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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1961, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family Dont btiUd yourself up so high that you are bound to run into letdown Volume 218 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Saturday April 29 1961 City County EDITION Two Sections Seven Cants JFK SECURITY UNIT IN LAOS TALKS IT ProRed Laos TroopsUiunch O nsive Control On Missile Strikes By I MILTON KELLY WASHINGTON AP Sen John L McClellan D said today costly strikes and work slowdowns at mis silo bases invite a tough new law to outlaw unions respon sible for such things MiClelhin said his Senate In vestigations subcommittee i n hearings this week produced ev idence beyond any reasonable tint organized labor at the Cape Canaveral missile base abused the strike weapon to en rich its members at taxpayers Tlie subcommittee has heard a parade of witnesses denounce the 10 strikes and uncounted work slowdowns reported at Canaveral in the last years charging these hnve inflated costs by mil lions of dollars and slowed the program MeCiellan said it was clear that of strikes were called on flimsy grounds with the pre tnediated purpose of throwing missile projects behind schedule so workers could draw overtime pay in a rush to catch up The subcommittee has produced evidence that many plumbers and electricians drew wages up to a week including overtime computed at four times the reg ular wage rate Robert Palmer top labor leader at the base has acknowledged strikes must have slowed the missile program He denied any strike was designed to force over time wage payments and swore he never authorized a walkout Palmer is business manager of Local 75G of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Work ers Witnesses have said other un ions follow his lead on strike and work slowdown matters Joseph W Morgan Teamsters Union general organizer in Flori da invoked the Fifth Amendment constitutional provision against possible selfincrimination when asked Friday about his own role in a strike which virtually para lyzed the base for four weeks in 1957 near the peak of the rush to gear up missile programs a 200Man Forc In Dawn Attack Qn Loyal Units By JOHN GRIFFIN LUANG PRABANG Laos AP Two hundred pro rebel troops launched a dawn attack Saturday on government positions 44 miles north of Vientiane mili tary reported The rebels attacked Ban Keun key government city in the 10 miles east of the northsouth highway between Vientiane and the royal capital of Luang Prabang inform ants pid More than 300 royal troops were rushed to reinforce i Ban Keuns garrison of one company A helicopter returned jto Vientiane from the front with four wounded royal soldiers etails of the fighting were scarce Thousands Said Slain In Angola ELECTED MODERATOR The Rev Wallace M Alston presi dent of Agnes Scott College at Decatur was elected Mod c r a t o r of the Presbyterian Church as the denomina tion began its second century at Dallas AP Wirephoto Canada Sells Just hours before Gen Phoumi Nosavan the proWestern govern ments military strongman and deputy premier sent out an em issary with a white flag hoping to work out a ceasefire date with the Pathet Lao rebels After spending four hours in no t mans land the emissary returned Vientiane without making conj with the rebels The i hpen meanwhile announced roy I Q RpH rff al soldiers have been ordered not U WIIIIICI shoot of Angola sav nress renoris us roving ambassador W Av say press reports HONG KONG AP Canada New US Moves Studied By J M HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP Kennedy discussed he deepening crisis in Laos oday with his top diplomatic and military advisers New J S moves were believed under urgent consideration Some officials said the pos sibilities to be considered ranged all the way from fur ther waiting for a ceasefire to the extreme of U S and allied intervention under the Southeast Asia Treaty Organ ization Russia has agreed with Britain on the principle of a ceasefire between the Sovietbacked rebel forces and the proWestern forces of Premier Boun Oum but the Reds have stalled on fulfilling ceasefire agreement Todays conference was an nounced as a meeting of the Na tional Security Council but somu officials who do hot rgularly at tend its meetings were observed entering the White House These included Charles E Boh len the State Departments top ranking expert on Russia Edward R Murrow director of the Information Agency and Secre tary of the Army Elvis J Stahr Allen W Dulles director of tha Central Intelligence ar rived carrying maps and charts announced today it has made a ll was tne Security Councils new deal with Peiping for a masjtllird meeting in eight days with plans to tlysive grajn jift to Red chinas Laos coming in for prirnary at arrived at ASTRONAUT LV H Glenn 39 tmdergoea respiratory training during preparation program for possible space flight Glenn is one of three U S astronauts selected for next weeks manned suborbilal flight from Cape Canaveral Florida One of the astronauts will occupy the spacecraft scheduled to be boosted by a modified Redstone vehicle into a 290mile ballistic arc flight Maximum altitude planned is 115 miles in this first Project Mercury flight NASA AP Wivephoto CHECKUP FOR SIACE FLIGHT Alan B Shepard 37 one of the three astronauts select ed for next weeks scheduled manned suborbi lal space flight undergoes body reaction tests during a centrifuge training program One of the three astronauts will be in the capsule sche duled to be launched from Cape Canaveral next week in the first Project Mercury 1liKht The spacecraft is to be