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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family The fewer chips you have on your shoulder the more you are likely to have in your pocket Volume 94 City EDITION Twenty Paqes Indiana Pennsylvania Friday December 4 1959 Two Sections Seven Cooper Snubs RoundTheClock Steel Talks ROME SALUTES IKE ON HISTORIC VISIT Ike Plea For Action Rejected United Fund Hits 94 Per Cent of Goal WASHINGTON AP The chief steel industry gotiator today rejected Presii dent Eisenhowers call lor aroundtheclock steel labor negotiations R Conrad Cooper execu tive vice president of U S Steel told reporters continu The Indiana County United Fund campaign progress ous hours of meetings do not audit of yesterday reported a whopping over the Inecessarily mean effective previous total The campaign now stands sub collective scribed against the goal practically 94 per cent of Director Joseph F Finnwan oflhe alluutlt required to meet the fiscal requirements for the the Federal Mediation and agencies for 1960 Service presiding over Daniel Reiber chairman ol Area one which in uiiTcni peace talks hud indicaeludes Indiana Boro While Washington and Armstrong cd he was inclined against Tyins Townships has now raised of his goal to force aroundtheclock sessions We shall organize a cleanup squad early next week to Ill schedule meetings as they make the necessary contacts in our said Reiber and srcm most he aid I am confident that we can raise the additional to put in his this area over its quota Mddress Thursdav night called for I O I Cohen Pals Quizzed In Hoods Death I Eisenhower in his nationwide cklress Thursday night called for aroundtheclock bargaining to end the stool stalemate He said the dispute was hampering progress of the entire economy He called for a prompt settlement prefer ably before his return from his thi oev yowl will mission Cooper met with Finncgan for nearly two hours this morning and several The government peacemaker was up today in meet with union represenntives a hoodlum who this afternoon Further bargaina ing sessions were indicated Satur day Cooper was aked about lioweis call lor aroundtheclock sessions I think the great need is qual ity of negotiations not Cooper said 1 think experience demon titrates that when people are brain weary by too many hours of mistakes are said the issues involved In the steel dispute are too im portant to the nation and all con cerned to have anything but the bit conclusions There was no sign of change by either side in iheii See 7 Col 3 Quick Action Saves Possible any po The Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company employees execu tives and corporate contributions totaled and thus accounted for approximately 20 per cent of the campaign goal The United Fund policy of SHERMAN OAKS Calif AP where you work meant that four Underworld figure Mickey Coof six campaign areas bencHted hen and several cronies rere hy the increased employee gving the killing of over last year and were crtd clied as he lived ited the contributions of guy members of the UMW Locals em Jack Whalen 41 a Ploved al R p known for brutality was shot in Marion Center Area Two the head Wednesday night Cohen lhe leadership of Clare Steele was sal six feet away in the crowded See 7 Col 2 restaurant i Police booked on suspicion of murder Cohen Miss Claretta Sandy Hashagen ISyearold dancermodel his date Gooige Bart Piscitelle alias George Per ry 28 of Beverly Hills Tony 25 singer as Anthony Amereno The bookings admittedly were PITTSBURGH APIQuick c intended to give police a chance jon two employes to question the at stopped a crack passenger train length Cohen denied any pan in Thursday night as it bore drwn the killing on a stretch of track buried un Siories of the killing varied cler a 200ton landslide in Pitts widely But they agreed on one burgh j thing Ralph Thorlon track watchman i Whalen was roughing up a man lor the Pennsylvania who presumably owed a gambling came rlie landslide minutes debt before the PennTexas streamliner Police were told the dead man was due to Pass through He visited several bars apparently Hashed the danger signal to Pearl i looking for someone He was reReno wno operates a nearby sig portedly out to collect a gamna HARR1SBURG AP Demoblin tebl crats are in the black but Repub Cohen an exbigtime bookie and licans are deep in the red on the an exconvict has witnessed many of party expense accounts nangland of them jfiled with I h e State aimed at him He personallv Bureau today and killed rival gambler Maxie The Democratic Suite Commithaman in 1945 he told police tec reported it took in in claiming self defense He was the Past year and spent cleared In contrast the Republican State Cohen said he WHS alone Committee said it was in for his dog Mickey Junior the bulk of it in liabilities hanging over from the I9f8 guber natorial campaign The records showed the G O P still owes to Joseph N Pew fyor loans dating back to and for a 1943 loan from for Tlle Savings and Trust Co of Andrea Toth 18 Johnstown Indiana has purchased the Mrs apparently escaped serious hjury C B M White Building located while operating a car that over adjacent to the bank building propturned on South Sixth St erty in the iOO block of Philadelsion last night at oclock Pma St State Police from