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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 12, 1957, Wellsville, New York                                Your Chriitmat Shopping Watch The Reporter Get Done Early Reporter Allegany County s Daily Newspaper The Reporter Gives You Complete Details On All the Major News SeventyEighth Year NEW Thursday December 1957 Five Cents Per Copy Crisis With Holland Worsens in Jakarta Indonesian Army Troops Confined to Others On Leave Summoned Back to Posts in Dark Crisis By JAMES WILDE Indonesia UP The Indonesian army was ordered con fined to its barracks today and men on leave were summoned back to their posts as the national crisis with Holland grew Unconfirmed reports reaching The said Indonesian President Sukarno had been The reports caused wild confusion in Dutch business There was no There was no explanation of the army But military head quarters bristled with Of ficers were in battle Premier Djuanda called in nil three of his military service chiefs for a series of secret Isa a leading member of Indonesias largest Moslem charged that sub versive agents from Communisl countries were active here in an effort to topple the Indonesian re he were trying to turn Indonesia inlo an other If their activities are not he a big calam ity will befall the Indonesian peo Anshary is a member of the Constituent Communist led workers havr been in the forefront of the anti Dutch campaign in occupying the Dutch business houses and es Masjumi has opposed President Sukarnos amiable flirtation with the Communists and his concept of a sort of dictatorship called a guided The army has been reported abroad to be but in large part opposed to the Presidents political lean President Sukarno was heavily guarded by 20 armed motorcy eight jeep loads of shock troops and two weapons carriers with troops when he drove to presidential palace today in a bul let proof Assassins attempted to kill him with four grenades on From 45 tov 50 persons have been arrested for the but their names have not been Palace sources said the Presi Is tired physically and men tally and may leave the country for a rest within a He has canceled a tour of South America because of the crisis with the the campaign on to over the 1 billion dol lar dutch investments and to oust the Dutch citizens in repris al for The Netherlands refusal to surrender West New A British airliner with 69 refu gees reached Singapore Jat Except for one British fam all were Dutch wives and chil dren of employes of the big soap It was the second airlift of refagees from here by a British plane in three Shooting Star PITTS 5 foot inch court star Don Hennon is off lo a good start this year with 64 points in his first two Last season he hit on 41 per cent of his field goal attempts and on 82 per of his free AP Subway Service Grows Somewhat Better Now NEW YOR KM1 Transit offi cials and police today reported growing improvement in subway disrupted since Mondav by a motormens strike which has created travel difficulties for mil But an official of the slrikin union termed a damned lie a claim of the City Transit Author ity that more and more of the aggrieved motormen were going back to Frank executive sec retary of the Motormens Benevo lent said such claims only intended to stampede and confuse our Police headquarters said about 70 per cent of scheduled subw train runs were made during the 7 to 8 rush hour Ti was somewhat above At the same the Transit Authority said 72 more molormen appeared for work between mid night and 8 than on the same shift The authority put tho total to day at Yesterdays figure was The normal work schedule for those hours called for 816 A transit official termed ex tremely significant the fact that 58 motormen reported for work on the Independent Division of the subway system early as compared with 27 The MBA has more members on the Independent Division than on the other two subway divisions Jn the Zelano declared The Transit Authority report that men are returning to work is a damned It intended to stampede and confuse our and if we fall for this gim well lose this Theyre and theyll use any foul Transit officials earlier had ex pressed the view that the worst was over for the millions of daily subway users facing extreme dif ficulties in getting to work during the citys greatest transportation The Transit Authority has pirtlal service going through of members of other su pervisory personnel and promoj tion of men to motormens jobs I from the ranks of transit emj The authority also has threatened to fire strikers who did not return I Watchdogs Are Ready to Hear About Meeting By JAMES KOCH ALBANY delegate to last months Apalachin gangland con vention said today he might as well tell all to the Legislatures watchdog After its going to come olit sooner or Anthony Guy told a reporter as the committee opened a public hearing into the reason for the j national gathering of big shot gangsters 14 at Joseph Bar bara secluded mansion near Also on hand was Bar bara 21yearokl son of the The committee kept most of its witnesses until the hear ing in the state Senate chamber opened at The leader of the state police