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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 19, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                t I TfftDY An Indiana County Newspaper Servea Every Member of the Family Budget 70 Million f Surplus By FRANK COPIER WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower today sent Congress a 77billiondol lar x budget forecasting a spending cut of nearly fpur billion dollars and a precar ious surplus of 70 million He called it a confident budget that assumes a surge of pros perity Eisenhower said the bud get aims to restrain inflation ary forces that cheapen our money and erode our sav He also said it paves For Every Citizen of WASHINGTON W the ad ministrations new spending bud get for fiscal I960 adds up to for every man woman and child in the country This compares with estimated per capita spending ol in the current fiscal year President said he expects the national debt to be 285 billion dollars on of ficial estimates the population will total infiscal 1960 the per capita debt would be a person 1 JCJMJHS pieaaing gunr the way for a tax cut in the es before Judge Edwin Sentence live In County Court Toe ay Persons pleading guilW to charg reasonably No tax cuts were proposed for f Clawsdn Jl the Iii fact to helpiLck to t nf a 4 M Clark and Black the theft I of a pocketbook from tie Burrell foreseeable sentenced today i William Arthur Jones Noble Clawsdn Ji the first biKJof a pocketbook from the Burrell Male Police and hremen carry victim to rescue truck in three years the President is I shlp Elementary School were by Sipos tasking Congress to boost postal i to pay tne co of I rates nilri oacniinp MO pay a fine of make 2 Gountians Escape Death n rates arid gasoline taxes He wants some tax loopholes plugged of 525 to A 5B Banon whose Any added postal revenues and proceeds from loophole plugging would increase budget receipts make rs Reba k they took and serve 90 days in the Allegheny County Work foiise The duo were work Indiana County are1 in satis isenh factory condition in the Indiana Hospital today after havpnnt For i i i omv nrf r me uuu were won separate T took tower said would otherwise BuweH to be reptedsJieobWot the budget ScSL Eisenhower said hisiiiscabblue Joseph Ciako Kent ing a narrow escape with death David Lee 19 Dixonville and Donald Lambing Maiion Center R D 1 were overcome with carbon all its emphasis on econJan 11 for selling liq i omy promises to increase our a license in Young Tov military The ordered to pay the co o d c ri i meni mimary spending by J45 mil On a charge of o after falling asleep ear y yesterday in a car reported lion dollars but projects a cut of i gambling establishment stuck for a matter of several hours on the old Dixonville462 millions in arms aid to other also ordered to pay t lanomaRoad nations prosecution Credit given to the Indiana Fire Department Res Democrats in Congress generally William Elmer Bo wj Squad for saving the two youths According to thereport Lee was driving Lambing home about or 2 yesterday when the car stuck In an attempt to keep Top Court warm the youths kept the car I I iStands Firm running and apparently fell asleep and were overcome by the car bon monoxide The yoxiths were discovered about 0 Sun morning and a were critical of the budget Recharged wkh burglary welcomed the plans receiving stolen prope j a budget balance and said the from at least tw ternative is more inflation a home belonging Sen John Sparkman in Cherryhill called the figures unrealistic on probation for ing he found it hard to believe ordered to pay the co that congress will increase gasoisecution fined and I line taxes or postal rates picked up without ishjp was ts of pro of erating a Ciako was 2 costs of inc and House Speaker Sam Rayburn make restitution to Shu In addition he must m yurn WASHINGTON The SuDTex said he for a bal evervniBnt except Mom was placed to the local respreme court today refused to reanced budget but added 1 dont A similar charge ag r pi V llAJttY 1 vl UowU LU i v w cue squad consider its Dec 8 decision that see much chance for it under the Prompt action by the emergen natural gas pipeline companies Presidents j dents was turned ove r cnnaH a quick trip to may raise their rates without For the Republicans House GOP nil court ii 101 t ns4 i rt i 1 A T 11 I t tt lv IT VI1G d OTfl the costs of prosecution of for operating a hide after the suspen operating privilege mp m UIK may raise their rates without nouse uvf Indiana Hospital resulted in reprjor approval by the Federal Leader Charles A Halleck RInd viving Lee and Lambing Power Commission Sce 2 Col 2 Reconsideration was asked by Supreme i j D1 tne utV 0 Memphis Hospital officials said today anand the Mississippi Valley