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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                i v An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family ItylNriNmfr to WoW mikto tfrfMKMfc EDITION y January 14 1959 Finances V State Departments Conduct Compaiq Fire Safety Big School Problem In County Close Check In Buildings By Officials By BILL HASTINGS Associate Editor Educators in Indiana Coun ty today face a nearinsur inountable of keeping the doorsopen at many of their school build ings The State pepartment of and Industry with a wStamp of approval from the of Public In struction is conducting an in tensive campaign against School fire traps in the Gommonwealth Theme of the campaign might well be Its not how many lives were lost but how will be saved by the Chicago In Indiana County there are buildings rated unsatisfactory the point that if the state backs up its warning schoolmen may have to order abandonment In the event this to pass administrators will join in a chorus with one common question What are we going to do with the students Unsatisfactory buildings accord to the Department of are elementary schools V Waterman Glen Campbell Plumville Homer City grade annex did Pine Twp grade annex In addition to these schools the Ernest elementary building came See 8 Col 1 Inspectors dolled From Other Jobs By BOB HOLTON HARRISBURG Labor and Industry De partment today took mqst of its fire inspectors off indus trial jobs in an emergency drive to eliminate hazardous conditions in Pennsylvania school buildings William L Blatt Labor and Industry secretary said the mpve was designed to complete within the next two Weeks an inspection of 200 school buildings listed last yearas unsafe by the Pubhc Instruction Department We are making this a crash program by pulling all available inspecotrs from other fields arid moving them in to inspect the 200 buildings recommended replaced last JBatt told the Associa ted Press The Bureau of Inspections which administers the states fireand panic law operates under the La bor and Industry Department Althougli we have about 130 inspectors who have to cover some A schools along with about Industrial plants and Other buildups e feel we caanbtet job done Col s vt t tthe Department Joint Dis yesterAay xThe open stairway is Say Agents Refused To Check Data MONTGOMERY Ala AP Civil Rights Commission agents reportedly refused to look at voter registration recordsin Bullock County today in a new clash of federal versus stale au ftihority The Bullock County grand jury had offered to let the commission investigators see the records but Circuit Solicitor Prosecutor Sey more Trammell said they objected to the wording of a grand jury report which opened the records to their inspection Trammell was in Montgomery for a scheduled federal court hear Wng to determine whether Circuit kludge George C Wallace must go to jail for disobeying an order to produce the records in Bullock and Barbour counties The hearing was postponed for 24 hours The solicitor said he received a telephone call from the Bullock grand jury foreman Roy Holmes and from County Solicitor Richard Stone Trainniel said they reported the Commission agents had protested against a sentence in the grand jury report which praised Wallace tor his defiant stand Wallace turned the records in the two counties over to hurriedly summoned grand juries instead of handing them to the federal agents The decision of Wallaces fate in federal court was delayed at the request of the federal government Joseph P Ryan Justice Depart aent attorney told Dist utige Frank M Johnson he needed the additional time to pre sent a complete report on the ef forts to get the registration rec orjis in the two counties Judge Johnson postponed the bearing until tomorrow t A spokesman for Alabama Atty Gen John Patterson said the state is no longer representing Wallace as defense has own lawyers Patterson was among them as the states chief attorney at the outset of the dis pute Rinehart said the state is still interested in the dispute in behalf of the three frustration officials who have been ordered to testify before the CivU Rights Commis sion if their testimony is Johnson twice ordered the 39 yearold Wallace to make the reg Wlratipji files in Harbour and Bui See 8 Col SCHOOL JkaAcTIOgra tNDERWAISpVilliarn F Ora of Labor and points out strftovay in tricts elementary buildings during acounty Inspectio t upon Commonwealth but in this casfj on the second floor and each has a fire WithGraff left to assistant super intendent George Hood Marion Center elementary William Marion Center supervising and William u Gazette by Sipos US May OK Modified v SIR ram One Injured In Two One Car Mishaps Mrs Nora Young 43 Com modore RD 1 is in fair condi tion in the Indiana Hospital with injuries she received in a pne car accident early this morning on Route 80 north of Arcadia Hospital authorities report today the injured woman received lac erations of the right knee right wrist and the face The accident occurred about this morning on Route 80 just north of Arcadra No injuries are reported in an other one car accident occurring last night on Route 32023 just south of Homer City State Police from the Indiana substation report a car operated by Alex J Wynn 26 Bolivar traveling north on Legislative Route 32023 rounded a curve on the narrow road struck a car parked on the right side of the road crossed the highway and hit a pole on the left side of the road WASHINGTON United States will ing to modify its policy on German reunification it can get West Germany and other Allies to