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Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1957, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania THI NEWS HUNTINGDON AHB MOUNT UNION SATURDAY MAY 1957 Tom Courtney Is Star Of Coliseum Relays Los Angeles May con tent with the four world marks smashed Friday night at the Coli seum relays the cream of Amer icas tougjiest track w o meets in 24 launched another assault on the record book Fordhams Tom Courtney now in the Army was the individual of Friday nights recordbust ing spree as he carved out a new world 880yard mark of in duel with his chief competitor Arnie Sowell That battle will be resumed this afternoon at the Mo desto Relays at Modesto Calif University of Texas sprint jelay kings proved their recent asyetunrecognized world marks in the 440 and 880 relays were no flukes by again slashing the existing records in those events They turned in brilliant sprints for a total in the 880reIay against the recog rnized world mark of flat But it was r shade behind their own pending mark of The that cracked the 440yard relay world mark for Texas posting a 40 flat time against the recognized figure of was the same sprint four some as the Texas 880 team with the exception of the leadoff rur ner The Texans already have a mark of out the new world champions wasan awesome four some from Occidental a small college in the Los Angeles suburb of Eagle Rock The teanv clipped nearly four and a half seconds off the old mark in the twomile relay So fast was the twomile pace E BRTJNNER cotnpony that the second and third place teams UCLA and Southern Cali fornia also cracked the old record of held by Fordham since 1954 Oxys team made k in Seven other records ail Coli seum and fell be fore the onslaught on the record book put on before fans in Memorial Coliseum Todays Sports Parade By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports Writer New York May upon a time there was a team named the York Yankees which won three American League pennants in a row and then finished sec ond One month after that miserable collapse the stock market crashed and people started taking swan dives from open windows It is to be doubted even now some 28 years later that there was any connection whatsoever This brave stand is taken de spite a current mood in Manhat tan that the day of judgment is just around the corner of 161st St At that site is located a once bright grassy plot surrounded by concrete known as the house that Ruth built And the gloom there today is thicker than Turkish cof fee The Yankees are back in third place Before you rush out to sell your stocks or start practicing on a trampoline let me advise you that in one mans opinion this is only a temporary situation and come October it will be more different than spats with sports shoes The difficulty seems to have to do with outside interests Name FAGE To Become Nurse this is unsatisfactory because H gives the Russians too many im portant American area to check while giving inspectors rash er minor ones to check in Russia The United States has been thinking about trying to get agree ment on a test inspection area in Siberia Alaska Canada and other Arctic reaches But officials have been secretive on whether or not they have finally agreed on this or any other zone in the free world to offer for Russian inspec tion The United States is known to be ready to give up a small slice of its big weapons with nuclear capabilities under a disarmament agreement if Russia would do like wise The weapons would be put in the custody of international in spectors JUDITH ANN SPECK Judith Ann Speck a member of the class of 1957 at Hunting don High School will enter the Altoona Hospital School of Nursing on June 9 Miss Speck is a daughter of Mrs Phyllis G Speck of 231 Mifflin Street Huntingdon and the late Glenn M Specie IKE CALLS IN TOP Continued From First Page tional security matters Follows Friday Session Most of these officials sat in on a threeandonehalf hour meeting at the State Department Friday afternoon to hash over the disar mament problem Vice President Richard M Nixon also attended Fridays session1 No details were divulged afterwards One of the big problems facing the United States is finding an agreed position on areas for testing out Eisenhowers open skies aerial inspection plan The Russians put forward a proposal accepting the plan on a partial basis and now are waiting for a reply Under the Soviet proposal ly the Sox TesU the Sowet proposal monials soft drinks bowling aiAmencan mspectors would be pernew u S disarmament policy leys the Detroit Tigers television nutjfd to fly Slbenaa that presidential disarmament shows magazine writing the Western Russia and adviser Harold Stassen