Uniontown Morning Herald in Uniontown, Pennsylvania
20 May 1963

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20 May 1963

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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaPage 4-Uniontown, pa., monday May a really deserving Rexf Orrl e. Carter Fayette county Agri cultural agent has received a Superior service award from the . Department of agriculture in recognition of his outstanding achieve ments and longtime service. The award ceremony took place in the Sylvan theatre on the Washington Monu ment grounds Washington . Vice president Lyndon a Johnson delivered the ceremony address and Secre tary of agriculture Orville l. Freeman presented the awards. The Honor came to or. Carter for starting the first successful Rural areas development program for leadership in reclaiming thousands of despoiled strip min ing acres for agricultural and recreational use and for pioneering the Tva program. Or. Carter has been with the cooperative Extension service of Pennsylvania state University for 32 years starting As assistant county agent in Butler county in 1930 and moving to his present position of Fayette county agent in 1933. He was born in Laceyville. Or. Carter was graduated from the Penn Sylvania state University in 1930 and received a master s degree from Colorado state University in 1960. While a self help student at Penn state he also had time to participate in the Dairy cattle judging team that placed second in the Eastern states exposition of 1929, was class editor of the Penn state la vie did some wrestling served As managing Edi Tor of the old Penn state Farmer and was president of Sigma Phi Alpha fraternity. Carter s capacity for work while a Stu Dent is also evidenced in his career As a county agent. Among the stories told about him is the one about the time a few Farmers drop Ped into his office and remarked that some Good cattle were being auctioned at Harris Burg the next morning. This is about a one Day s trip but Carter studied his schedule As he though about making the trip. He made several rearrangements on his schedule and told the Farmers to be ready to leave at 5 . The next morning for a hop to be fore the auction got underway the next morn ing he had inspected the cattle offered his suggestions of Good buys to the banners and was Back in unit town that afternoon in time for a scheduled program. Carter was an Active Leader in starting the first Grassland Field Days in Pennsylvania. He was the first to be elected pres ident of the National association of county agricultural agents and served in that Capac Ity during 1950. The Superior service award is one of the highest the . Department of agriculture can bestow upon its employees. Dav of decision tomorrow the . Department of Agri culture will conduct a referendum for the nation s wheat banners. This referendum con fronts wheat producers with the responsibility for a momentous decision on the future direction of american agriculture. The multiple Price certificate plan being submitted to producers includes the tightest most binding government controls Ever seriously considered for any farm commodity. It provides much stricter acreage allotments than growers have experienced Over recent years and a new Type of marketing quota and other restrictions. It gives the Secretary of agriculture vast Powers to regulate All hand lers processors and distributors of wheat from the farm to the ultimate consumer. The proposed compulsory wheat program was designed to operate in conjunction with a compulsory feed Grain program. This is creating pressure for new feed Grain legislation. If producers go the Supply management Road with wheat then with feed Grain they will have taken a Long step toward adoption of compulsory controls for livestock Dairy and Poul try products. Writing for the Dps monies Iowa Regis Ter Washington correspondent Richard Wilson says in part thirty years ago this month the new Deal was beginning the most audacious adventure in economic control Ever undertaken. Now it is 548 billion and six secretaries of agriculture later not even a close approach has been made to an economically sound and permanently workable solution after the passage of All this time and the spending of a vast treasure to increase Farmers incomes the great farm Technocracy is facing a key decision whether to take the final plunge into the strictest form of control and regimentation of private Enterprise Ever seriously proposed in this it now remains to be seen whether . Farmers have been so indoctrinated with the glories of bureaucratic control of their activities that they will vote away their Independence and Freedom of action on May 21. It May be a sorry Day for our country if they do. Virginia minn., mesabi daily news parents who Send their sons and daughters to the private College Are to be com mended. They Are doing much to keep private education moving and growing to will be Good for America if private education can be expanded keeping it flourishing will constitute a guarantee against too much state and political control Over future learning in this the morning Herald it happened last night by Earl Wilson Wilson Tough Way to conduct a business the morning Herald new today i m going to come right out fearlessly and a daringly and do something Radic Al and i m going to say something Nice about the Fly girls. Sorl of shakes you up does t it a Man Dar ing to do such a thing. I got to talk Jiing to Dolores Chart about these much maligned slew la dress