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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 21, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Every Member of the Family One of the saddest thfogs about long arguments Is the way they married life Jhtftatut 108 Thirtytwo Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday December 21 1959 DIXONVILLE MEN CRASH VICTIMS Spaniards Give Ike Big Hello m By CARL HARTMAN MADRID Hundreds of thousands of cheering Spaniards today gave1 President Eisenhower the biggest welcome this country has roared out to a foreign visitor in modern times Flagwaving crowds lined the streets and hung from trees and jammed balconies as the President rode into Madrid with Francisco Franco at his side Eisenhower is the first top Western leader to visit the Spanish dictator who wore his generalissimos uniform Worth Lowman 23 Dixonville killed when this car crashed Saturday night i Spectators let loose one roar of cheers after another as Eisenhow er standing upright with out by in a stretched arms rode bubbletop limousine Eisenhower making rhe next to last stop of his 11nation tour flew in at Franco who had arrived at the airport 11 minutes before stood with the President as the national anthems were played Then he presented his daughter the Mar jquesa de Villaverde with her husband Franco considers this presidenti al visit a tribute to his support fj of the Western Allies against corn It is a far cry from the atmosphere of a few years ago when the United Nations held the Franco regime to be a menace to peace Today the United States has some of its best forward bombing bases in Spain In fact Eisenhower landed ate Friday night at Sagamore was Clifford Allen Leasure 19year old Rochester Mills youth Leas ures auto swerved off Route 210 and struck a culvert He died In Adrian Hospital Punxsutaw ney about two hours after the Tjjiishap Winter Snow Arrive Here Together Prospects of a White Christmas i 19 Indiana County are at a high ief pitch today Winter officially arrived on time Dec 21 and so did the snow A storm front pushed its way in to the district early in the morn ing and showed signs of continu ing throughout the day About four inches of snow were deposited on the area by noon The weathermans forecast says cold weather will remain and mat the area may expect addi tional light snow The storms arrival also brought B warning from police and state highways officials that roads of the county are hazardous and that Franco in his welcome mented on that This base of Torrejon built with the formidable assistance of the United States and sheltering both Spanish and American wings in close companionship is a sym bol of our Franco said Franco expressed hope Eisen howers epoch making tour would lead to a just and durable international order Eisenhower said his visit fulfills the ambition of almost a lifetime He recalled that Spanish men and women had carried Spanish cul ture into America He recalled that he was born in Texas where Spanish explorers passed centur have come here with a mes of American nation future and a cooperative effort for liberty and Eisenhower said I say to Spain and the Spanish people that we are working to gether for a world free of war and hunger and for peace liberty and Then the two moved toward Francos car for a short tour of the big air base before a triumph al drive through flagdecked Mad rid 10 miles to the west Ult anu mai A cod wind of nearly 30 miles motorists should drive with exian hour had spectators shivering treme caution State Highways crews will work D I c f on aroundtheclock basis in anDIUil Mb I Gil jffbrt to keep roads open and inj Jnn Minorc Pod condition Composer Dies MILAN Italy Lom bardo internationally known Ital ian composer of operattas who of ten teamed with Franz Lehar died In a Milan clinic Sunday of a res piratory disorder He was 90 TOKYO coal miners were killed and 10 seriously in jured in a gas explosion feet inside a mine at Fukuoka today Kyodo News Service reported The Japan Broadcasting Corp announced at least 12 more miners were still in the pit which is 800 miles west of Tokyo Separate Mishaps Cause Death Of Worth Lowman Mike Kozenski On Roads the accidents were and Mararel Si iMike Kozenski 45 son of Mrs Ann a Domonick Dixonville These fatalities continue to swell the number of highway accidents in the Indiana County area resulting in death to district residents in recent weeks DIXONVILLEMichael Kozenski met j MARION State Police deah instantly about last night while Worth Lowman traveling north on walking on Legislative Route 480 about two 119 Saturday at failed to and a half miles north of Clymer State Pojtiate the curve at the inteSec ion Led hce from the Indiana substation report toslative Route 480 at Marion Center 45yearold unemployed miner was LecSn d down an center of the road by a car operated by Thecar came to rest near the rgilrdad u u j T 3 me icu came to rest near t Henry Hibbard 34 Luthershurg R tracks running along Route 119 D 1 police said A i i i LJUVVlIlelU WcJ According to the report Hibbard had i of the accident Lowman was traveling alone at the time Mikel Kozenski 4 k Inside The Gazette SHORT BASKETBALL The AllenScott Report today on page 6 explains the strategy board directing the Nixon campaign for President ALLENSCOTT An abbreviated basketball schedule will be conducted this jveek on district hardwoods See the schedules of Tuesdays Barnes on pages 24 and 25 Other Features Local Pastor Named Monsignor By Pope Father James Brady pastor at St Bernards Church in Indiana for the past quarter of a century has been named a monsignor by Pope John XXIII In the future the local Catholic pastor will be known as Right Reverend Monsignor James Brady The announcement of Msgr Bra jdys honor was made today by Msgr Cyril Vogel administrator of the Greensburg Catholic Diocese following the recent death of Bis ihop Hugh Lamb The announce Iment was made through the apols tolic delegate in Washington D C The same honor was bestowed on Msgr Marian Rosenthal for mer pastor at St Louis Church in Lucernemines who is now pastor at Transfiguration Church in Mt Pleasant The title of monsignor carries with it the right to wear a purple cassock instead of the usual black The honor is conferred on a priest by the pope at the request of a bishop in whose diocese the priest labors A priest chosen for the hdnor us ually is a member of the bishops official family or is a pastor whose exceptional work seems to merit special recognition The be stowal of a monsignorship puts up on a priest the seal of his bishops high approval but docs not give any increase in priestly power or authority Msgr Bradys official title is do mestic prelate and makes him a member of the papal household Dont pass up the opportunity1 makng the announcement give your children a puppy said tnere vvould be no change in assignment for Msgr Brady JUed whenstruckby this car Sunday night Photos By Sipos RT REV JAMES BRADY new monsignor Give A Puppy For Christmas to give your children a puppy fpr Christmas The Indiana Animal Shelter has some fine puppies available now Some white part Collie pups are waiting to become some childs Christinas present These dogs may be obtained for a maintenance fee Call Inj diana HOpkins 57354 after 4 for further information At Least 27 Accidental Deaths In Pa just passed another vehicle head ed in the same direction when he came upon Kozenski from behind Kozenski was born Oct 24 1914 in Cambria County the son of Stanley and Anna Mistaki Kozen ski He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church Dixonville United Mine Workers of America 1489 Clymer and the Slovak Club St in Clymer Surviving is the deceaseds moth er Mrs Anna Dominick of Dixon ville and the following brothers and sisters j Joseph and Jchn Pittsburgh George Jack sonville Mrs ISlowek Philadelphia and Miss 1 Stella DomonickV Philadelphia Friends will be receivedat the Bence Funeral after 7 today A brief prayer service will be conducted at the funeral home on Wednesday at with a Requiem High Mass at 9 in Sacred Heart Church Rev Father Wiiiiam Coleman will be the cele brant Interment will be in St Eliza beth Cemetery at Starford The Rosary will be recited at 8 Tuesday in the Funeral Home WORTH LOWMAN JR dies in accident By The Associated Press At least 27 of them traffic in Pennsyl vania over the weekend It was the third highest lis Year for both hnliHnv anH I I USW Firms Meet Again Oh Oh The Rush Is On Aladdlus Lamp Mirror Edlloi lal 6 Huipiui Motet u Obltiurick 10 Society SporU TV Kiidlu IN Dance New Years Eve 102 Su kol Club Blair Reservation call Gridley 98695 or Blair 1355R Mu H sic by the Skytones World Today i WEATHEK Cloudy and cold with occasional light snow continuing today and Tuesday Lows tonight in the mid20s High Tuesday 32 to Schroth Lumber Indiana closed Dec 25 through Dec 27 Open Mon Dec 28 109x8 this year for both holiday and non holiday weekends surpassed only by 36 deaths the New Years week end of Jan 14 and 35 March 2729 Meanwhile state police and other law enforcement officers began making preparations to increase the patrol of roads over the Christ mas and New Years weekends in efforts to cut down the toll In the other fatal accidents fire claimed three lives and one person was electrocuted Killed in multiple fatality acci dents were Clarion Frederick W Ginkel and Mrs Grace McPherson both of Oil City Friday night when their car collided with a coal truck 15 miles north of Clarion Tarentino 17 Quakertown and Janet Sames 16 Richlandtown Friday night when their car hit two trees near Quakertown Killed in other accidents were See At 10 Col 1 Driver Hurt In Car Crash State Police from the Indiana substation report a car operated by Louie E Dellafiora 23 Coral ran off Route 119 about a mile and a half south of Indiana yesterday about Dellafiora police said apparent ly fell asleep causing the vehicle to leave the road and strike a fence He was treated for lacera WASHINGTON AP Union and steel company negotiators meet today for the first time in 10 days As they gathered the companies