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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Old soldiers never die They retire as chairmen of some little billiondollar corporation Volume 36 Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday September 25 1959 City EDITION Steel Strike Negotiations Collapse Again HE GOT A WATCH FROM company worker Ken Jackey displays the watch which was given him yesterday by Russias Premier Nikita Khrushchev after Jackey stopped the Soviet leader and offered him a cigar Khrushchev stripped off the watch and gave it to Jackey during the tour of the Mesta Machine company plant near Pittsburgh AP Wirephoto Assassin Shoots Ceylons Minister By DENZIL PEIR1S position a breakoff in negotia tions Finnegan said R Conrad Ccop j wuuuueu toer Steel Corp vice president day by a gunman attired in the yellow rpbes of a Buddhist and chief industry negotiator sug monk 6 J COLOMBO Ceylon AP Prime Minister Solomon W R D Bandaranaike was shot and critically wounded to gested that contract clauses be discussed Monday x ut uiouu The daises deal with earlier in were given him Ceylon radio broadcast appeals for addidustry proposals to strengthen the Three bullets were removed A medical source said tht shots penetrated his liver and spleen Four pints of blood No Date Set For Meeting NIKITA NEW YORK tiations in the 73day steel strike vital to the nations economy collapsed today with no date set for another meet ing Federal Mediator Joseph F Finnegan indicated that when the bargaining did resume it might be another sibly Washington D C Finnegan said he would confer this weekend with Labor Secre tary James P Mitchell to look at the overall R Conrad Cooper chief indus try negotiator had suggested that the bargaining resume here Mon day with a discussion of contract clauses proposed by management to give the companies greater control over regulation of work practices in the steel plants David J McDonald Steelwork ers Union president who has termed the proposals a union busting plan said that discus sion of them would be futile and that the union would not attend the suggested Monday session Newsmen asked Finnegan whether he considered the union COUNTY NATIVE KILLED Harry Gallagher 37 a native of Indiana killed Tues day when a car crashed into his truck in Summit near Erie Born near North Point the deceased resided in Waterford since 1946 He was married to Stella Elkin Gallagher whose father still resides at Smicksburg RD Three brothers of Mrs Gal lagher reside in this area Elaine and Floyd Indiana and Ralph Marion Center RD In ad dition Mrs Gallagher has two married sisters anda third AI deen at home Burial for Mr Gallagher will be Saturday at Waterford Four children also survive Try To Take 7 Storm Grade CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP cameracarrying NikeCajun tional donors companies supervision and regu nation of work conditions in plants I tie assassin shot in the knee McDonald has said the proposals by a sentry as he sought to eswere aimed at union cape also was hospitalized There McDonald told Cooper a Monrocket shot over the hint as to his motive day session would be futile if the day to photograph Hurricane j hirn and industry insisted on adhering toGrade appealed to all to show compasjthese proposals Cooper said the As the 26foot rocket was to sion for this foolish man j industry was not prepared to drop boost a nose cone holding the iL camera to an altitude of 85 miles Pa Penalties MineLaws HARRISBURG AP Legisla tion stiffening the stitPs nonni U1 mtuunam neia a snort caucus ine cone was to tall into the lion stittemnj the states penalCy m this Indian Ocean other union negotiators andocean about 40 miles offshore A ties for violations of strip and Wild confusion followed the then said the union would not beNavy destroyer waited to retrieve bituminous open pit mining at the prime ministers present Monday in view of theit i FPSidfMIPP accnilont IIFOO fir iftlfniJn t 111 vi u o 11 Y was Gov Gen Sir Oliver Goonetilany ofthem w oa 111I1CBt like declared a state of emergenj McDonald held a short caucusThe cone was to fall into the lations was signed into law by Gov Lawrence Thursday A Penalties for strip mining oper ations are increased to a maxi residence The assailant wasindustry attitude Gracie gradually losing punch Avomg stabbed and severely assaulted by Finnegan hinted that when talks as she moved northward on a 200 a crowd before being arrested do resume they might be in amile front was centered about Police said that between change of He declined to340 miles east of here Her high IM O 4 R n J llrllQ J1 11 f Innim arvf itr kw 