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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY I An Indian County Swvn Every Member ot the Family anybody who fa ft fat right to worry about EDITION THREATEHE Join n CD Alert Officials Satisfied With Test Indiana County Civil De fense director G W Marbach expressed satisfaction this af ternoon at the countys role in todays test alert Officials termed the tes as one of the best weve ever had Although communications were an important part of the test today other agencies o the county CD organization joined in the air raid In Clymer and Rayne Township the fire departments conductet simulated fire and rescue drills during the test Deputy County CD director Mrs Francis S Helman was also en gaged in directing evacuation and feeding activities in Rayne Town ship Civil Defense componets from Buffington wnship were called at pirn to assist with the emergency in the Ernest area Mrs Helman said the test was to include the securing of a new smergency source tn aMfJon the county Civil De fense radio communication systejn was used to direct the alert activi ties 1C Fire departments throughout the county were notified of the test over the radio net and seven nobile units kept in contact with CD headquarters throughout the afternoon Director Marbach expressed ap reciation to the telephone system or assisting with the transmission of the alert to many areas of the county ttia Part of thetest included a fall Sen John Marshall Butler FUMd gave this account of out a bomb dropped near aslros meeting with the Senate Foreign Relations covering the southern 1 mittee i Portion of the county It was for Ithls reason that area CD emerg uistro paid an unheralded visit ency crews were called to the to the Capitol for an informal leafltag BABE IN Af Castio army to victory in Cuba looks equally at home with a baby In his arras The Cuban prime minister took a walk late yesterday in Washington D C and somewhere along the line he made friends with ISrnonthspld Sherry Hayes is equally pleased withher position in theworlcj at the moment AP Wirephoto Fidel Tells Senators i Commies Out If WASHINGTON AP Cuban Premier Fidel Castrd quoted as telling U S senators today that communism Iocs not have a chance in Cuba if Castro can feed his people O T 1 1 11 i i Pittsburgh Claims Brothers I PITTSBURGH AP Three ill brothers suffocated in an rtment fire Thursday Police Marshall told newsmen that Cas the youngsters closed meeting with committee members and other lawmakers Butler first to leave the com mittee room said other senators were still questioning Castro but that no one had yet raised the subject of the wave of executions that followed the Castro rebels victory barred their rescue by shut a door which eked I Precious seconds were lost as a feighbor had to take time to kick bwn the locked door of the sec lid floor apartment Then he was Vced back by the tremendous pat and smoke which had filled Ie flat passerby and Superintendent Police James Slusser went to rear of the two story frame nise and climbed to the second or bedroom where the children bd taken refuge pulled unconscious from the wilding the youngsters were tad on arrival Pittsburgh Dspital They were Norvalle 3 larles 2 and Vincent 1 the ilctren of Mrs Marlene Jones jlrs Jones who was not home the time said she had asked a Jighbor Mrs Ester Perkins 77 look in on the children while rs Jones went to pay a bill Irs Perkins saj4 later Uie door d been slammed shut The flames swept the upper or of the building causing dam estimated by firemen at The cause was not deter lined I 2 Col 3 lewsmenSaid IponqinqOnUS 1 WASHINGTON CAP Rep re E Hoffman RMich told House Monday that newsmen sponging on Uncle Sam using government typewriters lss and chairs in the congres Sal press galleries in rePly to questions had 1 He does not contemplate the confiscation of American interests in confiscation of prop See 2 Col 6 Manslaughter In Car Death PITTSBURGH Alle gheny County grand jury has in dicted on an involuntary man slaughter charge the driver of an auto which Daniel Cook 66 oi Mercer on Feb 16 Held Thursday for trial was Lonzo C Gardner 26 of Donora Washington County Police sajd Gardners emergency facilities to handle the people supposedly evacuating the southern Indiana County area Boy Scouts were called at to help in the search for children reportedly lost makebelieve in the Ernest area Government agencies and ice organizations were on the alert throughout the afternoon as a part of the test Drector Marbach ordered the communications center to be pper ative until 4 Voodoo Races To New Record LAS VEGAS Nev Mc Donnell RF101 Voodoo the worlds fastest photo reconnais sance aircraft streaked to its fifth speed record Wednesday Piloted by Air Force Capt George A Edwards the plane roared over a triangular 500kilo meter course at The world record was announced by the Tactical Air Command at autothe World Congress of Flight PRISON RIOT of flame a Iftjpr IRBM leaves launching paM berg Air Force Base yesterday an a finng by a of British Royal Air Force men It marked the completion of their training in the firingof intermediate range Wjrephoto Held For Mufdar 9 vSESNwBVRG Police have charged a 9yearold Westmoreland County youth with murder in the shooting of Constable