Thursday, February 5, 1959

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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY lit ffife tottoe tot of money bftt doefcnt east a i r An Indiana 146 To Cut Opposition Mtmptraf the Family fe ctte February 5 959 Two Sectiorts EDITION i Seven Cfrttf E Germans ifree Pilot 4YankSls HERLESHAUSEN sed Under UN Ifljpr m M t m Teeth In s Law WASHINGTON President Eisefihower called on Congress today to strengthen civil rights laws by making it a federal crime to use force or threats of force to obstruct orders in school desegregation cases As part of a sevenpoint legislative package Eisenhower said this proposal would give the government a valuable en forcement power to deter mob violence and such other acts violence or threats which seek to obstruct court ui desegregation cases The program had been tagged by the President in ad vance as a moderate one designed not to raise But it may hot please either Southern segregationists or parties in all respects The package provides Additional investigative power for the FBI in crimes involving destruction or attempted destruc tion of schools or churches Eii would make a federal offense of flight from one state to another to avoid detention or East Gennariy Authority for the attorney gen today released Army pilotefaj to inspect election Richard Mackin and fourother and recluire the preservaj t fion of such records for a reai American who have been Ume Qrder Q held in East Germany for several serve to vote as the weeks 1 keystone of democratic selfgoy Mackin a 27yearold American from Washington p parachutj Temporary financial and tech ed into East permany Dec 3 after nical help Co state and local agen he got lost and his small plane cies to help them adjust to the ran out of gas The1 four soldiers are Elwyn Bell of Hill City Kenneth G Carlson of San Leandro James W Hayes of Baltimore and Melwyn Hampton whose hometown was not given 9 The disappeared in Berfin during November and December last year The release was negotiated bei tween the American Red Gross HARRISBURG Goy and the East GermanRedCross Lawrence today signed three after the State Department I emergency aid bills appropriating stuck to its policy of refusing tothree million dollars for flood re with the East Germanlief in the Wyoming Valley and regime i western Pennsylvania The five crossed into West Geri Tne governor in signing the at this frontier post on said it is imperative that border of Communist East Gerptie funds be productive that many shortly after noon Mackin I stream beds be cleared and that looked pale He wore Army fachannels be straightened to re Minister Macmillan will visit tigues feltcap He said heiduct the danger of similar Union starting Feb 21 Premier Nikita Khrushi fN 1 i felt fine in the future and that lonjj chev expressed hope today that President Eisenhower also U 0 IO D m 6 H T Anything you want me to tell ran8e food control projects bothiwill accept a Soviet invitation for a visit but there was no fV your wife in a reportslate and be speeded intoindication from the White House that this is in the works i II VUJ er asked him action ON US PLANE s T DeterPage 4 Col 1 tl I Id y C7IIV y C DlllS I OIP ACCUSED CHILD airman Clark D StJllioni 24 and his English wife Rosemarie 24 sit glumly in Uie Houston police station after being charged with selling Mrs Stillions SycaroljJ twcjn boy and QeorgeF Iforri V former marriagtv as a married couple said they bougbt the twins for Macmillan To Visit MoscowJn February MOSCOW Soviet Nikita KhrushcheV proposed today that West jBerliryxbe turned into a free demilitarized city pices of Nations If this were done told Ithe 21st Soviet party con gress in Moscow the U S would be willing to guarantee the citys corridor to the outside world Soviet troops now guard the corri dor c We Khrushchev quoted by Moscow radio the Britain and France in the drafting of a statute which would guarantee the normal develop STEWARDESS attendant at Flushing Hospital administers blood plasma to Joan Zetlev 21 of Riverside N a stewardess aboard the plane that crashed into New Yorks East Rvyer INEA e Pro Hopes On Survivors Hear Talk Of Pilots In Fighters WASHINGTON AP The United States today pub licly confronted the Soviet Jnion with evidence that two Soviet jets shot down an un armed U S transport plane last September in a warlike attack possibly American airmen were killed The evidence was a graphic tape recording of radio con versations between the two Soviet fighter pilots A transcript of this recording was attached to an eightpage summary issued by the State De partment of its efforts to pry in formation about the incident out of the Soviet Union The C130 U S transport disap peared Sept 2 on a flight along the TurkeyiArmenia border Ten days later the Soviets re ported it had crashed in Armenia The bodies of six of the 17 Ameri cans who were in the plane were returned to U S officials Under persistent U officials insist er asked him he replied 1 her before