11 t v uu w wi liiGri Si rUtJti Hilti UD LiirOUffn LiiPiYi mum fine of to with no and two men where but there have beenest winds were bare hurricane win rise the deadlv snout of a jail term except for failure to paythe robes of Buddhist monks unconfirmed reports that it might force of 75 miles an hour 20th centurv draeon on its wav iuui vein Weather Bureau scientists hoped to space The mediator said he camera capable of photo to confer this weekend with Labor graphing a 300mile span of ocean jail term except for failure to paythe robes of Buddhist monks unconfirmed re the fine j called at the prime ministers beJVashington The amendment to the bituminhouse and asked to see him ous open pit mining law inserts Bandaranaike greeted them a minimum fine of and proAfter they had talked the prime S vides for a prison term of up tominister took leave of one by at the overa11 a complete storm In the past three months for violations The j ing As he was about to bid fare He indicated D0th sides in the cameras in planes and weather the other the first strike were Just as deadj balloons have recorded only seg 45caliber revolverlockei as tney were wnen thelments of storms HAonn I 53 Die In Air Tragedy BORDEAUX France AP A French airliner bound for Africa crashed and ex ploded within minutes of takeoff Thursday night kill ing 53 of the 65 persons aboard Three children were among the 12 survivors thrown clear before the fourengine DC7 blew up and burst into flames Most were burned seriously The plane made a twohour stop over in Bordeaux after an un eventufl flight from Paris on a regular trip to Bamako French Sudan and Abidjan on the Ivory Coast Officials of the privately owned TAI Transport Aerien Intercon tinental airline operators of the aircraft said several prominent African politicians were aboard Among the survivors was Sekou Sissoko health minister of the French Cameroons Most of the passengers were French Airline officials said there wexe a few Britons aboard but there was no immediate indication of any Americans on the flight The plane plunged into a forest two miles from BordeauxMerig nac airport just before midnight after making a shaky takeoff The pilot appeared to be hav ing gaining altitude on leavingflie We could hear the engines Sec 7 Col 8 HardRock Miners Dig Missile Pit VANDENBERG AIR FORCE Base Calif think they were digging a hole to hell but its really aimed at the heavens There will be times when the hole is a veritable inferno Smoke and flames and ear splitting thunder will roll forth then struggling up through them present maximum fine of well to remains unchanged i whipped Its mission may be the destruc Or it may to skes quanta i wnippeu a revolver A companion bill gives under his robes and beian i I mines department jurisdiction six shots v over all strip mining operations by removing an exemption for strip mines which employ three persons or less Other bills signed by Lawrence I I Allow third class cities to annex UlGS ID contiguous land owned by an au thority created by the city The provision which will expire Jan 1 1960 was intended for Allen See 7 Col 5 Mother of Two jUown and Bethlehem MIFFL1NBURG Pa AP If recovered the film will hardrock quest of new knowledge for man its master The dragon really exists It is called Titan because of its size McDonald prior to todays taken to laboratories in Washing meeting endorsed a proposal byton for processing and study Of Sen John F Kennedy said it probably will be a that the Senate investigate theweek before strike inounced was no immediate ment from the companies results are an No Trespassing Notices 5c Mrs Ardithe N Donmoyer 36 ieacn or 50c doz Additional 15c for Sunbury mother of two children Lax and Cash with order j Buy now Avoid last minute rush Proper Gift ROCHESTER N Y AP What is nearby Bath N send miners toiling around the clock at this West Coast missile base are digging a lair for the oceanspanning mis sile Forty feet across and 160 feet deep the hole will be ready for occupancy by the end of January The hole called a silo because it is used for storage of the 90 foot missile is the key part of ing to the centennial celebration an eight million dollar project Provide that three members of a charter commission for third j class cities be selected by the mayor and council from among themselves Previously all of the members were elected by the vot ers Allow faculty members of state teachers colleges 15 days paid sick leave absence yearly The sick leave will be cumulative but may exceed 90 days with full pay in any one year And the Italian American World War Veterans of the United States to the list of veter ans organizations