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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Some of the new cars are so classy the motor no longer purrs it sneers Volume 64 Ait Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the 3iti tmm lEwnum Thirtytwo Poos i two facias tj D Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday October 28 1959 City EDITION Two Sections US ASKS COURT TO OK INJUNCTION OK PreS Talk Sees Meet In December M L ARROWSM1TII WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said to day he and the other Westi ern leaders are ready and1 HAVANA AP CubanAmerican relations grew willing to hold a presummit steadily worse today as Fidel Castros regime rejected a conference about midDecem U S protest against its rising antiAmericanism and aimed ii n ait A i t t i 1 Hike Yank Mine Castros Regime Rejects Protest On AntiUS Campaign ber Eisenhower told a news conference however that no has been picked and no r ific time Those matters he said will be handled through diplomatic channels a new shaft at American business in the island republic In swift developments Tuesday night 1 President Osvaldo Dorticos after conferring with Prime Minister Castro and his Cabinet defiantly dismissed a U S government protest that deliberate and concerted ef forts in Cuba are being made to destroy relations between Such a Western summit meet ing would bring together Eisen hower French President Charles de Gaulle Britains Prime Minisi A ter Harold Macmillan and West 10 WlGVGnS ff pfrtl 3 ll Adenauer said the U S charges were Two Linda Chancellor Konrad Jhe first question put to Eisenj tWver was whether any progress has been made on arrangement iConfuseAII without foundation 2 The Cabinet whipped out a new law imposing stiff taxes on mining concessions The law ap parently is aimed directly at two Americanowned nickel and cobalt producing operations in eastern Cuba the Nicaro nickel plant w r POMONACalif AP v Vc tvcinton tistrrand of the Freepon he was willing to attend such a fldnk Stcvens moved Into houses Co i session any time from now the stleet rom each other J Todav Eisenhower noted that he Children of the two unrelated tnbunals deal has taken that position Then he families soon became acquainted i ffi xS went on to say that De discovered to their astonjsl has explained to him some of the n difficulties the French leader rnent thcre was a Marie claimed an mated 55a victims during the first Justice Dept Requests Noon Thursday As Last Time For Union Action i WASHINGTON government today asked th bupreme Court to approve an injunction lo halt the 106dav old strike The United Steelworkers Union immediately questioned the court s jurisdiction T Gen William P Rogers asked that the court let a raftHartley Act injunction go into effect unless the union tiles an appeal by noon Thursday j The unions reply promptly asked the court to leave i undisturbed a sixday stay of the injunction ordered by the 3rd District Court of Appeals in Philadelphia i i Jt added that there is a serious Demolish I wo jAutos Today In Borough One operator of a car was vwi u uiiiv slightly injured in an accident hereiforce question as to the Supreme Courts jurisdiction at this stage of the Rogers said he asked for the noon Thursday deadline on a union appeal in hopes of getting a quick Supreme Court order putting the injunction back into today that demolished two vehicles when they collided at the inler of Sixth and Chestnut section Streets Indiana Borough Police report a foreign make small car going Arthur J Goldberg counsel for the union said he would file his brief asking for the Supreme Court review by Friday He denied that the union was seeking to unduly delay a de north on Sixth operated byicision William R Allen Brooklyn N T reportedly stopped for a stop sign Goldbcrg contended IIRES LIGHTED IN OPKN HEARTH FURNACEA workman the fire in an open hearth furnace at the Kaiser Steel Corp plant at Fontann yesterday getting set for production after a 104day shutdown Kaiser and the striking United Steelworkers came to terms Mondiy and the first of the workers returned to their jobs today Company officials cstimaU will be about a month before all of the work force is back on the job at the installation the largest steel plant west of the Mississippi Ap involves important statutory and at ChestnutSt and then into the intersection where the colconstitutional questions on which lision occurred with a station waJ high court entitled to have gon going east on Chestnut St bnefs and a11 argument Police said the operator of A lay of a few more station wagon was Buelah Wiggins