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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Wellsville, New York Count reporter Allegany county daily newspaper eighty fourth year new saturday june 1964 seven cents per copy june Issue of the Maga mechanical Engineer reports the death of Fred Rik one of whose numerous inventions is the Backbone of Wellsville biggest he was the inventor of the first used on a locomotive in but later found much More suitable for big scale util Ity who Learned from experience and self instruction in fathers shop at was nearing 90 when he Hon ored As in Engineer International two men Well known Here knew him Well in his earlier Days they Are Erna est funds turn of who came Here in 1926 because he was familiar with the Ljung Strom and Hilmer longtime resident Here now living at Dobbs Feri by near new York both Lundstrom and Karli soon have retired after Long Caj Reers with air the preheated was made first in Sweden by Ljung Strom a company organized by the inventor and his subsequently James Howden and of was licensed to manufacture under the the Scotland firm owned controlling Stock in Clark and Norton manufacturing of which began manufacturing the pre Heaters a bout on air preheated was with the Howden firm retain ing majority and a minority interest going to Ljungstrom an Turbine in re turn for licensing Herman who retired last year As president air preheated joined the firm in 1924 and became works manager in the year superheated purchased the entire Stock of air preheated later another combustion engineering was acquired by super Heater and after that superheated changed its name to combustion which remains its name air preheated remained a wholly owned sep Arate corporation until april when it became air pre Heater a division of com Bustion the Divi now headed As president James is licensed to sell Ljungstrom pre Heaters in the its Island posses and i i i the preheated was Only one of the major inventions Byl he first aided his in develop1 ment of a new steam the big preheated bearing his name came in and in 1925 he designed the first variable gear clutch for automobiles he received Many High honors in Sweden and and was one of very few engineers named to the swedish Royal Academy of steering committee at members of a steering committee from the lutheran women league of Trinity lutheran Church join other conference officials in a temporary office at Alfred University where a biennial Eastern District conference is under Way this from the left Are the Rudolf Hull of Counselor Clarence Grotke and Alfred and Wellsville chapter members Martin committee chairman Gerald John Schulz and Robert photo by regional session by local lutheran hosted women members of the local Chap Ter of lutheran women missionary Are serving As a steering committee this week end to the tenth biennial con Ference of the Eastern lutheran women missionary the Eastern District of the Missouri Synod includes West Ern new extending East Ward to include and most of about 300 counsel ors and guests Are present at the event being held on the Campus of Alfred the District embraces 143 Sci registration began Friday afternoon at Bartlett where the convention committee is to afternoon activities included Tours and a Ceramic sex and a Carillon concert played by Ray scheduled this morning was a worship conducted by the Paul International Counselor of on the convention this is the Day of Good also con ducted was a discussion of Bible a prayer program and a problem planned this afternoon is business session including officer elec and a banquet is plan Ned tonight with entertainment by the Alfred town ringers led by Samuel Scholes the and Alton Shea of Wellsville and the and Arnold Schneider of Niagara a Public worship service will be held sunday morning at 10 at alumni the steering committee Mem Bers from the Wellsville Church Are Gerald chair Man Martin co chairman John treasurer Karlton Secretary Rob Ert registration chairman Henry housing chairman Marie hospitality Jack publicity Marjorie decorations Harold in Emma Cole and Merritt assisted by miss Agatha officers of the District Are Alfred pres ident Joseph first Vic Epresi Dent Gerhard Schmoock second Vic president Rob Ert Barwick of re cording Secretary rein Hardt financial and John Fey of Khrushchev ready to admit peking split unbridgeable today is june the 165thi Day of there Are 201 Days left in the the Sun sets tonight at and rises sunday at today highlight in history on this Date in Congress passed the National Industrial recovery on this Date in Christopher Colum bus discovered the Island of showery regional forecast Windy with a change Able sky today and a few showers or thundershowers today and possibly again to High around Low to night in the showers Early sunday cooler and partial southerly 15 with higher gusts around some thundershowers becoming southwesterly by this High Low 58 local report the temperature ranged from 84 degrees at 4 to 58 de Grees at 6 during the 24 hour period beginning yester Day the water and Light Plant reported the barometer at 11 this morning at inches and the temperatures noon 3 6 9 Midnight 3 6 8 11 an a news analysis by William Ryan a special correspondent Nikita Khrushchev seem about ready to admit that the soviet chinese split is unbridgeable in the foreseeable and that a splintered communist world is Khrushchev concedes