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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 19, 1955, Wellsville, New York                                Move Your Clocks Ahead ONE HOUR Next Saturday Night Reporter WelUville Daily Reporter Bringi You The Latest World and Local News Allegany County s Daily Newspaper SeventyFifth Year NEW Tuesday April 1955 Five Cents Salk Vaccinations For Children liberals Urge Out side Summer Test Areas ReTe Depend On Arrival of Supplies Threat of War Victory Smile State Health Commissioner Does Not Know If Serum Will be Received In Time ALBANY The state health commissioner says Salk vaccina tions for third and fourthgrade children outside last summers test areas in New York State de pend on whether supplies arrive in Herman Hillcboc said last night he did not know whether the stateordered antipolio vac cine would be received soon enough to be used before schools close at the end of He set May 15 as a target date for de livery if the two shots are to be given a month Arrangements are how for the Inoculation of all first and secondgrade children and the third and fourthgraders in the and six New York City The National Foundation for Inr fantilc Paralysis is supplying the vaccine free for the latter group The state or dered vaccine last Friday for the third and fourthgraders not covered by the foundations old Florida and New York Fman Publisher Is Acquitted In Federal Court WASHINGTON W wellknown Americans who call themselves liberals urged Presi dent Eisenhower today to take Immediate steps to extricate the United States and the world from the present menace of war in the Formosa They called upon the President in such negotiations to make clear that the United States will not commit its forces to the de fense of Matsu and Qucmoy and will not permit them to become a cause of AsianAfrican Conference Is ToldRedChinaNotlnterested In Any Subversive Activities McCarthy Tax Record Is Cleared By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON Internal Revenue Service was understood Announcement of the telegram today to have cleared McCar By BILL BECKER LAS Wl Hank Brooklynborn publish er with a touch of western mover to Eisenhower was made by Amer thy s income tax record after a Ick in his editorial was jcans for Democratic j detailed investigation of his fl frer today of a federal charge of said the signers acted as mailing matter tending to incite claiming the murder of Joseph Me calls Itself an Carthy pendent antiCommunist A jury of six men and six worn organization dedicated en acquitted the 45yearold pub cause of hide Various informed sources report ed last night that the Wisconsin political Republican had been granted an to the income tax refund for the year One report said the re fund was Another version lisher and columnist of the Among those listed as signers Vegas Sun last night alter 2 hours were Franklin Roosevelt Placed ll at and 45 minutes of i Norman veteran Socialist In Des De Jury foreman Gail Andres said leader president partment Security Chief there was never any doubt In our the Brotherhood of Railroad Scott a friend of McCar minds that Greenspans fiery Trainmen author commentator said he had been informed column posed no threat to MeElmer Davis India that Coleman inler Carthys The howvice chairman of the Democratic nal revenue had had to wade through a long National Committee Reiihold notified McCarthy last Friday that list of technical Niebuhr Union Theological Semihe had a refund clua McLend v wm tfdONn Greenspun stormy petrol of 43year Nevada hailed the n Wotir finnn In a radio interview smiles during press confer1 jom Dress No one knows how much ence in New York City recently to vaccine the manufacturers have announce that the Illinois Supreme apanaffrmationoi free Said the publisher last night the people of or how much Is Court ruled in his favor in his If the supplies should not arrive campaign to wrest control of m t by May the commissioner Montgomery Ward from the interval between shots board chairman Sewell could be He said it was j AP a race against Hilleboe promised fair and equitable distribution of vaccine between New York City and Up He said there would be no injection of New York City chil dren without regard for those Up The state plans to spend one mil lion dollars for Salk vaccine this About is to be used for the program of inoculations and the remainder as a stockpile against any summer Asked whether this years in jections would be as effective as those of Hilleboe We should see better because the vaccine had been He noted that of the chil dren given Salk shots in the state last year only 10 developed para lytic while 49 of thesame number given dummy shots were Manufacturers of Salk vaccine report that most the output to date has been earmarked for dis tribution to school children by the National Foundation for Infantile Only two of the six