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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 3, 1957, Wellsville, New York Reporter Classified Adi Will Bring You Ctitk Telephone 53 or 54 Reporter flu Reporter Olvtf Complete Defalti Ort All the Major Newt Allegany Countys Daily Newspaper SeventySeventh Year NEW Thursday January 1957 Five Cents Per Copy Harriman to Request i Legislature to Adopt dffe New Primary System Map Shows Position of Wreckage For Big Increase In Rate By DUMAS j ALBANY W will urge the Legislature to adopt I n primary election system that would shift from the party bosses to rankandflle members final say on candidates for senator and other statewide offi This was learned yesterday from n source close to the Democratic The source also revealed that Mnrrlmnn would ask the lawmak ers in his annual message Wednes day to remodel their legislative process It was learned today that Hard mans in would call for action to protect consum ers against unscrupulous prac tices in sale of merchandise and for legislation to block the New York Telephone bid for a rate The source said Harriman would propose several significant changes In the electoral and leg islative processes with a view to ward giving the average citizen greater voice In government In line with a declared objective of bringing the government closer to the He will ask the Legislature to Add some kind of primary election to the current political convention method of choosing candidates lor statewide Adopt the practice of split is to di vide the annual session into halves with a period of public hearings on proposed bills sandwiched in Provide a 15day gap be tween adjournment and start of the 30day period during which the governor must act on Governor Will Seek Action i ft To Block Telephone Move rOllCV i9 9 Adopted to Cut Deaths by Car By the Associated Press Traffic accidents killed more Americans In 1950 than ever be law officials through out the nation are turning to gct touglt policies to cut down the highway In the year just the na tion had at least a five per cent rise over 1955 in the number of auto The final figure is not yet availably but safety experts predict a total of more than The 1955 figure was The previous was re corded In In states that had fewer traffic fatalities in 1956 than In credit generally is given to rigid enforcement of safety In stales where traffic deaths in similar crackdowns gen erally arc A fry The Associated PreSs jLht these measures n cjffect In some states and planned In Increasing the number of po lice patrols This has top priority in most harsher en forcement oj existing ing for of licenses and fines for mo tortsts clirohlc of drunk driv ncgligcncc and TighjLej examinations for veh icle licenses and mandatory auto inspection Use of natlonal guard troops or sheriffs deputies to reenforce that local Palmary raguiar highway police during u peaj travel such as noli elections be held in the spring instead of as they were in Reduce from one year to six months the legal residence re quirement for voting in a state wide election and to cut the resi dence requirement for local elec tions from four to two day Periodic road massed troopers stopping all cars and checking on intoxi cation arid vehicle Expansion of the use of radar devices Establisiiihg state speed lim Meditetraneon Sea amictta PORT 21 SUNKEN SHIPS HCM R 3 SUNKEN FERRY BOATS SUEZ CANAL BRIDGE SAGGING DREDGER SUNK Swing Bridge FERDAN ISMAILIA LST SUNK HERE Great Bitter Lake EGYPT SUNKEN DREDGE 3 SUNKEN VESSELS STATUTE MILES Tension Over Senate Control Along With Foreign Problems Greet Members of Congress THIS MAP OF THE SUEZ CANAL locates positions of sunken vessels and the sagging Ferdan Bridge which are blocking the 103 mile The salvage fleet has begun moving down the Canal to begin clearance Wirephoto Canadas Rail Network Is Crippled by Settlement Hopes Dim In the same he will renew 1ts whcrc tftey nrc not niready in demands for Lowering of the eligibility ago for voting from 21 to Making permanent personal The came on the heels of the Christmas and New Year wvjkends when persons were registration of voters mandatory i ln combined holiday pe Providing some system where Massachusetts down to 551 by the people can originate amendments to the state constitu from heavy increase In auto registrations and licensed more than in The source said Harriman also i fatalities reduced by would propose action to protect 14 because of what officials said consumers against exorbitant in was public cooperation with the crest charges In sale of homo nPj safety misleading advertising j Connecticut down to 284 from 324 among safety measures taken was one