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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family Politicians should have two special to toss into the ring the other to talk through Volume 42 City EDITION Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Friday October 2 1959 Two Sections GoGo Sox Lead Bums7 Say Nikita Impressed By Tour By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON AP U S officials have concluded that Nikita Khrushchevs tour of America did make an im JJODCERS BOSSES SUFFER beaten by lop sided score in World Series opener is no picnic for manager Walt Alston who holds his head and coach Chuck Dressen who chafes his hands Shot of Dodgers high command was made in 7th inning when Chicago White Sox were ahead 110 yesterday Sox won by that score at Comiskey Park in Chicago AP Wirephoto Sox Lead Dodgers In 2d Series Tilt SOX 2 DODGERS 1 6th inning CHICAGO Los Angeles Dodgers sent left hander Johnny Podres to the mound against the Chicago White Sox in the second game today hi an effort to pull even Seven Cents NCDONALD PESSIMISTIC Family Retains Hope Clymer Boys World Spoiled By Leukemia CLYMER Andy Chesko a 2Y2 year old boy whose streams of pact on his blond hair are furrowed in waves trinated in a in a world he ig m favorable to the United States h fear But they were adopting a waitandsee attitude before deciding whether any gains were permanent or merely a temporary thawing of the cold in the World Series war ice Authorities who traveled with the Soviet Premier across this country and who were in on last weeks Camp David talks between Khrushchev and President Eisen hower believe that Khrushchev 1 Saw the strength of the Amer ican economy the high living standards the freedom of expres sion and the diversity among citizens 2 Found that people Jn the United States actually live very well under capitalism despite the Marxist theory that capitalism is a system of exploiters and exploit ed which soon will give way to socialism 3 Recognized that the American people and their government are united on foreign policy 4 Saw that Americans generally want peace 5 Recognized that a smaller portion of Americas total produc tion than the Soviet Unions is de voted to arms This flies in the face of Communist party line con I tentions that Americans fear dis AIT si armament because it might bring coliase and to try to make it two straight for the American League 1 The White Sox won the champions at Comiskey Park opener Thursday 110 The teams will take an offday Saturday for travel and resume the bestofseven series in Los An geles Sunday iPs FIRST INNING THIRD INNING Dodgers Neal popped to Phil Fox threw out Moon and j Snider o i I No nms no nits no errors Dodgers Shaw threw out Gilnone eft liam Neal lined to McAnany f FOURTH iMMivr Moon singled Moon stole n FOURT INNING Dodgers Larker popped to Phil economic collapse and that capi talists are beating the war drums in order to boost profits Asst Secretary of State Andrew H Berding said Khrushchevs trip was a gain for the United States because of such impressions on See Say 2 Col Snider singled Moon stopping at lips Hodges struck out Roseboro third Larker flicd to McAnany singled Wills fouled to Aparicio No runs two hits no errors outside third two left No Qne no errors Qne White Sox Aparicio doubled left Fox flied to Larker Aparicio ad vancing to third after the catch Landis walked Neal threw out Kfuszewski Aparicio scoring and Landis moving to second Lollar singled scoring Landis Wills fumbled Smiths grounder for an error Lollar stopping at second Phillips tapped to Gilliam ing Lollar at third Clark Begins Another Trip WASHINGTON AP Sen Emergency Operations ForPenna But he took time out from hisj little world today for a blood transfusion at Indiana Hospital Transfusions are riot new to him He received one last May 28 and will inevitably undergo many more You see Andy has leukemia a cancerous blood disease that medi cal research has been unable to harness j It all started last May 20 when Andy a pudgy tot of just morej than two years was struck on the forehead with a toy shovel The wound didnt heal I tickled him on the chest that Lets Help Andy CLYMER Members of the Clymer Volunteer Fire Depart ment today urged citizens of the area to participate in a drive for little Andy Chesko leukemia vic tim by mailing donations to the Peoples Bank of Clymer Interested persons are aksed to mail their contributions to Lets Help Peoples Bank Clymer Pa night and noticed some purple his mother Mrs Paul Chesko recalls They were like measles only they Were The week that followed unfolded his fate leukemia The