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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1961, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Wives are one thing some dont tuidferstettd very well about marriage Volume 219 Fiftytwo Indiana Pennsylvania May 1 I96U County EDITION Four Sections Seven 65 MERCHANTS IN MAY DAYS SALE Laos Rebels P Although Fighting Continues By JOHN GRIFFIN VIENTIANE Laos AP The proCommunist Pathet Lao rebels proposed a cease fire meeting hi nomans land areas north of Vientiane but they showed no sign of slack ening their drive against the Westernbacked Laotian gov ernment A government officer carrying a white flag was to try to con tact the Pathet Lao today near Ban Namon about 35 miles north of this administrative capital A similar mission Saturday was ig nored by the rebels Neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma whom the Communist bloc recognizes as premier of Laos said he would agree to a military meeting in Ban Namon before Wednesday Capt Kong Le commander of one faction of the rebels followed up with a broadcast promise of safe conduct to Ban Namon Kong proposed that each side send a delegation of five to ten persons to discuss the fixing of a specific date and hour at which a1 ceasefire should begin and to discuss the rules governing the It was the first time the rebels had proposed a meeting outside their stronghold at Xieng Khou ang on the central plain or at Vang Vieng 45 miles north of resident Kennedy LAOS CONTROL GROUP MEETS IN NEW Prime Minister Nehru right speaks at New Delhi Friday at first meeting of the international control commission chosen to supervise a ceasefire in Laos From left at table are Leon Maryland of Canada Samar Sen chairman of India V K Krishna Menon of India and Nehru Not shown is Jeray Michalewski of Poland another member of the commission AP Wirephoto Tomorrow Is Day For US American Astronaut Awaits Final Choice By JOHN BARBOUR Associated Press Science Writer ui A CAPE CANAVERAL Fla trained 6 American will try to get sleep tonight knowing thatS This cheering note was offset the morning he may rocket into space bv enemy attempts to seize Ban I Sometime after dawn he may be strapped into a space Keun only 25 miles north of Viencapsule atop a relatively puny rocket Tension High In JOHANNESBURG South Africa Military circles were apprehen sive the rebels might strike next Atlantic The experts say the odds are 100 to 1 that he will at Nam Tha about 70 miles through without harm northeast of Luang Prabang The city which has a big airstrip is easily accessible from the Chi nese frontier Rebel moves in the northwest were seen as part of a general attempt to seize as much terri tory as possible before a cease fire takes effect W Averell Harriman roving ambassador for President Ken nedy and Prince Norodom Si hanouk of Cambodia in Luang Prabang for the qremation of King Sisavang Vong both pushed for a ceasefire agreement The Peiping Peoples Daily came out with a com mentary today blaming the Unit ed States for all the troubles that afflict Laos The paper claimed that proCommunist groups inside Laos had responded favorably to ceasefire appeals but charged the United States took a diametri cally opposite Hopes Bleak In Londons Dock Strike LONDON AP Hopes of a break in Londons dock strike were dashed today as long shoremen rejected union backto work pleas and threatened to ex tend the stoppage to other British ports Strike leaders ordered a mass rally Tuesday outside the House Perhaps 100 minutes later the Redstone rocket will continued today at 115 miles up and 290 miles south over theWarmbaths a sma11 resort town about 100 miles north of Johan nesburg after a night of clashes between police and Africans strik ing against a white official Early reports said two Africans were killed and four injured when police opened fire on a mob Later the police said only one African was killed and two were hospitalized The government suspended the white official Marthinus Van Col ler the municipal officer for nonwhite affairs The Africans objected to his return to duty after the Supreme Court sei aside his a six month prison sentence on a charge of having sexual relations with a nonwhite Van Coller claimed that whites in Warm baths incited the African protes against him Gazette Family Adds One Girl The Gazette family added an other girl yesterday when a daugh ter was born to Mr and Mrs Earl Fairman Homer City R D 1 Named Judy Ann the latest ad dition to the Gazette family weighed in at seven pounds six and a half ounces about Sunday This is the second child for the Fairmans Brother Eddie is anx iously awaiting for his new sister to come home of Commons to air their griev ance against hiring parttime un registered dock labor The dockers refusal to This Redstone is less than a tenth as powerful as the monster rocket that shot Yuri Gagarin Soviet army major on a space trip around the world in 108 min utes last month Still this is the first relatively safe step in a program that will the year is an American the same thrilling ride ground the globe The space pilot himself knows there is some risk involved says a source close to the astronauts 3ut for a man with experience n testing highpowered aircraft it is an accustomed risk Fabulous steps have been en to insure the space pilots safe y