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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 10, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Evey Member af the Family Twelve Pages MIKOYAN LISTENING TO DADDYThe universe ap peal of childhood has absorbed the interest of Anastas Mikoyan deputy premier of the Soviet Union as he visits the apartment of a Chicago bus driver yesterday As Joe Polowsky left tries to make a serious point Mikoyan holds his daugljter Irene 15 months Polowsky is secretary of the American veterans of the Elbe River lineup He invited the Russian to home because it will So Mr Mikoyan good to talk with a middle class American after seeing all those AP Wireghoto Take Filibuster Lead s By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON forces guided by Majority Leader Lyndon B Johnson DTex held a firm Paftfisylvafiia fafurday January Hm i f Castro Raps US Arms Help Governments But Happy With Our Approval By BEN FUNK HAVANA Cuba AP Fidel Gastro said today he is ympathetic toward the peo ple of the United States but he complained that the U S government armed dictators Pointing to tanks seized from fallen dictator Fulgencio Batista Castro said Washington supplied them and did not worry about our democratic The rebel leader added ata V ill 111 upper hand today in the Senate battle over making it to choke off filibusters They won a lopsided 6036 vote Friday in a first testof strength when antifilibuster forces tried to establish that each newSenate has thejight to adopt its own rules with Soviet Asks Peace Talks On Germany MOSCOW Soviet U out regard to prior rules But senators demanding a tight er curb on filibustersthan John son has proposed kept on fight Sen Paul H Douglas who denouncedJohnsons propos al as offered asubsti tute that would permit filibusters tobe halted by 50 votes ora ma ion proposed today a German iqrity of all 98 senators after 15 peace conference in Prague Warsaw within two months and i Under Johnsons compromise gave representatives of the WesttaIWests could be shut off and is Aern Big Three drafts of a peace i t0 a V0te by of the senators present and vot y existing rule requires the The expressed votes of 66 senators or twothirds a desire to settle the fierlin quesjof the entire membership the Soviet news agency Douglas contended the dif Tass saitT It gave no details ference between Johnsons propos The Soviet notes were in reply al and the present rule is so minor to Western rejections of an earlier I that it could be detected only Soviet Note The note of Nov 27 i with a powerful magnifying had proposed that the Negro MDs Estate To White Friend PITTSBURGH former States Britain and France pullj The substitute offered by Dougcab driverhas been left a Negro I their troops out of West las for a bipartisan bloc of estimated estate an unarmed free city 3 Col 2 John W Conlon of nearby Sha f n cirvtifn r OIMV I n news conference I must recog nize that the United States in tlie last year did not send arms to Batista Now the UnitedStates has recognized us are All weapons shipments from the to Cuba were halted during the latter part of Castros guerrilla War against Batistas forces On Wednesday Washington recognized the government of Pro visional President Manuel Urru tia whom Gastro installed in of fice t r Castro said two or three dozen persons have been executed since he won Those who have been executed in eastern Cuba had abused the he said They all got trials in military Suggests Freud See Psychiatrist LONDON AP Tlie magis trate gravely considered theun usual behavior of the young man and told him I think youd bet ter see a The young mans name Freud Michael Freud 28 artist grandson of the founder of psycho analysis Sigmund Freud Magistrate Frank Powell added Having regard to your name I think you will see the point of Powell fined Freud Friday for careless driving It was the ar tists 16th motoring conviction American Planes Set For Flights WASHINGTON AP Ameri an Airlines prepared today to get its planes back in the air as union chiefs gathered to act on an agree ment to end the big airlines1 22 day pilots strike edyi Araerican began recalling fur See 3 Col 2 In similar Western the three nations suggested that a Q I n I Big Four conference be called tojr OIIC6 I TOD consider the whole German lem including reunification There was no immediate indica W tion which nations the Soviet Un ion intended should meet in War saw oc Prague However Tass said the Soviet treaty proposal was given the Western Big Three for transmis AtShannock RURAL VALLEY Local po lice along