initial blood transfusion came May 28 The harrowing news of the dread disease at first felled the family but today it has been transform ed into a hope a hope that avail able medicine and transfusions may stop the clock until the long sought cure is uncovered Folks in Clymer have joined the family in this hope and are Cop Catches Boy In 4 Floor Fall NEW YORK 2yearold boy hung by his hands from a fourthfloor ledge of a Bronx apartment A passerby saw the plight of the child Francis Feeney and told patrolman Gumbs Gumbs who weighs 220 pounds and is 6 feet 2 braced himself Francis plummeted right into his natnrl T i arms The boy suffered only a bruise where he brushed a firei0t United Steel escape at the first floor jWorkers Union expressed The child is the son of imism today about a man and Mrs Martin Feeney end to the nationwide father was sleeping at the ol steel strike and the mother thought Francis1 As arrived at a midtown Ikes Main Chore Today Soak Up Sun PALM SPRINGS Calif AP President Eisenhowers main mis sion for today is this soak up earty end to the costly strike ANDY CHESKO told the Gazette Plans for the midsummer drive consequently never materialized Then illfortune mushroomed for the family Mr Chesko was furloughed from HARRISBURG for provided for the boy in the midst of collecting funds his Job at Hiram Swanks here to make sure that everything the familys budget back W able in medical service is beingto unemployment compensation1 Ampn the operation of the state govern ment during an enemy attack or any other emergency have been unanimously adopted by the Sen ate The passed Thursday and sent to Gov Clymer volunteer firemen are funds The furlough notice was a Jow as the bread winner had spearheading the drive and for only six months since three bill package was fore1 Joseph S Clark DPa begins anj Lawrence It sets special rules for other round of travels through Two runs two hits one error Pennsylvania starting this week two left end On Monday he plans to be in Bradford and Warren He will hold news conferences at both SECOND INNING Dodgers Aparicio threw out1 Hodges Roseboro flied to Landis Wills singled Podres singled Wills racing to third Kluszewski u caught Gilliams foul outside first Je proposed 113 i lion dollar flood control dam Bradford at noon and t and visit 113 mil at base No runs two left White Sox Anany Shaw was called out onChief of Army Engineers at Pitts strikes Aparicio singled Fox burgh walked Landis struck out j Clark will later address a War No runs one hit no errors County Democratic dinner at Kinzua near Warren two hits no errors j Acommpanying Clark on a guid ted tour of the Kinzua Dam site Neal tossed out Me will be Col William W Smith left Warren Spectacular Double Wing Corona In Full Solar Eclipse By DON GUY I Observatory who also was aboard V BOSTON A spectacular The observatory has an expedi double corona was sighted tion in the Canary Islands off aloft today during the total solan Africa where the eclipse passed eclipse j after sweeping across the Atlantic Storm clouds from the remains from the Massachusetts seacoast of Hurricane Grade blocked Dr Menzel said the double wing ground observation of the total corona was the most remarkable eclipse feature he observed in the total A group of Harvard astronomy eclipse which lasted 56 seconds ers saw the sky show from a starting at a in Northeast Airlines plane at an al The corona formed by electri the executive judicial and legisla tive branches during an emergen cy The governor would be given the power to move the seat of govern ment from Harrisburg to any oth er site for the duration of the emergency State civil defense officials Said tentative plans have been made to locate the emergency capital at Selinsgrove headquarters of the civil defense radio network Other legislation approved by the Senate would Exempt career servicemen from the provision requiring them to be a resident of the state on July 8 1957 in order to be eligible for the Korean bonus 500 asked their friends and neighbors in Indiana County to mail dona tions to the Peoples Bank Cly mer Pa News of Andys disease prompt ed family friends and s his last layoff of almost a year Medical expenses were not new Pholo by 6lpas just learning to talk said in announcing plans for the campaign Interested persons and agencies have already played a Samaritan role for the We have enough blood right his father said And the Cancer Society mailed us a Asfor the medicine the family is hoping it will continue hold and keep Andy perked Neither Mr nor Mrs Chesko On Arrival To Resume Sessions By JOHN MOODY PITTSBURGH AP was taking a nap hotel to