Wellsville Daily Reporter, January 25, 1965

Wellsville Daily Reporter

January 25, 1965

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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 25, 1965, Wellsville, New York itiellsville Reporter Eighty Fifth Year Serving Potter Counties85th Year NSW Monday January 1965 Seven Cents Per Copy AUTO OWNERS who havent yet obtained their 1965 regis tration dont have much time to This is the final week cars can be driven without and the upcoming Satur day morning brings the 1 a st special hours of issuance of registration at the Court House in TOO MUCH snow is as bad as none if you are attempting to stage a Winter the Monroe County Parks Depart ment decided The an nual weekend was canceled as Rochester shared heavy snow with much of the rest of the state over a crazy weekend which brought temperatures a bove and below the freezing high rain and freezing BOTH RAIN and snow are ex pected this week the rain on during a warm then snow or rain changing to snow toward the end of t h e Its to turn cooler after then warmer again a gain around the It all sounds like a continuation of the past weekends hazardous driving MANY we sus will find irresistable a tonguein check editors prayer which the Friendship Volunteer has copied from the Woodward It goes this way BLESSED ARE the mer chants who advertise and the woman who sends in a written account of a party or Blessed are they who do not ex pect the editor to know every but tell him whenever an interesting event and blessed are they who get the copy in early for they shall occupy a warm spot in the edi tors BLESSED ARE those who h Mey rU the thr riiVan I6 thrice blessed are Johnson Asks LBJCondition Congress for Reported Billion By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For fiscal year ending June 30 1965 figures in billions Spending Income Deficit Debt at year end By STERLING WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson told Congress to day the first year of his Great Society will cost the nation a record The Presidents budget mes sage for fiscal 1966 which he hinted may be the last budget below billion called for A cut in excise without naming those to be reduced or A increase in all Social Security cash benefits this amounting to 7 per cent on the but fol lowed by a steep rise in the pay roll tax next Hospital care for aged per sons perhaps 19 million cit izens with the taxpayers foot ing the bill for those not covered by Social This would start in Quadrupled spending in the war on Military and foreign aid out lays be trimmed helping to reduce the budget deficit to or a billion dollars less than this years red ink But federal outlays for educa tion would be increased by more than 75 per in the fiscal year starting next for a 1 per cent increase in the number of civilian It is evident Johns o n that unless defense needs should decline substan government expenditures will continue to rise over the long But the costs will rise less rapidly than the nations ability to meet Johnson Despite the 1966 he federal spending will de cline in relation to the Gross National less than 15 per the lowest ratio achieved in 15 Nevertheless the federal debt will stand at an historic peak of billion when the fiscal year has Johnson served noitce he will ask another in crease in the debt ceiling fixed by By RAYMOND CROWtEV WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnsons condition was described today as quite increasing speculation that he might be able to attend the funeral of Sir Winston Johnson told a group of re porters Sunday that he wants to attend the Churchill rites next Saturday but that a lot would depend on how his recuperation a heavy cold and sore throat Budget Briefs WASHINGTON AP Here are textual highlights of Presi dent Johnsons budget message to Congress today The budget supports a mas sive defense establishment of steadily growing within reduced international and space programs are being advanced at a satisfactory but with smaller increases than in ear lier Press secretary George Reedy said this morning no de cision had been made yet on whether Johnson would fly to Reedy said the President spent a very satisfactory resting and that his temperature never we n t above It was above In ihs second beside news conference at the suburban Bethesda Naval John son said he wants very much to attend the funeral A lot depends on how I feel in the next day or he As five newsmen talked to the President seemed markedly the President said Its all over The doctors were not so They want to keep him in the hospital until Thurs for rest and to make sure the cold is When the five newsmen poolers representing the hos pital visited the President he was clad in pastel green pajamas with white pip ing and was chewing cough All Nations Mourn Loss Of Churchill Churchill Termed Historys Child KINZUA BRIDGE McKean County landmark See is to become focal ooint of that countys first state Sale of the property to the General State Authority at a bout has been record ed at Smethport the countv The seller was an Indiana salvage Today is the 25th day of There are 340 days left in the The sun sets tonight at and rises Tuesday at Todays quote Japan must deal with problem of Communist China purdently and from own independent with out makingunnecessary haste to reach a Prime Minister Eisaku in policy speech to Japanese Todays highlight in history On ths date in the first telephone connection between New York