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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TlbiJY Alt Indiana Ctttinty Mitiiber ef the family Ijdtt Iff people never atnmtnf to iftftfting fceefittsetoe ate too fhtmy ways not to iyIvanlat Tuesday January 27 1919 City EDITION SevefTCiiS Cold War High Level Talks Seen In Spring WASHINGTON AP Secretary of State Dulles said today Soviet leaders are try Ing to delude the world into believing they want to end the cold war while actually seeking advantage to win it Nevertheless he told a news conference the United States feels this spring is about the right time ftr a high level EastWest confer ence on Germany and European security since it is sometimes pos sible to reach peace promot ing agreements with the Soviets through tough1 bargaining Dulles said the United States would be delighted to get an ef fective reunification of Germany by any means fair to all sides But he ruled out the Soviet pro for a confederation of West irmany and Communist East Germany because he said that is designed to secure the permanent partition of the German nation On other points Dulles 1 Expressed concern that Soviet Premier Anastas I Mikoyan may have formed a false impres sion on his trip here that the American people are not really behind their government in carry on strong policies towaxd Tlie Soviet Union People mostly talked generalities to Mikoyan Dulles said while the government has their support when it is deal ing on specific difficult issues 2 Reacted skeptically to the statement by Soviet Premier Ni See 2 Col a 2ND KIDNAPED BABY FOUND OK Jplges A fv Election Aid MONTGOMERY Ala AP The acquittal of former Judge George Wallace on a contempt charge leaves Wallace in the role of a potential candidate for gov por boasting he defied civil ights investigators and got by with it Wallace Insisted he disobeyed a federal court order despite the courts finding that he had com plied with it and actually helped the Civil Rights Commission get access to voter registration records The former state judge dclared he had successfully defied the au DUG OUT FROM UNDER 50 TONS OF COALCharles Mas trangelo 61 watches rescuers remove the last shovels of coal to free him from a pit where he was buried Under 50 tons of coal yesterday in Cleveland He slipped and was sucked down through a chuto in a coal hopper he was unloading Forty men wgrked more than there hours to get Boast By IMikita On IGBM Output By HAROLD K MILKS MOSCOW Soviet PremierNikita Khrushchev e e today the Soviet Union has launched into produc of the federal government jtion of international ballistic missiles Then he called for a and the civil rights agency They iban on building and testing rocket as well as nuclear were defied he said and backed lace that if you resist them fed oral agents and back them to the wall they will hunt any way to back Wallaces term last week He was from U S expired last under court Dist Judge weapons He told the 21st congress of the Soviet Communist the Soviet TT eering We again say to the United States Britain and France let us ban for all time the testing pro duction and use of nuclear and rocket weapons let us destroy all stockpiles of these lethal weapons 1 T w uivai WCUpuns rank M Johnson Jr to make us use this supreme discovery available to commission of human genius exclusively for records agents Instead he turned them over to grand juries hastily sum moned in Barbour and Bullock Counties Johnson ruled Monday that be cause the grand juries made the peaceful pruposes Ourgovern ment is ready to sign an appro priate agreement at this lie said He said the ICBMs were in se rial production in the Soviet Un records available for examination on but did not elaborate on what Wallace carried out the effect bis order and only pretended to Ipee U S 2 Col 4 of meant by this But he spoke of Soviet rocket prowess See 2 Col 3 Armstrong Co Disaster Area WASHINGTON AP The Samll Business Administration to day designated Allegheny Arm strong Crawford Lawrence Mer cer and Venango counties Penn sylvania as disaster areas be cause of floods The designation permits owners of homes or businesses to apply to the Small Business Administra Another Showcase Conviction HAVANA Cuba AP The defendant in Havana second showcase trial was convicted before dawn today and sentenced to death before a firing squad Three of Fidel Castros of ficers deliberated for 39 muv utes and found former Batiste army Capt Pedro Morejor guilty of assassination homi cide and robbery i Morejon heard his fate aftert trial of more than 10 hours staged in marked contrast to last week opening spectacle in Havana1 brassy Sports Palace Tins time tlie scene was army headquarters outside Havana Tlie courtroom held only 200 persons There were ho floodlights televi sion cameras or radio micro phones The crowd filling the room occasionally applauded when the prosecution scored a point bul there of the Roman cir cus atmosphere which accompan iedthe conviction last week of the first Havana defendant Jesus Sosa Blanco A high spot in the trial was the sudden appearance of Maj Camilo Cienjuegos head of the revolution aryjlprcesin the Havana See 2 Col 1 Judge Says