there is an estrangement not Only be tween the chinese and soviet communist but also be tween the peking and Khrushchev leaves it up to the chinese whether there will be a move toward re Concilia displaying Little Hope that there will he virtually apologizes to the rest of the communist world for the current state of Khrushchev interpolated in fridays speech about the East German soviet Friend ship indicated a pro found weariness with the whole chinese they seemed the words of a Man caught in an impossible squeeze Between the pressures in the soviet Union for economic advancement and the pressures of world communism for More aggressive sex there is no Khrushchev seems to it will not be his fault but be one should says thru allow the spread of ideological differences to inter governmental since this ultimately weakens the position of world socialism and plays into the hands of Imperi we believe that even today the Road is not closed for the normalization of soviet chinese including government Al All that is required is Good will and awareness of ones supreme duty to ones to the entire revolution Ary our party will constantly guide itself by this it seems Likely Moscov con siders red China effectively out Side the soviet bloc of the soviet newspaper Izvestia recently quoted marshal Chen red chivas foreign minis As describing China As a nonaligned Izvestia added that politically speak this Means Chen i no longer considers China part of the world socialist communist the break has done enormous harm to the world communist and Khrushchev seems to want to escape the red chinese accuse Khrushchev of going of catering to a russian Middle class which thinks of Comfort and individual happiness before world Khrushchev insists he is just As ardently for world revolution As the but he reflects the soviet Peoples own aspirations when he says people around the world would hardly follow a communist government whose people have no Trou that the its Trou Sers or world National elections face czech voters Austria a about nine million czechoslovakian Are expected to vote in National elections spurred by their communist re Gimes Promise of More democracy in under a new Reform of parliamentary the National Assembly can exercise real direction Over the activities of representative particularly local the 300member Assembly has been used by the regime until now to put the Seal of approval on read made government a Erhard concludes policy talks by Endre Marton Washington a West German Chancellor Ludwig or hard goes Home tonight after agreeing with president Johnson that the West need not worry about the soviet East German Friendship j the pact the and Here satellite signed in Moscow Fri Day aroused Sharp interest in Washington but created no new German sources in state department experts were inclined to regard the treaty As a defeat for Walter East German communist Leader and chief of he is understood to have asked for a separate peace the West firmly got instead a pact with a lofty title but Little sub Friday night at a dinner in the White House Rose Johnson and Elliard exchanged Champagne toasts to continuing deepening under standing and after his meeting with John son six months ago at the lbs Erhard said some people referred to their Accord As a honeymoon that would i think the honeymoon Over Erhard we have reached the state of mar but based on on Johnson declared there can be no lasting peace in Europe until Germany is United in peace and but he said the United states and her allies shall work to open new ave Nues of Trade and we shall work to build new Bridges of ideas to Ward the to improve rela to Lessen to enhance the prospects of All of us living in this world with As for the soviet East German i Erhard said there is nothing alarming in but he asked for vigilance and reconfirmation of the Western Posi a communique issued at the White House by Johnson and Erhard Friday gave this recon in unmistakable the it does not affect the rights of the three Western Powers or modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet Union with respect to Germany and the communique also held so Viet Russia solely responsible for the consequences of any at tempt at interference with Allied rights that might result from implementation of the new though this was firm Ian american and German diplomats said they do not expect Moscow to use the treaty j As a pretext to new trouble in i West rapped for inciting Berlin woes by Henry Bradsher Moscow a soviet Union and East Germany accused the West today of stirring up trouble in West Berlin and warned that serious complications of the situation in Western Europe could be the a joint communique issued after the departure of East Ger Man communist Leader Walter Ulbricht also claimed that West Berlin has never belonged and cannot belong to West Ger Ulbricht and Premier Khrushchev signed a Friendship treaty Friday but the United states and West Germany claimed it has Little importance in the cold today communique charged West Germany is in provocative activities in West described by Khrushchev and Ulbricht As an inde pendent political then the communique went on to propose establishment of effective control Over the Mili tary production of West Ger without suggesting the same control for East it also called for reduction the strength of the West Ger Man army As a step for euro Pean As for West the com Munique