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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Most mew work hard to make their money first and then harder to make it last Volume 39 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday September 29 1959 i On Tibet Soviet Bloc Pulls Mass Walkout 41 By MAX HARRELSON UNITED NATIONS N Y AP Representatives of the Soviet bloc staged a mass walkout of the U N General Assembly today when Nationalist China condemned alleged Chinese Communist atrocities in Tibet All members of the Soviet delegation and its eight satel lites remained out of the Assembly chamber during the en tire speech of Ambassador T F Tsiang who pledged his governments support for a full U N debate on the Tibet question Tsiang boycotted Consult NATO On Ike Talks GRACIE LASHES ACROSS CAROLINA SHORELINE w Set For TH Steel Move WASHINGTON AP The State Department called ambassadors of its 14 orth Atlantic allies today to the U N speech of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Sept 18 The Soviet bloc in turn boycotted Tsiangs speech last week opposing any U N action on the China repre sentation issue The Chinese representative told the 82nation Assembly actions the Peiping regime in Tibet werej abhorrent to the Chinese peo j He spoke as preparations were made for a meeting of the Assemi give them a detailed Steering Committee on President Eisenhowers110 an IrishMalayan proi talks with Soviet Premier to place the Tibet question kita Khrushchev This is an early move in the process of consultation which may lead to a summit conference later this year or early in I960 on the agenda of the current ses sion From this rostrum as repre sentative of China I declare that free China condemns the commu nist atrocities in Tibet and wel A series of discussions over the comes any proposal to examine ext few weeks will determine them in the present session of whether when and where a sumthe Tsiang said mil conference should bf held or alternatively whether the Big Four foreign ministers should meet again soon to reopen nego tiations on Berlin The British French German ambassadors received an legal objections to U N action initial briefing Monday I British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan said in London that jmmniit conference of leaders of the great powers would be held in the rtar future Eisenhower made clear to re1 porters only that so far as he per sonally was concerned his require ments for a summit meeting had been substantially met tvhile they expect a summit meet ing will be held a final agree ment and arrangements still have o be worked out Eisenhowers chief objection to going to the summit was the ex Khrushchevs threat Ike Calls Talk With Both Sides By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON AP The Justice Department to day was reported gearing for quick action if President Eis ienhower decides to invoke the 77day steel strike The President has called in top industry and union lead ers to separate White House conferences Wednesday morn ing in a final effort to get fruitful bargaining without resort to the TaftHartley law provisions Officials said privately hoVever they doubt that even a personal appeal from the President will budge the industry and the strikj ing Steelworkers Union from their polesapart positions In that event Eisenoower is ex pected to trigger the emergency strike provisions into effect This would call for naming a factfind ing panel to report on the issues On receipt of the panels report the President could order the Jus tice Department to seek a court injunction to halt the strike for an 80day cooling period Justice was reported well ahead Donaldson its preparatory paper work It M Nelson World War II noted that not only Atty Gen executive wlw tion headdid today of a cerebral R head f rionaHmentc r wl rliineion REJECTS OUSTER DEMANDS President James The declaration by Tsiang was Hoffa talks to newsmen yester significant in view of the claim day Hoffa said he has no inten by Nationalist well as tion of bringing ouster actions Red Tibet is a part of demanded by court appointed China It made clear that the Chi monitors against three Teamster and West nese Nationalists will not raise officials involved in Senate Rac UAM D I l I it 5 I kets Committee charges Involv ed are Joey Glimco of Chicago Harold Gross of Miami and An thony Provenzano of New Jer sey AP Wirephoto CHATHAM Mass fu neral service will be held at the I Nelson WWII Aide But diplomatic officials said that First Congregational church w Thursday for Walter F Munford president of Steel who died Monday fomdays after a cerebral stroke LOS ANGELES AP High Winds Towering Waves Lashing Rains Rip Against Seashore By ROBERT McHUGH CHARLESTON S C Oracle smash ed dcross the South Carolina shoreline today venting its full ury on this historic port city With the storms center and its peak winds of 125 miles an hour still at sea high winds uprooted trees tore down jowjer and communication lines and unroofed buildings iistjoric structures were damaged Mountainous waves pounded beach installations from Savannah to Myrtle Beach S tides ranging up o l feet above normal sent waistdeep water coursing thrcjugh streets here and in nearby communities Highways streets were blocked by flood water fallen trees tangled lines and