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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Youre foolish to expect to find In your office the sleep you lost the night before latottng Volume 78 Twelve Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday November 14 1959 Telephone HO 5 5555 City County EDITION Seven Presidential Hopefuls Stir Early Campaigns Seeking1 IKE PUSHING STRIKE ACTION No Changes By The Associated Press T Political guns are thunder ing surprisingly loud in ad vance of next years presiden tial season Presidential hopefuls now beating the bushes are Vice President Richard M Nixon Sen John F Kennedy D Mass and New Yorks Gov Nelson A Rockefeller None f these men actually admit are running for presi dential nominations next year A Democratic elder statesman No major changes resulted from the official count of the V Averell Harriman and a posvotes cast in the Nov 3 General Election in Indiana County sible Democratic presidential lark The official count of the county municipal election was Gov Edmund G Brown of released today by the office of the Indiana County Commis California conferred at SacraBoners and took the occa Included in the corrected totals are the votes of service sinn to throw a few bricks at the mfin cast theh yoles yia absentee ballots K Both Democratic judges for positions on state courts ixon speaking at Indianapolis were even though they did not receive a majority of votes in Indiana County Civil War County Lists Official Vote said the farm issue will Vey possibly be the major issue on the domestic scene in H said hes not ready now to i ut liu a specific farm program but it must be one tnat gives farmers full share of prosperity with out sacrificing their independence said it is out of the i that he would run as a vice presidential candidate bo that Veteran In 117th Year HOUSTON Tex AP In the following list those can didates with an x in front of his or her name were elected In the race for County Commissioner and County Auditor three persons are elected In all other contests only one person is elected Following is the official labula The Judge of Supreme Court 1 still feel its too earlv asl survivor of the battle between the Blue and the Gray Confeder Michae Eagen D M140 Blair F Gunther Judge of Superior Court Harry M Montgomery Albert W Johnson County Commissioner announce I960 plans The vice president patted alt veteran Walter Williams P kefeller his main Republican P ni 117th birthday to rival on lne back for being a cla very effective campaigner But But Sunday will be the big day added that the New York with most of the lough old sol governor does not have the exdiers 10 surviving children exxDee Miller at campaigning nationalpeeled here to help him celebrate Harold McCormick ly some others have the anniversary xFrank M Berkley 11presumably meant himself There also will be grandchildren xJohn W Everett Kennedy at Milwaukee boranci greatgrandchildren present Sheriff rowed a phrase from Sir Winston for barbecued pork ribs and stir George Merrill Labor Industry Meet Proposed By White House WASHINGTON Eisenhower has taker a step toward calling a White House conference of manage ment and union leaders The agenda new ways of settling strikes as crippling as the steel walkout A labor spokesman said Friday night that the Presi dent had asked President George Meany of the AFL C1O to discuss the matter with Secretary of Labor James Mitchell Meany had proposed the conference in a letter to the President Excerpts from the letter and the reply were re leased by the spokesman Al Zack public relations director of the AFLCIO TRAIN WINS COMPETITION WITH This truck and train collided nt a railroad cross ing about five miles south ofIndiana on Legislative Route South Sixth St extension yesin riav iibout 5 p in Fortunately none was injured in the mishap The truck was pushed off the road resulting in about SfiOO damage State Police Ivom the Indiana substation report the oper ator of the truck was Lancer D Fairman Sagamore I am asking Secretary Mitchell to confer with you as to your specific ideas on time place and composition of the conference you Eisenhower wrote He will also explore with rep resentative management leaders their ideas on the subject When I have hefore me the results of these explorations I shall communicate with you Diplomats By Immunity