roundup at the remote village of near was called as the first livess in near and operates a dress Barbara is a vice president of his fathers bottling Several of the 27 subpoenaed from the 36 New Yorkers who al legedly attended the Barbara bar becue were pleading how Edgar who led troopers in flushing 60 men from Barbaras luxurious hilltop Big Storm Hits State Hard Blow Bodies Found MISSING ON HUNTING ALBANY CD Shovelers and ploughs battled up to 14 inches of new snow in New York State to day and more was falling in some State police cautioned against unnecessary travel in Washing ton and northern Saratoga coun1 where up to 10 inches had I fallen by midmorning and con tinued snow made visibility Roads throughout the stale were Frigid down one below zero at ac companied the wintry At in Chautatiqua 700 families were left without heat in zero weather when a gas main broke at 4 Fire men housed the families in heat public The central school was Snow there measured 12 to 14 Southernv Erie below also had up to a foot fyt Buffalo itself escaped with MISSIINU UIN A IIUINTIINU half an while three the bodies of Johnnie Mun fell overnight in northern Niagara nn r In the eastern part of the nine inches piled up at Tanners in the Albany swirled in six To the north Glens Falls had and Platts burgli The which swept in yes tapered off in most sec tions but heavy squalls belted sections near Lakes Ontario and Other measurements reported by the Weather Bureau ranged from one to four Overnight temperatures report ed by the all above zero Watertown Elmira Bing hamton Syracuse Utica Oneonta Rome Glens Falls Albany Poughkcepsie LnGuarclia Field 19 Two deaths yesterday and two today were blamed on the weath In Chautauqua Coun William killed yesterday when his automo bile skidded into a school In near 25yearold Earl Mathis of Beaver Dams was killed when his fork lift truck struck a piece of ice on a road and overturned Air Force Creates Group To Investigate Futuristic Problems of Space War Committee of Educators Is Finding Ways to Accelerate School System to Space Era of and Robert of were recovered from Icecovered Blue Mountain Lake In Adirondack Mountains of New They were both crew mem bers of atomic submarine AP Symbol Status Of NATO Will Have to Fade By JACK BELL WASHINGTON UP Mans field DMont said today Presi dent Eisenhower faces the job in Paris of making NATO into a going concern instead of symbol of assistant Democratic leader and a member of the Sen ate Foreign Relations Commit returned from a European survey with the stated conviction that theNorth Atlantic Treaty Or ganization is Green chairman of At New Lebanon early today the Senate Foreign Relations two persons were killed and two look a different view ALBANY M A committee of educators was set today to find ways of accelerating the states school system to a fullpowered voyage into the challenging space The 12member committee of public school school board members and teach ers was appointed yesterday by Education Commissioner James Allen Allen asked the group to report its findings and recommendations to him for local and statewide action no later than Such a timetabla would leave open the possibility of action by the 1958 Allen named Franklyn superintendent of Cortland schools as Walter as sociate state commissioner of ed will serve as the educa tion departments liaison repre sentative on the Appointment of such a was recommended by a confer ence of public school administra tors that Allen called here last month to develop ideas on boost ing the yield from school facili The emphasis Was placed on education of children especially talented in science and mathemat National leaders have called for mobilization of education to meet Russias scientific Allen said in a statement he had asked the committee to ex plore all practical possibilities for making maximum use of the school facilities and Besides Barry and oth er members of the committee are Paul Miller of Syracuse Cayce London ville Grant Corning Helen Geneva Donald But New York Kenneth Nyack Virgil John Corning Jo seph Buffalo Edward East Meadow David Long Beach William Ithaca William New York Walter and Foster Dairy Farmers Guild Leaves Grain Millers To Become Teamsters OGDENSBURG Ml The Tri State Master Dairy Farmers Guild has quit the AFLCIO Grain Millers linked itself with the Teamsters and thrown a pro posed merger of rebel dairy groups into a state of Affiliation with the Grain Mil lers was a stumbling block to the merger proposed for the Farmers Union and the Dairy iJiiMins wure Kincci anct IOOK a cmierem view Farmers Union and the Dairv others were critically injured as He said his Farmers of their car swerved into the path of in Europe indicated to him Leadership of the Farmers Un a truck on a slipperv hiehwnv rinrthat NATO is not fallinE inn UDK Interstate Teamwork Race to Follow Cole Urged by Governor NEW YORK Harrimau today urged teamwork between neighboring states to further bar ring of discrimination in employ1 speaking before the 12state governors conference on discrimination in said in a prepared address Our experience has shown that further gains are possible by a greater pooling of