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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 29, 1956, Wellsville, New York                                Reporter Claitlftod Adi Will Bring You Goth Telephone 53 or 54 Reporter Allegany Countys Daily Newspaper The Reporter Gives Yew Complete On All the Major Newt SeventySeventh Year Saturday December 1956 Five Cents Per Copy UN Salvage f earn Is Beginning Work Of Clearing juez Homes Once Stood Here Group Starting With Major Obstruction Blocking Southern End of Canal Egypt United Na tions salvage team today began the Job of clearing major obstruc tions from the southern entrance to the blocked Suez The salvage work had been ex pected to start Aides of In charge of the canal project for the arrived in Suez with Instructions to launch the operation But an official of the Egyptian Suez Ca nal Authority said no orders to start the work had been received from headquarters at half way up the Sunken damaged bridges and other debris still litter th wreckage of the Suez fighting that lasted only six days nearly two months Clearing them out is expected to be a long and complicated The first salvage work is ex pected to be of only token propor A spokesman for the Egyp tian canal authority said it would deal with only three or four ob The only previous work done to open the canal consists of limited operations by three British and French vessels in the Port Said area and removal of some mines by the Although Brit ain and France have pulled their invasion forces out of the Egyptians authorized some Brit ishFrench salvage vessels to com plete the work they had started in Port Egypt originally said the sal vage work could not proceed until the quit Egyptian but Thursday agreed to permit clear ing of the southern Trs IS PURSUED NEW YORK IdVPolice pursued their allouthunt today for New Yorks mad bomber after be ing snowed under by 36 bomb scares in a 24hour Thihgs got so bad by late yes terday that Chief of Detectives James Leggett sharply cur tailed activities of his bomb He ordered the 34man squad to respond only to those calls in a suspicious object had been One man questioned In the in died of a heart A suspicious object was found early today in the Times Square The IPinch pipe capped at both ends but found to contain only wadded was found lying near the The theater official who made the discovery summoned who it Some 350 persons the movie house at the time were unaware of the inci Yesterdays wave of at tributed by police to cranks and kept authorities in an almost continqus state of At one calls were pour ing into police headquarters at tho rate of pjifl a The alarms sent police scurry ing city into skyscrap hotels and bus and rail caused police to intensify their diabolical mad has planted some 33 bombs inthe city since v have injur ing 15 No deaths have Regards totaling been for the maniacs The discovery that caused the greatest ajarm ocurred last night at Madison Square where some persons were attending a holiday college bas ketball A suspicious looking pipe wrapped in a white found in a lower level lavqpitqry of the A Garden security official raced out of the with the vice it in a parking later found it to con tain tppre harmful than a Similar devices were found throughout yesterday at Macys department a doorway of a prjvaU Quecns a Manhattan movie theater and the ALBANY W Snow reports re Grand Central All were At United Nations headquarters in New the Egyptian mis sion charged that about Arabs were killed in and around the Gaza strip after Israeli forces invaded Egyptian held territory Israel denied the Abdul Kader Egypts di rector general of was quoted as saying the Israelis gath ered persons in Gazal area arid executed them without He also said the Israelis killed 750 persons at Rafa in the northeastern section of the Sinai Mordecai an Israeli delegate to called the Egyptian charges flat Snow Reports Predict Will Be Good THE HOMES WHICH STOOD on these foundations near were only a stones throw from the Pacific but they burned to the ground Wednesday before firemen could pour on them to save them from raging brush Scattered among the ruins were bi wagons and other Christmas AP Wire Racial Violence Breaks Out Question of Successor To Javits Is Still Open Administration Is Testing Wind of Public Opinion On Middle East Policy fake fashioned to look like the auMieritic Judge Ackerson Will Be Buried on Monday ccivcd yesterday by the New York State Department of Com Alpine Meadows 2B frozen granular skiing open through New Years 20 Bcarpcn Mountain Prallsville 37 frozen granular skiing