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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family When ft rid fete to wading too many men like s shes likely to be left shelf Volume Thirtytwo Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday October 22 JUDGES GRANT INJUNCTION STAY Ike OKs Summit When Allies Set Seeking To Avoid Confusion AUGUSTA Ga AP President Eisenhower said to t day he is willing to go to an EastWest summit conference fthenever the Western Allies have coordinated their posi tions The President told a news conference that without such prior coordination at a pre summit session the situation could not be just a Donny confusion Eisenhower confirmed that he has been private cor with the Western an EastWest summit meeting with Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev as early as De cember But the President said he has no strong feelings regarding thei time of any such session j The important thing he empha sized is that the West get together and present a united froiU at any summit session 9 Eisenhower stressed that lie is ready and willing to meet ati any time with FTrench President Charles de Gaulle British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Eisenhowers news attended by about 50 JZ I See 4 Col 1 Lived At Indiana Countys Oldest Resident Dies At Age 101 H MRS MARY DtLTS passes at 101 jGreen Light SMICKSBURG Mrs Mary J Dilts Indiana Countys oldest resi dent died early today at her home near here She was 101 Her husband Allison Wilson Dilts preceded her in death Sept 5 1932 Born Sept 27 1858 in Cherry hill Mrs Dilts had resided on her farm near here for the past 72 years She was a daughter of William and Louisa B Kime Widdowson She and Mr Dilts were married Aug 23 1882 A member of the Old Mahoning Baptist Church Mrs Dilts activi ties had been limited during the past seven years because of ill ness Survivors include eight children 22 grandchildren 39 great grand children brothers The children include Mrs Lulu Mayo Long Beach Mrs Dora Irwin eral WAITING FOR DECISION David J Mc Donald president of the United Steelworkers smiles as he reads a Pittsburgh newspaper in the judges chamber at Federal Court building A few hours later Judge Herbert P Sorg signed a TaftHartley injunction to halt the nationwide steel strike shortly after the signing a judge of the U S Third Circuit Court of Ap peals stayed the injunction AP Photo JUDGE EXPLAINS TH Herbert P Sorg of U S District Court talks to newsmen yesterday afternoon after signing TanHartley halt nationwide steel strike Shortly after this picture was taken the injunction was stayed until today by a judge of the U S Third Circuit Court of Appeals This stay was made indefinite today AP Photo 100Day Strike Still On After Ruling By Three Jurists On USW Appeal PHILADELPHIA AP A panel of three federal judges today granted an indefinite stay of an injunction against the striking United Steelworkers Union George C Daub assistant attorney genoral told panel drawn Irom the U S Third Circuit Court of Aprils that he thought the government was here to argue only against the stay of the injunction granted Wednesday in Pittsburgh Arthur H Goldberg chief counsel for the union said he was on hand for more than appeal from the final order of U S Dist Judge Herbert in Pittsburgh Chief John Biggs looking at brought fromjO A Pittsburgh said that Goldberg parently was right i Daub asked for a recess to suit with Washington About minutes later he returned and k A he was ready to go ahead withlWKaV IYIOV0 argument on the merit of the apj Peal WASHINGTON AP The The union asked the judges totwo key men in the Armys space permit the 100day strike of itsjrocket effort at Huntsville members to continue pendjsay they thoroughly approve ing a ruling on the constitutionalj President Eisenhowers decision ity of the injunction to turn it over to the civilian Goldberg told the judges that space agency should the 80day injunction be up held there will be tremendous damage not only to the union but also to the Legislature Pushes Many School Bills HARRISBURG AP Several pieces of important school legis GOP Illness Causes To Cha nge Speaker Maj Gen John B Medaris said he was both pleased and re lieved by Eisenhowers decision Wednesday He said it will stabi In describing what he considersjlize the situation and the mission See 4 Col 7 UN Indirectly Condemns Red China UNITED NATlONS AP United Nations Wednesday night indirectly condemned Red China for violating the basic Illness has created an hour change in the keyrfglts of Tibetans but tht of the great development organi zation 1 have had the honor to command since its activation Feb 1 And Wernher von Braun Ger manborn rocket wizard who heads the Huntsville team of scientists and technicians said The president has decided that it is in the best interest of the coun try that our work be continued the framework of NASA the List Polling Places For Election Here tawney Mrs Faye Pearson I Conneaut Robert Marion Center Cye John June and Nan RD j Her surviving brother is R Widdowson Indiana j turn Nov 9 j Friends will be received at the A farreaching plan to allow thei Crawford Funeral Home Marion istate and a sPecial citizens comj j HARRISBURG Center where services will be conmittee to take over operation of vanias Coal Research Board toi ducted Saturday at 2 Rev distressed school dis were advanced by the Gennote speaker for tomorrow nights countywide Republican13 Assembly before the lawibanquet at Rustic Lodge it was announced tocky bv Sheriff151 makers left Wednesday on a Jeffries party chairman week election recess National and Since NASAs establishment a year ago we have worked closely and har 4 backed move lacked