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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1961, Indiana, Pennsylvania May I96f In Laos Continued From Page One tfith Secretary of State Dean Rusk They wefe joined by Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara other State and De fense department officials and by McGeorge Bundy special assist ant to Kennedy on national se curity affairs Chairman J W Fulbfigty D of the Senate Foreign Re lations Committee firmly opposed Sending American troops into Laos Fulbright acknowledged the United States faced a serious loss of prestige if Laos fell to the Pathet Lao he added I dont think the terrain and conditions are right for sending in our troops We must seek another solution and we Fulbright said he would favor further military action in South Viet Nam Thailand or Burma if those nations requested It Appearing on a television pro gram Fulbright said the admin istration has failed to inform the American people of the crisis they face American Astronaut Said Ready Continued from Page 1 There are two radio channels two microphones and if they fail a telegraph key On the ground there are two radio command receivers If one battery system in the space capsule fails there is a 15hour spare The automatic systems that re lease the parachutes are backed up by manual systems operated by the pilot There is a spare parachute Radio beacons to help ships lo cate the capsule in the water are backed up by manual systems There is a special flashing light and dyes to color the water aid ing air searchers If the capsule should leak the astronaut can es cape aboard a life raft During the powered flight if something should happen to the rocket the escape mechanism would lift the space capsule free It is but can be trig gered by the space pilot The astronaut will talk via ra dio with one of his fellow space pilots through the entire space trip7and experts will be stand ing by ready to help Through much of the flight the spve pilot has a job to do He must report to grdund sta tions below at regular intervals He must handle some of the man ual switches to see if he can guide the space craft during the stresses of the flight Not only his life but the lives of future American astronauts are involved in the completeness with which this has been planned Find Bodies Of Two Girls In Michigan Continued from Page 1 some empty cartridges A gauge shotgun shell also was among items retrieved from the genera area since the search began A neighbor boy James S Ste phens 16 a Boy Scout patro leader was being sought for in vestigation in the case A note reportedly left by the boy and the discovery of a bloodstained Tshirt and the youths bicycl were clues The girls disappeared in wooded section of a Lake Mich Jgan park not far from then homes The last word of them was that they had gone picking flowers in a picnic area Sheriff Bernard Grysen of Ot tawa County said a warrant wai issued for the arrest of the Ste phens boy Stephens bike was found Sun day night at a Chesapeake Ohio railway crossing about six milei from his home The homes o Stephens a high school sopho more and the girls are two blocks apart Sheriff Grysen In telling news men he believed Margaret and Carol had been killed said believe the bodies will be dis covered within another eigh He ordered the search re sumed at dawn An estimate 700 persons aided In i huge search of the park area over the The only thing J can think about s that thing down in South sajd Cliambers father of Margaret was f peeking of the un fojved rape slaying of Geraldim WUliams 15 last Jan 11 nea Spitb Haven about 30 mile louth of Holland Kerp James stepfa ther said his wile Mildred waitress found a note when sto returned from work Sunday Kerb said he got only a glimps Ol the note but said it was from ajft accidental shooting an that James was headed lor New or Steel Company Ear f PITTSBURGH At egheny Ludlum Steel re ports itsnet earnings fell off million in the first three months of compared to the same period last year First quarter earnings this year totaled equal to 37 cents er share of common stock the irm said Friday In 1960 net earnings for the first three months amounted to or a share MH Careers Topic For Radio Series In observance of Mental Health Week April 30 to May 6 The ndiana Bounty Mental Health Association is presenting a series if interviews on Careers in Men al Monday through Sat urday from tp m on WDADwith an additional half hour Sunday from to 4 p m Dr Jack