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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1965, Salt Lake City, Utah                             Tribune Phones News departments 3631511 information scores 3557511 j business advertising circula tion departments 3631525 Vol 190 No 156 Salt lake City Utah Friday Morning Starch 19 1965 Salt Lake City and Utah Partly temperatigcr moderating in the region Weather map is on page B9 Prico leu e t r f Soviet Astro Ties You Said II i ihT A 11 Tt7 tlT One On in Space CAPE KENNEDY FLA 10 minutes Thursday the earth had a living moon Lt Col Alexei Leonov stepped out of his orbiting space ship garbed in a special protective suit and for 600 seconds became an earth satellite entirely on his own Apparentlyonly a tieline attached him to his mother ship while he did acrobatics in space so he could haul himself aboard again He traveled perhaps 3000 miles in air less space at a speed of around 17500 miles per hour His eyes his brain the photographs Leonov took all promise a clearer picture of what the black void of space and its billions of stars really look like For unlike previous astronauts Soviet or American nei ther his eyes nor the cameras had to gaze through thick port holes of a spacecraft Leonov looked at earth and cosmos presumably tiirough a far thinner pane of glass in his heavy helmet Outside his spaceship Leonov probably faced greater exposure to radiation and to the risk of being hit by a tiny meteoroid or bit of space dust traveling at mammoth veloci ty that could puncture his pressurized suit Whetlier doctors equipped his suit or body with special sensing devices to measure any particular physical effects from his exploits the Soviets have not said He was weight less of course but so had he been inside his mothership LBJ Mobilize Guard Gov Wallace Asks March Protection By Rex Thomas Associated Press Writer MONTGOMERY George C Wallace asked Presi dent Johnson for federal civil assistance Thursday night to pro tect marchers and the President replied by offering to mobilize the Alabama National Guard Wallace requested help to protect demonstrators during a massive highway pilgrimage planned Sunday by Dr Martin Luther King Jr A white segre gationist promptly vowed to lead a reverse march in protest The President told newsmen in Washington he had a telegram from Wallace saying it would take 6171 men 489 vehicles and 15 buses excluding support units to provide protection for the marchers and people along the route from Selma to Mont gomery Suggests Guard The federal government of course does not have civilian personnel approaching figures uggested by Gov Wallace aid the President However Gov Wallace has at his disposal over 10000 trained members of the Alabama National Guard which he could call into service If he is unable or unwilling to call up the Guard and to maintain law and order in Ala bama I will call the Guard up and give them all the support required Mr you consider yourself a profes sional burglar the defense at torney asked a burglary trial witness who testified for the state after he pleaded guilty as a codefendant No sir the witness replied just an amateur Thats why got caught Soviet Capsule Spins On On After Russ Swims in Space Red Millions Witness MoonStride on TV By Fred Colernan Associated Press Writer MOSCOW intrepid Russian cosmonaut took his torys first free swim in space Thursday apparently putting Soviet Union months ahead of the United States in preparations lor the race to the moon Early Friday he and his anchorman were still in orbit aboard their spacecraft They reappeared over Soviet territory earlyFriday in tht twoman Voskhod 2 As they entered their second day of orbiting Moscow radio an nouncing it gave no hint that they might land soon or try further steps outside the ship Tass said they took turns working and sleeping through tht night and both ate breakfast Millions of viewers in the Soviet Union saw direct television coverage as Alexei Leonov 30 made mans first step into slowly somersaulting and float ing as though in a vast midnight blue swimming pool Millions See Films Millions of others around the globe saw films of the spectacu lar achievement later Thursday Viewers watched spellbound as Leonov maneuvered Then he returned safely to the cabin of his twoman space craft the Voskhod 2 as the So viet Union took another gian stride in