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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Getting home late sometimes gets hubby i dinner el cold fthoulder Mid hot tongue City EDITION Volume 274 Sixteen Pages July 7 Two Sections Seven Cerrtt GAS SQUASHES PRISON RIOT Board Suggests Here Ends i 4n Dispute The controversial school issue in Indiana and the im mediate area today shows signs of maturing into an old fashioned family vendetta The twoheaded situation jjame within a whisker of last night when 100 citizens showed up for a re gular meeting of the Benja min Franklin Joint Board a iinit comprised of directors from Shelocta Borough and White and Armstrong Town ships The citizens group was appar ently stirred when word leaked out the Indiana Joint School the three boards men tioned above and the Indiana Bo ro board last week held a closed meeting and adopted a resolution suggesting that Arthur J Grun dy Ben Franklins supervising principal resign his post Citizens attending the meeting in the West Pike school said they wanted to listen to the proceed ings Shelocta Borough headed by Ernest McLaughlin agreed and asked the two other boards to move the meeting from the small conference room usual site ofs the sessions to the audi ARTHUR J GRUNDY torium Directors of White and A r m strong townships asked the Shel octa delegation to begin the meet ing in the conference room and vote on a meeting place McLaughlin protested and stated he would attend a meeting only See 5 Col 7 Party Wild Couple Takes To Canyon HANKSVILLE Utah party was getting too Mr and Mrs Phillip J See ley decided to bow out and catch another ride home It set off a frenzied rescue ef fort in the depths of Cataract Canyon for the Seeleys And it caused the organizationof a big search by military and civilian planis for 14 companions who went on and fought the Colorado fUivers toughest rapids to a stand still Reunited in Hanksville Monday night the amateur river runners laughed off the experts fears they had been lost forever in the rapids Trouble None worth mention ing Fun Thrilling just thrilling Do it again You bet Even the Seeleys ft Then why did the Bakersfield couple go ashore and wait to be lifted out of the canyon by a helicopter said Seeley saw my wifes head come up twice and I figured I might not see it come up a third time Id had The party started June 28 in Green River Utah Led by Holmes 0 Miller of Bakersfield 16 men women and children mbarked in three rubber rafts They set out to drift down the Green and Colorado rivers to the outpost of Hite Flyingin a straight line they would have traveled about 80 miles Follow ing the river the distance prob ably is twice that Experts like Jim Hurst opera tor of the Green River Airport tried to talk them out of the trip See 5 Col 5 Nationals Beat Mays Stars The National League edged the American League 54 in the ann ual All Star game at Forbes Field Pittsburgh this afternoon A booming triple to rightcenter ield by Willie Mays scored Hank Aaron from first and broke a 44 deadlock in the eighth inning A first inning home run by Milwaukees Ed Mathews gave the National League an early 10 mar gin The American stars knottec the count in the fourth when A Kaline of Detroit poled a long home run over the left field wall The 11 deadlock remained un til the last of the seventh when the Nationals broke the tie with two runs Ernie Banks secon double of the game ignited thi rally He scored on a single bj Del Crandall who later tallied when Pittsburghs Bill Mazerosk lined a base hit to the left field corner The Pirates star reliefpitche held the American League at bay during the seventh inning and re tired the first two men in the eighth frame before running int difficulty With two out Nellie Fox clipped Face for a single to center am Harvey Kuenn drew a base on balls Vic Power singled to left foi one run Ted Williams walked an then Gus base hit scor ed two markers to give the Amer lean League a 43 lead Survey Says Cancer Not Family Trait PHILADELPHIA AP A sixyear study indicates lat cancer does not run in families Two scientists arrived at this conclusion after investigat ng relatives of 200 women with breast cancer and 98 women without cancer They found no statistical difference in the frequency of ancer among relatives of the cancerstricken women and elatives of the control group The long study supported by rants from the Commonwealth und and the Public Health ervice was conducted by Dr Douglas P Murphy emeritus rofessor of gynecology at the Teamsters Boost Wages PITTSBURGH AP Fourteei Teamster locals in 32 wester Pennsylvania counties are unde a new twoyear wage contract wit the heavy construction industry Twelve of the locals acceptet the new proposal Monday thu averting a threatened strik against highway tunnel and air port projects The new proposal provides a K centanhour pay boost this year 12cents hourly next year an other benefits Under the ne agreement Teamsters in Alii gheny County and adjoining coun ies will earn between to an Senate Rejects Hike For Army Washington AP The Senate Jniversity of Pennsylvania and Helen Abbey assistant professor f bio statistics at Johns Hopkins Jniversity If a familial tendency to de velop cancer did exist it was not arge enough to be detected in a tudy of this the scientists said in a report published in amphlet form this week The pamphlet mentions a sim lar study conducted 10 years ago by one scientist who arrived at he opposite conclusion His study ncluded interviews with the rela tives of 20 women with breast cancer The different conclusion were attributed to i different methods See 5 Col I Peoples Gas Renews Bid For Increase PITTSBURGH to obtain rate increases equal to about five per cent for each cus tomer were reopened by the Ped pies Natural Gas Co today at a Public Utility Commission hear ing M J Reis vice president ol the financial analysis firm of Reis Chandler