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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Tlutt Serm Every Member of the ia Thursday January 8 All Bodies Found In COULD THEY GET OUTThe above photo shows an exit door at the Homer City High School building on M nday January 5 at a heavy brass lock arrow and not a with a around the corner there itely 70 pupils eating Hfrtvmtvi teacher in sig t tljeir lunches Are Ignoring Castro In Hav Suburb nto BULLETIN HAVANA AP Fidel Castro Ian an eastern s this afternoon an tnuumphal entry Castro left hfi is proceeding si vana from the e It was possible to army headqi Columbia in the before making i Havana As Cubans tui Itastro a rousing visional governm with plans for followers of fal gencio Batista officers already cuted Asks Broader geBy Sales Tkx HARRISBURG Edsvard J Kessl of tlie Senate Fi said today 200 i additional sales raised if the 3 pe tended to food An extra 85m could come by re ing exemption h We have com estimates but it that the tax wil these he dated Pregs the exploratory s He said the f vised by the Joi ment Commissio ijrm of the Legis still tentative Expansion of been discussed closing the comnonwealths rev enue gap estimaf 500 million dollar fiscal period star The commissioi ed that the preser lars in sales tax more than double if the levy Machinery equ plies used in m m Equipment am chased by public lions Equipment and mining driving i millions False teeth an used by dentists Jjf Electricity millions State liquor sto lions Sales of liquor inillji The report also million dollars c the tax is extent consumed in th process such as uteel ingots used to make bridge structures every Carls Hotel the auditorium Schoo icago Gszette photo by Sipos Lands Today EDITORS NOTE following article was sub mitted to the Indiana Evening Gazett state building inspector and is design public and county school officials to a need of stringent enforcement of fire safety The photos on this page i and page rirer by William Graff d to alert both the more 8 depict an outright ed by helicopter urb of Havana violation of the Fire and Panic Act of 1927 which States in ways of egress Exits shall be free from obstruc tion lighted and ready for INSTANT use at all These two pictures were taken January 5th prepared for aat p a a Haotit if there Ws a a result andllKe e would go first rters at Camp restern suburbs appearance an ed out to give the pro nt went ahead jeedy trials for dictator Ful ifteen military iave been exe All the doors were not locked btf who can say where a fire will occur and what door will have to be used in such an emergency Eisenhower Will Address World WASHINGTON The cen tral theme of President Eisenhow ers State of the Union message Friday will be the importance of maintaining fiscal responsibility at home while carrying xon the fight for enduring world peace The White House so indicated to day in repeating as Press Secre State rs What dd the recent disastrous School Fire in Chicago teach school officials throughout the na tion and in particular Indiana County In somo districts Indiana County school the supervisory person nel contacted the State Depart ment of and Industry and requested local inspector survey schools within the confines of their school districts Other school officials were in the process making extensive re James C Hagerty put it safetV standards required under RLancaster I that it will be not only a State of state regulations nee Committeethe Union message but a State of Because of the recent tragedy llion dollars in the World jin Chicago the School officials taxes can be Eisenhower will deliver the meshave beccme more cooperative in were preparing to meet with the state inspector so that he might outline safety precautions needed to bring these structures up to the oving the cloth said up with these i no indication be extended to told The Asso are purely at cent levy is exsa8e personally at a joint Senate House session His 40minute talk iondollar yield Beginning about will be car rjed on major television and radio networks Hagerty also said the President is determined to use every op portunity in all possible forms to seek public support for the legis lative program he will put before See 8 Col 3 fig ures were de Congress The State of the Union report State Governj will be followed on Jan 19 by the the research ture and were sales tax has a means of to be close to in the twoyear next June 1 report estimate 450 million dol evenues can be in the next two extended to ment and sup ufacturing arid ions supplies pur mil applies used Presidents budget message The White House already has announced that Eisenhower will See S Col 5 Trout Deaths Study Planned UNIVERSITY PARK Pa AP officials meet at Pennsyl vania State University today to try to find a reason for recent trout kilhi at the nearby Benner Spring Hatchery Dr Eric A Walker university president Voigt Jr the State Walter A Health Department No Bills To Act Upo Emergent Requeste has invited William executive director of Commission and Lyon chief of the State EDITION SavtrrCifrtiT ON FILIBUSTER Fire Kills 16 One Room BOSWELL Okla AP Fifteen childrenand an adult died today roaring fire in a fourroom wooden Rome All the bodies thtf of one child were piled oft anc around a bed in a rear room which had door Apparently someone push efl