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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 3, 1964, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Homt The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated and United Press International Full Wirci MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 3 10c a Paper Consists of Two One No 307 000 skip schools Ranger 6 camera failure probed Ne9roes i J I 1 J I I IM r Package hit moon with TV on blink PASADENA Calif Space scientists sifted through coded tapes Monday in a search for the reason why spacecraft Ranger 6 plunged into the moon with its cameras blind to the wonders of the lunar land scape The agonizing end to a 66hour flight came at am CST Sunday when Ranger 6 reached its historic rendezvous and six television cameras aboard wouldnt function Laboratory directors went ahead with plans for Ranger 7s flight an identical photo out that the Ranger series is designed to gather information needed for manned US landings planned later this decade The fruitless journey of Rang er 6 was the sixth straight fail ure in the Ranger program The cost to date million figures at million a shot Ranger 6 was the first of the cosily spacecraft to complete the difficult moonapproach ma neuver made the blind crash even more frus trating for its designers The camera system was con sidered one of the simplest mechanisms on the 804pound Second ski medal goes to US girl INNSBRUCK Austria Plucky Jean Saubert of Lake view Ore added a silver medal to her earlier bronze with a flashing run in the womens gi ant slalom ski race and young Yank figure skaters got off to a strong start Monday in the United States brightest day in in NY Students stay home spacecraft It was turned on by a com mand flashed from the ground There was also an automatic timer aboard to do ithe job Ranger radioed back word that hoped the Ranger 6 would strike the order had been received WHERE RANGER HIT FROM OUR WIRE SKRVICICK NEW chant ing inlegrationists picketed New York public schools Monday and more than 360000 students boy cotted classes in the biggest civil rights protest since the march on Washing ton last summer Integration leaders called the demonstration against the na tions largest school system a huge success School officials said earlier in the day the boycott fizzle Most of the stayathomes were Negro and Puerto Rican students who attend predom inately colored schools but some white students also ob served picket lines that marched at onethird of the citys schools Negroes and Puerto Ricans account for one half of the citys one million public school students Bayard Rustin one of the boycott organizers and chair man of the freedom march on Washington said he considered A circled moonThe X is the Sea of the boycott a success because Photofax ONLY TWO CAME TO New York Citys boycott of the public school system went into effect only these two youngsters reported in their first grade class in Public School 28 School is in New Yorks Harlem area The teacheris Mrs Edith day man Normal attendance in this class is 25 for moon landings Winter Olympic the ninth Games Miss Saubert 21yearold Ore gon State coed broke the monop oly of Frances brilliant Alpine sister team by tying Christine Goilschcl for second a frac tion of a second behind Chris tines sister Mariellc the gold medalist Jeans two medals are the only ones collected so far by the US team The Soviet Union on the other hand is making a team runaway of the Games a total of gold five silver and four bronze The Russians picked up an other silver in the Nordic com bined the only other final of the day with the gold going to Tor mad Knutsen a 32yearold Nor wegian clerk who had been thought too old for such a rig orous skiing test Knulsen sped the 93 miles oi the crosscountry in 50 minutes 58R seconds for 46920 points In the start of the mens fig ure skating competition at the am as it was near ing the end of a 5000 mph plus plunge toward the moons Sea of Tranquility Newsmen and engineers gath ered in a big room at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory listened to the tone of Rangers radio signal as it was being amplified through loudspeakers the fiveminute varmttp period was motionless voice of a project JAW indicates they want some of big profits DETROIT The United Auto Workers Union whose contracts often set national pat terns is going to drive hard for improved fringe benefits par ticularly pensions in 1964 The UAW is leaving no doubt that fringe improvements will Ice Stadium Scotty Allen the foc an allout goat even if the 15yearold schoolboy national union unexpectedly were to pass champion from Smoke Rise Up seeking a substantial wage NJ shot into fourth place in the first two of five compulsory figures The final three will be skated or possibly profitsharing in the wake of one of the auto industrys most lucrative years Liquor Commission asks