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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 14, 1959, Wellsville, New York                                Support Wellsville Buy Season Ticket Now Reporter Allegany Countys Daily Newspaper Project for Springtime Clean Paint Fix Up Year NEW Tuesday April 1959 Lackawanna Railroads Continue Merger Negotiations As Delaware and Hudson Five Cents Per Copy Three Way Merger Was Under Study Since 1956 NEW YORK The propos ed merger of three railroads The Delaware the and the has been aban But the Eric and Lacka wanna arc continuing merger The threeway merger had been under srtuly snc 1956 hut failed because of inability to find a basis for merger that would be eouHa ble to stockholders in the three The nnounccment vas made bv the presents of the William Wljilo of the Dcawarc Hudson Perrv Shop maker of the Larkawanna and yon Willc nf S0 They said the talks collapsed be cause of n in fnanria no sitions of the raQronds They said tip the Eric and Lackawanna into he whlo the Hud son emerged In a condition of relnlivp The Delaware Hudson earned vpr wilo Hi Ktf lost and the Lackawanna When the mereer talks started in thpv said tho stocks of the three railroads were selling in the same general price Try This Grip CURT ailing Philadelphia Phillies southpaw uses a til f W WoUS a Delaware Hudson stock closed knuckle grip on bulb of blood pressure machine as he poses with on thp New Nurse Joan Knerr after checking into Temple Philadel at Erie closed Simmons is to undergo surgery for removal of a bone chip in and pt SI t hu5 left He may be sidelined for at least six weeks AP Wire The Erie and Lackawanna wen harder hit by the the presidents because of heavy losses on commuter operation and high New Jersey The Delaware Hudson carries prac tically no commuters and does not operate in New i Merger talks between thn rp malning two railroads should come to a head it was exj because all the prelimi nary factgathering has already Lets Pull That Space Ship Up By CLAYTON HICKERSON long journey to the stars we may AP Space be on It cops other the threshold of space The Erie has milbs just a decade main line track in New Prcdic tion and a lions today the Space Forum ternational Astronautical Federa Soviets Buzz Transport Red Jet Fighters Harass Air Force Transport From Return Trip Germany viet planes have buzzed an Amer can Air Force transport in another incident in an air corridor to the Embsasy dis closed An embassy spokesman said two Soviet jet fghters harassed an Air Force double decker propeller transport on its way back from a routine carco delivery flight to Berlin April j The embassy spokesman gave this account of the April 3 inci dent The big military vcrson of the Boeing Slratocruiscr was flying at about feet when two Soviet jets came from behind and be gan each about 100 feet from a winglip of the American The Soviet fliers then swapped one giing over and the other going under the The Amprcan pilot reduced alti tude a This seemed to sat thp Sovets for thpy flew The whole encounter last eel only a few The spokesman charged the So viet jets with very dangerous He said American and Soviet officers at the four power air safety center in Berlin had exchned verabl each accusing the others fliers of dangerous air The United states Monday re iected the limit the Soviets are trying to put corridors and said planes will fly as high as they need to whenever they want A formal American note was delivered to the Soviet For egn Office in Air Force Hopes To Capture Capsule From Discoverer II White Water in Green River Reported Satisfactory After Heart Operation NEW fiveyear old girl was reoorted in satisfaction condition JOHN REID of a Williams College is almost buried in white water as he runs the rapids of the Green River in a homemade kayak near Mass River is bitter cold from melting snow in He made this spot all right but got a ducking shortly afterwards AP Senators Express Belief Dulles Resignation Is Near By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Senators expressed today a growing belief that Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles may have tq hand in his resignation There were wellfounded reports some from persons at today after fivehour operation who nave to him that 311 4 ui niillno hoc foiloH Indl Forum tornev said i to rePair a holc in Dulles has failed to respond to ana and Thp Delaware Southwest got under way lornevsaicl cops of space The operation was performed treatment for a condi Hudson operates 792 miles of1 Wlth S0le of the even are needed Monday at Sinai Hosoital A tion track n New Pennsylvania j Haley and Strughold made their busload of volunteers from Stew M TTti rtt 4 A a statements in separate press con Air Forpe near Mont and Vermont and the na has 2 miles of trnrv in Npwi interplanetary flights New Jersey and f the ferences Monday as a prelude to ory of timecurvature holds tne Space Age sponsored Janice to the Anrrow Ililev said by the University of