specialists in public utility economics testified for the company He has been conducting a con tinuing study of company financ ing The PUC has underway similar study covering Nov 28 1958 to next July 27 to determim if the company is entitled to in new income to cove increased operating costs Last May the PUC granted in rate increases to cove specifically price increases b southwestern suppliers Some o this may be refunded to custom ers if the Federal Power Com mission eventually denies th southwestern price boost Reis testified that if the 000 is granted and the is undisturbed the total increas will amount to a five per cen boost for customers McDonald Missing From Talks NEW YORK Pres dent David J McDonald re mained absent again today from the deadlocked steel contract ne otations Aides said only that he was occupied McDonald missed the afternoon ession of unionindustry talks Monday The mystery heightened when he failed to1 show up with ither union negotiators at resump ion of the bargaining talks this morning 1 Arthur Goldberg the Steel workers Union said McDonald may rejoin the negotiations this afternoon or Wednesday His absence stirred speculation that he may be engaging in secret alks with top industry executives or conferring in Washington with overnment officials It was also reported that Mc Donald had been subpoenaed for court hearing at Vandergrift this morning An injunction here has barred mass picketing during a twoweek wildcat strike at the United Engineering Foundry Co However the word from union officials in Pennsylvania was that McDonald would be represented y counsel R Conrad Cooper chief indus try negotiator declined to say whether any progress had been made in the negotiations during the past week Substituting for McDonald on the fourman union bargaining team was Elmer J Malloy Mc Donalds assistant and the unions expert on job evaluation and in centive matters The steel contracts extended for two weeks beyond July 1 at the request of President Eisen hower are now due to expire at midnight July 14 SOVIET SPACE Dog models were used in this Soviet rocket chamber designed to of canines or short ipace i flights The charflber enclosed in parachute pack was exhibited the industrial achievement fair in Moscow last February Moscow radio today announced a space rocket containing two dogs had been launched and returijea to earth safely last Thursday No altitude details were given but the condition of the dogs after landing was reported good AP Wirephoto Reds Rocket Dogs Bring Them Back MOSCOW Soviet Union claims the flying menagerie she lobbed into space last week is the most power ful singlestage rocket yet sent up from either side of the Iron Curtain A leading Soviet scientist hailed the Soviet feat of re covering the two dogs and a rabbit safely after their flight as an important step in solving the problem of space flight Pcjh Seeks Insurance Rate Relief HARRISBURG AP The city of Pittsburgh has joined Philadel by It wont be long now before we see people flyinginto declared corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences over Moscow radio Moscow radio first reported the launching ofthe huge twoton mis sile Monday four days after it went up The nose cone and its Youth Killed TARENTUM Pa Ziencik 9 of nearby Springdale was killed Monday in the cavein of a dirt pile behind a home being contructed at Cheswick Cose of Mutual Queen Visits Chicago Scores Major Triumph CHICAGO has been an unforgettable Openly thrilled with a smile like a sunburst Queen Elizabeth said goodbye to Chicago Monday night after 13 exciting hours amid the roar of cheering millions and one of the triumphs of her life She is resuming her tour of Canada with Prince Philip today heading north aboard the royal yacht Britannia for Saulte Ste Marie Ontario They will be on the yacht until Appropriations Committee today I noon Wednesday defeated a proposal to boost the size of the Army to The decision left in effect the administrations plan for an Army rce of in the current fis ts year The echoes of Chicago will not soon die away The city gave her a warm gen erous typically American recep tion It was case cl aautual admira Elizabeth quickly caught the spirit of the crowds She smiled She began to wave with genuine feeling She kept turning to Philip chatting and laughing as the thunder of the applause pursued them through the streets We shall carry with us on the next stage of our journey and for many years to come a memory of the generous hospitality of Chicago which will long warm our she said These were her words as she rose to speak to guests at Mayor Richard Daleys banquet in her honor the last event on her long program She was a glitter ing figure in white with a dia mond and emerald tiara in her chestnut hair My husband and I thank you most sincerely for the touching welcome hou have given she said Her voice usually highpitched and girlish glowed with feeling Once again an explosion of ap plause rose around the Queen Commissioner of Police Timothy J OConnor calculated persons saw Elizabeth during the day They massed around Buck ingham Fountain Land in Grant Park where she stepped ashore phia in seeking court relief from fire insurance rate adjustments ap proved by State Insurance Com missioner Francis Smith Pittsburgh charged in an appeal filed Monday in Dauphin County court that rate increases approv ed last month by Smith for cer tain policyholders in Pittsburgh were based upon erroneous inter pretation of the law City Solicitor David Stahl who filed Pittsburghs appeal also con tended that Smith did not take into account what Stahl saidwere ex tensive fire prevention and protec tion measures instituted by the City of Pittsburgh Stahl also disagreed with Smiths ruling that the rate adjustments granted to the Middle Department Assn of Fire Underwriers were not excessive or unfairly discrim inatory The rate adjustments which be came effective