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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County NewipapeiThat Every Member of the Family i i f n t m i V ft n 123 Pages J vf J i C EDITION v m Friday January 9 1959 Two Sections Everything Seems To Be Up m STATE ortHi UNION own n AP r President today challenged trie Demo cratic neyr Congress to meet the Communist threat by liv ing within his 7 7billioricIol lar budget and working to ward tax relief in thefore seeable In a State Union message outlining adminis tration plans for building a better and stronger America in this space age of catastro phic war the President said his formula 4s designed to preserve this na tions way of life Useless expenditures lie said might tend to undermine the economy and therefore the na tions His address prepared for personal delivery at a joint session of the Senate and House also setjforth these otherhighlight proposals callingfor 1 Enactment ofnew ciyil rights legislation submitted greSs specific L qdsmg m some publip schools in coutrdr yersy and pledged anew he will take every action necessary to en r Leader Fidel Castro waves to crowd as he rides down the drive in theheart of Havana alter a triumphal entry yesterday The streets were jammed for the parade of the Revolutionary hero AP Wirephoto Fire Levels Frame Home ELDERTON Fire believed to have been caused by defective wiring yesterday leveled a two story frame house near Girty and left a family of four persons home less Elderton firemen alerted at rushed to the scene but Assistant Fire Chief Lawrence c ilvis said flames were beyond j Senate today turned down a key control when his company arrived j proposal designed by civil rights New Rights Bill Beaten In Senate force the law as the courts interpreted by 2 New laws aimed at wiping out corruption racketeering and abuse of power and trust in labor management Eisenhower expressed disappointment the last Congress also Democraticcontrol led did not act in this field See 15 Col 4 By JOHN CHADAVICK WASHINGTON Senate drove toward a key test vote today on the power of senators to filibuster civil rights measures and other legislation to death The test was on a motion to table and thus kill a pro posal of Sen Clinton P Anderson DNM designed to es tablish that each new Seate has the right to determine its own rules by a majority vote The vote first scheduled Thurs day was postponed until today Andersons motion was the first in an effortof a bipartisan group of Northern and Western senators to put a tight curb on filibusters They said that if they lost out on this first round they would at tempt to change more to their lik ing a compromise antifilibustffr resolution of Majority Leader Lyn at the home The blaze completely destroyed the residence of William Fennell Shelocta RD 1 He and his three children lost all their possessions in the fire Damages according Ho Assis tant Chief Silvis will probably amount to said the loss will be partially covered by in jisurancc Mr Fennells daughter reported ly turned in the alarm after the fire broke out She and two other children were in the house at the time but they escaped injury The Fennell residence is locat ed on Route 210 south of Elder ton and near Girty AltoonaFire ALTOQNA Pa of undetermined origin today badly damaged the onestory block building of the Altoona Pis tol and Rifle Club on the outskirts of this Blair County town About 15 minutes after firemen arrived at the scene the roof of the building collapsed There was no estimate of the damage don B Johnson It was Johnson who offered the motion to table Andersons pro posal Sen Everett Dirksen of Illinois the Republican leader predicted shortly before the start of todays advocates to clear the way for a curb on filibusters The roll call vote was the first test of strength in the swirling battle over rules touched off with the start of the new Senate session two days ago It marked a striking victory for Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson DTex and other Demo cratic and Republican Senate lead ers backing a compromise offeredin an unusual Saturday session session that the would get about tabling motion 60 votes This would be well over the majority necessary Johnson told newsmen he plans for the Senate to meet tonight and by Johnson Conversely it was a major set back for Vice President Richard M Nixon and a bipartisan anti filibuster bloc of Northern aqd Western senators The vote came on a motion by Johnson to table and thus kill a resolution by Sen Clinton P An Found A large collie dog has been found and is how seeking his own er The dog who appears to be very well kept and has been trained to such commands as sit and stay is male who is mostly brown in coloring The owner may claim by shonjng HO 30198 Dance tnnite Hotel HomerMusic Johnny Douglas 123x He declined to speculate how ever on whether it would be pos sible to wind up the rules