our especially in dealing with indus tries which cross state One example is the Inquiry conducted by the New York and New Jersey agencies into the em ployment patterns of railroads which operate in thetwo and which employ than 000 During negotiations in this bi state the rallroads affirm ed a nondiscriminatory policy and a study presently under way that Negroes have cently been hired for the first time in the industrys history as brakemen and in supervisory ca Noting that New York State passed the first measure 12 years ago barring discrimination in em Harriman said This law set an example for other states and today such laws pro tect more than 61 million people in the Dean Wesley Clark May Be Candidate for School Post Wesley Clark of the Syracuse University school of journalism is reported to be among several candidates un der consideration for appointment as president of the University John Motley of Rutland said yesterday tliis information was contained in a letter to an alumnus of the university from the office of President Carl I Bergman is leaving the college to Join the Ford I Appears Wide Open j BINGHAMTON RepubJ lican county chairmen say the I race for a GOP candidate to suc ceed Sterling Cole ap pears to be wide The representing Chemung and Tipga yesterday but failed to agree on a GOP A special election will be held 14 to select a successor to Republican who resigned his I seat to become the first director general of the International Atom ic Energy The short term will run until The chairmen said two repre sentatives from each of the five Assembly districts in the four counties would Monday in Elmira to choose the OOP candi with two Assembly dis would four represent The other counties would have two Charles former Binghamton mayor and Broome County said he would seek the lull twoyear He plans to enter the primary next spring for designation of the GOP Republican sources said earlier in the week that Assemblyman George Ingalls of Broome County appeared to be In the lead for the nomination as the short term Francis former may or of Hornell and an assistant state labor has said he expects to be the Demo cratic CALIFORNIA COMET HERMOSE GW Maurice who was voted Into the National Ten nis Hall of Fame this died Known as the Califor nia when he was national champion in McLouglilm helped win the 1913 Davis Cup when the United States brought home the trophy after a nineyear was called to tell again the story he has repeated over and over How he had been watching Bar bara ior how troopers be came suspicious about the numer ous expensive automobiles sliding through how they rounded up the questioned and released Other members of the state po lice also were summoned to testi The committee was unable to find some of the meeting partici pants it hoped to Two Utica men attempted to prevent the questioning through a court But a State Supreme Court justice rejected their mo tion Conducting the hearing was a subcommittee of the watchdog Chairman William Hor an and Assemblymen Daniel S Dickinson of Broome County and Joseph Corso of Brooklyn com prised the Koran and Dickinson are Re Corso is a Democrat Known formally as the Joint Legislative Committee on Govern ment the Republican controlled watchdog committee is empowered to inquire into the op eration of law enforcement offi cials in connection with the Apala chin Committee members say also they want to examine specifically the nature and details of the busi ness transacted at the ganglland Most of those picked up said K the time that they had come to visit a sick who owns a bottling concern In was one of those reported He has suffered four heart attacks this the latest the day after the Another was John owner of a wholesale liquor sup ply firm in who has told the State Liquor Authority he is too sick to answer questions abou his In their court Joseph and Rosario both of contended they had no knowledge of state police operations and therefore could not be Falcone and Man cuso denied they were at the In rejectine their Justice Frank Del Vecchio in Syracuse accepted the committees claim it had right to determine whether the Apalachin meeting was a truck on a slippery highway dur in a Instantly killed was the bile Nicholas of and Betty Jean of a performer at the Show Boat Nightclub in New Another woman Julie was taken criticallv hurt to Lukes along with the fourth passenger in the Nicholas of The Gibbons womans age and were not immediately addiess State police reported the driver of the truck In New York Civ the tempera ture dropped to 17 degrees at 7 A light snowfall ended dur ing the but roads were slip pery with an accumulated inch of snow and frozen Todays forecast was for variable cloudi In Dutchess were reported with max imum speeds reduced to 35 mi0s per hour on the state Thruway and Taconic In it stopped snowing at with 3 to 4 inches of accumulated fall reported in the FCC LICENSE WASHINGTON Federal Communications Commission yes terday approved the assignment of the license of to Colgreene Broadcasting The corporate change involved CONTINUED COLD Western New York Continued cold with snow flurries occasional snow squalls and intervals of par