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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family M Some people never team to be economical until they run out of Volume 43 County EDITION Twelve Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday October 3 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Seven Cents STEEL WAGE HIKE OFFER STUDIED s DuPont Can Keep GM Stock But Loses Power Of Voting BIG KLU TURNS DEFENSIVE stab of line foul is made by Ted Kluszewski first baseman of the Chicago White Sox in second inning of Scries game yesterday Fo 1 hit by Junior Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers Big Klu known as a clouter struck out Both Sides Reported Satisfied CHICAGO fed eral court order severing corporate ties between Du j Pont and General Motors without forcing a mass stock sale calmed fears in the fi nancial world today Du Pouts president said he was gratified with the rul ing which generally followed a proposal made by Du Pont attorneys The government which had asked sale and distribution of Du Fonts 63 million shares of GM stock has not said whether it will appeal the decision Its attorneys i said they are studying the long LI a rt a n C decree i M Q II II Cl II J Homeless In High Waters and there it was He then tumbled over AP Wirephoto Ser i esa Atte n d a n ce Reservists Working At Record Due In LA ScoutCamP Unusual Saturday Session By JOHN MOODY PITTSBURGH Pa Steel negotiators meeting in an unusual Saturday session explored an industry sugges tion that an hourly pay pack age be given to striking Steel workers in exchange for tight er management control in the mills The meeting got off to a late start when the United Steelwork ers Unions negotiating team headed by President David J McDonald showed up 20 minutes late Reliable sources in the indus try say McDonald has been told he can have an annual eightcent hourly pay package increase in a contract which contains language permitting management more con trol over working schedules seni ority arrangements and other working conditions The reported eightcent package apparently would be split up in welfare and pension benefits the first year of a twoyear agree ment and then be applied to a pay increasein the second year The company suggestion appar ently not submitted yet as a for vTrrvri A T3 A i ii i i ma proposal came during a new KITTANNING Pa man was killed and of negotiations that opened man and a girl were injured Friday in a spectacular crash of in Pittsburgh Thursday after Pres Plioto by Ardelle Campbell Kittanning businessman lost his life yesterday when his car was smashed under this truck near the Kittanning Bridge Fatal 4Vehicle Crash At Kittanning Bridge First reaction in financial cir cles was unanimous that the rul ing was favorable to both sides Dist Court Judge Walter J La Buy late Friday after do mestic stock exchange closed for the weekend held that the dis tribution was not necessary a asked a tractor trailer and three cars at the end of Kittanning Bridge Ardelle Campbell about 50 of Kittanning died when see some Progress toward end ident Eisenhower rapped knuckled on both sides He said he wanted the huge wild and without brakes down a steep hill toward the Allegheny into his car Truck driver Harry Ulsch 42 OKLAHOMA CITY suffered head cutsj waters from four days of steady and Miss Sandra Mechling IS rain have forced received a broken of the GM sands of Qklahomans from their cmno Knnn worth some billion homes into emergency shelters dollars as a means of ending a Clayton Antitrust Law violation Rescue workers with boats and Both were in f a i r condition at Armstrong County life rafts remained on the alert Memorial Hospital The Supreme Court held such atoday 5n three Oklahoma cities for Campbell and his car were viAlarmn T Members of local Company B LOS ANGELES A World Series attendance reof the 458th Engineer Battalion k I Qcord is due to fall Sunday when the Los Angeles Dodgers along with the Headquarters and Chicago White Sox meet here in the third game of the Pany from Johnstown are engag 1959 World Series ied this weekend in a work pro ject and tactics as well at the The huge Coliseum has been sold out tor the three Seph Mack Boy Scout Camp games to be played the first World Series games ever ocal reserve unit is assisti played on the Pacific Coast The Dodger management sold ing with several construction pro threegame strips of tickets That means about as jects at the scout camp including violation resulted from Du Pouts possible further evacuations See Page 2 Col 5 swept over a 25foot embankment No Early Dockworkers Settlement NEW YORK AP An early settlement of the longshoremens j i Hundreds of families have aland to the edge of the Allegheny strik th t ready moved from their homes in River by the truck CampbrflslS thT anH cirintnAi hnrfv fh aloni Atlantic and Gulf coasts Campaigning 4 u i u u A CONCORD AP Vice many people will watch each game here as saw the improvement erosion control president Richard M Nixon today games in Chicago where the teams split even The Stillwater Guthrie and Skiatook body was found at the waters Early estimates on property dam edge while only a few feet away age ran into the hundreds of the two wrecked vehicles burned thousands of dollars Early today skies over central and northern Oklahoma were ash gray and the Weather Bureau of fered no hope of respite from the rains At Tulsa Oklahomas second 175 Damage In Homer City Traffic Wreck I tree trimming and clearing