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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Aft Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family you make the tafct of tilings its surprising how little cnttse you hsve to worry City EDITION Volume 56 fwehty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania 19 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents IKE INVOKES TH LAW Soviets Report st Moon Photos Sent By Lunik III 1 By PRESTON GROVER MOSCOW III raced away from the earth again today after reportedly sending the earth the first pic tures ever taken of the hidden side of the moon The Soviet News Agency Tass said the photographs are being processed and will be published giving mankind the first view of the far side of the never seen from the earth Sciei sts expect the pictures to show the same sort of era ten face as the side of the moon which the earth sees J Man Shot n Brawl In Local Tavern The pictures presumably were taken Oct 6 two days after the launching of the 614pound fly ing it swoopec within miles of the moon a it hurtled out into space Moscow Radio said the Sovie T space vehicle completed its firs Anderson demons 22 Indiana circuft aroundthe earth Sunda RD 3 is in satisfactory condiand continued on its vast orbit tion in the Indiana Hospital with running 17 minutes behind a pre a bullet wound of the left thigh jviously announced State Police from the Indiana The next radio contact with th substation report demons was traveler officially called an wounded during a brawl at Sadautomatic interplanetary station tiers Restaurant Indiana RD 3 is fixed far Wednesday afternoon about midnight Saturday wlie is scheduled to be Although the investigation of the miles from earth incident is still underway by Statej When the rocket was launched STRIKE Orders Justice Dept To Seek Injunction To End 97Day Old Strike BULLETIN WASHINGTON Eisenhower today ordered the Justice Department to seek a court injunction o halt the marathon steel strike for 80 days The White House announced that a petition for an in unction under the TaftHartley law will be sought in Fed eral District Court in Pittsburgh Tuesday afternoon Eisenhower acted shortly after his factfinding board eported failure in efforts to settle the 97day strike In a statement the President said Americas hopes for a volun ary responsible settlement have not been fulfilled j It is a sad day for the Granting of a TaftHartley in junction would halt tlie steel shut down while efforts to reach a set tlement continued However there would be no legal obstacle in the way of resumption of the strike after 80 days if an agreement had not been reached HONORING serviceman salutes flags lowered to halfstaff around the base of the Washington Monument Washington D In a tribute to the late General of the Army George C Marshall The Capitol dome is in the TDackground Gen Marshall Police and the Indiana County Tass science writer Eugcnyi Bogo Detective police said Lawrence yaviensky predicted that thej Sadler 17 Indiana RD 3 is beLunik would fly close enough for ing charged with poinling a dead the whole hidden side of the moonQ J I I M ly weapon to be According to the police The Soviets have been i rence Sadler son of Charles Sadjabout the equipment packed mto7ST3TO 1 ler owner of the restaurant space traveler There was no a J 38 caliber revolver from beofficial mention of camera ap WASHINGTON body with the of Gen George C Marshall lies inteii offiring a shot into the air Another Soviet scientist Direcjn state at Washington Nai Ho stop thp whiefcv the I tor wA A Mikhaylov of Pulkovo tiona Cathedral Simple lastlion1 elder Sadler was involved 0bscrvatpry said telemetered sigors f0now Tuesday at Arling Beforn the was raised above nals from the rocket had provided On National Cemetery Rockefeller Enters 60 Race With Health Plan US Security Chief Packs After Ouster the crowd it was discharged and and unique informa the bullet struck demons in the tion physical properties thigh Police added that demons j Sce 4 Col 1 was standing by the bar I According to the report the res taurant was filled with people Iwhen the brawl started H is bej lieved many persons loft the buildi The soldier and statesman mourned throughput the free world died Friday night The five star genral of the Army was 78 Canon Luther D Miller of the Episcopalian Cathedral will con iduct services Tuesday afternoon at the Ft Myer Chapel which ad Missing Girl Safe After Cold Night POTOST Mo AP A young By ROBERT T GRAY In a letter to Atty Gen William P Rogers Eisenhower