Dworin Chief Clinical ntendent of Torrance State Hos ital and President of the Indiana lounty Mental Health Association will conduct the interviews with various specialists in the mental ealth field Dr William J Schilling Super ntendent of Torrance State Hos ital will be heard Monday May An overall view of careers in mentalhealth will be discussed vith emphasis placed on the criti al shortage of personnel that ixists and the great need for oung people who have hot yet decided on a career to think ser ously of making one of tlie men al health professions their lifes work On Tuesday May 2 Miss Car mene Davidson Head of the Oc cupational Therapy Department at Torrance will speak on Careers n Occupational On Wednesday May 3 Ted itroup Headof the Social Service department at Torrance will be heard on the subject of Social Ser vice Norman Gaitens Director of Rec reational Therapy at Torrance will be interviewed on Thursday May 4 His topic will be Oppor unities in the Field of Recrea ional On Friday May 5 Harry Beren jok and Paul Kinnan Supervisory Attendants at Torrance will speak on Psychiatric Aides What they re and what they On Saturday May 6 Psychia ric Nursing will be discussed by Miss Barbara Forsha Instruc ress in Nursing Education at Tor rance In all the Interviews emphasis will be placed on the opportunities ound in each of the professions he educational requirements the alaries and the kind done A halfhour round table discus ion will be heard Sunday May centering on the advantages ound in mental health careers tie great need for new people in he field as well as the problems encountered in recruiting new per onnel Mrs Catherine Jones As istant Directress of Nurses will Miss Barbara Forsha on he panel All interested people are urged to isten to this series of radio broadcasts which represent some of the possible job opportunities n the mental health field If more information on Careers in Men tal Health is desired write to the Indiana County Mental Health As sociation 30 Dairies In Buffalo Area Struck BUFFALO drivers and dairy workers struck about 30 dairies in the Buffalo Niagara Falls area today as ex tended contract negotiations failed to produce a last minute settle ment The union sources said much o the milk deliveries to homes anc stores would be halted in this two city area of about a millio people The drivers serve wholesale an retail outlets Our pickets are walking rlgh now at all dairies said Ed Meiers steward of the Milk Ice Cream Drivers Dairy Em ployes Local 32 a Teamster Un ion The union represents about drivers and dairy workers Talks between the Local and th dairies represented by the Niag ara Frontier Unionized Milk Deal ers Association broke off in Buf falo about 2 after continuin midnight deadline The major issues are job secur ity and work rules TheStalks were to resume a today with Federal and Mediators sitting in Biddle Arrives At Spain Post ALGECIRAS Spain AP An thoay J new ambassador to Spain arrived Sun day with his wife aboard the line Constitution Biddle who replacesJohn Da vis Lodge was received by charge daffaires W Park Arm strong RED ROCKET PARADED IN MAT DAY Soviet rocket is hauled through Red Square in Moscow today during parade in celebiation of May Day one of biggest days of the year in the Communist world Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin Moscow Celebrates VlayDay Continued from Page 1 elements of the imperi list with having more nd more recourse to military ac ion to crush the mounting nation 1 liberation movements in Afri a Asia and Latin He charged that imperialist uarters of the United States rganized the recent antiCastro nvasion of Cuba Behind the ranks of goose tepping soldiers airmen and ailors came a gigantic display t armed might A rmored troop arriers tanks massive gun s elfpropelled cannons and ar mored cars stormed through red quare Formations of mobile rocket aunchers rolled behind them the ong needlenosed shapes of the ockets borne on huge tru ck railers After the parade of military nits came rank on rank of vorkers pouring through the quare in a seemingly endless olumn In honor oj the day the Sovj t government conferred Lenin eace prizes for on Cubas fidel President ekou and others Castro was cited as a public eader and statesman of the Cu an republic whose entire life is edicated to the noble cause of IB peoples for freedom and ln Toure was de cribed as an incorruptible loyal on of his people who fought tire essly for the freedom and inde endence of his homeland