fair lo skating pond 19 NIAGARA FALLS JTi Funeral BeJIaryc Mountain Trace services fpr Judge Fred Acker1 13 granular skiing j who served as presiding1 none to poor only chairlift judge of the State Court of 29 for 20 will be held here 8 ma Judge Ackerson died unexpect edly yesterday of a heart chinemade skiing 24 Hickory Hill skiine 12 gran ular no 28 He was 90 frozen Appointed to the Court of Claims in 1915 be served as presiding judge from 19J6 until his retire ment in He continued to serve as an official referee and as VclC ludii unl lijo Lake 5 skiing Old 3 skiing tows to voriU Sat 30 Norlli Creek 13 6 skiing good on trail Snow Riduc powder 03 skiing 28 degrees 58 34 Whltefacc 2 skiing good on upper levui trails and Memorial High Chemical Test May Be Used In Diagnosis By ALTON BLAKESLEK AP Science Keporlcr NEW YORK brand new kind of chemical test may come for early detection of hidden dis1 even some forms j of It would make simple chemical checks of your blood or other body It would be an enzyme or E This kind of detective work is already being to help tell how bauly a heart was damaged by a heart It has helped spot a serious liver fectious hepatitis four to six weeks before there were any oth er signs of the Eventually it might lead to a blood or bodyfluid test for very early detection of and might even tell where the cancer was The latest research and poten tialities of enzyme detection were described today to the American for the Advancement of Science by Felix Wroblewski of the SloanKettering New Enzymes are chemicals vital for tho healthy functioning of the body There are many Diseases affecting body organs may release extra amounts of cer tain which then appear in the blood or other Wroblewski Heart disease increases the of several different en zymes in the This factis being used to help diagnose the severity of the Liver diseases put varying ra tios of certain enzymes into the with the amounts varying according to how severe the dis ease he By measuring enzyme it is possible to detect infectious hepatitis long before there is any other he Increases in one enzyme in the blood have been found in some humans suffering from leu kemia and certain Wroblewski Five Kasidents Are Killed in Auto PITTSBURGH Ml i itts burgl lucluciui four were killed last in a collision of two autos on P slippery lUgawsy in Baldwin Borough about four miles from The tragedy was among the first to be reported on the na tions highways at the New Years1 holiday period Stanley was the occupant of one The driver1 of the car carrying the teeuagess identified as Alfred Killed with him were Dorothy Salmon and Mary Alice both and Barbara milted to the bar in In 1902 lie was appointed assistant dis tricl attorney of Niagara County and five years later was elecled ta the first of three terms as dis trict He in survived by his Elizi abcth n Charles Ackerson Of Glean a Hanfjte of Locust Western ern IMnfff and t changing briefly ing dur from ward a 3530 morrow light to much westerly W New York and North to Lake Ontario and cold today with light snow lurries snow at times develop today e County south Wayne High t around To with periods of irate enow and noil in slowly dil lit and becoming Crime Writer Dies Was Former Lawyer PALM Francis writer of sports and crime tyles of the Hoar ing died last night after a long Tho onelime boxer was The native was a practicing lawyer in a criminologisl and motion picture executive as well as an In 1949 as editor of the West Palm Beach Coo won the Freedom Foundation award for the nations best editorial on Ihc American way of After his editorials won the award the next two Hie foundation gave him fresh honors and ruled him of the Several of Coes books dealt vividly with the prohibition They included Me and In col laboration with Coe wrote In This Record Number of Ships Use Welland Canal in 1956 PORT Ml A record ships went through the Welland Caanl during the 1956 shippirg Total tonnage of this year also set a new it was announced The 1955 totals were ships and 232 ALBANY Ml Harriman says the question of whether he will try to appoint an attorney general to succeed clect Jacob Javits is still an open There have been reports in the last few days that the Democratic governor had decided against such a a plans to hold his state office until when the Republican controlled Legislature convenes and could appoint a State law provides that the of fice be filled by the Legislature if a vacancy occurs when the Legislature is in Other the governor can After Javits election to the Sen there were reports that Har riman planned to declare the of