and San Francisco was On this date In the University of Vir ginia was In the first Negro Army regiment was formed in the United In the Liberty Bell reached New Orleans for exhi It education is our primary weapon in the war on poverty and the principal tool for build ing a Great He estimated that government revenues Would total bil also a This would mean a rise in tax collections from 1964 to generated by an unprecedented fifth consecutive year of strong business The President predicted a record prosperity for this calen dar year a prosperity with these dimensions National output at a gain of nearly billion cor poration profits at up nearly billion personal in comes rising to up 6 per The word used re in last years budget have come from reduc tions and economies in other parts of the Total administrative budg et expenditures are being held to billion in Although expenditures will rise they will decline as a per cent of the Gross National Product to less than 15 per thelowest ratio achieved in 15 budget re ceipts are expected to increase in 1966 tc This is billion over the estimated level for The resulting def icit of billion is a billion dollars lower than the 1965 defi marking continued progress toward a balanced By RAYMOND CROWLEY WASHINGTON AP The nation heaped unprecedented honor and unstinted praise to day on Sir Winston whom President Johnson caled historys Johnson ordered the Ameri can flag to be flown at half staff through Saturday wherever it what he said and what he did wil Inever despite his uncom fortable had issued orders that if Churchill lie was to be notified Thus jit sthat live sad tidings were brought to him at by CPO Thomas Mills at Bethesda Naval are estimated at billion in His temperature was reported at about 1QO compared with normal of but press sec retary George Reedy said that was not a matter of concern at Reedy reported Sunday the President is resting very His cough is prac tically He has no pain or distress of any The President said that his illness really amounted only to a sore but they call it by a fancy he there is no discomfort in the The reason he agreed to enter the hospital at Satur the family was away and he could not object if they wanted me to come out here where on ships on the seven in mourning for the Brit ish statesman who died So far as anybody could deter mine this is the first time such an honor has been accorded to a But many Churchill was not a Wasnt he half Amer ican through his American mother And did not which listened enthralled to the British leader in the dark days succeeding Pearl Harbor en dow him with honorary Ameri can citizenship On his hospital bed President Johnson vowed to fly to the fu neral in London if the doctors were at all had this statement H messages ol sympathy to Lady Queen Elizabeth 11 and Prime Minister Harold Wil When there was darkness in the and hope was low in Leather Seat In Parliament Meet By COLIN FKOST LONDON AP Parliament met today leaving Sir Win ston Churchills old seat empty and approved Queen Eliza beths request that the nation thc beloved elder states man all the magnificence of a state funeral he planned for The empty green leather seal which Sir Winston occupied in the last session of Parliament was thc only vacant place in the packed House of It begins to grasp the oppor tunities of the Great It is restrained by the sacrifices we must continue to make to keep our defenses strong and This budget provides reason ably for our It is not ex Neither is it miser But the costcutting and pay rollparing emphasis of a year ago was in todays mes by what Johnson called the rising need for more public and private services resulting from an increasing growing incomes and changing ways of The budget in Who Stole Exams Wet Rain Regional Forecast Generally fair ior a while to night then clouding up during the Low around cold er some valley Tues overcast with wet snow changing to Diminishing westerly winds 2010 becoming southerly tonight and increasing 1025 High low 24 By AIR FORCE are the dozen cadets who operated the ex ams for sale racket and touched off the cheating scandal now rocking the Air Force the major mystery as a special team of investigat ors dug today into the facts of a cribbing case that threatens to dwarf the honor code violations at West Point 14 years The chief of the Air Force Academy Office of Richard These should become effective July They will reduce tax liabil ities on a fullyear basis by Revenues collected by the Treasury in 1966 wiil be re duced by am recommending prompt enactment of a hospital insur ance program for elderly per This program should be with a combined employercmploye payroll con tribution of per cent on the first of income to start in calendar year I am also recommending an increase from to in the wage base on which So cial Security taxes are The estimated cost of com pleting the interstate highway system has recently been in creased by To avoid serious delay in completing the while remaining on a payasyougo I twill in clude in my excise tax propos als specific recommendations for increasing certain highway user To encourage longoverdue improvements in surface trans portation in our densely pop ulated I will proposea comprehensive program of technical research and develop ment on intercity surface As a first we will begin demonstra tions of possible improvements in existing rail passenger serv ices in the northeast corridor of the Significant postal deficits he theory t to a