Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on October 24, 1952 · Page 36
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BDITHD.AY CAKE FOR THE VS— The United Nations, seven years old todaj, had an impressive birthday cake Thursday nir-ht at a birthday dinner here. Shown with the cake are, right to lett, Dr. Ishmael Hill, chairman of the LubbocK Council for the United Nations; Mrs. William G. Dingus, state chairman of United Nations for the Texas Council of Church Women; Miss Mabel Erwin, whose dolls decorated the dining tables; Dean Margaret Weeks of Texas Tech, who supervised the international menu, and Atty. Charles Cobb, chairman of the Lubbock County Committee for United Nations Day. Soe story Page 1, Section 1, (Staff Photos.) Former Track Star Speaks At Junior High Schools Here I TROY MCNEILL WINS HIGH HONOR "Anybody can do almost anything which they set their minds to," Glen Cunningham, famous Kansas track star who stiil holds several indoor and outdoor mile records, said in a talk before Lubbock school children yesterday. Cunningham, who appeared In Lubbock under the sponsorship of the Lubbock County Drys, spoke at J. T. Hutchinson, O. L. Slaton, and Carrol Thompson Junior High Schools. The famous miler, who is now a rancher and businessman of Cedar. Point, Kansas, went on to tell how he was critically burned as a child, and given very little hope by doctors of ever walking or running again. Through his own determination and exercise anri massage. Cunningham learned to walk again in about, a year, then to run, and finally wer.t on to the Olympics and to set new records here in the U.S. Cunningham also stressed the importance of not drinking or smoking. "I have known many of the great athletes of the world, and I have never known one who went to the top, who drank or smoked," he said. Cunningham "-ill speak to Wayland College Students at rlainview Friday. Floyd County 4-H Club Boy Is Named 'Outstanding' In lexas A slightly built Floyd County boy, @ now a senior at Floydada High School, has been named the "outstanding 4-H Club boy in Texas" for 1952, according to a dispatch received here from College Station Thursday. He is Troy Lee McNeil!, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill McNeil], who live on Rt. 5, Floydada. Floyd Lynch, state 4-H Club leader, made" the announcement that Troy will receive two miniature statues symbolizing achievement and that his record will be submitted in sectional and national 4-H competitions. Has Numerous Chores Troy was out in the lot looking a f t e" r his registered Herefords Thursday afternoon when the Morning Avalanche called him to tell him of the College Station dispatch. He has numerous chores before and after school. He is grooming three bulls and three heifers for the show rings, and, in addition, he milks the family cow, feeds eight pigs and tends the range cattle. His 5-year-old brother James usually follows him on the rounds and helps out as much as a five-year-old can. Troy also has a 15-year-old sister Barbara. She tends chickens. "I plan to enter Texas Tech next fall," he said, "and I'll study ani- * * * U N Official Labeled Onetime Red Agent Chambers Hearf Amusements Classified By Senate Group TROY LEE MeNEILL mal husbandry. I hope to have a ranch of my own some day." Troy—he'll be 18 in just two weeks—makes a E average in his See FLOYD FARM BOY Page 8 By JAMES L. KILGALLEN NEW YORK. Oct. 23 INS — Onetime Communist spy courier Whittaker Chambers took the witness stand before a Senate internal security subcommittee today, and named David Zablodowsky, a United Nations official, as a member of a Soviet underground apparatus in 1936. Zablodowsky is now chief of the publications division at UN. In response to a question from the sub-committee, Chambers said: "Yes, I knew him to be a Communist." Answers Subpoena Chambers, who played a major role in the conviction of Alger Hiss, emphasized to the committee that he was testifying "solely in response to a subpoena," and not for the purpose of making any sensations. Chambers was asked if he knew David Weintraub, economic affairs director at the United Nations, and he replied: "Not personally." The witness said, however, that he had heard the name of "David Weinstone" mentioned in the Communist underground. He said he was told that "Wein- stone" had a sister named Rose. The committee summoned Rose Alpher, of Chevy Chase, Md,, a sister of Weintraub, to the stand and asked her if she had heard Chambers' testimony. She said she had. Refuses To Answer She testified she is a teacher in a private