entitled to printing of their proceedings at state expense and to those auth died todav when the car in whirh miy owAvoid last minute rush 5 c icmcumai wjicuimiun an eigm minion aouar project sh wis a na and post before bad weather Indiat Bath Ont A bathtub of Three smaller holes have been P enkp ian the ana Evening Gazette tf course Its one of those sheetdug nearby for storage of the road ncir here nit a anH ii turned over Dance tonite Medoras Clymer metal tubs used in the 19th cenfuel liquid oxygen and control tury j instruments In Action In U N General Ireland Drumming Up Support On Red China Condemnation UNITED NATIONS AP lars still1 were waging rebellionhave lost their lives next week Ireland sounded out memagainst the Red Chinese using Thondup said Tibetan men were Diplomatic sources said Malaya sppkino fm a Ltiucic nL r Mark Opening Of Ubers Store The Uber Appliance and Marine Supply opened formally today at its new location at 824 Philadel phia St state expense and to those auth out UJN memagainst the Red Chinese using Thondup said Tibetan men were Diplomatic sources said Malaya This latest addition to the Indi orized to collect data today seeking support for a knives old guns or any other being tortured and sent to coni already has agreed to join Irei ana business districts main street burial places of veterans that the General Assemweapons they could find centration camps leaving theiland Support also was expected i is marking the event with an nrohibit imitation or sale of thaW brand Red China a violator Thondup said the Chinese killed women and children for the Chilfrom the Philippines Mexico andopening celebration inviting visi A FAREWELL WAVE Waving his hat as he heads for the Pittsburgh airport Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev smiles at spectators along the route after delivering a speech at the University of Pittsburgh in which he attacked the United States for its cold war policies At right is Pittsburgh Mayor Thomas Gallagher Khrushchev flew to Washington where he spent the night before going on to Camp David for private talks with f r 4fl i Nikita Lawrence Both Shrewd Quick By DAVID A LEHERR PITTSBURGH Premier Nikita Khrush chev and Gov David L Lawrence may be opposites in poli tical beliefs but both display a similar knack ofshrewdness and political knowhow This was displayed Thursday when the governor and the Soviet leader mixed it up in a verbal debate during a luncheon for Khrushchev at the University of Pittsburgh TALKS Sessions To Begin Late Tod ay WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower and So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev met separately with top advisers today planning for the talks that start late today on a Maryland mountaintop Khrushchev still a walking exhibit of energy despite his gruelling nationwide tour and a late dinner session Thurs day night was up for break ast at a m at Blair House the Presidents guest rtouse Then he went back up to the third floor to work on some papers as aides troop ed into the mansion A short block away and across the street Eisenhower was in con erence with Secretary of State Christian A Herter U N Ambas sador Henry Cabot Lodge who ac companied Khrushchev on his crosscountry tour and Llewellyn Thompson U S ambassador to Moscow Earlier the President had seen Gordon Gray his special assistant on national security af Lead Page 7 Col 1 Cerebral The impromptu debate touched on everything from politics to the steel strike to international rela tions Lawrence addressing some 500 persons who jammed the dining hall said the United States is not a one party nation He added But we are immediately as one with our President In America politics stops at the waters Khrushchev in his address came back with an impromptu re buttal You have two parties but we are said the Premier God knows what the difference is between the two parties I dont know but maybe you do Its all the same to Lawrence also touched on the teel strike claiming the walkout is an example of freedom in the United States We are not an employers na tion we are not an employes na tta very day are free to test their strength one against the other when they disagree too strenuous ly that no other solution can be See 7 Col 8 burial places of veterans prohibit imitation or sale of thejbly brand Red China a violator labeled artificial flower of the rights in Tibet Aanization J Cab Shaving Faced with opposition not only from the Soviet block but some Tibetans in recent years including in the uprising in the capital Lhasa last March NEW YORK INLW TUKK neutralist and colonial nations Ireland was make sure taxition