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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 12, 1956, Wellsville, New York COME TO WELLSVILLE SATURDAY FOR DEDICATION DAY Jfe i Reporter Allegany Countys Daily Newspaper The Reporter You Complete On All the Major Seventy Sixth Veer Primary Elections Throughout Nation Tumble HighHopes NEW Wednesday September 1956 Five Cents Per Copy VIi Utahs Lee Is Defeated As Republican Candidate Was Critical of Party r Wiley primary By The Associated Press Some nationally known figures j saw their hopes go glimmering in yesterdays primary I Republican Bracken Lee of Utah was defeated in his bid for nomination for a third Former Secretary of Agriculture Charles Brannan trailed in his MILWAUKEE Iff Alexander fight for the Colorado Democratic Wisconsins senior senator senatorial wno was rebuffed by delegates to Lee gained national prominence own Republican state conven with frequent criticisms of Prest ilon won the GOP nomination for dent Elsenhowers policies and his tne u g Senate refusal to pay part of his 1955 in The 72yearold veteran of three come tax the part he said senate terms defeated Glenn sconsm OR BYSTROM would go for foreign author of the contro who had been en dorsed over Wiley at the party denti was running behind former John an unsuccessful candidate for the Sen ate in 1950 and Yesterdays voting was the list big balloting spree before the No vember presidential And both parties were sure to inter pret the results in partisan ways for the rest of the Georgians hold a Democratic primary leaving only jjhodc Island and Massachusetts Those Republican Neighbors Are BusyBodies verslal farm pTan bearing his i convention last Davis con nameand secretary tinder He wdn In a hot primary elec tion fight that was not decided un til almost all the returns became A third candidate was in the race but was far out ot the I Unofficial returns from of the 3348 precincts gave i Wiley Davis Howard Boyle Wiley won by carrying Mllwau kee County by nearly votes THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA STEVENSON for President Club just about got settled in its new headquarters when Jane a prankish poked her head around the corner and held a campaign photo of President Eisenhower in doorway of the Democratic She works in GOP National Committees annex which is next President Shows Irritation Over Campaign Attacks by Democrats Data on Birds Is Reported with state contests still to be de to offset an advantage that Davis had built up in most outstate Other results yesterday Alexander Wiley won a Wiley has been at odds with critical political challenge to Wis state party leaders for several consin when Glenn Davis contended that I 11 I C I conceded defeat in the contest for he had avnlng record that was 111WWJ lUdl the GOP The state poor on what they considered Re Republican organization had re publican legislation and that he fused to endorse his I did notVote in the best interest ALBANY Iff The states de Dont Go to Polls By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Iff President showing some irrita tion at Democratic campaign at sparks a new drive today to cut down the number of stay Strong Demo Is Minimized The outcome of the Democratic of Three years ago a puty conservation commissioner I athome Republicans in Novem primary battle was set state parly convention openly cen says his investigation into tied earlier when EiMott Walstead sured WfteyJfor his opposition to deaths of pheasants on a conceded victory to State the BrJcker Amendment that state farm was Henry Waistead is a form would have limited the treatymak1 said Justin Mahoney in nurmnnrntin rt nf tho otiKmtffoH orrljlv Art erx Wisconsin Democratic chair ing powers of the a report submitted yesterday to Davis victory to Wiley Harrimans is not In Lee conceded defeat early today and asked unreasonable to assume that bac after returns showed him trailing who had supported him to vote terial poisoning had been carried by votes at the threequarter for Wiley to assure the to farm by birds transferred It was generally classed election of a Republican senator fromanother as an upset for political newcomfrom i The deputy commissioner said er George state water I wisljhim in the Novem department officials had not kept board her election Davis mortality records and as a result In the Democratic gubernator While the WileyDavis fight was lie could not determine definitely ial Salt Lake City Com close right down to the the the cause of the Eisenhower told a news confer ence yesterday he has read that polls indicate Republicans appar ently are not registering as fast as Democrats and that I deplored that He was expected to explore it further when he