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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                r Af tadlflflffoti thai whiter ii coining some spring fashions aio being i An Indiana Ccttnlsr Sutyct Every Member Family v Two S0cti6ns EDITIOI NEFFECT Deficit Leader The was HARRISBUHP AP Leader administration reported today drafting a re port spelling out 73 million dollars in deficiency appro priations that must be pass ed by the 1959 Legislature be fore May 31 Anadministration spokes man who asked not to be identified said a question still to be decided is how to fi nance the deficit One way would be to cut back on existing programs and divert the money to meet the deficit An other would be to raise brand new taxes between now and May 31 end of the current two year fiscal period It may develop that both means may have to be used depending on the attitude of the incoming Lawrenceadministration and the lawmakers themselves the spokes man said It will be up to Law See 2v Col 3 Jean lavarone 43yearold grandmother and mother of eight children is a dejected figure in a Brooklyn police station She has been charged with the kidnaping of infant Lisa Rose Chionchio from a hospital crib just hours after she was born NEA Telephoto sBeaverCo End Strike BEAVER Pa AP State missal Secretary of Highways Lewis Stevens said Monday night that unless some 180 maintenance em ployes work by 8 today he would invoke a 1947 state law providing for summary dis missal of state employes who go on strike Robert Buttermore assistant county superintendent of highways laid all of the men reported for luty this morning Officials of local 1111 of the state county and municipal employes un ion could not be reached for com ment immediately The workers first walked off the job Friday morning in what union president Robert Fitzsimmons said was a dispute with the de partment over working conditions and the political patronage sys m They returned Saturday night in county became slip pery following a snow fall but they set up picket lines yesterday in front of the countys main gar age in East Rochester Red Proposal Germany Brutal Stupid WASHINGTON of State Dulles said today Rus sian proposals for the future of Germany are brutal and stupid and fraught with danger for the peace of Europe Dulles told a news conference the United States and its Allies firm on their basic policy of tying a reunited Germany into the Western wojld But he also said possibly for the first time that German unifi cation might be accomplished by ways other than through free elec tions He declined to elaborate Dulles left no doubt he expects to take a very firm line on the NEW YORK AP The father of Lisa Rose Chionchio was so delighted at getting his infant daughter back unharm ed that he balked for a time today at signing a complaint against the babys alleged kid naper The father Frank Chionchio a 28yearold lawyer changed his mind and agreed to sign after a conference in the chambers of a Brooklyn magistrate and a quent telephone conversation with his wife Jean lavarone a widowed moth er of eight who is accused 6f kid naping the child in a plan to trap a new husband waited in a deten tion cell while an affidavit was drawn up for Chionchios signa ture Mrs lavarone has denied the kidnaping and claimed baby was her own born withdut as sistance in her Brooklyn flat Court attaches said that there would have been no case against Mrs lavarone had the papers not seen signed Mrs lavarones attorney Jo seph Fqntana of Brooklyn said he would ask for a completeumentar M examination The formation of a full kindefgartentotwelfth grade15 arraigned school jointure for Indiana and Shelocta Boroughs and The bleached blonde White and Armstrong Townships is a distinct possibilitv on a charge the near future N of taKng Lisa Rose Chionchio from St Peters Hospital Jan 2 when the infant was 2 hours old Her bail hearing in Brooklyn Felony Court was put off until today Conviction on the charge carries a possible prison sentence of 20 years to life The motive for the kidnaping police said was Mrs lavarones desire to pressure a boy friend Joseph Pizzimenti into marriage by having him believe he was the father The intense search for the child ended Sunday night Police and FBI agents directed by a tele phoned tip found the baby in Mrs lavarones clean but untidy apart ment in a humble section of Brooklyn Before the results of the medi cal tests were made known the infants father Frank 28 joyfully Full Jointure Plan F0r Schools Studied Dad Sighs THE COMMISAR TAKES A RIBBlNGComedian Jerry Lewis goes into his act as he was intro duced to Russias Deputy Premier Anastas I Mikoyan yesterday asking Is this the ZaU English maintained his composure for a moment then burst into laughter They met at Paramount Studio where Lewis is playing the role of a Navy AP Wirephoto Mikoyan In Surprise Appearance On Video i t Remarks Sen Javits By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON AP The Senate has changed its rule governing debate but the argument continued to day over how big a step it had taken toward curbing fili busters No gain al comment ed Sen Jacob K Javits R one of a group of North srn and Western senators who had fought td make it easier to throttle filibusters against civil rights bills and other measures A soothing syrup to lull the onscience of was the assessment of Sen Paul H Doug as one of the leaders of the bipartisan fight for a rules change Some Southesi senators protest ed that the changeany change too far But an overwhelming majority of the Senate voted 7222 for the new rule to al ow two thirds of he senators present and voting to cut off debate since 1949 had of two thirds o membership 01 A special meeting has been called of the full boards of the president day January 27 at the local highschool At this meeting a decision is ex pected to be made whether the present split jointure will re main in effect or the proposed