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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family Greetings to the biggest home coming crowd to watch the gcst homecoming parade Volume 49 t Twelve Pages City County EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday October 10 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Seven Cents IKE INVOKES TH IN STEEL STRIKE Extra TV Quiz In Session WASHINGTON AP Congressmen looking into the rigging of television quiz shows go into an overtime session today with two big questions still hanging fire They are 1 Will Charles Van Doren the first big jackpot winner on the quiz shows accept a challenge to explain his role in the scandal stained TwentyOne program Van Doren a onetime Columbia University English instructor who skyrocketed to fame while winning on consis tently has denied any knowledge of the shows being fixed w The National Broadcasting with whom he has a a year contract as a TV commentator suspended him two days ago pending a final determination by the House inquiry Other TwentyOne contestants have testified that the show was fixed But they did not accuse Van Doren of taking part in the fakery The subcommittee called Chair nan John C Doerfer and other n embers of die Federal Com munications Commission to ex plain today why they didnt crack down on the quiz show rigging The FCC which regulates the broadcasting industry has con tended that it lacks authority to intrude into the content of TV or radio programs The subcommittee which origi nally planned to wind up its probe JYiday night also announced it vill meet Monday to hear repre ttntatives of the Federal Trade Commission The FTC among other things polices adveri tising practices also proclaims See 3 Col 5 Heres How TH Strike Law Works WASHINGTON AP Here is how the TaftHartley Acts strike procedure invoked by President Eisenhower in the steel works The Presidents first act is to appoint a factfinding board to re port to him on the issues of the ispute This he already has done he board makes no recommenda tions If the President feels the facts warrant he can order the attorney general to seek an injunction that halts the strike on the ground it I imperils national health or No federal court has ever refused to issue such an injunction The strikers then go back to work for 80 days Both sides must to seek a settlement durl ing this period with the help of the National Mediation and Con ciliation Service The factfinding board while not required to do sometimes has acted to mediate and in some cases has succeeded1 in gaining a settlement Sixty days after the injunction is issued the factfinding board reports to the President on position of the parties including latest offer j In the next 15 days the National Labor Relations Board takes a I secret ballot of the employes on tliis last offer j Five days later the attorney general must ask the court to lift the injunction I If the employes voted to accept the offer they continue at work under the new contract If theyi it they can resume the The injunction cannot be reimposed in any one strike j Tr i President is authorized to1 make a full report to Congress on1 the entire proceedings including1 the findings of the fact finding board the results of the secret ballot and any recommendations he may want to make Youll Love Em See the 60 Fords at McGills Hillbilly band and free Cokes Evenings thru Sat 49x FIRED TV PRODUCER TESTI FIES Howard Felsher takes the witness stand yesterday as he is questioned by House Legis lative Oversight Committee about the television program Tic Tac Felsher was fired as producer of the show last week by the National Broad casting Company He told the committee that on the night ver sion of Tic Tac Dough about 75 per cent of the performances were rigged AP Wirephoto Democrats In Meeting HARRISBURG Law rence huddled with top Democra tic leaders Friday in what was described as simply a review of the current election campaign by State Chairman John S Rice Rice who also is Commonwealth secretary said we got together socially as we often but add ed no definite decisions were made Joining Lawrence and Rice were Miss Genevieve Blatt secretary of internal affairs Matthew H McCloskey Democratic state fi nance chairman and U S Rep William J Green Philadelphia Democratic city chairman Green asked for a prediction of he Philadelphia election outcome said he expected to carry the city on the basis of present estimates by at least nnd possibly by as much as Lloyd In Confab LONDON AP With a summit conference high on the agenda Prime Minister Harold