Anything that might fail in he space capsule comes in dup licates so that one will always be in service The countdown has begun on the rocket and men are readying it for flight Two possible space pilots whose names are still secret are being prepared for the trip One of them will go One will be on the ready should a slight the first The chosen two were picked from three known names John Herschel Glenn a Marine Corps lieutenant colonel from Concord Ohio Alan Bartlett Shepard a Navy commander from East Derry N and Vir gil Ivan Grissom an Air Force captain from Mitchell Ind The day of the shot two these men will a shower and shave in their nomic chief Ernesto Guevara Find Bodies Of Two Girls In Michigan HOLLAND Mich and volunteer searchers today found the bodies of two school girls who had been missing In Laos Meeting By BARRY SCHVEID WASHINGTON AP the National Security Coun cil again today to more active role Jnited States in calls in weigh a for the trifetorn Presumably Kennedy and his top military and diplomatic ad visers will consider bility of and alii the possi id military Saturday Pending arrival of a medical ixaminer police declined to con irm reports that the girls had been shotto death The bodies were about 25 feet apart and covered with leaves n this desolate dunes area The location is about a fourminute walk from the homes of both girls and about 150 feet south of a path covered by scores of searchers since Saturday night Rex Webbert 22 a civilian was first to come upon the body of Margaret Chambers 12 He was followed immediately by Sgt Edward Lennon commander of the state police post at Grand Haven Mich Webbert shouted Ive found something He parted the pile of leaves and uncovered Mar garets red jacket Within moments someone else in the party shouted Heres the other one The second pile ol leaves partly hid the body oi Carol Gee 11 A foot was pro truding State Police Det William Chandler earlier had discovered See 10 Col 1 intervention as a means of coun tering Communist advances in Asia Any intervention would be mad through the Southeast Asia Treaty Alliance This is the fourth session fo the top strategy group within 10 days It last met Saturday There was a chance tension In Laos would be eased by the time Kennedy met with his advisers in late afternoon The Stjate Depart ment was studying With interest news dispatches from Laos which told of a rebelbacked ceasefire offer There was no official comment in Washington but one official said privately the movie by Prince Souvanna Phouma ijs encourag The dispatches saicf Souvanna who is recognized as premier by he Pathet Lao rebels proposed i meeting of military leaders on thfji front north of Vientiane the capjtal A white flag mission Saturday failed to establish contact with he rebels There were no repoits of strong military action Sunday Saturday strong antigovernment forces struck at Ban Keun the last large town north of Vientiane While it remained whether a ceasefi in doubt formula could be worked out the United States canceled the airlift of some troops to Europe for a planned NATO exercise armed forces lappeared to be preparing for any role they may be called on to play in Southeast Asia or elsewhere They were doing it in a rightdrawn secrecy equaled only in wartime Kennedy cut short his weekend rest in the Virginia countryside Sunday to review the Laotian crisis with top government offi cials Shortly after a helicopter de posited him on the White House lawn Kennedy went into con See 10 Col 1 Gagarin Featured In Russian Holiday Cubans Russians In May Day Celebrations Havana By LOUIS DE LA HABA Workers militia delegations j from Cuban organizations and some foreign countries were to march in a long parade KEY WEST Fla AP Cu Foreign delegations will Moscow MOSCOW Moscow cele of party food and drink th worst in some yeariji The vodk supply ran out Saturday Meat street market T 9 f vw AJ 4IIUA IWcV MtkbUA UU T Hi bans massed today In Havanas elude groups from the Soviet Unspace age today with spaceman department disap civic square for a Moscowstyled May Day of Fidel Castros Social ion European Communist coun tries Asia and even one Ameri ist revolution and the victory of jean group which the radio said his troops over insurgent invadwill march to show that all Americans are not ers Castro who Sunday was award A newspaper was quotsmile on his face as Defense Min Yuri Gagarin in a place of honor on the Red Square reviewing stand next to Nikita Khrushchev Looking trim in air force uni peared again There was not eve sausage in Moscows shops Long lines of Muscovite Stores Opened Tuesday Night For Huge Sale The thrifty shopper as well as those whose is lessened by the current recession will be in Indiana Tuesday and Wednesday May 2 and 3 to take advantage of May Day sales For the first time in over 20 years about 65 mer chants in Indiana are cooperating in a gigantic money saving sale that offers real bargains To accomodate the rush of shoppers the Indiana merchants will remain open until 9 p m Tuesday eve ning Merchants are participating in this special sale in a spirit of savings for their customers They have lowered prices wherever possible and have numerous items on special sale at lower than cost to them News of this May Day sale should be welcomed by district shoppers at a time when some people in the county