companies producing the vaccine said yester day they also are supplying the vaccine to private The foundation Intends to inocu late Restraining Order Is Continued In Wildcat Rail Strike in Buffalo one of the stof the any attempted curbs on their sacred rights of freedom of the press and freedom of The verdict closed a fiveday trial which reached a climax in the final arguments of A court ruling limiting testimony to postal and technical matters had upset the publishers Intended de But the jury obviously was con vinced by the closing twohour speech of Edward Cv mainspring of Greenspuns fourman legal Morgan used Grrenspuns word from the indicted column of plus many of his to lambaste McCarthy and McCar thy Hank was out there this monster before it was popular to do Morgan McCarthy could not be BUFFALO restraining or der against wildcat strikers of the South Buffalo Railway was con tinued in Federal Court but a hearing on the injunction suit brought by the company was adjourned to District Judge Harold Burke adjourned the hearing 2 tomorrow afterattorneys for the railway failed to submit briefs on why a temporary injunction against the strikers should be ex Judge Burke granted the re order late It halted a strike of 400 brakemen and conductors of Lodge Brotherhood of Railroad Train The labeled as unauthor ized by both the company and un ion halted production at the Bethlehem Steel Companys ThiycasVTnyoTves J The nary the John Hay rs understood it was over former pastor of Com munity New York Lloyd New York attorney Benjamin former State Department adviser and Hans Cornell Affirming their support of pledges to help defend Formosa and the Pescadores against any Chinese Communist attempt to in vade Chiang Kaisheks National ist the 47 signers said the The revenue service refused to comment on the McCarthy McCarthy declined to be quoted on the matter in advance of a late afternoon news conference which he billed as a report lo the people on an internal revenue investigation that began in the fall of A Senate elections subcommittee raised questions about McCarthys 1951 thc to Genial Smile case of the islands of inncancal a su and Quemoy was quite differ I We submit that the islands over which this threat arises are inseparable from the Communist mainland by of their situa tion as you observed some months not essential for the defense of Formosa and the Pes the telegram The Eisenhower administration has declined to make any declara tion now on whether it will help defend Matsu and Quemoy if the Communists carry out threats to Headquarters OfVietnamese Army Shelled By JOHN RODERICK Viet Nam The Blnli Xuyen private army shelled the headquarters of the Vietna mese national army today In a new outbreak of violence in free South Viet Eight soldiers and two Binh Xuycn commandos were wounded in a 50minutc battle that raged around the threestory yel low building in the heart of The French News Agency re ported in a SaiRon dispatch to Paris that new fighting had broken out In the Dakao on the Red Chinese Premier Tells Delegates His Country Is Being Subverted by US By ROBERT EUNSON Indonesia Red Chinas Premier Chou Enlai told the AsianAfrican Conference to day that his country was not in terested In subversive activities but instead was being subverted by the United States of If you do not believe told the then you can send representatives to China to take a You arc all Chou continued We do not hide the fact that we believe in com But tills Is not a meeting to discuss ideologies but to seek a common ground and not great Communist he had come to Bandung ready to comply svith the decisions of the sponsor ing and not to raise other We have no Chou China could raise the question of the liberation of Tai wan Formosa and the neighbor northeast side of the Vietnamese I ing We could have made capital across town from the army criticism of the unfair treatment The dispatch said of China in the United Nations but exchanging we arc not going to do Aside from the charge of in Washington The matter was turned over to Later he expressed the belief that the Internal Revenue Service except for the United Nations armed groups were shots and The bombardment of the head most of Chous speech quarters was the most serious followed a conciliatory em break in the uneasy truce between nnasizing chiefly his contention the government and the Binh that peaceful coexistence of coun Xuycn since their street battle on tries with different social systems March At least 26 persons were can be i killed and 12 wounded in that Chou said international tension was reduced following the Korea In n hiicf outbreak armistice and the Indochincse charged the Binh Xuycn a national s ce which then began its long the events of these last 10 years The subcommittee report also went to the Justice Depart In October 1953 Brownell said his department had I found nothing to show that Mc Carthy had