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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 8, 1964, Wellsville, New York                                Reporter SOMEBODY OWNS a fifi gun who shouldnt have fact was made evident when local police received a report from a woman oh Scott Avenue that seven ducklings she owns had been shot with MANY PERSONS have made a visit to Gfover and Loder an annual and there is very sufficient reason it should be continued this The drawing card is the dis play of flowers grown by Eugene planted around her house and elsewhere on her THE DAHLIAS probably are the top attractions this although 40 new tubular be gonias are strong contenders despite slightly deleterious ef fects of recent cool Among the dahlias getting the most raves are a Golden Heart Blazing Scarlet which as the name indicates combines a yel low center surrounded by vivid red a Lilac a Bronze yellows and variegated Many gladiolas for merly on display have been but sweet peas and geraniums still abound on the SENATE NOMINEE Robert Kennedy has assured Dem ocratic county chairman Robert Fleischer he will make effort to get up to Wellsville during the present the county chairman has It was known in ad that it wouldnt be to while Kennedy makes a flying visit beginning at Bing continuing to and thence to Jamestown and finally tonight at The pledge to make the effort was made to Fleischer at the reception for Jacque line conducted during but not as part of the Dem ocratic convention in Atlantic STATE UNIVERSITY College of Forestry staged an electronic exhibit at this years State Ex position formerly State Fair which had information with lo cal information for Visitors to the exhibit were in vited to ask about newsprint needs of their hometown news papers the question was typed on a and within seconds the answer came via telephone line link from the computer certter at the College of Fores The answer for the Re porter All the wood on about seventenths of an a c r e of Northeast forest land is re quired for an average Today Is the 252nd day of There are 114 days left in the The sun sets tonight at and rises Wednesday at Todays quote You newsmen will find some and plenty to write Rich ard Warren Com mission stating a full report and all evidence In the Kennedy assassination will be made public when the Investigation is Todays highlight in history On this date in Harvard College was The Colony Court of Massachusetts agreed to provide funds for the school which was to be located in On this date In WUsconsJn became English territory it formerly was controlled by In the luxury Uner ro Castle burned off the coast of New Jersey with a loss pf 134 Warm Forecast Qenerally fair ana to tow pooler a few vaUey Partly warm and humid Variable winds mostly south to southwest High low 41 L4ea 4 perfect ending for summer the weather today gave promise of continuing in the same Maximum for the 24 hour period came at Pay a Barometric pressure tbis mor ninjg was falling from Temperatures recorded were Yesterday aoofl 3 pm 9 3 14 Allegany Countys Dally Newspaper eighty Fourth Year NEW Tuesday September 1964 Seven Cents Per Copy Major Volleys re Unleashed y Candidates fly LARRY OSIUS AP Can didales on both sides of the po litical fence have fired volleys such issues as nuclear weap taxes and civil rightsin the first major skir mishing of the 1964 presidential election President while not openly acknowledging it as a campaign took sharp issue with Republican nominee Barry Goldwater on the ques tion of nuclear weapons control in a Labor Day address in Detroit In nearby Indiana and Ohio the vice presidential Republican William Miller of New York and Demo cratic Hubert Hum phrey of Minnesota touched on taxes and civil rights among other Goldwater didnt mix into the scrap but from the Arizona senators camp came word he will outline tonight a plan for reducing taxes by 5 per cent a year for five years he is elected in In a statement issued as he began his campaign trip Gold water charged that the Johnson administration in effect prom ises to regiment our people at home and has demonstrated that it will wreck our alliances The statement said Johnson had spoken on jus tice and peace in his Detroit but not Americans should remember that there have been prosper ous that justice can be found in a prison and that ty ranny can bring peace to any one who will Gold water adding Without freedom unity is nothing more than who rested in Phoenix opens his first major campaign swing in San Johnson Humphrey and Miller all re turned to Unnamed Target Flayed Johnson spoke at an AFLCIO sponsored Lab ro Day rally in Detroits Cadillac the place where Democratic candi dates have begun their cam paigns since The President didnt once use the word Much of his speech dwelt on such topics as national peace and pros But there was little was aiming shafts at Goldwater when he moved ta subject of nuclear weapons in an 25 had suggested a way be to provide the North Atlantic Treaty Organization with weapons for tactical nuclear battlefield weapons which he said may truly be called conventional Make no Johnson There is no such thing as a conventional nuclear He said the judgment to use nuclear weapons is a political decision of the highest order and added No president of the