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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY AII Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member the Family thnt make Woman ate often the that broke the man 18 Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday September 3 1959 Two Sections NORSE Sevan Cantt LABOR f HEF SURE it the displayed before a Paris department store Eisenhowers limousine passes by Above the sigrijire displayed ahuge United States flag and aFrcnch estimated miUibn Parisians turn ed out to see the CNEA Teiephoto Blueprint For West By Ike PARIS AP President Eisenhower today gave the West a blueprint for peace Refuse to retreat one inch from principle and stay flex ible tactically Then there be ho war There willbe the President told the North At lantic Council during a sur prise visit The President sandwiched the quick visit to JfATO headquarters into a tight schedule of talks with West ern leaders and French Pres ident Charles de Gaulle Arising fresh and apparently re laxed after a late whitetie state dinner with De Gaulle Eisenhow er pitched vigorously into the last day of his European tour His appearance at the counci was designed to calm of the smaller powers that his coming meetings with Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev spelled a lessening of their roles in NATO NATO is a matter of spirit of determination to work as partners and to preserve the ideals we all the 68yearold President 1 Buchanan Opposes junior College Plan HARRISBURG approval given by the Democraticcontrolled House indicates the administrations higher education program is headed for trouble in the Senate A proposed statewide system of junior colleges got the bare constitutional 106 votes Wednesday A plan for a council on higher education picked up a few more votes and passed 11963 Heavy Work Schedule In House Seen said If we are firm among our selves if we refuse to retreat one nch from principle if we remain flexible so far as tactics are in volved if we give NATO the same jatriotic deep devotion we give to each of our own nations then See Page 8 Col 1 9 WASHINGTON AP Speaker Sam Rayburn DTex said today the House will Although both measures had bi partisan sponsorship only a hand ful of Republicans voted for them Republican opponents objected that the higher education plan would embark the state on a pos sibly farreaching program before it has decided what its responsi bilities are in this field Rep William G Buchanan who led the opposition meet Monday we opposition i declared existing college facilities Labor Day to acf on be rather than legislation undertaking a junior college pro If necessary to get the labor billgram He further argued that ft out of the way this week Rayburn would create too many colleges in said there also will be a session a state which already has many Saturday On the Senate side Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of has called for both Satur day and Monday sessions in a drive to get Congress out of town by Sept 12 I That proposal colleges See 8 Col 5 2 Unions Strike TITUSVILLE Pa AP Some 1600 members of two unions struck drew fire Wells Corp at mid Sen Hubert H Humphrey Dj night Wednesday in anew wage Another NY Stabbing In Brooklyn NEW YORK new stab bing in Brooklyn gave added ur gency today to official efforts to stamp out juvenile violence that has taken four lives in little more Minn who said Congress ought to and hold yearlong grow up sessions Rayburn made the Labor Dayj meeting plan definite He said the Cturday session in the House will held to act on the compromise labor bill if the Senate which acts first does not finish the chore Friday To Broaden Tax Powers House voted to broaden the taxing powers of the states second class townships effective immedi ately The legislation would grant them 6 to levy the same taxes as cities boroughs and first class town ships The House approval Wednesday 1860 completed legislative action on the bill It now goes to Gov Lawrence contract dispute Both unions had extended con tracts until Wednesday A union spokesman said no further talks were scheduled than a week Dominick Scuderi 18 suffered serious knife wounds in the side Wednesday when he and three companions were attacked on a street by 15 other youths He was taken to a hospital Police said they believed the at tackers were Puerto Ricans be longing to a gang known as the Majesties They asked Scuderi and his friends whether they were mem bers of a rival gang Scuderi a high school graduate about to en ter the Air Force said they were not Well you took care of one of our guys and now were going to take care of said a spokes man for the gang and then a knife flashed Six of the other 12 have been booked on homicide charges four for unlawful assembly and two for juvenile delinquency Labor Day Safety Plea Made By State Police State Police Sergeant Edwin V Gaffney head of the Indiana substation asked the cooperation of motorists In Indiana County in cutting down on the increas ing number of accidents on highways In a comparison between July and August Sgt Gaffney re ports an increase in the number of accidents in the county from 36 in July to 49 in August Property damage rose from in July to last month The number of injured persons also went up from 21 to 28 and the Police report one per son killed in each of the two months Many of the are un the Sergeant said bringing hardship and bodily injury 4hat need not He pointed out that most of the accidents are caused by opera tors driving too fast for condi tions This is indicated by the increase in the number of one car accidents Sgt Gaffney added that dis courtesy on the roads also causes many of the In an effort to help people from having so many accidents the Sergeant said all troopers as signed to the Indiana substation will be on 24 hour duty over he coming Labor Day weekend We are going to do our utmost to reduce the number of holiday he