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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TIDDY Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family tote rf ttititft ifitefiig raised land these days and In many eases it includes taxes Volumi K City Sixteen Pagei EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday August 25 1959 Two Stations APPEASEMENT RULED OUT SAYS IKE Succeeds New Principal Selected For Ben Franklin William G McGary was elected as the new elemen tary principal for the Benja min Franklin Joint School at a meeting of the board last night He succeeds Arthur Grundy who resigned to accept a posi tion with a school supply house The new Benjamin Frank lin principal has been serv as elementary supervisor of the Apollo Area Joint School System for the past five years M McGary received his ele mentary school education in Al leghenjf Westmoreland Coun ty an4 graduated from New Ken sington High School Following his graduation from Waynesburg College in 1937 where mhe received secondary school cer tification Mr McGary continued his studies at the Clarion State Teachers College where he was certified in elementary education He recieved his master of educa tion degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1956 Mr McGary serves as an elder in the Pine Run Presbyterian Church in Apollo and is president of the Allegheny Twp School Board as well as chairman of the and Sites Committee of the Kiski Area School Board In addition he is a member the Lions Club Mr McGary is married and is the father of one child In the Apollo system he was in charge of 39 teachers and students From 1948 to 1954 Mr McGary was employed by the Franklin Twp School Board as a sixth Rayburn Defeated Compromise Killed WILLIAM G MCGARY at Ben Franklin Confusion Panic Grip Jakarta In Move WASHINGTON AP The House Ways and Means Committee today voted down a compromise prbposal to splve the highwfy financing crisis Taking a slapat Speaker Sam Rayburn the committee by a vote re affirmed its precious action for a 22month onecent a gallon increase IM the federal gasoline tax It turned down Hy a vote of 13 12 compromise which would limit the penny in crease in the gas to one year instead of 22 montSis It was a slap ai Speaker Sam Raybiirn At his insistence the House Ways and Means Committee meets today to reconsider a plan it had This plan which would boost the present 3 cent tax a penny a gallon for 22 months has run into strong op position in the Rayburn proposed cutting fflie period to 12 months Both the original committee plan and the Rayliurn compromise A viai measures announced by Pres ident Sukarno cents Business Small and was at a big banks standstill and stock to fjsr five years iSince tne pennfcr increase would bring in half abillion dollars a year or less revenue than the pro of the President both the rn and committee plans grade teacher and building princi pal Previous to that he was em See 3 Col 4 County Pay Increase Bill HARRISBURG AP Legisla tion which would raise the maxi mum and minimum payments to election officials in third through eighth class counties has been giv en final legislative approval The measure approved earlier by the House was passed by the Senate Monday 482 with Sens Paul W Mahady DWestmore and Jo Hays DCentre vot deposits exceed rupiahs The measures are designed to curb inflation and channel the ori committee and in 12 months under the Unless Congresss agrees on ways jto get the out of the red caPtal into Rayburn comprdmise development projects Finance Minister Djuanda or Some businessmen refused to accept the devalued currencies Most tradesmen closed their shops after the announcement The Pintu Ketjil area in down town Jakarta largest trade center and considered a nest for specula tive hot money was paralyzed Information Minister M a 1 a d i the government did not in to devaluate the 100 rupiah Compromise Housing Bill GivenOkay WASHINGTON AP The new billiondoliar compromise housing bill was approved today by the House Committee The measure is a substitute for the bill vetoed earli er this session by President Ei senhower The committee stamped approv al on the Seaiatepassed housing substitute by a 194 vote without hearings and change The bill does not entirely satisfy committee Republicans who dis like a number of administration opposed features But Rep Condon L McDonough RCalif indicated after the committee acted that there is choice this late ithe session 11 BUM T T f V U I main unchanged in counties that I McDonald said today that use of Rep Albert Rains do not use voting machines Howthe TaftHartley Act in the sixchairman of the housini subcom weekold steel strike would settle imittee said to go di ing against it In counties using said tend and lower denomination notes but many refused to believe him He said the government felt that with the exception of a few per sons the devalued currencies were not held by the majority of the middle and poorer classes so that these community groups would not be hit by the measux voting ma chines the minimum compensation would be raised from to for judges to for inspectors and clerks and from to for chine operators Maximum ments would be increased from 820 to for judges to t for inspectors and clerks and to for machine operators The to range would NEW YORK AP United reSteelworkers President David J in I LOVE A Gels Imig of Minneapolis watched the Ameri can Legion at least a part of itffrom the vantage point of has stroller yesterday in Minneapolis A handy Legionnaires cap helped him see