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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 11, 1965, Wellsville, New York                                Eighty Fifth Year Reporter Allegany Countys Daily Newspaper NEW Monday January 1965 Seven Cents Per Copy Longshore Go on Strike As Talks Fail WE REPORTED earlier that JEW apparently triggered the a very prompt completion of the Jf n8shoremens The in is n deal might benefit struck from Maine resumption of the oneday walk because of McCulloch plans in exas at last 1 when the work volving a limited time Objections among rankand contract At that the men involved point out union members in New President Johnson invoked the that prompt conclusion of the York to a clause in a proposed TaftHartley Act a 1eleral procedure would be a meaningful new contract providing for a court injunction sent the men welcome sign to McCulloch gradual reduction in work gangs back to work during an 80day and everybody weve coolingoff The govern ments injunctive power now is GOOD RESPONSE has greet ed the invitation to Hearth In dustries bondholders to receive per bond for waiver of the stock conversion and thereby bring McCulloch to officials at Hearth Industries and at First Trust the escrow a today urged strongly that the few remaining bondholders complete the waiver agreement and turn it in to First Trust as quickly as sign and everybody weve heard on the subject is delight ed at the prospect of hosting the McCulloch is not only a large American incidentally it is internation al in its BOOKS FOR Appalach ian Schools is title of a project which Washington School PTA will join at a meeting set for Freight Train Collision Kills Six Crewmen Ohio AP Six crewmen burned to death today The White House gave no indi cation of any presidential action in the new Informed sources in Washington said President Johnson probably would act only if it appeared there would be an immediate crippling of the national econo Rocky Prods Demos to End Control Fight sistK of a threeply sled vest capable of stop ping a 44magnum flug from as close as 20 feet and a iwoply The shield weighs enforcement Reporter WELL PROTECTED Village police offi cer James McKinley center shows what the Extra longshoremen were em wellprotected policeman can wear locally if feet and a iwoply The shield weighs to take to the meetingatlases P as pScSnSly agS text at a diamond potsat overtjme Looking on are George in tear gas and a gun capable of firing both short books novels poetry non fie track A seventh crew to speed passenger charge of the local State Police zone and longrange tear gas Efforts tion and Picture books in good man escaPed to sea and Police CMef Michael The equip are being made to offer a practical demonsra condition The State Highway Patrol re i MfHr i ment by the Slatc Polce but available tion of the equipment locally lor ail county law ported four bodies were taken Sunday to local police departments in time of con THE PTA announcement asked from diesel engine units of the c for books of the type you Two bodies still were of ships were stranded would give your own in the in vanous to be sent to a school superin The crash shook houses near The 4flrike resulted primarily tendent in Kentucky where vol by in where the Erie m action of New York unteers will catalogue and Lackawanna Railroad line mefmbeirsof the AFLCIO Inter distribute The Tuesday crossed tracks of the Baltimore natPnal Longshoremens Asso night meeting also is to include Ohio Railroad ciation m rejecting the proposed a presentation by the schools contract with the New York Physical education WT Agree explaining its1 ireigiii ments reached between the ILA J M nuns m mi ouuf iinu nine men vvimam scranion was was moving slowly into the and the which rep Heavy snowstorms swirled es was recorded in Martinsburg forced by had weather to cancel Mr imerseclon the Erie resents 145 shipping and sieve through the Northeast the eastern a scheduled appearance at the lourHiiesel unit collided with rioring traditionally disrupting air travel and endan To the special snow Pennsylvania Show in lire chiei at set the pattern for contracts in gering highway Officials plans were put into effect in the i iirinii cnlinnlt itrrutlrl lin nrl nlitli i n n fon virlirnn n I IIP KM 1 Eastern Seaboard Battered By Heavy Snow and Cold THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tions of the state and nine inch William Scranton was A REXVILLE and Lowell is ret from his hoW Gull nn 1 Virginias first major storm of slowing airtrafflc at the snow and emergency plans were Eet from his Gui Coast th a foot of Philadelphia International Air set in motion in nearby Balti d out saw flames Union Resident Thomas W snow Jn lne northern and The HarrisburgYork Air more and 19 Maryland In Ule bv Iho rnn nn W ern parts of the closing Port was closed all Heavy snows in the New York The chief said m Ule schools in five Near a Grey City area forced cancellation or V6 membershin vnfp l In West three per hound bus swerved off a snow diverted more than 300 flights at I figured I couldnt c M11P last were killed on icy 460 covered highway plung Kennedy International Pii i ncl cl vint in t ootpm h nlcmpnl i civioiis c not is throughout much of the into a small Ten per fnut Inbound trans WPlP hnzitrrinne Frnm srmc wmn hrcril nliTorl nnr nino atlalltlC lllglUS temporarily get my menclo for a whe was several hours