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   Morning Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1961, Hagerstown, Maryland                                HERALD Forecast Meitly cloudy Wdnidiy tni pliunt high 4570 HAGERSTOWN MARYLAND WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1961 SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS Si Assails Korean Junta Arms Cutoff Gratluation June 5 PIII To Tnree Britain Makes Appeal As Talks Open In Geneva By TOM OCHILTREE GENEVA Foreign Secretary Lord Home called Tuesday night on the United States and Soviet Union to cease sup plying arms to warring groups in Laos His appeal made as an inter national conference on Laos open ed here was followed by an attack on US Vice President Lyndon Johnson by Chinese Communist Foreign Minister Chen Yi The Hcd Chinese delegate accused Johnson of plotling war in Soulh east Asia Lord Home proposed that an embargo on Ihe shipment of arms to Laos be policed by inlernation al inspectors He refrained from mentioning either the Americans or the Rus sians by name but stressed that one of the great needs in the Lao tian crisis was to shut off the flow of weapons to that jungle kingdom The United States has insisted that it shipped arms to the royal Laotian government to prevent that regime from being brought down by Communistled Pathet Lao rebels supported by North Viet Nam Lord Home Chen Yi and Prince Norodom Sihanouk Cambodian chief of stale all proposed the es tablishment of a neutral Laos as the delayed sessions got under way It remains for the confer ence lo determine the meaning of neutrality The conference which convened after four days of diplomatic dick ering heard Lord Home pro pose a fourpoint program aimed al bolstering Ihe economy of Laos and removing the landlocked Southeast Asian stale from the spheres of cither of the worlds Iwo power groupings AmTFrncn ol le Ann Ernst and Lee Ridenour and girls in the graduating have b e e n named student class to be represented on each lhat ltle driver of an automobile speakers for the Clear Spring commencement program one was at fault in lhc tilgh School COmmpnnpTrtpnf mnntViax it VOUfh on a hirvpln TI j bc chosen as student speaker The three students will speak in any year when Ihe three on Ihe evening of June 5 on he Late Spring Aids Pasture Land Locally To Speak cemen program one bchool commencement member of the opposite sex will BETTY ANN ERNST general topic Youth at the Crossroads Principal William Parkin an nounced that the Clear Spring L5NDA CAROL EAVEY student speakers are chosen on Farmers in this area are still unable lo catch up to schedule in land preparalinn but the effects of the cool and rainy lurtlS Ul Lveilts spring havent all been bad County Agent George Wood said yesterday thai he pastures in Ihis area are in extremeIiV good condition as a result of the same xveathcrthat has made farmers laic with thei corn plowing There is some danger thai lhe end of plowing will noi arrive until after hay culling time has begun Counly Agent Wood said Uial even where pastures are in Ihe best of condition farmers should be thinking about the pasture situation in the middle and later part of summerHe suggested planting sudan grass or pearl millet allowing about onethird of an acre for each cow in the herd Three plant ings at intervals will assure a constant supply of paslurage he said with the first planting to be done as soon as the land is ready Since these grasses are heavy lhe he automobile were preferred LEE RIDENOUR highest scholastic standings are turned in by three boys or three girls The commencement program will begin al 8 pm June 5 in lhe gymnasium of lhe Clear Spring High School The Rev J Wade Huffman pastor of St Pauls Evangelical and Re formed Church will pronounce Washington County Board of Education Claude 0 Merckle On Ihe preceding evening the gun salule baccalaureate service for the Woman JVof A story newspaper appearing in several days tins ago BJ may have given the impression youth on a bicycle The story said lhe car driven y Ann C Gregory Ml Tam many hil he boy as he was riding on S Polomac Actually he driver said Ihe boy ap iroached from the rear and hit No charges Goodwill Tour Opens In Canada By WILLIAM L RYAN OTTAWA APIPresident Ken nedy began a goodwill visit to Canada