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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Ati Indiana County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family When theres plenty of look out for those hit and nut kids Snowballs hurt Volume 102 City Twenty Pages Indiana Pennsylvania Monday December 14 1959 EDITION Seven Centi ATHENS GREETS IKE WALL TUMBLES INJURING 43 SPECTATORS HI Since Clymer Boy Succumbs To Leukemia Andrew Chesko 33monthold Cly boy succumbed to dreaded leukemia when he died at his home here at yesterday The blondhaired youngster ill with the incurable dis ease since last May had been featured in the news pages of the Indiana Evening Gazette because of his brave fight 2 Critical After Crash Clymer Volunteer Firemen and other interested citizens conducted a fund drive to help provide funds for medicine and other services Death ended the battle however when the tot died in his mothers arms yesterday morning He was a son of Paul and Eliza beth Grantz Chesko of 58 Jefferson St He was born March 6 1957 Survivors include his parents and four sisters at home Diane Shir ley Paula and Beverly He is also survived by his maternal grand mother Mrs Estella Grantz Cly fjfmer and paternal grandmoth er Mrs Catherine Chesko Cly mer RD Friends will be received at the Bence Funeral Home after 7 today An Angels Mass will bei celebrated Wednesday December 16 at 9 in St Anthonys Ro man Catholic Church Clymer with i Rev Father Francis Karabinos to be the celebrant I Interment will follow in the 9 Church Cemetery Man Admits Throwing 2 Sons In River PORTSMOUTH Ohio AP Alfred Scarberry 42 is being held on two charges of firstdegree murder after he admitted to police that he threw the two youngest of his nine children into the Little Scioto River Scarberry told police he waded into the river near his home here late Saturday night with 2year old Kenneth and 2monthold David Lee and let them go The bodies have not been recovered f Police said Scarberry had been drinking and had threatened earlier to set fire to his three room home Mrs Scarberry called police when her husband carried a stove to the back porch and said he was going to throw it against the house She said as she was calling police Scarberry grabbed Kenneth and David and ran from the house the river about 200 yards Party Tonight Catholic Center ANDREW CHESKO leukemia victim Single Car Accident On Rt I 19 South I Two Indiana R D 2 resi dents are listed in condition today in the Indij lana Hospital with they received early Sunday morning in a one car accident on Route 119 a mile south of Indiana Termed serious are Eli jPizer 29 suffering from a jfractured jaw and fracture of the left arm and Betty Kay Fling 17 also suffering a farctured skull Both of the critically injured were passengers in a car operat ed by Richard L Deyarmin 17 Indiana R 4 Deyarmin is listed satisfac tory with a laceration of the chin and injuries to the right leg and arm According to State Police from the Indiana substation the Deyar min vehicle ran off the right side of the highway and stnick a tree Police said the car was demol ished in the impact tit is reported the car was trav eling south on Route 119 at the time of the accident Police set the time of the acci dent at Sunday No injuries are reported by local State Police in a twocar accident that occurred Saturday at about a mile west on Alver da in Pine Township I According to the police a car op erated by Rita Mildred McCombie 142 Spangler went off the berm Greeted By King Paul Busy Slate For Greek Visit BULLETIN ATHENS Greece heavy iron railing atop a jWall collapsed today on scores of Athenians hailing Presi dent Eisenhower Two Athens hospitals and a first aid station reported 43 persons hurt Eight were said to be hospitalized with serious injuries The accident occurred two or three minutes after Eisen hower and King Paul passed a spot across from the U S embassy The sixfoot high railing jammed with spectators gava way in sections Those clinging to it were hurled to the side walk falling into scores of other spectators The President asked that his sympathy and regret be extended to those injured and their families It was the first such incident to mar the presidential tour TWO CRITICAL AFTER AUTO HITS Pizer 29 and Betty Kay Fling 17 both of R D 2 are in critical condition in the Indiana Hospital today with injuries they received when this car crashed into a tree early Sunday morning on Route 119 south of Indiana Richard L Deyarmin 17 Indiana R D 4 operator of the vehicle is reported in satisfactory condition in the Indiana Hospital Gazette photo by Sipos French Hit Critical Report By Twining Jail Terms Awarded In Two men appearing before Judge By DAVID MASON while attempting to pass another PARIS called excessive and car going in the same direction critical remarks made about this country last week guiity causing the two cars to collide Gen Nathan F Twining chairman of the U S Joint r Police said the operator of the Chiefs of Staff Donaid Lee Carnahan Sahna ntvii uppvin IIIJC UC1U1C JUUKC Edwin M Clark today were given J0ined m welcoming the rst president to visit Greece The day Wains Km against them Brazil Visit Considered iuiiue stuu me operator or tne ui oictn WASHINGTON second venicle was Robert Sell 24 Twining deplored delay by most West European memjm viic uiatc U1S11U1 Eisenhower may visit Brazil injofnNewry of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in April informed sources said to1 DamaSe to tne McCombie S atomic weapons and stockpiles and in integrating airpay the costs ofprosecution and as the nation that