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   Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1966, Austin, Minnesota                               Gemini 9 Astronauts Intent, Ready7 for 3rd Attempt to Launch Flight AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Il> KONAID THOMPSON AP Aerospace Writer KLNNEDY, Fla (AP) lated by the diamdtic sue cess of (he Suiveyot moonship locket cicws felt confident to d tlul tilt U can scoic i lollowup lnumph Fiidix "seicomniL, the oi Gemini 9 Thomas P St if and A Ccinan fiustiilcd twice in in effoit to e my out the nation s most dii ing manned space flight vuic upolled intent aid iculv loi a thud ti> Hie s itcllite 1 mm lied is i spaicclnso t M g e t foi the astronauts I! ibhcd acioss C ipe in its 01 hit of the eailh vvhui Stiffoid lid Ccimn plunged info bi icfiiic.s todav In leviewing i levied flight pi in paid pjiticulai it tuition to in flight dunces tint in iv be nnde if piotective hioud still is all iched to tin vclmle II tlie fibcijiss sinoud did n t sepn ite and still is l'io ojlcllite docking cdKii lie isti on mts piobablj not le able to attempt a linkup in spice But the satellite still em be useful in renderous pi ic tices S itisfactorv weather w as fin cist foi tin tiidiv attemjl Stafford Hid Cern in h donned their bulkv spue suits and crammed themselves into the tun Ceinini ship f ice the; gloomilv taken the elevator ndc back to the {.round Thcv another ch ince Fi i it 9 39 a m 'LDT) to set out on then 70 houi flight including satellite and hour space walk after a filistiating tvvo-dav dellj I pinned the blame f  shows U nh i 1 fiicnd Sue Shine tie nntmte of the musicil H sci ipci Jul e Hi Then in the t the o pi Is and Mis Johnson went to see the hit musical me feituruif! Lin hi t Luci 18 is to be Tiur c i i 6 to Pali iek Nugent I is plann n0 u ti p to Spain this summu The 15 A n i t i be bnef -ind Mi aim son ne due in foi s padmtton Silm da> ftom the i if Tex 1 ninth pad less tlnn liouis bcfoie tiouble stiutk Gemini 9 H continued to ciicle the eailh pcifoiming noi mall} Radio signals fiom the tat get sntelhlt to eai th indicated the oud did not scpai ate fi oni the ATDA But it m ly be that no one know foi sine if the mysteuous objects now unidentified ai e indeed pieces of the shioud until t le ashonauts go up and tike a look foi thtmsthes linkup in Gemini 9s flight plan the entire timetable in the alieacl> mission have to be again no matter how the sequence of ents fmallv e oh e the Gcmim 9 space turns could still accomplish the luck rendezvous exiecises ind emnn would be able to tike Ins cliboi ate 2l houi space w ilk All they do in sp ce piomincntly in the L-S plan to I ind men tn the moon the er d of the dee dt Appeal Made for Students in Corps Ga f tnt S'nnei director of the Of fiee of I conomic h s ippeiled foi stu d nt-> to join the Pe ice Coips oi the n t j ei Sin s ud it Moi (hnuce CflkM I '-UL.j.f st t'nt in 0 e us tlic m in o joined the Pe te C ij the Jfb C ips bt 1 d of the t ne pi it ei 1 WEATHER Xonoble doidnesi s ottered showers or thunder forms fon ghf Portlv cloudv cooler Fr do> Lov, ton ght 52 C2 H ghs Fr day ly n ALSI1N, MINN THURSDAY, JUNF 2, SINGLE COPY lOc 16 PAGES CORE Advocates U.S. Put Priority on Civil Rights, Leave Viet Nam ION f The f iiLross (f Racial I H OKI- idvocaied th it tie tnited States put first pu ontv on the civil rights pro- nm ind get out of flovd national di ir lot of the civil richts MOup ill the House Confer c ice on Civil Rights would be I-ed to bick Us stand and he H t there w as a v pry t nnce it would do so 1 he tw o-dav conference ends fodiv aftei adoption of ns in rich of the P commit o groups m which the 400 locates Ind been meeting Piesident Johnson in an an i unced ippeiranee at o din i r meeting utmnetl the confcrenco not t xiKK-t anv president! il mu i I ut I d t pledge tin I 1m i n I io ni} chvs ind ch tilenti ns I hive been to the pursuit nf justice ind I j M tumtv f i th s) 1< nrt   mlumil li cnet! can bv llstlf ch the conditions of life in America But he In outht the 2 -VW dele Rites to their feel with the measured