important moniously with that fine organiza y by Sheriff from nearly onethird of tion the 82nation General Assembly iResearch Bill Ben H Guill a member of the Federal Maritime Board I The assemby voted 459 to aP The Legislature got these meashas been scheduled to substitutefor Congressman Frank T an res ready for action on its rianK l urgjng respect for the fundament day had the green light to go ahead with a study into the feasibility of using coal as a roadbuilding material The Indiana County Controls Tllc authorization was signed in sioners announced today the loSto law Wednesday by Gov Law cations of the polling places for jrence the Nov 3 General Election Also signed into law were bills i t They called the attention of jthat i voters in White 1 to the change Require the approval of Pubi lie Welfare Department employe i regulations by the secretary of the Commonwealth David E Bickett will officiate jtncts Burial will follow in the SmicksL A burg Cemetery tricts 55 million dollars in addi tional state aid for the next twoj years Crack Down Halloween Offenders Canton O GOP officials announced the last minute change today when Con gressman Bow became ill and was ordered to cancel the speaking en Igagement by his physicians rights of theTibetan people to determine their own way of life Twentysix nations abstained from the balloting including Great Britain France and Belgium The three allies voiced strong sympathy for Tibets plight but Indiana County Sheriff Paul Buess in location of the voting place for that precinct Voters in White 1 will cast their ballots at the McGregor Motor Co on North Fourth St extension Previously voters in White 1 voted in the county building on North Ninth St extension A complete list of all polling places in the county appears on 31 of todays Indiana Ev ening Gazette Polls in Indiana County will be opened from 7 to 8 on election day Repeal the requirement that i corporate fictitious names be re j registered with the stale every live years Permit state employes elected as delegates to state or national police or firemen conventions to take paid leaves of absence up to four dayg Permit promotion ot retired na tional guardsmen with 10 years Pa Industrial Development Loans Okayed HARRISBURG j Chairman Paul L wagner tnat results in damage can approval has been given by thejSchuylkill of the SenateEducanot be tolerated Pennsylvania Industrial Develoption Committee said the legislaIn an effort to curtail the dam ment Authority to loans totaling i tion is designed to make certainage done both the Sheriffs office for projects in Wilkesjthat finally distressed school disland the Indiana Borough Police Barre Oil City andltricts are placed on a sound finan1 have added unmarked cars to their A compromise to insure that no iiefirand d school district will receive WMarbach and Police state aid in the school year arry H Owens today stated that than it willin the 195960 Parents wil1 be held responsible for Athe Senate approved the distressidaniaSe done youngsters en school districtsplan and sentsa8ed m Halloween destruction it back to the House for concur Both law enforcement agencies j rence in amendments stressed the fact that Halloween been moving Sheriff Jeffries odav y The dinner is expected i tiiey insisted Tibet is part of Red China and that the has no right to interfere in the internal affairs of nations The Peiping regime made clear jin advance that it will disregard jthe resolution We will carry on ithe revolution in Tibet to the end jno matter how madly the imper ialists declared the Pan jchen Lama the Communistap pointed ruler of Tibet in a speech in the Chinese capital Only the Soviet bloc voted against the mildly worded resolu camoa tor Sec Page 4 Col 3 Pottsville The authority also gave finalstate aid cial Dasis receiving special patrols in the county and borough Persons apprehended will be Annual Meeting Tonight Annual dinner and meeting of the Indiana Chamber of Com merce will be held this at Rustic Lodge resolution did not men tion Red China or the charges that it crushed an antiCommu nist uprising in the Himalayan land last spring But the twoday uc Ee approval to loans approved tentaj The trouble is that in too many charged under the malicious mis The Droeram is scheduled to lively previously tor plant expan cases after they had gotten the chief act and will be punished ac1 gct underway at ISO Dm idebate that Preceded the vote re sions in New Castle and New money the conditions were not cordingly Parents will be brought A Philadelphia Wants Pay Cut Cant Get It up said Wagner That into the action of all minors so service in the guard or 25 in the William R Davlin it a losing fight charged armed forces reserves Secretary and P1DA board chair1 The Public Instruction Depart It was pointed out that the s Principal speaker will be George Scheid advertising man ager of the Tarentum Valley brief Daily News Mr is well sounded with condemnation of Peiping The Soviets warned at the out set that discussion of Tibet would codifies its old ordinances FRANKFORT Ky 0 wants his pay cut But it be done legally Murphy of Georgetown draws j EAST GREENBUSH AP yearly as Scott County Collins child lives on missioner If he could get it rea hill too steep for the buses from riuced to he would be eligthe East Greenbush school so the ible for Social Security school board approved the trans The attorney general says hes fer of the pupil to the East Nas barred by the state constitution sau district where buses come from having his pay changed durfrom the hills other side which ing his term in office isnt so steep r given tentative approval subjectthorized to give special state aidas well as automobiles constitutes