t See 3 Col 2 Pocky Asks Split Press Conference By ALAN CUNE SAN FRANCISCO ring band music Williams blind xPaul W Jeffries and partially deaf has been bed Treasurer ridden for about two years Robert L Hallman His daughter Mrs Willie Mue xWalter J Work Bowles said the old veteran had Prothonotary made a fourpoint request for his Clarence Yates birthday party Lots of people xRonald Johnston lots ofsinging lots of music and Register and Recorder lots of barbecued ribs and hell Sam Cliff Gaul get all she said xDonald Shank An American Legion band will Auditor an plav Dixie and Rchard two of Williams alltime Agnes B Hood D Latrobe Doctors Swindlers Sought photo by Sipos 6Day Boston Paper Strike Ended Today WASHINGTON AP As fat hack as diplomats can thats pretty have en joyed immunity on foreign soil The ancient Greeks even had The White House had no mimewords for jt They dedared an at diate comment after Zack relack on tne an ambas leased some contents of the was an orfense ot the grav letters mature Meany had written Kisenhower Diplomatic immunity was spot that our country must avoid lhis wtek wnen jt was jn drifting by statute into rigid and vokod nere by David Patrick arbitrary rules for collective barHearne 21 son of Irish ambassa gainiug Such drifting can onn serious weakening 01 the slruck and night underpinnings of our whole demoby a deven by young Hearne cratic way of life lhe law stepped aside a coro I he AHLCIO president said he i i iin i r ntr s inquest was called off and hoped a White louse conteience he Boston would induce labor and man xgeat Amerjcan Universityt went J In iwu w i ma n an11 n i j u t w i lavorites An honor uard will f Luther S Williams tor a Louis Peters and a Tony Gallo Police said they nave to accep me publishers offer to Meany said would put both sides immunity 11 n i 1 41 i t i1 T ri t f v vWiiiiam R ri e from ROTC units at HousxWllham Dgt tto nev strict A tornej County Surveyor Francisco radio and television re porters say they wont oppose split news conferences as long as they come first crack at the person beons Lamar High School in interviewed But the oretime member ot Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of Hoods brigade hasnt talked SUrvBvur New York appeared before the aboilt fhe comin8 Pai1 ms cMnrles Plavtoot D M 00 ciioTV men Fridav before holddaughter said J00 ing a press conference and no one He lost so much strength Irom complained Actually each media this last attack that he just spends was present at the others session most of pneumonia since July less xjftul asked questions only at its man own His diel BOSTON AP GREENSBURG Pa man has been arrested newspapers closed for eight clays ment to talk out their problems and two others are being sought on charges ot swindling a by a printers strike were back and come to some solution par Latrobe physician out of in operation today ticularly of those problems typi T The strike ended Fridav right fied bv the attitude of both sides figured in three disorderly mci State police said Friday night that Frank Jones abou when lhe Typographin the steel years and 35 is in the Westmoreland County jail and warrants are out members The prestioe Of the White House vvas released in each case under Police say young Hearne has In Indiana Borough the Sunday movie official count shows votes in favor of movies on Sun to day and no votes Runaway Locomotive Taken Okay 0nH Rut nur Official figures for the highly when ihf Uiiiuhiicin loods and cottee nut per me Ktpuontan pusicitn hell net contested race tor school director f i I i iliililvr incict ilttlSi II IS QtilltlllCI Stljo III II m i i i e i IIMI ixjssibility msisttd on ft drink m White Township shows the fol conferences in Los Angeles Thursto mbble on a nb dna dlink a the day the radio and television men fruit juice at party time walked out in protest Rockefeller explained here tnat If lights from the TV equipment I lUCK him and he likes to see V lios asking the question For today in Eugene Rockefeller again scheduled sepa rate conferences But he put the lowing results Myrtle E McConnell 189 Gladys B Penrod 192 Fred M Barletta 212 xKenneth H Sayers xLisle Brady Lucille N Simpson MS C Merle Craig 941 FirexJohn B Lieb 954 Robert R Luedv 950 n Route 22 Arnow commented The radio TY conference was much more in formative because it was more in formal Our conference