Dunkirk Grape Belt And Chautauqua Farmer, February 23, 1954

Dunkirk Grape Belt And Chautauqua Farmer

February 23, 1954

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Grape Belt and Chautauqua Farmer, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1954, Dunkirk, New York YOU CAN EASILY CONVERT YOUR FARM ITEMS INTO READY CASH WITH A LOW COST GRAPE BELT CLASSIFIED AD and CHAUTAUQUA FARMER For nfiemoer of The Grape Local News World Wid6 ttewi The Best Comics Orange News 104 BIG ISSUES only for year Postage Outside Zone 3 SUBSCRIBE NOW DONT MISS AN IBBtflS r si 16 TODAYS ISSUE 14 PAGES QOP Senate Leader Unconvinced Qeneva Parley Will Succeed If Indochina War Is Discussed FEBRUARY By UNITED PRESS The administration today ap peared to have failed to convince its own Senate leader in its ef forts to dispel congressional fears abrnit the forthcoming Geneva peace William a leading GOP spokesman on Far East said in a New York speechMonday night has substantial misgivings about the conference which will include Red Korean Talk Justified Knowland said Communist price for peace in Asia Would be the admission of the Peiping re gime to the United said this would amount toa Far Eastern make al most inevitable World War Korean Talk Justified Knowland that his misgivings did not stem from the decision to discuss a Ko rean the Geneva He said there Was justifi cation attending the meeting since it was an ag gressor in the Korean He objected instead to the deci sion to discuss the Indochina ques tion at the conference before there is a chance to determine What kind of Korean peace can be Secretary of State John Foster Dulles pushed in his campaign to whip up bi partisan support for the confer ence which was agreed upon last week at the Big Four foreign min isters meeting in Dulles goes before the House Foreign Af fairs Committee before the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee Wednesday and before the people in a radio television re port Wednesday Tax Reduction Studied Other congressional news Taxes Frank Carlson R a member of thel Senate Finance said he was studying a prewar plan for giv ing taxpayers a break on earned income to balance proposed tax concessions to Under the a taxpayer was permi ted to subtract 10 per cent from his net after taxes but be fore and pay taxes o this rather than the full amouiv Bricker Homer Ferguso RMich predicted the substitut for the trcatylimitin amendment that he and other GO leaders are sponsoring will wi the necessary twothirds vote fo final Senate It has a ready been adopted tentatively b the Security Risks Transferred Security Congressional test mony revealed that nearly halt o the 590 security risks separated from the State Department las year transferred other govern ment It also showed tha 11 of them were fired for pro Communist activities or associa Balloon Paul Dougla DI11 proposed a two million do balloon offensive to carr messagesand packets of surplu food across the Iron Curtian t peoples in the Russian satellites Walter Hendl Of Chautauqiia Is Given Award Walter conductor of th Ohautaugua Symphony orchestra has jiist been informed that th Philippines Committee on Anniua Awards for 1953 Music Personal sician of hi conducting tour of the Philippine during September and October o In notifying Hendl o this Ramon chair man of the committee on awards The which wa composed of music authorities music music educators and representatives of the press took into consideration your valu aible services to the cause of mus cal culture during the year 195 in your stand ir musical The country a whole recognized this as th greatest contribution to the of good music toy any single artis throughout the whole Th Committee also did not overlooi after conferring upon you the titl of Visiting Musician of your I personal acrifice both material and This is the only national award of the and in the cere 1 mony held recently in th award and a goldmedal were a c cepted for Hendl by th American Other artists who made appearances in the Phil ippines during 1953 were Solomon Isaac Szigetd and Dani Hendl ha been asked to return to the Phil ipipines this fall to fill guestcon ducting once with orchestras of tha To Get Doctorate An additional significant honor will be bestowed upon when he is the honorary degree doctor of music by the College of Music of Cincinnatia tihe commencement exercises to be held in Cincinnati on Thursday June Hend will be present to receive the de gree and deliver the of Music of founded in 1878 with Theodore Thomas as its first among the American institutions for musical instruction created on a strictly nonprofit educational In notifying Hendl of this Walter president of the We do not frequent ly award the honorary degree doc tor of but because ofyour contribution to the cause of name ranks first and alone among all those currently considered for this hon Following his to Cincinnati Hendl will go to the west coast to a series of concerts for the Pacific coast fes tivalof Santa concerts will be devoted to the music of Mozart and and Rudolf willappear as soloist with Hendl during which will extend from June 24 hrough July The programs 111 be Coral Casino n Santa Iramediately lowing the Pacific1 Hendl wuTreturn to Ohaittau qua for his