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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Servet Every Member of the Family If we could do away with alt second thered be lot less criticism 173 TwanfyVfeur Pages City EDITION Indiana Pennsylvania Monday March 9 PEN REBELLION FLARES Two Sections burg A M Road Mish tf WILLIAM KELLY dies in Rt 80 mishap J3 Runaway iTeens Taken ta Car Theft Fatally Injured On Rt 80 SALTSBURG William 37 Saltsburg R D 1 jwas fatally injured at ta m yesterday when he was jstruck by a car while stand ing on Route 80 a mile north of Saltsburg according to State Police from the Indiana substation The deceased was the report says by a car operated by Richard Balest IT Box 41 Saltsburg i Police say Kelly had apparently stopped his car on the highway left the lights burning and was j standing beside the auto when the Balest vehicle headed south on Route 80 hit Kelly Police have not been able to Mac Opens Search For West Plan By GEORGE McAKTHUR PARIS British Prime Minister Harold Maci jmillian today began a swing jaround the capitals of his tna jjor allies in aeaich of a West Iri Jem policy to take into nego itiations with the jUnion Relative checks identity of William Kelly as ambulance crew approaches determine why Kelly stopped his i car and got out on the highway Damages to the Balest car was Three teenage youngsters from estimated at The Kelly car Jhe Altoona Tyrone area of cenwas not involved in the mishap IJral Pennsylvania were confined to The deceased was born Oct 9 lhe Indiana County Jail early this 1921 at Croghan Nevy York a Iniorning following their arrest by son of Guy and Vera Baker Kelly police after stealing a He moved to Saltsburg from his on South Tenth St home in New York six months Local police report the youths atro boys 15 and 14 and a 13He is survived by his wife Mar earold girl were spotted by the garie Williams Kelly his parents Mice patrol shortly after the trio of Croghan New York and four juole a car from in front of 16 children Michael Patrick Penny Tenth St about 2 30 today and Cindy 3olice said the keys were left in In addition Mr Kelly is survived I he car by four sisters Mrs Alzina Reed Sergeant John Zbur and Patrol Rochester Mrs Clyde Mar nan Thomas R Kiral noticing the MrsWilliam traveling without lights gave and Mrs t0 the William Albertson Carthidge i i A veteran of World War 11 the he youths ran a wp p to stop for the report the car operated by f he 14yearold boy put ed to the i tenter of the Set to keep the J K e received the r Robinson funeral Home baits police from pulling p m The chase continued west on Rt Briefs services will be conduct 22 and a warning shot fired over ed Ihe car failed to srop it Notic jng the car smoking M ai Ol police continued the chase thews Roman Catholic Church in The announcement set off jubilant celebrations by thou tmd tlje car came to a halt after Saltsburg Father Lyden Lee will sands of Greek Cypriot students They poured into the burning out the motor police said be the celebrant streets of the capital and formed into parades with drums of the youths was carrying Interment will be in the church pounding and bugles blaving paring knife in his pocket and cemetery i i Grivas issued a mimeographed Kassem Regime Totters BEIRUT Labanon Iraqi nationalist rebels claim ed today their army is march ing on Baghdad to crush Communistinfluenced g o v ernmenf of Premier Abdel Karim Kassem KassemR warplanes bomb ed Mosul a major oil center 220 miles northeast of Bagh dad that is the seat of a volt led by Col Abdel Wahab Shavvaf apparently without jdecisive effect A war of words raged between Radio Mosul and Radio Baghdad The smokescreen of propaganda veiled military movements but showed bitterly the antagonisms between leftist followers of Kas sem and military men who lean toward President Gamal Abdel Nassers brand of Arab na tionalism Simmering unrest had broken into open rebellion less than eight rr i D months after Kassem led the lifelong Repub1 bloody coup that killed King Fai yne Iwp He resai and destroyed his farm in Green j H rlu l HOMER S STEPHENS auditor candidate Homer S Stephens Indiana announced he will be a Arriving in Paris to confer with1 President Charles de Gaulle millan said he feels the Soviets2 TITo hl7U be a want to negotiate on Berlfn candidate for the Republican notn e ination as county auditor at the The Soviets accept that these primaries immediate Gerl v many and so to be tiedby Macmiilan Tvvp He re said u j for many years before moving to I He conceded there are wide dif his present address about ten onfhcting and counter ferences between the West and theyears ago claims