Gas other hours exposure to the fumes c0 could have proved fatal Court Rejects Tlie Dec 8 ruling overturned what was known as the Memphis C L I Dl decision by the U S Court of OCTIOOI I 1311 Appeals here That court had held that pipeline companies could RICHMOND Va AP The raise their rates without FPC apVirginia Supreme Court of Ap proval unless their customers peals today struck down the agreed to the rise was wb years ts of pro irdered to ra of e at home jy nst a mi same inci to Juve red to pay and a fine motor ve on of his Estates statutes against racial in Today the Supreme Court simtegration which have closed nine St Bernards On List Church Begin Trial In Blairsville Mans Slaying I iJ n 11 V4U U4 V 11 m RATON of two petition for reconsideration It did and in Warren County njen beating to death not give its reasons A threejudge iu w Peter DeSalle 50 of Blairs The announcement came at a in Norfolk simultaneously threw this afternoon was Viet le was to go on trial tobrief session during which the high out the closure law which has dis23 A 17yearold bov day in Raton charged withmur court delivered one 51 placed some secondaryaccomplice also is be rlafictrin M n k A 23yearold man is of Scranton police tod ing coin boxes in church tyiiivii nuvt ciuseu nine ing cojii uoxes in cnurcri I ply announced it was denying the schools in Norfolk Charlottesville out Pennsylvania and I t jn Warren County 1 including one here in I A threejudge District Court Scheduled to be arr der Separate decision holding that Ohio courts school pupils in Norfolk The Associated Pres iviiwtn iiju trials were ordered could not outlaw a Teamsters The unappealable state court dehas confessed to lootins Saturday for David R Peterson ion contract between trucking cision had more immediate effect in Indiana as well as 26 of Spokane and Floyd firms and drivers who operate on the future of Virginia public sylvania and New Jerse W Hines 32 of Bowling Green their own equipment school operations has reportedly admitt Ky HiJies requested a The contract declared the own In a 22page majority opinion by the Sacred Heart Cand erduvers to be employes and Chief Justice John W Eggleston box at the St Berns Dist Judge Fred J Fedenci covered such matters as the court rejected a principal conthere once last sprin scheduled She trial of Peterson insurance and holidays as well as tention of the administration ofin the summer Merson first and sait Hines will fixing a minimum lease rate for Gov J Lindsay Almond Jr that1 He is also charged Hal nf i See Va SupremePage 25 Cul 5 poor boxes in church Duiunore Avoca P custer York Gettysbi bersburg Bedford New Castle Butler A tiiigdon University Pai Haven all in Pennsylv The prisoner said he I member the names o i New Jersey where he lo trial immediately after use of equipment Hines saidhis defense and Peterj sons were not compatible New Mexico law makes separate i trials mandatory in such cases where one bl the defendants rej quests it DeSalles body was found south of Raton Officers in cite Idaho where Peterson and Hjnes were arrested said the two tl of beating DeSalle with a k and robbing him j Jhe two men reportedly been given a ride by DeSalle from ladiana to New Mexico j Inside The Gazette IN FOG ABOUT Drew Pearson reports today that Ike confessed to newsmen lies in a fog about Mikoyan Sec editorial page 6 INDIANA ACs Indiana ACs won a game B7 to 66 over Portage Saturday eve ning See sports pages 10 and 11 for details TB Leader Dies Ofher Feahrres Buitaeii Mirror IS S 1415 IMS 14 Uokpltal is 2 WEATHER FORECAST SporU TVBadiQ World Todw PITTSBURGH AP Dr C Howard Marcy medical direc tor of the Pittsburgh Tuberculosis league since 1934 died Sunday in Cloudy windy and colder with light snow tonight Low 10 to tmegbeny General Hospital He 15 Tuesday occasional snow flurries rather windy and cold High in mid 20s Two Patients Released Sunday Francis Gallo Indian juredln a shooting ac 3 and Mike Wida Iniiana bust nessman confined to tie hospital for several weeks witJ condition were both re the ladiana Hospital Both patients were ious when they enter ig in the pocket DOLLAR Where U Comes CORPORATION INCOME TAXES INCOME TAXES I CUSTOMS EXCISE TAXES AND OTHER RECEIPTS Fiscal fear 1960 Current Ettimate Where It Will Go MAJOR NATIONAL SECURITY Military Military Aniitanct Atomic Energy Stockpiling lOc INTEREST THE NEW Breakdown of next years budget dollar is shown in this Newschart More than half of the expenses in President Eisenhowers 77billiondollar budget will be fin nanced through personal income taxes Major national security expenditures will account for 59 cents of every dollar spent The budget is for the fiscal year beginning July 1 and is down from estimates of the outlay for this current Space Vehicles High By