Tuesday wilh a call for neighborly efforts to build a peaceful world and a hemisphere of freedom and hone Welcoming the President as n Jonn Uiefenbakcr pledged Can President Gets Note From Two Chiefs May Meet Informally Early Next Month WASHINGTON AP President Kennedy received a personal message from Soviet Premier Khrushchev Tuesday amid maneuvering for a possible meeting be tween the two chiefs early next month Soviet Ambassador Mikhail A Uonshikov brought Khrushchevs otter lo Kennedy and remained at the While House for more than half an hour Although secrecy shrouded lie session informed sources said the Khrushchev fnessagc and the Kennedy Mcnshikov conversa tion did nothing lo hinder pos sibility of a gettogether between lht during Kennedys Khrushchev forthromin adas participation in a continued European trip search for answers lo ihe major Kennedy is interested in an in challenges of the times Ttie remarks of lhe two states men underscored the grave issues they will discuss including the problems of a Latin America agi tated by the impact of the Cuban revolutionduring the Presidents visit which ends Thursday morn ing 1 The Presidents big Boeing 707 said jet plane landed at the Royal Ca nadian Air Forces Uplands Sta formal meeting with the Kremlin leader Under his schedule a con venient time would be right afler the Presidents May 31 June 2 visit with French President Charles de Gaulle in Paris The likeliest site for a no agenda parley lasting a day or two would be Vienna informant Shortly after receiving Menshi kov Kennedy flew to Ottawa on formed Church will pronounce 07 vwv nt Mcw Ottawa on 0 hC ST of if inauguration Four 103mm cannon of the Royal Artillery thundered a 21 Iplane he President turned aside a reportersquestion as lo wheth Jauntily Ihe President cr he would see Khrushchev Vienna iicxl month walked Menshikov al his own request graduates will begin at 8 down the steps from the plane oclock in the auditorium The and smiling broadly thrust out nc s speaker will be the Rev Ry his hand to GovernorGeneral from Khrushchev was a rep to Kennedy Felt 22 letier to the Soviel leader mond Miller pastor of St George Vanier and then to Prime Peters Lutheran Church Minister Deifenbakcr The Presi whose topic will be The Condent was escorted to a redcarpetT l quest of Space The high ed area in the hangar for Hie wcll JjOCfl I lltlUP school choir will provide music coming ceremonies i v jw LEAVES CHURCH Gary Coopers daughter Maria led and widow Veronica leave lhe church of the Good Shep herd in Boverjy Hills yesterday afler attending a solemn re quiem high Mass for the late actor AP Wirepholo under the leadership of Jilrs Ruth Dixon IHII iJiAuii uw opciiaiuis jamming me spe Miss Eavey is the 17yearold stands burst out wilh sr if a Drolonppd phpor daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl F Eavey Big Pool She IE an academic course senior al Clear Spring High jj School During her senior year she has been editor of the year Commissioners Want I Jr College Expanded ne At Present Location The County Commissioners changed their collective minds a bit yesterday on the subject of lhe Hagerslown Junior Col lege They voted four to one lo ask school officials to limit their plans to expand the Junior Col lege to the present site next to South Hagerstown High School In general discussions up to now school officials have been talking in terms of starting a whole new institution on a site by itself separate from South recommended 500 pounds of 10 1010 fertilizer or its equivalent per acre mine has slopd firm Together we lave stood in war and now in his long twilight era lhal is nei her peace nor war we must land together even more firmly han before In Ihe effort to build a conti lent of economic growth and sol darity in an effort lo build a hemisphere of freedom and hope an effort to build an Atlantic ommunity of strength and unity if in an effort to mild a world of lasting peace and jem spcaiMTi are cnosen on flut hrougtout jt h UUIIHI manager timcs mam uccping basis of scholastic achieveCentnmd on P 12 Column 5 toric friendship of your nation and hl Tfr H n t M to pay final tribute mine hoc ciruvi sian cine ro an increase in TnpcHov t imnin urcs concerning a major Canada and the United Since these grasses are heavy High or any other school The nitrogen