before the fire was T nK state were From two sens were hospitalized and nine tlantic flights temporarily The only survivor of the enJames j ReynoMs said Suiidav to six inches of snow blanketed others were treated and rc were rerouted to Boston and A thp western and southern SPP lonsoH more open field one day last while mortar pine rrews was rivrtp H MIO i shells were dropping around 54 of Marion Ohio an 1hat New York stalematc At the time he was a S brakeman He was tinown WaS CaUSed by failure of the shotgun rideron a Jew umon membeishiP to under stand the contract Rcy A BOLIVAR grocery store l heard a and the next nolds said lie thought the strike which had been in business thing I knew I was flying would 86 years has become a thing of through the Masters Associatesof said the the Jack Cooper has closed He iold Patrolmen he had gone union president would seek the which was founded by lo the trailing unit of the engine meetings of all the unions lo his Ira Cooper in because of a problem with the cals here today or Tuesday to Jack joined his in operation of t h e store in GOP to Propose Health Care Plan By DON CARSON WASHINGTON AP Six industry by hwi Jy Here are the major features Just flurries and bitter cold tern Vehicles without chains or snow tires were banned from major arterial routes in New Five inches of snow fell in midtown Manhattan and eight inches covered some New Jersey had up tu 8 inches of snow and a 3yeurolcl boy was killed in a weathercon nected Upstate New York got by with try to sell the contract and Killed were Erie engineer get another vote on Donald brakeman Carl Marion and these icw vmmu aeefj men engineer Carl Duck hut he was due back in New brakeman frus York today for a scheduled V i coninuuiioiia uy meauuus unu fireman all meeting with the ILAs 23men doctors fees beyond the JndJvidualSt but he southern section of the of and a 6th executive Gleason measure proposed by President sixstate area received heavy Today is the not immediately identi called in the officials from the e Uilicinants Thev would eleventh day of There are affected ports for what he de The senators alternative pro short telm Snowstorms also struck sever 354 days left in the Twn mPn in scribed as a mpntinr gram came on the heels of one al otllcr widely separated areas and a Reynolds went to Wasiifncton WASHINGTON AP Six Here are the major features urries and bitter cold tem both of Sunday night to report to Secre RePublican senators are drawOf the Republican Senate plan crew tary of Labor Willard Wirtz health care plan or the Financing would como Jhc northern New England Duck hut he was due back in aged Leverett Sal f j Treasu plus ski irom a lack brakeman Yus York today for a scheduled ZTiriTn contributions by the states and llso WC1C u mPPtinp TT AV OQ doctors going beyond the and affected ports for what he de T1e senators alternative pro b a sliortterm dHcnostic Two men in the Erie caboose scribed as a strategy gam came on the heels of one a long term S o UenZn escaped They were iden Befole leaving for Washing proposed in Chicago on Satur stropnj niness plan or a mi r The sun sets tonight at titled as Fred Vestal asd G Reynolds said If any one day by the American Medical lsurane pollJv option northeas nd rises Tuesday at both of has any illusion that there will The long a p y opuon An be changes in the it foe of plans for Social Security Participation would be h Todays quote Five independent studies in the last 15 years have estab lished beyond any reasonable doubt that three out of four drug addicts had prior crim list wet snow knocked electric and lim telephone service for more than both of Marion 1U1S any musion mat tliere will me long a An ErieLackawanna spokes be changes in the it toe of plans for Social Security rticipation would be lim telephone service for more than man said the Erie train which snould be The bar medical care for the also individuals with an an customers and a repair was westbound was traveling Process is said its version would be broad nconic n more than nia by a live at normal speed which would Tne shipping industry here er than the administrations or couples with an income Eight inches of snow fell in raveling at normal which would ne shipping industry here er be about 50 miles per hour in isked Sunday that President that Johnson and Congress put pres A third alternative is in the ol central and northern but 4Participation would be vol most roads were expected to that Johnson and Congress put pres A third alternative is in the 4Participation would be vol mosl roads were expected to Electronic signals sure on tlw to submit the according to House Re untary for all persons over G5 remain traffic at the and to compulsory arbitra publican Leader Gerald not on tllc oldage assistance winds kicked up old HIP tlonTle appeal was submitted PmM Ho in closing two sections of mal records for nonnarcotics traffic at the and clsPuto o compulsory arbitra publican Leader Gerald olfenses they ever the spokesman said the signals lon llle was submitted He said Saturday in an Bn came George are so that when lo Kcynolds during a meeting interview that Republican mem All participants would have 8J National with Gleason nrul thp 14mon n tir i i arK in The Midwest had generally au lliau CT LJIMI lllCin 13 I ay deputy commission one train has the goahead sig Gleason aixl the 14men bers of the House Ways and lo pay an enrollment fee rang l nal