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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family There Is nothing wrong in hav ing nothing to say unless you in ml on saying it Jhtft atut Volume 82 Thirtytwo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday November 19 1959 City EDITION Seven Csntj US Cranberry Industry Agree On Sal es Okay Berry Label WASHINGTON AP government and the cran rry industry agreed today on a plan for labeling berries tested and found free from the weed killer It is expected to lift susj picion quickly from millions of pounds of berries and berry products and permit housewives to buy them with confidence for Thanksgiving dinners Berries from tested lots will C3rry one of two labels Examined and passed by the Food and Drug Administration of the Department of Education and or Certified safe under the plan approved by the government tor This latter statement will mean the testing was done under ap toved FDA procedures but not by e TDA itself Such certification must be signed by the packer or distributor who had the testing done Secretary Arthur S Flemmingj of the Department of Health Education and Welfare announced the plan at a news conference Industry representatives attended Flemming declined to estimate ust how many certified berries be available for Thanks giving But Ambrose E Stevens an in cUiMry representative be an awful lot of them around for Flemming answered in the af firmative a question as to whether his advice would be that the housewife order only labeled ber See 12 Col 1 i NEW CONTRACT OFFER BY STEEL COMPANIES THE LIGHTS MAY OUT SOONLittle Jackie Foster 7 sits by a gailydecorated Christmas tree holding a gift toy ritle is he celebrated Christmas more than a month early yesterday The boy left eye removed at 13 months because of cancer was scheduled to enter a hospital in Philadelphia today to have the right eye removed bocuase its afflicted with cancer Jackie is one of five children the other four all younger His father victim uf an industrial accident hasnt worked for months Its going to be a pretty blonk Christmas all says J acmes father lAPWin Jealousy ExBoy Friend Slays Girl Escort Commits Suicide i BOSTON attractive divorcee and her escort were shot dead in a Boston street Wednesday night and about 12 hours later a former boy friend of hers committed suicide on the grounds oi the Cambridge Public Library Ballistics tests were incomplete but investigators ex pressed belief the case probably would be closed as a double murder and suicide No Readers of the Gazette comics will have to wait a day to fol low their favorite cartoon char acters Advertising in todays edition has caused the comic pages to be dropped Legislation Said Revived HARRISBURG AP Legisla tion to step up inspection of mines has been revived by its supporters the administration After a conference with admin istration officials and legislators Wednesday it was agreed that the governor would sign the legislation into law The proposal is one of a pack age of bills submitted to the Legis lature by the special HouseSenate committee which investigated the mine disaster near Pittston in I County last January I0li already had been approved by both House and Senate but flov Lawrence sent it back to the Legislature after his Mines Department advised him there v as not enough money to support the estimated additional the increased inspections would cost in a bennium David H Kurtzman secretary of administration said Mines Sec Joseph T Kennedy agreed transfer money from a fund for scaling abandoned mines The bill will require inspections of every mine and colliery at least once every two months Under present law they are inspected every three to six months depend ing upon the size of the operation Say Adenauer Mac In Arms Agreement 60Budget Edward F Tumulty IM a for mer taxi driver sought for ques tioning in the double slaying shot himself through the head in Cam bridge He died two hours later without regaining consciousness Cambridge and Boston artsep arated by the Charles River Tumultywas named as wanted after Miss Barbara M Beds 50 a secretary and Louis Vuonu 40 a Worcester engineer were shot down in iv Back Bay street The couple were shot near Bos TAibJic lley Square area Police said Tumulty is known to have dated Miss Betts sporiical CCHTICK AND VICTIM OK IHNTIXG UCIDTNTHailow H Curtice left former head of the General Motors shut and killed one of his closest friends Harry W Anderson tH right retired former director of Inooirelations for General Motors in a hunting accident yesterday Accident took phice in a duck blind on an island in the St Clm River near Island Out vYP Wire AUGUSTA Ga Maurice H Stans said After going over all the WALPOLE ISLAND put AP Pale and shaken grief and shock Harlbw H Curtice retired president Police also said that Konrad today the odds have swung agams on twf occasions hjred Minister budsel for lhe curmit detectives fiscal year head of General Motors accompanied the body of the he had accidentally shot and killed out of the St River marshes at Harry Anderson was my very dear friend after having the tall dignified industrialist said Bells privite to keep Tumulty from bothering her as she left her job nondaily as secretary to the 1 total seeing on By TOM OCH1LTREE LONDON AP West German Chancellor Adenauer said today that he and British Prime Harold Macmlllan have reached complete agreement on the disarmament problem The chancellor tolds a news conference that Western military halt of the budset for Brown Brothers Harriman proposals at the Geneva foreign ministers conference Presidem Eisenhower Sums Boston brokerage firm summer remain the basic position on European security he spending was