Macmillan conferred today with Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd The talks were the first with his foreign policy chief since Macmillan and his Con jservative party won a sweep dng victory in Britains par liamentary elections Thurs day The Prime Minister has set an early summit parley as one of his first postelection tasks He is ex pected to communicate quickly jwith President Eisenhower and President Charles de Gaulle of France on arrangements for a top level meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Macmillan conferred with Lloyd j before setting out for his country j home in Sussex for a quiet week end He is expected to consider pos sible changes in his cabinet al though no drastic shakeup ap pears likely The general expectation is that Lloyd will continue as foreign sec jretary at least through a summit j conference proposed for late fall or this winter The most likely cabinet shift would remove Alan LennoxBoyd as colonial secretary He has held i the post under three prime min I isters and is known to be anxious to return to private business Most frequently mentioned to suc ceed him is Iain MacLeod the 1 Macmillan told the nation Fri day night that the sweeping elec tion victory by his Conservative party meant a clearcut mandate to play our full part in the con stant search for Macmillan has told President Eisenhower privately he favors quick Western action to take ad vantage of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs current conciliatory i See 3 Col 7 Law Procedures Begin To End 88Day Strike Inquiry Board Named By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON TaftHartley law proce dures under way to end the 88day steel strike a week or more may drift by before the crippling stoppage is halted President Eisenhower in invoking the TH law in the steel dispute late Friday gave an inquiry board report back to him on the situation The hearings will open here Monday afternoon board will hold an organization meeting here Sunday mom ing i TAX The panel headed by George W or a skilled labor putes arbitrator and former chair REPLACING STRIKE SIGN WITH TH HEADLINESPickets from Local 1272 of the United Steelworkers Bob Caddis Louis Pierre Phil McLeod and James Wilson replace a strike sign with headline in a local newspaper in Pittsburgh after President Eisenhower invoked the TaftHartley law to break the deadlock in the 87 day old steel strike AP Wirephoto Steel worker Happy Steelworkers1 ii A i f i Reactions To Ike Acted On Strike ikes Action By BOB POWELL v PITTSBURGH AP They kind of forced la old steel strike halts 88day bor in Russia fke is favoring the Dont get me wrong I dont want to see the union corporations lt settle the i LU OCC LI 1C UI11LU1 A i rrn broken but we all sure can use at least 80 days of work he y want to take tlle guts said in Friday night out of our Weve hit rock bottom and there are no signs of a let Tnose weie the comments of up in Kowaluk said j Steelworkers in Pittsburgh Chi If f U A Pi m J I UNCl man of the War Labor Board and Wage Stabilization Board must report before the President can seek an 80day strikehalting in junction ATLANTIC CITY N J The reporting deadline of nextJTha United Auto Workers Union Friday gives Taylor and his two has set a goal of increasing its Ifltu r nol fellow panel members an oppor tunity to try to mediate the e ro a mated steel contract fight dollars ty 19G1 strike fund to at least 46 million Dance tonite Sat tfx Ike Mateos Fly To Camp David GETTYSBURG mPres ident Eisenhower and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos came to Eisenhowers Catoctin Mountain retreat at Camp David today for informal talks dur ing an overnight visit They arrived by helicopter from Washington Perfect Day Greets Homecoming cago Cleveland and other steel an injunction follows the cities on President Eisenhowers Presidents invoking of the Taftinvoking of the TaftHartley law Hartley law Friday Kowaluk will in the 88dayold steel strike be one of an estimated Buf Reaction to the Presidents ac ifalo area Steelworkers back Friday was overwhelmingly See 3 Col 1 No Hunting and No Trespassing Notices 5c each or 50c dozen i Additional 15c for tax and ash with order Indiana Evening Gazette Dodge Dodge Dart now show Ing at McGregor Motor Co Its labulous 49x THE STORV OF JOHN BROWNS RAID One hundred years ago the seed of civil war was planted in Harpers Ferry by a ruthless extremist named John Brown The story of this historically important event and its aftermath has been freshly written by Dr Philip Van Doren Stern outstanding author