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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY Ait Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Some folks call It tiatd times when theyre not able to borrow the price of a new can Volume 63 volume Twenty Pages DETROIT Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday October 27 1959 UNION Red Another Showdown On Strike PHILADELPHIA AP The record 105 day steel strike its obstinateness crack ed slightly by a Kaiser Steel Corp agreement with the United Steelworkers headed for another showdown today in federal court The U S 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals will announce at 4 p m whether the MOSCOW AP Sostriking Steelworkers must viet Union boasted today that return to work for 80 days Lunik Ills history making a TaftHartley injunc tion or may continue their FIRST MOON PICTUREThe hidden side of the moon never before seen by man is shown here in this photo just released by Tass the official Soviet news agency The photo was taken by the Lunik III satellite and was transmitted to Russian receiving station The left side of dotted line is portion of moon previously seen and portions identified in letters Areas ot the huge mass to the right of dotted line were named by Russian scientists These new sights are 1 Sea of Moscow 2 Astronauts Bay of Moscow 3 continuation of South Sea previously named t4J Tziolkovsky hill 5 Lomonsov hill a central crater 6 Joliot Curie crater 7 Sovetsky mountain range and 8 Dream Sea line across moon showsits areas are still being classified by Russian scientists At left of the dotted line the letters indicate previously named sights A Humboldt Sea B Sea of Crisis C Regional Sea D Sea of Waver E Smith Sea F Sea of Fertility G South Sea NEA RadioTelephoto Castro FiringSquad Promise Nets Cheers transmission of pictures of the hidden side of the moon heralds photographic surveys of the planets beyond Tass the official Soviet news agency said the success ful operation of the space ve hicle and its picturetaking apparatus opens up broad prospects for studying the planets A Soviet scientist Vasiliy Lobas tov said Luniks transmission of its moon shot has inaugurated the most perfect method of study ing rocket photo The world got its first look to day at the far side of the moon Photographs released Monday night indicate the area is covered mostly with mountains Tass said with only a few of the craters that pockmark the side the earth sees First reports indicated the hid den side of the earths natural satellite was largely unmarked plains considerably more monot onous than the side turned toward the as one announcement said Scientists in America and throughout the world hailed the jsoviet photographs as a remark able scientific achievement Many said the pictures fitted in with their preconceived notions of the Jandscape of the moons far side The Soviets lost no time nam See 4 Col 1 Man In Union Aides Death NEWBURGH N Y In dustrialist Malcolm R White was acquitted today by a jury in the slaying of a union man who had tried to organize his plant White 49 had pleaded self defense in the fatal shooting of Alfred E Dugan 52 a former convict in an encounter near Whites Chester Cable at Chester last Nov 13 White smiled and kissed his vife when an Orange County jury reported its verdict He thanked the seven men and five women of the jury The manufacturer told newsmen intended to take a long rest He declined to say if or when he would resume his executive posi tion with the company The jury deliberated for nine hours Monday was locked up overnight and reached its verdict after less than an hour of renewed deliberation today White testified that he shot Du HAVANA Minister Fidel Castro angrily promised a wildly cheering crowd of several hundred thous and Monday night to once again hand over the enemies of his revolution to military tribunals and firing squads In a fiery speech of more than three hours devoted largely to his most violent antiAmerican tirade yet Castro a strong hint his government may try to drive also Cy O I A V VI1 J the United States from Us naval base at Guantanamo southeastern Cuba m Ralph Bunche To Talk Here Dr Ralph J Bunche noted American statesman and under secretary for the United Na tions will be the commence nient speaker at the State Teach ers College Indiana for the winter commencement on January 16 1960 Dr Willis E Pratt president of the college announced today We are deeply Dr Pratt stated that one of