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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                m TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every the Family 1 Some Women were long tatore some watches Volume 264 Wednesday JuKfc 24 EDITION House Today I keOpposed State Rights Measure OKd House today passed a states bill strongly opposedvby the Eisenhower administra1 tion Republicans voted heavily for it along with Southern Democrats call for passage was 225192 The bill would in effect reverse a series of Supreme Court decisions by providingthat federal laws do not auto matically take over from state enactments in the same field It now goes to an uncertain fate in the Senate which let L Housepassed bill die last year A signal that the Republican Southern Democratic coalition was in control came earlier in the day with rejection of a key amendment sought by opponents of the bill Republican ranks were almost solid in that standing vote House OKs Lower Voting Age Bi POLICIES Expect Quick Approval By State Senate HARRISBURG Q uads Born To Couple lit New York NEW YORK a8ainst a proposal to i untilV rtmxr riilfk rtnltr lotifn Pennsylvania under a pro posed constitutional amend ment passed by the House on Tuesday night Sen James S Berger Re publican floor leader said prospects of passage were ex cellent in the GOPcontrolled Senate since the measure was in the Republican campaign platform of 1958 The House vote was 18714 There wasnt a word of de negotiators entered the big bate If approved by the i j i i Senate the question will p enod pear as a referendum quesjThey ave talked without tion in the Nov 3 general complishing anything for1 boys and a today to a 26yearold Brook lyn woman in the Public Health Service Hospital at Clifton Staten Island The children are the first for Alex 30 and Bessie Kajouras of Brooklyn The father a Columbia College graduate class of 1958 has just completed his first year at Columbia Law During the school year he drives a taxi cab at night During this summer he is driving a truck The babies were born between and Only the largest a boy was weighed He weighed 4 pounds ounces The babies were described as Mrs Kajourasshad been in the apply the new ruleonly to laws passed in the future I am happy to see the entire phalanx of Republicans rushing to the aid of their attorney Rep Emanuel Celler DNY said ironically at that point That was a reference to state ments by the Department of Jus tice that the bill should 6e defeat ed because it would create confu sion over laws in a wide variety of fields such as transportation food and drugs labor manage ment and utilities Opponents charged that the bill really was aimed at federal civil rights and labor laws Proponents insisted they were only seeking to right what they called an imbalance of powers be hospital sincei June 1 under the r care of Dr Robert S Dawson tween the judiciary and the chief of the obstetrical section It Lli was known she would give birth to four The hospital is operated by the federal w government for certain the the lative branch and between federal government and states Issues of communism and sub version also generated much the heat under the employes but ijther pathe heat under tthe legislation tHnts admftrfy for special epeatedly Study Kajouras was admitj Supreme Court decision freeing tqd because of specials medical Steve Nelson who had beem con BuyanlSeir Period In Steel Talks NEW YORK AP election House speaker H G Andrews to do business if a iujy 1 D Cambria at 82 the oldest strike is to be avoided H member of the House was among those who opposed the Ane steel talks are This constituency persons from stalemate Neither side has 18 through by its eccentricimade any concessions But ties and youthful immaturities with the strike date rapidly has created many traffic probapproaching the Steelwork 1ems and juvenile ers Union and industry were J interview They beginning to do a bit of quiet he need abit more seasoning before they should deal with affairs of The Committee on Constitution al Revision recently failed to re commend giving the vote to 18 year olds The House also voted to allow governors to be elected to two con secutive terms The vote was 126 66 Rep Edwin Tompkins assis tant Republican floor leader said See 4 Col 1 List Expanses y aspects of her casev the new father Ive been sweating this visited under a Pennsylvaniasedi tfon law on the the federal antisubversive law had i vc UcclJ SiVcttlHlg IfHo out so long Im 56 gladits overjpreempted the field that my wife is fine and the babies Kajouras said fie believed the babies would be named Leon Paul Michael and Anthea Mary Until she became