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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 30, 1957, Dunkirk-Fredonia, New York                                nt of DUNKIRK EVENING OBSERVER Snowy 43 ESTABLISHED 1882FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE UNITED PRESSSaturdays Press DECEMBER tomor Pcrtwfs of light Light frnlt fiepuft 4 Subway Strike Cloud Darkens In New York As New Years Nears NEW YORK City Transit Authority was expected to tnake a new wage offer today to He defiant Transport Workers Un ion in the hope of heading off what could be the citys worst transit Strike beginning at midnight New Vears Approximately and bus shouting ful of a settlement on the basis of a 22eenlanhour increase over a twoyear period The TWU has demanded a 65 ccnlanhour At no time during the meeting Sunday did un ion President Michael Quill or any other officer mention a lesser but they said that only a oneyear contract would be satis All union spokesmen em phasized how miserable the transit authoritys offers have been to unanimous approval of the strike a rankanclfilc meeting of the AFLCIO union late High officials of the state and city CIO councils attended the meeting and support of the The walkout would close down the citys 228milcs of subway all cityrun bus lines and nine private bus lines at qn hour when millions of New Yorkers arc on the town welcoming Avcrcll Harriman said the strike would be illegal and intol he did not say what MANILA Gar Garcia Becomes New President Of Philippines he intended to The transit whose 18 centanhour wage increase offc was turned down wa expected to make a new offer a I 3 meeting with TWl officials who represent the city subway and bus workers Transit officials are reported hope Ave Leaves It Up to NeivYork City Officials ALBANY UP Governor Har flman left it up to New York City 1 officials today to invoke state law to head off a scheduled New Year Eve subwaybus A subway strike by theTran sit Workers would bt illegal and cannot be Harrimai It is the responsibility o the Transit Authority and other responsible officials to invoke the laws of the state to prevent strike or stop it if it The governors made public Sunday by press secretary Charles VanDevander after the Transit Workers Union to did not mention openly the Condon Wadlin Act which bans walkouts by public nor did it contain the name of Mayor Robert Republican legislative leaders called on Har rinian and Wagner Saturday to use the CondpnWadlin which prohibits strikes by government Young Girl Slays Youth In Auto ROCHESTER 14year Old who threatened to cut him if he slapped awaited childrens court action today for the fatalstabbing of Arthur a and the young Indian girl became in cia was sworn in today as th fourth president of the Philippin He pledged in his in augural address to preserve Tl Philippines historic relations friendship with the United States The 61yearold Garcia took th oath of office at impressive it augural ceremonies at Lunet Park fronting on Manila Bay a A few minutes earlier Diosdad was sworn in a the countrys first opposition vie Garcia is a member of inrf Nationalist Macapaga is a member of the opposition lib oral Dignataries from many nations many of them conspicuously un comfortable in their formal dres in the 95 degree honored th top Philippine Continengents of and British troops paraded smarl ly past the inaugural stands unde the glaring American je fighters and bombers streakec through the cloudless skies over lead while warships in Manila boomed out gun in his inaugural address reaffirmed the determination preserve and enhance our his toric relations with the United states based on mutual ty of interests and community oj Israel Cabinet Veaf Showdown BULLETIN ISRAEL IP Prime Minis ter David BenGurion and his fiveparty coalition government resigned tonight in a bitter fight over cabinet responsibi volved in a heated argument Sat urday night while riding in the back scat of a car driven by Charles The girl wres tled a razor and knife from John son and shouted she would cut him if he slapped police re The girls name was with held because of her Johnson slapped and the girl plunged the eightinch blade ing his The youth died minutes later In General Hospi Sharp SitDown France eouncilmcn broke up their regular meeting here to rush wounded Deputy Mayor Jean Thomas to a They then ordered police to find out who had left an open pair of scissors on his council Israel aels cabinet crisis headed for the lowdown It will be re olved by the surrender of re calcitrant leftwing coalition par ties or the resignation of Premier David BenGurion has demanded tight er discipline in the coalition cabi net because of the alleged breach of security by the leftwing Ahdut Avoda Unless the leftwing parties ac cept the conditions for keeping the present cabinet BenGur ion is prepared to Leaders of the Ahudt Avoda called a conference today prior to the scheduled cabinet meeting to determine their final Counterproposals submitted by the Ahudt Avoda to the premiers Mapai Party were rejected Sun Capital Killer Dies In Wreck During Chase Clay subject of a Soulhwide manhunt in connection with a dou ble killing in died Sunday night in a high speed head on collision while fleeing a police A Florida who was unable to get his car out of the path of the stolen auto