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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbor Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 1 19M OOc Ianei 0 Two On AMOCUlcd Ircu FuK Leau No Moon okay for spaceships Little design change needed hv pictures taken by uanger 7 are pretty good evidence men can land on the moon without much change required for spaceships TIaJs the consensus of a board of scientists who Fnday night released 10 of the 4316 sensational photo ytnger 7 snapped in the final 16 minutes and els before it crashed on the moon at am moon PiCUireS ever taken the At 470 miles out 170 MILES AWAYWhen US astronauts land on the moon this is the sight that may greet them The at 235 miles 3 miles Photofax of 470 TO miP Picture shows an area about fl l rn a flde Wlth smallest craters shown about 800 leet an diameter 2Jo MILLS photograph of the moon re lay etl to the earth by Ranger 7 spacecraft was made irort an altitude of 235 miles 2 minutes and 46 seconds before Ranger 7 crashed North is at the top of the pho tograph The photo shows an area about 113 miles on a side bmallest craters are about 1000 feet in diameter THREE MILES TROM MOONThis photograph of the moon by Ranger 7 was made from an altitude of three toneSpire befoie North Is at the top Picture shows an area about one and twothirds POLITICAL The conversation is of a political na friendly despite the look on Gov Harold Hughes face At the Gov ernors Day Stag at Clear Lake with the governor are Evan Curley Hult man his opponent in November and Leo Sweesy president of the Associa tion for the Preservation of Clear Lake the organization which sponsors the stag Hughes Hultman agree To run on issues By CHARLES W WALK CLEAR LAKE Iowas two gubernatorial candidates agree Jlint thc upcoming campaign for thc states lop job is going lo be conducted on per sonalities Democratic Gov Harold Hughes and Republican hope ful Evan Curly Hultman also agree hat the key issues in thc campaign will be taxes and ap propriations for various pro grams Thc pair made lions at thc annual Governors Day Stag al thc All Veterans Social Center here Friday night Thc event is sponsored annually by the Association for Ihc Preservation of Clear Lake hon oring thc State Conservation Commission Like the good politicians they arc bolh Hullman and Hughes were at Ihcir backslapping handshaking best It slit is too early in thc cam paign to get down lo particu lars the two agree but there arc fireworks in thc making Our differences arc going to become much clearer as the canipaign progresses Hultman pointed out Thc governor nodded his agreement Since we bolh have thc best interests of thc slate in mind however there always will be a number of things we have in common thc fiery attorney general added One of these areas of agree ment seems to be thc length of terms of office for state of ficials Both men said they would like to see these terms man also said he would like to sec this increased term applied to county attorneys One of the hot topics of con versation at the slag was Presi dent Johnsons narrowing down of the field for the Democratic vice presidential nomination Gov Hughes a longtime booster of Minnesota Sen Hub ert Humphrey for thc second spot on the ticket said he is most pleased with thc direction things are going Hughes also was eager to talk about his recent visit to Wash ington when he slept in thc White House I was so tired by the time we got to bed I could have slept on a pile of rocks the Gov ernor said Seriously though I was a little awed by all that history around me Only one of Iowas senators was able lo make thc stag this year Jack Miller was there but Bourkc Hickcnloopcr Iowas senior senator missed his first slag in its 26 years He was held in Washington by Senate Committee work Although none of Iowas US representatives could come of fice gfficc seekers just about every depart ment of slate county and local government were there in force Lt Gov William L Mooty Secretary of Stale Melvin Syn horst and Sccrclary of Argri culture L R Liddy headed thc delegation from thc Stale such a decision to columnist Kennedy declined House Stale representatives and senators from every corner of the state also made appear ances Naturally another favorite piece of conversation was Barry Gold waters extremism state ment Verne Martin Newton former chairman of the Republican Central Committee said he thought the entire issue has been blown out of proportion When anybody starts ques tioning me about extremism I automatically ask them for their definition of the word Martin added Prof William Murray Ames 1958 Republican nominee for governor agreed that thc ex tremism question has been over played Extremism means different things Murray matter iMembers of he Slate Conser vation Commission of course attracted a lot of attention Sherry Fisher commission chairman announced that in cluded in the commissions long range plans are three ski areas m North Iowa The need for these areas was brought out Fisher said during the debate over the proposed ski area at Pilot Knob Statc Park near Forest City JOURNALIST DIES WASHINGTON Edward F Woods 53 Washington cor respondent for the St Louis PostDispatch died Friday at him home asks run WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson has asked Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy to manage his presidential cam paign informed sources said Sat urday They said the offer was made Wednesday at the same time Johnson told Kennedy he was eliminating him from considera tion as a vice