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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Altoona, Pennsylvania Congratulations received Here continued from Page i for continued Success in the future. William w. Scranton governor allow me to congratulate you on the occasion of the Soth anniversary of the Altoona Mirror. Consistent responsibility and Suc Cess in the Field of journalism. D. Emmert Brumbaugh state senator As mayor of the City of Al Ooria May i take this Opportunity to extend sincere congratulations to the Mirror print no company on the occasion of to 90th anniversary. We Are need proud of the Altoona Mir ror and the Job it has perform the Altoona Mirror Altoona saturday june is 1964. The Progress your paper has de so Well Over the Many years made since its inception has. Been outstanding. By providing your readers with Rulh Ani leadership the Altoona Mirro. Has compiled a record of responsibility and dedication to the Community. You have consistently upheld the cherished values of the fourth estate. May you continue in the future As you have in the past. With Best wishes Hugh Scott of its existence. Further May. I wish you and ill the employees of the Mirror printing company continued Suc Cess and Best wishes for the future. William h. Prosser mayor it is pleasing to join in extend no Heartiest congratulations to you and the members of the Nuu Buju Mirror family As you celebrate muted states senator he 900, anniversary of the Al congratulations and Best wish on the 90th anniversary of the Altoona Mirror. Joseph s. Clark United slates senator please accept my Heartiest congratulations on the 90lh anniversary of the Altoona Mirror. The people of Pennsylvania and especially those residents of the Blair county area share in your Pride of this occasion. We owe you a debt of gratitude for those things we have not shared in those trials tribulations failures and successes that accompany the 90 years of bring ing the news to the people. Best wishes for a Bright fun Raymond p. Shafer lieutenant governor Ary Oona Mirror which is recognized As one of the outstanding daily newspapers in the state of Pennsylvania. The history of the Altoona Mirror is Replete with Complete adherence to the highest ethics of journalism. As a result it s truly a family newspaper and Many More years of continuing devoid of lurid stories often Success. Kindest personal regards Ture. As the representative of Blair county i Congress it is my pleasure and privilege to extend sincere congratulations to you on the occasion of the Altoona Mirror s 90th anniversary. This is a memorable event and we Are proud to have your news paper in our congressional District. It is impossible to measure the Good work which your news paper has done for the Altoona area. The support which it has Given to civic patriotic recreational Industrial and Church projects has been outstanding. The Altoona Mirror has been a tremendous asset to Blair county. Please accept my Best wishes for your continued Success. We have worked together for published in the vain Hope of Oosting circulation figures. In your role As president and Jeneral manager of the Mirror printing company you have earned the lion s Shaie of credit or the Success achieved. In his connection you have been assisted greatly by a Fine staff which deserves commendation or the faithful discharge of their duties in the printing Plant bus Ness office or the editorial rooms f have in mind from he editorial standpoint your own great ability As a writer coupled with your administrative skill n directing the destiny of what Las proved to be a highly successful newspaper Enterprise. In extending Heartiest congratulations on the 90th birthday anniversary of the Altoona Mir ror i wish to Salute the hundreds of its Loyal employees very proud of you which include newsboys and Holt anger and your family distributors because they Are responsible to a marked degree or the Success achieved under your Able and efficient Leader ship. I am mindful in particular of the great contributions to Success that have been made by managing editor Herman s. Reifsnyder and City editor j. Edward Benney. It is my sin Cere Hope that you and your Able editors will enjoy Many the welfare of Blair county. It activity in the will be a pleasure for me to fled journalism As you seek continue to cooperate with you to make our area in Pennsyl Vania one of the finest in the state and the nation. J. Irving Whalley congressman having just Learned that the Mirror printing company is celebrating its 90th anniversary on june 13, i take