Thursday, December 3, 1959

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana Caunty Newspaper That Every Member of the Family The fellow who drinks like A fish should give up driving his car and learn to swim City Volume 93 Twentyeight Pages EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Thursday December 3 1959 Two Sections Seven FRENCH DAN COLLAPSES AT LEAST 140 DEATHS REPORTED Massive Torrent USWs Move Next Slashes Through GIANT INDIANA COUNTY TKKK 40foot Norway Spruce from Indiana A was set in place yesterday at Pittsburgh Gateway Cejiter A crane with a 100foot boom ed the traditional Christinas tree into place This year its in a new the Gateway underground fejstsfr adjacent to the State Off ice Building In the past it stood amoiiM the three onuinal Gfilewiiv ipers foiunaijj Tlijtree vyitl lifViecoruted wi sf P iiiet Last Offers Said Made By Firms WASHINGTON AP The industrys chief nego tiator said today the next move to settle the steel labor dispute very definitely up to the United Steelworkers Union R Conrad Cooper execu tive vice president of U S Steel said he was hope ful but not optimistic that the contract squabble will be sel tled before the TaflHartley 80day injunction expires Cooper told newsmen the indus try has made a number of settle ment offers nil turned down by the union Me said the latest were on Oct IV and Nov Li and we have received no offer from the union since Asked whether he ftlt the next move is up to the union Cooper replied Very definitely It is i Cooper said lie had no idea whether tlieitrfion comiiiK P m He talked vaftiM a twohour TIRED OF SITTING Capt Shelton 1 Anthony lr slumps in seat he occupied for SO hours ill minutes while flying a BI7 jet some miles to set an inflight record for the big planes Hes with the air re search and development com mand at Wright Air Develop ment Center Dayton Ohio Revolt Try ried Bv i T Ike Leaves On Long Tour Tonite WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower lakes off for Rome tonight on the first leg if a jetpropelled goodwill lour of 11 nations His departure immediately Jtfter a radiotelevision speech to the nation will follow a full days work scheduie It in cludes a series of conferences and the second meeting this week of the National Security with which has been discussing budgetary and other matters T h e broadcast starting at p m EST was expected to include both a new plea tor settlement of the steel dispute and an explanation of Eisenhowers purposes in mak ing his extraordinary journey Peaceful Valley France AP A massive torrent released by the thundering collapse of a dam left a sluice of death silt and destruction today along the rich ran River Valley in the French Riviera At least 140 persons are dead and missing Millions of Ions of water hacked up behind the 185foot high Ma I passe t Dam by five days of heavy rain were loosed upon Ihe peacefully sleeping farm valley Wednesday night The vvaler smashed houses uprooted trees rolled over trucks derailed trains and broke telegraph and telephone poles Hours rescuers btan arriving ami the wains subsided into the full range of disaster became appar int The fourmile wide 1G miles southwest of Cannes tr a jumbled canal of wreckage and silt The rushing waters partly flood FCC Orders Report On Payola Family of 5 Perish In Coast Crash WASHINGTON AP The this town of which was Federal Communications Commis toinvled by lulius Caesar in 49 sioti today ordered every hroad and was one of the casting station in the country to the Allied invasion of report promptly whether any pay sonthern France in 1944 ola practice has figured in iis op The old Roman eraiions during the past year The Juterne weut out to stations It covers both commer cial and educational outlets in the standard radio FM radio and tele ihe towns main tourist attra was under water Lines of bodies lay morgues of Frejus and towns the ivnby i Pierre Seraud Catdam vvsuchnuui at the vision Hoffa Tells Teamsters To Ignore Picket Lines Laura Lamar High School Open House Joseph F Finnegan director ol the Federal Mediation and Concil iation Service was asked wheth t er the government is seeking to ipry a new proposal from the un ion We are usingevery effort we Finnegan said to explore all the areas where a compro mise of the differences might Finnegan was due lo meet with the union in the afternoon He scheduled another session with i the industrys bargaining team in the iuture will one exceppri JANEIRO Brazil AP air force ofncers several air force planes and reportedly hijacked a fourengine Passenger liner today in a revoh againsi President luscelino Kubit loss through lawsuits government action or any other expense incurred by the Team A primary strike is one called HOMER CITY Open House exception on primary picket lines the new million Laura mar High School will be lf 1e slnkmR union Monday Dec 7 from 8 to anlee the Ieamsters against any it was announced today by school officials Arrangements have been made for guides to take visitors on a tour of the building This will en interested persons to see all points of Loroy Smith high school principal stated Teachers will be in their rooms to answer questions concerning the new building Prior to the open house the Laura Lamar School Board will conduct its annual reorganisation meeting As a preview to Monday nights xorogram the today feat two pages of photos of the new school Please turn lo pages 10 and 11 CHICAGO AP James R Hoffa says