said as he did in first invoking the Taft Hartley process on Oct 9 that the strike would imperil national health and safety if permitted to continue Eisenhowers statement said It is essential to the national interests that production be re sumed immediately in the steel industry Free collective bargaining has not worked in this dispute despite the dedicated efforts of the feder al government and the factfinding of The presidential factfinders had reported with i sad hearts their failure to settle the strike White House press secretary James C Hagerty said earlier in the day that Eisenhower was no acting immediately and had I placed no time limit on his ATLANTIC CITY N J York Gov Nelson study of the factfinding report RlJC W U O ing when the fight staraed Kl 1160 W 3 jtl n MarshauhTd 8irl a11 in Charles Sadler was apparently i sted tnat servjces to freezing temperatures in the involved in the fracas when he 1 J attempted to stop the fighting When more people reportedly piled on the younger Sadler a minimum His burial wll be National Forest was found alive private COLUMBUS Ohio AP A order today three miles from the point A Rockefeller aiming at the Republican presidential nom ination moved openly on to the national political scene to il day with a call for sweeping improvements in public health j programs The 51yearold governor made the first of a series of planned statements on top national issues as he headed for Midwest in a critical test of his ability to overtake Vice President Richard M Nixon for the GOP nomination Nixon holds a commanding lead Rockefeller is opening an allout campaign to see if he can catch of President Eisen went for the revolver resultinin tolen car plowed into four Hags on public buildings she Donna went for the revolver resulting in mlitar installations will was shivering from the fniQ kiIIprf of them 3v until trie luSL 1 rpnnrlpr All wprp HpaH on rites ln good condition 23 PVnoef urc rhafoorl PUI 1U nil Wtli UcdU Uu charged disorderly conduct and lodged in tlie Indiana County jail 3 Railroads Fight Merger Before ICC WASHINGTON AP Three Jerry Bellah 5 suffered a brok en leg Jerrys sister Jane Bellah 7 was killed The other two victims were Ran Marshall is survived by his wid ow Katherine Tupper Marshall They had no children The child only a Plea Rejected Brown During his distinguished career ed sector just as searchers were Marshall served the United States passing by More titan 400 searchers includ SACRAMENTO Calif AP i out Gound a Bn toa onto a country lane from a woodfused to grant clemency to Caryl up The New York governor in his first major political venture out side his home state invades Chi cago today for a hectic round of for The board of inquiry tried for a week without success to bring agreement between industry anc the United Steelworkers The threemembers gave little hope for early success in their 37page report to the White House As we submit this report the parties have failed to reach an agreement and we see no pros pects for an early cessation of the the report said The board cannot point to anji single issue of any consequence whatsoever upon which the partie are in There was almost universal be lief that Eisenhower would be ob to call on Atty Gen William Chessman Chessman who has been in death row for 11 years is sclied dy Kline 7 and his brother Rayas Army chief of staff during J mond 5 World War II secretary of stateing soldiers were in the uled to be executed Friday The 22yearold driver wasiand secretary of defense He rushed to a police station Police authored the Marshall Plan which rugged area when shewas found The child was calm but her par said they took him from the scenebrought warravaged Europe broke into tears as they em quickly because angered residents i economic strength It won him the braced her obel Peace Prize in 1953 Before shewas found authori He died at Walter Reed Army ties had expressed fear that she were closing in on him Witnesses told police the car value Before flying west he speaks j J probably in Pittsburgh here at the American Public District Curt forcing the steer workers back to work for at leas See 4 Col 2 railroads resume their legal battlejwas going at high speed and theHosPita after a On8 might have been kidnapped She driver apparently tried to slow Strokes and kidney disease had had disappeared from the parked weakened him car of her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Rulo near this eastern Mis before the Interstate Commerce Commission today against the pro posed merger of the Erie and Laekawanna into the