Independent from Long Beach, California on March 31, 1962 · Page 6
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 6

Long Beach, California
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Saturday, March 31, 1962
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A»6-INDEPtNDENT IMf Iwk. CW'I. ttl. Mm» II. III! KKADMITTKI) Ted Kennedy Airs Harvard, Incident BOSTON 111 -- Fdward M. Kennedy, y o u n g e s t '·brother of the 1'iesidcnt, said "Friday he was asked to leave Harvard college in his fresh ·man year in I!OI, after a dean learned he had a friend ·take an examination for him. Both Kennedy and his friend, who was not identified, were asked to withdraw. Kennedy. HO. is a candidate ;for the Democratic nomina lion for the U. S. Senate scat his brother, John F. Kennedy vacated after his election to the presidency in I960. Kennedy told the story be cause rumors of it have been THOUIU.KI)? mil GIM-79»7 Coins the rounds In Massachusetts (or some days. HE SAW lit: was 18 when lie entered Harvard in the fall of inso. "During the second semester of rr.y freshman year I made a mistake." he said. "I was having dilliculty in me course, a foreign language. "I became so appithensivir that I arranged for a fellow freshman friend to take the examination for me in that course. The dean learned of this and my friend and I were asked to withdraw, with the understanding that we might rcapply for admission after a period of absence." he said. Kennedy enlisted in the Army, and served two years in the infantry in Kurope. On his return he was readmitted to Harvard. So was the friend who had taken the i:i)\VAUI) M. KENNEDY Graduation Day, I95G RICKEY'S S' !II "J Out Con-pM. Sled -- R,.Jy.|o-W,.r. l;. 9 ,M. 1 Sport..,.r. MUST CIEAR AT ONCE j LC;;S BEACH EVERYTHING MUST GO 11 Further Final Reductions DRESSES ifj. 11.95 r.g 19.95 to 2 5 9 5 r. ? 35.95 r.-, 4 9 9 5 KNIT SUITS t1. 39 95 .. .. «·. 49.95 r.j. 59.55 SKIRTS r..). 7.95 r.j 11.95 BLOUSES r9 MS i.-j 8 9 5 CAPRIS "9. 595 rr r 195 r.a. 995 t.lo. Celt $5.00 SI 0.00 $16.00 $22.00 $26.00 $34.00 $38.00 kilo* ecit $3.49 $6.00 tile- ceil $2.22 $3.44 ti!o- tcit $3.00 $4.22 $5.49 BLOUSES G",O' "1^ Reg. $8.95 B HOSE iox OF lit Quality Demi-Toe Reg. $1.29 pr. SENSATIONAL VALUES IN ALL DETRIMENTS R.nhAinffKaid--In1rrnjti.n4l rickeu 6 Di '( I I Is 9 t. M 5.1.--10 13 t P. M. S..-.M05P.M 4274 Atlantic Ave..L.B. 1 : GA 7-7092 NO LAT-AWATS -- NO CHARGE -- ALL SALES FINAL Astronauts Urge JFK to Cancel Slayton Ban examination as Kennedy. :i favor to KOIll LAI HI took part in intercollegiate athletics. In his second try at Harvard. Kennedy said, "I worked hard, passed all my courses-some with honors--and was graduated in cwxl standing in !)5r,." When he enrolled in the law course at the University of Virginia he said authorities there were fully aware of the Harvard incident. He was graduated three years later.j ind was admitted to the bar! in Massachusetts. I "What I did was wrong."j Kennedy said. "I have re-' prcttcd it ever since. The u n - j iinppincss I caused my family and friends, even though 11 years ago. has been a bitter experience for me hut it has al«o Ix'cn a very valuable lesson." WASHINGTON (UPI) -Donald K. (L)ckc) Slayton's fellow astronauts appealed to I'rcsidcnt Kennedy to reverse the decision disqualifying him from the second U.S. orbital space flight, it was Icarr.cU Friday. Nothing apparently came of the plea. The Air Force major still is grounded. Out a source close to the astronauts said they were "damned upset" about the abrupt shelving of Slayton because of an intermittent heart flutter. The spacemen were said to have begun to "simmer down a little" now, but Slayton and his six colleagues still insist that he should not have been scrubbed. The sequel to Ma rine Lt. Col. John 11. Glenn Jr.'s three-orbit flight of Feb. 20 is scheduled for May. Slayton in a letter to the mayor of his home town, Sparta, Wis.. said he felt his disqualification 1 was the re suit of "ignorance of the quested by "new people" in problem and resulting panic" on the part of certain officials within the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA). Slayton told Sparta Mayor There have been reports that Ralph Osbomc that the mat- tcr could "best be resolved through education of responsible personnel." NASA D e p u t y Director Hugh L. Drydcn and the astronauts' personal physician, as well as others closely connected with the Project Mercury program, had been aware of Slayton's heart flutter for 2'/J years. Drydcn and Dr. William K. Douglas both said they felt the decision was a mistake. Slayton said his physical per- by the heart flutters. Drvden said a review of Slayton's condition by an Air eluding the city of Leon. Force medical board was re Malfunction Halts X'15 Test EDWARDS AIK F O R C E engine Ignitor had failed to BASE. /P» -- An attempt to function. The XI5 remained lockwl launch the XtS rocket plane was canceled at the last moment Friday when pilot Neil Armstrong observed tliat hlsjbasc. under the wing of Its B5i mother ship and relumed to NASA. Slayton remains on thcj' astronaut team and has been assured he probably will be able to make an orbital flight. NASA might install him as the prime astronaut for the third shot. NASA officials said, however, this was not true--that the pilot for the third orbital! flight had not been chosen. M. Scott Carpenter, who was Glenn's understudy for the first flight, was tapped to take Slayton's place for the May shot. Nicaragua Volcano MANAGUA. Nicaragua OT1 formancc was never affected --Ccrro Negro volcano erupted Friday sending rand anil ashes over a wide ait-a, in- nnouncemenl May \vc suggest that you invite your friends to join you in a gala event, for a few days at the N'cwporter Inn, during the o p e n i n g week beginning April I I . Reservations are being taken now / Icwportci* iinn J.n-bor.. RJ- t H.y 101 ORiott tl..port lock 5-1700 A CCORCC 0. BUCCOLA ENICBPBISC 975 E. WILLOW ONCE-A-YEAR Slcel Pact ! Approval Vole Today PITTSnURr.H Ml -- Steel negotiators went through the routine job l-'riday of button- in, 1 ; down details in a reported new twii-yrar industry labor pact (or e.\pccted union ratification today. The new contract terms arc expected to call for no immediate wage increase but renewed talks on pay rates at the end of the first year-with immediate fringe benefits worth about 10 cents an hour. 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