the worlds outstanding statesmen has accepted an invitation to visit our campus and to address our Rifles B and L Weaver Lyman scopes easy payments S H TTS tfx gan by a roadside because he green sta Rogers Jewel thought Dugan was armed and was about to attack him Dugan later was found to have been un armed Cherry Tree Water Rate Hike HARRISBURG AP A 50 per cent water rate increase for 165 consumers in the Cherry Tree a of Indiana County was ap proved Monday by the Public Utility Commission It is effective Nov 1 The Cherry Tree Water es timated the rate boost would in crease its revenue a year It said it is losing money d must have the higher rates for replacements a n d to continue meeting expenses 2 Said Cuba will buy airplanes anywhere apparently meaning from the Communist bloc if its overtures to buy jets from Britain fail 3 Virtually signed the death warrant of Maj Hubert Matos former commander of the armed fojces in Camaguey province and key figure in the latest govern ment crisis Firing squads Firing squads the crowd roared as Castro asked them to approve the execution of Matos who accused the regime of going Communist Then Castro replied Because it is necessary to defend our na tion against aggression to defend it from aerial attacks from for eign bases the cabinet will meet tomorrow to discuss and decree for the time necessary the re establishment of military tribun See 4 Col 4 Inside The Gazette DREW PEAKSON Drew Pearson today says his report of a fix on a senators tax was in error Read his column on page 6 TOP COUNTY Penns Manor boasts the top county football record details on sports pages 14 and 15 Read the Other Features t Lump Uuslnesk Mirror 16 7 1H1U 1017 County Tetn Talk Crosswords Editorial Hospital Notes 19 Obituaries Society H Sports 1415 TVIUdio 1i WEATHER Cloudy and cuol tonight Low 34 to 38 Wednesday fair and cool Mostly Mountains Say Reds By STANLEY JOHNSON Claim Wing Snapped Off Fatal Plane snapped Tex off a Braniff strike The ruling however will not be released until about p m because appellate courts here usually wait until after the cbuntrys stock markets close to hand down decisions which affect stock prices Meanwhile Kaiser em ployes returned to work at plants in California under a new agree ment which will be in force until June 30 1961 Kaiser the nations ninth big gest producer pierced the in dustrys solid front Monday night by signing a separate peace with the union after nearly five hours of behinddoors negotiations in Washington But the other 11 big companies said Kaisers defection would not affect their determination to resist what they termed an inflationary settlement The new contract calls for an added 10 cents in fringe benefits for the first year and 12 cents more the second year including City EDITION Seven Cents airliner which crashed and killed 34 per sons last month a government expert said Monday If investigators can determine why this happened John S Leak of the Civil Aeronautics Boards Bureau of Safety said they may learn what caused the disaster Leak said no evidence of a bomb explosion has been found He is in charge of reassembling fragments of the shattered Elec tra turboprop craft in a Dallas warehouse See 4 Col ft Kidnaper Llf I Pleads Guilty To Return NORTH ADAMS Mass Rodney Austin 44yearold ex convict pleaded guilty to a fugi tive from justice charge today waived rendition and started back to Maine to face charges of ab duction and rape of a 14yearold baby sitter Needing a haircut but clean shaven Austin wore the same clothes as when he was captured Monday on the Mohawk Trail in the town of Florida Maine authorities charge him with abducting and raping Sharon Simmons who was babysitting in a Damariscotta Maine home Oct 17 The Simmons girl was released by Austin early last Friday at the home of his brother in Lyndon ville Vt She told police had had attacked her repeatedly at knife point during six days of captivity During interrogation by Maine detectives Monday night Austin uciciiives muimuy nigni AUSlin uauoici win icttvt j Weve pretty well neither affim nor d the near the scene of the clash le break pattern of the nlane tu j TI anneamrt she related He told de uiiaucius sue reiaieu ne loid ae me piace or Leak said Now what we want to tectives he was drunk and w transfer will be a touchy issue 1C iirhtr flia j J to remember any details Red China claims the region know is why the left wing broke off in midair about a foot or two from the lit rvuiiiu licvci uc UlVt ta JO He