resume negotiations with the steel industry repre sentatives McDonald was ask ed if he was still as hopeful as he had been Thursday Well Im afraid Im not hope he replied R Conrad Cooper chief indus try negotiator arrived moments after McDonald but declined to comment on McDonalds state ment Cooper also declined to comment on possibilities of an either An older daughter Diana have complained about mounting underwent surgery last Good Frilmedical bills and said yesterday day for a malformation of the in harmony that they dont intend It was with this inmind that into peisons to light the fire to a funditerested persons approached thei Little Andy in spite of the pur ririve several months ago But the Cheskos said No It wasnc pity we wanted firemen who solidly endorsed financial effort to aid Andy We want him to have everything a pie streaks across his back and the darkened blotch on his fore just a healthy Mrs Chesko thats a spokesman Nikitas Gift Watch Cost PITTSBURGH AP Soviet tilude of feet ified particles shows up when the Dr Donald H director glare of the sun is blotted out by of the Harvard Observatory and the moon a world authority on the sun took Premier Nikita Khrushchev gave a watch worth to a West Homestead millworker says a Pittsburgh jeweler Charles Robert treasurer of John M Roberts Son said Thursday the watch was very poorly Khrushchev gave the watch to Kenpeth Jackey of Pleasant Hills last Thursday during the Pre miers tour of the Mesta Machine Co plant The watch was in ex change for a cheap cigar given the Soviet official by Jackey Russian officials said the watch was worth about 500 rubles in the equivalent to in America No Trespassing Notices 5c TO this observer also aboardeach or dozAdditional 15c for aloft with him 10 members of athe plane the sun appeared and with order special Harvard class and at at the eastern edgeiBuy now Avoid last minute rush Radcliffe coed of a vast sea of clouds It The coed Nancy Evans 18 is partly eclipsed and looked like a1 tvenint ie daughter of Dr John crescent with the hor tf the horns director of the Sacramento Peaki See 2 Col 4 Eagles Dance Sat night1 imisic by the Jet Tones 43xF Uphold Tax Conviction PHILADELPHIA AP Northern Lights Being Studied STOCKHOLM AP Swedish T h e scientists are preparing to send an The ut what turns northern lights brilliant aurora borealis Zippo Manufacturing Co of Bradi ford has been upheld by the Third U S Circuit Court of Ap glowing across the polar skies n e has fascinated man ever since he Brill was convicted for aiding reached h d Zippo president George Blaisdelh in evading payment of for the period of 1950 to 1952 Brill Not GlJI tv P PH was fined Blaisdell wasj vjwuiy i icu fined j BUTLER Pa AP John Brill sought to reverse the conHawryliak 28 of Buffer pleaded viction on grounds there was insufinnocent Thursday at a prelimina ficient evidence for a jury to find ry hearing to charges of murder in him guilty The court upheld the the slaying of Mrs Dolores Fred head isnt complaining either Hes just learning to talk ruling Wednesday i crick of nearby Marwood Inside The Gazette DREW PEARSON Drew says that Ike and Nikita became great friends during Ks visit to the United States See page 6 BIG KLU HITS Kluszewskis two homers paced Chicago to an 11 to nothing victory over the Dodgers in the first game of the World Series See pages 14 and 15 Other Features Weekend Grid Games Indiana Countys high school football teams will play six games this weekend three to night and three tomorrow There are several differences in the times for this weekends games Games and times ac cording to Daylight Savings Time are TONIGHT Indiana at Northern Cambria 9 Elders Ridge at Shannock Val ley 8 Blairsville at Sewickley TOMORROW Laura Lamar at United Joint 3 Black Lick at Penns Manor 2 Saltsburg at Purchase Line 3 Count Jap Dead said to more sunshine in big doses The President trying to get rid of a persistent cold arranged to golf again at the challenging El Dorado Country Club course at the Rosa Mountains And again Eisenhower plans a match with his host at this desert resort George E Allen William E Robinson of New York board chairman of Coca Cola and Free man Gosden Amos of the Amos and Andy radio team The President arrived from Wednesday for an eightday stay as the guest of Allen at his home at nearby La Quinta Calif Eisenhower got in 18 holes of golf Thursday morning and then did some sunbathing during the afternoon at Allens estate The cold Eisenhower has been fighting since Labor Day still is with him But the White House physician Maj Gen Howard M Snyder told newsmen he is con fident a few more days of