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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family One difference between wealth fend health Is that nobody ever tries to borrow the Volume 44 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday October 5 1959 City EDITION Two ioni Industry Proposal Rejected I By JOHN MOODY PITTSBURGH Pa The united steelworkers de cisionmaking wage policy committee today rejected as completely unsatisfactory a steel industry proposal for ending the 83dayold nation wide steel strike USW President David J McDonald said an immediate effort would be made to re sume negotiations with the steel industry He said he was hopeful a session could be arranged today The 170member wage policy committee which must act on all contract proposals was told to stand by for a possible second ses sion later this afternoon Members of the committee said they had been told to expect a call about After the better than twohour morning session McDonald read a statement The Wage Policy Committee was given a detailed analysis of terms submitted by the industry to settle this it said These terms were rejected unanimously as being completely unsatisfactory We intend to contact the in b dustry committee to arrange ai further meeting possibly later to McDonald received a standing ovation as he opened the Wagej Policy Committee session The meeting closed to news by one day a ses sion of the unions 33member Ex ecutive Board at which a new in dustry contract proposal includ ing a money package reportedly was found unsatisfactory A recommendation of the Exec utive Board was handed to the Wage Policy Committee shortly after todays session had started Several members who had attend ed the Executive Board meeting said the industry offer was reject ed unanimously The pessimistic reports raised speculation President Eisenhower will invoke the TaftHartley law f this week and send the half mil lion strikers back to the mills at least for an 80day coolingoff pe riod President David J McDonald of the Steelworkers would not say if the executive board recom mended rejection But he did say he has the solid support of the y Unsatisfactory Says USW Of St SPACE LAB HEARS MOON SLEEPY Japanese tot holds chopstick in hand and mouth as he is carried by woman near Nagoya Japan awaiting airlift from flooded area to safety Thousands were left homeless and hundreds were airlifted after floods re sulting from typhoon Vera AP Wirephob Heavy Rains Spread Across Central US By The Associated Press Heavy rain spread across the central section of the Airliner Saves Lost Small Plane SCHENECTADY private pilot lost in an overcast with fuel running low was led to safety Sunday by an airliner Capt Walter Morani flying a four engine American Airlines DC 6 with 25 passengers aboard heard Guy L Stultz of Brockton and the Albany Airport control tower trying to make ral dio contact j Stultz 24 had becomelost while flying from Mansfield to Buffalo in a singleengine Cessna 120 The airliner en route from Bos ton to Chicago turned back Moran found Stultz hovering 20 miles south of Albany at about feet He guided him through the clouds and on to Schenectady Airport Stultz landed there with 20 minutes of fuel left striking members After the board Mc Donald said Reports from the who have been close to the men back home during this time indicate a remarkable degree of high morale unity and deter mination among our See 2 Col 3 Creekside Dies In Accident west r M w country to day and fell again in flood areas of the South It was the sixth consecutive day of rain in sodden Okla homa Parts of Texas also were inundated The swollen Arkansas River spilled over several thousand acres of farm land in Arkansas and Oklahoma Several families left the threatened town of Moffett Okla Ten deaths were attributed to the weather over the week Five were caused by accidents during the rough weather Oklahoma Five members of a family were killed in Lapeer Sunday when their car col lided with a train in rain and mist Hard rain beat down on Okla homa Arkansas Texas Iowa Il linois and Wisconsin The fall in Local Youth OK After Bike Crash Randal Dwight Lewis seven 380 South Fifth received a fracture of the left hand and abra sions of the left elbow when thrown Brownsville Milwaukee Dufrom his bicycle in a collision with buque Iowa and at the Glenview a car in Indiana Saturday a 24hour period