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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY rAn Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family The faster you drive the easier it is for an accident to catch up with you Volume 47 Twentyeight Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday October 8 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents STEEL NEGOTIATORS FACE DEADLINE HOMECOMING QUEENNancy Mcchling a junior in the ele mentary department was elected Homecoming Queen today by members of the junior and senior classes at Indiana State Teachers College Queen Sawquehanna is from Brackenridge Selected as princesses were Dolores Fundrella a secondary sophomore from Vandergrift and Judy Lloyd music sophomore from Whitaker The queen will be crowned by President Willis Pratt during ceremonies at the Homecoming Game Saturday tf Dodgers Lead 83 After 4 Innings CHICAGO Los Angeles Dodgers held an 83 lead over the Chicago White Sox at the end of the fourth inning in the sixth game of the World Series this afternoon at Cumiskey Park The White Sox must win this game to keep their chances of winning the series alive A Dodger I Responsible Leadership Cited Resounding Victory Foreseen By Lawrence win would make them world champions PLAY BY PLAY FIRST INNING to center Dodgers Gilliam was called Demeter ran for left for a neat glovedhand of Hodges hot p rounder and o Fox forcm Snider at Neal a hi No runs one hit no errors two left t White Sox Aparicio grounded out Moon caught Foxs low liner Landis topped a slow roller bat Podres throw for an infield single Lollar forced Landis j No runs one hit no errors one left SECOND INNING Dodgers Larker walked Rose bnro flied to McAnany Fox got slow grounder and threw him out Larker taking second J Podres flied to Landis j No runs no hits no errors one left While Sox Neal tossed out Smith walked Phil lips hit into a double play No runs no hits no errors none left THIRD INNING Dodgers Gilliam flied to Smith Neal struck out Moon walked on five pitches Snider hit a home run into the lower stands in left center scoring Moon ahead of him to put the Dodgers in front 20 Hodges popped to Fox Two runs one hit no errors none left White Sox Neal backed into short right for McAnanys Wynn struck out Wills tossed out a No runs no hits no errors none left FOURTH INNING Dodgers Larker lined a single Hit to Kluszew ski Hodges beat out a dribbler past the mound and went to second on Aparicios low throw past first Fox threw out Dcmeter Six runs six hits one error one left White Sox Dcmeter went to center for Los Aageles and Snid er moved over to right Fox fouled out to Wills Podres sec ond pitch hit Landis on the back of the head Landis dropped to the ground but got up immediate ly apparently unhurt The ball hit the protective helmet Lollar w a 1 k e d Kluszewski crashed a linedrive home run into the upper rightfield stands scoring Landis and Lollar ahead of him to narrow the Dodgers lead to 83 Smith walked Larry Sherry replaced Podres Phillips hit Sherrys first pitch for a looping single into left cen ter sending Smith to third Billy Goodman batted for Mc Anany and struck out First base umpire Ed Hurley after an argument with Charley Dressen ejected the Dodger coach from the fitId Karl Torgeson batted for Lown and walked loading the bases Aparicio popped to Wills Three runs two hits no errors three left FRANK HOOD Associate Editor Because responsible lead ership is being returned loj office I foresee a resounding victory for Democratic candi dates in Indiana County and throughout Pennsylvania at the Nov 3 This was the prediction made last night by Governor David L Lawrence at a meet ing of approximately Democrats at the annual ban quet sponsored by the Indiana County Democratic Commit tee held at Rustic Lodge The Governor pointed to the pro gress made by Democratic Coun ty Commissioners Harold C Mc Cormick and Dee Miller during the past four years and the grow ing support being given the Demo cratic party all over Pennsylvan ia as reasons for the Democratic victory Recalling that four years ago the voters of Indiana County put two Democratic Commissioners in to office for the first time since the days of Andrew Jackson Gov ernor Lawrence traced the gains made by the local Democrats and the progress of the Democratic county administration during the past four years As a result of the Democratic tenure he said the IndianaCoun ty Home is no longer just a sec ond rate lodging home and the Sec 4 Col 3 State Asfcs For Bids On Homer Road HARRISBURG AP The St Highways Dept on Wednesday called for bids on Oct 28 for con struction projects in the following counties Indiana Route 119 south of Indiana miles Divided high way reinforced concrete pave ment two lanes on each side of a concrete and earth medial strip lour feet and 20feet wide s i x bridges and other drainage struc tures widening some existing pavement and installing blacktop surface grading and drainage of relocated railroad bed Indiana Jefferson Legisla tive routes north of the Indiana Jefferson county line and south east of Smicksburg miles Armstrong Route 422 be twecn Kittanning and Worthington miles Divided highway rein forced concrete pavement two lanes on each side