with state police of the and r with their armed forces in the war against Germany as well as to the governments of the German Democratic Republic Communist East Germany and the Federal The breakins occurred at Mc Colgans Market near NuMine and at the Rural Valley Lumber Co Police Chief Gilbert James said several persons have been ques t u i tnt r tnjiauua nave oeen cuies Republic West Gartloned but addej that no iSJi The West has refused repeated have been made He said a quantity of merchan Su6gta1 siss faefr in Htcrncc a l ir j n vvi o naif dollar pieces were taken at the grocery market Power tools valued at were stolen from the lumber company Chief James offered the opinion that the two robberies were per formed by the same person or persons with East Germany to discuss a peace treaty or reunification The West contends that the East Ger man regime is illegal because it does not have popular support and therefore does not deserved place in discussions The Tass statement went on The conclusion of a peace treaty with Germany would play a oositive part not only in safeguard ling peace in Europe but also in solving the allnational task of the German people tlie unification of Germany The note of tlie Soviet govern ment to the governments of the Britain and France also to tlie notes of these gov ler who is white is the sole heir of Dr James Erroll Brown a Winchester native who died last Dec 16 Dr Brown a bache lor practiced medicine almost 50 years in Pittsburgh According to Conlons wife he and Dr Brown had a wonderful Conlon now a repair man for a conveyor firm was not available for comment The be quest was revealed Friday Mrs Conlon said The way the friendship started was in 1914 when my husband was a taxicab driver He was taking an injured person to a doctors office and Dr Browns office was closest The two men became firm The Conlons have no children Terrier Available Ashorthaired terrier is seeking a good home and would make a good gift for someone looking for a pet This dog is available at the Indiana Borough Dog Pound or by calling HOpkins 30684 be tween and loughed employes and made plans to resunje operations Sunday Federal mediators said although there was a chance of a hitch they didnt expect any A settlement in principle of the dispute between American and the Air Line Pilots Assn was an nounced Friday by federal media tors The union promptly summoned See American Page 3 Col 4 Man Admits Passing Bad Checks Here Alertness to an old worthless check passing technique on the part of an Indiana salesperson led to the apprehension of an alleged check passer yesterday by the In diana Borough Police It is reported the local police questioned Eugene G Doyle 27 Fairborn Ohio yesterday for at tempting to pass bad checks in two Indiana business district stores yesterday According to Detective Sergeant Harry Owens and Patrol man Charles McAdoo Doyle ad mitted the attempt to pass the checks in a clothing store and drug store The technique was to make a purchase in each place and pay for it with a bad check totaling five or ten dollars more than the amount of the purchase allow ing Doyle to pocket the change The clothing store salesperson became suspicious ot the mode of payment and called police who trailed Doyle to his room in a local The Ohio man report edly admitted passing worthless checks on banks in four Ohio cities Totaling nearly ON A WING of the South African ostriches at the Bronx New York sense enough to stay indoors these frigid days Nqt Doreenrshe wound up in this sling to help restore circulation to her frozen tootsies after an ill advised wading expedition on the parks icecovered pond The ice was too 305 pounds too she wound up in freezing water right up tocher goosepimpled neck Park attendants got her out with AP Vfirephoto Algerian Terrorism Expected By ANDREW BORGWIEC TUNIS bhe field bythe French army the Algerian rebels are con sidering steppedup terror ism to support their foaryear effort to win independence from France The rebels already are ilntensify ing efforts to obtain widsr inter national recognition for their cause The Arab nations support them and a rebel delegation re cently heard encouraging vords in Communist China Rebel leaders who use Tunisia 3 a tiat they have been hampered by the Mo rice Line a French barrier of mines and electrified barbed wire on Algerias Tunisian border They call the line a foimidable obstacle but deny French claims that if has cut rebel border movements by 95 per ceit Therebels also have suffered from growing French penetration See 3 CoL 5 Se For Victims For Trip