Users the county agenl counly Commissioners were Ike Sits In On Hopkins Trustee Meet BALTIMORE AP Former President Dwighl D Eisenhower sal in on an allday mceling Tues day at Johns Hopkins University His brother Dr Millon S Eisen hower is university president It was Gen Eisenhowers firsl visit lo lhe university since he was elected a trustee Jan 9 He and several other trustees met with the visiting committee for the school of medicine to review ac tivilws of the school thinking along these lines too when they last week told the Board of Education to asscm pansion of the Junior College However in the week that followed Iheir direclive the County Commissioners look a second look at the economics involved Yesterday they decid ed the Junior College should consider expanding on its pres ent sile The plan was suggested by Commissioner Charles Downey and was supported by Commis missioners Lem Kirk John Eas terday and George Tingle Commissioner Harry Snook voted against the plan slating again hat he feels any major expansion of the Junior College should be undertaken only after tiudiii ui cjuuufuiuik tu ue imueiitiKcll uiuy ajl1 ble exploratory plans and figa public vote has been taken Board Orders Final Plans New Court House Building To Be Started In November The Counly Cnmniissioncrslapproved by all affecled depart irwrrl a cirn flncfr f A VkilllHintf m him rip n it Pennant Parade moved a step closer to building a new Court House Annex yes lerday They ordered BakcrWibber ley Associales lo prepare working drawings for Ihe mil lion dollar project looking to ward starting construction work as soon after November first as possible The new building to be four American League 3 Nw York Dtfrolf 10 Baltimore Boiton I Clivtlind 7 Chicago S Mlnnaiota 4 Kinu dry i Lo Angtln 4 National League Clntlnnitl 4 Phlladilphli 1 Pittibursli 2 St 1 J Lei AqfftlM Ian Frarxliu 2 1 ment heads in lhe counly gov eminent after lengthy confer nces in recent months The State Legislature recently gave the Counly Commissioners authority to borrow up to for Ihe Court House project The County Commis sioners plan to float a bond nu coccn p ho stories high including the baseissue within a mailer of months achievement Emmy for ment will be built on the site Tenants in the Sherley Build on Son It Ck1 C inn f aKeiMHl of the Sherley Building on Sum mit Avenue next to the Court House In fad the new struc ture will be connected to the Court House and the Court House itself will be completely revamped inside The two buildings will be joined together by an enclosed stairwell Fred Moycr and Glenn Wat kins ot BakerWibberley met wilh the Counly Com missioners to review lhe final preliminary plans They said ing have until November first to move Glenn Watklns the archilcct for BakerWibberley said thi new building plus the recondil ioncd Court House should pro vide enough office space to iv i serve the counly at Icasl until lan Dropped the year 2000 Counly depart 14000 of which are available in As Kennedy rose lo speak the 500 spectators jamming the spe Actor Eulogized jStaff Expands Weeping Movie Stars Pay I H Kfillw Ir m tl m final Iribute To Cooper prolonged cheeiv Howard H Kelly Jr 703 Rose tides of foreign affairsjmont Avenue Frederick has ac and flow new nations ceptqd a position as claims rep empires vamshalli resenlatives with the Hagerstown 111 i irocuicltl VLS IVHH I 1C inces come and go the President Social Security office IIOLLTOOOD larg jest assembly of movie stars of t IIM dssunuiv ut movie district manager timcs manv work in the local office Mr Kelly is the son of Mr and incr a o n ncrcase in lo a nlan somc regarded as Ihe greatest star of ilatcs must be found and I am certain will he found standing vhere Ihey have always stoodto lether Jack Benny Wins Emmy HOLLYWOOD API Vcleran comedian Jack Benny Tuesday night won an Emmy from the Tel evision Academy for his outsland ng achievement in humor The Benny award was lhe first of a long serie ofstaluette pres entations at the 13th annual event but Bob Hope considered a strong favorite for the honor was Hope shouldered his disappoint ment in his usual gagging style A double winner was Leonard Bernstein chosen in the field of Philhar won in hc childrens programming cate gory Eleven hundred of TVs elite gathered at the Moulin Rouge for Ihe television