helped Greece dnv inicle was estimated at structure He made it clear themake restitution of the value of the crush the Communists end a goods he took from the Olson civil wan That was under j 1 tnA Truman ByJOHNSGALI ATHENS Greece a 20hour schedule President Eisenhower said goodbye to India today and iGreece both under the protective fold of U S military aid i Here in Athens hundreds of thousands of Greeks turn ed out to cheer and wave King Paul greeted the President enthusiastically at Athens Ellenikon airport saying the Greek people had watched his journey so far with deep emotion Tn reply Eisenhower noted the long history of Greek culture and said Greeces steadfast devotion to democratic principles has won of the world I assure you that the welcome from his majesty the government the people and the individuals here means very much to the President said and I hope that the discussions I will have with your government will be Premier Constantine Karaman lis and Crown Prince Constantine was sentenced to one to five years The people were responding to iin the State Correctional Insti1Karamanis urging that they show was chilly and a light mist was falling The people were responding to day Plans are being considered forj him to attend the inauguration of Brazils new capital which is scheduled for that month i estimated to the Sell auto capital Brasilia i F Her I v Cherrv ed for that month V ICI ry Tree Man Dies These sources said that at the present time it was doubtful that Eisenhower would be able to visit other LatinAmerican countries and forces into one United States feels France is the chief offender would attend the official Inaugura 102 tion Miners Hospital Spangler due to the limitations of time and day when James W McFarland also the desire to avoid offense Cherry Tree passed away in visiting some and not others Opening of Brazils new capital would give the President an op portunity to visit one place where he could meet with most Latin American leaders who probably Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville expressed the French position on the Twining view to Secretary of State Christian A Herter French sources said de Murville expressed his surprise at the revela tions bythe American press of remarks made in the military committee whose debates are in i vwiiiiiiiLtcci wiiwac He and Mrs McFarland the forprinciple mer Ada McClincy were married Nov 17 1892 in Tyrone A veteran railroader Mr Mc Farland was an employe of the New York Central for 43 years be lore his retirement in 1942 Almost Tropicol In Some Midwest Tour For Rocky Said Unexpectedly Warm Couve de Murville also said Expectant Mother Two Others Die Tavern in Saltsburg the Truman doctrine which came into play after the British with On the way from India the No Intention Of Says Benson WASHINGTON of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson said today he has no intention of resigning but will continue to fight for a prosperous expand ing and free The Cabinet officer issued a statement from the Walter Reed Army Medical Center where he is recuperating from a gall Wad er operation throwing down pub lished reports that he would step aside soon These reports said re currence of criticism of him and his farm policies among some members of his party would prompt such action by him Sen Thruston B Morton chairman of the Republican Na tional Committee said over the weekend that several members of receiving stolen goods tie was ap ilum muia me mtiuucia w prehended for taking cigarettes President sPent six hours in committee had suggested that and some cash total of it in talks with Shah MoBenson resign in the best inter and some cash total value placed i at from Howard Olsons Tavhammed Reza who ern in Saltsburg on Dec 9 The court pointed out that Car T rr s LUBBOCK Tex young aton Tex mother bein8 role and was now on pa Twinings remarks were of an excessive and dramatic charac that the manner in which the ushed to a Lubbock to Fleck Clymer was sen have her babyher husband andjtenced to six months in the Alleg a third person dud in a car crash heny County Workhouse for oper early today just south of the Lubating a motor vehicle after r i 1 wants more American aid Eisenhower praised Iran for re fusing to stand on the sidelines in the Wests resistance to commu See 4 Col 5 bock city limits pension of his operating privilege The victims were Mr and In addition he must pay the of prosecution and John problems were presented was out of proportion to the importance of the problems themselves to understand why the United i States abstained Saturday when Vela Hogue was the United Nations Assembly wife 24 i Borough on Dec 5 condition Local Resident 84 collnossd in mornin8 and was admitted to the He was apprehended in Indiana Indiana Hospital in an unconscious jected a resolution on the Algerian rebellion The resolution called for political negotiations with the rebels something long opposed Mrs Hogues parents Mr andj The court said Fleck had previ Leezer who suffered the attack EDITORS NOTE Prizewinner Relman accompanying Gov Rockefeller801 to now after so many him in action US Stood in linp rhic Inna i A s Pulltzerjhim I hope you make the began having second thoughts Morin isiA woman said Governor youve after talkin with him an on his visit to the Middle West Southwest and South Here Morin An us stood in line this Most significant a number of around here have seen Nixon sev Couve de Murville noted that the IUnited States hhas supported Presi ident Charles de Gaulles policy to end the rebellion through selfde termination Thus Couve de Mur ville said it was hard to