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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family According to some people iml means looking sloppy In ex pensive clothes March 28 RE CHINESE Holy Day Marked In US Celeb City County Uprising Reported Smashed RKADY FOR RECORD TRIPCrew members of tlie Submarine Skate gather on deck ready to gel underway from tlv U S Naval Submarine Base at New London for an other record trip under Arctic ice S Isavy Photo via AP Churches By The Associated PresS Atop mountains and in jglens in the open or withinj the confines of amphitheaters and churches Americans will jcelebrate Easter by the mili ilions i Most of them will mark the holy day in churches but many also will take part in traditional public observ ances Of course the day will bringout paraders in new bonnets and frocks too and the biggest gath ering of these is on New Yorks Fifth Avenue i Fair weather is expected over most of the Cation j One of the great outdoor observ lances will be the sunrise service in the Hollywood Calif There some persons are ex jpected to hear a sermon by Secrej jtary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Ben1 ison one of the 12 apostles of i LatterDay Saints Church j In Oklahomas Wichita Mounj Mains near Lawton other thou1 See 2 Col I DADDY GETS OUT HIS OLD HAT FOR KASTKR The fact that Daddy wears his old hat while Mama gets dresved out in a Seven Die In Crashes ashing Pa Ceremonies WASHINGTON auto ran off a highway and smashed against a tree near the town of Slovan early killing all five occupants Skate Heads Home in Holy city After Polar Cruise Two hours and 10 minutes earlier a headon collision on mm Route halfmile east of gtorr killed two personsR 7 GTS and injured five others jl 7 i Killed inthe Silvan crash were Keyrnond Ayers his wife Mary 20 their about 5 V Robert about 8 months and Ayers sister Hazel State police said the Ayers lived JERUSALEM Jordan Sector in Cleveland Ohio and Week ceremonies were returning home after visiti I I Q III today approached a joyous climax H18 relatives in Shinnstown W with solemn Holy Saturday rites Va wliere they formerly in the Basilica of the Holv an TOKYO China claimed today it has smashed an uprising in Tibet and stalled the Panchen Lama proCommunist rival of the Rebellious Ralai Lama as head ot a new regime i An order by Premier Chou iEnlai abolishing he Tibetan government nominally headed by the Dalai Lama under idttress by the rebels had torn up the treaty he signed Jin with Red China j A broadcast by Peiping said the 123yearold Dalai Lama had been j abducted by rebels who rose j against the Red Chinese overlords Slast week I Peiping charged the rebels had jbeen armed by supplies air idropped by the Chinese National lists The supplies included radio equipment The rebels attacked Lhasa March 19 and were defeated in two days of battle Peiping said It listed rebel casualties at captured The Red Chinese troops fcinall arms 81 ma chineguns 27mortars 6 mountain guns and large amounts of am munition the broadcast said Peiping carefully refrained front PITTSBURGH Pa AP Anassailing the Dalai Lama the Iiv old threestoiy manufacturing ing Buddha of Tibetans and the building burst into flames here most nian in the land of I Friday night and was destroyed lamas The revolt was blamed on ths local government and an new faster bonnet is illustrated by these two cat pictures AP Whephoto Blaze In Pittsburgh I in less than two hours The blaze fed by gas from a valve PP R TOIIM IT AVNBITT Officers said the car operated A V chre at the altar near the scene by Ayers failed to negotiate a r nuclear submarine Skate of Christs burial and resurrecshapr curve and ran off jis heading homeward today after dramatically proving way and rammed against a tree atomic subs can maneuver under Arctic ice within missile1 Hundreds of pilgrims and tourThe car was demolished The range of the Soviet Union anv time oi the vear sts Clowded the church within crash occurred about 2 on The navy said the Skate had completed a 1Jday voyage rie CiN under the Polar ice in the process smashed through da the ice several tunes to come to the surface wS ANCHORAGE Alaska AP This booming city was in com I I fj plete surrender today to a wearv but happy baud of modern sgn Pmiting finn and the iteers who call themselves the Manulactuhng Co Michigan 59ers i Within minutes after the blaze rp j started shortlv after 10 p a Ihe men women and wall collapsed A group of f ire auicklv mush suttut clique quickly rnush badujd by dten Lama a committee set up fot vfyufclap i called the Tibet Autonomous1 Re The building housed the original i gion Committees in Crispy Crust the Ed governing regionsjrf 2 Col 1 A ward Kiesslmg a screenproc COS COB Haven Conn AP Railroad has The takeil lite i a on the Tibet Revolt Reactions Irks Reds i Reds rant Break With West trek to a newbarely got out of the new states debriSi of Jerusalem Route 18 about 16miles north of out of service the engineer of permitting gas to escape broke