will take Cleveland Indians scotch and most of In return Soviet with him back to London where soda motels shoe stores haminspectors would be permitted to it will be presented to the Rus burger stands and night clubs over Alaska and the entire sians next week On top of which and because western half of the United States ttta i Deemed Unsatisfactory Bf ooty onecontinuous pcKcy at members keep the same eat mf cocopao two bandroh of Ibou of dottare yearly These savings paocd on to you m ihe form of tew auto mmrance rates See me to day and sort saving np to 4O OKT of onSoam awo imrancc I Huntingdon L of which the immortal Yankees are playing baseball like the row dies of Larry MacPhaiTs late la mented Flatbush bolstered by players obtained on waivers from the Milwaukee Braves of Jackie Robinson fame 1 So all of a sudden the fellows I in the crisp gray pinstripes have feet of clay And the rest of the P6LIC1ES I league starts treating them as if Tr J j they are ordinary mortals Aj 11 Meanwhile this worry com 1 pounded with the burden of out side business makes the Yankees coconspirators In fielders start playing like Babe Herman on a bad day Outfield ers make like AJphonse and Gas ton or GorgeousGeorge and Antonio Rocca Suddenly they Cant win for losing So theyre la third place and the local populace acts as if the Supreme Court was caught play ing bingo in chambers But it would be nice if the fans and sobbing Casey Stengel re membered that they have won the pennant in seven of the last eight years there are other ball play ers trying to feather their nest and other teams have a right to dream of sharing that World Ser ies loot 1 like the Yankees But to the I others I say Go go go LLOYD E BRUNNER 111 5 Washington St Phone 15691 EVERY SATURDAY MIGHT at the Huntingdon Counly Fairground Speedway Sponsored by Juniata Valley Racing Assn ADULTS 75c CHILDREN SOc DAVE BECK GIVEN Continued From First Page ly by representatives of Teamsters the Bay Area Joint Council declared Backs intoler able position has adversely affect ed the Teamsters and called on the union chief to quit his position immediately If Beck refuses to step aside voluntarily the council said the unions national Executive Board should be convened to remove him from office The resolution was approved in a 15minute session of the council and was the first such action against Beck taken by any of he unions joint councils IKE AND ADENAUER TO CONFER AT FARM Tyrone Baccalaureate Service Set For Sunday The baccalaureate sermon to the 1957 graduates of Tyrone High School will be delivered Sunday afternoon May 26 at 3 in the First Presbyter ian Church at Tyrone by the Herbert Harrison minister of the First Methodist Church Olean New York Todays Keys for Tomorrows Doors will be the s e rm o n theme of the baccalaureate speaker who for the past seven years has occupied one of the strongest pulpits of his denomi nation in the southern tier sec tion of New York State Strate gically located in the city the church enjoys a large number of visitors each Sunday m addition to a growing congregation The effectiveness of the pas toral and pulpit ministry has been further enhanced by the introduction of regular monthly broadcasts of the services direct REV HERBERT HARRISON from the sanctuary in down town Olean al airborne parsons Pilot James Ruscoe and stewardess Dianne Durham of Flushing re ceived head and rib injuries when thrown about the cabin of a char tered C46 plane buffeted by a twister between Amarilto and Tucumcari The plane carrying 39 soldiers had just skirted one tornado when it ran into the edge of another None of the soldiers were injured Thirty homes were destroyed at Oiton in the South Plains coun try of Texas below the Panhan dle Fifteen homes suffered major damage and 10 others minor dam age Ten persons were hurt at 01 ton SIMPSON Continued From First Page Washington May 25 dent Eisenhower will brief Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer on the administrations first step dis armament proposals when the two leaders begin toplevel talks at the Presidents Gettysburg farm Sunday informed sources said The National Security Council top poiicyjnaking body of the government is hammering out a new U S disarmament policy 1XJi jiiuic mail iiiLcicbi in uie promotion otjiKe icna Kep Samuel K Me ten years he was invited by understanding and brotherhoodJConnell RPa he was ir nine consecutive graduating has resulted in thipp invitations rm n i Subscribe for The Dally News Ine United States has indicated Five cents per copy New Jersey Mr Harrison active part in Kilmers Grandchild Is Winner Of Poetry Prize By JAMES BAAR United Press Staff Correspondent her famous grandfathers poetry when she was 12 Kilmer was it 0111 w ao