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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Smart folks find it easy to build happy home despite the high tost of living Volume 96 An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family City EDITION Sixteen Page Indiana Pennsylvania Monday December 7 1959 Two SecHons Seven Canti Million Cheering Pakistanis Welcome Ike Said Most Thunderous Reception By WILLIAM L RYAN KARACHI Pakistan AP million cheering Paki official gave President Eisenhower today the most thunderousi reception ever accorded a foreign visitor Shouting waving people packed the streets and the roads from the airport asj Eisenhower arrived f r o m i Turkey on the third stop ofj Sjhis mission of peace The President was deeply j moved by the outpouring of affecj tion and called the welcome tre IN SNOW BLANKETS COUNTY State HardHit By Seasons 1st Heavy Snowfall By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The seasons first snowstorm whipped across Pennsyl said James C Hagervania tociay closing many schocls slowing traffic causing ty White House press secretary extensive power failures and creating driving hazards Grinning with delight the Anvr Evidently Lancaster was the worst hit county ican president stood erect in the With 10 inches of snow on the back of a white convertible and ground by noon and at least a waved to the colorfully clad Pal couple inches moft expected later i a pi jampacked along his route in the day the city and rural I IT y Pakistans largest city tions alike suffered from the heavy Each time the American visitor Wet snow which moved in shortly waves his hat the crowds respond before daybreak ed with delighted roars of wel All schools in the county were I come closed Many industrial Eisenhower shutNdown Fallen wires cut off life to Eisenhower the vast electricity to several thousand A Rosier throngs roared over and over homes Bus and taxi service came wfls h and to itv nf nvii million to a standstill All roads m the I he teeming city were blocked at Passenger in his car was fatally and bnniur The town of Lititz had no collided with another auto on waved on all sides from power al places Route 36 about three miles north and triumphal arches A host of wen nearly as bad off of pimxsutawney of everv color the Cumberland County a mix Dead on arrival at Adrian Hos added to the brilliance llirt of and wind pital here was Joseph 23 downed a mam power line leavof Rossilei rainbow of he scene Karachi definitely was hapiw to the New Cumberland Army succumbing to injuries at 345 ke and Ike to see the citySupply Depot the Hamsburg a m Sunday in the hospita was and itspeople StaU of sclools Erma J Burkett 18 of Punxsu Tliousands of Pakistanis pushed See 5 Col 1 tawney Critically injured in the smash Road Crews Busy Turk and shoved their way into the broad corner square near the i I where the President and i 11 his host President Mohammed j Ayub Khan changed from the au tomobile to a stately red and gold I presidential coach drawn by six spanking black horses Then h OH majestic slow procession made its way to the presidential resi dence where Eisenhower will dem Eisenhower took wjth him make his headquarters for his 40fjwn hour stay Karachi was strung TI1K VVKAT11KK OlTSIDE IS the cars move nt a snails pace on Route 119 about a mile smith of Indiana today as six inches ot wet snow made all district roads The same scene was duplicated on all over tincounty More snow is expected today with er temperatures tomorrow pholo l up was the driver of the other car Howard F Snyder 20 of Star I Route k yj Snyder is being treated for a con 61111 iVl O 11 i cussion facial lacerations and shock i State Police of the Punxsutaw ney barracks reported that the Snvder car failed to negotiate a y Snow continued to fall to day after the county area re ceived about six inches of snow overnight The heavy wet snow and lower t em pert au res put an end to the springlike wea ther enjoyed in this area over 11 he previous several days i A full force of highway crews from the Pennsylvania State Highway Dept started and plowing opera tions where needed in all por jtions of the county i Accompanied by a westerly wiiul the snow piled up in drifts helping to make driving hazard ous j W e a t h e r forrcasters predict slightly above temperatures this afternoon and colder temperatures tonight accompanied by snow flur ries Warmer temperatures are scheduled for tomorrow Throughout the area traffic mov ed very slowly with many delays caused by cars moving in long lines State Police from the Indiana tibstalioo report snow Both cars were the greatest reception ever given with demolished Willard police said suffered a Injured In j Gun Mishap j BLAIRSYILLE A Wcstmorc land County man was wounded in a hunting accident early Saturdav High Drug