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Special officer Robert Nonaldson, Special Special Officer Siinbeck, Special Officer Hugh Jeffreys, Gerd Augenbach and Ass'staiu Chie.f James 'Morris• 'Morris• These officers divided into two s'l-iads, and approached tho from different angles. The rear-end .•;i\.iad ran u'p against a barged wire I'li'.iur/i.'mi'nt, hut managed to over- I'onii' all obstacles and r-oaeh the home ;-.l,out the same time as the front- end sciuad. The otficers gained admit admit ta>K-e and proceeded to make a thorough' search of the p_remisf,s. They foun-.i >'ive boarders, Mr, and .Mrs. Caranu'la, and a young lad in the house. Some evidence of the explosion explosion was also found, but the com- inorr.vealth refuses to R;i\e out any of i these details, believing that it wou.ld I cm ' ing be better withheld until the trial. The pended Commonwealth, which is represented by James A. Gleason and Attorney .Miirgintti, of Punxsulawney, declare thai they have a K»y<l case against Anjri-Io Car;iinela on the dynajniting .a^e. AnKi-lo was plucod un ier arrest arrest and takfii to the lockup. Notwithstanding Notwithstanding the fact that he was warned in both English and Italian not to make any statement:; and anything anything he sajd would be used against li'in at the trial, he persisted in talking. talking. Tbe commonwealth expresses doubt as' to his guilt. Angelo place over for evidence on the dynamite dynamite outrage, they came across evidence evidence of a regular ispeakeasy and home-brew establishment. Two presses presses were discovered, as wel^ as three barrels of rasin Jack and brie small keg filled with wine. COURT SENTENES 21 OFFENDERS FOR VARIOUS CRIMES (Continued from Page One.) Penitentiary for not less than 20 months nor more than 80 months. Terrence Weir of Homer City, re- stolen goods—sentence sus- on condition that he refrain from the use of intoxicating liquors for a pericd of two years and abide by. the laws of the Commonwealth: Mrs Lucia Santwrella of Blacklick selling liquor without a license— paroled upon payment of costs and promise to refrain from further violation violation of the liquor laws. Tony SanUrelli of Blacklick, selling selling liquor without & license—costs of prosecutior, fine of $300 and im- Wils to possess one of the most murderous looking guns that the writ * 1 ' >' a s looked upon in some time. The un w ^s consiscated and in addition to t-he dynamite charge, Caramela prosionment in the County Jail for a period of three months. Soothet and H«*li No need suffering any with ibe c ^ lle ' 1 U P°" *-° t stand hearing i catarrh, HUdebrand's Drug stor? 1 guarantees that if a Hyompi outfit ;f ^' uurrying concealed weapons, he 1 ** 0 * unnatur^lwcd. does not relieve ycu, they While, the officers were looking thefoi^it themselves.

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 04 Oct 1921, Tue,
  3. Page 27

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