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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Charleston, West VirginiaCow Lemon saturday. June 5.1955 no. 1 Cadet and famous Guad Cadet Daniel w. Christman of Hudson Ohio no. 1 Man among this year s West Point graduates greets former president Eisenhower upon his arrival to attend the 50th reunion of his class of wire photo. Class the stars fell on Point welcomes Ike to reunion West Point . A former president Dwight d. Eisenhower has returned to the is a Day landings in France ancient Bluff above Lite Hudson which he directed As supreme River for a reunion of West Allied commander on june 6, Point s most famous group the 1944. Class of 1915. The five Star general arrived Friday and embarks today on reunion ceremonies with 64 Fel sunday s program includes a picnic for the 1915 alumni. Monday is alumni Day and Eisenhower is scheduled to Par Low clansmen who have shared tic Pate in ground breaking cer in 50 years of War and peace monies in connection with a highlight of the reunion s first 8 to 10 year acad Day for the class the stars few on is a late afternoon cocktail party followed by the alumni dinner and dance. The class appellation derives from the fact that 59 of the 164 graduates of 1915 became general officers. The Only other five Star Gen eral among them is Omar n. Bradley also expected for the june week reunion at the . Military Academy. Eisenhower s sojourn Here will extend Over sunday the 21st anniversary of world War one bite sandwiches skimpy astronaut meals Cost Houston Tex. A while astronauts James a. Me Divitt and Edward ii. White i Aren t eating gourmet fowl ii space the Bill for what they consuming in their four a Light is sky High. Each meal costs about pheasant under Glass lobster ail Champagne no sir dry Cereal Bacon and egg bites toasted bread cubes am Orange juice made up the firs meal. Both astronauts relished the meal. White has a reputation liking breakfasts. Mcdivitt also a Man note ror his appetite had the sumo breakfast. Neither Man com a clod on the expensive food. Their space menu includes i Inch beet and Gravy Corn Oast Date Fruitcake and Tea supper pea soup Salmon salad Toast fruit cocktail and or me juice. Late snack or Ange Grapefruit juice Chicken Sandwich chocolate pudding jul Peanut cubes. The High Price for such Low Ost Chow results from the fact gemini briefs the visit is Eisenhower s first o the Point since 1961, when he received the Sylvanus Thayer award As an outstanding graduate of the Academy. He attended the 45th reunion of his class in 1960. Eisenhower 74, wearing a Lomburg and Gray business suit commented Friday As he strolled past members of the class of 65 i think the army improves every Harvard class of 1940 paying tribute to Juk Cambridge mass. A Harvard s class of 1940 _ soon for the 25th anniversary of their graduation but the most Pur classmate illustrious member will be miss we the Harvard College gathers class of 1940 dedicate our Twenty fifth anniversary report to ing. For these men were the class mates of the late president John f. Kennedy. More than 500 of the 927 living members of the class Are expected for the five Day reunion beginning june 13. The class dedicated its 25th anniversary report to the president something which never had been done before. The frontispiece of the Book bears a picture of Kennedy and the inscription with Pride and a deep sense of loss. John Fitzgerald Kennedy president of the United states 1961-1963 member of the class of 1940 member of the 1940 Perma nent class committee member of the Board of Kennedy is one of 86 deceased members of the class whose late names will be read at a memo rial service at Harvard s memo rial Church. The class is memorializing him in another Way. It is establishing a John f. Kennedy scholarship to be awarded undergraduate students at the College. Community agencies plan summer program the annual business meeting the Community Council of wha county will Lake place on tuesday this month instead wednesday. The Date is june 15. There will be a noon lunch the Daniel Boone hotel. The Gram speaker will he gov. Smith. President James h. Davis Iii the annual election of officers will take place. Agencies according to the coun cil bulletin Are turning their at Tention this month toward summer recreation. The Owca Day Camp for girls Ages 6 through 14, will begin monday. The county state and Federal Proba Tion and parole Council will have a luncheon meeting at Quarrier diner. Election of officers is scheduled. Of will open june 20 at Camp gala the Myca Day Camp program begins june 14. Camping periods of will continue through july 26, and will include both Day and Resi Dent camping. A Tri state area a teen leadership conference planned june 20-2c at Chatham College Pittsburgh a. Carnap kno Koma for diabetic children Ages 7 through 15 Kana had Henry c. Chitwood chairman of the general committee arranging for the second health