broken any The meeting in unusual last 2 condemned the events of these last 10 years T vvnulrl leiin IVIVP nlimepd the i mcles kilinB the driver of Z H ft Sin The shcHing today was preceded seize them from It has McCarthy in part for abusing said they will be defended if members of the elections subcom assault on appears to be a mlttee that investigated Mc world into unlimited international AP State Reports Surplus Of Over One Dollars For 195354 by a skirmish between an nrtny patrol and blackshirtcd Binh Xuycn commandos disguised as refugees from Communist North Viet The chief of Le Van personal charge of the reached in Washington for com prelude to an attack on Carthy has contended the subcom mpnt on the attorneys The teleeram to Elsenhower mlttee conducted itself i B i Tne wisconsjn Republican told newsmen in scheduling his news ALBANY state reports tj join with India and Burma in supporting the principles of peaceful Following these Chi and Indonesia havo already achieved good results in their pre liminary talks on the question of the nationality of the citizens of one country residing in defense of the During the Geneva Conference cars were ent out and traffic and also expressed readiness to pedestrians were diverted Jrom the Morgan hinted that the trial was1 asked nim to seek the cooperation politically motivated I suggest of other through the Q1 someone wanted to get Greenspuri Nations or in direct conference ended March out of the in Sppidne a solution in l am not going to report to the The a product of the n lo ln seeKing a bomuuii in I an operating surplus of flic shooting lasted about an for the fiscal year which ended March hour before quiet was The attack on the headquarters aroused a new wave of antiFrench r I to join in seeking a solution in npnni l 5 lno DuaBHl Proaucl OI Ulc feeling among the army officer j accordance with international law Senate but to who paid j Republican administration of for and They accused UK raised by the elections subcom said the graders in the Each child will receive two the let of two cubic centimeters of the A booster to be administer ed seven months will have to come from other Of the six vaccine manufactur Cutter of San and of said part of their output already had been sentto cial outlets for ParkeDavis said it sent a to ken commercial supply to drug gists in 20 cities the clay after the vaccine was pronounced effective and safe on April The firm added that since then all its supply has been sent td the polio owned by the steel will not be a party to an incitation to He then referred to the Puerto Ricans who shot up the Liquor License Bill Vetoed by Harriman Judge Burke sad the basic ques House of Representatives last year turn n the suit is the authority and said the Greenspun column1 of this court to enjoin a certainly would tend to incite The revenue services field in vestigation of McCarthy ended about a year It was learned Jlf persons of that rvnn thn nrHon A j served with the aining order and that quick determination of the dispute was He ordered the cpmpany and the union to submit briefs when the hearing is resumed Union spokesmen said the strik ers walked off jobs to pro test what they called delays In negotiating a contract to replace one that expired last The company contended that the strike violated the Railroad Labor Act which requires a 30day pro bation after official notifi cation mediation efforts have Communities Are Working To Make Assessments Just Dan Reeds Condition Still Dangerous Although Better i tional Mediation the feder al agency involved in the negotia Italy condition of Dan Reed RNY was de scribed as improved but his doctor said he is not yet out of The 79year old congressman from was taken to the Little Company of Mary pital Sunday after suffering heart His Domenico said his condition is men s and making them more satisfactory this Ho passed a restful night But his ill1 chairman of the Slate ness is still arid he is not Board of Equalization and Assess yet out ot I yesterday at the an Reed came ALBANY grand jurv indicted the nub r Arll 1954 The next morning Greenspun reprinted the in its Lonely Hearts at Zoo Due to Lack of Money then there was virtually no possi dollars into the capital construc ATHAIMV Harriman bllity of any criminal tax evasion lion fund had reduced the todav sDoke out against what he charges beinS filed a8ainst MC A spokesman for the Republican toaay spOKc oui against wnai ne Carthy The service is said to havc legislative majority said afterward called planned deficiencies in I informed the Justice Department that the administration vetoing a bill providing for it could detect no intent to de had transferred 26 millions more Comptroller Arthur j with Hao Hao and Cao nounclng the amount at a news dcmand Dlcms conference said the transfer of more than million havc been putting on Diem keep ordcrnK o BUFFALO Iffl of liquor licenses after