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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY Kit County That Serves Every Member of the Family A bachelor takes a vacation while married man usually taken on one 4lVolume 256 Sixteen Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday June 15 1959 Two City EDITION Seven RESCUE ATLANTIC SHIP FIRE 1 r v Industrial Output At VT May Index Soars To New High WASHINGTON AP The Federal Reserve Board said today that industrial out put advanced again in May to a new alltime high 4 per cent above the prerecession peak of early 1957 The board said its index H industrial production rose two points to 152 per cent of the 194749 average The April index figure was revised upward from 149 to 150 Expansion in industrial activi Soap Box Derby Trial Runs Tonire Trial heats for the fourth an nual Indiana County Soap Box Derby will be held this evening on Carter in Indiana The races are scheduled Wed nesday evening Approximately 80 drivers are entered in the 1959 derby They will participate in a street block party on North Sev enth St tomorrow Derby Queen will be crowned at this event GOP Says Budget Cut Possible HARR1SBURG AP Repub lican legislative leaders have agreed that Gov Lawrences re cord budget can be trimmed by 40 million m further and the crease in unemployment was again considerably larger thanj the board said ConThey what Senat GP sumer incomes and buying atLeader James sBer8er descnb tained new highs and business ed as substantial approval to the plans for plant and equipment fiBure at a Sun lays in 1959 were revised upday nght meeting that lasted until eary today Wintry Blasts In Adirondacks LAKE PLACID N Y Snow freezing rain and 80mile winds whipped across Whiteace Mountain in the Adirondacks to day The Weather Bureau observer atop the mountain re ported that his windmeasurer Froze up and blew The mercury dropped to 23 The highest reading Sunday on the peak was 32 Avonmore Family Hurt In Accident By JOHN M HIGHTOWER GENEVA Foreign ministers of the United States Britain and France met with Soviet Foreign Min ister Andrei Gromyko late today in what could be the most critical session of the Big Four conference Western diplomats said that unless Gromyko showed readiness to life the Soviet An Avonmore family is confined jthreat to West Berlin the to the Indiana Hospital with intalks probably would end in juries they received yesterday a few days without agree afternoon in one of two threecar ment on a summit confer The index which measures out Berger said the budget still has put of the nations mines and facto be reviewed further by the tories has advanced from a re leadership but cession low of 126 in April 1956 We think reductions will be Its high point before the recession made in the budget request was 146 in February 1956 j which will not work to the detri vThe board said activity in ittjment of any some 40 million dollars anri fifl millinn v dustries making moved to a new high in May Dur ables were hardest hit daring the Vice President Richard M Nixon takes the helm of a stately yacht in San Fran cisco during a flying fiveday visit to the West Coast accidents reported by State Police from the Indiana substation over ence the weekend Many expected however that Injured in on of the accidents Gromyko would open some roac were Joseph Piwowar 30 to compromise Avonmore his wife Betty 24 and son Stanley 4 The child is listed in fair con DEMS ADVISORY COUNCIL at start of clos ed sessions of the Democratic Advisory Council in Washington D are from left Orville L Freeman governor of Minne sota Raymond R Tucker mayor of St Louis Paul M Butler Democratic national chairman and George R Harri son Brotherhood of Railway Clerks Cincinnati Ohio and 60 million plus It will take a few more meet recession and made the slowest Ulgs to arrive at a final figure recovery ne sajd and the whole subject Production of nordurables conwjn have to be reviewed in full tinued to expand and mineral outcaucus by all Republican legis put also increased KillerShark Said Staying In Area The statement Campaign To People Kennedy Leading Field By JACK BELL WASHINGTON count Adlai E Stevenson ior Sen Lyndon B Johnson out of the I960 Demo They Big Four met at the villa cratic presidential contest advises Sen Mike Mansfield of French Foreign Minister 3th f Tnn rice Couve de Murville after an1 But the assistant Senate Democratic leader said he dition with internal injuries and ai nf torfav Sen John F Kennedv DMass 1 is the ihourlone dscuss on amonc the as or today oen oonn r rvenneay u is me of the face Both of the parents are reported in satisfactory condition The Piwowar family was injured hourlong discussion among the Western ministers British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd returned in early aft j leading contestant and noted that Sens Hubert H Hump hrey and Stuart Symington have in activities On the other side of the