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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family With lots of women when the shoe flts they take it off and buy smaller pair fr Volume 97 City EDITION Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Tuesday December 8 1959 I wo Sections Seven I I K Fierce Winter Storms Lash Europe 67 Dead STRONGIKE of three faiths and Marine honor guarri stand oeside flagpole and floral wreaths placed on USS Arizona m observance of 18th anniversary of Japans sneak attack on Pearl Harbor Bodies of men lie entombed in wreck of sunken hull beneath deck platform Chaplains LK are Captain James W Kelly Protestant Lt Edolslein Jewish and Cdi Joseph Geary Catholic Behind are hills surrounding Pearl Harbor lAP VVirephotoi Snowstorm Quits Temperatures Low Pilot Tells Of Record High Flight Blizzards Floods Cold Weather LONDON AP Fierce winter storms lashed Europe and the Atlantic for the third day today Mountainous seas blizzards floods and freezing temperatures took til lives The latest victims were the eight seamen of a lifeboat jcrew smashed on Scotlands jBast coast The lifeboat had set off to rescue the crew of a drifting lightship and was driven ashore The lightship later radioed that it had been able to stop the drift and was riding out the storm in St Andrews Bay eavHy rains and high winds bat tered most of the British Isles S nowstorms and cold again dis rupted transport on most of the Continent Bailie ports in Poland were closed Hundreds of cars were snowbound in Denmark Rain and continued in most of heavily damaging Iruit crops The situation eased at Frejus on the French Ricra where more1 than 300 persons lost their lives1 in a dam break last week Buses Diid two cargo ships had been or dered to stand IK to remove per sons from sections in tase of floods j In the Atlantic nous j waves up to 30 reel high buffeted great liners putting them as muchj as 24 hours b mud schedule SAMK OLD STOHV Nurse Patricia Brrindenstein helps make Mrs Manuel Schiavo more eom iortable in a Pittsburgh as husband looks on Last Christmas season Mrs Setnavo badly injured her right leg in i tnl from i hukler cleaning a kitchen window This year she broke her left leg in a tall from the same ladder while cleaning the same window In Homer City Kiwanis Talk The storm that blanketed Indiana County with six inches just trom an American captain che The captain of a French navv c M i u i a weather frigaia reported from far and more ot snow Sundaynight and Monday has passed but and weightless m the black void out jn the Atantc t have continued low temperatures have caused the snow to remain at lhe edSe space 19 miles State Police from the Indiana substation report that above the the story Hej caution is needed on all roads and highways pilm wh made put 500 ships Officials ot the Pennsylvania Department of Highways a u on tlie word British Coast Guardmen an report that crews worked throughout the night to open K vc swerecl distress signals from thej c i i 1 i r i i i i 11 I Ul I I tilCc r 11 111 some ol the rural roads that were drilled shut by the blowJr told an interviewer Windl afttr4 takinS off froi coaVt of Some of the remote area roads Laiitorma s Air to dtck and hopes his oltice will achieve when he assumes the post tarly i Introducing the new district ati devoted by unworthy men to last Sunday in a McDonnell prepared ro hoist the crew in 9fiO torney was Cluir Patterson prowicked h said low temperatures and some wind the overhangmcliffs Speaking at a meeting of the Homer City Kiwanis Club e Malcolm defined the three goals as R Roblv u rhe AdlaiGets Top Applause Swedvh freighter ex driven ashore on the rockv east coast of Scotland A line was Gambling Lewd Books Shows New DA Target HOMER CITY District A Homeyelect W Indiana last night outlined three objectives he misconceptions ot the Asks Arms Action KARACHI Pakistan AP P re s i d e n t Eisenhower io a crowd reflecting this nations poverty today Called upon all national lead ers worthy of the name to join in an enforceable system of disarmament But he made it plain both the Uniled States and Pakis itan are determined to be strong so that we may be in ia better position confidently and effectively to search out paths to world peace with Backing tip this theme hower and Pakistans President Mohammed Avub Khan in joint declaration nonCommunist countries to maintain their de fense alliances as a bulwark against communism Winding up his second day hre Eisenhower was acclaimed by Pakistanis on all sides and haied by the Pakistani President as one of the worlds greatest champions I of peace Eisenhower