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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An County Serves pyery Member the Family too easilyf It fotfti catea that you havent top much ttt r EDITION la Saturday March 7 1959 Telephone HO 55555 Stvan FOR March Storm Lathers County Highways IceCoated In County CAPTURE GIRL BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT A JQyearuht girl identified as Belle Ingram is pictured in custodyof Dot Mike Winger right and LI Ray Gubser who removed her from Renobound bus near Las Vegas yesterday Police said they found in her possession shortly after the First National Bank of Nevada was robbed of by a woman who fitted her description AP TeenAge Beauty Held InBank Theft The Harlem Magicians are coming to town for a jball exhibition tonight but most Indiana Countians are hoping their magic will bring about a change in the weather A lathering March sform struck the district broadside last night leaving highways almost impassable 1 The storm whipped up with high winds snow and freezing tempera1 itures slowed traffic to a snails pace Many motorists were temp1 iorarily strandedon highways and i local streets when the sudden drop jo the temperature changed the to ice i Traffic arteries were coated with ice this morning but cindering jcreWs and a gradual climb of ithe mercury improved conditions I by noon 1 State police reported roads in Washington Westmoreland and Erie counties snow and iceeover jed Shortly after 2 today a raging fire swept a double three frame apartment building on in their Contest For Ike Nikita Toppled By Justice Dept Act By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON AP top By WARREN ROGERS JR ExSenator Guffey Dies AtAge LAS VEGAS Nev AP A bold teenage wrestled off a bus in the middle of the desert has been t charged with robbing a Las Vegas bank of The said Ida Belle Ingram 19 blonde and belligeri is the youngest bank robber theyve had deal night Stephen iCerlainly shes the prettiest iAdley estimated damage at j The girl a former bank teller000At least two firemen were in in Washington drew a trail Scc S Col 1 I of admiring glances as she strode into a downtown Las Vegas bank Friday So when teller Mary Her ring 21 announced moments la 1 ler that she had been robbed po lice had numerous descriptions to WASHINGTON AP Formergo by Sen Joseph F Guffey of Pennsyl A beautiful champagne Uonde vania a Democratic stalwart was the way xt rv i ij ij Miss Hearing described the girl mg the New Deal era died hriday s t 6 J who had handed her a note THREE YEAROLD DROWNS IN SWOLLEN CURRENTS Firemen fight strong at swollen Schuykill River near to recover body pi a year old Debbie who fell water while playing along river bank with 4 year old Body recovered two miles south of spot where she was playing Brother reported to his mother thai sister had fallen into river Body lodged against boulder to left of Fireman at left holds body in jSeveral of the nations jhoodlums have run into black jdays since the Justice Depart jinont started a big push against the underworld a year lago I More are expected to top ple SK federal authorities con tinue a steady whittling out of cases against underworld WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower and Soi Justice Department officials jviet Premier Nikita Khrtishsaid toda AttyGen William P Ichev are locked in a stranee gers unrelent jkind of contest tryingng Iong4erm attack on jto convince other his side M unit ad ion th issue ofRogers anZmced the program Berlins future a year as a systematicnoa I With Secretary of State drive to combat or Dulles on the sidelines ganized crime with a highly or fighting cancer Eisenhowerganized of prosecutions moved into a more active foreign aimed primarily at getting the affairs role In East Germany 100 top hoodlums behind bare or Khrushchev was busy assemblingout of the country his allies j The names on the select list Officials said today Eisenhower have never been published but as may make a radiotelevision apla starter Rogers ordered a pooK peal for public understanding and ing of information on these char support They said the President acters from the files of the FBI does not yet think the situation the immigration service and the warrants such a broadcast ButTreasuryunite handling counter they foresaw it as a possible move feiting narcotics alcohol and in if a further tax cases The Council of I State Governments and the Na Eisenhowers radioTV tional Assn of State Attorneys actorproducer Robert Montgomj General pledged cooperation with jery was at the White House Frij respect to information available to day and Thursday Presidentialthem t M Milton Vessel 35 as said this was coincidental and theisistant LtS CAP Wirephoto James C Hagerty I Said ftiis was rnmridpntsl and tho In Cl GunRiddled SuicideCase i Chase Results In Charges 5 ppRane i r Of Frantic Search SPOKANE Wash frantic search was tinder1 1 LANCASTER Ohio AP The bodies of seven persons were found at a farm house about eightway this morning in the rainy predawn darkness here for ai miles northeast of here today Auslight girl who disappeared while selling candy thorities said all the deaths er wellpublicized steps top Republican