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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Altoona, Pennsylvania City edition the circulation of the Altoona Mirror yesterday was a 34,593 Altoona sir error. Weather mostly sunny the Altoona Mirror extends sincerest congratulations to area High school College and University graduates and wishes them Success in the future. Vol. 80�?no. 301 phone 944-7171 Altoona pa., saturday evening june 5, 1965. A a thirty pages Price ten cents grand jury to aet on crime list Drill Girrat Loiis monday a ii d t ii e Day to open june term of criminal court. Members of the grand jury selected to open the june term of Blair county criminal court Are to report to courtroom no. I and president judge John m. Klepser at Hollidaysburg on monday at 9 30 . To begin two or three Days of service in approving or rejecting Bills of indict ment against the several defend ants by dist. Atty. Frank b Warfel. Judge Samuel h. Jubelirer also will be on the Bench for the customary preliminaries. These Are to include the appointment of a Surv Foreman by judge Klepser following the Roll Call of jurors present by clerk of the courts Vernon Weicht. Who also will administer separate oaths to the Foreman and the other jurors As a group to get instructions the court in greeting the jurors will instruct them in their duties the hearing of Only com a Mon wealth witnesses in secrecy and the importance of ignoring Bills they believe brought out of malice or spite. The jurors then will retire to courtroom no. 2 Toj begin deliberations on the Bills of indictment to be presented by dim atty. Warfel and his assistants. Amos Davis and Blair l Mckillip or. Approximately 35 defendants allegedly involved in 31 separate a cases Are awaiting action both grand jury whose retirement to deliberate on Bills will precede a session of miscellaneous court. During that court the two judges j and attorneys representing persons named in approximately 90 cases in county argument which also is to open on monday. Will go Over the list prepared by c Lerk of the courts Weicht to fix Early Heiring dab disk Abs Warfel lists the Sev a Era Clef Nants and the Commonwealth indictments awaiting action by the grand jury As follows monday june 7 eliminating Wirfs a to improve voice circuits Between Altoona and state College and Huntingdon new Enterprise Lime a Stone company workmen Early today used an 84-foot Crane to hoist this Micro wave equipment to the roof of the Bell Telephone company building on 16th St. At 12th ave. Complete with a dish Type Antenna it will be the first step of a new system which bounces signals to antennae atop a Tower on gospel Hill and from there to Topsy Mountain thence to a Tower near Pine Grove Mills. Sim ohs set Lolli Catholic High class is graduated a you Are approaching new horizons a horizons far greater than any faced by those men in outer space tonight Quot graduates of Bishop Guilfoyle High com -.shpl, a3i? were told in the a driving during suspension of la a Gens i principal address at their com. Is. Hubert Shock. It Ham commencement exercises Herlaine burglary assault and. Battery. Larf nil it in the auditorium com. Is. William Cha Roosevelt Junior High a burglary larceny receiving. Stolen goods and malicious mix chief the sneaker the it. Rev msgr. Com. Is. Michael Drasso Francis a. Mcnelis. Supen tend Drunken driving. Ent of schools in the Catholic com. Is. John Duncan assault diocese of Altoona Johnstown and Battery. Went on to counsel the graduates com is mrs. Jean Gates f 1%5 t0 fun a gods plan in aggravated assault and Battery. 1 their lives by making Good use of com. Is William Hanna failure the gifts of mind and free will to Stop after Accident. Which he has Given them. Com. Is. Earl b. Hoover false msgr. Mcnelis asked the 118 pretence cheating welfare de-1 voting men and 141 Young women part ment i of the class to spend 30 seconds com. Is. Jav Delane Kagarise More Quot a a of cd urday diving during suspension of i tag a can Stan com. Is. William Francis Kling scheme of salvation. A morals offence. Com. Is. Domenick Joseph Mas purple Caps and gowns and the girls in Gold made a colourful scene in the auditorium which was filled to capacity by their parents teachers and friends. The size of this years b s. Class largest in the history of the school made use of a larger Hall than in the new Catholic High building imperative. After singing of the National Anthem by the class with John Myers at the piano Leon j. Adamiak. President of the seniors brought greetings. Bishop presents diplomas the Rev. Francis e. Plummer principal presented the graduates to the most Rev. J. Carroll Mccormick. D d., Bishop of the diocese who presented the diplomas. Bishop Mccormick also distributed Honor awards to the following Haroz indecent assault and contributing to delinquency of minors com. Is. James a Miller and Loyal Charles Shaw contributing to delinquency corrupting morals of minors and assault. Tuesday june 8 Regis w. Is Orsu cheating web fare department. A Harold sender and Edmund r. I of Stkoh receiving stolen goods. A i Joseph l. Spades driving Dur Vic i la i Lluc cd us log suspension. 