added Sgt Gaffney concluded his plea by requesting that drivers use common sense and courtesy keeping alert tojmssible danger ous highway situations Living Index Rises In State HARRISBURG vanias costofliving index rose to a recordhigh between April and July according to the Labor and Industry Department Prices rose per cent during that period to hike the states index to of the 194748 base period Higiier food prices arid an in crease in the state sales tax from 3 to per cent were the primary factors tor the quarterly change the said Wednesday i Refuses OK On Works WASHINGTON AP The House Appropriations Committee refused today to approve a new public works bill stripped of proj ects which caused President Ei senhower to veto an earlier mea sure Instead it voted 2319 to give a subcommittee the job of drafting an entirely new measure to re place the vetoed bill Behind this maneuver is a de sire by some Democrats to punish nembers who voted to uphold the residents veto of the original bill They could do his by denying or reducing funds or river and harbor and flood control projects in districts repre sented by members who upheld he veto An effort to override the presi dents veto failed by one vote Rep Clarence Cannon hairman of the full committee and the subcommittee said it might take two hours two days or two weeks to draft a new bill We want to take a close look it some of these a top Democrat said Many of them are in districts represented by nembers who voted to uphold the veto for economy reasons We may decide to give them some eal economy right in their own The vetoed bill rejects to which contained 67 the president Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says today that the cabinet members are feuding over who has charge of labor affairs See page 6 INDIANA Indiana High football coach Dick Farabaugh has quarterbacks this year Which one will he choose on pages 18 and 19 two good See sports Other Feafures Alitddlai ttmp 34 Busiiicsi Mirror 3 C 367 342S Croitwordf Editorial Uoipittl WEATHER 52 to t0 Sunny and Society Sports 20SI 18 World ibjected They were in 32 states nd involved an initial outlay of and an eventual cost f After failure to override the to House leaders first made Jlans to simply strip out these rojects That would have left a bill to finance sever al hundred projects When the Appropriations Com mittee met a motion to do this was defeated on a tie vote 1919 A later motion brought the2319 vote to draft a whole new bill The House yote on the question of overriding the veto was 274 138 with 263 Democrats and Republicans dent1 11 opposing the Presi Pit Miners Vote To Join Mine Union Employes of the Open Pit As sociation voted last Sunday to join theUnited Mine Workers of Ameri ca according to John Ghizzoni president of District No 2 of the UMWA Concerning the action by the open pit employes who had been nonunion unfil now Mr Ghizzon issued the ibllowing statement to tile employees of the Open Pr Sunday at Allport Pennsylvania After the usual preliminaries ol organization a discussion was had and the invited speakers were to be called upon to speak It appeared that only the United Mine Workers of Americas representatives came and the speaker for the United Mine Work ers of America was Mr Harvey Younker Vicepresident of Dis trict No 2 United Mine Workers of America Mr Younker spoke at length giving those present an historical background of the Unit ed Mine Workers of America its aims purposes and policies He also spoke on the coal business in jeneral and stated that the Open Pit workers as well as the deep mine workers needed protection by a union of their own choosing The alk was very well received and the meeting by an unanimous vote voted to join the United Mine Workers of America Since last Sundays meeting we have had numerous inquiries orm the men who work for the pen Pit Association and it can be said that the reaction from all of the men is excellent The next meeting will be held at Hawk Run See 8 Col 4 Accidental Death HARRISBURG AP Claude Cherry 21 of Steelton was shot o death by a pistol being ex amined by a friend Wednesday According to police Cherry had offered to sell two guns to Eulas Mitchell 40 Mitchell looked at one put it down and picked up the other a 22 caliber pistol It discharged BUDDY AND Spears fouryeaiold son of Robert Spears manager of the Brookshore Hereford Farm Saltsburg is shown with his the reserve champion Hereford steer named The Brookshore Hereford Farm owned by L D Hugh also had the grand champion Hereford female at the Indiana County Fair The female 20 months old was also the grand champion at the State Farm Show in Harrisburg in January pictured above weighs pounds Smoky He hardly tipped the scales Gazette photo by Lucy Donnelly Remaining For Fair Three big days and nights of activities remained on the bounty Fair agenda today as the annual event moved into the last half of its weeklong stand at Mack Community FIGHT Long Talk Opposing Bill Begins WASHINGTON AP Sen Wayne Morse DOre launched a fight in the today against the compro mise labor regulation bill worked out by a Senate House committee Indications were that measure would get near un animous when Senate could get to a vote Morse made it clear he prob ably would speak at some length He said he wanted to give in de tail his reasons for believing that the conference report on the bill should not be adopted Sen John F Kennedy chairman of the SenateHouse con ference on the bill was waiting to make his explanation of the compromise version Morse said he felt Kennedy in his presentation could comment on Morses objections The Senate met hours earli er than usual and leaders had said they expected the labor bill conference report to be one of the first orders of business But two other were called up first The compromise bill worked out Wednesday writes into federal law for the first time detailed controls over internal operations of unions on such points