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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family A preacher is tlie only one we know of who talks in other peo ples sleep City County EDITION Volume 95 Twelve Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday December 5 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Seven Cents IKE SEGNI DISCUSS WEST SUMMIT Mediators To Offer Steel Strike Plan In Meeting With Both USW Firms By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON AP GuveiTiment mediators pro mised to offer some steel set tlement proposals today at the first facetoface meeting of industry and union nego tiators held since Tuesday Director Joseph F Finne flfean of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service said in advance WeJl have some Vie did not spell them out but said his team ol mediators has been broach ing peace plans to both sides right along anyway Finnepan explained that separ ate talks he has presided over daily since last Tuesday with the and then tinSleelwork ers Union have been exploratory end routine He said he has been trying to reconcile conflicting cosi esti mates with the slide rule boys the technicians on such mat ters as insurance and pensions There seemed to be little ground to be optimistic for a prompt set tlement as called for Thursday night by President Eisenhower President said the public simply wonjt stand longer for continued labormanagement in the steel industry See In 1 Col 3 2nd Revolt Snuffed Out In Brazil Bee In Bonnet Of Cycle Cop LONG BEACH Motorcycle officer James Kirby was doing 60 in heavy traffic when got a bee in his bonnet The bee crawled under his hel met He couldnt take the helmet off in traffic Nor could he get to an outside lane of the Pacific Coast Highway with the prompt ness called for the situation He sweated it out i Ah a filling station He pulled in The bee sat down Kirby 29 was treated at a hos pital for a badly swollen right eye brow President Eisenhower has nam ed Thomas S Gates above to succeed Neil H McElroy as secretary of defense McElroy resigned and Gates steps up from undersecretary ExSenator To Campaign For Johnson Louisianans Pick Longs Successor WASHINGTON AP NEW ORLEANS La AP1 About Louisianans artex pected to vote today on a suc cessor to the slates fiery Gov K Long Eleven alltime the governorship in ormer the first Democratic primary which also will nominate other top state officials a new legislature and hundreds of local office director to noyorSi in Louisiana the Demo tucky is quitting as Democratic senatorial campaign boost the presidential chancesvof crfttic nomination tomriums to ctec Sen Lyndon B Johnson linn Clements decision to resign his Five of the candidates for gov post is generally inurnor are seasoned campaigners terpreted here as signalling the Politicians and public samplings start of an intensive campaign to show two are most likely to enter line up convention support for a runoff Jan 9 unless one can Johnson the Senate Democratic didate to victory Thev are leader New Orleans Mayor deLeseps Johnson has been routed by Morrison 47 and former Gov j House Speaker Sam Rayburn DJimmie Davis 53 both promising1 Tex as a Texas favorite son whocleaner more responsible leaderj would have strong following in othship in the state j RIO DF JANlhRO AP staus Johnson himself has Much campaign pressure has Juscelino Kubitschek said he Would take a look at the null up for a fresh political out has snuffed out the second revolt siuialjon jf he convention indilook after the shock wave of the against his regime cates it wants njm as a nominee 6yearold governors confine About 25 rebel air However Clements public renient in two mental hospitals last for and army officers have been to actjve participation in Kensummer scattered since seizing five olanes ucky js to hc jnterpreted Besides Morrison and Davis early Thursday At least two aspirants as three expected lo show big ficers fled to Argentina in a hiasign tha Johnson will be more strength are former Gov James jacked airliner and were given than just a passive candidate A Noe pledging to carry on the asylum Several others were support would be largely Long dynasty State Sen William Rainuch Louisianas strong seg Pledges To Seek j Better Life For Grandchildren By JOHN SCALI ROME Kisonhovvor discussed Western summit prospects today with Italys Premier alter pledging to strive for a better life lor his grandchildren than he had Eisenhower in a jovial mood despite Romes continuing rain met with Prime Minister Antonio Segui to review deci sions expected at the Paris Western summit talks Dec 19 i The conference with Segni senhowers second since arriving Rome Friday lasted nearly two hours l the Premiers office end ing just befoie lunch lime While House press secretary lames C Hagerty told newsmen that Segni and Italian Foreign Minister Giuseppe fella outlined their views on the forthcoming Paris meeting He also reported that the Italians gave f of European problems Answering questions Hagerty said the Italian government charges not request a role as an observ Tl return for payola the FTC er at the Paris meeting which is sad Friday the radio and TV to bring together Eisenhower and disc jockeys gave the firms re the leaders of Britain France and a good West Germany Paying the same records as often the President had nude sixto ten times a day his pledge to seek a better life for Because these payments were his grandchildren in a short talk concealed the FTC said the pub at the Embassy lie was deceivtyj into thinking that Several hundred persons mostlythe records involved actually were Italian government workers among the most popular ones cheered