United States can divest himself of the responsibility such a told a Labor Day audience campaigning in Intii in South Bend that working men would benefit from a Re publican administration through tax cuts and protection of jobs from foreign Our administration will re fuse to toy with dangerous pro grams in the field of tariffs and immigration which could well destroy our labor Miller He said the Johnson adminis tration is advocating immigra tion policies that would open the floodgates for foreign people seeking jobs in the Unit ed He said tariff reductions backed by the Democratic ad ministration already have af fected industry and employ ment adversely but more cuts are being Do we have to make the same dumb mis takes over and over again he iller Pledges Tax Cuts Miller also pledged a series of tax cuts so that government takes progressively less of thc fruits of your Repeating a favorite cam paign Miller said that those who make trouble in our whether it takes the form of open rioting or goes under the more sophisticated name of civil disobedience will find no just condemna tion from a GOP administra This drew a big hand from his Taxes will be the subject of Goldwaters address in Los An geles A source high in Goldwaters campaign organiza tion outlined to newsmen Mon day some of the senators think ing on taxes and the federal The source said Goldwater would aim to begin the 5 per cent yearly corporate and pri vate income tax reduction in June and continue it for five It would be he with a slice in federal excise Accompanying the tax cut would be reduction of federal expenditures or at least a hold ing action which would produce a balanced budget over the five year campaigning in Southeast Coast Prepares For Onslaught from Dora NATIONS TOP DOCTOR John named 1963 Physician pf the Year 5 by the Presidents Com mittee on Employment of the believes rehabili tation of the disabled is a phil not a medical AP Court Ruling Holds Senate In Session By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON AP The Senate tackles anew today the chief stumbling block to the adjournment of Congress a scrap over the Supreme Courts legislative reapportionment de In an effort to force a show Republican Leader Ever ett Dirkscn of Illinois planned to file a petition to invoke the Senates debate limiting cloture Dirksen is the chief sponsor of a proposal designed to delay for a year or more court orders for the reapportionment of seats in both houses of state legislatures on a basis of His aim is to gain time to seek adoption of a constitutional amendment that would permit states to apportion seats in one branch of their legislatures on a basis other than The cloture petition will come to a vote automatically Thurs To it must have the support of twothirds of the senators Dirksen said he was confident of mustering a majority but laid no claim ta the necessary two thirds He told reporters it will depend on how many senators are Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said it appeared very doubtful the Senate would invoke its cloture under which each sena tors speaking time would be limited to one If the cloture move a group of liberal Democrats who have been carrying on what Dirksen calls a filibuster against his proposal will be free told a Youngstown news Ito keeP on talking ionference in answer to a Dirksens offered as tion he was concerned over the a rider to the foreign future civil rights should Goldwater be He said this concern stemmed from the fact that Goldwater not only vot ed against the 1964 Civil Rights he denounced The Democratic vice presi dential candidate attacked Gold water throughout the day as be ing out of step not only with his own party but with the Florida Residents Advised to Leave LowLying Areas AP Hurri cane Dora aimed her massive punch at Floridas midsection today and hurricane warnings went up along 280 miles of the United States Southeast The Weather Bureau advised residents in lowlying areas where access roads might be cut by tides up to 10 feet above normal to evacuate today and said hurricane force winds could rake the area Hurricane warnings were posted from just south of the nations space center at Cape north of A hurricane watch with gale warnings was posted from just north of the winter playground of the wealthy at Palm to Myrtle Cape Kennedy went on a con dition 3 alert and began button ing Six huge rockets were lashed securely to their launch pads by emergency An Air Force spokesman said the including an Atlas Agena scheduled to hurl a Mariner space probe toward Mars this could withstand winds up to 175 miles an hour on their Shortly after Dora was about 350 miles east of Cape Kennedy and moving westward steadily at about IE Its too early to say where it will make said fore caster Raymond Kraft at Mi but the area hurri cane warnings should feel hur ricane force winds sometime late Dora is a large and severe hurricane with highest winds estimated at 130 near the the Weather Bu reau adding TYPHOON HITS BULLSEYE IN HONG Ruby scored a bullseyc hit in Hong Kong piling debris three stories high in main The refugeepacked col ony was lashed with winds as high as 160 miles per AP Wirephoto via radio from Hong It has the strength to put up a 10foot tide a little north of where the center reaches the along