Altoona Mirror, August 18, 1969, Page 29

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August 18, 1969

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - August 18, 1969, Altoona, Pennsylvania .THE Af.TOON A MIRROR, ALTOONA, PA., MONDAY, ALGIST 18, 1069 .Mirror Classifird Ads—-Phone 944-7171_Ll World of Religion Missouri Snyod (2.8 million) and the American Lutheran Church (2.6 million). Within the past month, important steps have been taken to establish "pulpit and altar fellowship" among those three bodies. Pulpit fellowship means that a minister ordained in one of the denominations is automatically eligible to serve in another. Altar fellowship un «*»»'•"    *a    means that members of one Opponents of legalized abor-jj^* ^ c^dd would be bom denomination may receive Opponents of Legalized Abortion Giving Ground By LOUIS CASSELS UPI Religion Writer from rape or incest; or -When there is a likelihood I Communion in churches finn led by the Roman Catholic AU ,    .    |vwn«™ non, ic-u j    Abortion under these circum- another body. Church, see giving ground!stances is condoned by many The Missouri Synod, most slowly in a battle that seems but by no means all protestants conservative of the three, voted likely to continue for years. and .lews. Abortion under any at its recent annual meeting to Bdls to make it easier to get’circumstances-even to save have pulpit and altar fellowship Ur. inn I were introdured this the mother s life—is condemned with the American Lutheran IS?™ *h7regiSre, of 24by T Cyclic Church ?s "'-'Church. Subsequently the >    murder of a defenseless human American Lutheran Church * Four were enacted. The other    officially approved pulpit and *0 were shelved in committee    lh® battle    is    certain    to    be    altar fellowship with the or defeated in floor votes.    resumed in next    year’s legisla-    Lutheran ( hureh in America. The four states which libera- *'vp sessions. One of the most I he Lutheran ( hurcn in h/rd the grounds on which Intense struggles will take place America is committed by its hortions may be performed by in New York, where an abortion constitution to pulpit and altor license physicians in accredited hill was rejected in the state fellowship with any and all hospitals were Arkansas, Dela- assembly this year by the close Lutherans who subscribe to the ware Kansas and New Mexico    **» of 78 to    63.    scriptures and the historic w“ ’    *    -    ------- Lutheran Confessions of baith l utherans Uniting    -.. __________:— -  .................... Lutheran,.    Ammca's    NEPTUNE Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, third largest Protestant family, The planet Neptune has two Mississippi and North Carolina.((after Baptists and Methn moons, with one revolving Thus, one-fifth of the 50 dists), are continuing their slow around it from east to west and states of the union now permit hut steady march toward unity the other revolving from west to abortion in some or all of the More than 95 per cent of the east. following situations:    nation’s 8.6    million    Lutherans —When pregnanes endangers are now grouped in three big    LEMURS    SHY the physical or mental health of denominations — the    l utheran    Lemurs    are    shy,    gentle    crease mother;    Church in    America    (3.2 mil-    tures    and    feed    on fruit    and    in- —'When the pregnancy    results lion), the    Lutheran    Church-    sects. Six states had adopted liberalized abortion laws prior to 1969. 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David W Dr It lase. son of Mr. and Mrs. David DeBiase of 4411 4th Ave., is “pinned" by his mother. The new second lieutenant was among 284 commissioned after completing six weeks of intensive field training at Indiantown Gap. Ile is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University. a—. yti rd TMI  their little x into the next county.’’ But something in the way I said it gave mv daughter the impresson that I am anti-amour. HORSE RACING The triple crown of horse racing consists of the Kentucky By DICK    WEST    passion.    If it is a    mere    Derby, the    Preakness    and the WASHINGTON (UPI)-When infatuation, for example, he will Balmont Stakes.- v    it    i    use pastel tissues.    But if it is little Jughead,    schoolboy    lover    tbe rpa| (bing, he    will bedeck of the "Snuffy Smith" comic the shrubbery with a floral strip, takes a shine to a girl, he pattern. either dips her pigtails in the I learned about this the first; inkwell or flings pine burrs at time there was a "teepee"! her after school.    party on my block, at the home She immediately knows that of the Glumpers. At the outset, i he likes her.    I didn’t recognize the streamers I Another    good    way    to let    a girl    dangling from ol    Roy Glum- know you    like    her    is to    push    per’s rhododendron    as being an her into the swimming pool a expression of true love. lot.    