nations 12th largest railroad Attorneys for the Nickel Plate Wabash and Lehigli Valley Rail roads planned to cross examine a railroad consultant at an ICC hear ing on the effects the proposed pmerger would have on their lines The consultant William Wyer ol Upper Montclair was em ployed by the Erie and Laekawan na to detail the potential benefits and effects of a merger Attorneys for the Nickel Plate Wabash and New York Central have been studying his worksheets for more than a week The Lehigh Valley did not request the docu ments jt The New York Central although not opposing the merger has in tervened in the case Wyer had testified that if the merger stand to dollars in business the first five years down and skidded onto a sidewalk in front of a store where the chil dren were waiting for their school bus Police were told the car con Queen Returns LONDON Eliza tinued on after striking the chilbeth expecting her third child dren smashed into a parked next year returned to Lon careened off and struck a car don today after her autumn holi souri town when they went for a 20minute hike into the woods about 3 Sunday The governor made his decision Sunday night before leaving on aj trip to Chicago Browns statement said the con victed kidnaprobber has not sought executive clemency and to the contrary he has declared that he seeks only This T cannot give him Tlie evidence of his guilt is overwhelm the governor said Brown noted that at the request attorneys he emerging from a nearby trailer iday in Scotland She looked in court radiant health Anthonys Rec Ccn 8 50 reasons 56 Health Assn convention He declared in his prepared speech that there is compelling need for fresh approaches and new methods in public health See 4 Col 4 of Chosssmans conducted a Wednesday Tlie record shows a deliberate career of robberies and kidnap Name That Tune Goes Off Air NEW YORK AP Name that Tune goes off the air after tonights show Chas Coburn Weds Widow HOLLYWOOD AP Acto Charles Coburn 82 has brough MOSCOW AP Russell A angelle U S Embassy security fficer packed and prepared to eave the Soviet Union tonight with his wife and three children e was accused of spyhig and or ered out or the country The Russians have delivered a ote replying to the American protest on Langelles expulsion They outlined their version of the ffair in this but up to now noth ng has appeared in the Soviet or been broadcast on Mos ow radio Langelles ultimate destination s Washington He has been as igned to duty in the State De partment While he disliked being declared persona non grata Lan and his family welcome the opportunity to return home It will give us a chance to get the kids in school in America for a said Langelle talking in the din of hammers nailing up boxes in which his possessions will be shipped home Neither of the two youngest children David nor Mary 2 know much about America Mary was bora in Vienna and never has seen the United States They have been growing up pretty much like other American ids playing with American boys and girls as well as others and chewing Langelle said The third child is Linda 7 In a verbal statement an official of the Soviet Foreign Office accused Langelle of espion age It was presumed here that when the publicity was finally re leased on the subjpct this charge would be repeated The United States dismissed accusation as groundless i The following portion of this dis patch was written Sunday and de layed by censors The Langelle apartment in a good section of the city was filled with boxes and trunks He and his wife were packing possessions Langelles have three chil 7 David 5 and Mary 2 Mary was born in Vienna and never has been in the United States The children were hilariously pleased at the prospect of going home a bride a widow just to the United States half his age j He caught the film colony by The Columbia Broadcasting Syssurprise Sunday when he flew to liearmff announced Sunday Jt wag scrapping the TV musical quiz Las Vegas and married Winifred Jean Clements Natzka They returned home Brody Brothers Dies PUNXSUTAWNEY Funeral RedHot Feud Volunteer Firemen Fire Ladies Auxiliary Group Battle Fired Up ORELAND Pa AP Mary wont throw us out like they did The big thing that really added Bunting is all fired up today for the band and expect us to take it fuel to the fire was the recent her battle with the Oreland Voluni We want to regain our prividisbanding of the band The wom teer Fire Co leges our social standing If the en said it was done for no reason The j company ignited tlie redhot court upholds their action wellj A