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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Ail Indiana County Newspaper That Strvea Every Member of the Family A twsktall pgHy fe place where you meet git thrti old yiwt saw Vdume 183 City Twifityfour EDITION r Pennsylvania Friday March 20 1959 FROM MANIAC Visit Dulles At Reed Then Fly To Meet in Mts WASHINGTON AP 30 Pets Safe In Pgh Blaze PITTSBURGH AP cats kittens and puppies were in good shape today after being res cued from a small blaze which broke out in a threestory brick house on the North Side The animals were rescued one byone Thursday by Animal Res cue League workers at the home Resident Eisenhower and of Mrs Catherine Anton 65 A request ior use or tecteral iilish Prime Minister while firemen fought the minor troops in eastern Kentuckys IMacmUian opened their con struck coalfields was turned Iferences on German problems broke out in a small d th talked for nearly ardour Si S Nix Troop Request In Coal Tieup AP A request for use of federal day with Secretary of State The box provided a hous ing for several of the cats HOSTAGES Elma Baldwin and her three children from leftt 10 Susan 5 and Danny 7 rest at Charleston W after they were freed from a crazed gunman abducted them Wed night from their S Charleston home AP Mother Children Unharmed CHARLESTON W Va 29yearold mother land her three children pawns an exconvicts mad schema jagainst a for m e r cellmate ivvere rescued by slate police jafter being held captive for J20 hours Richard A Payne 23 siirren idered late Thursday afternoon at a roadblock near Logan 70 mites south of here aftejfiring two shots at railing police Jfe had planned to use Mrs John Bakt jvvin and her children as a wedge i to force the release of feurtaft S ior Post from the state penitent tiary Payne had vovved An aide to President Eisenhowj lR0h5 fl Waller Mrs Anton who at first refused er wired Joseph Lewis attorney Army Hospital j0 jeave the house was later tor cmU operators that primary British Foreign Secretary smoke inhalation Iwyn Lloyd also participated in Iscssion bidding farewell to the ail Vig secretary Eisenhower and his iBritish visitors headed off to IJamp David Eisenhowers work i action spot in the Maryland for conferences There was no immediate report is to tlie tenor of the session with but made a remark on leaving which rd that Dulles had contributed important ideas Reporters asked Kiseuhoy Six Indicted In Smuggling Of Weapons responsibility for preserving law and order rests with the governor I of Kentucky Lewis had telegraphed the Pres ident asking for troops to mairil tain order Gov A B Chandler called the request the height of foolishness and a publicity stunt j He said there were no reports of violence Twd In Family Slain Th troops or of National Guardsmen Okla members of a Wynona which Lewis requested earlier family were killed and three others were wounded Thursday PITTSBURGH federal Contacted at Lexington Lewi night they sat in the living room of their home v grand jury today indicted six men said today Must there be an An 18yearold relative who had shared the home of in connection with a government1 actual outbreak of war in and Freda Moreland tor the past four weeks was arrest seizure ofguns being flown from counties in order to convince in comvection with the shooting He is Jerry Miller a Russelton to Morpantmun aovemor and local officials that J i ndedByKin Union Head to ExConvict Tells About Kidnaping CHARLESTON W Va AP Exconvict Richard Arlen Payne once more bej jneath the harsh lights of ai police station talked joffactly today of the 20J ihours he held a mother anclj jher tluee young children live court decision Surfaid junction Hialeah on a strike in auuiui IU IIHVc Uccu w rr v me destined for the followers of Fidel I Workers Union contract mean Eisenhower replied in reference to Castro in the Cuban rebellion time were adopting a waitand Tlie indictments contained sevsee position as the union withdrew Maemillan smiled broadly but en Listed as defendants pickets in Pike County pending a nothing to say were Eisenhower smiling gaily came Norman Rothman of from Duties hospital room Fla Stuart Sutor of Aiding Macmillan by the Fla tlie of the plane in They posed for photographers wiwb were carried Vic kie President wore a brown suit tor Carlucci 201 Highland lad held a matching fedora MacNeu Kensington Daniel Hanna liillan was in a bluegray suit 931 2nd AveNew Kensington I From Walter Reed the PresiJosePh Merola Miami Beach Fla lent and his party motored to theiand Joseph Giordano New Ken Taval Medical Center The government said thai Blairsville Death Ruled brother of Moreland Wyrioha pqltce said was a Iwrtt ear die Jiome He Snerttf Dick Streetman and two tigging the Jan Poit Griffith VeSiesiav nisrht he deputies rrwlai Miller mine disaster in vvjirh 12 men demanding the governor reUus Slreetmfcn said a 22 caliber entombed meer Mondav to Post his selftvled arch enemy toi was found a short distance consider holding a union president from prison so he Blaze Levels Clubhouse For Youths and