produced belter replies and more newsa jvorthy comments than did the ulKn Writing press I dont know Uf ep He said the problem of staging over It is reported a truck going easi on Route 22 about four miles west Hemlock irsville Nu Mine Man Found Dead NuMINK A NuMine man prosecuted for offenses against law and order It includes every thing from passing a red light to murder They even are immune from suits to collect debts The immunity extends to mem bers of an ambassadors family entourage household employes as and servants Anyone who arrests BLAIRSVILLE It was an crashed into a bank nounccd that a 25 foot Hemlock u mai nally has been dona After turning over the dump Conors of the tree are Mr and God I never will said Command news conferences in New Yorkis tnick llllkkiuified Mrs Tom Rovinson Spring St Fireman Harold Johns 45 who tremendously different from driver was not hurt amirdmg to ant Fourlh Ave helped him staging them in San Francisco report The tree vvil 1e al llu lhe railroad called or an cause of the greater number of to lhe was est diamond on West Market St at the e animation A there a intersection of Liberty St man said testimony taken wj The accident occurred near the was under study Free Diamond ring value The Slate Public Utility Com 00 Get free coupons at Rogers mission the investigation Arnow and his colleagues a that as long as they come first Sun Dial restaurant they would not complain KGO TV commentator Tom asserted the Rockefeller party would have been in trouble it we the TVradio men had had to come in Bill Cothrin news director of K RONTV said We dont want to fight with fellow newsmen al any time We definitely prefer a joint news conference and we normally have them in Sun Jrancisco Don news director for and CBS radio for north California said radioTV men object to rehearsed and warmed over Dance tonite Saj ttx Jewelry Nothing to buy Inside The Gazette DKEW 1KAKSON Televisiiui aicICatuied in Drew luday on editorial payi1 4 STKKLKHS IN Ilie Steelers return to battle the imimi See and oilier spoils on pages b and 7 Other Features tins no addresses Ior the men arbitrate unresolved issues on at theconference under public The Stale Department said Fri Officers said tne victim of the wages and fringe benefits pressure to come to some kind tne Dublin government has of scheme was Dr Jack HammiU of The vote reserved the action of of lereci to cooperate in working out Latrobe They said the trio gained Nov 5 when a vote of 561511 op Meany said he hoped the Consome solution of the problems cre Dr Hammills confidence and got posing arbitration precipitated the lerence could produce some Dv tlie envoys son him 10 give them money which strike tary way of ending a strike be lne object of was used for belting at horse Only two of the morning papers fore it becomes as critical as this tne troubled days of rival and tin race tracks the Globe and the Herald were years steel strike The labor presscrupulous kingswas to protect Police said Hammill told them published this morning The Daily ident however did not detail any an ambassador or emissary from EY CITY N 1 AP winnings were put back in an acRecord morning tabloid will remethod he might have had in mind arrest or harm as he acted on be d officials tried to find out count and that the account had sume publication with its Sunday Zack said the President in the all is country abroad what made a 123reached the mark when night editions letter dated Nov 11 awl received Almost out of mutual fear the run loose through the three men look off without The three afternoon papers the Friday had replied that his goal nations ot the world have agreed for miles paying Dr Hammill anything American Evening Globe and the and Meanys proposal are exactly protect each others diplomats V Police described it as a good Traveler canceled todays editions the same A act of Congress set down bvTZ locomotive nt faith congame in which the viebut will resume Monday We regard the Presidents rules that under d ino itlim shows ms faith by investinS The publishers said the three Zack continued as a verv stances may foreign ministers be more money Sunday papers the Sundav Adencouraging response Cii r i n t o a n t away at 50 miles an hour uii i The locomotive left untended o He was no im About 1200 with slipped out the Jersey Central avcilable for comment about other newspaper