Teamsters Union members in the future will one lionall picket lines set up by other unions wilh newsmen All leamsters locals will have orders Holla the before the meeting with the incdi Teamsters president told newsmen Wednesday to drive Cooper had indicated the through recognitional organizational and primary picket iidustry wouldnt necessarily i stand pat on its latest offer to ilornia family of five waskilled their station wagon was struck by a truck on an icy jughway rlear this eastern Wash ington town The State Patrol identified the dead as John 41 lahoe1 Valley his wife and their three children names and ages not learncd The driver of the truck Bob McCarthy Spokane told officers the station wagon bejan to swerve into his lane said he tried to steer into the op posite lane to avoid a crush but the truck hit the side of the sta tion wagon McCarthy was not hurt Freezing rain and sleet coated with ice during the u this he wife The FCC order rtqffires that the stations file sworn sttattnrtetiis not later ttian operations since Nov I 19i8 Payola is a term covering area hi night lines i The Teamsters will make an by a union recognized under law as the collective bargaining agent for workers at a specified com pany Bandit Taken Near Butler Pa Canton Ohio man who Mrs Lena Rubin DieslnPqh of Star Mrs Lena Rubin wift Furniture official Isador Rubin pussed away this morning in PittsAlma M The shooting occurred at the home of Mrs Hoovers son A complete obituary appears in William Carney at Uniontown todays Indiana Evening Gazette R D 2 state police said eluded them in an 100mile an hour chase after a service station holdup was cap lured at gunpoint near this Butler 1 bus under Hotfa s order Coumy Officers said Clifford Hughes surrendered without resistance as he was found hiding in an aban doned diner He had volver they added Police who charged with armed robbery and placed him in he Mercer County jail at Mercer said Hughes stole an auto in Canton drove it to Sandy Lake and obtained in a holdup at a service station Wednesday niglu Officers said Hughes stole a Penn sylvania license plate at Franklin Pa After the holdup Stale Trooper James in his patrol car spoiled Hughes car near Mercer Loftus gave chase dnvworkers ing with his right hand and tiring imlustrv Leamsters members would cross lines set up by a union fighting for recognition as the bargaining agent for workers at a company See 4 Col 4 New Alex Man Kills Wife Self UNIONTOWN Pa AP Po lice said a Westmoreland County man shot his estranged wife to Wednesday then killed him self with a 112 caliber pistol Victims were Otto Hoover M of New Alexandria and his w i f e Inside The Gazette UKKW 1KAKSON Drew Pearson says Iki will find that the iiul so anxious for a thaw m the cold war UECUKl Marion Center and Shaimoek reii and other sports on pages Ul and 19 leaders ol Kurupe See editorial paj llit v ins Ijead Other Features his revolver with his left baud Loftus said he hit the trunk of Hughes auto The chase on routes anil IH continued to Harlansburg where the police car slopped because of a burned out motor com miiulcered a pickup truck and continued the chase Within j short lime he came upon Hughes abandoned auto its motor also burned out Hughes lied imo tlie woods His trail was picked up today bv one of nearly a scoie of officers A search then uncovcicd m ilu diner Asked if it vis the industrys final offer he said This is the offer we think is the proper one that should be Cooper talked briefly with re porters as he was entering a new session with government media tors He was asked lie was oplimistic Cooper a Sleel executive replied 1 am always 1 wouldnl use the word opiimis Coopers remarks seemed to leave the door open for a possible new imlustrv offer sometime be lore the industrys last offer is to be submitted to the steelwork a loaded jp a governmentheld poll in midJanuary unless there is an Hughes agreement meantime The current proposal calls for a threeyear contract with wage benefit gains valued by the indu try at M cents an hour and by the union at 4 cents per Irour Latest available government earnings figures for Steelworkers show 11aiihour average including overtime and oilier premiums During present government me diation efforts David 1 McDon ald president of the United Steel Union has contended the was taking an inflexible Orders All Machines In IIARRISBlRG AP Col Frank i McCartney stale police commissioner today ordered con fiscation of any multicoin pinball machines still in operation I have issued a directive to field forces to take over any ma chines still being said Mc Cartney Those which have been placed in storage will ma be touched for the time Ally jen Anne X Alpern has given owners of Ihe machines un real position that left no room lor negotiation Coopers remarks might be con sirucd as an indirect reply to Mc Donald on that Now Is When to Do It AUJdiu M Uinui I Hi uiuics J4 i ul llospiliil POKKCAST Uxngbl with a IOA ol 2o to Friday s1 ai MUM Star Furniture Indiana cluscil J1 all day Friday Dec t due to the Vvtuuu hi death ol Mrs I Rubin WinId JuUuj j Big Heiiu Soup Sale at lates in Clvnur dilx The civilian plane a Consiella lion belonging to Panair do Bra had 18 passengers and a crew of fi aboard for a flight from Rio to Belem First messages from there sug gested the plane had crashed Lll ivinules before the scheduled landing time But the air force later said air force men connect ed with the revolt managed some