JYllllltrl Wao Washington May 25 Poet killed 34 years before fighting in Joyce Kilmers 17yearold grandFrance during World War 1 daughter today pocketed a She said Kilmers Easter poetry prize and went back to cutdecidedly not Trees was her r favorite among his poems I like Trees but I have heard it fairly she said Miss Kilmer said she planned to be a research biologist when she is graduated from college and keep poetry as a side In different ways I like cutting up frogs just as much as writing she said And after biology pays ting up frogs The young Kil mer of Vienna Catholic Universitys annual OHagan Award for the best unpublished poetry written by a freshman She is a freshman biology major at the university One of the prizewinning poems by the granddaughter of the au thor of Trees is about her five yearold sister The Young Miriam drew me a picture the other day Four bright amorphous fairies in red and green Were painting snowflakes to give to the fairy queen They never melted because they were made that Miss Kilmer said she had been writing poetry since she was five She recited in a quiet sophisti cated voice her first poem The little boy down the lane is now ashamed he broke the win dow pane His mother said now you go sit Down and rest a bit The little boy was very bad And much inclined to Miss Kilmer said she first read YOUR I Q A FOODL1NER Huntingdon E Perm St Open Tonight Until And Every Night Until P ML Except Sunday Mr Harrison comes to the Ty rone graduates with a lifetime of activity and experience in the educational and youth work of his denomination and in the community where he has served In addition to servingin the post of secretary of the Confer ence Board of Education for some five years he served for Ohio twelve years on the faculty of a high school institute of some 350 youngpeople writing and preparing special materials for his classes During this long as sociation with high school conducted several preaching both as guest preach er and as instructor in evange listic techniques He also serves on the Conference Board of Mis sions with special concern for the Committee on Urban Chuiches having attended the recent nationwide conference on that snbject held n Columbus hio The speaker is active in a multitude of good causes in his community He is past president of the Olean Rotary Club hav ing been sent by his Rotary as sociates to represent the club ni JllftJl o X 11 U U 1 i u LIJC WiUU 3routh he was invited by his tne Golden Anniversary cele leagues to accept the office in Chicago s4 AQ M I rtV t fillS TT institute dean which he for four years He was one of six pioneer Mebhodist ministers to bring the summer caravan movement in to the northern p a r t of his native state In one community where he pastored for more than filled He is a member of the Cham statcs to aid in school construc tion This is the bill that has re ceived the stamp approval from President Dwight D Eis enhower Congressman Simpson was in vited to the session last evening but was unabUto attend His position was outlined in several instances by educators present who had consulted him on the question Giddings arid McLin urged the educators to join together and convince Simpson that people in this area are in favor of this legislation Much of the attention last eve ning was placed on how to de feat the Powell Amendment which last year killed the school construction bill The amend ment would limit the alloca tion of aid for school buildings to slates with integrated schools Southern opposition to this amendment is to the bill When the Powell amendment was voted on last yar Rep ber of Commerce and chairman Simpson did not vote of the board of directors of the It was pointed cut that Salvation Army He speaks frequently in behalf of the Com munity Chest civic music and other worthwhile projects His 325 million called for in 15 already allocated in the presi dents budget for this year At a conference Thursday L 1U1 111 til II interest in the promotion of Ike told Rep Samuel K Mc graduating classes of the same high school to deliver their baccalaureate sermons Again this year he will speak before graduating classes in Pennsylvania Netiv York and has resulted in three invitations from the local Bnai Brith or ganization of the Jewish Temple to deliver the address in the Temple during Brotherhood Week Bom in Brooklyn he was ni yii utr vva2 nas taken an educated for the ministry in the O Ufti T i favor of the school bill in the present form Giddings noted thst Simpsons opposition stems largely from the theory of Pcnifylvania be ing a rich state will pay out more in taxes than she will get back in federa sid and his euca e mnsry in the ac n eera sid and his of New York Cazenovia present position as one of the