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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Theres one place for sure that ho news Is good ladies bridge party Member of the Family l Volume 80 Sixteen Page Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday November Speedy US Agencies i Attack Labor Racketeers By NORM WALKER WASHINGTON knockout blow is being aim1 ed at labor rackets by all three branches of the federal gov judicial and legislative Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell said the new labor law passed by Congress and administered by his de partment already is beginning to rid unions of corrupt ele ments He said it also is giving union members a full voice in running their organizations Courtappointed monitors today charted a speedy new drive of the big scandalrocked Teamsters Union City EDITION 7 1959 Two Sections Seven Centi IKES SIGHTS ON SPACE x Adenauer In London More Missiles In Future Plans The Supreme Court refused Monday to set aside lower court decisions arming the monitors with sweeping reform enforce ment powers Teamsters Presi dent James R Hoffa said the union though disappointed at the WASHINGTON AP More rulin8wil1 live UP to the courts issilcs less manpower is what But he said it still may emerges from the Eisenhower adchallenge individual reform ministrations 19G1 military hudorders Martin F ODonoghue monitor The President gave tentative apchairman said hls watchdog proval to tins concept Monday at after a fourhour mm wil1 move on a meeting with top Pentagon brass of fronts including charges that and government budget planners could result in removal of Hoffa Spending will remain at about as president the present 41 billion dollars for can move very fast ncv be Jhe starting next Julv 1 5 cause the last legal roadblock is Secretary of Defense Neil H ou of way ODonoghue said McElroy said the Navy and Air meeting with his Force had volunteered to cut two monitor hoard mem their manpower requirements a little in 1961 To offset this loss reporting on the first they can look forward to more wn months of of lhc ard better missiles and more anticorruption provisions of the atomicpowwed submarines A npw aboj said some u jon second nuclearpowered aircraft offjdals wjtb crimina or Commu carner for the Navy failed to get njst backgrounds already have approval quit Iinj0n Offjce He said nearly f The Army and Marine Corps relOO complaints are under active1 sisted j pressures to cut iheir investigation and some will be forces turned over to the Justice Depart McEIroy foreshadowing the new shape of war in the missile said For Meeting i With Mac On Summit By ARTHUR GAVSHON LONDON AP German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer arrived today for talks with Prime Minister Harold Mac niillan lo disperse nagging misunderstanding b e I w e e n West Germany and Britain In three days ol consulta tions Macmillan and Arlen aucr hope to coordinate fur JOHN R TORQUATO given state post Davey Picks Torquato For NASA Budget i Confab By D B CORNELL AUGUSTA Ga AP President Kisenhower set his sights today on space and the budget to finance its explora tion He proceeded to discuss with Administrator T Keith Glennan Ihe National Aero nautics and Space Adminis trations requests for more money starting next July 1 I NASA is the civilian agency with ilull military no longer has perfecting jhuse rockets i One NASA project is Saturn The goal a booster rocket with million pounds of thrust This double the push which sent Soviet rocket around the moon toward 104 For the current fiscal year Con 1 gress set aside for all civilian space activities The fig to go up al to Gatwick Airport 30 miles outmission and John R Torquato of side London Johnstown to the Pennsylvania See US 7 Col 1 A 11 age said the nation must face some time in the future the ques tion of calling back some of its troops overseas No cut in k t forces is in prospect for the next 18 months w In concert with McKlroys think the Air Force chief os taff Monday told the meeting of NATO parliamentarians here to expect Cold air moved into Wjstern cutbacks in conventional forces Pennsylvania today and with gusty including manned aircraft in the winds started a steady drop in temperatures A low of zero to 10 above was COLD AND SO WETFour persons huddle atop sieetcovered boulder in the south fork of the Clearwater River near Grangcville Idaho alter their small foreignmade station wijgon went into the river after skidding off the icy roadway The four were almost four hours i atop the boulder before a rope was tossed to them and they were hauled to shore cold and with out serious