Texas space traffic cops would be ncc psary in the ace of nterolsnetarv Former Air Force Officer Is Indicted On Larceny Charges former Canadian Air Force officer has lcen indicted on of firstdegree grand larceny and He is William also a former who told police he1 committed over 100 bur in the United States and i A Steuben County jury re turned the indictment Monday in ronnrction with a burglary in Corning last RinklPv whn nt u vacemu agiiinsi in Kingston and Haley said lawyers already are travel and are becoming increas worryns over who owns inlv needed He said it is an immediate prob advisor for research lem between nations throwing the San said that ifj heavons aclunlly stands still in the Earthorbiting missiles he do not atomize and they Researchers Find Vaccine For By FRANK CAREY ATLANTIC A possible lead towards develop in a longsought vaccine against Her Joseph said he was told a few months ago his daughter would not sur vive long without A 16member surgical tefcm op Janices heart was stopped for 16 minutps during An artificial heart a pump oxy took over during that After the operation the hospital WARMER nourcod successful growth in test tube tissue culture of bacteria ciuises leprosy in He indicated that this micht onen one way to Producing a vaccine against New Northern Finger Lakes to Lake rat East of Lake Black River z Perhaps ultimately develop skies again today ine vaccine against the human and Temperatures rising or Buckingham alace Ch uSte KK he said 15 and the Air If fresh medical treatments planned at Walter Reed Army Hospital do not show the general expectation among mem bers of Congress is that Dulles will step out of his official job quickly to clear the way for ap pointment of a Dulles returned unexpectedly Sunday from a Florida rest to re enter the hospital for further Thomas Kuchel of Califor checks and President i assistant Senate Republican Eisenhower visited him for said there is no question minutes Monday but delayed a dci in his mind that Dulles will elim cision on Dulles inate himself if his medical ad Press secretary James Hagvice indicates physical inabilty to erty later that Dulles has not resume his full and added that pendi George Aiken ing additional medical evaluation added that I dont there will be no further statement think the country can afford to from the j go on and on without an active But several senators said that head of the State if Dulles finds he is not going to Mike Mansfield of Mon be able to attend the scheduled the assistant Democratic EastWest foreign ministers said in a separate inter meeting in Geneva May view he agrees that the chief believe he will want the American1 delegate must not be in an infer representative there to carry the ior position at full title of secretary of He must have the full title of Masked Man Attacks Suburban Housewife AP A masked man broke a subur In Dulles that of Mansfield sentntive seems certain to be I am sure that if he be Christian undersecretary comes convinced in his own mind who is serving now as acting sec1 that he cant carry Secretary 1 i Dulles will hand in his sucli Strughold was If the theory that time stands still in space is will it be pos sible for man to inter planetary flights within 10 years He in his na tive he not just anybody can make even an orbital flight around the Training and the proper amount from Janices an appeal WOMAN DIES woman injured in an automobile that killpH husband died at a hospital The Ann Rizzuto and her both 43 were driving Sunday near their and men he the road and raped a 25yearold po lice THIRTY WARSHIPS SAIL INTO SINGAPORE BASE SINGAPORE AP Thirty warships of five nations sailed from Singapore naval base to day to launch SEATOs biggest exercise yet in fleet Three aircraft carriers were in School System Head Warns Against Strike Recovery Experiment May Be Attempted Later Today By RALPH DIGHTON VANDENBERG AIR FORCE IT a was in polar orbit carrying in its nose cone a space capsule the Air Force hones to catch in the air The recovery experiment may be attempted later The capsule was described as a minituare of the type that some day may be used to return men frorn soace Discoverer II was launched from this missile base while the nation fellow sci entsts were experiencing a dis At Cane the Air Force tried unsuccessfully to put thrpe satellites into orbit from a single launching Van The Vanguards second stage failed to ignite on Officials at the Cape said cause of the trouble was not Tf Discoverer II Achieves proper its instrumented nose pone is scheduled to be kicked loose on command from ground tracking stations and float earth ward beneath a Eight HawaiibasPd C119 Boxcars are awaiting orders to swoop on the descending para chute and try to drape it across a SOfontlon trapeze bar suspendr ed beneath each The para chuteand consul would then be reeled into the The would come into range of the Air Force C119s at about The planes would have 10 minutes to snatch HIR pnrichutp from the If they the buoyant capsule