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October 7, 1955

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4 THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse, N. Y., Fitday, October 7, 1955 n H ALBANY, Oct. 6. Wl--New York Democrats were trooping into this capital city tonight for a giant, pre-campaign, blackboard drill and pep talks by a squad headed by former President Harry S. Truman. About 2,000 candidates for local offices together with Democratic bigwigs, their thoughts Award Presented To Handicapped 1JKW YORK, Oct. 6 t/B--Gov. Averell Harriman opened "employ the physically handicapped 1 ; week today by presenting an award to a Bronx man who fought, his way from crippling arthritis to a new job. The award, offered by the anhritis and rheumatism foundation, went to David S toller. 40. Stoller, stricken with acute rh lumatoid arthritis in 1953, had to give up his work as a window trimmer. But after 18 months of physical Guard Against Attack from IRA the British milita y barracks at Arborfield earlier his year. KILLED BY TRAIN PAWLING, Oct. . 6 W--Mrs. in S. a heav y rainstorm. train at' 1 a .dirt-roai crossing dur- LONDON", Oct. 6 W» -Yard today put extra guards on government buildings as a precaution against any attack by the outlawed Irish Republican Army. A British court yesterday sentenced three IRA men to life imprisonment for an arms raid on; Scotland Yard -/as reported to] Irene "Seelyi 28, a Pawling house- be seeking at least fiveor'six bttier|wlfe was killed today when her car was hit by a New York Central Albany-to-New York freight 'in the raid and, while they ai s at liberty, reprisals against the sentencing of 0 their comrades ar : feared. sweeping past next "month's elec- thorapy, he learned a new trade; tion. to the 1956 presidential cam-i as office manager and obtained a paign, are expected to attend the!j 0 ], as an assistant production big one-day "conference of candi- mnna gcr through the 'founds- dates" tomorrow. The gathering will be the .first of its kind for New York Democrats. Truman is scheduled to arrive here about noon, lunch with Gov. magcr through tic.-n's back-to-work program. Harriman. said three state departments--Health, education and labor--were working together to place handicapped persons in Harriman, greet Democratic leaders and state officials and address | the candidates late in the after- 1 noon. ! Although the rally has been 1 billed as warm-up for this year's local elections, observers arc watching for any indication that Truman might throw his substantial political weight behind New York's governor in a campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. Visit Said Tersonal Harriman.has called the former president's visit a personal one. Truman and Mrs. Truman plan Lo spend tomorrow night at the executive mansion, then go to New York City Saturday. Like the visit o£ Adlai E.-Stevenson to Albany earlier this year, however, the former president's expected arrival launched endless speculation that the "main subject in private conversation between Harriman and his guest would be the identity ot next year's Democratic standard bearer. The conference will be held in the big Washington avenue armory. It is scheduled to set going! Hi 10:30 a.m. with talks by Lt.' Gov. George B. DeLuca, Mayor Erastus Corning of Albany, Mary Louise Nice, vice-chairman, of the Democratic S t a t e Committee, State Comptroller Arthur Levitt and Pren'dcrgast. OrpP Prophesy Assailed T h e ' f i n a l session is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. It will feature speeches by Truman, Harriman. DcScipio, Mayor Robert Wagner of New York City and Mayor Stephen Pankow of Buffalo. In a statement issued tonight, Prendorgast asserted that the Republican Parly must be held accountable to the people of the state for what he termc-H "its 57- miUion-doUar lie on state aid to education." The chairman said he was re- ferrins to a Republican contention, -during the 105-1 slate campaign, that if the Democrats were elected, state school aid to upstate localities would be cut by 28 million dollars. PrcndcrgasL called attention to a report prepared for the confer- once by State Comptroller Arthur Levitt showing that aid to upstate communities had been increased this year by a total o£ 29 million dollars over last year. state and private jobs. QUICK PRODUCT ALWAYS DELICIOUS FAIRBAN* FARMS DA! R Y I in ^vith the ^ The American .prickly pear took over 30 million acres in Australia before xi imported pest controlled it. 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