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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indian A Caunty Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family The question how you often seems to bring out all troubles of a friend Volume 92 Thirtytwo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Wednesday December 2 1959 City EDITION Two Sections ww 11 Douglas Scores American Policies In Asia ACTION ON STRIKE PROMISED BY IKE To Push Peace On Trip he wuuld be to By John M Highiowcr WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said to daythat on his 11natiori toiir he will try to show people U S Supreme Court Justice William O Douglas left talks with Dr Willis Pratt United StateS f partner m the search for president of IS Ft previous to convocation here todav peace witn justice M He told a news conference Two Young Nehru Indias border troubles with Red China and in effect he deplored Red Chinas use of force to settle the issue SOMERSET Pa AP Two Tms and similar mat young sisters drowned Tuesday ters such as the troilbles between after plunging through ice on a lldia and Paklstan ma well be pond at the farm of their granddiscussed as he goes from country parents near here to country Eisenhower said i The children were JotfC6 Presidel1t told questioners i Hammond 4 and her wight a bit TVW daughters of concerned taking on the American people for an emphasis on themilitary and a Mr and William Hammond v mirdon rtf the lack of of the Asian peoples and their of Lake Charles La he will start on Thursday problems in a convocations address at Indiana Stale Teach Somerset firemen said the ers College en were chasing clucks on the But the doctais lie saud xanv Speaking before students at the 11 a m assembly farm of Um Barron at Somer1 See 14 Col 6 the U S Supreme Courtjudge said the military emphasis set R D where thev were and lack of understanding are two of the American errors r T I aoout I ft leet onto tap ICP Ivfnro Also Cites Lack I I J Ut Understanding At Somerset Asian Peoples By BILL HASTINGS News Editor Associate Justice hich have heralded Communism gains in the East and TtTave way Near East Firemen recovered the bodies in We must work out a partnership with a broader conabout four and a half feet of cept of a Democratic World he asserted in water offering a solution to the problem Unless Contract Gets OK By Sterling F Green WASHINGTON President Eisenhower im plied strongly today that government will take decis itve action to settle the steel if management and la bor fail to agree before the TaftHartley injunction ex pires If the parties cannot get anywhere by their bargain ing he told a news confer ence the government cannot sit idly on its hands He added that unless the par ties can get together in a 4ment is in the public inter est somebodyis going tb lost 1 something The Presidept said further that it would be a bad day for the Unifed States if the government was obliged to slep in and abridge the right of free collective bur gaining Eisenhower did not specify what action might be taken nor dud See 14 Col 1 Birth Control Not Business WASHINGTON Eisenhower said emphatically to day it is not the business of the U S government to provide birth control information to anv toun j Discussing his extensive travels A i through Asia Mr Douglas VxOpT6r 1 people want freedom as i well as A CH j We must go to these people a Oil i with ideas not bombs ideas and I I I T Industry To Aid Cleanup CKASH Lutiis Matarazzo 36 of Springfield Delaware County a Philadelphia sub urb lies in Divine Providence Hospital in Williamsport yesterday badly he was the survivor of a plane crash which killed at least 24 other passengers and crew mem bers Nurse is Phyliss Culacino of Lock Haven Pa AP Wirephoto es WASHINGTON AP The broadcasting industry today j pledged cooperation with the gov i eminent in an attack on WASHINGTON Army dld cammei helicopter carrying 3rd Division The pledges were given by pres He addedthat the American idents fhe major networks at a e must exploit the printing and sell the concepts of ists of session Kintner oyr standard of liv rescue helicopters flew the federal agencies to dispel what he men to De Witt Army Hospital at called a pall of suspicion which j n 4 VtBtlvuil Va near Washington has fallen over the industry in the was asked at ins Douglas strewed that an emFour of the nine who in wake vs conference about a roport phasis on bombs and guns as a the first plane were taken off on Donald H McGannon chairman Virginia conference called by Chairman af the Federal Court Upholds Sunday Sales Ban In Penna Q WQ melhod to flht Communism of a committee studying the for eign aid program which recom mended that the United Stales give information to other connmilitary he pointed out is stretchers but the others the TV Code Review Board to waik he National Assn of Broadcast on rangerj advertising standards will he iw pointed out training from A P Hilt at a board meeting Friday and tries which requested it on meth Uur policy ol giving away Reservation in Virginia ISaturdav ods of preventing overpopulation This was widely interpreted as calling for dissemination of birth control data a subject on which potential presidential candidates have commented recently hisenhower said he cannot imagine anything about wlvch he could be more emphatic in be lieving that it is a subject not proper for political or govern ment action function or rfpoii sibility He said the subject has definite religious aspects and he has no jjuarrel with those who oppose dissemination of information about artificial birth control Dick Stephens Dies Early Today Kisenhower noted that the Rocns 77 retired general man Catholic Church through iu contractor and mad lumber deal bishops has reiterated such a er of Homer aTX stand He said he admires and m hls llonie f Jb Ciller tins respects the Catholic Church at o clock As far as the government is an able and respected corn concerned Eisenhower said it leader Mr Stephens WHS does not intend to interfere in the internal affairs of other nations Rsicleti there He said that birth control is an o hls question and it is the Mr