said the revenge seeking at tempts of the Federal Republic of Germany in this carried out not without the knowledge and with Connivance of the occupational authorities of the three Western Are Cap Able of causing serious complications of the situation in West Ern on his return to East Ulbricht hailed the Friendship treaty with he said the paragraph describing West Ber Lin As an Independent political unit was a great Concession because it documents that the East germans Are willing to transform West Berlin into a demilitarized and free Premier bidding Farewell to it is very difficult to overestimate the importance this the treaty was interpreted in the West As an Effort to bolster Ulbricht but which did not appear to change the problem of resolving Germany left unsettled since world War a joint communique issued in Washington by president John son and visiting West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard said the treaty did not affect soviet responsibilities for East Ger Many and the treaty of Mutual assistance and cooperation runs for 20 it is expected to be ratified in East Berlin soon gop leaders Ponder timing and motives of Scranton decision by Larry Osius Washington a William Scranton sudden decision to Challenge bar by Goldwater for the Republican presidential nomination not leaders across the but including foes of wondered if the governors move want too in essence they where was Scranton earlier and a Rockefeller supporter remarked Scranton and others like him sat on their hands too there was certainly no sign in an associated press Survey of party leaders of any break in the ranks of Goldwater Back ers after Scranton announce ment those who cheered the governors leap into the race were previously uncommitted or were backing candidates other than typical of those who have been supporting Goldwater was Tennessee gop chairman Harry Carbaugh who i personally am standing foursquare with it appears to me that a group in the Reubi can party that they want to control the nomination and have talked Scranton into becoming an Active this last minute Effort to deny Goldwater the nomination i feel is Michigan on the other welcomed Scran no endorsement comes from Ike Humphrey confident of unaltered of for rights package Washington a Hubert Senate floor manager for the civil rights said today there is an excellent Chance the House will accept the version the sen ate is working on and i am Humphrey said in an there will be no further changes any if the Minnesota Democrat is Correct on both once the Bill is passed by the Senate and the House it can go directly to president Johnson to be signed into if the House does not accept the Senate the Bill will go to a conference committee to resolve differences in the versions passed by the House 10 and by the the result could be de Lay or even we have been in the closest consultation with House and we feel the Bill As it now stands is acceptable to Humphrey he also expressed Confidence the Bill will get to Johnson be fore Congress quits for the re publican National which opens july 13 in Safcik i Hope the president can sign it on the fourth of giving a Brand new meaning to that Humphrey House leaders privately agree that action can be completed before the convention but for this to they say the Senate must pass the Bill not Humphrey said the Senate and he predicted final action will come by wednes by George Esper a former president Dwight Eisenhower says he welcomes the entry William Scranton into the contest for the Republican presidential Nomi but he declined to com Mit himself when four Pennsyl Vania legislators asked him to endorse the it was a Busy Day Friday for Eisenhower As he also met Here with Maxwell Rabb of new a former White House aide and now National chairman of the Campaign committee of ambassador Henry Cabot Rabb told a news conference later that his organization was throwing its support behind what i have done will be echoed in other moderate re publican he who listened to Scranton declare himself a candidate on the issued a saying for More than a year i have been arguing that the Republican party would be benefited if More leading republicans would declare their availability for Public office and take it upon themselves to express their views concerning the develop ing political scene and the is sues facing the in my fair and Active Competition among party personalities is not Divi Sive to the is Good for the health and vigor of the it is in this conviction that i Welcome the entry of whom i have Long and into the contest for the presidential nomination of the Republican the four Pennsylvania House of representatives members said that during a on hour con Ference with Eisenhower he had told them the same thing he said in the they reported he gave them no commitments when asked to endorse Scranton for the nation sometime before the gop National convention opens in san Francisco july Rabb said in a Handwritten statement that Lodge would have Given a leadership of the highest but so will we Are proud to support and we know he will be victorious in july and then again in Rabb Eisenhower made it very Clear that what he favored was a wide open Rabb told at that time i advised him of what i was going to he was now that a wider Range candidates was available for the tons state to chairman Arthur Elliott it creates a genuinely open i think its a strengthening thing