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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 30, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Ait Indiana Newspaper That Evwy Mtmber of the Kami t toe wife hts riot ft lite ittwwy fcjifeljy ii StuCKf Volume 59 Indiana Pennsylvania Monday March 30 1959 leath TIBBVAS RtLliR AND SUCCESSORThe Dalai Lama loft and the Panchen Lama are shown together dr ClfhS 1916 Padio said Comnnm t China abolished the regime of the Dalai Lama in and replaced him with the rival proComniuniHt 2 01 Panchen Lama It is said military rule has been imposed on the rebellious Himalayan land AP Wirephoto Nehru uOn Fence In Tibetan Revolt By WATSON SIMS NEW DELHI Minister Nehru today At Least 35 Die In Accidents By The Associated Press The joyous Easter weekend Of 31 in revolt was marred by a record n urn 3er of highway deaths Pennsylvania 31 At least 35 people were in traffic accidents supSunday Of the 31 Double Death nvestigated n Pittsburgh Nheru told Parliament thai he ordsrwas traffic deaths during Year weekend and the ords the New PITTSBURGH P 0 1 i e e the QMgbt today Mo pin down the commenr motive of the fatal shooting of ameu that the successful young dealer in rare been ousted as coins attractive blonde government and told a questioner his government had would make firm statements on Tibet when he was in a positioncount tov thac weekend was over to make them a fourday period n all 36 died Nehru said Indias sympathies in the slate on that go out to the a comVV ment which brought a thunderous Tlle h8nway death count had Hear Hear from Parliament reaclied 1before dawn Saturday But he voiced no condemnation a co Hedeclined lo Pnday amiounce Dalai Lama had of the local and i I ItlU Homicide detectives said Robert ade inqulry lo Red Chilla on Sommers 20 pumped six bullets ousler fnto Miss Eleanor yearold single shot Spuhler 16 a head before ouslcr denied Red Chinese divorcee then fired charges that the in into his noon Sunday Both died a short time later Mercy Hospital The shooting occurred in Som 16th floor quarters in the Bigelow Apartments Miss Spuhler lived on the 5ih floor of the same building1 J Sommers operated See 2 Col 2 IJHS Board To Interview The Indiana Joint Hijfh School Board will meet as a committee a rare coin oniffht at 8 oclock in the high agency in a downtown office buildschool library to interview repre ing Miss Spuhler who had been sentatives of five architectural liis secretary ihree years fimis concerning the proposed con operated a branch office for of a new high school mers in another downtown buildiiilding on the outcome of to nights meet V VI I I his wife and was the father of fouryearold daughter night outside Wash in the predawn miles away five amily died when tcar failed to negotiate a curve and hit a tree near Slovan iwo hours of this acci ple were killed it a trailertruck ulura said near In eastern Pennsylvania a car had jumped a medial strip on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Friday night near the Downingtown Inter change and had hit an oncoming car police said Two members of a family died in that accident See At 2 Col 6 For Italy Approval MOSCOW So viet Union today handed notes to the Big Three West ern powers agreeing to an EastWest foreign ministers eonfeemce opening in Gen eva May 11 Soviet aievvs agency reported Tass said according to informa tion the Soviet govern ment agreed to attend in order to consider questions concerning Germany including the peace treaty with Germany and the Ber Foreign Mini WASHINGTON AP State Department conter Andrei jlmned today that the United U British and French ambas I States has agreed to deliver sadors and handed them the So j mediumrange missiles toviet notes reply to the three i Italy to bolster Atlantic PactWestern notes of March 26 i defenses i Tlie nofes had differences in em vr L L l Phasis but all looked bevond the Jhe agreement tends to heightforeign ministers conference to a en the importance of the NATOsummit meeting later in the year istiategy conference opening herej The Soviet government ex i I luirsday Foreign members of pressed regret in its notes that the 15 member nations already1 complete mutual understanding were gathering in Washington forhas not yet been reached on the preliminary talks participation of Poland and Czech Nuclear warheads for the tnisOslovakia silcs will be made available but Allies have suggested the will remain in custody and Two Communist nations should the later stages of the talks department declined to disMoscow it considers it Olose the iype of missiles involvedpossitle that tlie questlon of the or the sites Informed diplomatic ParticPationof Czech willslovakia shollld be solved during Include the misthe Stationed near The the representa 1011 of ljie two at t Hie confjjreiKie pf Joreigfa frgsag lalks among the of the United England France and West w r They hope to lay out the master blueprint for negotiationswith the Soviet Union at a foreign minis ters conference in May and a See Italy 2 Col and witl aliimirmmnickjflqp rubber r r 180 Tanks To Be Made S Air force pliato via AP Wirepjhoto Joint Chiefs Confident A nc Jicuum S Hi Officially described by the Army that American air and uiHuiiunif uu me outcome ot to WASHINGTON AP The Sommers was estranged from n8hts meeting the board may or Army said today that the Chrysler is wife and was the father of a may ot firms get an order within GOJ airyearoid daughter Tlie Doard wil1 also decide what oXvs for 18J new Mfil tanks at thej Mary Simmons the apartment to VSI of the ones thegovernmentowned ordnance plant telephone operator said M i s s five arhiteetural firms have alm Newark Del jpuhler who had moved into the readv comuleted i building less than a year ago walked into the lobby and volun teered to take a package to Som mers apartment AAntPrmlC