measured around inches at West Plains CREEKSIDE A Creekside Air Station near Chicago He is reported today iti jiatis tive was killed Saturday afternoon San was deluged in a skidding motorcycle accident 366 of in Potter County Leonard W Bothell 35 of Penn Township Wilkinsburg was killed when the cycle he was riding got out of control on a curve on Route Property losses in Oklahoma ran into the millions Hardest hit factory condition in the Indiana Hospital Indiana Borough Police report that Lewis riding his bicycle east near Coudersport Kenneth Beck 23 Pittsburgh told state plice he was following Bothell on another cycle and saw his companion rounding a curve and shooting off the approach to a bridge into a small creek He said Bothell hit his head on a large clone in the creekbed Bothell was pronounced dead on arrival at Potter County Memorial Hospital Coudersport He was a sonof Theodore P Bothell and the late Olive Hess Bothel Besides his father he leaves his wife Lois a son David a daugh ter Darlene and a brother Har Jand T Bothell as survivors A Navy veteran of World War II he was associated with his fa ther in the plaster contracting business Mr Bothell was a graduate of ilkinsburg High School and was a member of the Wilkinsburg Me thodist Church as well as motor cycle clubs in the Wilkinsburg area Services will be held at 2 tomorrow at the Knee Memorial Funeral Home 800 Center Wilkinsburg Party Tonight Catholic Center 44 VV VIC VUO I are Guthrie Oklahoma City and on Philadelphia St Saturday about smaller communities in the east 2 50 was struck by a car ern and central sections of the headed west that was attempting state to turn onto South Seventh St Almost persons have been Operator of the car police said evacuated because of the rising was Norman Anderson 22 Indi Arkansas River and Cottonwood ana RD 2 Creek Both the boy and auto driver police added said they did not see No Hunting and No Trespassing eac1 other until it was too late to nfr tfOC Rs Jn j aiintrl nnll Notices 5c each or 50c dozen Additional 15c for tax and postage Cash with order Indiana Evening the collision Gazette Indiana Roller Rink Look in tf Classified each day 44x Wynn Craig To Pitch 4th Game LOS ANGELES CAP Early Wynn and Roger the two pitchers who opened the World Series at Chicago Thursday oppose each other again today in the fourth game of the baseball classic Another recordbreaking crowd of more than is expected4o jam the mammoth Memorial Co liseum Most of the cheering you can be sure will be for the Los Angeles Dodgers The weather man looks for clear skies light to moderate smog and a high tern perature of 86 degrees The Dodgers 31 winners over the Chicago White Sox Sunday now lead the best four out of seven series two games to one Oddsmakers from Brooklyn to Las Vegas figure Los Angeles is on the way to a World Series vie tory Broadway pegs the Dodgers 21 favorites to win and Las Vegas WHAT RUSSIANS EXPECT OF SPACE STATIONChart shows how Russians expect their 614pound satellite space sta tion which was shot into space early yesterday morning to shoot around the under side of the moon and make pictures of face It would then back in a big clear shaped orbit and start going around the earth AP 1st Pictures Of Hidden Side of Moon Expected Predict Long Odd Orbit By PRESTON GROVER MOSCOW flying Soviet space laboratory will reach its closest distance to the moon Tuesday and make mankinds first photographs of its hidden face Tass said today Slowed by the relentless gravitational tug of the earth the flying laboratory should come within miles of the moon at 5 p a m the official news agency said As it approached the moon the interplanetary station that s what the Russians call separated from the last stage of the cosmic rocket that launched it Sunday Tass added The agency said that at noon Moscow time 4 station was kilometers or miles from the earth and over the eastern part of the In dian Ocean This was well over the halfway mark Tass said the apparatus is mov ing toward the moon more slow ly than the first and second Lu niks This is to enable it to pass round the moon and be pulled back to earth instead of flying off into space as did the first moon shot last January Much conflicting data is being given out on what the satellite is doing or is likely to do Tass put the flying laboratory abour fartheilion UAR Claims Suez Problem Synthetic By MAX HARRELSON