this Opportunity to Forward my sincere ror on june 13. Congratulations arid Best wishes. I have watched during my boyhood from 1914, i was a Mirror Carrier and the name Altoona Ter and better. Mirror always tills me with nostalgia. I remember grandpa Slep and or. Dan Slep or. Henck or. Cole and Fred of Pennsylvania. Pearce All i had the Day you j personal dealings in these important business transactions. Those were the Days when Many paper routes and it was my first experience in real business of Era tation. We purchased the papers two for 1 cent and sold nation and delivered them for i cent thereby reaping a profit of 100 per cent. Subscriptions then were 25 cents per month. I the experience and training i received has always served me in Good Stead. My route reached from Lith Aye. And 10th St. To the faithful reporting of the the Lapierre hotel at 6th ave. And 25th St. While i am at it Ted May .1 again weather and in All the different climates of controversy through congratulate you upon which our nation has passed your i i am proud to have been a have 4 number of Socia Ted with the Altoona Mir ror for More than four decades out of the nine and i have a Are chafed the Opportunity to serve such a great newspaper. David Lawrence times expressing my personal appreciation for the valuable messages that they bring to the people and i know that they Are much appreciated far and wide. Again with sincere Best wishes for your continued Success and Fine service to the people in a Job Well done and with my hat off to the Altoona Mirror. John m. Klepser president judge i am informed that june 13 Marks the 90th anniversary of and the Mirror. May i take this Opportunity to congratulate you All the Mem Bers of your staff and employees for Many years of faithful serv ice o All the areas of the county of Blair and its surrounding communities. You and your associates have every reason and right to feel proud of the record of the printing company and the achievements accomplished by the newspaper Over nine dec Ades of truthful interesting educational and honest reporting. May the printing company and the newspaper continue in the future As in the past to faithfully serve the people. With Best wishes Samuel h. Jubelirer judge to pay proper tribute to the fleeting the Mere so Altoona Mirror on achieving 90 Community from a a years of rewarding growth and or me Brilliant journalistic service to Salute the Mirror s revered founder or. Harry Slep and his Able successors and to recognize your capable employees this the world s largest Independent news service and the Mirror develop to become a major and forceful influence in the Progress of the Community the stale and the newspaper Industry. All of us Send our Best wishes or the continued Success of the Altoona Mirror and we look toward to Many such anniversaries of covering the news to Gether. My kindest personal regards. Norman a. Cafarell Eastern division manager United press International the Altoona education association and officers extend congratulations and Best wishes o the Altoona Mirror and its editorial staff on the anniversary of a Fine paper. We Are sure hat your service to our professional organization is unsurpassed by any news Media any where. Betty j. Gottshall president Charles r. Dunn first vice president Dean Bowser second vice president congratulations on your 90th anniversary. Best wishes for a Rega Paul Yeakel International paper company Heartiest congratulations on your 901h birthday. Lewis l. Gwin president Gwin engineers inc. The Llyswen methodist Church extends congratulations to you on our 25th anniversary with the Doylestown Bucks county and Mirror printing company. These years have been devoted to serv be not Only to the Mirror print no company but also to our whole Community. You have car ried on the standards of the foun Der or. Karry Slep whose works Are honoured this evening on he 90th anniversary of the found no of the Mirror printing com Rany. We Are very proud of you or. O maintain the enviable Posi lion occupied by the Mirror among Pennsylvania s leading daily newspapers. Happy birthday James e. Van Zandt special representative of the governor congratulations on the 90th anniversary of the Altoona Mir Praise All the High principles that of represent. Our prayers and wishes Are with you As you continue to Cerve our Community. Official Board Llyswen methodist Church r. J. Kerns Secretary ranking state republicans continued from Page i other leaders and their com ments thursday but failed for Lack of an appointment. R uni Tun rep. Tames g. Fulton of