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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Wrl v I An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family Money doesnt go whai It lacks in distance H makes up k City iWt EDITION Volume Psrinsylvania Friday January 16 CASTRO FIRM STAND Winter Off The Floor Belts County Hard v Renews Grip On I Indiana County continued tostagger this afternoon un der renewed winter tempera tures that accompanied an allnight snowfall Road conditions remained hazardous in spite of cinder ing and plowing by highway maintenance crews Even though driving condiitonsj have been hazardous State Police rom the Indiana substation have reported no serious accidents onj county roads since the snow andi icy conditions started last evening Snow has continued to fall throughout the morning and af ternoon in Indiana as well as int most portions of the Bounty The snow followed a 24hour per iod of almost constant rain and the sudden freeze turned the wet sidewalks into sheets ol additional snow made it unsafe both underfoot as well as on the highway The return of colder temper atures to the district marks an of the break area residents had from the frigid temperatures that greeted the new year The first weekend of 1959 saw the tempera See 5 Col 5 nSamfl Lewis Fisher Aide Passes Away YORK Pa AP Samuel S Lewis who held five high offices in the state government during his long career died here Thursday He was 84 Physicians said Lewis had been unconscious for several days Death was attributed to arterios clerosis hardening of the arter He had been in ill health since last September when he was taken to the hospital suffering with what physicians described as a coin plete physical breakdown due to old Lewis career in public office carried him from a clerkship in path of a car operated by New Demanded c L n Lrr Standing Pat OPERATION Equipn as it carried on its battle today east of Indiana near Ewings Mill roads as safe as possible The sr forming slush that quickly fioz today helped jreduce the size of of the Pensylvania State Department of Highway is shown J with an overnight snowfall Pictured is a section of Route 422 s Both snow plows and cinders were necessary to keep the iow fell on top of roads made wet by almost 24 hours of rain making driving conditions very hazardous The need for cinders j the cinder pile showivbehind the grader Gazette photo by Sipos forResen Less than an acre of land obtaining a U S Army Resen Officials liave reported th land already purchased for Center on North Fourth St meet the nunimum d Needed i Q Center stands in the way of Indiana Center e two and one tenth acres of the erection of the Keserve Extension is insufficient to ents for a modified 200man Center The Army real estate authorities have told the local Center through Congressman John P Saylor and local officers of the Reservists that if the additional 95 acre is not acquired the center will not be built anywhere in Indiana County and the nearly 15 reservists will have to go to Johns town Punxsutawney Clearfield or some other Centerwhere they can be accommodated during their training period The Army does not ask for any more land on the Highway 119 frontage where it now has about 300 feet but needs more land at the SecoTiclAtfel ICBM Test Fizzles Out CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP A huge Atlas missile trying to crack the intercontinental range barrier flew less than 200 miles Thursday night The Air Force which made the announcement of failure in Washington said there was trouble in the rocket engine system The 80foot rocket soared off in a perfect launch but the Air Force said an apparent malfunction resulted in a flight of less than 200 The Air Force shot an Atlas the full miles intercontinental route for the first time last Nov 28 Since that time the rocket has scored two more spectacular successes by orbiting as a satellite and blazing some miles over the ocean range The Thursday night effort actually was the third intercontinental range attempt The first try Local Girl Runs Into Auto Here Margaret Ann Beattie 10 565 Oak received multiple ions and contusions of the body when she was struck by a car this a afternoon at the intersection of i Taylor Ave and Chestnut act cording to Indiana Borough lice o The young girl was apparently on her way back to school at e today when she ran into WASHINGTON AP p mounted today for the prompt naming of a new U S Am assador to Cuba where the revolutionary g o v e r n mdnt says it plans more executions Demands for a new ambas sador to replace Earl E T Smith who resigned last Sat urday came with strong con gressional criticism of the executions as developments piled up on several fronts 1 The State Department as sured Congress it is standing pat on its policy of not interfering in the affairs of its neighbors It de nied charges the United States had given militaryhelp to ousted Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista Permission was givento Batistas wife to visit her sick daughter in the United States 2 The Navy ordered a task group that Marines diverted from an intended stop at Cuba to avoid any misunder 3 Rebel leader Fidel Castro said he wants good relations with the United States but cautioned against rany intervention in Cuba Castro vowed gringos citizens if Marines are sent to 4 Batista charged executions by Castros mptsjjtfrjustifvjheic liedeniexi heused torture