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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 1, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Continue The newspaper thai makes all North lowans neighbors Begin drive at schools SELMA Ala AP JSTegroea angered by new civil rights ar rests promised continued pick eting of white Tues day and began a drive to inte grate Selma schools Dr Martin Luther King Jr announced a massive Southwide voter registration campaign designed to double the number of Negro voters within weeks after the expected passage of a new federal voting law King an unscheduled visit to Selma Monday night to add his voice to the chorus of protests over the arrests of 32 Negro pickets carrying boycott signs in downtown Selma The arrests Monday brought to 132 the number taken into custody since Saturday A Selma Negro leader the Rev L L Anderson told cheer ing followers at a mass meeting Monday night shortly before King spoke that commencing tomorrow we are going to fill the streets up He said Negro demonstrators would sleep there eat there and have church there He said the dayandnight vigil this time would take place in the streets in West Selma where the white business people live King made no mention of spe cific plans for renewed demon strations but he told the throng jammed into Browns Chapel AME church that Selmas pub lic safety director Wilson Bak Edition VOL its MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 1 IMS 10c a Paper Coodits of Two PMM FuB LMM Wbw H Rules on remap issues er might we want to as well know that picket And if we want to picket were going to picket if it takes filling up the jail City police under Bakers command made the arrests Sat urday and again Monday Adult Negroes among the pickets were charged with violating Al abamas antiboycott law juve niles were released Baker critical of the mass arrests by Sheriff James G Clarks deputies earlier in the civil rights campaign has re frained from taking demonstra tors into custody in the absence Spacemen get final checkup CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP Astronauts James McDivitl and Edward White their physi cal conditions honed fine for their fourday space spectacu lar were given detailed exami nations Tuesday by their doctor The doctor has already saic McDivitt is in better shape than many football players and White a shade sharper than his partner The medical examinations be gan right after breakfast and were to continue into early aft ernoon They were necessary to provide data for comparison with that gathered during and after the flight of the Gemini 4 The countdown begins Wednesday for a Thursday morning launch of the twoman spacecraft on the nations long est and most spectacular space journey yet Christopher C Kraft Project Gemini director planned an all afternoon session with the astro nauts their doctor the people who have babied the spacecraft and itsTitan 2 booster rocket weathermen guidance techni cians and range supervisors Its a mission review meeting to of what he called violation of the law King meanwhile a clearcut urged Ne gro parents to attend a meeting called for Tuesday night to or ganize a school integration cam paign The Selma School Board has agreed to desegregate the first second third and fourth grades next September but the drive is aimed at all 12 grades in gram mar and high school At Selma and a ftw hours earlier in a commencement ad dress at Tuskegee Institute 90 miles to the east King chal lenged white moderates in Ala bama to cry out against racial injustice wherever it exists that everyone is the countdown can He told graduates the 350 Tuskegee Alabama suffers not so much for the violence of bad people as for the Hence of good people King said that more than 1500 college students have been re cruited for the voter registra tion campaign this summer He said it would be concentrated in some 75 counties in what he called the black belt South He did not mention them by name or state Inside The Globe TO BE COLLEGE This present Mason City High School building will become the home of Mason City Jun ior College next year Voters will be asked June 9 to approve financing for complet ing the new high school build ing and remodeling this struc ture to meet junior college needs See story on Page 13 Society news 34 Sports Farm news I Clear Lake newt 9 Editorials11 Mason City Latest 15 Comics M Classified 1514 North Iowa news II determine ready and begin McDivitt and White will at tempt a world first a rendez vous mission in which they will maneuver their craft close to another orbiting satellite their wornout secondstage booster White connected to the space craft by a 25foot tether wil step into space while traveling Ships head ior recovery spots YOKOSUKA Japan AP Four 7th Fket destroyers left Tuesday for midPacific recov ery stations for he Gemini space flight Thursday Although spacecraft car rying astronauts James A Mc Divitt and Edward H White II is scheduled to land in the At lantic Pacific recovery units will remain on station through out the flight in case recovery in their area is necessary 17500 miles per hour and move to within 20 feet of the tumbling booster He will remain out o the spacecraft for 10 to 12 minutes taking pictures The prime objective of their 97hour 50minute flight is to provide Dr Charles A Berry the space agencys chief o medical operations with in formation on the effects of pro longed exposure of man to the weightless airless vacuum be yond the atmosphere Written in Berrys appoint ment book for the two Air Force majors Tuesday were a three hour tiptotoe medical examina tion and a session on the til table Berry wants to measure the effects of prolonged weightless ness on the cardiovascular sys tern the heart and blood ves sels By comparing the astro blood pressures blooc volumes pulse rates and elec trocardiograms before and afte the flight he can evaluate the changes that are caused by hea