June 22 were both downward and upward based on division of the tate into five zones for fire insurance purposes While many localities enjoyed a rate cut or no change in previous rates premiums for homes and of some businesses in Pittsburgh went up an average of 10 per cent Fire insurance rates in Philadel phia which filed a similar appeal last week went up as much as 20 per cent passengers separated from the propelling rocket and parachuted back to earth returning the ani mals safely the1 It was not announced whether See 5 Col 8 Iowa Suffers Polio Epidemic DES Iowa Maines health officials said today a polio outbreak here has reachec epidemic stages The communicable disease cen ter of the Public Health Service said that Des Moines has the heaviest outbreak of polio in proportion to population of any city in the United States thus far his summer even before the Britannia was in sight outside the breakwater They stood for hours in the streets during the day They were still waiting late Monday night to see her escorted by 40 Medinah See 5 CPU l Brunos Restaurant closed for employees vacation July 6 Open July 13 Pizza for take out orders only 274 Homer City Legion party tonite 53 reaaoas Early Bird KinzuaDam Funds Nixed By Senate WASHINGTON AP Sen Jo seph S Clark said today a Senate appropriations subcom mittee has voted to turn down a louse restriction against spending to continue construction on the huge Kinzua Dam on the Allegheny River The proposed 113milliondollar dam aboveWarren would be he largest dam in the Ohio Val ey flood control system It was authorized in 1937 Last year Congress appropriated toward the project but Indian tribe on grounds their lands would be flooded blocked the project by court action The Supreme Court recently refused to consider the case further The House however had written a provision into a water projects appropriation bill to bar expendi ture of the pending fur ther study of alternate plans sug gested by the Senecas Clark has expressed fears the project may be studied to He said today he is contacting members of the full Senate appro priations committee in an effort to persuade them to uphold the subcommittees action Convicts Held 38 Hostages MONROE Wash AP Thirty eight hostages held for 13 Vz terror filled hours by four killcrazy young con victs were freed without harm in a surprise tear gas attack Armed officers carried out the rescue at a m two hours before the third and latest deadline set by the re volting prisoners Reforma tory officials said it went like The rebels who had armed themselves with butcher knives and long forks threatened vio lence only to the three guards held hostage One of the guards Hugh DeWalt said after the rescue that the desperadoes had told the officers to start praying because they would be thrown out of the window dead if their demands for free dom were not met Twentyfour visitors many of them women and children and 11 other prisoners who had been visiting with relatives also were held through the late afternoon and night in the barricaded visi tors room They were treated fairly well however The four rebels were quickly subdued as the tear gas sent the occupants stumbling weeping and choking from the room Of fleers said they were roughed up a The four were ordered placed in isolation and state officials said they would be turned over to the courts Lawrence Delmore state super visor of adult correction praised the reformatory staff for the smoothly executed rescue The four convicts who seized visitors three guards and 11 other convicts Monday are Rich ard E Murray 20 Donald De Courcy 22 Robert E Jasmin 22 and David K Owens 19 They listed no grievances ask ing only for an escape car and clear access to the Canadian bor der One of the officer hostages Hugh DeWalt said the convicts See S Col 3 Brunos i Restaurant closed for employees vacation July 6 Open July 13 Pizza for take out orders only 274 S H green stamps on all purchases Easy terms Rogers 1 Jewelry tfx Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson says today that President Eisenhower was coached to talk tough with Kozlov See page 6 ROUNDUP The first of a series of direct reports from the Girl Scout Round up in Colorado appears on the first page of the second section today Other Feafwres AUddiai limp Mirror W S IMS Edltorltl HoiplUl Notts Poitutrlet 14 Society 4 IWI 15 TVRadio 1 5 World i WEATHER Fair and cool tonight Low 53 to 58 Wednesday sunny and warmer High 80 to S6 Mayor Keeps Snubs Kozlov DETROIT AP Ignoring a mayoral snub the Soviet Unions touring first deputy premier turn ed his attention today to what may be one big objective of his visit studying how and why capi talism works Mayor Louis C Miriani carried out his announced intention of ig noring the visit of Frol Romano vich Kozlov a righthand man to Soviet Premier Nkita Khrushchev But late today Gov G Mennen Williams planned to welcome the party to Michigan The mayor of suburban Dearborn also extended a welcome to that community home of the vast Ford Motor Co The Soviet official and his party arrived late Monday night from Oakland aboard their chartered plane Kozlovs arrival in Detroit was uneventful A small group met him No demonostrators showed up A crowded schedule of visits to important industrial installations in this automotive capital await ed Kozlov and his party of ex perts The keen interest expressed by members of the party in just how capitalism works has led to specu ation that a report on this to Khrushchev may be one of Koz ovs most important assignments in the1 United States Members of the party hava been asking many questions They want to know how capitalism sup See S Col 2 Baby Discovered In Garbage Can ABERDEEN S P AP A garbage disposal crew found in hoursold baby wrapped la bUo kets m a x garbage can Monday The baby wai UJwo to 9 hospital Police located unwed mother and took same hospital Mwtfaw aa4 were reported dsdag well ;