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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY A professor says you have to make allowances or college stu dents Yep by check An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family 3ttbt atut lawting City EDITION Volume 57 Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday October 20 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents STRIKE INJUNCTION PETITION Uphill Midwest Climb Seen For Rockefeller Say Area Stronghold For Nixon By ROBERT GRAY CHICAGO AP Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of Newi York appears to be waging A an uphill bi bid for mil for the Rep tial npmina He slain n public indifl rival here R day visit today in his western ublican president ion ed into a wall of erenpe on his ar onday for a two signed to test his chances of gaining support to challenge Vice President Richard M Nixon for the GOP nomination The Midwest is considered a Nixon stronghold No organized support for the 3 TruckTrailers In Pike Accident SOMERSET Pa tractortrailers piled up on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early to day about three miles west of the Laurel tunnel No one was injured State police identified the opera tors as John R Tow 47 of New York City Richard G Cor nelison 29 of South Bend and Norman Brookwalter 35 of Selinsgrove Pa US Industry Hard Pressed ByWallcout SMOKELESS aerial view shows the Bethlehem Steel Company plant at Baltimore where smokeless slacks give mute testimony to the 97day nationwide steel strike A fact find ing board reported to President Eisenhower in Washington it had failed to settle the strike The White House disclosed the president had asked for an injunction under the TattHartlcy law that would Send the stcclworkers back to the mills AP Wirephouu Senators Say Congress PITTSBURGH AP Industry across the nation continues to be hard pressed by the nationwide i steel strike And the anticipated SHIPR E Webster Cleveland injunction under the New York governor was apparent Ohio plastics specialist is shown Hartley Act end the 98dayold1 O i n f during the ea RENOUNCES AMERICAN HER 1TAGE FOR SOVIET CITIZEN May Act In Long Strike TH Order Requested In Pittsburgh Federal Court To End Strike By JOHN MOODY PITTSBURGH government today asked the U S District Court here to halt the 98day nationwide steel strike with an injunction under provisions of the Taft Hartley law The petition was filed by U S Ally Hubert Teitelbaum of Pittsburgh It was brought here by George C Doub as sistant attorney general who flew in from Washington James Wallace chief clerk of the court did not say what time a hearing would be held How ever Judge Herbert P Sojg was reported standing by to preside President Eisenhower ordered the petition filed It is aimed at getting a halfmillion striking United Steelworkers Union men back on the job for 80 days The ninepage petition asked for n temporary restraining order and i a permanent injunction to halt the long and costly dispute It named the United Steelwork eis Union and 97 steel companies as defendants The petition said the strike is I upon a national basis having rej suited in the shutdown of 310 steel plants 118 iron ore mines and 11 j transport facilities located in 152 cago visit Nor were there any crowds interested in seeing the tnuUimilliona r CI 1 IUI VYCIO V HIV ly stages of his Chi as hc worked Plastc strike isnt expected to help J IT C UxliiKifirtn in exhibit at the Exhibition in Moscow The 30vearold Webs Industry leaders have said that ieven if the injunction brings the re governor ter appeared at the strike to a halt for 80 d tat teen widely mentioned as a sy in Moscow last Saturday with jit wjl take sixweeks or so for future president i William G Strait u Republican met with Rockefeller bjit said he would re cituenship two weeks ago Webs i T i i i Hi aiA a signed statement m which he the to reach his citizenship he was granted Soviet ters wife Martha and their per cent of capacity Tpis leaves the indus tries with little hope of re lief i Underweight People Live i The legal paper stated that the strike affects a substantial part of the steel industry an industry j engaged in trade commerce and I transportation among the several states and if permitted to contin Iue will imperial the national WASHINGTON influential senators todayjhealth and predicted Congress may emergency legislaj Unless the strike is nirr i tion the steel strike is not