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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                First Indiana County United Fund Underway An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family City EDITION TEDDY People with new cars dont fool us While driving in style theyre also driving in debt Volume 45 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday October 6 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents INVOKES TH IN DOCK STRIKE KickOff UF Appeal In County The members of the service and civic clubs of Indiana County in a joint kickofi meeting last night at Rustic Lodge heard the details for the first United Fund appeal to be conducted countywide in Indiana County In a meeting presided over j Joseph F McMahon presi dent of the county United Fund executive committee three local speakers informed the members of the service organizations of the workings of the campaign and the value and worth of the United Fund member agencies First to speak was Daniel G Jeiber who explained the county vide United Fund makes sense be cause the agencies in the fund serve all the residents of the coun ty The United Fund Mr Reiber continued permits personnel of the fund agencies to devote their time to their services rather than waste time in conducting campaign funds He also pointed out that when perstm makes a contribution to the United Fund he will not be solicited by any of the member organizations during the year Mr Reiber said that the county has been divided into six areas with various divisions in each The plan is however to have county resi dents give to the United Fund at their place of employment The success of the Mr Reiber continued depends on cooperation of employes and A plaque will be pre See 2 Col 1 To Strik U Just D Say Fair Settlement Earned Claim 84Day Walkout Will Continue By JOHN MOODY PITTSBURGH United Steelworkers Union saying it has earned a fair settlement pledged today to con tinue the 84day strike until justice is The unions 170member wage policy committee issued a statement reaffirming the unions rejection of an industry settlement offer classed by the union as totally David J McDonald union president said no further meetings were scheduled with the industry Talks collapsed Monday night David J McDonald union pres ident said no further meetings were scheduled with the industry Talks collapsed Monday night McDonald proposed a meeting with top executives of five leading THIS ONE WON THE BALL Gil Hodges trots to the plate with the eighth inning home run that won yesterdays fourth World Series game for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the Chicago White Sox by a 54 score Greeting him is Don Demeter Hodges blast went into the stands to the right of the left field screen at the Los Angeles Coliseum AP Wirephoto Fifth Series Game A Must For Chisox Reds Accuse West On UN Polish Move UNITED NATIONS AP T Vili vmtagu vvuue oox xacea The Soviet Union accused the southpaw strikeout specialist Sandy Koufax Western powers today of aware that unless they beat him they have lost LOS ANGELES The White Sox steel firms but they did not reply immediately With negotiations completely broken off prospects increased Dockworkers Renew Offer r To Negotiate that President Eisenhower will in voke the TaftHartley Act with its 80day ban against the strike McDonald was asked at a news conference following the policy committee meeting for his ap praisal of the situation He re plied I would describe it as very NEW YORK AP Striking longshoremen renewed their offer1 today to resume negotiations with employers i The offer came after a federal mediator had said the sixday walkout along the East and Gulf Coasts is now a matter for the Patrick J Packy Connolly a vice president of the International Longshoremens said union negotiators were ready to sit down at an hours notice with T WITH a i an IIUU1 S llUllce Wlin The policy committee statement the New York Shipping rep knrptsspH iininn crliriariHi 6 expressed union solidarity and went on to say We resent the statement by the spokesman for the industry that we are seeking a something for nothing settlement resenting employer groups Connolly however that the shippers association had re fused to sit down until Oct the date to which the union at one time had agreed to extend the old The sweat and hard work oftcontract Steelworkers has brought The mediation pfficial has de dreds of millions of dollars to schedule further talks record profits to the industry Steelworkers have earned a fair settlement by their work and record productivity We are ask ing for the reasonable with either side See 2 Col 3 vating the cold war by refusing to support Communist Poland for a seat in the Council The United States and Britain thn World Series Koufax set a National League record for strikeouts Security San Francisco Giants Aug 31 but he was beaten by Los Angeles 43 in the second thing we have earned by our la The Steelworkers will not ac cept the sweetheart contract