would get the twothirds vote of the situation in V1I11U1 4WJ 11IV 1 i Vill UIG nese to do whatever they want Thailand with A number of neutralist coun tors to come and see the new store interior A number of delegations tries have opposed discussion of A greatly expanded selection of ThonduP is planning to come to were reported awaiting word the Tibetan issue on grounds it i marine equipment including boats leported anxious to New York to report to the from their governments whether would heighten EastWest tension land motors has been added to the ici proposed resoluwhat he called a true picture to rally behind the Irish proposal and widen the breach betweenmerchandise tne tWOthirdS VOte Of the Situation in ivhinh umuM tUo oj w n wcrt put Thuy inuisflay by General Assembly fled e uprsng carge prop a company which hopes to install j Gyalo Thondup 31yearold elda month ago that the Communist ion them m all its 25 hacks In brother of the exiled Dalai i rule had cost his country 80000 Kn Id tnf Hiwroc which would out the Tibetan isIndia and Red China member tion to the 1 Lama said in an interview in and a mirror you hang around New Delhi Thursday that far pr neck Iniore than Tibetan irfegu assemoiy agenda anoi incua and some other members Hunting and No Trespassing India after the uprising charged propose a condemnation resolu who want the Chinese Reds seatNotices 5c each or 50c ied in the instead of the Na Addlhioiu1 15c for tax and postage Foreign Minister Franktionalists argue that order Indiana Evening lives The international Irish tf said a resolution was in from the world forum Commission works but that his delegation bars any debate on that countrys Eagles Dance Sept 26 Top of Jurists claims Tibetans j would not try to put it in until j actions Fire Officials In Donation Plea Officials of the Indiana Fire Association today made a plea to local residents to make their contribtuions to the associations annual drive for fluids Dona tions have been slow in coming in the officials said and persons who have received the letter re questing a donation are urged to send in a generous contribution to the local fire fighting group Persons who have not received a letter may also contribute by sending their money to the In diana Fire Association Box 568 Indiana Pa New Parachute Accuracy Title drops from feet landed with in an average of inches of a neurosurgeon from Boston ex the center of a target circle the amined Mr Munford and will con news agency Tass said today and tinue to follow his progress Hits Munford HYANNIS Mass F Munford 59 president of Steel suffered a cerebral ftrombosis Thursday which par tially paralyzed him after sur gery for an accidental knife wound in his abdomen Dr Robert L OConnor U S Steel medical director disclosed today that Munford had suffered a stroke and since has been under the care of Boston specialists His condition was described as not critical but he has a paralysis of his right arm and difficulty in speaking The report said that Munford is progressing satisfactorily in his recovery from surgery on Wednesday for a deep knife wound in his abdomen Dr OConnor said that although VTunford is alert and responsive today the stroke will materially delay his Operations of the huge U S Steel Corp currently are tied up by the prolonged steel strike Munfords doctors said Thurs day he had been suffering for sev eral weeks from fatigue and nervous exhaustion The statement given out by the Cape Cod hospital where Mun ford is a patient read Dr Rob rt L OConnor announced this morning that Walter F Munford president of U S Steel yesterday afternoon suffered an apparent cerebral thrombosis commonly referred to as a stroke He is not in critical condition MOSCOW A young Sobut this will delay materially his viet parachute jumper in two recovery Last night a neurologist and claimed this was a world record Vyacheslav Krylov made the right arm jumps in a parachute contest at speech He now has a paralysis of his and difficulty with Krasnodar in the northern Cau casus Tass said He is alert and responsive this morning Inside The Gazette SECOND HOME Indiana clashes with Windber this evening for their second home game See sports pages 14 and 15 DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says the President has made the talks with Khrushchev tougher by needling him Sea editorial page 8 Other Features Aladdins Lamp busiufss Mirror thurih IS 3 45 1819 Editorial 1817 8 ID Society SporU TVIUdfc t H14 13 i Hatter 37x WEATHER Rather cloudy and warm tonight and Saturday with scattered showers and thundershowers Low tonight 50 lo   

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