meets late today with an estimated 500 or more Republican leaders from all sec tions of the nation at a campaign rally on his farm near Gettysburg Boy The Republican setback in Mon shadow Henry Maier beating man had charged that over the al missioner Romney held a primaryfor the Democratic nom Founer Conservation Commis1 Maines general election on slim lead over attorney John ination settled early with sioner Louis a Harri day cast something of a s State Alonzo Hopkin led Elliot by nearly two to gross negligence or sabotage in though Eisenhower ascribed the former Herbert Maw in the Both are from the Bureau of Game had led to outcome there largely to the pop I ularity of Democratic Ed who was re race for the Democratic senator ial The winner will contest Wallce who was unopposed for in the November The vote in 3305 precincts was the deaths of the Maier T54i554 A controversy followed Walstead i broiled the bureau chief vote showed that the Re and various conser Maine had a very popular gov candidates for Sen vationist and sgportsmens Eisenhower and they decided they wanted him On the Republican side in rmVed1 abtiut 70 percent of the whicli sided with lie de former Dan total arid the Democrats about 30 nicd was unopposed for the GOP sena percent in tjhe This is Wehle resigned June citing tonnl about the same percentage that ill health as the In Washington War prevailed in the primary six years The deputy said that about ren MKniison pi was running ago when Wiley last ran for the 000 pheasants had died in the well ahead of Republican state preserve on Grenadier Is Arthur Langlle in a senator former chairman of the Lake between June ial popularity Both were Senate Foreign Relations and Jud 28 and 1955 from one unopposed for the respective Sen iniary pointed in his cause or He reported ate campaign to1 what he said was his that shipment of birds from the In the race for nominations for ardent support of President Eis Delmar Game Farm to Grenadier the governors chair being vacat enhowers foreign started July 6 and that in subse ed by Emett Davis claimed he had a better quent Weeks to birds Anderson was far ahead on the record of support of the President died at Republican and State on all issues than did He Mahoney wrote the governor Albert RoSellini of Seattle led has served in Congress since i that on July 11 of last year Cheat the Democratic The administration did not offer um was told by Marvin In Democr a t i c encouragement FarmerLabor candidates and Re publican were running in a semipopularity Luck ing major issues parly leaders sow the voting as a test of party As counting Repub licans ran slightly ahead of DFL In other races New Hampshire All Repub lican Norris Cot Lane DwinelV and Morrow and easily won re Cotton will be oppos ed in November by Laurence who was unopposed for the Democratic Vermont Robert Suicide Pact Leads To Teachers Death to either canJiassistant superintendent of eamo and by Stephen Delmar foremari that they sus pected a bacterial pois was causing the Mahoneysaid Cheatum worked on theory that the birds had died of commonly known as sleeping Mahoney said that if Cheatum NEW YORK suicide pact had set up botulism tests on July led today to the death of an at instead of on 3 the Del tractive 25yearold teacher who mar loss would not have mounted drank wine poisoned with to to police A man friend The deputy said that Charles from Turkey lost his nerve and game research investiga tor for the had ex Suez Canal Association Proposed by Big Three To Protect All Users New Vice President Stand on Civil Rights Are Targets of Adlais Speeches School Integration Demonstrations Lose Steam in Two Towns By The Associated Press National Guardsmen headed home today from Clinton and after weeklong demonstrations ngainst school In tegration ran out of The last contingent of 50 Ten nessee guardsmen slipped quietly out of Clinton last night after 590 white pupils and 11 Negroes at tended classes together peaceful But several hundred Kentucky troops remained at hand in the Sturgis The only indication of further resistance at Clinton was a peti tion filed the Tennessee Fed eration for Constitutional Govern asking the State Supreme Court in Knoxville to rehear its request for an injunction halting Integration at The orig inal request was turned down About the more than 600 guardsmen at Sturgis were order ed home by adjutant general of the icky National There only a handful of spectators the 310 white students and seven By The Associated Press President Eisenhower prepared to kick off his reelection cam paign today while Republican j and leaders sought to minimize the significance of the strong Demo cratic showing in As some 500 or so GOP officials headed for