John Henry Harensky last Nov adCuart of the state police troop Yukon admitted the shooting Thursday Capt Maroney said Dermota IngridAsks Back Cash11 ROME AP Actress Ingrid lergman asked a Rome court to ay to order her former husband Roberto Rossellini to pay her to support their actress also petj struck Cook a pedestrian after The previous record was colliding with another car nearby Elizabeth Twp in over a similar course in July 1955 by a Navy A4D1 fighter Inside The Gazette CASTRO A QUESTION Fidel Castro remains as a big question mark to the United States See Peter Edsons column on page 6 LITTLE INDIANS WIN Indiana High School won their baseball opener yesterday This and other sports on pages 14 and 15 monthly hree children The Swedish oned the court to order Rossel ni to pay for support of ie children from the time she nd Rossellini separated in No ember 1957 Lars Swedish business lan made the request through er attorney Neither she nor Ros ellini an Italian film director ttended the hearing Both are in aris Rosselljnis attorney advised the ourt he would fight the action granted custody of the three children Robertino 9 and 6yearold twin girls Ingrid Isabella and Isotta AUddlnt Lamp Minor Church Other Features 3 Crouv ordi 1811 44 Notei g SpwU TVBtdio u Lad Injured In Accident Sevenyearold William Love Herter OK Physically For Job WASHINGTON AP Christian A Herter appar ently has cleared the last lurdle standing in the way of lis appointment as new sec of state A specially selected doctor s understood to have found hat Herters sometimes pain ful arthritis of the hips will not interfere with his being an active foreign policy chief Herter has long been considered the No 1 prospect tc succeed the ailing John Foster Dulles But President Eisenhower is reportec to have requested a confidentia medical checkup of Herter by a neutral physician before mak ng any appointment Dr Theodore B Bayles Her ers personal physician already md expressed firm confidence hat Herter would be fully capa ble of shouldering suqh duties But Eisenhower apparently wanted an impartial verdict so hat he could assure the American jeople that Herter who frequently ms been photographed leaning on his metal arm crutches had a clean bill of health At Eisenhowers vacation head quarters in Augusta press secretary James C Hagerty dis closed that Eisenhower and Dulles conferred by telephone again to day For the third time in as many daysHagerty said they discussed section of a successor to Dulles Hagerty shed any light oh when a succes sor be announced He again dia nothing to discourage the pre EisenhOwer will choose whether Herter who is dictions Herter Asked spending the weekend in South Carolina would come to Augusta p see Eisenhower Hagerty shot jack How would I know Accompanied by his wife Herter eft quietly by train for a week pnd rest at a family farm outside Charleston Area Mans Slayer Gets if e Term RATON N M jury of even1 women and five men Thurs ay night found Woodrow Hines 5 Bowling Green guilty of irst degree murder and Hines as sentenced to life imprison icnt Hines was found guilty of rhur er in the beating death of 50 earold Perry Peter DeSalle of lairsville whose body was ound on a lonely road pringer last November A codefendant of Hines 36 earold David Peterson of Spo ane was also found guilty nd sentenced to life imprison lent at an earlier trial here in anuary The two were arrested in Idaho at Payette and Hines ater at Boiseafter the two had had been under investigationfo r the past month He was arrested Wednesday Harensky 56 was shot to death in Trozzos Feed Store in Her minie while investigating an at tempted burglary Maroney said Dermota broke down and admitted the shooting after he was taken to Pittsburgh for a lie detector test Police also said that only last Friday Dermotas 51 year old father John committed suicide by drowning himself in the Y u k o n Reservoir The father shortly be fore had confided to a friend that his son was in bad ac cording to police Police said Dermota told them n ai me two naa c iu mtwcu 2SJ I the murdered mans car to City on a regularly scheduled flight It was described as a C46 The plane crashed about 50 miles from Hermosillo in the west coast state of Sonora PAGED Gov J Hugo Aron son has been asked by rioting Montana prisoners to talk with them Warden Frank Powell was held hostage at the Deer Lodge prison AP Wirephoto Indian a RD Woman Hurt In Car Crash See Photo Page Two Miss Ruby Pierce 24 Indiana RD 1 is listed condition today in the Indiana Hospital with injuries she suffered last night in a onecar accident near here According to the officials at the Miss Pierce juried to fyev chest andfc possible accident 21 Cly trier 1 passenger in the Pierce car was treated for a lac eration of the left leg at the hos pital and released State Police report the accident occurred about a mile and a half east of Indiana on Route 422 about last night The car operated by Miss Pierce apparently went off the left side of the road and in an at tempt to come back on the pave ment went out of control and smashed through the guard rail sideways overturning as it went down ah embankment Police report the car was a total OSS The car came to rest against a billboard sign and some trees 16 Reported Dead In Air Crash p m