political i squelched any hopes the politically divided Leg islature might arrive at some un derstanding thisv month to break the deadlock over Lawrences pending new tax proposals Keith Cribbs South swerved into the left lane of traf fic as the brakes were applied crashing into the Piwowar car A third car traveling behind the Piwowar vehicle operated by Ric hard E Powell 18 Dayton ran WASHINGTON President into the guard rail in an effort to Eisenhower is considering carryj avoid striking the Avonmore in a three car crash two and ajernoon from consultations with half miles south of ClarksburgPrime Minister Harold fence Sen Hugh Scott RPa j C iw yesterday on Route 80 London He was reported to predicted Vice President Richard FOUr Police said a car operated by have advocated Western caution ioJ ing the fight for key sections of his legislative program directly to the people the Republican nation ial chairman reported today Sen Thruston B Morton of Ken The proposals add up to about party chief told news See 2 Col 4 LA JOLLA Calif i rine biologist expressed belief that DlGS WCCK a shark was still lurking off the r ll 1 J swimming beach where it killed a Alter II US DO nu skindiver Sunday also said it was unlikely the BURNSIDE Mrs Ella Straw body of husky Robert Pamperin 33 a San Diego aircraft engineer would ever be found A white shark of that size could easily consume a whole said Dr Raymond M Gil more of the San Diego Museum of Natural History Gilmore formerly with the Fish and Wildlife Service said to y sharks are likely to stay for while in an area where they have found food A skindiver companion and sev eral persons on the beach 50 yards away saw the attack on Pamperin I was swimming about 15 feet away from Bob said his compan ion Gerald Lehrer 30 I heard him calling Help me help me I swam over to him He was rashing in the water and I could he was fighting something Lehrer said he ducked under the water and through his face saw a shark It was so big I thought at first it was a killer Rorabaugh 77 of Burnside passed away Saturday one week after the death of her husband Miles Mrs Rorabaugh resided most of her life in this area A complete obituary appears in todays Indiana Evening Gazette mans car Total damage was estimated at in trying to adjourn orrecess the M Wl11 win conference now entering its sixth I nomination easily Scott said week I Yorks Gov Nelson A Rockefeller Lloyd and Secretary of may well head the ticket chosen State Christian A Herter had a private talk between the Western strategy session and the Big Four huddle officials said that if Gro myko came up with no new ideas today the Western powers would men at the White House that Ei senhower may go on television and radio to plug for enactment of the administrations foreign aid program and labor legislation Morton said after a conference with Eisenhower that even if the President does not go on the air he may make a series of speeches in various sections of country The House Foreign Affairs Com mittee has cut Eisenhowers for eign aid request by to A labor bill passed See 2 Col 1 See 2 Col 3 j J j TT The incident occurred about expect the talks to go on for prob State Police report no injuries in the second threecar accident It occurred yesterday about 4 on Route 422 at Strongstown Police said According to the report a car operated by Charles Madill 42 Strongstown was making a right turn off Route 422 when it was struck from the rear by a car oper ated by Barbara Heape 16 Pitts burgh Police said the Madill vehicle was pushed into the path of an oncoming car operated by Ronald L Horbal 17 Park Hill Pa See 2 Col 2 Reuther charged American inthink he can be counted out ofj Picked As Jimmy Stewart Named Trustee At Princeton Industry Moves Hit By Reuther at some future convention When Stevenson arrived here to attend weekend meetings of the Democratic Advisory Council he brought along a scribbled answer for what has become to him the inevitable question I am not a candidate for the nomination and will not be nom Stevenson replied when reporters put the expected query Mansfield indicated he can agree with the first part of Stev ensons answer but not necessar ily his statementthat he will not be nominated Penalty Out TALLAHASSEE Fla AP Four white youths await possibly 30 days of uncertainty about their punishment for the mass rape of a Negro coed The youths whose lives were spared by an allwhite jury will remain at Raiford State Prison until their sentencing which is ex pected to take place in about 30 days If motions for new trials are dis allowed Judge W May Walker is expected to order presentence in vestigations of the four The judge 10 Yanks Included In Rescue By HAL COOPER LONDON crew of 98 including 10 Ameri cans was rescued 500 miles out in the Atlantic today when fire swept a British cablelaying ship The ship the Ocean Layer was completing the first tele phone cable linking the United States