a big rally at Eisen howers farm near Democratic presidential cand idate Adlai Stevenson kept up his drumfire attacks on his Republi can By JAMES DEVLIN NEW YORK IffVAdlai Steven Prime Minister Eden Tells Parliament France Will Back Organization LONDON Iff Prime Minister Eden said today the United States has agreed to join Britain and France in setting up an interna tional to protect the rights of users of the Suez This users association will be provisional in character and we sons campaign fire was broad that tfl prepare ened today to include an attack tnc wny for a permanent system on the new Vice President Nixon along with a blast at Pres ident Eisenhowers civil rights The Democratic presidential nominee accused Elsenhower ot failing to lend the prestige of his office to southern governors and other officials upholding desegre gation laws sometimes even against their own personal feel sometimes in the face of vio lie said Nixon was presenting a new face and you have to be pwed by the lack of conviction whicli makes so swift a transfor mation Stevenson meanwhile plunged into a conference with party lead ers from New West Vir ginia and This was the eighth and last ol his eight regional grass roots meetings across the country as a preliminary to the formal opening of his campaign with a nationally televised speech tomorrow night in Stevenson was encouraged by an analysis by his staff of Maines election James his cam paign said the Republi cans never had won the White House unless they obtained 60 per Negroes attended the Sturgis High cent of the Maine November vote School that the GOP garnered but Eisenhower was expected to ex1 her fight to enter her two children hort the party leaders to get out I in the white elementary school at the he told a Clay and two Negro youths who news conference in Washington were driven from the Texarkana The situation was also quiet at per cent of the congressional the small mining town of I vote there and at af ter Negroes apparently aban doned their attempts to enter white James Gordon gave up mat polls indicate the Democrats are registering faster than the Re publicans a situation he said he Vice President Nixon Junior College Monday did not ap pear A crowd of sever al hundred white persons guarded the college entrance for the see also was due to address the ond straight Like other Republicans who I there were indica commented on the Maine election tions of further resistance to inte results Eisenhower pro1 Coleman ot fessed o see no national trend in Mississippi said at Jackson that and his majority was such the reelection of Democratic his state has dozens and dozens that he helped every other pcrscn Edmund Muskie and of ways to prevent desegregation nn tho tirkpt lc capture of at least one of the and George Bell Timmerman Asked whether he foresees the s the House of South attending possibility of a close contest of Elated Demo the Southern Governors Obnfer hq said I regard any calmed the Maine results ence at White Sulphur contest as close until after it is foreshadowed their party s victory said he would never use also in it clear Eisenhower called Muskie a 11 ciutii i he is following closelyand does governor and said not particularly cam was such that he nntinnn 4 U paign attacks leveled at him by Adlai his Democratic and Estes Kefau Stevensons running Asked directly about the cam paign they have been Eisenhower paused and then re plied I believe I would rather not comment on At another a reporter asked whether Elsenhower would identify some of the campaign distortions Vice President Nix on has attributed to the Demo Eisenhower said he would leave that to but added I think you can read in the newspapers of some of the things that have been said about me and this ad Eisenhower said he doesnt care what the Democrats say about helped every other person on the Republican National Chairm a n the National Guard to force inte gration in his A boycott against integration at Easton caused rising absen teeism among white while the boycott in schools at Mercer appeared Finnegan said that the Demo cratic congressional vote in Maine jumped more than 50 per cent over that in 1952 and that this constituted one of the greatest increases ever recorded in any let alone a normally Repub lican one like He said the reelection of Demo cratic Edmund Muskie and the congressional election results reflected dissatisfaction with the Republican record under Presi dent Stevensons attack on Eisen hower and Nixon were delivered amid frequent applause last night in a speech accepting a second presidential nomination that oi New York States Liberal good for more than votes in Stevenson said I disagree with which can be established with full