stress prolonged confinement dehydration fatigue anc weightlessness measurements taken on a table before and after th astronauts are tilted at an 30 degree angle The same thinj will be done on the aircraft car rier Wasp immediately afte they return from space raet M Maria Callas on burning yacht NAPLES Italy AP Fir broke out Tuesday on Gree shipping magnate Aristotle Onas sis yacht Christina when it ar rived from Monte Carlo wit Onassis and opera star Mari Callas aboard The fire reportedly starte from an overheated motor con trolling the bow anchor A fire fighting ship and four of th ports fire engines rushed to th scene but the Christinas ere put out the fire with ship equipment 9 GOLDWATER EISENHOWER NIXON ANP DEWEY AT GOP MEETING GOP seeks rights declaration WASHINGTON AP Re publican policymakers among them former President Dwight D Eisenhower andthree men who ran for the White House sought Tuesday to work out a declaration on civil rights At the same time the Repub lican Policy Coordinating Com mitteewas expected to speak out oh President Johnsons han dling of foreign affairs Eisenhower Barry Goldwa ter Richard M Nixon and Thomas E Dewey were among the 23 GOP leaders who con ferred behind closed doors The committee was not ex pected to issue any declaration on Johnsons call for federal legislation that would re peal state laws which ban the union shop in 19 states A task force on job opportunities was reported to have disagreed on the issue Meanwhile Ray C Bliss chairman the coordinating group and GOP national chair man has announced the Na tional Committee will meet in Washington June 2829 With former GOP presidential nominees scheduled to sit in on the sessions the coordinating committee will sift the recom mendations of task forces on GOP Please Turn to Page 2 Court holds to onevote rule WASHINGTON UP The Supreme Court in a series of legislative apportionment cases stuck firmly Tuesday to the onemanonevote rule it adopted last year but prodded state authorities and lower courts to work out the process for themselves The high court 1 Declined to interfere with the order of a three judge court for a special election of the New York Leg islature next fall under a redistricting plan adopted by a lameduck Republicandominated legislature The terms of those elected are to run for only one year while further reapportionment activity goes on 2 Gave jurisdiction to the Illinois Supreme Court to supervise that states reapportionment proceedings holding that a threejudge federal court in Chicago should not have stepped in The ruling however gave the lower federal court way to step in again if a M m Manna Oswald to marry DALLAS Tex chief of police of suburban Richard son said Tuesday Marina Os wald widow of accused presi dential assassin Lee Harvey Os wald told him that she and a Richardson man plan to be SPACECRAFT GETS ATTEN TION Astronaut Edward White turnsto talk to a technician while he checked over his spacecraft at Photofax Cape Kennedy If all goes well White and James McDivitt will blast off from the Gape Thursday morning on a fr ay orbit of the earth 2 Yank jets lost during Viet raid SAIGON South AP US Air Viet Nam Force and Navy planes hammered the Hoi An ammunition depot roads ferries patrol boats and bridges n six separate raids on North Viet Nam Tuesday Two Navy F8 Crusader jets were lost The pilot of one crashed to death The other was rescued at sea South of the border a Viet Cong band ambushed a govern ment convoy in the central high lands and two US Army advis ers were reported killed and a third wounded The Red guerrillas struck the convoy on the PleikuLe Thanh Road 220 miles north of Saigon and about 100 miles southwest of the Quang Ngai Province area where an estimated 600 Viet Cong and more than 500 government troops were casual ties in heavy fighting last weekend Two Americans a captain and a sergeant hat been killed in that fighting Tuesdays losses increased the roll of American combat dead in was shot down by antiaircraft ire during a 10plane attack on he railroad yard at Vinh about 60 miles south of Hanoi The ilot bailed out over the sea a spokesman said and was picket up in good condition about 10 minutes later by a rescue plane Viet Nam spokesman Americana to 396 A military said at least six were wounded in scattered groundand air actions during the past two days the Navy The fatal crash occurred vhile four Navy Crusaders flying with four Skyhawk jets were attacking the Don Phuong Thuong Highway bridge 70 miles south of Hanoi US officials here said the bridge which had been attackec unsuccessfully on a number o previous raids finally was de stroyed with span droppe into the river The Navy jets poured bombs rockets and can non fire into the bridge for 1 minutes But flak described as gener ally light hit the Crusader an the pilot did not have time 1 bail out For seven hours 30 Navy planes from the carriers Bo Homme Richard and Midwa hammered almost continousl at seven North Vietnamese pa trolboats heavily camouflage In the vicinity of the QuangKh naval base on the Song Tru Rivet 230 miles south of Hanoi North Iowa Weather outlook Variable cloudiness with oc casional periods of showers and thunderstorms and con tinued warm and humid evflh Wednesday Weather Details on Page 2 Space rookies given valid representation sys tem is not worked out in timely fashion 3 Affirmed without detailed comment an order from another threejudge court for reappor tionment of Californias Senate by July 1 4 Decided not to intervene in an Idaho reapportionment case ruling that the matter is now in position for action by a three judge US court on the validity of a redistricting system worked out by a special session of the legislature last March The high courts most specific statement of its position came in the unsigned order in the Il linois case Holding that the lower federal court should have stayed its hand the Supreme Court said The power of the judiciary of a state to