the Indiana Purchase of the building and a substation report the Toth vehicle r0 x 200 foot lot for was ran off the right side of the road made from W S Fiscus IOK2 headed norih and overturned at Church Indiana ler striking an abmment Arrives In Rain On Mission Of Peace Goodwill By STAN CARTER ROME AP Ancient Rome save President Eisen hower a rainy but wanh welcome today at the start of his mission of peace and good Kven the Communists taking a cue from Soviet Premier NikiUi Khrushchev joined in welcome with banners say ins Communists of Rome salute President Dwight Eisen A heavy overcast and ihe rain resulted in a 20minute lelav in landing Fire Monkey Into Space In Capsule WASHINGTON Uni led States today sent a monkey up in a capsule such as wiM he used in later etlorUL li in apace c The American President told greelers al Romes Ciampino Air port that his message for each of the II countries he visits i one of friendship and freedom and he hopes it will be heard in every country where communications ajtallowed expressed pleasure in landing in this great city which was for so long the very center of all Western civilian lion PltKSIDKXT GKTS FARKVVKLL President Eisenhower Sets a farewell kiss from the First Lticly al Washington last night as he left for Rome on the first Itu til his 11coiinlry will lour Airs Kisenhower is not making ihe trip lAP Uirepluitni Democrats In Black GOP In Red Dam Claims 400 Plan Mass Funera He Said he glad to come A Little Joe rocketcarrying the lo Hiily too because of ihe tics capsule was fired at Wallops Is 0 blood which unite our two connland at He noted that millions ol Ihe National Aeronautics and Americans sprang from Kaliun Space Administration here an origins so our friendship is not nounced the launching It said re merely official but conies from ports from Ihe scene were that the people from relatives clasping launching looks and hands across the that everything proceeded smooth i The President said he looked forward with eagerness to his A NASA spokesman said the WASHINGTON talks here with President Giomechanism separating the cap real message 10 the world says vanni Grouchi Premier AiHonio sule from the rocket apparently resident is peace Segni and other Italian leaders performed as planned and the concerning his search for pevce capsule was sent on with justice in ihe world Peace Theme Hit Hard In Ike Address Mrs Rno noticing thai the train just cleared an elec tronic warning point grabbed her the racks and friendship The President theme Thursday vised address to is peace hard on thai lantern raced alon halt way and he 17car 40 two miles Indiana Bank Buys Building aim flagged the train train traveling at about braked to a halt aboul irom the rubble The PennTexas with 14li sengers aboard came from oujs was rerouted to lion across Ihe Ohio River Andrea L Toth Escapes Injury mis pus Si sta Dog Really Elusive Police Say asked to ee wluM bv iner Sen Joseph R Gruncly George I Bloom Republican slate chairman started what he called the Century Club in the past year to obtain contri butions from leading Republicans The plan has yielded more than One of Ihe more substantial con Sec 7 Col 2 Suiggs Dance Sat night T h e The building houses Luxenbergs Jewerly store and the Dairy Dell on the street level as well as of lices on the upper floors Damage to the car was esiimat ed at The accident occurred about one mile south of Indiana Parenthood Protestant Ikes Birth Control Stand Under Fire From 3 Groups FREJUS France teams slugged througl muck and debris today searching for more victims of the leaving on Malpassel Dam disaster Grieving relatives prepared for a trip that will take mass funeral of 111 dead around the world j Hospital authorities reported 200 counted dead He described his trip as a Officials believed about 100 persons were missing some sion of peace and guod will buried under silt which lay nine feet deep in places But He also renewed iis appeal for they said this estimate was based on requests from relatives 1 nd to the steel strike and of ihose no I yet found and there might be more efforts to sustain the peace lepend on a healthy economy vas reported dead erected by treedom m plugging About if were injured Some 30 security or foreign aid were still The mass funeral wa officials in an effort crowded hospitals shrouded bodies lined Indiana Borough Police h a v e idorsand make room been using ropes meat and as living much coaxing as possible in an Helicopters ambulances and of muiual dNurma etlort to catch a large dog that some troops fanned out ver of j wjll has been running loose in the northe fourmilelong Reyran River stress that the first requiremm ough for about three days valley where the Malpassel Dam Jor disarmament is niutudi Although oui of their normal crumbled Wednesday nignt end verification jurisdiction the police have been ny raging wall of water through VAilh the spirit of amp David the low country to the Mdiler prevailing this was the only reference to the Soviet leader in teams carrying lood and Liminute address iresh moved into isolated Nowhere jn nis did lhe areas 10 aiil survivors hxpressions of sympathv oured munist roni around the world See 7 5 Gronchi hailed the American See 7 Col 1 Lung Cancer Again Blamed On Smoking a long arcing course out over the Atlantic Plans had