ELTON C FAY WASHINGTON Missile weapons and space ve hicles fly higli in the budget proposed to Congress today for the year starting next July 1 The Pentagon in asking for a spending y said it would lay out 800 million dollars more for incidents missile production and missile research than for the present Area Man Killed In NJ Crash A wellknown Dayton resident was fatally injured last evening in a trac tortrailer crash at Let anon the Associated Press reported today Victim of the mishap was Samuel Mearl Stear 49year old father of five children Stear a truck driver was crush ed to death when he slammed on the brakes of his tractortrailer to avoid a car and his load of steel rolls shifted flattening the cab Workers had to cut away the cab roofto get at thebody Stear was driving east on Rt 22 when a car suddenly rrade a Uturn and came at his truck head on Stear braked thetruck and the five rolls each weighing four tons tore through th of the trailer Three of them rolled do o Charlesiyear ief n custody for loot sthrough w Jersey diana igned late Lynn an alleged g held said Lynn coin boxes ther Penn towns He robbing abra coin d Church and again Missile costs were not itemizedj separately but President Eisen separately put Elssnl r j A 1 hower has said missile programsJD KGpOrt6Q U6QQ are costing nearly seven billion j dollars this year In addition to defense spending the newly created National Aero nautics and Space Administration would be given a 280milliondol lar spending budget compared with 153 millions for this year Expenditures by the Atomic En ergy Commission Eisenhower told Congress are expected to hit a record in fiscal I960 This large amount he flects our determination to main tain our position of world leader ship in the field of nuclearmili tary armaments until interna tional control agreement can be rreached The budget highway for several hundred feet Stear was active ein the com munity as a member of thn Day ton Volunteer Fire Depart Junior Order pf thbHist Church Born Feb 13 honing he was a son of the late Anna Margaret Irw i and Charles H Stear His su include his wife Gertrude ringer and the followingch William Middleport In Texas Blast GALVESTON Tex AP least six persons were reported killed today in an explosion and fire at a home in the resort com aid Le roy Dbnna and John all at Other survivors include t ters Catherine GoodDayti Ruth Fetterhoff Niagara F Y Friends will be received Bly Funeral Home Dayton 2 p m Wednesday Servic be conducted at 2 p Th at the funeral home wif Edward J Kroen officiating Interment will follow Lutheran Chur home ro sis n and Us N at the after s will rsday Rev i the h Ce rl munity of Clear Lake Shores 35 I pnvPQ 17 In 1 IZ Ifl miles northeast of here First reports said the dead in cluded two adults and four chil j i cHiuuay as dren The bodies were taken their nineroom GREENSBURG Pa Ive members of two f Sunday night as flam League City The fire followed an explosion j at 11 The cause of the blast and other details were not im mediately available Meager reports were radioed house here Firemen es 1 does reflect one here by Dep Sheriff J B Kline See 2 Col 5 ipf Galveston County the loss at Left homeless by the firle were Mr and Mrs Raymond Andiorio and their four children and Mr and Mrs John Delambo and their children Cause of th was not determined Under 15 Minutes and Lawrences Inaugural Address To Be Short By LEONARD A UNGER HARRISBURG s inaugural inaugural stand at the foot of the steps to the statecapitol It will be a joyous occasion for wt inaugui ai wv JWJ Mvva9iwii IUA ith looting address Tuesday is expected to bejDernocrats who for the first time i c in state historv will see thp inaup House scheduled a session Today but it is expected s at Scranj conciliatory and almost unprece oosic Lan g Cliam ittsburgh ona Hun dently short Walter Giesey the incoming governors executive secretary OliH rl U U and today Lawience would keep I his speech under 15 minutes and Jid not re W0uld outline a Program for the t Commonwealth without attacking on ted boxes i Its awfully cold out there on inauguration day and the gover nor wants to keep it in state history will see the inaug uration of a Democrat succeeding another Democrat in the gover nors chair A conciliatory speech from the former Pittsburgh mayor would be a sharp contrast to the fight ing talk made by Gov George M Leader four years ago Leader i then 37 lashed out at Republicans in terms like bankruptcy and youth to idem Jan ey told The Associated Press His address will be non controver An inaugural address of only 15 minutes compared to thoe for an hour or more at past inaugurals would set a new record for brevity a heart in recent years ased from sterday sted ser the hos Lawrence becomes the 102nd It earned Leader