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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Tiros 10 starts hunting for hurricanes By HOWARD BENEDICT AP Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP The Tiros 10 weather satellite circled the globe Friday it cam era eyes ready to record the birth and movement of hurri canes typhoons and other storms over a great area of the globe The mechanical meteorolog ist launched late Thursday night joined three other opera ting Tiros satellites nos 7 8 and 9 on space patrol The quartet could provide the most comprehensive photographic coverage yet of a full season of tropical storms Tiros 10 is the first of the ser ies paid for by the US Weather Bureau and is the forerunner of an operational system the bu reau plans to begin launching early in 1966 The previous nine Tiros satel lites all successful were fi nanced by the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion Although classed as re search vehicles many of the more than half a million pic tures they have produced were used in operational weather channelsaround the world Tiros 10 rode into space atop a Delta rocket that roared off its launching pad Thursday night and blazed into a dark Florida sky The Douglas Delta recordings its 30th satellite suc cess in 32 launchirigs hurled the 290pound payload into a north south orbit more than 400 miles above the earth Initial cloud cover pictures from the satellite are not ex pected until Saturday or Sun day Ground controllers want first to jockey the craft into an angle that will provide its two cameras with the best look pos sible at the hurricanespawning grounds of the Atlantic Carib bean and Gulf of Mexico The satellite will transmit more than 400 photos daily covering near ly 80 per cent of the earth Tiros 10 is one of three satel lites the Weather Bureau pur chased in 1963 for a total of about million Thursday nights launching counting the Delt launch vehicle cost bureau about million Officials decided to launch the satellite at this time to be cer tain of coverage throughout the current hurricane season which extends through Oct 15 r The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 2 1965 10c a Paper Consists at Two Associated Full Wirej No 123 Bomb ien Pholofax HURRICANE HUNTER Threestage Delta rocket blasts off to propel the Tiros 10 weather satellite into orbit to photograph hurricanes and tyrjhoons spawned during the 1965 season which extends through Oct 15 Soviets launch Cosmos probe MOSCOW Soviet Union launched ait other unmanned satelliteFridaym its Cosmos series Tassnews agency announced v The observatory in Bochum Germany had re ported picking up signals it said varied from the Cosmos series The observatory had said it could not tell whether the satellite was manned or unmanned The new satellite Cosmos 70 carries scientific equipment designed to continue the study of outer space Tass reported The apparatus on board the sputnik is function ing normally the agency added Drop rail service at area points DES MOINES AP The Chicago and North Western Friday was authorized to dis continue agency service at 11 Iowa towns but the State Comj merce Commission denied a re quest that agency service be dropped in 13 other towns The railroad applied in May of 1964 for authority to discon tinue agency service at the owns and serve them from central agencies The commission said numer ous objections to the request were filed Most of the objectors contended that dropping agency service would hamper industri al progress of the towns in volved the commission said After studying the financial and economic condition of the railway company the commis sion said it is apparent tha certain adjustments are neces sary The commission authorized the Chicago and North Western to discontinue agency service at West Des Moines Oilman New burg Dike Hanlontown Terrill Craig Odebolt Breda Harlan and Paton LBJ plans corps for teachers NEW YORK AP Presi dent Johnson announced plans Friday for a national teachers corps to enlist thousands of dedicated Americans to work alongside local teachers in city slums and areas of rural pover ty Johnson said members of the corps will be young people pre paring for teaching careers as well as experienced teacher give a year to places of need In a speech prepared for the annual convention of the Nation al Education Association in Mad ison Square Garden Johnson said these teachers can brinj the best in our nation to lh help of the poorest of our chil drem Johnson also announced tha he will support a program fellowships for elementary an secondary school teachers s they can replenish their know edge and improve their abil tics This program he said wi also assist teachers displaced b the process of school integratio to acquire the skills necessar to new and challenging jobs HREE cheers for the red white and blue Page 11 Editorials 4 Sports 89 Clear Lake news 10 Society news 1213 Mason City news 1415 Latest markets 14 North Iowa news 20 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy Friday night