for more money and men DES MOINES AP The Iowa Liquor Control Commis sion told Gov Harold Hughes Monday that it needs more mon ey to hire additional investiga tors to enforce Iowas liquor by the drink law The suggestion was made at the first of the governors budg et reviews of state agencies He was scheduled to review opera tions of the Conservation Com mission Board of Social Wel fare Commerce Commission Health Department and Depart ment of Public Instruction later Monday More budget reviews are scheduled Tuesday Larry Scalise director of the North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Tues day Lows Monday night in the teens Highs Tuesday in the 30s Wtthtr on 2 liquor Commissions enforce ncnt division said the eight in cstigalors now employed arc engineer announced the first sign that ail was not well is no indication of full video power Then for a tense 600 seconds the hushed crowd listened to the tone of Rangers death song and the engineers words that it was unavailing Seven minutes to impact still no video Six minutes to waiting for video power Five minutes to impact three video One minute to impact no indication of full power And then Five Suddenly the musical radio tone ceased Impact Impact And then No video A check of Rangers radioec messages showed no sign of th code which run through a com puter would have produce earths first closeup pictures o the moon Russias Lunik 3 pho tographed the back side of the moon but from a distance of more than 4000 miles In the worlds big observa tories astronomers watched the moon at impact time to see if the crash would produce a flash of light or a puff of moon dust visible from earth There was only one report of a possible sighting At Lowel Observatory in Flagstaff Ariz Dr Karl Rakas watching wit a 21inch reflector said he saw Rights bill is debated WASHINGTON AP Bi X marks thespot where the idealspot more than 50 per cent of the 1 J Negro and Puerto Rican stu Idents took part But James B Donovan president of the Board of Education told re porters Thus far I think the boycott has been a fizzle Donovan charged that many jof the stayathomes were vic tims of a regular campaign of intimidation on the part of boycott leaders He said the demonstration was a highly irresponsible way of demon partisan forces backing the civil rights bill test their strength Monday as the House starts con sidering amendments to the measure Both sides have been talking since debate opened Friday Now its time for voting with the rest of the week being set aside to work on proposed changes in the 10part bill President Johnson and Speak er John W McCormack D Mass have predicted the bill will come through the process cases and to ensure that any voter qualification standards are applied equally to whites and Negroes Southerners say the area of voting qualifications belongs solely to the states They plan to offer an amendment clearly limiting the proposal to federal elections House leaders have promised that a final vote will come by Feb 11 But Republicans anx ious to leave town this weekend vorking about still are not vith their investigations I feel we need four to eight more investigators S c a 1 i s e said and an additional auditor since we handled 2100 lax re urns of liquor licensees every month Scalise said that other states with similar liquor laws have more investigators In Michigan where there are 6000 licenses there are 90 investigators he said That would mean that Iowa should have about 30 investiga tors for its 2100 licenses he added Scalise also said that appro priations for travel by invest gators are running short be cause of the long hours workec by the enforcement employes He said the commission is go ing to ask the Legislative Inter im Committee for additiona funds I a flash of light 50 or 60 miles 60 hours a the point of jm go I able to keep pr5or lo lhe impacl ti sec impact time Photofax RANGERS are the eyes which failed Six television cameras peer out of a maze of elec tronic gear as the Ranger is being prepared for the flight which occurred Thursday The cameras were supposed to switch on during the last ten minutes before the Ranger payload hit the moon and de stroyed itself However the cameras failed even though the package did successfully strike the moons surface The technician unidentified strating dissatisfaction with the boards latest plan to elimi nate de facto segregation in schools with high concentrations of colored students Integration leaders held a freedom school for 39 Negro and one white child at their Brooklyn headquarters Monday morning with Negro comedian and veteran marcher Dick Greg ory as teacher Gregory told the children they would have to be little soldiers in the battle for Negro freedom We get rapped from one end of this country to the other by the press of the north and the south he told them Its go ing to be a long hard fight but were going to win lently Boycott leaders