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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - February 26, 1966, Ironwood, Michigan TEMPERATURES 24 period to 11 26 Previous 24 period 31 Year ago High 15 Low 1 Seasons Snow 107 Snow year ago IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE FORECASTS Fair lows 14 to Partly cloudy and warmer highs 34 to Mondays or snow and little temperature 47th NUMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE SATURDAY FEBRUARY TEN PAGES SINGLE COPY 10 First Apollo Moonship Is Launched Atmosphere in Jakarta Said To Be Tense Roads to Sukarnos Palace Are Blocked By JOHN CANTWELL SINGAPORE AP Indone sian armored cars and troops blocked all roads to Pres ident Sukarnos palace today and helicopters kept watch against student reliable sources The atmosphere in Jakarta was tense almost explosive In the wake of Sukarnos crack down on student the sources The proarmy Indonesian Student Action Front KAMI banned by Sukarno received a pledge of support from the ber Moslem Students the informants But it was not known if the army would continue to give tacit support for the have demonstrated to pro test Sukarnos ouster of Abdul Harris Nasution as de fense Sukarno outlawed KAMI after three days of massive demon Radio Jakarta said He banned all demon strations and imposed a curfew on the the radio A broadcast today indicated that the curfew now extends 2V2 hours Radio Jakarta said it would be in effect from to 6 KAMI led a fivemilelong fu neral parade of students through Jakarta Friday in con nection with protests over Su karnos Cabinet Ma rines and police with machine guns watched the march but the army sympathized with the stu reports in Singapore The funeral parade was or ganized after it was reported that three students one a girl were shot dead by guards during another KAMI demon stration outside Sukarnos palace The students were demonstrating against the ouster of an anticom munist who led a purge of Com munists after the 1 coup Sources in Singapore reported that three KAMI students were killed Thursday and two wounded the day before in dem onstrations outside the The Malaysian government ra dio said at least five students were five seriously wounded and 14 slightly injured during protests last Nasution has disappeared from His reached by telephone in the said she did not know where he had The Voice of Free a hidden radio station in said Nasution won a promise oi support from Ibrahim commander of the Siliwangi Division which has been sta tioned in central Diplomatic travelers reported earlier this week that some Sili wangi units were ordered to Jakarta to protect The clandestine radio said Aji told Nasution he was ready to act the second Nasution give the The broadcast did not say where the two generals Sf udents Spend Three Days Talking Back to Teacher TOO YOUNG TO and Theresa the children of Staff Larry Pierce play on the White House floor as President Johnson presents the Medal of Honor and accompanying citation to the sergeants Verlin Pierce of The Army sergeant threw him self on a mine in Viet Nam to save other squad Surrounding President Johnson and Pierce are members of the family and military AP Wirephoto Marines Fight Off Viet Cong Attack By GEOFFREY GOULD AP Education Writer WASHINGTON AP High school students from every state in the nation have spent the last hree days here talking back to They were encouraged to let fly on what they think is good or bad about their No holds were The picture that emerged was often highly Rejects Soviet Charge MOSCOW AP The Embassy announced today it has rejected as without any foundation Soviet charges of American violations of the par tial nuclear test ban The Soviet charges grew ou of the crash in Spain last month of an American bomber carry ing nuclear The American Embassy also a Soviet demand tha the United States end flights over foreign territories b bombers carrying nuclear The embassy said ses and By THOMAS REEDY South Viet Nam AP Marines fought off a determined Viet Cong attack near Chu Lai today and artillery duelled with enemy mortar fire as the Communists continued to step up their offen Todays attack by about 100 Red troops on a 50man Marine unit marked the second time in two days that the Viet Cong struck at A force of 160 Leathernecks hurled back a Viet Cong attack Friday night at Phu killing three spokesmen Marine losses were report ed Todays target for the Viet Cong was Phu an artillery base area 15 miles north of Sai Humphrey Cites Limit on Power By HOLLI WEST NEW YORK Pres ident Hubert Humphrey says that use of Americas almost unlimited military power in a limited degree is the most difficult act of self discipline this nation has had to The vice president made this statement Friday night at a din ner marking the 25th anniver sary of the journal Christianity and The 525 persons attending lis tened in giving Hum phrey ovations before and after his Humphrey said he made Workers at Holland Favor UAW Union HOLLAND at Bonn Aluminum and Brass Co in Holland voted 11795 Friday for representation by the United Auto Workers The union has lost in two previous repre sentation Avoid First of The Month Blues The LowCost Way H you have a lot of bills coming in and not too much ready look around the in the