boarded a helicopter for accidental death ruling by Deputy Coroner j and boarded a helicopter for 1r saiu umi in A boysclubhouse was destroyed Larkin stated We have found le rest of the trip to Camp amis included in the worst of four separate fire ot m that Llovd who reportedtv does notworth of equipment stolen from calls answered yesterday by thej JndlcUe Ulatltf lareto fly was escorted in firstthe National Guard Armory atIndiana Volunteer Fire Depart1Scnneider died m any manner oth i Eisenhower Canton Ohio The other three alarms er Macmillan seated by a window AI six of defendants were were in answer to brush fire Schneider fell rear mitj larged conspiring to vioi At last evenine a ellar stmr wel1 some tim reported that investigation into the has been no a nt with ene I death Tuesday of an unemployed land or Mrs Moreland his sister proneThursday but dTeUned to Michigan man has resulted in anj See twoPage 4 Col 4 answer committee re Whooping hls laved to a crowd of onlookers gathered on the ground mmj charged with conspiring to vio At last evening a gen garding possible financial links with the Knox Coal which op ierated the mine I Edwin Kosik counsel for Lippi R O said the District I IVeaUy nol testify the tmst s8h heasked c who were auastinnmp That late the code relating to eral alarm was placed when a 12 transfer of firearms and interby6 foot frame clubhiuse on j after Tuesday morning1 AUSTWELL Tex a u wcauay niui iiuig j uc i comity ui i tmJ while apparently coming from hisin tne of Blackjack Penhas been challenged by Louis Fa Parkecl behind the Union Hotel on the Gulf of Mexico one brixio president of Knox asbital ground iransier or tirearms and interoyo toot frame on uuiu Another helicopter carried US stale transportation of stolen of Mrs Margaret Parked bellind the Union Hotel inslla Gulf of Mexico one nd Brush S property 20 South 14th Street caught fire he had registered Monday of Americas tallest wading birds Several hundred hospital em indictment names Dr Louis Prompt action by the loyes cheered as the party of Miami Fla asikept the fire from spreading to Death uas attributed to a frac iiujca iiiccicu me pariv 41 Jived at Walter Reed Macmillan an coconspirator Thenearby buildings looked upward at crowded win8rand Jurvs return did not Simpson reported today no The Michigan resident has been lows and waved several times ilain his exacl the case i cause had bee Pxfter the visit with Dulles they The WiKe aboard Tljree other fere to board helicopters which the Plane flown bV Sutor after itgrass fires lould take them to Eisenhowers landed at Morgantown Va land on 1 j eluded were 92 JO calibre Ml Iarm three miles south of Indiana continue to check any information rifles 24 30 calibre carbines Homer City Road were which might have bearing on this time raised its head and trum peted a whoopingv haunting call that could be heard for miles Further down the peninsula a See 4 Col 3 irman Kills ielflnAF Jf Chamber to kill me bade to the pfen mef kill cant hope hes keep me iibm him in the Ips me 33 Thursday night ogan Tlie four were Post told7 a guardat Have you ever heard Ql penitentiary be had no f i Payne had against him Payne was released from Is ifc was for me when Ion eight days ago Today the sal saw Burton Junior low heavylidded young man Post said he knew of no reasontaces kidnaPing charges He was why Payne was out to get at Kanawha County Jail The two had been cellmates for Jail to his story time but were not when Payiteiof why the 29year was released a little more than aold niotner her phildren from week ago after serving a term their home iri South for armed robberv i Charleston Wednesday night I hate him with all mv ev He Said he wanted thera hostages to force the release of went on When his cellmate Bartoft Jua ior Post 31 from the penitentiary so that he could kill Post Payne said he had planned Court The legality of the committee HARRISBURG State Liquor Control Board Thursday nave ucauug un mis 43 calibre machine guns and onebumed shortly after noon lease although the police Depart J2 calibre rifle The started from burning ment feels certain the man died Carlucci and Hanna aiA rubbish at a servicB station owned acciilpniaiiv Carlucci and Hanna are accusi rubbish at a servictt station owned ed of transporting the stolen Rotert Smith A junked in interstate commerce nveiv Was bumed in the path of the fire lintc and concealing stolen arms spread to the adjoining farm1 failingto register and pay tax for Property the transfer of firearms and eni After extinguishing the blaze gaging in the business of immediately dispatched J TUCSON Ariz airing arms munitions and otheitneir equipment to the Earl K Jn sealed himself inside a highimplements of war without havSram and Benjamin Lemmon farm lltitude test chamber set for ing registered as required by law feet then ripped off Ixygen mask to commit suicide at Air Force Base 1 The body of the airman Moore 19 of Anniston as found in the chamber March Details of the death wore re 1 today by the Air Force I Officials at the base near Tuc said Moore hud gone to the