the other has a stop signil policy committee of the Means Committee would unveil ing from to a year Jllc A ad generally The highway patrol was in NeAw Shipping a proposal in the near based on ciry hut temperatures vestigating to see what caused P chair Ford said work has not been The federal government over the the crash man of the employer associa comnlctpH nn it would oav 50 nf weekend and dropped as low as Mother 50 per cent of state Snow Flurries vestigating to see what caused aam the man employer associa completed on pay au per cent 01 stale 01 ion said the action should take Thc administration measure administrative costs and 60 to 80 f1 zero in e feet when the strike began to wouid be administered by Social per cent of other costs depend blngl diecl I HH Vie natlIOIlalfleconomiy Security and financed by a sep jng on a states per capita in MimOwhfn she He did not say when that might arate payroii tax come tricci lo walk home in 30degree a Massachusetts oining with Saltonstall on the cold wlie her car went Six Are Missing In Plane Mishap Regional Forecast Intermittent snow flurries and a few intervals of partial clear ing tonight and Jiia From 2 to 5 of snow is mto the Pacific Ocean less than The mam rankandfile objec u a minute after takeoff from tlon here appeared to be to the Wolf a TclnnrJ Cimrl olailSP nrnviflina fnr arnHtml AP A huge Air Force cargo plane ca of lifting 50 tons plunged drugs outside the hospital and and Winston both the administra ot estimated earth slides and which includes Major features of the AMA homp Proposa Ilon ciarnaae to roads and expected in snow belts of cen mWte takeoff from l nere appeared to be to the tral Erie and Wyoming coun Wake Island No trace clause providing for gradual nospitalization nursing home Proposal ties northward to southern Ni be found of lts sixman work carej home Over65 citizens would en agara County in the next 24 the term of the Iourvear aerPP outpatient hospital diagnostic ro11 in a health care program Less than an inch is like as ft h U the water Vrent have sought services but no medical or through a private ly Not much change Con gS thganS t of trol tower officials said the take eut because of automation of ine senators program HIGH CHICAGO lAP H Computers Caution advised motorists against locally hazardous driv ing conditions next 24 High low 10 Local Report A maximum of 29 at 3 and a 10 at 2 were re corded for the 24hour period which ended at noon No precipitation was Bar ometer pressure at 12 oclock today was and Daily precipitation 0 monthly total inches January aver age Temperatures recorded Yesterday noon 3 6 9 mid night Today 3 6 9 upou Federal Aviation Agency ob servers in the saw the explosion and dispatched crash boats to the Darkness hampered the After about five hours after the searchers found de bris on the water but no trace of survivors or Aboard the Dover Air Force Base plane were Arthur the aircraft commander Herman D Prince Sas copilot 1st Jon Silver James Anthony and James the gang size agreed to guarantee each man hours of work a thus assuring them of a wage base of The proposed contract also in cluded a wage and benefits package of a week in steps over four The base wage under tlie expired contract here an PNEUMONIA LONDON AP Vbtcunt former minister of labor and a central figure in the 1963 constitutional crisis to the abdication of King Edward died Satur day of Monckton was a friend and legal adviser to Edward when the king left the throne to marry Wallis War field from the states and in participating rather than through a payroll The AMA plan also would sidestep Social being financed with federal and state funds plus individual contribu tions according to It would be joined to the existing KerrMiils health care program with the states handling admin istration rather than the federal The insurance would be written by private AMA President Donovan Ward said this would provide far more for the elderly with none of the attendant evils of unpredictable invasion of medical practice by the fed eral bureaucracy or disruption of the private insurance Kerr a of the individuals cial status is Premiums for individuals with certain incomes would be paid by state and federal A sliding scale would be used to set up specific incomes under which percentage of the premi um would be paid by govern ment Some persons would receive no government Ward gave no income spe The policies would be pro vided by Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans and health insur ance The degree of coverage would vary by Ward said this would pro vide experienced administra tion with public and private funds sharing the the expendi ture for 1964 represents an in crease uf million over last More onehalf of the ex penditures are made by the Defense BABY SlKCJALIST Josephine lleniemv u noted baby speci Her Healthy are Happy has translated into five lan WAS CIVIC LKAUKR PORT AP Kenneth civic leader and president of the Fifth Coach died Saturday after a heart By CHARLES DUMAS API The first sharp barb from Rockefeller spurred Democrats efforts today to settle their stalemated power struggle over leadership of the new Legisla As the Senate and Assembly prepared to how Democratic sources re ported no break in the deadlock Second Try Made to Get indictments By ED MCCUSKER AP District Court Judge Harold Cox cautioned a federal grand jury today not to be swayed by any influences inside or