andjreturns to the state that boosted most populous city the Arkansas record attendance for aIf6 constructlon of a medical him for the vice presidency ij River was expected to reach a oc 100 builclin8 1956 and could give him the first foot and a half over flood stage World Series game is for a Sunday game at Cleveland Oct iO 1948 between the Indians and maintaining a bivouac area ithe Boston Braves and Wl11 complete a night problem A tremendous surge of enthusi asm greeted the Dodgers when At the same time the reservists j boost toward the presidency next Following the completion of the March they arrived here Friday nightwork tomorrow the group will speech at groundbreaking for the after winning the second game in lgave the site tomorrow at about argest flood control system ever i It just looks bleak and said police officer Pete Eaton at Nixon had a full days activities Skiatook just north of Tulsa and facing him in New Hampshire inif this rain keeps up all night God eluding delivering the whntc cmma fr Cannon HOMER CITY Damages estiChicago A screaming crowd of 5 built in the East the Hopkinton knows whats going to Trio of County Grid Teams Lose The three Indiana County high school football teams in action last night turned in an 03 rec ord losing in all three instances Indiana Highs Indians dropped their second straight game 130 to Northern Cambria in Barnes boro Blairsville suffered a 306 humiliation at Sewickly Twp Elders Ridge came the closest Rain has swept the Sooner State to winning losing to Shannock ing the 81dayold dispute Tlie Saturday session would make it appear that McDonald had not rejected the suggestion and certainly had not accepted it McDonald previously had de nounced company demands for working rule changes as a union5 busting move Will United Steehvorkers Presi dent David J McDonald agree to changes in language which steel producers say are needed to permit more efficient operations in the mills It was a hard question to au See 2 Col 2 appeared unlikely today The New York Shipping Assn says it will not meet with the In ternational Longshoremens Assn until Oct 15 The union says its workers will not return to the docks until it has a new contract Shippers say the strike is cost ing them 20 million dollars a day Robert H Moore deputy direc tor of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service plans to meet Monday separately with Aeronautics Board to put two both sides but he has indicated farereduction plans into effect on a 1 Allegheny Gets Okay On Decrease WASHINGTON Airlines has permission from the that the immediate possibility of his persuading them to meet joint ly is unlikely The strike of about long an experimental basis But the CAB also ordered an investigation of the plans In refusing Friday to suspend the fare plans pending the inves mated at resulted late was at the airport to During the two days the reser1 Eveiett project expected to cost population is one of thej terday when an auto collided with come the Los Angeles club The vists wil1 have their food prepared 30 million dollars a truck at the intersection of Route greeters singled out Charlie Neal in tne field w remain on Nixon called his New Hamp and the Jacksonville Road in whose two home runs were the alert simulating battlefield Vlsit But nee Wednesday Valley 60 on a touchdown in shoremen from Searsport Maine ne rare Plans Pending the hives Stillwater a college town ofj the Jit two to Brownsville Texas has tied up the board said they rep nnn ulc ldM lwo p moonf Homer City Police Chief Arthur Weber iden tified the driver of the car as Mary L Black York and the oper ator of the truck as Paul D Stew ait 642 Clark Indiana j He said Miss Blacx was north bound on Route 119 and attempted biggest factors in Fridays vietons See 2 Col 1 Captain Woerner McKinsey is the commander of Co B Colonel Charles Kull commander of the 1 Battalion will direct the activi there were many who said it gives him an opportunity assess his strength in the state which holds the nations first 1960 presidential preference primary on March 8 hardest hit An estimated persons spent the night away PInminn finm flfwloH i1 VJIIMI cargo operations on about 200ilcscul a wormwnne experiment in freighters The strike developed fares and a lower cost earlv Thursday in Snnfhom type of Trans World Airlines filed a early Thursday in Southern ports and quickly spread northward Judge ties of the battalion last weekend New York this twoday event Gov Nelson Rockefeller made a from flooded homes The roads leading into Stillwater were submerged The residential area along Guth ries west side was part of flaming engine forced an in the port of York and suspension on The New York Shipping i which represents 170 steamship m MINERAL WELLS Tex AP lines and contracting complaint asked for complaint Sept 21 two weeks after Allegheny filed its fare pro wood Creek American Airlines DC7 to makeates master contracts for all em Only rooftops of the emergency landing here Thurs1plovers from Maine to Virginia houses protruded above the jThe association and union leaders a left hand turn wheeling her car PITTSBURGH AP Tom battalion executive officer into the path of the southbound Brown 25 escapee and bad check truck The officer said Mis Black Ohio begged a Cnm ma Court Judge 1nday to put tfjnl be charged with a motor ve P hide code violation tn no avail Jrown got only a paltry five to flVCiir term from truck were negligible No Trespassing Notices 5c r a arh nr snr AriHltirmni I5r fnr member