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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TW Indiana the Family fof doctor poihtment gives you plenty of ftM AUriktU Httlut imafc itit A i nine react ulu Maneiay January Tw6 Sections at Bakersf ield Calif Police sajd cars were involved in the accident Ing Into already wrecked vehicles during a butane a bus and about IS tr Space Capsule Project I V A wa rdec to McDon ne TwdPltead guilty After Area Raids Two men picked up yesterday in a series of raids on speak easys in Indiana County WASHINGTON Aircraft Corp of St Louis was selected today to design and build a space Capsule n nnrvxr fKo iiV JJ satellite The o carry the passenger in the first manned National Aeronautics and Space Administration said negatiations for a formal contract with McDonnell will guilty this afternoon to charges against them at a bearing before justice of tlie Peace A M Cox W Pleading guilty were Arthur Kridlef Clune charged with sell ing beer and liquor without a li cense in Coal Run and Joseph Ciako Kent charged with estab lishing a and vic the Pennsylvania Liquor Law at the Clune Sportsmens Assn in Coal Run Both men posted bond af ter being ordered held for court other men apprehended in We joint State Police Liquor Control Board raids just after begin immediately Twelve firms siibmitted bids to NASA on the basis of specifica forth at a meeting with acturing and research ons last November tions set manu organizat NASA said a single satellite cap its connected equipment d to cost over 15 million IS aid the space capsule to physiological ef space flight on men NASAs Jinnounffinent said n yeetetdayrposted bond include Before Justice of the Peace during for a hearing to be conducted tion Pin are Benjamin Franklin Jones Lucernemines and Joseph Spinner Lucernemines picked up yestenday at the Lucerne Hunt and Fish Club on a charge of sell beer and liquor without a li ense The arrests were made as agents of the state Liquor Control Board and State Police from the Indiana substation conducted the unan nounced raids on the local sule with is expectt dollars NASA be shot ihto space by a powerful 6 Homeless In Shelocta Fire SHELOCTA Fire believed to HEALTHY To Meet Reds To Be Impressed With West Berlin Plan booster will be designed to carry a human passenger through the atmosphere into orbital flight and return hiJn safely to earth The satellite system will pro vide a muans of studying the psy chological and physiological ef have been calised wiring destroyed by defective a two story orbital fiigltf high acceleration launch and high decelera reentry into the at Coal German Plane 0own In Rio 36 Perish HID DE JANEIRO Brazil AP persons were killed when a West German airliner crashed and burned Sunday as it attempted a landing in heavy rain at Galeao International Airport Three crew members were the Only survivors Seven other crew members and 29 passengers were killed Among the deafl were the Amer ican pilot Capt Wren McMains 48 of Stamford and 24 yearold Counless Maria Elena Kottulinsky of Vienna the daugh ter of Princess lleana of Romania now lives in Newtown Mass Count Jaroslav Kottulinsky died jsjith his VThe fourengine Super Constel lation of the Lufthansa Airline was en route to Rio from Europe and Africa A wingtip struck the mud of the marsh at the edge of Guan abara Bay two miles from the airport as the pilot tried to Jine up with a runway We could see passengers at the windows banging for help and screaming as they tried to get a fisherman at the scene ported It was Lutthansas first fatal crash since it began postwar oper Stiojis in April 1955 Closes Mine 45 Affected HEIL Coal Co its opera D Pine announced a cutback frame home in SheloctaR D last evening leaving a family of six persons homeless and a damage toll of V Plumville 1iremen were sum moned to the scene but found the dwelling engulfed in flames Plumviile Fire Chief Mike Knapp said the roof Of the structure already had caved in when his company reached the house He safd wiH amoXint to to the home and to1 the pos sessions of Mr and Mrs Roy Bly stone and their four children Nothing was salvaged he said The family lost all of its clothing furniture and other possessions They have been given temporary residence by relatives in the Plura ville area Fire broke out in the house about 7 oclock last evening The Ely White House Site of Talks WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower will meet with Soviet Dep Pre mier Anastas I Mikoyan at the White House Saturday morning Press Secretary James C Hagerty said no time limit has been set Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and perhaps some other officials will be present Hagerty sajd Visits Today In Hollywood By TOM