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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana Comity Serrw Every Mwnbw of the f r f r Present Form Not One Still Serious In Hospital H One person remains in serious condition today as a result of a twocar accident yesterday jne6r Aultman that brought injuries to jjix per sons StiJI listed serious Mrs Cora Wyatt 49 Grbssej Point Mich Hospital officials report she suffered head andj back injuries and multiple la I of the body j Termed fair by local hospital personnel are the following j Jay Little 58 Clarksburg RD internal injuries operator of one of the cars involved in the acci dent Richard Ashcroft 63 internal injuries Mrs Gerturde Ashcroft 60 War ren possible internal in In satisfactory condition are Mrs Little 67 darksi burg RD 2 possible internal in juries and lacerations of the right knee I James Edward Weakland 47 j I Warren laceration of the j left ear and a fracture of the right knee operator of the second See 2 Col 3 i In Proposed i Tougher State Approved HARRISBURG House Republican leadership today renewed its stand against providing any votes to help pass Gov proposed 3V2 per cent sales tax in its present form uEjum inaia Af Albert R Johnson the fugitive floor leader said continued his slow journey P of houses JiARRISBURG traffic lawswith maninto India on foot PrimeSundav agreed that aatory drivers suspensions for a speeding convicMinister Nehrtt cautionedlthc would have to T t shoulder Lawrence Coal Careful Course For India India n convc e eru cauone are included in a group of prpposed bills must steer a Caielsh ov Lawrence if ulcoursebetween treat One of the measures would require that any person rebels h MW ff y speeding or passing a school The yotmg godking of Ti ibus illegally would lose his 1v i s V i r T i supjjujiecii mum JHIISI sieer a trie responsibility by Uov Lawrence iful course between treaty ob r measure pass 1 lie governor disclosed the details of the proposedRations to Red China andied in the House as it now package ma weekend statement isynipaihy for the Tibetan Johnson made the comment aft er a weekend speech at Bradford in which he forecast an early promise on the stalemated tax is sue Sen JamesS Berger Repubti can floor members of license for 15 days on the firstibet and his ot ou re on a second offense one year on a third eel Towang near Indias withinfive years and permanently upon a fourthilated northeast frontfeJ L within five fday at about the same times j All of the nine bills which are the Red Chinese were install to be presented to the General Asingthe rival Panchen Lama1 i sembly this week are based upon in the Tibetan capital of lecommeridations of a bipartisan Lhasa committee Proposals dealing with j As the exiled racing I to Sentence Man i I For Attempt Burglary Four were his caucus are cognizant are 28 Republicans and 22 Demo the Senateand a responsibility that we will whenever we get any tax hats the linerKUIs I Worn an Two Others Hurt BOZEMAN Mont AP A J miner angered when his Ipve was purned killed a woman and seri wounded two other persons Sunday in a small apartment Iwhere six children lay sleeping I Mrs Sylvia Dudley 44 was by a 22 caliber bullet in Ithe stomach She was a twice county employe I Her son James Dudley 24 was Ishot four times and his wife Alice 24 was wounded in the chest j and arm Four of the children are None was injured Warren W Hollywood 32 a for Imer miner surrendered to Sherl Donald J Skerritt about an1 hour after the shootings j No charges were filed immedi itely I ASSISTANCE ACCIDENT of the injured victims ot Aultman are shown before the sceneof yesterday incident occurred car was traveling in the Gazettephoto t Charles Harry Hill 21 rear 509 ing The second offense within five Bradley Johnstown pleadedyears would bring permanent reSea l hadsounded trumpets guilty to the attempted burglary of vocation j beaten drums the Charles IVJcAdoo motorcycle i herald the Dalai Lamas coming XTfttrirU j rt feet above trumpets n in of were injured i the Remain At Large Today Bingfs Wife Confirms Baby Report JESSUPS of state police Na tional Guardsmen county police and Marines captured motorcycle garage on North Fifth Street ex tension in Indiana the Weekend of Mar 2829 in the to parts and equipment fiom the garage Hill admitted the attempted burglary and was ordered to pay the costs of prose cution a fine of make restitu tion ofthe property and servedent from six months o three years the Western Pennsylvania Corecting March tional Diagnostic Clinic at thedecline Western Pennitentiary It was reported he had a rifle in his possession when he was appre hended and was also involved in similar acts of burglary elsewhere Peter Leltza 203 North Morrow i BlairsvHle pleaded guilty to the charge of operating a Democrats have only 107 House members with 106 votes needed to pass any legislation Rep Stuart Helm head of n t i nciin neaa 01 It was believed the next stage the Hoitse GOP Policy Commit the journey to Tazour on uj WASHJNOTriw hfnfed n he of the journey to Tazpur on the tee reiterated Bramaputca River in Assam state in 3 anothea xiayr ered oiif foot since it lies more of tiie rugged Hi over whiiSi Tibetans feUuie the revolt end H they can switch to Communists fcfter ionv promise discussion was held 09 tile measure at Sunday nights J ftfVP maalinrr utes at the Wliite House with Sec retary of Labor James P Mitch 68 miles froni Towang and farther See 2 Col J ell c T iess Scretary James C a President had vehicle after suspension of his op President ha cratin rivilee Mitchell in to get a report crating privilege He was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution a fine of and spend 90 days in the Indiana Coun S lalCSt UreS on the ForPayBprse