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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania Nikifo Choose Your 1 Tiddlywinks and Peace Union Aide Convicted In Labor Bribe By TOM A CULLEN NEA Stiff r Jgn Ministers haggling in neva over stich issuead Berlin and Germanybut Rev Ed gar A WilJis has a simpler sug gestion tot easing East West tension Let Nfkltt Khrushchev take tip tiddlywinks the Rev Willis a retired An gelican clergyman has been play ing the game for 50 years and feels it is the perfect sport It not only taxes every muscle but the fibres of the brain as he It develops a deMcacy of toufch corrects Col or blindness and is a soothing influence on the nerves Besides it brings out a strong sense of Unfortunately its doubtful that the Rev Willis theory oh Kh rushchev will ever be put to the test but as secretary general of the British Tiddlywinks Associa tion the minister is partly re sponsible for the tiddlywink craze now sweeping British universities and Whteh numbers the Duke of Edinburgh as a fan The Cambridge Tiddlywinks Club recently defeated an Oxford team to become AllEnglish Champions and is now looking for American contenders to take on So far the response from Amer ican universities has been only lukewarm according to a Cam bridge enthusiast who says that Americans regard tiddlywinks as kids stuff To scorn tiddlywinks as a childs game is td refuse milk be cause it is fed t he in dignantly It was an article titled Does Prince Philip Cheat at Tiddly winks printed in a Cambridge undergraduate magazine last year which sparked the vogue for the game The Duke of Edinburgh prompt ly challenged Cambridge to match the proceeds to go to the National Playing Fields Associa tion but at the last minute His Royal Highness was forced to bow GEN SIR HUGH STOCKWELL IN ACTION Squopping his op ponents wink with out he explained I pulled an important muscle in the second or tiddly joint of my winking A team of radio comedians del egated to pinchhit for the Duke was roundly defeated by Cam bridge Since then Cambridge has spon sored the World fiddiywinks Con gress the first of its kind ever held at which international rules for the game were laid down At present it is attempting to stand ardize the terms used in connec tion with the game It Is not uncommon to hear a player1 exclaim I squopped his wink with my Squop in this context means to cover up SCRANtON nick J ft Mter union official wfci convlcttfjjuesday by A federal jury on 34 of vio lating thitTjfHartley Act by ac ceptfng motley iftnWe Knox Coal Co to Insure labor peace Sentencing was deferred by District CouVt Judge John W Murphy pending an appeal which Alaimos counsel said he planned to file Alaimo Was continued in bail The 49yearoldformer commit teeman of Local 8005 of the United Mine Workers faces a maximum penalty of 34 years in prison and in fines Alaimo who now runs a dress factory in Ptttston was charged with accepting more than from Knox m 195758 without per forming work to jlistify the pay ments The defense contended that Al aimo was watchman at th firms mine workings in Por Griffith Where 12 miners drowned Jan 22 when the SUsqUehanna River spilled into the mine state investigating committee re ported that safety laws had been violated Alaimo who did not testify dur Sitttiff Sttfti to ordering ie of ift requeXed an Arrive At Riviera Visoner Flees 06 woundl pMgf wefcrtogJeg irons escaf frfttt Cook County Hospital day red recovering fr two bullet wotfifcts walked out second floor sixbed ward She Elisabeffl Tayfflf ly after midnight f A hospital official said a to which Yourfgs leg had bed chained was pried loose from ti foot of the bed Five nomprisottj patients also were in the ward the time Young was shot police sail while prowling near a far wef side tavern last March 5 eymooning Eddie Fisher arrived to this ltd Ian Riviera nighf aboard iheif fentedvacht frim Kim Visiting Italy with tier father and mother also arrived t New Ybrk The air distance from New York td Melbourne FEEDING CHICKENS VIA WATERExpatision of inland waterways connecting the corn belt with the South has given impetus to a growing Dixie Newsmap sbots present waterways largely TVA prdjectedwater avenues and About tons dfcbrtieSch year are cheaply this way Information from the Department of Agriculture writes in the current issue of The Saturday Evening Post Some of his Comments A The Department of Justice rioted outside the school ing the when the verdict was The next year Rock high schools were closed to thwart integration Blossom re U1U JlUt IV Silly QUF JmfUUVriH trial showed no emotion Washin8ton examply failed to signed last November and be indict or prosecute a single superintendent of schools at read an opponents Wink while a squid ger is the big wink with which lesser winks are flipped into the tiddlypot To straighten out these knotty problems Cambridge has appoint ed a Master of the Wink Oxford on the other hand claims that Cambridge takes the game too seriously Oxonians poke fun at the formal attire which their Cambridge rivals wear to important matches including neck ties embroidered with tiddlypots They also claim that before the recent Oxford Cambridge match the Cambridge team had their thumbs insured by Lloyds of Lon don As the latest development the Royal Air Force Bomber Com mand has issued a challenge to Cambridge The bombardiers team which is said to be a pow erful one has as its motto Squidge hard squidge Southern Baptists In Growth By GEORGE W CORNELL AP Religion