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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1966, Mason City, Iowa                                MOSCOW scien tists have two dogs intoorbit in experiment ap parently aimed taking man farther and longer into space An official announcement said the dogs were lofted Tuesday aboard the satellite Cosmos 110 It said the animals named Vet erok Breeze and Ugolyok Little CoalNut were orbit orbiting Breeze Little CoalNut ing the earth every 96 minutes 18seconds The Soviet news agency Tass said the farthest point of their orbit is more than 500 miles from the earth This is the point where radia tion may be dangerous to living organisms They may be trying out protective garb for deep space travel Western scientists believe thai it their journey is successful it will be followed by a new Soviet space spectacular It could be an attempt to put a satellite probably carrying more dogs around the moon Or it could be a try at landing dogs on the moon to test conditions for sending humans there More likely these scientists believe would be an attempt to orbit a large space laboratory round the earth It is known that Soviet cosmo nauts for some lime have been trying to simulate conditions which would occur in an eight man spaceship designed to stay aloft for considerable periods perhaps several months Trained dogs have pioneered the space trail for men in the Soviet program The first dog in orbit was Lai ka launched Nov 3 1957 less than a month after the Soviets put up the first Sputnik Two other dogs Belka and Slrclka went up in a Soviet sat ellite Aug i9 1960 Before sending anyone to the moon animals and men must test the radiation barrier This reportedlyis one of the objects of the Cosmos series When Luna 9 made the first successful soft landing of instru ments the moon nearly three weeks ago reports circulated in Moscow that dogs were being trained for lunar flights The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION lllc a Ore MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1966 Associated Press Full Lease Wires VOL 106 No 13 To fight pollution Pope opens Lenten season Pope Paul VI bows his head at St Peters Basilica in Vatican City Wednesday before Paolo Cardinal Marella marks the sign of the cross in ashes on the Pontiffs forehead Phntofax For the first time in his Pontificate Pope Paul blessed the ashes publicly at St Peters Cardinal Marella is archpriest of the Basilica Grab Syrian government BEIRUT Lebanon Leftwing army officers in Damascas overthrew the Socialist government oJ Syria before dawn Wednesday arrested government leaders and closed the countrys borders The coup the 15th in troubled Syria since 1949 was broadcast by Damascus radio in a series of com that indicatec 9 hunted after fire in hotel MINEOLA AP A charred was found Wed nesday in the ruins of a 50year old stucco and wood hotel and a search continued for perhaps nine other persons counted for still not ac The fire broke out about jm Three persons jumped from the rebels planned to speec up the countrys march toward socialism Army units seized power at am while Damascus slept an arrested Gen Amin Hafez hea of state and chairman of th Presidency Council Prime Min ister Salah Bitar and Defens Minister Maj Gen Mohamme Omran Damascus radio said the coup was a shuffle of power inside the ruling Arab Baath Reawak ening Socialist party that came to power in a rebellion in 1963 but the list of those arrested indicated the Baath regime ac Inside The Globe HE of COLORFUL the Queen history of the Lake Front the Lake Shore Hotel is traced in a photofeature Page 25 Editorials 4 Society North Iowa news 10 Clear Lake news 12 Sports 1516 Bowling news 17 Ask end to debate on Viet Demos meet with Jlohnson WASHINGTON lican and Democratic Senate leaders called Wednesday for more supporting action and fewer arguments over the war in Viet Nam Democratic congressional leaders conferred with President Johnson al the White House and a spokesman Sen George Smathers of Florida told news men afterward the time for de bate we feel is now over He called for closing ranks Mason City news Latest markets Comics 2021 21 windows and fered smoke four others inhalation suC and burns None was said to be in critical condition Police said their report of 10 missing was based on a check showing 36 persons were regis tered The hotel is near the cen ter of this Long Island village the Nassau County seat Frances Anderson manager said the hotel register was destroyed in the blaze The fire was declared under control at am and police and firemen began searching the smoking ruins Patrolman John S Dabrosski 45 said he was walking his beat near the hotel when he smelled smoke and saw flames leaping from the structure He said a number of persons tually had been obliterated The rebel command calling itself the Temporary Com mand of the Baath party said the party founder Michel Aflak AMIN HAFEZ Under arrest behind the President and brave fighting men in Nam A few hours later Senate Re publican leader Everett M Dirk en of Illinois declared that the ime for more talk on this pend ng measure is past The or action is here and now Dirksen referred in a Senate peech tothe pending bill to au horize billion more in mili ary hardware for support roops Tanks planes and vari ous other items are included He spoke out after Sen Rus sell B Long DLa told news men he had no idea when critics mostly Democrats would per mil a vole on the authorizalion bill He said it would be incred Ihe leadership to have lo seek cloture to shut off de bale on a measure involving our