pregnant Mrs had been attending the of General said he doubted if she would continue with her studies now Kajouras said he has a five room apartment but the rooms are very small fc Well manage he said Alert Son Helps Catch Dads Killer a YAKIMA Wash griev ing son en route to identify his murdered fathers body spotted the family car pass by at dusk Tuesday His alertness paid off A husky mental patient sought in the killing was in the slain mans car The manhunt ended in a road side clump of bushes near the mate HI million dollars central Washington town of Cle Elum where John Bernard Doyle Lawrence To Address Full Assembly HARRISBURG AP G o v Lawrence today asked the Gen eral Assembly for time to address a joint session of the House and Senate members on Monday Although there was no hint of the subject of Lawrences talk in his brief statement the governor is expected to talk to the lawmak ers about his stalled tax program The request from the governor came as Democratic leaders of the House issued new challenges to the Republican minority to quit playing politics and get to work on Lawrences request for some 200 million in new taxes J Dean Democratic chairman of the House appropria tions committee refuted state ments made last week by GOP Leaders Albert W Johnson that deficit estimates for the 195759 budget could be cut to 122 million dollars The administration esti A survey df expense accounts of the Mayprimary election filed in the office of the Indiana CQmmissioners shows that Walter JAWork apparently spent more money on his campaign tor GOP noniiuiation as County Treasurer than any otter candidate for any office in th county With but bne contested county wide office race the Democratic candidates needed to spend little to announce and promote their campaigns The county Republicans with a myriad of candidates for commis sioner treasurer sheriff auditor and district attorney found It nec essary to spend more money to get their name before the GOP voters In the GOP race for County Commissioner J W Everett lists expenses at Al DeGaetano H A Orr Frank Barkley and Carmen L Dick The following Democrat candid ates for County Commissioner list their expenses at less than Francis Harper H C McCormjck and Dee Miller In the contest for District torney GOP incumbent J Murray Buterbaugh listed campaign ex penses at and W Thomas Malcolm at See 4 Col 3 found in the car The capture came only hours after the body of Vivian Meagher 56 Se attle salesman was found shot and bludgeoned in desolate Johnson said that House and HnrH Work AM snate GOP leaders would To Health MD country here Doyle who escaped from North ern State Hospital June 9 was also wanted iri1 connection with the pistolwhipping of a student nurse in Seattle Monday night Frances Senate GOP leaders would meet i over the weekend and they hoped to have a final position on budget and taxes early next On Lawrences request for an appearance before a joint session 45 miles southwest of Johnson said hed be most hW 22 identified Doyle as the man who attacked her outside her apartment Police found a revolver and See Page 4 Col 8 Service Station Burqlarly Probed BLAIRSVILLE Police here re investigating an earlymorning py to hear what the governor has to say But the McKean County Repub BOSTON Paul Dudley White famed heart specialist says hard work whether physi cal or mental never killed healthy He also told meeting at Boston University seven weeks Now is the tilrie horsetrading R Cpnrad Cooper executive vice president of Steel Corp and top bargainer for the indus try saidSteelcompanies have re ceived no reasonable union offer worth considering President David J McDonald of the Steelworkers Union said the industry has made no moneyCof fers Both carefully guarded their comments tinder d common se crecy ban It seemed reasonable that at this stage of the game both had begun trading settlement of Copper aithqugh reluctant to talk about it have to stariv banking furnaces within a few days anticipating a July 1 strike contracts expire June BARRICADED PRISON WING Debris clutters the corridor 61 the U S Medical Center wing at Springfield where rioting inmates had barricaded themselves The rioters flooded the cor ridor federal guards stormed the wing subdued the inmates and releasedfive hostages AP Wirephoto Sift Remains Resort Fire For STALHEIlvI Norway and an identifi cation team sifting through the blackened ruins of the Stal there speculation that resort hotel today found three more bodies This i Jl LL 1 1 Y f 1 ring any settlement the union might agree to expend the current This was considered a bare but McDonald declined tocomment on it Second quarter steel profits statements