Lane OK In Two Off ices WASHINGTON Pa AP Common Pleas Court Judge Roy I Carson has reversedhis deci sion in a surcharge suit involving he compatibility of a state sena tor and county commissioner Judge Carson on Monday or dered judgement in favor of the defendant State Sen William J ane who also was a former Washington County commissioner Judge Carson in a previous opinion said that the offices of state senator and county commis sioner were not compatible He acted aftera taxpayers suit in stituted by William Packrall who sought to have Lane surcharged or certain funds Lane spent on expenses Lane was serving as both a state senator and county commissioner Subsequently Lane resigned as commissioner but he sought re on the Democratic ticket as senator Packrall also a Dem ocrat opposed Lane at the pri mary last year Lane won easily hen was reelected at the general RING AROUND THETREE TRUNKSCollars of ice nearly three feet above the ground ring eS0n afterflood waters receded Ice formed when temperature U Legislature Pulls Al Oh Flood Relief i HARRISBURG let out all stops today to assist Gov David L Lawrence in rehabilitation of floodravaged areas of the state Three million dollars in unusual spending powers were voted Monday night And thenthe House pushed for fast action pointing to a roll call Wednesday on apackage of four bills providing a firm legal basisfor the emergency expen ditures Partisan considerations fell by the wayside when first the Senate and then the rammed through a special resolution allow ing the governor to spend up to million dollars in the Pittston mine drowning tragedy The remaining half million iol lars would be spent by the For ests and Waters Department to ac celerate flood controUplanning in northwestern Pennsylvania also hardhit by last weeks rising wa Union Bodily Threw Out Investigator AP The Seriate LaborManagement Com mittee reported today that team sters Union officials physically Jirew qut one of its investigators who asked questions at union headquarters in Detroit Committee counsel brought up the incident in questioning the man who did the and McMasters business agent of Teamsters Union Pxesident James R Hoffas Local 299 McMasters a big man refused on grounds of selfincrimination to say whether he struck the in vestigator alled him Maher a Joseph Maher and a Communist small balding man election Judge Carson said it would three per cent disaster loans to rebuild or replace de stroyed property appear that since the voters have given W J Lane overwhelming approval this court should not set aside the will of the people when so strongly twice From Country Club To School Gift Of Machine Inspires Advanced Study Foundation Jflf couldnt we recruiting mont members gave wo ss told a i reporter that McMasters and several other Teamsters men hrew him out last July when he sought to ask questions He grabbed me by the throat but he didnt injure Maher said The story of the fracas followed a morning of testimony that Mc Master drummed up In truck business while carrying on his union duties Questions McMasters refused to answer included Why did you hit Mr Maher surrounded by several Teamster Union officials Why did you tell Mr Maher he See 2j Col 5 other Jail Teen Trio For Burglary BLAJRSVILLE Indiana County teenagers were in the Indiana County Jail last eve ning after being apprehended re portedly for the burglary of a store at the intersection of Routes 22 and 119 to the Indiana County hours of con years it has Natioml 56 CoJumbu awarded grants to hool Boards Assn section meet projects including a Spanish teach ing Monday night to a howtodoit iers tour to Valencia Spain explanation1 of the Columbus Private gift support for faculty foundation idea research work and advanced study The idea was born with widespread in colleges and uni W I Columbus versifies The Columbus founda cian and school board member ition apparently i The foundation ha ville RD 2 and the other for iumraer this year About was spent last summer on such faculty enrich ment as mathematics study at New York University gifted chil dren workshop study at Stanford gave s icemaking machine high school teachers to the country Dr Wissman The effect on teacher morale has been ence E figurej jf there were people tendent around with that ui4 of money tojhave University institute study at Yaleunlversity advanced science and mathe UCVIQtCU Robbins school superinjmatlcs 5tudy at University of AJ we j Virginia and study at the Bread Writing Workshop la And an important Up to now the Columbus found tion has been amply financed with j a low pressure solicitation among1 industries business firms and pro fessional people A city of Columbus has three major local supporting the founda ville RD 2 and uiei Josephine both larceuty and receiving stolen Is Dog Wants Home The promise of a good home is all that is required for a family I to receive a young medium sized The foundatioo board passes ondog that will make good house study project ideas proposed teachers Strictly junket proposi tions dont get by said Dr Wiss tion man pet HousebroJcen this good sitioned dog is kind with children Interested persons should call HO S44H ter Lawrence already has ordered