fight this week Sen Jacob K Javits one of the coalition leaders said the showdown on Johnsons tabling motion would be the decisive vote on this whole FilibusterPage 5 Col 7 10 Believed Victims In Air Crash K1NGSPORT Term wreckage of a twinengine South east Airlines plane was spotted to day in Holston Mountains about 20 miles here AH aboard apparently were killed The crashed plane was found by a Tennessee Air National Guard flier Hepinpointed the wreckage as about 300 feet from of the mountain The plane was Rescue parties were dispatched immediately to the site The plane disappeared Thurs day night as it was making a turn over the mountains prepara tory to an instrument landing at nearby TriCities Airport The pilot Robert Gollmier of Kingsport radioed at p m that he would try an instrument landing because of snow The plane was never heard from again The airport control tower said the plane which had flown from msRevo II HAVANA AP Fidel Castro charges thhat certain revolutionary elements are hiding arms for use against his leadership He an nounced weapons and ammunition were seized fro vmHavanas San Antonio barracks Tjy dissident ele ments Wednessday This somber note emerged in the Cuban capitals joyous recep tion of the bearded civil war hero warned his cheering support ers Thursday night they must guard their victory against both diehand backers of deposed dicta tor Eulgencio Batista and certain revolutionaries Addressing persons at Camp the arniy head quarters just outside Havana Cas tro appealed to public opinion to bans f u CuVfi Engulfed ZAMORA Spain roaring unleashed by dam break on Lake Sanabria en gulfed the sleeping village of Elivadelago today Fewer than 200 of the towns 500 inhabi tants are known to be alive Only 12 hours after what is believed to be the worst catastrophe in recent Spanish history were rescue workers able to enter the ruins of Rivadelago as the waters re ceded Engineers of the Monacabrilf Hydroelectric Co estimated more than 230 million cubic feet of wa ter had swept down the drop onto the village shortly after midnight The roar was heard in villages five miles away Pouring rain flooding the dam for the past month added to the the scene Houses in Rivadelago a of 500 inhabitants were swept away as if made of cardboard at Russians Mikoyan CHICAGO AP Soviet pep Premier Anastas I Mikoyan greeted in Chicago by more booing pickets and flying eggs despite President Eisenhowers call for courtesy shrugged off the demonstrations today as unimportant He told a news conference he attaches no importance to the disturbances accompanying his visits to Cleveland Detroit arid He told newsmen lack of trust is the greatest obstacle ttf ending the cold war troops garrisoned inZamora members of the youth frontwere im dered to the scene The Monacabril power station on the western edge of the lake and employes on duty there also See 5 Col 2 Inside 7 he Gazette BOYLE Outdoor men in dpwnjtown New York help Hal Boyle initiate his discussion of outdoor and indoor men See page 6 halt contraband traffic in arms and leave the little leaders without troops He said some dissident ele he did not identify raided the barracks and seized a number of machineguns and riflesand cartridges The exact number of weapons was Castro said this was an affront to both himself as commander in chief and to his Havana area commander Maj Camilo Cien fuegos There are manyvarying ele ments within the revolution who may find themselves at cross pur poses as events unfold despite the look of solid unity at this moment Castro told the Camp Columbia rally that the next 5 to 15 years will tell whether the See S Col 1 Undercover Erie Gpp In RacketProbe PITTSBURGH Erie patrolman whose undercover work in his own department led to several bribery convictions five years ago today went before a racket probing U S District Court grand jury Russell Verga 35 took his little black notebook with diary in which he said he had kept an up to the minute account of crime activities in Erie The grand jury is probing rack et activities in western Pennsyl vania Testimony is secret Several Erie police officers testified Thursday and Police Chief Edward V Williams stooc by to testify later today So dl more than a score of other Erie residents Assistant U S Atty Thomas J Shannon said Thursday tha things are going better than we Memphiswith stops at Nashville and Knoxville was over the Hoi ston Mountains when it sent its radio message Some peaks there rise feet There are no roads in the im mediate area where the wreck age was located The demonstrations he said I regard as more or less comedies They do not represent the opinion of the American Pickets were on hand at Mid way Airport when Mikoyans plane arrived from Detroit An other group congregated at the crowd back at His superior U S See 5 Col 2 Two Thefts In Shannock A spokesman identified the pick jts as refugees from Hungary and other countries