called for the capsule lo be released from the rocket 40 to miles above the earth para chuted back and recovered There was no immediate word as to the height of the capsule actually obtained If all want well the caosule was to be recovered from the ocean some 200 miles offshore some 15 to 20 minutes after the launch A group of Navy ships and planes was assigned to the recov ery effort The ships included the destroy ers Strong and Borie and two smaller vessels the Fort Mandan md the Papago Divers were in sha low on the alert for the dog in an ef fort to catch it so local residents wont keep the police phone ring ing lo tell the police about the dog Its eviii more complicated than that with a regular dog hunt go ing on to apprehend the white and black dog thai has been caus ing all the public reaction to its running loose Thepolice would be most ap preciative if the dog has an own er for the owner 10 lake Ihe dog in Hold Two Men For Burglary YORK AP President Lisenhowws stand against use of funds for promotion of birth control abroad is undei fire on ihe ground ihui it was a con cession to the Roman Catholic Xihurch Officials of two planned uareiit hood groups and a predominantly Protestant assailed the President in statements Thurs day Ihe criticism was voiced here Dr Alyn T iutlmachcr chair man ol the medical committee of Ihe Planned Parenthood IYdera tion of Ameica and Mrs Robert M Ferguson U S vice president i ihe International Planned Par iederation Anoihir attack was made in Washington D by Glenn 1 Archer executive director of Protestants and Other Americans United fur Separation of Church and Slate The President stepped into 1 de bate over possible use of I S foreign aid tundx on birth Iluurol programs in oilier countries at his news conference Wednesday 1 cannot imagine anything more emphatically a subject ilutt is not a proper political or gov ernment activity or function or the President The debate was touched off earlier when an organization of Roman Catholic bishops pnriicly opposition m such use of loreign aid funds Dr Guiimacher said the U S governments policy the opposition of a minority groip Roman to artificial means of birth control Dr lumnachtT said ihri niands that policv lo thenbeliefs is iug and unacceptable to Protest ants lews and others He said it would be a the Imtid Stales to re birth control information in coun tries n Mrs Ferguson said the Id wide planned parenthood deeply regrets the Piesi dents slatement 7 lol S to the hands of the police Youre Smart to Start home and lie him up Iwo Homer City area men are bus o meal have no been d he able to lure the runaway dog court action on a burglary charge according to State Police Irom the Indiana substation Confined are James Melvin Dias 1H Homer Cny and Rob ert D Burklev Homer City 1 According ID the Stale Police Ihe dun entered the llairv Me Curdv resilience in Green Town ship al Commodore on Nov 27 and look a quantity of food and other lluv were confined lo dull ana iiuniv Jail alter a hearing hcioie a of ihe peace Belgian DALLAS lex A scien list today offered figures which lhe American Medical Assn said f show lung cancer and conditions lhe President spoke from his whidl u White House rompleiHv on the number of I shall try convey one our earnestness striving to Dr of or he ihe capsule landed k d n requiring as llu aller synk indeed Air Khrushchev agrees o kmg A purpose of thfi ex In i paper prepared tor the perimenl was to test at high alti autting here Dr mdc an emergency device for deilaiul These anatomical ob separation of the capsule from the servalions seem lo us lo rocket that eiuaieite smoking is loci ay a But other important studies major lacior in the causation of involved lung cancer in Aboard the capsule in addition He added ihis is in complete to the monkey were some small agreement wnh evidence previous biological snecimens spears of ly from extensive sur harlev nerve cells of a rat test of bacieria cultures and I he slides were ojtiiifd Hour beeili tgas and larvae His rclerences lo the coiumuniM mni whl the P threat came in these pasNages nls in ht of the ef doubis aboul us have and other most lens of hiah acceleralion and nurtured in forerun m NVw Vork weightlessness on the monkev C ause ol death was concealed and 01 radiaiion on lower irom lhe cancer researcher to of tile prevent possible slanted omclu Anached lo Ihe monkey was an ocularmotor ieemhling a uau o See 7 Lol 8 j See 1 Page 7 Lol I President use the words Iom or lands by lliose who oppose Amer icas ideals Our mutual undertakings Mip See 7 Lol 4 SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS Jider liomemade Xmas Candy Mrs Kenneth Davis Honui its c loiulc Midoja i 3 Runaway Girls Give Up lhe wilds of Western Pennsyl vania in the Indiana County 1ioved IIK much for three Uvn age girls from Allooua who sel out yesterday lo see ihe world Ihe escapade of lhe irio endd last aboin when Kills called Indiana Borough Po lice Irom sin outdoor pay station lo come and gel them Afur idriiiificaiion ai the poice sialion of the girls lj and Hi moned and the wandeivis were n luiiied home Inside The Gazette Line in a cuiin llu PKTKH KDSON SAYS pages 14 Antaiciie is Alo read by Other features I 1 t i S II irern ev ri v tun Ihasi Ko Stamps ei s 1 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