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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY More people would amount to Aoniething If there werent so many ways not to Aft Indiana County Newipaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Snfuantt Volume 73 Fourteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday November 7 1959 Telephone HO 55555 City County EDITION Seven Cents STRIKERS ORDERED BACK TO MILLS TV Probe Turns To Disc Jockeys To Study Recording Promotion I Court Upholds TaftHartley In Steel Stalemate WASHINGTON Supremo Court today up held an injunction ordering striking steel workers back to ithe mills The ruling means the striking steehvorkcrs must return to their jobs for an 80day cooling off under emergency provisions of the TaftHartley Act The ruling came on the 116th day of the strike The high tribunals action was announced in a fivepage juusigned opinion WASHINGTON AP House subcommittee is ready to sweep its searchlight from the tainted world of TV quiz shows to another phase of show jockeys and song pluggers Charges of skullduggery and bribery in promotion of records particularly on disk jockey shows on TV and radio have been received by the House Legislative Over isight subcommittee Certain charges have been made to the subcommittee and we look into chief conn isel Robert W Lishman told a re porter Friday night I He refused to say whether this If is one of the things Chairman jTM Q I GCI I OF DArk had in mind when he announced the inquiry will be I extended into other television j practices j However one report so far EAST LANSING Mich unconfirmed had it that diskProfessor Walter Mack collects Douglas Casts Only No Vote WASHINGTON AP ju ice Fresh Warts Victor McLaglen i Cancer Link Film Great Dies HOLLYWOOD Calif McLaglen one of LETS MAKE IT A HEAT McCracken and Dan ftelber officials f the IJiana am shown as they paint in the thermometer indicating the amount of money collected by the United Fund Totals near the 30 percent mark of the goal Now is the time to turn on the heat and push the thermometer over the top The fiuntfe is located on the Indiana First National Bank Gazette photo by Siposi ijockeys and sales promotion of j warts If youve got any movies alltime roughtough actors and Academy Award j Vusic records will be theticularly fresh ones Jie died tioday He was 72 target of tne new inquiry them actor died from heart disease at his iLishman confirmed that among Theres a serious purpose behindhome at nearby Newport Beach after an illness of six Justice William O Douglas wrote a 14page dissenting opinion The courts vote thus was 31 The majority opinion said the coolingoff provision of the Taft Hartley law as applied here is not violative of the constitutional limitation prohibiting courts from exercising powers of a legislative or executive nature powers not William O Douglas dissenting capable of being conferred upon trom the eight other justices of a court exercising solely the juthe Supreme Court who upheld the dicial power of the United steel injunction favored returning the case to District Court for The opinion noted that the un particularized findings as to how ion contended that the TaftHartjthe steel strike imperils the na ley section involved was constitul tional health and what plants need tionally invalid because it did be reopened to produce the set up a standard of lawful orsmall quantity Of steel now need unlawful conduct on the part of ed for the national labor or management There would be open for in But the statute does recognize quiry and findings any questions certain rights in the public to have pertaining to national health in unimpeded for a time producthe narrow sense in which the act tion in industries vital to the nauses those Douglas tional health or safety ft makes He said he thought that when the United States the guardian of Congress used the words nation these rights in the opinal health in emergency provi ion added sions of the TaftHartley Act it The majority opinion said that was safeguarding the heating of the court had concluded that Taftj homes the delivery of milk the j protection of hospitals and the Doaglas ssaRt he did not feel the IMS Gridders Win Climax Good Year By JOE REDDINGTON JR Gazette Sports Editor High school football 1959 came to an end for four Indi Theres a serious purpose at nearby Newport Beach after an illness of sLx Other things subcommittee investhis Mack a professor at Michii His son uicj tigators plan to look into allegagan State University specializesdauglueri at the bed lions of bribing of disk jockeys the study of viruses sideb when death came new popular records WarlSi though generally McLaglen who won his Oscar lhe subcommittee also is exmalignant are similar to other1 in 1935 for one of the screens Jpeered to take a penetrating looktumors Mack is trying to find out classic performances as The In at TV and radio advertising comif they are causecj by a virus n R VO UTI T WW A R IV6TS QTV Steel Firms Plan Opening WASHINGTON AP Steel companies will move immediate ly to reopen their mills under the Supreme Court order uphold ing an injunction ordering strik i had been fairly inactive A inS WOrkers back to work the mercials and at the practice of This might ead to a majorin recent years His Iast job R IV6TS QTV I chief negotiator