with huge Galeforce winds extend near ly 350 miles to the north of Doras eye and 100 miles to the giving it a huge striking range 450 miles The Weather Bureau warned small craft in the area of warn ing display to seek safe harbor and small craft elsewhere from Florida to the Carolinas and from the Bahamas and Puerto Rico to Bermuda to remain in the British Ifner Queen Mary docked at South after being swept by the tailend of the seasons first Thirteen of its passengers were cut and almost a midget in com parison with swept out into the North Atlantic killing more than 130 persons and causing millions in damage in a rampage through the Caribbean and up Floridas east coast late last Still another tropical storm was spotted far out in the east Atlantic The Red Cross set up a south eastern area disaster head quarters at Disaster experts from through out the southeast were called in Sunday to await Additional emergency Red Cross workers were dispatched to Brunswick and Savannah in In Adjutant General George Hearn said civil defense units were alerted along the Volunteer rescue units were alerted in Savannah by Roger chief of civil defense He said extremely high tides were expected at Savannah by noon Shelters in capable of housing about were stocked with food and medical supplies and appeals were sent out for blood donors to make up a shortage reported at the blood Hurricane Ethel was located about 400 miles south south east of On its present the Hurricane Ethel will likely hit Bermuda with gale force winds this afternoon or ac jwdlng to the Weather Holiday Toll Passes 500 Mark on Roads By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for comparative purposes over Traffic fatalities over the long Labor Pay weekend soared past the 50Q mark although National Safety Council said the number of deaths not approach record fig Howard president of the safety credited cautlSus driving on the part of home ward bound motorists with the death toll behind list years record of 557 most ol the 78fcour the number of deaths 4 pace with the record J8fi3 Sunday evening the Of deaths reached 450 and safety council spokesmen fear that a new would be set as motorists highways on the way Aj latest traffic ftfPJSjfltfi across the United States bed taken 523 In 18 persons were killed accidents 904 57 safety council estimated bftQjre twliday bjegas tba a 78hour nonholiday weekend aid authorization could be tabled and thus killed if oppo nents could line up a majority against So far they have been unable to do With the stalemate standing in the way of congressional there were re ports that Hubert Hum D President Johnsons vice presidential run ning now is ready to throw his weight publicly hind the antiPirksen Johnson so far has kept silent on the reapportionment The platform adopted by the Democrats at their national convention in Atlantic City avoided the subject in contrast with the GOP form pledge to support action to from 6 to overturn the Supreme Courts midnight Trade Block Charge Aired East Germany AP Western traders especially the British are courting Communist East Ger manys They say West Germany is trying to block The traders are here in large numbers for the autumn Leipzig Trade largest in the Com munist One of the most vocal complaints about West German opposition came from Brunaby Conservative member of the British Parlia mcnt from a Yorkshire agricul tural In an Drayson said the West Germans are trying by political and other means to keep Western countries from trading with East He said British businessmen were insisting on a fair share of the West Germany is the biggest Western trader with East Ger Total trade both ways ran to about million last West German although insisting on official nonrecognition of the Commu nist contend trade is a domestic matter and may help achieve iGerman The British buy most of East German potash about 6 million tons a Drayson said the East Germans are prepared to shave the price a few shillings per ton below what suppliers from other countries are Negotiators Strive To Avert Walkout By GENE SCHROEDER i DETROIT AP Negotia tors made a lastditch attempt today to reach agreement on a new labor contract between Chrysler and the United Auto Workers with a strike deadline hours As the clock ticked off the final 24 hours toward the 10 Wednesday bargaining teams were expect ed to meet in roundtheclock Chrysler was selected as the UAWs 1 strike target this year over General Motors or the other members of the auto industrys Big Weary but the negoti ators decided to break off talks Sunday night and begin the marathon discussions this We wanted to have a fresh outlook on this last day because there may bd a long haul commented one of the Chrysler UAW President Walter Reu ther observed I leave here tired but more hopeful than when I came We agreed that we could do more productive work with a fresh start tomor Three years when GM was the strike announce ment of an agreement came at 4 just six hours before the POLICE QUEU RIOTERS Quiet Returns to Hampton Beach HAMPTON This seashore resort was peaceful today after a Labor Pay eve riot in which some teenagers battled state local police and National Guardsmen four Authorities finally ran the young persons out of town Sunday night by forming human wedges and walking from