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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Indiana County Newapapar That Serves Every Member of the Family In west top many wattle sitck to their gms theyre MM out of ammtmittim City EDITION Volume 153 Pages Indiana Pennsylvania February 13 1959 Two Sections Seven Cents Commies Rightists Watched CARACAS Venezuela Roinulu Bdtancouvt was inaugurated today as the first freely elected president of Venezuela in a decade He pledged a government dedi cated to honesty democracy and economic developments Troops were deployed to put down any demonstrations by followers of ousted dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez mother political foes of the 50j yearold moderate leflist But the short and simple cere1 mony passed without Betancourt wept as he heard an old comrade in their Democratic Action party Raul Leoni recall j the suffering and death of party1 s members in the jails and concen tration camps ofPerez Betancourt himself spent 10 years in exile Betancourt took the oath before a select crowd of 500 invited per sons including diplomats from 41 countries Feared hostile demonstrations never came off Instead crowds i lining the streets behind the troops j cheered and applauded as Betani court rode by preceded by two armored cars Intelligence agents safd the op position planned street disorders u ring the inauguration with dressed in black to block traffic around the Capitol while demonstrators denounced the president The newspaper Pregon said free liquor was distributed in a big working class neighborhood to get gangs of youths drunk so they would roam thu streets and cause trouble A demonstration reportedly ar wranged for midnight in the central j El Silencio district of Caracas did not come off however in i the area were practically desert ed The district was the site of See 2 Col 6 J DULLES s Keep Guard OPERATION Draft Plan To Unify Germany WASHINGTON AP Western leaders expect to draft within the next month Xyxtllxochltl a new formula for German reunification They hope it may promote serious negotia tions with the Soviet Union for uojting East and West Germany Xarles X Xyztilxochitl PHOENIX Ariz m Theres one thing the new orderly at the county hospital In Phoenix can j count on his coworkers will hang a nickname on him An Aztec Indian from Brad ford his name is Xarles X At Walter Reed Army Hospital i WASHINGTON AP jSecretary of State John Fos Iter Dulles today underwent a successful operation for hernia I State Department press j chief Lincoln While announ iced the surgery was success ful and Dulles immediate j postoperative condition was quite satisfactory White said tissue and fluid were removed during the operation for microscopical Such an examination would be to determine whether there was a cancerous condition White said Dulles was on the operating table less than an hour could be taken to bring the two rami Ronald A Johnston incumbent1 Whitesannouncement to news Germanies closer together fell overnight in the flooded County prothonotary andmen was made at the Armys bash valley but rams of half an r f f Q I Ix Q I fl S i 106 The shape of the formula is still to be determined but it is ex Q RONALD A JOHNSTON i seeking reelection Ron Johnston pected to push the Western re quest for free allGerman dec TFRRF HAtmv TnH tions somewhat into the Hie twin threat of weekend rams a unpredictable ice jam Many experts now believe that heightened the Wabash River A nn c the unifying process could go onflood peril rolling down today Ul I UCb Tor as much as two years before warri a sandbagging army of 2QQ 1 nationwide elections were held In at West Terre Haute in west cenCa H H I H AT M the meantime practical steps in Indiana I 7 the economic political field Only fractional amounts of ram Diplomatic informants said to day that the United States Brit inch to two inches were forecast lor Indiana over the weekend he wil1 be a candidate Clerk of Courts announced today IWalter Reed Medical Center The operation was performed there by on the the hospital commandant Maj are bv two maintacticil Gov Harold W Handles RtPllblcai1 ticket at the primary Gen Leonard D considerations in the wholesale fid flllther from election in May j white indicated no word had review of their German policies R await He js presently serving his first1 come from the doctors on the re See 2 Col 4 Vi before any decision is made and clerk suits of the examination of tissues j whether to dynamite an eightof courts and fluids mile ice jam in the i east of Delphi in north s a Indiana His announcement said High School and Ohio Northern VA successful left inguinal Senate Prpbe Centers On Phony Unions J WASHINGTON AP Senate j probers called 10 more persons j today for questioning about j charges that New York mobsters use phony labor unions to exact tribute from the jukeboxcoin ma chine industry Robert F Kennedy laborman1 Qagcment committee counsel said Alex Cohen whom he described as a powerful figure among labor unionists dealing with coin mai chine operators would get a chance to answer testimony linkj Ing Cohens name with gangsters j James Cagiano of Flushing a former associate of Cohen in labor unions testified Thursday that Cohen used to receive phone calls from John Dioguardi John iy Dio and from tony Ducks Corallo Kennedy said Albert Denver head of a trade organization known