ordinance when itto availability of funds and theto school districts provided they a vioLtion and persons attend meet certain conditions These ed in this type of activity will be See 4 Col 4 charged and fined sylvania for the humor he h sions United States accused m Inside The Gazette setting of final loan terms eluded 1 to the Greati jer Uniontown Industrial Fund to be used for construction cost of a branch plant for a West Coast firm estimated to cost andj employ 50 factory workers with an j estimated payroll of an nually j Oil to the Venango County Industrial Development Corpj for construction of a plant for the Faith Shoe Co that will I cost and provide approxi mately 250 factory jobs jects into his speeches A short business meeting will also be held the Soviets of trying to scare off delegates from the issue by rais See UN 4 Col 8 Trouble Brewing In COMEBACK Karly Wynn wins the American League Comeback Player of the Year Award Sec sports pages 22 and 23 DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says that Kaiser Steel took a beating from exc tulives oi ulher steel companies See 5 Other Features Prison Editor Sends Regrets COLUMBIA AP Local Castro Faces Gravest Crisis As AntiRed Feeling Increases president spoke out against the aerial intruders but there was no and the raids on the capital which Red menace WOrd thai they were caught Nor were believed carried out in the By RICHARD VALERIAN and We lookforward to a continua tion of our efforts with NASA in a progressive space program which will make this nation sec ond to What NASA will take over is the Saturn program for develop ment of a gigantic rocket complex taller than the Statute of Liberty See 2 It Col 5 I Urge Belle Stock Sole Be Stopped WASHINGTON govern ment hearing examiner today rec ommended that trading in the common stock of Cornucopia Gold Mines on the American Stock Ex change be prohibited Cornucopia was part of an intri cate financial structure built by Earl Belle 27yearold Pittsburgh financier now under federal in dictment charging him with fraud and conspiracy Belle is now in Brazil Examiner Robert N Hislop up held 16 of 18 charges of irregulari ties brought against Cornucopia by the Securities and Exchange Commission Most of these involve allegations that Cornucopia gave investors and the SEC false and misleading information about corp orate affairs The examiner indicated that the case might lead to criminal pros ecutions beyond the Belle indict ment He said the record of the SEC proceedings reveal some actions approximating criminal activities by persons occupying important official positions in the conduct of certain corporate af Belle in Rio De Janeiro has said he may voluntarily return to face charges against him The Uni ted States has no extradition trea ty with Brazil evitlenct tending to ROBERT The country rumbled with unwas there any announcement that presence of theAmerican travel1 Hislop also said the AVANA AP Fidel Castro rest before the eyes of Amer any of the ground attackers were agents to embarrass the in mobilized Cubas workers today ita travel agents holding a arrested efforts to revive Cubas something less than high newspaper editors recently werefor aiwther show oi slrength to havana himself had rushed to tourist trade official conduct on the part invited to a dinner of the Greatercumbal Sravesl lhreal vet mysterious planes 300 miles southeast of of certain accountants something Columbia United Fund his 10month regime a threat One editor regretfully declined sparked by of antiCorn and wryly noted in Wednesdaysjcers issue of his newspaper that he Cuban Labor Federation Aladdin lamp Busiuess Mirror Comlrt Editorial HojplUI Nolrt Oblluarlra SO 6 must do because of being a onehour nationwide avoidably detailed by previous strike of its million and a half bporls commitments ing the capital with antiCastro leaflets and antigovernment gangs carried out hitandrun bombing raids Two persons were reported members today in a demonstrai killed and at least 42 injured in J I I Wlt over Havana Wednesday shower1 Havana and the capital of a rich to Washington that the intruding me the caoital with antiCastro tanning province where his planes a C47 transport anda provincial commander Maj Hu B26 bomber came from thei ui vtj lum auwuviuiaiiia Luba was reported complaining e5s than the nonna conservative FORECAST loiuyht Low 44 In l a few hhowerj likely 4 World loday Friday mostly rloucl He is editor of About of loyalty to the Cubanithe attacks speeding cars the weekly newspaper the panic generated by the by convicts at the State Penitenj Castro used the same leaflet bombardment All tiary technique in whipping up popular support for his ouster of President Paity tomte ITiurs ttx Manuel Urrutia last July after the the casualties were apparently Planes of the Cuban air took off in pursuit ol the anuroaoh to ben and 30 of his officers United States 100 miles to the resigned in a challenge to the left north The American Exchange itself adnin th trading in tne ibt swiug of the revolution since May 1958 and Cornucopia The popular Matos had resigned now bankrupt The Prime Minister pinned the his command in a letter to the within the next month or two traitor brand on the 40yearold Prime Minister declaring Matos an old friend and hero you going Mr Castro the fighting that overthrew Dictahave done is to let you see dis SEC is expected to act oa i All I Hislops recommendation to bar tor Fulgencio Batista There was no indication of of link between the officers action j See Page 4 Cpl 2 tinctly in many instances the prob Sce UrgePage 4 Col Dance Friday night Hottl Horn fer Music by George Pollock fttts   

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