stood beside Premier Nikita Khrushchev on the reveiwing stand in the square on this first May Day ofthe space age AP Wirephoto via radio from Moscow By JACK BELL GETTYSBURG Pa jublican leaders expect Gen 3wight D Eisenhower to give resh support today to President Kennedy in the Laotian and Cu an crises Senate Republican Leader Ev erett Dirksen of Illinois pre dicted in advance a conference of GOP congressional chieftains with the former president will be concerned with international and domestic problems I would expect Gen Eisen lower to give some expression of his views current inter national Dirksen said I am sure he will tell the country President Kennedy has his sup port in these dangerous The Republican leaders ar Jeds Added or Mental Patients HARRISBURG Pub ic Welfare Department says beds will be added at six state mental institutions between now nd September 1962 The largest amount beds will be added at hospitals for re arded children Secretary Ruth Grigg Horting said over the week end White Haven Luzerne County will get 640 Canonsburg Wash ngton County 580 Ebensburg 480 200 There are 548 beds in the con struction stage for emotionally disturbed children 344 at the Eastern State School and Hospital Bucks County and 204 at the Western State School at Canons burg Another 650 beds are slatedfor adult mental patients at the Hav erford Mental Health Center Del aware County More than 130 different kind of meat products are canned by packing concerns Expected By Republican See Ike Support For JFK In Laotian Cuban Crises ranged for a breakfast with Ei senhower followed by a more for mal conference at the office he maintains here Dirksen and House Republican Leader CharlesA Halleck diana later will answer report ers questions and then turn the press conference stage over1 to Eisenhower As a part of a plan to keep in close touch with top Republicans Dirksen and Halleck planned to brief Eisenhower on the progress of Kennedys New Frontier pro gram through Congress They and other leaders met recently with former Vice President Richard M Nixon Republican National Chairman Thruston B Morton said he is carrying an optimistic report on party organization work to the former president Despite our defeat in the pres idential contest I have found in my travels across the country a remarkable degree of life in par ty Morton said Republicans are not dawnheart ed We are looking to 1962 with confidence that we are going to cut down the big majorities the Democrats have in both houses Morton expected Eisenhowers role in forthcoming political cam paigns to be sketched out at the conference Most Republicans think the for mer president will go into New Jersey to help exSecretary of Labor James P Mitchell try to win the governorship of that po litically important state Stockholders By ROGER LANE AP Business vNews Writer BALTIMORE AP hany Corp shareholders gath ered today to settle the issue in a attle of millionaires for control n the giant holding corporation and its billion financial em pire The contest was without paral el in American history over shadowing the duels of railroad and oil barons of a half century ago It could be as close as last alls KennedyNixon said rank E McKinney onetime Democratic national chairman The principals Alleghany Chair man Allan P Kirby and Texas financier John D Murchison his challenger both professed opti mism Kirby inherited a Wool worth 5and10 cent store fortune Murchison has a fortune built on oil But Murchison and close allies of Kriby agreed that it might take two weeks of painstaking scrutiny of stockholder votes to determine theoutcomeof the an nual meeting of shareholders McKinney an Indianapolis spoke at a Murchison re ception for 57 newspaper mag azine and radio men and pho tographers as chairman of the Murchjson groups Stockholders Committee for Better Manage Stockowners aside newsmen were outnumbered only by the sWarms of lawyers brought in by rival camps from Wall Street Baltimore Washington and Dal las Tex Armco Recalls More Workers Armco Steel Corp says modest improvements in orders and prep arations for plant improvements are responsible for the recall of more furloughedworkers to jobs at the Armco mill here Of the 500 employes laid Off during recent months 175 have been called back to work Musmanno To Testify PHILADELPHIA Michael Musmanno of the Penn sylvania Supreme Court says he will leave this week for Israel to testify against Adolf Eichmann Musmanno said over the week endhe had been asked to testify ay Atty