would be fishPd from the ocean by Navy vessels patrolling the re ervfry The capsule contains instru foisunnly oxveon find1 con trol heat and atmospheric Investigators said the attack ap tlie feetthat set out for an area peared to be another in a series off the east coast of Malaya for fhat Aave Ule first phase of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organizations Oper ation Sea Rear Gartacre of Australia is in charge of the man Ships from the Brit Australian and New Zealand fleets are taking plagued nearby Amherst and Ton awanda in the last two The latest whose name was old police she was alone in the house when a man wcarina a white cloth over his broke in throush the kitchen The womans husband was at to near 50 in counties close to the Great Lakes and to 55 or higher inland Low 30 to Generally fair and warmer with increasing clouds High qbout CO except cooler near the Fresh westerly winds 1530 during daylight becoming light variable at COMMUTER COMMENTS AP Com muter groups who ride the Lacka wanna Railroad had their say Monday and it was just about the trains run police offi cers and just plain John Com muter told a Public Utility Com mission hearing that curtailment of service by the Lackawanna would bring Traffic chaos in the real estate an economic slump in suburbia and a recluct ant migration of commuters back to the The PUC hearing was on the Lackavvnnas petition to drop 42 trains on its Morris and Essex The petition is separate from the railroads announced plan to end all commuter service in New Jersey by June 9 save for the Boonton The hearing resumes of the Natonnl Institute of Arthritis and Metabol ic Diseases and the American Leprosy gave this outline in n report to the 43rd annual meeting of the Federation of American Societies for Experi mental Biology The bacillus that causes human leprosy is one of the wiliest and most elusive organisms of the germ For many he re searchers have attempted to maintain growth of the organism outside its natural the hu man Though it grows vig orously inside the it stops multiplying and soon dies if placed in an Attomots to prow rat leprosy germs outside the living animal body have until been Chang has come up with a cell culture in which the number of germs has increased seven times in sriypn This is still not as fast as he germ mul iples inside the so attempts are being made to slop UD the If these attempts are said it may bi possible to produce a vaccine against rat leprosy a the polio vpcine Is produced from large cultures of nolio Such a vaccine might point the way to a similar preventive for the human Dulles Influence Felt Many Places John Foster Dulles once re marked Time is the most valu able thing in and I dont want to waste Time works against him now While he battles cancer in the the hour is swiftly ap proaching when the on whlrh he based Americas prose cution of the cold war will face momentous In less than a the for eign ministers of the United France and the Soviet Union are scheduled to meet to prepare the way for a summit meeting of government It is possible the United States will be represented in Ge neva by a new secretary of But the influence of John Foster Dulles will be present in any The past six yearsdemon strated the tremendous impact a single personality can have upon a nations policy and the course ojf American war would have been pretty much the same under any secretary of But it makes a great deal of difference how those policies are inter preted and carried Dulles almost evange listic approach and stubborn defense of moral principles have loft little room for compromise on any fundamental issue of what he considered right or been dealing with solemnl issiled such verbal thunJ foreign ministers as l Dulles cynical as al and massive reapprais Dulles and President Eisenhow seems to have denied him self that weapon out of conviction that a cviilized Western nations diplomacy should rely on the moral force of Christian prin this was a little naive in todays But in the matter of assessing his antagon Dulles has displayed little are devoting billions in money and our highest talents to preparation for a fighting a war that may never Dul les wrote long before he became The strength of our society is being undermlnded by the cold war that is here and which could finally defeat Dulles has never lost sight of that Apparently he still believes the Kremlin is in tent upon world domination through Communist er face another ei luuu uuuuier uuuiuzing reap jng a walkout and Only time will tell whether he1 Dulles influence sure y jor teacher groups wil But time will will be felt at but per not wait for Important bans he and the will Important haps he and the President will war contests are Will the decide the time has come to give i t t T T O will check how effective these environmental systems They are designed to keep small animals alive in futnro There is no ani mal in Reeardlfso of the outcome of the recovery spokesmen said they elntpd by the sec ond