attempted to see Eisenhower think he Scran Ion has a wonderful Chance because the moderate position is 70 per cent of the Republican party. And the extreme right Wing is Only 30 per cent. You grow up or a lot of those years and Dur ing each one the paper got bet it is a great tribute to you co workers that it is one of the leading newspapers Vania. You gave tie is one May the Altoona Mirror reign of the boys owned their own supreme for another 90 years i Hedda Hopper ninety years of service to the what a wonderful record the Altoona Mirror has made a newspaper s service to its Community and the state cannot had 125 Mirror customers and be measured in words in a Lele ram on a single anniversary t is typified by the daily rec Ord of to truth arid to Ersary. Relatively few news apers anywhere have Accuu ated 90 years of service to their communities. When one does achieve this record As you have done in Altoona the occasion Spires and encourages the United press International Are Jroud to count the Altoona Mir ror As part of our worldwide news system. On behalf of All around the e our no warmest greetings and sin Cere Best wishes to you and your colleagues. We look for Ward to Many More years of o i n t Endeavor in providing prompt and reliable coverage of each Day s news events for your readers. Mems Thomason president and general manager United press International to the Mirror on its 90th anniversary. Am most pleased and proud to be part of a great daily anlage Point history. John Chamberlain King features Syndicate on behalf of United press in most pleased is our Challenge and our wish to extend our Heartiest Conga the splendid achievements the occasion of the a Mirror nver Ibn rail anniversary of the Altoona the Mirror Over he past 90 years Are a matter of record. Your policies and magnificent fulfilment Are firmly established supreme dedication Stead fast integrity and High standards have been the Mirror s objectives from the beginning and continue to guide your Destin ies. I the Altoona Mirror s record of performance and Success merits the greatest respect and 3 wish to extend my sincere congratulations in 90 years of Mirror. The Advent of this historic occasion sent we to the files where i found that the relation Publ stud daily. Out mail Frutti Loftt Thor id Taco i paid in. Reps. Alan d. Williams jr., h. Jack Seltzer Palmyra Leb anon county. Moderate republicanism Bush said the lawmakers asked Eisenhower to endorse Scranton at the proper time or sometime Between now Ond july 13" when the gop nation Al convention starts in san Francisco. He said the other main prop of the legislator s Appeal was Scranton s ties to progressive moderate re pub we re ready to promote the candidacy of Bill Scranton be cause he reflects progressive moderate Bush said. There Are Many areas where the Success of re publican candidates will be much More difficult without the four were designated to make the trip to Gettysburg Friday by the 27 member corps of gop legislators which thought that his announce Date for the gop presidential ment was aggressive fighting and certainly was something to cheer i William j. Philadel phia gop might be too late to win the Nomina Tion but it would be better for everyone if he were Nomi it. Gov. Raymond a. Shafer delighted. I know it has of the happiest memories of my ? c j Ife. Re Nas the ability and possibly m Pic liner been a hard decision. Since i est of both Basic and higher pub am so close to him 1 know that lie education. During Tver ton. Lie education. During their ten Ore. He pointed out virtually e one Man who can unify every piece of legislation improve education in the. Common is the one Man who can also that As presidential Nomi Nee he can win the state with Thomas b. Mccabe of Cheser Republican National com Miu Eeman and chairman of the Scott paper co. Is a Clarion Call to republicans throughout the nation. He has proven he can unify diverse elements of his parly and against president Johnson would wage a dynamic Intelli 5ent and highly competitive Campaign of which All republicans could to stale rep. Alan d. Williams f Bucks county one of six leg slaters who called on Scranton thursday night urging him to seek the nomination i gave pack to him approximately the same speech he gave to me on a couple of state a peal to his conscience. It really lit him. We think it May have Hearty congratulations to the been the Straw that broke the Altoona Mirror on its 90th Anni Camel s in gets the kind of support thai be Nas a right to Albert f. Williams Centre county Republican i give him my full rep. Herman