lifted by a Red stone launch vehicle into a ballistic arc flight over a 200mile range reaching a maximum altitude of 115 miles reaching here Sotjth African correspondents posted in the colonys capital of Sunday to meet King I Luanda said Negro marauders iVat Premier Boun Oum that may set an evervthinq from A offices and businesses inj armed with swords to automatic weapons made in Czechoslovakia festival called slain white men women and dten Canadian Agriculture Minister i i nuTicuiuire minister e were closed for a s t ival indicated the deal and again Thursday officials said today that by residentsWollld run we over the mil deaying the effectiveness of a Rocket Fes b seemed more anxious about sue110 grai1 with ceasefire in Laos the commu about i Peiping last January and might nistIed rebes seem to be trying amount to the biggest sale ofto comPel the Boun Oum gov US Ready To Rocket Astronaut Into Space The Luanda correspondent of cessfully launching huge the Town Times said rockets than eminent officials have expressed chances for a ceasefire doubt the whites can conquer the Gcn Phoumi said he sent ihtUet dramati gesture Canada had agreed to ii i ii t 1 oncvi will fnr noire i Communists shortterm credit j sand grain in Canadian jernment to treat them as victors t i Hamilton would not spell out the and accePf as the T white flio into HIP front n terms of the present deal but he government in Laos rampaging the front lines aoroj in This interpretation was based that the By FRED S HOFFMAN E CANAVERAL FJa U S space pro In view of the and police but still had to call that Phoumis he told a news confer up territorialists and ask for broadcasts asking the Pathet Lao recognizes the need morq help from Portugal rcbels for an effective ceasefire for commercial credit in this part gone unanswered said tne world expected no rebel response now eitl er Want to Purchase talk at Communist headquarters Th news agency Tass j Phoumi sent Lt Col Siho Lam iphouthakou to Vang Khi a town GO miles north of Vientiane on the M McClellan told newsmen he wiu thrust cjaser to lhal of jhe Sovjet Union morn lions from crippling strikes Idle Pay Claims Drop WASHINGTON La bor Department reports the ber of idled workers drawing unr eicury Turn Your Clocks Ahead The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Tonight is the night you turn announcing plans for a limited maninspaue shot made docks ahead one hour official today what has been an open secret here for days Daylight Savings Time starts The tall white rocket and tolnorpow space capsule atop it already are crel be strapped nto a in place on the launch pad pound and alof hy NASA said the relatively low powered Redstone ing about 2V2 years of Project ballistic missile The planned Super Market Entered Here An investigation is underway to day concerning a reported robberymam Khi is close Lr at Loblaws Super Market on Route ito a stronghold llft just north of Indiana accordcentl captured by the proCorncraft guns for sale lo State Police from the was not clear whicn j The 40millimeter guns cost are expected 119 ing ana substation Police said entrance was gained to the building through a hole cut a large glass window at the side holds it The as the legal premier instead of Boun Oum had given the Lao government 48 hours to send dele gates to a conference at Xieng Khouang TOR administration leaders are ITLE ROCK Ark known to be deeply concerned Camp Robinson has 18 antiairabout the increasingly belligerent attitude of the Communist bloc toward the United States Some here fear that the failure to T i iii jittunuu tit inui ai into the building through a lna ceasttire taks be hekl the sale next Tuesday in Memphis vasion of Cuba Plus Kennedys on territory they control claim j r to be at church on time ad vance your clocks one hour to night I CdCIlj Oil I mi rebels have been demandbrj on a fractjon Qf hat the Americanbacked rebel in hat ceasfitirp iniks iw hold of Cuba plus Kennedys at a Surplus Sales office reluctance to become involved in southwest corner of the building i are the victors in Laos Buyors aWe Q fin war in Southeast Asia may be An undetermined amount of food Internal struggle Ihey had start nins T must as evidence of weakness and merchandise was taken police eci new offensives just before hefore th can be taken and indecision on the part of said See 3 Col 2 awav Washington government Kennedy flew back to Washing i for ton early today following a speech 2ig in Chicago Friday night where he said We are the chief defender See Mondays paper for See Mondays paper for See Mondays paper i the announcement the announcement 218 the announcement employment checks fell would carry chamber to ji about an hour after daybreak in a peak altitude of about 115 the week ended April 15 to a total110 next wepk or s0 mlles W0llld a point of From other sources it was southeast of here where Navy and This was the eighth straight ilcarne1 fne sllot is set for next Air Force ships and planes will week the figure declined Tuesday morning if all goes well be poised to recover it and its The latest total the Bureau of Tnat would De 20 afur Soi Passenger from the water i Security said Friday viot air force JvIaJYuri Cagarini During a 15minute flight at is below the record highbccanu the first known man to to about miles an hour thei of reached in midFeb lno eartnTne Soviet Union astronaut will experience about nuiry claimed lie did so in a fiveion five minutes of weightlessness ani In midApril of last year craft eort seasation and terrific forces J 500 were drawing unemployment Nexl weeks U S manned up to 11 times that of gravity checks trip will not be as ambii One of