say their pri without being seriously ened weak to start making Lincoln Day hope it can speech be dis Find Cuban boats fishing near US Inside The Globe MASON CITY defeats Marshalltown Page 13 NEW MEDICAL clinic opens at Hampton Page 22 Editorials Clear Lake news 8 Society news 91011 Sports news 1314 Bowling news 15 KEY WEST Fla UPI U S Coast Guard cutters herd ed four impounded Cuban fish ing boats toward this American narbor Monday for detailed questioning on why they were Ike to visit Grinnell in May of 1965 fishing in U S territorial waters mary goal is to empty 165 ghetto schools Their secondary goal is to keep students out of the citys 100 other schools that have Ne gro and Puerto Rican enroll ment of 50 per cent or more Another demand is for a Ne gro and a Puerto Rican to b named to the Board of Educa tion The board has a Negr member Dr Aaron Brown 58 who was appointed in 1962 He defended the boards pla for integration saying it was a good and honest effort made by members of the board to That there will be plenty of amendments offered was made clear during the two days of general debate Southerners are unhappy with every provision and members from other parts of the country have doubts bout some of them The heaviest fire will un oubtedly be directed at pro osals banning racial discrim nation in employment public ccommodations and federally ided programs But the vari iis sections will be open to mendment in the order in vhich they appear in the bill vhich brings the one dealing vith voting rights first under attack This provision mainly amend ng existing laws is designed to speed up action on voting posed of by Friday or Saturday After that it goes to the Senate where a Southern filibuster is expected to greet any effort to bring it to a vote May kick Burton out of America WASHINGTON UPI An Ohio congressman charged Mon day that Richard Burtons be havior with Elizabeth Taylor was detrimental to Americas morals He said the state de partment would consider his re quest that it revokethe Ameri can visa granted to the British actor Rep Michael Feighan D Ohio chairman of the House Immigration Subcommit tee said the department promised to reexamine the Burton case 10 die in air crash GRINNELL AP Grinnell College is making plans to play host to another former U S president College Latest markets 16 Mason City news 1617 Comics 18 Transit timetable 20 Classified pages 2021 North news 22 officials have an nounced that former President Dwight D Eisenhower and Mrs Eisenhower will spend two days on the campus in May 1965 Former President Harry Trii man filled a similar role last Call The Coast Guard announced at midday the flotilla had made a late start from the dry Tor1 tugas area where the Cuban boats were boarded and prob ably would not reach Key West before 4 pm CST The convoy was proceeding along the 60 mile route from the islands west of here at about six knots per hour the Coast Guard said The Coast Guard planned to fly a plane load of U S gov ernment officials from Miami at midafternoon The officials will board the Cuban craft when they reach port here to make detailed search and investigaj tion the Coast Guard said DR BAUER DIES ROCKVILLE CENTRE N Y Dr Louis H Bauer cope with a complicated situa tion Some white parents said they kept their children home be cause they feared trouble GAINESVILLE Fla Ten persons aboard were killed Monday when a shuttle airliner crashed and burned on takeoff from the Gainesville Municipal Airport The Federal Aviation Agency said the pilot and nine passen gers of the twinengine Beech at 200 of the citys 840 public schools which were picketed by students parents and some teachers One demonstrator who was blocking the entrance to a high school in Manhattan was removed Bulletin 75 a former president of the American Medical Association died Sunday at his home here MIAMI Fla Or ange Bowl Monday dropped its 11year contract with the Big Eight Conference to pro vide one team for the annual New Years football ng wreckage of South Central Airlines Flight 510 when it crashed moments after taking off for Jacksonville Eyewitnesses said the plane reached an altitude of about 200 feet veered sharply to the left and plunged back to the run way The dead were not immediate ly identified Authorities roped off the area and kept newsmen away until federal officials could get to the scene It just took a second for it to fall down said Mrs Joe Anne Rowcll an airport em ploye U looked like it stalled li maybe the pilot fried to take too steep of an angle As soon as it hit the gaso line started spilling and the lames shot up Mrs Rowell and several oth TS rushed to the plane in a imousine and tried to aid the rapped victims but it was too ate We tried to open the door but it was locked from the in side she said We saw two nen one at the door both bod es were burning SAME DATE1WJW C
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