second summer season as musical director of the Chau tauqua Symphony orchestra for its 24ccnccrt series opening July A fanal is being built to Por tugals only refinery at Cabo Hoover Say sEssentialsToMake RealDeprezsionAreNotPresent Cave Prowlers Feel Trip a Success CRYSTAL UP Thirtyfive explorers who spen five days probing the inky black ness of Crystal Cave believe thei expedition was a complete sue The which included geo biologists botanists an other discovered tw new canyons estimate to be 100 feet deep and heard th roar of an underground The geologists in the explorin party said the cave probably i the worlds Heretofore near by Mammoth Cave was re garded as the longest in the world The last of the party crawle through the quarter mile passag way known as Scotmans Trap in to the light of day Dur ing the fiveday underground so journ the only light the explorer had was the dim light of lamp and The explorers agreed that th hardest thing was living in the chilly Time seemed tf run they and it wa hard to tell whether it was break fast time or dinner Three women in the group said it was real fun and they would to go on another expedition Miss Audrey Trenton a stenographer who did ropt climbing and discovered an 80foo said she loves to poke around in caves and forge theres an outside Ida Brooklyn and Miss Nancy Ar said immediate Concerns were hot meals and long soaking They said the cave was dirty but George Kendall Died Sunday A two months illness Was sarly Sunday morning to George Kendall of who died De wittville at age of 84 Jorn in he had lived in this area all his is survived by his Elizabeth Kendall of Dewitt and two Mrs Alice Locker of Buffalo and Wil lam Porter of Merit Kurd Oied Saturday Merit 410 Canary at the Brooks hospital Saturday at the age of 69 He was born in the town of Per had been a resident of Dunkirk for about 45 and lived for some time in He was a power dispatcher for the city of He was a IOOF Lodge 6002 of Surviving are his wifeV and three Ray and Floyd all f South The Mississippi river surface be veen dikes at Orleans oor lauy is about three feet above he average level of the citys t WASHINGTON IIP Forme President Herbert Hoover the naMon Monday night it cai have high confidence that th country is not headed into aitothe great like the one h grappled with two decades The 79yearold former presiden said the combustible materials that triggered ing his administration are no around now to haunt the first Re publican president since he lef expressed the economy will ride out the rent which he declined to glvt a specific But he said if times do get taxes should be cut in order to pump more con sumer buying power into the econ Qualified As Expert In a wryly humorous speech be fore the American Good Govern ment the usually solemn former president observed a bat tie was going on over whether 01 whether or not we are in a a a a reces sion a He that he should be regarded as an expert on the subject of de At least I was credited with having constructed on all by my th honor of having constructed one by my he I even received the honor of having that depression named after me by various politi cal Hoover made his somewha lighthearted analysis of the econo my at a dinner where he and Allan Shivers of Texas were awarded the societys 1954 Good Government Surplus Created The former president diagnosed the present situation as the in evitable of ebb and flow of a Jree economic He said scientific invention and improved production methods lave enabled business to sustain he nations present standard of liv ing with some goods left It is these plus de lydrated are worry ing the situation he His remedy if things do get Hoover was ithe proposal of President Eisen lower to cut taxes in such fash on as to increase tihe buying pow er of all the so that they absorb the surplus and thus lift the whole level of the standard of liv ng another The surest route to that end is to reduce government expenses and reduce he V Wilson Are Candidates At Beiniis Point BBMUS Wil iam Lipseywasrenominated and Robert Wilson was chosen to eplace retiring Trustee Frank Gore at the Republican village caucus here Jore did not seek renominaitidn for next months Mayor Paul Giiigrion presided with Herman Johnson as e caucus committee was Clark roctor and Clark Ex King Farouks stamp col to be auctioned in Cairo is expected to h r i ng than Itwas found five HENRY KIRK WILLIAMS Publishei In Dunkirk Hospita t x r v of mung died shortly before 4 oclock Brooks ihospital following a three months Williams was born 17 BELT and iA 1899 in son of thi late Henry and Mary He attended the Dun kirk grade schools and was grad Dunkirk Highschool Class of He received the dis Irict appointmen that summer to the United Statci Military at West Poin and entered that institution tha Williams was graduated from West Point with the Class of known as shor Due to the existing war realizing the hurriec iced for new military officers in he ordered the prepare ion work at the academy intensi fied and speeded so that the uass which normally would have een graduated in four years would finish in three years Williams received his with his classmates in 1920 rather than in He select ed infantry as his branch of the service and was later assigned