are due in late July Reports indicated that the total number of dead find be lowered from25 to 23 One person listed as missing was not on the tour and police scaled down their by one and there has blen speculation that the union ma in a gesture of p tion and await th profits results Firstquarter pro delay a strike blic considera new industry its approached a record Second quarter state ments are expected to be even better The industry however has said it can do nothing that would cause inflation ill this steelmak ers have been encouraged by i President Eisenhower brought the number of dead after the disastrousTuesday fire to 10 At the scene of the fire work was progressing slowly police section still is smoulder ing holding up the search for bodies there A complete check of the ruins may take several days Careless smoking by a Nor wegian guide was suspected as a cause of the fire After questioning the guide was released but was told to keep the police informed of his where abouts Negligence is only a mis demeanor so there was no basis for holding the police spokesman said Investigators did not discount the possibility some of the missing may be found alive Many of the hotels 147 guests of them in the con fused hours after the fire leveled the stately old wooden building early Tuesday Seven bodies were found and 18 Royal Visit Thrills Many In Quebec QUEBEC was a big busy heartwarming day in Quebec foriQueen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip And Quebecs Frenchspeaking citizens are stilj thrilled today 17 were hospitalized nearby at after the royal puples visit to the charming old papital of French Canada Standing upright in a jeep and a holding a guardrajl Elizabeth inhere from Oslo to help the tour spected an infantry regiment of I which she is coloiel in chief Aboard the Britannia the royal couple received 400 newsmen and photographers who are cov persons were reported unac counted for officials said Anoth Voss but spokesmen at the hos pital indicated none were serious ly hurt Frozen Food Truck Spills Chicken Load BLAIRSVILLE A truck loaded with frozen chickens overturned two miles west of Blairsville early this morning spilling its contents over Route 22 according to State Police from the Greensburg Bar racks The refrigerated truck owned by Mandata Poultry Herdndon and operated by Daniel Fa drizo 36 Shamokin turned over when the drive shaft appar ently broke A wheel of the truck knocked off in the accident rolled down the highway and struck the R H Johnston Restaurant causing min or damage Damage to the truck was esti mated at Total damage in cluding the cargo was estimated at Police said the accident occurred U Embassy officials hurried about this a ering their tour then stood chatting host and hostess a to come in here and tell us to get moving on revenue Tuesday night that vigorous exparty sure he is going ercise and no weight gain after Thp h anH toll nc c X will our middle aged ueen and ibbery at the Gulf Service Sla tion on Route 22 north of the borough Police said the breakin occur red sometime after 2 today The burglars broke in through a back door an4 took from the cash register S H greso purchases Easy terras Wewelry oa all Rogers mi Inside The Gazette BOYLE Never know how much to tip Hal Boyle in his column on page 6 has all the answers on successful tipping ZBUR STILL Alex Zbur continues to lead the Greater County League batting See this other sports on pages 18 and 19 Other Feafwres AUddini Lamp Buoluen Mirror Comlci 34 i 26J7 Editorial 6 27 i 10 16 TbeatM FPREGAST cioudy and warm tonight and Thursday with scattered showers and tfeundeithoweu Low tonifW 55 to 64 tomorrow 78 Canada and easily like a any cocktail Philip were which will be remembered as of the most brilliant pageants in the long his tory of this ancientcity In a jampacked program that lasted 13 morning un many 8uests at a state See Page 4 Col I Eagles Party every Thursday r Gen Sees Beaver Violations HARRISBURG AP Gen Anne X Atty Richard Alper and Dist P Steward of Beaver County agreed today that the Beaver County highways sit uation warrants the considera tion of criminal Atty Gen Alpern said she dis cussed the state highway depart ment problem in Beaver County with Steward was agreed that the evidence warrants a consideration of crim inal action she said following the meeting The calling of a special grand jury was she added Neither Steward nor Miss Al pern mentioned any names in their statement on the meeting However they noted that the problem culminated in the dismissal of several people re Overwhelming Support Seen Aid In Talks WASHINGTON AP Senate leaders of both parties pledged support today to Sec retary