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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper TJmt Serves Every Member of the Family You can 1c prottdl of a slap on the back if it comes from thing other than coughing Volume 58 City EDITION Thirtytwo Pages Pennsylvania Wednesday October 21 159 Two Section STEEL STRIKE INJUNCTION ISSUED Quintuplets All Girls T All Die With Parents In State Of Shock SAN ANTONIO Tex D last survivor of the five toy like girls born1 the wife of an Air Force lieutenant Tuesday died at a m today The grieving father said he and his wife are confi dent that for the best and God has a better place for j The parents Ll and Charles G Hannan were asleep when Baby D succumbed ad been in near shock during The night after the deaths of thej four quints within hours of their birth Oh my God They were just like baby sobbed a techj nician when the word spread rap idly through the hospital j A Lackland Air Force Base Bourbon Drinker Canine Reported KANSAS CITY Kan AP I dont drink tavern owner Floyd Baker told Judge C Clyde Myers in City Court Tues day The partlyempty pint bottle of bourbon that vice squad officers found in his beer parlor was for my French Baker said Now does your poodle drink whisky regularly Baker asked he replied just at cer tain Specifically just those times when the poodle was about to be come a mother Judge Myers fined Baker on charges of possessing liquor and maintaining a nuisance Temporarily Halting 99Day Strike Union In Immediate Appeal BULLETIN P M By JOHN MOODY 13 T TT TT f A T3 A C I i i ij vJ XV vJXA I JL 1U fl O6 f 1 QCI t TaftHartley injunction temporarily halting the record 99 day steel strike i The United Steelworkers Union said it would file an immediate appeal with the U S Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia Arthur J Goldberg USW general counsel asked Judge Herbert P Sorg to stay the injunction order pending the Philadelphia appeal i Tlla injunction issued by Judge Hold Ccistro Soig in USDistrict Court pri Union from continuing its strike against the nations basic steel in dustry The government sought the in junction on orders from President Havana radio Eisenhower The President said The stay was granted to permit voz said tod Primethe strike was dendangering the the convictauthor to file a new Mnister FSde Castros forces nations economic health and safe The 111ust be flledjhave arrested Maj Hubert Matos jhis military commander in Camaj Juclge Sorg denied the unions CARYL CHESSMAN execution stayed again Chessman Execution Again Stayed WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court today granted a stay of execution for Caryl Chess was man under sentenceto die Fri Treason day in Californias gas HAVANA Counsel Chessman had guey province request for a stay of execution of QUINTS IN tiny girls in these incubators were looked after by doctors at spokesman said neither of thej Lackland Air Force Base Hospital yesterday The quintuplets were born to Lt and Mrs Charles G Hannan The give were born premature All five have died AP Wirephoto asked JusticeDouglas to grant a Matos had taken refuge at histhe injunction stay but Douglas referred the re1 headquarters in Camagtiey the Judge Sorg told Goldberg his quest to the full court i provincial capital after two of motion would best be presented Ih granting the stay the courtCastros other commanders Circuit Court in Philadel noted that Chief Justice Warrenicused him of treason against had disqualified himself from the j Cuban revolution j case Warren is a former goverj Castro himself flew from Havana PITTSBURGH A federal nor of California to Camaguey for an assault on the judge said today his decision is After the filing of a new appeal headquarters He paced up and parents was physically able to be interviewed or have their pictures immediately but Hannan authorized a statement j My wife and I were terribly sorry leajn of tli deaih of our babies and are stricken with grief However we are confident that all is for the best and God hasi a better place for the statement said j We know the hospital and the staff here at Lackland did everyj thing they could to save ourj They were just too inv mature The best medical facili ties were available id f b 1Q m We hope we can get a little L i i cr i 1 i A rousing twohour debate set on tempers on both sides Plan For Pa School Aid Crippled Man In Rescue of Drowning Man CLEVELAND Ohio AP In spite of two broken legs Alphpnso slTwam into Lake Eries rough waters to save a drowning man Tuesday night Woodalls legs were broken last Marchwhile he was in California stunting for motion pictures with a mancarrying kite He was hob Wing along on crutches at offlcer B E armed forces on behalf of Chessman the State of California may file a reply in opposition to further Supreme Court consideration of the case The eight justices then will de cide in closed confeence whether on the refusal to dV so would mean that Chessmans con with the penalty would down the main street there while stand Announcement o the courts ac tion was contained in which was distributed an to order news men by the tribunals public rela imminent in a TaftHartley in junction case whereby the govern his radioes appealed to is seeking to halt the 99day and farmers to join him in thesteel strike Dist Judge assault j Herbert P Sorg said he will an Matos who had been one of nounce his decision Castros mpst respected mahders had resigned as provin cial military commander in newsmen the statement a test apparently against the decision jhad pointment of Castros brother i fay ai threehour conference among Raul 29 as the new minister of company and union officials over the Cuban armed forces The apJ retroactive pay pointment abolished the Defensel Union attorneys told the judge Ministry