reported the wing tore triggered by two alert brothside Indian territory irl n n rtfirl T he would never be taken alive nicgcicu uy iwu aie and punged o earth more thar ajer farmers Alan and Milton i iMuiicia mail aiiu mniun ui me UiicT mile from other wreckage as thePoirot became suspicjous and followed Peipings announcement airliner cracked up on a farmjcalled state police after dropping that Red China wants to settle its near Buffalo in central Texas the disheveled hitchhiking Austin border dispute with New Delhi 1 HP nlflna HlGintfiOTatchrl rlnrinnr cn The plane disintegrated during from lheir ick truck a flight from Houston to Dallas Sept 29 DJ Has Tooth DETROIT AP Disc jockey Tom Clay bit into a candy jar He asked and received a roaring while playing records on his radio show Monday nighi There was a sharp pain and out came a bit of tooth Chatting on the air between rec ords Clay wondered if dentists PACT Follows Lead Of KAISER AND UNION IN STEEL AGREEMENT Edgar Kaiser left board chairman of the KJaiser Steel Corporation and David McDonald head of the Steelworkers Union get in a close handshake last night after a strike settlement agreement was reached It was the first break in the here tofore solid industry front in the 104dayold strike Kaiser is the nations ninth largest steel producer j AP Wirephoto US Steel To Report On Strike Lpsses NEW YORK nations biggest steel maker United States Steel today tels the world how much money is losing as a result of the steel strike Several other companies completelyshut down by the strike have reported huge losses Some smaller companies not shut down by the strike have reaped sharply higher profits This is the regular date for U Sj Steel directors to meet and issue the third quarter earnings report It will be an nounced shortly after the New York Stock Exchange closes For India Accepts China Offer On 10 Cops NEW DELHI India today accepted Red Chinas offer to hand over 10 Indian policemen the Qi captured last week in a Hash vear w11 contract with captured last week in a clash on the remote frontier A government spokesman said Jie Indian ambassador to Peiping has asked the Red Chinese to name a place and date for trans fer of the prisoners in the Ladakh region bordering Tibet The bodies of nine Indian po licemen killed in the same en counter with Chinese troops will be turned over atthe same time The spokesman said it was as sumed the transfer will take place It appeared certain the place of 141JJ1 AtgilJI Capture of Austin who had said the encounter occurred In u L jjja says area is 40 miles in Indias acceptance of the offer peacefully all but two weeks in the third quarter the companys steel plants jvere completely shut down It is remotely possible but highly unlikely that the loss on steel was made ip by income from cement operations or investments Salarjes taxes depreciation all sorts of costs go on even when steel arent operating The results r in the third quarter this year wjll contract with a net in come of in the same period last year See 4 Col 3 State Awards Contracts For ISTC Library HAFRISBURG AP The Generil State Authority today award d contracts for construc tion of a new library building at Indiana State Teachers Col lege They went struction L to General Con D Building Co of Latfobe heating and air conditioning Charles L Pile New Jostle plumbing John Indiana electrical Electrical Contrac tors Associates Altoona Many Ships In Gales With High Winds Ripping Across Britain Kaiser PITTSBURGH troit Steel one of ths nations nonstruck steel pro ducers today followed tha lead of Kaiser Steel Corp and signed a similar agree ment with the United Steel workers Union David J McDonald union president called the settle ment another wedge in the industrys solid front The signing followed by some 18 hours an agreement in Wash ington between the USW and Kai ser one of 96 companies shut in the now 105day steel strike Detroit Steel employing is the industrys 16th largest pro ducer with an annual ingot capac ity of million tons It has been operating under a contract exten sion with the union since the na tionwide strike started July 15 McDonald said the Detroit Steel pact includes the same provisions as the Kaiser settlement Both are 20month agreements effective Nov 1 and expiring June 30 1961 They provide a total wagefringe benefit package in crease of 22 cents an hour ac cording to McDonald Max Zivan Detroit Steel board chairman and president estimat ed the cost to his company at be tween 