company officer said the band feud last June when it fired the start a club of our own and help was disbanded because members Womens Auxiliary of which Mrs out such organizations as the Litwho used to march for nothing Bunting was president tie began seeking to per en1 The auxiliary composed of 35 Since June there have been acgagement women recently hired a and the officer went into Montgomery CounThe women said a new guard of their uniforms were shabby and ly Court seeking reinstatement on younger men officers was using had to be replaced They wanted the grounds they could not be gestapo and dictatorial methods us to buy the new uniforms perversion plished at the point of a loaded Brown said I One of his victims 17 years old at the time is still hopeless ly confined in a state mental hos pital Competent medical authori ties are of the opinion that her sive prizes A TWA hostess aboand the plane to Hollywood said the cou Frank Stanton CBS pie held hands all the way Oc said last Friday that the network casionally she said Coburn bent was dropping the quiz shows beover and kissed his brides hand cause of the impossibility of Coburn and his new wife have guarding against dishonest praci known each other seven years tices She was married to New York The National Broadcasting Co opera basso Oscar Natzka but he condition is at least partially the result of the outrages perpetrated has sad ll Wl11 contimie lts quiz died elght years ago She has two A note of protest on Laa gelles case was delivered Friday to Sergei R Striganov acting chief of the American section of the Foreign Office But the Russians were prepared with a counterblast Before Ed ward Freers charge daf See US 4 Col 6 upon Chessman still has pending be fore the Supreme Court today appeal for a new examina nf hie trial rrmH i programs services were held yesterday for Mrs Dora Brody 91yearold ejected because their 1959 dues in running the fire house Puuxsutawney woman who passed had been paid and the action was The men charged that the wom away Friday in Adrain Hospital Piinxsulawney Our primary objective is run ning a fire company and fighting in violation of their constitution en are interfering in the operation fires We are not running a music pating schools County Teen Column Enters Seventh Year The Indiana Evening Gazettes County High Teen Talk col umn enters a seventh year to morrow with 23 student reporters selected o serve on the 193960 staff They will represent 14 partici The case is expected to come of the company Among her survivors are sons up within the next 10 days H J and I Brody department Photos and details of the owners in Indiana A complete obituary appears in They also accused the women of About the only tiling tlie two unm may be fouud on page Well stand up for our being extravagant in using auxilgroups have agreed on is that tlie of todays Gazette Mrs Bunting declared today lary funds for a pleasure trip to fire company is doing an extreme Well stand on our own two feet New York and ailing at the Copaly efficient job of fighting fires sons aged 8 and 13 Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson comments today on the Russians and their ability to bring dogs back from trips into outer space See page 6 BIG INDIANS The Big Indians of Indiana State Teachers College won their first victory Saturday See details on sports pages 14 and 15 Other Features Bury Lanza Wednesday LOS ANGELES AP Singer Mario Lanzas body will be en tombed in Calvary Mausoleum Wednesday It was flown here in a Sunday aboard a jet airliner 38 died of a heart at tack in Rome Oct 7 His body lay in state in his old hometown Philadelphia for two days Rosary will be recited Tuesday in Hollywood where a solemn quiem high mass will be celebrat ed Wednesday His widow Betty and their four children flew here from Lpndoa several hours before the body arrived AUddiat tamp Business Mirror fUssUicds Coulci 16 Croiivordf 18 EdltorUI 6 1X19 Hospltil II IfrlJ Obltuiries 4 Society Sports TVRadio World rodijr IMS 12 9 WEATHER FORECAST Indiana Evening Gajelte Ills the principle of the thing They cabana the other kind that is Homer City Rifle Club party to mte 50 Robins 5Ux I Increasing cloudiness and not as cold tonight Low 32 to 40 Tuesday partly cloudy and continued cool with i few showers and some wet snow likely in the north High 50 to 60 Bevan Same LONDON party sources say Aneuna Bevan will continue his alliance with the par tys moderate leader Hugh skell killing leftwing of a return to textbook socialism   

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