Overton was driv ing at 110 miles an was tilled in the Officers found no trace of Wayne Carpen listed as the man who helped Overton shoot up a Wash bar early Knight and Talcon of the Georgia Highway Patrol said they had chased the 1958 car Overton was driving for about a mile nd a half when he apparently looked hack and al lowed the vchilclc to swerve into the wrong Ovcrton was thrown along with a sawedoff shotgun and a suitcase full of shot gun The Overton car burst into Charlie of was found dead in the back seat of his demolished The which had been on the trail of Ovcrton and Carpenter since they killed two men in a bar Note to Yeggs Went for Naught SYRACUSE today considered the possibility that one set of burglars couldnt read while another was just plain Burglars Sunday got nothing aft er knocking off the pushing out the pin and forcing open the safe Syracuse Coal The bur glar ignored the safe combination pasted on the front of the anotlicr set of safe crackers oiled mightily to pry open a safc at the Nu Way Over all They succeeded in opening the snfe door but left omptyhandcd after neglecting to reach for an inner box containing nearly and commandeered sped agents to scene in an effort to find some indication of what became of Car Patrolmen said it appeared doubtful Carpenter could have sur vived the crash if he had been with But the entire sur rounding area was scoured with out finding any trace of LATEST Iran of State John Foster Dulles will visit Tehran next month on his way to attend the meet ing of the Baghdad Pact Coun it was announced WASHINGTON IB Charles Porter said today the world should be told that a nuclear war could be started by Porter suggested at a news conference that accidental ex plosion of an atomic bomb could set off a panic chain re action ending in CAIRO nivThe AfroAsian solidarity conference called on the worlds scientists today to cease working on nuclear The call came as neutralist moved to reduce the parleys proCom munist Israel UVAn official communique said to night that Premier David Ben Gurion will resign by Tuesday morning at the latest if his leftist coalition partners refuse a last minute appeal for a loyalty WASHINGTON inThe Unit ed States is telling the world there is a Communist plan a foot to take over Indonesia with tactics similar to those used in muscling in on East ern The Information Agen cy has noted a close parallel between recent antiDutch ac tivity in the troubled Indone sian republic and Communist actions in Eastern Europe from 1946 through The cocoon of a single silkworm ill produce a silk thread one net onehalf miles Regents Board Would Increase HighSchoolStudy ALHANY multimillion dollar Sputnik Age program by the Board of Regents for improv ing New York education with more and heavier high school schedules was under study today by economyminded lawmakers and hardpressed ad ministrators of a getaway million to Start the wreck Principal points of the which would cost initial ly and several times that amount call for the number of state college scholarships to a The first year price tag LI Cost of the program when it reaches full swing in would be a year an extra hour a day of instruction to the 5Vi now rec ommended in secondary This could be for gifted pupils alone or for depending on lo cal option and it could be done by cither lengthening the school day or eliminating study one million dollars in state money to match local funds for experimentation in pro viding special opportunities for talented science and mathematics The hiring of a college professor to teach a high school course in advanced calculus was given as an Eye Out for Talent The governing body of New York announced their plan It covered 17 some of which would be changes in others suggestions to local school The basic idea of the program appeared to be to spot talented pupils as early as make sure they have the best training available in school and are nol denied the opportunity because of financial need to attend The regents are currently awarding scholarships of a year to 5 per cent of high school graduating This would be upped immediately to 10 per including yearly sci ence scholarships instead of the present Republican legislative leaders said Friday they would back the 500 extra science The regents also urged school administrators to make up any days that schools are shut down because of mass snow storms and the Use of school during the summer for bright pils also was Mansfield Hits Administrations Foreign WASHINGTON Sen ates secondranking DomocRt ha indicated that the Elsenhower ministration some r o u treatment in the coming sesslo of Congress over its handling o foreign policy and national de Mike Mansfield assistant Senate Democratic lead made use of a television inter view Sunday to attack the admin 1st ration record in those He included President Elsenhow or in his criticism by saying UK President to exorcise more aggressive leadership in foreigi Interviewed on NBCs television program Meet the Mans field challenged a White House as section that the United Slntcs a this time is not militarily weak when compared with the Soviet Presidential Press Secretory James Hagerty snid at Gettys burg Saturday that some newspa per accounts of the soenllcd Gaithcr report have given a false impression that this nation is in a weak military