orbit Dis fired circled the earth 17 days brfore faWna bppk into the atmo sphere and burning Sovm hours after Mondavs launch spokesmen announced the satellite whirlng around the earth northtosouth every its nith from nole to pole took it as far out as 243 miles and brought it as as 156 It was traveling vip an With this orbital pattern estabr sheH hy tracking stations in Alas NEW YORK head of ka and the the New York City school system 7oP Svs has warned the citys teach ers he will invoke the fullest ex tent of the law if they take part in a oneday walkout called for Superintendent John Theobald pxplainfrl thit he referred to spc tions of the state civil service code known as the CondonWadlin It provides various penalties for striking public up to and including instant Theobald did not mention the possibility of dismissal in his but he did sav teachers could lose certain benefits and tenure rights Theobald spoke to the teachers in a radio in which he agreed thnt there is a need for higher But he appealed them not to do anything The radio talk drew immediate criticism from the New York Teachers which is sponsor ing a and two other ma the High jpehers and the School New York Teachers In separate they ac tinue sendin radio beacon signals during its William director of planning for the Advanced Re sparci proiept said the launching regardless of success of thp pnosule recovery is a significant step in the missile and space research pro Future Discoverers will parry mice and monkeys into orbit to test the man will meet space The Discoverer II although only 27 by 33 is remarkably similar in funpfon to the capsule planned for Project which is expect ed to bring a man back from orbit some two years Thp Vaneuard failure In Florida was the seventh in nine tries for that tvne If it had behaved as the second stage would have boosted the satellite pfiyload up to miles hour separation of the Signals were received by three for about seven GOVERNOR ESTABLISHES NEW AGENCY By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AP In a Rockefeller said population shifts and other 11JUJC Rockefeller took the first step toi economic and social trends had I Some firms employing day in setting up a new state brought new problems to growing as few as three workers have The bills extend coverage to that they can obtain new firms that employ three or more Other bills Rockefeller signed agency to help communities with homegrown He signed which he had authorizing him to suburban areas throughout the The he has a re sponsibility to coordinate its serv establish an Office of Local Gov ices and to help them maintain ernment in the Executive Dej themselves strong and Among other bills he signed to a determination to convince the Kremlin it can never The post of secretary of slate always has been an easy and nop ular target for and Dul les has aroused many Ed ucated opinion both at and abroad attributes policy not 1 will be headed bv a director day was a measure adding eight who will have appropri1 state offices to the line of succes t0 ganize a staff and fi nance its sion in case the or disabled in an enemy The measure was among 24 i He also approved a measure ap that gained Rockefellers signai preprinting for a study to lure today as he continued action I control starfish who he said were on bills passed by the 1959 Legisl destroying the oyster industry on 1 II I T 1 Tho governor signed 21 Monday Including measures that will make to President Eisenhower as it I thousands more workers eligible had to presidents before for cash payments from the state directly to He bore the if they are injured or become full brunt of criticism when Long Island Rockefellers office said the measures he signed yesterday will add about workers to the workmens compensation program and nbout to the sickness disability Monday Create a fulltime been covered by workmens com pensation because of the hazar dous nature of their The broader coverage will start next The top weekly bene fit is Rfukefpller is expected to sign similar legislation extending un employment up to a all workers in the Coverage ha been limited to firms that employ two or more All three measures were advo cated by Rockefeller as part of his labor Another bill in the program was signed It directs the in dustrial commissioner to study the effects of industrial He is supposed to find ways of retraining displaced workers so urns for our ment of real estate in the New York City government to replace the present real estate which is run by parttime com Authorize payment of 90 mil lion dollars from the unemploy ment insurance fund to the fed eral representing the cost of the extra 13 weks of bene fits authorized last year for un employed Permit life insurance compa nies to subtract three years from the actual ace of women in com puting The governor said since statistics showed women live er than insurance comoa nies should be allowed to recog nize this and grant lower   

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