Schneebeli i7th District Scranton is the strongest candidate the re pub Means can nominate in 1584." legislators plan drive Harrisburg up re publican members up of the Penn Sylvania legislature plan a inv to harness support lawmakers in 49 other Stales for the presidential candidacy of gov. William w. Scranton. Four stale assemblymen Dis closed the Campaign Friday afer meeting in Gettysburg with former president Dwight d. My warmest congratulations Eisenhower and failing to Enist him in the Scranton Camp. Rep. Alvin c. Bush Muncy Lycoming county spokesman reflecting the interests of a great the group said it was now developing plans of Contact state House members in other Stales in an attempt to gel hem to use their influence on behalf of Bill Bush said his organization would stress to the legislators in other states that we feel their futures Are equally at repealed emphasis the statement was in refer ence to their repeated Emp has at the meeting Wilh Eisen tit a Ort for their Man but to Obain an uninstructed delegation. Ten delegates were at slake n Virginia. Of the 20 other Virginia votes at the National 19 were thought to e in the bag for Goldwater Vilh one steadfastly uncommitted. In Connecticut. Scranton. A native son was said to have a Good Chance of picking up 12 of the 16 delegates to be chos the other four were for Goldwater. Is by an Albarano residing in Cresson. The fire started in the base ment of the House and spread through the upper boor by the time the firemen arrived. Therp Price cracked by Appo Between the unsuccessful vis it thursday and Friday s meet ing Scranton announced he would be an Active Candi nomination. Is recognizes 2 legislators continued from Page i their years of leadership in the Genera Assembly of the Commonwealth have successfully sponsored legislation in the inter wealth had their support. Rep. Andrews served in the House of representatives from the House from 1959 through sen. Taylor was named to the Senate in 1940 and will have completed six successive terms this year. He served from 1947 through 1960 As president pro tempore of the Senate. Rep. Wood was first named to the House of representatives in 1922 and has served continuously since that time. Blatt receives subpoena right continued from Page 1 Lenges Absentee Voles were declared valid by the Board. Reelected Andrew j. Purcell de with an invocation by the Rev. Kilpatrick of the St. Ursala Catholic Church. Toastmaster Clifford Kock executive director of the downtown Bethlehem Busi Ness association introduced the guest speaker atty. Renald bar Ella who gave an interesting Dis course on the unspoken words of appreciation of the profession Al atty. Baretta quoted the words of Ernest Hemmingway on the definition of a firefighter when he said the outstanding attribute of the professional firefighter is courage and courage is Grace under pres sure.1 a standing ovation was Given the speaker at the conclusion of his talk. The Benediction was Given by the Rev. Stephen Ballek of St. Thomas lutheran Church. Thursday s session completed the business on the Agenda and the election of officers took place. Al Loona again was honoured when president Purcell was reelected a a unanimous Vole. A motion was approved for recession until firefighters gov. Scranton continued from Page 1 and Raymond Dietz fire Chiel John Schweder and police Chiel Edward Donner. The meeting was turned Over to president Purcell a moment of silence was head for the departed members of the association and the invocation Given by or. E. H. Frey of the firs Baptist Church. Ates were Given a tour of the Bethlehem steel plants by officials of the plants a four hour tour from where a 250 ton Furnace was opened and poured for them steel from its molten form until the completed product was witnessed by the More than 60 delegates at tending. Wednesday was begun by a re port on legislation which involved 1932 to 1938 and from 1944 All firefighters in some Way or through 1962. He was speaker of another then the firefighters own legislation was considered. Mem Bers were told that 33 Bills were sponsored 26 in the House and seven in the Senate. Three of the Hills were sponsored by the fire fighters themselves and Only one became a Bill uie two others died either in the House or Senate. The delegation after a morning of deliberation of various Cornit continued from Page 1 but Jackman reportedly said the delegates would meet Sun Day to consider officially an alterative to Lodge on the Sec Ond ballot. But the problem facing Scran ton supporters was to make on tuesday afternoon the