Fai in for Kanawha county has an pronounced the theme wifi be team ing up for better John said Steven is chairman of the proper ties and staging committee mrs George Sharp and Phil Dupon Are co chairmen of the Public relations committee. More than 40 organizations Al ready have signed to take space at the fair to be staged in ii Kanawha civic Center sept. 17-19. Chs class of 1918 to meet june 12 Charleston High school class 1918 will hold a reunion june 12 at 6 . At Sterling Atlantic restaurant. John Malloy is president s be Jarrett vice president and mrs. Eunice Eisensmith Davis Secretary treasurer. The class has held an Annua reunion since 1936. Is Clyd Houston Tex. Apas Ron auts James a. Mcdivitt and Edward h. White ii carry built n alarm clocks in their helmets n Case both should fall asleep at the same time and the ground wants to communicate with them. Any of the ground stations around the world can summon hem by sending a radio signal which triggers the Buzzer dubbed an Astro alarm. Tex. A the gemini 4 flight is Noi Only the longest . Space flight but in Erms of space chatter transmitted by Mission control in Louston the most voluble one. A great Deal of astronautical conversation has been transmit de this time due to improved communications clearer tapes and the disposition of Edward i. White ii and command Pilot Ames a. Mcdivitt. However Veteran space ands Here say Walter Schirra who took a six orbit ride in Pace probably talked the most keeping up a running chatter with Mission control most of his flight. Aboard Wasp a St of recovery operations for astronauts May be reduced in future flights. John Stonesifer recovery Eam Leader aboard this prime ship said that As Engi neers gain More Confidence in spacecraft systems there will be less need for the four major re covery zones in use for gemini 4 and previous manned flights it s possible that Well eliminate one recovery zone for gemini 5, if All goes Stonesifer said. There Are zones in the West and West and East Atlantic. West Atlantic is Pri Mary zone for gemini 4. If one zone is eliminated ii would be in the West Pacific. 800 ships keep spaceship patrol in three oceans Houston Tex. We More than 800 . Navy and Mer chant ships Are d i s p e r s e t around the world in supporting Maneu vers for the gemini space flight. These to num Ber at least 841, according to space Agency of be radioed at any time and Asket for assistance in bringing the gemini Craft Back safely to Earth. Although the ass Wasp is expected to be the main re covery ship the other vessels could be alerted should the space Craft head Down outside the primary recovery area. Plans Call for the Wasp to Pluck the astronauts out of the sea about 11 . Est Mon Day some 400 Miles South o Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean space Agency spokesmen said 268 supporting ships were in Thi in 530 in the Pacific am 43 in the Indian oceans. In addition i Navy recovery ships and four military sea transportation service tracking vessels Are officially Assignee to the historic gemini 4 mis that the foods Are specially made for space. The sandwiches and cubes can be eaten in one bile with no All the food is freeze dried compressed and dehydrated with the exception of the bite size candies the other dishes must be reconstituted with water. Aboard the spacecraft Al launch were in packages i two Man meals and four 1-Man meals. They Are marked in Day and by meal. Each pack for age is connected to a Nylon line prevents them from get ing out of order when floating inside the compartment. All the foods Are Low in Rosi. Due in indigestible fiber and in Gas producing elements. Each Man was to eat 15 times on the 4-Day trip. Mcdivitt and White picked Oul he foods they wanted after tying out All the items on the menu. The food is pretty said Mcdivitt. There Are some hings that just Don t Appeal to be. I would t like them whether they were dehydrated or Mcdivitt a sea food connoisseur chose several fish dishes while White did t take any. We have a Dawn a noon and an evening every 45 minutes so be can eat breakfast four times a Day if we Mcdivitt oked before the flight. I kept Elling them that it was a Good Lea four breakfasts a Day but nobody bought spacemen continued from Page one same Chargi medical Check and read them map coordinates. Then he added rather matter Iff factly i d also like to con Matulate you on a new Ameri can space flight the weather local National daily almanac Sun and Mem Sun Rose . Sun sets . Moon sets . Barometer in ending noon 29.12 steady relative humidity noon 55% hourly Airport temperatures 1 2 p. In 3 4 h n 7 f 9 10 11 Midnight Friday 1 . National predict showers and thunders Liowns saturday night Over the Central Plains eastward through the old mass Helppi the Ohio and Tennessee valleys. Ii will he Milder in the Eastern Pacific Northwest Anil cooler in the Plains Jungt ii predicted were photo Imp

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