declnition that vvc ire moving we slnll not tuin Inck lohnson s unannounced ip pen ince it the c nfenncc w s seen hv minv dclcg itcs ns a Telegraphers Contract Is Extended V, Nt tntois icpoiled todav tint tin I iiion to ind the Commcicial i ipheis I mon to ixtind t inidmslu lime 7 tl e conti cl whose cxpirition led to t f( in hour n iticmude wilkout cdiHscl iv I ndei Ilio extinsi n nient inv incie iscs ind  il dstec p ilhu Hosp 11 a 1 ij GRIMY HAND OF GREETING Vn Rflbrrt F Ki-nnfilv D N V timlM as he a hand hegriniftl hv airplane planned hi Ixm- ing the Smith African govern dnn before resuming hU trip In menl s nnltcv of racial segrega- Successful Surveyor Shot Defies Long-Shot Odds Striking Iron Workers Return to Jobs After Tentative Contract OK M1NM IS The 100 sinking non woikeis v bo tied up an estim ited 'W 000 con stiuction woikeis jobs this week l> leturn to woik todav aftei it, lehine, tentative ii reement on i IKVV conti act Ihree i ther unions involved m vv ine disputes tlso settled with c'ntiactois night 1 IH v lepiesent laboiers bliek 1 veis und oper iting The lion vvoikers set up pick i lines Tucselav woik i I uiidmk iid highway ccn stiuclion jobs in southern md central Mmnescta as well as western (Teneral Conti ac tois Inc lepiesenlmg emplov us contended that the sti ike tied up a pivioll of M million   nights a i cement came iftei a six hour baigun ing session called by Goidon Pit ble fedenl neL.oU itoi After 10 houi Cession Tuesdav he there would be no mote. t Iks until next week Hut 1 decided to call them back he sud Thcj had been so elise to in isicement when things hi oke dow n Tuesday night Now I m glad I did it U.S. Planes Continue to Hit Red Missile Sites Bi ROBFRT TLCKMVN s South Nim f L S planes hammeicd Isoith let Nam in missive i lids foi i third consecutiv e d iv concenti Umg once iqnn on antian craft nncl missile sites Ihcv ilso midc a spectaculu strike on a 20 truck Communist supply comoj I, S militiiv hcidquaiteis reported lodiv The heavy iir ruds dav were earned out at i cost of three more Amencan plines riismg the number of I S ci iff shot down OM.1 Vilb im to 2o-l One pil t is ie cued Six pi mes hive been sh t b> the Communists since Aloud n when a break in the w cither enabled the I nitod Stitcs lo step up the an offcn sive igaiiT-t Noilh ict Nam I S giound foi cos in South ict Isim mule sporidic c ntict with the cncmv div 1 S casu lilies diopped 1 t week the U S comm ind ie port ed while those of the South Vielmmese ind the cncmv ie imincd about the s ime T he cisuiH> i cpoi t foi tht week ending Mi> listed 17 Amciitins killed m battle wounded md two missmt, Tlie ec k bcfoi e thei e vv ei e 14G clc id 8 n v oundccl ind no mis in 1 lie cicualues bi ought the numbei of Americans rcpoitcd k Mod in battle since Tin 1 to 1 "Oj In i noffic.1 iJ t ibnHiion the numbei of wounded to 10 JJ3( id the totil Amencan dead in amese war to 3 So3 ci nmcnl spokesman i d MO Vietnamese tioops wcie killed ind TI missmt, or cip lined in the week Foi tlie pic v 95r Vietnamese lep lied killed ind 84 missinjj oi c iptuicd C ovcni me it wounded u e not di1- ch scd South ind ilind foi ces i ted thice bi tie cle thb and six wounded the lilies icpoited 1 171 Com mini Ms killed compiled to 1 23o foi the of Ally him mg chimed encmv dcid foi llu veil lo 910 The mim bei c f Reds repoi ted c iptui ed 11 se to fi( m 'U tlie week be foi e SIGN' TFTS CONTRVCrS M V> LV Cuiliv Ithnson ind Jim Tumci the N ew oi k Jets kickei s i etui n ed then signed conti icls for DGf to the club NEWS BRIEFS Snulh Africa where he will he tion Mm Shearer U nf Phlln ilelphla was in Ixindon nn a fnurdnv visit (AP -.Irfn to Mta I Iherty RrHe, a Kuril nf the multiracial No narbnra Sheerer, fi Ixmdon air- linnal Lnlnn nf Smith AfrVnn port lifter tartar Students. He Molded crltklr- vfa caMe from Ixmdon) fmm WmMflgtan Kennedy Won't Run for Office Again: Scranton II P Gov Sennton of Icnnsvhann s nd todiy Ih U he would nevei aa nn inn f( i piesidcnt 01 my othei iHiblic office I m not Rome, lo um evei igun foi any public office under .my encumst nice he told i news confcicnce lint is