injuries They were Mrs Margaret Butts 30 of Clarkston her son Gary 14 and her nicerand nephew Sharon Bonton 17 aid Dewayne Renton 15 AP Bill lo Change ISTC Name On House Floor half affWestPenna Train Crash Kills Crewman Hurt LONDON British news paper today said Irish national A bill that would change Indiana State Teachers College ists arf plotting to kidnap Prince to Indiana State College was scheduled to appear the floor Charles but Scotland Yard of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for discussion tne story off and action today i The Dailv Herald daime that The bill is sponsored by Rep William G Buchanan of a by lrish gunme RIndiana i s the real reason lor increased Buchanans bill 11 Rliards arouivj Chcam Schonl future See 7 Col 4 WAUSEON Ohio forecast for the northwestern and crewmen leaped for their lives i i i 1 1 LUUI tirt oj v i ivtt in jv in A would also change the othtfr state Berkshire where the 11yearold Pi heir to the British throne gels his education mittee yesterday afternoon and put teachers colleges in the commonwealth into state colleges As The bill was brought out of com eign policies in anticipation ut Q an EastWest summit conlerj J CH6 I OST ence next spring or Macmillan went from a Cabinet HARRISBURG AP Gov meeting to the railroad station Lawrence has asked the Republi wherehe shook hands and chalcancontrolled Senate to confirm and it b bj fed with the West Gerappointment of Democrats to five amanned rnVkt alnft man leader ihigMeve state posts and an Sv P A crowd of 300 inside the staIRheny County judgeship AMnn SaturnPlt tion and along the Some ot the appointments made wilnessecl the arrival with a few Monday may be headed for cheers but no evidence of real trouble in the Senate warmth These include the nomination of ure appears likclv Adenauer came to Britain with Mayor Robert W Anthony of some of th a minimum ot fanfare He Hew toona to the Public Utjlity Combe 01 6 Space operations still would There he exchanged greeings Securities Commission clann only a comparatively small with John Profumo minister of The Senate already has delayed parl budget The mill state for foreign affairs aid reaction for seven months on another share 1S the blg oneroughly viewed guard of honor Then his Democratic PUC appointee Wil party went by train to liam F OHara of Scranton Con Considerable giveandtake will firmation of both Anthony and OHara would give Democrats control of the commission and 200 patronage jobs for the first time in 20 years Anthony became Altoonas nrsLj Democratic mayor Jff When elected in 1955 He was named to the job to succeed the late Henry Houck of Tele Shenandoah VIS10n far Dick Clark Torquato 51yearold an Amertcan Broadcasting Co request he drop outside business See DaveyPage 7 tol L interesls to reniain wjth the jwojk his manager said today I Marvin Josephson issued j statement saying Clark was told jby ABC to either divest himself jof interests in record manirfactur jing and com panics or leave the network j Clark is the star of a nationwide dance program for teenagers See 7 Col 3 Charge Irish jKidnap Plot On Prince See 7 Col I Dick Clark irsl Quits Jobs i vasOutsiaeTY to v in Fast Burglars Take Elders 6 Teenagers Orown In Odd Mishap westbound freight tram crashed on tne House tloor tor action southwestern sections of tonight to trus action Buchanan Tlie outbreak of artic air also 1Catl on 1t0 a eastbound made an appeal for support of his will overwhelm the central and lreiSlu on lne Wabash Railroad bill while addressing the state con eastern sections with lows in the today killing a brakeman and invention of the Council of Republi 20s tonight juring four other men cun Wonie11 currently being held Rain mixed with light snow fell in parts of Western Pennsylvania The two diesel locomotives were demolished and 10 cars were scat ured off the tracks in Harrisbnrg In outlining the Republican pro gram on higher education he told The central and eastern sections LONGV1EW Wash AP A had rain car carrying six teenage boys The forecast for today and toOne of the trains was traveling our facilities for higher education all neighborhood chums out on a night in Western Pennsylvania wes wilh cars midway on a to the increasing number of dnve plummeted off a 25foot emcall for cloudy windy and beenm He slated thai this expansion ot Finds Running Loose In Borough State Police from the Indiana substation today are faced with the mystery of the missing pig ELDERS RIDGE Burglars It also was disclosed that An There is nothing sinister about take time to crack the safe tnon Mammarella producer of the increased guard on the al Joint High School the