under stand why the United States did V uu ai reports on the reception accorded him the governor in the Middle West crats GOP strategists are painfullv By RELMAN MORIN MINNEAPOLIS Mum AP Gov Nelson A Rockefeller tour ing the wintry Middle West today U running into unexpectedly warmparty along political weather votes to win In some places it turned al most tropical toward him people who shook Rockefellers1 eral times They had never seen Indiana judge said People d here have seen Nixon fvote afamsj Informants indicated Herter told they axe DemoRockefeller 1 think i changed some he has Sen Capehart Rlnd aware that being outnumbered iii ofiertvj to bet that Rockefeller registration by the Democrats would have liatf states 3J their presidential candidate must delegate votes if he makes 111 run Capehan alone among pull votes from the U1C with independent Indianas mimiiv f Last month Rockefeller the West Coast I He drew overflow crowds in The present trip across the South Bend and St Louis J Great Plains will be his last he Klad to top Republicans is openly favorable to Rockefeller Ive been for Nixon for manyj said Missouri state chair1 man H Couve de Murville the United States felt it had gone very far in supporting tin French on Algeria at the United Nations But Herter was said to have taken the posi tion that the United States could not afford to antagonize the emerging nations of Africa and Asia by voting against what was is a real w tf fvttwittu A j i vi i v v i ijCcitcr wno siiir crtQ trip t3pK Mrs Grady Halliburton also motor vehicle violations about resides at 716 Water Slaton notified by their Two men from Colorado Indiana s taking his wife pleaded guilty today to at it js believed the elderly man were following in charge of burglary and were or may have suffered a heart attack their own car a few minutes bedered to appear at a later date for hind and passed the wreck with1 sentencing out realizing who was involved I They are Joseph Roger Bennett France has jlaw that the hospital They were waiting in the deli very room at Methodist Hospital when their daughter was brought in dead on arrival A 4yearold son of the Hogues store had been left with relatives ini Slaton Polict said Frustas car entered the highway from a farm road shortly before the crash Frustas John Lopacinski 13yearold Ga zette newsboy injured Wednesday remains in serious condition in the Indiana Hospital The son of Edward Lopacinsk NOTICE Indiana RD 3 the youth was Elks will meet at the Club at i struck by a car while delivering and Marcus Mason Sipes Monday evening Dehis papers on Route 119 north of est of the Benson said the situation facing him and the Republicans with re gard to the Eisenhower admin istration farm position is this The question is not is it good politics but is it right Our program is right If thing is right it ought to be dona it will prove to be good On the question of resigning said Newspaper Boy Still Serious Indiana with entering Griffiths Store in cember 14 1959 to attend the serv Armagh on Dec 3 Both men were ices of our lftte Brother Joseph A Hospital officials said he rested apprehended while still in be held at the fairly well during the night t4la Funeral Home car caught fire and burned 11 wciiu auu 01 LULUS juieai nains will De nis last he v gixju Mo The majority of Republican says before he announces whethlike Rockefeller here This chiefs in both states are reported er to try for the Republican nomlion snovvs interest in favoring Vice President Richard ination He says he would like to He releiTed to the biggest M Nixon as the nominee for presbe able to make it before Jan noisiest wannest welcome Rock Went 6 when the New York Legislature eleller encountered on either trip But as one of them put it after i convenes Some people pushed andj seeing Rockefeller You have to On both trips he invaded states snovet through a hotel ballroom take a good long look at this where Nixons strength is supto meet Rockefeller Sunday after guy I was pleasantly to be overwhelming r Wangelin But Herter called on Couve de Mur I Vllle a a good Republican Why Buck Crowds meeting with ut Union Herter had appointments with See 4 col 4 jMove Patient To Pittsburgh Mrs ina Clare McKnight wife of Boyd McKnight 1165 Oakland was moved Sunday morning from the Indiana Hospital to Pres byterian Hospital iu Pittsburgh Mrs McKnight was listed in serious condition in the local hospital following injuries she re ceived in an automobile accident Friday morning Rifle Club party tonite Blatts for the largest selection of toys hardware and sporting 102xi goods 103x8 Again and again rankandfile1 In both cases there were dear in St Louis said that Republican leadi Dance New Years Eve 102 So kol Club Blair Reservation call biggest Republican Gridley 98695 or Blair 1355R Mu sic by the Skyioncs StH RockelellerPage 4 col 2 1021U6U noon Its the SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS For a gift that will thrill trvi The Old The Old Mill An tique Shop Tanoma Road HO Inside The Gazette PROS END Read the results of the final day of professional football on sports pages H and 15 The Pro title game is Dec 27 Senator John Kennedy is weighing the advantage of timing the announcement of his willingness to rim for the Presidency Set the AllenReport on page 6 Other Features Blatts for the largest selection of toys hardware and spoiling goods 103xB Ulrror IS 19 ttU Editorial lUtpiUl U S H Green Stamps with every purcliase Rogers Jewelry i WEATHER Fair and cuol tonight Warmer Tuesday with i followed by rain iu afteniuou or evuung   

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