presidential can didate The offer reportedly is under onsidcration I dont want to get into that Kennedy said Friday ivhen asked about reports of the offer before he left for Hyannis Port Mass for the weekend Kennedy aides refused to be drawn into a discussion Johnson reportedly sum moned the 38yearold attorney general to the White House around noon Wednesday and iold in as cam Democratic machinery number of key states and it u this knowledge several sources suggest that led Johnson to ask Kennedys services paign manager As for Kennedy according to the most reliable reports 1 He is puzzled but not bit ter over the way Johnson han dled the matter He is likely to campaign for Johnson as he promised last January Whether him he was not being con sidered for the second spot on he Democratic ticket Then the President suggested hat Kennedy consider taking he job of campaign manager he task he handled for his brother the late President John F Kennedy in I960 Later presidential adviser Mc carryover jcorge Bundy a rom the Kennedy adminislra ion called the attorney gcncr l presumably at Johnsons be hest He wondered if Kennedy shouldnt voluntarily withdraw from vice presidential consid eration perhaps by leaking a newspaper obby mpaiqr The US Broken and a uanned lunar follow But next he will manage that campaign remains to be seen 2 He has told political sup pcrters across the nation for weeks that he would not fight for the nomination he believed was Johnsons to bestow He never planned nor will he at tempt a convention stampede because hethinks it would hurt the party and his future He will remain attorney through the election and possibly if Johnson is elected through the January inauguration 4 He remains deeply interest ed in foreign affairs especial ly in South and Central America and Africa and could be per suaded to accept a post bearing on these areas in a new Johnson administration times better than any made heretofore from spacecraft or with earth telescopes showed that even its vast apparently smooth seas are pocked with craters some as small as dishpans There may be some dust on the moon in layers up lo a foot thick but not deep enough to bury a landing vehicle the scientists concluded And un derneath the dust evidence in dicates is a hard primary lay er Whether it would support the weight of a large manned spaceship cannot be determined from photographs alone i these conclusions an nounced after several hours CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP StUdy Frida niSht additional TM TT s Vvaluallons wil1 bc today The US moon shot jinx is at a presidential press confer parade of unence expeditions Ma shots next Moon jinx on the space schedule are two picturetaking flyby probes of Mars Both will be launched during Dr William H Pickering di rector of Jet Propulsion Labora tory which made Ranger 7 and released the first pictures left lae Friday to attend the White 5 He will attend thc Demo cratic convention in Atlantic City as a member of the Massa chusetts delegation a 2day period starting in late October a period that is favora ble for reaching Mars The trips will take eight months The planet comes into position as a target only once every two years and US scientists want to collect as much data as possi ble this time in preparation for landing an unmanned craft on the next goaround Named Mariners 3 and 4 the two shots will closely resemble the Mariner 2 probe that suc cessfully flew past Venus in House session President Johnson earlier tel ephoned congratufations to Pickering and others at the lab oratory which was much criti cized in recent months for six straight failures in the mil lion Ranger moon research pro gram At Fridays where slides moon pictures were shown Dr Gerard Kuiper of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory of the University of Arizona said the Russians plan 5month program of rocket tests and aircraft I warned to slay 75 miles Kennedy declined pointing nccl I0 slay 75 out that as attorney general he f ccnlcr of each impact shouldnt be and wasnt running for the ice presidency and that to announce a withdrawal would seem ridiculous Thursday at a news confer ence Johnson gave his descrip tion of an ideal vice presidential candidate He should be accept able everywhere Johnson said South Then that evening Johnson announced he had excluded all members of thc Cabinet includ ing Kennedy and those who meet regularly it Kennedy is believed lo wield considerable influence over range last December and Janulknown launch ary Little information was giv en on the nature of the tests ex cept that they were of new im proved versions of spacecraft booster rockets Distance covered by the rock ets would depend launching MOSCOW AP The Soviet Union roped off wo central Pacific areas as target zones in an ambitious fivemonth test se ries of new rockets It said Fri day the program would run from Aug 4 through Dec 30 The two designated impact areas arc near those in previous Soviet rocket shots down the 8 00milelong space age range Both are approximately 1406 miles southsouthwest of Hono lulu Tests of new varieties of car rier rockets for space objects will be conducted by thc Soviet Union in accordance with the program of further space stud ies said Tass thc Soviet news agency Ships and aircraft were from area from noon until midnight each day of thc test period The announcement gave no hint of the new varieties of space vehicles thc Soviets would use in thc launch program The Soviet Union congratulat ed the United States on its suc cessful Ranger 7 moonphoto graphing shot