settled by next January the government said the United Sens Mike Mansfield of Montana the assistant SenateStates of America will suffer im jDemocratic leader and KennethB Keating spokejmediate and irreparable jof the Mansfield said in an interview youre that if steel workers go back on main neutral for the present in I The strike has already NEW YORK the NixonRockefeller contest children are in seclusion in han employes in the 15 to 20 pounds underweight you the job under an injunction and Rockefeller lined up meetings enople with her parents appliance construction likely to live longer than peothen ou af tne end of art farm equipment railroad and of average a lot off period Con today with other midwest political leaders and businessmen The governors schedule was designed for maximum publicity and PV tical value But Midwest newspapermen who expected a sample of the tamed Rockefeller personality y were surprised when he turned See SayrPagc 4 Col I Phony Laughs Applause On er industries And more layoffs Conger than people who are over is amiost certain to act are expected each week Taftj weight aflcr jt reiurns jn jHartley law or no TaftHartleyj This was one of the conclusions uarv ilaw of a fouryear study by the Society prsjdeni Eisenhower Cops Shots End90MPH Auto Chase STEEL CASE JUDGE Judga Herbert P Sorg presided today in District Court in Pitts burgh when the government seeks an injunction to halt the steel strike The veteran jurist a native of St Marys Pa Pa arpeuthat the Monday Virginia man was shot and critiimPenl the national United Steelworkers President David J McDonald said the un ions general counsel Arthur J i Goldberg will appear to appeal the governments petition i Goldberg said he will argue that the provisions of the TaftHartley which have been invoked are unconstitutional He said he also does not health or II f auwjruy me President Eisenhower Monday Virginia man was shot and critiimPei me nauonai neait Hardest hit is the auto mdusof Ac uaries Monday isoffered the Juslice Department to cally wounded by police early tosafety Wlthin the of the try Sources have indicated the first insurance industry eek a court injunction under theday during a 90m i I epernourl See PittsburghPage 4 Col 2 more than employes of the report of ts kind n 30 years Act to halt the strike chase throueh central Pennsvlva Despondent Mom Kills 5 Children i General Motor organization alone are furloughed car production The survey also developed new for SQ j The chase through central Pennsylva steehvorkers nia Itinue to use phony applause and conMost observers in tne auto indus Almost all GM average weight charts to replace have said me would obey such The wounded man is C Ray is due to halt hose which have beenused in docan if one is issued butArrowood 31 of Paintsville W of a lack of otfices and on weishma NEW YORK Colum fSould r tors offices and on weighing out 7 the Va try believe that even if the steel aughter on some television shows workers 0 back to work deliver ies of the many varied types of iK said Monday night CBS is needed carsJKwould ing the use of canned and other practices in light of a recent statement by CBS Presi Frank chines since 1929 The charts indi of the 80 days He was driver of an auto that f V t V w T w HMOV411VV1 UIl CtVI VW VI I I t cate men are considerably think there be d QM Qf Lewistmvn after than they used to be and women consideration of legislation creattrolman Robert W McCormick more slender ing special labor courts which chased him from a restaurant ALLENTOWN Pa AP despondent and bitter widow of Stanton said in Nesv Orleans a Peruvian cjiplomat admitted Friday that all big money police Monday night that she quiz shows were being eliminated killed her five children by giving by CBS and added We accept them a potent concoction of 74 the responsibility for content andi sleeping tablets sugar and orquality and for assurance to ange juice the pretense itAmerican people that what they1 was a cough medicine see and hear on CBS programs lars It involved five million Chrysler and Ford are better j Americans 0ff Both companies said they can This study shows that insur 1 Ol J 1 O VM lltltt fct The study cost million act to ward Qff any strike McCormick said Arrowood and his Drunk Author Goofs Up Play Again LONDON AP Fortified by Dublin stout and Gaelic whisky Irish playwright Brendan Behan Monday night made another bois terous personal appearance at hia own show Like a previous performance