as Music Operators of New York and Sylvia Gold berg a former labor union em See 2 Col 2 ORCHESTRAFESTIVAL REHEARSALLawrcnce Indiana State TeachersCollege and two of the 80 students participating in the Central UVstenv Distrteftorehesirjr Festival sire in rehearsal at Dayton Joint High School The students fire Dave Glass filairsvillev and Roof Marion Center Mr Stiff is guest conductor for the threeday event which includes a concert tomorrow night Secpage 13 for photoamt complete details photo by SipotO Jap Cabinet Approves Koreans Return Home Dog Dropped For v and four feet high Were removed for microscopical MONROE La The hundred National him 15 Of IvA See At WalterPage 2 CoJ 1 Hans Fredericks was enrolled men ordered in Thursday as County efficiently ExCanadian By JOHN RODERICK TOKYO agreed today to let povertyimissions examined the registrai little damage stricken Koreans here go to Communist North Korea in detion card furtherUnder special The over w i fiursiJsy HIV two weeks ago as a genera Ibust core of a sandbagging Vrew arli ness student at Mortheast State reinforced with 30prisoners from A veteran of World War II hei College here the state penal farm at Putnamis married andthe father of 1 A number of things tripped upville and volunteers for a total ofi children He is a native of his continued enrollment 200 The suburb has a populationsidel Johnston is an active mem 1 most obvious was that his regisof jber of the Indiana County Young1 jtration forms were not in A projected sixfoot height for Republicans i order his admission fee was not Hie dike was expected to hold paid and the certificate from the 24foot Wabash river j JLJt IPN high school principal required uni crest predicted for Terre YY ODD I6S der Louisianas segregation stat1 Saturday It 15 expected to spread utes could not be found out in the broad valley Tjejowj Dr Clint Hanna director of adTerre Haute with comparatively j n I C I i Red Sabotage fiance o fa South Korean government warning that iwould resist the transfer with every power at its The deepening crisis threatened to create new was out of its banks talents and hobbies were listed as far downstream as Vincennes iin the SARNIA Ont former118 Royal Canadian AyForce ferry pilot said today his Sabre Jet and three others were almost diverted into a North Atlantic grave years ago by a radio signal ap parently coming from a Soviet ship The report has been circulating in Canada for several days De me deepening crisis threatened to create new divisions Club affiliations M veen the firmest friends the United States has Northeast Student he Far East Both governments held hurried consultaiyears honorary member Feline American representatives in Tokyo and of America president of Savings Hes Leaving Yankees Discovery LONDON A Soviet histo rian says Christopher Columbus didnt discover America bjtt he doesnt claim a Russiandid Moscow radio said the histori ans study of ancient documents showed that Columbus already BEVERLY HILLS Calif the position of Del Webb is considering endsoume ing his part ownership of the New hen York Yankees to join Walter OMalley in ownership of the Los e aboard the SaiUa on hls famous m A There seemed little or no One so far O I i Veibal baStS imPIied renumbered the name from a lo Y ICTim Oil 11 threats from South Korea wouldcal feature story about three blow up into a shooting conflict earlier The story told how Said Serious But lhere wasa dangerof a breakFritz swani Bayou Desiard From Floods j PITTSBURGH AP Army flood The U S Angeles Dodgers a New York sports columnist said todEfy Somebody the Soviet conclud ed must have visited those places to put them on the map Webb promptly denied it He also has been dear said he is staying with thejthat the best course toward these Yankees Frank Graham said in his col umn in the New York Journal lands was known to Moscow told listeners on its home service Government LEW1SBURG Pa AP government capped its case against Rep William J Green and six other defendants Thursday with testimony from FBI agents about an alleged 000 political John W Reinhard an FBI agent from Clarks Summit said he told by John p GiHboy me 01 the defendants that Green aski ed Qilboy to obtain a political con tribution from another defendant i plumbing contractor Frederick Rdff of Hartford Conn j Gilboy was a member of thei engineerarchitect firm which had overall supervision of construej tion al the IMmillion dollar Toby hanna Army Signal Corps Green Gilboy and the others are1 phargcd with conspiracy to cle J fraud the government in building the northeastern Pennsylvania in James K Scheeren 35yearold Se 2 iense Minister George architect injured in an told a questioner in the House of auto accident Monday night is D Commons Thursday he was unstill considered serious bv In DOV S Miana officials but is After TWO fhe pilot Kenneth V Hagarty Xl lc WVJ of Sarnia said in an interview hejsaid to be was at the controls of one of the llle wtupants of the other car planes following a radio beam into involved in the same accident Kinloss Scotland wljen a newDavid wLee 9 Dixonville and in economic relations aiid in and Renerally fnf run Of lomatic negotiations going on camlnis as unofhcial school Col 1 i mascot j Prof Wilbur Lee Perkins head of the commerce department called Fritz name in class the first day and was told Fritz was I hit by a car and couldnt attend was