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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                V An Iftdiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family tt takes to K font erttdy bouquet of fldwfcfft to wake a Wfe happy ot suspicious January 5 1959 EDITION yTwa Sadtons s WV Wl I f V V D TONIGHT Havana Under Pending Urrutias 0 Expected Arrival Delayed HAVANA Cuba AP province was pro claimed under martial law today pending arrival visipnal President tlrrutia Urrutia was repor ready in the province arrival in the city itself ap parently was being delayed while revolutionary groups straighten out jurisdiction the presidential Earlier today Urrutia was er roneously reported to have arrived by plane at Havanas Internation al Airport for a triumphal entry into the city The revolutionary leader Fidel Castro who rooted President Fuil gencio from power on New Years Day and proclaimed Urrutia the provisional executive was making a leisurely but vic torious approach to the capital through the eastern provinces i The declaration of martial law was reported not directly related to disagreement about jurisdiction over the presidential palace The confusion as to authority arise from the fact that it has been occupied since Batista fled by an organization called the bi rectorio Revolucionario one of a of rebel groups which bat Batista The group was sup posed to have handed over the palace to Castros 26th of July Movement but has not done so as yet HOW LUNIK WOULD ORBIT THE solid line marjt how the Russian rpcket may orbit the arrow well estittjjrted i parnooru ussans esttjje orbit of Lunik would have amaximum diameter of 2ftmillotj miles and minimum of 91 million miles CAP Wirephoto Orbit MOSCOW Soviet Unions cosmic rocket continued its headlong dash toward a solar orbit today in Cmdr Rolando Cubela who look part in a rebel attempt to stormimans greatest conquest of space the palacfc and kill Batista in March 1957 presided at a cere mony in the palace Sunday to attack See 2 Col 1 Girl Still Listed As Critical DAYTON Dayton Joint High School student remains in very condition in Armstrong County Memorial Hospital as a result of injuries suffered in a Fri day evening traffic accident Its radio signals ceased as the call ed Mechta past an estimated miles in its plunge away from the earth It had then been in flight 62 lours Resources for feeding the radio equipment had become exhausted the Soviet news agency Tass said The program of observations and scientific investigations of the See 2 Col 2 Termed very poor is Connie Moore 16 for chest and head injuries and multiple lacerations about her en1 tire body She was injured In a ohecaf crash that claimed the IjJe Lojs June Calhoun a Dayton cheerlead vjflfer and resident of Kittanning RD 2 A third Dayton student Paula Barrett is listed in satisfactory condition in Adrian Hospital Punx sutawney The accident Rpute 839 about Friday evening while the girls were enroute to a teenage dance litRuralValley State Police at Kittanning said the Calhoun girl operatorof the ear apparently lost control of the auto the crest of Jordan Hill The car spun ofif the highway hurdled a ditch and sped into a farm field where it overturned several times The Calhoun girl was killed out right She was pronounced dead at the scene of a broken neck and skull Hospital authorities in Kittanning said they are keeping a close afch on the Moore girl Exact Vxtent of her injuries has not yet been determined The three girls had attended a Rural Valley Dayton High bas ketball game in Rural Valley ear lier in the evening and because of a school rule for players and cheerleaders returned to their home school on the bus They apparently decided to turn to Rural Valley for fee post anie dance and were eoroute to community in the Calhoun car when the mishap occurred CherryTree Teacher Dies CHERRY TREE Miss Margaret Riddle area school teacher for 40 years passed away Saturday at her home here fol lowinga lingering1 She was 77 Miss kiddie had taught in Burn and Susquehanna Cambria County during her long teaching career A complete obituary appears in todays AntiRacket Unit Formed For W Pa PITTSBURGH U S attorneys office today established a special antiracketeering unit to combat organized crime in West ern Pennsylvania Atty Hubert I Teitel baum also reported the state at torney generals office has asked for a transcript of racket testi mony in whfch the names of the Fayette County district attorney and chief detective were men tioned The transcript has been sent to Harrisburg Gallo Said StillSerious FromWound Francis Gallo local 15yearold accidentally shot Saturday after noon by a friend while target shooting remains in serious con ditiQn today in the Indiana Hos pital A report from hdspital officials this afternoon indicated the youth underwent additional xray exam inations this morning but his con dition remains unchanged The son of Mr and Mrs Frank Gallo 46 North Sixth young Gallo was wounded by a shot from a 22 caliber rifle fired by Joseph PosaVetz 14 sonof Mrs Anna Posavet St According to a report the bullet entered the right side of Gallos neck and penetrated into the left abdomen See 2 Col 2 Find Four Balloonists In