the race for the moon A top Soviet space official Vasily Seleznev told a television Floating in weightlessness a short distance from Sonet space ship Voskhod 2 cosmonaut Alexci Leonov becomes the first Press Iladiophoto man to leave a capsule in outer space Photo is from Moscow television screen picture transmitted after first orbit Thursday news conference that the tar get before us mw is the moon and we hope to reach it in no dis tant future He said practice for this was the most important reason tha Leonov left the ship Others he Press Wirephpto Henry H Fowler Former undersecretary accepts call Dillons Post Assigned to Conservative Parties Join To Speed Voter Right New York Times Service WASHINGTON President Johnson announced Thursday that he had nominated Henry H Fowler to replace C Douglas Dillon as secretary of the treasury Dillon who has wanted to leave government for some time is expected to offer his re signation shortly Fowler 56 is a corporate law yer and a former undersecreta ry of the treasury who left the department in April 1964 Leaves for Kanch Mr Johnson left Washington Thursday afternoon for a long weekend at his LBJ Ranch in Texas His press secretary George E Reedy said Mr Johnson would hold a hews con ference at the ranch at noon Saturday Shortly before the Presidents departure reporters were sum moned into his office where they found Fowler a short dapper man with carefully groomed white hair Cook Close Fricnrt It was known that for several weeks Mr Johnson had attempt ed to persuade Donald C Cook president of the American Elec trical and Power Service Corpo ration of New York to take the Treasury job Cook a close personal and po litical friend of the President was reported to have declined for personal reasons that may be Johnson said Wallace declined comment on the Presidents statement Earlier the governor told the Alabama Legislature that feder al civil assistance was neces sary to guarantee the safety and well being of the civil rights marchers as well as other residents of the state Maximum Security Speaking to a joint assembly of the House and Senate the governor said it would take 2000 securitypersonnel on a 24hour basis for the state to assure maximum security He estimated By E W Kenworthy New York Times Writer WASHINGTON The bipart isan voting rights bill started p its legislative journey throug both houses ofCongress Thurs day amid displays of ove whelming support that seemec toaugur relatively quick enact Russian Feat Not Unexpected But West Expeirts aid were that osmonauts will By Nate Hazeltine Washington Post Writer jistrator of Jh5 National flight is obviously th nautics and Space Administra WASHINGTON space j officials Thursday hailed Rus sias newest space feat as a tion spectacular that was not com pletely unexpected have been expecting them to do something said Hugh L Dryden deputy admin Advance In a similar vein Edward C spectacular we It was obvious tod that non of the American spaceleaders Welsh executive directorof the National Space Council said the feat of the Russian cosmonaut in emerging and reentering the twoman space capsule during inthe future take part in assemblying spaceships and here may also arise the need or repairing the craft Priority Xestored Seleznevs remark about j restore this project to the priori a GeniiniDuo Rehearses US flight By Associated Press CAPE KENNEDY While Russian space twins spared through the skies astro nauts Virgil I Grissom and John W Young staged a fullscale rehearsal Thursday for theirown tandem flight scheduled Tuesday They donned their silver space suits and climbed into their Gemini 3 spacecraft to run hrough the entire 3orbit 4 hour 2 minute mission The bell haped spacecraft is perched atop a 90foottall Titan 2 rocket on Launch Complex No 13 Weather Again While the astronauts made anvold bugaboo to ty it helduntil former Premie Nikita S Khrushchev dpwngrad ed it two years ago It wasthe second Soviet team of tne American spacejeaaers knew in advance thenature one space capsule to lowing a threeman 16orbit tri the spectacular until the Rus siansput on the show The walk into nothingness feat has been in NASAs plans but the scheduling called for its OLJuLCXJLOLl TT first attempt in the fifth flight of man aboard last October It came only fiv days before Americas first planned attempt toorbit a spacecraft with more than one this would cost