anthologist and Civil War historian We are proud to present this original manuscript by Dr Stern commissioned especially for this newspaper and NEA Service as the first M a continuing series to be featured throughout the centennial years ahead Dont miss this dramatic narrative and the unusual illus trations which accompany it drawn by artists at tbe time Starts Monday In The Gazette the job for an 80day cooling off I period At the end of 60 days employes Perfect weather today be whether they n C i accept managements last ed the throng of people We had an idea the strike would last about six Ko waluk said But we sure were wrong Things are really getting ing in Indiana for the Home coming Parade Heavy traffic was reported on district roads since early morn ing The bright sun greeted Sat urday shoppers and Indiana State Teachers College Alumni as a carnival atmosphere seemed to prevail in the Indi ana business district Indiana Borough Police alert ed to the crowd expected in the community throughout the day worked extra shifts to insure a safe flow of both highway and pedestrian traffic The gigantic Homecoming parade highlight of the Home coming activities at the local college scheduled for 1 is YomKippur Begins Here Kowaltik 28 is a Commencing at sundown tomor tensilejrow the local Jewish community strength test machine operator at will observe Yom Kippur the most Hia r1 1 t rr solemn day of the Jewish calen the Bethlehem Steel Lacka wanna plant See 3 Col 4 The other two panel members are John Perkins president of the University of Delaware and Paul N Lehoczky Ohio State Uni versity professor and another vet eran arbitrator Eisenhower expressed profound regret that the industry and strik ing Steelworkers had been unable to reach an agreement He stressed that both have a con tinuing and grave obligation to resume negotiations and reach a just and responsible settlement at the earliest possible But the President said both sides had informed him they saw See 3 Col 2 11 Happy1 Vfst Bonafide Candidate FRANKFORT Ky tucky Gov A B Chandler wants the nation to know he is a serious surefire starter in the Democrat ic presidential derby He makes his point plain in a familiar Kentucky Derby phrase Im not running for the exer cise Im running for the The Kentucky Derby is known as The Run for the Chandler 61 former baseball commissioner winds up his sec ond term as governor Dec 8 He could not seek reelection under a state constitution provision ban ning consecutive terms by the governor Chandler actively nomination in 1956 Union Head Raps Public Employe Law parade in Pennsylvania leader has labeled dar A union inclusion of Traditidn holds that on that day God forgives the sins df all who honestly desire foregiveness The desire is shown by prayer and fasting throughout the day This day is also distinguished by prayer for the welfare of all mankind and petitions for peace and harmony for the entire world Also included is Yizkor the tradi tional memorial service in mem ory of all relatives and loved This was agreed upon Friday at a caucus of supporters of Pres ident Walter P Reuther making up a substantial majority of the conventions nearly dele gates They voted to put through the convention a dues increase of a month which would make basic dues a month Of this would go into the strike fund which has fallen below 15 million dollars as a result of strike ex penditures of more than 10 mil lion this year Local unions would get and the international union as their share of the new dues rats from nearly members Reuthers caucus also voted to reelect him and his top he unions financial position was I stressed by Secretaryireasmei Emil Mazey Adopting resolutions us not he iauJ The UAW last month gave the striking steelworkexs a million dollars and has offered further help In criticizing President Eisen howers handling of the steel strike Reuther said the Presi dent is kidding himself if he thinks an injutiction is substi tute for Perishables Get Priority Along Docks jurisdiction of a new federal la bor law a broad step toward government Charles C Levey international vice president of the Buidling Ser vice Employes International Un sought the received 30 delegate votes from Kentucky and six from other states at the con vention Executive duties kept him from being an active campaigner in 1956 Now with plenty of time he plans to enter the early pri maries in New Hampshire Wis consin and perhaps Indiana Chemists Survey Shocks Chemists HUNTSV1LLE Ala AP A The fast is ended by the blowing nationwide survey to find out FatalCrash Trucker Had 10 Violations NORTH