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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Bedford, PennsylvaniaFit v. A Bedford Bedford county s own daily newspaper 149, no. Pa., tuesday june 28, 1955 single Chis Fivi Bedford county s assemblyman Stanley g. Stroup came out flatly against governor George m. Leader s wage tax program and asked a Cut in the Leader budget of 200 Mil lion dollars in u statement released monday. In Bis statement rep. Stroup called for a Compromise tax program based on a lower budget noting that the governor had prom ised to veto any sales tax alter a a the full text of Stroup s state ment i it is my opinion that the present administration budget calling for new. Revenue to be raised from the people of Penn Sylvania in taxes can be reduced by approximately with out detrimentally affecting Nee i sary increases in education Wel Jare hospitalization and Industrial programs. The. Budget is brought into line with the Basic economies guaranteed to the people of Penn Sylvania by the administration Dur ing the 1954 Campaign present administration classified income Tak program which governor Leader is trying to Force through the legislature must be redesigned. Sees Compromise necessary since the governor insists that he will veto. , tax pro Gram same would come from the democratic party or the Republican party and since the grossly inequitable classified in Washington june 27 Man Paul a. The demo cratic. National committee said to i Echt some members of his party Are working for the Bezub Sicaras arid come and wage tax appears to have Little Opportunity to be enacted some Compromise will be Neces sary. On every hand. I hear bitter complaint against the wage and in come tax plan in Bedford county and its unfair effect not Only upon the Farmers Small business men and retired groups but also on the wage earner. As a consequence i am unalterably opposed to its enactment As a jaw since i believe that the great majority of. The people of Bedford Bounty not Only expect me to oppose it but insist that the governor keep the pledges., made to them last Ohio Ydun Sfer is Hurt in Turnpike Accident an Ohio youngster was injured monday in a crash that resulted from his Mother s efforts to keep him under control As they drove in the Pike at Midway state police reported. In Bedford county me Morial Hospital with a fractured left the crash at was Kenny Rusalo of Youngs town p. Police said he was Hurt when a car driven by his Mother. Geraldine Rusalo. 27. Crashed into the rear of a tractor trailer driven by James c. Clark. Or. Of. North Carolina As both were westbound at the mid Way North deceleration Lane. Mrs. Rusalo s car was damaged and the trailer in the crash. Police said mrs. Rusalo glanced into her Mirror if she could turn into Midway Entrance she had nearly passed. Police said Young Kenny was agitating for a Stop for personal mrs. Rusalo. Travelling some 20 feet be Hind Clark s Rig. Momentarily took hand from the wheel to Calm him when the crash occurred. It. Union Man Dies def Chi a. Junita but he added he would not try to a Force disloyal to democrats to change Label. To in an interview transcribed .for1 a lbs radio several of the Southern and. Southwestern states there Are men and women at work within our party who Are hot believers in the principles of Thomas Jefferson who do not Hope Tor Joe Mccratic Victory in the same sentence Butler said these people nevertheless pose As Benio crafts arid they do nothing but contribute disharmony and Dis Unity within our party and seek to strengthen the Republican party while they Wear the democratic Butler s charge was made during a discussion of his recent peace tour of Texas but he did not name the states i which he thinks the democrats Harbor disloyal party members. And he specifically exempted adv. Allan shrivers of Texas. Shrivers. A president Eisenhower against Adlai a Tevenson. The democratic presi nominee in 1952. Shivers disagreed with Stevenson s stand for Federal ownership submerged offshore Oil lands and on other issues. Eisenhower carried Texas in 52. A Well As Florida. Maryland. New Mexico. Oklahoma. Tennessee and Virginia. Well known store owner Hanks Dies at Everett g. Elton Hanks Well known Mer chant of Gaysville and Everett. Died june 26. 1955. At the Home of fair aunt mrs. Gertrude Oil 255 East main so. Everett after a Long illness. He was born february 2. 18m. In Brush Creek twp. Fulton county a son of a. Curtain and Catherine Rahmi Hanks. He never do or. Hanks was Well known As a general store proprietor in Everett and Gaysville and. For. A time at Warfordsburg. His Gaysville store has been closed in recent months but his m Jin Street store in Everett is still open for business. His chief local Fame stemmed from the wide assortment of goods Avail Able in his store and his habit of buying in Large lots and Sellins generally at Low prices in bulk items As potatoes Jelly Etc were available in wholesale quantities in his mores during times when of them were sch elsewhere with the. Result thai i general stores particularly in Everett were widely known. On Page 2 the weather warmer today Coroner e. Blair Shore ruled today f Cleaver or Art Teyv 82, died of exposure in the mountains above it. Union. The aged Man disappeared on May 18 from the Home of his daughter. Mrs. H. W. Slothower. It Union with whom he lived. His Tody was found saturday by two boys on their Way fishing. Papers in a Wallet in Artley a trousers. Sex governor five High court judges at bar meeting former governor Arthur h Lames and five members of the Superior court of Pennsylvania Las night joined about 800 attorneys Anc their wives in Bedford for the 