better Upper a bit slow getting Upper dont they get this show on the road Lower off for the flag Lower at these drum majorettes AP Ike Planning To Greet Khrushchev At Airport WASHINGTON Eisenhower said to day he intends to meet Nikita Khrushchev at the airport when the Soviet Premier arrives here Sept 15 This resolved the protocol question of whether Khrush chev will be received as chief of state or as head of the Soviet government If he were to be received as head of government under strict protocol he would be welcomed by Vice President Richard M Nixon Eisenhower told a news confer ence that as chairman of the So viet Council of Ministers Khrush chev in effect is head of state There had been some indi cations previously that something full No 1 a little short of the ceremony might be set Khrushchev The decision however was up to Eisenhowex Josephine Man Breaks Neck JOSEPHINE James N Post gate 67 Josephine remains in serious condition today in the Indiana Hospital with injuries he up forreceived last evening in a fall off 100foot cliff near Hospital officials his home report the The President was asked whethJosephine mans neck was broken ever the additional payment for each 100 ballots counted after the initial 100 would be paid for each 50 additional ballots counted Postpone Food Distribution The surplus food distribution planned for Indiana County this week has been postponed until further notice The Indiana County Commis sioners said a1 change in the re quired paper work necessitated the delay in distribution of sur plus foods here Bounce Radar Signal Off Moon MALVERN England AP Radar signals were received in Texas today after being bounced off the moon by the royal radar establishment here the govern ment announced tonight Wed Special at Delhi Ham mashed potatoes choice of vege tables or salad pie included rectly i mittp nothing McDonald said that to force the t Steelworkers back to mills for 80 ailce to the days would leave a festering sore that would scar and irritate labor management relations in this vital industry for years to to the House Rules Com with a request for dear Moose Members Ham Dinner Wed Aug 26 to 8 pirn Adults chil dren 75c lOx Inside The Gazette NOW HEAR Wives tire of hearing and overhearing hujsbandly remarks re corded today by Hal Boyle in his column OKI page 6 SALTSBURG COACH Coach Bob Flick of Saltsburg expresses some optimism about his football team Other comments on Eldters Ridge and Penns Manor Pages 10 and 11 Features AUddint limp 12 Mirror 8 IMS Cotulci 13lg U Editorial HotplUl Notes Uf Obltuirlei SocUtr World Today WEATHER Mostly sunny hot and humid today and Wednesday with scat tered afternoon and evening Fair and warm tonight er he wpuld give a state dinnerin the fall for Khrushchev Eisenhower said he didnt know Homer City Legion Party tonite about that but that he would midgets early bird course help give Khrushchev dinner Eisenhower expressed annoy ance over criticism of his decision to return Khrushchevs visit Former President Harry S Tru man in a newspaper article pub lished today questioned the wis dom of Eisenhowers trip The President did not mention Tru man He said he invited Khrushchev to this country for several rea sons First of all he said he wanted lOx Trio Found Not Guilty GREENSBURG AP Two men and a woman were cleared on a charge of horse stealing here today Thomas E Harris of New Ken sington RD 2 Leroy Plowman of Invin RD Alaska of 5 and Apollo Flora RD 5 Belle were found not guilty of stealing a mid get stallion owned by Regina Szo stek of Blairsville RD 3 State Police charged that the trio stole the horse during horse auction in Ligonier Twp May 9 However Judge Earl S Samuel Kiem handed down the not guilty verdict after it was shown that the horse reappeared during the auction Kime said that there was no evidence the horse was stolen Special Liquor Permits Asked HARRISBURG crea tion of special permits which would allow beer and liquor sales until 2 a m on Sundays was approved Monday night by the Senate State Government Committee Present law requires taverns to stop selling alcoholic beverages at midnight on Saturday night but al lows sales until 2 a m on other mornings Tavern owners wishing to stay open for the additional two hours would be required to pay the state an additional privelege a year for the No Steel Settlement Seen Soon NEW YORK nation wide steel strike will be 43 days old Wednesday which will make it the second longest steel strike since the end of World War II And theres no settlement in sight Negotiations continue today Steelworkers Union President David J McDonald is expected to rejoin the talks Wednesday after an two weeks In Talks With Top Soviet By M L ARROWSMITH WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower today ruled out any appeasement in new highlevel talks with the and declared support oi sign of further after progress There was rib action by the White House the release last week of a fact finding comment or Secretary of La bor James P Mitchell Both sides claimed the facts backed their positions President Eisenhower is under stood to be reluctant to interfere with the process of bar The position is also one of relying on collective bargain ing and the industry has Indicated opposition to any government in tervention to end the strike R Conrad Cooper head of the industry negotiating team repeat ed his position Monday He was asked about remarks he made on a television program fa voring the use of whatever are the statutory remedies if the bargaining talks fall to achieve a