sorted out his eventfilled day by appealing to Americans everywhere to wipe out all prejudices as e contribution to peace He spoke to U S Embassy employes He witnessed cricket match and a breathraking display of spectacular Pakistani horseman ship Observing Pakistani tradition he put on covers for his shoes placing a lily wreath on the tomb I of Pakistanis founder Moh Ali Jianah He and Ayub Kuan whisked ove the city in a U S Marine Ccvps helicopter to look over a rehabilitation center for refugees His speech ro 3 citizens tion at the polo feld Adjacent to i the presidential palace was a ma jor one and the highlight of his 40hour stay in Pakistan i About j in in the sun to hear him His remarks i translated inlo their Urdu j guage i We are now in nuclear No scientific discovery itself is jevit It becomes evil only whin remained closed today Continued temperatures and some wind evelle7 ol 000 to overhangins will keep crews busy doing ibout I ton British tiie day in an effort to clear all ofPulled the stieii Luck into my belly nad heeled tiie county roads and headed almost straight up Neither the State Police from tThe shP was almost flyless at Hie Demothe Indiana substation nor the Inrhe there wasnt any atmos OvVM NIW YORK crats held a Lig four beauty of 19IJO Monday All her See Blizzards Page 7 Col George on the crew of 5 chairman f the evening K McConnick new president e club ireslefl le r IJIC tka ttt hourdiuna Borough Police report accidents over the night night police urged all drivers any pheric resistance to the control to The instruments showed 1 was possibilities Monday nigh it was par of the plause the winisoluiely necessary for them to Stevenson he isnt seeking S0e 7 tol Trimarchi Okay After Surgery Civil Wars Last Veteran Worse tial and bused on applause the winisoluiely necessary for them to be time but tell it because ner was Adlai E Stevenson 7 fol 1 WdS weShtless t was dark HOUSTON Tex AP Con Stevenson he isnt w ragt l 1 was a slow motion sort of thing federate veteran Walter Williams the nomination jf Nevertheless of seven men who Here allied to he lectern before a glittering jampacked crowd of Democrats the lops for whooping machines and playing of numbers out of the county 2 Stop obscene and lewd hows at fairs and carnivals thai are held in the county ul various limes Try to the of obsence literature In discussing rh third point the Guests were Indiana attorney told Kiwanis that Mrs w S Greenwald and E L it is too easy for teenagers and Foreman a member of the Blairs children to obtain this type of lit ville club MaliDim in 01 points Speech focused The entire must insist that the conference than force be used for settlement of international dis Kveiy nationaM leader worthy of the name must partici pate in this In their communique A meeting of the board of dithe two executives reviewed s rectors of the ilub is scheJukd worldwide political questions par atlentian ou next Monday night above or actually his fourth bout with pneu 1 could make out the layer where mmja this year and his doctor the atmosphere thins out That ocsaid Mondayhe had taken a turn curs about feet Also 1 could see some o1 the curvature College of cle earlhs surface 1 Then when I lull a little below for the worse Williams 117 last surviving vet eran of the Civil War armies hud a 101 degree temperature Monday began to get some the ami hollering went to K James Trimarchi The occasion was a Lodge Road Indiana is in satis honoring the birthday ot Mrs i factory condition in ieet Franklin D Kousevell it fuiuv Eye anil Ear Hospital where he ovei rlv surfaces of at the end ot weekend meetings underwent surgery early today 1 1 VMS rolling in New York of the Democratic Mr Trimarchi is a member of I lighted myself and bedridden the past two vears Advisory Council More than the Pennsylvania Turnpike Comcame Dr Russei ill Democrats paid a plate to mission and chairman of the Indi Because of its weightlessness is a combination uf thius Attend the evint and look over ana County Democratic Comthe twin Jets only J5 the field mittee miles an hour ar it went over the Former Harry S Tru Hospital authorities did nut its JJectory Gaining man and a major portion of the Morale on the nature of the See 7 Col 8 daughter Sec Mitchell Urges Third Strike Party j WASHINGTON AP Secre Pittsburgh Victim Of Transit Strike Iticularly dealing with relations be tween nonCommunist countries and the ChineseSoviet bloc They reaffirmed satisfaction over inweasingly close coopera See 7 Col 7 Helm Returns After Illness nionju party bigwigs Tru man bouncy yncl ebullient as ever presided over the beauty It was handle J with