for the steel in undercover cash payments forbreakthrough in the fight against in a Rawhide TV show which dustry said today plugs of persons or products oncancer For if a virus causeshis son produced MOSCOW AP Moscow to Despite our bargaining differ mvoKine merait nan j i warts support would be lent to McLaren also was nominated day celebrated the 42nd anniveri ences we are confident that the injlincfjvp Harris said the subcommittee theory that a vinis causes otherfor supporting aclors Academv sary Of the Communist revolution companies the employes and the will meet again Dec 9 to plot itstumors including ones that are j Award Tha OniJ in mnnH union can coooerate in the con wora neMm w m u iranrprniis iiKc ine imormer a est mmiaiy paraae ever stagea jMvuukiug mv gee g be tained when It restiert solely on national I am Douglas said to take judicial notice that it re quires 100 per cent of the workers to produce the steel needed for national defense when 99 per cent of the output is devoted to pur poses entirely unconnected with defense He said that President Eisen in invoking The final witness Friday CBS i cancerous Academy sary in 1952 for The Quiet in a festive mood with the short can cooperate in the con like The a est military parade ever staged structive effort of producing the Two Detroit skin specialists of Ireland for the big holiday i needed R Conrad Cooper President Frank Stanton Mack add to his wart The son of the Annlican Bishoo said in a statement We believe that legislation is no collection They periodically re cureall for these ills and that the primary responsibility i i 11 1 11 I IlltlJ Y KV a VI t hi I ana County teams last night with the schoolboys br0adcasting industry itself two wins and two defeats Only United Joint and Elders Ridge were scheduled for daylight games this afternoon United was to oppose Beav erdale at Armagh The were to host BellAvon Indiana Joint High School top schoolboy gridiron power in the county and pne of the best in the sprawling Western Conference added to the impressiveness of its record over the last five seasons1 this year Coach Dick Farabaughs War CBS is moving forward in that See To 2 Col I Block Seen In Michigan Cash Crisis 7 LANSING A Law Closes Barn After Parti WICHITA Kan AP them from patients in his jMSU laboratory The procedure takes only a few minutes and it is relatively painless However although countless persons are afflicted with warts iMack doesnt have enough for his research One reason he says is that many people think they can treat themselves For example one folk remedy i consists of eating an apple rub bing the core on the wart and The then burying the core in the light nors sheriffs office has declared a moon over a touted Derry Area team to breakdown in bipartisan talk in brins the slate to 72 Indianas Iollowin8 the Legislature appeared today to record for lhe past five seasons W iav have blocked any immediate prosnow is 40 wins four losses and i 1 1 uixiiiitu a an easy 25b victory off jmils Q The tumor may vanish ater reports ofMack saVsDut ony Dv toinci between highjdence He explains that warts S j sometimes disappear of their own peel of solving Michigans cash om tui Laura Lamar ended what was to cnsis be one of its better seasons on y The Legislature recessed Fri day until Monday night with Re oublicuns and Democrats accusing ddi other of ducking an earlier promise of mutual responsibility in uurkoul out a stopgap tax pro gram Republicans were angered be cause Democrats refused to co Deputies cracked down after 15yearold boy was shot and crit1 He is looking particularly Thursday with anew warts on young persons rifle Four boys were liu rpal rrpsh for The son of the Anglican Bishop The word peace is evident of Claremont McLaglen grew up everywhere both in speech and in South Africa where his father was stationed for many years i said Moscow radio as After serving in World War I three days of merrymaking got McLaglen first became a profes undenvav sional boxer but later went on thei n keynote address at a Red signs throughout the SovietHartley entrusts the courts only roughtalking wpes See Z Col 4 Army Rescue Real Thing Hope Fades For 31 Lost In Expedition KATMANDU Nepal AP My husband has climbed moun tains for 20 said the wife of Hideko Kato He wouldnot But he also said that the in an attempt to oblose out to a j Union will maintain a state of j tain a peaceful settlement of the But while Mrs Kato refused to high military preparedness dispute during the inbelieve the worst at the couples the proposals are accepted pendency detracts from i j j fcl T a stage where he soon developed ns ral Defense Mini fe to one of the top portrayers ofiMarshal Rodion Malinovsky j praised Premier Nikita Khrush jchevs world disarmament propo Lsals to the United Nations with the determination of a case or on which the ju dicial power can operate not con taining any element capable of on ly legislative or executive deter We do not find that the termi nation of the injunction after a specified time or the machinery HAMILTON AIR FORCE foreign bases are it said Calif simulated airsea ed At another point in the opinion rescue operation turned into the The 20minute military parade the majority said they thought the real thing Friday after an Army i contained nothing spectacularly ijudgmant of the