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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family You know where ydu went on youf vacation but where did all tljat money go Volume 26 City EDITION Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday September 14 1959 NIKITA Two Sectiont Seven Ctnfi ARRIVE AMID MOON ROCKET ACCLAIM To Curb Ike Signs New Labor NEW QUEEN OF Lynda Lee Mead of Nachez Mississippi who is the Miss America of 1960 poses for her portrait yesterday She was crowned Satur day night the second Miss Mississippi in two years to win She is a University of Mississippi junior and a sorority sister to Mary Ann Mobley who won the title last year Her measure ments are 362436 AP Wirephoto Miss Americas Goal Set Good Example ATLANTIC CITY N J new Miss America says she thinks it is her duty to educate herself to make herself as wholesome as possible so a to set an example for the women of WASHINGTON President Eisenhower today signed into law the bill regulating internal affairs of labor unions and limiting their boycott and picketing activities The measure represents one of Eisenhowers most im portant legislative triumphs It contains TaftHartley law amendments he insisted were essential to any effective bill The new law is designed to curb racketeering and other abuses in some unions spotlighted in congressional investi gations i The new law is designed to curb racketeering and other abuses in I some unions spotlighted in con gressional investigations The law also puts new restric tions on organizational picketing by unions and on secondary boycotts A secondary boycott is one di Frederick R Finnottii Fifth rected at an employer with whom T the union has no direct quarrel S Indiana Pleaded Suiltv todav Sentences Given Today To Pleaders The AFLCIO contends the Taft Hartley changes will weaken la bors legitimate economic powers Employers argue that the boycott and picketing weapons were abr Congratulations Pour In From Around World On Perfect Lunar Feat By STANLEY JOHNSON MOSCOW Nikita Khrushchev is fly ing to Washington Tuesday amid worldwide acclaim for the Soviet feat of landing a rocket on the moon Congratulations streamed in today from the six contin ents for this development in the conquest of space American scientists were among the first tohail the handling of the 860pound lunar probe as a remarkable job of scientific reckoning and marksmanship The official reaction of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration was summed up in Washington by its deputy adminis trator Dr Hugh Dryden We have followed with interest the travel of the Soviet lunar probe to its impact with the Dry den said We wish to congratulate our WASHINGTON How scientists and engineers on obtained by Western world lustra REDS CLAIM ROCKET HITS line indicates path of Soviet space rocket which Moscow said hit the moon yester day Broken circular line marks region roughly miles from moon where pull ol moons gravitation began to effect rocket AP Wirephoto Chart to a morals offense before Judge Edwin M Clark and was sentenced to one to five years in Western j Pennsylvania In Finnptti was ord So spoke Lynda Lee Mead of Natchez Sunfused by the Teamsters and some ered won the title Saturday night along with a other unions The measure wasjtion anV7flne of WOO A true bill had been returned ciay one uie mie oaturaay nignt along with a unions The measure was scholarship and the possibility of earning about from strongly opposed by organized la bly No Assem Windup In HARRISBURG AP Ed ward J Kesslcr R chairman of the Senate Finance Committee predicted the Legisla ture will have to abandon plans for adjournment by the end of September if there is a strong move to get substantially higher school subsidies the school people get 50 per cent of what they want well have to figure more taxes he said over the weekend The sen ate would have to work hard to get out by the middle of October facing this prospect he added Kessler also cast a critical eye on a pending appeal by Highways Secretary Park H Martin for a onecent increase in the gasoline j j personal appearances Miss Mead a junior at the Uni versity of Mississippi intends to Jones Indiana RD 2 These men were ordered re Miss America is over then go v get a masters degree in English Hartley law was Passed in 1947 Newsmen gathered around Miss Eisenhower sgned the bill Mead How does she like to spend out any sPecial ceremony But two turned to the court Sept 28 for leisure time jhours after the signing Reps Robsentencing Both had two true bills I like to reid anH tJert P Griffin RMich and PhilJon morals counts filed against muLeshe said She tliem the music did not include bor in its final form against Finnotti by the Grand Ju The law contains by a wide last week on two morals counts the most farreaching xewrit ui IIUC11US lUir return to school after her year as ng of the natlon s labormanage ment relations law since the Taft Also pleading guilty today to morals charges were John Behune Indiana RD 1 and Gilbert roll I just havent been catch on to See 7 Col 8 to lO Open School At NuMine After Delay NU MINE A weeklong clos ing of NuMine Elementary School will end tomorrow with the re sumption of regular classes it was bill called on Ei Gilbert Lee Swartz Clymer also the White Huse to listed on this weeks trial list press their thanks J pleaded guilty today to charges of The Presidents wonderful supburglary larceny and receiving port certainly was the thing which made the difference in obtaining fair and constructive reform