three men all married Top Government Officials Tell Newsmen World Leadership Role Tossed Into Lap Of US Following WWII danger We have committed our selves to the defense of dozens of nations This we are determined to Kennedy speaking to Democrats at a fundraising din ner threw away his prepared texi dealing mainly with Sun 2 Col 1 See Mondays paper fop the announcement 218 Seasonal expansion of outdoor tiousIn the of space agenaiKj fathers of children will get and recalls in the cy PeoPlc hercan orbital voyage the honor of making the auto Industry were partly credited hv an American is for the new decline ilhe roati t may cc I year still down tirsl u S space tour They are come later this Marine Lt Col John H Glenn 39 of New Concord Ohio See Mondays paper for On this coming trip an astroAir Force Capt Virgil 1 Grissom the announcement 218 naut whose identity is still a se5 Of Mitchell and Navv Cnulr Alan B Slupurd 37 of lutsi Dirry N 11 i TlkSf were finalists out of ja group of seven astronauts chcis Inside The Gazette Editors Note The follow ing was written by Joe Donnel ly Gazette editor after partici pating in a twoday foreign pol icy briefing conference conduct ed in Washington by he Department of State Under rules laid down for the background conference nothing said by the speakers could he attributed o llum or to the agency of gov ernment which they Good N Tasty Shop will open Club THE LIGIITtilt The lichltr side uf the news from the nations capital is fiaimvil again today in Jerry Bennetts column on page 6 SECOND NOUTTKlt Wart en Spahn turns in his second nohit ball Head about this and other sports on pages 10 and 11 Other Features pie on theinternational scene became the responsibility of guiding force in the world forq a silver lining can be States We did not have The State Department and other Friday evening 5 pecfed the centuriesold tradition of welldepartments af our government are day and Sunday I 218xD addressing the 150 editors andtrantd diplomats and foreign servfully conscious of the need for dej the top government ofice officers as did the British and veloping a career diplomatic and1 of Italy dance Sunday ficiijils headed by President John French foreign service corps qualified bv Melodairs lI8x lr continually introduced Meeting this worldwide our overseas thei idea that our nation missed lenge has been a problem a lough More lluui SOO young thei call too often when required one for the Department of Stair mostly recent college to lulfill its world leadership role the unit of our government charged each year apply to the State De was explained in part by with the operation of our foreign panment tor the handful of avail1 Dance tonight Club Savoy Music say ng the United States prior to services able positions open These young by Modern Aces 218x3 Wold War 11 lived in comparaj Even relatively unimportant ispeople are expected to live isolation with little concern ol sues between a pair of small naalong with ihe presem core of Spaghetti dinner tomorrow Sun major conclusions wni t was on outsiite our bor1 ions off in the corner of the glolnbiasontd foreign veivice Cenler 12 tu become a problem for the United an everexpanding i of ostililitS in 1U45 Stales because as world loader foreign service unit licials the niost easily understood brought an abrupt change in this we are called upon by one or The United Siatcs is striving to I s E was the inability of our During the war the Unitboth of these nations for i en two years ago for intensive i training looking toward space of flight The seven volunteers evdrawn from Ihe talks given earlier tieri itry one hud been drawn from an llis wetk V government of emj loriginal list of 110 I NASA adniinislratDi James iOunutiou Public welcome 218 Webb said the forthcoming shot 7 Wlin ine rolc as Statas had served as arsenal or on their problem j world cast upon it for llle Allies as well usj we are iu ing War 11 bu kling its own armed forces toregularly expressing our stand increase its ability 10 properly curj is a most serious step for cannot be taken without risk to lie said he was con human AUddmi lump CroMnurdi It Hli 1213 M Abbj llunpltal Notet 11 8 Society Spoils loon Itfu lalk WEATHER Clear and cold tonight with frost and Iciupcj iboilt fair and lillle wavnui ry out its responsibilities as world a position of leader Offici are seeking toi v our on wipe away the stigma of the Ugly Constantly the speakers at the trenendous power mailers in which we have no diAmerican in foreign countries fident every reasonable Department sponsored fore li addition it was ihe sole posreel concern And as is almost alficials reluctantly admiued such lion has been taken to minimize ign Policyconference referred tosessor of the atomic bomb These ways the case regardless of what an image was partially correci this of ihe Uniled faciors combined with the we take one of the nations and a determined drive is under States for its role as successor to nin of the end for the onceinvolved is going to take issue with way to correct it Dance at VFW tonight Janie Gnal Brilain as lhe world leader mijihty British Empire dropped us The United States according to Stilert Orchestra JlSx ie second important imprts thei task of world leadership into The drive to spread information given newsmen at the sion left by the speakers is Ihut out laps iby the Uuioi has iremenconference has a lot of growing Sears Party tonight Sec ad more bad news is in store for vast variety of new duties dbusly increased Ihe tak lacing up to do on the iiUfrnationul J JlSx ihe jjouMnnuiH and Hu acijoss the luce ol the globe in fulfilling the job as scone i See Mondays for exciting ;