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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Sftrveg Every Member of the Family UheWtetatremfct on the dining town January Elaborate Hurriedly Parade Arrange Canceled FIRE IN WHICH THREE babies and yesterday afternoon when fire swept their home dead were James Walsh 21 months his sister Bernadette McCool Jr their 17yearolduncle were burned to death inHatfield County The Leo J v AP Wirephoto 8 Faces Question On Segregation ft V InflationIke By STERLING F GREEN WASHINGTON said to day the nation faces a grave selfdiscipline to prevent a damaging inflation or government are alien to our traditional way of Eisenhower sent to Congress his economic report third and last of the major annual messages It announced a vir Tax Cuts Not Seen In future WASHINGTON AP Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas told the Seriate today President Eis enhower has offered a pro paganda budget that does not contain a ghost of a pro mise of a tax anywhere Those who have been talking so loosely about tax cuts people both an explanation and ah Johnson It is clear to me that this budg was not prepared to meet the needs of the people but waspre pared to create a political vissue he said v j Johnsons floor speech sent the congressional battle of the budget off to a roaring start Rep Clarence Cannon DMo came out of a House Appropria tions Committee meeting with top government fiscal experts and said he law little hope for tax re lief in the foreseeable At the white House Republi cans got a few blows at the Demo crats on the spending issue GOP congressional leaders came out of a meeting with the Presi dent and hit at Democratic spend ing proposals on housing Cartoon is the 50 member started hearnigsxJ 77billlondollar budget cal year starting witnesses were Secretary of the Treasury Robert B Anderson and Budget Director Maurite H Stans Rep John Taber RNY said spending is bound to increase if Congress expands elaborate toprograms it already has approved Congress has got to speak up refrain from embarking on projects that are going to largely increase the cost of gov and new jtually full recovery frolii the RICHMOND Va AP Thecome and production forecast in collapse of Virginias massive rereduction reasonably soon thereafter It will be breached in pub But the message clearly was meant as an alarm bell to rally Th Ic schools before a new antiin tegration program can be formuj labor business and consumers to lated unite with the government in de Two separate court decisions fending the value of the dollar Monday stripped the state of the Wage rises that run ahead of laws which fof more than two in output per worker years had prevented classroomEisenhower said push up integration hurt sales and impair American In a 52 decision the State Suj competition in world markets preme Court the package of Thus excessive wage costs ob antiintegration laws passed by a struct the creation of new jobs pedal session of the Legislature endanger the jobs of those now the summer of 1956 violated Virginias constituion It was un der provisions of one of these laws that Gov J Lindsay Almond Jr closed and seized control of nine white public schools last Septem ber as the state nibved to prevent courtordered integration Almond planned to give a ra dio and television report on the school crisis to Virginians tonight further to the Tnise of the massive resistance laws was a ruling by a special threejudge U S District Court in Norfolk that the schoolclosing sta tute violates the federal Consti tution The state court ruling is not ap pealable Its effect was to return to local control nine closed schools in Norfolk Charlottesville and See Va 2 Col 1 Jai Youth On Burglary Donald Tressler 18 1422 Water Indiana has been confined toJ 0Trainer former president of the Indiana County Jail on a Junior Chamber of Commerce working they are in the end See 2 Col 1 Concern Over Absent Pope VATICAN CITY Pope John XXIII left Vatican City Tuesday and caused some tem porary consternation AH that was known was that the Pope had left In an automo bile Then the 77yearold pontiff returned The press office an nounced he had visit9d sick Taber said Sen Thomas H Kuchel of Cal ifornia the new Republican whip jumped up challenge what he called the Democratic leaders diatribe and suggested that Johnson apologize to Prasi dent and the American Sen Prescott Bush RConn called Johnsons statement in Short Wedding DETROIT Deborah Baker told the judge that after the wedding ceremony in 1956 her husband Lon took her out to eat Then he put me on a bus and told me to go she testified She was a divorce on grounds of desertion heavy snow senj David L Lawrences inaugur ation indoors today and can celed out in Augural parade John S Rice chairman oJ theInaugural Committee at a m shifted the noon inauguration ceremony from a specially built glassenclos ed stand at the foot of the Capitol steps to the State Farm Show Building three mileisffdm the1 capitol