of the prisoner iM each or 50c doz Additional 15c for Three cars colluded on Philadel tax and postage Cash with order Claimed afltr pleading guilty to mornine resulting in Buy now Avoid laU minute rush forging checks Brown from wi M 8 and post before bad weather Inditown Ohio escaped recently from l ldl aania6e grounds the fares were unreason ably low and discriminated against persons paying first class fares One plan provides a book of 10 Major Raymond Simpson is the similar nonpolitical visit to0fficers estimated the water there No one was hurt as Capt agreed to a 15day extension New Hampshire ten feet deep Friday night withBachner of Fort Worth the contract that expired Sept oneway ticket coupons valid for stated object was to attend a no signs of significant the fourengine plane It 30 and also had agreed that days for or a Dartmouth College football game Police Sgt W 0 Ward comjwas carrying 29 passengers and new benefits would be retroactivelticket comPared with the first and meet fellow Dartmouth luuiuan gctmc ogi w v waiu carrying passengers ana new benefits would be retroactive graduates of plained some of those people crew members from Dallas to to Oct 1 j See 2 Col 2 Los Angeles See No 2 Col 3 Near Climax of Red Chinese post ana Evening Gazette tf ithe Ohio State Prison Farm Inside The Gazette THE LIGHTER Jcrry Bennett brings his report of littleknown facts concerning the nations capital on page 4 toduy RESUMES SERIES The Dodgers even the series Play resumes tomorrow on the west coast See this and other sports ou pages 6 and 7 Other Features Nikita Believed Winning Mao Over To Peaceful Move Pitch class fare of Under the other plan the air line would sell a traveler a ticket for per cent below the first class the traveler would not have a reservation He would get on a flight only if all the reserved seats were not taken Nagging Wives Tough On Hearts HOLLYWOOD AP Nagging wives may be a cause of heart AUddlui Lamp 4 uuihs Crosswords 1011 10 Kdtlonal Notes Obituaries Society TVltadlo Thmtrr iouu Tren Talk WEATHER FORECAST Rather cloudy and mild tonight with the chance of a little rain Low 51 to 50 Sunday rather cloudy and continued warm with a tew showers or thuudershowers Indiana Borough Police report ja car operated by Sara E Shields 1348 Philadelphia pulled a round a car that was parking near the Union Hotel and struck a car apparently in the inside lane op TOKYO AP Nikita Khrushwithout success to have Peiping Soviet newspaper Izvestia in hon This does not mean the crated by John Slupek 34 Mclnchev neared the climax of his say it will abandon force as a or of Red Chinas 10th anniverCommunist leaders left Formosa n tp tyre Red China visit today as his Chi1 means of acquiring the island of sary celebration Oct 1 It gave out of their discussions Mao nVa miV Joseph A Kovalchick 28 rear ese waxed hot and cold Formosa now ruled by Maos little or no encouragement to well have suggested some new 658 South Seventh was the opover his Proposals for easing the1 arch enemy Chiang Kaishek hopes Peiping was prepared to avenue of approach for Khrushwalked into erator of the car that was being cold war Should the Chinese Communists soften its attitude toward the chev to raise in his meetin witlv rh u parked A few hours after the Soviet do so it would be a significant Unitetf States Eisenhower in Moscow nextlan an Damage to the Shields vehicle Premiers fourth meeting with 65move in improving their relations The Chinese Reds are expected spring mteivitw i was estimated at to the yearold Red Chinese leader Mao with Washington to give Khrushchev general sup In official statements so far hfL a1v Kovalchick car and to the Tzetung the official Peoples Dai Chinese premier Chou Enlai port in his campaign to remove Peiping has reiterated its men Aft II Slupek auto ly carried a lead editorial saying said soon after Khrushchev arthe major points of friction bemination to liberate Formosa more men than wome ri nf the Communist world accorded rived in Peiping Wednesday between Moscow and Washington but has avoided saying it would coronarv heirt disease Zenith Sylvania warm response and support to welcomed the communique They may even go so far as deuse its military might to do so transistors up S H the communique the Soviet Pre1 But Fridays Peoples Daily clare they too oppose the use of Defense Minister Lin Piao said VFW Dance tomte Sat Hx Green Stamps Rogers Jewelry mier jointly issued with President gave equal space to the reprint of war in settling international disit would be taken one way or tfx Eisenhower after his historic 13an article by Foreign Minister pules Eagles Dance Sat night music No Hunting and No Trespassing day visit to the United States Chen Yi which called on all peoj But if they do so they almost Chen Yi described the imby the Jet Tones 43xF ices 5c each or 50c dozen irllat document stressed the repies in the world to wage a long certainly would e cited the was re his rv Notices Additional 15c for tax and postage unciation of force in settling inand with order Indiana Evening ternational quarrels A 1 i P I unrelenting fight Gazette tf i The United States has exclude Formosa perialists as the enemy of the against from such a commitment for they Chinese people and added American imperialism have repeatedly described the isi We firmly demand tha The article was written ior the land as an internal matter j See 2 Col 1 Dance Tonight Club ic by Melodaires 43xC Dance Sat   

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