Hagerty said the report says just the But Mansfield said Hagertys re mark is open to serious ques In he he thinks this nation has been outmaneu outwilled and possibly out flanked by the Soviet The Montana a mem ber of the Senate Foreign Rela tions demanded new ideas and new policies for foreign He charged that the administra tion was still operating with old Democratic policies which many of us have felt have outlived their Edie Gorme and Lawrence Wed LAS crs Edie Gonne and Steve Law rence honeymooned today follow ing their marriage foui years aft er tihey met on a New York tele vision The entertainers were wed Sun day by Rabbi Bernard Cohen in the home of Beldon owner of the El Miss Gorme opened a four week en gagement at the hotel last Talented High School Grads May Get Aid For College Education Vanguard Chief Believes Very Far Ahead Of Reds In Some Missile Fields WASHINGTON John project Vanguard dlrec believes this nation is wry far ahead of Russia in omo phases of the nvissilesatel ite But ho concedes the United talcs is certainly behind the Soviets in other ureas of the rock I He does ell t h e American satellite pro gram No Notice This Time who was Interviewed iunday on television program ABCs College News Confer said the United States will nako another attempt soon to put ts sixpound test moon into n but without advance no ice to the Ilagen also said the United Slates plans to expand its earth atcllite program following Van guard but said its succcos will de end on the backing It gets from Congress and the Defense Depart The satellite boss also said lihis ountry could at the present time come awfully close to launching n Ijousandpound In reply to further questioning said youd have to quibble It would be within a few ounds of 1000 The Russian Sputnik II weighs n excess of 1000 Plenty of Instruments Hagen indicated an attempt to aaiach such a sphere would be lade We are planning to improve our satellite program following Van he Hagen declared that the Van guard projects 21inch scientific still scheduled for launch ing In would superior in some ways to Russias bigger Sputnik Ho said Vanguard would have ft tremendous amiounl of Instrumentation in Upper Michigan Colder Air Filters Eastward The Weather Temperatures during last 24 3 37 11 31 7 32 4 36 Midnile 298 31 5 35 1 30 9 32 6 35 2 30 10 33 7 33 3 31 11 36 8 32 4 33 Noon 38 9 32 5 34 1 40 10 31 6 33 2 41 Sun sets today at ril ics tomorrow at at at mainlng from a or Its That Time Of Year Again EDITORS NOTESince the following New Years Eve col umn was first it has be come a household hanging embroidered and framed in many parlors alongside such traditional American samplers as Bless Our It is sup plemental reading in all medical colleges r Something re 2 Precipitation during the last 24 hours as recorded at the Niagara Mohawk steam station rain gauge is state 1 HIGH AND LOW IN LEADING CITIES ALBANY Temperatures ip principal cities Sunday and this Albany Boston Buffalo Chicago Cleveland DCS iVlcines Detroit Dunkirk Kansas Angeles Mismi Minneapolis Montreal Oleans York C 12 Pittsburgh Seattle Louis Washington high low 40 46 36 22 42 33 my h e a By DOC QUJGG NEW YORK people dont understand the nature of the They tend to think its all in the Thats not A goodly por tion of it is in the not to mention the sideeffects on the and central With these things in it is I well to take that for all who are able to There are some who maintain 37 3Jlhcy cant even get to their 41 29 For these latter the in 01 dicated procedure is to follow the 50 vg ancient precept of Materia Medi 71 49 as written by Hippocrates 72 ft Leave them 6 2 For Quick 39 23 For all it is a pleasure 57 JOjand public at this 49 36 to present a reminder of some of 46 30 the standard remedies for the 40 i8 timetested and based 40 36 on simple scientific facts 47 34 a lung 45 31 ful at a U there is balloon it is well to rise above the smog Go for a brisk bi cycle you can find at bris The oldfashioned rain barrel Soak your blazing head in The old standby Ther are many of these litres one a half cup of barreled turkey gravy into which mix two ounce of a raw and a scoop of orange If you can get orange use vanilla1 ice Swallow in one ant land Swallow a small butterfly net These are on sale at all responsi ble drugstores in the handy duode nal Aspirin May Help Take two aspirin in a gallon of hard if you in a beer stein full of dry It makes little difference which liquid is used the import ant thing is the aspirin 7 Read the preamble to the onstitution upside down 40 To get upside hang from iither a trapeze or a parallel f the bar looks it may e the same one you were parallel o last If you dont like the try Grays Elegy Vritten in a Country Church It may suit your mood Call up the Say I ave a severe strep Go jack to bed and to Try to ream you are lying face down in Try a on the Get a massage with poi on Get e Use w 10 feet oJ Other recommendations include appropriation of for the preparation of achievement and scholastic ability tests to spoi bright pupils at an early of regulations against the teaching of science and math by teachers without proper lion appropriation of to pay the expenses of teachers tak ing extra math instruction appropriation of for twoyear graduate fellowships for college 2 Young Bandits Holding Hostages In Bar Room BULLETIN Two masked