are out of work Hoping for volume sales the merchants offer this special promotion as a grass roots attempt to put more life in the local economy by increasing sales and put ting less strain oii recession ridden pocketbooks As an announcement of the sale more than homes in the Indiana County acea will receive a copy of this special edition of the Indiana Evening Gazette Stores participating in the May Day Sales will dis play bright red signs signifying their roll in this money saving enterprise Coming at a time of year when thought is given to new clothes house cleaning and remodeling lawn care and winter cleanup the sale should be extra attractive to district residents Since the merchants aredoing the best they can for the twoday sale everyone will want to share in this unique project of the Indiana community area Listed below are a few of the Hundreds of Items for customer approval Reg Quality Nylons 44c Reg Car Cushions 48c Reg x 4 Peg Board Reg Spreads 2 for Reg 670 x 15 Tire Reg Cleaner Reg Hats Reg Sport Shirts 99c Reg Jewelry 4 for Reg Pipes Imported Reg Gym Reg Summer Shoes Reg Trousers Reg Paint gal Reg Reg Movie Camera Reg Folding Table Reg Reg Paper 19C Reg 79c Half Slips 2 for Reg Deluxe Shampoo 89c Reg Reg ft Stepladder Reg Dress Shoes 2 prs Reg Reg Refrigerator Reg Television Reg Reg Filled Reg Saddle Oxfords Reg x 12 Armstrong Reg Clock Radio Reg Reg Reg Reg Watch Bracelet Reg pc Chrome Reg PC Sofa Bed Reg Pads with Reg Jig Saw Reg Set Hair for a 2SLZZ XL thelenin as saying aneffigy of Presijister Marshal Rodion Malinovsky tf to wtaowljg get up at dent Osvaldo Porticos and ecodent Kennedy would be burned at addressed the paraders and the in peoples mind secluded quarters in Hangar S were scheduled to address mul 15 minutes away from the waiting titudes o f w orkers and militia the rally The report said Ken110000 spectators admitted to the Malinovsky started his keynot r i tirith a 0011100 n rt A fV nedy would be represented as asquare Statue of Liberty dressed in a Gagarin Khrushchev and other work alongside parttimers has brought half the port of London to a standstill About 60 ships are idle Labor Minister John Hare now Is under pressure to use troops to get cargos moving A number of ships have sailed out of London with cargos undis charged Some merchants are planning a food airlift from Con tinental ports The Wwther Occasional showers and mild tonight and tomprrow with pos slble thunderstorms rocket brought into the capital for Klux Klan robe and carryingtop Soviet leaders watched as V It will be a busy morning with day Havana radio said about a torcn in the hand and a j Malinovsky saluting and erect iniQ a physical examination and the three million persons would parcrown of cannons on his open automobile reviewed complicated process of getting iticipate in the rally A speech with an assurance that th Soviet government was deter to provide jin abundanc and goods years of the into the space suit topped i swastika a upon rank of soldiers sail ors and airmen regime Malinovsky went on the Soviet Union had been trans marks on the body of the space i that landed in Cuba two weeks j pilot These mark the locations ago was expected to speak b other au 5 Ch a rg es Af t e r C r a SV Police Throw I A j rv Book At Driver has become where on the course of his T ivu thaf if Viac onloroH intn I S8nUagl will be placed to provide now that it has entered fcu a on earth with a constant medical its Socialist city record of the man in space The May Day celebrations fol Party tonight Catholic Center the double safety standards takl suitlists said they fear will be filled with pure oxygen If the space capsule is damaged and wont hold air the Representatives of every labor ism n Cuba were brought into In ration of praises for the virtues of social television one of the biseest of as a following a onecar accident near here Saturday ear in the Communis world said 1 I Ivan Carpenter Chicora is in Armstrong Coxmty JajJ The day in Moscow was bitter The marsnal tnen launched intowhere he is awaiting action on the following charges QQld and cloudy i1jGagarin in recorded May Day greetings broadcast today said the day is a festival for those with clear conscience who want to make it fine for on earth an attack on alistic forces aggressive imperi who he said were Driving an automobile without j ithe permission of the owner driv Ions quest for The Soviet armed forces said I all equipped with mi nister Soviet people 2191 proud to say that this is the railroad trains and numerous j plained the Cuban masses werejwe are all striving he said I buses and autoniobiles the radioshort on Socialist fervor and Moscows festive mood was See 10 Col I said Blacking off on their work 1 tempered somewhat by shortages the astronaut a 1 1 which are to ever Malinovsky accused 00 the j cense failure to display a regis tratioii plate misrepresentation of an automobile drivers license and drunk and disorderly conduct Carpenter driving an automo bile owned by the late Frank G Kraken Dayton was involved in i a onecar See Page 10 Col near Rural Valley about p m Saturday Patrolman Fred SchrecengosJ said the car ran off fts highway and hit a clump of trees He not fix the damages Schrecengost said Carpentej was driving the car without permission of Mrs Kraken The charges have been filed be fore Valley Peace ;