Or, if she is already in    the    "I wonder who    could    have pool, push her head under the (done that?" I mused, water. Or jump in front of "Flaky Monroe, Batty Burgher,    splashing    water in    herlholtzer    and Potty    Iribulee did face.    lit," my adolescent daughter; These swimming pool tech j replied, niques were popular when I1 "Who told you that? was a lad and marked the    Ermh on    Susan beginning of some beautiful    „Nf)bodv to(d    ,    just TS say, however, that [happen to know that Flake none of these tender overtures Monroe has a crush on Susan and gestures of devotion quiterunJ!Jrvf. * measures up to the displays of    .J?    ii A    a affection exhibited bv the young    whv    *?u,d hey    do    a    thinp curnrnef*11 m nel*hborhood thl"!"Didnt you have a girl friend Simmer,    when you were a kid?"    COMPLETES    BASIC    -    Airman New Brand    of Courtship    “Of    course I    did    I had    Barry L.    FeHenherger.    son of / I When one of them becomes,several of them as a matter of Mrs. Ethel M. Feltenberger of smitten, he gets his two bestjfact. But what has that got to 967 19th Av*., ha* cownpl®t<twI friends to help him and they do with vandalism0    basic training at Lackland AFB, "teepee" the home of the "It isn’t vandalism. Ifs a Tex. He has been assigned to adored. This brand of courtship sign of popularity. Linda Lowry AFB. Colo., for training consists of sneaking into her Flinder has had her yard in the munitions and weapons taw stun brWirt ssws sr* sr 553 3H3J2 Indiantown Can ^ new1>ffkders,WcompJ^dWthi Jh!e color of the tissue nAl! I said then was. "Well, if wife is the former Paulette M. lnaiamown VJfctJJ ^ and Battalions of the indicates the degree of hts I catch those little — ROTO camp. ROTC Camp at -s in this Wevant. Closing Today You're Telling Me! By    J William Bitt Central Press Writer 8    * The first "Miss America" was Since the beginning of the ROTC encampment at Indiantown on June 14, some 4,850 INDIANTOWN GAP — Two have completed six-week train-hundred eighty-four were com- ing periods. Yesterday, the last rn.Mioncd in the Army a, sec- ca dot * •Wro*im«ely >.*». „    comprising the 7th and 8th Bat- ond lieutenants during cere- |ajjonS( completed training. To- monies Aug. 7, at Indiantown day marks the end of the 1969 Gap Military Reservation.    six-week ROTC encampment on The commissioning exercise th® P°*t-    . held at the Sports Arena mark Jh,s.,s ! erIn hi Bonn the ed the end of six weeks of field Indian own Gap has been the training for the new officers site of the largest ROTC en* and completion of Reserve Of- campment in the nation. fleer Training Corps (ROTC) training at their colleges and universities. Approximately 1,000 attended, including parents, families, .friends of the new officers and special guests. Lf. Gen. William R. Peers, chief, Office of Reserve Components, Department of the Army, from the Pentagon was the principal speaker. In his remarks the general cited the role that the ROTC plays in the development of a corps of Army officers who assist in th* <river-    -ust    392    years    aRQ    today! all defense of the nation. He sbe was virginia Dare, born at commended the men for their Roanoke Va jn 15g7 _ tho achievement and wished them firgt chjld b()rn of Eng|ish par. success in then futuie < n- entage jn wbat now is the United deavors. Col. Samuel Patten, com-    _ mander of the ROTC camp, ad-    ..... ministered the oath of office. Maybe wa shouldst give her Commissions were presented by the title. A lot of L P* Lf Gen. Jonathan O. Seaman, ponses lived in these parts long commanding general, 1st Army, before Ginny Dare made her Ft. George G. Meade, Md. bow. After the ceremony, the new    *“ lieutenants were guests of honor When prisoners in the Belle---- Ville, IIL, jail burnt their mattresses the sheriff refused to replace them. That’s teaching the boys a hard lesson! The snake population in the mountains around Cuneo, Italy, has rapidly increased since hunters killed off the vipers’ natural enemies, hawks and eagles. The snakes have become so numerous the area is just crawling with them. Moths dislike green-colored cloth — nature item. Never catch them hanging around the pool tables! Among the new shows coming up on TV, ifs expected there’ll be more comedies than westerns. Fun versus gun? The Republic of Ghana. Africa. is the land nearest to 0 degrees latitude and 0 degrees longitude. As that old song so aptly put it, the place "has got REASSIGNED—Airman Timothy plenty of nothing!” A. George, son of Mrs. Marie A. George of 5534 Roselawn Ave. ^ oui (‘ll Taboo has completed basic training at    . Lackland AFB, Tex. He is re- lo Tiro Walkers SHOP PENNEYS DAILY IO ’TIL IO LOGAN VALLEY MALL P.M. SCHOLARSHIP PLAIDS . . . Coordinates cum laude! Starting point: color, and lots of it. Yellow on navy on red ... to pair up in any combination you please. 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