solution Soviet Union this countrys Western unity in opposing any force if On the eve of a historic flying trip to Europe the President set out in a state ment the purposes he has in mind To pledge once again in the several capitals I shall visit Americas devotion to peace with honor and justice to support Western unity in opposing by force if necessary any aggres sion and to preserve the defen sive strength required for our common he said To suggest to each of the re sponsible officials whom I shall meet that we together restate our readiness to negotiate realis tically with the Soviets on any reasonable and mutually enforce able plan for general or special disarmament to make a real be ginning toward solving the prob lems of a divided Germany and to help hi reducing otherwise tensions in the world In pursuing these purposes to reiterate jointly that regardless of pressure or inducement we never retreat from pur oain as we con tinue for Eisenhower read the statement to a news conference held about 14 hours before his scheduled depar ture for talks with Western Allies See 3 Col I Big Klii Traded By Bucs PITTSBURGH Ted Kluszewski of the Pittsburgh Pi rates was traded today to the Am erican Leagues Chicago White Sox in a twoforone no cash deal The Pirates obtained Harry Simpson and a utility infielder Robert Sag ers from the White Sox Simpson who plays both the out field and first base will report to the Pirates immediately Kluszew ski will also report to Chicago im mediately Infielder Sager now is with In dianapolis of the American Assoc iation He will be assigned to the Pirates farm club in Columbus FRANCONIA AP Two to explore for himself the question young climbers trapped 28 hours In New Hampshire 2 Young Climbers Die With Rescue In Sight Whipple 20f Gales Ferry a sophomore at Brown Uni versity and Sidney Crouch 21 of whether Khrushchev is ready j on a ledge halfway up the almost to take steps to reduce worldperpendicular granite face of tensions jfjle Mountain died Monday with port Bible Furthermore he said he wantedrescue almost in reach Khrushchev to see with his own eyes a free people living and working Eisenhower said the mere fact was bobbing He was erect with his eyes The White Mountains bitter i school i had been friends since elementary weather was too much for them John E Taylor 29 Princeton that a number of people have op posed the exchange of visits par ticularly Eisenhowers decision to go to the Soviet Union was one of the lesspns Khrushchev can learn Clad only in light cotton trousers who led a sevenman team and shirts they had enduredthat climbed to the ledge said numbing 38degree cold overnight j they found one man slumped the soaking of a driving rain either dead or dying The other lowered the youth still on his feet his head standing Taylor said that by the time he got near the marooned pair I would have to grip a rock then loosen one hand fvith the other to move He described the cold as ferocious David Sanderson Portsmouth climbed to the ledge and EarlyVoting Heavy In Mississippi JACKSON Miss bright sun broke through the clouds dur ing early balloting today for Mis sissippis 52nd governor Early voting was fair yheavy especially in the more populated areas where voters stopped at the polls before going to work Lt Gov Carroll Gartin predict ed he would carry 50 to 55 of Mississippis 82 counties His op ponent Ross Barnett said he would carry 60 Both predicted victory by sizeable margins About of thestates 000 qualified voters were expected at the polls where votes are still handcounted in all but one coun ty Top vote in the primary amounts to election in this solidly Democratic state The Republican party is not running a candidate The winner will take office Jan 19 Gov J P Coleman prevented by law from succeeding himself won the primary election for state representative from Choc taw County his home county He threw his support behind Gartin Gartin 47 has campaigned on a platform of experience and on the administration s record of trial development and school seg regation I shall follow the Arkan sas plan but the Mississippi Gartin said in a windup statewide TV address Monday night How can you improve on 100 per cent success Craggyfaced 61yearold Ross Barnett has promised retroactive teachers pay proclaimed him self an aggressive fighter for seg regation and charged Gartin wat part of Colemans political ma chine and labors picked caruii See 3 Col 2 borne on 50mile winds and thick was incoherent fog in this country He said this would Appalachian Mountain Club to Robert Collins Brookline He could not understand standing 25 feet below Col I was saying He teams exhausted by a ninehour lit appeared to be show that climb planned a new attempt to Americans have the right to their recover the bodies today assura own opinions and that they are atjing fair weather liberty to express them 1 The victims Hurry yelled at a monotonous ing dressed him in warm cloth But at that point he died With daylight waning and the I dont know which one it was rescuers exhausted plans to bring It might have been the older one j the bodies down were abandoned were Alf red i When 1 got within 25 feet of him I See I ClimbersPage 3j Col1 Launching Adds To Gazette Clan The fast pace of the space almost caused a launching to go unannounced by the Indiana Eva ning Gazette Mr and Mrs LouU Nocco 460 Jacksonville Homar launched a six pound 19 inch male satellite Sunday in the In diana Hospital Mrs Nocco the Homer City zette correspondent thf new arrival if tending ttfoog clear signals ;