Jen minutes later Miss Sim 1UlCMUIi Tone SfShe teleJ A new cleaning materials estab phone cai froni Sommers is now open foi ireanr Spuhler nCSS a the corner T iyHann off1 HCP brancJimiflel for A feature of the new Rink will Pflt to tllG II llfl tl in Pn hi 11 f j it unable to unlock the d ds m8 sanitatlon building main tkleunng all vehicles Jack Mock is the branch manthe Patton lank now the backAmerica has nuclear ager and Jim L Woods is the bone of the American armored power poised and ready in suffi cluet salesman force and the heavier BOtOn See 2 Col 7 On US Military Powte By The Associated Press r By The Associated Press The aeons military chiefs told the free world today growing missile miifht StateRoad Fatalities HARRTSBURG AP Goy Lawrence today demanded rigid enforcement of traffic laws in the wake of a recordhigh Easter weekend fatality toll of Pennsyl vania highways which he said were needless killings I have repeated my demand to state police that they strictly enforce the highway laws andI jhave asked all local enforcement County Court on the charge of with us tempted burglary Saturday eve end the on nino cve Pennsylvanias Law j fence said in statement The man Charles H Hill 21 of At least 31 persons lost Rear 509 Bradley Place Johnsljives during the holiday weekend town pleaded guilty today to the on Pennsylvania roads 1 charge at a hearing before Jus At the same time the governor of the Peace A M Cox andrenewed his demand for a stiffen iwas to CharlesHill Pleads Guilty To Burglary A man will be sen tenced next Monday in Indiana Japan Says Yank Bases to bid for work on the soberly confident statements put the Soviet Union on notice the Margaret Queen To 2 Brothers Die In Oven In Wisconsi AP janese court ruled today decision conns could defense setup in this k the strate gic Far Eastern nation It also would bring into review ANTIGO Wis boys a of tlu international fommit Meanwhile the head of tUH was apprehended by State mices Traffic Safety Council par Police Saturday night when he tially blamed the holiday deaths attempted to burglarize theon overspeeding and tired driy Charles McAdoo motorcycle garers age North Fifth St extension j People on these weekend He gained entry to the building and those just driving around oa by breaking a window and holiday weekends seem to push it Uw process of loading worth loo much from the standpoint of of motorcycle parts into a sackiunderresting ami vr p vtuvtVi j vtiiine utiu er Japwhen seen by the garagfe owner Said Amos Neyhart ihat the McAdoo son is an lndi1 Neyhart a professor at Pennsyl ol bases and troops ana Borough patrolman called ihelvania State University and also a m Japan s unconsiitutioiul State Police and troopers Blairhigh ranking member of seWrat if upheld by and Richard VandernecJinational traffic said WPrp tVto r VATICAN CITY Princess Margaret and Queen Mother Elizabeth will be received by Pope John XXJ1I April a iplomatic source today i Use Senate Proceedings For Alcorn Raps Democratic Jockeying in a charcoal oven Sun day while their woodsman father an thought they were at a movie with by lnenls made ljv Jaoaa in 1952 he surprise lhe UmtMiian Tokvo neighbors The bodies were found in acquitting out Spfcpresentatives of the Vatican ancl the lie British to the Holy And the AI corn Prinress and her morh ed when the neighbors relumed without the youngsters Dead were Lajry Kalkafen Kt WASHINGTON AP Republi joinder to claims set forth by the jockeying for headlines bv the by their Evan jjj iNpSriOllflI nfl ii viiaumaii JMcauB Democratic leaders of both houses lenders has yielded little if any fCK1ias Congress shut down for the lhils dle way of ac u j r lion tntse four basic proceedings into a lhat reccud for the Aliorn said primary and the public is session compares favorably with With respect Q he 1Jouse that of any previous Congress at com said public confidence lhe same stage betM1 shaken IS if iratu Democratic senators his and rtluted pavJoli ing ot their nelds special mscandals by of lhe leadIrnninnc teresl was made up of Demoerships IlUniUflb VlbM CiOP al today A starch starttlllttJcl il1 1957 atLr linn1 broke inlo the Mav 19 primary election i li 1 I 1 t iv i r c ro bcene the dealh tojls can cut dowa Svyistock and Vandecneck arrivedonly by more driver education and as Hill was leaving lhe tougher traffic laws Under questioning Hill admitted from what I can see of most the burglary attempt lhe during he Weekend 1 would say many of the DeO d I i HP TnHn W Iddvers involved either grog UXCUU 11f H I UUUy from ot sleep oyer HARRISBURG Is ing or the vvere divifla too men inthe last day to register to vote explained she the Tachjkawa Air out Regisiration books wont be re opened again unlil May 25 tiirough a small trap door in the top His brother was believed to iuillave in a effort to rescue the younsj child j he Gazette PKTKK The foreign ininjslers ing talks with a record Kdsous column on page TIKS FOR FIRS Huiik tuiicd Male Itigii juuip Suluii He said he long has advocated that no driver should remain be hind the wheel of n car consecU lively for more than two hours stopping he vehicle for a short spell to rest bis eyes aod f the western nations face the com uf 4 long period stalemate Set oiut tied at n the London newspaper The voters Briton newspapers exlhe ressed concern there would be Fas expls are at 1 e e s and n HllinPhie had said that if the today and tomorrow Democrats have learned anything The party headed by Geti about nepotism they learned it adjollah Hojuayounfar is 1 Hiiiiurs Uinvf M IX WEATHER FOR Parity iloudv and foi fast place in the ki Asked if Goy jure stitlemag traffic u cmfd aid in ciirtiaf down laialiiiea Neyhart 1 back the governor 100 cent iu his progrwii I liese it will he a jim one at every j with brief showers   

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