hero lines frequently heroines at least serving that booze to lushes getting pinched and propositioned. And then grounded when they re 32. Dolores plays one of those Fly ing barmaids in come Fly with she lived with stewardesses she knows them she respects them. 1 told her that one stewardess i d known was doubly a heroine. I saw this girl Massage a Mala customer s Bare feet night. She dirt it with a smile one Day in London Airport when we were shooting this said Dolores a Little old lady grabbed me. Demanded information about a flight to new York and tried to get me fired when i told her f was t a stewardess. I told her i work for Mem she said. I Don t care what line you Fly and took me Over to the am counter where the supervisor in charge realizing the lady was a Little emotion ally upset did fire As a Stew Ardess that is. The Little old lady could t have been Dolores conviction is that the Fly girls and Fly boys have quite a sense of they have to. Dolores told me i was on a very Light flight. Just t w o or three passengers on a Domestic flight. The Caplain was a comedian. I looked up at one Point in the flight and saw him coming on the aisle with his hand shading his eyes tap tapping along the aisle with a Cane. After getting his laugh on Fiat. He made an announcement from the cockpit. He said and Tike a drunk. 1 loved after i got used to k the Midnight Earl. Prince Rainier a to fan phoned the Regency management to thank pm for the four Tele vision sets in his five room suite. I but nobody remembered to put in Princess Eddie Fisher now in Lake asked a Here to look after Ann Margret for him she s in n. Y. For an de Sullivan Tver. Pro Ducer Hal Wallis filming Beckel in London with Peter o Toole and Richard Burton is looking for an actress to play a bedroom scene with o Toole it la take four Days. Hal Prince is getting bids from Europe for production of his new b Way hit she loves Bobby Darin bought himself a Plush 38-ft. Boat with two state rooms and a Salon. Juk s White House chef Rene Verdon turned Down big Money offers to pen a Cookbook. Jean Pierre Aumont of had the gals at the motor vehicle Bureau fluttering when he applied for a Driver s License. Don Rickles album will be titled three years of me and my dancer Julie Drake of no strings has another budding she owns a Flower shop. The persian rm., looked ahead signed Juliet for Jan. 64. Sammy Davis or. Can t make the weight so his Golden boy b Way musical has to change the Lead from a welterweight Boxer to a lightweight. Sex kid Star Brandon de Wilde now in was signed for two More films a romantic Lead the Young son of Eddie Albert and Margo has a role in the fool killer film. Bardot la be both a Blond and a Brunette in her next movie. Ghost at Sharon k. Ritchie an sex miss America May do Rummer Stock with George Montgomery. Today s Best laugh Dia Logue from the of a Way revue put it in of under stand that my son is now inter ested in girls How do you his wife is com wish i d said that when a Man says he wishes his wife would dress the Way she did be fore. They were married he prob ably Means in s4.98 dresses. Remembered quote life is like a cafeteria. There Are no waiters to bring your Success to you. You must help treasures. Earl s pearls a career woman is one who gets a Man s salary by earning it. Alter following the Battles Over the ratings and the Nielsen Goodman Ace decided the Only Nielsen he d Trust any More would be Anna q. Nilsson. That s Earl brother. This morning s Matchbox Culver by Clover Culver thought for the do not fear tomorrow for i remember yesterday and i love today. Allen White pass Esi i entertain and put up my prettiest guest a Reader teus us i m always disappointed when i find they be not been used. Not Long ago i put a sign Over the Towel bar know i m pretty but use me it High heard about a very Bright Little girl who like so Many Bright youngsters in t Over diligent where her school is concerned. Not Loo Long ago she came Home from school looking very Happy informing her family that she had Good news to report. Just she cried i got High est Mark of All the kids that wrong Friend who clerks in a shop and is on her feet All Day Tell us she s never suffered from aching tootsies until lately. All through the Spring she says "1 was careful to Wear a comfortable pair of old Sling Back shoes i resurrected for just the purpose but by the end of each Day my feet were killing As soon As the Burly hurly was Over she consulted a doctor. Foot trouble my Eye he said or words to that effect pointing out to the girl that she merely had the rear straps pulled Loo tight. She s now. Proud justifiably proud parents of a High school age daughter were telling the guests at a dinner party How Well the girl is doing at school. They spoke of her High grades in math and chemistry and her studies in Fields of scientific study not interesting to most Young women. Then up spoke one of the masculine guests who up to that Point in the classic phrase had taken no part in the conversation. That s said he. But can she quite dubious Benjamin Franklin s prospective Mother in Law hesitated about permitting her daughter to marry a Printer. There were already two printing shops in the United states and she was dubious about Hie coun try being Able to support a third. Bed making a husband of our town demonstrated to his wife that he had figured out a Way of making a bed with the minimum amount of exertion. The Way i do he told her you Only have to walk around the bed once. In t it wonderful of me to work that out All