but pointed oul a Soviet space flighl transmitted ac photos of the moon five yearstion is needed in the Norths hi clean up Negro ghettos area near the more Caspian Sea would be Ult than 8000 miles from the Pacif ic impact area A launching from a site in Siberia would cover 5000 miles or so The United States customarily keeps surveillance on 1962 The two Mariners are to fly by Mars snap television pic tures and gather scientific data The parade of moon expedi toward the Apollo mantothemoon program be fore include two more Rangers and several launchings in two advanced programs Sur veyor and Lunar Orbitcr The moon shot program is scheduled to resume in January with Ranger 8 It will have essentially the same mission as Ranager 7 Closcup television pictures The area and type of target it will seek will be deter mined after the Ranger 7 pic tures arc analyzed Ranger 9 with a similar assignment is to news conference of the historic most significant thing about them is that they reveal no unanticipated problems to be met in the design of moon land ing craft At least part of the area pho tographed b Ranger 7 a northern extension of the Sea of Clouds southwest of the center of the face of the moon would be unsuitable for landing be cause of the large number of small craters Kuipcr said If you want to land a ship you want to do it with as little lamagc as possible he said So you pick an area where the ship is not likely to tip over or lave to land on a litter of de nis The thousands of tiny pock marks he said seemed to clus Race relations worse in North King says t follow in February or March ai some distance from large primary craters such as Coper to nicus about 200 miles north of ATLANTA AP Dr Martin Luther KingJr says race rela tions in the North arc becoming worse than those in the South and the outlook is not hopeful The North is potentially more explosive King said Fri day after his return from New York There is an urgency If the states thc cilics and thc federal government temporize and feel that they can make small gains we are in for some very Iragic periods of rioting and violence said swift decisive ac He said he was optimistic about the South I think in the South you will have in thc next few years a to tally desegregated society the exception of rural areas King said The South can pass thc North in lations were created by meteorites which conclude the Ranger project By then scientists expect 10 have a good idea of thc general11 c tarSct zone characteristics of the lunar landscape Thc first Surveyor a weird looking craft is slated for an in itial launching in In contrast to the Ranger hard landings Surveyors arc to make socalled soft landings on the moon Small motors will help them set down gently on the surface Early Surveyors will measure radiation micromctcorites and gnetic This indicates the big craters meteors and exploded on the exception of Missis er a n Ch boa MOON Continued on Page 2 Hultman plans to attend GOP summit meeting CLEAR LAKEEvan Curley th the South in race relations WWtt m iltl illations than I am about many sections Surveyors of thn Mnrth stllonsiulcd for are exn The Soviet Union conducted missile tests along the Pacific Inside The Globe Clear Lake news 2 Business news 3 Church news 45 Mason City news 47 Society news g Sports news 9 Comics 10 Editorials 11 Classified pages 1213 North Iowa news 14 of thc North The main difference 0 t of the fact that in the discrimination is more sub release small roving announced Friday that he has accepted an invitation from Barry Goldwatcr sched10 attend a GOP summit meet otcrwisc more violence is initlc covcrt and hidden than cvilablc He suggested Iiat a in for the Presidents anti poverty program Thc cities cant do it alone They must have help from thc state and Ihc federal imcnt King said South where it is often Ic special gal ovcrt and open Prcdscly for this mother craft of two miles from to thcjPrcsidcnt indicated The first Lunar Orbiter is meeting Richard Nixon have lliey will attend tha All Republican ll I II U II scheduled for launching in lOGGjornors and gubernatorial candi It will orbit the as close govern North Iowa Weather outlook Fair through Sunday Low Saturday night in middle to upper 70s Weather details Page 2 j HJl IIHJ l lrt oo ViUTV reason that Ihc problem is muchitakinS photographs of more difficult to get al in thc thc surface Trackin ill IIHJ worth and much more frustrat ing to the Negro I am not saying thc North is incapable of redemption and of solving this problem only I do not yet see the program alive that will solve it The rioting should challenge the northern communities to move ahead I see this as the Norths deepest moment of challenge and its response may well de termine the destiny of Ameri ca most of of thc moon apdates have been invited Miss USA spent 5 years in Iowa MIAMI BEACH Kla AP Hobbi Johnson one of the 15 The Apollo project calls for finalists in thc Miss Universe three astronauts to orbit the contest spent five of her ID moon with two of them dropyears in Iowa crafts orbit will permit precise calculation of the size and shape of the moon and the nature of its gravitational field ping to thc surface in a special capsule After a period of explo ration the two will launch their capsule rendezvous with thc main ship orbiting the moon and return to earth I Her parents Mr and Mrs Duanc Johnson lived at Sioux Cily from 1948 to 1053 when hrr father was on assignment wilh lh Internal Revenue Service Hobhi was named Wednesday Miss USA I   

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