between 5350000 ment In the House where the bill had been introduced Wednesday Atty Gen Nicholas DeB Katzeri bach was the first witness be fore the constitutional subcom mittee of the Judiciary Commit tee Southerners Smashed When the attorney general had concluded his explanation of the bill and defense of its consti tutionality Rep William M Mc Culloch of Ohio ranking Repub lican on the committee said Hate America Day Gets Cheers iiiNViet Nam Gemini Americas own two mari space vehicle That fifthi light is on the boards for some 8 ime in Two Tears Ahead By John TWheeler Associated Press Writer DA NANGVIET NAM Fri day Communist North Viet am is observing its annual Hate America Day US and Saigon authorities were alert to 5400000 The governor promised to See Page 9 Column 5 Katzenbach had made one of the best statements I have Saigon a Rossibihty the Jhday inigM no chan0ces One precau brmg trouble south of the 2ihour con dTdiJcl Ififiinrr A NTiTMT tn AEG to Trigger Aleutian Blast WASHINGTON h e United States is planning an un derground atomic explosion on a barren Aleutian Island with the aim of improving techniques to detect the difference between earthquakes and nuclear blasts A lowtointermediate range nuclear explosion of 80 kilotons to the power of 80000 tons of be set off next heard in my 17 years House In tiie Senate a group o Southerners launched a delaying assault on the bill as soon as i had been introduced jointly by Majority Leader Mike Mans have staged a series of raids on North Vietnamese military tar gets in the interval since the 1954 observance While the day has not been used in the past for any particu lar antiAmerican terrorism by At Cape Kennedy astronauts irgil I Grissom and John W Young began a full dress re hearsal for their threeorbit flight Tuesday The Russians Commenting on the Russian seemed to be just feat Rep GeorgeP the first half dozetvprbrts chairman of the House Tass reported that Leonov and Space Committee said the ships commander Col Pa Red regime cus ripas at Da Nangto tomarily marks Hate America Day with rallies in Hanoi and other cities US warplanes their or the heavily guarded air base I dont think they have done vel Belyayev 39 were well aft anything that we have not er they had successfully pulled planned Butthey havegotten of the dramatic venture into ahead of us This shows we will space It came at the beginning have to tighten our belts and get of the second orbit joing Tass said the orbit ranged Officially none wanted to from an altitude of 1075 miles stick his neck out But unofficialto 3075 highest ever ly the leaders of the American I fora manned spaceship The space program said isjprevious high was the 254 miles still about two years ahead of reached by the three cosmo No Commeot The weatiierman predicted fa vorable conditions for the Ran ger S moon probe slated fdc pm pm Sun day Grissom and Young had no comment on the Russian specta cular in which one of the two cosmonauts stepped out of their orbiting spacecraft November in a 2300foot hole to be drilled on Amchitka near the tipof the Aleutian chain US Radio Puts Ear to Satellite CLEVELAND AP The So hio Tracking Station here tracked the Russian satellite Voskhod 2 on four passes over VUOtVJiUU ftf VII ft North America Thursday the bread and grenade and field of Montana and Minority Leader Everett Dirksen of Illi nois with 56 cosponsors repre senting both parties Carries Deadline The Southerners were over whelmed on a roll call vote 67 to 13 The Southern challenge came on a motion by Mansfield to The station also picked up a send the bill to the signal from the satel Commirteii with instructions to lites tracking beacon transmitt report it back by April 9 SAIGON VIET NAM Friday AP US Army officers and two US Navy Seabees were wounded today by a grenade tossed into a truck in Cholon the Chinese section of Saigon A military spokesman said iiie grenade was in a loaf of bread It was tossed into the rear of a truck where four Seabees were riding One Seabee picket American efforts in space jnauts in Voskhod 1 achievements Declines Comment NASA Administrator James E Webb steadfastly declined AU systems aboard the Vosk comment on the Russian See Page 8 Colnmn 1 At his direction his office re erredquestionersto remarks rr 1 he recently made to a congres 1 allying llie Inbune A spokesman at the station said no readable voice transmis sions