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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                IE DM ftV wot too Bad to mtSm fakes ii you learn something from Member of the EDITION x 1 i 3 Pages Monday January 26 f tni t ii i Called By Pope John PRELUDE TO PAPAL John blesses spectators as he is carried on portable thvone to St Pauls outside Vatican walls yesterday The old Pontiff later announced the calling of a new Christian forces of the world The ecumenical council which was sus pended in 1870 when Italian troops occupied Rome deals with the most important questions of faith and dogma of the Roman Catholic Church AP Wirephoto via Radio from Rdme Fanfani Cabinet Resign In Italy ROME Amintore Fanfanis Cabinet re signed today because of a defection by a minority Moderate Socialist The proWestern prime minister who heads the Chris tian Democrats handed his resignation and those of his 20 ministers to President Giovanni Gronchi TWO PAIRS MAKE A FULL aforementioned isnt true in poker but is a fact here These boys and two girls make their camera debut at their parents hpme in northern Netherlands village of Deinum Wednesday The babies were bora last September first of J Lauten Plans 21st Ecumenical Gathering By STAN CARTER VATICAN CITY Pope John XXIII will con voke a great assembly the 21st Ecumenical Council in the history of the Roman Catholic Church to seek unity of the Christian forces of the world Return to the fold of the Eastern Orthodox Churchs 129 million members was seen as a prime ob ject of the conclave But there are great obstacles to any formal re unification particularly the Ro man Catholic dogma that the Pope is supreme and infallible in mat ters of faith and ReaffirmStion of the churchs stand against communism may be another major subject of the Ecumenical Council the first since Pope John already has expressed grave concern with the plight of Catholics in Communist lands arid particularly in Commu nist the Red regiine has been trying to a nation al Catholic Church that denies al legiance to Theicouncil will bring together Roman Catholic cardinals arch bishops and bishops from all over the world in what may well be the most immense gathering in Chris tian history More than are eligible to attend Representatives of other Chris tian communities in addition toisram designed Roman Catholics are likely to be immediate when he adj Army Signal Corps Depot at Toby andjhanna admitted making a survey error but was unable to explain bach 25 a plumber and his 21yearold wife At birth they weighed a total of 28 Left to right are the boys Willem and Meindert and the and Ytje AP Va Planning New Moves Oh Schools RICHMOND Va AP Vir ginias Legislature will meet in ex traordinary session Wednesday to seek new defenses for the state in its battle against integration in the n I T CL I To Shovels f 9 Boots And Rock Salt public schools Gov J Lindsay Almond called the special session Sunday days after the courts had dealt a knockout to massive en acted in Without these lawsy under which have been closed the state is powerless to prevent oi5 delayintegration where it is or dered by federal judges In one school in Arlington it has been or dered by federal judges In one school in Arlington it has been ordered for no later than Feb 2 Almond indicated he will offer the Assembly only a stopgap pro See Governor Almond Feature On Page 2 It was back to the snow shovels boots and rock salt for all of Indiana County as a result of an overnight snow fall that reached from five to six inches The unseasonal rain and warm weather of the past week that caused the disastrous floods in western Penn sylvania ended abruptly last night as thfe snow was panied by temperatures recorded in the very low 20s Crews from the local Pennsylvania State Highways Department garage have been out all night battling the FirrrvAdmits Survey Error AtTobyhanna By LEE LINDER LEWISBURG Pa wit ness testified today at the con spiracy trial of Re William J Green Jr DPa and six others to meet the tne firm which designedthe snpw invited to attend See 2 Col 2 Ga Attorney Claims Rights LawEvading By PAUL SIMMONS Recover Body Of Trucker In Beaver River BEAVER FALLS Pa AP The body of a 34yearold Rochest er truck driver was pulled from the cab of his truck in the Beaver River today State police said he was identi cafrdsu in his r as C W Chnstopherson He was Cabinet to continue in office only an employe of the Schultz Truck ing Co of Rochester In accordance with tradition Gronchi did not accept the resig nations at once But he made clear he would and asked the Fanfani as a cajetaker regime Gronchi announced he would start consulting political leaderswas submerged WednesdaV on the formation of aswollen river last Wednesday new government plunged through a railing of He might ask Fanfani or anjPennsylvania turnpike bridge confer with a representative Christophersons tractortrailer in the flood It a ses dresses the State Senate House of Delegates in joint sion Wednesday noon The governor said he still plans to appoint a committee of legisla tors to formulate a longrange antiintegration program Almond declined any hint of specific measures he would rec ommend He said it would serve no useful purpose to disclose whetljer he will offer a plan aimed at staving off integration in Arling ton and in the localities where closed schools may have to be re opened on a racially mixed basis Norfolk Charlottesville and Front In Arlington plans have been laid to appeal to the Supreme Court the order of Dist Judge AMKRICUS Ga AP t Georgia attorney argued todayother Christian Democrat of that the 1957 federal civil rights I partys left wing to try a new law was designed to evade coalition possibly with the Liber