European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 20 1968, Page 6

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 20, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 6 the stars and stripes Royalty Valerie Dickerson of Riverside calif., beams wit pleasure As she receives the National College Queen title. At left is Mike Douglas Host of the show. A photo journalism major California negro wins College Queen Crown West Palm Beach Fla. Up san Jose state Colleg Homecoming Queen Valerie Laverne Dickerson has won the title of National College Queen. The attractive Brown Eye Brunette a negro was crowned before a nationwide television journalism m a j o a miss Dickerson amassed 2,945 Points to win the title Over contestants from the 49 other is the first negro to receive the runner up was Colorado s College Queen Sharron Diann Dorward of Boulder with 2,911 Points. Second runner up was Susan Renee Fison of fair Banks Alaska with 2,909 of Competition the girls All leaders on the irrespective campuses were Cho sen to compete for the title on the basis of their Scholastic accomplishments intelligence and their Community service Dickerson a 5-foot, 3 Inch 111-Pound Queen won $10,000 in prize Money and gifts including a trip to Europe and a new contestants were scored in 11 competitive events including homemaking arts education and Campus life current events general knowl Edge Safe driving Money management and Dickerson of Riverside calif., served on the College radio television news staff and was a free Lance writer for the Campus newspaper. The 22,000 students at the College selected her 1968 Home coming Queen. She is the daughter of air Force it. Col. Ret and mrs. William Dicker son. Her ambition is to pursue c career in broadcast journalism panel on violence to Sty 3 major types of Washington up chairman Milton Eisenhower said tuesday that the pres ident s commission on violence would investigate three major areas of lawlessness political assassination criminal attack son individuals and mass disorders such As a statement after the first meeting of the 10-membercommission named by president Johnson after the slaying often. Robert f. Kennedy Eisenhower said we Are today a free open and progressive society. We shall remain so by finding ways to achieve our goals without violence. We Hope our commis Sion can help to illumine the express our Confidence that Liberty Progress and order Are not other aim Eisenhower said that in addition to the three major areas of investigation the commission also would focus on the Sale and control of guns the Structure of Law and la enforcement the influence of the mass Media and the historical cultural religious and other factors relating to an understanding of said the commis Sion would first try to measure the extent of violence and understand its causes and develop Concrete recommendations to control and reduce the Domestic violence which now seems to be scourging this Start work with open minds Eisenhower we do not begin our Effort at dead said the commission would build on the work of congressional committees previous commissions and social scientists. The brother of the former president who is president emeritus of Johns Hopkins University said the commission has asked executive director Lloyd Cutler to organize a staff and present a series of staff reports. He added Public hearings would be held later inthe summer. The next meeting of the commission was scheduled for some time before july 10. Eisenhower also announced lifer jailed for 18 years gets acquittal in retrial Easton a. A a Man who served 18 years of a life sentence for murder was free tuesday after a judge directed a verdict of acquittal in a Wallis Shook his Law yer s hand after being free monday but otherwise showed no emotion. He said he planned to try to get a Job in the Easton area in Eastern , convicted May 8, 1950, was sentenced to life in the 1949strangulation of mrs. Bertha Reppert in her Northampton House. The Pennsylvania supreme court last month ordered Walli retried after an alleged Confes Sion was ruled Clinton Budd Palmer after hearing arguments by Law yers for both sides told the jury to return a verdict of innocent. On the basis of All evidence introduced in this Case there has not been enough evidence to sustain a Case of second degree murder Palmer from the first trial by the medical examiner and Boarder at mrs. Reppert s House was read since both have since died. The appointment Arr new York City a executive director m Campbell Washin ton Sal counsel and col. A Mcdonald Providence a administrative officer boy astronomer discovers com Cambridge mass. A a 16-year-old Texas boy was credited tuesday with discover ing the second new Comet to be observed in 1968.officials at the smithsonian astrophysical Observatory said Mark Whitaker of Bishop tex.,is the youngest person Ever to be credited with discovering a Observatory s Central Tele Gram Bureau a Clearing House for information on celestial Phenomena said the Comet has been named Whitaker Thomas for the Texas youth and professional astronomer who confirmed his Observatory said Whitaker told them he first spotted the Comet jute 14 using a four Inch i Telescope on the third in sky watch deliberately j to find a Comet. Hesami served it again june a Norman g. Thomas a signal astronomer at u Servator in Flagstaff ported spotting the co ii 17 on a photographic planto Trace the asteroid the Cornet apparently Kkt Tail and is too faint to of by the naked Eye but Iriti Scopes it can most a spotted Low on the in Southern sections United states. The year s first Comet ered april 30 by five Jan Amateur astronomers do a pm her new Boss rep. Paul Findley Riu another Eisenhower Fettet to washing my. 11 n Iii Mer president Dwigh , began i i i work tuesday n the o rep. Paul pm Dow a Ifor 10 weeks this Sui will help answer int 1 Washington a an other Eisenhower has taken a Job in the nation s Anne Eisenhower 19 year old granddaughter of for p o g o wnk/j7uxjk, met in g ing a vis w me4aboutasumnijj i and daughter Linhos pc Eisenhower. Quacks two heat. No. Last two m0?1 Reed patient at " Hospital

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