Gen Gideon Hausner of Israel prosecutor of the case against the former Nazi official charged with mass extermination of Jews Mushmanno presided at three of the Nurenberg trials following World War II He said Hausner asked him to submit evidence from those trials bearing on Eich mann Research Chief For State GOP HARRISBURG Re publican StateCommittee has named Martin H Brackbill of Harrisburg a former newspaper man as its director of research at an undisclosed salary Brackbiil whose appointment was announced over the weekend will step down as deputy auditor general Tuesday when Democrats take over that fiscal department 11 Accidental Deaths In State Over Weekend By TOE ASSOCIATED PRESS Six young persons ranging in age from three weeks to 19 years died in accidents throughout Penn sylvania over the weekend Over all 11 were killed six in traffic accidents t Two teenage boys were shot to death Another drowned An infant strangled in her crib a tpt was ruij down by acar and a 19year old housewife was killed in a high way crash One death occured in a plane crash Howard Ryan 17 of Lock Ha ven was the drowning victim A boat carrying him and Carl Wil 20 also of Lock Haven capsized Sunday night when a rope attached to a grappling hook wrapped around Ryans leg body was recovered a short later Williamson made it to safety Ryan was helping volunteers search for two men missing since last Wednesday They are Ronald J Luce 25 and Army Sgt John McNamara 38 both of Lock Ha Yea 1 Jean Elizabeth Hipps 3 of Lev ittown was Wiled by an auto Sun day when she tried to dash across a street near her home with a handful of candy for her play mates Kathleen Smith seven weeks old strangled Sunday when she got her head caught between two rodson her crib in her home in Pittsburgh A gOn accident killed Leonard Parsyz 15 of WilkesBarre Sat urday in the basement of a friends home A shotgun with which Parsyz and Frank Poplaw ski 16 had been playing dis charged as Poplawski was putting it away Harold L Wertman 13 of sontown nesir Milton died in a similar accident Sunday at his home His olderbrother Charles was handling a rifle that discharged The young housewife Mrs Shar on Mikos of Tobyhahna was killed Saturday night when a car in which she her husband and two young married couples were riding crashed into a tree near Mount Pocono The other five oc cupants were hurt but none crit ically Killed in the plane crash was Ronald Merkel 30 of Allenown He was a passenger in the light plane piloted by Kenneth Fisher 29 also of Allentown The plane clipped a tree and crashed as it came in for a landing near kutz town Saturday Fisher suffered cuts bruises and shock Mrs Gertrude Quaker 54 of Philadelphia was killed Saturday when a stolen car occupied by three teenage boys ran a stop sign and slammed into her car police reported Another Philadelphia woman Mrs Martha Neubert 45 was killed Saturday night in a two car collision A double traffic fatality was re ported Friday night near Strduds Killed in the twocar cpili sion were Anna L Evans about 49 of Stroudsburg and Llewellyn Andrew 49 of Stroudsburg 3 driver of the car in which she was Senators HearRusk On Cuba WASHINGTON AP Secre tary of State testified behind closed doors today at the start of a Senate subcommittee effort to pin down the extent ol the involvement in the Cuban invasion fiasco His appearance before the Sen ate LatinAmerican Affairs sub committee an arm of the For eign Relations Committee will be followed later this Week by Allen W Dulles director of the Centra Intelligence Agency Sen Wayne Morse the subcommittee chairman told re porters a date likely will be set for Dulles appearance when the senators complete their question ing of Rusk But Morse said it would be later this Morse said in advance he woulc ask Rusk and CIA officials for a candid and thorough briefing on everything that has happened concerning Cuba since this ad ministration assumed While it was billed as a sub committee inquiry all member of the full committee were in vited to sitin Sen J William Fulbrjght the Foreign Relations Committee chairman showed up for this morning1 opening Before they went behind closed doors Morse shook hands with Rusk and pospd for photo graphers Rusk was accompanied to th hearing by Brooks Hays assistan secretary of state for congres sional relations and other aides Morse has complained vigorous ly that the administration failec to inform his subcommittee in advance of the illfated invasion of Cuba by Cuban exiles Had his group