were picked up but Morse code transmissions were moni tored on 18035 megacycles ler tossed it outside the truck where it exploded The two officers wounded were riding in a jeep behind the truck Two of the Seabees riding in th rear of the truck also were in jured Two other Americans in the front of the truck escaped injury Russ Flip at Space Hero Flops It said the ship was orbiting the earth once every 909 min utes Wheres Daddy Hes Up There MOSCOW is your daddy today a Moscow television interviewer asked 4 y e a rold Viktoria Leonova daughter of the first man to walk into space Oh daddy hes in the cos mos today said the chubby lit tle girl who seemed more inter ested in dressing her doll than discussing her famous father sional committee The reference was to Webbs j appearance before the House Committee on Science and As1 tronautics Feb 17 where Webbj said Todays Chuckle A smart girl is one who knows how to play golf ten nis the piano and dumb MOSCOW new cosmo nauts are a pair of hardluck types who nearly washed out of the space flight pro gram The news paper Izvesta Thursday re ported that Col Pavel Belyayev broke his leg during a train ing parachute jump His copilot Belyayev Lt Col Alexei Leonov had to make an emergency landing the day he was to appear before the Cosmonaut Recruiting Commission to see whether or not he was a fit candidate But the raggedlooking fighter pilots are rated as cool customers by their cos monaut squadron mates Belyayev 39 a World War II air com bat veteran and the oldest man to ride into space has been in his share of tight spots Once during an overwater aircraft flight the gas feed ta his engine broke down Belyayev literally pumped his way back to his base by working a manual gas pump with one hand and flying with the other Leonov 30 was due to go before a commission for an interview as a cos monaut candidate on the day he made a regularly scheduled flight He told the Izvestia correspondent a mishap occured during the flisfht But all the same I landed I broke th rough the clouds and got my bearings and landed He did not elaborate Both fliers were part of the original group of cos Alexei Leonov monaut train ees that included Yuri Gagarin Andrian Nikolyaev Valery Bykosky and Pavel Popovich Russians Pushing It would IK a j feel that the Russians are ro longer pursuing an active and vigorous program or that they do not see any advantages of a vigorous space program They giva every evidence of a deter mination to achieve these ad vantages In questioning mat followed Webb said I think it is possible that hey are planning to Increase heir image of capability in space There are few who doubt that the latest feat has not leap frogged the Russians capability image But Fairly Close A British observer Sir Harrie Massey chairman of the British National Committee for Space Research termed the Russians feat fantastic Its a fantastic feat to have pulled off but I doubt that the Americans are more than a few months behind he said ThisU Warm Your Heart Its Blanket That Thinks ONLY EST THE wonderful world of Peanuts can you find a blanket which moves thinks and grins Lately the blanket has been Lucy Van Pelts greatest an tagonist and if you know Lucy you also know that she is not used to being antagonized Her brother Linus who owns the HANDS WITH AKV VUl I f STUPID BLANKET blanket in question am going to have a sport coat made out of it when I grow is relatively unconcerned about the whole thing Lucy however appears shaken Her comment Arrrrgh Such is the situation as Linus as sumes the responsibility of acting as to have asay in just when they could go Meteorologists predicted ex cessive cloudiness over much jat the state of Florida for Tuesday If theclouds are thick enough during the threehour launching period starting at 9 am 7 am the shot would be post poned because camera coverage could not be obtained Arrrgh intermediary between the two adversaries READ ALL ABOUT the latest development in the delight ful comic strip on Page B10 Say isnt that a blanket creeping up behind you there HANDY GUIDE TO THE INSIDE SECTION A SECTION B Viet Nam Censorship Page 5 Rampton Signs Bills Page 8 Editorial Comment Page 18 Classified Ads Pages 101S SECTION D AND MORE Basketball Scores Pages 12 Cottonwood Man Section C Television Listings Page 7 Business Newi on Pages DSJ   

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