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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY T An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member erf ijie Family tmfy tWttg settle wptfteit kttow about cooking Is how to fctiitg their husbands to A boll 1 Volume 130 City County EDITION Telephone HO 55555 Seven ING NEW I Bitter Cold Deep Device Aid In Space Travel Near Zero In District Indiana County residents staggered yesterday by the sudden return of frigid tem peratures and drifting snows almost went down for the count last night as the ther mometer hovered around the zero maik in all portions of the county Fine wind driven snow falling during the night caus ed small drifts to form on rural rpads and filled side walks in residential areas Cindering crews from the state highway department continued their battle to keep the roads as safe for traffic as possible and in Indiana Borough cinders were again being spread at street in tersections The continued cold has caused the snow to stay on the streets and highways of the county mak ing driving conditions hazardous Fortnately State Police from the Indiana station still report no serious accidents since trie start of the icy road conditions Thursday eveningi Forecast for Sunday in Indiana County indicates more of the snow flurries that have been falling on and off for two days and tempera tures reaching no higher than 20 See 3 Col 5 No Closing Monday At Ernest School ERNEST Second floor of the Ernest elementary school will not be closed Monday pending con sultation with representatives of the State Department of Labor and It was reported this week that the second fldor of the building might be closed until safety im provements were completed J F Dwyer director of the Bureau of Inspections Department of Labor and Industry has re portedly assured the Rayne Twp School Board that recommended safety improvements do not neces sarily mean the building is in a dangerous William J Norman county sup erintendent of schools has an nounced that the labor and indus try department has given its full approval to continue operation of the Ernest school building pend ing consultation with tepresenta tives of the department concerning suggested safety At a special meeting of the Rayne Twp School Board Thurs day evening it was unanimously voted to comply with Labor In New Atomic Batteryless Power Unit Revealed To Supply Power For ime By FRANK E CAREY AP Science Writer WASHINGTON AP An atomic device with no m o v ing parts anol small enough to be tucked ina handbag may be the forerun ner of means of providing the electricity to help man in space This was fore seen today of a new method to provide power over lengthy periods without the aid of batteries The new development hailed by the Atomic Energy Commission as highly was an nounced Friday at the White House Col Jack deputy chief of the AECs aircraft reac tor division today predicted such batteryless power might also be used in the future to Provide juice for instruments in large unmanned satellites forlong periods of time furnish shelter heat and power for communica tions and weather instruments in remote areas like the arctic and antarctic provide newtypes of See To 3 edl 1 ATOMIC POWER top view of small atomic power plant unveiled yesterday at White House was released by de veloper The Martin Co of Baltimore to show spokelike ar rangement of thermoelectric elements leading from core con taining minute quantity of radioactive material Plant weigh ing five pounds has lifetime power equivalent of ton dry cell AP MAN SIZED McQuilkin three year old son of Mr and Mrs Theodore McQuilkin South Third is shown putting on the finishing touches to the snow on the sidewalk in front of his home Daddys little helper was up early this morning pushing back the snow that fell overnight With help like this cleaning a sidewalk is no job at all Gazette photo Castro Asks Million To Approve Executions Two Youths improving11 A weekend check on two dis trict ytfuths seriously injured earlier this month shows both to be improving satisfactorily Connie Moore 16 a Dayton High School Student injured in an auto accident Friday evening Jan 2 is reported today by Armstrong County Hospital officials as com ing along nicely and doing At the Indiana Hospital Francis Gallo 15 year old Indiana High By LARRY ALLEN HAVANA Cuba Castro estimates that 450 persons will die before the current wave of executions ends n Cuba Already 205 persons have been reported shot on charges of crimes against the people during the dictatorship of Ful jencio Batista Cuban prisons recently heldan estimated to more for trial on similar charges but some have oeen released and others given jail terms Castro gave his estimate to a crowd of about in front of the presidential palace Friday night He called for a rally of half a million persons in Havana next Wednesday to signify approval of dustry Department studentshot in the neck tioiis as to discontinuing use shooting target with some riends on Saturday Jan 3 is re as improving satis any dangerous portion of their school buildings if so required and to arrange an immediate hearing