gala and another group attended the festivities at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York A popular winner for best writ ng of a dramatic program was Rod Serling for The Twilight Zone which he frankly de scribed as kookie There were cheers also for the corps of wril ers collecting the best Cooper The tall softspoken hero of a Kindred films was accorded lhe respect and dignity in final rites lis family had asked A silrnl crowd of about 200 stood outside the Church of the MUUU omvui me uiurcn 01 me c Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills Ihe 10 am Mass Solemn Requiem Massftcfian hc hcarse tlrovc I1 pallbearers James Stewart in contrast to mob scenes Pallbearers James Stewart al a lund marked funerals of oilier niatmecJalk director Henry HathAlexander idols away producers William Goetze The eulogy by Bishop Timothv lerry and agent HOWARD H KELLY Jr Mrs Howard II Kelly Sr North Market Street Frederick He resides in Frederick wilh his wife and their two children Afler attending public schools in Frederick ami receiving an A B degree from the University ol Mr threeyear lour of duty irsl entered threequarters filled Hie roster of stars was unequaled for any con gregalion of recent greater than for the Academy awards and the funeral six months ago of Clark Gable great cr even liian lhat for the fimera of lhe popular Humphrey Bogart There was a host of directors producers movie executives Many of the mourners had workcc with Cooper over the years Chang Says Army Rule Complete Junta Promises Return Of Govt To Elected Regime By K C HWANG SEOUL South Korea AP Lt Gen Chang Do youngs military junta frowned on by American of ficials here claimed full control of the South Korean government and country side Wednesday Gen Chang 38 army chief of staff said his coup is intended lo wipe out political corruption and incompetence and rebuild South Korea He pledged lhe leaders will drop affairs of state when those aims are attained When Ihe revolutionary objec Itives can be realized Gen Chang told Ihis Americansupport ed nation of 23 million by radio we will without delay turn back power and return to our normal military duties This t make clear The junta professedly pro imerican and lad made swift progress in taking ver the reins after sending tanks infantry parachute troops and marines against the elected re ime of PremierJohn H Chang n Seoul before dawn Tuesday It seized government buildings proclaimed martial law ordered lissolution of the National Assem bly and local legislatures forbade even social gatherings and estab lished a 7 pm5 am curfew Premier Chang disappeared Expressions of support for the Chang government from the UN Command and US authorities in Seoul apparently were ignored by he rebels These remarks were voiced hy Gen Carter B MaTrader com mander ot UN and US forces in orea and he US charge dal aircs Marshall Green Magruder said he expected the irmed forces chiefs who are un der his operational command as arl of the UN force guarding South Korea again Communist aggression to use their authority and influence to see that control is immediately turned back to the awful government authorities and that order is restored in the armed forces County Board Of Education Holds Meet A reorganization meeting of the Washington County Board of Education was held yesterday at a luncheonmeeting at Hotel The eulogy Viy Bishop Timothy Manning auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles said of Coopers un rivaled 35year career He wasl unparalleled in the perfection of his art Then it praised him as i family man and a man of God Cooper who died Saturday at age fiO of cancer was beloved in Hollywood as a gentleman and a true friend and the turnout re ilecled it Although the Maseat California missionstyle church on busy San Fcldmanborc Ihe ma hogany casket up the steps It was wheeled down the aisle s Ihe voices of the Mitchell Boys Choir filled the church Following side by side came Coopers widow Veronica and is daughter Maria 2 Both ore black suits and pillbox hats Both stared forward wilh com posed faces Behind them came Coopers mother 87 his brother Monica Boulevard was only bers Arthur and other family mem 42 Eligible GOP Mayor To Graduate jln Annapolis A class of 42 seniors are eligi ANNAPOLIS ble to receive diplomas