to the and National commit Teeman John Martin hailed Scranton As one of our most Able and attractive political figures George who flirted with the idea of said Michigan 48vote Conven Tion delegation will remain in but he left no doubt he would consider Scranton an acceptable presidential Nom new York Assembly speaker Joseph a supporter of Nelson called Scranton statement excellent but this in no Way will change my position or the position of the new York delegation to continue in sup port of Mark chairman of the Oregon delegation committed to Rockefeller on the welcomed Scran tons announcement because it assures an open convention in san even some Goldwater backers Happy with their leaders big Lead in nevadas Paul i think its a tremendously Good it will make for a spirited open but Many questioned the Tim ing or the motive of Scranton Ralph chairman of the Vermont Dele said you wonder if the announcement is directed at securing the nomination or for acquisition of a Good Chance at the second spot vice presiden even those who oppose Gold water voiced said Joseph who quit As California National committeeman to work for Rocke Feller in that states primary its unfortunate its so one of the reasons is that Scran ton and others like him sat on their hands so warm Welcome a the let hour decision by Pennsyl Vania William Scranton to seek the Republican presiden tial nomination is receiving a warm Welcome among top gop leaders in new York Scranton announced the Deci Sion Friday and acknowledged he faced a Tough Uphill fight to overtake the front running Barry Goldwater Arizona and win the nomination at the National convention next at a news Scran ton said he telephoned word of his decision to himself a candidate for the thursday Rockefeller was very kind Scranton and seemed extremely ebullient about the in a statement issued in new York Rockefeller said he was glad that Scranton was joining the Battle to give our party a if the cause of moderate republicanism is going to prevail at Sari Francisco where the convention is to be there1 must be others who will also join in the responsibility of the new York governor he added i shall continue to fight for responsible Republican Princi Ples of in the main Stream of american thought and in the platform and us a candidate dedicated to moderate responsible Republic Fred the Republican state greeted Scranton announcement with its and the comment that it might enhance Rockefeller chances for the maybe he can help Young we have the same the chairman said Scranton decision would not change the plans of the new York gop to continue to Back Assembly speaker Joseph Carlino said he thought Scran by taking this is making a real contribution Toi the welfare of the republican1 party and this i Barry gains in vote tally Washington a Barry Goldwater Delegate to Tal for the Republican National convention is continuing to swell despite Pennsylvania Wil Liam Scranton entry into the contest for the party presidential the Arizona senator has 574 just 81 Short of the 655 needed to according to the associated press Survey of another 64 delegates were be ing chosen at Republican conventions today in new Idaho and Vir the a based on Pri Mary election instructions or state gives this first bal lot breakdown Barry Goldwater 574 Nelson Rockefeller 131 William Scranton 92 Henry Cabot Lodge 46 Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard Nixon 14 favorite sons 110 uncommitted 217 the Connecticut state gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates in its 16mem Ber Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he announced his students visit rap Havana a destruction the government is advocated by four negro students j among 73 americana visiting j Cuba in Defiance of state Dej apartment a statement denouncing the North american racist govern1 ment was issued by the it we realize the United states government is the big Gest farce in history and must be six others in the group which arrived Friday by Way of Are be i a 23yearold new de identified himself As the groups Leader and a com he distributed a statement de Claring we have different Rea sons for coming to but we Are United in our opposition to our governments efforts to prevent United states citizens from travelling to the Lour negroes identified themselves As Ernest a student at the University California at Berkeley Luke de student at Wayne state Charles los Angeles student at los Angeles City col lege arid Ron Louis architectural the 73 circumvented restrictions on cuban travel by obtaining passports to Europe flying to Paris and Prague be fore flying to Lemansky said members were Flora the United states and puerto the 49 men and 23 planned a two month stay in in the state department said Only that it Learned the group was in route to Cuba and notified embassies in Paris and but the word was too late for the embassies to reach the students and warn them of the consequences of a visit to officials a warm greeting was staged for the americans by representatives of the cuban foreign ministry and student communist Flowers were presented to every Lomansky told newsmen the trip was arranged by the Stu Dent committee travel to the organization sponsored a similar trip to Cuba last year by 59 american Stu he said the cuban federation of University students was paying the groups sex

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