smashed buildings Mkal signs sailed along almost Ike To Leave Wednesday For Desert started at the open hearth in 1923hemorrhage He was 70 of his departments civil division George C Doub participated in a the istence of made last November to takejayear president last May 5 Hospital where he had been un steel situatfon Monday steps which would jeopardize theJered the stroke at Cape Cod treatment since suffering a All negotiations in the steel dis i stroke a month ago jpute aro at a standstill The union During much of the time he had broke off New York talks conduc security of West Berlin and of the pita Hyannis last Thursday contingent of British and French troops stationed there The President said at his news He had been admitted the day before with a knife wound in the abdomen suffered when he slipped conference Khrushchev had lifted ion a waxed kitchen floor and fell been unconscious ted by the Federal Mediation and WON BATTLE WITH SHARK With bandages coverings his toothslashed hands Robert Wagner rests in thehospital where he related how he won a battle with a 7foot hammerhead shark Walker said the shark attacked after he and a companion had been in the water more than 12 hours Saturday after the fishing skiff sank in the Atlantic Qeean off Fort Lauderdale Fla AP Wirephoto Davey Hints Long Session On Budget HARRISBURG Lawrence hinted stron deserted streets Docks and smal ler harbor installations disap Art unidentified motorist was dlled when his car overturned several times during the storm 10 miles west of Beaufort S C There were no other immediate WASHINGTON reports of deaths or serious in The U S Weather Bureau atic noon placed the eye of the storm Southern California Wednesday for Eisenhower fighting a cold plans to fly to the desert country of slightly south of Charleston and moving inland at about 14 miles an hour Hurricane fouce winds moved Allen Bureauwarned that rains would range up 59 10 might cause and 15 inches and serious flooding in some areas he threat and in fact had statedon a Emphatically that never had he i Dims any intention to give anything that i wound was an accident Last February Nelson married Conciliation Service last Friday itxtlfccu BtluIlsiy Lena Peters They had been livit said further such conferences today he would keep the Legislature in session for as long me at HIS fiStatP in nparhu Rmr 11 ias it takes to balance has proposed budget de knife Dist Atty Edmund ing at his estate in nearby Bevwere useless said he is satisfied theierly Hills As chairman of the U S War was to be interpreted as duress The Munfords had spent their Production Board Nelson was or j summers at Chatham for As the communique ending Their winter home is Camp David talks disclosed the I Pittsburgh two men agreed on reopening of Burial will be in Chatham Un negotiations for the settlement of ion Cemetery See 2 Col 4 JEased Sunday Liquor Laws Advanced 12 tireless worker determined to in sweat the nation into allout arms i production Business as usual must go to See 2 Col 1 The President decided on GOP efforts to cut it TIPS nf rnnmrpnrAo QC a final wr series of conferences as a final fling at getting both sides to and seek an agreement Roger M Blough board chair man of Steel along He was asked at his news conference if he would hold efforts to slash his budget See 2 Col 5 by 58 million dollars Were going to balance the he replied with empha See 2 Col 6 Both Sides Laud New United Door District 50 Sign 2Year Pact Negotiations between United HARRISBURG AP Legislai Door Corporation of Indiana and tion easing restrictions on Sundayj District 50 United Mine Workers beer and liquor sales has been apof America which began in July proved by the House ended yesterday in the signing of Cleared by narrow margins Monja new twoyear agreement iay night were bills permitting all District 50 Local 608 represents licensed establishments to stayapproxjmatejy 30o production and open until 2 A M Sunday employees at the lo hotels in Philadelphia and Pitts burgh to sell between 1 and 10 P M on Sundays The vote on the first measure was 10783 and on the hotel bill 10880 Both bills were sent to the Sen ate after a handful of Republicans helped Democrats pass them Vote on the hotel bill was pre cal plant District 50 won an election con ducted by the National Relations Board on June 1C and has now signed a new contract expire on June 1 1961 The package increase for a two year period commencing May 26 1959 is 22c and includes wage in by efloru to amend it to cieases in 1959 and 1960 improved make sale of beer and hquor on insurance benefits deathinfamily hunday general throughout the state The amendment spondored by Rep Anthony J Petrosky D was defeated ov erwhelmingly in a standing wte ed Jury duty pay maternity benefits and various other im proved contract provisions Frank Gorell president of Unit The hotel sales was cames pleased to be able to announce provision that the voters m he that the c and D M two must first approve thehad for the sccond tj al u I fully conducted extensive contract negotiations in a peaceful and ami cable manner He added that the bargaining sound basis and that in new contract will not only to the em plan at a referendum Sales would be restricted to ho restaurants where at least 55 Sec 2 Col 8 S ft H and repairs tfx No Trespassing Notices 5o of