Clipped From Simpson's Leader-Times
[ L E A D E R - T I M E S , KITTANNING,PA,-- TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1960 Iregpn College's Noted Choir o Give Concert Wednesday The A Cappella Choir of Warner Pacific College, Portland, Ore., vill give a concert of sacred music Jn the First Church of God, Wood- vard Ave., Kittanning, at 8, p.m. Wednesday. The group of college students is under the direction of Lauren B. Sykes, an eminent organist and choirmaster. The traveling choir lot Warner Pacific has 26 members vho have come from many parts [of the United States. The summer tour of the choir |will take them some 15,000 miles and into 26 states. Over sixty concerts concerts will be given in the major Freeport At Army Resident ROTC (Camp at Ft. Knox Cadet Paul E. Hill, son of Mr. land Mrs. Raymond L. Hill, Free- Iport RD 1, has arrived at Fort [Knox, Ky., for six weeks of in- tensive field training and practical practical work in the subjects and the- cries which he has been studying in his military classes at Virginia |Military Institute, Lexington, Va. While at summer camp, Cadet will receive thorough training all infantry weapons and will [personally fire most of these wea- Ipons. He will also receive further training in mapteading and patrolling patrolling and will participate in tactical problems of the platoon in which cities of the nation. Their program is representative of the sacred works of both classic and contemporary contemporary composers. Dramatic music effects are brought to lovers of Negro spirituals, spirituals, English Madrigal church classics and hymns. The choir will sing the 17th century century carol, "Praise Ye the Lord," as one of its featured numbers. An unusual arrangement of Walter Walter Schumann's When the Saints Go Marching In, with Mel White as narrator, has caused favorable comment across the nation. For several years the choir has made Edward Grieg's "Pod's Son Has Made Me Free" their testimony of God's love to men everywhere. The program will begin at 8 p.m. No admission charge is made. The concert is open to the public. Cut Budget To The Bone -- Lawrence HARRISBURG (UPI) -- Gov. David L. Lawrence has ordered that 1961-62 budget requests be cut to the bone. In a memo to heads of departments, departments, boards and commissions, Lawrence said no new taxes are expected and it appears "very little" additional funds will be available. Warner Pacific College a Capella Choir, in Singing Posture Washington Window . . . Negroes And Labor Leaders Opposed To Senator Johnson By LYLE C. WILSON United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) --It is difficult to believe that Sen. Lyndon a higher level of citizenship but that if members of that race are guaranteed the right to vote, hey can voe themselves onward and Bond Sales Better May 1959 Figure Armstrong county during May amounted to $172,205 as compared to $187,369 a year ago, reports Attorney Attorney Robert E, Pryde, county bond chairman. Mailed 10-day Notice John Goldinger, Preepbrt RD has been mailed a ten-day notice on a charge of speeding, in the office of Eayburn Twp tie? nf thP nporp DPTM p Wv f l n f i t tice ot tne peace uean P. i Sales of U. S. Savings Bonds in' show - Information against Gold- I $nrrQÂ»Â» trro p filnrl IT* \H7irnv\t*rr inger was filed. in Wyant's office by Rayburn Twp. police chief Lawson J: Mechling.