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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Dont plan on ever feeing a self made man If you leave out the working parts 114 Twentyfoiir Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday December 29 1959 US FREES SELF TO RESUME Two Sections City if if EDITION Seven Ctntt NTESTS In Exchange Of Words WASHINGTON AP Two days of hearings by President Eisenhowers in quiry board on the steel labor dispute wound up today with an exchange of bitter blasts by the disputants The board is to submit a report to Eisenhower on Jan 6 as the next step in the Taft Hartley Jaw procedures In the windup R Conrad Coop er chief industry negotiator ac cused the United Stcelworkers Un T of instating on inflationary de f McDonald above m Wash contrary to the policies of hnts that the utMOn the President Cooper said the un throughout the area Power ion has been raising its demands until they are now at a point To Take Bitter Blasts Mark Windup Of Steel Inquiry Tougher 3oth Sides Many 7 Ci I Evacuated FootDeep Snow Hits Northeast Seas Beat Coast NEW YORK skies walloped the North east with snow and ice today while windwhipped seas hurl ed up tides that flooded many coastal communities Hundreds of families were evacuated from waterfront homes in New England and others were marooned in lovv SELECTIVE S T R 1 K landareas Rowboats were put to use in the streets of some Steelworkers president David towns The storm played havoc with B communications and transportaSfrOTGS rlGfC OpGIl tion throughout the area Power lines were battered Many homes 1 Qtg where they would cost steel com panies about 50 cents an hour David J McDonald the unions President hotly retorted that or whomsavs McDonald while piously spouting pseudo patriofism about inflation some companies have raised the jjrices as much as 400 per cent since before the 116day steel strike started last summer Cooper called the union a mo nopoly and McDonald its one man dictator lective basis if no steel settle VT1 t Aby Jan 2li ere without heat or light The TailHartley Act can tell us when not to strike It cannot tell us when we will At least seven deaths were re ported in the area Salary Boost For Teachers Neglected Most stores in Indiana will re main open until 9 Wednes r vi it i tr day Dec 30 and close at 5 parts of New Hampshire Ver J mont Maine and northern NewThursday They will be open Sat JYork The Rochester N Jan2 until 5 Pm Fo Electric Co described ice the New Years holiday jdilions as the worst in its history iniost stores wil1 return to their i Thousands of homes lost store hours j phone and electric service j Along the Atlantic shoreline i high tides engulfed roads and communities as far south as New II Q fl j C OTT McDonald shouted back that if UAODIcnnoJ Am D Jersey where a twomile section1 there is any monopoly in Amer HAKKibBUKU PennQf Qne nj was under water ica that needs investigating it is State Hundreds Q famiHes majtndOrSed For Veep the steel industry much time seeking subirooned in areas of Great He said a number of steel comSKV at the expense of er Boston The Coast Guard and panics were on the verge of setllsjalarv leader of the police removed occupants from Tling witjj the union months agoj8roaPsaid todav homes in1 several towns but were prevented from doing 1 and Im sure the execu1 jn Marblehead a recenti SCRANTON Pa AP Sen His implication was that othUive council feels that we should iy remodeled apartment house beHugh Scott RPa has been en crsteel companies brought pres turn our attention to pay raises gftn collapsing shortly after two dorsed editorially for the Repub sure and prevented a the said Henry were evacuated lican nomination for vicepresident Cooper told the inquiry board Stoudt a member of Executive Air travel was disrupted and DV the Scranton Tribune The that industry spokesmen and president of the raji and highway traffic also was Tribune is the largest morning See In 2 Col I PSEAs Classroom Teachers Deaffected newspaper in Northeastern Penn partment At least four deaths in Newsylvania I suggest to my successor England and three in New York ln an editorial in todays editions that we work more diligently for were attributed to the storm ltue Tribune pointed out Pennsyl the salary scale for teachers and I The storm was expected to con vanias importance as a key state let someone else worry about subtinue to nightfall and then taper in next vears election because of Stoudt added off Slts vote balance between the two t A I I He was supported by Mrs Ra The storms in the Midwest ap MaV 10 IchelC Shupe of Beaver a diminishing Only light Scott has de Jin Monaca Area School System snow and snow mixed with AUGUSTA Ga AP was elected Monday to fell in the upper favor of the Republican United States Great Britain audited Stoudt as president of the ley and the Great Lakes whS theClassroom Teachers Department The blizzardlike storms ftate him enat01 whlle today that the four The classroom teachers held into the Northeast on stiff a summit conference their meeting Monday at the openerly winds Heavy snow warnings in Paris May 16 tne PSEAs 107th annual were posted for New Hampshire 9 The next move is up to Soconvention The department with Vermont and southern Viet Premier Nikita members is the largest in Moderate to heavy snow was in d White House press secretary tnc PSEA prospect over much of Massachu James C Hagerty said there hasj ll