60th of the Pennsylvania bar association. Visiting members of the Superior court president judge Chester h. Rhodes Ami judges Robert e Woodside. Harold s. Irwin and Blsir f. They were greeted by Superior court. Judge j Colvin Wright a native of Bedford and former president judge of the Bedford county courts. Another distinguished visitor of the convention is senator George Wharton Pepper of Philadelphia senator Pepper is 6ne of three Liv ing charter members of the stat bar association. The three Day session which i St thursday night is the larges of More than one Hundred conventions scheduled for the Bedfor resort during the summer month Bedford Springs hotel is filled t capacity and overflow registrations on Page 2 space Monarch Ike Dulles discuss internat affairs on plane trip to Ca King Hussein of Jordan Dur ing his official visit to London went to the Royal air Force Sta Tion for a tour of inspection. He also went on a flight in a Vam Pire plane. He is shown in the cockpit of the Craft wearing a space ship Type crash helmet. Priest fails to swim to . Mainland Victoria b.c., june 27 a Toman Catholic priest was pulled rom the cold swirling Strait of uan de Fuca Early he third failure in As Many Days to swim the treacherous 20-mile source o the american Mainland. Steel workers plan strike out Pittsburgh Cio United steel workers Wagiel policy a get the idea we of Coni Mittee. Voted to give my Deriald authority to strike the Basic steel Industry at Midnight Ali urday it an agreement is not reached on. Union demands for a substantial wage in Trease. The wage policy members also approved rejecting of big steel s offer to. Increase wages an average of 10 cents an hour and by Inland steel co. To increase wages an average of 10 cents an hour and an offer by Inland steel co. To increase wages about r cents a hour. Earlier Mcdonald called both of fers completely inadequate in a year when the steel making record profits. To meet with Mcdonald shortly after the committee action. U. S. Steel corp. The world s biggest steel producer announced that its Tup negotiator vice presi Dent John Stephens would meet with Mcdonald. Tomorrow. There was no indication whether big steel would submit a hew proposal. At a news conference following the wage policy committee meet ing. Mcdonald said i am optimistic. There is still time for a peaceful wage set then the labor Leader who never has called a strike in his three years As head of the Union said he would not necessarily strike All steel companies at once if such action is pressed on the Point. Mcdonald said it is possible that the Union would make the services of members available to some companies and not others even though agreement is reached with Mcdonald said he is still orcs inf of a substantial wage increase Anc added he has never used a cents per hour figure even in negotiations with the Tito accepts red invitation Tovissi Moscow Yugoslavia and big three pledge their continued cooperation Belgrade june 27 up Tito has accepted an in ? citation to visit Moscow the recent Khrushchev Bulgarin to jugoslavia.1 this announcement iwas made to Day by the sem official Yugo press immediately after Yugoslavia and the Western big three had pledged their continued ambassadors of the United states Brit Ain and France have been meeting with Yugoslavia s acting Loreign minister Srdjan the invitation to Tito was extended june 2 at the conclusion o1 the visit Here by soviet Premier Nikolai bul Asnin arid soviet communist party Boss Nikita s. Khrushchev. Resume Normal relations it will be Tito s first visit to mos cow since the russian dominate co inform ousted his communist party in 1948 for nationalist ten since Stalin s death rus Sia has been trying to normalize relations with Yugoslavia. Tito is expecting in july from India s prune minister Nehru himself returning from a Nisi o Moscow it is not Likely that the yugoslav Leader will go to Riis Sia until after that visit. It will even later since Bui Anin is to be in Geneva Switzer and., for the big four Summit meet ing july .18. Communique in the yup slav big three talks paid Specia tribute46 being developed in All Fields in the e Balkan Asah important contribution to peace and stability i. This part the the Alliance is generally regarded As nato s Bridge to Yugoslavia since it includes Greece and tur nato members. As Wel As the Western nations were represented in the talks by u. S. Ambassador James w. Riddleberger British ambassador sir continued on Page 2 v i of f of of f of f of j. F f it it f of of rms v on 6-Dayvacation shooting of . J plane to be Lafin subject of talk Ike in Silhouette of old Man of Eisenhower takes time out to in Loy the View at the old Man of the mountains before he addressed a gathering at Franconia notch new that is old Stone face left silhouetted against the sky. Preside tit Eisenhower told the gathering that America covets no Man s we covet no additional Power. We need no additional All this country wants the chief executive said is to live in peace with the rest of the world working toward an Ever increasing Prosperity. International sound photo House retains debt limit of billion Ike is requested to ask reds for travel permits Albany. N.y., june 27 Harriman today urged presiden Eisenhower to strive to pry up the Iron curtain far enough to allow More travel and reporting inside Russia. Harriman. A former ambassador to Moscow spoke at the opening session of the week Long 22nd an Nual convention of the Cio Ameri can newspaper Guild. He declared that at the scheduled top level big four conference in Switzerland the president should bring up the question of raising the Iron curtain to allow More travel