loweocourts in helicopter capsized as it was exnew in equipment according tojupholding the injunction to stop trading a man from Drakes military attaches the strike for 80 days is amply the forbidding face of the home in Japan Nepal officials held out little hope for the veteran climber and 31 members of his Mt Gauri Sankar expedition They vanished more than three weeks ago while trying to scale 50 miles northwest of San The civilian demonstration that supported on the grounds that thetoot Himalayan mountain named Cisco followed included a display of i strike imperils the national safetor the Hindu of destruction he says Wed like some real fresh ones The wouldbe rescuers were resminiature sports cars This i Mt Gauri Sankar which strad a sour note with a 130 shutout lied in the shoot Viidw Which are more likely 10 have aicued a Coast Guard cutler the firs I time such cars had ever The court said the majority felt dies the NepalTibet border TJ See 1 Col 3 vims he Islanding by as part of the man appeared in a Red Square parade they did not need to pass on northeast of this Sherpa vil euver Within minutes it picked up Thousands of athletes and other governments contention that natiiugei never has been conquered ihe pilot Capt Charles E groups participating in the ural safety in this context should jt was fearej that Kato his two rick M copilot Lt Troy cheered Khrushchev and be given a broader construction Japanese companions and 29 Ne 21 and Airman G M Cummings other government and party leador application palese porters perished in bliz 18 ITS atop the mammoth mauso As to the unions suggestion and avalanches that swept An amphibian plane returnedleum some mills but not all should bethe mountain last munch Moscow streets were decked out reopeneci because a few could1 parly has not been heard Fifteen Perish n Air Crash on charges ranging from felonious ve virus assault lo unlawful assembly Twentysix youngsters w e r e 4U i picked up in a lecent raid on the V I barn Another 100 got The teenagers and their fathers and TAIPEI Formosa mothers appeared the next day1 ER1E Pa gunshot in but unhuri men sponsor new or increased uixes Air plane crashed in southfor an official reprimand lhe in a hunting AFB on soila pop coin machines vhisni I7nnosa today killing all 15 Couldnt do thing with the accidentproved fatal early today ky cigars and gasoline persons passengers Sheriffs Capt George lo Wayne Salsgiver of tVnuKratic Rep T John Lsmailtl crewmen Wells said They didnt believe Venus ski of Deiroil who favors a stale Names of the victims were withtheir children could be involved in Salsgiver was wounded Friday income lax retorted that Pending notification of kin anything like icrats uould supply votes to pass such a moss ol garbage but re fused to he m a niu ve red into spun Sen Irank D Boatllc Republi can majority leader was asked See 2 Col 2 See I Col Who Did Wou Woo and trom since leaving its base camp feet up the mountain Two i porters were left at the camp and i See J Col 6 Inside The Gazette when his own shotgun discharged as he lo climb oxer a barbed wire fence in a wooded j section near his home about 14 miles east o Oil City The victim died al Hainot Hospital in Erie if a complete deadlock had de veloped He said it could Democratic Guv G Merncn Williams declared Republican leg islators arc not exercising the responsibility that yues with piw ALLENSCOTT The AllenScott Hiporl on editorial pajje GOP PrrsiiUiUKil race is wide open PRO CONTESTS The pros take over the gridiron tunun i on sports pages 8 and 9 6 totlav thai the To my friends of Indiana County 1 want lo extend my appreciation to each and every one that sup ported me in the past election It Wou Has Woo Woes Two Wives And Divorce Derry Soldier Traffic Victim Head nbiiiit Hie con uhhnvnw with so main pecpie Thank you George Merrill LONDON AP Kiuum Won diplomat married his first had a problem and didnt know Nyi Heng of Shanghai in China ried left court together in smiles 1948 They parttd in Britain Said the first Mrs Wou We Army stationed at Hut Ky AP George Kellermun of Derry was Killed Friday by a mirk as he alttmptfd lo cross Roule 11 near the main gate of Fun Canip Wou and the two women he marbell far Hopkinsville Ky Kdlernian a soMier m the Thanks To the of Indiana Coun ty Paul Jeffries Rifles B and 1 Weaver Scopes pav iniiits S II green Rogers Jewelry TTS tfx Other Features in 1957 Wou said and signed a see now ihal it was a mistake to Campbell lhe problem lo tlujoini declaration of try to divorce Special Sunday dinner at Delhi London Divorce Court for Judge was recognized by the Nationalist Said the second Mrs Won It sir Hurry Trusted to decide which Chinese government was a bit worrying wondering he huJ two He brought loni Jane ui190 Ouk AUddui Lamp UssifleUt Cn mils 4 Hi Ml11 Soclrlj Nutct k I I hcjUM lOUIl 1 Cf II bv of the two women Wou wooed and Club Savoy MUSK wod was hc Mrs Wou i With that in his possession Wou how we stood Now we can all be married Britishborn Florence Colhappy West Con The judge ruled that under Britliagwood in Switzerland But with ift a Verv V 1 W Dance tonite Sat ttx NY E ATI I Kit FO UEC Continued cold tonight Sunday iliudy oj ruin Dance tomte Sat tix law Wou isand always has been 10 months he had retiuned w 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