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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Too many drive around on streets highways under the in fluence of bad judgment Volume Sixteen Pages Pennsylvania Monday August 3 1959 Two Sections Sevan Cerrtt IKE f NIKITA EXCHANGE VISITS Poland Veep In Long Session With Top Polish Reds Cheered At Every Turn By J6HN SCALI WARSAW Poland President Richard M Nixon met for more than three hours today with Commun ist chief Wladyslaw Gomulka and Premier Jozef Cyrani Crowds continued to cheer him at every turn About enthusiastic Poles gathered to watch Nixon place a rose wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in a solemn ceremony honoringPolands war dead Many in the crowd cheered him with cries of Live 100 a tra i ditional cheer in Poland An excited Polish worker bolted through police lines and grabbed Nixon in a fierce hug almost knocking him down Sentence Duo FOP Burglary Of Cottage Polish security agents pried Nixon loose and pushed the man roughly aside Nixon was startled momentarily but quickly regained his composure The vice presi dents aides said the man meant no harm and that he wanted to Sentences were given today to hoist Nixon on the shoulders of the five men appearing before Judge crowd Edwin M Clark Foreign Minister Adam Rapacki author of a plan for a European Rtchard Ray Painter ZQne United charged with burglary larceny States has rejccted sat in on and receiving stolen goods was meeting with top Polish sentenced to pay the costs of pro1 secution make restitution to the owner of the summercottage he cried many spectators as the Vice Pre entered fined and drove thr0ugh the city in to the Indiana County Jail for 30 black automobile flying the Amer days Painter was charged with bur glarizing a sumpier cottage in the county along with Carl Alfred Rager Clymer RD 2 Painter pleaded guilty to the charge on July 9 Rager charged the same as Painter was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution make resti tution to the cottage owner of j and serve 60 days in the county jail Alfred James Leeper Blairsville charged with failure to reveal his identity at the scene of an acci dent pleaded guilty today and ican flag and the red and white Polish banner Herbert G Klein NixQns press 1 officer reported that the calls on Polands Nikita Accepts US Invitation MOSCOW AP Premier Ni kita Khrushchev has accepted an invitation to visit the United States in September the official Tass news agency said today President Eisenhower then will visit the Soviet Union later in the fall the agency added REMOVE ACCIDENT VICTIM FROM CAB OF are shown assisting Richard Carnahan 18 Shelocta in freeing his leg from the truck in which he was a passenger that wrecked yesterday in Shelocta Operator of the truck was Albert also of Shelocta The truck and a car operated by a Pittsburgh doctor collided on Route 422 yesterday afternoon Both occupants of the truck are listed fair today in area hospital Gazettephoto by Sipos 1 Critical 2 Fair In Accidents Hfere mds oresident Alexindor Persons were injured one critically in two of the See NixonPage 2 Col 1 agents reported by State Police from the Indiana Sub Rockefeller ExMaid Plan For Wedding KRISTTANSAND Norway AP 15 Accidental Deaths On Weekend By The Associated Press Fifteen persons including the station over the weekend son of a Scranton radid and tele Listed critical in Lee Hospital in Johnstown is Frank vision station owner died in acct Byers 36 Apollo R D 3 injured yesterday at p m at dents over the weekend intersection of Route 22 and Route 56 in Armagh when Eight persons were traffic fatal Byers received a possible fractured skull and abrasions of the right knee Police report a car operated by Susan Petrusic 21 180 the motoicycle he was riding and a car collided in the inter1 drowned and four died section n otner accidents Frank L 23 son of the owner of WDAUTV and WGBI Radio was killed Saturday when his car smashed into a tree on a D i T tar smasneu imu a iree on a Baline Johnstown traveling south on Route 56 pulled curve near Lake Ariel He was was prosecution pay a spend months in the Allegh the costs and a formerjinto the intersection in front of Byers headed west on Route fine ln 22 itL plan a late summer weddine in n f I eny County Workhouse The accident occurred on Route 22 in Burrell Twp on July 22 Leeper was involved in the acci dent with a car operated by Tho mas King of State College John C Pearce Glen Campbell 1 charged with operating a motor vehicle after the suspension of his operating privilege was or dered to pay the costs of prosecu tion pay a fine of and serve three months in the Indiana Coun ty jail The incident occurred Feb 25 in Banks Twp Pearce pleaded ear lier