WHITNEY astas I Mikoyan carried his intensive whirlwind goodwill campaign for the Soviet Union intomotion picture land today with film industry Eric Johnston jas his host The Soviet first deputy premier attended a dinner in his honor Sunday night at the swank Beverly Hills Ho Filibuster Khfushchevs top deputy that the Western Allies no intention of abandoning West creat ing a neutralized Germany The Soviet visitor met with both Dulles and Vice Nixon a week ago before starting his present tour ardund the country Interest in the forthcoming dis cussions was sharpened over the weekend by two surprise Moscow moves 1 In notes to the United States and 26 qther countries that fought Nazi forces in World War II the Soviet government proposed a 28 ration conference to meet at War saw or Prague in two months to write a German peace The Johnston was attended by a select group of leading South ern California business fig In the course of a question period that agreements made with the Soviet Union are regarded by theSoviet government as mere scraps of paper He thus answered a statement by President Eisenhower without stones were visiting neighbors at the time Township Plunwille firemen alerted atja 25page detailed outline for a irhnPt were hampered by a lack of 12page note was accompanied by in i ious today and stated curtailmelnt will affect mately 4J5 miners Day ton Farm Youth Honored HARRISBURG Penn sylvania Young Farmers Assn to 4fty award plaques and citations to four members for outstanding farming ptuctices during 1958 The awards went to Leroy Shrock Dayton R D I Arm strong County E Delrue Schnure Milton Elvin B Krantz Providence Lancaster County and Harold A Brooks Beiiefoute Homer City Rifle Qlub tpnite MPS Party Tonight Catholic Center 125 approxi Albert Evans vice president and general manager of the company said the cutback will result in the closing df the firms Pine One Mine ami layoff notices for about 45 employes The closing of the mine he add ed becones effective today Re opening of the pits depends on the economical Mr Ev ans told zette The general manager pointed out that the operate i the Indiana Evening Ga company will continue to ts Pine Two Mine where approxinjately 130 miners are em ployed flames Chief battle gainst the Knapp said a neighbor spotted the blaze and turned in the alarm When Mr Blystone was in formed of the fire he returned to his home and attempted to enter it but he was driven back by wall of tlamesr treaty including provision for withdrawal of Western and Soviet troops from Germany and a ban on German membership in any rulitary alliance West Germany is a member of NATO 2 In a second note Saturday night the Soviet Union called for It was learned the loss wijl partially be covered by insurance The Blystone property is located between Five Points and Atwood a i resumption of EastWest talks on the problem of preventing sur Dog Seeks Home Part terrier dog medium in size completely house trained and a lovable pet is seeking a home Anyone interested may phone 56124 prise attack in the nuclear mis siles age The United States responded promptly with a state ment saying it favors resuming the talks which broke down at Geneva Dec 18 but wants an agreement with the Soviet Union on the range of problems they should deal with Both notes were received at the State Department Sunday But See WhitePage 2 Col 2 After HurryUp Military Execution Of Batista Followers Continues By LARRY ALLEN HAVANA Cuba tions of Dictator the followers of former Fulgencio Batista are mounting in Cuba as the forces of rebel tinue hurryup military trials Thus far about 50 Batista sup porters lave been executed Near ly Asked are awaiting trial on a television pro gram Sjnday why the Batista followers without open trials Castro said There were not so two or three They adding that 30 peopl The Havana day in outskirts west of leader Fidel Castro con were being executed dozen were he said if anyone killed 15 or he has no right to terview was recorded in Saturday Correspondent Jules DuBois Of the Chicago Tribune reported that the mutlated bodies of 160 anti Batista prisoners were found Sun a mass grave on the of San Cristobal 60 miles Havana Military authorities in Manza nUlo announced Sunday that Cub ans will not be allowed to witness the firing squad executions of Batista supporters But they will be allowed to see the bodies after ward The announcement came after a crowd of attended the execu tion Saturday 4n Manzanillo of six Batista supporters convicted by a military court The announcement said public executions do not con form with our In the television interview Castro repeatedly insisted that the provisional government is being guided by public opinion and not byforpe He said his country