tial clearing today and Heavy and frequent snow squalls oscillating from central Erie Coun ty southward to the Pennsylvania Another belt of less heavy snowsqualls off Lake Ontario in northern Orleans and northern Genesee Heavy snowsqualls gradually tapering off High today near Low tonight 510 above near thee Great down to 510 below zero many inland Tomor row moderating with increasing high High temperature around West to southwest winds today 15 to 30 ad wised mo torists against hazardous ddriving conditions in snowbelts next 24 that NATO is not falling But Green said Eisenhower ought to provide some dramatic demon stration of leadership at the Paris conference to give the alliance new Mansfield said he thinks Eisen howers presence is likely to spur the forthcoming NATO summit conference to greater efforts than otherwise might have been made toward unifying and expanding wests But Mansfield said in an interview the job of making NATO effective is going to be The President still has a great amount of prestige in Mansfield But he is going have to get down to bedrock with our NATO cant con to exist as a symbol of de fense iaind not a The President has got to see that it is made a going He has got to see tJiat it becomes a really mutual deense organiza Eisenhower will fly to Paris to morrow for the three day NATO meeting opening He is expected to start for home next Secretary of State Dulles planned to precede Elsen hower to leaving in early afternoon Listed to accom pany Dulles on his transAtlantic flight were Secretary of the Treasury Anderson and five dip ion was opposed to joining a labor William president of Tri said here yesterday his or ganization had received a charter from the Teamsters He said the change in affiliation was made so that the dairy farm ers would be among the same group of workers that handle the milk the farmers Asked how the change would af fect the proposed Carly president of the DFA said in Selkirk last night that 1 situation was up in the He did not The Grain Millers were be lieved to have been given the go ahead from the AFLCIO to or ganize the The Team sters were expelled from the AFL CIO last Schoonover would not speculate on the significance of the Tri State Teamster Dirie said that In the event of a milk strike dairymen would be in a position to have all milk ship ments stopped by their alliance with the In strikes ear lier this a Farmers Un lonDFA venture and the other a solo by truck driv ers refused to recognize picket lines set up by farmers at milk The original merger plan called for the three farmers groups to Falls Tenement Owner Facing Manslaughter Trial After Bad Fire LOCKPORT owner of a Niagara Falls tenement in which 18 died in a fire faces trial on charges of first and sec ond degree William Dietz was indicted by a 24member Niagara County grand jury The jury also re turned a second indicfment con tents of which remained The jury exonerated William acting building commis by returning a nobill to charges of willful William Karl said the first degree manslaughter charge was based on allegations that violations of the slates mul tiple dwelling law existed in the The other count was based on charges that Dietz was negligent In allowing the conditions to con Dietz pleaded innocent to both charges and was released in 000 property County Judge Frank Kronenberg set no date for the Although the grand jury exon erated it said that little has been made to enforce multiple residence laws in Niag ara But it added that it New Office Is Assigned Job Managing Development Program in Astronautics By ELTON FAY WASHINGTON W The Air Force has created a special office to look into the futuristic prob lems of warfare waged in the empty regions of It had in operation today the beginning of a small Directorate of with officers drawn from the USAFs research ind development The new office is assigned the specific job of managing development pro grams which do not relate to or dinary aircraft operations and missile A directive signed by Donald chief of research and said The func tion of this new directorate will be to organize and manage tie Air1 Force programs in astro The Air Force dictionary de fines astronautics as the art and science of flying through or sending winged guided vehicles or missiles through The Putt signed Tues was not disclosed until yes It was that President Eisenhower may be urged to speed up work in another area of research that dealing with development of weather control as a defense Staff representatives of the ad visory committee on weather con trol said the committee may make such a recommendation in its final report to the President at the end of this Lyndon Johnson DTex said in a speech last night at Fort Worth in the hands of Russia even the most primitive of in ternational ballistics missiles can become an instrument of black mail on an international scale The Senate majority leader added The pattern is clear already Nikita Khrushchev Soviet party boss has issued ominous warn ings that our European allies are within the range of his missiles That is a difficult strategy to The order setting up the new Air Force directorate listed a half dozen