school. Asked if she was a Communist in the 1930's, she "declined to answer" under the fifth amendment to the Constitution. She was then excused. He said that he had known Za- blodowsky in his college days at Columbia University and that Za- blodowstry had Communist sympathies at that time. Chambers testified he knew many Russian agents from 1923 when he joined the Communist party, until 1936 when he broke with the party. He said they were known to him by first names only such as "Richard," "Carl." and "Bill." Tells Of Red Activity He related that in 1935 "J. Peters," then head of the Communist movement in the U. S., proposed to introduce him to a man who was assisting "Richard," who was leaving for the Soviet Union. This man, said Chambers, was David Zablodowsky whom he had known in college. "There is no doubt in my mind that Zablodowsky was a -conscientious supporter of 'Richard,' " Chambers declared. The witness explained that "Richard" was the man known as Robinson Reubens who disappeared after he went to the Soviet Union See CHAMBERS Page 8 LUBBOCK MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, I exas, Friday, Oct. 24, 1952 Section 4 BUTTERFLIES IN THEIR HEARTS?—Two candidates for the coveted title of Harvest Queen are shown as they rode in the sixth annual Harvest Festival parade at Brownfield Thursday. At left, Miss Betty Cabiness sits atop a crepe-paper float with a butterfly background, while, at right, Miss Joanne Shelton Four Seniors, Two Freshmen Win Awards decorates a float as she sits before a giant heart. The two were runnersup in the queen contest, as an estimated 12,500 persons watched the kickoff cavalcade. Besides the floats, there were bands from 15 towns—and numerous riding groups—in the parade. (Staff Photos.) Six Engineering Students To Share In $4,250 Worth Of Scholarships Al Tech Six Texas Tech engineering students will slice up $4,250 in scholarships, it was announced Thursday by Dr. Dysart E. Hoi- comb, dean of the engineering division. The six lucky students are Joe Donald Benton, Amarillo senior; Hiram Campbell Fitzgerald, Tehuacana senior; Wallace D. Graves, Fort Worth senior; Lloyd C. Wilkerson, Gainesville senior; Edwin Allen Carrell, McKinney freshman, and W. C. Green, Penelope freshman. Veteran Of U.S. Navy Benton, a 22-year-old electrical engineering student, received the S750 Southwestern Public Service Company Scholarship in electrical engineering. Fitzgerald is the recepient of the Texas Electric Service Company Scholarship, which is also worth S750 in electrical engineering. A veteran of 11% years service with the U.S. Navy, Fitzgerald is married and has two children. The Southwestern Public Service Company also awarded a S750 grant in mechanical engineering. It was presented to Graves, another World War It veteran, who is married and has two children. He is 23 years old. Two Freshmen Named Wilkerson, a pilot during World War n who flew 41 missions, was named the winner of the newly established Hughes Tool Company Award of 5500. Wilkerson is a mechanical engineering student, and is also married and has two children. The two freshmen award winners will receive $750 the D. D. Harrington Scholarships for Freshman Engineering Students. Carrell, an 18-year-old graduate of McKinney High School, is a student majoring in electrical engineering, and Green, 17, who was valedictorian of his class at Penelope High School, is taking civil engineering. Eire may cut taxes on all motor vehicles and boost gasoline import duties in a move to open its market to bigger passenger cars, now barred by high taxes. A male penguin often cannot tell whether the bird he is courting is a female or another male who is fool- ". . . DESPITE THE DKOUTH"—Despite the Texas drouth, Terry County residents believe they have plenty for which to be thankful. With the symbolical "horn of plenty" for its theme, the Brownfield First National Bank took second-place honors with this float in the annual Harvest Festival parade in that city Thursday. The parade took 40 minutes to pass the reviewing stand. (Staff Photo.) Australian pickpockets ha\jg developed a new technique and racetrack bettors who pu.t bills in waistcoat pockets find their lin- "Just call me Bill and address correspondence to -Bill Anstruther- Gray, House of Commons, London,'" Berwickshire's new Tory ing him, the National Geographic ings and pockets slit and their Member of Britain's Parliament Society says. I money gone, Sydney reports. i is telling his constituents. Anniversary Special . . . 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