MEXICO CITY Tigres Wadores airliner crashed near Puerto Kino on the Gulf of Cali today First reports said all 16 persons aboard were killed Among them was the owner of he airline Jose Lopez Enriquez Whether any foreigners were aboard was not immediately ermined One passenger was list ed as Helen Voilais The plane was route from Mexicali to when state someone hollered at me and told me to take my hands out of my See 2 Col 1 Dance Sat 18th In diana Music by the Blair Combo 208xB Hostages Held In Montana p tn DEER LODGE Mont AP riot leaders at the Montana prison told news men Friday they are holding 23 hostages including some stool Heretofore the hostages lave been numbered at 18 all said to be prison guards Keith Fuller of The Associated Press one of three men invited to talk with the convict spokes men said they did not learn how many were guards and how many were stool This apparently referred to fel low convicts seized by the rioters Fuller said under terms of an agreement with the convicts the newsmens discussions would not be made public Fuller chief of bureau for the AP at Denver said the prisoners told of their complaints on the promise nothing would be pub licized unless and until they re leased the DEER LODGE Mont AP The lives of 18 hostages dangled in balance today while Montana prison officials bargained with rioting convicts The prisoners have killed a deputy warden and stabbed a guard The rebels released one hostage Walter Jones 24 prison psycholo gist for an eightminute talk with newsmen He said guards among back little thing will set it Jones said the convtels threat ened to kill the if See PrisonenhPage Col 4 Guardsmen Mobilized For Strike WHITESBURG Ky A B Chandler today mobilized National Guardsmen for pos sible duty in eastern Kentuckys struck coal fields after anothei man was killed Chandler ordered Maj Gen J J B Williams to survey areas hit by the United Mine Workers Union strike then decide if guards men are needed to maintain order The mobilization was touched off by a gun battle Thursday night that killed James Otis Adams 41 and wounded another man Three JMW members were arrested la ter on murder charges Before Chandlers announce ment Carson Hibbitts president of UMW Dist 30 notified him the union was discarding the peace pact signed by both sides last week I am convinced the operators did not act in good Hib bitts told the governor The pact stipulated that neither side was to bear arms and that picketing was to be limited and eaceful Chandler told newsmen at a Frankfort press conference that possibly I should have acted sooner These useless killings do not help Dance tonight Hotel Homer Mu sic by The Quintones 207x May Set Stage For son of Mr and Mrs James Love i President Nixon will visit Moscow By JOHN M HIGHTOWER would meet with Premier Nikita WASHINGTON AP Vice Khrushchev 25 South fair 15th is listed in in late Julv condition in the Indiana with hgh Soviet expected officials talks nay n Hospital after being struck by a i help to set the stage for a sum car at this morning Hospital officials report the youth received an injury to his head when he apparently ran his bicycle into the path of an auto mobile in the 1400 block of Church WEATHER Rather cloudy and mild tonight Low in lower 40s Saturday cloudy wmdy and warm with a few showers likely and thundeiBhowers High 67 to72 St Indiana Borough Police the youth was struck by niit conference His designation by President Ei senhower to make the trip also could promote Nixons chances for the Republican presidential nom ination next year A White House announcement reportat Augusta said Nixon will a car i make the trio to open an Ameri operated by Robert E Grove 30 j can exhibition n Moscow July 25 47 South 15th traveling east No other details were given but on Oiusch St I djplomatjc officials were sure he The sixweek is de signed to show Soviet citizens how Americans live The Soviets will stage a similar exhibition in New York City Eisenhower said in a statement that the purpose of the exhibition is to develop broader understand ing between the American and So viet kind of mutual understanding upon which our peaceful future If Nixon demonstrates a capac ity to deal effectively with Soviet leaders it could give him a boost in bis unannounced Quest for the presidency in I960 At a minimum it will focus attention on him in the months leading up to selection of the Republican nominee Internationally the trip means a new round of highlevel con tacts following up the January visit here of Soviet Deputy Pre mier Anastas I Mikoyan Presumably one of Nixons PUTT poses will be to demonstrate to the Soviet peoples a friendly American interest in them He is expected to emphasize a United States desire for better relations Nixon now plans to remain in Moscow three or Jour dayi He seems assured of red carpet treatment His time la the country might be extended Presumably alb he may visit other capitals His trip is timed to fall between the scheduled Big Fourforeign ministers meeting at Geneva aid a probable summit conference w late summer to August He will have an opportunity to dis cuss pending df tba siwunit official to Union in aiaay Marshall tiwe nunistftrt HVPftliM 1M QWTO Austrian problems fe IS47   

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