topcoat brought on the guration had anything to do with he it was because of a little As a matter of he he got too hot because he was wearing electric What he meant was thermal underwear his undies were not actually wired as is an elec tric Johnson was at Camp the presidential retreat in nearby when the President went to the Now she is also in the same hos recovering from a heavy and reported to be running no Reedy said she was very that time terrible danger and of the men who won the the name of Churchill will Let us give thanks that we knew With our grief let there be gratitude for a life so fully Tor services so splen and for the joys he gave by the joy he took in all he The people of the United States his cousins and his fellowcitizens will pray with Gods eternal blessing on t h i his British countrymen for Gods eternal blessing on this and for comfort to his He is historys and As Parliament succeeded he stood at this box at one time or holding almost every one of the great offices of Wison referred to the bat tered dispatch box that always sits on the table before prime WON PUUTER AP Mark Pulitzer Prixe win ning composer of Jewisli Litur gical died Sil a native of wun the Pulitzer traveling in 1917 for his general BV COLIN FROaT LONDON AP Sir Winston Churchill lay at rest today while the world awaited the somber magnificence of a state funeral he planned for presidents and vet eran statesmen will follow his coffin on its last journey Satur President Johnson said he would be among them if suffi ciently recovered from the cold that sent him to the hospital over the Churchill died shortly after 8 3 EST Sunday at 28 Hyde Park the London house in which he had lived since retiring from the premiership in Two months past his 90th he had suffered a stroke nine days Medical experts said he died peacefully and without As the worlds tributes flowed in Tor the greatest Englishman modern friends re vealed that he first started planning his funeral ceremony during World War In December he was in Cairo after talks with President Roosevelt and Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek and caught a cold which turned to pneu Half jokingly he told aides Theyll have to give me a state President Roosevelt will have to come to London to attend From this remark grew Churchills funeral lay ing down the procedure he wanted followed and even de tailing the names of military units which should In 1954 he returned to the ex Some details inevitably were changed but the outline including a funeral progress up thc Thames River of the kind accorded in 1805 to Admiral Lord hero of Britains naval victories over the Determined that everything should go without a he toured the route the cortege will The route is a study in stone of Churchills From the house where lie spent his last years in the coffin will go on Wednesday to Westminster the ancient scat Englands ad joining the House of Commons which was his Thcre it will lie in stale for three Then through White the seat of and past liis old residence as prime at 10 Down ing At the head of Whitehall stands the always Churchills favorite government and Trafalgar Square with its soaring statue of Nel On down the with memories here of Churchillian nights out at the Savoy Grill and the now vanished favorite haunt of Edwardian Then into Fleet Lon dons newspaper row to which Churchill turned for a platform and for income in his youth and again in the years political eclipse after World War Finally to Sir Christopher Wrens domed mas terpiece where Britain tradi tionally takes leave of its he From Pauls the cortege will travel to the In the shadow of the tower Churchlls coffin will be put aboard a barge to travel up river to a pier near Waterloo Here the public ceremonial The family will join the coffin on a private train and Churchill will be buried near his parents in a village churchyard in the heart of Parliament was called togeth er this afternoon to hear politi cal leaders tributes to Churchill and give formal approval to Queen Elizabeths request that the funeral be made a state oc This approval is It is technically necessary since the funeral will involve some governmental The end was1 announced in a terse bulletin signed by his phy sician and lifelong Lord At his bedside were Lady his and his two The among the first to be informed of his imme diately sent Lady Churchill this message The new sof Sir Winston s death caused inexpressible grief to me and my We send our deepest sympathy to you and your The world world is thc poor er by the loss of his manysided while the survival of this country and the sister nations of the Commonwealth in the face of the greatest danger that has ever threatened them will be a perpetual memorial to his lead his and his in domitable The funeral is expected to bring together the largest con course of statesmen since that of President John Kennedy in Diplomats said President Charles de Gaulle has unoffi cially let it be known that he expects to They said the Soviet representative is likely to be President Anastas whom Churchill knew or thc new Alexei It will be the first state funer al for a British commoner since that of Prime Minister William Gladstone 67 years The service will be conducted by the Archbishop of pri mate of the Church of Burial will be in the small country churchyard in 70 miles northwest of It is on the great Blenheim home of the dukes of Marlbor where Churchill was His Lord Randolph was a son of the sev enth and