rom void the law of the land instead als or Republicans replacing the supporting it j falter Social Democrats Attorney Charles J Bloch tookj It seemed more likely however that tack in urging dismissal of a that a Christian Democrat right Albert V Bryan that four Negroes be enrolled at Stratford Junior High School for the semester start ing Feb 2 School board attorney J H Simmonds said Sunday he i search was undertaken rear wheels were found dangling the bridge deck several hun feet above the river The Pennsylvania R a i 1 f o a d moved a heavy wrecking crane on its tracks parallel to the river State Atty Gen A S Harrison today or Tuesday Norfolk where pupils were affected when six schools were shut down last fall may find out today whether the schools federal court suit brought under1 winger might be rightist coalition that law in a move to fdrce regis tration of Negro voters The Macon attorney is repre senting vote registrars of Terrell County against whom suit was filed Sept 4 He maintained that former called to with the try a Mon or a minority oneparty Christian Democrat Cabinet Part of Fanfanis trouble has been opposition from his partys right wing led by former pre miers Majio Scelba and Giuseppe day Water had further receded and the cab of the truck was dragged to shore and Christopher sons body removed Efforts were continuing to remove the tractor Party Tonight Catholic Center 137 Gen Herbert Brownellpella both potential candidates to and Aux Tues Meeting knew or should have known that it was unconstitutional while he was advocating the legislation Ben F Brooks an attorney the Justice Departments civil rights division was to argue j against dismissal of the suit be1 fore Dist Judge T Hoyt Dijvis Bloch said that the suitcotistitu 6nal basis for the 1956 law was e 15th Amendment and argued that it was not appropriate legisla tion under the amendment The 15th Amendment he pointed out was declared adopted after the Civil War to prevent voter dis crimination because of race creed color or previous condi tion of And Congress in May 1870 enacted appropri ate legislation under it Bloch id This legislation he contend had been ruled unconstitutional three times on salient points See 2 Col 4 j canceled 13Sx Inside The Gazette UAUWSULJKG AP Harrisburg Head Leonard A Uuger comments today on the majority in the Pennsylvania State Legislature See his column on editorial page 6 INDIANA The Indiana ACs defeated the Duquesne Mannings Saturday night This and other sports on pages 10 and 11 Other Features AUddluk mirror 15 14 3 Edltuilul UokpiUI 1 ii Society Sportk TVRadio Worl4 4 1011 t WEATHER Mostly cloudy tonight and Tuesday tonight 10 to 17 and little colder Low P Gilboy engineer whose The testimony from Clarence F Wicker head of the Engineering Division of the Philadelphia Dis trict of the Army Engineers hinged on a charge that one of the John former Scranton firm planned the 33millionrdollar cheated the government by making false excavation estimates The firm also is accused of ly ing about its staff and forging doc uments in its successful effort to get the design supervis ion job Gilboys Gilboy OMalley and Stopper estimated it would have to remove cubic yards of earth to prepare the site Extinguish Fire At Holbens Indiana firemen were summon ed at this afternoon when a short in a battery set fire to a tractor in Holbens Farm Implement Store corner of Cherry must be reopened The City Counland Gompers Avenues cil has voted to deny operating funds to all grades above the sixth effective early next month This move which would close white as well as Negro schools was to be challenged today before Judge Walter Hoffman In Charlottesville where two schools with pupils have been closed the school board has been told by its counsel it must reopen the schools within a reasonable New Kensington Priest 88 Dies NEW KENSINGTON Pa AP A solemn requiem high mass will be sung Wednesday for the adjustd hls Very Rev FrancisJ Hertzog 88 recession cutting Edward Holben manager of the store said employes were able to put out the flames with fire ex tinguishers before firemen arrived it is reported4tf trucks and eight graders tare working on major highways throughout the county As of nopn today none of the secondary roads was being cleared of the snow due to the fact that work on the major routes had not been completed Hazardous driving conditions made i necessary for motorists to use caution while driving The temperature in Indiana Bor ough at 8 was 24 By noon it climed to 30 degrees The weatherman doesnt forcast any additional snow but with just a week to go until Groundhog Day old timers in the county wont hang up the snow just yet Winter dealt flood ravaged Pennsylvania another blow today by dumping up to seven inches of snow in the western half of the state and lesser amounts else where Many highways were in hazar dous driving condition Temperatures overnight ranged from near zero to the low 20s Continued low temperatures were forecast under partly cloudy skies See 2 Col 6 at the scene Damages he extensive said will not be Steve Misko Still Serious Tenyearold John Steve Mis ko remains in serious condition in the Indians Hospital today ac cording to hospital authorities The Dixonville youth was burned about the head hands feet and body last Friday when the home of his parents Mr and Mrs John Misko caught fire in the youths bedroom while he was confined to bed with a sore throat An appeal was made for cloth ing and furnishings for the 13 member family It was reported today the family has made ar rangements for a new home in Barr Slope See Increase In Pa Gas Tax Licenses HARRISBURG possi bility of an increase in the states gasoline taxand motor license lees gained new momentum today from