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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY A togattt ante is where women buy things they cmtt bat tftftt afford to pass no An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Evmty Member of Family Volume 19 twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday September 4 1959 Two Sections Sevon Cents Dept Back Bid F To Help Repel Red Attacks WASHINGTON AP u The State Department today voiced support for the Laotian government but declined to say what steps it will take with regard to the appeal for United Nations help to resist Communist aggression Laos is seeking U N troops in the fight The United States already sending largescale warms and economic aid Press officer Lincoln White said Our support for the Lao tian government is clearly evi denced but I can not say what form it will take at this White indicated official reports are similar to news accounts which spoke of massing of Red units in Laos northeastern Sam Neua province and attacks as as six miles to the provin cial capital of Sam Neua White said the United States knows rebels are being supplied from neighboring Communist North Viet Nam As for Laotian claims that heavy equipment and North Viet namese troops have been involved too he said this had not been confirmed independ ently here LONDON has appealed to the United Na tions to send troops to help repel Communist attacks the Laos Embassy said today Bri tain at once announced it fav ored U N action if aggres sion in Laos is proved In its appeal Laos accused Communist North Viet Nam jf intervening on the side of 9 he Red rebels of Laos A British Foreign Office spokes man told a news conference after the Laotian announcement was issued If aggression is estab lished the British government would obviously be in favor of the United Nations taking action to deal with that The Foreign Office spokesman laid the Laotian government had informed Britain some days ago it was considering an appeal for military help as one method of coping with the spreading Red revolt spokesman said the appeal was sent to Secretary Gen eral Dag Hammarskjold Thurs day Answering questions the spokes man said Britain is not prepared See To 2 Col 1 Laos Request For Forces Given Dag UNITED NATIONS NY AP tO HaVe a Laos asked the United Nationsdnlled as as to de today to send an emergency force iterrmne suitable water can be the shortest possible time to found No school will be held until the report on 1he water condition is favourable See 2 Col 2 Accuses Bees Of Stealing SAN ANTONIO Tex Farmer Allen complained in UN Troop HOUSE OKAYS LABOR MEASURE BEWARE OF THE GRIM BEAPERThe National Safety Council estimates 450 persons will die from traffic acjcidents during the threeday Labor Day weekend This impressive reminder of the Grim Reaper was made by AP Photographer Horace Cort with a rented skeleton mask a bed sheet and his son Billy posed on the South Expressway just outside of Atlanta AP Wirephoto Kepp NuMine School s W RURAL VALLEY Approximately 150 parents and I interested spectators met last night in the NuMine Elemen tary School to discuss the water situation which closed the school this week Lewis T Schrecengost president of Shannock Valley Union School District presided Eight school directors were present and helped answer the many questions as did F O Smith supervising principal and C N Hemner county superintendent of schools After much discussion the di stop aggression from Communist North Viet Nam Laotian Foreign Minister Kham phan Panya addressed the re quest to Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold who has no au thority to send such a force him self He left it to to apply procedure He did not ask formally for a meeting of the Security Council LJl LUC OCtLUliy t an by the charter icourt Thursday that bees are to call on member states forstealing from ms clover forces to use against aggression Neither did he ask formally for a debate in the General Assembly He cited a provision of the charter that empowers the asseml bly to discuss any question on the ney patch For months he alleges the bees have been flying from Henry Foresters adjoining ranch taking the nectar and coverting it into maintenance of peace brought be fore it by any member Record Hop at Palace Gardens In Monday at 7 20x Allen contends the bees da maged his land and livestock and reduced the value of his property He asked damages in the county court Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON The President has scrapped John Foster Dulles policies Read Drew Pearson on editorial page 6 PIRATES OPEN Pfttsburgh opens a doordie series in Philadelphia Kead this and other sports on pages 14 anjd 15 Other Features lamp UusliKii Mirror Cburcli News 7 45 Cumioi Croiswordt Editorial Hotpltal KM 18 6t Obituirlei Society Sports TVaudio 8 141 It WEATHER Fair and cool tonight Low in the 50s Saturday mostly sunny end continued mild High 82 to 87 Saylor Fears Ike Veto On CoalStudy WASHINGTON John P Saylor Pa said today he fears a bill to set up an indepent ent coal research commission will be vetoed by President Eisenhow Ike Resting In Castle In Scotland Scotland today for a short vaca Nikita to Visit Peiping In Sept BULLETIN MOSCOW Ni kita Khrushchev announced to night he will go to Peiping im mediately after