snot dow A 10puwer commission in which East and West will have equal to begin work on disarmament early in the comingyear Adenauer speaking to f0 cor respondents said he and Macmil lan had had a successful exchange of views during his three day stay here DETROIT Edsel to Adenauer expressed full symday became the first casualty of pa thy and agreement with a the new automotive battle o the phased disarmament plan introcompact cars Ford announced it duced by British Foreign Secrewill abandon the mediumprice Selwyn Lloyd in the U N car immediately ExGM Friend In Accident Quickly Refused ByUnion PITTSBURGH basic steel industry today dis closed it had submitted a new contract proposal to the Unit ed Steelworkers Union The union promptly announced rejection of the offer The union in a formal sate inent said the industry pro posal was made on Nov 15 and turned down the same clay The new proposal the union said represents virtually no change from the proposition the company made last Oct 17 That offer was rejected bv the 171member Wage Policy Committee The union estimated the latest offer as being worth about 24 cents an hour over the threeyear peri od It estimated the previous offer at cents an hour In disclosingthe latest offer R Conrad Cooper chief industry negotiator estimated the new pro posalAvould cost the companies 30 cents an hour over a threeyear i period See 12 Col 2 Clfir Edsel Line Dropped By Ford Motor tary General Assembly Duringthe talks in September here the Brit lOiHMO Introduced oulv tw rne ish prime minister assured Adeket more tha riauer that Britain has no intenWere sold I ess than 100 l I lion of working out some secret built in the last two weeks arrangement with the Soviet UnFord diverted ion on military disengagement in other lines azone on both sides of the Iron for the new fiscal year apparently ginning July I will probably be in had dinner and as they were Ashenfaced the tiliyearold Curtice had difficulty excess ot 80 billion dollars getting into Vuonas car parked mustering words in describing the hunting accident to Onta But the terms in which he was just off Copley Square rio provincial police Wednesday talking at an airport news conferBoth fell mortally wounded acHarry W Anderson 7 a re ence made it apparent the adminross the street from the Boston vjct president was istration has a job cut out for itUniversity School of Music i few by a blast from a 12gaue self in trying to stay within 81 feet from the traditional finish sholwim fired by Curtice as they were hunting ducks on Ste Annes Island in the St Clair River be een the United States and Can ada For many years Anderson was top negotiator in contract talks with the United Auto Work HARRISBURG plan to ers Union extend a newspapermans immun Provincial Police Constable Bud steel didnt pan out ity from disclosing news sources Collins after questioning Curtice billions Stans said he hasnt given up hope of a balanced budget for this year but the impact of the steel strike has turned the odds against it Early in September he had figured that unmatched prosperity and a quick settlement of the nt pan out See 12 Col 2 Seek To Extend News Immunity scarce steel o bring the government the fiscal surplus Stuis and to radio and television newsmen said the shooting was accidental with a won final legislative approval and that it would be so reported to Wednesday provincial headquarters today The Senate unanimously concurThe County Coroner Dr Penn State Said Favoring Liberty Bowl UNIVERSITY PARK Pa AP State University football players have indicated a prefer ence for the Liberty Bowl game in Philadelphia Dec 19 it was learned here tmlay A reliable source said the Nit lany Lions players voted a omcial unanimously to play in a howl that the IWil red in a House change Henrich said a decision on ISTC Sewage till Passed looking more toward Curtain in Europe a than that of KlliO in a that records of news broadcasts holding an inquest will be madi But Adenauer did not mention saici sules ot ttie Edsel conference this morning be kept for a year when police investigation is com disengagement at the news conn liko the Presidents office at Angus Hie measure now goes to Gov pleted ference 7 ta National Golf Club Lawrence for signature See 12 Col Adenauer repeated disappointin assurances while company lines has to been Lrting tween the sixnation Common Market of which she is a mem See 12 Col 3 The General Assembly last eve ning passed Rep William G Bu chanans bill which provides an appropriation pf to the Borough of Indiana for construc tion of a sanitary sewer This bill has been sent to the governor for his action Buchanan stated this morn jffg that this appropriation is for the purpose of paying the states share in constructing a sanitary trunk sewer The repre sents about onesixth of the pro jects cost Since Indiana State Teachers College is a state institution the Assemblyman said he believes I hi slate should pay its share o the total cost ruther than require taxpayers to pay the ire cost According to Buchanan the sani tary trunk sewer is to carry the sewage from the western part ol the borough including 1STC to the point in White Twp where it will connect with the main outfall ot the borough that West Germany would coop crate in averting a trade war be In view of this high consumer preference for the other company lines and the severe decline in the demand for Edsel cars the con tinned production of the Edsel is not justified especially in view of the shortage of Ford said in its formal announcement Total model production of the Edsel has been approximately cars In all of 1959 only about of the cars have been built Ford claimed sales Victim Still Said Serious Mrs Betty Smith 38 