the essence of tact and as u indicate no preference for any of the presidential hopefuls 9 There was no head table tach of the aspirants and potential cau didiates sat w th party leaders at separate tables When dinner ended the curtains parted on a styge There seated in a semicircle with Mrs a new onset of pneu lives here with his Willie Mae Bowles to suiirvm their long ilis pule to some thirl party possihh the governuvni tor solution Mitchell told a news conference the time has rhe iudus trv and the j n f PQ t lender was back le captol scene today after a absence due to ill Escape With Weapons 20 Of N Carolinas Worst Criminals In Prison Break PIITSBURCH AP The Steel Citys largest mass Williams who celebrated his lar ol James P tivinsit sysleiu was struck today by bus and trolley HARR1SBURG AP Rep W hut 117th birthday Nov 14 has been lirSld steM labor and manoperators Hours later inainiuoth Irallic jams developed Suiarc Heln1 piominent Autos were bumper Io bumper as they moved inlo tlte downtown business district In at least two places cars were backed up three miles Hitch hikers by lhe hundreds stood in weather HHm Mouse speaker in the 1M7 The walkout ccming niar the session chairman of the GOP Union lo seriously icek ing recommendations from fact CHARI AH lialing group or from the governAll American Airlines tliglu itself IVY veil and Truiirm in the middle ol North Vohias worst crmthe were three senalojs broke out 01 Ivy Bluff Pnonthi1 whom have been mentioned the Democratic rumination I Truman olHmislv relishing role called hi in to was the soul linesse See 7 tol 2 C harJened criminaU maiming ihemvlves type you in The escapid iiicu ivpuried federal maximum securitv armed a Mibmachine Jim of stales AU luy prison in San 1runcisco rifles iiiKf for They uverpoweied their icirds Normally lunisii fewer than 10 all nd witii an arseiia of Ivy Bluff is m an isolated Fifieen oilier i area l3 miles northuesi of Riiigh to join in the br ik Ho A huge manliUMi was imdej way and JO miles m the The convicts reaped in irs vMit rea melU He recomiiK that both sides voluntarily agiee to let ei ther a board of ihf Feileral Mediatitiii and Concilia tion Service make recommcndu tiuns for a A third method he said ould be for the parnes to agree to sub mil their lo binding urbi tratiDii or the Ufcision of an oui All three Mischell seem lo dim to fall the s of President Misenhow er I he Pivsineui said in irosu i was held Vlundav bv Charleston to Chichi up about iiO minutes a bomb scare The delay cauu telephoned AnuMicans office m inciniuili that a bomb be placed aboard tile plane which had stops there ami in Indianap olis peak of the Policy Committee this season dire fly affects 115 000 Kirraiining daily He was admitted to the All available equipment was pressed into st ice by LS other bus companies lomiuuing to oper ate in the area The big busts on Pittsburghs narrow siretis helped contribute See 7 S season is Arm strong County Memorial Hospital in Kitianning Oct 17 and trans ferred to Presbyterian Hospital io Pittsburgh Oct 29 where he underwent surgery for ulcers See Supinkas page 8 ad on Inside The Gazette The Picking Is Better Allstute bulk gal Batteries liV L Mo ex Scuis Roebuck varieu of iiti guar Co x A huge maniiuMi was imdej way and JO miles m ihe Virginia The convicts c in North CaroliiKi and sduthern state line Comnlctid m Ulli the truck but Virginia as UKhardened convicts prison is a red brick slnniure ed stolen m i with a louriViir tart before the bv i righ fence 101 R A break was discovered stole auto with barbed ul piisouers s mobiles near N last seven ul US m break began at appareu ly I a lined out u a mates were in ol mai IIIIIL no lirchous themselves to escape work the tionwide Hiiied that the pubh i settled than which thai ciC mi Raleiyl ilit in It ii a before mji Thursday more com rued the Mecl d nulf the meliod bv union sou iireeiueul until 1 m lhr i jiou TU i guards Ivy Bluff is considered the oners work ui a huge rock qu wry were iound S H Jitieu Stamps with Mates toughest pnsuu State PrisSOO yards the prison build The break ppiieiilly wa n every purchase Kogers Jewelry tus Director William I lliiley ing Three of who es upcd neered by Charles Stewart lllxR has described tiif in1 were among ilif mni comicied 01 j See 20 7 tol INS1UK Victor Ritsil lubii I cour Sre liisii Lews lauui is biitlier both NATIVITY 1 St io Stene is featured in Other features use pails tun SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS s 11 i i 1 ITM talk WKATHKK KOUKt AS 1 i and Mlc suitrtjr I spoil 11 II I I Murld t IJ   

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