utmost efforts bythe Mines De partment to pump the waterclog ged river slope mine in a despar ate hope that 12 trapped miners may still be alive In addition companion program were started to remove water as a threat to surface support of the nearby homes The situation also has raised the threat of a surface seepage of dangerous coal gas The Luzerne County House dele gation co sponsored the fourbill package in the House Monday In a burst of speed the House ap propriations Committee immedi ately sent the measures to the floor into position for debate to day and a floor vote Wednesday Other legislative developments See Page 2 Col 2 Fire Kills 8 Japs TOKYO AP At least eight Japanese were killed and 16 others injured in a fire at a the ater in Bihoro Monday night the newspaper Asahi reported D A V and Aux Tues Meeting canceled I38x Ike Policies OnEconomy Under Study WASHINGTON Demo crat who contends President Ei senhowers budget needs reshap ing took command today of a searching inquiry into administra tion econonuc policies Sen Paul Douglas a husky whitehaired exMarine and former college professor took over as chairman of the Senate House Economic Committee which begins hearings today Chairman Raymond J Saulnier and other members of the Presi dents Council of Economic Ad visers were called as the first wit nesses in an intensive study of prices employment production and purchasing power Unlike some Democrats who have described Eisenhowers bud get as inadequate and unrealistic Douglas said he is willing to go along with the 77billiondollar spending ceiling Eisenhower pro posed But he disagreed on where the money should be spent The President has made cuts in the wrong Douglas said I think for instance that a billion dollars could be saved out of funds for military supplies and equipment With tins money we could maintain the Army and Ma rine Corps at present strength and add 850 million dollars to missile He said money will have to be See 2 Col 2 Reported Alive Well NEW YORK John Tavarez victim of New Yorks second baby kidnap ing within a month was found early today in the Manhattan basement a p a r t m e n t of a Puerto Rican couple a few blocks from the site of the ab duction last Thursday The monthold boy was taken to a hospital for an examination and later was reported to be afflicted with bronchitis and inflammation of the small intestine He had been suffering from a cold when kid naped Police said Mrs Ascension Or tiz 25yearold mother of three children admitted taking the child because she had a miscarriage 10 days ago and didnt want her hus band to know it It was because I lost my own she tearfully told officers I had to make it up to my hus However a spokesman for Roosevelt Hospital said a clinical examination of Mrs Ortiz dis closed no evidence of a miscarf riage abortion or recent preg nancy Further tests were being made The hospital which also exam ined the Tavarez baby saidthji child would have to remain there at least a week The hospital said See 2 Col I State Senate OKs Of Schools HARRISBURG State Labor and Industry Department was supported by the Senate todiy in its campaign o close down the schools with fire hazards The Senate unanimously adopt ed a resolution Monday urging the department to provide periodic fire inspections of schools and re commend any changes state fire laws The action came as ments Bureau of Inspections put out new orders for school closings It has been inspecting schools ever since a tragic fire last month took the lives of more than 90 youngsters in Chicago The Senate cited the Chicago di saster in its resolution To fear that any of our1 school children are in present danger is the resolution declar ed adding To rid ourselves of fear W9 must find and eliminate every fire tiazard in our Ever since the Chicago disaster the Labor and Industry ment has been inspecting and pub lishing lists of schools it considers fire hazards It has closed or par tially closed a number of buildings under existing laws The additional schools ordered losed Monday by the department Included WilkesBarre District McKinley elementary second floor Bangor Northampton Cpun ty Roosevelt elementary second floor Bangor Bangor High School and Falls Overfield elementary second floor Dalton Wyoming Lackawanna counties Williamsport district Alba elementary Alba ford County Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON Peter Edson reports on another foreign visitor to the United States cui editorial page 6 ROTARY SPORTS Rotary is again sponsoring a sports banquet the featured speaker for the program See and U Joe Kuharich is sports pages 10 OJher Featores Buiiaeu Mirror Cotulei ObituirlM M t World Toxltr I WEATHER Fair and colder tonight Fair and little temperature change Wednesday Blairsville Man1 Killer Sentenced RATON p ft Q has been sentenced to life injr pdsonment and another faces nurder charges in the death of Perry Peter PeSaJle 5Q Blairsville Pa Judge Fred J Federici tenced David R Petejciwn Spokane Wash Monday A convicted Peterwa last week first degree murder wti mended the We A data or triii of rimes 32 of Bowling 0TWM involved in Jiff not been   

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