by my self it s just by such Little he said that i get myself _ last line some Pune can stay longer in an hour than others can in a week. Distributed 1963, by the Hall Syndicate inc All rights reserved geographic society in major Washington the National geographic society has joined a major Effort to preserve Cali fornia s magnificent coast red Woods from their greatest enemy Many of the redwoods have with stood the ravages of time fire and flood since the time of Christ. Irresponsible logging now Threal ens the tallest Trees on Earth. Or. Melville Bell Grosvenor president of the society has announced a Grant of s64.000 to the National Park service for a year Long ecological Survey of the coast Redwood Region leading to a Broad program of conservation. The research will concentrate on the Bull Creek Groves some 200 Miles Northwest of san fran Cisco and the Del notre Groves near the Oregon Border. Chester c. Brown of the Park service will conduct the program in cooperation with California authorities. Coast redwoods Graceful Trees whose cinnamon red Boles and feathery Green foliage stretch 300 feet into the sky rank among California s noblest natural won Ders. Poet Edwin Markham wrote these highly Trees belong to the silences and millenniums. They seem indeed to be forms of immortality standing there among the transitory shapes of since the Early 1930 a individuals and the slate of California have Given millions of dollars to buy Groves of the Trees for preservation. The loftiest of the Cathedral like forests Rise from River Flats and face danger from above. Logging at its most Irre Spon the save the redwoods league reports has stripped the Steep slopes gutted the canyons gouged the Hills with skid trails and roads. This soil reverted to its Basic instability and became easy prey to the heavy downpours the Rainy season brings to this re not enough Plant cover remains in place to prevent landslides and to keep once Placid streams from growing into torrents. In the Winter of 1955-56, so acres of Redwood Flats were washed away. The Flash floods toppled 300 towering Trees Many of which were growing years ago. An other 200 redwoods were under Cut so badly thai they crashed Down later or had to be Cut. Extensive protective work has been carried out by stale Agen cies but the washouts taught that changes anywhere in watersheds endanger the stability of forested Flats. The redwoods league warns that aggressive treatment is needed both to heal existing watershed damage and to Check fur ther deterioration. California s coast Redwood realm stretches in a narrow fog Belt from Monterey county South of san Francisco to the Southwest Corner of Oregon. The heaviest concentrations grow less than 35 Miles from the coast. The slender coast redwoods sometimes Are confused with the bulkier longer living giant Sequoia Gigantes on the High slopes of the sierras. The botanical name for coast redwoods is Sequoia Sempr sirens. Roon what i Tell you in darkness that speak be in Light and what be hear in the ear. That preach be upon the House tops. Matthew prayer our father forgive our excuses and our limited response to thy High Call to service. Confirm and strength in us to Richard Nixon when the former g. 0. P. Candi Date arrives in new York for his june 12 departure for Europe. Interestingly enough both Nixon and president Kennedy will be in Europe at the same time. It will be almost six weeks be fore or. Rockefeller makes any Public political moves. Much More than the weather will be stirring in Miami Beach during the week of july 21, when he gets Lotha governors conference there. It is then that he Rockefeller machine will begin operating in High gear. The new yorker will have the Chance for the in a Long time to talk personally with other Republican governors who also have considerable support for the g. 0. P. Presidential Nomi nation. After that Rocky will hit the hustings. Hell hit hard and often. He is aware that he is just a name throughout much of the u. S. Unlike Dick Nixon he knows comparatively few of the men who will head the nominating Conven Tion delegations to 64. He knows even fewer of those who will be delegates. He has made some forays into the farm Belt and the South but has not been anywhere near hundreds of communities which make up Power blocs in any convention. He plans to get into the precincts right across the u. S. He won the 1958 new York gubernatorial election by hitting the streets shaking hands mixing with the voters. They Are not his problem first he must round up the delegates. But by getting out and mixing wants to prove to the men who run the big City political machinery that to still can attract Friendly crowds. He is a linguist. Anywhere from the deep Southwest to the Center of the big puerto rican concentration in new York can address mass meetings in Spanish. His record amongst the Minori ties and in labor circles is Good. Hell make the Point that he is Only National Republican Leader who can Cut into umm of votes which most observers expect John Kennedy to carry. Thus he Hopes to swing tha leaders of the big Industrial delegations behind him at the 64 convention. Those close to him do not believe that other con tenders really want to rim next year. They that the Fayette Only morning founded 1907 pull she my into Sundi i by Uniontown new Pipon inc. J-10 Feut Church at. Unt unkown. President s. W. It Ilni and Tutor o. D _ news Edloir full e. Or. Telephones Uniontown Genwva brow Mville Stata 5-4802 Market who association membership audit Buru of