Dele sure there is a second ballot a United press International tabulation of Delegate strength showed that Goldwater had a least 553 pledged first ballot votes with 655 needed for Nom nation. The Arizona senator was certain to pick up More Over the weekend. Scranton had 97, Lodge 43, gov. Nelson a 121 and former new York Rockefeller vice president Richard on 10, with 163 scattered among other candidates and 189 uncommitted. Local Sylvania shares contract continued from Page 1 were approved on Friday. Cussed. The delegates then acted eighteen o 32 no my Dan was in Penn syn. To under a j10.2s5 negotiate rep. James Corbett Pitts Burgh i do not believe that the governor can win if resume next round beef Flag Day Holiday on monday. Sen. Goldwater 13, picks up More first Issue continued from Page 1 i continued from Page 1 York gov i 7th St aves and or Nelson a. Rockefeller. Lewis u. Beach on Lith ave Rockefeller had 121 commit above 14th St de Delegate Voles ambassador _ a Small note heading classified advertising Colour my stated that no advertisement costing less than 2i cents will various other Candi county court rules pacing continued from Page 1 mencing As follows second Mon Day in March argument court and jury fourth monday in starch criminal court and Sec Ond monday in May civil court. Third or june term commences on the second monday n june which shall be the Quad Erly return Day with the sessions f court commencing As follows monday in june argument court and grand jury third Mon Day in june criminal court. Fourth or october Erm of court shall commence on he first monday in october which shall be the quarterly return Day Vilh the sessions of court com mencing As follows last monday n september argument court and Brand jury second monday in october criminal court hire londay in november civil court. The order by judge Klepser also directs and decrees that any sex Sling rules of court in this county which Are inconsistent with the foregoing Are hereby declared null and void As of the effective Date of this 2 in Hospital from car wreck continued from Page 1 then struck by the Reed vehicle seeks support so bounced oif the Williams while none of the other individuals in the Accident were injured the Heidler Sedan was damaged to the extent of and each of the others to the extent of at 1.10 . Today cars oper ated by Cecil Mcleary 53, of Johnstown and Fred f. Vaught 47, of 2602 6th ave. We re. Dam aged in a collision at the inter Section of routes 220 and in East Freedom. Police report the Mcleary car was crossing route 220 from 164 and failed to yield the right of Way to Vaught who was moving North on 220. Damage to the Vaud it Sedan was estimated Al s600 and to the Mcleary car Al 575. Be accepted. Repairs were being made to he stack and Bosh at Allegheny Dumace and the Furnace would of be ready for operation until september. The Altoona rolling Mill org full blast at least a month Ehmed in its orders. The baccalaureate Sermon t the Hollidaysburg ladle Emmary will be delivered to Morrow june 14 by Rev Lummer of South a Back Page Story contained he information that John Hick y. Undertaker had purchased Beautiful new Hearse Fram he Landis coach works at Lount Joy a. Also on the Back was he Story about the dedication1" t the second Baptist Church Megro on sunday june 14 this is now the i. Zion me. Church. The speakers t the dedicatory services were 3r. William Codville of Altoona i 3r. A. K. Bell of Hollidaysburg Rev George Jackson f Pittsburgh. 2 the annual Goodwill Volun a cer fire company picnic lace at Lloyd s Grove now in site of Jaffa mosque on hat Day. V construction of the new City Rison had begun on the Alley me of the present City Hall. Best Wool men suits could be i a chased for 515 at the t. Goldberg store on 10th ave be a Ween 13th and 14th its. I Henry Colclesser was ordain j d to the Baptist ministry at he first Baptist Church Al a Oona while the Rev. George Scholl of the second lutheran Surch announced his Resigna Ion to accept the pastorate of. A Barimore my lutheran Church. V finally a news Story an-1 ounces that the great Southern v circus would show in altoona1 londay june 15. Featured with be circus were Josephine Sebastian bareback rider Ennie Tumour performer on i ii High wire. I Lions. These lubes also will be third Catholic Council session continued from Page i Dom for every Man to worship according to his conscience the statement on non christians would condemn anti semitism and declare tha hat there Are no religious arguments to support it. Another Basic item the presence of the Church in the