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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Vete rans Day Parades Services Tomorrow TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Its logical that you should talk less than you mouth and two ears Volume 75 Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday November 10 1959 Two Sections City County EDITION Seven Cents CRANBERRY DATA CAUSES UPROAR Veteran Parades Services At least two parades and feveral memorial services conducted by veterans organ izations will highlight the Veterans Day activities in In diana County I Tomorrow in Indiana eight bands and 34 units will be featured in the Veterans Day parade Scheduled to move at fi the parade will formi At Philadelphia and Third Streets j The parade will move west on Philadelphia stopping at a m in front of the reviewing Payoff In Steel Settlement Denied stand located in front of the Inj dlana Community Center Build1 At 11 a m the usual minute1 of silence will be observed follow ed by a 21gun salute 1 Captain Wocrner McKinsey of Army Reserve is the pa rade marshal Indiana Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1989 and its auxiliary will observe a Veterans Day pro pnsm with Attorney G S Par nell delivering the address They will conclude their dinner meet ing with an evening of dancing See Page 2 Col 5 White House Levels Blast At Officials de the CLOSE Robert Clugst n 42 of Mercerville N pre pares to hack off the remai jr of the beard he allowed to grow during the 118 days of the steel strike blast furnace infiearby MorriviflSP He works on a NEA Telephoto School Contract On Stairwells The first major step by local schools to compliance with stPte recommendations concerning s ool fire safety regulations was at last nights meeting of the Indiana Joint High School Operat ing Committee A contract for was awardGREAT FALLS Mont A sudden blinding snow ed to Robert R Haney Holidaysstorm sent three Air Force jet planes crashing today two burg for the erection of four fire j craft carrying four airmen to deaths wells and the installation of a secSecond before their plane crashed two other airmen tier of a fire protection sprinkler bailed out parachuting safely onto a central Montana ranch 6stem in Indiana Joint Higlv Rancher Olind Jenni saw one plane crash its fiery flash illuminating the darkness like daylight at the base of a Three Jets Crash n Blinding Snow WASHINGTON AP The White House today scribed as demagoguery charge by labor leader Emil Mazey that President Eisen howers action in the steel strike were a political payoff o the steel companies Press secretary James C Hag erty told newsmen Such derno oguery leveled against President Eisenhower is of course not really worthy of comment I am sure that the American people realize that the president acted only when it was clear that the welfare of the United States dictat ed positive action under the law Such action was upheld by the courts of our Hagerty replied when asked whether his remarks ap plied to several other labor lead ers who had been critical of Ei senhowers handling of the steel strike Mazey secretary treasurer of the United Auto Workers marie his accusations against er in a speech Monday to the con vention of theAFL CIO Indus trial Union Department Mazey asserted that Eisenhower used the Taft Hartley law to end the steel strike as a payoff to corporations which backed Eisen hower in the 1956 presidential See Page 2 Col 3 HAPPIER Bob Crosby and his wife June who told a newsman yesterday she stabbed him after he broke her ribs Saturday are shown following reconciliation of a tiff in 1956 in which she filed for divorce Mrs Crosby said her husband broke her ribs then she stabbed him with a letter opener inflicting superficial wounds AP Wirephoto No Wifebeater Says Bob Crosby After Tiff f The begin later a PlaC Crashed agahlSt the vv Il IUI JU a Wit i t 11 of the pact and with a pietion date of February 15 1960 A number of other F89 Scorption The four present stair wells in interceptor craft caught in the high school building will be enclos1 snowjammed skies barely got on ed from the basement to the third to cmlian runways 250 air miles away at Billings Mont The exact number of planes and floor in compliance with State De partment of Labor and Industry regulations covering public school buildings classified military information at The joint operating Malmstrom Force alsc approved a pay raise for Jan et Smith and Joan Flick employes Pin the office of Superintendent Paul R Getts The annual reorganization meet ing of the full boards of the joint ure was also set for Tuesday Dec 15 in the Home Economics Rooms of the high school This session is a dinnermeeting Following the dinner the joint aoard will elect officers for the I960 term of office In both the joint meeting and the Vlndjana Borough Board meeting which followed Superinten dent Getts reported on a recent inspection by a State Department of Health Sanitarian He said that many of these vio lations will be taken care of in the near future See High 2 Col 3 Base here Early reports included what See 2 Col 2 No Gazette Mail Tomorrow The Indiana Evening Gazette will not be published tomorrow In honor of Veterans Day In addition there will be no delivery of U S Mail because of the Nov U holiday Most of the stores in Indiana