a He said that as desirable as this bill he was vetoing it be cause the financial score did not add The measure was sponsored by Republican Assemblyman William Harriman said that even though the State Liquor Authority had es At the Buffalo timated that would finance fraud the Parts of Utah Are Bathed In Salt During Storm lo the construction fund than was planned In the Dewey He said this would make the actual surplus about 27 The Dewey budget predicted a surplus of two millions and antlei SALT LAKE CITY of patcd transfer of 55 millions to the Utah were bathed in mud and snlt construction during a weird weather sequence Levitl listed yearend totals as yesterday f0nows lax The ski resorts of and the offensive against the private develop friendly relations with the Indochinese states on the basi of thee There is no rea son why relations between Chi na and the Philippines and other neighboring countries cannot be China is ready to establish nor mal relations with other Asian and African countries on the basis of stricl adherence these princi ples and is willing to promote the normalization of relations between China and Chou Chous speech followed a line he has been promoting throughout the conference sweetness and charm in the words of one im pressed Middle Eastern Ho denied that communism The French contend such sought to interfere in the internal action would launch a civil affairs of independent countries AlljAmorican personnel were or and said China was ready to co de rea by the embassy to keep off the streets PSC Will Decide Rome Bus Petition in May for cultural and economic By following the principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial nonag noninterference in each others internal equality and mutual the peaceful coexistence of countries with dif the outlook is blue for administration of the w tJJ l tUVUI our opinion is that would chocolate colored be I t hearts Judy and They have no the mandrill faces a life of lonely widowhood be cause the zoo does not have the money to buy her another says Curator Joseph and especially against the shore of the Salt The only alternative would be ties topping 45 miles an pro a deficiency appropriation next ceded the grimy rain arj he I fa It tumbled several On I am against tie ROME examiner the ferenl social systems can be real r Public Service Commission has in Chou KI rcsoits ol Alia and expenditures dlcatecl that the commission prob Chous speech followed hew at wasalcn spent for stale pur ably will not reach a decision until tacks Communist expansion by a poscs spcnt jn May on the potion of Asian allies of the West I assistance with velocil wom Ho noted that 25 millions more n i IK ifltljr Lilt IJClllllJll IJL i T vo iuvinjr Rome City Bus Lines to end Thcv flid not call the Reds by allotecl lo education ale Al a hearing the corn1 than in the previous fiscal year paiiy offered free use of its buses should sec an if the city would finance limited Two years Judy the zebra planned the gover gave birth to a colt who was nor I we should swapped off for some guanacos Insist on legislative provisions ol and Since then Judys mate appropriations required by new or died and her chances of hitching gqnic just as we should in Franka com UPQ zebra are i slst on revenue to cover appropria a munitiesare showing Suzy or Sue for rhymes sake lion and courage to lackle the job I about as wcll stacked and fetch The governor signed a bill allow of straighlcning oul local assess In8 a as tfnd anywhere ing schools lo issue special work west of But the zoo still permits to minors who are mar owes for There is no provision had money to match her with a male been made only for minors found Incapable of profiting from further in At says there days ago to attend a meeting of the Executive Committee of the ahnnt 10 meeting of the New York are three large outdoor pens stand a State Assessors He attrib1 Ing Many inside cages are Increased activity to the Worse there are Interparliamentary an or1 ganization of representatives from al a number of national Friends here said he had com plained recently that he was not recent revision of equalization He vetoed another bill which would have barred Communists from jury about a dozen animals without Harriman said the bill was do feeling Four Firemen Escape Serious Injury As Building Falls SYRACUSE Ofl Four firemen fell to the ground amid tons of charred debris yesterday when the rear of a flaming threestory building They were standing on the None was seriously A flfth fireman jumped to safer Three families were made home less by the fire in the frame ment building at 222 Comstock It was believed to have started In a firstfloor There was no estimate of the Moore declared that localities relying on federal and stale aid1 instead of the real property tax would lose home Who pays the piper the he Niagara Frontier Transit Reports Drop in Net Income BUFFALO UP The