agreement of all Interested par Eden said the Big Three West ern powers were still discussing details of the This announcement came after Eden told the House of Commons that Britain is doing everything to get a peaceful settlement at Suez while insisting that the wa terway not be left in the arbi trary control of Egypts Presi dent The users association will in clude the United France and and other principal users of the canal will be invited to He added The users association will em ploy pilots and undertake the re sponsibility for the coordination of traffic through the The Egyptian authorities be re quested to coperate in maintain ing the maximum flow of traffic through the It Is contemplated that Egypt shall receive an appropriate pay ment from the association in re spect of the facilities provided by he explained transit dues will be paid to the users associa tion and not to the Egyptian au Edens announcement came shortly after most nonEgyptian Suez pilots and technicians served notice that they will walk out Fri President Nassers spokes man charged that this was a con spiracy to wreck the Eden warned Egypt against try ing to interfere with the new as If the Egyptian government should seek to interfere with the operations of the association or to refuse to extend to it the essential minimum of ha then that gvernment will once more be in breach of the Convention of The Egyptian authorities will be requested to cooperate in main taining the maximum flow of traf fic through the Shouts of resign and delib erate provocation came from La Should Egypt Eden Britain and others con cerned would be free to take the position taken last week by such further steps as seem to be the President when he said of the either through the Unit Supreme Court desegregation ed Nations or by other means for decision I think it makes no dif ference whether or not I endorse I for said Ste the assertion of their Just before Eden left 10 Down ing Ambassador Win throp Aldrich paid a hurried visit that the attitude of the I to the British Foreign who is our only official sibly giving President Eisenhow The Avis died in plained that he had not carried But he added witli an edge a riverside drive hotel room en out research on mortality rates j in his voice gaged yesterday by Hugo Sien at Grenadier because he had been still believe America believes Stafford defeated House Speaker He had registered as Hugo advised that Wehle had objected I am honest that I am not a ras John Hancock for the Republican and Avis Turj to a Wehle has denied that that I am not a racketeer or nomination for lieutenant he had any such In the only other statewide is an exchange student The deputy said the records Freder from Turkey and apparently had i were required by the Federal Fish iek Reed beat met Miss Gray while she was j and Wildlife which help anything like When a newsman noted that Stevenson had accused his admin istration of misconduct and While the Republican campaign is just about to get off the ground Stevenson and his run ning Estes Kefauver ot have been ranging tho country for more than two belaboring the Eisenhower admin istration at every In Democratic Mike Mansfield of Montana struck at the GOP prosperity con of the Three Young Brothers Dont Regret Murder ffl Three I count it the responsibility ol be a blow to the econ the Chief Executive to do all In omy of Western his power to create a climate of Many alternatives have been compliance with the and to canvassed with zeal and some encourage with the immense pres times with excessive tige of his office those who are earnestly often in difficult to comply with the courts in discussing the he but the fact is that none are immediately The alternative route round the Cape of Good Hope would be very expensive and there artnot r j f 7 showed school desegregation Issue at his Me tankers we he news conference in Washington Turning to the opposition Labor In a Democratic leader who supported Eisenhower In 1952 came back into his national par tys fold wheri Price Daniel of Texas for the first time endors ed the StevensonKefauver This yesterday at the over a challenging Phoenix pharm prominent York Mahoney added that while one among this group right Robert Former State had a plan to take j may pause at accepting the fig refute any such Ross Jones lad Phoenix their lives he did not have information appearing fit and attorney Albert Mackenzie for the j he he lost his nerve to refute it because the records speaking briskly tor the most Republican senatorial nomination ttnd went or a according i for the federal agency had not j was alternately smiling and grim Hayden V j to He had been i been during the news He wasnt smiling at all when he was asked about a