were saying new and higher union demands prove the A 1954 graduate of Green Town ship High School Lowman served in the U S Army from May 1936 to April 1958 and at the time of his death was a member of Co B 458th Engineer Battalion of the U S Army Reserves The Dixonyille man was employ ed by the Fisher Scientific Co in Indiana He was also a member of Lodge 1582 International Association of Machinists and Lodge 833 L 0 Dixonville The deceased was born Jan 20 1936 in Dixonville and lived in that community all of his life He is survived by bis his paternal grandmother Mrs Oscie Bowman of Ill Iwo brothers Kofejffo E andWil liam both at home and five sisters Joanne ara Falls N igglllF Aleene Mumau of Commodore It and Kathryn Janet Carol and Beverly Jean all at homfe Friends may pay their respects at RobinsonLytle Funeral Home in Indiana after 7 today where services will be conducted Wednesday Dec 23 at The Rev Donald E Miles tor of the Twolick Baptist in Dixonville will officiate amt in terment will follow in Bethel Luth eran Cemetery near Military rites will be conducted at the grave union is responsible for the deadinors and was ordered to pay the lock costs of prosecution and a fine of Union President David J or De to the Indiana Donald retorted it is the companCounty Jai for three months i 1 i n l 11 A u 1 Sentence 4 On Minors Beer Drinking Four men were sentenced today before Judge Edwin M Clark on charges of furnishing alcoholic beverages to minors Ernest Wayne Visnick 21 104 East Philadelphia Indiana pleaded guilty today to the charge and was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and a fine of or spend 60 days in the Indiana Coun ty Jail Charles McCurdy Clymer al so pleaded guilty today to fur uiuv nishing alcoholic beverages to miand the Gray Walter W Williams irn j i If 17 in of o f nHn Last Civil War Veteran Dies At 117 HOUSTON Tex hut the ranks of the Blut ies that are out of step The United Steelworkers reached new threeyear contract agreements with major aluminum companies in Chicago over the weekend clearing the way for Kenneth Wallace and Francis Moss both of Slickville pleaded guilty to the same charge today and were ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and a fine of Union lay in state today in a gray and gold uniform symbolizing his loved Confederacy he served ly a century ago The nations flags flew at half staff by executive order in honor of the Civil Wars last survivor his comrades and the soldiers of or be confined for 60 days With millions of Americans weeKend clearing the way for TU J T their top officers to resume the Tne two Shckville men were apthroughout our land I pause in sSei talks Federal meSors win I EisSower sliTn PreSfdent industry negotiations the aluminum took form McDonald issued last week a new 10point steel demand In a weekend development Dr See 10 Col 1 These arrests and sentences j released by the White House the result of a crackdown in Williams won countless battles this area on adults who provide against serious illness in recent beer and liquor to minors Officials said the investigation into teenage drinking will con tinue years He died Saturday of com plications that followed his fourth attack of pneumonia since sum See 10 Col t Truck Sold On Wrong Side of Bus Cattle Truck Collision Kills 9 Persons Near Tuscon TUCSON Ajiz GreyStewart of Del Rio iui iavia ui LKI appftrivir uiiu Mrs Lliaru tions of the face forehead andinound and a cattle truck traiently missed a keep right sign dondo Beach Calif scalp Damage to the car was mated at veling on the wrong side of the road collided about eight miles least of here Sunday killing nine Mr and Mrs Charles Rodden Re Give a beautiful Fruit Shortys Fruit Market Wayne Ext where the road divided for re Benito Casanova 55 Guantaii pairs The truck he said was on the wrong side when it struck the Los AugelesloNew Orleans bus amo Orienie Cuba Carmen 53 his wife Carol Hall Rwd 38 304 Chest persons i The bus driver and six passenj The doubledecked truck wasnut Pensacoia FJa theihulin8 67 steers from Pearl Grogan 64 Los Angelas God bless that maa who told 109x dnver and his relief manMiss to Arlington Ariz others aboard the SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS S H Green Stamps with Killed besides Stewart were jus to sit still and shut said Ronald Philip Spence Las VeDelois Games 39 a restaurant live critically gas and Hawthorne from Los Aflgeles If U Also killed were thirty head of relief truck driver i werent for him we probably Homer City Rifle Club party to oite Turkeys 4084 READ OUR ADS M wuxi vi tn i i mull v WaluUj every purdiase Rogers Jewelry caulemostly calves Some other Barney Boyd El Paso would have hurt each other try I ajiimals were maimed and had to driver of the bus jing to get Give a beautiful Fruit Basket Florence Minium 65 Kingsville Osbelia Osbit Butlw 24 ol Shortys 1ruit Market Wayne Highway Patrolman Jimmy WilTex Moses liams said driver James Johnny Lee Roddeu 7 Lake Wash and RichV
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