Sir Winston died on the anniversary of Lord Randolphs Riots Spread In Viet Nam MALCOLM BROWNE South Viet Nam AP Antigovernment dem onstrations were under way in at least five central Vietnamese cities and Saigon was an armed camp in preparation for threatened riots and Buddhist suicides by The central Vietnamese city of 400 miles north of Sai appeared to be the main trouble with up to demonstrators in the An Aide Recalls Britains Symbol EDITORS NOTElain Mac one of the younger leaders of the Conservative par tells what Sir Winston Churchill meant to him and to chairman of the Conservative served Churchill as min ister of health and continued in the governments of Sir Anthony now Lord and Has oM By IAIN MACLEOD LONDON AP Winston Churchill is In the words there is nothing ior for the noblest of Englishmen has died full of Yet the words are solemn and In the true What else could there he to lead and we to follow And if the people of Britain choseto read a rougher more ag gressivemeaning into liis mes so be Churchill meant No one ever has or ever will identify himself so completely with the spirit of the British people as did Winston Churchill in Our finost hour was so he flattered us long after the were the 1 only provided the He did much more than Blood and toil and sweat wore all he offered in the strangest and noblest appeal in our It was said of liis speLehes that they were worth an army One morearmy corps seasonable during with a high of 33 at 1 Sunday and low of 24 early to Barometric pressure at noon was rising from inch Precipitation snow and rain Sunday precipi inches monthly inches January aver age Temperatures recorded were Yesterday noon 3 6 9 mid night Today 3 6 9 noon 10 names would be It is the academy policy not to reveal names of ordinary which represent about 9 per cent of the enrollment a the colonel Natu we wouldnt think of changing that practice in this The secretary of the Air Eugene an nounced Saturday that more than 100 including at least 30 members of the football are involved in the class room is of distinguished citizens consider whether certain postal rates should be Revitalized federal leader ship through a neA1 department or housing and urban develop ment will be coupled with in creased emphasis on compre hensive local Our objective is to mobilize state and federal re sources in a coordinated effort to assist the The 1966 budget provides for almost dou bling the new obligations au thority and quadrupling the ex penditures for this paratroopers in demonstration was broken up with tear gas and billy About 70 persons were Traffic was halted on at least a dozen Saigon streets as para troopers strung barbed wire at expected trouble Reliable sources reported a mob of persons at one time within a block of the consu late in Several demonstra tors were also reported on the march toward the key mili tary detachment in Da We have lived in the Churchill there wiil never be There can never be anyone to take his The trumpets sound and are My mind is flooded memories oi this immortal He became in wartime the living symbol of The the siren theharsh mispronunciations we loved so above all the thrusting defiance of his two fingers as he gave the V for Victory of one could achieve first the had to bj and he led us with relish and even with confidence into He was able to from us that extra effort that achieved the Because of because of liis because of what lie demanded from us we just a little more jubt a little Anti it was enough just Churchill was oneof the great Cavalier und sea dog historian and statesman soldier and journalist even a painter ancl a scholar in his Churchill was them Tears came as naturally to him as did Jn this as in so many he was a true a knight of the spacious days of Elizabeth I who hcd somehow strayed into the reign of Elizabeth When an ordinary man his virtues are extolled and his faults brushed When one writespf Winston who became an immortal and a leg end in his the tempta tion to write only good ot the dead is very But it would be false ancl there was nothing Churchill de tested more than like must be shown warts and He had an incredibly fertile mind which sprayed ideas Hkc a It is easy to under stand hoy solid but lesser men like Baldwin and Chamberlain oiten found him an uncomforta He vvas never as so many ministers simply to deal with his in He was never even content simply to run his own and he poured out minutes full of origi nal suggestions for running ev eryone people are generous enough to accept with good will critical comments from a col he had so many ideas that some of them were bound to be some were some would be worth and a few were lit by the flash of the true Winston In the World War I he held and lost high For nearly all the second he was prime In both he made takes of judgment and of But all these are as just before the wind of his His faults were the faults of a man of tumult and of Harold MacMillan always one of Sir Winstons most faithful followers and paid him exactly the right tribute as he ended his short speech ing the House of Commons val ediction to Sir Winston in July 1964 as he came to the last days of his membership of the House of If 1 were to try to sum up his I can think of no words more appropriate than those which he has himself writ ten on the flyleaf of each vol ume of his history of the Second World In war In defeat lu victory In Peace good Te author called these words the moral of his work In they are the story liis ;