cooler lows in 50s Generally fair mild Saturday highs up per 70s Youth 17 drowns at Charles City CHARLES C1TY Ronald Meineke 17 of Charles City drowned Friday while swim ming with companions in a pond near the east city limits The youth was the son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Meineke of Charles City The body was recovered short ly after he drowned Those towns will be served by central agencies at Grand Junc tion Carroll Wall Lake Sioux City Estherville Mason City Parkersburg Grinnell and Des Moines the commission said The railroad was denied its request todrop agency service at Roland demons Grove Un ion Liscomb Nevada Rad cliffe Kanawha Latimer Alex ander Burl Fenton Paullina and Orange City the commis sion said Gold haul is greatest in history MELBOURNE Fla covery of a Spanish galleon which may yield hislorys great est haul of sunken treasure was announced Friday by the Real 8 Corporation Harry Cannon a member of the corporation told a news conference he believes the re covery will far exceed the million the group took last year from another galleon near Ihe Fort Pierce Inlet The new find was just south of the Sebastian Inlet about 35 miles south of Cape Kennedy More than 3000 pounds of silver already taken from the second vessel vere displayed to newsmen at the Real 8 Treasure Museum here ien Phu Strike airfield at historic site SAIGON South Viet Nam US Air Force planes pounded the airfield and barracks in North Viet Nams Dien Bieri Phu Friday site of the decisive French defeat in the Indochina war South of the border government troops killed 120 Viet Cong and captured eight others in three ground operations a US military spokesman reported Communist mortars hit two air strips with mor tar fire during the night US spokesman said three helicopters were damaged at Cheo Reo 220 miles north east of Saigon and another helicopter crashed due to 11 Ready to send more Marines DA NANG Viet Nam AP The top US Marine Corps cer in the Pacific said Friday he is prepared to throw more Ma rines into action in South Viet Nam Ive got them and they are ready Lt Gen Victor H Kru lak told a news conference Krulak said he did not believe the Viet Cong attack Thursday on the Da Nang air base was a case of lax security However he said the mortar barrage and the infiltration could not simply be accepted as an unfortunate HES SEEN WAR Hair of a Vietnamese paratrooper is clipped in order for aid man to dress head wound following battle south of Cheo Reo Thursday About 50 Vietnamese nearly 80 were wounded in an Cong forces Pliolofnx were killed and ambush Viet an investigation occurrence Krulak said of the attack will be completed within a couple of days Any decision to send more Marines into South Viet Nam is up to Gen William C West moreland commander of US forces said in Viet Nam Krulak Death is mystery NEW ORLEANS W Tommy Migliaccie 15 collapsed in his bed room here Thursday night and died moments later the third member of his family to die from unexplained causes in five years Tommy had seemed to be in per fect health as had his 18yearold sister and 19yearold biother who preceded him in death His parents Mr and Mrs Rus sell Migliaccie said they heard a thud in their sons bedroom They ran into the room and found Tommy lying on the floor barely breathing Mrs Migliaccie gave him mouthtomouth recuscitation in an unsuccessful ef fort to save her son Tommys older sister Margaret died in 1960 She walked into the house on May 27 and fell dead on the floor1 her father recalled Last October Russell 19 col lapsed while doing pushups and died without regaining consciousness All of the kids were in No 1 condition their father said Friday I just dont know what happened to them Autopsies were performed on both Margaret and Russell but the father said he never found out what caused their deaths An autopsy was ordered on Tommys body Friday The Migliaccies have three other children two married daughters and an 18yearold single daughter Photofax IOWAN US Army Lt James Gleason of Boone Iowa a bandage over a head wound talks to fellow soldiers after surviving a heavy Viet Cong ambush near Cheo Reo in the central highlands of Viet Nam Gleason and other Americans were advising a Vietnamese force which was to evacuate a small town near Cheo Reo when the guerrillas attacked the motorized con voy Vatican Popes plans not definite Political opponents dissolve partnership ALBANY NY AP Law partners Edward Rook and Robert Rice are dissolving their firm in suburban Elsmcre Each seeks the Republican nomination for state Assembly a seat in the VATICAN CITY AP The Vatican press office announced Friday that UN Secretary Gen eral U Thant has invited Pope Paul VI to the United Nations nit added that it was too scon to say whether the pontiff would accept However the unusual Vatican announcement breaking a si lence here on frequent reports about such a trip suggested the Roman Catholic ruler has the trip under consideration Vatican sources said he well may make the transatlantic voyage adding that he appar ently is inclined