Writer LOUISVILLE Ky ern Baptists today took a look at the sevenleague strides by which theyve advanced from regional group to nationwide denomina tion was the way a report to their annual con vention put it From a geographical belt con fined primarily to 16 southerly states back in the early 1940s the denomination has mushroomed through 45 states including Ha waii and Alaska There are members In churches second in size only to the Methodists among Americas Protestant bodies Its a multimilliondollar operation with contributions last year total Key item on the agenda today was the election of a successor to Hays to take over after the con vention closes Friday The convention opened Tuesday night with colorful ceremonies worship and graduation exercises for 269 seminarians interrupted ing These and other figures ol growth were given by Executive Secretary Porter Routh as the convention went into its first days business sessions Weve acquired and said new stature former Con gressman Brooks Hays the con vention president But we must guard against becoming over The Rev Dr Paul Caudill of Memphis told the opening session that Southern Baptists must help deal with the worlds physical ills as well as the spiritual Citing the dangers of the Hi bomb and overpopulation he said the Christians must join in the Leadership Lacking In Little Rock dividual involved in mob action toSah Antonio Texas in July thwart integration although more than 50 were arrested by local police i A federal judge failed to pro vide United States marshals to help enforce integration at a crit cal time The governor of Arkansas Initiation PlayFatal failed to use his powers to uphold1 NEW YORK key figure to in the school integration crisis ulawv In GovOrval Little Rocks Central High School Faubus used hls office E in a says it came about largely through lack of leadership at the state and federal level The people in LittleRock did not agree with the Supreme Court decision on integration but they were ready to carry it out peace fully according to Virgil T Blos som former Little Rock superin tendent of schools Lack of leadership plus violence fomented by extremists from Ar kansas and other southern states defeated the successof the proNegro students into the high school CfJirri fnr Intamxafinn UA IQfVT demagogic and opportunistic man ner that brought about a break down of law and Blossom said the state legisla ture was subservient to Faubus not because its members were afraid of losing political office but because they were afraid of what would happen to their businesses if they opposed the governor open ly on the issue of integration High Wash mi ceremony for a Yakima School club being carried out in the water of a small pond east of town turned into tragedy Tuesday when one of the 16 initiates died Henry Sherwood a 16yearold sophomprer and 15 other youths dressed in garments made from burlap sacks were being paddled by members of the club a letter mans organization in the water when Sherwood i sank beneath the surface His absence went unnoticed for gram for orderly integration hein i Federal troops finally accomseveral minutes When his com plished integration of a handful ofjpanions realized he was missing vr they searched found his Attempts to revive the boy 1957 after segregationists had 4f j j Halls Furniture Store i 1037 PHILA ST j INDIANA PA Morley Furnlfute praserits Americas Most Beauti ful Contemporary with a basic ex new feature v FLOTA STEEL Spring Construction 8 STAR VALUES More Comfort v LongerLasting 20 Yr Guarantee No Center Sag Ever V Better Posture I Foam Rubber Cushions ir Miracle Fabrics Newest Colors Exquisite Styling Henry Pefer Glass Originals FURNITURE FOR ALL A SEE JOE PAUL This is another plawWpouth proves mnitf at the start by a brief flareup of to Ulhd solutions against hunger illiteracy and disease The problem of mere existence discord As an estimated Southern Baptists biggest crowd in 102 an nual conventions assembled in the huge fairgrounds coliseum one church representative rose to charge the agenda was so rigged as to gag the convention The Rev James Bui man of East Spencer tol4 the hushed somewhat stunned throng that the program had been ar ranged to block free discussion on a sizzling controversy involving Southern Baptist Theological Sem inary here The seminary observing its 100th anniversary has been threatened with loss of its ac credited status as a result of the dismissal last fall of 13 profes sors One later was reinstated They had assailed the seminary administration as dictatorial The American Assn of Theologi cal Schools after an investigation termed the dismissal procedures arbitrary and said the seminarys standing was in doubt if amends were not made At The Rev Mr Bulmans be hest the subject was put on the agenda for Thursday confronts he said WARDS INDIANA 4c SALE PA SEEING IS BELIEVING 1000 ITEMS AT 4c EACH Tentative OK Given Added Air Service WASHINGTON Civil Aeronautics Board has given ten tative approval for a BostonWash ington local service air route pro vided by Allegheny Airlines The decision Tuesday was part of the boards initial ruling in an investigation of airline needs in the northeastern states areas The tentative vote will be made formal later the board said It authorizes Allegheny service be tween Washington and Boston by way of Baltimore Wilmington Philadel p h i aCamden Trenton New YorkNewark Islip Bridgeport New Haven New Lon don Hart f o r d Springfield 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