1 George i Potter driving car and not. Colline without consent of owner. Lulu a a invt Alfred Chaney states solicitation for immoral purpose con a pave Young people were students Leon Adamiak Richard purple and Gold gowns Carroll Mary to Dietrich Susan commencement exercises for the Dunn Gretchen Evangelista. Di-259 members of the 40th graduate Anna Fedeli. Janice Gill Robert my class of the local Catholic Givler Patrick Henry Thomas High school renamed in Honor of Kilcoyne Mary Loechner. Janet the late Bishop Richard t. Gull Mcgough Gail Myers. Ronald Foyle in 1962, began at 8 . With Nigborowicz Elizabeth s t e h i a the processional by Cigar. Nicholas Stevens and Kathleen the boys of the class Robed in Strafer. Introduced by the very Rev. Msgr. Roy f. Kine. Assistant principal of the school. Bishop Mccormick spoke briefly con Young people Granulating the graduates on reaching their goal and reminding them to reflect upon the sacrifices others have made to help them reach the goal. A make grab in tude the keynote of your lives As Tributino to delinquency and Cor Jared. Four of them admitted to you go Forth into the world the Nason Hospital roaring Spring continued on Page 3, column 3 As the result of a collision of a automobiles at the Railroad crossing five Miles South of Newry where old and new routes 220 intersect at 3 . Yesterday. Admitted to the Hospital was Ruth Murieta Heidler 16. Of Claysburg whose Sedan was demolished the damage estimated at $1,700. She suffered continued on Page 3, column 3 stolen car left near scene of new Auto theft student awards to be presented at City Campus june 1965 the left Jerry Smith. 15, of East Freedom re bruises. In today a Altoona Mirror an automobile stolen in the City on wednesday was discovered damaged in sinking Valley Early today by the owner of an automobile stolen there during the night state and City police report. The recovered car is owned by e. W. Murray of 407 27th ave. The newly stolen car a 1964 Dodge Sedan Green in color is owned by Marion w. Louden of kelp. Its theft was discovered about 5.45 . Today or. Louden reported when he backed his milk delivery truck from the garage at his Home. The automobile had been parked in the same Structure. Auto damaged the Murray automobile he found along the Road leading from kelp to the sinking Valley country club some 200 to 300 feet from amusements. The Louden Home. One Side of the comics and panels automobile is dented and scratched. The Louden Home is at the foot of kelp Mountain in sinking Valley opposite the Grange Hall. Or. Murray recovered his car at the scene this morning another car reported stolen yesterday was recovered at 6th ave. And 16th St. In Juniata. The owner of the 1956 Buick. Archie Farber of 125 Farber St. Hollidaysburg told City police the car had been taken from the parking lot at 4th St. And 4th ave., Juniata. Two More thefts City police today said they now have two More reports of cars continued on Page 3, column 3a highlight of the 26th annual lacerations of the forehead and Altoona Campus convocation will Knees. Be the presentation of various also admitted were Joyce student awards for outstanding Black 15, of Claysburg Quot by records and service. The Cere bruises of the forehead and Mony is scheduled to get under abrasions of the Knees and left Way at 2.30 . Tomorrow at Elbow Nancy Walters 15, of Campus. Or. Robert g. Bern v i w a a i a a t. I i in. A it i i i i a it i a a a a a a Portage re with abrasions of renter vice president for student the forehead and lacerations of affairs for the University will As we write our attention is somewhat distracted by the voices from outer space. Outdoors the weather is perfect. This is june at its Best. Somehow we feel that we should be Content but something disturbs us. Man is assuming some control Over outer space. Himself he cannot control. The prayers of a nation arise for the safety of our astronauts and our armed forces in foreign lands. At Home we Pray for a better understanding of our fellow americans. All is not Well in the Home of the Brave and the land of the free. We read of a planned test of civil rights in the plaque mines where a determined 73-year-old Man seems determined to Ward off All invaders of plaque mines Parish la. Equally determined to upset the Long established custom of that place Are leaders of the Congress of racial Equality better known As Core. The resulting clash