Gondola BRIDGETOWN Barbados Four Britons who tried to make a baloon flight across the Atlantic were ound floating at sea Monday n the gondola of their craft Small They were rescued by a ishing vessel and brought to this island their original tar get Thefour left the Canary Islands miles away Dec 12 They had not been heard from for 19 days A fishing vessel captained by Costa Brathfcraite of this island came upon the four at sea about four hours out He plucked them from the water and brought them ashore jriear the Crane Hotel on shore They told him they had cut the ana water declined to tell Brathwaite how long ago they cut the balloon Idose or how long they afloat Sorry chaps the story has been they said The London DailyMail was sponsor of the expedition The sole woman in the party Rosemary Mudie 30 who was the copilot and cook appeared to be the least fatigued Colin Mudie 32 Rosemarys husband and Eiloarts son Timo thy 21 walked up the winding steps to the Crane hotel which overlooks the beach Where they landed Sentence two Here Today Two persons were sentenced by Judge Edwin M Clark this morn ing for motor vehicle violations Merle Naugle Indiana RD 3 found guilty Dec 9 by a jury o operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicat ing liquors was ordered to paj the costs of prosecution pay fine of and be confined totin Indiana County jail for 90 days Wendell Gromley Indiana RD 3 plead guilty today to a charge o operating a motor vehicle afte the suspension of his operating privilege He was ordered to pay the cost of prosecution pay a fine of and be confined to the Indiana County jail for 60 days 143rd Assembly Opens Tomorrow Tax Headache for Legislature HARRISBURG AP A tax conscious Legislature returns to Harrisburg Tuesday for what could be a long and ly important session of the Gen eral Assembly The 143rd Assembly convenes in the face of a burdensome money raising that of wiping out a 100milIion dollar deficit and pvp yiding up to half a billion dollars in new taxes Tuesdays meeting of the House and Senate will center around formality and pageantry which has accompanied such openings down through the years The Senate is expected to re cess at the end of the day until Jan the day before the in auguration of David L Lawrence The House may meet an extra day before doing the same There to take the inauguration to give Lawrence a breathing spell to submit bis was mounting pressure a sisweefe recess alter Sen M Harvey Taylor Senate Republican president pro tempore and powerful GOP leader joined in the reces idea first expressed H G Andrews veteran Johnstown Democrat who is ex pected to be elected speaker on Tuesday Lawrence is not expected to sub mit his budget until late Febru first formal signal for the lawmakers to begin financial de liberations Both the Senate and House wjll organize on the first day and then settle back to heat an account of the administration of outgoing Gov George M Leader Chief Clerk Lloyd H Wood will cal the House to order at U with an anaQunQement that the lower branch will convene official ly at noon Both branches will spend the interim naming committees to handle the proposed legislation Republicans control the Senate Democrats the House 108 102 With the exception of Rep Al bert W Johnson House Republican floor leader there will be new faces among the floor leadership Rep Stephen McCann Greene will head the Democratic forces in the House In the Senate the Democratic floor leader will be Sen Charles R Weiner and the GQP chieftain James S Berger To many who believed enact ment of the 3 per cent sales tax in 1958 was the ultimate solution to the Commonwealths tax dilem ma the next legislative session will probaKy bring a surprise There have been reports that lawmakers are considering either increasing the fivecentsapack cigwettt tax ir reviving the jne ceut a bottla soft tax to finance 15Q million bonus lor Korean veterans The State Highways Department also is known to be discussing privately the possibility of recom mending an increase in the cents a gallon gasoline tax to fi nance an expanded road construe tion program The highest figure ever aske for welfare and relief 740 million for the bien reported tQ be propose in the budget submitted by Harrj Shapiro outgoing public welfar secretary The figure which woud be a increase of 240 millions was re portedly recommended to Law rence by SJxapiro There still wa a question of whether Lawrenc and Mrs Ruth Grigg Horting Shapiros successor would Stan by the figure Shapiro has said public assisi ance needs sharp expansion in th coming bienntum His propose budget including money to ex pand the program consists of millions in state ftinds and 18 millions in state aid A Mikoyan 63yearold Russian deputy stops in front on his several hours wait around Washington today High on the display window is a sgri Dr the controversial Nobel novel by Soviet writer Boris Pasternak The been banned in Russia Mikoyan walked the windy streets and visited historical parts of AP Wirephoto Berlin Discussion f ailf Dul fles Predict Low Of 15 Below Afternoon temperatures fa ndiana County indicate the weathermans prediction for ecordsmashing cold tonight ill come true A check throughout ounty