at Joseph H Griscom Sr Tuesday ui m mi Smilhsburg High School whose scored a smashing victory over lam M Brish will again serve Maryland in February 1955 he commienccmenl exercises willJDemocratic Alderman Robert H be held on lhc evening of JimejCanipbell to become mayor of An open to all college seniors Conductor Bernsteins second Emmy of the evening was for his program celebrating Aaron Cop pies Concert Kranklin H Miller Washington County Board Education member One member of the board was honored because of his retire ment and a new member of the board was greeted Officers of the board were also elected Herman Stockslagcr whose sixyear term ended May 1 and Mrs Stockslager were honored by the board Dr David R Brewer board president other board members and members of the staff expressed Iheir ap preciation for Stockslagers ser vices during his term in office The board then welcomed their new member Claude 0 Merckle of Hagerstown who was recently appointed by Gov Tawcs An election of officers result ed in reelection of Dr Brewer as president for his fourth year and reelection of Franklin R Miller as vice president Super intendent of Schools Dr Wil liam M Brish will again serve as secretarytreasurer of Ihe napolis for the next four years Other members of the board the The with the Social Security Adminis tration in theWashington D C training center last January after passing llic civil service entrance llalt lllc alallcnmcourse examination the examination is j thp commercial course tn oil Knllnrfn rnn n pressent the diplomas 1 We are 12 students eligible to Ic Brief Warm Spell Ends Quite Fast The brief warm spell ended yesterday in a hurry D Paul Oswald reported that u raul rcpor ca mat lands birthday on Young Peoihe 9 prn reading of 59 at nta or wcacr saon was 13 degrees lower Irian the 9 pm temperature Monday The high for the day was 79 me year iuvu Bounty ocparr to J T ments currently use 22000 WASHINGTON APJ Senatejand the mornings low was 61 square feet of office space emjcatlc waters late Tuesday The early morning showi Ihe present Court House The mcl Trch schools lhc new Court House offices will hlll lo try lo provide such aid inji later produced Ihreetcnlhs of an inch of rain al Bridgeport This brings lhe May rainfall to 171 inches compared wilh a normal 496 inches for the entire month nc 69yearold former Anne are Mrs Jack H Beachtoy ofjAnindcl County sheriff and trcas compiled a vote margin of 1 and 20 in lhe general course Prospective graduates at Smilhsburg High School arc Academic James Vernon Bis sell Donald Lewis Carpenter William Daniel Clifford Frank Owen Moore Jr Donald Lee ONeal Terry Lynn Sheiss Robert Brian Stoops John Ken neth S w e e n e Carol Anne Bloom Linda Carole Bushey Cheryl Diane Decker Frances Jane Martin Commercial Carolyn Burgesscr Lcda May Jean iinn Sherry Darlene Kalhryn Irene Kendall Rorcne June Kline Nancy May Mana han Carolyn Ann Hoss Arlenc Jane Schildt Winifred Drucilla Smith Harriet Ann Toms General David Kdwarri Bark Conlinutd on Pagt 12 Column 5 in lolinR a sllnsinE who had strongly backed Camp Griscom took all but one ot lhe citys eight wards in rolling up 4731 volcs lo 2595 for Campbell a colorful 41yearold auctioneer who had served three fouryear terms on the Board of Aldermen Griscoms only loss was in Campbells home Firsl Ward which the alderman won 360 to 230 Approximately 50 per cent of the citys 11722 registered volcrs lurned out for the election which largely was a personality contest Griscoms margin practically re versed the 21 registration bulge held by Democrats j Claude 0 Merckle the now member Mrs Margaret M Rohrcr andClyde B Thomas Dr Brish presided at the rc jrganization meeting Edwin H Hitler was reappointed as at torney to the board Besides routine business loard members studied teacher ialary data which would later ie presented to the County Com nissioners for consideration This data includes some teacher salary increases in accordance with recent legislation Oil Inside Pages FOGGIA llaly iAP Three airmen were killed in lhc collision Tuesday of two jcl planes of the Italian air force i Bridge Crossword Daily Investor AbSy Drtw Purson Editoriili Columnists Ed Kotrbi 1dio Prosrjmi Sports TriStdtt Ntwi Womtni Ntwi 4 9 12 4 9 II II i 5 1M415   

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