the one child out a window but the child was dead The victims were Sara Gardner 38 her 10 children three or phaned nieces and two visiting nephews from Oklahoma City Booker Gardner the father had been away hunting Almost in shock and his vface haggard Gardner a Negro walked about aimlessly apparent ly unable to iJomprehend im mediately the disaster which struck his He said he started home from his hunting trip before dawn tliis morning I felt sorta He received the news at the farm home of Vernon Love who drove him to the Gardner told Tpny re porter of the Paris News hat he started dta a hunt about oclock last night and hunted all nephew from tern Oklahoma town ofabpui population He listed victims as His wife their 10 children Juanita 15 Easter 13 Isaac 11 See 8 Col 1 Illegal Sale Of Gazette Subscriptions An illegal sale of subscriptions to the Indiana Evening Gazette throughout Indiana County has been called to the attention of Gazette publishers From several experiences re ported to the newspaper an un authorized person has been ap proaching potential new subscrib ers as well as current readers and giving them this sales talk For a certain price you can receive the Gazette for one year or have your subscription re get a nationallyknown magazine and at the same time be making a contribution to your favorite Of course you receive1 none of these after the salesman leaves the Iront door with your uf his pocket Publishers of tfte Gazette ad vise both potential new sub scribers and present readers to makesure that If ever ab proached by a bona fide repre sentative of the Gazette proper identification Is presented If ever In doubt please take time to call the Gazette offices HO 55555 for verification AP Speaker H G Andrews today ed on Lawrence to trot quarrying jout emergency legislation as soon he takes office Jan 20 or face other supplies he prospect of an immediate le million legislative recess He said there was no point in cupationa stateowm I have By Andrews convenes for Lawrences inaugur ation Jan 20 These include oc mil d wine by tap coaveaiug the Legislature week after week if there are no bills to act upon We had 37 bills introduced in aid ahuge 6I2i the House he said j be raised if this list of bills there isnt a to materiajsleingle item that calls for immed iate The veteran Democratic law said there have been re ports that deficiency fhursday njghtjpnattons almost immediately after the Legislature day untu disease benefits hospltajs and not been so notified by the inconing he said If tiat is so theh of course the needs of the Commonwealth must be Andrew added however that he presuned Gov Leader would have calkd a special session last year jf there had teen some ia surmounUble financial problem The House adjourned Wednes Jan 19 after naming committee s accepting the first bate i of bills House Bill No 1 turned iiit to be a proposal to for two more years the expired Dec 3V deadline for filing applications for a bonus by World War II veterans Some vet erans have still to seek this bonus first authorized 10 years ago The recess for next week was forced as in other years by the State Farm Show which attracts thousands of visitors to Harris burg accommodations become a premium The of bills in the House Wednesday was virtually a precedent In past years both branches gave themselves a breathing spell of a week or so to name committees and accept bills The Senate however put off introduction of bills until at least Jan 20 nn H 7 h Police GaPtain AlejandrM Garcia sentenced to death forkilling of young Revolutionary makes sure the prisoner is dead after a squad funshed its job at Santa Clara Cuba holesinwall behind where prisoner stood N AP Wirephoto Paper Ads AP The yule tide strike shutdown of nine New City newspapers has given advertisers a new awareness that newspapers are vital to a trade group reports on the basis of a survey The Newsprint Information Com mittee composed of a representa tive group of Canadian newsprint producers conducted aVanvass on the effects of the newspaper black out here A strike by the Newspaper and Mail Deliveries Union Ind led to a newspaper shutdown for 19 days which ran three days past Christ mas Some of the results of the can vass announced Wednesday were Executives of a wide variety of stores said that emergency adver tising on radio and television and in subways cost them more and generally was less satisfactory than newspaper advertising These of department stores specialty shops discount houses and said they have no intention Of increasingtheir use of radio TV and subway media next Christmas season The canvassing committee esti mated a 50miliiondollar loss to the community and industry and labor from the strike Oath Given ToDeGaulle As President PARIS Charles de Gaulle became today the first president of the Fifth Republic and appointed Michel Debre as premier In taking the oath of office De Gaulle declared that during his term he would if need be impose what the public good demands Debre is an ardentnationalist and chiefajspbitect1 of the new constitution establishing the Fifth Republic Debre who will 47 in a week was justice De Gaulles interim government Naming Debre was De Gaulles first major act after he assumed the presj deney shortly after nopn Debre will share executive duties with Gaulle The new constitution