to coast artillery and He saw service in Fortress Mon Hawaiian Fort Scott and Piccatinny Arsenal in New Williams was a grandson of he late Julien and Julia Thompson Williams was founder of the Dunkirk Eve ning OBSERVER in Julien a brother of died in April of 1931 as aresult of injuries he re ceived in an automobile then a first lieu enant in the regular re urned to Dunkirk in 1932 dn eaye of absence and was later He assisted his father n the business management of The Dunkirk Printing company and everal years later was elected eneral and Jpon the death of his father in Williams was named nee president in addition to his ther resident and Publisher Upon the death of his Gerald Williams in Williams was elected nd publisher of the Dunkirk Bruiting positions he eld at thetime of luY Up n learning the serious nature of is fathers health several months Williams Majo Henry Williams then o Hunter re signed the United Slates Ah Force and returned to Dunkirk Some weeks he became asso ciated with the company as busl ness manager and assistant treas Like his father before him Williams was gradualoc from Dunkirk High school anc from the United States Milltarj Class of Williams hobbies were gol and in both of which h He since his return to a member of the Shorewood golf team and was a popular member of the Chces which is composed of Dun kirk and Fredonia bridge players He was a member of the Firs Presbyterian Shorcwooc Country the Dunkirk Cham ber of the Dunkirk the Groundhog tho Dunkirk Lake Side At the lime of his Mr Williams was a member of the board of directors of Shorewooc Country had served as chairman of the club greens com and was a member of a as a memer o a committee which been in vestigating the possibility of CXT pandmg the Shorewood golf course from nine to 18 He was a member of the National Sen ior G9lfers the As sociation of Graduates of the Uni ted States Military and of the Army Williams was also a mem er of the New State Pub ishers association and was the mmediate past president of the Associated Dailies of New York Stater his Mildred Villiams is survived by his Henry Ill two Jenry Hughes of and George Shearwood of Two grand Candace Henry Williams IV of Dunkirk and sev eral nephews also Funeral services were held at he 704 Central avenue at 3oclock Monday after noon were conducted by Canon Leslie Chard of ohns Episcopal Burial ollowed in Forest Hill Dead BROCTON Charles Anderson f Webster Portland died t his home Sunday He was bornin PortlandJuly 869 and was a He was a member of the Church the Nazarene in Surviving are his rEdna ones two Walter f and Merrill of Port one A Selma Frederickson of four grandchil rcn also the Classified Cudicio Estate Tax Assessed S u r r o t e Hugh Bodine signed an or der assessing an inheritance tax of in the estate of Edward Estate passes to Dolores Cudi and Edward Harbor Raymond attorney for adminis Motor vehicles in United States traveled more than half a trillion miles in or a distance to 31 round trips to each of the eight other pianetsln our solar 6 CENTS PER COPY McCarthy Asserts Hell Show Stevens New Catsfe Of Red Infiltering It H M Mrt Hy HERBERT FOSTER WASHINGTON Jo seph McCnrtihy promised to re vonl today n now cnso of Commu nist Infiltration of tho Army to n true picture ottho way the service handles Ho announced lilnvt Uio Impor tant disclosure would n public hearing bdny of his per manent investigating subcommit Tlve case Involves a known McCarthy and he figure might ho refusedto give In advance imy details or names of Stevens Appears Thursday In calling Mie McCarthy said he wanted Slovens to get all facts before thesecretary goos before the subcommittee Thurs day In what hns boon billed ns a showdown In tho angry feud bo tween the two McCarthy has tonguewhipped liho Amy for allegedly coddling Comimunlsls and then barring of ficers from testifying before his Stevons In accused the Wisconsin Republican of humili ating Ralpih Zwlck pr during a hearing amd declared ho wasnt going to subject his sub ordinates to any more unfair at Todays session marked a kind of formal debut for Democratic members of the subcommittee who untied their boycott against the group last month but did nottake part In McCarthys recent oneman hearings on the Army in New Carried Out Orders Honry Jackson of said Slovens should be given a chance to present the Armys side of the officers are under oath carry out orders ot their su he told newsmen I dont see how Zwtcko can be con demned Cor came under fire from McCarthy at one of tho New York hearings for issuing an honorable discharge to Irving n New York doiHIst whom McCar thy hntl called a Fifth Amend ment Zwickor insist eel ho was rtioroly carrying v odt r McCarthy was asikodabfcut tile charge that ho hitmiltoted fcwtckcr when he returned to nshinglpn Into Monday from I know It may bo embarrass mg to bring certain he didnt create the I exposed But Peter Now Jersey charged hero was no excuse for McCar thys reportedtreatment of Zvviclc er and congratulated Stevons for his flwn Billy Graham Having Troubles During British Speaking Tour By WILLIAM SEXTON LONDON UP Billy Graham apologised Monday to thoBritlsh Labor Party for an alleged against Socialism but ranMp xttew trouble from tho Communist Dally Worker which was