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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Wellsville, New York If Tir we Seville daily new York May 1943 China report 1 finds China quiet editors note Richard Lister is 48 year old British write who has just come out of red China following a three week British travel Agency herds his inside report on his first impressions of a country Long barred to first of a by Richard Lister peking Miles from London to red in 24 hours you Are Here if you have to spend for a three weeks the chinese accept it works out at about 14 cents a breakfast in lunch in where most of the four hour Stop is spent filling in innumerable Green forms demanded by rampant one wonders if they Are really the russians and the who makes this journey delegations of workers and Trade unionists from the communist politicians and technical and now the first tiny trickle of we Are Tours to and More organized tour the Agency in London saw to individual tourists can make with a but the Chi Nese prefer even their tourists to look like a this group includes a sex member of the House of com Mons who has written books on famous trials a drama critic of a London sunday newspaper a Farmer baronet from the North of England a retired industrialist and his and several ener Getic old ladies in search of some thing of More interest than a on Landing Tea was Tea is served everywhere in at All our delegation gets taken Over by with our guide and an inter Preter we strike out the next morning for the Imperial place the forbidden City of Imperial then to the great Hall of the people which is the red chinese were under not because were cloak and Dagger types at All but because the Chi Nese want to be sure we dont be come through All this the chinese show us what they choose to show and its their Best foot yet they cannot conceal Many dilapidated dwellings and the primitive agricultural methods which Call for Bac Brcak ing human labor for Lack of a by the time we were swinging Back toward it was impossible though to avoid concluding that the people All seemed to be the same Content nobody begged nobody no one looked hungry and if Here and there a citizen was wearing Little better than the rags were carefully stitched and darned and certainly there is government and party yet the discipline among the people seemed deeper than All More dignified and above All coolly none of us in our delegation Felt we possessed this Chi Nese the three week tour ended Back in peking timed exactly for the May Day presiding Over the festivities were five portraits exhibited everywhere in huge dimension Mao tzo in solitary spleen and facing him in Lenin and in All the China we there was not one single portrait of Elk Ita next red China Shongo news notes John Basilan Telephone and Raymond n e a 1 were in Clifton Springs recently visiting his miss Frances and Farnum Graves entertained the following at a re cent dinner at their Home Carrie and Ros Coc Graves and children of pen and Lucille Schun of miss Nancy Neal was a recent visitor of her aunt and and Charles a tipple of and Max Baldwin were in Dansville recently decorating Graves at the Thomas House and Daugh Ter of Are visiting Ada House while her Hus Thomas is in Ohio for three weeks taking a refresher course in forestry and Conser and Clifford Graves and family of West Clarks Lluc and and Leo Robbins of Ai Len town were recent guests of Tho Mas Riley and Farnum Graves entertained 10 members of Yorks Community club tuesday for their monthly meeting and the june meeting will be at the Community Hall with Donald Wil son As and Ted ebrling and family of Wellsville and and Raymond Hilligas and fam ily of Yorks Corners were dinner guests of their Luna Lampe Augusta Edith Velma Ruth evanic line and Inez All of were guests of Leo Galutia one Day Carrie re Csc has returned to her Home after spending a week with her daughter and Hus and William Hess in and Howard Graham and family of Ellisburg and and David Cook and Daugh Ter of Wellsville spent a recent Day with their and Morton and Lewis Mccaw and children were recent guests of her and John and Rolland Perry and Sharon spent tuesday night with perrys and Fred Peters in Sharon expects to enter the Crouse 1rving school of Nurs ing in Syracuse in Andover news notes Frank if olmec Telephone 3283 Grace Burger left thursday to spend last weekend with her sister inlaw and and Ben Johnson of and i Issel Berger son and Mot Ord to and George and his miss Venn Steph accompanied them Back to Ruth Dunham of was a recent guest at the Homo of her son and and Dunham of Dyke and spent the past week with her daughter and and Duane slab bins of har Rison she plans t re turn to Andover to the Home of her and and John Howland and visit other relatives and Gaylord Norris returned to her Home on Dyke recently Fol lowing a months motor trip to the Western and Charles Rogers of selo were recent guests at the Home of their daughter and fam and Herald Ford of main miss Freda Kupp of Rochester spent a Day recently with her to allow third of the Andover Greenwood and William Lang and her Nettie returned to their Home on Dyke tuesday following a Winter spent at Pinellas Stanley Mace of Hornell wins a Culler of her Den miss Mclinda maker spent n re cent weekend with her jul at Cornell University for Spring weekend she was accompanied Home by her Sis Ter and Richard or Basil Brundage and and Leslie Brundage and family of spent a recent Day with their to