Racing Bill HARRrSBURG leg stage was set Way for Red Charge liGroundless1 Grant made the announcement Sunday after she arrived b begin work on a picture The Anatomy She said the baby September or Octo lSUtutlon fspend 90 days in the Indiana Coun l Jlie wi made iaBC wa sfr tm s BS j m itix gc j M ISHPEMING Mich AP J Two otheis who might be from Patiixent were nickedvehicle wthout Ring Crosbysxwife has confirmed UP m southern Marylands Calvert County andcould reC0n8ent the groundless a Soviet charge violation of cor Iridor It sau Rogers FBI Urge Pressure Police Lt W W and placed on probation for said two airplanes flying low overione year the araa had accounted for the Michael Dursxj 514 North Pitts capture of six prisoners early tn Cohnellsville 1 WASHINGTON statewide reterendumoh theissue Asked whether that means thatof whetherto legaMze parimutuel ithe government will report an imirace betting would come upfora the reduction of unjvote this week Hagerty replied only But the Wesjfc new statistics are pretty moreland County dezjtist who says OIM i motor vehicle whfle under the i V Crosbys marriage to tiie pretty Jhe of them intoxicating liquors t actress Oct 24 1957 William P Rogers FBI hidden under the he ordered to pay the costs of The last ofticial a horse race predicts a surprised friends and relatives J Ediar Hoovej short time later they locatedprosecution and a fine of dating fouraslied federal prosecutors to keep Iwo more going into the fence on Germany r m cooperation with local I ee died in 1952 after a JHlaw enforcement agencies State Department press officer ness Ooni th jncoln White expressed the Kathy gave birth to a son last of US lew atwd a new fjurry of evj August He named Harry was t0rnts Bing nickfar riot tllis air flights i have developed into a morning when four refused to return to cells threatened guards and jKathys home slate T I u in jjusil agitllltSLj 3TeXe In honor of which he announced inPai1y Center JOLLVWOOD AP Dobbie Reynolds i April 958 NonOscarM Appearance For Debbie ihe never in his bet a penny wmujai a race predicts a count of the unemployment was rough road ahead in the A etn If r h ii for February Tliis wasi ReP H J Maxwell D said an increase of over Jantne proposal has a better chance imrv i i T o Indian army GOP meeting in the foothills Thaye heard talk ouWidethe caucuses and party meetings about making the tax a per centacross the boardlevy butbelieve mel I have heard ing official ojn this Berger said AtfBradford Johnson looked for the early compromise but to say along what specific lines TheSmethport lavmaker dictedrthat both sides wouldgive a little to settle the deadlock and that it wouldbe resolved in1 the best interests of the i George t TBloom Republican state chairman saidin a week endspeech at AJIentown that Law rence might help solve proposals to stop deficiency spending Bloom listed three proposals and If Gov Lawrence is sincere abput safeguarding the p u b I i c reasury I suggest he come out in favor of these proposals ana that my help solve the deudloek on lis emergency tax he said Lawrence should Simpson Doesnt Want GOP Job ot passing the House this hv tha then ever before in flw many pasti years it was offeied for considLi 1W jthe necessary steps to curb ex jtfavagences which mark Democrat a plan to he explained pushover to get 197 Mony Fqce Opposition In May Primor Ballot Positions For Indiana White Twp Persons SRiJkinv nartv n f f wont be there o face Eddie Fisher aivJ Elizabeth but Hollywood mav still have to find uomina lion for positions in Indiana Bur ana first ward is Home limong those whose names were lirawn f Iveek On tlie Ions names position in Indiana Borough GOP candidates for F Earl M ballot the per candidate is D Clair FreidJi and Luciie Simpson A 100 of the biggest names in inoviedom will be seen u tndidates mctudfk i T JEven wont be any AP l of Last week jne House Law and 1eflclncies Th bjenniuin and Order Committee slapped Assenv lommiltw nush tag on the measure by piCk up the a better adjective than colossal tnairman it u were amending it to stipulate that the properly describe tonights big T Academy Awards show of the question of betting and lee have expressed a preference corn who be placed on the May 39 pr ballot Is their enough iime for such a AuotherPage 2 Col 2 Go along with a bill requiring agencies under his jurisdiction to I q lit buyers Dora candidates include Nojman Pfeiffev assessor and Jyeaueth Third ward in shows D Jones fhi the assessor s post mary Kltrtion ballots the toliowing in the lol in fourth ward the Democratic for est star to Jngrid Bergman mak ing a sentimental return to Holly wood her first in 10 years For a while it looked as if Holly s triangle backstage no script could hope to Inside The Gazette page 6 conducts an interview withthe ly Organisation sea dog and Harry joues match But Miss Reynolds remove her ir r William S self from the show Saturday She1 W Parker Ruddock audi in Borough the Utiiio Iressltr and Harry C Clayton for said she will watch it ai Gir 1 J 11 PJHA SU4C HI U LWll Jl At llUllitf Ofl Kring Mary Rita Hart1 candidates borough council caadidats for Dl DemotTatic fori Producer Jerry Wald had RalDltA u n TowusbiP iucludelulBd Debbie Hal Boyle on JSoi ih Atlantic STC Tiie Stale Teachers College conference champions next your with a pugcs lu and It too will tlvelr Other bajiof JS 5 II IJ liIJ M 2 in set up quarterly budgets add stay the budgets so a mad rush of speinding is Bloom made the statements aft er saying that Lawrence in fur Republican votes ta pass his 3W per eeat sales and companion bjills nptftiftg jjq return tor RepubUeatt coopeiaUaA to save the Commonwealth from tiwal Of Old Airport   

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