em Railroad yards late Thursday ployes were idle during the eight night The throbbing giant built i i days up breakneck speed as it hurtled rlnGS vOI jjle prjlUers have been along the rails which were RQMK N Y army getting a base pay of week cleartd by frantic dispatchers colonel has ly plus in pension and welfound shot to death at his home them may himsel be liable to plotting the runaways progress heen a of the fare benefits sought improved here today prosecution imprisonment and The situation had awful outfit Maj Abraham pay terms in a new contract but Local police tentatively said Engineer Chester Baker a City Court judge in citheir demands were noi disclosed fied him as Sloan Gibson approx For lhe most part immunity is Guclmunson 58 the man who livjlian life fined Col Harry A The publishers offer was for imately B8 They withheld a nilautomatic And it is consideied Carlson for driving 50 miles an a 9ceiusanhour raise retroactive ing of suicide pending a complete that a foreign cannot waive it himself Only govern about ments can waive it a State De partment spokesman said In some minor cases diplomatic immunity has been waived but diplomats consider any breech in the privilege may be a dangerous precedent Diplomats are expected volun tarily to obey local laws Contin ued violations of the law may be considered good ground for lemonslrations and even for a de mand upon a foreign government to remove lhe offender Any government can force the withdrawal of an accredited dip lomai bv declaring him personally BALTIMORE Md AP Its quickly caught on when he pressed plan hosier told a reporter 1n um grain six weeks till Christmas but a or into their palms and day night intrac walked away Irom No ITUli a drill Saill has already doled out walked off He handed out about At a lute hour Foster hadnt of tnc euun locomotive before another lrew dollars to the poor Thursday and an undisshown up at his YMCA hotel room may lxrequested tin reported The dispatchers Of mls closed 1iidav authorities in Baltimore but he he offender discovered the error but it was Imt a man iaid phoned from a resuitrani iek o m loo late No IOti was on the mad wjtn a bul a senous Who is this mystery the plione nuiiutv fill inany legal ouuts and ever had an experience hour in a zone Both are to las Jan 1 plus a 15cent adinvestigation aild lo reserves iu llle shifl to lne Gibson was pension and welfare fund 1 11 15 by a neighbor and said it would release ils find ings Monday The railroad said leaving the lo comolive uiitended vvas a violation of its rules even through the throttle was in neutral and the brake was on One train crew apparently Son to Clous In Youth Inherits Distributes It To Needy Johns who went back u the man of He wears people in crowded ruiuluwn low All this publicity Dance onite Club Suvoy by Rockets Music 78x Usiillrdh OMIH s lusswuiU in II XH 10 Obituui i 4 II 1 I VKidio llnitii TUWD Trrii lalk torie halted runaway at Sayreville suid slacks a black suit ciat and blue houses are askirg me to change my he he didnt know whether he would shirt Hes Arthur Douglas Foster 111 suid Imd a dead engineer slumped to llss questions alter of suburban Glyiuon He is single Alter geitinj many about the lloi or a fallen piece of u a housewifes door according lo a tVieiul who the man police picked him up equipment pinning lhe throttle Art yOl Will you use any asked not lo be identified Foster Friday and questioned him 1 ive vou in the right inhenled about from a ter was indigiumi al bin the have involved Supreme Court de cisions lJks Dance tonight music by IMIV nioiuy WEATHER Some hagles Dance Sat niglu by Tommy Phillips Sx tlotiuy windy and nuich colder vv itli snow tonight Low Sunday cloudy windy and much culdei with a lew Hurries High around 30 i the snow Rifles B and I Weaver Lymun scopes easy payments S S H Rogers Jewelry TTS tfx lrlt i i Dance tomle Sat tfx iruism landmothci utticers explained a just Allstute Buttery 14 mo Jtuar K tx Ivolts 11 95 ex around Sears Roebuck Co ladies simply slammed His parents and re common for a mun to in his face when he first both are welltudo 1 hey giving away inoiiiy ni aboul his ponalioporial al have tried lo persuade the bov lo At any rate they couldnt hold lurkev Dinner Thursday Bui mosi give up his uharclhewealih i CwL I Del Hi ou   

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