directly with the European continent Hours after the rescue by the Hamburgbound German freighter Flavia the Ocean Layer was still burning The 10 Americans picked up were employes of the American Telephone Telegraph super vising the cable laying Among them was Ogden D Gensemer 50 yearold mayor of Summit in charge of the operation for The Ocean Layer was stringing cable along the ocean bed toward France when a fierce blaze broke out in her engine room Within 15 minutes after an SOS asking for help Capt A MacPherson Ross reported he had been forced to order the crew to take to lifeboats In the scramble two men were left aboard the flameswept hulk But they were spotted by lookouts aboard the Flavia in time and were taken off by small boat The sea was calm and there was no word that anybody had seen injured Capt Ross did not report flie cause of the fire The cable being 6f a 40mlllion project underwritten by and by the government owned telephone services of West Germany and France Scheduled to go into service There is a lot of support for I Stevenson within the partis rank he W1 PHILADELPHIA Walter and Mansfield said I dont j has given no hint of the penalties They could range from proba dustry today with playing into the lands of the Soviet Union by grab bing off huge profits and denying a fair share to workers the picture ion to as high as life imprison ment Florida prisoners become next fall the new cable also is intended for service between the See 2 Col 2 Alpern Says Pa Utilities Profits High HARR1SBURG Gen Anne Alpern who says many Pennsylvania utilities are making too much money has called for a meeting Wednesday of officials ol the states major cities to discusa ways of getting utility rate reduc Michigans Gov G Mennen for consideration for pa Hams told a television audience I Sunday Stevenson is always a The election of James Maitland Stewart of Beverly Hills and formerly of Indiana as an AlumniTrusteeatLarge of Prince ton University and of Lewis Har low Van Dusen of Cynwyd as a Regional Alumni Trus Reuther head of the United Auto Workers Union said many Mansfield made it clear he is employers are going through thelnot discounting Senate Democratic motions of collective they comply with the letter of the See KennedyPage 2 5 law but without the spirit of the Reuther said current steel ne gotiations are an example of what he had in mind Reuther keynoted a twoday con ference on collective bargaining held by the AFLCIO Industrial Union Department Reuther heads 67 union organizations which claim he said It had a white tee was announced at Princeton belly and I could see its jaws and yesterday by Donald W Griffith jagged teeth It was a i Secretary of the Princeton Na about 12 feet It was between mejtional Alumni Association at its and Bob and I could see him kickj annual Commencement meeting on his legs at it but it kept biting the front campus Both are mem jbers of the Princeton Class of 1932 Lehrer said he popped to the and will serve fouryear terms surface Mr Stewart was elected by vote But it was too late to do anyof the entire alumni body to suc thing Bob just went out of sight ceed Clark Hungerford President and I couldnt find him So I swam to and Chairman of the Board St Greensburg Man VFW Golf Jim McArdle Greensburg yes terday captured the 1959 State VFW Golf title in the final rounds at the Indiana VFW Country Club The Greensburg veteran defeat assigned to operations of the Gordon MilleT Red Lion lifers convicted of rape usually spend at least 10 years in prison The loreman of the jury which convicted the youths said Sunday night the jurors decided against the death penalty because there was no evidence of brutality A H King a Tallahassee plant ation owner described how the verdict was reached as an atmos phere of calm returned to Flori das capital city after weeks of tions There are too many utility companies which have pyramided their earnings by increasing rates and there has been no action to bring about a the at torney general said Saturday Miss Alpern who fought such rate increases during her days aa Pittsburghs city solicitor also chided the Public Utility Commis sion for not showing enough en thusiasm in curtailing what sha called high profits I have not seen too much vigi tension King said that i lance or sufficient activity on the on the basis of Part of the utility commission ta Strategic Air Command and re The big business groups in the championship the testimony before us there was evidence of threats with a gun and knife but no brutality was in The foreman said the case was decided on the law and the evi ceived the Distinguished Flying waging a class struggle in Ameri Other wjnners the CU1UCU c a B1IU Cross with Oak Leaf Cluster ica just as Karl Marx predicted tourney were Max Dick Homer dence without any consideration As a freelance actor since 1946 Reutjer told a chueermg first flight Joe Gamble JIMMY STEWART trustee at Princeton he has