To Son HJ MB wi wicac guvCHICAGO ernments on the Berlin question telephone caller today threatened and again expresses the desire toito blow tlie plane that will car settle the BeaJin question Soviet Premier Anastas Phone Threat on Mikoyan Plane Of Spain Disaster ZAMORA Spain and civil guardsmen earched in the mud and rubble of Rivadelago today for rictims of Spains worst disaster of the century The tiny mountain village of some 500 inhabitants was wallowed and destroyed early Friday morning by waters of dam which burst Engineers of the hydroelectric company maintained the dam were out in force to find the cause of the break Newsmen and photographers were hindered by the troops and guardsmen Officials in charge of rescue work refused to give any estimate of tlie number of persons who had died One official source gaid there were 200 survivors out of the 500 residents Another said there were 300 Even the second figure meant there were 200 or more dead or missing The government announced in Madrid early today after a Cab inet meeting that so far there were 15 dead and nearly 100 missing The announcement ad mitted for the first time how ever that the dam had burst and not overflooded as Fridays news papers had been directed to Private rescue workers said they believed it would be days before the full death toll is known because of the number of bodies being found under the thick coat ing of mud washed down the mountainside by the raging See 3j 3ol 3 astro Group Recognized LONDON Soviet Un on has recognized the new Cuban overnment Radio Moscow said oday In a telegram from Mos cow Soviet President Klementi Y Voroshilov told President Manuel Urrutia of the The government of the guided by the universal y recognized principles of peace ful coexistence and by the interest of international cooperation anr nounces its official recognition of he provisional government of the Republic of BLEGRADE Yugoslavia Yugoslavia has decided to recog nize the new Cuban government he news agency Tanjug reported oday he states if Mikoyan to San Francisco The reply to the earlier So Mikoyan on tour in the United States had booked passage on United Airlines Flight 721 due in from the East Coast at viet note had said Berlin should be discussed in the wider frame work of negotiations for a solution of the German problem as wejllr45 Pepajrture time for a as that of European A Embassy flight to San Francisco wajjj with A heavy accent The telephoned message was Listen very carefully That flight Mikoyan is on will never get off the ground It will blow up United reported the call to the bomb squad of the Chicago Police Department which sent officers and detectives to Midway Airport The United spokesman said Ml plined comment until the note and1 A spokesman for United said the draft treatv had been reported to telephoned bomb threat was made Washineton i to a reservations agent in the air Wasbington Dancing at Eagles Sat Night an IQtb Music by Plaid Pipers lines Loop Office about 3 45 The spokesman said tie anony mous voice was by the 124xl agent as a low masculine voice koyans originated in Bos ton and was en route to Chicago via Hartford Conn He said maximum though rou tine searches of the plane and safety precautions were carried bftflj losian 9n4 Hartford The plaoe 9 BC carries 58 sengers No change in plan was indicat ed by Mikoyan and members of his touring pajrty a lot of He asked if police knew about the bomb threat and assured they 7 TT WwOWI vV4 14ACV Members of tlie police bombs did commented Theyll take squad checked the partys bag gage A police guard was assigned to watoh the luggage and convoy it to the airport from the Hilton Hotel One member of the Russian par ty responded to inquiries about its reaction by pointing to a U S State Department security officer and saying Thats theft busi Menjsbltpv Russiw an bassador to the United who ic a member of the touring pajrty told newsmen We always havt ness care of Mikoyan who took hostile jeers in stride sightseeing with speechmaking during his 24hour stay in Chicago Getting into in ternal Soviet politics he predict ed a more important ambassador post for deposed leader V M MoJotov Concluding a Midwest swing Mikoyan Friday nighj talked with unusual ease and about outoMavor Mqtatov oow ador to Outer Mtpgojia and oth See 3 CoL i Judge Orders Negroes In v f ATLANTA of qualified Negroes to the hereto fore allwhite Georgia Cc liege of Business Administration was or dered today by Disl Judge Boyd Sloan Sloan ruled in favor if three Negroes who had gone o court after being denied admission to the