and we heed More free news and this Means reporters should be Al Lowed to go rep. Leo w. O Brien a former Newspaperman asserted that membership of a congressional sub committee investigating govern ment censorship been Large to include former newsmen in Congress. O Brien said they would have a better understanding of the problems of a reporter seek in news. Washington june 27 House voted 226-56 today to. Continue for another year the temporary 281-Rbillion-Dpljar. Limit on tie National the Senate is expected to act by. Without congressional action the limit would fall then. To 275 billion. Democrats got in some addition Al cracks at the administration of its handling of government finances before the Extension sailed through on the 175-vote margin in the House chairman Cooper a Tenn of the House ways and Means committee said he is sorry the Republican administration has not been Able to balance the budget As it promised to do in the Campaign of 1952." finances not politics rep. Jenkins replied that when it came to balancing the budget we re nearer than we anyhow Jenkins said it is a question of finance and not politics. The Bill extends until july 1. 1956 the six billion Dollar increase in the limit which Congress approved last summer As a Tempo Rary thing. Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey is due to Start the new fiscal year at Midnight next thursday with a National debt of approximately 274 billion dollars a Bil lion under the permanent limit. However comparatively Little tax Revenue will be coming in before next Spring and spending will go on As usual. Humphrey has said the govern ment will be in a tight squeeze to keep within the 281-Hillion-Dollar ceiling. He has told the Congress he will try to stay within it but he would t Rule out the possibility he May be next year for an other temporary or permanent in crease in the limit. Argentine labor Boss resigns de communist planes attack nationalist chinese Taipei Foi Wosa tuesday june 28 Mig Jet fighters shot Down a nationalist Jet Trainer yesterday and attacked an unarmed amphibious commercial plane in an abrupt flare up Over she Formosa strife Headquarters said intercepted intercom conversations Between the migs indicated the pilots were russians. The air Force asserted also that fluent russian was overheard in the directions from the ground to the attack ing migs. The chinese communist air Force is controlled by the rus the air Force asserted. The defense ministry assailed the incidents As unprovoked at tacks by communist jets on unarmed chinese aircraft Over International it said the Pilot was killed in the crash of his flaming Jet when it plunged into the sea North of the Matsu. The other Trainer escaped. Negro Leader hits military Reserve Bangor. Maine june 27 ident Eisenhower and state Dulles met tonight tvs have a couple of hours of talk about International Atman during the two hour flight to they met at the Dow air base and boarded the plane Columbine m. They look a off for Washington at p. In. Edt. The president ended a six Day trip through the three tier then new England states during which he fished played a series of Folksy informal or before boarding the col. Mine at Washington flight to Bangor. Dulles told newsman he planned to talk with the president about the shooting Down of a american Navy patrol plane in tic Bering Straits Between Alaska and soviet Siberia and also about for eign policy main topic die most till tem on the be. He shooting Down me tune patrol Jilane Ai Mhd Joy fio vist of the russian answer acis american is regret and an offer to pay damages Dales " they -1" we consider Ai Washington june 27 if a negro Leader told Congress today it would be National suicide if the Helen Keller Home from mile trip celebrates 75th birthday Easton. Conn., june 27 Keller who has done Little com promising in her lifetime did so today on her 75th birthday. She spent half of a Public citizen half is a Pri vate one. After a morning during which she gracefully and obediently posed for cameras in. Traditional birthday positions and talked with the press the doors of Arcan i def were poli Fly but firmly to the world. Helen Keller went to at her desk catching up Wiki her mail. Acu Tauy the Day was More complicated Titan that in Spile of the efforts of Polly Thomson her companion to make things As easy As possible for this Gray haired and Blue eyed woman who and Blind herself has dedicated a lifetime to helping All handicapped returned prom trip miss Keller just returned from a five month. 40.000-mile working trip around the world on behalf of the Blind is in perfect health and feels Fine. M1 the doctor says Baal after a trip Bike that the needs a two month miss Thomson explained adding grimly so do tomorrow that vacation can be Gin but today the cmiiinue.1 to press in even Junen and re porters had departed. Tsp Telephone rang constantly Wilh telegrams and cables from Paris. Adelaide Tokyo. Berlin. Brisbane. Rangoon from president or in new England writer Fannie Hurst in new York from pianist Myra Hess in London. Birthday statement asked if she had a birthday statement. Miss Keller laughed As miss Thomson spelled oat the words in her hand and replied i want to say that my birthday brings Happy memories of my childhood of times when my and my teacher were with me. Memories filled with Delight our excursions into the Woods where we drove or camped delightful evenings spent at Home in the Garden with the Flowers and the preparations for dinner featuring a Hirw layer birthday cake were evident through the Day. A Tew friends Hax c been invited to the neighbors hurried in and

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