as the snow increased he called off tlie inaugural Parade shortly after 10 accumulating snow would have made marching conditions Overnight sleet snow and rain made driving conditions haz Riceiheld off the decision for twp hours to abandon the outdoor cere mony in the glassenclosed inaii gural stand erected at the foot of the Capitol steps especially for the Lawrence oathtaking Shortly before 7 Rice took a look at the weather and checked with the Weather i Bureau on the then said if conditions did not worsen they would be able to go ahead with the outdoor ceremony But then snow started falling and the decision was reluctantly See 2 Coi 4 JhArgentina BUENOS AIRES Argentina AP The governments order drafting transport workers into the army appeared today have broken the backbone of a nation wide strike against President Ar turo Frondizis austerity program Buses and trolley cars began rolling in Buenos again as disgruntled drivers mPtormen and many other strikers went back to under the eye of security forces Railway and subway workers al ready were under mobilization or ders r The government in a predawn order had threatened to court martial Buenps Aires transport strikers who did not get back on the job The nationwide walkout started Monday under of Peronista and Communist unions The two groups had hoped to force the government to back down on its austerity program by granting another round of wage increases The program is de signed to check inflation and re build Argentinas economy from See 2 Col 2 A GOVERNORjELEOT STUDIED HIS SPEECH David L Lawrence who became Pennsylvanias 102nd governor ngers his lower Ijp as he studies his inaugural speech vin suite last night Lawrence Idyearold Pittsburgh sufcfeeV J O Trainer Jqycee of Year Joseph F McMahon assistant treasurer at National Mine Service night was honored as Man of theYear in Indiana at Junior Chamber of fourth annual Distinguished Ser vice Awards presentations A holder of the Bronze Scout Award Mr McMahon night was cite4 principally for his work with thp Indiana Community Chest in as president of that organization last year and was campaign chairman in 1957 Sharing the spotlight with him at the event in Rustic Lodge was charge of burglary to await court action following a hearing before of the Peace A M Cox yesterday afternoon The Indiana youth pleaded guilty to a charge of entering a cottage owned by Andy Mock in Cherryhill Township on Jan 13 and taking a who was named Outstanding Jay ceg of the Mr McMahon becomes the fourth recipient of the DSA Man of the Year award Previous win ners were Ralph Paul Mc Gregor and Dr Willis E Pratt president ofIndiana State bottle of Vodka and some shot gun shells A juvenile who accompanied j Tressler to the buglary wss restaflding Jaycee to Court awards include Howard C Myers Ray Teachers Collie recipients of the Out of the Year L i M UP Homer City Legion Party Hutchison and Donald 6fi regulars 55 midgets i32xi Myers Man Of The Year JOSEPH F MCMAHON man oj year of the two awards bjo Lodge Members of in three Indiana service Rotary Lions and bptimistsjoin ed in the testiwcmiaj to the honor ed J 0 TRAINER Jaycee of year In presenting the 1958 Man of award to Mr McMahon Barry Steele Jaycee president described him as an individual who has been working to combine Community CJxest tad United Fund into pne organization a pal they the Chest organizatipn hope to achieve in the near A resident of Indiana for seven years McMahon has been active in the Rotary Club Knights of Col umbus Elks Lodge Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Indiana Country Club He is also a member of the board of directors of both the Chamber of Commerce and the Ro tary Club Interested in Boy Scouting he was instrumental in the formation of a troop at St Bernard Catholic Church and was presented the Bronze Scout Award for his put standing service in that field In recent years his name has mpre familiarly been associated with Community Chest As a cam paign director in 1957 he headed the first drive thatcombined the Chest and the American Red Cross As president last year he contin ued his work towards the estab lishment of a United Fund for In diana A graduate of the University pf Pennsylvania he has been sssocla ted with National Mines for ten years He is marred to the former Isa Demo Housing Plan x Threat To Budget WASHINGTON cbngressional lead cwne a meeting with President Eisenhower today and declared1 that Democratic housing legislation would throwthe administrations budget substantially out of kilter They said they had also talkedwith the President about airport deyelopment and that intent on hold 1 ui i t ing the cost line in this House GOP Leader Chafes A said the adminis tration airport program will em phasize the safety of passengers Such things as construction ijf tre mendous terminals with fancy res taurants and bars is not content plated under the administration program he said These pronouncements pointed up reports that Eisenhower is de