six weeks ago it was unscheduled unexpected and unwanted Once again the wild Irishman outshout ed the actors His play is called The Hos aged one room of the Ronald j and its the Irish Re Loss In Fire Here Fire of undetermined origin this afternoon extensively dam that threatens the national secur companion James P Boyd 25 ofiWyatt home 151 Cherry Army Every time Behan ii rttlrrKt riliirt visits London from hie TliiHlm Mansfield said It might be Columbus Ohio had attempted to the procedures of the Rail ruin a pinball machine in the res See USPage 4 Col 5 iance comPanies have been wise way ubor Acl for arbitration andtaurant College Unit in setting higher rates for the conciliation be brought intO Arrowood and Boyd ran from overweight commented Edward for any basjc indust such the restaurant to their car Me A I our ttvi o cfnyHtf Lew chairman of the study The only regret I have is that is exactly what it purports to Ruth For years even on the big radio committee Other findings of the study Women are healthier than men Women carry high blood pres HERSHEY Pa AP Discussure and additional weight with as Cormick requested aid from a Keating told an audience in Utipassing motorist David Vago ca Monday night that in Lewistown and pursued Ar See 4 Col 1 rowood and Boyd Two miles east of Lewistown sions aimed at bringing the states i 15 teachers colleges into the Penn I didnt 41yearold Mae Urdaniyia told calmly She also drank the mixture cut her crisis andious laughter on one show were turned on jets in efforts The Rev William G Ryan authorities shows long before TV was k some of oped loud applause and uproarisylvania Assn ot Colleges and f r T universities were a onme tome to a prime topic to final session of the One USW Local so below DnrL Af ies a higher mortality ratp LJ VJ VIN I VVUllS less Extreme pounds or carries a higher mortality rate the patrolman fired warning shots Both cars continued speeding down 22 toward Mifflintown Nine miles west of Lewistown Mc diana Effective work of the 1ndianajhome he shows at his show Volunteer Fire Department avertisooner or Iater ed a spread of the blaze to A full house was watching play unfold when its hulking au Simpsonthor staggered into the rear of er parts of the hoilse Fire Chief William made a preliminary estimate of S500 damage to the house and 500 to the contents Wyndhams Theater He wore red shut baggy flannel slacks and a rumpled sports jacket The fire broke out in the living He began by bellowing the lines room of the Wyatt home and was before the actors could speak confined to that area by firemen than overweight Cormick fired four shots at thedestroyed The room was damaged and most of the living room furniture was Theyre better off now with network their Mrs Urdanivia spontaneous1 Overweight persons gain PITTSBURGH AP Striking fleeing auto All four hit the carj Other parts of the s who reduce united Steelworkers began reportandone struck Arrowood in theSCorched cy as long as of the head He immediate Thn Wvnn famiiv house were The Wyatt family was not at interviews that aci iident of the PACU and Seton Hill thy keeP their weight down Mackintosh Hemphill Dity stopped the car and was when the blaze broke out 1 yi 11 i 11 1 lYinit n 11 f M to f r v I t j i p0ji Greensbure extended a The mortality rate for women vjsjon of lure and in had W miss Midland Beaver Lewistown Hospital In a statement to Cniintv The sookesman was Kidder Atty Pu A McGinley Nleade executive Ihm meH feet PUt slender light brownhaired widow tor of the CBS Information Servi four pounds heavier than tldcl m said that had been planning ices He spoke in answer to fe s l they did 30 years pounds to kill the children and n an 35 six pounds heavier 1U1 at Water HikeOKd Censorship Out HARRISBURG AP A annual rate increase will and return to next Monday for G9 cuscensorship in Ceylon them Shut yelled a member of the cast Shut up roared Brendan Why dont you do the bloody play properly Then he sagged to a sitting po sition in the aisle and commenced singing an Irish ballad Leading man Howard Goorney i halted the performance and plead jed for quiet This is a good he said COLOMBO Ceylon but autharjs doin8 his bost lt was lifted1 D j J lomersof the Pricedale Water It had been in force Brfldan interrupted him with at JD six rounds Heavier un 11 Conlract Ullks Wl1 be hcld m in the Priccdale and Van Meter WPPU a salvo of unprintable language ever since husband Jose The New York Times adtirCSS 5 nSi