behind the Iron Curtain Mikoyan affable and smiling said he expected his reception in he United States to be good but it was evert better than I ex He said he has met Americans of all classes and that all have given him a good recpetlon The Soviet official said he be lieves his visit has been worth some of the prejudice between the United States and the Soviet Union has fallen away He was asked who was to blame for the cold war Your people are trying to blame us for the deterioration of relations after the he said It is our you are to The Red leader said he had no special purpose in mind in corn See 5 Col 7 ISTC Indiana State Teachers College cagers broke a loug home win ning streak last night by losing to West Virginia Wesleyan gee page 10 j j tuny Mirror Ctort Vnt Other Feafures IMS Croitworfo U IfrU NQlei t A A CT f Partly cloudy little temperature change a lew snow flurries tonight and Saturday Low tonight 9 to 14 Delay Ruling Of Cleanup WASHINGTON Dist Judge F Dickinson Letts today de layed a hearing on a request of courtappointed monitors for broader powers to force a cleanup of the Teamsters Union He put off the hearing pending the outcome of an action in the Court of Appeals to require him to permit the union to hold a new convention elect officers and thereby get rid of the moni tors Edwar4 Bennett Williams at torney for the Teamsters vowed any fsamstears connection with the Court of Appeals action Fomiliar Faces in New French Government On DeCaulle Placed Track rea RURAL VALLEY Two Shan nock Valley business establish ments were burglarized last night according to a report made today by Police Chief GilbertJames Broken into were McColgans Market on Route 85 just west of NuMine and the Rural Valley Lumber in this community Chief James said burglars sacked the grocery store and es caped with a quantity of merchant dise including groceries pipes cigarettes cigaret lighters and clothing They also toofc abut in change Police said the burglars entered the store by breaking a side win dow The robbery was discovered at 6 oclock this morning by the mar ket owner J William McCplgan Taken from the lumber company were power saws and power topis valued at about Chief James said burglars made their entry by breaking the glass in the shop door at the loading dock He said the robbers tamper ed with the cash register which was empty and the sale but no money was taken The breakin by Paul Jewart a partner in the lun ber company ownership Investigation of the robberies in being conducted by Chief James Patrolman John Kuhar and State Police of the Kittanning substation PARIS Some familiar faces appeared in different Cabi net spots today but the French government was still heading down the track surveyed by Charles de Gaulle Installed Thursday as the first president of the Fifth Republic De Gaulle may open his seven year term with some measures of amnesty especially for prisoners in Algeria Michel Debre dropped into De Gaulles former job of premier but the post wasnt the same any more WhjJe De Gaulle held the job with strong emergency pow ers for seven mouths Debre as mier and the National Assembly One power now removed from the Assembly enabled Debres Cabinet to go right to work The Assembly no longer has to ap prove the Cabinet first and can remove it only by a membership majority which at the same time must agree on a new Cabinet Fourth Republic cabinets which lasted an average of six months usually were brought down by a minority of deputies which them selves could never provide a sub stitute acceptable to the majority of the members A strong majority in the new Parliament supports De Gaulle I He said will join 1 See DelayPage 5 Col minister of Justice wrote the Fifth j present In taking office however Republics constitution to give j the World War II hero warned that more power to the president and he felt it his duty to give France reduce the prerogatives of the pre to impose if need be what the public good Debre appointed a 21member pabinet that included 17 ministers from De Gaulles government The most notable departures were three Socialists who went into official opposition and former Premier Pierre Pflimlin who asked to be relieved Pflimlin was replaced by Robert Lecourt an other member of the Catholic Pop ular Movement as a minister of state Emile Pelletier a professional civil servant quit as interior Min ister an4 was replaced by BerUioin Edouard Runlet ister for industry and who failed to win reelecttos to Parliament also retired succeeded by a noapoUtical See Question Man In Forgery Indiana Borough Police wert questioning a man this afternoon as a suspect in several forged check incidents in Indiana today According to a report the man being questioned was Eugene Doyle It is reported Doyle attempted to pass about five in stores in the district Police were questioning at pws tuna Grand   

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