will remain open throughout the day Many of these however will close for a time during the morning Veterans Day parade Offices of the Indiana County Courthouse will also close all day tomorrow Banks In Indiana are scheduled to close also Inside The Gcrzef f e THE GREAT Hal Boyle comments today on the greatest American See his views on editorial page 8 TOP COUNTY SCORERS TWO Indiana High School backs gained top positions for scoring in county football play See sports pages 10 and 11 Other Features Clymer Area Man Injured In Accident CLYMER Lawrence A Mc Divitt 59 Clymer R D 1 re mains in fair condition today in the Indiana Hospital with in juries he received last evening when he and his son William L McDivitt 22 were struck by a car along Route 80 about a mile south of Clymer Indiana Hospital officials said the elder McDivitt received pos sible fractures of the left hip and left wrist William McDivitt reportedly re ceived an injury to his right hip but was not hospitalized According to State Police from the Indiana substation the McDi vitts were loading a power saw onto a truck parked on the berm of the highway when a car oper ated by Gerald Barnett 18 Dixon ville going north on Route 80 ran into the two McDivitts Police said Barnett was attempt ing to avoid hitting another ve hicle stopped in front of him on the highway when he skidded off the highway and ran into the two McDivitts The accident occurred early last evening Damage to the car was estimat ed at Urge Study Of TV Ads By Business HOT SPRINGS Va The Assn of National Advertisers says the nations big business firms must carefully scrutinize all their television offerings to see that they meet our obligation of fair play to the A policy statement to that ef fect was issued Monday by the board of the association as a re NonUnion Cod Ban Said Lifted By JAMES BACON AP MovieTV Writer HOLLYWOOD no wifebeater I didnt lay a finger on my So says Bob Crosby Bings 46yearold kid brother in flatly denying his wifes assertion that he beat her Saturday night and that she stabbed him with a letter opener in self defense Crosby suffered a gashed shoulder His wife June 39 one of her ribs was broken in the quarrel incident Cancer Charge Denied WASHINGTON AP Growers heatedly denied to day that cranberries with a cancerproducing content are on the market But A P Stores headquarters in New York announced withdrawal of the berries and their prod ucts from sale in all of its unit nationwide food chain One big group of farmers demanded the ouster of Sec retary of Welfare Arthur S Fleming for putting out word just ahead of the traditional cranberries with turkey feast of Thanksgiving that part of the West Coast crop has been found contaminated by a weed killer A county agricultural agent in the area of reported contamina tion offered to eat all the berries he could hold He said there is no evidence the material induces cancer in humans And the National Agricultural Chemicals Assn came in with the comment that the amount found in berries is so low a human would have to subsist almost entirely on the fruit for years to approximate the conditions that produced can cer of the thyroid in test rats But an A P spokesman said fruit whether trash or canned 4as bejng pulled off tfefr shelves ro be on the safe side He said tihe firm feels the berries are safe but in the public interest Is be lieves it best to pull out until the WASHINGTON cial coal operators are free to handle coal from mines paying sub standard wages pending a court test A union ban against coal oper ators handling coal from such mines has been lifted it was learned Monday John L Lewis president of the United Mine Workers Union a greed with owners to drop the Pleasant Autumn In Most of US situation clears up He added that most of the chains berries come See Page 2 Col 1 Biggest ASub Part Of Fleet provision of the unions 1959 con tract pending legal clarification under the new Federal Labor Re lations Law The Joint Industry Con tract Committee composed of three un By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS told newsmen her husband was in Another fairly pleasant autumn a violent mood and wanted to s the outlook for most of fight with the country today Both agreed that the incident The incident occurred only a few hours after the bandleader TV personality had played golf with Vice President Richard M Nixon Crosby said Monday his wife flew into a range when he asked her where their three boys were k atomic sub and she didnt know Mrs Crosby rfLonM fls an under GROTON Conn AP The ber in evaluating contemplated material or procedures for pro grams or commercials should ask Would we be willing for the pub lic to be fully appraised of all the facts and circumstances concern half ing the particular marine designed as an under water early warning to day becomes a part of Americas growing nuclear fleet With a docksdde commissioning ceremony the 447foot Triton officially joins the Navy Her skipper Capt Edward Beach calls the Triton the best and most versatile submarine ever Beach former naval aide to President Eisenhower said the radar picket ship has the power to match its huge size and that we sponsored by the West End Mercan do just about anything that Temperatures were generally in chants of Indiana begins Nov 12 other nuclear subs now in service ion chiefs