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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County Newspaper Utat Serveg Every Member of the Family fllfOttgrJ lets you keep your mouth ihtif tvhich isnt H bad idea At times City EDITION Indiana Permsylvanla Thursday January 29 I9S9 Two Sections X15 MATED TODROP is how the high altitude research plane in which man will explore the fringes of outer space will be carried aloft by a B52 Stratofortress bomber The X15 will be suspended from a pylon beneath the starboard wing of the B52 then taken aloft for first carry tests possibly before the middle ofFebruary This Is thefirst picture ofthe X15 mated to the drop plane The photo was taken at Edwards Air Force Base Calif AP Wirephbtb McElroy Says Bombers Deciding War Factor WASHINGTON of Defense Neil H McElroy told senators today that if the Soviet Union starts a war the outcome will be decided by longrange bombers in which the United States is superior Neither the Soviet Union nor this country now has an operational intercontinental ballistic missile McElroy said He questioned that the Soviet Unions vast submarine fleet could now inflict heavy damage on this country by surprise attacks with shortrange missiles Neither the Soviet Union nor this country now has an opera Major Test For Labor Bill Seen n w WASHINGTON John F Kennedy DMass said Thurs day the key fight over his labor control bill will come floor jtional intercontinental ballistic effort to striiKfjrom ft all provijmissile McElroy said He quesi sions affectipg the TaftHartleyitoned that the Soviet Unions vast Law submarine fleet could now Inflict He with aheavy damage on this country by reporter to prfdiotbow this might surprise attacks with shortrange niissjles McElroys estimate of the rela come out stage of the proceedings The fifi which i Thursday Archibald CoxJe Expelled Boy Sets Fire In Auditorium NEWARK N J AP An tive strength came during two i auditorium fire forced pupils ur to evacuate a today An Ilyearoid boy expelled last its publnours lie hr McElroy s rvard Univer sity who helped draft the Kennedy 1 This firsf bill and Prof Gqdfrey Schmidt operational base will behvtuje al of Fordham University Camp Cook next June Later Edwin WeisI counsel for The Labor subcommittee which settingjthe blaze Arson squad detectives said the 1 youngster whose name was with held sneaked into ttie and ignited curtains onthe stage Police said the boy was ex line Senate investigators spoke ofpelled last Thursday for trying to Kennedy heads continues its testimony as to the efiset fire to the hair of a girl in lie hearings today Witnesses wilhfopf Hm rirei hearings today Archibald Cox of Harvard Uni1 that first operational squadron of ICBMs will be ready ersity who helped draft the Kenjin July sic of this year at Camp nedy bill and Godfrey Schmidtj of Fordham University Other senators supporting the Kennedy bill said they think the Senate floor vote on knocking out the TaftHartley changes would be very close These sources said privately that most Republican senators and many Southern Democrats prob i ably would support such a move TPeveral of the provisions also are See 4 Col 4 TruantClune Youth Makes Gun Threat ELDERS RIDGE A 16vear Seven Oenfi USE FOOD AS WEAPO IKE URGE Fire Safety Law Johnstown Attorney In Appeal HARRISBURG AP A Johnstown attorney today questionedthe constitution ality of a 31yearold state fire safety law when applied to buildings erected prior to the laws enactment Marli B Stephens Johnstown school district attorney made the statement before the State Indus trial Board in appealing an order closing the Chandler Elementary School Johnstown because of fire hazards i This law the Fife and Panic Act was enacted in 1927 arid con stitutionally it cannot be applied to buildingsbuilt prior to that he told board He ago he The measure is the same his fifthgrade class In his pocket police found a note addressed to Louise K Hess a vice principal It said in part I am going to burn the school down You will be shot down unless you put up The note was signed with the boys name Police said the youngster had been in trouble before for start ing a fire in hisown home No one was injured in the blaze vuvciai ui me aisu ale n in the Eisenhower administration old Clune youth was scheduled forlj 1JC whlch was Put out bill introduced Wednesday but a hearing this afternoon after al that measure also includes other legedly threatening two school of proposed changes strongly opficials with a doublebarrel shot posed by labor See 4 Col 5 in 30 minutes County Mothers March Tonight The Mothers of the 1959 March of set for tonight Mothers in every corner of In diana County will be marching toward greater victories over jMcCracken crippling diseases Help light their way by turning on your porchlight from 7 o 8 gun yesterday The young man reportedlyan almost consistent absentee at El ders Ridge schools grabbed the shotgun and loaded it when twoi school officials went to his home yesterday He was apprehended later in the Increase Pay For Some In County Jobs The Indiana County salary board has announced increases in pay atu would if necessary seek an opin ion of