you will 12 Aboard Missing AF Plane HAMILTON Bermuda AP A Superfortress plane and its crew of 12 were ssing today and presumed down the stormy midAtlantic see Two and a half million dollars MacrnHlan will be accompanied j of the fund will be used in the Foreign Secretary Selwyn jPittston area of Luzerne County Lloyd and will stay up to 10 days j where the Susquehanna River j Moscow radio broadcast accept ipoured into the two 4 weeks ago Twelve men were the smutltane tombed Oficia announcement The other half million dollars in Condon was earmarkedfor flood relief in came only western the deParture from Lawrence said he directed of Secretary of Goddard secretary o fSate Foster Dulles for Paris J after two days of talks with Macj jmillan and other British leaders i He Likes Gray Walls Of NEW YORK today pinned hopes which it desires to have relations on two surviving members for an answer to why a big as well as the access of these new airuner crashed near La Guardia Airport killing 65 of countries to the free 3 aboard See 4 Col both the crewmen the copilot and the flight engi neer lie critically cannot be qtiestioned The pilot was One big question to be answered was whether the lack of a beam fenaltitude guidanceof the plaiie had any bearing on the crash The American craft coming in the northeast through an overcast after a non stop flight from Chicago had the Industrial f UNIVERSITY PARK Pa AP vania aid of a radio beani which lined ties should put more effort intols approach with the runway developing industrial sites and idesignated for the landing modernizing zoning ordinances a SLAIRSVILLE than Burkett 25 Trafford likes his municipal government expert Jonotoday An altitude tells j planes whether they are approach ing too high or too in use on the same runway for those Robert A Sigafoos acting landing from the Southwest Wind squares of a behind the gruy walls of plans for various i bv the Pohcy including West uy Berlins future and German unifi view He was released from Rock Penitentiary yesterday today its congressmen to see The search centered about 300Trhb expedite the work miles northwest of B e r m u d m where a Japanese freighter ported it saw a burning plane crash Wednesday morning in fj Atlantic Although the said the plane appeared to be aDigS At I 8 Aiingleengine craft the foureni G50 should have been in the NEW YORK OCon genera area at the time nor 78 stage and screen elm rueoi the week for conferences with Coast Guard planes and Navy ler actress died Wednesday night West German Chancellor Konrad ication Dulles met Macmillan at noon after an hourlong session with Lloyd It was the concluding round in a series of talks on international issues that Dulles had held in Lon don since he flew in from Wash ington Wednesday Dulles has scheduled further discussions on the German ques tions with French leaders He will fly to Bonn at the end See J2 AboardPage 4 Col 3 Nixon Nurses Broken Ribs WASHINGTON AP Vice lancl Htlspital records list President Richard M Nixon is Wrthdate as Oct 23 1880 nursing two broken ribs but hes not letting them get him down j Nixon fell on his back Tuesday i night when he slipped on the sleeli covered sidewalk in front of hisj home Xray examinations Wednesday j after a lengthy illness Adenauer and other officials Miss OConnor had been a pa1 Macmillan is making his trip to tient at the Mary Manning Walsh Moscow in response to an invila Home a Carmelite Sisters instituition given by the Soviet delegation lion for the aged and infirm since headed by Khrushchev which vis Jan 10 1957 suffering from an iled Britain in April 1956 The in arieriasclerotic condition Ivitation suggested that Britains She was born in IrePrime Minister then Sir Anthony i Q fyy j p Death morning at Today hes behind bars again Burkett following his release at Rockview drove froru Blairsville last evening after making a stop herb The car wasnt his though It was owned by William J DoSalle 147 Ran som who had parked it on East Market St By the time Burkett reached his home town police were wait ing to mako the arrest They werent as concerned about the stolen car as they were two sideswipe accidents in volving a hitrun driver on Route 22 in the vicinity of Murrysville Burkett police said was the hitrun driver in both director of Pennsylvania State Universitys local government in stitute said obsolete zoning ord inances and negativecommunity attitudes toward industrial facili 4 Col 2 Gasoline Leaks Into Town Sewers Pa AP Po lice and firemen continued efforts today to pinpoint the source of gasoline which has leaked into the communitys system Its a serious said Fire Chief F J Hearing He said special meters showed one downtown sewer outlet to be Dulles A war By MacmiHan LONDON Secretary of State Dulles and agree the West is opposed to the Soviet Unions proposals Berlin and Germany but Afinal policy awaits a scouting mission to Moscow by British Prime Min ister Macinillan Macmillan was expected to an nounce today in the House of Com mons that he is