and gave the young manjthat if the men return to work the under an injunction any econom settlement made in the mean complete control over all HARRISBURG House Tuesday night voted down 58124 a Philadelphiabacked plan to increase state I IKJ iPark beach Tuesday night when out of the dajkness came cries ton jhelp i See 12 Col 1 Sabotage Suspected Bob Kennedy OnASub Says Hoffa Pals Aided Defeat of the measure brought to the fore 6nce VOTC another plan for increased state aid backed by organized teachers and school directors I QCIIA Chairman J Dean Polen D IIIJC1 Washington said his House Ap Herter Talk Over French Plan A number of Matos staff mem bers joined him in the The group took refuge in the mili tary headquarters of Camagxiey province Castro flew here with his army chief Camillo Cienfuegos from Havana Soon afterward the ra time should be retroactive for the length of the backtowork order During the delay steel com pany counsel filed a legal brief with the court staying opposition to the unions retroactive pay re quest If retroactivity should be or AP PORTSMOUTH N H AP Damage apparently intention to the nuclear submarine Nautilus is under investigation to day at tho Portsmouth naval ship yard where the worlds first atom icpowered vessel is being over hauled Capt Carl A Johnson acting commandant who so described the damage said it ap peared limited to electrical cables The Navy in Washington said God somebody help me Im going under The cries came from a man clinging to an overturned motor boat about 20 yards offshore Wooclall 36 a Negro grabbed a rope at a boathouse and took a life jacket from his car He1 dent Eisenhower met with Secre fastened the rope around of State Christian A Herter i pvfn f j waist gave the end to a passertodav aoDirentlv to consider prs were mside tlle mH injunction is granted send the measure to the floor a vote today on Tibet anjb tj dj d t th lmv tn headquarters but Camagueyifn end of the strike could be de that has sparked sharp SwimnMne to the capsized craft East West tt j friends of the provincial comjlayed by an appeal The court exchanges and caused ne thg ro r Jmander said he was unarmed and I would not have sion among many Asian on shore ally it would have cost 200 safety UNITED NATIONS propria lions Committee would i General dios began their broadcasts of apjdered the court would be settling p peals for popular support in favor of the union one of the assault on the headquarters i most important collec Matos and several of his supjtive the brief said o be ssue n But it will be scaled down cost to 55 million dollars ally it would have cost 200 mildelegates LOS ANGELES former lion dollars and later was pared led r w i f them the White House at The vote will come on a Woodali I rej when reinjured his left leg to settle the backstage Allied dis threw him against pute on the timing of a meeting vw i Tlie rescued man with Soviet Premier Nikita Khru benefit President James R Hoffa The 55milliondollar price tag sembly on record reaffirming the i Louis Fabri 30 was in fair conshchev ihad not carried a weapon since istaY the injunction while an ap believed to have talked ways was acted the Senate prober says the Teamsters down to 70 millions It is known watereddown resolution by ircjwiien waves Union altered its pension plan Bill 1108 iland and Malaya to put the seawall union organizers a proposed sixmill tax on owner v The union denied the of and bonds previous Robert F Kennedy excounsel v pf b the House but stalled in thr Sf for the Senate committee invest in Senate i i l iv J 11 A t i i and his aides at the expense of matches the estimated yield Ol tne people tojdition suffering from shock and Afterward Herter declined to choose their own way of life exposure say anything about their talk The resolution makes no men living all that to the President tion of Communist China or the v pi While the two were in confer charges that the Peiping Unit DOCK two days ago government argued Tues gating rackets Ihe damage does not extend Kennedy told the he nuclear reactor j Trucking Assn Tuesday that the The Nautilus came to plan would pay Hoffa mouth July 20 for an extensive a year for life even if he were overhaul The damage was discovousted He said it R PWla They predicted that any assault that lost steel production was against the military headquarters j threatening the nations health would not be opposed jand safety The striking United Leave your fields mount your Steelworkers Union said the strike horses and ride into Camaguey to I was creating handships but was support the revolution of Fidel the repeated appeal Douehertv D nient biitally stamped out an away from the in thei NEW YORK AP Shinichi di 1 land of the former Japanese am1 ence the French government ani nounced an not endangering the national economy District Judge Herbert P See 12 Col 7 1 Himalayan last spring The sponsors elimibassador to Thailand arrived to nated such charges in hopes they day from Laos where he investii spnng would allay the fears of Asian gated charges of Communist ag tisenhower is nave Proposed a guarantees Hoffa and his associInVGStl for ates large pensions regardless of vcoil understood to farmers and machettecarrying I peasants jSoro took the case under Factory workers in Camaguey iment atter listening to arguments were similarly summoned and both sides for nearly three there was a general air of confuhours President Eisenhower sion as they poured into thejordered tne Justice Department to ito seek tie injunction length of service ered Oct 15 Overhaul was scheduled completion in late February but an extension of the work period will be required has not been immediately determined Last year the Nautilus voyaged beneath the North Polar ice cap and also set an Atlantic under water crossing