program refused to bow to said the Scotland Saturday morning tne has resigned man It was done to prevent any Thev picked up the 450 pound Mammarella said he and Clark annoyance from people wanderstructure and walked out of the own onethird interest in a ing near the Philadelphia record company The Daily Herald said it had The safe state police said today whicn nas issued several popular learned from Irish sources that contained about in cash hit times in tne Past few Vears the Fianna of in checks and two LoweCampbell Josephson of Larchmont N said Clark still has those interests gram on higher education he told Actually it is the olwner of the fanatical group ot wint stop watches j the group that we must expand nip that lhl ed gunmen who broke awav from State Trooper Thomas Hudock Dut lle is 8omg to get rid of tnem V PB lllcl1 IS lne no losfnhsnn said rherft nevpr bankment and overturned into a coming vexv cold with snow hftween Delia and Montpeliei i rMhtif ifttM Kll mystery one knows who he is It seems a Johnstown The other headed east with swampland slough Monday night ries and heavy snow squallsnear T cohLe since must nroVide u M cars and bound tor Toledo from space must provide scnOol found ity logical place to expand fall from the low 30s to zero to Apparently there were only sec in onds wannng Several ot the etiucauon in oiuu Five of the six drowned lv The dead included two pairs of Montpelicr was stopped brothers The survivor Francis Hughes 10 above 16 told officers he did not know1 The outlook for Wednesday is how the accident occurred partly cloudy and cold with Jllst hefore lhe wreck Hughes was sitting in the front casional snow flurries and tPm1 n A similir bill was also released ot Danville was a brakeman A sinnuii oin vvds aisu luidsiu on the westbound train bv tlic rules committee of the His body was covered with ions State Senate and awaits ac lion by that body immediately be Sponsors of the bill in the Senate diesel sheared ncude Sens Albert Pechan Ford Punxsn driving in Indiana this morning near the vicinity of the high running in the Irish Republican army hve Indiana said the safe was a Mos Josephson said never been planning to swoop on the ler model It was slate prey in was anv secrtt Clark had out man school AurhoYities do not regard color and was inches 24 side interests He saidClark told the street He put Ihe a pig pig in his truck said is at Ihe present colleges Thedead man Meeks 52 and universities seat between two other boys when peratttres in the 1828 degree the car u turn at an interrange section four miles west of By Thursday the center of he Anyone who lost a pig should contact the Indiana substation of the State Police the threat too seriously but they inches wide and 24 inches deerx tlbo1 them tecently in dare not take any chances with The cash was mostly in bills article the life of the hair to the and change Hudock saLJ of The Herald said there was the money was in envelopes each speculation that the Irishmen containing with a students want to hold the prince hostage name until the British government The robbery he said occurred agrees toturn over Northern Iresometime between midnight Fri a part of the United day night and early Saturday the Irish Republic morning a maga Lava Belches From Crater In Hawaii The machine landed upside down high pressureshould be east with wrecka8e in about 20 feet of water some moderation taking place A hWer 1 was grabbing for the door 1 llind the engine from its chassis and Cltv and Artluir Kramer Pur twisted the steel debris almost tawney Pechan is a truste grabbing Hughes said 1 dont re Vandle nugues saiu i uun i re I A F I member I W rleminQ He madfi it to shore struggled n A up the bank and flagged down a rQSSGS AWQY passing truck Car in was all he was w Fleming S3 1244 able to gasp out to the truck St passed away driver at 2 oclock Rescue operations began imme Mr Fleming a at lruslw straight up in the air IS 1C Wabash officials said they had Purpose of the bill is to broaden not learned why both trains were the ol diately Skindivers operating in mail carrier is educational aspects at state Water faced on the same set of tracks leaclKrs Colleges so that they will this afternoon Admitted 10 a hospital in llot hl limited to the Wauseon were George Lamb 73 degrees only retired rural of Peru Chester Mooney 48 survived by his of Peru Hodson 35 Peru Crashed With 42 Was Downed Plane the murky slough which MarV Fleming mid Robert Christy 33 of Toledo along the road between here and A complete obituary will appear Mooney reportedly was in criti Villow Grove for nearly a mile m tomorrows Indiana Evening Gacal