and appeared today for sentencing Joseph L Guzzo Punxsutawney 4 also charged with operat ing a motor vehicle after the sus pension of his operating privilege pleaded guilty today and was in structed to return Aug 31 for sen tencing The incident occurred June 22 on Route 119 in North Mahoning Twp Break Ground For Building Ground has been broken for the erection of Gattis Professional Building on Philadelphia St beside the Gatti Drug Store Offices are already being small Lutheran church in Gov and Mrs Nelson A Rocke feller of New York said they are delighted at their sons engage ment to Anne Marie Rasmussen 21 pretty blonde daughter of a prosperous Kristiansand grocer She is a wonderful the governor said Announcing their engagement Sunday the young couple did not set a wedding date But a friend of the Rasmussen said it would probably be Aug 22 It will be performed by the Rev Olav Gautestad in the Lutheran Church at nearby Soegne The pastor is an old friend of the Ras mussens The Rockefellers are Baptists The governor has indicated he and his wife will come to Scan dinavia for the wedding I cant imagine that I would not participate in the wedding of 2 Officials Editor Face Libel Suits BEAVER Pa Beav er County Court today received information charging two state of ficials and the managing editor of the Beaver Valley Times with criminal libel The charges were brought by William G Neff former county State Aud Gen Charles C Smith his deputy J Alexander Jacobs and Ralph Temples of the Times sometime ago before Justice ol the Peace Raymon Solero but he did not immediately file the infor mations in court He gave no rea son for the delay Neff also accused the three men of conspiracy to falsely accuse of 22 Damage to the motorcycle was estimated at and to the opened in the floor above the drug elore The addition of a onestory build ing beside the store will house various professional offices upon completion later this year a and th third of his parents five children first met Anne Marie when she came to the United States in 1956 to learn English and worked for a time as a maid in his home She left the Rockefeller employ in 1957 to work in a Now York department store then worked for an insur ance firm in New York The girls father Kristian Ras mussen appeared with the couple at a news conference Sunday Wlth ing libelous statements car Two Shelocta youths are in fair condition in area hospitals today after being injured yester day afternoon when they were pinned in a truck that was in volved in a collision with a car at Shelocta Albert Stiffler 20 operator of the truck received a fractured right leg and other lacerations He is in the Indiana Hospital Richard Carnahan 18 a passn ger in the truck is in fair con dition in the Kittanning Hospital with a fracture of the right leg Firemen from Indiana and El derton were summoned td stand by while both youths v ere cut out of the cab of the truck by workmen using a torch Police said the injured Shelocta residents were pinned in the truck for about 45 minutes It is reported the truck headed east on Route 422 made a left returning to Scranton from his summer home in Lake Ariel Other accidental deaths included Han zek 15 Johnstown drowned in Lohrs Pond Saturday NORTHAMPTONJoseph Tek lits 37 Northampton electrocuted Saturday when a short circuit de veloped in the drill he was using See 2 Col 5 West Cheers Meeting Of Ike Nikita GENEVA AP The chief Western Allies today acclaimed President Eisenhowers decision to exchange visits with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev as a step toward advancing EastWest prospects of peace Diplomats said the mostimme diate result would be to put the Berlin crisis on ice They also foresaw the possibili ty that some new approach to a Big Four summit conference may be opened They were particularly cheered by Eisenhowers determination to maintain a Western solid front on cold war issues by conferring with the government leaders of France Britain and West Germany in ad vance of Khrushchevs visit to Washington V Secretary State bl ristiafi A Herter issued a Statement say ing I welcome this move and hope it will be helpful in ad vancing better relations between our two Associates of British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd said he welcomed the Presidents agree ment to meet Khrushchev Diplo mats said the British government hopes the talks will open the way to a Big Four summit session French authorities were slower to react Officials in Paris said they thought the talks would be useful They added that they saw no harm to the Western position The West German government warmly welcomed the meetings and believes the talks will bring the necessary clarification as to whether the prerequisites for