agree on some re vised formula S The whole German situation is under intensiveJyreVjew in the State Department in preparation f5r new on the subject with the Soviet government v RacketProbe To Allegheny PITTSBURGH racket probing federal grand jury today swung its attention Alle gheny County after concentrating for two days on an alleged Cuban rebel gun running Some 17 witnesses were sum moned to testify in thesixth day of the secret proceedings all but one from Allegheny County The first to testify was Detec tive Capt Walfer T Lofstrom of McKeesport Among others called were Henry Weiss president of the Braddock borough council Pete Zablocki a Braddock councilman and Allegheny County detective BUI Sulkpwski Braddock police sergeant and John Serrapare of Wilmerding In side The Gazette PMJJSQN Drew Pearson says today that Senator Jolxuisipu almost turaed the filibuster battle himself Seepages LOCAL SPORTING NEWS Read about the results of a dozen sport events conducted in the district last evening on pages 29 and 21 Ofher Feifwres Sli tf limp S7 JOrror 4 SUS7 Spurts President Eisenhower and Sec retary of State Dulles eipect to discuss Germany including Ber lin andthe reunification problem in with Soviet Deputy Pre mier Anastas I Mikoyan Friday and Saturday Dulles gave the tipoff on possi ble modification of the U Si stand at a news conference Tuesday He said reunification of East and West Germany through free elec formula the Allies have backed for not the only method by which East and West Germany could be But he declined under questioning to specify what other methods were possible West German Chancellor Kon See 8 Col 4 Invites Mikoyon To Church Sun LANCASTER AP A Mennonite minister with eyange lism on his mind has Invited Soviet Pep Premier Anastas I Mikoyan to church Sunday The Rev Maurice E Lehman extended the Invitation in a 619 gram to the White House Plepe be the mes sage said that Anastas I Mi koyan is Invited to church day He may come to my church my house for Explaining the gesture the Rev Mr Lehman said I be lieve that Mikoyan should be given aa opportunity to learn the answer to mans uewls rather cloudy tonight with occasional rain turning colder Thursday with rain changing to snowflurries Low to night 3449 High Thursday Lewis Tea loom now open i rTV f LISTS Priority On Road Projects HARRISBURG State highways Department today listed the Keystone Shortway and Dela ware Expressway among 16 pro jects given top federal interstate construction The departments long awaited on interstate road construction listed fiveyear pro gram for lettingbidson interstate projects About onethird of the 290mile shortway wouldbe under contract by that time and all but a short ink south of the Walt Whitman Bridge in Philadelphia on the Del aware Expressway No priority mention was made of the Anthracite Expressway or the PittsburghtoErie Freeway No attempt was made to list priority among the 16 different projects the Delaware necting the eastern terminus of the Pennsylvania Turnpike with the city of Philadelphia and the listed for bids in 1959 The Keystone Shortway al though low in traffic placed on the 1959 priority list be cause of the extraordinary scope of the The shortway runs 290 miles from Stroudsburg to Sharon Almost as significant in the re port was the departments re planning division est imate that the miles repre senting Pennsylvanias part of the national network would cost 68j million dollars above present est imates The federal government has al lars to Pennsylvania for the 13 year national building program for letting bids on interstate con struction forthe next five years Also listed for bids this year bypass Harrisburg bypass Pen rose avenue in Philadelphia con version of U S 22 in Lebanon and Dauphin counties Churchill to PennCan Highway in Lackawan way CoralQracetqn Fire Co party Summit which forms part of both tbe breathing If you sleep oo one Wed tfx PennCaa and the Shortwav side more than the other U will HOPELESS family of Bill Stoltero 16 stand atop Lands End facing the Pacific Ocean at San Francisco yesterday as they watch firemen digging be0w in an effort to recover young Stolteros body buried a landslide late Monday afternoon The high school boy and a girl companion were climbing up a path when tons of rainsodden earth came tumbl ing down The girl escaped Left to right An unidentified girl Eugene Southworth boys stepfather Mrs Southworth the mother and Mrs JFred Stoltero slides en dangered the rescuers AP HAVANA Cuba leader Fidel Castro con ends the executions springing from his civil war victory are necessary to purify Cuba after six years of dictatorial mle The future course of the revolutionary purge was a subject of conflicting statements but Castro made clear in a speech Tuesday night he considers the shooting of war criminals justified Amid mounting criticism abroad rebel firing squads have executed more than 150 persons on charges of murder torture and btlier high crimes during the regime Proposal WASHINGTON AP resident Eisenhower called oday for a pay as we go xlicy on federal finances Speaking at a luncheon of the National Press Club Eis nhower said that if a balance jetween income and spending an be maintained this com ing year it may lead to stib tantial surpluses in the fu ure With such a financial program ie held out the possibility of tax uts Eisenhower said the United Itates must reform its tax struc ure in a number of ways He aid Secretary of the Treasury lobert B Anderson is studying ways of revising the tax structure I would not be prepared to say that we would be prepared 1o recv ommend next year as