condition from shock and possible internal injuries had to their way to the car Two bodies were found in the machine The three others later were recovered in dragging oper ations The nearly stagnant area of wa ter which is caused by a slow flowing creek is about 150 feet across at he point where the car plunged off the embankment The dead were identified as Randolph 17 driver of the car Jerry Walslon 15 and his brother Floyd 13 Bill Webster 16 and brother Dick 13 All within five blocks of each other Inside The Gazette COMMITTEE Anyone who bolungs to a coinnuttee and will to i end Hal Boyles column today on pigr b BASKETBALL Indiana State Tenchers tolUne season slaits Dei See details on pages 10 and 11 Other Features Cites School Growth In Pa 1 busi ness executive predicts NEW ORLEANS there an explosion eir vania colleges will double enrollments faculties and sports programs by 11170 Kills are hitting the books Ivird w than in my said Thomas B McCahe of Chester presi dent ol tin Scott Paper Co Theyll he doing it harder in the vears to come Their physical development must keep pace lhc He spoke at he Max well Iooiball Clubs weekly lunch with 42 per was did it II there in afler lhe crash Members of the HONOLULU AP Glowing lava continued 10 belch from a roaring fountain in Kilauea crat er today amid predictions the lourdayold eruption would con tinue for some time Although only one of the original fiery fountains was ac live ii spurted tremendous jets of molten rock into the pit of the crater and blasted rock arid lava more than 100 feet into the air Billowing clouds of steam and sul phur gas continue to rise lliou of feet into the sky Reports from the Kiluuea vol cano iii on Hawaii Island some 200 miles southeast of Honolulu aid i he roar from the single ixnaing lountum seemed louder ol Mexico lachmeni al New Orleans saw clothes were ripped to shreds as j combiied was spread over a if from an explosion lhe mipuon has not Victim of Explosion AP Was biloxi Miss Griswold said Oaxd the Na Lt James L Sigman executive Both said the thev saw tional Airlines liner that officer of the Coast Guard air dewere floating face down and their crashed in Ihe Gul abcard the wreckage come biiore comparatively small area of two Coast Guard rescue tinm pu the sharkinfested waters believe there arty iii three him In miles This indicated lo irolUd the llOOfixit deep said that the explosion searching for more bodies imposed aav threat to sumimd inii turni areas Mary Pickford for came utter the plane hit the Nine bodies picked up Monduv was nn exwaier were brought to the Air But they dont agree on Bui two Air Force fliers vho Force Base hospital early loda when it occurred There apparentspent lour hours over the Charles Collar in charge the ly no survivors jamong the ili said hocausf the wreckage so Civil Aeronautics Bureau itnsii passengers and b ciew members scattered it seemed lo them the gat ion learn saul the remains will BtA V HI1 S alii AP to supply the answers plane exploded in lhe air be in the custodv of a Former screen actress Mary of the vie The two were Capi Raymond pathological team flown in from Picktord Ull in her home Monday The bodies of nin Little League Benefit Dance So kol Club in 9 to 1J Nov 18 Music by Ken Orch Cuuuly Tcro Jilk io mils I illl eon the Nulet spurts TV Iadio Hi rut i VVoilU lu in11 i i Hiis a former chairman of Federal Reserve Board lints have been recov Guard cutter afrivec earlier Lred A Coast M Griswold pilot of an SA16 Washington lo look for evidence und Iructured a collarbone She and oVbris from th m Spagheiti Dinner Hotel Homer Wed 5 to 8 Post 7412 81x WEATHER Low tonight to 10 above Partly and day with occasional snow Humes High IS lo 26 live Diamond rinu value Si 00 Gel fret at ROJLTS uam ul XJStal Jewelry Nothing to IHIV lomer tiivLegion parts tonne Robins ilarly Bird SUx aboard the cutter cral sacks of mail The were taken to Uu Air 1orce Bast with them rescue plane l at GuHport Albatross amphibian search and that may help the investigation is being treated at Jier home A spocial FBI disaster A member ot her household tion unit also is helping with the stuff said he caught her heel in i a ideiitiiicaiion hifk rug in u dreeing room he George Clark of loii Worth and tell against the corner of and Capi A ihe navigaior is II lhe lane had been evI urge pieit or pieces when hit the wutci the wreckage1 41 charge ol the CAB saltable Her phywcwa wwi have been mine conciniraiii It vagc said ii may v Pickfoids is Hospital ill n L have covered a iiveiiilc to locate lne siiakeu wJeck 14 W wreck also Ihev had   

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