meth ods during the revolution The call for prompt naming of a successor to Smith in disfavor with the rebels was spearheaded by Sensi Wayne Morse DOre and John Spark man DAla after Asst Secre tary State RpyT R Rubottom talked with congressional The most important thing we cando Morse said is to get an Steps are being taken quickly to accom See 5 Col 2 HOMEWARD BOUND Warning Issued To US Critics HAVANA Cuba AP Cubans hailed rebel leader Fidel Castro today for his warning against U S med dling in the1 revolutionary war crimes trials Newspapers gave it front page play along with a de claration by Asst Secretary of State Roy Rubottom that the United States is not going to intervene Both Castro and Provisional President Manuel Urrutia said Cuba wants cordial relations with its big neighbor to the north but not at the price of halting execu tions because of American criti cism Fresh shootings brought the death roll of the firing squads to 200 Raul Castro younger brother of the civil war victor said four mass graves had been found in Oriente province with bodies of 182 persons killed by Batistas followers The government announced it will press for the extradition of deposed President Fulgencio Ba tista and return of the aircraft in which he and his close associates fled to the Dominican Republic New Years Day The revolutionary military in telligence service charged Batista was trying to organize an ex peditionary force in the Domini can Republic and in Guatemala t Peters by Sister Mary hospitaljstaff The baby kidnaped 2 from the hospital when only old found rsafe and sound in the Brooklyn apartment of Mrs Jean lavarone Jan 11 Mrs Javarone is being held on a charge of Kidnaping attack Cubft Castro any ecutfems cowls fi during torship If the here rt r icb we South Bend Paralyzed By Snowfall the York post office to lieutenant governor They were auditor general 1921 sec 25 state treasurer 192528 retary of highways 193134 tenant governor 193942 and sec retary of forests and waters 1952 64 Lewis was born Feb 17 1874 at York son of Melchinger R and Justina Mt ul Lewis His father died while he was a boy and he worked after school to help support his mother After graduating from York High School in 1893 he entered civil service as a clerk in the York post office He served there until 1898 when he was transferred to the Money Order Division of the post office at Washington While at Washington Lewis en teied the law department of by the Maose and lies at the rear of the Moose property Police said thfr Lawrence vehicle If the land wanted cannot be was traveling west on Chestnut purchased for a figure which has ard S Lawrence House 185 Er nest See 5 Col 4 j ended in a violent blowup 90 sec onds after launching Sept 18 The fiery blastoff was the 18th in the nations ambitious ICBM development series which reached a high point Dec 18 when a ton SOUTH AP Mayor Edward F Voorde de clared a eniergeney to day as a sixinch snosy piled into drifts by a 30mile wind all paralyzed South Bend and vi cinity All city schools the University of Notre City Hall stores German Discussion 11 i By Dulles Mikoyan WASHINGTON Dep Premier Anastas I Mikbyan and Secretary pf State John Foster Dulles con ferred for more than two hours today on U dif ferences They arranged for another meeting for late after noon Mikoyan said he and Dulles each other across a table in Dulles had1 an exchange oi views on questions of particular interest to our two coun v The only other thing Mikoyan would say to reporters as he lef the forenoon meeting was that the discussions would be resumed From the State Department United States come make trenches ii the the rebef leader tol the Havana Rotary Th State Department ington that American policy strictly one of nonintervention1 i Cuban domestic Nothing some cbngresSsriorj al protests to the Secretary of State Roy Rubotton said We are not going to inter vene in what is essentially Cuba See S Col 6 To Remain Mike 4 Needs Heart Surgery and major industries were shut City buses shopped running and almost ail v other traffic was halted Telephone circuit were jammed arid the South Bend and use globe j alarm boxes rather than try to itelephone in event of fire The Atlas moon which relayed JB Tnrlinnjl fnll rnad peace on earth greeting during the Christmas holidays now is si lent and is expected to burn up in the earths atmosphere within the next five days Thursday nights missile SANTA MARIA Calif AP pint the boy needs From time to time as Mike plays The Santa Maria Times after with his toys the pain comes inan appeal for blood donors thehis chest Incnmced Thursday that 200 Columbia University now George j He knows then that its time have been offered gleamed in the rays of floodlights lor about a half hour and then thundered toward space at 11 The Atlas with three engines pounds through the clouds with a brilliant white glow and The Indiana toll road was inr passable betsveen South Bend and La Porte 35 miles to the west 20 east and closed 31 ngvth and south was virtually impassable The temperature rose to 18 from a low of 4 above zero of GenVMarshall Reported As Satisfactory FT BRAGG George C Marshall 78 who suf fered a slight stroke Thursday is had in satisfactory condition in an the Army hospital here his It was nearly 1 when Mikoyan hurried to the Capito for a luncheon with members of Foreign Relations the Senate Committee Mikoyan with Ambassador Mik hail Menshikov and other aides office