bandits held six hostages captive in a barricad ed bar for more than two hours today and surrendered this afternoon when police bombed the bar with Their siege followed an abort ed holdup of the Calif young bandits barricaded them selves in a bar today after a rob bery attempt and held several hostages while attempting to bar ter their way to More than 100 sheriffs FBI agents and Califor nia highway patrolmen surrounded By UNITED PRESS An Arctic air mass surged south ward into the Midwest dumping one of the heaviest snow falls in a decade on Michigans upper peninsula and lighter amounts Hundreds of cars were stranded and some buried Sunday by the heavy snow in upper but authorities reported no casual Heaviest In 10 Years The Civil Aeronautics Adminis tration at called the storm the heaviest snowfall in a More than 18 inches snow was reported at Houghton 14 inches at Sault Marie anc 10 inches at Grand Mich The snow spread southward dur ing the coating the southern Boys Like Vanguard Didnt Leave Pad Aus tin Rocket Society and the Navy had something in common Both flopped in an effort to launch a highpublicized The composed of 11 teenaged boys and coached by a Roman Catholic sought to fire a milehigh rocket Sunday contain ing a white mouse named the Beacon Cocktail They were armed with shotguns and The army of officers cleared a area of stores and of Police identified the pair as Dick Sullivan and Sid both about The men demanded a getaway car in exchange for their hostag s but were refused by One of the men attempted to cave the bar with a gun pointed at the head of a young woman hostage but he retreated when he aw the squads of Four all re portedly were held inside the uilding by the pair of Inglcwood Police Chief Robert Joliins called from a rooftop to lie padr to surrender said would no Ulysses was ready and 50 per sons huddling in subzero temper atures to watch the launching were but the dubbed the wasnt It simply refused to from its launching To begin the electrical ig nition system Then efforts to touch off the rocket mechanism manually the boys called it Things had gone badly with the society from the Earlier in the the boys sought to fire a test rocket containing a radio The rocket exploded in an impressive mass of smoke and fire similar to the Navys ill fated Vanguard at Cape Canav The twin failures climaxed months of preparations for the am bitious the boys and tbsir teach Sister Dun were too downhearted to comment on their failure to make Ulysses a small scale counterpart of the dog in Russias Sputnik Ulysses was recovered un harmed from the second which had stayed The society had devised a mechanism to para chute the mouse to earth alive aft er the hopedfor mile high flight into The boys had launched a previous mousecarrying but the animal was killed when the rocket crashed and buried it self in the Lake Michigan area with twoto thrcciinch Colder nir which had been hov erlog in Canada for 3fi hours also began seeping plung ing readings to 19 below zero early today at International 8 below at and near zero across northern Readings dropped into the teens along the southern fringe of the cold air mass in northern Missouri and southeast Nebraska during the Flood Waters Recede Colder weather also overspread the Atlantic Seaboard today with readings averaging 6 to 35 degrees lower than the night Clear skies accompanied the chilly read Many of the persons stranded by the snow in Michigans peninsuh were Highway crews main tained traffic on main highways and came to the rescue of motor ists marooned on secondary Snow also fell acros the central Rockies Sunday and in the central plateau Light rains dampened the Wash ington and Oregon coastal In southern floodwaters receded slowly but authorities said it would be several days before some 50 families evacuated in the region could return to their The families wero forced to flee when the Wabash and Little Wabash rivers over flowed their The Forecast Forecasters said the cold adr will push today into the Central most of the midMississippi Val ley and the Great Snow flurries were to continue in the Great parts of the Missis sippi Vadley and the Central Plains Generally fair weather was ex pected along the Atlantic Sea except for snow flurries in northern New Rain is ex pected in the Ohio Valley and the Pacific Famed Italian Boat Racer Is Killed In Miami MIAMI BEAOH UP Italian speedboat chnunplon Erio prorace statement this is my last race became A prophecy Sunday when his highpow ered hydroplane carried him to in stant death in the annual Orange Bowl R e g n 11 an Internatlonail Grand The cheers of a crowd of including Selvas 20yearold turned to horrified screams as the 56yearold drivers 800 kilogram Moscheticrre made a daring run for the lead then went into a crazy diealh dance on Biscayne Hay directly in front of the judges si Spun On Tail Apparently s wave throw the nose of the redhullcd speedster up and it spun along on its tail at 100 miles per hour for what seemed agonizing Then It somersaulted rolled onto its side and knifod bow first into the Selva apparently was struck by the cowling and engine as the boat hit the water with tremendous im Only then was his lifeless body thrown A rescue boat found the body floating face in a pool of blood about 50 feet away from the Daniel said Selva died He said the racers