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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Well thing fcacfc to quiet normal in the average home school lets Volume 46 Thirtytwo Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday October 7 1959 Two Sections City EDITION Seven Cenh White Twp Board OKs Secondary Jointure Continuation Building Program Desired White Township School oard has taken steps to con tinue a secondary school junc ture with Indiana Borough and Armstrong Township it was announced today Members of the township board have adopted a resolu tion asking for a continuation of the secondary jointure which includes grades seven Jihrough 12 The present contract directors emphasized will expire July 4 1960 Adoption of the new resolution a White Twp school board spokes men said means a continuation of what we USW SENDS WAGE UNIT HONE Bargaining Urged For Dockers WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower factfinding board leans a continuation a have been working the strike of East t and iTiilr rnasf for during the past five to six years a new joint high The resolution is being forward ed immediately to school direc and Gulf coast stevedores with an appeal to the parties to resume bargaining at once and hammer out a solution told tjfllV ring something we cannot foresee Chairman Guy Farmer newsmen he expects that This could Eisenhower of Armstrong Twp and In diana Borough The resolution was passed un animously Monday night by six wewill file a report tomorrow White Twp School Board menv at a meeting here They in clude George Botsford board prescedures under the Taft Hartley ident Dr William Grau Merle Craig Jesse Lubold Ray Patter son and Elmer Trautwein One member John Gray was not in attendance Ijn CampaiggKickoff In quoting the resolution a hour and 45 minutes board member said the action was taken to continue the contract with chooses set in motion the pre Act which would lead to a federal court order enjoining the seven dayold strike for 80 days of cool ing off and bargaining County GOP n Attack On 3em Spending Republicans inaugurated their pre election campaign last night with Attorney Joseph Mack the partys finance chairman unleashing a charge against the Denocraticcontrolled county commissioners office Mack featuring a rally at Plum Creek Valley Grange saici the office and personal expense accounts of the com missioners have increased by 3 times in the last four years He made the comparison with the year 1955 the last yeat Republicans controlled the commissioners seats iri discussing the commissioners personal expenses Mack cited the association dues and expenses Indiana and Armstrong Twp injtional Longshoremens Assn and order that immediate steps may the waterfront employers that the no t a If on tn rflox MM 11 be taken to provide adequate sec ondary facilities under the exist ing application for project num ber Project 448 is the joint boards See BuildingPage 12 Col 8 Workers In Apollo APOLLO Pa AP Pickets soliciting contributions to the United Steelworkers emergency fund Tuesday kept 20 em The hearing was finished in in the 1958 auditorg report nnn AS mtnnfoo This item for 1958 cost taxpayers he said adding that this is He said the office and personal As it ended Farmer reminded spokesmen of the striking Interna TaftHartlev Act will not brine I Premier Abdel Iboufany solution of LSI I rim Kassem Iraqs strongman totaled as compared to Premier was shot in the shoulder He urged the parties to make every effort about get together to peaceful settle si c bring Spokesmen for both sides agreed their positions as outlined in sharp and hostile terms to the threeman panel gave little prom ise of In presenting their case to the et panel the stevedores contended in 1955 In 1955 comparing the two years and 1958 Mack claimed the expanse accounts of the commis tion employer deamnds would result in iloyes from entering the Apollo Steel Co plant The pickets milled around the plant gates at the start of the morning and afternoon shifts ask ing for five dollar contributions to wholesale elimination of jobs The employer group respondedfries with an accusation that the walkjBoyd out of dock workers Friday man n e r s have increased called for a total GOP vic in the Nov Zt General Elfc andasked for a straight tick vote for the GOP her speakers at the Plum Creik rally included Rep William G Buchanan Sheriff Paul W Jef party chairman and Mrs Bennett party vice chair the strike fund Steel workers who had contrib uted to the fund were permitted to enter the plant Those who hadnt contributed were kept out Why cant they aid one picket Theyre working and we are The Apollo plant employs 150 It is working under an extension of a contract agreement was an irresponsible and illegal See 12 Col 1 Heavy Rain Hits Five County Area PITTSBURGH AP Heavy rainstorms drenched a five county area of western Pennsylvania Tuesday night Hard hit were Al legheny Washington Greene But ler and Armstrong counties Heavy gusts of wind also were reported throughout all five coun ties However no flooding or ex tensive damage was recorded Harry Bud Young Starford campaign chairman presided Tie GOP caravan resumes its couity wide drive on Thursday will a rally at Rossiters Ameri can Legion hall Principal speaker will be William McMillen Blairs state GOP committeeman Rules On Kovach Pa AP A visaing judge was expected to today on whether to throw out charges of state election code violations against Dist Atty Jo sepji Kovach of Fayette County Lunik ftiiite MOSCOW tunik soared miles beyond the moon today and is expected to keep going three more days be fore starting its return toward earth Tass reported tonight The official Soviet news agency said the instrumentcrammed sat ellite is expected to reach a