nrevocihle h dcclaicd Peace Told Between Indonesia Malaysia Mi Malajsia Deputj Piemiei runl u Abdul Razak nmoiinccd today that Indoncsi i has iccepted M i laysia as a sovcieign state and pe ice between the two South cist lias been achieved Ha7ik said Kual i 1 nmpiir and lakirli soon will missions entrusted with the job of working out the details of the peace agreement reached by him and Foicign Minister Adam Malik of Indonesia in Bangkok Wednesday 'Strangelove' Author Found Dead ST LEONARDS England (AP) Author Peter George whose book was filmed is Dr How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb was found dead nesday night He was 41 Police said he died of a head and a discharged single bai relied sholpnn was between his knees A fncnd slid the author had not been in good luath recently and had Iwen depressed Dietetic Foodstuffs Seized by FDA WASHINGTON (AP) The Food and Dniff Admmistntion mnouncod twby scmiro of n qmntily of foodstuffs allegedly used in Zon rmcrobiotic ind   Science Wntti PVSADCNA, Calif (AP) bin veyor 1 defying odds a first tty success eailhwaid today sink inj photos of the lunar land seape aftei a seemingly perfect gentle landing on the moon The pictures indicated to sti enbfic vieweis at the Jet Pio pulsion Lnboiatoiy thai the Set of Stoims taigel area has a itl ely smooth hard sui face ippniently as a possi ble descent point foi futuie is tionauts The successful touch down executed pi eeiselj as pi o giammed as a Irn stiide foi the "Lnitcd Apollo lunai exploration s loclct bi akin4 stem is similai to tint on the ciaft astionauts will for a 1 Hiding latei in the decade pictuie senes beginnniL, it 5 45 a m LD1 usny a diffeient TV screen than that of two eailier batches showed a bioid plain devoid of majoi fei- tui es peppered with eithei peb- bles 01 pits caused meteor i es Theie seveial small pi ommences and some goug- ing if the suiNce Ind been objects nom space it an nngle No Dnmn0e The pictures showed no c. m- to the spiclen instrument- jammed ciaft 10 feet high and 14 in diameter The> chowed feet iec mg itop the ciusl impoilint evidence in view of opinions of some scion I that the sui face might be deep dust 01 spongy lava tint could swallow a landing vehicle The b20-pound plan ed its tlnee legs liimly on the luinr tuist at 2 17 37 am EDT G3 houis and a quaitci- rmlhon miles aftei its launch Mond n fiom Cape Kenncdj A laboialoi} spokesman said aftei viewing the fust 144 pic tines leceivcd nt the Gold stone U ackmg station on the deseit to the east and related hpi e that the landing w as fnm enough howevei to cause one foot to make a slight con tict depiession shadow mound the ecldc of one of the two feet within langc (f the camel a indicated the depression was quite slnllovv ptilnps two inches the spokes mm SIK! Mint Dow n C unei i The timera wis shut down when the eaith s lotation blocked ils to Goldstnne and officials said no fuithei pic- tuies expected until 11 30 p m when Golds tone agnin is in position to receu c Ti stations at Canbcri n Madrid ind lolnnncshuig weie to make chocks with sinvov 01 its crucial teiminal sequence i ciitwhecl in sp ice to point it s feet moonw 11 d then at CO miles out a blast from its pow eiful rctio-roeket engine to slow to landing speed of 8 m p h ended with all instruments ap pnently functionm., IhiiU five minutes liter it bt televising pictures sent n itionwule ind oveise is by thiec nctwoiks employing the I aily Bud satellite The fust bitch of tin ee showed a leg ind othei poitions w ith the lumi sui ficc in the b ickyound Thcie was nothing to hint of cbngci to futuie minncd Hnd nif, ciaft Flit Fcnturpltss second batch of 30 showed moie distant terrain flat and feitureless except for a shid apparently th it of the spiccciaft in the slnpc of a thiec and what to be a luge rock The first two scries televised with 200 scan lines compaicd to 'i21j for a home screen were dim ind fuzzy and difficult to infer piet Later shots with bOO scan lines Surveyor is expected tc re tuin hundreds before the chill of the lunar night ends its life 12 days hence were far clearer The third sequence