at3 p in today shows temperature range of from plus two degrees on Pena View Mountain in the rn portion of Indiana Coun y to a plus four at Purchase jine and a plus eight in In liana Borough The temperature gives every in dication this afternoon of being headed to record ten to 15 below ero tonight with continued frigid weather expected tomorrow During last night a minus four degrees below zero was recorded it the Penn View Mountain weath station and elsewhere through mt the county the mercury sank lelow the zero mark Icy conditions on the highways vere in part responsible for a east two accidents on county roads and tHe continued oltd gives promise of keeping driv ng conditions hazardous in spots Crews on county roads as well as in towns have been spreading ashes and cinders throughout the morningto lessen the chance of accidents however extreme tion is urged in driving by police and highway officials The weatherman is predicting the lowest temperatures of the wihfer thejforecast WASHINGTON Dep Premier AnastasI Mikoyan reported today he discussed the Berlin problem and Germany with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles After an hour and 35minute session with Dulles Miko yan said they also talkedover disarmament andtrade prob On leaving the State Department Mikoyan said he has arrangedto meet with after a tour of American cities He is reportedplanning to visit Cleveland DetrbjtfChicago Dal as and Los Speaking through an Mikoyan described the meeting with Dulles as a useful The Soviet leader who arrived from Moscow Sunday smiled broadly as he arrived at the State Department Seven Hungarian freedom carrying pla cards read Go hpme shouted insults as he walked up with Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Menshekov Mikoyan and the ambassador pressed through a crowd 100 reporters arid photographers Arriving in Dulles outer office they posed for pictures with Dul les seated on a divan Very glad to see Dulles said shaking hands with Mikoyan Once Dulles put his arm behind Mikoyan on the back of the divan and the two men launched into a friendly all about the weather The 63yearold Soviet first dep uty premier flew into New York City Sunday and drove directly to Washington At New Yorks airport he stu diously ignored a group of Hun garian some of whom yelled murderer and nist dog at him But a larger contingent waited in vain at the Soviet U N mission headquarters on Park which he bypassed Today however some of the same determined picketers ar ranged to march with placards outside the State Department where Mikoyan had his appoint See On 2 Col 3 College passed away unexpectet ly at his home on 346 South 13th St at 9 Mr Webb a teacher for years 31 of them at 1STC wa a noted business educator an authored several textbooks in th commercial that wer See 2 Col I Italian Forti Fuel ROBERT F WEBB educator dies RetiredlSTC Teacher Dies Unexpectedly Robert 69 retired in w wu structor at Indiana State Teachers a demonstration of the case with tir a IKA Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporations NU MEC has been awarded a prime contract by AgipNucleare SPA of Milan Italy forthe supply of 300 fuel plates for an Argonauttype atomic reactor being constructed by the latter company an nounced today by Dr Zalman M Shapiro president of NUMEC The fuel material used in tht plates will be on of several types of uranium oxide produced by NUMEC from uranium fluoride a gas supplied by the United States Atomic Energy mission This will be en riehed in the fissionable isotope of uranium U235 to 20 percent of total uranium content Dr Shapiro stated that NUMEC wjll subcontract the fabrication of the aluminum plates in which the will be clad to M C Nuclear Attleboro a subsidiary of Metals Controls Corporation The Argonauttype reactor is a lowcost waterrcooled research re actor driginally developed at the Argonne National Laboratories of the Atomic Energy Commission at Lemont 111 A mojclej of this type of reactorwas constructed onsiui at the Second International ference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy held at Geneva Switzerland in September 1958 aa Inside The Gazette HAJUUSBURG Leonard Unger comments today on page 8 about the 1959 Pennsylvania General Assembly Youll want to read this Harrisburg column INDIANA ACs Indiana AC won their first game Saturday evening Read abuut tins and other sports on pages 10 and II Other Features Which such a reactor can be as sembled This contract is in additipn an order announced by recently ftjr the productton of five tons of enriched nuclear fuels foi the French Government Both orders as well as which Dr Shapiro stated NUMEC is negotiating with European com panies are carried out under AtomsforPeace imdei which United Govern ment makes enriched nucjear 019 terials available to foreign opuntries Mirror 1218 Crotgwords 14 8 10U IVRnllo 1 ft Mostly clear with recordbreaking cold to 15 below zero Tuesday sunny and not quite as cold Afternoon tempera tures 12 to 18 Members of Indiana Lodge NJ 313 F A aad Other Masoo are requested to meet al til Bence Funeral Home la Clyma at this evening tor service for Our tote JSrofijur Steeie   

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