Licul Gllnn american Newitt Jar fib Lulun Awn. Penny Vinu Nezip Tjun full Sheri Awn Littlon the u Eicle Lively to the us for prod Youon of ill the local Newt pro Ned in tills new Piper As Well at dust chm subscription ruler .43 is 10.00 b be it or Vinyl to a 1.80 350 4.w 800 Erm 3.00 400 3.00 18.00 12 Poluga payable in and at Uniontown. Off inky Lurma. Personal health _ by William Brady . In a piece about oxygen on the t said a brisk Home from school office store or Plant relaxes a person in the natural Way and counteracts tension. You can t appreciate this until you try i doubt whether More than one out of a thousand persons who need relaxation will iry it. It in t the smart Aleck american Way to relax. The smart Aleck Way is to take a Tran Quillmer a Barbiturate or maybe a couple of cocktails or a highball. A smart Aleck american doctor retiring from a clinic Job and planning to launch a health column everybody wants to get into the recommended a couple of High balls before dinner to relax the tired business Man. If the doctor s column became a really it ought to have the cordial support of the into rests that strive to kill Brady. The recent flurry of publicly various individuals have obtained in reference to the fifty mile hike did nothing i m afraid to popularize oxygen on Tho Hoof. The smart Aleck american pre fers not to walk anywhere if it is at All possible Brady to ride or drive. Walking might involve Contact with tie Riffraff and loss of his superiority Complex. Why does a Drinker drink one Man who sometimes drank to excess told me in a sober interval that at times he drank because he Felt the need of a stimulant or rather he just wanted to feel better. Alcohol is not a stimulant. It is a narcotic. One who feels bet Ter after a drink or two deceives himself. The truth is that he is temporarily less aware of his ailment his troubles his weak Ness his anxiety his inferiority. When the effect of the narcotic wears off he is More miserable than he was before. In a More Subtle Way this holds True for Ona who uses Iran Nii drugs merely Dull one s awareness for an hour or two so that while the effects last one feels this is anything. It is merely an analgesic a pain killer although1 some latter Day specialists. In their extremity say it is Fine for of course More. Now i m nol dead set against the proper use of aspirin As an analgesic As i am against the use of alcohol in any Circum stance. Thirty years ago i took several doses of aspirin and i simians who prescribe liners so freely to make patients feel better regardless of what ails them. Smart Aleck americans con sume enormous quantities of aspirin themselves for any and every ache pain or discomfort and even feed the stuff to sick Relief of the pain of acute bursitis. And i d take it in prefer ence to any other analgesic i i had chronic joint disability that gave me too much pain. What i am trying to Tell you is thai aspirin is not a remedy for anything. It is purely and Sim ply a pain killer. Widely Broad f inn i Viivi ii Ivy cry m Gnu children As though it were a cast recently was the statement remedy. Aspirin does t cure of a specialist that aspirin is the Best remedy for Michigan governor George rom this is pretty Sil Ney has his political Eye on 1968, by in View of the fact that no for he first wants to consolidate medical authority can or will define chronic arthritis or Lell now to distinguish it from the his position in his Home state Rockefeller s inner Circle is con minced of Barry Goldwater s to chronic joint disability or. Of Lilica strength. They know they and the entire profession Call will need his support to win. But chronic rheumatism when they Are equally convinced that Medicine was a profession. The arizonan does not want to Chance losing his Senate seat. For that and Many other Rea sons they do not see him As a people who resort to aspirin Phenacetin Ace Tabilid Phenyl acetamide or one of the Many nostrums contain vice presidential candidate eith ing these pain killers and promoted As Good for arthritis rheumatism neuralgia neuritis Lum men As the governor s potential Grippe colds head running mates. There is senator acne or Willat Nave you deceive themselves just As the smart Aleck american does who takes a drive or two when he wants to feel these nostrums other than straight aspirin Are therefore they talk of three Thruston Morton of Kentucky. He could neutralize the strength of vice president Lyndon Johnson. There is sen. Thomas Kuchel who ran so strongly in California despite the Nixon debacle. And Why the Law California is All important in both requires thai the package carry the nominating convention and the a statement like this National Campaign. There is Ore each Tablet contains Acel phen gon s gov. Mark Hatfield Young Idin 3 Etc. Prolong and popular to give the ticket a de use of this or any prenatal Ion coast to coast breadth. National politics takes no holi Day. There just is not enough time Between presidential elections to Stop thinking strategic ally. And this is How or. Rocke containing maybe injurious. Unfortunately most people who use such nostrums no attention to the warning. They assume poor souls that if the been thinking. Distributed 1963 by the Hall Syndicate. Inc All rights reserved Circle have Medicine were dangerous the government would prohibit its Sale. But Uncle Sam just smirks As though to say you can read can t the neighbors by George Clark i wrote to ten and Here i one with Best rating. 1400 and 260

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