been consulted Morse said all its member would have warned that the oper ation would encounter severe trouble in Cuba and that it would have serious repercussions else where in the hemisphere espe daily if it failed to dispose o Over the weekend both Rusk and Allen W Dulles director o the Central Intelligence Agency agreed to testify The CIA wai criticized in some parts for its appraisal of the Cuban situation However an administration offi cial has said there were no mis calculations on the part of the QA Various senators are taking var Sous positions on what future policy in regard to Cuba shoulc be Sens Herman Talmadge DGa andHugh Scott say the United States should act force fully to depose Prime Minister Fidel Castro if Latin American nations refuse to help Appearing Sunday on a televi sion program Talmadge an Scott agreed they were willing to risk the loss of Labs Iran an qther areas in retaliatory action by the Communists if military measures were needed to ousi communism from Cuba Read Gazette Classified Ads OBITUARIES MRS CORA V STEWART SCHALL 82 of Kittaflfling RD 1 widow of Harry E Schall de ceased in 1906 passed away at her wftie Sunday April 30 1961 at She was bom May 30 1878 In Plumcreek township daughter of John M and Nancy E Moore Ste wart She 5s survived by one son Roy 1 Schal of Kittanning 1 hree grandchildren two great grandchildren one sister Mrs Claire Motfre of one bothter James W Steart of Kittanning 1 Mrs Schall was a member of the Elderton Presbyterian Church Friends will be received at the Dlark Funeral Home Elderton from 7 to 9 today on Tues day 3 to 5 and 7to 9 Ser vices will be held at the Funeral Home Wednesday May 3 at The Rev William S Merwin will officiate and interment will follow In the Elderton Ceme tery GLENN V ELGIN 57 died at his home in Elderton Sunday April 30 1961 at Born May 14 1903 in Elderton on of Homer and Flora Gibson Elgin he was employed as a me chanic for Pauls Auto Parts in Kittanning Mr Elgin was a mem ber of the Elderton United Presby terian Church a member of the Elderton School Board Elderton Sportsmens Association and al 10 Water Commissioner Friends will be received at the Clark Funeral Home Elderton rom 79 on Tuesday from 3 to 9 and services will e held at the Funeral Home on Wednesday May 3 at The Rev William S Mer win and Rev William E Shaffer both of Elderton will offic iate and interment will be in El derton He is survivied by his wife Ma rie Smith Elgin two sons and two daughters Mrs Leroy Kathleen Space of Hawthorne Rev Vernon Elgin Washington Iowa Ray L Elgin of Elderton Mary Florence Elgin at home five grandchildren two sisters Mrs Crawford Vesta George of El derton Miss Velda Elgin of New Kensington OBIT E7 MRS MAE NEAL BLACK of Smicksburg died at 9 Satur day April 29 1961 in Armstrong County Memorial Hospital Kittan ning from complications after sev eral days illness She was born April 13 1886 in Hamilton Jefferson County daugh ter of Charles S and Margaret Mitchell Neal She was married May to Merle L Black Mr Black died May 14 I960 She was a lifelong member of Salem Evangelical Church of Smicksburg She is survived by a son Paul M Black of Home and a daughter Mrs Richard Alene Walker of Kittanning Margaret Black Stiteler preceded her moth er in death A sister Mrs A P Harwick of New Kensington two brothers Charles Otto Neal of Valier and Alex M Neal of Smicksburg seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren also survive Friends will be received at the Donald S Bowser Funeral Home Plumville from 2 to 7 to 9 Monday and Tuesday The body will lie in state Wednesday May 3 at the Salem Evangelical Church from 1 to 2 the hour of serv ice The Rev John K Timm will officiate and interment will follow in the Lutheran C e m e t e r y at Smicksburg JOSEPH R MORfiONE 60 East 5ike died today in Johnstown Memorial Hospital A son of Domineck and Carolina Valitutti Morfdne he was born August 8 1900 in Italy He was formerly a resident of iomer City and was a coal erator Survivors include his wife Sara and the following brother and sis ers John Morrone Emlenton Mrs Samuel Litty Oliverio Fohnstown and Mrs Louis Diehl ndiana i He was a member of the St Bernards Church Indiana Friends are being received at tha Bell Funeral Home after 2 on both Tuesday and Wednesday Rosary will be recited Wednesday evening at 9 DST Requiem High Mass will be held rhursday May 4 at 9 VInsgr James Brady will be tha celebrant Interment wnl be in St Bernards lemetery MRS THERESA CECCONI 70 of Homer City