full joinutre be adopted At last nights regular meeting of the joint operating committee See 2 Col 7 Phillies Fire Hamey Hire JohnQuinn Resigns As TB Director Mrs Florence Sutlpn executive secretary of the Indiana County Tuberculosis and Health Society announced last evening her resig nation as head of the TB work in the county effective April 1 Announcement of the resignation made before a meeting of the imade positive identification from PHILADELPHIA Tuberculosis and Health Philadelphia Phillies today report edly have fired H Roy Hamey as general manager and hired Mil waukees John Quittn to take over the post Hamey who came to the Phil lies from the New York Yankees in 1954 is reported going back to the American League champions He will become assistant general manager the position he held be fore moving to Philadelphia Quinn a veteran baseball ex ecutive has been reported on the Society board Mrs Sutton has served as head of the county TB unit since Aug ust of 1949 During her ten years of service the tuberculosis xraying and test ing program has been expanded throughout the county with in creased followup activities being conducted for thousands of district a small birthmark over the left See 2 Col 6 Gallo Satisfactory No area of the county has not benefited from the services of the out in Milwaukee ever since county TB office The xray cruis the National League champion has become a familiar sight Braves hired George Birdie Tehj everywhere offering free chest x betts as a vice president and heir ravs apparent to theclub presidency See Mrs 8 Col 4 Francis Gallo 15yearold local boy injured in a gun accident Sat urday Jan 3 has been placed on the satisfactory list today at the Indiana Hospital Placedjin an improved list yesterday Gallo son of Mr and Mrs Frank Gallo 44 North Sixth received a wound of the neck and internal injuries when a 22 caliber bullet apparently fired by another youth during target prac entered his neck and lodged in his abdomen Faubus Asks MoreLaws On Schools LITTLE ROCK Ark AP Gov Orval E Faubus called oh the Arkansas Legislature today for more laws to continue the bat tie against racial integration in in sharp contrast to his earlier public schools v visits in Detroit Cleveland Chi Outlining a program before the cago and San Francisco Police and State Department representa tives kept him under close guafa and will shepherd him to the air By PATRICK LOS ANGELES Calif AP Visiting Soviet First Deputy Premier Anastas I Mikoyan capped a busy Los Angeles tour with a surprise appearance on a local television show Monday night The bustling Soviet official hobnobbed with movie stars college students and dyedinthewool capitalists before dashing through Hollywood in a policeled caravan to keep made TV date Not an egg tomato or epithet was hurled at Mikoyan all day asked for a constitutional amend ment that would permit schqol districts at their option to give each student a fixed amount of money with which they could at tend a school of their choice This he said would avoid the necessity of destroying the entire public school system in fighting integration Faubus reasoned that school tricts not under attack by inte grationists would simply continue to operate a dual segregated system for whites and negroes Districts attacked in the courts could help the creation of white private schools by voting to per mit each student to take his state money with him to a school of his choice Such a constitutional amend ment takes time to adopt because it vote pf the people So the governor asked for an in terim law to accomplish the same thing while awaiting the peoples decision on the amendment which could not be in effect before 1960 These measures permit the con tinuation of segregated schools where there is np federal inter Faubus told the legisla tors Batista Supporters Given Quick Cuban Execution Toll Mounts By LARRY ALLEN wise there was no information on HAVANA Cuba trials of the condemned men ecution toll is mounting as Fidel Castros military courts continue to exact vengeance for violenpe attributed to supporters of fallen Dictator Fulgencio Batista Apparently most were being held in secret and by military courts rather than by the revolutionary The 75 men executed in Oriente who heard their confessions the were shot in two groups one de Chabede head of Vtjtl M X m 14 and the other of 01 witnesses said The executions took place at courts the new regime has military camp one mile from M TV1J Jlilli Uil U117 r f Vlt German policy issue when talking reported executed between Ba Avith Soviet Deputy Premier Anasitistas flight on Jan 1 and Mon wwra bM tnjha vith Soviet Deputy Premier Anas Mikoyan here Friday After day the talk with Dulles Mikoyan will see President Eisenhower on Sat urday Dulles said he hopes the talks with Mikoyan may eliminate the flight night More speedy trials were under way including hear ings for possibly 100 prisoners in Oriente province The toll took a big jump Mon day when revolutionary firing WAJ JjlJMJT VI IllllimVV tllV J AAAJIJA dangers of miscalculations and acsquads reportedly shot 75 persons cidental mistakes between the Sgnear Santiago capital of Oriente viet and governments but he where Castros rjbellion was cen said the United States is not netered autirebel repression was with Mikoyan strongest v H Officials of the provisional gov Lewis Tea Room open Jan Hth claimed all cases were 126vbeing fully investigated but otherand Jan Not all the defendants got the death penalty Two policemen in Manzanillo were sentenced to 10 years in prison Approximately persons are being held throughout Cuba In Orieute there are about 500 ac cording to Fidels brother Raul who has been in military com njand in that area since Fidels victory The weekly news magazine Bohemia charged that Cubans had been killed between Batistas corning to power in 1952 Juan Hill where Teddy Roose velts Rough Riders charged the Spaniards in 1898 Santiago military