YCgas UNITED NATIONS N Y The United Arab makes Los Angeles the 115 today declared the controversy over freedom of The Wynn 3 110 in the opener is Chicagos Mahmoud Fawzi U A R foreien minister a SS trmbly rallies Craig the Dodgers best pitcher waterway in the stretch drive to the pen The restrictions on Israeli n nant wants to settle accounts ping he said are an iT fdly with Chicago after the way the and an extension of by IsraeK II wil1 melt Sox manhandled him in the curconflict and have nothing to doaway automatically he said and tainraiser at Comiskey Park The with the principles involved in the I disappear as soon as such recogni white Sox chased Craig in a tinn takfc third inning when they rolled up See 2 Col 5 He asserted the issue could not conceivably exist if the rights of tion takes Israeli Delegate Arthur Lourie See 2 Col 5 At Cov Lawrence Speaker At Annual Demo Fete Governor David L state offices were up for grabs in who spoke here in 1958 at the an nual banquet staged by the Indiana County Democratic Committee re turns to the same banquet and the iw me auuic uallljucl aim me same role Wednesday night at RusDemocrats point out that a few t tvpflrc non if Htffismlf 1958 whereas 1959 is a local elec tions year might account for the tending a political dinner Wednesday nights dinner marks the second time in three years that difference in crowds although the a Pennsylvania governor will ad tic Lodge i years ago it was difficult for them Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON Peter Edson says the hike in the gas tax will help the road program See his column on editorial page G LAURA LAMAR Laura Lamar the last undefeated Indiana County grid team fell to defeat Saturday at the hands of United Joint See pages IN anrl II Oww 10 and 11 Other Features Aladdiui Lamp Business Mirror Comics 13 14 3 Edltorlil j 1415 Hospital Notei 15 UJ3 Society 4 Sports TVKadlo World 1011 7 WEATHER Variable cloudiness and warm tonight and Tuesday with scat tered thundershowers late Tuesday Low tonight in lower 60s High Tuesday 79 to 83 Governor Lawrences appearance t0 coax three into at at Wednesday nights big political show of the year by Democrats is expected to assure another over flow crowd at Rustic Lodge The dinner is scheduled to start at E James Trimarchi Indi ana County Democratic Party chairman said today that tickets for the ten dollar a plate dinner are moving briskly and he looks for a crowd like last year when we had to turn some late arrivals Governor Lawrence was mayor of Pittsburgh and Democratic can didate for governor when he stum ped Indiana County in September 1958 More than 800 party follow ers jammed Rustic Lodge to hear him outline his primary aims if elected governor in 1958 Wednes day nights audience isnt expected to be as large as the 1958 turnout but local party officials predict more than 500 will hear Governor Lawrence this time The fact that dress the annual Democratic ban quet George M Leader in the midst of this third year as the tbe earth at noou than did the Moscow Planetarium The plane tarium put the moon distance a miles Tass announcement today that the satellite would pass within miles of the moon differed from the original Soviet announce ment which placed the distance at about miles The launching Sunday on the second anniversary of the birth of the Sputnik I was heralded on both sides of the Iron Curtain as another giant step in mans ad venture into space This means we have already entered the period of planned con quest of cosmic space and realiza tion of a flight to the moon and the nearest said astrono mer Nikolai Barbashev chairman of the Soviet Academy of Sci ences Planetary Committee Alexandre Anaoff a leading French Astranautics expert said The Soviet rocket proves they can fire a moon rocket with good chances of success any time they The Soviets indicated some con trol of the new space station could be exercised from stations on earth They announced that the carried by the third Soviet space rocket would be switched on for two hours today They predicted that the station the third Soviet cosmic rocket shot aimed at the moon would stay aloft for a long time because t will approach no closer than kilometers miles See 1st Page 2 Col 1 NonUse OfNuMine Water Hit NuMINE The NuMine School water controversy flared up again JJ04CU UU states chief executive spoke here over the weekend when