ineed of a few more weeks regarding highlevel meetings i p 1 1u sis months ot Castro s regime 1 Without elaborating on that Ei The result has been consider A i j j V enhower then said De Gaulle wimble confusion for bans demanded the eSudon See 12 Col 1 school and for Jules DvJboisy Chicago School teachers Tribune tatinAmerican sixh gacir a at hiS Quiet EastWest Arms Talks Seen Open Miami jRec Facilities ITto NeqroeS Marion Center R D 2 no1 irreParably harm the national aron enter Allan they said received Goldbeig said ions of the scalp Euall a i As a result of the impact the vehicles bounced over the curb The station wagon was valued at and the foreign automobile at ToResume Steel Talks In Pittsburgh corres UNITED NATIONS N Y N diplomats MIAMI Fla Ne are now free to swim ini a navana icic Ml t I 1 HCAL ycdi c uuiv ii cc IO bWim in Kmgsiey graph office Dubois dei atJeast start nannoniously following agreement pools and use other nounced by Castro for criticizing ght by the Uniled States and the Soviet Union on a segregated recreation government was escorted disarmament resolution for the General Assembly ilacilities attend the sixthgrade Suntlle aovernment clay School at Trinity Mctho L Su d ng by an ar di disl rhicrh Rnt i fa 5 The chairman of the Sen dist church Both recently were ollarci awarded attendance certificates i Botli sJng in the junior choir at ITTSBURGH two the cluireh J steel companies signed to new con Sometimes thev dress alike Sen J William Fulbright DArk The resolution endorses no spe tracts the United Steelworkers Bolh ove cats and each s accused Castro of using the Uniteddfic a a vj f are planning aresumption of Twoyears thev as a xmd of fvpl tnlkc with hio nrodnrers to bOV for his difficulties at d I After a week of concentrated bargaining the two big The city5 Pools Parks tennis irfc t j i Equally as important as the matter of a few days in a steel strike which has already gone more than 100 days is the pres ervation of the judicial Goldbergs reply noted ttwf Philadelphia court should b before the full r Technically the I put before the whether it should vacate ah in junction stay ordered by the HOST Court of APPeals PhUadelphia i unless the union acts quickly to WASHINGTON AP Robert push the case through all judicial D Murphy undersecretary of iw a puwia pal LCIiniS courts and picnic areas were desate and troubleshooter in U But Goldberg in reply said that c diolomacv is about to retire nfffiiallhniioh fin powers agreed to join in sponsoring a resolution referring COUrts and picnic areas were and in U But Gold all disarmament proposals to the 10nation con m itSf by order of diplomacy about to ret re after i although h that will beein in rLo i 1 Manager Ira Willard 39 Vears in the foregn service by Friday that will begin negotiations m Geneva m Some commissioners Murphy who is 65 years old not I ate Foreign Relations Committee that will begin negotiations in Geneva in February States as a kind of i icans Originally Ihe Soviets haii level talks with big producers toto the BluSbirt rwo tay difficulties at 1C hadj try to end the 106dayold nationj upon said Castro could ieaddeniancii that it give specific ap wide steel strike iname hiu a evolution but he was utterlviProval lo Soviet Premier Nikitaj j no tl IJtfZ j L I i Union President David J Mci We love to uei oeoulP rnnmadecluatli a running a s proposal lor com edge Union President David J Me1 We love to geT people conmadequat onald said Tuesday he would one said Tlip imrrinct Donald said Tuesday he would one The hardest to arrange a renewal of the talks part is when school starts Every R Conrad Cooper head of ear one of our records gets negotiating team for the counthrown away trys top 11 producers Then we have to go in the of Union representatives met sepfice and prove there are two of arately here Tuesday with the 11 us and the teacher has to dig top companies and two other through the wastepaper basket and firms Separate sessions with othfind the discarded er firms were held in other parts of the country Detroit Steel which had been operating under a contract mu extension agreement with the unother 7 ancijbiloPs on Moilclay for lack of steel i n Tiimoc P W fillill 1 BowArrow Warning Given viii me LItV A double warning concerning the manager to rescind his order plete disarmament over a of with a bow aad said Commissioner Otis Shiver year period Was ISSLied loda bv offiHe Commissioner Fred C Davant he could file an appeal and would do so it Some city commissioners howj is 65 years old toi would not be possible to a lever objected to Willards actionday has decided to accept a post