the states new secretary of high ways Park H Martin who assumed the post last week in Governor Lawrences cabinet said the cur rent motor fund revenues arenl enough to keep up with federal highway grants Martin after spending three days looking over of the fund said the state has no re serves which would enable it to take advantage of additional fed eral funds for highways over the next four years Martin declined to say1 whether the department will ask for a one cent increase in the present 5 cents a gallon state tax saying thematter was one for Governor Lawrence to decide Department fiscal officials said it appeared a onecent boost wouldnt be suffi cient to meet the needs AID Million Requested For Relief By tflCK GRAVES HARRISBURG AP rompt legislative action was promised today on Gov Law request for an emer gency 3 million dollar appro priation for Pennsylvanias lood stricken areas If the need is as dire as Jov Lawrence and his cab net claim I think the Legis ature on both sides will go dong with measures to speed aid to those re commented Rep Al Johnson Republi can House leader Johnson made the statement as he and other Republican and ocratic leaders of both House and Senate went into a noon ence with the governor on the emergency Two dozen senators and representatives attended He asked the Legislature to ap rdpriate three million dollars foe flood relief and rehabilitation pressed for acceleration of federal mine drainage payments and ed to speed up relief payments to Anthracite miners affected by the Wyoming Valley mine flood After a meeting with the state and federal officials Sunday night awrence said he would ask the Legislature to provide million dollars for the floodravaged min ing area of Port Griffith and 00for relief inwestern Pennsyl vania The governor called Legislative leaders from both parties into his office at noon to discuss the neetls of the two He also said every effort would be made to rescue a dozen miners See 2 Col 7 Pearson Suit ByMcGonigle Must Stand WASHINGTON S Dis trict Judge Matthew F McGulre has refused to dismiss a libel suit brought by Arthur T Me Gonigle Republican candidate for governor in Pennsylvania last No vember Pearson against columnist Drew In a brief memorandum filed to day McGuire denied a defensi motion to throw out the suit The judges action means th case will remain on the courts docket for trial later The tria might not be held for a year 01 more McGonlgle contends he was II beled in Pearsons syndicated co umn which appeared in newspa pars in Pennsylvania and else I where last Oct 1 Cuba Tuhis Attention To jc i Outside Plans By ROBERT BERRELLEZ HAVANA Cuba AP Cubas revolutionary government after a hectic threeweek organizing pe riod is turning its attention to the outside world A good deal is certain to be heard from provisional President Manuel Urrutia and his Cabinet ministers on Cubas economic and political role in international af fairs Urrutias regime has been over shadowed by revolutionary chief See 2 Col 5 Car Slides Into Train Two Indiana teenagers were slightly injured this afternoon and a third escaped injury when the car in which they were riding slid into a Baltimore and Ohio freight train at the Oakland Avenue cross ing Both of the injured were treated at the Indiana Hospital and leased They are William T McCreary 19 1250 Philadelphia and Ted Manos 18 675 Oak St Joe Hickey North Eighth driver of the car was not injured Indiana Borough Police report the car going south on Oakland slid into the freight trajn The incident occurred at According To Consumer Markets Data Indiana Co Business Said Good Special to NEW YORK the Gazette Just how the average Indiana County resident industries which depend on sellof the retail dollar The volume ing their higherpriced products on in the previous year was f installment credit The averaep installment credit Ihe average 4own in normally a cautious in 000 Sales of automotive equipment directions and expanding in oth1 dividual cut down drastically on and supplies including trailers the oldest priest in the Greens burg Roman Catholic Diocese t and pastor of St Josephs Church Consumer Markets Data study j his debt load the last 48 years Father Hertzog died Saturday tal of injuries suffered in a dcwn a flight of stairs The quiem mass will be sung Bishop Hugh L Lamb such purchases refusing to add buj vebifef K 6 amounted to equal to 21 cents of the dollar This com pares with a year ear All in all it is seen once hei The retail spending picture fojr became convinced that his income i the fiscal year ending July 1 1958 night in Citizens General Hospiwas not seriously endangered hejis revelaed in the annual study again demonstrated his voracious made by the Standard Rate and fall re i appetite for consumer goods As a Data Service lier General merchandise stores in eluding department variety aad by Homer City Rifle Club party to nite result most local businesses stood i It shows that business done by i general stores accounted for up well They went though the the various types of food stores i or 8 cents as agajujst recession without too much sufferan Indiana County selling food previously offpremises consumption totaled Shops selling clothing and other ing to 7 cents The figure was the year before Home furnishings stores took ia or 5 cents compared with before More recently retail business has been gaining in strength ft reflection of rising employment aad of growing consumer dence There is less fretting the future strings are As being result some of the money WM pot Exceptions were the heavy goods in the year or 27 cents apparel grossed amount j ftUitfioa is now ippff brought out be the direction of thii in 1958 That   

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