require valid reap portionment or to formulate valid redistricting plan has not only been recognized by this By HAROLD R WILLIAMS AP Aerospace Writer HOUSTON AP What can experienced space travelers tell two rookies Astronauts Virgil I Grissom and John W Young the first manned Gemini mission crew jelieve they can make the four day flight James A McDivitt and Edward H White II are to start Thursday a bit easier I plan to sit down with them and talk it over he said Gris som is the only man to have flown in space twice Young said he had written 50to 60page report on persona observations made while he and Grissom orbited the earth three times during the first manned Gemini flight March 23 They are free to take the report any way they want to said Young but to try to help those guys to minimize any new typeexperience for them well theyre going to have to live in that baby four days Its going to be a tough mission Young says he will tell Mc Divitt and White not to be shocked when the sheet of fire closes around the spacecraft after the firststage engine shuts down and the secondstage en gine starts It was a surprise for me Young said You get this flash of light what we call fire in the hole Its instantaneous Its like all of a sudden you see it anc then you dont You dont have ime to even think about it Gus knew about it so it didnt sur prise him Young said the fourday mis sion would be the proof of the Dudding as far as the spacecraft s concerned I dont think theres anything the man has to do in the four days that he cant do but it will YOUNG GRISSOM be a good systems test he said A really good systems test for extended mission opera tion for Gemini A big surprise the jolt that comes when the landingpara chute system changes from a onepoint suspension to two points wont be a shock to Mc Divitt and White They will be ready for it which was more than Grissom and Young were My feeling is that its a damned hard rap Grissom said and theres no way to get prepared for it If you know its going to happen it wont sur SPACE Please Turn to Page 2 court but appropriate action by the states in such case shas been specifically encouraged The case is remanded with di rections that the federal dis trict court enter an order fixing a reasonable time within which the appropriate agencies within the State of Illinois including its Supreme Court may validly redistrict the Illinois State Sen ate provided that the same be accomplished within ample time to permit such plan to be utilized in the 1966 election of the members of the state senate in accordance with the pro visions of the Illinois election Jaws Justice John M Harlan who had held a hearing May 27 on an application for a stay of the lower courts order for a New York election dissented from the finding of the full court criticizing what he called the tribunals casual way of dis posing of this matter In the California case Harlan wrote an opinion concurring reluctantly in the finding and was joined by Justices Tom C Clark and Potter Stewart It was noted without further comment that Harlan concurred in the Illinois finding Justice Arthur J Goldberg took no part in that case PRAVDA FOUNDER DIES MOSCOW I Iva nov one of the founders of the Soviet Communist party news paper Pravda died Monday He was 78 The cause of death was not announced married The police chief J W Gol den said Mrs Oswald and Kenneth Porter came by his of fice Monday and said they had decided to get married June 1 in Oklahoma There was no official confir mation of an actual ceremony in Oklahoma Porter is an employe of Texas Instruments an e 1 e c tronics firm Last week Porter told a Dallas Times Herald newsman that he knew MrsOswald and that they were neighbors He denied at that time however that they had marriage plans A worker in Porters depart ment at Texas Instrument said Porter was not at work Tuesday Want ad to thief gets results KANSAS CITY Mo W Gilbert Rod riguez has bicycles and His mother Mrs Gilbert Rodriguez said We are trying to show him there is a lesson that there are more good people than bad and someday he might be able to help a boy too Gilbert had saved for almost a year to get 30 to buy a new bicycle with a 10speed gear Within 24 hours it was stolen The 9year old vented his grief in a newspaper personal ad addressed to the thief May you enjoy the A man in Blairsville Pa read an Associ ated Press story about Gilbert and sent him Another man left a 55 10speed bike for Gilbert at a department store with instructions to keep his name secret Another sent a bicycle his sons had out grown but minus the front wheel GILBERT RODRIGUEZ AND MAIL MARINA OSWALD Plans to marry and that he did not know when he would be back The Richardson police chief emphasized that Mrs Oswalds informing him of her intention to remarry was not in any of ficial capacity They just stopped by on a personal visit he said It was just a personal thing Golden said he became ac quainted with Mrs Oswald be cause of her need for identifica tion and other matters in the past Texas has a threeday mar riage waiting period for blood tests Oklahoma has no waiting period and many Texans go to Oklahoma to marry Mrs Oswald a native of Rus sia married Lee Harvey Os wald while Oswald was living in Russia She has two children by Os wald Nashua boy is rescued NASHUA Kenneth Windolf 2V4 had to be rescued by a wrecker Monday afternoon The son of Mr and Mrs John Windolf he climbed into their car and pulled the gear lever out of the park position His brother Johnny 5 saw the car rolling down the street and into a ravine which runs into the Cedar River Miraculously the car got hung up on a tree which held it until it was pulled up by the wreck er Thechild was not injured RED ACTOR DIES MOSCOW AP Vladimir Gardin 87 Soviet actor And film director died Sunday Gar din who began acting nearly 70 years ago performed in Lon don Paris and other West Eu ropean cities   

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