the beach area in the center of town to either Spme 209 persons were ar Twenty were1 Police couldnt explain the reasons for the but Rob ert W commissioner of public yj New Hamp tiw youths par 490 to 550 persons wojMd be I pats for 9 lack of diseipMoe In feUieg tte the ww wwte1 stepped aside and have left their chil dren to the teachers and to the Rhodes There were some reports of police brutality in the wake of a score of injured one serious But GovJohn King said flatly You cant blame police for lack of parental The police leaned over backward not to use One Peter of Masswas hit in the face with a load of birdshot from a police shotgun and doc tors said be probably would lose tbe sight of bis right Damage was counted in thf thousands of dollars as chants began cleaning up from fowrbpur Tbe rev bavteg a final filog be fore opjens tbis threw beer boti ties and cans filled with sand I and set fire to some buildings iwhile smashing windows along the It was too well planned and organized to have been a spontaneous affair stimulated by beer and said Rhodes He and other police officials said youths bad passed out leaflets and notes inviting oth er young persons for the big The governor said the riot was a symptom of a moral sickness in American youth which is potentially King said be hoped the courts would not mollycoddle the 200 persons arrested during the K tQPk a force of 250 armed police and militiamen with fixed bayonets to restore Police began today to take to court the 200 who were arrest ed on charges of inciting a disorderly conduct and Many of those arrested were released on bail for court appearances in the next couple of King had ordered out the Na tional and deputized re inforcements of Massachusetts and Maine state troopers to help quell the Police reported receiving doz ens of calls Monday from par ents of youngsters of 15 or asking if they were among those hurt or Some of them didnt even know wbere tneir children said Rctither said at a Labor Day rally in Detroits Cadillac that a mile seperates where we are and where mangement He told an estimated persons that when he left the rally he would be ready to bargain around the clock1 for two days if necessary to reach an Reuther preceded President Johnson at the speakers plat form and then rode out to the airport with The UAW chieftain said he told Johnson that the two sides in negotiations are quite a way apart and havc real But Hcuther added that he has great hope and has seen other situations that looked just as In his Reuther reit erated that the UAW doesnt want government intervention in the The Reuther relat told him that the govern ment is not planning to get involved but is depending on the good sense of the negotiators on both sides of the Reuther told the rally which included thousands of UAW retirees that none of the Big Three companies has of fered any improvement in pen sions for workers already re GM and Ford made virtually identical offers to the UAW last including higher increased holiday and vacation pay and improved retirement pension benefits for workers now on the The described by industry spokesmen as gener were branded inadequate by the i Sukarno Reveals i Role ofLeftists Indonesia AP j President Sukarno said Monday night that Indonesian leftists arc the pillars of the Indonesian Addressing the annual confer ence of the Communist peasant j i Sukarno said j i Indonesia cannot ignore the I i numerous followers of the Com munists in the I i Sukarno heaped praise on the I Reds and said Indonesia will continue to insist that Commu nlst China be admitted to the j i United Makarios To Seek Aid Terms By ALEX EFTY Cyprus AP Presilent Makurios will send a delegation to Moscow this week to seek concrete terms for the Soviet offer of aid to the Greek Cypriot The Greek Cypriot president called for Soviet military aid last month after Turkish war planes attacked Greek Cypriot He has also asked the United Arab Republic for The Soviet Union is reported to have offered Makarios million in economic credits and to Jiave left the way open for discussion Soviet military An authoritative source here said the Soviet offer was condi tional on Makarios continuing to insist on selfdetermination for the island republic rather than an agreement to unite it with a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Makarios has been under pressure from Greece to refuse Soviet help and he had seemed to be weakening in his decision to open formal negotiations with the The Greek Cypriot delegation will include Andreas minister of commerce and in dustry Costas direc tor of the foreign ministry i and Lefcos Cypriot ambassador to The announcement sa i d Foreign Minister Spyros Kyprianou alsd may go to Moscow after ing the Security Council debate on Cyprus expected tP open next The United Nations reported that the Greek Cypriots hays tightened their economic block ade of the Turkish Cypriot the peace The United Nations said roadblocks have restricted food shipments into the Turkish quarters of Faraagusta and Makarios blockaded three other Turkish areas last including the quarter in Nicosia where more than Turkish Cypriots WAS France 4PJ Georges Thierry an ardent follower Q Charles De after a long career aj a and a Rowan   

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