Atlanta institution His order struck down a key regulation by which the Georgia University System had denied ad mission to That tion required applicants to have alumni endorsement for ance The alumni certificate regula accept require Sloan ruled is hi valid as applied to Negroes because there are no Negro alumni of any of the white institutions of the University System of Georgia The requirement makds it dif ficult if not impossible for Negroes to comply while applicants do not mve similar and therefore violates the equal pro tection clause of the Amend While the order applied only to Georgia State it obviously would affect all other 18 units of the University System including the University at Athens The state undoubtedly will ap peal But whether an apjleal will stay the order which iji an function is a matter for tie judge o decide Under state law any or all units of the university systen finally ordered to integrate aijtonatically would close Dance tonite 124x Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew Pearson reports today the Republicans have done better in recent weeks than the Democrats See why on 4 BASKETBALL A roundup of the basketball activity ot district teams ajipears in todays sports seotiojx See sports pages 6 and 7 OJfcer Ftifwres Uwp 11 Cowlei 89 10 4 11 a I if9tM iwBV FORECAST Partly cloudy tad flurries tonight and Sunday LJQW tonight 8 to 14 Tew tew Without By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP The Democratic congressional leaders made it clear today they plan to whip through their own legislative program without much regard to Presi dent Eisenhowers recom mendations Although Eisenhower will not spell out publicly the details of his proposals until his Jan 19 budget message Democrats erally complained his State of the Union report Friday lacked the bold approach they contend is needed to meet swiftly mounting world problems Republicans stood firmly behind the President Sen John F Kennedy DMass summed up the viewpoint of many of his colleagues when he said I dont think the President has recognized the intensity of the problems crowding in on us esp the field ofnational de fense We are approaching the period when will have operational intercontinental mis siles and we will not I regret his failure to meet this Sen Hubert Humphrey P Minn said Eisenhower had failed to come up with any new ideas in quest for world peace Hum phrey said the Senate will be required to take the initia tive in the field of foreign policy Sen Paul H Douglas in line to head the SenateHouse Economic Committee said Eisen hower left untouched the biggest domestic problem of the nation our four million Emphasizing the comment of House Speaker Sam Rayburn D Tex that the Democrats will look over Eisenhowers proposals and then well write the party members unloaded an array of proposals of their own Twentysix senators led by Sen James Murray spon sored ia bill for federal school construction and teachers salaries calling for a billiondollar outlay in the first year Sen A S Mike Monroney D Okla won Senate bill No 1 desig nation for a federal aid to air ports bill sjmllar to that vetoed by See 3 Col 7 Little Rock Ordered To Integrate LITTLE ROCK Ark ederal Judge today ordered the Little Rock School Board to move forward within ther official pow ers to carry out a plan of gration for the citys closed high schools Dist Judge John E er further ordered the board to report to the court within 30 details of whatever affirmative steps they have taken to comply with this order Millers order filed in the dis trict court clerks office here put nto effect a mandate issued Dec 2 1958 by the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals at St Louis Miller enjoined the board from easing public school facilities to any private grdup for operation of segregated schools and from jaging in any other acts whether independently or in participation with anyone else which are capa ble of serving to impede thwart or frustrate the execution of the ntegration plan mandated against The twopage order accompan ed by a 20page opinion Gov Orval E Faubus closed Little Rocks four high schools eluding the allNegro Horace Mann High last Sept 12 About students were displaced by the move designed to forestall ordered integration Several private high lave been set up here since that time One operated by the Rock Private School a seg regated allwhite institution whtcii s supported by public and has the Faubus said he would comment on Millers jr4er he had U aad with his adviwre   

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