Pllt itself record in supsetts and Rhode Island been no indication yet whether of a minimum starting salary Sleet freezing rain hail snow new date is acceptable to him teachers of and a fog crippled travel and cut Word of the Allied decision on000 salary after 15 years of experoff electricity in many parts of riOUS6S summit timing was an illkept seience Present salaries range from New York state during the night j r cret in numerous world capitals to Moderate to heavy snow was the PARIS violent storm The Western powers agreed on But on the question of raising outlook in many areas jhas swept away 80 per cent of May 16 a day or two ago standards the organj As the snow abated in the Midi the homes in Port Vila in the SUDDEN DEATH FROM THE Jane A David 32 wis burned to death yesterday when a 1750gallon fuel tank fell off a DavisMon than Air Force B47 bomber on takeoff at Tucson Ariz The woman was riding her sons bicycle on church ivork The burning bicycle is seen in the foreground The victims body is at the rear Flames fnjm the explosion went 300 feiH high The B47 pilot knew he was in trouble and banked so that the tjink would not fall in a densely populated area AP See Bituminous Production Miki In Coa West Agrees f o Meeting On Ma 16 Freak Electrical Storm In County A freak electrical storm struck By JOHN KOENIG JR j Associated Press Special Service WASHINGTON National Coal Assn pre dicts Pennsylvanias production of bituminous coal should increase in 1960 i The association in forecasting thai national production will reach 436 million tons next year said if Pennsylvania district last evening but the produces the same proportion of the national output as it has weatherman promises a return in the last year or two its total will be estimated the norm tonight tons j Pennsylvania production in 1958 its low est ebb since 1898 when only M If c AUGUSTA Ga AP The United States freed it jseJf today to resume nuclear weapons tests at any but with prior notice to the rest of the world The decision was reached at a tup level conference of 15 administration officials head ed by President Eisenhower It put the United States in a position to take a tougher stand in negotiations with the Soviet Union i at Geneva over discontinuing nu clear tests What the administration did was to begin what a Presidential state ment called a period of voluntary suspensions of nuclear weapons beginning Jan 1 During this period the Presi jdent said the will continue jits active program of Weapon re I search development and labora i torytype Although we consider our selves free to resume nuclear weapon testing we shall not re sume nuclear weapons tests with jout announcing our intention in advance of any Ei senhower said i At the moment the United States is operating under a moratorium on tests which lasts until midnight Thursday It has been in effect for 14 months The WhiteviHouse said rnoratorium was a definite iinlfiSient covering a definite jas distinct from volun tary Carries not deadline I Eisenhower accused Russia of clouding the Geneva talks now in recess until Jan 12 with in temperate and technically unsup portable information He said the Soviets have injured chances of agreement for a halting of nuclear tests but this country neverthe See To 2 Col 3 t I I was successful in 1952 The display of lighting and thunder was accompanied by a short rainstorm It marked the first time in re cent years that an electrical storm has hit the county in De cember The forecast however calls for a plunge of the thermometer snow flurries tonight and arly tomorrow they withheld an actual announceRation split After an hours haswest many highways and roads New Hebrides the French News Vnt until they could K shelved until next years remained clogged with snow leaviAgency reported today Brief re th W ghchev j convention a resolution which ing hundreds of motorists strandports from the Pacific island similar diploi Put l Qn record as ed Blowing and drifting snows made no mention of deaths or in Moscow i a masters degree as a hampered snow removal operainjuries but the storm had rav tcda from President requirement for permanent tions jaged 90 per cent of the planta er Prime Minister Harold Macteachers certification j See 2 Col 5 tions of the island rnillan of Britain and President Charles de Gaulle of France If Khrushchev agrees to their proposal the Western trio prob ably will get together in Paris a in advance j The Big Three originally had suggested convening a summit conference on April 27 Since the meeting would have conflicted with the huge May Day celebraj tion Khrushchev countered with April 21 or May 4 On April 21 meeting was unj acceptable to Eisenhower and De Gaulle as the French plans to be visiting the United and Canada about that Macmillan would have been tied up early in May with a Brit Jsh Commonwealth conference scheduled for May 3 to H Without going into specifics Ei senhower referred to these con siderations in his letter to Khru See May 16Page 2 Col 8 he steel strike demand for bitumin ous even more Pennsylvanias i HARRISBURG Law rate ot production s down from foday sjgned jmo flw fln jn last year crease in workmens compensation As of Nov 28 only effective Jan 30 tons of bituminous had been Maximum weekly benefits for jed in Pennsylvania compared to total disability would jump from j tons for the same period the present a week to in 1958 Partial disability cases Through the