with the department con cerning safety improvements Parents of school children are assured that the school will oper ate only with the full approval of safety James K Mc Ejhoes secretary of the Rayne Twp School District said It was also announced that Mr Norman will speak at the Ernest ParentTeachers Association meet ing Monday evening concerning the recent publicity given to safety in spections of school buildings Elks Notice Elks meet at Club Sunday eve ning at seven oclock to attend memorial service at the Robinson Lytle Funeral Home for our late Brother J Ed Lantz James E Sadler Exalted Ruler 130x V F W dance tonite 130x Tea Room now open factorily Bath young people were on hos pital critical lists for several days Cabinet Meeting HARRISBURG David L Lawrence will waste no time getting together for a pow wow with his cabinet after he is inaugurated Tuesday Lawrence has scheduled a cab inet meeting for 10 Wednes day in the conference room of the attorney general The meeting will be open to newsmen and photo graphers the first time in his tory Inside The Gazette BIBLE Thou Shalt Not Kill is toe topic of Bible Comment today on editorial page 4 IJHS REMAINS Indiana Joint High School remains undefeated in League play after last evenings encounter with Couemaugh Township See sports pages 6 and 7 Other Features AUddini 1UU 10 Nokei JooUty It TV Rtdto or Ttlk U WEATHER FORECAST Mostly cloudy windy and cold with snow flurries today tonight and Sunday Low tonight Z below to 7 above High Sunday 12 to 3V the executions The Cuban people generally have applauded the trials and ex ecutions Police broke up 200 per sons in front of a police station Friday demonstrating for lynchr ing of one suspect The actions have aroused sharp criticism in the United States and other fcountries however Castro invjted foreign newsmen and dip lomats to attend the trials to check their fairness Newspapers in Brazil Peru Ecuador Argentina and Costa Rica have called for a halt to the sentative to the United Nations bloodshed The Uruguayan repre See 5 Col 2 Dogs Seek Homes A threemonthold female Col lie pup with black and white markings and a small female tan colored terrier are seeking a place to call home Both of these dogs would make good pets tor some one wanting a dog Call HOpkins 30684 between and Dance tonite Club Savoy Music by The Rockets Lodge meeting Sun for all lodge mem Area Stalled BySnow f SOUTH Ind AP South Bend and most of St Jo seph County was crippled by a 14 inch blanket of snow today but maintainance crews working all night had cleared most of the main roads 20 between South Bend and New Carlisle eight miles west was still closedto traffic but all other main highways and city streets were reported passable hut Most of the snow was dumped on the area in less than three hours Friday A light snow con tinued to fall most of the night but did not add much to the depth The heavy snowfall was whipped into snowdrifts by heavy winds causingMayors Edward F Voorde of South Bend and Albert F Doyle of adjoining Mishawaka to declare a state of emergency in their spective cities The St Joseph County Army Re serve unit was called in ard all available construction equipment was borrowed in the battle against the clogging snowdrifts The Weather Bureau described the snowstorm as a caused by cold air being warmed as it came across Lake Michigan and chilled when it was over the South BendMishawaka area Or dinarily the chill would have come at the shoreline but winds carried the air inland 51 Said Dead BUENOS AIRES Argentine airliner with 52 persons aboard crashed into the Atlantic Ocean Friday night off the seaside resort of Mar del Plata Only one survivor Five Top Topics In Discussion WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower and So viet Deputy Premier Anastas I Mikoyan conferred for an hour and 45 minutes today The Russian leader discussed at least five outstanding East West issues with the Presi dent but failed to offer any new proposals or concessions White House press secretary James C Hagerty said Eisenhow er and Secretary of State Dulles agreed with Mikoyan that the talks had been useful Among the subjects discussed Hagerty said were the Berlin sit uation the questions of Germany disarmament increased trade and freer exchanges of persons between Russia and the United States I can also Hagerty add ed thers were no new proposals during this Hagerty made clear his com ment referred specifically to spec ulation in advance of Mikoyang arrival here that he would prob ably bring some new proposals or offers of concession on the Berlin situation The press secretary said there was no mention of any visit by 3 Col 3 Ffc Motel Fire Kills I OneMissing was found Almost four hours after the vacation flight crashed a man was found alive on the beach his clothes burned or ripped off All others on the twinengine plane apparently perished Only three bodies were recovered in predawn darkness Searchers who were hampered Two Youths Await Action For Burglary Two Indiana youths were charg ed with burglary larceny and re ceiving stolen property and lodged in the Indiana County day after pleading guilty