basement and garage for Dont Wants you can sell to raise extra Use a Daily Globe WantAd to sell The cost is the results are On The Range and in The Ontonagon Country Its The IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE Want Ads Get the Quick Action Results Phone 9322211 for Miss Ad Taker known Americas commitment to the triumph of selfgovern ment during his recent ninena tion tour of Southeast I have come away from Asia and the Pacific convinced that the spiritual and material re sources of America are essen tial ingredients in winning this he We seek no he We seek to impose no conditions upon Hum phrey said President Johnson and the American people are determined to pursue the course of halting Communist aggres Hans political science professor at the Univer sity of Chicago and a critic of American policy in Viet said he could not remember any controversy in American history as profound as the current one over the countrys role in Viet John president of Union Theological Seminary and editor of Christianity and said the journals next issue will contain a rare joint editorial questioning the sup positions of policy in Viet the magazine has advocated a negotiated end to the fighting About 50 pickets greeted the vice president as he left the Riv erside where the dinner spokesmen said the Reds fired 16 mortar but casualties were The Viet Cong were also ac tive in the northern part of the Mekong attacking a gov ernment outpost Friday 60 miles southwest of A spokes man said the 60man defense force suffered heavy For the fourth straight air attacks over North Viet Nam were hampered by poor An Air Force spokes man said all the bombing Fri day was by Air Force pilots flying F105 Thunderchief jets smashed at an ammunition depot and stor age area five miles from the city of Other Air Force targets included the Vinh Loc bridge and highway Navy Skyraiders and F4 Phantoms from the carrier Ranger hit a mountain pass Fri day 37 miles southwest of Giant B52 bombers hit sus pected Viet Cong targets in D zone about 30 miles northeast of a spokesman The guerrilla stronghold has been hit many times by previ ous B52 In the ground the Viet Cong attack on the Marine position began with a barrage of mortars and recoilless The main attack came at dawn when Viet Cong fighters man aged to cut their way through the outer triple apron of As they clawed through the single inner wire strand the as sault was halted by concentrat ed small arms fire and artillery support from the embattled The latest body count said that 18 Viet Cong bodies were found together with four subma four rifles and 50 hand Marine casual ties were One Viet Cong was a stretcher bearer was cap An armored troop carrier pat rol from the mechanized 5th 25th sur prised a Viet Cong platoon At tempting to mine a bridge near Cu Chi and killed 15 of the a spokesman these flights were made neces sary by the Soviet nuclear threat to Western Davis counselor for political delivered the embassy reply Friday to the So viet foreign The Rus sians accepted the reply but not its The Soviet charges were con tained in a 16 memoran dum to Ambassador Foy Kohler from Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei It said that as a result of the crash in Spain of a B52 bomber four hydrogen each of which surpassed in pow er hundreds of times over the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and fell on the terri tory of Spain and the coastal waters of the At least in one of these bombs the detonator blew up and radioactive substances were There is risk of radio active contamination also from the hydrogen bomb lying at the bottom of the The American reply termed this sheer saying The government of the Unit ed States rejects the allegations made by the Soviet government in its aide memoire of The government of the must be aware or could easily have that no nuclear weapon no nuclear explosion of any and no radioactive pollution ol the sea were involved in the un fortunate accident over the coast of was but it mixed with praise and apprecia The 102 students girls and white and Negro were promised anonymity in what ever future use might be made of their transcribed panel So they felt free sounded like Our faculty is backward and but our administrators are one girl Our superintendent thinks hes Gods gift to earth or some a boy Hes un The meeting was the brain child of Frank principal of the high who is nation ally known for his new tech niques in Brown said the students were selected by state and he asked for a mix of those who are average and bright but about to drop Here are some of the things the teenagers Are older or younger teachers for instance Boy Some teachers mellow with They say there are two things that get better with age wine and Its a shame they have to retire at the age of On the other some teachers are senile at 45 We had one who used to fal asleep in Finally they got rid of Girl I dont think I ever had a bad teacher who was Another girl I had a young teacher and she was one of the worst I ever We all got A but we didnt learn I was What kind of person makes a good teacher Boy They act like a Some of them act like you dont youre just a stupid little Everything they say is in a condescending Are school administrators and school boards afraid to take a chance