as finances elec tions trusteeships and rights of members But it this is the part which caused the long and diffi cult up the Taft Hartiey law on such bitterly as r Center The Fair reached the halfway mark yesterday with con tinued judging of livestock and farm entries presentation of awards by G C Murphy Go and the first of three nights of a Carnival on Ice show at the grandstand Hoffa Raps AFLCIO On Silence ATLANTIC CITY Teamsters Union President James R Hoffa says the leaders of the AFLCIO are selling out their members by their silence on the compromise labor bills Hoffa in an address to the New ersey Teamsters Joint Council Wednesday night also described Walter P Reuther as the big mouthpiece of the He said Reuther is remaining silent in an effort to secure the vice presi lential nomination at next years democratic national Reuther uses other peoples ilood as a transfusion for his am Hoffa said He wants rouble turmoil and confusion in in effort to gain his goals and that s why he has been Hoffa later said he didnt think AFLCIO President George Meany would invite the Teamsters back as he handled it Mitchell said into the national labor federation bullet striking Cherry in thebut Teamsters will cooperate with AFLCIO unions on an area basis to fight the labor reform bill chest Eagles Party tonite Thurs tfx The Carnival on Ice extrava ganza will also be featured this evening at Preceding the show will be the annual presentation of 4H and FFA awards by the Indiana Coun ty Bankers Association Seven variety acts were on the schedule for this afternoon in front of the grandstand Tomorrows card is a lucrative one especially for the children The Indiana Evening Gazette will present its annual Big Kiddie Circus at 2 Admission to the grandstand tomorrow afternoon is by a Gazette coupon and 25 cents See 3 8 Col 4 Release Clymer Boys To Pa rents Two Clymer juveniles aged 15 and 16 were released to their parents by Indiana Borough Po lice after they were apprehended last night trying to force open a soft drink dispenser at an Indi ana gas station The duo was apprehended by Sergeant Howard T Sanford and Patrolman Edmiston as they were using a knife to force open the pop cooler at the cor ner of Fourth and Philadelphia Streets about this morning They are awaiting action by the juvenile court ing v In the end the conferees ac cepted the basic pattern of the broader LandrumGriffin House bill on the TaftHartley changes in the seventh and But Sen John F Kennedy D Mass and the other Senate Pern ocratic conferees succeeded ia getting into the measure limita tions on the new TaftHartley provisions aimed at protecting legitimate union rights On the first six titles stealing See 8 Col 3 Newsmen At Benny Truman Tape Video Scene scene Wednesday for one of the the comedians fall television shows and 132 Republicans upholding it Extend WW 11 Bonus Deadline UAnn vMJiaii uitivc ill UiC HARRISBURG LegisTruman Library He is seated at lature has agreed to extend the D for the World War II INDEPENDENCE Mo Because of union regulations Harry S Truhe is being paid for his ap IpeaVwce The money will go to Former President man andJack Stagehand The dialogue cards O vw A j vunoU Newsmen were allowed at rewho has the dialogue cards jto rest my feet beneath a portrait of President A reporter Mr Truman is it significant that you are sitting un der that picture Truman No I wanted a place hearsal where the ad Jibbing went something like this Scene Trumans office in the deadline veterans next year bonus until the end of his desk Benny enters The di rector yells at one of the stage hands Benny to Truman Youre Benny to Truman You know He and Benny have been under what they call them really you Truman No what Benny Idiot cards Truman Go ahead now tnree hours Truman is still going strong A woman remarks that Truman looks older than Truman Thats right Hes 80 is set in a bill which the Housecant yell at passed 1830 Wednesday and sent Truman Go ahead and fw to Gpv Lawrence for action The dont give a damn Just treat me previous deadline was last Dec 31 like youd treat anybody else he and treat me like you would any land Im 81 actor and notice I said Benny Whew hes older than 11 am and I still get tired This They run through a sequence i has got to be a dignified show v nof n kjn 1 Truman Listen here Jack Ive bench got an undertaker friend yell 11 Some changes are Truman Sit down Jack He and Beany sit on a GunmanFires AtYankln Castro Unit HAVANA Two gunmen ired several shots today into the iome of Maj William Morgan the American who helped foil a revolutionary movement against Premier Fidel Castro Police said there were no casu alties It was not disclosed er Morgan from Toledo Ohio was at home at the time Gunmen tried to assassinate one of Morgans aides recently Cuban officials declare the as sassination attempts are financed y Dominican dictator Rafael Tru illo Castros arch enemy Morgan posed as an antiCastro rebel and was the key figure in the arrest of many Cubans since charged with counterrevolution ery activities He is one of the chief witnesses n the current preliminary hear ings of more than 100 defendants charged with plotting to overthrow Castro Chief Prosecutor trayll signed an appeal to include in the last of defendants Trujillo and the Dominican consul in Mi ami Dr Augusta Ferrando Federal officers in Miami on May 22 charged Ferrando with conspiring to export guns and am munition to the DominicanRepub lic War Secretary Wins In Dispute BUENOS AIRES Argentina AP Secretary Gen Elbio An aya emerged as the apparent tor today in a sudden military ov sis that threatened bis authority Anaya seemed to h4ye quelled the rebellious many army proclamatioos at which pledged support to Gen Cartai Toranzo Montero ousted as armys commander in chief The secretary named Cw dro as the mander in chief controversial gekerals from posts and ordered other generals I i
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