fill I brief on the merits of the cvci IU Wlliaru S action a puDtiiiui taken without their prior Private business turning downicase the ODOOrtlinitv tr hprnmp nmhuc Hn 1 am going to propose that the Commission direct the city Sec 12 Col 3 PRR Cuts Jobs In Altoona Area the opportunity to become ambus Goldberg contended that the sador to West Germany Since 1953 the Wisconsinborn court should have the benefit of considered arguments on impor Murphy has been the highest rankUant questions involved He said ing career officer in the State Dethat a full brief on all the points in partments top echelon The late John Foster Dulles rej before Monday controversy could not be prepared The increasing strain in A me jyear period Ms Incliana Cmi the USSR and he We Society up for reelection nextmonth heavily on his judgment and We Goldberg said Us speiisorecI in 1 flrst concerned a that Shiver said the action should beskl as a negotiator to help this is the shortest possible 1957 T it one referid all theS e shot along Route 119 considered carefully in the a dPlomatic crisis Secretime in which a brief worthy of pending disarmament proposals Kof Indiana aild is wanderof its effect on the welfare of A Herter consideration by this court can that area with an our people and the economy ofijas on artia neavilv TIIO complicated controversy is a tall brunette the other a short blonde PITTSBURGH AP The Pennsylvania Railroad said today it will lay off some workers a fivenation subcommte f SBid he U the decision of auu men it because shedents in that area The Kinton Stevens have two the Altoona and Hollidaysburg Ot signed a new pact Tuesday Teresa James P Newell operations to the one agreed to the The Frank have twovice Prcsidenl said th height day before by a struck firm thesons Donald 12 and Gregg 4 car blllldm8 program will not re taicar Ctool Cnrn KJ 1I r SUmC Until abOUt IOlll WRPks aiser Steel Corp i iiiiiiu t uimvu t and Detroit IGthranked together How did both sets of parents sume lm Kaiser ninthranked to choose the name Linda s strike is settled i The PRR program calls for freight cars half of produce about three per cent of he nations steel But McDonald hailed the Dej roil signing as another wedge nn the industrys solid He so said he expects more agree nts with other small firms Joger Blough board chairman Marie In each case ihev explained Jauu lreif cars Lialf of its a family name ihem to be bllllt al Altoona i Newel I said that of the 1 C cais scheduled for Altoona will be IXOne S ISt SnOW Completed by Monday The layoffs will affect about 50 KANE Pa AP Kane cent of the total work force called the icebox of Pennsylvania at the car building and repair ftoger Blough board chairman U1L 1LCUUX OI Pennsylvania ai me car ouuuing and repair of u S Steel told newsmen thewas tlle sitc of llis seasons firstshops The Samuel Rea shops at Kaiser settlement would not SI10W western PennHollidaysburg and the Second St ler the other companies bargainsylvania fabricating shop in Altoona will tier the other companies ng position He said a Kaiser type A wet snow wlich melted as be closed down i School Action Committee Open White Township Voters School Action Committee Open Schoo Not i Meeting Thurs nite hdlf V V Alljhe facts r Ben Franklin School Not Indiana Roller Rink Look in All the facts 05 classified each day 64x outvoted by the Western mem He also has been one of the most influential men in the Slate lookout for the dog wwi d Ul to be on the this import without discussing it Partment m deciding on policy bers After Com Ior uie with the commission fhe Soviet So munists now will ee n Humane also There was no of Negroeslviet visited the depart nninsts now will get paiity in urged bow a d hunters to to the nowiv f ment to discuss detailed problems numbers on the new committee be the newly Ue8rated was usuallv the fh be especially alert when lumtno Murphy was the man th Committee and then to the Asnot injured uv aiun wnen nuntng The new resolution will be subIsmail game so that domestic mf lheieb no pussytootmg called on milled lo lhe Assembly such as dogs and cats are aboul tnis said Willard asl Murphys reasons for stepping See 12 Col 4 White Township Voters Meetinc pen School Action Committee Open AiLeting ihuis nite Meeting Thurs nite 830 Thurs nirp Ben Frank m Srhnni murs nite sembly itself Speedy approval is See 12 Col 5 White Township Voters School Action Committee Open Elderly Woman Passes Away Clara 75 1233 3hiladelphia Strel passed it noon today in lhe Indiana Hos ital The ileceastd was admitted toi lie local hospital October 23 a nedical patient She was reported y in poor