fice of attorney general vacant as of when congress con and appoint a Attempts by both the Legislaj lure and governor lo appoint an j attorney general probably woui end in a court The Law Department has a pa tronage payroll of a million dol lars a Charles Van Harri mans press yesterday denied reports that Daniel Gut the governors had advised that a Harriman appoint ment would not survive a court Van Devander said that if Har were to he would do so between 3 and If the governor did not act in that Van Devander it would mean that he did not con test thp delayedresignation Mentioned as Republican suc cessors to Javits have been pre siding Juslicc David Peck of the Appelate First De partment Solicitor General James Moore of Buffalo Louis counsel lo the Re publican Slate and Assemblyman Malcolm Wilson of chairman of the Assem bly Codes Gutman is considered by capi lol lo be the leading candidate if Harriman moves to appoint a new atlorney UnhappyMotoristMarooned i By Fire in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA Ml An all day fire in downlown Philadelphia yesterday marooned an unhappy New York He checked out of his hotel at 11 and found his parking lot completely blocked with fire He spent the day telephon ing his wife in New trying lo explain his She doesnt beliove he Police said lie wouldnt be able lo gel iis car out until sometime MARCH OF DIM US ALBANY yesterday proclaimed January March of Dimes Month in conjunc tion with a nalional campaign to raise funds for combating Dy The Associated Press A Negro woman was shot in both legs while riding an Inte grated city bus and a high school band di rector was beaten by hooded men near in new outj bursls of racial violncc in Ihc Deep Rosa of Monl was Hie first victim of gunfire in the spreading Southern controversy over segregation on city She was reported in fair condition in a Montgomery Investigators said Jordan was riding toward the rear of a bus lasl night when a ap parently from a slammed into Ihe vehicle near Ihe passed through her left leg and lodged in her righl Olher white and Negro passen gers escaped injury and were taken to police headquarters for Police said some pas sengers huddled on the floor in fear of further violence during the trip to When Ihe bus resumed its run it was fired on but no one was injured in the second As a safety Police Commissioner Clyde Sellers or dered all city bus runs halted for the The shooting was the most se rious incident in the capital since city buses were in tegrated under Federal Uourl order elghl days On Wednesday night two buses were struck by shots but there were no injuries Guy 52yearold Cam den High School band director described from his hospital bed how a band of hooded men tied him to a tree and beat him with a board aflcr he stopped to change a tire Thursday night 15 miles north of He was returning from a television ap pearance at N C at the Hutchins said a car full of hooded men pulled up behind him just as he finished changing the lire and he yelled he didnt need any The next thing I knew men were bui sting coul of the car and swarming over They im mediately slapped a hood of bur lap over my The former conductor of sym phony orchestras at Spartanburg and Charlotte said Ihc men told they were administering the beating because he had spoken for racial integration be fore a Lions Club Auxiliary meel Hutchins said he had never made any prointegration remarks Doctors said Hutchins suffered severe Farmers Aver Laws Adding To Delinquency ALBANY MVThe State Confer ence Board of Farm Organiza tions says state laws on employ ment of youths may be contribu ting to Juvenile The representing eight major farm yester day submitted to Harriman a legislative program that In cluded recommendations on em ployment of youths in Oilier recommendations covered a wide field of power and tax The board said lack of job op portunities for young people arc apparently contributed to what it termed increasing serious juve nile It asserted Under the laws of the job opportunity for young persons has become so limited many young persons have but little con structive work opportunity out side of school agriculture still remains with con siderable job The board said youth was not cheap labor and said there should be no prohibitions enacted againsl jobs that legally employ ed young persons can perform on The board also asked the child labor laws be mpdificd to permit children over whose parents are seasonal lo harvest with their Other recommendations in the boards 1957 legislative program Devclopmenl of Niagara power by privale More liberal granting of