projects wliicli are being transferred to that office it included some items which were concealed behind code bers or vague But the list indicated the pro grams to be transferred included projects such as the proposed big satellite or space platform which would scan the earth from an orbit high up trans mitting data on what was happen ing around the One project listed was the bal was humanly impossible for missile Andrews to cope with the situa USAFS tl tion with only three officials in e callcd the commissi ls kn attempt to devise a the commissioners office e commssoners office a No cause has yet been deter ltra ange ra mined for the Fifteen of the d missiles to victims were childre lllC victims were children of two Ne gro Dietz said shortly after the fire wj jmeiLun tinental ballistic It Is similar to the Zeus project of M u snoruy tne fire the Armv that he had served the occupants I Armv with eviction notcies in order to for the weather use the buildingas a warehouse advisory committee indf use the building as a warehouse j The jury called for an urgent program to increase the building commissioners step up con struction to meet a critical hous ing shortage and crack down on It also called for a legislative 1UU1 cated they thought the groups re port to Eisenhower probably would be devoted mainly to evaluating experiments in controlling weather for peacetime purposes might they the report include this statement niiuci null Uliu live uiy tiucc laillluls groups IO lomatio Secretary of De the United Master Dairy i r fense McElroy already Is in Farmers and join thee Grain Mill Former Aid to Ives Named Europe preoarins for the NATO The United Broun wnuirt pinim Europe preparing for the NATO tax Mississippi Marriage Completely Revised era of the child bride will end in Missis sippi July For the nation has been shocked by he marriages in Mis sissippi of girls as young as 10 or oflen to men old enough to be their Like othersescaping the laws of states as far away as Illi nois or New they were mar ried in the neonlighted mar riage mills just inside the Mis sissippi state The legislature yesterday re placed Mississippis lax marriage law with one about as strict as It requires a blood test to prove the couple does not have a threeday waiting pe and sets minimum ages of 15 for women and 17 for JOHN MCDOWELL DIES PITTSBURGH M John Me former Republican con gressman who was active In af fairs of the House UiiArnerican Activities died yester He was elected to congress in served on the committee un til 1945 and remained in congress through The United group would claim a membership of approximately of the diarymen in the sevenstate Farmhand Is Indicted After Double Slaying of Sisters WATERTOWN Ml Frank E has been indicted by a Jefferson Jury on two counts of firstdegree murder in the slay ing of two sisters last month The handed up yes terday to 4pstice Henry Hud son of State Supreme charge Murphy with shooting Mrs Dorothy and her sis Shirley Jean La in the Perrigo home In Natur al Bridge State police arrested Murphy the next day In a hotel bar in nearby They said he ad mitted the The troopers said Murphy had been boarding at the Perrigo home and having an affair with CARPENTER IS KILLED MASSENA A 30yearold carpenter was killed yesterday when a steam space heater explod ed and struck him in the The Jack Alberson of had been work ing on concrete forms for use in the Lawrence power in New Position WASHINGTON W Alexander former assistant to Irving was appoint ed yesterday special assistantfoi congressional and public affairs to the general services administra Franklin Lanker had been an assistant to David assistant sec retary of the Prior to that he was with a native of succeeds Bernard Flan agan of who lias been promoted to commissioner of the General Service Administra tions transportation and public utilities Lankier is a resident of New York BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS HELP FIGHT TB i i aiaieiiieni made by Henry Houghton of Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology I shudder to think of the con sequences of a prior Russian dis w0Vefhy easible of m Hmer a unfavorable modification of our climate In guise of a peaceful effort to im prove Russias climate could seri ously weaken our economy and our ability to Before going to Fort Worth his speech last Johnson said in a Dallas interview that his earlier references to dropping the spe the missile program and not to private industry in gen 6 What Im talking about is de veloping operational intercontlnen ballistic Johnson added What I do have said and shall continue to say is that we must get going on missiles Johnson s earlier remarks about junking the 40hour week had not indicated he was talking ly about missiles Those re marks had stirred critical com ment from some AFLCIO spokes A few hours after Johnsons new statement about moving ahead on missile the Air Force disclosed it conducted a static test of an Atlas 1CBM mis Mk at the Cape test area A static test usually is a pre liminary tu an actual missile fir Two previous attempts to launch the Atlas have been un   

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