of fered by the industry We want a Paar Plans To Retire MIAMI Fla cluve fair and decent contract We shall Jack Paar said today he plans to strike until justice they are backing Turkey for the1 Eastern European seat in the Il lation council A decision will be taken by the General Assembly soon perhaps later this week In a statement to the press the Co DAs prosecution continued its c a s ejMemonal Coliseum The weather man said the ther mometer will hit 82 degrees in Los Angeles today but it may be 10 degrees hotter on the floor of 30 feet below ing buying a home at Boca Raton McDonald was asked whether Fla there is still a possibility of In an interview with Jack Ander voluntarily negotiated contract son of the Miami Herald Paar uavVUlllJU vWUllllUl U I IS i Soviet delegation declared today aginst Dist Atty J o s e p hstreet lcvelAnother crowdabove that the Western discrimination Kovach of Fayette County on will watch the American against Soviet bloc countries in I charges of violating the s t a t e and National League pennant win Prictim Ktirnnd rnnct Kn i p i certainly McDonald said liis new contract with the j National Broadcasting Co com The grey haired union leader mits him to 2y2 more years on the given a standing ovation by hour TV show and that in turn hei policy group both before and will be paid for seven years He Say Lunik Finished Trip Around Moon BULLETIN LONDON Radio reported that Ltuiik II completed its movement around the moon at a m EST today The radio said the spaceship made its nearest approach to the moon at a distance of kilometers about miles MOSCOW scientists kept intent vigil at a receiving mechanical brain today as the time arrived or their little flying observatory to begin its historic first reports about the far side of the moon By Soviet reckoning the 614pound Lunik III laden automatic recording and transmitting instruments was soar within miles of the moon and start its biggest ai Qrn at 9 a m election code ners fight it out Eastern Europe must be brought to an end Under conditions where the re laxation of international tension is l Is a manifestation of the cold warjmittinR a complete accounting of White Sox its all over The jury was completed and the If Chicago wins the series re prosecution opened its case Monsumes in Chicagos Comiskey y Park Thursday If the Dodgers Kovach is accused of not submake it four in a row over the after the meeting j did not reveal the salary day R Conrad Cooper leader of the I dont have the drive to stay industry negotiating team and a in Paar said 1 dont crave vice president of U S Steel that much I wasnt born was reported meeting with his feland brought up in vaudeville like low negotiators at the U S Steer the Bennys and Burnses headquarters here Show business just isnt some The talks resumed last Thurs thing I feel I have to be in the day at the urging of Presidentrest of my life Confusing Radio Data From Rocket JODRELL BANK Imperils Health Safety PALM SPRINGS Calif Eisenhower today invoked the TaftHart ley Act in the docks strike opening the way for govern ment to seek an 80day back towork order The President acting at his vacation headquarters de clared in an executive order that the sixday strike which has tied up shipping piers from Maine to Texas would imperil the national health and safety if permitted to continue The shutdown he added also has had an impact on the flow of food and other perishable products tc the heavily populated coastal areas Eisenhower took no legal action on the 84dayold steel strike de spite the new collapse of negotia tions The President said regarding that nationwide shutdown how ever that the dispute between management and labor seems to be getting down more and more to a trial of strength between two groups with the American public the greatest In expressing that view for Ei senhower White House Press Secretary James Q Hagerty said further I might add that the President has no intention of see ing the American public be the greatest Hagerty said Eisenhower had asked him to say regarding tha steel shutdown that this situation s not collective bargaining which is the instrument open to a free people in major economic dis Hagerty was asked whether Ei senhower will invoke the Taft Hartley Act in the steel strke too unless there is a swift settlement I certainly am not going to anticipate any action by the Pres ident one way or the he replied I simply repeat what the President has free col ective abrgaining is on trial and the partiesshould stay in negotia tion until they reach an agree As for the dock strike which has tied up Atlantic and Gulf Coast shipping Eisenhower named a threeman factfinding board as the first step in invocation of the TaftHartley Act He instructed the members to report to him by Saturday The board makes no recommendation regarding settle ment When Eisenhower gets the boards report he then can direct the Justice Department to seek an That moon hour passed injunction in Dist no immediate word flashed to the Court The effect