Thats came a chorus in Mighty Saturn Rocket Hurls Craft Skyward Planes Set To Retrieve Cabin CAPE AP The first unmanned Apollo moonship successfully rocketed over a blistering bal listic course today and para chuted to a landing in the south Atlantic Recovery craft raced to re trieve TREEPOINT LANDING John of climbed down with only minor cuts after his small plane crash landed in a tree shortly after taking off from the Ham burg AP Wirephoto Tests Will Be Given By Selective Service one Boy Theyre afraid to try anything I had to go through a lot of garbage just to go on this Theyre so con cerned with their so concerned with what the com munity is going to think of There was the positive side too Girl Its all a matter of being young at My best teacher was my ninth grade science He was and his intenseness He enjoyed came his 1st Infantry Division continued to make only forces light contact in Operational Mastiff in the Boi Loi Woods 35 miles northwest of The divisionsized operation had dis covered a claymore mine facto Viet Cong hospitals contain ing and thousands of pounds of The division took light casual ties when they attempted to dis pose of a boobytrapped rice Elements of t he 1st 101st Airborne am Flags at Half Mast for Hero LOS AP All across New Mexico flags fly at half staff But the mourning is greatest in this ru ral community where a war hero has come home for the last His name was Daniel Fernan Last the 21yearold Army specialist fourth class deliberately threw himself over who said he j an exploding grenade in Viet He But his buddies Greater lore than this no one that one lay down his life for his With that simple passage from the Gospel of the Francis Schuler will begin his sermon at a Requiem High Mass for not in a but in a school gym nasium so that more of the youths friends might be able to After the the body will be taken to Santa about 90 miles for An eightman rifle squad will fire a graveside salute and a bugler will sound Mack acting in the absence of Jack issued orders that flags in the state dip in tribute to the young hero Representing the governor at the burial services will be bushed a small Viet Cong patrol John the states Friday north of Tuy Hoa and j adjutant killed three of the the spokesman The 1st Division also had tan gling briefly with a Viet Cong Fernandez had been decorat ed with the Purple Heart and Air Medal for previous service as a helicopter door gunner in Viet He was company and killing three Reds sent home to recover from knowledge and this it kind of communicated with One boy summed up this way The worst thing of all is the The nations brainpower is entrusted to people who are paid less than a garbage collec I would never become a teacher because lous of the ridicu WASHINGTON AP One million drafteligible students are expected to take the Selec tive Service college qualifica tion tests this ex ams will help draft boards de termine whether the students may stay in school or be draft Selective Service announced Friday that the test would be given on June 3 throughout the continental Unit ed Puer to Rico and the Canal May 2 and at locations Pay Raise Is Favored LANSING AP The gover nors special commission on legislative compensation report ed Friday it will recommend some kind of pay raise for leg Jmes commis sion chairman and a University of Michigan political science said the final com mission report will be presented to the Legislature and George Romney in Pollock did not say how much increase would be recommend Legislators now draw 000 a year plus in ex Romney appointed the com mission to make the study after some lawmakers called for a pay Any increase voted this year could not become ef fective until Draft deferment tests were last used during the Korean College students and high school students graduating this year will be eligible but they must apply to take the test by April The test is Science Research Associates of Chicago will administer the exams which will be similar to general aptitude About 5 per cent will relate to verba and linguistic skills and the oth er 50 per cent to quantitative The threehour test will cover four areas reading comprehen sion verbal relations arithme tic reasoning and data inter A Selective Service spokes man said the test has been so constructed that no special ad vantage will be given to any type of major course students are In announcing a return to th Korean war Gen Lewis B director o Selective said the test will provide local boards with more data on students when they consider college defermen requests next Under the new deferment pro local draft boards wi seek information on class stand ing of students to be considerec with the examinations in deter mining student The use of class standings has been assailed by some college administrators as being Some said they may refuse to cooperate with draft John vice presi Priest Is Suspended After Urging Formation of Union LOS ANGELES AP A young in trouble with his cardinal since 1964 when he asked the Pope for the prelates has been suspended from the priesthood after urging that priests form a The Roman Catholic Arch diocese of Los Angeles said the action was taken because of ir reverence and But said the William DuBay I could not allow my self to be Father suspension was said