probably will be noisy somewhat dangerous and extremely bothersome. It will not solve any issues. In Syracuse n.y., just a few weeks ago a similar attempt to stage a real demonstration fizzled and went out like a hissed on the fourth of july when a bored citizenry failed to show up for parades or talks. The mayor was criticized for leaving town while the demonstrations were supposed to be taking place but he returned to his office and his City a few Days later without one new Gray hair. No issues were settled there either. There Are a Hundred Little wars going on All Over the world. Men Are dying being maimed for life or contracting diseases that will be difficult to cure. Others Are enjoying the great outdoors far from strife and scarcely aware that it exists. Today perhaps they have their ears glued to the airwaves because of our adventures in outer space. Perhaps the big lesson we All could learn from the adventure in space is that Man can walk on air when he has to do so. A Little careful Quot walking on air when hot issues confront us might Cool off the atmosphere on this drab old Earth that is our eternal dwelling space for some years to come. We cannot ignore the rest of the world but we must learn some Wray to live with it. If we done to someone someday will explode the big one and hundreds of millions of people will die in a most horrible fashion. Last week we were fishing. The lakes and Rivers were in another country and a strange Flag was on the pole outside the Lodge. Only a few of our guides spoke our language and Only three of our party spoke theirs. We had a Good time. We parted As friends. Each of us hoped to get up there next year and renew our friendships. We Are sure that they too were in Earnest when they asked us to come Back. Guide and guest had one common interest. We both wanted to catch fish. We released More than we kept but All of us enjoyed eating some of those we kept. They were very careful in packing some of the catch for us to bring Home. Next year if we Are Lucky and get up there again they Are sure to ask us How our folks at Home liked their fish. They will be most pleased to learn that their fish were Well received in our Homes. We have Learned to live together in the world of sports. We have Learned to live together in Many Fields of science. The True doctor wants every medical discovery that is of Benefit to the human race to be available to All men everywhere. He is not interested in their race color Creed or political belief. The real Farmer wants to share his knowledge of How to make the Earth produce in abundance with Farmers in All parts of the Globe. Man to Man we prefer to meet the other men of the world on a Friendly basis. Something is missing however when we try to make friends with the whole masses of people. The poet asks a Quot what is so rare As a Day in june a the answer in june 1965 seems to be Quot a Day of still another is at i ois give the address. The Penn state alumnae award president vows for full Neoto abrasions and Possi re. We a presented to the outstand j u re Solo a of no woman student by the Blair Barbara Krau. A. A county alumnae club president continued on Page 3, column 2 Jess a Jekjen Hannum. The director of the Altoona Campus Robert e a system Green As space twins begin third Day mate Hatch problem a in a preflight checkout astronaut James Mcdivitt looks Over the gemini capsule Hatch which gave Copilot Edward White ii some trouble upon re entering the spacecraft after his a space Nea telephoto sweep i is raids jets blast North Viet port area. Highways by Martin St Art Fox United press International 3 russian records to fall to . By Alvin b. Webb United press International space Center Houston up �?. Space champs James Mcdivitt and Edward White headed into their third Day in orbit today with a Quot system Green go ahead from the ground. They steadily gained on three soviet space records with each passing hour. Soaring Over Australia in the gemini 4 capsule White scanned the City of Alexandria through a camera Lens and quipped to a tracking station a i could have spotted the Airport. I took some pictures of a system looks Green a a your system looks Green a the Canary Island tracking station reported after a checkout. Taking a Long list of instructions from the Carnarvon. Australia trackers White said a you Guys Are getting pretty Sharp calling these things a Roger you re looking Good too a was the radioed reply. A i done to see anything to keep us from going four Days a said flight director Christopher Kraft. All systems were fun c a Tyrnn to cd c u. U u a a i tinning and the astronauts were Saigon lip . Jot fighter bombers blasted a excellent physical condition. Port facilities Bridges and Highway traffic in sweeping like space tourists the Astro raids Over communist