and Democratic See 3 Col 2 Desperado PHILADELPHIA AP deyoung men led police on apmints Friday afternoon Foiir Peared due to munder and suicide Scores of volunteers were combing a brushstrewn area1 four A rrian and four children were inside the city for Candice Elaine Rogers who was last seen I 1ft night of a heart ailment at the age manding and told the teller at refound in a locked automobile about 5 p m as she went around the neighborhood selling of 88 she was covered by a gun ported speeds of 90 miles an hour parked beside the house Apparcandy to raise money for the Camp Fire Girls gorgeous said nightcarjy totjay winding up with 12 cntly they had died from carbon To Regfsfratiohs In County Guffey a power in Pennsylvania politics for decades had lived in Washington since losing his Sen ate seat in the 1946 Republican He died a few hours after being taken to Doctors Hospital Rela tives said he had been hav ing heart trouble for the past two weeks Guffey who made politics both hobby and a career never mar ried He is survived by one sister Mrs Emma Guffey Miller four nephews A club See singer Shirley Scott in the traffjc tickets 3 Col 5 monoxide fumes Sheriff Dale Barrymore Arrested On Drunk Driving Police said they fired nine bulGeorge reported j lets at the fleeing car finally stop Two women were found on z ped when one bullet zipped over bloodstained bed in a bedroom of the drivers head and through the the house There was something windshield resembling an electric extension i The chase started when a pacord around their necks j trolman tried to make a routine of the deathg of me Armstrong Names Bell OKs School 16 of occupants 1958 investigation of the the yellow 1958 was left standing open BEVERLY HILLS Calif AP mouthed in the street as with a Actor John Drew Barrymore sudden iurchi the Car took off ana was jailed on felony hitrun and through a red stop light K v n 10 drunk driving Char8es Fri Four hours later after the wild Bora near Pittsburgh on Dec 29 day night after his car smashed1 chase through city streets and out 870 Guffey began his rise to the rear of another auto onto Baltimore Pike inthe sub Ltical prominence n 1912 when he reporled urbs Jwd ended mw two The Indiana County sioners today announced the loca SOUTH P1TTSBURG Tennjjons and dates of vofer rostra rm Tennessee Highway five only clues were twoboxes trol dispatcher in nearby Chattal of mints and an empty container nooga todav a mim ne iden accept voter m found several blocks apart near as Alabama desperado wn Carious places throughout the bridge across the Spokane E Smothers was shot The area is in the crook of the wounded by the sheriff of Hours of operation each I river which makes a half circle county near Wildwood dates and locabons be in the Western section of the city j today Police completed a houseto The dispatcher said Smothers low Wl11 be and from 10 6 to 9 Canot 1 Wilbur Bell Indiana RD momingiwas still alive and that a Georgia took a gamble that paid off Breaking with his uncle J M Guffey veteran Pennsyl vato ia Democratic leader Guffey backed his former versify professor or the presidency Wilson won both the nomination and the election and Guffey be ycame a power in the party Funeral services are scheduled for Monday in his Washington apartment with burial Tuesday in the family vault at West Newton Pa Franklin Elementary School Hundreds of searchers combed pital was not determined imme Roland Soper whose age was He will fill the unexpired term hillsides and fields in a wide area idiately not available was dead at the of the late Earl Ray around the bridge a block from Thesearch for the crafty cigar wheel of the parkeW car with one In other action board members the childs home Scores of volunsmoking desperado who held four dead child beside him Another in revoting on a resolution affect teers continued the hunt throughpersons hostage in his flight from child was on the floor of the car ing Indiana Joint School District out the early morning Alabama imprisonment had cen Riirrvmftrp 9K ttrt f A H in the rear and two other approved a measure The girls mother Mrs Klaine tered in this southeastern Tennes ha hi Id 1 v S chareed wlh vanous dren were dead on the rear speedup planning of a new Rogers a schoolteacher at nsarby see area onTnfhv aw RoomK in the frame senior high school Mead described Candice as shy The wounded escapee was taken SvLStors s T the arior was DonaW I Ho bs He o howed any resolution m effect makes by nature She suid the girl would to fte TriCounty Hospital at Fort inustigatois the s was Donald J Hobbs JJ He got fitfllf nr A jt plwsible for board members and never stay out after dark Oglethorpc some 15 miles from administrators to complete plann He and Prosecuting March 17 Arcadia in UMWA Building Gonemaugh 3 in the county building S th white sports car backed 8pfsd away aftw Banymore WHS airusted a Service station Occupants of the other Uonard btrelzm 20 and off and five traffic tickets from Eas ct jdem down fjve fmm later in and two more in Philadelphia Here Hobbs utso was car with resisting arrest and breach Miss ot peace the Firemens Hall March 19 Deckers Grange Hall and 3 in the UMWA Hall March 20 South Mahoning 1 Plumville iu