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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper Thai Serveg Every Member of the Family Voluma 170 It used o be that what Jtp had to come down now it goes Into City EDITION Twentyfour Pages MRS DUNCAN Elizabeth Duncan testifies in her own defense yesterday in her trial on chargesof hiring two men to kill her daughterinlaw Mrs Olga Duncan She told the jury she opopsed the marriage of her son Frank to Olga that she quarreled with the younger woman only a week after the deciding and that she was terribly upset when herson speirt his wedding night with his bride instead of in the apartment he shared with his mother AP Indiana van March 1959 Two Sections Sevan Ctfitt DIE FIRE LEVELS LOCKED ARKANSAS DORM Hot 3 2 Missing At Least 24 Hurt HAZLETON Pa AP Screaming in guests islid down cables or were borne or climbed down fire ladders early today as flames iraged up an elevator shaft of fivestory Gary Hotel I Authorities said there were three known dead one woman un accounted for and one man criti cally injured One woman previously reported missing was located in an apart ment from the hotel She said she was with friends watch ing the fire even while unbe knownst to her ruins were being In Indiana County 957 Republicans and Democrats searched for her body have been removed from the voterregistration lists since the See2 4 Col 1 last general election i I This fact was revealed today by Mrs Clementine Bowman chief registrar for the county i incomplete figures compiled today in the Indiana County that Both major poli tical parties are currently about voters behind iheir registration strength al the time of the last general A Mrs Bowman said today thai the lastx datefor registration is This represents a drop in voter March 30 since September 1958 froni Pa AP Police New registration since Dec 4 Republicans and and FB aoentskept a constant Both Parties Lose Many County Voters In Mile Mark For Pioneer Faubus In Check Of Blaze 1938 as of today show 63 new Democrats voters for both the Republicans and Democrats Mrs Bowmans office sent out cards to Republican voters who did not vote during the two years Of this number 531 have A Gettysburg The remaining removed from Kills 5 Persons vigil in mountainous central Penn sylvania today for FrankLaw rence Sprenz one of the FBIs 10 most wanted criminals Sprenx 29 sought for the holdup of a Hamilton Ohio bank Monday was reported seen in this city of Wednesday Roadblocks were set up at key points but here was rto sign ofj KIRK SVVKEIS THROUGH shaft in the Hotel Gary is a mass of flumesas fire swept through the main streethotelearly today iu kaiiug several and injuring at least 20 guests AP Wirephoio LITTLE ROCK Ark AP boys perished in a fire that destroyed the main dormitory of the Arkan sas training school for Negro iboys at nearby Wrightsville tod ay The doors of the big brick and frame building were lock ed and windows were barred WASHINGTON AP heavy metal screens Pioneer IV spun past the Survivors had to kick their way 000 mile level today still sendirough the tough double screens space mysteries unraveled in in age from 14 to 17 were housed its race into the in tlie structure isun i bodies of 12 youths were found piled in a corner Apparent 1 The tracking station at Goldly they died in a vain attempt to stone in the Mojave Desert of Cal breakthrough a window iiornia picked up the radio voice Nine other bodies were found in of the goldwashed cone again atthe ruins EST today from far out Gov Orval E Faubus who past the moon went to the scene as soon as he At that time the distance from earned of the fire declared it earth computed from inexcusable that doors were I signals described as strong and ocked and no supervisor was on dear was miles In with advance calculation governor told news iaway from the earth had If there had been an adult miles an Jrowv dutywith Xeysat the tir IWtfflalsShowed a temperathe firfe Carted I dont believe lure of 41 to 42 degrees centigrade single would have degrees for the1 Faubus announced an instrument payload of the space Uon W0uld made to determine traveler That was higher than the Vv1ly the bqys were locked UP temperatures radioed back by the out tor quick evac Armys Pioneer III which called the tragedy a hor j about a third of moon before it the way to failed and felinble thinS been reinstated 957 