an EastWest summit conference can be an official spokes man said in Bonn See 2 Col 4 Khrushchev Due In US In September Ike Trip Slated Later In Fall By MARVIN L AEROWSMITH WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower an nounced today that he and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev will exchange visits this fall Khrushchev will visit this country in September Eis enhower will return the visit later in the fall No exact dates have been fixed Eisenhower said Khrushchev probably will spend about 10 days in this country two or three of them in informal Reactions Mostly Good On Visits conferences in Washington As a preliminary to Khrush chevs visit Eisenhower will go to Europe later this month to confer with British Prime Minister Har old Macmillan and President Charles de Gaulle of France In response to a specific ques fr said that he aiso confer with West Ger manys Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer somewhere along the line He said the meeting would not necessarily be in Bonn Eisenhower called a special news conference to announce the planned exchange of visits In response to questions he left up in the air the possibility of a Big Four summit meeting after the Khrushchev exchange of visits with He said such a conference was absolutely impractical un ess there were advance indica tions of positive results Eisenhower smilingly described his announcement that Khrush chev would visit this country in September and that he would re turn the visit later as one of the yorstkept secrets in a long tim The nouncement President was m WASHINGTON U President Eisenhowers decision to exchange isits with Soviet Premier Nikita Chrushchev drew generally fav highly enthusiastic today from members of Congress But approval was not unani mous Sen Homer E Capehart RInd protested that it looks ke were again being taken in y the Senate Demcratic Leader Lyn don B Johnson of Texas applaud ed the Presidents decision I believe that this is a type of exchange which could do much for he whole he told the Sen ate t iews men Also there Word earlier from congressfptfal sourc es that Eisenhowers confer ence call was for of stating that com ing here Khrushchev has bejesri throwing See 2 Col 7 Small Blaze At Home Here Indiana Firemen responded to an alarm shortly before 3 to day to the Fred Koozer residence at 1298 Water St when paste be ing used to apply new wall cover ing to the kitchen was ignited by the pilot light on the stove The workmen who were remod eling the kitchen had the fire ex tinguished before firemen arrived Thre was no serious damage Tomorrow On ISTC Frank Frisch To Speak At College Convocation Neff was fired as manager of turn in front car traveling in 39 Cars Off Rails HARR1SBURG AP Pennsyl vania Railroad repair crews work ed today to untangle wreckage left Sunday when 39 cars of a 72 car freight train derailed south of nearby New Cumberland No one was injured but the rail roads four tracks were blocked by piles of twisted rails splintered ties and mangled cars Calhouns Ser 3rd Phila St Grand Opening Free gifts 299x Party1 tonight Catholic Center 297 the State Workmens Insurance Fund after a fivemonth investi gation by Smith of Highway De partment records in the county Smith said a scheme of kickbacks was used by Neff in the county unit of the department Neff de the charges Homer City Riflle Club party to night 59 reasons 297x the same direction The car oper ated by Dr J C Mahan 40 Pitts burgh hit into the left side of the truck causing the truck to roll over Damage to the truck was esti mated at and to the See 2 Col 2 Inside The Gazette PETER EDSON The Ugly American is the topic of Peter Edsons column today on editorial page 6 CURLY LYDIC Herb Curly Lydic wins the Indiana County Club Invitational Golf Tournament See sports pages 10 and 11 Olhet Features AUddlni limn 11 Comics 1M8 Croiiuprdi U Editorial BosplUI Notei Obitutrles Society Spprii 1011 16 TVlUdlo 7 2 Theater If World ToU WEATHER Partly cloudy and cool tonight Tuesday partly cloudy and warm with widely scattered afternoon showers or thunder showers likely High in the 80s Loblaw Buys Star Markets One of Baseballs immortals comes to Indiana State Teach ers College when Frankie Frisch famous erstwhile ball player and manager and now a sports person ality on television appears here on Tuesday August 4 at Fisher Auditorium under the au spices of the Summer School Ac tivity Program Frisch who stepped direct from the Fordham University campus to the Polo Grounds in 1919 and less than thirty years later into One of the games leading am bidextrous batters he amassed a lifetime batting average of 316 a niche in Baseballs Hall of Fame at Cooperstown New York is one of the most colorful diamond