Police said the blonde blueeyed the capture scene Hutchings said Atty ing for the school before state girl who weighs only about 60his bullet had shattered the Dampen Blaze At Luciusbora Barry Hobbs said he didnt know he struck was chased by polk the pursuers were said Barrymore had an argument with llle farm house is on the Iaile0 to pass a His companions were charged caster Pleasantville road just brcach of peace They idenli north of the small community of I Miss Herne complained of neck lied themselves as Arthur Mc 1 injuries officers said but deLaughlin 21 Sterling P Causby i dined treatment at the scene of 23 and Robert Warrjngton 23 the accident Her companion did Hobbs McLaughiin and Causby uoipnid Raymond Moreheart were on propriations are approved in Harpounds was dressed warmly whened mans left shoulder but cuargea the scetie trying to find Ollt the risburg she left home ihe did not believe the wound was sequence of events which had Armstrong Twp is one of three Candices father who is dicritical to the deaths Coroner L L Kermembers of the jointure Others vorced from Mrs Rogers joined Lawmen from Tennessee Gear sell also was at the farm house are White Twp and Indiana fiorthe search after having been sumgia aid Alabama combined this immediately to give ough verdicts in th and Saltsburg in the Fire mens Hall March 24 Hillsdale and second ward ia the HOMfclR City firenot report any injuries and Barryare from Philadelphia Warringlon men were summoned last evening more himself appeared unhurt the was listed from suburban Upper to extinguish a chimney blaze at officers said Darby the residence of Charles The flue fire alarm was receiv ed at Damages were negligible ac 5 Mass Convicts Hold 4 Hostages Inside The Gazette rnrdiitg to Fire Chief William Slivi Store Exec Dies PITTSBURGH AP Samuel D fciwart til manager of the Jo seph Home Natrona Heights hiancli store died Friday night at i his home Kvyart was the grealg real grandson oi Hugh H Bracken ridge one of the first justices off the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and a founder of the University of Pittsburgh Dance Sat THE LIGHTER Get ready for another lightersideoMhcnews from Washington Head Bennetts column on page 4 IN Six Indiana County wrestlefs are in the semifinals of district wrestling touniaiuent in Lork Haven See pages 6 and 7 WALPOLE Mass lotigterm prisoners holed up hi the metal shop of the Massachu setts State Prison today after seizing a deputy warden two guards and the prison store keener as hostages i Stale police said the prisoners including Martin Feeuey 43 of South Boston an escape artist who made his way to freedom two years ago from Norfolk Pri son Colony With Eosfr Nikita May Ask Poles Czechs To Sign Treaty 25 Kintersburg Twp in the county building and Boltz East Wheatfield in thf county building March 26 Marchand and Ar magh in the Firemens Hall March 27 Willet at the Grangi Hall and luceraemines Center 3 in the basement of the Catholic Church These added opportunities should make it easier or every possible voter in the county to siga up Other Features H 1011 Ml uvtm ObUunriri i II S IV It tu cloudy tonight with snow flurries waimev wilh iovceasing wanner light 15 to W Sunday cloudiness Jlblloued by before the registration deadline at LEIPZIG E Germany headway in tha war of This morning however Grotethe close of March Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevjnervesoij particuwohls press diief Kurt Bledia Registrations will has dropped a hint tlut he Berlin said he had no information to cepted by persons reporting to invite Poland and Czechoslovakia1 Basically the Soviet position give registration office in thf basement to join the Soviet Union in signing has not the 64year Khrushchev is due to address a of the courthouse during normal peace treaty with East Gei old Khrushchev has been speaking labor conference here this aftercourthouse hours m two tones noon aii4 leave by train this eve Blowing hot and cold the ebul Friday he told a group for East Berlin lieut Sox let leader let leak foreign busineiisuien i believe There was speculation that that this may be his there will be no Khrushchev would remain ill Ber maneuver in his pressure cam Today he leaves tor East Berlin lin over the weekend especially if Indiana Sodality Union pajau agaiitst Uie West iwith iiidicaduns he may be about Gomulk and Novotny show meeting withi Director in Graceton Soviets are demanding suiito set another diplomatic time Presumably the four Conuuo mst nations will 10 jeaVe Fast ieiniaa ComniUJiist PreahraJ with The Outside liin tOujUer prufxwals fur Otio Groiewohl Friday tmiiy for Full Course Diuuer Jl 50 fried lieLUlificatiui1 tounuv night that it was ppssible die West to bow jp terms spriac chicken Sat Sun l2x Bouuwng around exudiug ooufiiPolish Communist Boss Wladyslawilaid by for a Arriving on Gomulka wid coveriaf all GwoMpy spriog UNIONTOWN pa a separate peace County day at his borne wtt trict attorney yaarf in 1935 deuce smoe tonite Club Music Wednesday Khruahohev KM given paity boss Aoroain Novotny bv ITlii tke bt feels he is confei vuih Khrushchev would KJbrusKahtv linkftd Set i tol i   

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