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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County Newtpaper That Serves Every Member of the Family V finises wit Ms income tax M Twarity ii tMarch 27 Two Sections i Vi J On Future Invalidated Moves in Germany GOOD FRIUAYEleven year old Rosemary Delsardo of Pittsburgh reenacts for the photo Kiapner a solemn custom observed by Roman Catholics on Good one of the five fcoun i o esus rucified Ap photo Christian Faithful Today DWS Way Of Cross In Action RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil U S consul here said today the pass of EarlvBfille and Mit jchell Ostwind Pittsburgh fii nanciers have been inval idated They are under federal indict1 ment for fraud and conspiracy in con n e c t ion with operations of Cornucopia GoldMines and have been living here more thanr a year Belle and Ostwind were indicted last Oct 31 in Pittsburgh ondhargj I es of transporting checks in infer state commerce after the had been taken and converted by fraud i Belle once held high offices inj Comucopia and tlie Eastern De velopment and Investment Corp In Rio de Janeiro after the in were returned bothj Belle and Ostwind denied wrongdoing j1 Ostwind declined to comment on the consul generals action anjaj said he did not think Belle woulfi either The lifting of the passports means Belle aod Ostwind cannot travel as U SL They stai remain herte if they By J M HIGHTCnVKR AP Briiainj France and West jGennaijiy were reported gen jeially favorable today to U S njaster plan for negotia tions AJith the Soviet Union on Hie future of Germany The aim of the plan is to achieve the tinilicalion of West Germany and Communist East Germany in stages over a period of years This would Ikgin with creation of a loose federation and end with the conclusion of a German peace LUXURY LINER UNDER WAV WITH DAMAGEWith a stack and ventilating funnels from an oil tankerstill perched on its damaged bow the luxury liner Santa Rosa heads for New York with more than 200 passengers aboard alter a collision with the tanker the Valctiem early yes terday treaty Europe of Berl tions on forces in central and an end to the division n also are envisioned as j ishmg Fleet ff Alaska and Brazilian Garden meeting in Geneva and a later summit con as proposed to the Soviet by the Western powers iChrist was cruoified A foray Tenebrae services marking the By The Associated Press faithful of followed the of the Cross on this Good Friday T NEW pink a lion In the Jordan section ot Jerusalem pilgrims and tour General William C Afon the loose latterwas up to ali 01 many lands attended at the Church of said both Belle and Ostwmd persons attending d dress rehearsalThursday night jpuicner Hundreds toiled up Jerusalems narrow informed their passports the Ringling and Bailey Circus at Madison the Thar missifefired Mvw where alfMa d them He said as far as he knew 1A on impromptu and terrifying act for about reral Flav has recovered they have not yet turned them in unutes was Ponto heavily waned 800pound lion said This is the third capsufef The passports can be validated I one ot the j9rSest vis species in captivity He wafnhas been nicked in W again only for return to the tJnited recaptured in the lobby No one was injured States Both are living in Rios Ponto broke through of Copacabana section with theirhis cage and started roaming KONNERSREUTH Germany I arouna ire the I JUNEAU Alaska AP i v aciviutrs manning me by a big Soviet fishing fleet into death of Christ drew thousands of KAtcc Paters off Alaskas Bristol Bay mlorimc IC A IMP tlJIlAjl Bis species in captivity He wafnhas been picked Slle tests the Tluirsday nights firing as an extension economic cold war of the NSub Skate In Another Polar Cruise imirsaay nignrs fmng was aimed at a spot slightly less than Cjf i VlA fllll VOlinck nn uuu Jl t jthe full range of an imtermediatej I range ballistic missile the Air i Force said The range of an IRBM vanian is about miles state j The Air Force said good radio fore V l me e o a sen o seaswc pi gnms to this Bavarian tence in Dallas for embezzlement happened to be sparselyj j missile du were barred her surrendered his ipiassport to the populated WASHINGTON AP The Tbe spherical plastic Paul J Smith director of the v r Mrch spectators stood their dear submarine Skate has a magnetic tape Unemployment Compensation Bur ma bless benefits must act be ednesday to seek federal finformation was received from the aid th State Labor and Industry during all of