voters were the books Fifty four Republicans have changed their registration to GETTYSBURG Pa the elusive j Democratic since the registration persons including a father and his books were opened following the wo sons were killed lnriav Police Spinu stole an air las election Plane aild flew 1GO milps to Mrs Bowman reports m Demo in a collision on Route shocton He was reported near1 crats have been reinstated after 15 near lhe PennsylvaniaMary Canton Monday night failing to vote for two land border eight miles south of Pollce chief Paul of leaving that have been re Gettysburg a nijm 4llinft moved from the voter registration State policeman Orie V Peter t registered at 48 pan sinc Soviets Protest Navy Boarding Of Trawler back It waswell within the rangef Firemetl said they believed the of comfort for space travelers of re may started in a part of the future dormitorv awav from to elmi011 alone her home wawr pump n hig Roth parties will not be known unwaitress in a Gettysburg drWe til tirno for rfinistrallnn rinsesrunt altl lne Ltluer ol he chief said a bellhop later til the time for registration closesrant on March 30 Lloyd Sowers 63 his two sons As of todays report the RepubGary L Sowers 22 and Jay L licans in the county now have Sec 4 Col 4 about registered voters The have Mile rtar f i SSfas dark blue Buick bearing Pennsyl 80 Per Cent Below cense Hamilton bank in the vacated hotel room The wrappers In Q I f Calif JLf JO C t Most Pa School in Bogus Districts Poor CashTaken i i m WI CHICAGO AP The Secret Service said today it has confis By RICHARD 1 GRAVES public school population icated more than in conn HARRISBURG special Osview contended hat lie most terfeit bijls and arrested Eeporl on school financing dis in in smashing a nationwide J setup is the current expenditure lake nionev ring closed today that 80 per cent of per pupi Th averagp js in fake Pennsylvanias school districts public school pupil bills before they could be put into too poor to provide proper second most serious fincirculation said Paul J Paterni ton nancial problem in Pennsylvanias head of the Secret Service Chi Ihc typical too small school education system is the large incugo office i district defined as below pitcidence o financially unable too Another passed in 22i pils exhibited virtually every snwll districts and administrative slates has been recovered negative financial Osview asserted Paterni saiii two Chicago ring said Ur Leon Osview director of At the same time he said that leaders of the opwatiun Temple Kducational special legislation for smalkr Wednesday Service Bureau school districts has impeded the However he said the piinting He made the statement in a torinatiun of desirable second class of the yang was not summary of his of Pcnii union louivJ school financing eftort has Paternl said he did noi know eo to the State Council of lulucanot yet succeeded in coping with how much of the spurious cur incapacity of the lyrtncy was nut accounted for His summary coimndrd pica toosmall he addPaterni suid much of the coun of district measured ed money was purchased by by pupil enrollment and lack of I The council noted that some undercover agents without actual local taxable wealth strongly tend school districts have hesitated in payment of cash in consignment to joining to become a second class deals for which a price of real It further indicated that some union district because they would foi bogus was agreed upon 1 per cent of the states school be automatically cut oft from re The Chicagoaus named by Pa Jrniniblrativir uniis had less than imbursements for transportation terni as head of the counterfeit LONDON Soviet Union today sharply pro tested the U S naval boarding of a Soviet trawler suspected of cutting a transatlantic cable off Newfoundland Moscow radio said a note handed to U S Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson in Moscow described reports that the trawler Novorossisk had damaged the cables as a complete The boarding took place off Newfoundland Feb 26 The offi cer who headed the American search party Lt Donald Sheely of Falls Church said later that the fishing boat probably quite likely had something to do with the break in the cables but he didnt know whether accidentally ojintentionally The said the Moscow cbverer 1 whose fate has been a broadcast points out that the inmystery since it was launched last cident