomery left beaming and waving enthusiastically to a cheering crowd outside Winfield House the residence of U S Am bassador John Hay Whitney where the dinner was held At dinner Montgomery sat with in talking range of Eisenhower just five feet across the table What was said during the meal was not disclosed But Eisenhower was in high spirits and in no mood to raise past antagonisms He placed in an honored seat at his left Field Marshal Viscount Alanbrooke who also has had a few criticisms of his wartime leadership Alanbrooke was Brit ains top commander during the war Field Marshal Earl Alexander commander of Allied ground forces in North Africa and later in Italy during the war sat at Eisenhowers right tie the President greeted each of the 25 British guests at the door The President put his hand un der 84yearold Sir Winston Churchills elbow and led the par ty into a large foyer for a group picture The President sat in the middle of a sofa with Churchill on his right and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan on the left When the photographers crowd ed around for a closeup Macmil lan seemed momentarily startled But Eisenhower was amused and told the prime minister Now you cam see the whites of their The President tfren ChurcJiiU t hji feet an4 stood aside to let the aging statesman lead the way into the dining room Whitney sat opposite the Pres ident with Churchill on the am Wearing dinner jacket and black jbasssiiprs right MDraculaM Captured In NY Slayings 4 NEW YORK teenage Puerto Rican who turned from Bible reading to become the Dracula of New York side walks was seized by police today and tabbed the capeclad leader of a gang which viciously killed two boys without reason I dont care if I the 17 yearold youth Sal Agron arro gantly snarled at police My mother could watch One of the greatest manhunts in New York history had been staged for Agron since the Sun day killings which climaxed a spate of juvenile terror and mur der The surly Agron boy nabbed with two others while loitering on a Bronx street at 2 wouldnt admit that he knifed two younger boys to death in a West Side Man hattan playground early Sunday But be admitted he body during a gang group chatting idly in tha ground after leaving a movto victims were unknown to lackers Even bef See PracqlaMNn Cft f vary   

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