is now and will are lawyer himself declared Castro said on the television program that his impressions of the Unjted States improved last year when military assistance to Batista was halted He added he was happy the United States was quick to recognize the rebel re gime Castro also said his 26th of July Movement is in a secure position He said however that within the GOES ON TRIAL Congress man William J Green 48 Democratic boss of Philadelphia goes on trial in Lewisburg today chargedwith conspiring to defraud the United States by selling the power and influence of his federal office If convict ed Green would have to quit Congress AP DavlinSees by the referring to the President name maMe in his State of Union address Friday Mjkoyan said that on the con trary therje are some people who think imperialists keep inter national agreements only when it suits them He said we also have the feel ing that you have violated agree He suggested itwould be betrte if Americans instead of regarding themselves as saints and thinking ofthe Soviets as perfidious people would take the attitude that both at times are saintly and both at See 2 Col 4 Nearby Co NexfTarget Of Jurors PITTSBURGH federal grand jury prepared to delve into racket activites in Westmoreland County today after cleaning up routine business Several witnesses stood by to testify in the fourth day of the secret investigation WASHINGTON AP The Senate today voted down a proposal to let filibusters be cut off by vote of a bare ma jority of the senators The defeated proposal was offered in behalf of a coali tion of Northern and Western senators fighting a formula sponsored b y Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson DTex The plan would have permitted a majority of the Senate or 50 of the 98 to halt a fili buster after 15 days Under present rules it takes the votes of 66 senators or twothirds of the membership Johnspns the Plan Support HARRISBURG Commerce Secretary William R Davlin look ed with confidence today toward continued legislative support of Pennsylvanias industrial develop ment program We here vin the department certainly are conscious of no ma terial opposition to the Legisla tures continued support of the In dustrial development Davlin The secretary made the com ment after Rep Stephen McCarui House Democratic floor leader promised that the program would have top priority in the 1959 Legis lature Gov elect David L Lawrence also has announced he will back the program when he tekes over Mother Of Eight Booked NEW YORK clayold Lisa Hose Chionchio tolen from her crib 2 lours after birth was safe and sound today A mother I eight was booked in the idnaping Jean lavarone 43 was i lehtified hy police as the leached blonde sought since he start of the intensive iunt Lisa was found Sunday night sleep in an oldfashioned wicker crib in the sparsely furnished Brooklyn apartment where Mrs avarone lived alone There is no dpubt on the basis of scientific evidence that she ook the child said Asst Dist Atty J Kenneth McCabe An anonymous telephone tip led o Mrs lavarones arrest baby was taken back to St Peters Hospital scene of the aping Her mother Frances Chionchio 26 was to be reunited with her later Police said their theory that a rustrated mother might be the to thirds of the voting With the defeat of the amend Sen Paul H its supporters ment offered by Douglas plannedto throw theirstrength be hind an amendment under which filibusters could be choked by threefifths of the senators present See 2 Col 2 the governorship Jan 20 The program has been very Among other See Nearby things the grand 2 Col 5 a democracy We men of the Castro a student backed Revolutionary Directorate another antiBatista group are two or three small leaders trying toplay with fire but they wont go far because no one will befollowing Directorate troops Sunday began moving out of the University of Havana and the board of gover nors was working on plans to re open the university It has been closed since Castro started his revolution All public and private schools closed since before Christmas were ordered to reopen today The treasury minister of the revolutionary government said meanwhile that American invest ors are welcome in Cuba but only if they bring their democratic idels with Rufo Lopez JFresguet said he a proven supporter of the free enterprise system of private investment but Cuba does not want foreign investors who con sider that deraocraxyxis only good for the United States and who in Latin America prefer the easy lucrative kind of business that is done with Eye Ailment Not To Slow Billy Graham DALLAS Tex Evange list Billy Graham went ahead with his plans for a world crusade to day in the face of advice by physi cians to curtail his activities