gives most effective power to the president The constitution provides that the president name the premier There is jso provisiOB as pre viously for the National Assem Politic In Johns Johnson Agrees To Proposal WASHINGTON AP The Senate moved toward a quick first showdown in tha filibuster fight today with the immediate issue narrowed to the question whether to throw the Senate rules open for re vision Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas the Democratic leader agreed to the move and pushed it along then announced plans to try to kill the proposal for new rules by means of a motion to table The situation was set up by an agreement from Johnson to let the Senate take up first the proposal to adopt new rules sponsored by forces which want tighter on long talk The plan was offered as a substitute for a compromise proposal by Johnson himself The Democratic leader obtained unan imous consent to go into the pro posal immediately and then an nounced his tabling plan Against the background of the simmering fight over civil rights and integration legislation John son had proposed some tightening the rules for cutting off debate But he had not gone nearly as Far as the strong opponents of tha filibuster wanted And his plan would have reaffirmed the prin ciple that the old rules which make debate hard to cut off car ry over A motion to table Is not de ble and once made would cql further discussion s he and Dancing tvsry Thwsdfy night at Carls By JACK BELL WASHINGTON ers struck back with crtes of poHtics today against Demo cratic contentions thai the Eisenhqwer administration is lag ging behind in the space age 4 1 In the opening what appeared likely to become a bristling twoparty figKt in the new Congress Sens Styles Bridges RNH and Thomas call of Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas for his party to seize national leadership from the House fellow Senate Dem ocrats Wednesday there is a defi cit of vigor in the Eisenhower administration They therefore have a mandate to assume con structive leadership beginning now not two years he added Bridges who heads the Senate Republican Policy Committee de scribed this as the opening shot in a political barrage he said he See 8 Col 3 First Kidnap SuspectHeld NEW YORK head quarters reported today that a woman was being held in Brook lyn in connection with a kidnaping that of a 2Hfcour old child last Friday night The police report was that the woman was being held at the St George Hotel by a traffic patrol man No further Information was given immediately except that other officers were being rushed to the hotel The baby Lisa Rose Chionchio was believed to have been taken from a crib in the nursery of St Peters Hospital by a woman described as a bleached blonde about 30 years old Search Request Said Premature CARTHAGE Wo AP Neoma Gorman answered a knock at her door and found 7yearold Everett Stark look ins for help Everett said he had lost his little brother Maxwell answer ed Mrs Gormans call to po lice He took Everett home four blocks away to report the dis appearance of little brother to the parents before staring the search But the boys father Ellis Stark would not hearof a search being made Everett doesnt have a Uttie brother Depressed Area Bill Pressed WASHINGTON AP Rep Francis E Walter has touched off an early drive by House Democrats for passage of a depressed area bilj He did it by offering a bill Wednesday calling for federal aid to economically depressed areas Walters bill follows closely the one passed by Congress last ses sion but vetoed by the President In side The Gazeffe COLLEGE WINSr ISTC cagers won their eighteenth straight league game last night by defeating Clarion Read the details on page 16 PETER EPSON Edsons column today on page 6 comments on the tactics the GOP may use to overcome the Democratic successes Other Features timp Businen Mirror Cowlei 2031 WEATHER Partly cloudy and cool Wttle change in temperaturt Friday wont gp over 32 t mov SV Spotlight Now PITTSBURGH federal grand jury turned to the Erie area today in its widening probe western Pennsylvania racket ao tivities C Some 30 witnesses from n9luding 12 police officers were summoned to testify in the ond day of the secret investiga tion A holdover witness from terday Alvin Mershetz of Ann bridge spent 20 minutes before the grand jury Then started the parade of Erie witnesses Mershetz a vending machine operator has told federal ties he believes rack eteers recently tried to buy hia business as a front for gam bang activities The first Erie resident to enter the grand jury room was Deteo tive Sgt George Winchell Other Erie police officers hand were Police Chief Edward Williams Detective Inspector Frank Figaski Detective Sgts James Hayes Mario Bagnoni Maurice Sheehan Jack Flasher and Patrolmen Jack Cousins Charles McCurdy Louis Noe Russell Verga and Wendell Moser The officers were described by government officials as ly to cooperate in the probe Verga was the key figure in an undercover police probe thai erupted into Eries 1954 police bribery scandal Mayor Thomas Flatley and Police Inspector Jack Martin were convicted in the case and served prison terms la addi tion about 20 reputed garoWers were convicted The grand jury investigation See EriewPsge 8 Col I Three Dogs 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