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Burlington Daily Times News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Burlington, North Carolina Weather partly Cloudy and warm tonight and sunday. Roundup on Page 5-a. The daily times news times jews family today circulation 20,901 reaching More than 20,5#0 Alamance county Home with so we readers prick associated a res associated afternoon dailies a Page vol. 81 a no. 299 five cents a ,jsw5h be Quot Burlington n. Cd a saturday june 5, 1965 is is flu toss skiis 28 sections astronauts at Halfway Mark today unidentified satellite is viewed new endurance record is set by Howard Benedict a aerospace writer miss Usa a the fairest of the fair miss Usa is sue Ann Downey of Columbus Ohio. She was crowned last night in Miami Beach As Winner from a Field of 47 contestants. She will represent the United states in the miss universe pageant in july. Ohio girl is new miss Usa by Kelly Smith Washington apr president Johnson has called for a new civil rights Effort to achieve True Equality for the american negro a not just Equality As a right and a Johnson delivering the commencement address Friday night at predominantly negro Howard University said the great majority of negro americans a still Are another a despite the court orders and the Laws the victories and speeches for them the Walls Are rising and the Gulf is widening a the president said. Citing statistics on employment and income to show that negroes in some ways Are faring worse today than 5 or to years ago Johnson said this represented an a american the president who took the occasion to announce plans for a special White House conference next fall to explore such problems said a it is not enough to open the Gates of Opportunity. All our by the associated press Unity a is essential but not enough a not the Johnson speech and con Ference plan brought Praise from several leaders of essentially negro organizations. Whitney Young jr., executive director of the National Urban league said it was a a magnificent statement showing sensitivity and see lbs on Page 3-a graduation weekend to begin Miami Beach Fla. A a stunning blonde Beauty from Ohio who dreamed As a child of becoming a nun holds the scepter today of miss . Statuesque sue Ann Downey 20, of Columbus Ohio won the Crown Friday night Over 14 other finalists in the Field of 47 and will represent this country in next months miss universe pageant. First runner up and sues Standin is Jane Nelson who As p voice major at Arizona state University represent Ted that state. She lives in Tularosa n m., and was a finalist in last Falls miss America pageant As miss new Mexico. Judy Baldwin of Clovis n.m., was second runner up. The youngest entrant Julie Andrus 18, of Mayfield ky., was third. Blonde Dianna Batts a Secretary at the Pentagon in Washington from Falls Church va., was fourth. A a in a elated. I done to believe it. It seems so so impossible a said the shapely 35-24-35 Inch 5-foot-8 Ohio state University coed. A a it a the most marvelous thing that has Ever happened to usually Calm and poised sue ripped through rehearsals so fast thursday she ended in bed with ice packs for an injured leg. But it was nerves not the leg that bothered her in fridays finals. She was still shaking after the crowning was Over. Sue won $5,000 in Cash a $5,-000 personal appearance contract and a Mink coat among other prizes. A this is Well its beyond dreams. When i was a child i wanted to be a nun. Now most important to me is being a Good wife and the Man a a he la be the kind that a honest someone you can right now she says a there Are lots of her proud parents the John e. Downers and Brothers Jeff la and David 17, were Here for the crowning. Like others they noticed a striking resemblance Between sue Ann Ami her predecessor Bobbi Johnson of Washington . To sue that a no problem. She says each girl is judged individually in Beauty contests and All her life. A no a resemblance wont Hurt me. There Are Many _ citizens must have the ability to walk through those Gates. A this is the next and the More profound Sage of the Battle for civil rights. We seek not just Freedom but Opportunity a not just Legal equity but human ability a not just Equality As a High and a theory but equally As a fact and a Johnson applauded frequently spoke of seeking Justice for the negro and said a i pledge this will be a chief goal of my administration and of my program next year