alternated as the day ad Soviets He said in view of this it iv all the more important for the Western Allies to get together to confirm our common i H served as a member and secre Stephens the and vanced Radio Baghdad declared at one time Shawaf was fleeing toward the Syrian border and offered nrxn T 000 for him dead or alive tary of the school board of Green In feast Berlin Soviet and secretary treasurer of Later Jt reported he had been Nikita Khrushchev held a surprislthat districts supervisors j killed by his own men This pur Khrushchevs ini ported news obviously aimed to dismay accompanied urffi ru 11e was formerly secretary of the Greek Cypriot tender j Mr Stephens is an overseas War I 1 civic and business at Asks Makarios Support By ALEX EFTY N1CQSIA t Cyprus Col George Grivas the leader of the Greek Cypriot underground finally told his over ed ai 8 Wednesday at the O1 tn underground finally told his oticfuneral home followed by Requiem today to lay down their arms and help Archbishop k i i Mass at at St Mat1Vlakanos build the new Republic of Cyprus fNeUlTm Unit nhasfi Tllt wiil I III In Socialist Nikita Talk i BERUN AP Went Ger manvs Socialist chief Erich O1 lenhauer met today with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev then declared he thought the Soviets would make evwy effort to solve the Berlin crisis without war Ollenhauer met for two1 hours j with Khrushchev at tha latters Shawafs followers was by the reading of hundreds of messages pledging at spplie ovgf rtdia 10 Was fleeiag or lfairs j dead taunted the goverooiftnt j In making his announcement pn a and at times jMr Stephens said he has tfthe irsttnical ipefience and knowledge vill keep fighting to the patently and courteously discharge end untiPwe wipe out the corrupt the duties of county 1 n il Additional Petitions FiledHere Petitions for township and bor iiegirae and victory will be jhf pledged i fie told tiie people not to be by Radio Baghdads produc lion of messages and 1 brushed off the air raid on Mosul The government felt that the end js the colonel said Tbat IK why it tried as a last measure to bomb Mosul with the few planes whose pilots are still I invitationThen the Socialist ough offices continue to be placed loyal to the government All this had clothing packed with Ijhem Pojice also found a jump in wire used to start a car without key and a flashlight and two iers Police from Altoona had issued lin alarm that the youths were i According to the police at noon the youths reportedly stole car from the Mercy Hospital in last night Hospitalize Two Following Sideswipe leaflet from his secret hideout I am obliged to order the ces stition of the he He expressed disappointment that Cyprus had not won union with Greece but said independence is1 preferable to national Union with Greece was thei A11 L I I nvaon en e ocast ough offices continue to be placed n s chieftain held a news conference on file in the Indiana County Com1 roves Hiat the is dy Ollenhauer said he came office in preparation ng and usine its I BfcRLlN Soviet Premier optimistic about the prospects of for lne primary elections schedi There were varying reports on i Nikita Khrushchev declared today an EastWest settlement after the for May 13 j affairs within Baghdad A report he would agree to stationing a meeting in the Soviet Embassy in A check of the petitions Monday jto Beirut said there were disturb small protective military garrison East Berlin shows the following additional paplances in Baghdad streets Sunday jn West Berlin if the Western powi era tiled connection with a big prpNas Republican candidates filed tori sen demonstration On hay imDression th t ers end their military Russian side an hp He said it could be made up of British French and Soviet troops or soldiers from neutral nations Berlin Ward o d WKoonu 565 Phila ihe GOP Fourth chicle W Parker twtiaiu tliuialln ui ii i XH 111 avrvnii i ai i vltlH oallUUaN Ol i iinl in nnlificc tMiUlif Annrnnphina InHimi tltAv i i m i nut Ucti i in UUUIU S 01 UUDllC uauiiing inuMiia Hie LI KouiC 119 a half north of u into the Two Lick Bridge eastIndiana accordine to S JJ Pn f Greece i c f lu Although he remained in hiding neie ana anancionea the stolen lice from the Indiana substation frivas was e d t fl said huciwud hip ip uie cdi nicy She was a passenger in a cur i i i j i n on Route 422 several miles out operated bv Ronald Reck 19 M Cl if town nest Police added the youths said they Fleck was treated for a candidates in Ruddock See Col 1 Soviets Use Device m crisis Stennis a member of the Senate Armed Services ommittee said may prove to be a tragic error The Soviet Union has made that both Ollenhauer