suspending auto matically for 30 days the license of any driver convicted of speed nnd unethical practices in tele vision repair While the message will make no specific recommendations on these bills that will do so will be introduced Harriman will certain steps to help consumers recoup losses from purchase of faulty To make it more practical to sue in cases where small sums are he will propose award of triple dam ages and raising the limit in small claims courts to The limit on small claims cases ranges from to in various sections of the Harriman will not offer a pjl maryelectlon plan of his own btitl will ask the Legislature to con1 sider systems similar to those adopted recently In Connecticut and WrThe state attor ney generals office says it may In Connecticut voters may u to block trial of ttion for f primary election 1 land claim brought they do not like the conventions again8t tgQ gtate by an Indian tribe Indians arc ask ing that amount in compensation for a principal unit in wie Lawrence River power The Indians said in their claim that they held rights to Judge Charles Lambiase of the Court of Claims ruled 27 that the Indian claim should go to He dented a petition by the state that the claim be A spokesman for the Law Do In pri mary elections arc held automati cally followingthe Under either of these rankandfile party have the opportunity of overriding the selections of their The split session plan would provide several weeks of public hearings on pending bills before floor debate and final Polish Government Uses Big Brains in Money Fight WARSAW Polish gov ernment is naming a streamlined 25mun brain trust to help chip economic planner Stefan Jedry chowski chart the crucial fight against economic Reports circulated that the new planning board will Include Oskai former professor of eco nomics and statistcis at the Uni versity and Czeslaw internationally known economist who returned to Poland this week after years of exile In RADIO STATION WASHINGTON Federal Communications Commission yes terday received an application for a license for new radio station at from Herbert Michels of The station would operate on MONTREAL Canadian Pacific Railway system nearly half of Canadas rail network was idled from the Atlantic to the Pacific today by a strike of fire Prospects appeared dim for set tlement of the dispute over the railways plans to eliminate fire men from Some members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men and Engineers CLC quit thqir jobs at 4 Picket lines were thrown A total of some CPR workers are expected to be laid off by the strike which tied up nearly half of Canadas rail sys Other unions said they would not cross the firemens picket Unemployment threatened other industries dependent on the rail road for raw materials and move ment of finished CPR President Crump de clared In a statement that the rail way would run trains if nonstrik ing unions would Crump also urged tlie firemen to accept a federal conciliation boaids nfiajority report approving the CPR plan for the gradual elim ination of firemen helpers on die sel locomotives in freight and yard Railway sources esti mated about 200 firemen would be The report also suggested a 7 per cent wage increase retroac tive to last April and another 5 per cent boost effective next The union sought a 25 per cent Wage but wages were a mi nor The union stood fast on its rejection of any proposal to reduce or cut out diesel firemen Brotherhood Chief Gam ble said the unlop was willing to help an Independent tribunal study the firemen helper question as proposed by the government but Nvould not be bound by the tri bunals The CPR has said It would agrre to a tribunals bind ing The CPR operates in eight prov all but Newfoundland and paftmentTiflid yesterday action PiJnce Edward Three of the Appellate Third De was being Tlie Regis tribe said in Its claim that it held immemorial rlgtit arising prior to white occu The state contended that New York down to about from drop against rising trend attributed to stricter traffic espe cially in New York Syracuse and Buffalo unmarked cars used by state and New York City po lice cause more drivers to rcy spect Attorney May Take Action to Block Indians Claim Trials the Indians had given up rights to Barnhart in a treaty signed in New York CJty on May The Indians held that their title to the isjand was not extin guished by the said Grat Canada and New York State had recognized what the tribe were Indian inter est and rights in the Judge Lambiase said the argu1 Adirondack ment over whether a claim exis Pacific owns a ninei its subsidiaries also are affected the Dominion Atlantic in Nova the Quebec Cendal and the