North Viet Nam today it we nauts passed within View Fri 4_ Day of a strange looking Satel announced Here. I Lite. Mcdivitt reported it h a d a . Military spokesman Plo Sions and fires after the at a big arms sticking said 20 Navy sky Hawks Frorer stack space Agency spokesman the Carrier Midway pounded port facilities at Vinh 160 the spokesman Uoo us 7> lasted almost an Hanoi Wun it attacked the communist facilities Miles South of lasts nearly hour said 1ate Friday night the sight a a. A my came when Pegasus ii was Arn this Raia a two thousand Kilometres away it. In a proper direction to be of that is 1,242 Miles Wilh ,72pilots ton of bombs Bull up miss in. With 750 Pound bombs o Fidas said it was t00 and Zuni rockets. And ninth Rock s. Far for a visual space observe pilots reported direct Bull no enemy aircraft or anti Tori. Pup hits on a wharf and a ship aircraft fire was encountered. Pace mystery the spokesman said All the Thunder chiefs returned safely to their bases. Moored alongside of it. Damage also was reported to a Coal Yard and a warehouse in the port area. Pilots reported Light to moderate anti aircraft fire. They but this was no space mystery. Officials were fairly cer _ m j a s. Tan it pending an official Check . Marines killed <9 of that it Vas Pegasus-2, an hairier munits Friday in the heaviest jct detection satellite launched fighting they have seen so far May 25. Scored a East one direct bomb Yiem Nam i the l 23,100-Pound satellite was hit in an anti aircraft site. A be marines battered the in designed to study the space All planes return pm on ground and from hazards and its 96-foot wide Lianes net Ajr in a be reps 0f actions in a a arms a sweep space for mete the spokesman said All the the Danang and Phu Bai area droids. Planes returned solely to the 0f Central Viet Nam where the it did not bother Mcdivitt he Midway. Twenty . Air Force Thunder chiefs roamed at Large Over North vietnamese highways attacking trucks Bridges and army Barracks. A a a a a a the spokesman said four continued on Page 3, column or kit at j2 17 Thunder chiefs attacked t h e Ninh a Highway Bridge and a secondary Bridge on Highway i Early this morning. He said pilots were unable to assess the damage because of the darkness. B a. Air Force jets also bombed neb. Bank and rocketed a camouflaged communist truck packed on p tiiu the g Rar mpr Highway 7. The spokesman said by Timo lit c. Gar in r a darkness prevented the pilots United press International from observing the damage a a big Springs neb up a but they reported secondary sex police pushed through pouring rain today Hunting a suave a leathernecks Are deployed to soon turned Over the controls to defend vital air bases. The White and slept area is almost 400 Miles North at 11 16 a. In. Edt to of Saigon. Day they logged two full Days the americans lost two dead n space. The half was Mark came at the end of the 31st . Edt. Had Homey talks calmly sleeping and working in their contour seats aboard the gemini-4 capsule Pilot Mcdivitt and space Walker White a were cheered by Homey chats Bandit slays three persons Friday with their wives. If the world eavesdropped they did not seem to mind. Today there was a possibility that things were going Well continued on Page 3. Column 2 shells strike rebel area in Santo Domingo fight rights Eiche will present the academic award to the student with the highest academic average Over the two year period. Page other awards .4 the Tua Epsilon Chi awards will 12 be presented to outstanding Stu crossword Puzzle 14 dents in drafting and design tech editorials and features 8 ology and electrical and elec by Alvin Spivak United press International Washington up a president Johnson stating that the american negro is still Quot another nation despite civil rights Laws says the chief goal of his administration is to give negroes their full rights As had been a buried under i americans. In one of the most editorials by the people25 major Hoople 14 sports .22-23 women a features 2 Central state news 16 Uncle rays corner14 Hedda Hopper. 4 want ads 26-27-28-29 special sections sir italics 13 and i for next week s radio and television programs. See pages it to 21, inclusive for Quot Rural and Urban tronic technology by Ernest Dejaiffe professor of engineering and advisor to the honorary society. Various departmental awards will be presented to students who have made outstanding contributions in various areas by Jack g. Continued on Page 3, column 4 Blanket of history and Circum of. H. Stance and that White a. A "h0 r Quot cans were largely responsible. Inn statements he has made on said an b a a Understandin racial problems. Johnson heart Quot on the part of White i pounced i Bidav mph he sons was More important than Call a White House conference rights aws space walk