BRUNSWICK NJ traffic violations mark the record of the trucker who slammed into a bus Friday and turned it into a human bonfire Roscoe Poe 54 Brooklyn was pried from the cab of his blazing truck on Rt 1 here with his leg torn and his body burned The bodies of nine girls and a history professor out of 41 bus passengers returning to Trenton State College after a night at a know who they were As Poe lay in fair condition in me rust is ended oy tne blowing nationwide survey to find out a Jruc v luir conumon IT of the Shofar at sundown Monlwhat people think about chemists Middlesex General Hospital bed rluw ailthorihpS wpnf Viic MIL day shocked the chemists Introductory services or Eightythree per cent of the authorities went through his re cord This is what it showed miruuuciory services or KOI Kigntytnree per cent ot the auuwcu Midre will be conducted Sunday persons questioned said sciTwo convictions for speeding in evening at oclock The under1 entists make important contribuNew Jersev one of them a few lying motive of the Kol Midre tions but jmiles the disaster scene Prayer are the sincere longing The majority believe the the same hghway jmeiiuuiunai un ion AFLC10 said the new lawilvinS motive of the Kol Midre but the disa will bring all government work1Praver are the sincere longing The majority believe the scienion the same highway ers federal state and municipal a clear conscience and the tific man to be shy hive tickets in New York for under the punitive controls of the I recognition of the sacredness of i odd socially inept narrow in hisipassinS a red Jlgnt passing an NEW YORK LandrumGriffin amendments tolhe Plighted word j interests and overly dedicated to signal defective crucic iisri to tiift continued to receive priority tothe TaftHartley Act signed into Services on Monday mornings his trufk keeping to the day as longshoremen loaded and law recently by President Eisenwi11 start at am and Rabbi The findings were reported byjngln anc to obey a police unloaded a backlog of cargo that hower Harold Markman will preach at Dr Wayne E Kuhn head of thejnlans directions had accumulated daring their1 Levey of Pittsburgh made hisapproximately American Institute of Chemists L Tnree warnngs in Pennsylvania eightday strike Ports from Maine 1 remarks to the annual convention to Texas of the Pennsylvania State Council came back to life Friday as of Public Employes here Friday dockers obeyed a federal court or He said it would be extremely der enjoining the strike Rain difficult for the smaller locals of handicapped the operations at the state council to function under Some Atlantic ports the elaborate reporting and dis Priority was given 12 vessels closure provisions of the new fed that had arrived here and at eral Southern ports with 30 million doli We are now told we are to be lars in perishables mostly bananstraightjacketed with the burden as In some cases the fruit was some and rigid regulations of the near spoiling Shippers estimate LandrumGriffin ait which virtu the strike cost them about 1GO ally substitutes government rule See Page 3 Col 33 I for selfrule by Levey l said Turkey Dinner Sunday at Del Hi 49x The Gazette LITTLE INDIANS Indiana High gets back on the winning trail by lacing Punxsu lawney 31 to 6 See sports page 6 THE LIGHTER Dont miss Jerry Bennett with his weekly roundup of the little picture on the Washington scene See page 4 Other Features for speeding passing a red light and having no truck lights Poe who faces a mandatory charge of causing death by auto could not be questioned by police because of his injuries Despite his past arrests and traffic violations Poes license was never revoked under New Jerseys point system because the convictions were more than three See 3 1 Dodge Dodge Dart now show ing at McGregor Motor Co ItV j No Trespassing Notices 5c fabulous jeach or 50c doz Additional 15c tor tax and postage Cash with Dance tonite Sat tfx Buy now Avoid last minute rush and post before bad weather Indi Elks Dance tonite Music by ana Evening Gazette tf Hurry Finley t Spurts 6 5 5 Town Teen Talk Aladdins Lamp Classifieds Comics It K 10II Croskitords Editorial Hospital Nvlet Obituaries 4 II i WEATHER vVanner tonight with increasing cloudiness with a chance of occasional rain Sunday rather cloudy windy and warmer wilh a few showers or Uiundershuweis i Zenith Sylvania transistors up S H Green Stamps Rogers Jewelry Dance tonite Club Savoy Music by Cadets 49x Dodge Dodge Dart now show ing at McGregor Motor Co Iti fabulous 49x Dance tonight Eagtei t MUKIC by   

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