Price Senators Target DemLiberals NKVV YORK API Fon otf parenfly escaped without accident overnight in spite oC the snow Roads continue to be snowpack ed and caution is urged by local and State Police WASHINGTON NKW YORK AP Former President Harry S Truman hit to The Senate Antitrust and Monday at what he called synthetic flights on all sides As night compound fracture of the skull and opoly subcommittee said today that one dm house took a liberals in the Democratic party Eisenhower himself termed the aml abrasions of the afternoon in West markup jn lle wholesale ol a new He made the comment in hand welcome he received on his several miles east nedicine derived from cortisone ing out advance copies of a speech Sec 5 Col Heavy Nixon Backing In County Man Sentenced On Assault Here j rival Rome have Sunday from most supendous I Estimates of the crowds the ever of t t Blairsville In to unofficial figure of tallies of Bands played men danced and u A people shouted vasha long Robert I homas Henderson fts fhe went man pleaded guilty and was sen bareheaded in an tenced today to a charge of sault and resulting from an attack on Mike Sapp in Green astically to this outpouring of Clark and However the companys president answered that the le wil tonight at a party in i i r ir i tundraismg dinner A passenger in the Snyder car m ugttres did not take into account many cost was injured and received dispenmoreland County Hospital Greensitems which wre essentials in the drug business a treatment at Adrian Hospital burg is 52yearold Thomas C is Kenneth Hinderliter 24 Adamson of Penn He is being Frostburg who was treated for for wountls of both egs lacerations of the head and face Inspirati From Pope For President Religion Big In Newsmen scanning the text bulk asked Truman to identify the soof the Republican leadership in The testimony came as the subcalled synthetic liberals Pennsylvania is leaning sharply committee opened a broad study Everybody knows who they toward Vice President Richard of drug industry wholesale prices he said declining to dabNixon for the Republican presi A 1 Zaycosky local game pro i lector said today Adamson was by the shattered parts of a bullet that was uccidcntly disk charged from the rifle held by llis son Joseph 12 The father and son officials NEW ORLEANS AP said jrot out of their car and were versus Catholic preparing to hunt deer when be a major factor in de The inquiry began with a sug orute clential nomination make Injured man for doctor and hos expenses pay a fine of Gov Karl K Long shunned by developed by the voters in Saturdays Demo fhp estion bv Sen Smathers DFla ls ext aso a newsAn Associated Press survey of Uiat the prices high To newsmen he identified scores of GOP county chairmen This drew a prompt denial from as lhe Ntnv Posl legislatorsand big campaign con Francis C Brown president of Yotl liave a newspaper in this tributors failed to produce a sin the Schering Corp of Bloomfield town tlial sonie remarkable gle endorsement of the president that his firm is charging gymnastics in its capriciousness ial aspirations of Gov Nelson loo much aiu Presumption as judge and Rockefeller of New York The first drug on which the subJurv of wlial is the text But the check doesnt necessar ittees staff presented noted i ily mean there isnt any Rocke its careful reading of texts i feller support at all That before Judge ivi anuj 1 had a suspended on the following l am continent ne iota turK accident occurred Youne Adamciding Louisianas next ror 1 K ish President Celal Bayer at a VATICAN CHY AP Presi holdino a rifle when it ures was a derivative ol cortisone H1 conditions Jstate dinner Sunday night that1 dent Eisenhower paused briefly disthaWd shunned by Schering ancl of of its later should Rodcefeller past has even tried tt pin a a personal trip into Penn uctionarv label on me What do sylvania to line up some backing aiul you think uf Thomas B McCabe presi A newsman asked Trumandent of the Scott Paper in discussing the textChester was represented by close publicly shortly after noon he was associates as favoring1 the New uiimui jmiuuv uigiii niai uciu unfiiy accideiitly discharged j n iieveiopeu ov acnermg the United States with other i Sunday in his worldwide quest for The vters in Saturda s Marketed under the trade friends and allies will continuepeace to draw inspiration from and nrobnblv shattered Pnmar has it is used to lo suonort the economic develoniPonP John XXIH g ound and pipbablj snatteiefl Lomsiana The Jail 9 lo support tne economjc John and be on probation foi two vtars In other court actmn today Ro ef audience with the and bert Donald successful because no Popes earnest wishes for Gods and James Mehm i Homer and T R president emerged from his today Ro f ef audience with the bullet and ravel f such ailmems as arthri H between