pach or Additional 15c forthe community ployees represented by District 50 but likewise to the Company and rains were falling in east ern South Carolina and southeast tern North Carolina and were ex pected to move northward Flooding during past hurricanes frequently has caused greater loss of Itfe and damage than the pow erful wind As Gracie hit the mainland an other hurricane named Hannah was plodding along at 15 miles an houif 500 miles southeast of Ber mudja Its highest winds were esti matpd at 85 miles ah hour Gordon Dunn chief of the Mi ami Weather Bureau said it was too early to tell if Hannah would follqw Grades path and hit the east coast Well be extremely fortunate if she he said Tlje Weather Bureau declared an emergency hurricane warning fronj Savannah to Wilmington N with gale warnings from Brunswick to Morehead City N C See 2 Col 1 Senator Green 92 On Friday PROVIDENCE Dodgers resume their National j Thepdore Francis Green Leagvie playoff series today with1 oldest man ever to serve in Con sunny skies and temperatures mSreils wil1 be 92 the high 70s prevailing u senator returned home from H A R R I S B U R G The Washington Monday to rest But One up on the Braves after he ijias two radio talks two meet Mondays 32 victory in Milwauingsj and testimonial dinners and kee the Dodgers sent the major ia Hcture on his schedule j schools The measure sent to the floor Monday for further action by the jfnil house would leave to the dis Dodgers One Up Play In LA Today LOS ANGELES kees Braves and the Los Angeles an eightday stay He will be the house guest of an old friend Washington bust ness executive George La Quinte Calif quent golfing and bridge compan ions sometimes share vacations and own farms a couple of miles apart at Gettysburg Pa White House press secretary James C Hagerty said the Pres ident hopes to get away late in the afternoon flying by jet to the Palm Springs airport The plan calls for arrival there by 5 or 6 p m The White House however is eyeing the weather and the possi bility of winds and rains associ ated with Hurricane Gracie But Hagerty said that at La Quinta 20 miles from Palm Springs the weather forecast is clear and warm and Eisenhower picked up a cold on his recent trip to England France and Germany and has been try ing ever since to shake it off He told a news conference Monday he hoped to get away for a few days in a desert climate The Presidents voice is husky and Hagerty said he has a little cough But the sore throat Eisen hower had at one time is gone Hagerty said This will be the Presidents sec ond visit to the Palm Springs area He spent a week there in February 1954 at Smoke Tree Ranch School Bible Readings OKd league strikeout king Don Drys dale against crafty Lew Burdette Drysdale who has fanned 239 has 17 victories and 13 defeats Burdette is 2115 If the Dodgers win today they clinch the pen nant If Milwaukee wins a third be necessary here He said he doesnt know what sort of a birthday celebration have They usually game will Wednesday The Dodger front office said that seats went on early this morning of them general admission Memorial Col iseum has a seating capacity for baseball of Season ticket holders had to buy single admisl sion tickets since their reserva tions do not include the playoff Todays game is being televised nationally by ABC which also will carry the radio play by play starting at 4 Eastern Stajid ard Time 1 suppose some of my friends j f h individua teacher or relatives might surprise to read j daily in class Kr u j xt Present law making Np Hunting and No Trespassing u u Notces 5c each or mandatory was held unconstitu readings fvrV Adcitional 15c for tax and postage tlonal a nilin8 bv a threemenv order Indiana Eveningj ber panel of federal judges m tf i Philadelphia earlier this month Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Pearson points out today that Sen Dirksens dissenting vipte forced Nixon to break the tie on adjournment See page 6 tax and Cash with order Buy now Avoid last minute rush and post hpfore bad weather Indi jna Fvening Gazette tf See 2 Col 2 Homer City Legion party tomte 61 midgets 56 regulars 39x SIGN UNITED DOOR DISTRICT 50 officials of United Door Co and Local 60S District 50 UMWA yesterday signed a twoyear agreement Seated I to are Lee Hoover District SO representative Frank Gorell president of United Door and Leudy general manager of United Door Standing 1 to are Jamps Hill Bnrnesboro president of Local Carne Brewer Indiana R D 2 member of the union committee Julius Guidash Commodore member of the union committee John Adamson Home R D U member of the union tee and William Maus comptroller ol United Door Gazette photo by1 Dies In Mishap BEDFORD Pa AP Ernest Hartman 36 of Mexico Farms was killed today in a car crash near the Maryland Pennsylvania state line He was a passenger in the car driven by Ronald 0 Tipton 25 of Cumberland Md DODGERS BEAT Dodgers defeated the Braves in the first playoff AcUon resumes today See details on pages 10 and 11 Other Features Limp Business Mirror It U Socltif 3 EdilurUl 6 HoipiUI TVKwllo VMS Obituarlo i World TodiJ 1011 T WEATHER Cjoudy windy and rruld with showers and thunderstorms to njght Low in the 60s Wednesday cloudy windy and not occasional ram likely High vti to 62   

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