of about TO heller quality pictures though some of these were too were flashed on a TV screen foi bnef peiiods 'ess than a minute apart They made is the nmera mounted on Smveyoi s fiinie swivoled about They gav e f HI t hci v lew s of parts of the spicecraft and looked anew at the largo rock pictured earlier. Large is rel- it m It ippeiicd no laiDti til in 8 to 10 inches aci oss Long shots looking out over the lind seape added no new details Fuithei ti insmissions conlm ued at intervals into the dav a bou ildei wg anefy of close ind long shots of and Us new neighborhood Hash lews Pietuies blinked onto the lab oi atoi v s v lew ing sci een at tin ee inlet v als affoi cl Jufat flash views to vieweis Additional shots town-d the foot of the cr aft show ed surf ice ai cis that appeared soft and fuzzy otheis that appeared il most like diy mud with ci icks still others tint seemed liUeietl with fine debiis having sharp edges In one a white spot show on the horizon w as ex pi lined as sun glaie on the cameia lens All pictures in addition to being telev ised w ei e recorded on tape and film Photographic prints available lalei weie ex pected to be considerably sharp ei than the TV Some shots vveie expected to be better in quality expei ts si> than the nine pictures sent biek by the Soviet lirion s Lun i 9 last Feb 3 Surveyor s feat was regarded as a significant advance ov ei 1 una 9 which finally scoied aftei at least four failures The Soviet ciaft was a 200 pound shock resistant ball containing a cameia It appaiently was ejected sev eial hundred feet above the sui face f i om a cai riei vehicle equipped with small reho-rock ets US scientists said its un SURVFYOR (Continued on 8) THIS PHOTOGRAPH trans- mitted from the moon bv Sur- veyor and released by Pasa- dena s Jet Propulsion Labora- tory shous, the lab said. a moon rock inches high and reflections of the sun This plc- twetve Inches long Smallei lure was transmitted to earth Til pebbles arc several Inches in 200-lme resolution. (AP ttiic- Uanieter Bright spots at left arc photo J THIS HISTORIC boom end and at lower right the flist trinsmittul fiom the the tup of a helium container H moon by the Lnitcd States' Snrvejor sp icccraft shows one of the crtfl s landing legs the leg s footpad an nntcnn i the top of a helium container was transmitted to eirth a few minutes after the crift soft' tindcd It Has followetl by many others Resolution w is 200 lines to the pictuie This pictuie wis relc isid by seftntists at Jet Propulsion L ibor Uoi Mire photo) Suburban Detroit Schools Paralyzed; Teachers Fail to Report to Class DI THOIT 'API Public tcachcis seeking to un del line labor contract demands failed to icpoit to classrooms today and paialyzed Flint schools and foui subuiban Do troit systems One teachei s union official described the situ ition as a strike although such are pro- hibited by public employes in Michigan The law however was amended in to give them the right lo oiganize and biigtim collectively Dismissal loss of soniontv and other automatic penalties under the previous law were withdrawn. dov deorge Romncy said he would meet later with the State Labor Mediation Board to get a full picture of what s happen ing ind to determine vvh it steps if my are to be taken Picket lines minncd by mem bus of the AFI (IO Michunn Federation of Teachei s were up at 1fi schools with an eniollmcnt of about 24 SOU in the Detroit aica These were in Tavlor Township Mclvimhlc and Ninth De uborn Members of the independent Michigan Kducalion Association picketed an estimated 55 schools m Hint and forced the closing of all Tom Hill in official (f the AFLCIO union estimated 400 members failed to repoit and mother too called in sick in Tayloi Township 121) out of a total of 220 failed to report in Mclvindale and out of in failed to show up m North Dearborn Heights Teachei s in a fourth Detroit area district Ciestwood in Dearborn Heights also stayed oul The disli ict h is seven schools with about 180 teachers Theie was no immediate In- dication how long the wa would last   

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