Helen Orrill, Armed forces article
Armed Forces Continued From Page 1 this line he asked and answered his own question. "Are we ahead of Russia?" "We (the space agency) are not worried about 'Sputnik.' Our concern of Sputnik was nnlv a maacnra nf Pnccta'c 01 "? f measure 01 KUSS13 v I technology. . Nations ornw strnnn withl , , ^i „., ". . , after-:knowledge, Dr. Silverstein said DR. SILVERSTEIN Was intrO- (5,,..-^ hv hie fnrmor oln rrm nt t au cea oy nis lormer classmate at Wiley High School and Rose ° r -««"»•» A- Moench. dean of ! Nati.ins prnw <;trnnp withi" 1 . gTOW Sirong Wlin he explained how advancing technology shrinks the lines of communications. "The mating of physical and socialogical sciences catalize programs for world development," he said. Four- faculty. "It's been a great lot of fun having Abe back," Dean Moench said as he related an acedote of the Rose football days of Dr. Silverstein, City Engineer Ray Harris, former City Engineer Engineer Mike Ellis and other Rose alumni. Following the banquet and the standing .ovation for B>. Silverstein's talk, the audience dispersed' to view the parade along Ohio Street. The parade started at Fourth and Ohio streets, at 8:30 o'clock. The lead convertibles carried the parade's officials to the reviewing reviewing stand at Seventh and Ohio streets, then the marchers passed in review. And a grand review it was. The city's schools, the city's j v e t e r a n s' organizations, the j city's beauties and the city's c i v ic groups all Were reprtf- ] sented. "It Was the smoothest i A j Fnr/>»c Tlsv ftinntin Armea * OrCBS Day fUHCtlO. ar-^BVCr, a military officer noted. ON THE reviewing stand, as well as seated at the speaker's table during the banquet, were members of the Armed Forces Day committee, Mrs. Helen Orrill, John Schmidt, Brig. Gen. Allison Maxwell, USAF; Maj. Gen. John Anderson, state adjutant adjutant general; Dean Moench; Dr. Silverstein, Lt. Col. Fred Walker, Mayor Ralph Tucker, Fred Jensen. Brig. Gen. Ralph Stearley, USAF, retired; George C. Carroll and Chaplain William F. Schuster.