Eisenhower as he A spokesman for the Edward emerged and drove directly backs Barsky a Philadelphia re to the Quirinal Palace where he cord distributing firm one of the is staving during the 48hour Romenine named by the FTC made Public Fooled Competition Suppressed WASHINGTON pub lic has been fooled and competi their views tlun lias slPPrtSSftJ by nine oenenliv comPanits that slipped payola to disc jockeys Hie Federal Trade visit See Pledges Page 3 Col 2 RECEITION HIGHLIGHTS IKKS UAVSniiImg President or is aecdiiipniiied by Donna Carla Gronchi center wife o the Italian president and Mrs JohnEisenhower wife of Ikes son as tliey lenve dinner room at Romes Quirinal Palace last nigh They attended gala reception persons uVP VVinijlioto via radio from Roinei Truly Wonderful Time Says Ike Of Big Party Road Deaths Resultln Life Term in were others were hired and the rest headed deep uTthe South to the jungles of northwest ne present plans regation voi9e and State Com was a swanky consider the incident wil accepl appointment trailer William J Dodd ontime Comm were broughtout the high societv of Friday declarfrom incominB Gov Bert Combs Long crown prmce who broke with reminded today that they have a the political world as well as to a job as Kenthe governor years ago role to play in Mondays Civil Debishops and other members of the Civil Defense Test Monday In Bv MARVIN L AKROWSM1TH this comment to a newsman i Sure we paid disc jockeys We met competition Every company was involved in one way or an i other We merely fought the bu tie to sell records anct that wa i to pay some of the bigger disc j Another of the companies named was the huge Radio Corp of America i The FTC did not name any CANTON Ohm AP Because disc jockeys as the receivers ot of his part in an auto drag race payola which killed three persons 2fi The television industry Friday yearold Ellis Patterson Jr faces amended its code of conduct to a life sentence for seconddegree ban all rigged quix shows payola murder The judge said it was the and deceptive advertising The tel first murder conviction in Ohio resulting from a traffic A Common Pleas Court jury of seven men and five women delib erated two hours and 37 minutes Friday before returning a verdict See 3 Col I of guilty against the father of ROMK President Eisenhower had a truly cllildren The defendant will deriul time eligible for parole in 10 years Thats the way the President himself put it in expressluuier the life sentence ing thanks to his hosts Italys President and Mrs Giovanni Judge George de Gronchi after dinner and a reception in his honor Friday night at the 400yearold Quirinal Palace Hold Two Men For Burglary In Armagh Kubitschek said ing that events like these never will be repeated in our highway commissioner He The tempestuous Long robust The midget recoil aroused no quarterbacked Combs primary once again is fighting political popular support and even ami Defeat of Gov A B Happy oblivion by backing the liSyenrold government politicians and newschandlers candidate and saw his papers rallied around Kubitsohek man elected in November n the highway See Page S Col 4 test alert District residents who do not hear the warning devices sounded on between 6 and 8 I I I l b 1 1 UC A IXUUTt Several of the ringleaders were post Clements involved in a similar abortive ue in a position to help line volt in 195C which was crushed in up the txirder states 31vote dele 18 days Kubitschek showed behind Johnson in the Los nominating lency and granted pardons to the presidential officers then convention next July In the latest propaganda protest elements till who ha the officers charged the schek government with being cor won rec Ugnition as an expert organizer has a wide acquaintance with po HST Claims Birth Control False Issue hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church At dinner there was only a small group which included the artasked to contact their local CivPresidents son and daughterm il Defense director In Indiana the law Army Maj and Mrs John State Police from the Indiana sub person to contact is Dominick ViEisenhower They are accompanystation Two cars collided at last night about a mile east of Indiana on Route All accordin IVrred sentencing ponding filing of Two men from a motion for a new trial by deColorado Springs Colorado have fense lawyers been returned to the Indiana Coun In charging the jury the judge ly Jail today after a hearing be said that this was not a traffic fore a justice of the peace this case and ordinarily the automorning on a charge of burg mobile is not a deadly lary It is a deadly weapon if it is Confined are Marcus Sipes 31 intentionally used in such a way and Joseph R Bennett 35 that the natural and probable According to State Police froir i consequences are to cause the Indiana substation the two lie added entered Jacks Store in Ar Patterson and James Bradley magh Thursday night about 23 both of Canton were with the inient to burglarize report A car operated by R Ankney Johnstown making a left turn when drivers engaged in a drag race Sept when they crashed into a car driven by William Serena W the place It is owned by Jack W Griffith Robert Priest of New Florence oli ing the President on his goodwill Purpose of the alert is to mission to 11 nations in Europe acquaint the civilian population Asia ami AlJica was with the various warningsignals About guests were invited behind operated according topolice Serenas wile reportedly gasjn truck When the yellow alert is soundto the reception u the Gronchis and its a saft YORK rupt and Communisttainted jn sections of the couni flew the stolen planes to the small try Ho has slrong with laborPresident Harry S jungle