nalional security our pledg es lo Viel Nam and our obliga lions under Ihe Southeast Asia Treaty Organization The congressional chieftans who conferred with the Presi dent for about 2Vi hours emerged with words of praise for Johnsons leadership and statements that the country strongly supports administra lion policy Hoping for Apollo shot Thursday CAPE KENNEDY Fla Weather experts studied clone patterns Wednesday hoping fo a break that would enable th space agency to reschedule th first launching of an unmanned Apollo moonship for Thursday A Saturn IB most powerful rocket ever built by the United States was to have boosted the Apollo into space Wednesday The shot was postponed Tuesday Chairman J W Fulbright D LBJ offering vast program WASHINGTON Johnson proposed o Congress Wednesday a vast program to combat pollu ion clean entireriver basins and change from a bar America bereft of its beauty and shorn of its ustenance Johnson sent Congress a long special message spelling out details High administration officials estimated that the price tag will be mil lion for the fiscal year be ginning July 1 Johnson in cluded no figures in his message for all he has in mind But Johnson asked Automation revolution hits farms million for a single phase a demonstration proguasi for cleaning rivers Throng greets carnival king An estimated million people lined the streets of New Orleans Tuesday to greet Rex King of Carnival clur AP PhoLofax ing Mardi Gras festivities This is how the Rex procession looked wind in or down St Charles Street McNamara weathermen fore clouds wind arid were leaning from windows call ing for help and that he yelled Dont jump as he raced for a fire alarm box Cause of the fire was not im mediately determined Dabross ki said the flames were coming from behind the kitchen when he arrived BULLETIH NEW YORK Johnson said Wednesday night in a new reply to crit ics of his Viet Nam policy that the United States is not caught up in a blind escala tion of force leading toward a wider war Weather outlook Mostly fair Wednesday night lows 513 Thursday partly cloudy with increasing south erly winds and warmer highs in 30s Weather details was also under arrest with par ty chief Mouniff Razzaz the speaker of Parliament and the vice chairman of the Presidency Council Between blares martial music broadcast communiques said Hafez and the others would night when cast heavy rain in the Cape Kennedy area In case the firing is put off until Friday a weather satellite launching which h a d been scheduled that day tentatively vyas moved up to Thursday The Delta which is to launch the satellite named ESSA 2 is a Ark of the Senate Foreign Re lations Committee has indicated that committee may want to continue public hearing on Viet Nam policy be brought to trial and crushed They were de nounced as rightists who had betrayed Syrias Socialist revo lution The communiques did not identify Ihe rebel commanders but they appeared to be a group of extremist officers and politi ians known as The Young urks who have advocated peedup of socialism in the past The leader of the extremis ving is Maj Gen Salah Jedid ormer chief of staff of the army who was ousted from rower last year The broadcast did not make clear whether the rebels shotj their way into power or the coup was bloodless The coup leaders declared a curfew from dawn until further SYRIA Please Turn to Page 2 proven rocket which can be fired in a rain storm if neces sary because it does not require the photographic coverage needed for a new booster like the Saturn IB If something should go wrong with the IB the camera record could help pinpoint the trouble The ESSA 2 firing scheduled or am would be shifted back to Friday if the Saturn Wont negotiate Viet surrender By DAVE McMILLEN Throw away the scoop shovel is the battlecry of many North Iowa fanners as they seek to employ the grow ing power of automation to in crease the efficiency of farm management Automation in the last 20 years has brought a revolution farm management and les sened the need for experienced farm help according to many farmers They were attending the third annual Iowa Materials Handling Field Days at the North Iowa Fair Grounds This was the consensus of those interviewed Wednesday as visitors con linucd to flow through the doors of the General Exhibit Hall and Girls 4H Building f o r he second day of the field days The ex hibition con tinues through Thursday Ralph Dav enport gener al chairman of the field days estimated Tuesdays op ening day crowd at about 3000 The response has been even better than we had expected ic said Those expectations were about 10000 for the three day event Automalion has thrown away now propose that 1 he said to we begin clean and Focus on Iowa shot goes Thursday The committee voted 87 to day to hear Secretary of De fense Robert S McNamara be hind closed doors McNamara had refused earlier to talk about administration policy in a public session hut has agreed to testify in private Sens Eugene J McCarthy DMinn and George D Aiken RVt who left the meeting ear ly said McNamara will be called in current hearings on Johnsons request for a lion supplemental foreign aid authorization the bulk of which provides economic assistance to South Viet Nam WASHINGTON AP Sec retary of Defense Robert S McNamara told two Senate com mittees Wednesday the United States stands ready to facili tate negotiations for a just set tlement in South Viet Nam but not to negotiate surrender To that end McNamara said in his annual statement on the nations military posture the United States is prepared to continue its military collabo ration