how to drive the plane off course to the town of Aragarcas hun dreds of miles off course The passengers and crew were put off and the plane an air force spokesman said Three and perhaps four air force planes were reported ear lier to have been and flown off to the north in connection with the revolt Crawls Safely Into Center Of Atom Pile lit Jan 1 10 dispose ol them How PARIS French atomic ever they may not be operated in engineer clad in heavy proiictivf the meantime clothing crept through scaring heat to the heart of an pile to learn why ii had functioning lie apparently lered no ill effects In reporting this the French Atomic Comi mission said tiiat such an oinja lion previously been thought too to undertake After the engineer had piovtvl a man could approach the pile oilier technicians followed liiii in relays and the pile was put back into operation The French i pile at M ir coule in central France had gone down for unexplained reaons The engineer volunteered 10 entir an airlight structure housmi He wore a protective suit ami a breathing device and earn u a counter in his He one degree centigrade licit heal vhich made ii i in OILS siblttor hm to nmain Ihe was not iden ilied helicoptc rilic cracking screamed to mv wife must save ourselves the dam break ments fOr promoting records i i i i Officials said the object of to Sec HugePage 4 Col 1 o dmvn handlingof sneaky commercial on the air which are paid for but not so identified The officials noted that the Fed eral Communications Act specific ally requires that all matter put on the air for which a remunera tion has been paid to anyone must be identified as a commercial Penalties for violations could held in Rural Valley from a Commission reori atrernoon before Justice of the mand ro a revocation pro Peace Lisle F James as a result addition the Com of the Nov 19 shooting of Wiltomunications Act provides for Hearing Held In Shooting At Sagamore SAGAMORE A hearing was veue Zemko Sagamore by her brotherinlaw Xemko Xemko admitted firing the neat fatal shot police said They des scribed the weapon as a 20 gauge shotgun and said the shooting fol lowed an argument over money Police said told Mrs Zemko asked for money his board and he refused When she threatened to shut off Ihe electric power Zemko said something snapped and he Pcked up the loaded gun after his sisierinlaw walked bv him criminal penalties up to fine or one year imprisonment or both for willful violations of any of its sections The new FCC action growing out of investigations into rigged TV quiz shows payments to disc them to plug records and hon for estv V advertising precedes public hearings the FCC will begin Monday on its powers to regulate the content of broadcast grams Another agency the Federal Trade Commission is making an investigation of alleged Mrs John Zemko is still under a doctors care and is facing skin bv companies to irafting in the near future A blood Jwktfvs lo Promote their rec vessel was torn by the pellets Zemko was returned from lier head ords Homer City Lions meet at 7 Sickenberger Drug Store strong County Jail by two troopm RO Robinson Funeral ers ot the Kiliamiing barracks He faces court action Home io pay respect Dick Stephens e to brother atomic slopped GOP Divided On Additional Pa School Aid Still Continues To Shrink a hule hagles Party lomte Thuts SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS Sues Village IFI HAM V Flood unij llu village i ham lor She claims her home was to iha ex a flixxl Lire Diamond ring Illl liel free Jewelry to at buv H A K R I S B U R Ci AP I he ainouni of proposed additional stale aid lo schools is geliinp smaller all he time but Senate Republicans are still divided on how to provide the money The GOP connoted Senate Rules Committee Wednesday par ed the school aid proposal down to Hi millions a far cry from the Lllt millions originally sought In or teachers and school iluec ior It aUo compares with the if million dollar plan approved bv the to match lluestimuled yuld from a lax on out oi uui stocks and bonds The Senate Re lubli an leadeiship luis repealidly declaiiil tax no ul passage Sen Albeit R Pei ban R Ai Miggi ted I per i1iii sales tax i ould IniMeruled lo ai loss the bar drinks lo yield 21 mill mil At UiV and beer sales tax is im posed only on purchases from beei distributors and at slate liquor stores Chairman Kdward J ol the Senate Fl nanie Committee said uui school subsidies could be linunod bv incrtasmg sales lax revenues He said liov 1 awreiice has estimated tluni ton low Cluaiman ljaul L Wagnei R Srluiv Iklll of the SenateFilli cation oiumillcanl the aimnd meiits lo ihe school aubsidv bill provide that increased siliool aid would not into eilccl until tin school vear IlitHouse viision would Mail ihe boost in the i ill i cm v eat I he maximum Mibsidv ul per teaching unii Ml le mentary pupils or school would tump to m the chool vear Cndci Ul would have climbed lo in and lo jn Other legislative developments Final Adjournment Both the and Senate recessed until next Monday leaving up in the air the question ol winding up the I egtslalure lluii was speculation the two biamliis would alUinpl lo linish its woik next week and then re until Jan 1 the day before the1Hil s I House agritd lo Senatkt cliangej in ihe i bill juul sent to Ihf jjovirnor tilt which would bottst bciie in pay Hants lo U week Mm pirsfnl Hit imninuim would ijiMd liout 10 417 Occupational disease 0 V I ctwrnuc WiduisJuv uh icasinK