preaching capitalist aboard the liner expected to Jam at Southampton He be gins a greater London crusade at Hurrlngay Sports ArenaMarch 1 despite a bitter controversy ir the proLaibor The evangelist radioed his apol ogy to tihe London Dally Herald which had trumpeted a foil lie his alleged remarks that what Hitlers bombs could not do in demoralizing Britain Social Ism with Us accompanying evils shortly regret which without my knowledge or Graham radioed Believe full explanation your hands but if in you feel apology to Laibor Party need ed you certainly have Part of that full explanation came earlier from Grahams Brit ish Donald WllsonHaffendcn chairman of Grahams crusade ex ecutive committee in said a typographical since cor set off tho uproar inwhich Graham was accused of political Ho explained that the offensive expression in a 1054 cal endar prepared by Grahams sub ordinates In the Billy Graham Evangelical Association in Amer an opponent of Com referred to socialism with a capital Labor Party mem bers in Britain also refer to them selves as Socialists with a capi Witnesses End 3 Day Assembly The three day assembly of Jehovahs Witnesses icre closed Sunday afternoon with he public lecture given by a of the Watchtower Bible and Tract so The Bible What sYour Destiny was attended by who is district su pervisor and the leading speaker f the directed atten lon to the fact that each individual oday is choosing his own The assembly which began Fri day featured bible discus ions and effective ways to Preach the Word of vhich was the theme of the entire Thedelegates covered area distributing bible Saturday afternoon 860 persons icard a discourse on baptism by Barber and 75 dedicated them elves Saturday evening reports were given on the progress made by Jehovahs Witnesses in the iVestern York A cafeteria and refreshment land were maintained in the irange Hall on Main street and 00 meals per hour were served hroughout the three Foster mothers employed by he 9ity of Northern Ire have their own union and are demanding higher wages and ringe Firestone and A rri Are Honored Tho du Pont de Nemours and tho Firestone Tire Rubber two bignames ln American Monday won top honors for tho second in Freedoms Foundation awards for outstanding contributions to American way of lite They wore among more than1800 organizations and Individuals cited for their patriotic work by the 34 member 1053 awards jury of Dhe Freedoms Foundation at Valley set up In 1949 tihe cause of true understanding of American James Karl Mundt RSD associate editor William Fielder ot the Sa vannah and Irma an Elk wpre among the individuals to win top AH but Mundts carried cash In the Foundation gave out In cash prizes and hundreds of other awards at Bipedal George Washingtons ceremonies at this historic The Dupont Company stone were the only secondtime Firestone won the top award In the company employee publications it wonfor the first Duponts Cavalcade of America which won top honorsIn radio field in took the first prize this time in televi sion Just behind Cavalcade of America In the TV field came Bishop Fulton Sheens Life Is Worth Living program which won tihe TV award last The ijpp award in radio this year went tothe Frederic Zlv Com panyof for its Farleys prize was for talk he gave at the fifth annual Confer ence on American Foreign Brocton GOP Caucus on Wednesday The annual Re wblican caucus will be held Wednesday at 8 In the village hall to nominate a candidate for mayor to succeed Fleming and two candidates or trustees to succeed Anthony Cappclllno and Theodore are candidates to succeed Miss Anna Broken Died Early Sunday Miss Anna died day ai Ion H K was in had resided hem all her She was a member of Josephs i Surviving a Drohen of Switzerland now hasdaily Farm Building School Set At Sinclairville A twoday V coii struoCkm of farm buildings will bo conducted service lihOSliiclnlrviUolGnwgo Thursday and 25 eer Morris Loyfy Mo hawk Ppwer company rural en gineer Sri Loring of the Pdrtland will makeup Classes each wWi time out for din ner sevod the ladies of the SlnclalrvUlo Topics in clude footings ami foundations and them roofing materials and their use pole barn and nvacMiery storage construction home grown lumber adequate Uglbtotng rod protection and Its Ventilation and insul using concrete on the farm bracing and framing an adequate electrical wiring system of com cribsbullding with concrete State Workers Pay Increases i ALBANY Dew ey has called for a pay increase the states em ployes effective April l Dewey also announced a new salary plan providing a general wage increase through upgrad ing of about half tho state work First payment of J per cent ike will be made in a lump sum retroactive toApril The delay explained as to ad ministrative problems involved in the This years im portant gubernatorial election Dewey explained was above his recommended of 31 million dollars in wage in t f New Salary Schedule f VSlmilar will be forthcoming soon for spe cial state workers includingState university aegisla live and judicial The Governor announced a new 38grade salary schedule places the efcisting seheflute of 55 Hesatd existing titlestothe new scheduled would eliminate ng pay About onehalf ployes receive a nnii which had J pay boost ;