iiilding housing the heavy steel j liamber to do some work thei Jght of March 8 The indicator Ls set at feet almost as1 ligh as it would go He sealed lunself in and waited for death loin lack ot oxygen officials said i An mask was found near lie body I autopsy showed no evidence foul play J Base otiicials said Moore left a liictde note in which lie askidl his assotiaits not feel untviud toward him for his action I Moore a physiological tech1 jciun with the 803rd Medical Iroup He was ime ot several in Iruttore who went up witli ludentt in the altitude chamber faimlitmap them with high ilude flymg I i i i rj i 1X11160 DV I TUCK three miles south of In diana off Route 80 Several acres of pasture land and brush was burned Firemen were summoned at WASHINGTON Pa AP A to the Kenneth Sink property truck killed 6yearold Richard R two miles east of Indiana off Route Wylie Thursday on Route 31 near422 The had burned over a his home about three miles east field and had threatened a Christ Escape Try Thwarted In Wyo Prison tinct will soon start mile flight irom their winter home at the Arkansas Wildlife I Refuge to Buftalo Park and anoth j er nesting season in Canadas j Northwest Territories They will begin leaving ui early j April in pairs and families They probably will leave at night but i lhe urge to travel may strike in 1 the davtime that almost ex Dance tonight Medaras their Grill 183 ile did not elaborate 4 Col It kidnapping for about two r but didnt select the Baldwins aa Fire Inside The Gazette COUNTY 4H A special feature concerning appears today on page 15 Indiana County 4H Clubs They fly so high nobody will RAWL1NS Wyo AP Four see them unless they comedown j Wyoming State Prison to some hidden bog for a day of three of them convicted murderers rest and feeding on acorns and1 T n mrKi K thwarted in an escape atcrayfish tempt Thursday by a flash explo The w hooper population is how ilie schools on lire sipn in the tunnel they were 39 the largest since annual counts A cry to ripat a towns heart digging were started in 1938 Three times u bring hysteria and heartbreak Qw of them Donald Victor since then it has been down to J3 Next month an old school build in serious condition The flock of 31i that spent the regular lire go following the explosion suffering winter here includes adults and up in flames while firemen stand second degree burns nine young hatched last summer by and watch lliey11 put the The four had jimmied their cell near Great Slave Lake in thelurch to it themselves doors and the bullpen door forced Northwest Territories the big What happens then could their way into the old hanging jiest crop of whooper clucks in 21your chamber of tlie prison tJien dropped through a trap door into MIDUKT yuunjf mra sioppeu on VUJS planned In Los Heres Planned School Blaze his victims until he went to doors away from hi gained admittance on See 4 7 Fires Plague Area Firemen sine Area firemen entered the see ond day of fighting grass fires that apparently start from people burning brush Indiana Firemen answered an pens when flames sweep through alarm at today to itn old building lhe firemen a grass fire near the want to try various ways of stoptakers house at St ping the lire Cemetery For that purpose theyre inA second alarm at siulliug automatic sprinkler svsfiremen w au area near the old tenis in some sections also thick er transoms and doors in some Inspections this year touched fire showed noon Li iHSSl Homer City answered an Mils will be one school fire thai and public schools Some around noon at the Dkk Another young bud stopped ot thal uas amled aheai of J e farjn m Roule m wulh i to INDIANA ACs Indiana ACs were eliminated from the Lalrobc tournament njght This and other spurts oupages 18 aad 19 CT ff tiidi ms a tool shed broke a hole in its Ior the winter at Mingo National concrete floor and started digging Wildlife Refuge in Missouri the the end of their venture 15TC Tennis There WM report of AUdUmi tluniuco Other Features WEATHER FOBECAST Uuilii Id IXIK It Clouciy wiili occasional lorujjlil Low J9 to 48 Wmdy turning colder Saturday showerg thundei showers High 58 to roar up dralty caused buildings 10 he open htairwavs thruugli Iran lhe lest building sums Theyll lick through wooden Steveiuou Junior High School was M wall 01 the prison the ejvploCoUft Didder tilling old KIUII occurred It was apparently V w iu Uass a jilVi suns caused by of a leakuij HARRISHURC Deu Apntll M H separate fires gas main ninmug the wall of Property and Suppliis Fire Huni the ua off fruii une another 1S1W lhe other three prisoners are has received an unofficial low bid lion will watching Hie planned Dale Wattord 20 Lyun Fuller ot fur construction of six h uas bom Chi officials feel it will UkevS and George AdamB tennis couns at Indiana S I a t e cayos school tire Dec nuuh ot the guess svwk ou of niy kt wuhSi bwat ord Fuller and Wilde are Teachers College 1 kiled M persons 91 of them school safety all servma terms for second de The bidder was William C They Limits Contracts AP J   

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