Des Moines. Iowa up a new dance called the a space walk will he unveiled tonight. A spokesman for a radio station sponsoring the dance said dancers would a emulate the actions of an astronaut As he walks in on Equality this fall As a first step. The president pledged himself a to a shatter forever. The Walls which bound the condition of Man by the color of his skin a in an address at commencement exercises of Howard University a predominantly negro institution Here. Hundreds of negroes pressed Forward to shake the presidents hand at the close of the speech As a choir softly Sang a we shall overcome Quot in the background. Understanding important Johnson said that negroes by Martin Mcreynolds United press International Santo Domingo up rebel distil Bandit three persons fourth in a wild West style Bank Holdup. Police chief Veldon Fuller of nearby Ogallala neb., said the killer was believed to be a holed up in the rolling wheat and cattle country near this stunned town of 550 persons. Police finished a House to held Southeastern Quot Santo House search in by Spring who calmly killed tin info i. We and wounded a and ii i hic time a White tells his wife by William Clayton United press International Seabrook Tex. Up a mrs. Pat White prepared today by High explosive fire in an in train Holdup of l877 and Quot record another hot Quot Ric Day expiated renewal of heavy a fanned out to look through farm of space accomplishment in her tack on the area. Col. Francisco Boaventura Domingo was hit Friday night scene in an heavy of badman Sam basses and ranch buildings in the quiet scrapbook. Green Countryside. Mrs. White began her scrap Cavalcanti a brazilian . And the scene ands a1 downpour1 com Book thursday when her Hus a the harsh fact of the matter that in the Battle for True Equality too Many Are losing the president said. He told his audience that Many negroes Are trapped in a inherited Gateless poverty that is not quite like the poverty of Whites. He said other minority groups that have fought their Way free of poverty did not have to face harriers caused by the color of their skin or a cultural tradition a which had been twisted and continued on Page 3, column i Viser said eight projectiles were fired across the Ozama River into rebel territory. He said two persons a woman and a Young girls were killed and at least six wounded by the attack. It was not certain immediately exactly what sort of projectile was involved or by whom they were fired. First reports said they were Bazooka rockets fired from the Ozamay a . Held left Hank. Later information indicated however that they May have been mortar or Light artillery shells fired from positions beyond the american lines. It was the first heavy fire that had been reported along the Ozama for some Days although Rifle fire is heard nightly in that part of the City. Quot inter american investigators continued their efforts today to arrange meetings with the leaders of the rival factions in the dominican revolt. The three Man team sent Here thursday by the organization of american states Oas was unable Friday to get in touch with either of the principal do continued on Page 3, column i tinted hampering the search band astronaut de White and ers. The rain forced six search his College chum Jim Mcdivitt ing air planes to the ground i i i soared into space. She has been Day. It continued this morning doping and pasting Ever since closing several roads. The scrapbook is already get survivor is critical Ting Bulky. Stacks of letters or Franklin Kjeldgaard. 25. Only rive each Day. Turning t h e survivor of the brutal attack Kitchen into a Junior Grade Post was reported in critical Condi office. About the Only thing that Tion today at a Hospital in Den will not go in the scrapbook is ver Colo. 200 Miles Southwest the Box of Candy that 11-year-0f Here. Eddie White received fit he said the Bandit was Well Day. Eddie saw to that dressed Calm and a did no to Ever i no Civitts today planned act Tough before he stitched to go to morning mass and then eight bullets into the backs of male a trip to Clear Lake for his victims As they Lay help a boating Outing. The Mcdivitt a o to children 8-year-old Mike. 6 continued on Page 3, column 3 Andyne and 4.vear. Old Patrick May be mined by the White youngsters. Eddie and 9-year-old Bonnie i inn. Chat with husbands since they could not visit with their husbands. Mrs. White and mrs. Mcdivitt did the next Best thing Friday. They chatted with them Over an elaborate weather forecast a fair and sri und to space Tadio not not so Cool tonight. Low mostly la ant Tua in the 50s but cooler Valley Voves a u a sections. Mostly sunny and manned spacecraft cen or and warmer sunday. Continued on Page 3, column i sunny warmer i

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