of a 20feet wido earth divisor triple span inforced concrete box culvert blacktop roadway 22 24 feet and variable in width Federal a i d primary and State Highway and Bridge Authority Centre Route 545 in State College and vicinity miles Divided highway blacktop pave ment two lanes wide on each side of a concrete medial strip two feet wide one rigid frame con crete bridge blacktop pavement 24 33 and 3G feet and variable in width Eisenhowers Implied Deadline Coming Close Expect No Settlement PITTSBURGH Pa negotiators today came up against President Eisenhowers implied strike settlement deadline without hope of quickly ending the 86dayold strike and apparently resigned to government use of the TaftHartley law Each side said it did not want government legal inter vention United Steelworkers President David J McDonald said his union would undertake a legal fight to prevent it But he said workers would obey the law of the land The actions of both sides how ever indicated they preferred J ti C ft I operating under a court injunction I rather than acceptance of P v I I others demands for a CI JJ Ml 6 M T ins agreement Funds Sought DOLLAR GIRLS MEET GOVERNORSix girls who have been collecting Dollars for Demo crats m Indiana Borough are shown as they met Governor Lawrence last night before the Democratic Banquet here Left to right they are Judy Territo Sally Lohr Carol Bell the Gov ernor Mary Jane German Sandy Merrill and Mary Ann Grundy Each of the girls received an autographed picture of the Governor The last joint negotiating session was held Tuesday night ft ended in complete deadlock Since then there is no evidence that either side has attempted to arrange further joint meetings Eight days ago President Eisenhower called union and in me dustry leaders to Washington He Industrial Development Au said he wanted some prothonty HARRISBURG ers seeking compromise on Gov Lawrences proposed state budget are under pressure to restore cuts in appropriations for the Pennsyl gress in negotiations before his re turn from a California vacation today The President didnt say so but he left the impression he would invoke the TaftHartley law and seek a federal court injunction to halt the strike if there were no signs of progress when he re turned to Washington The TaftHartley law provides for a federal court injunction to halt a strike for an 80day cooling See 4 Col 7 Gas Explosion Big To in Texcss The support for restoration of the appropriation to the full 10 million dollars requested by the governor is coming from commu nity and industrial leaders in many areas especially the states hardpressed coal regions There were signs from the HouseSenate Conference Commit tee that the million dollars cut from the requests by the Republi cancontrolled Senate would be re added to the General Appropria tion Bill One of the strongest arguments in favor of restoration of the gov ernors requests has been the sound financial condition of the fund PI DA officials sav the additional Idmiliou dollars allow it to grow at the rate of a bi ennium through interest and cap AUSTIN TOV A ital returnSenate GOP AUS11N Tex roaring slashing the requeussaid the break n a 10mch main spewed ful arnoimt WOJ ha propane gas over a vast section growth of the flmd AT DEMOCRATIC BANQUETToastmnstcr Earl Handler Gov David Lawrence DA candidate James Edgerly and Supreme Court candidate Michael Eagen are shown before last nights Demo era tic Banquet here Gazette hotQS fa sj Heavy Vote In Britain Conservatives Favored of Austin early today and threat ened thousands with potential ex plosion But four hours after the police said the gravest danger of a blast appeared ended The 300 to 400 persons who fled their homes returned The propane gas collected in any low place and a spark or fire could set it off One of those who refused to evacuate was C W Wright 78 Leave he asked a reporter I turned off the pilots Ive lived here 30 years and Im not leav Mrs R James Andrews said it gagged me but I could stand it and I didnt want to leave She didnt An official of Phillips Petroleum Co said the break apparently was caused by a cleaning device sent through the line The line carries butane or pro pane depending on the season The gases are processed from natural gas and liquefy under pressure They are used for heating and Concerning Video Show LONDON voted in heavy numbers today I for a new government Late predictions favored the ruling Conservatives to win a third term in office Prime Minister Harold Macmillan looking up at the sky after voting remarked jauntily Warm and fine all day with very good prospects Macmillans opponent Labor leader Hugh Gaitskell toured his home district of South Leeds in the industrial Yorkshire area to gel out lastminute support Gait skell 53 had voted by mail ear lier I Shares on the London ECovach Acquitted UN10NTOWN Pa AP Undecided On Marios Burial Site ROME body of Ma rio Lanxa was being prepared for burial today but his widow so far was too upset to decide whether he would rest in the Hollywood million and a half dollar rate each two years The Authority established in 1956 with a five million dollar ap propriation may make second See 4 Col 8 US Attorneys Move To Get Dock Order NEW YORK govern ment attorney sped here