78 Maple Homer City remains in ser ious condition today in the Indi ana Hospital Mrs Smith was injured yester day morning in a cartruck colli sion on Route 119 about a mile north of Homer Citv For US Armed Want Cars At Each of its uilier ear lines during the first 10 days of November jumped 40 per cent above sales of the same ears dur ing the similar period last year The Edsel has been assembled By BEN PHLEGAR AP Automotive Writer DETROIT If you have mit bids The law says the top price is for a sedan or SL if0 tor a station wagon at the lac stand relatives friends and alumni to attend The source also said State of licials have indicated a preference for the Air Force Academy as an opponent Texas Christian is said to be states second choice Oncebeaten Stale would be thi liost team in the first edition of the Liberty Bowl if it accepts the invitation of copromoters George Kerrigan and Bud Dudley Nittany Lions and their opponents could reap a financial with the take ranging from 000 each to a maximum of 000 State which seeks its ninth vic tory ol the season Saturday against traditional rival Pitts burgh has lost only to Syracuse the nations No 1 team That was a JO18 thriller three weeks ago 2 Million Ford Shares to Be Sold WASHINGTON Ford Foundation announced today it will sell two miljion shares of Ford Motor Co common stock to the public The price at which the shares will be sold will be announced later The closing price in trading in Ford stock on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday was a share i Announcement of the intention to sell the big block of shares was made when the Ford Co asked the Securities and Ex change Commission to permit their sale Ford said the foundation wants to diversify its investments The foundation which sponsors a wide variety of philanthropies was set up under the will of Henry Ford and its assets originally consisted only of Ford stock This is the third sale of Ford stock bv the foundation Louisville Ky plant at Fords plant will continue to iniiW ot the Indiana Hospual said Mrs Smith received division will become ous lacerations of the lace Mrs Mary Wisniewski iW Station Homer City a passen ger in the car operated by Mrs Smith is listed today as being slightly improved James Moretli 19 Indiana RD 2 upcrator of the truck involved in the accident is termed satis Iactorv LincolnMercury company division of the the The Weather Partly cloudy and cooler to night Low in the 20s Friday mostly sunny and cool High 33 to 44 the compact cars plus the ardsiml Ford Chevrolet Ply State mouth and Dodge Dart Walker university trouble deciding what car to buy tory including the 10 per cent led This particular meeting is not a president talked Tuesday with the consider the problem if you were cral excise tax Although pan of buying session An OTAC reprelimvl promoters and promised a in the market for cars and the government the armed forces sentative explained this is the lirst your budget said you couldnt pay have to pay this tax on any car lime all ol the cars have been more than apiece bought for use in this country made available at one time in one This is the situation that laces Last veai the OTAC bought Lplace and the OTAC thought it a the Ordnance Tank Automotive KM station wagons and se Ccmmand which buys the cars of dans The UHiO purchases prob al of the armed services ably will run about the same In an effort to keep everybody One of lhe purposes of the cur happy OTAC invited policylevel rent conlcrcnce is to review the idea to invite the services it for to inspect the cars first Club Savoy Fish Fry every Friday evening at Club Savoy S4xC Bananas lOc Ib Large juice Bananas lOc Ib Large oranges I Shortys Fruit oranges 3 Shortys Wayne Avu Ext S2x Wayne Ave Exl juice Fruit brass from the Army Navy and Air Force lor a twoday getto gether at its Demm Arsciul Head quarters Tlumilitary draws up a set ot specifications for its cars Ihen in vites the manulaciureis to with an eve to the new compact cars lust to get the leel dl things military representa tives Wednesday hail the chance rule and drive IS different mod els of the Corvair lalcon Valiant Lark standard Ramblei and Ram bci Ameruun generally known as buys hand A representative of the maiui laciurcrs indicated the military might find ii difficult this year to secure bids at or less on the standard cars The first liii test will come next month v hen the General Services Admin istration which buys curs for gov ernment civilian use asks bids foi about reply some time this week to the inviiamm It is believed Dr Wal ker will wait until alter the Put game Saturday UF Meet Site The meeting ol the Indiana Coun ty United Fund Community Divi sion will held at the Cross on Church St Fri day afternoon at not at the Cumnimaiy Center 5961 Budget About Ready HARRISBURG states 195961 budget is just about settled Bills calling for 1JI1 million dol lars in appropriations to stateaid ed hospitals homes colleges and other institutions were sent to Gov Lawrence for final action The House agreed Wednesday to Senate changes trimming tht appropriations by about 5 million dollars from the amounts original ly pussed by the House The only appropriations still pending in the Legislature are lite remainder of some 9 million dol lars in nonbudgeted items tacked on by the legislators and agreed to by the administration The linul budget the adminis tration estimated would be Originally the adminis tration submitted a budget The administration cut that itself by about M the piuiKJ Free UiumooU ring 00 Gel free coupons n Jewelry Nothing to iiu Fowl Sale Bazaar Sat Nov 21 Christ Episcopal Church Parish Huusc We JMIVKC mem 141   

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