outside as it takes another look into the slaying of three civil rights A lone Negro spectator sat in the courtroom as Cox told the biracial jury that it was called back into session at the Justice Departments re Armed with what it says is a the Justice Depart ment is seeking indictments in the deaths last June near Phila of Michael and Andrew both of New and James Schwerner and Good man were Chaney was a The government reportedly rests much its case on a writ ten statement the FBI claims it obtained from Doyle Barnette was one of 21 persons arrested last month in connection with the June 21 He and the others sub sequently were freed after the alleged confession was ruled inadmissablc at a preliminary A man who refused to identify told The Associated Press today that Barnette was inside the federal building The report could not be con Before sending the grand jury off to hear the governments new Cox told the Dont let anybody inside or outside usurp your power to reach a This was the second time the grand jury has considered the Last October at the jury listened to evidence but did not return any John head of the Justice Departments Civil Rights Divi headed the government attorneys as the jury recon The government rests much of its case on the Barnette state there was a report said to have come gov ernment sources that other evidence also includes a state ment from another The FBI would neither confirm nor deny Charges against 21 men ar rested in the June 21 killing including Neshoba County Sher iff Lawrence Rainey and Chief Deputy Cecil Price were dropped after a 10 prelimi nary hearing in Horseheads Girl Gets State Honor A 17yearold high school sen whose biggest disappoint ment is the fact that there are only 24 hours in a today reigns as New York States Jun ior Linda Kurzenb e r g e who leads an active social life at Horseheads Central was selected Saturday night over 16 other teenage girls in a Junior Miss Pageant in Linda will now compete in the National Junior Miss Pageant March 19 at for in college Linda is a class mem ber of the student co editor of her school participates in school choral groups and belongs to the Fu ture Teachers Association and the National Honor There are so many things to do and so much to be gained from every experience that its a shame that we dont have more she said after win ning the was in Assemblyman Stanley Stein gut of Brooklyn and Jack Bronston of Queens held their positions as trontrunning contenders for the posts of As sembly speaker and Senate ma jority Hard on their clinging to the votes that blocked elec tion of Steingut and Bronston last were Assemblyman Anthony Travia Brooklyn and Joseph Zaretzki of There were unconfirmed re ports in New York City that Za retzki would withdraw and of fer of Thomas Mackell of Queens as a compromise candi Zaretzki was not available for but Travia said he knew of no such Rockefeller de parted for the first time from the letsbefriends theme he struck last Wednesday in deliv ering his State of the State message to the Democraticcon trolled In a television interview Sun Rockefeller made his first direct thrust at the new Legisla declaring the power strug gle showed Democratic bosses were trying to control the legis lative There is fighting here for power and the Re publican governor And is standing in the way of getting on with the peoples Rockefellers attack increased the discomfort of Democratic embarrassed by their partys failure to organize the Legislature In other developments Rockefeller edged closer to acknowledging publicly that he favors a statewide sales tax to help balance his new He said it would have a less pre judicial effect on the states economy than a major increase in the income Samuel Greenberg of a leading Demo cratic spokesman on fiscal af served notice on Rockefel ler that his colleagues wont be stampeded into buying Rockefellers spending and tax The governor declared flat ly that he would veto any Demo cratic bill to repeal the Condon Wadlin Law against strikes by public The invoked in the current strike of welfare work ers in New York long has been under fire by who say the laws penalties are much too I personally believe that gov ernment employes should not strike against the state and against the Rockefel ler He said it was tremendous ly important that the Demo crats select their legislative leaders and get on with the peoples During the New Yorks Mayor Robert Wag supporting Zaretzki and conferred with other party leaders in an effort to end the A key figure in the rival Mo tion challenging Wagners lead ership that no agreement had been This backing Steingut and is headed by State Chairman William Keon and a group of county chairmen who sponsored Robert Kennedy for EightPound Son Joins RFK Clan NEW YORK Ethel wife of Robert gave birth by caesarian early today to an eightpound son at Roostevelt The hospital said mother and baby were It is the Kennedys ninth They have six boys and three The senator accompanied his wife to the hospital Kennedy will be 37 in The senator and his wife are the only members of theKen nedy clan to match Joseph Kennedy and Rose child for The grandpar ents had four sons and five Kennedy arrived at Roo sevelt Hospital at and left shortly before 8 say ing he was going to the Hotel Carylyle where he maintains an Asked about a name for big new he Ethei hasnt decided   

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