on a Washington passenger train which had to be f i feed the flames Firemen f i The crash east of Washington derailed to from plunging tlle Louis Cornman and William Rice Communist press lashed back to spring sunlight claimed the lives of Walter illto the River j lheir 17 cais and trucks 6 were hit but remained on duty i day at Western condemnation of trailers and 2 cargo trailers The c r a s h i n g bricks also Red Chinas suppression of the VIENNA Austria AP The ciaimea me lives oi waner w The Navy mentioned only of the flooded the basilica courtyard as Boswell 56 chief deputy scientific aspects of the trip but Christians of many creeds from of deeds for Washington w the military significance was obal1 of globe prepared County and The lar trip which made last summer is now be insisted the trip ex data By The Associated Press BK1RUT Lebanon AP Iraqi Communists are putting new pres sure on Premier Abdel Karim Kassem to break with the West ern Powers by suggesting litunal Sbdel Nasser is the Wests cats There were growing indications f today that Gen Kassem is being overridden in his forget Nasser a campaign to check hotheads of his revolutionary regime ditions in winter temperatures and Tlie Iraqi Communist party orto chart the bottom of the gan Utihad al Sahaab ignored this Ocean I advice declared the recent I Mosul uprising should b looked iipon as an imperialist reactionary in which the President of the United Arab Republic played the rote of cats Kassem has publicly proclaimed a policy of positive neutrality and has given the impression he wants to keep friendly ties with the West I despite his increasing reliance on the Soviet Union lor economic and I military aid Baghdad newspapers said the eminent has taken over an See 2 Col i vjous to celebrate the anniversary r Christs resurrection the submarine surfaced r n i riven b of the blessing of the spokesman said the engineer trailers ana cargo trailers The crashing bricks also Red Chinas D Smith of Mnmaroneck p to with sheared off utility wires sending i Tibet revolt would nnr wnrk ot tiieir worldly possessions blue flamesdancine a tango on Tlie wide i Miss Geraldine would not work pending the a eir possessions blue flamesdancing a tango on Tlie wide publicity given to Swead 21 of Cleveland outcome of an investigation into inclutlmS tools wiln which to the rainsoaked streets as firemen Chinese was compared Miss Swead was a passenger in Fridays accident Carve a llvm8 from the wilderfought the blaze in 27degree ternin Austrian newspapers to the So NO one was injured in the jperamre viet armys suppression of thu mjuieu me ae I llie fire broke out In reari956 Hungarian revoltirked the Washington her mother Page 2 Col 7 at the Chrirt as the ligluofj ihe the Stone of Anoint Simi Christs body is said to have been anointed after r i uovr uvru auunuril a for New London dcath on Ca trom which t de The pcitriarchthen proceeded to it the Sepulchre where Blast Brings Many Inquiries his The rattling of windows and railment A formal investioiliW FunIoving boisterous anchor The lire broke out in the Hungari ordered It probablv be Ke gave lhein a theyll of the What caused it Communists jheld early next week and require probabl not soon forget was not learned An investigation Reds were especially an iless than a day to complete the llure vvtts a escort from1 will be made Black smoke bitgered when the Western press and spokesman said the mitskirls of Anchorage to lowed from the structures and the Voice of America carried I The derailment occurred shortly before noon Friday ate Fnda t ci r See SkatePage 2 Col 8 At the ornate Altar j See 2 Col 4 the sound of an explosion shortly after 11 a m today brought a tlood of calls to the Gazette and police officials concerning the cause of the disturbance Reports were heard from Purkwood IMclnlyre Aultman as well as Indiana Jets were reportedlyflying In the area and U is believed Ihe blast may have been the planes crashing the sound barrier ui riiiLiiorugc 10 uuiii uie suucuues anu meullc wi miicing tariicu 9 re the SHers stepped Hames were visible over a wide statement by Acting up a red carpet to a greeting by aea As a precautionary move tary of State Christian A Herter as a local Mayor Hewitt Loimsbury and Bremen evacuated several apartexpressing deep shock about avor ewti made up ot five selfpropelled dignatarifs CMS and a baggage car There was a wonderful feast at approachmg the Cos Cob a modern restaurant and there drawbndge the river There wag friendship alaroS t em were about W passengers aboard Ronald de of Ihe tram had started from in the area After Wrong Letter Kansas Mother Of Year Reverts To Plain Mom Easterto Be Clear Cbol i ruthless suppression of human lib erties in Tibet and the determined effort by the Chinese to destroy the religion and culture of its A sharp rejoinder was made day in a front page editorial ia j the Austrian Communist registrations were Daily Volksstimme Indiana Borough The paper assened that in the of Thursday as the registration