Grace Brundage of Maple among the recent callers at the Home of and George Mcandrew were and Edward Dougherty of Chc Storland and Francis Mcandrew of and Mcandrew arc Leav ing the last of this month to make their Home in Palo where Mcandrew has accepted a position with the Lockheed aircraft Niles Sherman accompanied her Fred Camp Bell of grand and attended the funeral services held for their a sync at rubbish firt Cousis extensive damages flames from a rubbish fire spread to Hie truck service station of scars sunday and caused an estimated loss to the because of the danger from dle Sel Oil and propane Gas stored at the three fire alarms were sounded Ami extra fire companies were to the there was no firemen said the rubbish fire started about 80 feel from the two Story wooden station and Strong winds spread the sunday school class escapes from flames a wrecked the Emmanuel Baptist Church but 15 children attending a sunday school class escaped no one was reported some of live children wore carried from the three Story Brick build others fled without in the class were five of the seven children of the and Vincent who lived on the second floor of Hie build fire chief Carl Luther said the fire apparently was started by on explosion of a a Crostic Heater at the rear of the first there was no estimate of the Scio Bey in Hospital following farm mishap Scio a local youth was admitted to memorial Hospi Tal sunday afternoon after being dragged Over a Bank by a Heifer he was leading to David son of and Leo Preston of knights Creek was reported in Good condition his lie is be ing treated for injuries to his neck and the mishap occurred about 4 on the nearby farm of Paul founder is felled Nyji lafitt attack Charles chair Man of the Board and former president of healer tool and Model works died sunday of a heart attack in he was Brebeck was Croutc from his Winter Home in Clearw Atefi to his summer Home if old he formerly lived the established in manufactures motors for Model Friendship trustees accept Bitumen bid meeting in Spe civil session saturday the Village Board accepted a Lone re surfacing material bid submitted by Allegany Bitumen of the hid for had been tabled in the week to permit trustees to Confer with Highway superintendent Bruce a gravel Binder with Limestone Topping will be Laid on water completing work begun last specifications Call for completion by june Forest fire Boss Dies unexpectedly clerk in Assembly fatally stricken a John clerk to Assembly minority Leader Anthony trav la a former assemblyman died sunday in Peters Hospital after a Long he was my Region Hod been associated with the legislature for 45 years starting out As a and was one of the oldest employees in Point of he was known As Cap to politicians and o Iii Knamm that come from his rank of cop loin in world War my Trigon was o democratic assemblyman from Albany county in 1921 and Rill promoted Only last month to superintendent of the Bureau of Forest fire control in the state conservation depart died unexpectedly sunday in Herkimer memorial he Wos who lived had been with the conservation department since serving As a District Ranger and later As a senior he Wos o lieutenant colonel in the air Force Reserve and was commander of live 8304th air Force Reserve recovery group in was Geisha Japan a of Liki the Beautiful Geisha who married a Nephew of Ameri can multimillionaire mor Gan in died sunday of con her George Dennison died in Paris in leaving her Royal neighbors the meeting tonight of Royal neighbors of Camp to it has been refreshments will be under direction of Margaret John Mir Iii Pilch and Cloro Riverside aviaries Bird foods again Avail Nolc it coals drug 21 main phone 353 get a Safe Start for summer driving come in now Tor a to 7 lubrication Bergerson Sunico 91 main phone 1256 its Tolme for tour favorite Sake of the year a most delightful feels luxuriously Cool and fresh As a fluff of powder next to the which is Why so Many who insist on Pechilo panties All year dream of missing these special limited time your favorite Brief regularly each now 3 for Only sizes 4 to in Dawn Pink or Star size regularly each Are now 3 for Here Are Good reasons Why it pays to buy from our advertisers 1 you save time shopping the Many merchants ads before compiling your list for Yog save keeping informed on the lowest Market prices and in these changing this is most you identify yourself As a progressive citizen by patronizing Wellsville whose business makes it possible for Wellsville to you Are assured better Quality because you Are doing business with established firms who advertise to increase their you Benefit from a greater selection of ver Tising merchants As a Rule Are better stocked with clean Wellsville daily reporter the name that stands for guaranteed Quality guard against Vitamin deficiency in the bottle faulty Lack of proper controls and other causes can Rob vitamins of from 20 to Over of their Potency be be sure with by Vigran yours when you 3 months Supply the regular Price of u a Micson Pont bargain with your ask for prescription Quality Vigran made under the rigid Quality controls of Squibb qty it from the Man your doctor your for treatment of deficiencies of the essential vitamins for 100 capsules Squibb As p b Rin for fast Relief of headache no finer aspirin at any Price Economy size b9ttue of 98c Squibb aspirin available in pints or quart Halls drug St main Street phone will Villa

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