at at gone State into Dulles Department reported today G M Powell chief sur geon at the hospital said Mar shall had a comfortable night and he emerged walking fast and ap pearing determined to try to keep his engagement at the Capitol on time West Perm a RacketProbe InRecess PITTSBURGH feder grand jury probe of organize crime Pennsyjvan has been recessed while the U attorneys office and its rack squad compiles more informatio Before recessing Thursday th grand jury heard 15 witness from Erie and returned nonprol connected indictments against persons U S Atty Hubert I Teitelbau said testimony on rackets hea during the past seven days will appeared in good spirits this I In the reception morning Dr Powell said that the five i star general was given a com plete physical examination and that there was no evident of any paralysis Dr Henry D Melntosh a spe about Washington University and was to go sit in a corner and wait graduated in 1901 Shortly after1 for it to happen ward he was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the Dis trict of Columbia and the York County courts Most of the volunteers are men at nearby Vandenberg Air Force Maj Francis L Manning whose It always does Mike faints When he wakes up he rests un392ud Field Maintenance Squad til he is strong enough to offered 82 pints told the pa Lewis first entered service again per Count on us for all the in 1917 when he was appointed as1 This will go on physicians say blood that boy si slant chief clerk of the Bureau for perhaps disappeared in 50 seconds That was the start of a flight through space reach SiHoldTwoMen For Larceny eases from the Duke school of medicine j complete agreement at the diag jnosis and treatment which was being given Col Powell said Lewis Tea Room now open A very nice female Beagle dog i that is quite thin and is in need of BLACK LICK Two Black Lick men are being held in the Indiana County Jail awaiting court action after pleading guilty to a charge of larceny Committed to the jail yesterday of Corporations See 5 Col Rink Then Mike less he has Mike has O w t s another three years Other Air Force units and other good care s seeking a place to afternoon were Noble Uawson now 4 will die and religious groups swelledcan home Anyone interested may 29 and Arthur Jones i an operation jthe total to 200 pints The pledges phone HO after of Lick s heart trouble There are still coming in The mn were apprehended by between two of the The cost of the operation will be Medoras Grill in Clvmer ouenstate for stealing a pocket room the State Department press office had assembled close to 100 and foreign newsmen They were told Mikoyaii would be brought through that room Walking at a great rate Mik oyan wrecked this carefully laid plan by zipping past the floor re been a foregone conclu sion that the talks wduld touch on the EastWest deadlock over See GermansPage 5 Col 7 of Photographers porters fijside The Gazette PETEH EPSON Peter Edson takes a close look al blue and white collar workers See his column an editorial page J transcribed and catalogued to s what direction the jury can tu in order to turn up federal vio tions More than 60 witnesses whf questioned during the probe whi was a continuation of one vec sed last fall NO indictments he been handed down as a result the investigations Witnesses W called from Erie Allegheny Ca bria Westmoreland and counties A former Pittsburgh polfceff one from New York S t a were among five men indicted the holdup of the Fide Sayings Loan Assn of Pj burgh in March 1958 They a Charles Creedon 33 PUtsbiu and Stanley Randall 26 Warn burg Also indited m t holdup were Joseph V RiJey See 3 S The ice skating rink atthe Mack Community Center will be open this afternoon and evening begins at 1 this af ternoon and at 6 this evening slows down Mike turns blue Doctors at St Vincents Hos pita in Los Angeles are going u patch up Mikes heart March 27 To do this theyll need at pints of blood The going rate is a pint The hospital will accept blood in County The rest is being raised Mikes mother Mrs Lynne Pap is divorced She and the boy are is a hole between two of the chambers of his heart This makes borne partly by the Crippled ChiHfoibusiness Will not be closed containing nearly in cash his heart work too hard When itidrens Society San Luis Obispo 129xand a check They were given a hearing before J ystice of the Peace Audreys Yarn Shop selling M Cox and onjered held for Open evenings 139x C0urt action j Tne tookthe Notice wWje wwking m the 1STC MAT1VIEN College matnien won their first encounter jRead this and other sports on pages 10 and 11 Other Features New Main St Parking lot next to Social Security Office By oipflth day hour Phone 56955 127128133134 trade at rate of two pints fori living with her parents in Arroyo Grande She had to quit job to take of Mike j Combo 130x Twp A where the victim Mrs Reba AUddini tamp Bualusii Mirror Cburct CUuUUdt 18 S4 U19 1218 U 16 Society Confine Youth ARCAPIA Josepfc N Ba baugh 17 Arcadja is the Indiana County Jail e charge of killing 4 deer oul season The laciiajta County youth committed to the oowty jftft yesterday afternoon Now a whole community in to help tor 6 has Dance Tonite Hotel Homer Glen RO 1 is an in WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy and cold with snow flames tonight and Saturday kow tonight 2 High 12 to 20 Audreys Ywn Shop Open evenings WiU   

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