Esquimault and Nanaimo on Van couver The tleup of the line threatened to isolate many towns In subzero cold and In the United the New York Central and Delaware and Hudson lines reported schedule changes as a result of the The Central said commuter service between and Montreal had been There was some interruption of freight service on the Centrals Canadian mile stretch Ship Salvage Job Is Underway By ANTOINE PORT Egypt W The pace of salvage work in the Suez Canal picked up today with divers and crews working on two of the biggest collaps ed Ferdan Bridge and the sunken Egyptian LST West German teams pushed their work at the Ferdan miles south of Port Divers attached wire cables to sections of the sunken The salvage vessels Energie and Aus largest of their type in the stood by to lift parts of the damaged structure as they were cut The Italian flooding winch Squalo reached the which went down laden with cement at the southern end of Lake Tim just astride the Divers from the Squalo made some underwater surveys of the Her removal is expected be one of the toughest jobs In the clearance The possibility that some of the ships stranded in the canal might be able to move out In a few days was reported by Egypts Middle East News The agency quoted Mahmoud manag ing director of the Egyptian Suez Canal as saying large ships would be able to sail for Port Said within the next four Thirteen tank ers and other caught in the canal it was blocked during the BrltishFrenchIsraeli attack on They are stalled between the halfway point on the 103mile channel and about 30 miles south of Port Raymond boss of the clear ance has estimated the entire canal will be open in May to the largest type vessels its 34 foot 3 inch depth can He hopes to have a channel open by early March that con accommo date oil tankers and other vessels up to about Compromise Is Drafted to End Power Trouble lly JAMES MUNN WASHINGTON Miller RNY said today he Is drafting compromise legislation to end the stalemate that has blocked con struction of the 525mllIlondollar Niagara Falls power The sixyear delay has been caused by the conflicting stands of those who favor development by private interests and those backing a public in an said the situation Is such that some rea sonable compromise must be He said he was reversing his basic past position to propose that New York with certain con build the big Since a massive at the falls on June 7 destroyed a Ni agara Mohawk Power gen erating Miller the heavily Industrialized Niagara Falls area is experiencing an acute shortage of lowcost He suld power costs have zoom ed to such an extent that some industries in the area arc uncer tain concerning their future Miller said that unless a new source of power can be made available in the foreseeable fu ture some of the plants in the area may decide to seek new manufacturing he would neces sarily need to abandon possible expansion of their Niagara Falls In any he plants cannot continue to indefi nitely pay the present high cost of industrial Miller has sought from the out i set to have private Interests con struct the He now feels this is a virtual impossibil ity because the Senate would re TopBest DressedList THESE TWO WOMEN WERE CONSIDERED us topping lite list of the best according to results of a poll released by New York Dress William headed the The Duchess of was runner Princess Grace of Monaco was List of 12 best dressed was expanded to 14 this year by two AP New Disarmament Proposals Will Be Introduced in UN DISARMAMENT bjt By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON President Eisenhower has told the Russians the United States will make fur ther proposals on disarmament at United But he has for the present at a Soviet proposal for fivepower talks on the The White House last night made public Eisenhowers reply to a 17 message from Soviet Premier Nikolai In that Bulganin had suggested that leaders of the United France and India fuse to sanction such R together to seek ways to 1 rXttAttArinrl bring about Britain and France reportedly have sent Moscow similar rejec In his Elsenhower wel comed Bulganins apparent will ingness to consider even a limit ed form of the aerial inspection this country has been urging since Eisenhower first proposed it at the 1955 Geneva summit confer the Russians Under Millers proposed com the state would be given congressional authority to con struct the Other details of his compromise proposal include New York would use the addi tional diversion of water for power purposes authorized under a 1950 treaty with and also that permitted Niagara Mohawk under the terms of a 1921 license grant ed by the Federal Power Com mission In Niagara Mohawk