modern although Kittle was known of its contents it was believed to Deal with f Range of 20th Century problems including the population explosion and the Issue of birth con a. J10.285 Ole Bethlehem in the eve fixed Price contract Sylvania will the by a and Supply 55 Glass envelope cathode Blatt attorneys intend to ask for his band entertained the wives tubes Sylvania Tyre sc306h e the evening program was be manufactured at Sylvania s Plant in Seneca Falls the Church has taught in the last hat All forms of Hirth control except abstinence and under certain circumstances he rhythm method Are con Rary to divine Law and must 1 Blondie by Chic Young Wake today s the Dav we help the Mirror w6 want to be in Altoona Bright and King features Syndicate inc., i964i world rights reserved. Not be used. Blast kills 9, injures 111 continued from Page 1 used to admit investigators to he Campus. The president promised thai none found guilty of compile by in a sabotage plot will fee he full weight of inc dominican military Aulhorn ies also suspected sabotage iut advanced no specific Evi Dence to support their beliefs some civilians speculated however that the explosions might have been set off by a Short circuit in electrical wiring of the magazines at Camp fcb 27, across the Ozama rive rom Santo Domingo. The first explosion in a pow Der Magazine set off other am munition stores sending Bullet and grenade fragments whistling through the Camp and starting raging fires. Nixon criticizes Scranton shift continued from Page a the gop front runner sen Barry Goldwater was attributable to rather inaccurate pres reports of events at the recen governors conference in cd Csc land. The former vice presiden said Goldwater s description him As sounding More More like Harold Stassen a All a misunderstanding. Plasse a former Minnesota governo and contender for the Nomina lion has failed in past attempt at a political comeback. Nixon said the open Conven lion that would result from Scranton s entry meant in son go Idealer does win he will b a much stronger candidate lha he would have Hcan otherwise than if he won by default St. Augustine Whites March continued from Page i mail Friday night had simply Leen intent on smashing negro neg ratio drives. Marching with sooner were i Many who had been seen at the forefront of strife when negroes c entered the Rea two no gals this week negroes earlier had staged to just at on the old slave Market. There were no incidents and. Ery few White spectators on land. Police arrested 57 sons during a series of sit in i t a number of segregated res a rants in the City. The White marchers were Leld in Check by almost 200 of ices. Police cars were parked throughout the line of March Sid streets with their engines running. High powered rifles and tear Gas grenades kept in he cars were never needed. Elsewhere in the nation Jackson miss. The if negro Leader Medgar Evers i Laid solemn tribute to her slain husband Friday night and said he hoped his death one year Aeo will not have been mrs. Myrlie Evers speak no at a special memorial serv be for her husband urged that the fight for Freedom be fed on by everyone while and 1 Lack each in his own Birmingham Ala. Local integration Leader Fred shut Les Worth said he would make he entire resources of his Anli segregation organization Here available to Aid in attack no racial barriers in Tusca Rosa 60 Miles Southwest of Lere. Canton miss. An invest action continued today into re Orts of bombings at a negro. Church and Home. The Council of Federated organizations Capo said no one was in ured in the two blasts before Dawn Friday. Johnson Erhard warn Russia continued from Page 1 of the trealy. But if added that both agreed that no unilateral move by the soviet Union could n any Way affect the rights of he three Wesley Powers or modify the obligations and responsibilities of the soviet in on with respect to Germany and Johnson and Erhard stressed that the soviet government would be solely responsible for he consequences of any at empt at interference with Al led rights resulting from the new trealy the communique peking charges official killed continued from Page 1 scribed the attacking planes As u. S. Made but did not Indi Cate whether the aircraft bore the markings of the United Stales or the Royal laotian air Force. In lighting Friday West of the vital Plains pcs Jarres Patchet lao troops drove neutralise de fenders from the strategic Post at Phou Kout. Souvanna announced that u. S. Jet recoil Naissance planes were re suming operations

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