max imum distance of miles from Uie earth before turning back Thereafter the interplanetary station will begin moving toward the earth and will pass by our planet on Oct 18 moving from north to the announce ment said In Testimony 27 PR Aide Admits TV Quiz Show Rigged WASHINGTON publiciby New York newspapers of sto relations consultant for producersjries about alleged rigging of the of the TV quiz program Twenty1 program had tf to a series of One testified today the show wasmeetings in 1957 and 1958 attended by representatives of the produc At the same time the witness ers Davis own company and Alfred Davis said an attorney ad1 vised his public relations firm not to tell the truth to New York au thorities investigating charges that contestants were given ques tions and answers in advance Davis identified the attorney as Edwin Slote of New York In effect Davis said his firm and Barry and Enright own of the jquiz program had de reived the National Broadcasting Co by not telling them the truth NBC was the network that car ried one of the biggest quiz shows until it col lapsed last year after charges it was rigged Davis was the leadoff witness on the second day of an inquiry by the House legislative oversight subcommittee into quiz show scan Under questioning Davis said Slote had advised him to get out of town after authorities began looking into the charges against the program Where did he advise you to go asked Robert W Lishman subcommittee counsel As far away as Da vis replied I Davis testified that publication NBC Afterward he said NBC Issued a statement that it had found the charges baseless and had com plelje confidence in the integrity of show Davis was asked whether his company and the Barry and En rigljit organization had not made every effort to deceive NBC I would have to say repjlied We did not make great effort to deceive them we did not enlighten He said he has no reason but wilt iaiiujuaic beljeve that NBC at any time was for the office of Judge of the state the TwentyOne program Supreme Court fixed Earl Handler Indiana attorney pans was asked about testiwill serve as toastmaster to this mony Tuesday by Herbert Stem pel a former TwentyOne cou who told of being supplied jwiti questions and answers and come of being told when to answer in correctly He said that Stempel was off Democratic basje on some details but on Late News Bulletins Kassem Shot CAIRO AP Premier Abdel today Baghdad Radio reported The radio said the Premier was military governor Gen Ahmed Saleh immediate ly clamped curfew on Baghdad and its sububs Say Strike Settlement Outlook Hopeless Ike Move Said Next Step home today He said steel strike settkmenfprospects peared hopeless McDonald indicated he felt the next step will be for President Eisenhower to invoke the TaftHartley Act to end the strike for an 80day period But McDonald said the union will fight any such court injunction in the courts But he pledged the union failing to upset an injunction would obey the law of the The union chief said there was nothing in the steel negotiations picture to indicate hope for set tlement in the near In strongly opposing use of Taft Hartley McDonald again called for appointment by Eisenhower of a public factfinding board to sift the strike issues and recommend a settlement solution Eisenhower has expressed dis taste for such a board but has said he would name one if the industry joined the union in en dorsing the idea The industry has indicated any White House inter vention should be the TaftHartley procedure TaftHartley a board of Inqpiry would be confined to mak ing a factual report on the situa tion and would be barred from making any settlement proposals of me unions olicy Con A solution imder Mario Lanza Dies In Italy Had Attack ROME tenor Mario Lanza died today hi a Rome hospital Lanza had been in the hospital for about a week reportedly for treatment of a minor illness A friend said he had suffered a heart attack and died shortly after noon He was 38 Lanza two years ago undertook a new movie career in Europe after several years of controver sial performance in the United States A Philadelphia boy Lanza vaulted to fame with the film The Great He earned in more than half of ft records la 1952 he Lawrence Speaks At Dinner Here Pennsylvania Governor David L Lawrence will be the main speak er this evening at the annual ban quet of the Indiana County Demo cratic Campaign Committee at Rustic Lodge The Governor is expected to ar rive in Indiana from Harrisburgj about According to his itinerary he will visit the newly opened district highway office building just south of Indiana upon his arrival The dinner this evening begin RALLY Rivera White Sox outfielder makes a running catch of Charlie Nefls drive to the fence in the 7th inning of Series game to snuff out a Dodger rally The Los Angeles team had second and third when Neal drove on to the fence AP Wirephoto Last Ditch Stand Planned By Chisox CHICAGO underdog Chicago White Sox their flagging hopes revived flew back home today for a last ditch stand against the Los Angeles Dodgers for beseballs biggest prize Were going to win this thing Manager Al Lopez boomed jubilantly after his American League champions de feated the Dodgers 10 in Los Angeles Tuesday on five singles to keep their chances for the World Series crown Car Bounces Down Slope Four Perish YAKIMA Wash au alive Hours later both teams arrived by plane at Chicagos Midway Airport the Dodgers first about 3 and the White Sox some 20 minutes later A small crowd perhaps 750 per sons cheered the players of both teams with nonpartisan gusto ning at oclock is expected tomobile slid from a mountain Some of the Plavers had slept to attract a full house for the11 after a lignt lunch aboard HIP Governor This marks Mr Lawr ences first visit