made 23 pictures They ure working overtime to Turtie Creeki second flight and He is a former Chairmanof the Prove Marx was riSht that eco Lee Beers Indiana third flight Permanent Charities Committee nomic Pressure groups would Complete details may h Hollywoods Community eventually kill each other off in in todays sports section a member of the National Boy Scouts of America and the Reuther said business musti Capitol Restaurant closed for Board of Directors Air Force Aslearn to understand that the employes vacation June sociation Princeton awarded himUnited States cannot have prog 2 jGXi an honorary degree in unless all its various and nine years later he delivered ments go forward together j an address to the graduating class j he said our sysi His father Alexander M Stewart tern wont work Business unless of Indiana is a member of the it shares the fruits of the econ Princeton Class of 1898 Omy not only will get us and the Mr Van Dusen is a senior part country in trouble but business ner in the law firm of as Biddle Reath Philadelphia He Reuther said steelworkers are is Vice President of the Board of fighting a battle for all organized Trustees of Episcopal Academy abor in the currently stalemated ja Trustee of the Academy of Natsteel contract talks in New York He called for some new kind of Of race protect the public by forcing rate she declared Invited to the meeting here were the city solicitors of Phila delphia Pittsburgh S c r a n t o n Reading and other major commu nities We would have returned the same verdicts if the defendants Complete details may be foundhad been four King said One Negro pastor said refusal of the allwhile male jury to send See 2 Col I Louis San Francisco Railway William Abitz 18 standing on a Company a resident of St Louis rocky promontory heard Pamper and a member of the Class of ins screams and saw him thrashj 1922 Mr Van Dusen succeeds ing in 3MApt deep water John Castree Williams of Prince MHe was trying to get out of the ton Senior Vice President of Ful Abitz said he looked ler Smith and Ross New like he was trying to i York Advertising Agency Class of j ed in the Triangle Club offered oral Sciences and of the Commun Pamperins wife Carolyn sat on 1925 by vote of the alumni inhim a small part in a Broadway jity Chest of Philadelphia a memmechanism that would bring busi a porch at a nearby house hysteriRegion I comprised of the New j play This led him eventually to ber of the Advisory Board of the ness and labor leaders together cal and sobbing while lifeguards England States New York New Hollywood under contract with Philadelphia Home for Incurables to discuss not only wage and other in a boat and a Coast Guard heli Jersey Pennsylvania and Dela MetroGoldwynMayer Appearing and the Visiting Nurse Society industrial problems but also such copter scanned the water for 40 ware in thirty pictures from 1935 tojHe has served many years as Socurrent political problems as ed minutes i Mr Stewart was graduated with i 1941 he received the New Yorkjlicitor for the Zoning Board of ucation atomic power expansion They found nothing of Pampera degree in architecture and Critics Award in 1939 and anAdjustment Lower Merion Town industrial mechanization and un in an exlifeguard But the copter planned to study toward a Oscar for the best acting the ship Montgomery County is employment j crew reported seeing a large degree in the same field when j following year During World War Jon the vestry of St Aspahs Epis l crusing beneath the sunlit Joshua L Logan Class of 1931 II he rose through the ranks to copal Church and a director of Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar water jwith whom be had been associat1 Colonel in the Air Force Reserve i several business enterprises gains galore 258x1 Inside The Gazeffe INDUSTRIAL Read the editorial concerning the managementlabor climate oi Indiana County on editorial page 5 McARDLE VFW Jim McArdle Greensburg is the mw Pennsylvania VFW golf champion Read the details of his victory here on spurts pages 10 and 11 inoisMen Sentenced Raymond and Paul Long RD 1 Chillicothe Illinois were sentenc ed today before Judge Edwin M Clark on a charge of larceny and receiving stolen property The two Illinois men stole a motor valued at from the Pioneer Lake in Montgomery Twp They pleaded guilty today and were given suspended sentences on condition that they pay the costs of prosecution make resti tution for damage done to the mo tor each pay a fine of and be placed on probation for Hwo years Other Features S H green purchases Easy Jewelry stamps on all terms Rogers tfx AUddin Limp Butluets Mirror 1415 1MB Editorial UosplUI Notes Obituaries 14 Society 4 6 KM If TVKadio 7 Z World Today WEATHER FORECAST Fair and cool again tonight Low 44 to 50 Tuesday rather cloudy and warmer High 75 to 82 Used Cars Colonial Motors Bar gains galore 25Sx Party tonite Catholic Center 256 Horner City Rifle Club party to like MOD til ;