vleadin econ in the establishment of the Lit tle League Baseball organiza tion in Olean and at present serves as Commissioner of Lit tle League Baseball in his city hobby i baseball and he Is vicepresident of the Olean Qilers a member of the New YorkPennsylvania Professional Baseball Some time since the bacca laureate speaker was invited by the Board of Evangelism of the Methodist Church to participate in the Florida statewide evan gelistic campaign Ministers from all over the United States were invited to promote this event Duringhis quarter of a century in the ministry he hag University the Methodist School of Theology He is president of the Olean Ministerial Association and was honored by his Confer ence a few years ago by being made delegate to the jurisdic tional Conference of the Meth odist Church 200 Homes leading economizers in Con gress Gidriings also accused Simpson of forgetting his alli ance with the Republican party and the education plark in tha party platform The educators went on record last evrjting as favoring the Hit 1 bill caning for federal aid for school construction Thirtyfiva were present and only one cast a negative vote Thomas Smith Franklin superintendent of was placed in charge of a com mittee of the superintendents of the fhird and fourth class school districts there are 13 n the ISth Congressional District to pre sent thfir case to Simpson in addition Stoudt and other mem hers at the session called for in dividual contact with Simpson included in the representa tives at the meeting were iUom as W Smith Franklin County superintendent James K Cib boney Franklin County as sistant superintendent Harold C Welsh Fulton Counly super intendent Marlm Shearer Mo ConnMlsbur Public Schools supervising principal W Clay jBurkholder Mifflin County superintendent Ralph E Bar nett Somerset Counly assistant superintendent W Earl Thorn I as Union County superinten dent Thomas M Musser Union County assistant superintendent Orren R Wagner Mifflin Coun ty assistant superintendent Morain Little district superin tendent at Waynesbovo Frank Magill Huntingdon County sup erintendent Donald A Miller Huntingdon County director oi special education W Edgar Avtman lupwvisinjr principal Juniata Valley Joint Schools John D Jack supervising prin cipal of Captain Jack Joint High School Donald Lynch sup ervising principal Souchern Huntingdon County schools and J A Meloy principal of the AI farata Elementary School jn iHuntingdon Snyder and Bedford Counties had no representative it the meeting x Pastrick Is Acquitted Pittsburgh May 25 C Pastrick former Harrison Township tax collector was ac quitted by a Criminal Court jury Friday night of charges ha embezzled in school tax funds but he was held responsibia for the moneys loss The jury of four men and eight women found Pastrick guilty of default in payment of monies col lected by his office and failure to pay over such monies on demand Continued From First Paga ber that has swept across the Southwest this week More than 50 persons were reported killed in an earlier siege on Monday and Tuesday Planes In Jeopardy Fridays injured included sever MEMORIAL FLOWERS Cemetery Vases or Baskets We have inexpensive metal baskets and vases which can be filled with cut flowers at a price suitable to you Stop In Or Phone Your Order In Nowl WOODRINGS FLORAL GARDENS Corner Eighth Washington Sts Phone 1141 Leading Service Somethingdifferent in Gospel presentation will be featured in the aim Creek Community Hall beginningMonday May 27 and continuing till June 9 These services will held nightly at They are sponsored by the Creek Bible Fellowship The features a black lite chalk artist and a misician who whistles and plays the piano ac cordion and musical bells Miss Joyce Kaufmann the artist is from Port Huron Michigan and is a graduate of the Bob Jones University Miss Arlene Wilking the musician is a graduate of Practical Bible School and is from MannSburg Pa This is their appearance in Mill Creek they at tracted large crowds and received unusual praise for their attrac programs Advt GRAND OPENING STOCK CAR RACING WEDNESDAY MAY at the Davis Lane Speedway HUSTONTOWN PA K i Adults Opening Night 85c Children under 12 admitted FREE NOW NEW LOW LOW PRICES VINYl ItArHER FABRIC ACCORDION FOLDING DOORS Complefe ivifh ScallopedViteoce 6 ton WIDTHS TWO AV50 AVAtlASU PRICE up lo 36 wide x JO long vp to wide x 96 long JPECIAl GREY BEIGE WHITE HIAVY CAUGC MATTE HNISH VINYll INDIVIDUAL WILDID PANELS 2SIDID SCALLOPED VAtANCI TOPI NYLON SAFETY CARRURSI ADDITIONAL FEATURED Hwvy Gouge Track rigKi or left AH tupplied tnilalltd in Can pointed any color MAIl AND PHONE Wolf Qubnitufo 7th Mifflin Sts Huntingdon Phone 1008
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