warm sun in this dry climate will do the President much good Reporters and photographers were permitted to watch Eisen hower drive off the first tee and accept a new electric golf cart the gift of the several golf clubs of the area Although sniffling some he was in a cheerful mood at the start of the match News men who got a glimpse of him when the round ended thought he looked a bit tired However White House press secretary James C Hagerty re ported that the President who loves to cook prepared lunch See IkesPage 2 Col 4 Handy Andy Joins RedWhite Stores Andrew J Stahura announced to day that the Handy Andy Super market has joined the Red and White Food Stores an international organization of independent food store operators in the United States Canada and Europe The organization is sponsored lo cally by Charley Brothers Food Distributors of Greensburg Mr Stahura stated that this move will not change part of his operation or ownership but will bring to the Indiana area the in ternationally known Red White Todays session was the third in days since President Eisen lower told both sides he wanted to see quick progress The negotiators moved from New York to Pittsburgh one day after President Eisenhower called both sides to Washington separate them for letting the costly dispute drag on The President returns from a vacation Oct 8 and his remarks were widely interpreted as mean ing the United Steelworkers and the industry have only until then to break the long impasse with out direct government interven tion Except for a brief exchange tsf quips with newsmen before the opening session Thursday thfe negotiators acted like with much on their ra If Oct 8 actually is a deadline it means only seven days remain for the union and industry to show some indication that the half million striking Steelworkers soon will return to the mills What the President would do if the deadline passes without a pro gress report is problematical Eisenhower could invoke the TaftHartley law and send the See On 2 Col 5 Revolving Credit Plans Under Study HARRISBURG State Banking Department plans to re view existing revolving credit plans in operation by Common wealth banks to see if they are in side the banking code Robert L Myers secretary of banking said today need for the review was brought on by un expected defeat in the House Wednesday of legislation clarify ing operation of revolving credit plans The plans allow a person to es tablish credit up to a certain amount The individual could then write a check for amounts up to that amount just as if the funds were in a checking account The loans would be repaid with food products that will be available a set interest charge per month only in his store on the unpaid balance TOKYO day bodies have now been counted victims of Typhoon Vera In Crash That Killed Report Nothing Wrong With Hess Left Engine State Police investigators today farm field laS Four members of the Indiana with the engine following an ex amination of the Piper Apache airjJimior Chmber of Commerce co plane that carried five Indiana the dedication prp County men to their death and Wayne Hess Dixonville jthe pilot died in the smash up Trooper Richard Skillman specj The engine was examined at the ial investigator for the Pennsyl1 Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics In addition police lists show State Police at Butler made1 Allegheny County Airport missing and injured m last this observation following examin Members of the investigation savapft storm weekends savage storm AUddini tamp 19 Businesi Mirror 7 iliurcb 4 Comics 1617 18 Society Editorial 6 Spurts Hospital It TVKadio S X4I3 WEATHER Clear and cool tonight Low 45 to 54 Saturday much cloudiness and mild with a chance of rain by afternoon or night ation of the planes left engine team were Skillman G R Baker The craft crashed near Jimmyof the Civil Aeronautics Board Indiana Roller Rink skating toStewart Airfield following the close ildlewild Airport New York and Sat Mat to 4 Of a tnree day dedication proR HJones general safety officer nanrftonite Medoras Clvmer isram of lhe new airstrP for lhe federal Avaiation Agency Dance tomte Medora s Observerg at he fieW said toe County j No Hunting and No Trespassing Planes left engine was not operat The CAB in Washington Notices 5c each or 50c dozen Im8 when ll made a pass ot theexpected to file a complete report Additional 15c for tax and striPTneV said li began a turn to with Indiana County Cproaer Cash with order Indiana Jeft into a bank D Gardner Glen iGazette S over and crashed onto an adjoining Jin the near future   

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