returning from the United States late in Septem ber The Premier made his an nouncement at a reception open ing the Polish Industrial Exhi bition in Moscow Ike Vetoes SecondShot Housing Bill WASHINGTON m President Eisenhower today vetoed the secondshot housing bill which Congress had passed i aftep he vetoed a more costly1 measure in July The President in a message to the Senate said the new bill like its predecessor goes too far i Although some of the features of the first bill he vetoed are removed in the new measure and some other features partly correct ed the new bill in its most im portant provisions represents lit tle improvement over the original he said There Is still time for the Congress to enact a sound hous ing bill and I once again it ao Eiserthower vsaid in a special message which the White House announced he signed Thursday in Paris Congress completed action on the second bill Aug 27 The House passed it 283105 and the Senate 7124 Both of these votes were well over the twothirds majority which would be needed to pass the bill over the veto Eisenhowers veto of the first housing bill was upheld Aug 12 when the Senate voted 5540 to override That vote was short of twothirds The President has never had a veto overridden House Unit Dares Works Veto Again WASHINGTON AP Daring another veto the House Appro TURNBFRRV Priations Committee today ap TURNBERRY Scotland a shaved down public Eisenhower arrived in ivorks appropriation bill including YOUNG WINNER Miss nine months old 500 pounds Angus female was named the Grand Champion Angus Female of the Indiana County Fair Old enough by just one day to enter the competition Miss Burgess is very young tobe named a grand charrrpiori Owner M R proudly looks onThe call about 500 pounds Full grown she will tip the scales at about pounds Gazette photo by Lucy Donnelly V To Present Gazette Fair Awards Tonight The Gazette awards for 4H and FFA Junior Livestock Judging will be presented this evening in front of the grand stand at the Indiana County Fair preceding the evening feature presentation scheduled to begin at Trophies will be presented for the champion and reserve champion in the judging of the Junior Livestock Judging Contest Officials report the crowds have been growing at the 1959 Indiana County Fair with gpod weather holding for the fair attractions M ouui I VttLCl j wi tion at a highland castle before dent Eisenhower projects objected to by Presi returning the United States from his nineday diplomatic mis sion to Western Europe Eisenhower flew by jet directly from France where he held two It sent to the House floor a bill financing river and harbor flood control and reclamation projects in almost every state after refusing to de days of talks with President lete the 67 projects which drew Charles de Gaulle rounding out a a veto last week tour that took him to Bonn Lon Tho don and Paris He plans to spend a sporting1 resting weekend at Culzean The House fell one vote short of overriding the veto earlier this week Tonight the Carnival oh Ice pre sents its last performance as well as the accompanying acts The ice show presents a color ful and unique attraction for the grandstand Included with the ice show is a juggler of national fame Fair News See Pages 12 13 Alberto who has appeared on all the top television shows Also featured is The Alaskan and his More than 20 hus obedience to their trainer Included in the presentation is a whip cracking pistol shooting rope m uuizean To keep new measure in kies go through their unique and Castle Scotland gave him a 16line financially with the Presi1 difficult routines with amazing room apartment in the castle budget the committee cut rVioiV a token of respect for his leadereverv PrtJect in it by per cent ship as Allied commander in1917 World War II His beautiful thirdfloor apart See 2 Col 3 Extra Police Patrols Here Indiana Borough Police will patrol local streets in unmarked cars over the extended Labor Day weekend according to Indiana Police Chief Harry Owens If he does veto it Saylor told a newsman it will be because of ad ministration objections to making the commission a separate agency rather than an arm of the Bureau of Mines The commissions purpose would be to find new uses for coal to perk up the industry Throughout its rocky course tli rough Congress the bill had run into this objection However both the House and Senate went along with coal industry requests for an independent commission The measure was passed by the Senate only a week ago Eisenhow er will have until the middle of next week to sign or veto it Should the bill be vetoed Saylor said its supporters will lllc iu and strike out the independentjkeep a closer check on traffic handling act that add the flavor of the west to an ice routine set to music from Crowds seem to enjoy other ex hibits including model homes on play of farm equipment proves just seats to drive them The crowds seemed pleased with until 5 the egglaying contest in the FFA end of the J S Mack Community Center fair with stock car racing schedul ed for the afternoon and a pro Biggest Victory For Ike WASHINGTON AP The House today completed longressional action on the labor controls bill and sent it to the White House for Presi dent Eisenhowers certain sig nature The measure had passed the Senate 952 Thursday night after more