ordered his by James Francis Cardinal Mcln archbishop of Los He said the cardinal ordered him to promise to follow the policies of the re frain from speaking to news submit all future state ments and writings to the cardi go on a retreat and take an indefinite leave of The priest said he asked for a day to think the matter I returned to the he and informed the car dinal that I could not allow my self to be The cardinal then declared that I was sus pended from the The archdiocese said the suspension will be in effect until its provisions are with drawn by the ordinary of the diocese Cardinal If my appeal is denied or he no other avenue will be left open to me CAPE AP The mightiest rocket ever built by the United a Sat urn thundered skyward to day in an attempt to hurl the first unmanned Apollo moon ship over a blazing re entry The launching was the first of a long series of Apollo shots aimed at landing American as tronauts on the moon in this dec If there are no major prob the historic adventure could be achieved on the 12th early in The huge Saturn 22 sto ries tall and weighing 650 tons on blazed away from Cape Kennedy at EST on the tremendous million pounds of thrust generat ed by its first stage massive cluster of eight en if A tail of flame the length of a football field fanned out be hind the rocket as it climbed up tilting over on a south east The rocket was launched aft er the shot at one time was postponed today because of problems associated with pres surizing the first stage fuel The postponement announce ment was made by NASA at Ten minutes as newsmen were about to leave the Cape Kennedy press the control center an nounced that a further look at data showed that the trouble had been at the count was halted just four sec onds before liftoff when an elec tronic trouble sensing device noted the low pressure and au tomatically ordered a The countdown was recycled to 15 minutes and held there while technicians adjusted a pressure regulator in ground support The launching was the first for the Saturn which may be the most powerful rocket ever Soviet secrecy on the size of their rockets prevents Saturn IB is forerunner of the Saturn which will be the moon The rocket was to propel the unmanned three seat Apollo ship 310 miles into space and then drive it back through the earths atmosphere at more than miles an hour to de dent for instruction at Ohio termine how well it survives State called the use of class ranking a dangerous way to go about He said a student lowranked at a top school might stand far high er at one where standards are less Dean John Monro of Har vard University said he would jolting forces and searing The control center reported about three minutes after launching that the second stage engine had ignited as planned at an altitude of about 40 On the downward a spacecraft motor was to ignite twice in the first flight test of a comply if students request that propulsion unit that will steer except to seek redress through I ne vvithhold academic data from j Apollo astronauts to the moon their draft and bring them the civil In Father DuBay asked Pope Paul VI to remove Cardi nal Mclntyre as archbishop on grounds of gross malfeasance in He said the cardinal failed to exercise moral lead ership in racial The cardinal did not but issued a statement several months later on the serious moral obligation of all persons to avoid racial discrimination and Father then assistant pastor of a mostly Negro parish in suburban was transferred to a white parish in and later to Johns This week the priest proposed unionizing the nations Roman Catholic We need an American feder ation of priests just as teachers need their American Federation of Teachers because like are Employers the bishop and his chancery officials have interests distinct from those of priests on the firing The administrators job is mainly public relations and while the professional workers About million college stuNearly 40 minutes after dents now hold At I the cab present draft boards grant such j in section of the craft was to deferments on the basis of as parachute to a landing in the surances from schools that stu south Atlantic Ocean miles of dents are enrolled full time and are doing satisfactory southeast of Cape near Ascension A recovery fleet of ships and headed by the aircraft carrier was stationed in the area to retrieve the cone shaped Quintuplets Born Today EAST South Africa African woman gave birth to quintuplets in a tal First reports said the Nogesi Gquzulu and all the quints were The hospital said the three boys and two ranged in weight from 4 pounds 2 ounc es to 5 pounds 2 ounces and add ed that all had been placed in their births having The jury deliberated six hours occurred a month before returning its The about and the i Ottow was accused of perform Convicted AP jury and four women Albort of eight men convicted on three counts of criminal abortion Sentencing was set for March Father DuBay said he has service centers directly on the Tafeni were married by tribal custom 10 years ago in the District of Ken in Transkei native teir Five hours after birth all the ing abortions on three Madison women in 1962 and Maximum sentence on each count is three years imprison ment and a 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