its flight j Department said Thursday tonl T CvMi4U Benefits who have exhausted their laters off Alaskas Bristol Bay pilgrims to St Peters in Rome off protests up und down Pope John XXIU after he north Pacific Coast today part in services at Romes Santa The presence of the Soviet flotilcroce church finished work on in a region where they have his Easter message to be deliv Therese Neumann today nr U I 1 4 w kilia J thousands of ProteanTand to those of Benjack Cage a Texas insurlveyed he leaped qver the arena niflri M nst on the crossbut some ance a 10year into a section of seatswhich ni i i f iiitiii vuttlulIC NCI ViCCS It All lhe objections however coumri may be futile because the up American evangelist Billy aids oi oo trawlers and auxiliary a Vririav oul mm ciear submarine Skate has made a magne issels are clustered in internamessage to 8 tu 3 y tvery Good Fridii in Brazil ground not knowing what else to another visit to the North a power r jional waters where ships of all jn rain a beachat crowds of fugitive who Others scattered and broken all records for dist radio marker beacon dye for ad will be allowed only to have free access beach AusLralja s led past the womans Brazils climate is William AJ Naumann the lionsiance and time under arctic ice water to nelP locate the1 persons who are on the federal But the fact the Soviets arent tlie stigmata as the Douglas accused in Oklahoma of trainer dashed after Ponto with the Navy announced todav sphere and also what is known as rolls Violating any international law n aninial bleedings are called rustling about 200 cattle and trans whip chair and pistol Ponto The submarine logged 3 090 a sofar bomb when Het liidnt diminish the chorus of conrQITner Kl GO n S ls now 60 and porting stolen cattle across for the lobby It immedimiles and remained under theice xPloded water provides inwould a jobless worker be eligible i i crowd not allowed in bestate line to Fort Smith emptied for about 12 days on this trip to ships on the dis Alaskas acting governor Hugh READING Pa AP A r h u Douglas managed a ranch owned Apparently the huge beast was cruise began from New and of the II Wade caMed for fournation farmer was killed Thurs Roma authorities have by Austin W Marlow riorthnesti following the scent other aniLondon base several h I day when a tractor he was usine nevei Olcially recognized the ol Keota Okla Haskell Countymals in the basement menagerie ago V stones overturned and of Mss Neumann but Atty Tom Followellsaid the catHe vainly tried to tear down the During the trip the Navv said i flames neither have they advised that tie were stolen from that door to the basement the Skate came to the surtarl in frm nrvJ 1 i aeau reminded claimants that fed jvica to snPs on the distance for m eral Pensa rol Canada and JaDin of Robesonja 1 to hrinp tin to urne an no flamo either they advised that tie were stolen from that ranch ac Sfo UnS The victim was William Fromm they who arrived here ini Frustrated he tried to climb ontimes once exactly ne Nor ut 10 n t November is reported to have to a telephone booth m the lobby Pole run At Vancouver the hidemiles west of Reading United Fishermen and Al lied Workers Union called on the I Canadian government to ask the to hold back its 1 The Navy which has been keep j Ing the Soviet fishing fleet under as part of routine pa duties didnt indicate anyi flarm i Rear Adm Arnold W McKech BigPage 2 Col i 200 Striking vVorkers In lant Fight MECHANICV1LLE AP IA force of striking paper N DeWitt Roy i Bogota Reminder Of 1955 Moscow Trip 11 T i a i icru iu ila Vc tit i i uic Medoras Grill bought a ranch in cenMen with an aerialists net cor The submarine broke holes 189 tral Brazil iiered him there With Naumann llirough Hhe ice ca in orderto j directing a cage on rubber tires reach the surface WS WRU In some areas there was confu sion lie said since workers con strued strued the federal mova as pro viding extra weeks of benefits oa top of the 45 weeks of state and federa benefits already provided Pennsylvanias unemployment compensation law allows jobless RIBimr lely stored away hat this latest exploit of S1 r HARRBU RG State The perspiring trainersaid Ponatomic submarines aemonliraSd16Department MS statemeat iv worke i benef I t f to had never given him trouble their ability to time of tnevear in a re on authored by N publlshw of the Gazette who it One thing was missing Ponto Aboard tlje famous never let go with even one ioar were Cmdr James F crewmen move and statemeat 8iv lect a