accepting a long standing invitation Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev for personal talks inthe Soviet capi tal The British Prime Ministers wittiin three weeks the approval or both Dulles and President liable sources Eisenhower re said Macmillan Ike Declines Nikita Invitation overnight into THOMASVILLE Ga AP i outlet to wash the fuel away resident Eisenhowers vacation The right combination of was reported to have assurred Dulles that he has nointention of making any private agreement with Khrushchev Wellinformed d f p 1 o m a t J a if better physicaHoca j particularly the future of wen it residential neiiment on soviet Premier Nikitahave serious V71 I llri 1 He many ties are threatening the states economic growth Industry is the unfortunate vic tim of a vague communitywideipresident belief that if tions are given ghborhood values seid Sigafoos Too often the theSoviet Vrtao Businessmen noted the odor Ui est jquality land has been reserved James c Hagerty White Houselfumes yesterday touching off j ipress secretary told a news for the He urged communities or their j ference that tne President had Two storage tanks of a service weiiinmimt agencies about news along Brighton St were oa tne Khrushchev proipumped out under air pressure i areas andposal n a sptech to 2lst said the pressure rej districts rnaymunjst party congress mained constantly eliminatingi real potential for trausi He ljed No not as verjthe tanks as the possible tion intoindustrial whea the He said storage tanks of a in tip coal tields Sigafoos extended any formal wnt service station across the acci mtmvy 1S needed to backfili invitation street would be checked on the level culm deposits as a first j step toward t parks sources said Macmillan looks highly explosive from a heavy concentration of gasoline A Projected trip as recon 0 naisance to feel out the Soviet basic attitude to East and West Dulles arrived from Washington Heurgbd Development that Lloyd the first in to Jjeep a Soviet to drive the Western American secretary tonight and to Bonn for week end then returns to moving swiftly to Set creating her Eden pay a return visit to the i See 4 Col 6 ClueS Inside The Gazette DEFEATS 1RW1N Pa tqrs of the slaying of 15yearold Cordon of Shavvtown are awaiting results of tesis on three possible clues State Police Sgt William J industrial I Allstate battery 2 yr guar Only ex Sears Roebuck Co Eagles Party tonite Thurs tixi See 4 Col Moves Toward Final Senate Demos Defeat Attempts To Cut Housing Bill 1 Nixon night the injury was paining him But he joked about i ii and had such thoughtful from his daughters Patricia 12 and Julie 9 He said they carefully helped him with his coat and performed many other tasks for him when be came home Wednesday night C oi C 0UT1CAI ACTIVITY said he had never before A program for tlit Chamber or Coinyierce is the topic such thoughtful treatment vi 1ctcl coluwu on page U tuduy Other Features Dance Frj Feb 6 Holiday Ian poal Run Music by 147x state laboratory in Harrisburg Being studied are strands But Demacratic leaders acceptj Administration The ideais to atf Rejected 5037 a GOP move to the Change in the expressedtract more lenders noney for the eliminate the new pubite Ihope it would make the measure program The same provision ishousing it moved toward Senate palatable to President Eii in the Senate bill over units from the bill tioi today senhower and it was adopted by Halving of the direct loan proDemocrats and 34 ram in the Senate bill cut its Further efforts both to increase voice vote clothingrpund on a barbed wire and K decrease the bills size lay The House meantinv voted 3101 total to for a variety icuce near a small stream but Sen John Spark man 89 ou a separate bill to provide pf programs most of them ftarcias body was author of the full 300 millions for direct Glitending for a period of Saturday night and an automobilepredicted were for this it Iluslutss Mirror tuiuict i WEATHCU FORECAST Cloudy aud told witli occasional snow flurries tonight Friday Low luiiigbt o to 14 High Friday 13 to 22 isn u s votes of 43 Democrats ao4 7 publicans The bill its passiiage withoutloans despite protest from RepJ years jfor SliAni loor mat and a pair of change v jLharleb Halleck GOPj Earlier votes theSoswal 10 ui the vicinity The only change made in the leader that budget busters arej Senate stantiaj funds ftjrn or investigators h a sibill Wednesday cut 150 million do1 on Uie Defeated 5832 a tones 9x4 It also roeete and A team been working 18 hours a daylars off the program of direct The House bill limited to vstjRepublican substitute bUl checking out leads and questionj government home loaus for veteraus housing also would injfjiemocfats iad 25 uigscores of persons But tlieyierans halving the 300 millions the crease the maximum interest rate supported tUj substitwAe 51 have not singled out any suspects Senate Banking Committee had from 4a4 to per cent on homeiocrats and 7 Republicans opposed eti i voted I loans guaranteed by the Veterans U