true that he had been ixciuuuns ueiwccu Thr research was carriei J closer in the past two or three j pedagogSr Institute idei 11 e byears The belief is that OMalleyjonly as Superny Actual damage e s t i m a totaled million dollars dream up a potentiai goid engineers said Thursday a jn Los Angeles but that reservoir on the SheWebb pointed it out to River would have cut most Graham said Webb is consider1 of the estimated damjng the move because his other age at Sharon and the interests lie in Califorl BELLEFONTE Pa AP A bumped by a car but at New Casle Arizona and Nevada and it identified Superny made a detailed study documents in broadcast said The theory he advanced before the Geographical Socie twoday search for a 5yearold hurl rten pupil swept and stronger radio signal was stiilviiss M DZuboy 18 S on the beam tord are both listed The signal cume ent direction he said and nearly er City at 1 sent the whole flight Taft Smith accounting discovery of his instructor complaining of exces Flood control project on the be reasonable for Webb French Creek would have preshift hk names of vented some Clwk of dropped Fritz from at u these navigators Frankie must be running short known un i litsignal cume rrom a aitteri me acciaent occurred near Horn Search c 1 f 1 HI u Damage ent direction he said and nearly er City at Feb H body goa lmk lx the vjdn sent the whole flight winging j John 10yearold island nearly five miles Fritz still has the run of the See ExCanadianPge 2 6 ionville youth burned when fire defrom where he disappeared Tuescampus excepting the cafeteria lausoJ a isiroyed the residence Jan day after falling into a rainswol and he is somewhat better known tc lhe Ne Dame Clymer Legion Fri feb reported today as impiovlen gutter near his Bellefonte School officials hadnt solved the U Music by Sunset Serenades mg home of who enmlhH him and were estimated atwas Webbs comment Nothing 8 Colin bus erased the Atlantic arm KinMngton ana mystery of who enrolled him FirstTime In Eleven Years Mom ot Zavada Quads To Relax The indictment Green accuses him of receiving 1rom Rait for help in obtaining anti fulfilling construction con at the depot Raff had a contruit The Outisde Inu Full course Southern Fried hicken dinner Saturday and LATROBE Pa is one year Im going to sit back and suid Mrs Barbara If she does it will be the first lime shes managed to relax on a If since II years ago when her quadruplets were born Well have alittle cake but no big she said Justj the taniily 1 imagine tlie officers of the Greek Catholic Union will be over Everything is nui nial said Mrs Zavada It was back in 1948 when the girls and a were bum at Latiobe Advance preparations had been made and several doctors in attendance when the quads ar rived two m o n t h s ahead of schedule All were delivered by Caesarian sictioif in a fiveminute period John Michael weighed pounds Anna Mary Mi pounds Barbara Rose pounds and Bcrnadtiit an even 3 pounds Hie quads are now in tilth grade at St parochial school here All have blonde hair and blue eyes The girls resemble each other so much that the Za vadas have trouble telling them apart If they are at a distance 1 can tell them by their Mrs Zavada said If they a r e together we can tell by slight dif ferences in their The girls identical clothes although they recently tried dress ing differently That didnt said their mother Theyve gone buck to wearing the same clothes now Theyre so used to wearing the same things its liard to The quads father Andrew Za vada is an inspector and packer at the Latrobe Die Casting Co A few weeks alter the quads birth he moved the family out of a 5room house into a 9room home They still live there The quads have a stepbrother and a youngster sister Harold D McBryar born of Mrs Zava das first marriage will be 1U next month Frances will be nine in June Mrs a v a d a said the quad ruplets dont attract too much at tertiou in the community any more People are used to seeing she explained Every thing is Rocket Squad Agents In City PITTSBURGH repre sentative of the Justice special racket squad is in Pittsj burgh reportedly to learn what position Western Pennsylvania j racketeers hold in the national crime picture Marvin Segal conferred w i t h U S Any Hubert I Teitelbaum Thursday concerning local ets said he was cor relating Segals information with his Sfgul said his work had no con ncction with the Senate committee now questioning Pittsburgh area witnesses i in New The writer said also that Webb is reported interested in later lur ing an American League club to following the latitude of the Ca nary Islands because his See 2 Col 2 The Outisde Inn Full course Southern F r J e d Los Angeles and sharing the Dodchicken dinner Saturday and gers ravine on a rental basis Sunday Inside The Gazette COUNTY CAGE Tonights the night of the cage activity for Indiana County schools Be certain to read about events on spoits pages 14 and Li NEWS OF THE News of cliurchos in Indiana County is featured on weekly ihurcli puge Soe page 5 Regular listing oi chutchcs 11 on page 4 Other Feafyres Euglc Members Valentine Dance Sat Feb Hth i Music by Johnny Douglas 1ft Milfur Iru iliurcb News 45 EdilurUI 18 U Indiana Roller Rink Annual Matching Valentine Contest Satur iday Cloudy and cooler tonight of some raitt ljfw H LU Jj Sauncla cloudy aud niUd Wgft Iff   

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