of nlulticoin efits hmf get g U6S Pennsvlva law w ma Youth Runs Into Vehicle The pioneer submarine Nautilus w which made the first traSsS conducted that voviie TSi ioff be uil w March teade d8CllWn Uie COnunOn A Juslke But no on benef other US commentators and editors This will be the final ivorkers battled salaried employes coJuum ID this latest series as imd police in Iroiu of a struck Mr Hay will return to Indiana IVest Virginia Pulp and Paper Co ilaut Thursday night 7hree olficialt wure Licked and slugged the company BOGOTA C Today The frcoforall broke out us 14 ivmind iccinen atlompled lo escort 1C d me of tho wurkwrs into lhe plant day in J955 Moments before Mayor 1 was in was i ouurii WIIKIUS lamed the day alternoon when he ran into polar explorer who died last De7 a car in Iron ot his home at 1141 1 ly exist He is not a theorist i We were told that wlieifMass is The lad reportedly ran from his It is customary following tne Priest facei lhe congregahome to get some boys he had left with heads of govenmiejits the Place world outside and ran into the street for a member of our group to wllere thls occurs This is done when the incident occurred with a present the president with a the authority of the Pope vehicle operated by Elizabeth Ann Jliis morning 1 was called upon While getting on the bus each Latsliaw of 1007 Wayne Ave out in the halflighl of the North See PinbaUPage 2 Col i Solid ripe bananas 10c Ib Calif Sunkist oranges 3 Large sweet cantaloupes 39e each Shortys Fruit Market ne unem apply be in Th mean t i was laiitfu 01 iwu Wayne AVP olumbia Mar for this chore The gift 1 wonan in our gmup was 8ven air Alter examination at the I m was OurAmerican corsage A native orchestra ana Hospital the youth w iul beaulifui book which I believe he and sang during the entire It is reixirted ci beaulifui book vvhidi I believe he appreciated lnl the Indi was re enlire leased It is reported he suffered a small nit on flits head 1 will never forget many of his Durmg luh al a filie res He is the of Mr awlAirs laurant lhe orchestra continued to Jack R llenrv emurks He was vwy smcere and pltiy for us making lhe JdCK uSsUonr to our curious as to who From the palace we went into Returning to Bogota we witness Thurs The Gazette lial Buyle inminuuis today on a wife should visit the husband at lhe olliee See page On HA enue Burea Found pleaded with the strikers to M o s e u w and up he dgmunsfration visited with This is anarchy This is lawStalin and Lenin he shouted to the their final ng throng resting The company resumed paperPlaces This day N QeWitt Ray nakinglast Friday It divided 250 was intended to be one of rest coai 1UUW at home ialaricd workers into threeshifts our group but as usual they We entered the mine at entries ent fail hwn hay lott operale lllachiues us Thatwas Palm Sunday for me the couutry perhaps aO miles to ed a bull fight in a small town I f a salt thought it saw a tired bull getting the ay WAf ri would be scunething comparable to works and left Some sUived lor aay 4RD mine home but I ww the of this bull nd toUJ1tv larm after 8tt The life of a big league manager is the toyic on the spurts seciioa pages H Other Features 4 W11 41 WT Fair and colder touight High Saturday 40 to 45 Low tonight re than 30 state and 15 fed of unemployment coot on s to get up to 30 weeks of s A federal antirecession authorized workers to additional 15 weeks of ben Pennsylvania ever the original federal is to expire April 1 cutting lefits Congress recently the cutoff to June 30 the measure stipulated that could apply for the federal s after the end of March erson getting on the rolls iately prior to April I could about 13 weeks of federal loymetu benefits Anyone ig on or after April 1 would igible for federal aid move was designed as a for tapering off the federal Smith said DepdlineNeors Pa Stickers RISBURG Motor Vehicles at Hurrisburg will bf open iu order to accommo otwaiuiug 1859 U IK ta the plaii progressed The foreign ministers of Britain and France are to discuss the pro gram uith Acting Secretary of State Christian Herter here next Tuesday West German representatives will join the talks Wednesday in advance of broader discussions among foreign ministers of all the North Atlantic Treaty powers meeting Thursday for a NATO 10th anniversary session The preliminary discussions are pointed toward an EastWest for eign m May ference Union Thursday It is an open question whether be interested   

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