and in years to come. I Hope it will be part of the program of All Johnson who looked ahead to a time a when the Only difference Between negroes and Whites is the color of their skin a said a the task is to give 20 million negroes the same Chance As every other american to learn and grow a to work and share in society a to develop their abilities physical mental and spiritual a and to pursue their individual for this he said equal oppor commencement weekend be Gan today for most of the states major colleges and urn verities which prepared to Send thousands of Young graduates to their vocations. Commencements scheduled this weekend include Duke the University of North Carolina Wake Forest Charlotte College Davidson and Salem College. At the University of North Carolina today was registration for commencement. The baccalaureate Sermon will be delivered sunday by the it. Rev Thomas h. Wright of Wilmington Bishop of the episcopal diocese of East Carolina. The commencement speaker monday will be or. Douglas m Knight president of Duke uni verify. Gov. Dan Moore and University president William Friday will present the degrees or. Gordon n. Ray president of the John Simon Guggenheim memorial foundation of new York will be the Duke commencement speaker monday. Or. Knight will deliver the Bac see graduation Page 3-a Houston Tex. Up a astronauts James a. Mcdivitt and Edward h. White ii passed the Halfway Mark of their record space flight today their routine broken by unidentified satellites and Little league baseball scores. Americans newest heroes who cracked the . Space endurance Mark Friday night reached the mid Point of their Marathon journey at 11 15 . Est As their gemini 4 space ship sailed High above the nation during orbit no. 32. Mission control reported the Craft and pilots in excellent condition. White slept through one attempt to give him a routine medical Check and had to be awakened later in the 27th orbit for the exam. As the spacecraft crossed Over the libyan desert Early in its 29th orbit the Canary islands tracking station told the astronauts a everything looks Good from a everything in Here is go a White also got the Good news that his son Eddie la got one hit out of three times at Bat in a talk to husbands in space a the wives of the gemini 4 Crew Patricia i Frague Baeb no tory White at left and Pat Mcdivitt talk to their husbands who Are speeding around the in a us Asia la Salon Globe in their space capsule. The wives went to the Houston Mission control Center t a a ague Voctor Hov a a fallen a Aurine n acc Tho i unit not Tot xxx Quot to Tai te3m of has Sony Mako yesterday and talked to the men during a pass telephoto. 49 communists killed Viet Force strikes Back by Ronald i. Deutsch direct bomb hit the spokesman reconnaissance missions Saigon Viet apr government forces badly battered by Viet Cong ambushes in reported. In other strikes the spokesman said trucks and Bridges across the United states. Up won Mission control said the pilots had reported no More sightings of the unidentified object Mcdivitt reported during the 19th orbit. Officials listed at least la Earth satellites most of them fragments or space debris in the general area of Mcdivittt a rang sighting. As they whirled through their a Supply depot and a Power j seemingly endless voyage Mcdivitt and White were pro ing Over three routes. Recent Days backs to on Page 3-a a in excellent phys Al in this Corner on her Way to school Winston a Salem or a a Winston Salem woman a car jumped the curb and struck the Forsyth county courthouse As she was trying to Park beside it. Damage was nominal. She was on her Way to the courthouse to attend a Drivers improvement class she told a Man who went to her Aid. Posse seeks Man who killed Trio by Bux w. Dean big Springs neb. Apr a huge posse spread out across sprawling Plains of Western Nebraska and Eastern Colorado today Hunting an icy Calm gunman who killed three Bank employees with shots in the Back and wounded a fourth. A every available Man in too about obtaining a loan. Then he Miles is taking part a said Sher pulled a pistol and ordered the four victims to lie on the floor face Down. Franklin Kjeldgaard Wasny to certain what happened next. But state authorities said the Iff Floyd Stahr. Late Friday sheriff Stahr a 6-foot-4 Man in a wide brim Western hat made his Headquarters in the Bank. State troopers Fri agents sheriffs officers and police from neighbouring towns trooped