of such a court eager public that the electronicorder would be to send the dock data was being received by the workers back to their jobs during mechanical a complicatan 80day cooling off and negotia ed interlinked computing system tion period APPLAUSE FOR STEELWORKERS PRESIDENT Members of the wage policy committee of the United Steelworkers of America applaud USW President David J McDonald as he pre pares to report to them yesterday morning on the status of nego tiation In the 83day steel strike McDonald reaches for his tobacco pouch preparatory to filling his pipe AP Photo See 2 Col 6 Smaller Liquor and is detrimental tothe cause of i money sMnrwdreceiVedduring1 The Dodoes collaPsed his wife and I have P added jhls uLSsfu ig n admits Ske blamed Weve bee careful AP Confusing radio The Soviet statement was circuiMay primary for the Democntir and readv for the airmrt I savmg our 10nev When I Prevented British observers from IPH u aim ieaay to the airpoit Jn a final action United Steelmy present contract is up Id likedeciding immediately whether the Soviet moon rocket made its costs soon will lead to a jewelry executive scheduled pass across the far to district attorney See 2 Col 4 lated a few hours before Vasily V Kuznetsov a Soviet deputy foreign minister was to address the 82 nation assembly on this and other issues before the current session The Soviet declaration stated that several countries are violat agreements on geographic dis ribution of Security Council seats and pursuing the policy aimed at aggravating relations between Such actions the statement said are undermining the foundations of the United Na tions The Soviet delegation consid nr U0liege one or me ers that the election of Poland as student Herbert Stempel testified ners of the quiz program a nonpermanent member of the today he was given questions and Then Stempel told of being man Slemoel swore hisrolewas Security Counc would contribute answers in advance when he and rehearsing his rehearsedTin adZe AnSni mh enhancing international authorpeared on the nowdefunct TV finances Chines he sa dru and of the United Naquiz show TwentyOne in late Stempel who charged last Shirh 1 I tj JH V JV HI 1O 1 I See 2 Col 5 to get out and take it SAN FRANCISCO AP High Man Indicted Wos Given Questions TwenfyOne Contestant Tells Of Getting PreProgram Data WASHINGTON AP College one of the first big money win 111 Hfin LJ it t L1 t ii r j WHEELING AP Tha Ohio County Grand Jury has in dicted David Kaplan 28 of Pitts burgh in the attempted extortion Under questioning by subcomand the producers refused to turn iofe Bank listeners said the mittee chief counsel Robert Lishon air conditioning in the were dlfterent the their hard liquor in 6ths The jury returned the indictment of the moon today j2ths and 20ths instead of 5ths Monday against Kaplan who is The Jodrell Bank radio telepints and half Pints saVs Lewis with attempting to extort scope the worlds largest pickediRosenstiel president of Schenley from Lewis Silberman up signals at EST Inc He told interview Silberman is president of the At EST the first Joders that smaler containers arelWilkins Jewelry Co which oper rell Bank signals faded on one he answe1 to increased taxesa tes stores in Wheeling and Pitts continued on rising costs burgh other This period of interruption coin cided with the estimate by Soviet scientists for the space station to start its journey around the moon the statement said 1956 r j V lit Sylvaniai history at New York University transistors up S tne opening witness at a four Creon Stamps Roger that TwentyOne was rigged Stempel a graduate student in has said he finally lost to Van They said it would interfere Stempel said now 32 testified he correctly and which one he was of the ones previously recorded liey lgher piched day efore tllUll Wher details before One observer commented isuchas the appear to be jusl going has said he finally lost to Van to miss He testified also that Dan ber of points he would take on J Doren purposely by agreement one of the owners of the each category of questioning Ihe subcommittee has said that firm that produced the quiz prothe number of times he would the interrupted it has no plans to question Van i gram coached him on what geswind up in a tie match with Van am Kot i b f WUU Q in 3 111 No Trespassing Notices 5c each or 50c doz Additional 15c for rp tax and postage Cash with order vse Buy now Avoid last minute rush FOD tfx e ouse as no Pans to question Vangram coache U UX subcommittee on legislative over Doren who has told a New York tures to use Ofgrand he had no Inside The Gazette DREW PEAKSON Drew Pearson says today that a now show has replaced tha Khrushchev dramatics in the nations capital See page 6 WORLD SERIES What could be the final game of the World Series will be played in Los Angeles today Sec details on sports pages 10 and 11 Other Features Doren Bother question Stempel Two more TwentyOne con he television quiz shows thing was 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