Niagara Frontier Transit System re ports that its net income dropped from in 1953 to last The company said yesterday the sharp drop was caused by a four month delay in setting current In its report to the company reported passenger vol ume last year declined nine per pent to about 123 The com pany provides bus service in Buf falo and Niagara company of their own Many are in the prime of Theyre downright Zoo keepers agree that kudu or chimp are happier when Fifty Pound Snapping Turtle Is Caught in Salmon River MALONE hooked a 50pound snapping turtle yesterday while fishing in the Salmon He hit it on the head with a board and dragged it to the Malone The reptile recovered and tus sled with two policemen before they looped a rope around its They bound stuffed It Into the trunk of a prowl car to dis pose of delivered it to James Champines Champine put the creature in his basement and If it doesnt walk away with the I suppose well have a fective and was vetoed for techni cal SHOWERS WESTERN NEW ern Finger Lakes to Lake Ontario Warm humid and showery turning cooler tonight with some fog and High in the mid dropping off to 4045 Tomorrow overcast with showers i and thundershowers developing Thundersqualis likely late tomor Temperatures rising again to the mid The wind whipped up dust from newly plowed fields in Southern even greater Levitt was asked whether recommendations of a commission studying school assistance might lead to adoption of a formula that name but their meaning was Former Assembly Presi Carlos Romulo of the Phil nes and Pakistans Prime Min As the dust spread north Ol f lol visibility lowered at timos lo a such an service on a basis until istcr Mohammed All rallied at the the another operator could be conference plenary session this The cmpany seeks to end service May j Mayor Samuel Wardwell morning to the antiRed banner quarter of a raised yesterday by Iraqi Foreign Minister Fadhil would preclude such an said the cily would be willing to alul Indian Prime lie he was confident the allow the present operator lo try Minister Nehru noUenably re I rained from joining in the ap the race tracks but that their that it lost operating i ciuu uui nicii ULU u mai VVosI cnnflifl Salt from the desert noar the wcro He said the income jn this city of last year rie1 Great Salt Lake was lifted into flom admission taxes at the tracks a fare boost from 13 to 15 the air by the only lo dropped to Rev cents a ride In turn to the earth in the The onues from parimutuel Michael president of the Homemade Fire Truck to Be Tested In Jamestown mixture fausnd several short oil rose from that said he could not operate be cults in Salt Lake City by coating of the previous year to yond the end of this But JAMESTOWN insulators on power then Cigarette smoking was down offered the lines 15 buses for economical ir conducting Ihe electricity to the Levitt said the cigarettetax in ilsc On a nonprofit basis for wooden Death of High School Girl Similar to That of Brother OLD FORGE high school girl collapsed and died on a school athletic field yesterday in circum stances similar to those under which her brother had the same age and on the same field three years Patricia com plained of feeling dizzy while play ing softball during a physical edu cation class at the Town of Webb High Eugene Retzbach said she died of congenital heart Her Lansing Tiffany died of the The and Lans ing and six sisters sur economical fire department ex come fell from the reasonable S Into onerUion collected in He at1 Wardwell said a prospective ci operation this tributed the drop to research al I operator had suggested he might i leging a link between smoking and i try operating limited daytime jts lung But he added that he service if he could get local finaa thought the decline had leveled The comptroller reported the total state debt at He said this was relatively small comoared with other states and considering the states assessed JOHN FITZGERALD DIES PALM John Martin of one of five brothers who built Na tional City and befpre his retirement in 1947 head of Southern a branch of the big bus holding company which oper ates services In nearly 100 Died f n h was estl cial lish garages The niayor did wanted for thrbugh the j efforts of William Backing Tractor rms Owner I maintenance who drew not name ttie local department buiu wnat Of Farm Against Barn Wall BROADALBIN John of was injured fa tally yesterday when a backing tractor pinned him against a barn Coroner Richard Kearns of Fulton County said Joseph Mad owner the was backing the tractor to pick up a load of Kearns said Mad wocki did not know Ryfa was be hind up the and Fireman man Pedersen and other fire men who aided in the construc The truck was built on a used 1949 twoton chassis bought by the SPECIALIST DIES NEW Mmartin specialist in the medical treatment of the Died Mon   

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