toward accept the Vatican press office would hardly have made an an nouncement with the risks ol possible disappointment should he decline the invitation Vatican sources said there was no indication whether the Pope would visit other places in the United Slates or would see President Johnson The Vatican press office state ment was carried as a note in the Vatican newspaper LOsscr vatore Romano The Vaticans UN observe said in New York Thursday he expected the pontiff to visit tht US Assembly this fall or winte and conferred with Secretary General U Thant about a pos sible trip The observer Msgr Albert Giovannetti told reporters Pope aul was considering such a rip which would be the first ver by a reigning Pope to the Vestern Hemisphere The UNs 20th session wil pen Sept 21 take a break for Christmas then run to about the nd of January A Vatican communique pub ished Friday by LOsservatorc lomano said in part Some time ago Mr U Thant sent the Holy Father an invita ion to visit the United Nations In reference to news which has been received in recent days from the press about such an eventual visit it is noted hat it is entirely premature to say if or when such a visit may ake place The communique indicated hat the Pope has the invitation under serious consideration but may not yet have reached a fi nal decision Vatican sources earlier had said that if the Pope went to New York the trip probably would not be until the assembly resumes its 20th session after the first of the year The Pope will be occupied with the fourth and final session of the Vatican Ecumcnica Council which is to open Sept 14 and probably will last unti Christmas Photofax PRICE OF AMBUSH Poncho wrapped bodies of Vietnamese soldiers lie near where they fell in an ambush in the hill country near Chco Reo 150 miles south of the big Da Nang air base Thurs day Plane crash investigated I May pay tuition of lowans DES MOINES AP The Slate of Iowa may start paying the tuition of some Iowa col lege students this fall The 1965 legislature approp riated to a state scholar ship program The new Higher Education Facilities Commis sion is trying to get the pro gram in gear to help lowans about to enter college At a meeting Thursday the nine member commission ex plored the problems of setting up such a farreaching plan in a hurry Jay W Stein commission di rector said there would be no crash program but all com mission members would like to award some state scholarships to students entering college this fall The which is for a twoyear period is intended to aid students on the basis of their ability and need The scholarships would be available only to lowans attending any of he states public or private col egcs or universities including junior colleges Stein said the state money would be used only for tuition and normal for board and room and other expenses mechanical failure after it took off during the attack on the Soc Trang strip 100 miles southwest of Saigon US spokesmen said a total of 30 planes pounded Ihe targets at Dien Bien Phu about 185 niles west northwest of Hanoi They said no antiaircraft fire was encountered over the sceno of the bitter 1954 fighting and no enemy planes were sighted All planes returned safely from the mission almost on the Laotian border they said The Viet Cong fired 20 to 25 mortar shells inlo the Soc Trang airfield but US helicopters there were hurriedly flown to another field Damage was min or Another air strike Friday took 20 Navy Skyhawks and Crusad ers 40 miles southeast of Hanoi the closest yet to the North Viet namese capital since air raids on the Communist North began Feb 7 the spokesmen said The raiders attacked the Nam Dinh oil storage tanks described as one of the biggest petroleum tank areas in North Viet Nam Pilots reported flames from the storage tanks shot more than 200 feet into the air from all compounds and approximate ly eight large tanks were de stroyed the spokesmen said Heavy antiaircraft fire was encountered pilots reported but no enemy planes were sighted and all planes returned safely to the carrier Oriskany the spokesmen said VIU NAM OIIN HIN KANSAS CITY AP The Civil Aeronautics Board opened investigation late Thursday into the crash of a jet airliner which skidded off a watercovered run way and broke into three pieces at Municipal Airport Four of the 66 persons aboard the Conlinental Airlines 707 were hurt in the crash early Thursday Pholofax BOMBED Map locates Dien Bien Phu which was at tacked by US Air Force planes and Narn Dinh tar get of US Navy planes in North Viet Nam Dien Bien Phu is the site of the French defeat in the Indochina War in 1954 Nam Dinh is 40 miles southeast of Hanoi He said interested students should apply for the scholar ships to the commission in Des Moines which will screen the applicants and administer a standard examination A scholarship will be for one school year but would be re newable for a total of four years if the student maintains aca demic standards and his finan cial need continues SAME   

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