in to report to him. The 510 residents of this Village astride the Denver to North Platte Highway to Miles North of the Colorado Border were stunned by the killings Friday. A i have no idea Why he shot them a said county atty. Robert Richards. A they did no to resist when he told them to Lay Down on their the gunman fired eight times As the four Lay on the floor of the Farmers state Bank. Three see posse on Page 3-a . State official hits ban the Aid of armed . Helicopters and claimed today they killed 49 communist guerrillas in a single action Friday. A . Military spokesman reported that Quick action by . Army helicopter Crews accounted for 20 of the Viet Cong dead. Nightrider fire at chief Deputy Bogalusa la. A condition. White suffered no apparent after effects from the 20-minute excursion he made out Side the capsule shortly after thursdays launching from Cape Kennedy. But no american has spent As much time orbiting the Earth gunmen fired six bullets in a a and the medics were on the Al six reds were captured and the Home of the chief Deputy sheriff Early today As officers Ert is fat a of physical or detection satellite launched May 25 from Cape Kennedy. At a Midnight press briefing Mission control officials said they had determined at least to Earth satellites were within about 600 Miles of the spacecraft at the time Mcdivitt reported the sighting. The Pega see astronauts Page 3-a food Cost High even in space Houston Tex. A while astronauts James a. Mcdivitt and Edward h. White ii Arentt eating gourmet food in space the Bill for what they Are consuming in their four Day flight is sky High. Each meal costs about $255. Pheasant under Glass lobster Tail Champagne no sir dry Cereal Bacon and egg bites toasted bread cubes and Orange juice made up the first meal. Their space menu includes lunch a beef and Gravy Corn Toast Date Fruitcake and Tea. Supper a pea soup Salmon salad Toast fruit cocktail and Orange juice. Late snack a or Inge grape fruit juice Chicken Sandwich chocolate pudding and Peanut cubes. The High Price for such Low Cost Chow results from the fact that the foods Are specially made for space. The sandwiches and cubes can be eaten in one bite with no crumbs. All the food is freeze dried compressed and dehydrated. Eight others taken As suspects in the operation near Vinh Long 55 Miles Southwest of Saigon. Vietnamese units continued to pressed their investigation of a terrorist style murder. Chief Deputy Doyle Holliday u. Who lives about four Miles out Holliday said he and his wife of town said he rushed from were silting in a room behind comb the area saturday with his House and emptied his .38 the Kitchen the support of armoured and a magnum pistol at a fleeing car. A the bullets hit the Wall right Tillery units. A perhaps one of the shots did us a he said. Four government soldiers re some damage but i am not sure and state in my Lahore of Portelly were killed and four he said. Tory investigators were making two of the bullets fired by casts of the tire tracks made by the Nightrider ripped through the car As it drove Down a Cir mental deterioration that might result from Long exposure to the hostile weightless environment. If there is trouble a and it May not show up until after they return to Earth monday a it could affect the whole future american manned space Raleigh a the chairman of the North Carolina state University faculty Senate is died instantly. The fourth we a critically wounded. Killed were Andreas Kjeldgaard 77, a Bachelor who was president of the Bank Glen n Hendricksen 59, the cashier and Lois Ann Hothan 35, bookkeeper. Fraklin Kjeldgaard 25, Nephew of Andreas was taken to a Denver Hospital with wounds in the neck and Back. The Hospital said today he was in critical condition. It was noon when the gunman drove up to the Little red Brick Bank on main Street. Franklin Kjeldgaard barely Able to talk told police the Man a did no to seem Tough when he entered the Bank. He said the killer was about 35, and wore his hair Crew Cut. He was neatly dressed in a dark suit. Only the senior Kjeldgaard and his three employees were in the Bank. The Man first asked to be studied. Or. William j. Block issued a statement Friday condemning the 1963 Law which bans communists or persons who have pleaded the fifth amendment in loyalty hearings from speaking at state supported colleges. When asked what he thought of gov. Dan Moore a proposal that a commission study the Law or. Block