record of six Washington said Kennedy was in route trom Punxsutawney to Sala neutrals gression na rse a summit session Castro himself was unarmed as The Steelworkers Union and 96 The resolution received strong Shibusawa headed a U N Seof th Western powers early next he strocle up and down Qompanies were named de support from theUnited States curity Council subcommittee in Paiis preliminary to a gueys main street conferring fendants in the case The steel BRADFORD Pa AP Offiwhich accused the Communist of conducted the investigation He said the changes would be cials were investigating today the trying to frighten delegates away financed by cutting back the penderailment of 17 cars of a Baltifrom discussing the issue sions of veteran and more aivj Ohio Railroad freight making the new pension See 12 Col 2 jwith officials Ambassador Henry Cabot active for 15 years retrotrain herc about five miles south of Lod8e madc tne charge after So viet Deputy Foreign Minister A Teamsters spokesman in rnie some 100car train was declared con sideration of Tibet by the as sembly would only aggravate thc manci N when it derailed a Tuesday No one was injured 11 hours and 59 minutes j error Her keel was laid by former No one will take President Harry S Truman at When the program is Tons of coal poured onthe tracks Groton June H 1952 Shejfjnally formulated il will be puband disrupted service for about was sponsoied by Mamie Eisenlished two hours fPiver at the launching Jan 21 1954 and commissioned nine months later The Portsmouth Herald said it learned Ihe submarine had been plagued hy a pattern of damage which has raised suspicion of Road lilthigh school football preview for this wiHkond spurts pages 26 and 27 cold war See UN 12 tul 5 i firms represent almost 90 per of the nations steel produc jtion capacity j An injunction if issued by i Judge Sorg would send the half I million striking Steelworkers back to the mills for an 80day cooling See 12 Col S Inside The Gazette Allegheny Co Pay Hikes Okd Decision Expected From President Defense Aides Confer On Status Of Army Space Agency plant Seen FOOTBALL PREVIEW Mesta Contract j AVITTSBURGH Ma1 crime Co of Pittsburgh today jiounccd receipt of a contract for the design and manufacture of a illinch fourstand tandem cold mill and related equipment for the Ford Motor Dearborn Cost of the project was not disr closed i DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson today that Nixon was out workers in the sliH1 negotiations Stc page G til tin backstage Other Features Aladdin i Lamp lluiiiicss Mirror iHbilliflJS tuuiics i W lluspitul Obituaricf SpuiU Wtirld Today 6 Kagles Party every Thursday lute Wed WEATHER iair and fool Ujniglu Luw to ram High In Thiirsrlav Hourly By BEM PRICE agency ajid its crack team of huge cluster of eight rockets with PITTSBURGH WASHINGTON space experts headed by Wernher Hi million pounds of thrust Cuke Chemical Co says it soon HARRISBURG AP A of the Army Wilber M Brucker von Braun That is half again as much will begin construction here on a salary increase for Allegheny liinied today thai the fate of Ihe He first replied that was a matthrust as anything the Soviet Unmultimillion dollar plant to inanu County officers won final legislaArmy Ballistic Missile Agency ter in the province of the Presiion is known to have and would facture nuileic anhyride live approval Tuesday deeply involved in the space race dent hurl bigger payloads farther into The plant will have a capacity The House voted 16U2C for the with the Soviet Union was settled Asked if that meant there had space of 20 million pounds annually salary increases affecting the ofat a White House conference tobeen no decision Snicker an But the Pentagon does not need Maleic anhyride is a chemical Alices of sheriff prolhonotary reday swered 1 didnt say that much push for military rockwhich has many uses in the jcorder of deeds register of wills Brucker was a not About the same lime the White ets and has been pulling back on plastics and resins industry j orphans court clerk county court previously announced particiHouse said clerk treasurer controller corpant in a meeting between Presiwill make loner district attorney county dent Eisenhower and his top space meeting after he arrives in Ansupport might be shifted to the expand in the middle Ohio valley commissioners and jury commisadvisers The session was set up gusta Ga The President left dicivilian National Aeronautics and A spokesman said the company sioners to solve the problem ol how to redly after his space conference Space Administration and NASA is taking options on several prop Their salaries range at present push the United Stales imo stronglor a liveday golfing vacation at one time made a direct bid for erties in from for the egister of er competition with the Soviets in Specific questions before the the whole Huntsville operation ington area wills and orphans court clerk to the outer reaches White House conferees included The Saturn program has been There was no indication of what for the chairman of county Emerging from the talks some the disposition of the agency and suffering from malnutrition Wojrd the company may maiuilacture commissioners time after the others had left specifically what to do about the has come down that its funds have should it builij a new planl The salary bill next jjoes to Gov Brucker was asked if there had Hunisville Ala project for develbeen cut from 135 million dollars 1 awrence lor uiiiou iurn A derision on the missile opmeiu of Ihe Saturn booster a See 12 Col 3 i CoialGiaction Fire Co party Eisenhower probably supporting the program The company in unnouncinj its a statement about the There has been talk that Saturn plans yesterday also said it muy   

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