four mem in 1957 He was followed last year by Lawrence then Pittsburghs mayor Lawrence won over Arthur McGonigle in the 1958 election to become Pennsylvanias 102nd gov ernor Governor Lawrence broke sever al precedents on his way to the governors chair He was the first bers of a local citizens group pro tested to school authorities that water from a newlydrilled well was not being used here Filing the protest with school of ficials were Mrs James Wisor Mrs Willis Wisor Mrs Harvey Bowser and Mrs John Stuart They complained that water Jail Terms Handed Down Here Today Five persons were sentenced Monday before Judge Edwin M Clark on charges of burglary lar ceny and recieving stolen proper ty resulting from a series of bur glaries at the Coral Mclntyre Sportsmen Club and the Homer City area All pleaded guilty today hi In diana County Court John Zaycb Home City RD 2 charged with jfque counts of burglary larceny and re ceiving stolen goods was ondered to pay the costs of prosecution pay a fine of one dollar and be confined to the Western Penniten tiary for six years Jasjes Melvin Dies Homer City RD 2 ordered to pay the costs of prosecution make restitution of 544 and be confined to the Alleg heny County workhouse for 50 days Stanley Harry Roudebush alias Stanley Waldeville 103 Main Homer City was ordered to pay fte costs of prosecution make res titution and be confined to the In diana County Jail for 90 days Alfred Lloyd Taylor Black Lick was also ordered to pay the costs of prosecution make restitition and be confined in the county jail or 90 days A 16yearold youth from Homer ity was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and placed on pro ation for one year with instruc tions to be at home by dark every night unless accompanied by his jarents All of these sentences grew out of a series of breakins at the sportsmen club by various com jinations of the five persons and the theft of vehicles in the Homer ity area Two other men were given long sentences after pleading guilty to charges of arson and burlary lar ceny and receiving stolen proper y They are Robert Charles Schill ng 22 Johnstown and David Lee Shawley 20 Seward The court ordered them to pay he costs of prosecution a fine of one dollar and serve from three to en years in Western Pennitenti ary for each of the two charges against them The prison terms are o run concurrently The duo entered a residence of Mark Dewey in Buffington Twp ast Feb 12 and after burlarizing t set it afire Delmont Henry Geisel Shelocta D 3 appeared before Judge Clark Monday for sentencing on a charge of burglary larceny and receiving stolen goods after plead ing guilty to the charge Sept 21 He was ordered to pay the of prosecution make restitution on the money he took and placed on probation for two years According to the court Geisel entered a building belonging to big city mayor ever to win the from a new well was not being uuuumg ucjungmg office and the states first Romanused although students had returnRalph Berkey in Armstrong Twp Catholic to campaign for and to the elementary school and took about The incident tn A a rt I a I C I 1 it j n the governors mantle F 0 Smith supervising princioccurred Sept 8 Other featured speakers who will i pal of Shannock Valley Union v T Mil V Jf W IliVil talk to Democrats Wednesday night School District informed the group1 r n t tSCQpee Retaken i v trttjvi 4114 11JVVI Hlb gl VSULr include supreme Court candidate that water from the new well could Judge Michael Eagen incumbent not be used until written confirma tion approving the Indiana County Commissioners Dee Miller and Harold McCorm ceived BL01S France Frencb water is regendarmes today flushed Paul jYadjissi out of a thicket in tea GOV DAVID L LAWRENCE speaks here Wednesday ick and district attorney candidate He said the report is expected traT France Thus ended two James R Edgerly to arrive in Rural Valley tomorweeks of haunted liberty for a Tickets for the dinner are still i row vict who apparently had spent available at Democratic Party The four representatives s a i d most a year burrowing a pq Headquarters in Indiana and may they would not permit children to freedom from a prooa new be secured from members of the j return to the NuMine School unless Yadjissi 29 was county Democratic ConimiUee jthe water report is favorable missing Stpt 20   

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