passed away Sun day night April 30 1961 at the Indiana Hospital Funeral arrangements are In harge of the Hallow Funeral lome Homer City A complete obituary will be carried in Tues days Gazette JOSEPH H HAMILTON 2 Indiana retired Pennsylvania De partment of Highways Engineer died this morning A complete ob tuary will appear in tomorrows Indiana Evening Gazette CHARLES B JAMISON 87 years old of New Alexandria 1 died in the Latrobe Hospital at I clock Sunday afternoon He was born in Saltsburg No vember 9 1873 son of the late Samuel and Angela Beatty Jami son and was the husband of the late Marie Ellrick Jamison He was formerly a resident of Blairsvilla and was a real estate broker in the Blairsville New Alexandria district for years He was a member of the First Methodist Church of Blairsville He is survived by four sons Robert B of Avonmore C Don aid II of DeWitt Vernon P of Sherman Oaks William of Leonia two daugh ters Bernice M at home and Mrs Willeford Katherine Ander son of Hollywood Calif Also sur viving are four grandchildren sev en great grandchildren and a sis ter Mrs Mertie Householder of St Peteresburg Fla Friends are being received at the Felton Funeral Home New Alexandria where services will be held at 2 oclock Wednes day afternoon with Rev H M Pape officiating Interment will follow in Edgewcod Cemetery in Saltsburg Plan Film Showing At M Center MARION CENTER The thrill ing story of the Circuit Rider as he courageously carried the Gospel to the early pioneer i s cap tured in the new sound color film Proclaim Liberty to be shown at The First Methodist Church Marion Center Wednesday eve ning May 3 at 8 p m Proclaim Liberty tells in word and in picture the romantic story of the American Sunday School Union the rural home missionary Society that in 1957 completed 140 years of missionary endeavor Scene after scene o i great historical interest and of cur rent life in rural America come tumbling through the screen There is scarcely a phase of life in these United States not reflected in it Down through the years there is not a phase of that life which has not been touched in some way pr another by this pio neer rural missionary organization The film is a down to earth fas cinating story of the people who founded the Sunday school move ment in the United States Acting with virile faith these stouthearted circuit riders traveled over hill and dale carrying the Gospel of Christ The public is cordially invited No admission is chargedRev Jo seph M Gilkey is Pastor of the church Bumper Riae Crop NEW DELHI AP Indias 196061 rice crop is estimated at a record million tons an 8 per cent gain over the previous year ELSIE E REARICK of Rural Valley 1 widow of Law rence B Rearick who died in No vember 1960 died in the Armstrong County Hospital Sunday April 30 1961 at after a six months illness She was born in Hickory November 13 1896 daughter of John and Katherine Myers Shoe maker She was a member of the St Paul United Church o Christ Surviving are one daughter Mrs Francis Ruth Olinger of Kittanning and one son Law rence K Rearick of Monongahela There are seven grandchildren one sister Mrs Anna Steis of Ridgway and one brqther James Shoemaker of Valley also surviving Friends will be receivedat the Roy W Carson Funeral Home ral Valley from 2 to to 9 today and Tuesdayr Serv ices will be held at the Funeral Home at 2 Wednesday May 3 The Rev William Parker pastor of the Manoryille Methodist Church will officiate and interment will follow in Lawn Haven Memorial Park West of Kittanning National International News Briefs GLENDALE Calif man accidentally fell on an ice Pick Thursday and it went into his chest up to the handle passing through his heart King Jenkins 53 manager of an automobile agency calmly drove three blocks to a walked in and had surgery for removal of the pick The hospital says hes doing very well MILAN Italy plastic envelope containing dan gerously radioactive cobalt was mailed anonymously to police Fri day It was stolen two days from a booth at the Milan Police had used radioTV to warn the person who took the en velope not to open it Police received the precious en ve ope enclosed in a larger en veiope A letter with it said tha writer was returning the smaller envelope without opening it after hearing the warnings SACRAMENTO Calif strong narcotics law cleared tha State Legislature Friday It provides mandatory state prison terms for second offend ers It also bars probation to per sons convicted of selling mr not marijuanato mi nors v I ;