Uiv settlement of areas of Westmoreland County died of a hefirt attack two yearsquoted Stanton as saying in a tele ago in San Francisco while en phone interview from Texas that route to a diplomatic luibsion in he planned to review all CBS Tokyo shows personally to see if they Sovenmcm I just qouldnt make ends were using any kind of deception See 4 Col 6 See 4 Col 4 I V V V I V I I I VI I I at Monday nights banquet re U twe pounds heavier Iba and natiouvide newed his plea for a council of al da three heavier IbG sajcl he Censojship was invoked the Why dont you throw him higher education within the state The average woman 5 feet 4 in dies tall at 25 weighs 125 pounds The Public Utility Commission government C8lled 3 man he aud authorized the firm Monday to inand reports in certain newspapers ence Inside The Gazette COUNTY Read the county high school top scorers and records to date on spirts pages 14 and 15 Discrimination iBan In Schools The workers be called back crease its metered rates by 10 per had hampered the investigation of tlle added cent and its Hat rates from to the assassination of Prime Minis See UnderweightPage 4 Col 1 The two plants employ about 600 j a monh ter Solomon Bandaranaike How the hell can I asked See 4 Col 4 PEARSON Drew P tarpon says there lias been considerable transAtlantic conversation concerning a summit meeting See page 6 Other Features I SACRAMENTO Calif AP Californias state college presi i dents are out to ban discrimina tion in their campus organizations by 19U4 That is the deadline in a pro ppsed emergency regulation adopted unanimously by the 14 According To Study By Men Die Sooner Than Women Soviets Rap UN Tibet Discussion By ALTON Associated Press Science Writer Buiineti M County Treji Talk C EdlturUI UnoplUI Notes Obituaries 6 lil Society Spurtj TVBudii World Today WEATHER Fair and so cold tonight Low around 40 cloudy andi cooler High 55 to GO r it rnthpr LONDON Soviet Un jion today claimtxl the United Na I tions debate on Tibet is an illegal j interference in Chinese affairs de iji i i r signed to break up growing friend itnce Hinkle Jr Ruth Redemployed by the New York Tele Men had more of the serious ship between Reel China and other ATlANTir rrrv N i IP M r f phontf lifeendangering types of illnesses Asian countries ATLANTIC Cint AP Harold O Wolll of he New York The reported much more than the women I A commentary bv the olncial college heads a a meeting here Men sooner than Women perHospitalCornell Medical Center bona fide illness the researchers A demist in another report said1 Soviet news agency Tass Mondav ps S led to wonder whether told the American Public Health that eating between meals does that complaints about the situa It be submitted for approval through u Ibe y of he Mnerican Assn annual meeting here seem directly connected with tion in Tibet were baied on lici of the State Board ot Education Hie grave male to eai on no matter what Their excess illness consisted tooth decay in children and slander at us Nov 5 lhe women juifer or report may not mtked have something mainly of colds grippe sore The more frequently the young Tass said a reaciionarv plot lhe Jegulation would outlaw more episodes ot dibbling illness lo do the greater longevity throat stomach upsets muscular sters took such snacks the morehas taken place in Tibet and it state college fraternities sororidurmg their lives a team ot phyamong wonen but there is no puin cuts and bruises headdecay they had compared supported and directed from ties or other campus groups which sicians reported today easy answer to thus aches and minor upsels of children said Dr Robert G the outskle restrict membership on the basis But women can more easily they said thought and behavior Weiss of the Public Health This plot not only threatened ol race religion or nationality take to bed with a cold stomach I hey analysed health Men might well have had as Service Washington In further development of Tibet upset headaches or other ills and work records of 116 men and much of these kinds of complaints siudy the children snacked on proper but has created a seat rf Homer City Legion Party tonitc Women are more expected to do 9G women of comparable ayes but didnt eo to doctors or slay candy soft drinks parries tension in the heart of thi 51 robins Early bird so in our culture said Lawbackground and economic from work Hinxle said and ice cream agency asserted   

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