to Indiana as Gov ernor He was featured as speaker at a banquet here a year ago how ever when he was a candidate for he any governor e any ray ot optimism on Six top industry executives led by Chairman Roger Blough of Steel Mc Donald in a fruitless session Tues day night The union leader dismissed the decision making wage policy group after a 25minute session in which he reported on his sum See 12 Col 5 Say Lunik III Continues On Planned Orbit MOSCOW III the Soviet Unions newest space traveler apparently was continu ing on its planned orbit today after rounding the moon but the boviets so far have not said what it found on the other side Word of what the flying labora tory observed on the face of the moon never seen by man may coine after Luniks next trans mit on of data scheduled from 9 to i Eastern Standard Time today A Soviet announcement Tues day night said the cosmic rocket reached a point kilometrs from the moon at Eastern Standard Time Tuesday and then kept its movement turning around the show business iter he was hi debt to the United States government and having a hard time finding bookings One of the reasonswas that he got too fat for romantic parts He was a sick his friend Irving Aronson said of the period in which Lanza ballooned in size failed to fill a Las Vegas engage ment and was accused of break ing a Hollywood movie contract Lanza was born in the Little Italy section of Philadelphia His real name was Alfredo Arnold cozza He later adopted his moth ers name of Lanza for profes sional use A spokesman at Lanzas home said the tenors wife was in a state of shock They have four children After coming to Rome and bringing his weight down from 184 pounds Lanza recovered from an about 240 to said he had unhappy He went on to make several pic tures here including the Seven Hills of There had been years in which he worked hard played hard and sang every song as if it would be his last Of his voice he often said It is a gift of God I cannot take credit for it it merely passes through Lanza blamed part of his trou bles on the MGM studio after the making of We had The hit a Great high mark with that he said in 1954 moon By noon the announcement highway in a snowstorm Tuesdav 8 l mncn tne BV tne announ Highway ma snowstorm Tuesday Most Qf fhem hurried off continued the rocket wag and bounced endoverend 600 feet to their hotels Some remained atl kilometers milesfrom down a boulderstrewn slope kill ing four passengers f o mu All four doors were ripped from members of their families the sedan and bodies were strewnj Neither Lopez nor Walt Alston the airport for the arrival of the the moons surface and continu plane carrying wives and othexiing on its predetermined This was supposed to take it on around the moon and into a long the I wanted to maintain that qual ity But when I reported for work I found out they wanted me to star in an Army picture Because Youre The picture was not a success and his relations with MGM wors i Mil aiisuiiu LUC minru auu Jiiiu a luui Featured along wilh Governor Obit around the earth at the Lawrence tonight will be Michael to j Eagen Democratic candidate nier National Park Killed were Mrs Robert W Ditty 37 Warden her son Leon 12 and daughter Valerie 11 and Venita A Brown 19 ened When he failed to report for Student the studio brought a 5milliondoliar damage The Pled8e of alliance will t apparently was crucial point whether he was WITNESS James Snodgress of New York a contestant on the new defunct TV quiz show Twenty testifies yester day before the House Legisla tive Oversight Committee The committee is holding hearings on charges that the show was rigged AP Wirephoto given the wap true answers what he said Three of Chairwonvin the Indiana County stopped a motorist for help also testified that he had suspicions about other quiz shqws but did not identify them He said it was not generally kmfwn in the show business that programs were fixed but it was pijobably Before todays hearing began Homer Citv will t Democrats who are seeking conni ty office are also scheduled forjStee StflKP remarks at tonights banquet They irvc are incumbent Indiana County Commissioners Harold C McCor mick and Dee Miller James R Edgerly seeking the office of dis trict attorney will also make a few remarks Rev James Cook pastor of the Harris said Daniel Enright coCoffer the invocation and benedic 12 Col 4 tion DETROIT vast Gen era Motors Corp empire is feel ing the steel shortage pinch with layoffs reaching in parts plants across the and equipment nation Eagles Party every nite Thursday Wed CoralGracetoa Fire Co parry This later was settled and time the Soviets said his voice was used in the movie The Dodgers lead 32 in the Lunik was miles from1 See LastPage 12 Col 3 See 12 Col 2 Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson comments today on the probe into television quiz shows See his column on editorial page 6 CHISOX WIN The Chicago White Sox won the fifth game of the world series yesterday Read tins and other sports on pages 22 and 23 i Other Features AUddlni ttm Mirror Comic k 28 S EdltorUl 3031 Si Obituurlei 13 10 Sporta J25J3 TVIUdto 30 World 4 Fatigue Cancel GoldensTour CHARLOTTE N C thor Harry Golden says that fa tigue not a heart condition has forced him to cancel a speaking tour 1 overextended said Golden The author of the bestselling Only In America and For 2 Cents Plain was to appear Thurs day night on a panel at the Kan sas City Press Clubs annual Griddle Show Club officials re ported that he had telephoned Tuesday that his doctor had for bidden him to make the trip WEATHER Partly cloudy and cool tonight Low 52 to 57 Thursday consid erable cloudiness and cooier Zenith transistors ujt S ft H Green Stwuxw Rouea Jewelry   

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