24 and cents an hour McDonald explained the differ ence in estimates by saying each steel company has varying cost problems that figure in its esti mate Zivan said the agreement would have to be studied thoroughly be fore any decision can be made as to the companys prices firms pro duction af just under one per cent of the industrys national capac ity The company has two plants in Detroit one each at Ports mouth Ohio and Hamden Conn Detroit Steel did not have a clause in its previous contracts dealing with local working condi tions one of the thorniest issues in the battle between the USW and big producers are like doctors and make house calls Much of Clays fivehourBritain today whipping up program still was to go I seas and leaving half a Minutes later Dr Robert LONDON with hur ricane force gusts tore across high dozen j seas and leaving C ships in distress Wood telephoned to say he madei The 941ton German freighter house calls Clay asked him Sieghold of Bremerhaven to the studio reported raging storms drove her While another record was playaground on the Isle of Rhum ing Dr Wood pulled the tooth aj In the English Channel the 833ton Norwegian freighter Gran ville reported she was being driv lower molar Kiwanis Rummage Sale Com en ashore by winds and high seas mumty Center Building WednesJBut cne tide turned carrying her day 8 to 5 63xG Homer City Legion party tonite 52 robins Early Bird 63x Special Mums 3 for 924 Water Indiana out of danger The little Dutch lost her anchor and for a time was in danger of being dashed Off Iceland a sea and air huntlouts and floods up to 18 inches was stepped up for the 160ton J Norwegian fishing vessel Suloy drifting helplessly in mountainous deep In Pfris 80mile winds whipped aroundthe Eiffel Tower Northern seas France residents bundled up in Distress calls were picked upimufflerjs and dodged falling tree from four merchant ships caughtlimbs broken wires in the storm off Ireland and in the Bristol Channel Inland the gales blew in store windows on the south coast and ini The damage appeared minor and scattered over a wide area but wojst along the Atlantic coast In Syria six persons were re tore down trees and wires Manyjported killed and seven injured highways were blocked by fallen I Floods from Turkey swept into trees in London Wales and the the cointry carrying Turkish bor west country Several rail lines der mhes which exploded I also were blocked Electricity wasi The casualties occurred when 16 Kaiser USW In Contract Break Line WASHINGTON AP The strikeending pact signed by the Kaiser Steel Corp and the United Steelworkers Union left uncertain today whether steel price increas es by the company may follow later Dramatically breaking the steel industrys united front Kaiser made its own lone wolf peace with the union Monday the 104th day of the walkout The signing could prove to be the big break in the costly industrywide strike Kaiser hopes to be producing steel again af its Fontana plant in about five days Some 500 of its workers were called back to their jobs Monday night and near ly others were due back to day The Kaiser largest in the the union called the settlement noninflation ary They said the agreement was designed to work for the best interests of management the em ployes and the Neither the company nor the union gave an overall dollar esti mate on what the settlement would cost Kaiser But some sources said privately it probably would amount to million dol lars over the life of the new con tract which will be in effect for 20 June 30 1961 The pact provides new fringe benefits amounting to 10 cents an hour per worker starting Nov 1 See 4 Col 8 coaster Friedilcut in many districts Airline sexvl Turkish Cains lonto the Scottish coast near Port 64x Patrick ice in and out of London was onand exploded in five different Turkish mines have been border areas as a smug schedule places With the winds came heavy rain laid in Ictuising minor landslides washgling control measure mines were washed in UNICEF Calls Here Tonight Tonight is UNICEF night in In diana Area youngsters under the sup ervision of the Indiana Ministerial Association and the Dept of Rec reation will make a doortpdoor appeal tonight for pennies nickels and dimes for underprivileged children of the world Local residents are asked to help these modern Trick or treaUsrs as they make their rounds between 7 and 9 tonight See a reproduction of the tag they will be wearing on page 4
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