the first move in this field the reduction f individual income he aid The President hit at the idea that federal spending can promote prosperity He said he does not believe it s the federal government which creates prosperity What the American people do is ar more important he said and he government should limit itself o doing what the people cannot do for themselves national se curity for instance Elsenhower stressed that it is primarily up to the people them to spend their money wisei ly and preventinflation J He said he keeP under the M problem of rising costs J Todays affair was broadcast ive by NBC and CBS TVand dio networks and by the ABC and Mutual radio systems WJiite House press secretary r James C Hagerty said the dent has no plans to permit five TV and radio coverage of his reg ular news conferences Batista who fled iwo weeHs ago It is estimated others face summary court rials many of which have been held insecret V Castro now the Cuban armed took an adi verse reaction United States in his speech to the Havana Lions Club Why didnt the at tack when government was executing people eh masse he asked Those who have been killed now were executed to demonstrate that they could not get away with mur der and crimes against the people Castro said A similar defense had been of fered in a press statement by the provisional governments foreign minister Roberto Agramonte Agramonte declared that if the new regime dicLnot mete out swift justice the people would take the law into their own hands to the torture and murder of an estimated Cubans by Ba police and troops presidential palace spokes majn was quoted Tuesday night by a governmentpress source as say ing the had orderec the suspension of all executions vSee 8 Col Causes Death PITTSBURGH o b e f t Fair 60 of Wexford RD 1 was pronounced dead Tuesday night his auto and another car collided at Forbes Av and Bige low Blvd Police said he apparent ly had died of a heart attack Air Coolers or Knows About Noses They Reveal Plenty LOS ANGELES Calif AP gjVf T f located slightly over a billion dolits amazing what Ralph Riggs knows about noses The nose of a says MUMJUIllg Wgf i The department suggested plans specialist Riggs is designed as show up in your A man who really knows noses knows thatsurgery tq change the appearance of the nose can have air cooler The Caucasians nose is an air Dr Riggs of 4V4 M4VIM Vltltf were sections of the Stroudsburg University got onto the subject i u while addressing a seminar on nose surgery Tuesday at the Col ge of Medical Evangelists You can pretty generally fig Monroeville connection between he said the wider the nose Pittsburgh and the turnpike Carlthe warmer the isle bypass turnpiketOfMary Another thing about noses They severe psychological effects Dr House of the colleg cautioned that can Interfere point of f land connection in Bedford and are Part ot tiie mechanism the Fulton counties and the Washingbody uses to make you turn over ton City bypass sections of the at night In 70 per cenit of the 4U w na County the Scranton bypass said Dr Riggs I can tell what interchange with tKe PennCan and side a person sleeps on by exam the proposed Anthracite Expressining his nose Really person is directed by his the Interchange Pittsburgh an near nose U turn over every Harrisburg for U S 22 and the so One side of the nose takes Harrisburg bypass aad the seceasy while the other sids takes lipa from Stroudsburg to Pocono over the task of doing most of Oil IM Wilt nt ALt n It irStt kM looking past all these years and second floor and overcom what happens Youre lost smoke Three other flrenusn what happens Youre lost If you to have a new be said be sure you undergo psy ecological treatmient before after Both doctors agree that if you breathe through your mouth Oae later ting all thats coming to you A mouth breather gets 10 to 17 per cent less oxygen than a nose breather and thats 9 fact said Dr Rjggs Wby Nose breathers br more deeply Try jit and see Also said non dont snore ft least oat as much Stay awaJke sooxe night check top Fireman Dies In Apartment In Pgh Today PITTSBURGH Pa AP w A perished and an apart ment building wasdamaged early today in a fire which officials said apparently resulted from an jrgument between the buildings landyman and a woman cus todian Detectives arrested Ernest Go ler 41 and Miss Ann Officers said Goler and Miss who lived iri the basement of the each other of starting the Both were charged with suspicion of felony Detectives said stories given by Goler and Miss Owens indicated hey quarreled Awhile drinking in their basement quarters Goler was quoted as saying Miss Owens threw lighted match es into a storage bin Miss Owens told detectives Goler had been tossing matches around the ment Both said they attempted to fight the blafce before fJamej drove them out The fire spread swiftly through the threestory bricfc structure near the University of Pittsburgh campus in the Oakland section about three miles from down town Occupants of the 12 apartments fled many in oightclpthing into nearfreezing temperatures such operations Fire Chief Stephen Adjey estf with ones fixed raated at The dead fireman Bartlsy UJ Take away the nose youve been 0Malley H was trapped on thf treated for smoke poisoning injuries Four more were to V the collision of truck and an auto en route fc fire A melee lasting several yicijuic uuuugit yuur uiuuiu stead of your nose youre not getoccurred when a group ol young tin all thats comin to ou apPwenUy wsym H unawwa flyft New Main St to moflth 4ay Eagles Party evsry lite   

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