said a i done to think it has to be about half the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro has threatened to resign if the Law results in loss of accreditation and 175 Mem hers of the faculty at unc at Chapel Hill have done the same. The Southern association of colleges and schools says the Law infringes on academic free Dom and could Force it to with see n. C. On Page 3-a others were wounded with a . Army adviser in fridays clash. The adviser was struck in the left by hand grenade fragments. He was not injured seriously. Government forces were not As fortunate in another engagement Friday. They reportedly killed five Viet Cong but suffered 18 dead two wounded and 32 missing themselves after a communist battalion attacked three hamlets 265 Miles Northeast of Saigon. This brought to 299 the toll of government forces killed wounded or missing in action in the last three Days. The High toll and pronouncements by a High . Military spokesman and a communist chinese propaganda Organ underscored that the Long awaited Viet Cong Monsoon offensive had begun. The . Spokesman said in Saigon Friday that a the important Battle of the summer of 1965 has just been joined. Events have been such that we Are moving into an important period of the the new China news Agency described the Viet Cong offensive As a a glorious Page in the annals of the liberation War in South Viet a Brilliant Page in a Peoples Advent of the Monsoon is throwing the . Aggressors into still greater panic. A bigger defeat is in store for them a three . Air strikes were reported against North vietnamese targets today. Twenty a4 sky Hawks supported by eight f8 crusaders from the Carrier Bon homme Richard blasted the Ben Thuy port facilities at Vinh about 160 Miles South of Hanoi. Pilots said they hit an offshore wharf with missiles and damaged a Coal Yard and warehouses in the raid. An antiaircraft site was blasted with a the Kitchen Wall. Two hit an air Cular driveway leading to Holu conditioning unit and another Days 10r?, flight. The astronauts reported seeing another satellite whirling through the heavens Friday and trackers today were tj7ing to the Holliday House is situated determine which one it might lodged in the Wall of a Breeze ,. Way to the garage the other about 300 Yards off a Blacktop have been could not be located in the Road West of Bogalusa. Mcdivitt said that during the agents also were probing for i 19th orbit he sighted an orbiting the slugs that Tore into the object a with big arms sticking House. he took movies but the Holliday who is White said he glaring Sun prevented him Iden nto the shooting v Washington had been Home about Hal an tidying it or estimating its Dis parishes first negro Deputy Sher Bour when the shooting oct j darkness. The shooting came As state Federal and local officers pressed a massive investigation iffy of Neal Moore. A White Man charged in the Case Ernest r. Mcelveen 41, of Bogalusa waived extradition Friday and was returned to Louisiana from Tylertown miss., where he was arrested. See Nightrider Page 3-a Tance from the gemini 4. There was some speculation it was the Pegasus 2 meteoroid amusements 2a Bridge 5a business Page 6a classified. 4b comics. 6-7b doctor j.5a editorials .4 a obituaries .6b sports .2-3b stocks .6a to radio. 2a weather .5a women a news .7-11a baptists face new pathway by George w. Cornell j a religion writer Dallas Tex. A hav Jing mapped their new path Southern baptists today faced the task of walking it. A a turning Point a their con a mention president the Rev. Or. Wayne Dehoney commented in appraising the results of the denominations 108th annual convention which closed Friday night after four Days of ses a Sions. It sketched a freshly moderating course for the big predominantly White Southern Church body revising some past positions and projecting it More strongly into contemporary social concerns. The convention signalled a shift from a reactionary negative thinking and introspection see baptists on Page 3-a practice session for monday practice procedures following the securing of a flotation device on a replica of the gemini spaceship. They Are a rep preparing for the Landing monday of the gemini 4 spaceship which is carrying astronauts de White and James Mcdivitt in orbit around the Earth. Landing is set for 12 06 . Monday. Up telephoto. Lbs Calls for new rights move by Frank Cormier

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