the attorney general oh constitutionality of the state law as applied to that building The fourmember state indus trial board which heard the ap peal said it will study the testi mony of Stephens and others at todays hearing and notify them within a few days of their deci sion If the board continues its order the school wiil either have td install the fire wells with in a specified time orx close down the schools upper floors Representatives of at least a dozen other schools were sched uled to appear before the board to explain what they intend doing about orders to improve safety conditions in their buildings Al most 90 schools were ordered as fire hazards in a recent drive by the department day by county authorities and lodged in the Indiana County Jail for about 20 of the courthouse per I He did not offer resistance when sonnel he was arrested by Sheriff Paul W Jeffries and his deputy Roy When a marching mother on your door rcineinbcr that your home Is free from the threat of polio because you ans wered that knock before Your donations In past years helped Effective with the first of Jan uary the increases range from to and were awarded to em According to county authorities ployes in the Veterans Adminis Elders Ridge High School office of the county school pal Jack A Steffenino and a home j superintendent Child Welfare De visitor Mrs Esther G Moore partment as well as employes of went to the yesterday to learn why he was not It is reported 49 other personsJr Rights Bill Introduced H Douglas DI11 nd 14 other senators joined oday to sweep ng civil rights bill aimed at insuring racial integrated ill Douglas sponsored with iut in the last session f Congress It would author ze 200 million d o 11 a r s of ederal funds for a fiveyear rogram of grants to speed prepared for as called List Youth e Better1 JohhVSteve Misko is reported by Indiana Hospital officials today as being a little The tenyearold youth burned about body last stroyed the Misko home in Dixon ville has been on the serious list since being admitted to the hos pital The 13 member Misko family was made homeless by the blaze j that brought injury to John Misko A LONG TflME BETWEEN 40 Jockey Peter Tripp ill and after 200 hours without sleep gets a hug from his wife Lynn in Armed recruiting booth in Times after his continuous performance in the interest of science and the Marchof Dimes His 200 hours without sleep caused a team pf medical researchers to say Vhe has probably stayed awake longer than anyone in A big crowd kept vigil outside as the 32yearoldTripp completed his vow to keep awalse for the 200 hours AP Wirephoto Senate Asks Facts On Defense Picture WASHINGTON Senate asked defense lead erstoday for the facts with the bark off on the nations military might and outer space program Sen Lyndon B Johnson opening public hear with a prepared statement said his watchdog Seriate the face hands feetand 1 Preparedness subcommittee wanted a plain unvarnished last Friday when fire deand unadorned accounting of what has happened to the nations preparedness program We are not interested in de fense as an Johnson told First is the United States do in school received no salary increases The youth refused to go to school The salary board for the county and reached for the shotgun His is comprised of Harold McCor bring about the victory of the I mother according to authorities jmick Dee Miller and Harvey Orr Salk vaccine This year your dimes and Jars can give new hope and trained care to thousands of children crippled by arthritis and birth defects plus continued aid to all polio victims j stepped between the school author all Indiana County Commission ities and her son jeis and County Treasurer J W Mr Steffenino and Mrs Moore Everett then left the home It was not learned what charges have been filed against the teen ager Inside The Gazette POINT OF The lost art of learning a trade is discussed by William L liigersoll today on editorial page 6 TEXTBOOKS TOO Changes ui the cage lineup at Indiana State Teachers College is the subject ol an article on todays sport pages See pages 20 and 31 Other Features AUWIni W Mirror CUuUieds 2637 2425 W SporU 8021 18 Worl4 6 M Editorial 6 BvtplUl NotM n ObltuarUi 4 WEATHER Partly cloudy becoming windy and much warmer with occa siunal rain Ukely tonight and Friday Low tonight in the mid 80s Motor Vehicle Deadlines Near Indiana Borough police offici als issued 9 reminder today that 1958 operators licenses and Inspection stickers for passenger cars expire Jan 31 Borough motorists were ad vised to comply with the regula tions concerning both expira tions It is reported today the family is still in need of bedroom furnish ings Both the Red Cross and the Salvation Army has been assisting in the rehabilitation of the family military We want to know where we this is a question to which there should be a answer We are not concerned with rosy optimism or with finding scape goats We want the the bark off if you Johnson said his group wants to find out ing everything it reasonably can and should do to insure the de fense of tilts country and the fre world against military aggression Second is the United States doing everything it