drivefirst place Western lies nears its Monday deadline being told about Tibet and argued iderlul group of people we have Twenty two the new regisrhat nobody could really know Jacobowiu said The way trains were Republicans and 18 what was going on there because Register 40 New Voters the recorded in ui iUllv ma oft j Forty stopping at the riverside 5Jers have had l u on the east sule of the a the tram was to cross peopje P See 1 2 Col 3 i our people liuve worked together Democrats In addition four the country is so remote getting here 1 dont think will Peisohs changed their registration Then the paper went on to ar have too much trouble on the lo Democratic and one switched gue Whats all this about free Republican dom anyway The fact is that i The homesteaders will remain n Thursday six Rethe feudal Tibetan monks have together in a cooperative venture and three Democrats most of the countrys population PeniKxIvuma had generally ul ne here were registered in clear but cool weather today after nwy vvjlt pool of At Armagh U persons signed as Who is crying suppression and a bout with snow sleet hail and resources their tools their aud six as ryin with a little lightning and aad iaiis thunder that made Friday one of j The Registration Office will be when the brutality of Belgian Republil talking about freedom and human Volksstimme demaaJed Elderly Woman I LiesNear Death the must in the Common Dance Tonight Club his year Music by leiTonrs As much as lour inches of snow fell in the Krie section and the W Dance tonite Sat tfx Joduv at it WASHINGTON Kan question was put to Mrs county seat Mrs John Selfridge he Krueger who had gone about Daniel A Poling of New York of Wichita chairman of the state her chores for tlie past week in chairman of the American Mpther selection committee said she tried the belief she had been chosen Committee which sponsors the serepeatedly lo reach Mrs Krueger aWs of the Pocouos The Kansas Mother of tlie Year has lection of state and national mothby telephone Friday night to 7xslm liail Nvas widespread in reverted to being just plain moth ers of the year Here is her explan lend the of the state and Pennsylvania which who has live chilshe toKl Mrs Krueeer was Highway plowing and cindering crews were called out to meet Fri1 days early spring storm and er bubble burst after the To Routine letters new of the year for a liule while anylluu UlIOSi le stale was slowed Daily Capital printed lnday members are mailed bv New York Mis Knitter lold nnvvx ljv highways Savoy imtil 9 todav and to 9 Monday French and Bjitish colonialism continues in Africa Dance tonile Sat tfx She learned Fridav tlu LlOlnitlS i the collar ol her home was lhe hllllor dven alld Rrandchildren is a not reported still in critical condition Wdt 1 fi T S 4mP il Was fim 11 Cuuiiiv llus e e Routine letters new ut the year tor a liule while any CAPITAL NKWS The lighter side of llit1 iiiv s is again on editor nil page 6 Sie HilnuMl s sillustia Lf Ki us I h d o Also ready and man who broke the news congralu Words cuuldnT explain morning her picture and a story headquarters about her receiving the letter waiting was in Friday when her ninvf afitr in lations to bti W Kansas happy my husband Krue on ed hiisbl d An SlUlJ llululries nwtim of the ooce siie was ger she said 9 s fcrcsi mi bunis aT Ula comniitlte 1 wanted to go to New York uothe tbe f ames 8Plcct A derk Ul the New Vork tvvo ucirnes a Kallaas mother of fa yeal elterthe Bu samehow makt thai Mrs Krueger had not been offering Mrs it nominated Krueger One of the rtnardt of being liwi The N last shl3P is How was it then that MJS Krueger learned of the erMS mother of Uie year would have lry new Si 1 Krueger a Wyearold farm worn ror from a newsman who reached been an invitation to New York Of Attv wilti ihe sun appearing and ilie how leiuptratures due to range up lo aboul llle 5U mark iu tiaV Hie conditions for Appeared good for Caster the cast was clear and cooi AhLCOliNTV Tlie AllCounty Bukvtuall Team is Jiaiiiid today See spoils 10 and 11 Notice Eagles Dance Saturday Mar USth Mu sic by Rythin In Blue FriSat its Feafures AUdduii L t lattifietlt umu 1lUftkAUldft IS l U OliUuniici Suclttv Itta Local Woman Hit By Car Mrs Twila Bwringer 65 South Seven h St is listed in satisifactory condition in the In diana Hospital with a broken leg tts a result of a accident last night Mrs Berriujjvr was repot tedly struck by a car operated by Uf waneu VShitteu Indiana ixussjng the street at tlie of Locust hit aud Scsanth accident occurred about S 5 p m Police Krueger a bjyearold Jann wornror from a newsman who reached been an invitation to New York nalitical aH f AH Motor Jim closed Faster an recened a letter notifying her her by telephone at her farm home foi the annual Mothers Conferbaueh for District Atlorniv 19Ux that had beea oluwea lftear Kansas euce Way 55 S Attojne Jair tonight atid Sunday Low U north to 35 socih VVanuM Sunday atteinuon High 4U lo oU lyaw Sunday 7 til   

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