to the charges before Justice of the Peace A M Cox of Indiana Awaiting court action on the charges are William Elmer Bow lin 19 and a 16 yearold boy who confessed to taking whiskey beer gasoline and some cash from a cottage belonging to Charles Shubra 1701 Church St The cot tage is located in Cherryhill Town ship Total value of the items lifted on at least two occasions by the duo is estimated at nearly Entries were made on Dec 23 am 29 according to the report The owner and State Police from the Indiana substation reportedly apprehended the youths by wait ing for them at the scene of the burglaries jy stormy waters said many of those in the plane presumably were trapped inside and drowned Among those on the passenger ist were Eduardo Braun Menen dez one of Argentinas most fa mous scientists and Dr Jose Mex zadra another wellknown scien ist There was no immediate con irmation that they actually had jeen aboard The plane belonged to Austral Airlines a new company known throughout the country for its pen guin trademark because of flights to Argentinas cold and bleak southland The airliner was on a special summertime vacation flight from Buenos Aires to Mar del Plata 240 miles to the south and then to Bahia Blanca another 260 miles west It was coming in for a landing at Mar del Plata in windy and rainy weather when it smashed into the ocean about 150 yards from shore The airline siad it carried 47 passengers and a crew of five The line did believe any for eigners were among the passen See 15 3 Col 4 STUART Fla unl tfShtified mfh was knovyn to 1 Burned to death and another missing and presumed dead in an early morning fire at a downtown hotel today Seven ofthe nine registered guests got out of the twostory 40 room Commodore Hotel but Cor oner Jimmy Reagram said other persons might have been trapped in the building The coroner said others might have sought shelter in the hotel to avoid the early morning cold The temperature was 33 degrees at the time The missing man was George Jackson 31 a bartender He wpa last seen in his room and refused to leave according to witnesses Robert King 23 and Gene Pani pinto 23 ofRochester said they had tried to get the hefty bartender out of his room but when he refused to leave they went outside and got a stepladder Panipinto said smoke was lowing from the room when he reached it from the outside and he believed Jackson was trapped inside The ruins of the 3fryearold ho tel were still smoldering five See 3 Col 4 If Weather Is Right Expecf Great Turnout At Inauguration Fete HARRISBURG wealths Secretary John S Rice to day estimated a crowd of between and would turn out for the inauguration of Gov elect David L Lawrence next Thursday Were looking for help from the he said If the wea ther is right and traveling condi tions gre good there should be a great Rice who is of the In auguration Arrangements Com mittee salt more in vitations have been mailed out for the inaugural ball Tuesday night Two Zgmbp Temple and Scottish Rite Cathedral will be the site of the dance but their combined capacity is about to Four orchestras wilj play We dont anticipate all of the invitations will be said Rice Tickets to the ball cost and profits go to the Democratic State Committee Workmen are nearing comple tion of the inaugural stand a seats on the steps in front of the Capitol They will seat per sons and Rice said invitations for these free seats wero limited to that number Other spectator will havt to stand Rice said arrangements were completed for the inaugural par ade in which some marchers will take part The parade is ex pected to last four to five hours Former President Harry Truman Lawrences personal guest for the inauguration ceremonies has been asked to join the parade briefly before leaving for Washington for a speaking engagement that night Lawrence will fulfill a speaking engagement in Philadelphia Sun day and then return to Harrisburg nod stay with his family at a down tdwn hotel Tuesday he will pre side at an inaugural supper in what will he his new home the Execu tive Mansion New Haluska Clinic Sets New Warn ing PITTSBURGH Atty Thomas J Shannon has is sued a warning concerning Conner State Sen John J Haluskas pro posed new medical clinic at sonCambria County The clinic is scheduled to open Monday Haluska was connected with the nowclosed Hoxsey cancer clinic at Portage He and four others signed a consent degree in District Court last October abolishing the Hoxsey cancer clinic under that name and agreeing not to reopen the clinic for treatment of cancer Shannon said Friday We will closely observe the operations If we find any infraction of the amended restraining order it will immediately be called to the courts Haluska will be business ager of the new clinic He said pr Adelaide Galbraitb a registered osteopath will operate the clinic Dr Galbraith is the wife of Or Harold F Galbraith of Patton who was medical director 01 the sey clinic Haluska said Or and other qualified licensed sicians and surgeons will any and all person appearing It they find cancer it Notice Eagle E Sat Jan mfi V W dwce tpaiw 1   

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