town of Aragaracas and civil groups which areloday aru not particularly favorable to John son that birth control false far as the dency is He made the comment northwest of here bought to rally support Government paratoops took To himself free to act as over the town and its airstrip a sorl unofficial campaign mantontroversy early Friday shortly alter the aRer for Johnson Clements hasUnited States furnish vrth tack rebels pulled out peel lo seek the Democratic sena Pinto torja nomination to oppose GOP Sen John Sherman Cooper next year ed Ihe whistles will sound in a the Gronchis and us a Former steady blast for om three tu five li many of them missed it in Eisenhow is a The red signal is indicated by a er wandered through a o the lnsi wailing tone or short blasts for lavishly decorated rooms three minutes This is Ihe signal ancient palace once the residence on the upon which the population would of popes From all sides ap Chamberlain Nancy their son Ricky 8 and at the rear of the building no Tyrone ran into it Serenas father Rocco HO were tieed ihe two men and notified the Martha Palmer Indiana killed in the collision William is son of the owner of the store Mr passenger in the paralyzed as a result of injuries Griffith Ihen surprised the two received contusions of the suffered in the crash men from Colorado and held them injuries to the neck I Drivers accused in traltic deaths until the Slate Police arrived vehicle was normally are charged with man was made through win Pike a vehicle ribs and Damage lo each moved in on the sounded by a plauding guests President Beaming all the hower occasionally spotted mihar face and stopped lo Fiseil a fa shake over whether the lake shelter during an actual at alter the I I I n i vu told friends he does not now excontro tu The all clear is One of the rebel leaders air t to seek the Democratic countries steady blast of the whistles force Maj Heber Teixera Pinto nominalion 0 oppose a This marks the end of tinattack strull here Persons who are able to hear hands Olien he iitunuci tin He was asked specifically these signals next Monday are askgreetings of strangers whether the birthcontrol Ksueed only to remember what each At the end of the recpnon course affect the presidential one stands for Persons who are Eisenhower stood beneath one ol 50 chances of U S Sen John F unable to hear anv signals well the glittering Venetian crystal estimated at slaushler in Ohio dow in the store fled to Buenos Aires in the Pan See 2nd 3 Col 6 The Outside Inn Full course i Southern fried chicken dinner The Outside Inn Full Inside The Gazette THE UGHTUlt SIUK Bennett says today that places See his column page 4 95x Kennedy of Massachusetts con sidered a contender for the Dem ocratic presidential nomination Truman replied Why hould if Its a false issue to begin with o far as the presidency is con cerned It has nothing to do one of the unable to hear any si enough to distinguish which signal rhandeliers in it is are asked to their CD rooms where rich tapestries hun directors W Dance tonite Sat tfx Clean Up That List TMeu tin n up in tlie drst BASKETBALL See the roundup scholastic caKf activity pages C and 7 niglil on sports Other Features The Romup Catholic hierarchy 11 the United States recently is sued a statement opposing ue of Amerkvn foreign aid funds for artificial birth control Kennedy is u Catholic Truman came here to partici pate in weekend sessions of the Democratic Advisory Council Lump X Hi11 Nulrs I II I Ituiliii I lieulri leru the Outside Inn Full nHiie Soutnern tried chicken djnnei WEATHER Joud jncl luiniug iuo 2ti to iii Sunday II ui rics tujjjtfhl svitli a few scallcied ool with Fugles Dance Sat mj 111 li T h e Hjx Dance lomltj Sat SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS and told the Gronchis li was a inosi enjoyable even ing It was truly Ihe President has bronchitis appeared to have suf fered no ill effects Irom gelling a hii in thruin which ptlted down when he armed at Rome airport in the InM slop 01 his IM das lour Sunday Uiniur ui DC Order homemade Xnuis Candy Mrs Kenneth Davis Homer S H jreen Stamps with purchase Rogers Jewelry lllxR Alive Chipper in Destroyer Space Monkey Bock After Ride In Sky NORFOLK Va space monkey came asho11 dav the Cloid Green an Air Force IIVMpart of tocian ihe Aviation School alive chipper and a hmiiiMidieire at Brooks Air 1 nice iiry mtinhei of the destroyers1 Base Aulniuo Tex Immidi iilucked him from the lie was carried Atlantic Ocean alter a M mile in a small cvlindical chamber and rovvred vvith it blanket lu Lang lev Air Force Base Va I ronthe laboratories of ihiNu tioiial Aeronautics and i Agency hes due lo be u to Brooks Alter Sam dud his capsule removed from the Bone hips tonne Savoy Music high rocket ride Sam und Project M1 in which he took hi1 spin arrived ai this port aboard the dtMrovei Horif The destroyer had fished and lln capsule Mom 12foo1 ivaves hree hours alter thev aloft bv a Little Joe ei from Island lnday I ht capsule is tlit tuiuif pace men vull Iidr hist lo oitiu llu v rock Va in jpple and of an scratched his heid stv eral nines anil seemed pleaded to see humans uboul him Iln criW tiled past the sick ItMiked dti Sam arid lit looked back Sam vus inside an honorary and was fjivcii t lo it The Hone s skipptr nidr Jo sepli of 800 South Siaten island N credited a IDman iccjvirv on this Bone vvuii domj a marvelous officers aiiil nion and NAS oni uiidei cials said he was mighty lively Sams departure from Langtey very hungry when released depends upon arrival of ctM in their rom lile capsule lain equipment and personnel be ukfii 10 tiic ig Ho11 hen Sam was The 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