Stephens devoted much of business of the other nations to nis time U the work of the Homer nieel it as they choose to do so Methodist Church having As long as he is here liien served as SuperititeiidtiU of the hower said this government will Church School as a lay leader not have a positive political policy trustee and charter member and thai has to Jo with birth control past president of the Working This is not our business he aid Mens Bible Class He was a member of Honur Rummage Sale tomorrow Com City Lodge of the 1UOF the Hom rminity Center Bklg Benefit of t1 Club and the Homer AJuriidne Society City and the Indrana Couniy Board 9 o lulucution CoialGraceton Fire Co party In addition the deceased rule Wed ttx Pagu 14 tul V riy money has not made friends The Army the it has been Russian policy of loaning money coptcl lhat crashed belonged tothat the industry SK more iW at per cent interest has been 3rd Helicopter Wing from FtJiiMjuiroments for acceptance of See 14 Col 4 Belvoir i commercials which Hem jonstrations of product qualities r II III Robert H Kintner president of rOllOWing lhe National Broadcasting Frank Stanton president of the Columbia Broadcasting System and Oliver Trey president o the American Broadcasting network all said their tions carefully screen all adver tising matter presented on nrt work shows Robert F Hurleigli president of the Mutual Broadcasting said broadcasters reject millions of dollars worth of advertising each year He said most of the complaints about TV and adio commercials probably should be directed to local stations rather than networks Kintner termed the session very worthwhile He said the commis sion will keep the pressure in as long as deception in advertising is a Mother Son DielnPgh Fire 3 Hurt PITTSBURGH AP Fir I Hashed through a twostory frame house on Pittsburghs North Side today killing a mother and her small son Three other children were burned two critically Fatally burned was Mrs George Wetxel and her son John I In critical condition at Alle PHILADELPHIA constitutionality of Keith Wt and Ronald Pennsylvanias newest Blue Law has been upheld virtually A sister Karen suffered eliminating Sunday sales of certain items It was a about the nands ing defeat for many large discount houses which do a great1 rocer spotted tlames and deal of business on Sundav sounded the alarm Flames quick in a test case a special threejudge federal court ntled WM 21 luesday that the 1959 amendment to theSunday downstairs with John His mglaw was constitutional butlv was foimd at rhe foot o tht The list of cases to be heard by1 Tne amendment prohibits the A I jstairs the Indiana County Grand Jury sale certain items It imposes beginning Monday Dec 7 at a niaximum fine for a first was released today by Disoffense and a maximum fine trict Attorney J Murray Bitterand U tlaVs in Jail for subsequent UNIONTOWN Pa Fire violations f destroved He estimated preliminary dam Included are the following cases lhe tourt did not rule on the the American Colonial Post age at legality of the original statute List Cases For Grand Jury Hearing A I DIQZ6 Fire Chief J P McCall said apparently started in the kitchen and flashed through tht house Aria 226 North Main legality of the Homer City morals charge passed in The majority Samuel AlcClellen M2 itm sait1 state courts hadnt made Fjre bell Blairsvillf morals whether il applied home in nearby Grindstone to the of Pennsylvanias first Blue Law flames No one was injured on HOMER CITY Dickson Sleph lle life of Homor charge iase Matte Pluto Graceton assault Tlle IH19 law and battery Robert Thomas Henderson in 1794 banning all word man aggravated assault and bal UTV Daniel D Dixonville operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a habit producing drug Chief Paul Mattey esti mated the loss 10 the twostory frame building at Several is a restatement nearby homes were scorched by Steel Girder KillsWorker ly employment or business Sunday The penalty for violation is a fine The ruling means law enforce ment officers in the states ti7 PITTSBURGH massive steel girder struck and killed West Virginia man today at the construction site of the new Fort Pitt Bridge in Pittsburgh Killed was Roy Jesse 33 of St ALTOONA Pa AP Kdward Albans W Va Police said the Fimfschilling 70 of Altoona girder slipped from a crane and Killed By Auto counties may make arrests this killed by a car Tuesday night on hit Jesse an employe of Pitts Jasper Wilmore Orner Alvmia Atu1 llle amendment an Altoona sjreet Police said he burgh Bridge Iron Works Co was passed last August most had stepped off a curb into the was dead on arrival at agreed not to enforce it until this of the vehicle j Mercy Hospital case was Piedra Jose 1M Lawrence Sadler Indiana RD pointing and discharging a deadly weapon See 14 Col X Kagles Party every Thursday Better Early Than Sorry B1CKSON S1EPHENS coniracior dies The Democrats of Pine Iwp Need Help percent of the Democrats of Pilie Twp aiv honest decent citi For ten years we havent been gelling a fair deal Which can he We would like a meeting with the County Chair man and someone his superior to hear our case If meeting can be arranged please contact one ol these men Joe Hannak lleihvood John Domingo Alverda Berringer Strongsiown SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS JohnCoussoule i Said Improving Westmoreland Hospital officials today said the condition of John Coussoule is The loeal theater manager was admitted to the hospital in Greens burg over the following a heart uitack Hospital oliiriuls added that lite lucal man now able to be re moved trout the tent toi uiurvals The added he is allow ed to have visitors Inside The Gazette BOYLK How K Mirvive the hulidny is today by Hal Boyli in his eulnnm on eUJtoriiiJ pajju ti BASKETBALL Hjad the roundup of gauus played on the district haidwoodt on prts pages l4 and Other Features tin rut M IV ttudto tita I tit MM U WKATHEK FOBEL AST READ OUR ADS Sale tomoi row Com munity Center Bldg Benetu ol Society 92 Mostly and cooler tonight vvitb 4 scattered Jikelv Cdrlv tonight Lost Iu tlua I4tutt aud colder with 4   

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