reasonably can anc Proposes Surplus ram WASHINGTON AP President E i s e n hover an nounced plans today for a foodforpeace drive aimed to turn farm surpluses 1 into a major new weapon for the free worlds arsenal The project was disclosed in a special farm message to i3ongxess wKich otherwise renewud with fresh emphasis the Presidents call for lower price supports El senhower said that wculd cut down overstocks thrpugh market place sales and reduce federal farm outlays Eisenhower said presejnt price support programs are dxcessive ly expensive and crop control programs dont work The foodforpeace plan came up in Eisenhowers discjssion of efforts to find expanded markets and new outlets for fa TO prod ucts In these efforts there mediate and direct the cause of world iilsenhow lie passage of ireat of a filibuster was to weaken the civil rights bill Douglas said adding I fear 11 will be used Douglas led a campaign this year to cut from 68 to 50 the num fer of senatorial votes required to choke off a a method Southerners have frequently used See To Page 4 Col 2 worth of fafm products special export programs on is ajn im I am setting steps in motion to explore anew with ither plusproducing nations ill practP cal means ofutilizing the various agricultural surpluses ofeach in the interest of reinforcing peace and the wellbeing of friendly peo ples throughout the world fa See Col 3 Parents Sis And Brothers MORAVIA AP A 16 yearold boy wiped out the other four members of his family be cause of resentment against an older brother and a spanking ad ministered by his father He felt he was too big to be spanked he told state police He is 5 feet 9 weighs 155 and has been noxproblem in high school his principal said Police said John Jayne grabbed a shotgun Wednesday and killed his father Willis a 66yearold farmer his mother Amber 55 his brother Willard 19 and sis Elizabeth Ann 13 John said the family seemed to side with Willard in various argu ments the boys had been having The spanking John got was last summer but it still rankled and he was mad at the entire fam ily he said The mother and sister were shot Movie Star resBa k should do in the exploration of in the kitchen of their home near outer space this central New York community Johnson asked witnesses during southwest of Auburn The father See 4 Col 2 See 4 Col 1 InAccidenf DURANGO Mexico Au drey Hepburn was reported today to have suffered a severe back injury when she was thrown from a horse on a movie locition here Unconfirmed reports said she may have suffered four broken brae The accident occurrejd day while the actress as gallop ing a spirited white Arabian lion stopped and the actress was thrown over head and was She was taken to a hospital but later moved to the house wh re sfee was staying She was making a scene in the HechtLancaster production Ernest Anderson plublic rela tions man for director John Hus ton said he was authorized to say Miss Hepburn had a severe back Injury The most optimistic diction he added is that she can His Country o Soviet Satellite Since Reds Cannot Rule Forever Says Bulgarias Exiled King w Smokeless Miae VALLEY FORGE Pa AP ia return to the throne Or if not in the corps given a medal and brushing and sweeping making Mining Co Communists cannot rule forever that then some other onthesnnt made a seraeant beds cleaning weaoons and Other leave her bed in three said there was a dout to ride for Miss Hepbi the actress insisted oj scene herself AreaMiner Serious1 Seward injured yesterday afternoon at of Communists cannot rule that then some other onthespot made a sergeant service to his people Pretty good for a king without a gear beds cleaning weapons and other Jn seriOVjS condition pital Johnstown is C Onn Hnmo Why should tnis one fae an excep At 21 he is one of the oldest kingdom he mused Yet he was I want to be spared I IUII IC jion It may be a long time but cadets among over 900 at Valley quick to point out that he is a he asserted There is nothing A young short haired dog real Judgment of the people j Forge Military Academy in neighking in exile not an exking A about my life I dislike My fellow has a fine disposition and is end When it boring He is cramming regency ruled for him after the ship with to periods He is being compound fracture leg Fellow miners said motorman was rib of coal ami itriftte car animal a good home may 1honeof Bulgaria His country has been chosen by this handsome sixfoot Ryldd His father that sH between 430 and 630 pm a Soviet satellite Red darkhaired lad name when traveling incognito aa4 other J jcoup in 1946 i Whatever the future may have The other wdets call him Siro itudy Family Night at HandyAndys is half way through a in stwe the present is rich in sometimes Simon Hell hajrdjy sir Sat Eve 6 to 10 Everyone i vear of intense training grooming laurels Simeon has just been He tackles even drudgery with one academy official related Invited himself for what be hopes will be named the finest upper class plebe zest scrubbing and polishing See 4j Col J j Rwty weeks He e on hand rn that doing the miner Conemaugh eorge treated fof of the left Family Sat lye I   

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