New Orleans hrfox K asthma City RD 2 nleaded guilty to a charge of burglary larceny and receiving stolen goods They were given a suspended lenience on payment of the costs nf prosecution payment of restituj tion for the property taken and 0kerve on probation for five years The charge resulted when the duo entered a house of Harry Mc Curdy in Commodore and took goods valued a about on Nov 27 Daniel D Clawson Dixonville charged with driving a motor ve hicle while undor the influence of intoxicating pleaded guilty today and was also given a sus pended sentence by Judge Clark W He was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution a fine of and be on probation for two years He must also refran from using in toxicating liquors and may not frequent places when such items are sold The charge re MI led when he was apprehended on Nov in Cherryhill Twp Roberl Moore Homer City RDJ 1 charged with cheating by fcaud pretense was given a pended sentence after pieding1 guilty today o receiving 23 checks from the Burfau of Employment Security while hi was emplovod His sentence was suspended on payment of the costs of prosecuj tion restiluliun ot the he re ceived and be on probation for three years I H Green Stamps with purchase Rogers Jewelry See 5 Col 5 Col 3 Westmoreland Hosmtal said a Catholic led the the drua or a hundred corn record 11man field Davis a 0 a wholesale price of tist was next trailing by more roms per tablet and a proposed nriee to the consumer of i Mayor Morrison and tormer Gov Jmimie Davis a test this view cos of o not in effect releasing the textYork governor for the GOP Morrison a Catholic led the drua or a hundred comimmediately ilential nod He declined however Do what you he said 10 make himself accessible for a Truiium said he would probably direct qusetion before the George I Bloom Republican Con vein iiyi suite chairman and a Nixon sup than votes Morrisons strength was iu South Louisiana a predominantly Catholic area More than 2i per Cent of his votes came from New Orleans He wasnt ahead in any parish county in North Louis iana where most of the people go to Protestant churches See 5 Col 3 GM Resumes Auto Output DKTR01T Mil Louisiana voters havent elected1 tors resumed auto production to a Catholic governor this centurv See 5 Col 5 Trucks Collide Near Marion Ct day for the first time since Nov wait mini the duy Democratic National next year u announce his choice porter conceded that McCabe fur the presidential nomination was in the Rockefeller camp for In Truman endorsed the ihe lime being but said that the i hen New York governor GOP campaign contributor erell Harriman after the convencould easily wind up behind Nix lion delegates had gathered in Chicago The nomination was won Asked about his own viewpoint by Adlui Stevenson who also had on the possibility of a later surge been the candidate in ol Rockefeller strength in Penn 11 and announced plans to recall f called a news conference at sylvania Bloom replied another workers by the end llls primarily to hand out in Pennsylvania I have of this week itne uxl ot lne speech he will t onu in contact with political Chevrolet Corvair was the first make tonighi at a party fundpeople every day The sentiment car built today The Cadillac clivi raising dinner at which he will appears to be extremely strong sion at the other end of the corintroduce seven of the Democratic tvir Nixon But a lot of things can porations price line scheduled presidential possibilities happen to a MARION C K N T K R Two first car ntt the assemblv line Im trucks collided today a mile easi about p m of Murion Center on snowcox ered Legislative Route l2088 according to State Police from the Indiana substation It is reported a truck operated by F F Fulton lilt Marion Cen ter 2 stalled on a hill and backed into a truck coming from behind Operator of the second truck was listed as Delbert Klystone U Mar ion Centei No damage was reported to the Fulum truck Damage to the Blv stone vehicle was estimated at Put Your Mind at Ease Inside The Gazette CACiK Head about the basketball scneduled fur tomorrow night Ml sports pajjes 10 and 1 1 OFFK K Clirisiinas oiiue are ilie subject on editorial page b tmlav Hal Boyles Other Features AlDlKNCE President Kisenhower and Pope lului XX111 lauth during private audience at Vulicnii City yesterday Between them Lt Col Wallers Ikes iniei pieter Behind the Pope is the Presidents Mi Barbara Miseiihou er Tins picturt vvab taken A1J pluitographet Hubert II Wnepliotu via radio Iroui Honic Homer City Rifle Club parly toiiile 18 reasons Panv toniuhi Catholic I enter HOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS Lauip Minor I vmlfs I I lutsHur I KUilurUI H K TV WEATHEU FOKKCASl Snow tlunits and louiyht m tue 305 labie and   

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