first eight months would receive a increase to a of 1959 Pennsylvanias rate of top of crease in bituminous production j addition it boosts the corn far outstripped that around the napensalion to dependems in rhe tion j At the end of August the state s an average or 13 13 per production was 714 per cent above f Allowable funeral expenses John Zbur has led Uhat of the year before National er the death of a worker on the Indiana Man Attacks Three Youth Here Presidential Handicap In WASHINGTON pos sibility developed today that Vice I President Richard M Nixon and Sen John F Kennedy DMass I may run a presidential handicap jrace in New Hampshire j Associates said today Nixon Is puttng off for the time being any decision to permit his name to go on that states March 9 pref erential primary ballot New York Gov Nelson A Rockefellers withdrawal from contention seems to have left Nix on without prospective primary opponents and with a clear field ujjpuiieius arm wun a ciear neia ol death of an employe by Investigation by Indiana Borough for tne im GQp presidentia nom us an average of 13 13 per cent Police Chief Harry Owens v production was up only 2 per cent i at that time This period included Ice Rink Open JftThe ice skating rink at the J S J Community Center is open today Closing hour is 10 oclock to night job would go from to If an employer is in default for apprehension and arrest to of the first six weeks or so of themore than 0 days in paying these Steel Strike an uivinliivoc famiUj mill Tli unneth Earl Bell 21 Indiana RD on a charge of assault and bat steel strike jexpenses an employes family will In August alone this year Nanow be able to go to court ti tional production of coai dropped Lawrence cut back from 32 per cent due to the steel strike 000 to an appropriation fur The arrest resulted from an at ck Bell made on three juveniles Indiana on Christmas Eve Police said the youths one girl By November the steel workers the socalled second injury reserve and two boys were in the 13 to offset Democratic conten were back on the job under a fedfund The fund is set up to permit eral court order but other factors injured workers to make a second continue to hamper the coal outclaim from the state upon a se put such as residual oil imports oud injury Employers are reaiea of Indiana year age bracket tnilt GOP bosses turned The incident occurred about down in favor of Nixon p n last Thursday in a residential without consulting the wishes of New Year Hours Planned Here Offices of the ladiana County Courthouse will be closed from noon Thursday Dec 31 until Mon day Jan 4 The same vacation for the New Years holiday will be observed by the local offices of the Bureau of Employment Security Claimants have been scheduled to report for signing accordingly Banks in Indiana will remain closed Fridav only quired to take out insurance to After a hearing today claims B Blatis preinventory now and save sale Buy UUx Inside The ALLSTATE e tlu selections for the AllPe ination But some of the vice presidents advisers are studying the possi bility of entering his name ia New Hampshire to give grassroot Republicans an opportunity to en dorse in advance what appears to be his inevitable choice as their nominee Such a move could be calcu the partys rank and file before Nixon got a whopping writein cover workmens compensation Jislice of the Peace A M in New Hampshire in 1956 11 was confined to the Indianawhen unsuccessful efforts were from County Jail to await court made to dump him Police added that Bell had place on the ticket headed rently been drinking Gazette Football toaiu on sports pages IB and 19 Tickets still available Optimists New Years Kve parly Rustic call 58281 lUx DREW PEARSON The of population helpid atiuunt fur Rod Chinas says Drew Pearson on edi orial page 6 Homer City Legion party to Slight 60 Regulars 45 Robins H4xH SUDE WttUCKS aerial view shows huw a giant landslide dumped the first live cars of a crack Great Northern Railway train into icy Pugut Sound near Seattle late Sunday an derailed several other cars right Ten oi them crewmenwecc hurt Workmen yesterday were clearing the wreckage in hopes ut optning the runic again b last night See story page 23 VViriphuto New Years Kve party and dunce Noisenuikers Homer City Legion lltixH Other Features Mil I U I ujuiia Blutts preinventory sale now and save Buy Square Dance at Meadowbrook New Years Eve Thursday Overstocked on Bell Howell Kodak Belovs cost Rogers Jew UuspiUl Nulc Society WEATHER FORECAST Haivardous driving conditions d eloping Cloudy windy cold with occasional snow and light ram changing to tonight 20 to flurries tonight and Wednesday Syuns Theater ttorld lui lit I II II and by President Eisenhower With the states GOP organiza tion solidly behind him Nixon could be expected to roll up an impressive total even though he had no opponent to spice voter I interest I Kennedy reported on the verge or plunging publicly into the con test for the Democratic presiden tial nomination could find him jself in the same position on his partys ballot Kennedy intends to get into ev ery possible primary Thus far his lonly prospective opponent in New 1 Hampshire seems to be Hu iberi H Humphrey Humphreys t Heads would much prefer to take on Kennedy in tive April 5 primary IB WJweonwo iThey view Eng land strength with See CflL I LIAV High Jo ID Hume made Kraut Mir I   

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