of State Chirstian A Herter in his Berlin policies Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas told the Senate that the country is behind Herter in his firm stand against sacrificing the Freedom of the people of West Berlin in any agreement with the Soviets Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois said he was never so proud of our secretary of state as I was last night when Herter reported to the na tion on the Geneva conference He demonstrated forcefully that he deserves his Dirk sen said Sen Mike Mansfield of Mon tana assistant Democratic lead er said the statements of Johnson and Dirksen once again indicat ed to the world that Congress regardless of party is behind Sec retary Sen George D Aiken a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Con gress will back Herter to the hilt when negotiations are resumed at Geneva drew similar ex pressions of support from House members U S diplomats hoped the evi dence of solid congressional back ing in both parties would help im press in Communist minds the for a change in Moscows policy if there is ever to be a peaceful solution to the German risis Herter spoke grimly Tuesday night in reporting to the American Deople on the six weeks of dead ock at the Geneva foreign mini sters conference on Germany The negotiations recessed last Satur day until July 13 In a 15minute radioTV speech the American foreign affairs chief called on the Soviets to abandon their drive to add more than two million free West Berliners to the captive peoples of Eastern Eu This is the critical IB said If the Soviets do not lold to this annexationist design we should be able to reach agree ments on Berlin consistent with the honor and interest of all our See 4 Col 5 Sgt OMara Reassigned Sergeant Paul A OMara head In a statement Miss Alpern of the Indiana State Police sub nite and Steward said Atty Gen Alpern stated that all the facilities of the common wealth will cooperate with the district attorney If a special grand jury is called by the dis trict attorney the attorney gen erals staff will render all possible Wed tfx station has been transferred to New Kensington it was announc ed today by Captain J F Maroney commander of State Police Troop A in Greensburg Sgt OMara will be replaced by Sergeant Edwin V Gaffney now serving in Ebensburg The transfer is effective July 2 Quells Riot At Missouri That Gas Sure Did the Trick Says Guard After Prison Riot SPRINGFIELD Mo Philip touched off an explosion of systems big cen rence Montreal The meeting See 4 Col S Elks 7iTparty Wed lue Wed ttx You make one move and Illfor murder Warden Settle Warden S Chet oiitbii OCkliC W ttlUCIl O kill you right Taylor said We didnt really get scared unlTaylor from the federal peniten Rp f J uary at Leavenworth MyrI Be til after Warden Russei Set r 444 a Ind Co Young Rep meeting office censoring the prisoners linrc Tiino OS In the next few minutes Tayloritle came over and talked to the and 105 other prisoners in the He asked them what they North section of the hospital tookjwahted and no one knew Taylor Appleby and four other guards as j had no plan at all The whole thing was senseless He never had i w They just set out to stretch out are insane crimifices and medical chests and thing as long as they could ed up on tranquilizers and phenoUt made no difference to them if o clock is about all except anybody In 3 mi hostages All inals Monday night Appleby was sitting in a small Thurs nite June 25 8U at i headquarters 264x The 106 prisoners in the three v V lUi VV The riot leaders were identified buildings of the 10 North unit in as Taylor 31 serving 9 years for elude homosexuals and aggres 1 T tf tar ravlor a prisoner I violating the federal firearms act CoralGraceton Fire C party uS Am WK 1Q escape and theft Carl v y hand Appleby said Before I Roberts 19 serving years for ran i sive They tore up furniture medical cabinets and anything they could J serving years tor caomets and anvthme thev could Indiana Auto Body closed could realize what was up he hadcar theft and Bryan D Reed 24 Put their hands on to form bar tor vacation July 1st 31st 269x that knife under my throat ja military prisoner servina E Alexander assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons from Washington and Noah AU dredge captain of guards at the hospital worked out a plan of at tack They decided in Alldredges words that the hostages were ex In addition to Appleby they were guards Robert Rosen da hi 38 William L Fitch 45 Charles R Allen 48 and Melvin C Jung 57 They borrowed 100 gas marks from the Army at Ft Leonard Wood One hundred picked men from See Col   

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