termined to keep the Democratic controlled Congress on the defen sive if it is inclined to spend more than the77 billion dollars he has budgeted for the new fiscal year beginning July 1 Today marked the start of Ei senhowers seventh year in office The White House said no formal observance was planned Hitting at housing bills intro duced by Sen John J Sparkman DAla and Rep Albert Rains Halleck tpld a news con ference The majority in control of this Congress had better realize they have a responsibility and that they cannot just sit back and think that someone is going to res cue them from Senate Republican Leader Ever ett M Dirksen 111 pictured Eisenhower as determined to dampenthe inflationary Both Haileck and Dirksen sgld the Sparkman and Rains housing bills call for monumentally more spending than legislation backed by the administration Mikpyan In Return To Russia WASHINGTON AP Soviet Anastas I Mikoyan left for Moscow today Before boarding a train for New where he will take a plane Mikoyan told reporters Please cqnvey to the popula Won of Washington and to all the people1 met in the United States my gratitude for their very warm welcome and hospitality and their desire for peace and friendship with the Soviet Union And when I arrive in my country I will con vey to high people all the best wishes and the desire for peace of the American Mikoyan had a private par on a train directly behind the engine He boarded it during a steady rain which came with the first warm day since he arrived here 17 days ago Mikoyan evidently was disap pointed that he could not budge Eisenhower administration leaders from their restrictions on Soviet trade and their policy of standing firm against Soviet pressures over Berlin He charged that the cold SeeMikoyaiMPage 2 Col 2 Ceremony By LEONARD A UNGEB HARRISBURG AP David Leo old pro in politics was inaugur ated governor of Pennsylva nia today at a hurriedly ar ranged indoor ceremony Lawrence taking the oath at the State Farm Show Building as snow banked out side called in his inaugural address for united action to take thestates gigantic tax problem out of politics A snowstorm that started at day break snarled carefully made plans and brought a quick shift of the inaugural ceremony from a glassenclosed stand built on the capital steps to the Farm Show Building An elaborate Democratic victory parade which uled to last about three hours this afternoon also was canceled The snow stopped an hour before ie ceremony The 69yearold Mr Democrat of Pennsylvania and veteran of many tax battles made his con ciliatory appeal for unity on taxes and other economic problems with much of the pomp and pageantry See 2 Col 3 Trial Begins ForDeSalle Defendant Inside Tne Gazette BOYLE Kim Novak Hollywoods most eligible bachelor girl is the subject of Hal Boyles column today on page 6 CAGE Indiana and Marion Center hit the road this evening for im portant league games This other sports on pages 10 and 11 Qthw Featores 13 it 8 M tt Swctety Spor court appointed attorney Peterson Spokane asked the jury td consj4er fhe icilling ofa Pennsylvania attempted robbery fliat df i Attorney John B Wright said he lopeid the jury would give son no more than life imprison nent He said the man apparently iad struck the victim Perry Petey DeSalle 50 of Blairsville scfthat le and a companion couldget away with the mans and other r Peterson and a companion W Hines 32 Bowling ucky arrested in DeSalles body was found on a road near Springer on Nov Officers said the two men told of DeSalle with a stone and robbing him after the man iven them a ride frdm Indiana to ew Mexico The trjal started yesterday after noon xecessed aoout 10 and resumed at 9 today Wrightsaid he does not blame the killing on either of the two defendants He said it was a rob bery attempt that got out oi One of the witnesses last night was the widow of the victim She testified that some of the clpthing ound in Petersons possession be longed jo her late husband Hines will stand trial after son He requested separate trials saying his defense and Petersonf were not compatible Goy Egan Of Alaska Critical SEATTLE Wash AP kas Gov William A Egan was reported in extremely critical condition today and an emergency operation was scheduled to relieve what surgeons said was completp paralysis of his bowels Egan the first elected governor of the 49th state was flown here Monday afternoon after failing to recover satisfactorily from a gaU bladder operation in Juneau ka Jan 6 The gravity of his not disclosed until morning Dr Joel W Baker s geon at Seattles Virginia Mason Hospital said Egan had a bowel obstruction and ewa plete paralysis in which fpllowed surgery twa ago Dr Baker described the pld Denjocrats Dances gt coVfry as c bel D Cake See is the father pf Col Cowics IMS WEATHER Mostly cloudy through Wednesday Occasional Ught wow flurries except occasional rain tonight somewhat warmer with some rain likely Co Homsr CUy   

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