health for a number of eurs Mrs Bernice Hamilton School Indiana employed by he Indiana Evening is tijf of several children of the de eased living in this area Inside The Gazette POINT OF Willimii InyiTsoll speaks about urban remwiil his Pciint of View on editorial page B ON TRADING Miikoy IVhintle is on the Yankee trading on spurts 2J and 23 Hoid Head the details No Pensions For Elected County Aides No elected county official gets any kind of a pension or retirement payment from Indi ana it was reported to day to reply to a question asked by a Gazette representative The only retirement payment made is to the county judge who receives a pension paid solely by the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania No county official regardless of the number ol terms he or she serves receives any type ol retirement payments from any source for their public service has been discussion See 12 Col 4 White Township Voters School Action Committee Open I Ben Franklin School the facts Not Ben Franklin School 65 the facts 1 Not Ben Franklin School Not 65 half All the facts 65 Costly Treatment Fungus Infections Seen Stopped By Cheap Drug The reached the Supreme Court as President Eisenhower told a news conference that the agreement reached by the union and the Kaiser Steel to end the strike in Kaiser mills should sig nal an industrywide effort to put all mills back to work The TaftHartley Act injunction to halt the strike for an 80day coolingoff period originally was granted by Dist Judge Hebert P Sorg of Pittsburgh Rogers said a delay in resolving questions would be wholly unnecessary He declared he acted so that the emergency created by the steel strike may not continue longer than absolute ly In urging that the Steelworkers Union file its appeal by Thursday Rogers said this would clear the way for oral arguments on the case Monday Under this suggested procedure the attorney general said the Su preme Court will be in a position See 12 Col 6 Many pe a human patient and got a curedermatology at the University of I I ralter all else had failed Toronto told of a pliysii LQST VII War I Hie QnnrviiMrtJtvwkMf J luiuiiiUj IUU OI a DI1VS1 son once spent diousancis of dol His announcement that he had dan specializing in internal Ml lais oxer Ions periods ol cured 30 patients without a failure career was almost 61 I I I AQQ I fl iods ol yeats cured 30 oatients vvithnut a Iilinn f I vuivvt uu VHUIUUI A UUSV tttllXT US ailllUSl umg lu infection of HOUSTONi Tex AP Wahe Williams IHi only living veteran the Civil War survived another attack and his physi it S n r Russell CoralCJraceion Fire Co party j Special Mums 3 ior Cains 1M Water Indiana 64x White Township Voters j Sclioul Action Conmiillfe Open Tliurs nite 830 len 1runklin School Jn tinfacts Other Features Eagles Party every nite Wolfe said Wil the attack last Aliddiut Ljoip Mirror llupllil Notes Obituaries Society Sjiurle Radio World Today 10 WEATHER J r and iutil tonight Low 1M to 30 Thursday inereasuig doiid and a little warmer with rain likely atnight tunable and embarrassing caused a sensation Uie fingernails and ihe tusus as scalp ringworn and ath Given in pill form hands llas shown such diamatic results He hud been under mv locUiy says Dr 1 L Pipkin a that Johnson Johnsons laborafor a Ion time up I hM maSS d sJ nEJliml hm f A dlsordtrs can be cured tion to satisfy the demand The was difficult to care for his in ime U dn8 1S aVailabU by tcameso The meUicae is patient Blank cured an drug for lungus diseases Pip was dying of a fungus infection nails and his palms He would A Ux Jin d whers among more than over his entire body Such cases not shake hands daS White Township Voters lrom tlle are rare bul disorders ire Now after a few griseofulvin e lid the u School Action Committee Open Staf anf lore8n de human misery piiis he is completely I10 L er under de oxvtif ent Meeting Thurs nite 830 stn 5ed toda lhe Sreatest Ihey sometimes Dr William Kaplan of the aL K oSlv Ben Franklin School No medCal discovery since penicillin and can have a strong psychologi1 Public Health Service al Atlanta P 8 condition the facts lhe physicians were here to at ail effect on their victims It is M V V tend a symposium sponsored by istimatcd that they prompt 15 the CW drus IS cleannS U1 Rcmembranie Lights Johns tin Uimusity of Miami A year per cunt of all visits to doctors skm of dogs and CLIU bc toniimttiee Opfo Jewelry and Gift Shop 7IK Phila ajio Dr Harvey Blank of the uni office Such pots frequintly pass their Yanklin School Not tlic factbl 65 griseofulvin 10 Dr Norman 6lx UTsily   

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