involving detention of the Saturday achieved its goal of be Soviet trawler was undertaken coming the first polarorbiting with provocative aims in mind satellite the Air Force announced Soviet government expects today the government to take all The ballistic missile division necessary measures tc prevent the said Uiat sjnee blastoff from Van recurrence of such unwarranted denberg Air Force Base 41 actions toward Soviet reports have been re trawlers engaged m fishing in tlie ceived All it added coincided open closely with the predicted orbit The note said the trawler did riuis nearly a week of not cause any damage to undersuspense over whether the UOO water telegraph or telephone pound cylinder secondheaviest transatlantic satellite launched by the United Reports in the press on states entered orbit See 4 Col 4 i See 4 Col 2 Inside The Gazette INSIDE Victor Hiisel puts some questions 10 FBI chief J KctguiHocncr Ktud lhe answers ua editorial iaue tS ISTC The Big fndiuus of 1STC were defeated in UUMIplayoff game lust night JUad about the 99 tu lit tUUul on sports pages IB uud 19 See Page 4 Col 3 Former County Official Dies Sentences Men For Burglaries Theodore Glenn Palmer 20 Blairsville RD 1 and a 17year old Blairsville RD 2 youth pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of larceny and receiving stolen pro perty and were sentenced by Judge Kdwin M Clark Charged with taking scrap from the William Jahl junk yard in Black Lick Township on two occa sions last month the two young men were ordered to pay the costs of prosecution make restitution of the value of the property taken and each pay a fine for each ol the incidents It is reported worth of scrap lightning may have struck the building George Williamson a 16year old survivor said he was awak eaed by screams There was smoke all over I William R Calhoun 73 of Grandcouldnt see view Indiana passed away son said I found a window and unexpectedly at his home yestergot1 day j The building burned down with He was formerly register and in an from Little recorder and treasurer of IndiRock 12 miles away arrived too ana County I late to bring the blaze under coa A complete obituary appears in troi todays See 4 Col 2 With Other Tour for DeWitt Ray M RJO JANhIRO N VVltt Rav of the Evening Gazette arrived here today with a group of Editors and Commentators was taken on each of the two anu who burglaries are informative trip In otheractionyesterday Judge and Soulh America Clark ordered William H Maslak e Pittsburgh to make restitution Hia111 of worth of copper wire the Pittsburgh man removed from the Graceton Coal Co mine in In addition Maslak was ordered to pay a fine and costs of prosecution The placed him 01 n After lury being charged with burg made he flight to from Caracas they spent three days I Thetour was launched last Sat urday in Havana Cuba where the editors and commentators inter viewed Fidel Castro new prime1 minister of that rebellion torn country erary include Montevideo Uruguay March 8 am 9 Buenog A Ar posted bund and was then appreMard 10 u d hended tor other criminal acts in 14 5 16 I Allegheny o also m deorftu Another Pmshursh B Culombia Features Bolivia March 17 and John Lima Peru March I Ovcrholl is charged with sisiing in the attempted robbery Maslak was sentenced for yestfr Iday Iherholi however has not been apprel ended since his re Itotll CJ Ury g 20 and MaiTll City t4 Croubwvjdt Horletr I Milfur 3 6 Smjuis Jftl HviuiUl I VKidio II tuuiin Oit Obituaries i ttoi14 lodaj t MKATHKB F t Tonight cloudy with occasional rain 35 to 40 KYidav pupils llvcy Uiey would get as smaller ring are AJphonso Amabile 40 cloudy and mild occaMoual rain chanBiug iu MWW abjuut per cent oJ the slatesyduiacts t 4 Col J j Humes at nigin Low aO io DJ and 25 and CiuatemaU March Lti and 27 This makes the fourth U S uorgia inuiienti ors and tour for Mr Ray a veteran global travel Reaches Record His fust niptook him rope Russia and the Mediter PHTSBURGH AP Blue ranean the second to South Amer Cross payments to hospitals in ica and the third to couoUies January soared to the highest in around the world political to4 the plans Jlear history the He has been behind tlie Iron leaders Hospital Service Assn of Western on two occasions and has He is scheduled to tft riporied today imtt most ot the ioj diaaa about Ajprii i RAV   

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