would be permitted to purchase the busbar of the new project a total of kilowatts a This is the approximate capacity Niagara Mohawk lost when the rockslide destroyed its Schocll kopf generating Marketing of the power by the state would be in accord with ap plicable stale On this basis federal preference giving first rights on power sales to public agencies and consumer cooper not New York gives a gen eral preference to rural and mestlc The state would not be permit ted to construct transmission lines duplicating existing private util ity Miller said the only thing to prevent a settlement would be for Harriman to take a non compromising The Federal Power Commission yesterday turned down an appli cation by the State Power Au thority to build the This clears the way for the minority to seek a court ruling on the con stitutionality oi the Senate reser vation to the 1950 treaty that says only Congress may say who is to develop the share of Niagara The state agency has said it would take the question to the The plans may be if Congress acts In line wlthj the Miller pro Lausche Keeping Mum About Whether He Will Let GOP Vote to Organize Senate BULLETIN WASHINGTON Lausche DOhlo voted today In favor of Democratic organization of the This ussurcil Democratic control of the upper house and left aca demic the question of the pres ence of Jacob Now York WASHINGTON Wl The new 85lh Congress convened today In tension over which party would control the Senate and confronted with n momentous Issue in for eign Frank Lausche of elected as a kept mum on whether he would vote to let Republicans organize the Sen he had Intimated he might Republican Leader William Knowland of California said his party was ready to take control if Lausche would give It Itis Hanging over the new Congress was the grove question of whether to give advance approval for troops to meet any Communist ngKrcssion in the Middle The administrations posing of this question which President Eisenhower may dramatize with a personal appearance before a joint session an undercurrent of to the usual lighthcarledncss of the open ing The Middle issue and Lauschcs tension provoking Hilence overshadowed such other questions of the moment as the promised move by a group of western and northern senators to change Senate rules and make it easier to cut off They believe such a step could clear way for passage of civil rights A civil rights program is one of tlie domestic matters President Eisenhower has high on his list of desired He already has outlined some of his desires In conferences with Republican and will put his requests formally before the Congress in his Slate of the Union message to at the He did not say what be delivered personally a week had opposed any such But Eisenhower shot back at wlutt lie referred to as the Soviet attempt to dismiss as a slander ous campaign the worlds indig nant reaction to Soviet armed ac tions against the people of Hun On both the disarmament and Hungarian Elsenhower challenged the Russians to work through the United He told Bulganin that in his be lief deliberations within the framework of the United Nations seems most likely to produce a step forward in the highly com plicated matter of In Mils Eisenhower said the United States will make further proposals on the subject those proposals would Eisenhower did not foreclose a possible big power conference on disarmament at some future saying I could agree to meet ing when e v e r circumstances would make it seem likely to ac sli a Large Court System Will Be Surveyed NEW YORK The State Ju prcmc Court justice yesterday or dicial the administra dered reinstatement of a Brook arnof Brooklyn Professor Reinstated by Court NEW YORK iP A State Su minis iu uuKiu it amuy mummy iu lyn College prolessor witn how much wasto pay and Interest totaling more inefficiency exists in the states sprawling court Plans for the study were con tained in the conferences second annual made public yes terday by Albert chair man of the judicial agency and chief judge of the Court of Ap Commenting on the court situa tion in the a conference spokesman said the variation in job job contents from community to community ed and had peen released was a i of track in the Freight question U be resolved at a service north oi Utica is terminat The State Power Authority arJ ing at Adirondack the Ontario HydroElectric Power i The Delaware and Hudson said Commission jointly are develop ing Lawrence Barn service Clinton between Rouses and Montreal 1220 500 day hart is the site of New York con1 would be rerouted over Canadian i struction in that Western SNOW New York Northern i National Railway Finger Lakes to Lake Variabie cloudiness