milk dealer licenses to increase com petition and decrease Continuous study to assure ru ral youth educational opportunity comparable with that available in Jail sentences for drivers con victed of operating motor vehicles after revocation of operators per Earmarking of gasoline taxes and other income from motor ve hicles for highway Provision in federal and state income tax laws for spreading farm losses and profits over a reasonable such as three Organizations represented by the farm board arc the Dairymens League Cooperative Federation of Home Bu Horticultural Veg etable Growers Coopera tive Grange League Federation Exchange Poultry Council and the Farm Closes Shop Schoharie Voters Reject Proposed School Building SCHOHARIE Ml Voters here have rejected a bond is sue for school The vote yesterday was litere were no formal campaigns either for or against the bond is DIES OF INJURIES SYRACUSE Ml Matilda died in a hospital yesterday from injuries suffered when she was struck by an auto mobile More Americans Now Fly Flags Used at US Capitol WASHINGTON Ml More and more Americans are proudly dis playing flags lhal have flown over Ihe In 1956 aboul nalional ban ners were flown for a then hauled clown and sent to persons in various parts of the Next year may be even more of a banner The flags are flown at the re quest of a Congress member who usually is fulfilling the wishes of a a school or some civic or patriotic group back The person or group requesting them usually pays the RETIRED EDITOR Ml Sevellon relirecl cdllor and pub lisher of Ibe Providence JournalUullctin and founder of the American Press died He was born in Washing AUTHORPOET Ml John author and Doel and onetime newspaperman in Chilli and died He was born in Chilli Change In Winds Aid Firemen A change in winds today gave firemen a hope of gaining control soon over the third disastrous fire to strike the Santa Monica Mountains in three A fourth fire started last night but was brought under control early State officials and firemen of two counties y Los Angeles and Ventura maae this tally of the fires rampage in the brushcov ered mountains Burned brush and 000 The fires in brief One whipped through Lake Sher wood burning a hall dozen homes in a matter of min sending wildlife swimming for their lives in the and scorching the areas fire Another sudden blaze that flared up near Malibu Thursday burning homes a few hundred yards trom Ihe Pacific Coast High and twice forcing deputies to start evacuating Ihe sheriffs sub The biggesl of them a 26 500 acre burn at Zuma north of where even beachfront mansions were destroyed by the flames that leaped across the four lane coast Fast action by Los Angeles County firemen brought the latest brush fire under control in only a few It started along Palos Verdcs Drive near Bluff Cove in Palos Verdes Estates and burned about 200 acres of The funeral area is full of homes in the lo class but none was Fierce desert the scourge of crews along miles of dwindled early For the first time in almost a week a moist sea breczu drifted across the Encouraged by the Dep uty Stale Forester James Mace said he believed the Lake Sher wood fire could be controlled by early tomorrow and the Malibu blaze snubbed under some time The Zuma lire was brought un der control during the MARIE Ihe first of the manytroubled quinluplcl sis ters to venture into clos ed her flower shop In Her shop man ager said Marie Is closing the business for personal denying financial This pic ture of Marie was taken at the shop opening in AP Kadar Government Can Profess Consolidation Since Breaking Revolt By ENDRE MARTON and RrCIIARD KASISCJIKi BUDAPEST Ml The Russian imposed Communlsl government headed by Premier Janos Kadar can claim to have consolidated its It broke the peo ples armed resistance with the aid of Russian tanks and Its next goal seems to be that of legalizing its The workers know Ihey canl mount another armed revolution against the Russian occupation army hut they can strike again slow Many of them appeared deter mined lo do so until they achieve the goal nearly every Hungarian the Russians Even some convinced Commu nists admit privately thai the present situation can not They think thai Hungary after ils can get no less a deal than Poland installalion here of a nationalistminded pre mier like Polands Wladyslaw many workers the Hungarians would keep hammering Russki go home and pross for a neulralily stalus like lhal of This is a big wlsii and people here realize they cant force the Russians into While Kadar and his govcrn mcnl cronies sit in Ihe Parliament building behind the