than eight hours of debate The House action dramati cally capped the Presidents aiggest legislative victory of the session It handed Eisenhower a bill patterned closely after his rec ommendations for legislation to cope with corruption and racke peering in labormanagement re lations The measure is the first impor tant congressional revision of la Dor law since enactment of the TaftHartley law 12 years ago The bill writes stringent new rules for protection of union mem ber rights union elections and trusteeships financial reporting by unions and employers second ary hot cargo agree ments organizational picketing and operations of the national labor relations board in small labor disputes Its first six titles aimed at racketeering and other abuses in some unions provide detailed reg ulation of union finances elec tions trusteeships and conduct of officers and employers The seventh and final title which aroused the most contro versy amends the TaftHartley See 2 Col i Set Special Registration Hours Here The voter registration office in the Indiana County Courthouse will have special hours to enable ev eryone who is not registered to vote to do so before the Sept 14 deadline Indiana County Commissioners today announced the following spe LUC lUUUWUlg display m at least two locations cial office hours for the registra on the grounds and the large distion office On Thursday Sept 10 and Fri as popular to the old man as it day li will be does to the boys who sit in the open from to 10 Dm tl and on Saturday Sept 12 from They are hopeful that every pos tent and the Sportsmen of the sible voter will register in order county have their usual fine disto be able to vote at the coming play in their building on the west general election in November In addition to the special hours at the courthouse office regis Saturday is Thrill Day at the trars continue to sit in various lo cations throughout the county Today they are in Smokeless at v VMHj Ml fessipnal wrestling match in the the county building Armstrong evening To Begin Discussions Next Enlarge Steel Bargaining Teams In Effort To End 52Day Strike NEW YORK steel The changed procedure was anby Secretary of Labor James P tjHuy wweus linn ivyixrv sieei me cnangea procedure was anoy secretary ot Labor James P ic ic He explained that these added industry and the Steel workers Inounced today by Joseph F Finj Mitchell who said negotiations hadi are from 10 amto 3 urols will enable the oolice toIUnion wil1 greatly enlarge their Jiegan director of the Federal i reached a critical staee Mitchell from 6 Pm to 9 Pm agency section US Envoy To Iks With Castro HAVANA Patrols will enable the police toUnion wil1 greaty enlarge their negan director of the Federal j reached a critical stage Mitchell teams next week in anjMediation and Conciliation Servaccused both sides of being dere No 2 in the county building Dill town in the county building Ise lin at the Catholic Church and Grant No lin the county buM ing Registrations will be taken at five other locations in the county on Tuesday Sept 8 Locations on that date include Lucernemines at the Catholic Church Blairsville in the county building Smithport in the county building Beyer South Mahoning No 2 in the county building and in Covode in the Covode Academy Hours for the field registrations are from 10 to 3 and going about the borough By apprehending speeder and effort to end the 52dayold nationj ice at the conclusion of a two jhour session of the four top nego Stee lict in their responsibility Mitchells new blast came about jthe time that the governors of I r I A11U Tli i other motor violators the police VrT u 8 about tiators for each side ithe time that the governors of hope to keep the holiday accident men who are its bargaining The negotiations between theieight of the states hardest hit by Irce agents with individual steel comtoplevel teams were adjourned jthe strike appealed for1 a conier ac Prime Minister Fidel Castro to day The semiofficial paper Revolu cion called the conference long and iree Strict enforcement keeps cidents down the chief increased to keep i local residents from being hurt in needless traffic accidents f formed t contract until Tuesday The negotiating jence with President Eisenhower to steel companies subcommittees will bring in Wednesday and will of add1ing on Thursday isenhowers fact finder in the The announcement came strike expressed his views both subcommittees will Charles M White chairman on a recorded radio program and No Gazette Labor Day negotiate separately Republic Steel declared Dusk to Dawn show Sunday night oZlems Iocalin clevelandOhio that the strike at Palace Gardens Drive Inf 20x h comPany may result in permanent loss of The Indiana Evening Gazette chosen I discuss ways to end the walkout will not publish Monday In itf observance of the Day holiday Complete news coverage of local state national and later Dance twite Medoras Grill Cly Eagles Dance Sat j night 20X J vuvwir lit lliUttVlll i mere was no immediate indisome domestic markets to foreign Jet cation whether the changed proproducers in an interview at Ohio He said he believed the out national sceaw wUl to on Tuesday CedUre meant Whites statement followed one ments a Sec dlFagel Indiana Barber Shops closed all open 18   

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