figures of all time A national baseball hero at the age of twentyfour one of the great j PITTSBURGH AP Loblaw secondbase men of the game anj a retail grocery chain will outstanding infiekler baserunner j take over Star Markets Aug and batter holder of a 10 imond records player in 50 World Charles J Schardong Pitts burgh divisional manager for Lob law announced over the weekend Series games and manager of three major league teams Frisch i is one of the true greats of hat his firm had bought out Star Americas national pastime Markets for an undisclosed price have long point Star Markets operates 10 stores ed to Frisch as proof that a ball in the Pittsburgh area Schardong player can jump directly from said most of the markets employ es would be retained The Loblaw chain has its head quarters in Buffalo and op campus to major leagues and can start on the diamond after play ing football Frankie was known in his college days as the Ford ejates 230 stores in New York ham playing with equal Pennsylvania Ohio and WestjSkill in basketball baseball and Virginia S H Green Stamps with every purchase Rogers Jewelry and repair at lootball he wasf an AHAmerican mention on Walter Camps list in He is still considered the greatest allaround athlete ever to I have always believed In the open curtain through which peo ple can pass freely and exchange Johnson said I believe it should be encouraged at every lev el ws can know tW trutn about each otheV said he had been briefed by a White House aide be fore Eisenhowers announcement and he relayed his own views to the President at that time The SenateRepublican leader Sen EverettM Dirksen of said the exchange of visits if successful could enshrine the President as the boldest and most determined peacemaker in many House Republican Leader es A Halleck of Indiana said he cnows of no better way to impress hrushchev than to let him see for himself our unity our strength and determination and our peace ful Sen Mike Mansfield of Montana assistant Senate Democratic lead er and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said he had no doubt Eisenhower as prompted by good and sufficient reasons in making his decision He added it was not an easy decis ion to make Mansfield said although some senators may differ with the Pre sidents judgment the decision has been made and it seems to me essential in this as in other mat ters of high significance to the peace and well being of the nation and there be no petty partisan No statistician has yet found tim to break down his 9112 times a bat and 2880 base hits to see ho many were made lefthanded an how many from the third bas side of the plate He was famous throughout hi playing days as a man who work ed his head off when the chip were down The claim that he wa the greatest money piayer is bor out by his record of playing on more pennantwinning teams than any other National Leaguer Always handling a key infield position he helped the Giants win four flags in a row and later when he was with the St Louis Cardinals he played on four more championship teams No other player has been in as many World Series games as Frisch and his fiftieth and last as manager of the St Louis Cards and second baseman in 1934 marked the cli max of his great career With his Gashouse Gang em tfx come out of Fordham Frankie Frisch ISTC ipeaker broiled in one of the scrappiest series on record tied at three wins apiece with the Detroit Tig ers Frankie doubled with the bases full breaking a socreless tie to win the world title His favorite pitcher Dizzy Dean did the rest During his eighth brilliant year with the Giants in Frisch clashed with Manger McGraw and was traded to the St Louis nals along with a pitcher Jimmy for the great Rogers Horns i See 3 Col 4 Nixon Sees Meeting On Sept 15 WARSAW Poland AP Vice President Richard M Nixon said today he understands the date for Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chevs visit to the United States it around Sept 15 Nixon said the visit will give President Eisenhower and Krush chev an opportunity for discussion of issues He did not elaborate The vice president talked to newsmen after emerging from a 5hour 20minute meeting with Po lish Communist party chief Wlad yslaw Gomulka and other Polish leaders In replying to questions Nixon said he discussed the Khrushchev visit with Gomulka during their farranging talks about interna tional problems as well as Polish American relations As he did in Moscow Nixon strong endorsed the idea of Khrushchev touring the United States as well as meeting with President Eisenhower SovietAmerican discucsiooi about thit began before he ed off cm his trie to 13 days ago Nixoa flw discussion ol dto elaborate   

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