legis stolen property It appearing to the court that Swartz had been before the bar on x Martin was expected to warn the committee that refusal to raise the tax would force his department to cut back on highway projects If we are not granted the in crease we will have no choice but t6 neglect the 100 per cent state highway Martin de clared If we dont get the extra penny we will concentrate our funds on the federal system We ant do Kessler on the other hand has See No 7 Col 3 Valley Union School District The school was closed by moth ers of the students who protested the condition of the buildings wat er supply School officials said today a re port from the State Department of Health indicates the water is bacterjally Griffin told newsmen aftsimilar occasions in the past the erwards court ordered him to pay the costs But they agreed that Sen Johnlof prosecution a fine of one dol L McClellan head of thejiar and serve from two to seven rackets probes had a lot to do years in the Western Penitentiary Three other men not listed on the trial list pleaded guilty be fore the court today John Nussbaumer McKees Rocks pleaded guilty to the charge of operating a motor vehicle af ter the suspension of his operat ing privilege and was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution a fine of and serve 30 days in See 7 Col 4 with it See 7 Col 6 Some Democrats Annoy Rayburn WASHINGTON AP Speaker Sam Rayburn DTex says he is annoyed by Democrats who vpte with the opposition most of the time Discussing his congressional ca reer on a television program Sun day Rayburn said What would more than anything else is the person who comes n to Mr Smith pointed out however here as a socalled Democrat and that work is being continued to j 85 or 90 per cent of the time votes provide the building with a new j against the Democratic well Classes will be held on a nor mal schedule tomorrow Rayburn Democrats said these ought to some other socalled run FourEngined British Plane Said Missing LOS ANGELES AP A four WHERE RUSSIANS SAf ROCKET authori ties said last night in confidently pinpointing the location of their moon rocket that it would land about onequarter away from the center of the moons disc to its outer edge at a point near the Sea of Tranquility the Sea of Serenity and the Sea of Rainbows Map shows these points on the moons surface which were mapped years ago by scientists These scientists assume that the seas are dry but do not know if they are dust or barren rock AP WirephoU Map Ike Advisors Study Khrushchevs Visit Pending Decision By Only Token Blue Law Enforcement By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS he will enforce the Blue Laws un Only token enforcement wastil some sort of legal order is is niade on the first Sunday under stiffer penalties for iolation of the States 165yearold Blue Laws The Blue Law prohibits sales of specified items on Sunday sued to the The constitutionality of the laws is under litigation in federal court Under the new law violators face a fine on conviction in New legislation enacted recentlystead of the old fine Increased the fine from to In general most law enforcement for the first offense and for agencies have adopted an attitude subsequent offenses of wait and see Across the state 2nd graf Seven of the informations signed previous and eliminating graf I in Ridley Township named the under the x x x general manager and the store Across the state only 12 citationsmanagerlof Bargain City The two for violations were reported others named the operator of an In Ridley Township Delaware outlet store in the same township County private citizens signed j Magistrate Raymond Hood said nine informations alleging viola he planned to issue warrants today tions by Jhree persons at two esfor the arrest of the persons nam concessions on the premises The citations directed each to appear at police headquarters tonight for a hearing Samuel Brown the general man ager of the Bailey was polite chatting with him as he handed out citations whenever he saw a sale being made In Norriton Township Police Chief James Oliver and a patrol man gave citations to four sales tablishments Nine citations were issued in the historic talks Eisenhower will start Tuesday with qu1 at which time tribllte wil1 be riet Prpmipv Nikita AIT Paid to a11 industries now operat said was attached to the British Embassy in Washington was missing today the Federal I lOll SmOi v W Whereabouts of the plane with tarv Treasury Robert B Anderson arid Llewelly an undetermined number of perThompson U S Ambassador to the Soviet Union Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev The President conferred for 75 minutes at the White House with Secretary of State Christian A Herter Secre sons aboard posed a mystery to officials British sources said they could not immediately identify tne According to a flight plan To t noo H W at noon Sunday by pilot Paul Par ron the plane was scheduled to LOCK HAVEN Pa AP A take off at 1 p m from the Los contract agreement granting a 18 Angeles International Airport for t 7 Seattle It was cent hourly wage mcrease sent striking Piper Aircraft The FAA said in a check of employes back to work to hangars at the airport the plane day for the first time since Aug was not found There was no firmation in any report that plane had ever taken off Several other State Pepartment officials also sat in The group explored strategy for See Ike 7 Col A Evidence Backs Claim Of Soviets fellow scientists and engineers on nvuu their success in this forward step ments