headquarters declined to confirm the execu tions A reporter found a huge mound of fresh dirt cartridge cases and tire tracks at the scene And rebel officers and witnesses gave this description of the exec utions The prisonerf were brought in tracks about 3 m and the first group lined up alqng 9 freshly dug trench 10 feet deep and 10 feet wide the Catholic Youth Movement in Oriente said they were mostly young guards ac cused of violence and cruelty al One of the four Catholic priests i were over the private army of former Sen Rolando Masferrer which de spoiled those accused of support ing the rebellion Masferrer has fled to Florida Some of the men protested they were members of the rebel move ment One shouted FJdei Castro is stocxt at at tention without blindfolds or arm bindings They were cut down with rifles and automatic weapons and fin ished off with pistols The dirt was pushed back in over the bodies sad by 10 a m thjj executions port today for his return flight to New York V On the 25minute TV program Mikoyan answered a set of ques tionsCareful ly approved before were submitted by commentator Paul Coates Mikoyan described himself as he Has throughout his United States tour as a friendly grand father who feels the differences between the U S and the Soviet Union can best be resplved by working closer together especial See 3 TriSemester Plan At Pitt PITTSBURGH Unl versity of Pittsburgh will begin its voluntary threeterm plan next September for freshmen and sophomores Students enrolling under the trimester plan will attend class for three terms of 15 weeks each permitting them to finish their education sooner than under the present two semester year The university said it would ex tend the same choice later to up per classmen and postgraduate students The trimesters will be Sept 8 to Dec 19 Jan 6 to April 14 and April 19 to July 30 The sum mer vacation will run from July 31 to Sept 5 Delve Deeper In to Nearby Co Rackets Federal grand jury today apparently be gan delving deeper into West moreland County racket activities and an alleged Cuban rebel gun running Incident One of the first witnesses in the fifth day of the secret investi gation was Dr Louis C Pessalano of New Kensington He is a neph ew of Dr Frank J Pessalano personal physician of Mrs Sam Mannarino of New Kensington Mrs Mannarino was subpenaed last week to testify before the grand jury Shortly afterward she was admitted to Citizens General Hospital New Kensington Her husband has been sought unsuccessfully by the government for questioning in connection with the alleged gunrunning case and Westmoreland County rackets In addition to Dr Pessalano other witnesses called reportedly ir eluded Louis Palumbo Spring dale truck driver Joseph Gior dano brother of New Kensingtons Democratic chairman and John Remich son of the owner of the Allegheny Valley Airport near Tarentum Federal agents said more than worth of stolen govern ment weapons were loaded aboard a small plane at the airport last Nov 4 The plane Aas seized that same day when it stopped for fuel at the Morgantown W mu nicipal airport The grand jury which began See 3 Col 8 climax Mondaj tors In sharp will be But no one outcome was See A rule in effect required the votes the entire Senate 66 of the 98 sena The rules roared to its night with Sena disagreement over what the effect of the new rule Ittestioned that the a spectacular State Urive On School Fire Hazards HARRISBUR G AP Two de jartments of the state government today opened 11 joint drive to re move fire ami other hazards ia Pennsylvania school buildings The immediate focal point of the Department of Public Instruction and the Labor and Industry De partment centered on some 200 school buildings across the state The Instruction Department last year recommended those buildings replaced William Nor man Indiana County Superinten dent of Schools along with Wil liam Graff Slate Inspector from the Department of Labor and In dustry made a tour of schools In Indiana County this afternoon This inspection was arranged in order to ietermine unsatis factory conditions in county The two departments said every school buildini in the state will be nspected excrpt those in Philadel phia Pittsburgh and S c r a n t on where local c John F Dv Bureau of Ins and Industry les are in effect rer director of th9 tion in the Labor lepartment said his nspectors already are working on the 200 sqhoolt listed He said probably most of thosw schools would be ordered to make changes to coi y laws and iply with state safe in some instances In side The Gazette IRREGULAR REGULAR Peter Edson writes today concerning Senator Dirksen See his column on editorial page 6 IMPORTANT LEAGUE Indiana and Marion Center have important home league games tonight See sports pages 10 and 11 Other Features Mirror W Cmnvvrft 14 6 1115 U IMS Society 10U World TWUy Comics WEATHER Fair and cool tonight Low 16 to 24 Increasing cloudiness mild Wednesday with a chance of rain by afternoon or evening High 33 to 41 i would be ordjred closed entirely or partially The main points emphasized in nspections are floor constructJon number of exits number of floors boiler rooms and the number ol pupils housed in any building The drive was announced jointly by Dr Charhs H Boehm super intendent of Public Instruction and William L Bitt secretary of labor and industry Dwyer said at the moment he had no way of knowing how many of the 200 schools are unsafe Dwyer said many of them require only minor tft meet regulations and others may only be parti illy shut down until the changes ure made He saidthe bureau probably will notify officials within the next week either td correct the situatioa or close the schools ia violation of the state firt and panic law Dwyer said a list wan toeing complied of tuildjugs declared safe But he aid not know whea It would be cpiinpleted At time Pwyer iti4 schools Friday ia K   

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