bej ton successful since its inception in the 1955 Legislature and I think all the lawmakers know Davlin explained For that reason I dont antiii pate anything but complete back ing of the program from both sides of the current Legislature when it begins to consider new appropria The program was established in 1955 with 5 milliondollars for in dustrial development loans and an other 3 millions added by the 1957 General Assembly ution OflBCGets Court OK WASHINGTON AP The j Supreme Court today upheld a lower court ruling requiring disso lution of the International Boxing Clubs of New York and Illinois The ruling by Dist Judge Sylvester J Ryan in New York also held the Madison Square Gerden Corp and its majority D Norris of New York and Arthur M Wirtz qf with the two clubs had violated the Sherman antitrust law Justice Clark delivered the Su preme Courts 53 decision Justice Pastors Wife Passes Away YATESBORO Shields Cochran Mrs 74 wife Dessie of a former Yatesboro minister died Saturday evening at the home of a daughter in Arlington Va Her husband Charles W Cochran served the Yatesboro charge for nine years and also held pastorates in Apollo and Temple cause of an eye ailment i Graham told reporters that he intends to go to Australia Indo nesia Malaya Cairo Jerusalem and Berlin this year He was interviewed after mak ing a zealous talk before the sec ond Combined Texas Baptist j World Missions and State Evange listic Conference in the packed 500seat Memorial Auditorium Grahams illness earlier caused him to cancel a scheduled appear Harian dissented tices Frankfurter joined by Jus and Whittaker Justice Stewart took no part Judge Ryan found the defend ants had monopolized interstate commerce in the profession 1 box ing championship field through in terlocking corporations ownership of stadiums and contracts with boxers Norris and Wertz were told to sell their more than shares of stock in the Garden were pro hibited from acting as officers o the Garden corporation and were limited to promoting two cham pionship fights yearly They appealed directly to the Supreme Court asking reversal of Judge Ryans ruling Their coun sel told the high court Judge Ryans decree was so severe thai A complete obituary appears in i a twiceaweek television figh todays Gazette j series was jeopardized ance at the Dallas See First Baptist 2 Col 3 Burns BROWNSVILLE Pa AP Mrs Irene Moffitt 83 of Califor nia Washington County died in Brownsville Hospila Sunday of burns suffered when a heater set fire to her clothing at her home Saturday Inside The Gazette AGE WAS Peter Edson today on the election of Halleck over JOB Martin as GOP leader in the House See page 6 1STC College cagers defeated AUiance Ohio Saturday night Read about the game ou sports pages 10 and II Other Features lamp Mirror 13 M15 IMS JEdltorUl World Partly cloudy tonight and Tyesijay with continued Ueud Low tonight 2025 High TuesdsyJja tbjj The1 WdWvW 4 Sepirtment store worker Mrs lavarone in sisted upon her innocence through ong hqurs of questioning by police and agents of the Federal Bureau f Investigation She said the child was her own delivered by herself in the lone some apartment McCabe said that sure identifi cation as the Chionchio infant had been made through footprints and red mark on the left eyelid After being booked formally on thekidnap charge Mrs lavarone ivas taken to police n Manhattan for photographing and fingerprinting She appeared on the verge of collapse upon arrival there and had to be halfcarried by ants v The 5foot6 womans hair was a drab reddish blonde when she was found but investigators said that she had changed its color See 2 Col J Judge Sentences Here Today Two persons were sentenced in ndiana County Court this morning before Judge Edwin M Clark James Silas Weatherington Blairsville RD 1 charged with burglary and larceny was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution pay a fine of and be confined td the Indiana County Jail for months The charge was made after Weatherington reportedly took a 22 caliber pistol from the automobile of Robert Cable in Burrell Town ship the night of Dec 33 1958 Also sentenced was Myrtle Cow oski Indiana RD who pled guilty today to a charge of malicious mis chief resulting from her forcing her way intp the residence of Kinnan Indiana RD 4 the of Jan 8 The woman was placed on bation upon payment of the costs of prosecution refraining from the use of alcoholic beverages acting as a law abiding citizen and condi tion that she not molest Walter Kinnan Suffers Attack While At Church PAYTON Margaret on Memorial Hospital Kittanuing She was with a illness while the United in Dayton A obituary todays InriifflM EvtflBg wwwuwJip l Jim
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