and warner with a few light snow flurries to high around Cloudy with some light wet snow likely tonight and low tonight 25 o Winds becoming southwester ly 5 lo 15 today increasing 15 to j 20 tonight and Weepy Affair Is Not What It Seems As Police Arrive CHICAGO Wl Tears came to the eyes of four policemen when they arrived at a North Side apart ment early today In response to a call from Miss Charlotte Miss who was in led the policemen to the third floor room of Donald who was sitting on a tears stream ing down his Police took Elems to a hospital where he was given Then took him to the station for than But the Harry faces a departmental hearing conducted by the Hoard of Higher Slochowcr was fired years ago after pleading lite Fifth Amendment before the Senate Internal Security which asked him about previous Communist Party denied Commu nist Party membership at that but declined to answer when asked if was a member Slochowcr was dismissed from Brooklyn College in October without a departmental The Supreme Court held lust April that Slochowcr could not be fired for exercising his consti tutional Harry college announced that Sloc howcr would be suspended in a few days alter his reinstate ment on the broad professional ground Of conduct faculty He is slated to go back on the payroll Saturday as u year associate professor of Ger from Lausche arrived in Washington last night still not saying how he would It made no imme diate difference since Jacob Republican senator elect from Now has announced he would not take his seat until next With the Democrats number 49 and the Republicans Even if Lausche left party ranks to vote with the Republi as he once hinted he Javils absence still would give the Democrats a 4847 as suming all other senators are pres In the 233 Democrats as sured control for their party over the 200 There was lone vacancy in each partys elect ed The House topped by Speaker Sam Rayburn of remained With Congress closely divided between the Eisenhower apparently was moving to enlist as much Democratic support for his proposals as His agreement to submit the proposed Middle East resolution to top members of both houses for suggestions on its final form was Interpreted as only lie first step and court lo court are so great i in this i Police said amateur TaberWill Continue As Chairman of GOP Group WASHINGTON Tabei of Auburn will continue as chair man of New York States Repub lican House delegation for the next two Cellur of Brooklyn again will be chairman of the stated Democrats in the Both were chosen yesterday at meet ings of tnclr respective delega It is hard to makesense of The spokesman said the study generally would involve budgetary and personnel Such a detailed survey was recommend ed recently by the Temporary Commission on the which was set up three years ago to study ways of streamlining the entire Iliehlman It of Tully of Brooklyn again Work is Started on Bridge To Cross Lawrence MASSENA W Work is under way on a bridge that will span the Lawrence River between nearby Hooseveltown and Corn U is scheduled for completion in June Carpenters of the McNamara Construction of Toronto began work yesterday on the Canadian They are building forms for bridge The cost of the work is being shared by the Lawrence Sea way Development of the United which will build the and Canadas Lawrence Seaway which will build tbe The new bridge will replace an existing While he could expect a large measure of Democratic coopera tion on international it was evident Eisenhower will face difficulties on many of his domes tic PROFITABLE HEAPS NEW YORK Wl New York Citys Sanitation Department real ized last year from the sale of cars and trucks un claimed after having been towed away under city parking the department reported yester RESCUED gun had been drinking j and Kelly and had tested a new we fired one shot into Miss room and one In his own room There are 20 Republicans in tlie tour ot live South Asian j that crashed earlier trying to The gun fired tear gas states 43 members in the Radio Ptiping I save lie were named delegation Chinese Premier Clum ICnlai re liss j turned lo Puiping today alter a France Daring helicopter pilots today snatched eight marooned Alpinists from the snowswept slopes of Blanc but gave up hope for two more frostbitten climbers marooned on Europes highest peak for 12 The rescue pilots had hoped to hover above the Jean and Belgian Francois lower men down to put them in baskets bunging from the but this j proved TOURS ASIA i Both may already have HONG KONG wi Communist Suffering from extreme they were bundled in sleeping bugs in the wreck of a helicopter
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