a 13month legislative deadlock on taxes that on deficiency appropriatio The Senate dominated publicans doesnt meet unt ly to provide a builtin a for the inauguration in the chamber of Morgan Davis former Philadel phia Democratic judge Lawrence at 69 will be the oldest persons to take the gubernatorial oath He and Mrs Lawrence already have taken dogged him until he lost his camj quarters in a downtown hqtel pre paign for U S senator last No vember Leader after Tuesday will go into business in his home county of York as an industrial development consultant But just like Leader Lawrence also faces a politically divided governor pf Pennsylvania at a i Legislature with the biggest task noon ceremony that might attract as many as spectators to the newly painted ahead the problem of raising up paratory to moving into tht execu tive mansion Tuesday The big question in rangemente has been the veather Commonwealth Secretar SRice inauguration committee chairman will look at tos situa tion at 7 Tuesday md an nounce vif it will be jiecessary to m v J VV to a half billion dollars in new use indoor standby facilities at taxes use I the state Farm Show arena front Barrier Removal Sought WASHINGTON AP Soviet Dep Premier Anastas I Mikoyan asked today for removal of what he called barriers to trade between the United States and the Soviet Union He got a fast turn down C Douglas Dillon the State Departments top eco nomic expert advised the Kremlin visitor that ample U S Soviet trade channels are open Mikoyan then asserted that the cold war in the State Department is going A few minutes later department press officer Lincoln White told reporters This allegation is fatuous on the face of it particu larly when it comes at the close of a tour on which this man has been very cordially by all classes of American Mikoyan according to White made requests to Dillon for three changes in basic U S trade pol icy 1 Removal of strategic controls imposed about a decade ago to prevent the shipment of potential war materials to the Soviet Un ion Dillon replied that these apply n the to only about 10 per cent of the rntal nnccihln TT C vivors Fer lldren total possible U S export list so there is ample opening for the So viets to buy gojodsan the United Stetes although ui many ca port snipmentBi Up ic Sr Most nxent for Soviet imports would5mean that would get tariff Benefits available to nations with which the United States normally has tariff cutting trade promoting agreements This met with no favor with Dillon 3 Renewal of a proposaj by So viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev See 2 Col 4 Potter Heads Unit Opposing Canada Move WASHINGTON Dr Charles J Potter president of the Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company of one of a group repre senting the United States bitumin ous coal industry which urged the State Department to protest Cana dian proposals to increase the sub sidy granted Canadian coal The coal industry spokesmen conferred with W T M Beale Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs and other officials They asked the State Department to present the coal industrys case to the Canadian government The Cana dian Parliament is considering raising the present subsidies grant ed to Canadian coal in the form of subventions by which the gov ernment pays part of the freight charges These subventions now run as high as per ton and in oneinstance more than The coal industry was rep resented by Dr Potter Tom Pick ett Executive Vice President of the National Coal Association and Dr Myles E Robinson Director of the NCA Department of C o a I Economics Canada has been a large sumer of UJS coal since JJ S coal fields are closer to Ontario and Quebec industrial centers than The Democratic dominated the Canadian coal deposits which milies s des frame mated blaze s y Re Tues John or late lie in the Maritime Provinces and Export of Today but it is expected to be in the Far West Export of routine except possibly for action coal Canada however has rrfiased snarnlv under the irrmact creased sharply under the impact of subventions The coat spokesmen also protest to Canadian trade barriers day And then it will be principalwhich hamper sale of coal in dience Canada Canada imposes a duty Senate averaging 35 cents per ton on vvhile Canadian coal eaters one of John the dutyfree The coal spokesman said the Ca andian government subventions on coal traffic totalled in tha fiscal year March 31 W58 and rates were increased 45 per cent last year The Canadian gcv eminent has sought through juj ventions to assure fuU for coal mines in Mi Proviaces w spite of SWJWt omic cooditiomi tWpawstt of coal into Canada mjtft toff tfet full brunt ol any they said Homer Qty 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