with the South Vietnam ese forces as long as the Com munists insist on fighting and we are ready to cope with any further escalation of the conflic on their part The defense chiefs views on he Viet Nam conflict and the possibility of widened war were spelled nut in a 220page formal statement delivered to a closed joint session of the Senates med Services Committee and Appropriations subcommittee In his statement McNamara echoed the Viet Nam policies expressed recently by Presi dent Johnson Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk and Vice President Hubert H Humphrey He emphasized the adminis trations effort to negotiations for peace and praised the military help being given in South Viet Nam by Aus Ask N Viefs for peace folks MOSCOW AP Britains disarmament minister made a surprise call on the Norlh Viet namese envoy in Moscow Wed nesday in a bid lo get talks starlcd lo end the war in Viet Nam The minislcr Lord Chalfonl is in Moscow with Prime Min ister Harold Wilson who was seeking Soviet help in bringing the war to the peace table Chalfonts visit lo the Norlh Vietnamese charge daffaires Lee Chang took place on Ihe sidelines of the BritishSoviet conferences There was no immediate indi cation of the outcome of Chal fonts meeting Wilsons aim in establishing direct contact with Ihe North Vietnamese authorities appar ently was to begin a dialogue directly with the Hanoi author ities in order to set the basis for a possible peace conference Brilish informants said Tues day they saw signs of Soviet willingness lo support Wilsons call for keeping Ihe Middle Easl peaceful and end the Viet Nam war Wilson met again Wednesday with Soviet Premier Alexci N Kosygin and was scheduled to have talks with Communist party chief Leonid 1 His meeting with Brezhnev had not been on the program and was arranged during the night British sources said Wilson also was lo call Wed nesday on former Soviet Presi dent Anaslas I Mikoyan ralia New Zealand and South orea At another point in his slate ment McNamara discussed the SinoSoviet rift and said The contest between the two Communist powers opens up new dangers and new oppor unities for the free world McNamara said the Chinese lave rejcclcd Soviet overlures or belter relations and united action in support of the North Vietnamese government Their refusal has caused the loss of some support among the neu tral Communisls he said and ed even lo a reluclance by North Vicl Nam and North Ko rea to echo Pekings propagan da attacks on Moscow But because Moscows strate gy is refute Pekings charges of Russian connivance with US mperialism McNamara said we must conlinue to expect a harsh antiAmerican tone in So viet policy pronouncements McNamara said there is grow ing recognition in the free world thai Ihe Viet Nam war is the result of Communist aggression and is controlled from Hanoi urged on by Peking The American effort to seek negoti ation is widely supported by VIET NAM Pltiie Turn to Page 1 the scoop shovel said Clif ford Schilling Reared on a farm near Nashua he is now feeding a couple of hundred catlle on his 440acrc farm near Ionia To handle his farm operations he has joined the march of auto malion by installing a silo un loader feeder If I and automatic cattle preserve entire river basins from their sources to their mouths The ultimate goal is to clean all of the nations rivers the President said and eventually these projects will pay their own way from money local communities collect from users of the waters Johnson had some other pro posals That Congress authorize com pletion pf the National Park Sys tem by 100th anniver sary of Yellowstone the first national park He mentioned es pecially a Redwood national park in Northern California and said he will submit separate legislation to establish it He said it will be costly but we must move swiftly to save the majesty of a forest whose trees soared upward 2000 years ago He said he will be passing along legislative proposals for development of a nationwide system of trails particularly near metropolitan areas pat terned along lines of the Appa lachian Trail which swings along the mountains from Maine to Georgia Johnson asked thai Ihe Inte rior Department be given the responsibility for leading the na tional clean water effort He said he is submitting to Con gress a plan to transfer lo Inte rior Ihe Water Pollulion Conlrol Adminislration now in the Dc parlmenl of Heallh Education and Welfare Beyond lhal Ihe president proposed establishment of a na tional water commission lo bring fpgelher the very best minds in the country to judge present efforts and recommend longrange plans didnt have them my chores just wouldnt get done SCH1LL1NG CASEBOLT A tough tightening of enforce ment authority got Johnsons approval He recommended among other things that the fed ral government be given au hority immediately to bring suit to stop pollution that threat ens public health or welfare He suggested thai private citizens be allowed lo sue in federal courl for relief from pollution He proposed registration of all existing or potential sources of pollution with authority for US officials lo inspecl Ihem he said Hired help is out You just cant afford lo compete with factories when kids can go out and get an hour Those that are willing dont have the necessary experience in mosl cases Orian Cascbolt estimates that a portable mixer and automatic feeding devices save about 80 per cent lime and labor in his farm operation He farms aboti FOCUS Please turn to Page 2 SAME tnUek FUr Meant Traffic in II Hnuri Deitb   

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