heart and lungs were nearly torn from his shatlered chest and that nearly every bone in his body was broken from the force of the wa ident Elsenhower todav approved for submission to Congress a plan for expanding scientific education at a fcdoralstalo cost of about over the next four The plan was submitted to the President morning by Marion secretary of education and The Chief approved the entire It calls for federal college scho larship for high school students who have good preparation in the field of science and mathemat will touch on tluj now nlrltoediiciition plan In his State of the Union then semi Congress a special mcssago detailing the The goal would be to improve teaching and speed up the produc tion of scientists and engineers to moot Russias spaceago SevenPoint Program Assuming relatively quick and favorable congressional Folsom said it was possible that the first federal scholarships might be granted in time for tho start of the new academic year next The sevenpoint program would cost annually about 225 to 250 mil lion dollars In federal funds plus nearly matching state appropria Over Hie first four years the federal government would put up about onus billion tho states about 800 The seven points to states on a 5050 matching basis for aptitude tests of students between the seventh and ninth The testing would be conducted by the grants to states for improved counseling and guidance of young students in preparation for higher program of about federal college scholarships a year for four years to be allo cated among the states on a pop ulation basis and granted on a baflis of ability and Scholar ships would be granted to all stu dents In all fields of but preference would be given to high school students with good prep aration In science and mathe Before the Selva told re porters Im getting too old an Im going to leave racing to m ExMoody Bible Institute Dean Dies of liijuries CHICAGO UP The Rev Perry Braxton for mer dean of Moody Bible died Sunday of injuries suffered 12 hours earlier when he was struck by a car on aslippery street in suburban Authorities said the Fitzwater stepped off the sidewalk and into the path of a car driven by Albert Fisher of suburban OIL WORKER KILLED WELLSVILLE of was killed Sunday when he was hit on the back of the head by a falling pipe boom in an oil near Florida Citrus Crop Shipping In High Gear das huge citrus industry rolled into high gear early today as fresh fruit shippers planned to rush a near record shipment to northern markets waiting with the lighest price quotations in seven Manufacturers of concentrate awaited word from a Florida Citrus Commission meeting today in hopes that restrictions on the use of freezedamaged oranges in frozen juice concentrate will be The processors asked the com mission to permit the use of fruit that suffered damage up to 25 per Present regulations pro hibit using fruit damaged more than five per the citrus commis sions concentrate advisory com mittee reported last week that the use of fruit damaged up to 25 per cent would notimpair qualify of frozen concentrate Growers began picking fruit for the fresh markets Sunday as the twoweek embargo on outofstalc shipments drew to i The shipping holiday ended at 2 Girls Fell from Truck 5050v Matching Fund of federal graduate fellowships for the first year and fellowships annual ly for the succeeding three years to encourage more college students to prepare for college teaching Graduate schools also could receive direct deral grants up to a year to help most the cost of ex panding their the school itself matched the oral 5050 matching fund with the states to help slates and local school systems obtain and keep more and better science and mathematics financial assistance for the establishment and opera tion of training centers to in crease the output of foreign lan guage particularly in the anguagcs of Africa and tha Near increase of in he budget of the National Science Foundation for programs to im rove tho quahty of raining and teadiing in the sci The plan was submitted to tha resident this morning by Marion secretary of duration and The Chiel Sxocutive approved the entire pro In explaining the program to Folsom emphasized the cholarships will not be limited o students who promise to spe ialize in science and ics in Will Get Their Share He said the government feltIt was desirable foi all students of this age to know more about Continued on Page Four OSWEGATCHIE UP Two small girls died Sunday when the bed of a makeshift truck they were riding in flipped off and landed on Two other were Two boys escaped injury when the accident took place south of this Lawrence County village and Sally Anne both of Stale police said the sandfilled truck fasten ed to the truck driven by Trudys Samuel slid off as the vehicle pulled up an The first golf course in America was laid out in now known THAJNKS FOB GOOD WRITES THE ADVERTISER This unsolicited testimonial praised the results from this ad in the Evening OBSERVER which sold every item advertis ed 3 Speed Record rec ord Scluck ger sewing Call Each day we receive similar words of praise on the fast re sults of Evening OBSERVER For Sale Ads Ads for ran kitchen TV cameras tables and dozens or other money is yours when use Evening OBSERVER Class Dial   

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