Stevenson suggestion that prosperity is be coming too dependent on over Democratic Ernest Mequoted earlier as saying Miss Mahoneys investigation was Farland was unopposed for renomj Gray talked him out of drinking made at the governors request Horace a Phoenix the poison and advised him to newspaper and former state bat tled it out for the GOP bid to op pose with Grien slight ly In Georgia today two former Talmadge take a He also had been quoted as say ing he left the hotel and that when he returned he found Miss Gray sprawled on the request after Wehle Sharon TVtauhs has since been appointed A committee that the Republi Legislature set up as a watchdog over Harrimans Miss Gray was the daughter of Democratic administration has Herman Gray a Fifth Ave been investigating the Wehle ac and Mclvin Thompson will nue attorney and professor of law The former commJs battle for the Democratic nominjat New York Her isioner has been invited to appear ation to succeed retiring Wai is supervisor of a within the next few ter j City Health Department dental i I clinic NINE CRUSHED NORMAN BOW EN DIES WASHINGTON Wi Norman j LevJ a former presi RIO SHOT TO DEATH Brazil expansion of consumer It is rather Eisen hower to see how many people are finding reasons tq ac count for a prosperity which they say is not a prosperity at Republicans have made peace and prosperity claims cardinal clouds with some fog again to Western New York Northern Finger Lakes to Lake Ontario on her Thomas C tl Irt 1IU so tiey could intervene in any state to keep the would be serious industrial dlslo no attempY waT made Etzel said he was told by Tom asks for aid co wit a conte Bobby I and Richard Just before Eden rose to speak The attorney Winston Churchill entered the will be ready to ready to take the floor in support of the gov ernments Suez policy if called retired wit a citation When they were sure he was Tommy handed a her rifle to Richard and said Go on In and shoot Richard fired the A fourth and a 2yearold sister were not in on the Their Betty Park who is expecting another discovered the shooting when she returned The four brothers were taken to Juvenile the three older of Lake Black Riv1 boys for a predetention hearing er fair and and the youngest for protective high 70 Increasing i The boys decided to shcoT their lor failllre any individual or months ago as Prime Minister in father after he reprimanded them grup to court order Els i favor of Eden his proteee for breaking into a neighbors gar said that marshals taking ammu of toTerTe the ls StH Missing warrants and to take the the I After Fire Destroys Hotel offenders to jail or to pay their i LIBERTY handyman was still reported missing today after fire destroyed the employes quar ters at the Frederick Hotel in nearby Glen State police said the smoldering ruins remained too hot for a Iff The na search to determine whether the fines or whatever Nations Shortest Railroad Goes of Business Today whose name was not could have been trapped in yesterdays Manager of Philharmonic Society Submits Resignation NEW YORK Judson points in their On an issue that bears on the peace Eisenhower pointed Spain Iff Nine peri up another difference with Steven sons were crushed to death today dent of the Geological Society ol Myrtarlstedes Toledo in a landslide which crumpled who had served with the chief justice f the Rio State Sutheir twostory The land Institution for more than premeiCouvt shot and killed Tuesslide was caused by heavy rains 30 died this Atlantic Stevenson previously had sug gested the time was here think about doing away with the mili tary draft under conditions con sistent with low in the Tomorrow cloudy with showers and possibly a then turning cooler tomorrow biffin to morrow around Light variable winds 515 becoming northerly to Fair to good drying to day and Poor drying In fog tions shortest commercial rail road goes put of business if they finish unloading a car of sacked feed in The feed was the last payload oi the oncethriving Cassvllle Exe ter a line con necting this town of with i has resigned as manager of the Engineer Jim Ashley was due j Philharmonic Symphony Society to make the last run oi New He held the post 34 pulling an empty boxcar with Evart chairman of the old diesel But they The orchestra societys board of department of religious thought at didnt get the feed so directors reluctantly accepted the University of Pennsylvania and the trip had to be postponed until i the resignation of the 75yearoUJ former president of Crozer Theo If they dont finish the job manager logical Seminary in hell make the run There was no indication who died would succeed AUBREY DIES PHILADELPHIA Edwin
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