including Lewis and There were only a few wet spots marked the end of their 21year A warming trend developed See Bob 2 Col 4 the midcontinent from the Canaj dian border southward into Okla homa and northern Texas Tem peratures were 10 to nearly 30 de 8rees higher than Monday morn suit of the recent television quizthree industry show rigging disclosures dopted a resolution abandoning Biggest advances were in The statement says each memfor the time being enforcement 0fMinnesota western Set West End Yuletide the contract clause where below zero readings were The sixth annual Yuletide Days The resolution said that the coal i Monday 0 into doubt because of the tighter jthe 30s and 40s m most sections and continues through Dec 23 ban against labor union boycotts j contained in the new law The boy Wlth a m northern border More than 40 businesses are program or cott provisions of the new law go I into effect Friday The statement was read at annual meeting of the association consisting of representatives of more than 650 firms Killed In Mishap areas Readings were in and 60s in California and It was a little cool in northwest Florida with temperatures ping into the 40s Participating in this annual holiday Toni Jane Tait daughter of Mr dropand Mrs Alex Tait 290 Oak Indiana has been selected as Prin Light snow was forecast during cess of the West End Yuletide the day for most of the upper Days of 1959 COUDERSPORT Pa AP j Great Lakes region and northwest Inside todays Indiana Evening Rifles B and L Weaver LvmanJonn B Regg 23 of Minnesota Cooler weather also Gazette are many ads featuring was Billed Sunday when his car was indicated for the Dakotas bargains offered by the participat smashed into the Chestnut Street Minnesota and extreme northern ing merchants during this sales the Allegheny River Iowa j promotion things they The Triton was launched here Aug 19 1958 The Triton is the first submarine known to be reactors She equipped with two will be manned by a crew of 173 officers and men scopes easy payments S H 3reen stamps Rogers Jewelry TTS tfx bridge over Aliddlui Lump foujjty Teeu CUulftaU 20 Crobawordc 32 EdltorUI UotplUl n Society TVlUdlo i 1011 9 World 6 WEATHER Increasing cloudiness and warmer tonight Low 35 to 43 Wednesday considerable cloudiness rather windy and mild with scattered showers likely Turning colder Wednesday afternoon evening Electronic Density Of Space FiveStage Rocket Soars Mi Into Sky Nose Cone Falls Into Sea WALLOPS ISLAND Va and the long column hung motionupper reaches It had not been missile The complete Geological Pa Survey Said Vital measured at that height before measured feet and HARRISBURG Demo cratic Senate leader has proposed that the state provide for an aerial magnetometer survey of oil and gas fields in Pennsylvania The proposal was introduced Monday by Sen Charles R Wein er Democratic floor leader The survey which would be known as the Col Drake Centen Memorial Survey would hv package1 elude Erie Crawford Venango weighed Warren Mercer Forest Potter Sudanese Troops In Rebellion A fivestage rocket hurled a tiny less for several minutes iradio transmitter statute The shoot was conducted by thej The data when fully pounds It was designed toTioga and McKean Counties U J miles into a cold cloudless sky Armys Ballistic Research Labor will be distributed to the 56 na reach a speed of feet a j also would survey the Pennsylva today The nose cone dropped inatories based at the Aberdeen tions participating in the Interna second at burnout Inia portion of Lake Erie and as to the Atlantic about 28 minutes Proving Grounds in coopertional Geophysical Year The transmitter operated on much of the counties of Lawrence later some 800 miles off shore ation with the National Aeronaut The Army plans to use thf intwo 37 and 148 megBeaver Butler Clarion Elk The instruments it carried aloft ics and Space Administration formation for military purposes acycles It began operating 30j Jefferson as necessary or sent back new information on thei The Army said all phases of the It now will know more accurately minutes before the firing and conable per what type of space intercontinentinued until it sank into the ocean The purpose of the survey 0 tal ballistic missiles and and radio reception were obtain geological informitioi CAIRO Sudan ese army troops battled loyal electronic density of space more Strongarm forces in downtown Khartoum and than 800 miles up formed just as epected the suburb of Omdurman The vapor trail and smoke left The tiny transmitter was delCBMs will be operating in conducted at the launching to stimulate a Sudanese Embassy spokesman as the rocket roared upward could signed and packaged by Dr LyThe rocket assembly consisted here in a specially constructed van j for deep deposits of oil and reported He said both sides sufbe seen along most of this Delaman W Orr of the University of of an Honest John rocket two A spokesman said he could notjThe money also would be W fered casualties before the mutijware Maryland Virginia peninMichigan to get a reading on the NikeAjax boosters a modified speculate when the informationprovide an interpretation and DUD aeers were overcome Isula There was virtually no of electronic activity in the 1 Recruit and a scaled Sergeant would be processed and of ihe 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