backs UP the Soviet Unions announcement that the Soviet We hope that the Dually hit moon American space offidali data obtained in this flight will soon be available for study by the roaay scientists of all Were said a spokes Typical of the reaction among the Soviet Unions Command and Space Administration neighbors was a declaration in muc iv Prague of the Czechoslovak newshad no formation on any Soviet moon rocket failures preceding successfjdr Vice President paper Rude Pravo We shake the hard of our broth ers cohirads our Soviet friends sharing their joy Rude Pravo said with The Soviet news agency Tass picked up a British story quoting Heinz Kaminsky director of the Bochum Observatory in the Ruhr as saying the feat could be com pared to a rifleman hitting the eye of a fly at a distance of six miles Radio Budapest said Hungarian scientists spotted a dust cloud raised on the moon when the et landed at A black ring was visible for more than an hour after the probes radio signals stopped on impact it said and the scientists expressed be lief this outlined a new crater cut See 7 Cel 1 Seward Area Possibility As Plant Site SEWARD One of the largest concerns in the United States is interested in the possibility of lo cating in the New FlorenceSew ardBolivar area it was announced last week at a meeting of Cone maugh Valley Industrial Develop ment Corp Frank M Shingler president of CVIDC told the group that a rep resentative of a large firm has in dicated his companys considera tion of this area as a possible lo cation for expansion He did not reveal the name of the company In other action members ad vanced plans for an Oct 10 ban also by the organi zation has been selected by a num ber of prospective new industries as a possible site for expansion Attention Legionnaires Clymer Post 222 Installation of officers and refreshments tonight 26x The twoyear contract which men at Bargain City USA a dis E E Wise British consulgenwas approved Saturday in a count house Oliver said the four eral at Los Angeles expressed 342 vote by workers of the Inter were singled out because they were belief the plane was one which the only ones selling had come from Washington within Here is some of the activity thatthe last couple of days national Assn of Machinists pro vides a 10cent hourly increase during the first year and an addi UCl J J U41VI Ull UUU4 occurred in the state j British ambassador Sir Harold tional 8cent boost in the second Philadelphia In accordance I arrived at Seattle Sunvear with the citys announced policy day bycommercial airliner Hej Under the old contract the work of holding off until a court decision was quoted as saying he knewers pay averaged an hour v v O0 9O V JJltl In Montgomery County reached not one policemannothing about the plane The union covers all the plants W tj w j uj 4 VI 1C LnJl IV CJI1C4J1 i Montgomery County where Bruce Bailey walked into thejMontgomeryville Mart at noon and Air search began from the Los workers except pAtty Bernard Di Joseph has saidj issued citations to five of the 201 7 J Angeles area early today I personnel Inside The Gazette ALLENSCOTT Progress in the study of the common cold is featured today in the substitutte column for Allen and Scott See page 6 COLTiJ Baltimore Colts lose an exhibition game See this and other sports on pages 14 and 15 Other Features NASA at the same time said it ln New York had told tewsmen there were three such failures also commented there was no offi cial proof that the Soviet rocket hit the moon as Moscow an nounced Even before todays report on Western instrument readings scientists had assumed succesa for the Soviet trial and sent con gratulations With respect to the report ol previous Soviet tries for a moon shot a NASA spokesman said such information if it were avail able would be classified secret by the military and we are a non classified The United States is known to be watching Soviet ballistic mis siles launching tests with long range radar and conceivably could have knowledge of launching fail ures which the Soviets did not wish to announce The NASA official saW the ev idence on the flight ot the appar ently successful rocket was anal See Page 7 Col I US Greets Saboteurs NEW LONDON Conn Francis Cardinal Spellman the United States now greets sabo teurs with honors and civic re ceptions although their briefcases may bulge with propaganda lethal than Although the visit of Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev was ap proaching Spellman did not refer to the Communist leader by name He spoke Sunday at the Coast Guard Academy here Saboteurs now arrive on our shore in jet he said While their purpose is still sabo tage their targets are the mind and conscience of He counseled the cadets to seek out and contradict Communist propaganda In the last analysis it will be the faith of America which shall determine the fate of either the faith of the Communists or the faith of our he said Aladdlni tamp 18 Business Mirror 2 1819 Comics 1617 CrotsvonU Editorial Hospital Obituaries WEATHER Society 1415 13 1 World Today administrative i Sunny with agreeable temperatures today and Tuesday High both days 73 to 77 Clear and cool tonight Low 46 to 52 Comic Study BOSTON Unlver sity has received a grant from the Newspaper Comics Council for a threeyear study of American newspaper co mics covering the history of strips and their influence oo national culture Zenith and RCA transistor radios S H green Rogers Jewelry tfx Party tonight Catholic Center
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