shield of Rus sian they are maneuvering lo turn de facto Into de legalize their The Official Gazette prints al most daily decrees issued by the government and also decrees with tho binding force of The question of legality seems so much nonsense to Budapest people who see Russian tanks on street the economic chaos and the passive Peo ple denounce a regime that seized power by riding a Russian but the regime is pushing its campaign for some sort of re whether Kadar re mains UK premier or Economic New Military Pressure in East Makes up Double Barreled Policy By WARREN ROGERS WASHINGTON Iff The Eisen hower administration tested the wind of congressional and public reaclion today to a doublebar reled idea for keeping Middle East peace with mllllary pressure and vast economic Secretary of Stale who worked out the was ready lo unveil it officially with Presi dent Elsenhower al a New Years Day conference with Democratic and Republican leaders of Con gress at the White McaJiwhllc the suggestion was allowed lo leak lo some news In that the administra lion hoped 11 would not come as a complete surprise lo Ihc legis lators on Tuesday and Ihc public would be prepared for possible new policy moves in the troubled Middle The purpose of the Idea slill loo tenuous to be called a proposal understood to be primarily this to put Russia on notice that any Middle East aggression would not go Russia since the time of the czars has coveted the Middle Easts warm water Now the areas oil resources are an added With British and French prestige waning In the Middle new and bolder So viet economic and military intru sions arc Brilain and France have been urging the United States lo step inlo Ihc power vacuum before Russia Eisenhower was reported readv lo throw the full force of his of fice Inlo a vigorous appeal to the congressional leaders to back this idea Specific standby similar to that voted him lo deal with the Formosa crisis in early lo use Iroops in Ihe Middle Easl if he deemed it nec A farreaching economic aid program for the Middle per haps totaling as much as a half billion This would go lo bolh Israel and the Arab coun tries on assurances from them that they would end Ihcir bilter Although Eisenhower is report ed strongly in favor of Dulles it is possible he would de cide not to press it if the congres sional leaders give it a cold re Inilial congressional reaclion seemed Of three senalors reached one Democrat opposed the stanrlbv another Demo crat withheld and a Re publican thought it Mansfield DMont oppos said the United Nations is the place to solve the Middle East peace Green scheduled to become Foreign Relations Com mittee declined Com ment until there is a formal pro Wiley former com mittee said he favors standby authority if Eisenhower judges he should have University of Pittsburgh Takes Lead in Wrestling The University of Pittsburgh grabbed a mighty lead last night in Ihe first day of the open wrestling championships al Wilkes Tho Panthers sent nine wres tlers into todays The Pill contingent fur exceeds that of any other A surprising Lock State Teachers College team is second at this point With five men slated for the Other schools still represented in Ihe event are To Penn Cort land State and Appalachian State Increase in Minimum Wage Recommended NEW YORK special wage board has recommended that the state minimum hourly wage in the cleaning and dyeing industry be raised immediately from 80 to 90 The in its report yester day to Industrial Commissioner Isadnr also recommended thai on the minimum hourly wage for the industrys 100 workers be raised to one dol Other board recommendations were That the commissioner raise im I mediately the weekly guarantee I for industry workers from to alter lo Thai the special hourly wage rale for apprentices be eliminated from The current rule was not Lubin appointed eral months auo to study w rales in Ihe He will hold public hearings ou boards recommendations alter which he has 30 days lo accept or reject The board chairman is Arnold Tolles of Cornell Universi tys School of Industrial and La bor CHARLES JOHNSON VIES MINNEAPOLIS Charles who strutted the cakewalk on stages of many of the worlds leading theaters in the 1890s as a member of the Negro dance team of Johnson and Dora his died Patti Page Weds Dance Director at Las Vegas LAS wi Singer Patti Page and dance director Charles OCurran motored to Palm today after their marriage last night in a civil U was the second marriage for Miss She divorced Jack Skiba in is the former husband of singer Betty His first 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