said before Bui today Khrush good will on both sides AnSWGT AlQriTl added If it is am convinced that a peaceful even be agreeable that solution ran be found United States Britain France1 My impression is that Indiana Firemen responded to an to cut the size of the Armvand u e France M impression is thai the Soalarm about noon to lie Marine Corps as he said n or neulrttlvieis are seeking a permanent fire broke out in an KisenhoweV adminisiration is Cnuutnes statlon Wesl solution of the German at 784 Maple Si doing minimum number of Theleader of West Germanys It is reported wiri he One division of Armf have the lask Na 2 party declared he car was burned and of me Arniv s cijmc lite carried a copy of a device veloped in the United States The device was in the public domain and had been published in scien Hie car stolen in Altoona ownedj w Florence Burket Newry operator of the second car 1U a ri 8lierrilla chief indicated he vere on their way to Buffalo of the iuuulti nm lelulii to Cyprus his Also admitted to the hospitals as said he would foU nave no to many points regarding the Berlin bh low anxiously trom afar the steps stefnis tad 8 rlie life of question and an overall German No immediate estimate of damN R T v iering and bloodstained eilulinaiLa id he Clty he See 8 tol 7 age was available Naval Research labordtory here Tovvnsend said there was Armys straprotecting the status of The and Marine city but would have no the Soalarm about noon today when ajtjfic literature an automobile John Tovvnsend wiring in thefhe Aeronautics and political party declared he car was burned and the hood said in free disagreed with Khrushchev pn the vehicle was damaged bv theP luestlons that a mass spec to roany points regarding the Berlin blaxe sed In Sniltnik m wrf vas reportedly badly damaged in Charles Huller 44 Chambersville ol niv and bloodstained the listed today as he crash against Two Lick bridge His condition is The youths are expected to be i Now we must have Returned authorities in Alj Huller received lacerations of ne lold his people Foregather all j ioona where it is believed they the chest and an arm injury of the united around the Ethnarchj have other clmnses against them i According to police the who is today the symj 1 Local police are continuing their sideswiped each other about of unity and strength and helpj investigation Saturday See 9 tuJ 3 f Damage to each car was esti Homer City Ritle Llub Party tomated at lite 56 reasons no Constitutional ReVISIOn GrOli Inside The Gazette VISITORS Ppter bJdsun speaks about some good friends of the United States tlial are coming to call QJI us Set page t MAGICIANS The HarliMn Magicians played to a full house Saturday night Read about the game on snorts 17 and 18 Ofher Feafures AUddiui Improvements Listed By Jury In an inspection tour of county buildings filed toduy in the office of the Indiana County ProUionu tary the jurors recommended that fluorescent lights be installed In 1 the County Home and the Wil Hard Home lu addition they report thai flie walls of the Judges chamber Urge NonPartisan Judge Vote A D L I O Iflft A Pht thing classified in the design and there was no reason why it should not be exchanged with the Soviets A spectrometer is used in figur ing refraction HARRLSBURG The ComConstitution on Constitutional Revision nijt Sentence Two PRR Theft the be amended lo per The report criticized lawyers to seek judicial a graduated income tax of judges claiming it Lornbardi nil tl i r i nzn llie to produce a dependent ju me compensation Georefe Johnson both 1 r j tor K ill Pi i a nrl incl vicui gcr uwm be removed81011 Proposed changes in A judge must appeal JUI J Saltsburg RD I were f partisan poliDates organic law But 33 chahgfw from those who todaN bV JudgeEdwin MClaris es snRlwl om as critically Ikely to have cases before him on iiJs on a of larceny and Ihe commission also proposes needed tor rhe etficieni conduct of he must keep friendly with lu r ceivmg stolen property Ha jusnces of the peace and state party it aid td The duo removed Urge quauay UKui otl a ffte Under us proposed revision in was op intfitls commission proposed of copper wire from poles along be extended to the method of selecting judges by ieven members of the hal Ule debt limit the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks borrowing aujurists on the State Supreme however ot one million dollars be scrappednear Saltsburg the Allegheny from the people tlie and Mirror VlKATHKll FOHKt Noted OUtumlet IVKaUio World 10 UIH lit 11 McMahon iurtman ckai1 and culdci twnsJit i I mine in upper 3Us Low in mid 20s Cool Tius in 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