by plane today to seek a TaftHartley Act injunction to halt the Longshore mens strike on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts He was acting on or ders of President Eisenhower Asst Atty Gen George Coch ran Doub and his aide Donald B MacGuineas were expected to reach here in a White House plane at 2 p m and go at once to U S Dist Court to request a temporary restraining order directing the 85 incjf cue usuu ior neating and mv cooking by many homeowners000 Strikin8 dock workers to re i turn tn who have no natural gas line con nection turn to work There was little doubt a Taft Police Capt Otto Ludwig said Hartlev lavv injunction requir 300 to 400 persons had been outling an return to work of the area There was no panic be issued promptly in Policemen firemen state poiDistrict CourtA ruling lice and troops from Bergstrom lwas re9uired but never before Airfield joined in the doorrohas an inJunction been refused in door effort to move persons out of the 15 Previous times the govern tho rnpnf hac invnlprl laiue am Because propane a heavier thanair have an anaes rnent has invoked the laws em ergency provisions A court order ending the week fidence in a Conservative victory Brokers crowded the exchange See 4 Col WASHINGTON AP George Van Dojvn one of the alltime big money winners on a television quiz program was reported to day to have been invited to tes before a louse coinmillee in vestigating charges that the quiz piogijims have been fixed A source who asked he not be identified said Thomas E Ervin vice president and general coun sel of the National Broadcasting had told the subcom millee Wednesiiny thai Van Doivn would be willing to testify either today or Friday Van Diueii is now under a WOOayear coiitraci with NBC as a television commentator The source that Van Dorea a former Columbia Uiii versity English instructor who won on NBCs quiz show TwentyOut in was not lie ing ordered to appear He said a telegram sent to Van Doren mere ly invited him to testify Van Dorens name has been mentioned many times in the past two days of testimony about alle gations that TwentyOne had been ringed tiut no witness has linked Van with anything improper Van Doren has denied any i knowledge of rigging He also de nied being involved in any way with what some other contestants have described as coaching on questions and answers in ad vance and he has offered to ap pear before the committee The reported invitation to Van Doren was disclosed as the com mittee prepared to shift attention to another television quiz show Backstage operations of Dot one of the first quiz pro grams to collapse under accusa tions of rigging were up for ques tioning Ervin testifying Wednesday made a disclosure regarding still Scu Van i Col 2 Joseph Kovach of charges of vi olating the State Election Code i The jury deliberated about ani hour and a half before its verdict The charges were filed as the result of allegations stemOfQ j ming from the Democratic prim ary election las May At the time Kovach was seeking j the Democratic nomination for his second term as district attorj ney He lost the election and since been appointed a Republican candidate for judge in the Novem ber election Dodge Dodge Dart now show ing at McGregor Motor Co Its fabulous i Zenith Sylvania transistors up j Green Stamps Rogers Jewelry MARION CENTER Ord T McMillen 65 died at the home of Mr and Mrs John McMilJen of Marion Center R D 2 unexpect edly at a m today The deceased was a brother of Charles McMillen of Indiana The body was removed to the Bowser Funeral Home in Plum ville A complete obituary will appear in tomorrows Gazette tenor died Wednesday of a heart attack in a Rome clinic He svas only 38 A family friend said that Lanzas body might be taken to the United States for burial in Hollywood but there is also a pos sibility he might be buried in Cocco Casuria in Italys Abruzzi region where his parents were born A spokesman for Mrs Lanza said she is still too upset to make any decision The widow was in seclusion in the villa where the young singers family including four children have made their home for sev eral years since he deserted i Hollywood thetic effect disaster crews old strike was exPected to send sought to wake every person in the workers back the docks no the area later than Friday William V jBrfidley president of the strik Dodge Dodge Dart now International Longshoremens ing at McGregor Motor Co Its said When we receive the fabulous we will comply with Indiana Roller Rink I classified each day Dodge Dodge Dart now show ing at McGregor Motor Co Its fabulous 49X Youll Love Em See the GO Fords at McGills Look in 1JA Motors Hillbilly band and frey 47x1 Eagles Party tomte Thurs tlx Cokes Evenings thai Sat 49x The Gazette HAPPY Oldsters appreciate visits more than gifts says Marie Daerr In her Happy Tunes1 column on editorial page 6 HOMECOMING The annual Homecoming game at the local college will feature Slippery Kock and the Big Indians See page 22 and 23 Other Features Aladdins Lump lliti Ki rial HoipiUI Notts M Society li Spoils J7 TVIUM 4 Worlii iodijr 7 WEATHER Becoming cloudy tonight witii and scattered showers likely tonight and Friday Lit Low tonight near UO   

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