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   Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1965, Port Angeles, Washington                                Dart Att Aifif 4F wetmQ Nous the entire North Olympic Ptnintufa August 1965 112 Issue of 50th Year lOages Gents Member Associated Press this was the bleak scene at 3ape Kennedy today service tower raised TUan tt rodfcet with Gemini capsule after the space launeh postponed because of bad I weather and technical troubles CAP wirephote Plans are for Gemini blastoff Saturday By JOHN BARBOUfc CAPE AP officials swept away day most of the troubles that stymied Thursdays attempt to send two Americans on mans longest space They now hope to blast off Engineers and working much of the dealt with three electrical prob lems that combined with a thun derstorm to first delay and then to halt Thursdays countdown 10 minutes before launch They Interrogated and found unharmed the taped memory of a spacecraft A light ninggenerated power surge had forced it to cut off the last trouble before the flight was A programmer had been re placed in the telemetry and it was undergoing checks as the flight officials moved into an abbreviated countdown integrating the rocket and the A cable fire caused by an in dustrial accident would not hin der Saturdays planned flight and was under All other aspects of the flight plans were space agency officials The weather was generally moderate for the launch There are afternoon thunder showers predicted for the launch well after the 9 EST flight It was stormy weather Thurs day that forced the scrub of the Gemini 5 mission sent the two waiting astronauts back to the suiting up trailer to strip away their silver flight Both were but disap They turned today to the flight routine they had stepped days ago mission review more flight rehearsal and earlyto bed After postponement Thursday of their Gemini 5 space astronauts Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad got a short We gave them the afternoon off and I dont know what theyre said astronaut coordinator Donald The astronauts were fairly he but they didnt get clanked up about it or anything like after more than two hours of futile waiting In the cramped both emerged smiling and sharing the kind jokes of technicians and space flight During the long pilot Conrad with an eye on the storm asked for permission to turn on nonexistent shield On the word of command pilot Cooper you promised us a launch and not a wet mock simulated It was to be mans longest voyage in space nearly 192 hours and covering million But it seemed burdened with trouble from the A difficulty in hydrogen age for a new electrical power system cropped up days ago then there were new difficulties on the night before launch when engineers tried to cram extra pounds of the valuable deepf ro zen fuel into the spherical That caused a 3 hour and 18 minute hold in the When it was things rolled along smoothly until 10 minutes before the Titan 2 rocket was due to blast the capsule into At I2i08 EST Space officials announced they were holding This time the trouble was in the A switch seemed at first glance to be operating but on sequent checks everything went all what caused that one transient Was the system really all right Without much of the coded data from the spacecraft would never be radioed to The switch would have to be checked The hold A long black line of heads closed in on Cape Kenne they seemed lightest over that one small area launch pad 19 with its waiting Then came a new The straw that broke the els said Merritt deputy director of the Kennedy Space ning traveling by some unknown route by ground or cable or otherwise surged into the power lines of the launch Friends wishing Lou Lawr ence happy birthday Car full of women driving to Se attle to see Dolly boy wearing button saying I hate girls House being dismantled across from lot Mel Reidel rounding up outfits for models to wear at style show players awaiting re scheduled Church Slow Pitch game tonight Patrons shud dering at excess amount of violence in movies Fast ball fans disappointed at hear ing first game loss of How to get purple heart By GEORGE ESPER DA Viet Nam A Marine enlisted man who commanded a flame throwing tank told through a broken jaw today how he became eligible for the Purple Heart in the bat tle of the Van Tuong he said from a hospi tal he could But its not very He said he had landed only Tuesday at Chu the Marine beachhead on the South China The day we arrived at Chu were told we had to go on a he We im mediately loaded up the tanks and backloaded them aboard an LST landing The next morning we hit the We didnt see too much action on the We started moving inland and received a call from India They wanted two to move They had a fire mission for When we were moving up to their we were Ev erything happened so got hit in the Jaw and shoulder by part of a 57mm recoilless ri fle Viet mopup continues By RONALD L DEUTSCH South Viet Nam Marines drew Viet Cong fire from tunnels and for tificatlons today as they swept back across the Van Tuong Pe ninsula after the biggest ican battle of the Vietnamese A military spokesman said Communist guerrillas opened up on the Marines with City council Rescind prior action Politics replaces sniping in LA By ROBERT COOKE LOS ANGELES AP leal sniping had replaced arson and looting today as lead ers hurried to assess damage and ferret out the cause of violence in which 34 persons THEY WERE READY Although ready for a trip in Astronauts Gordon and Charles Conrad had their mission They are shown here Just before hatches were to be closed Thursday in their Gemini 5 AP Wirephoto Bomb shatters Singapore shops SINGAPORE made bomb ripped through a bazaar in this crowded east Asian port early wounding three persons and shattering the fronts of five It was the first act of terror ism since Singapore separated from the Malaysian federation 11 days Police paid the blast was probably the work of secret society bly in the pay of fecal rath than Indonesian Shrapnel piereed a nearby iron gate and drilled holes in a passing police Two io the ear were slightly injuredA Sysaroidbpy Sleeping in one of the damaged sbppi was Tfee scattered mirror rained splinters onthe police fte bomb waf esitSidi PAS of the m fte pavement Indanesiin response fry about to Singapore iinct confrontation Seven persons have been killed and more than 60 Indonesian subversion has dropped off sharply since pore separated from Indonesias main U days Police could not say if this blast was a resumption of the terror Edwards says Charges do nof involve her Editors Note An article based on information from The Evening News wire news service was carried in Thursdays The story told of heresy charges against Episcopal op James Pike said to be in relation to alleged intent to point former Port Angeles resi dent Phyllis r Edmund Brown after announcing formation of an eightmember panel to probe causes of the massive riot made a quick trip to the fringe of the now peaceful but tated Watts area Thursday Discussing the Brown said The commission will be vided with subpoena power in order to make absolutely sure that all of us have access to the whole No group of fornians ever chosen for cial responsibility can have un dertaken a more difficult or sig nificant assignment than the members of this Brown appointed John The potential fire hazard of a cedar shake roof came under dis cussion Thursday night at the City Council The KONP at 1st and Front will not get the rest of its shake now partially Alleman Mill Supply contracted to install the When City Building Inspec tor Robert Willson noticed1 the construction last month he stopped the since the citys building code does not permit cedar shake roofs in the down town Councilman Donald Bet tger said Thursday he moved to seek a way for a variance at the previous council meeting be cause he felt the roof would not add to the fire hazard already present in the wooden The building was constructed prior to establishment of the building didnt feel we were wor sening the fire hazard already he and Elmer owners of the building located 23 inches to the east of pro tested the Dorr related his problems in 1962 when he attempted to move his building and could to He said he had a shake roof at that time but in replacing It was told he had to use Gunder whofurnisheci the singles said he doubted if many buildings in Port Angeles could meet all requirements of the building A letter from Fire Chief Ken neth Cameron asked for enforce ment of the building He listed deficiency points giv en the city in recent state inspec tions for substandard con He said deficiency points could George representing asked the council to into possible amendments to the He said he favored chang ing it to permit wood shingles and in order to support local wood products for former director of the put the entire city into a higher Central Intelligence to fire insurance rate of in In Prisoners end strike By JAMES night siWown strike Uy some convicts at fte Louisiana state penitentiary appeared to be breaking up More thin half pf the whe struct Thursday in protest oj cpnvict tbe exercise yard where spent the iookj its they WJtofite Erects of the 900 striken wfes spffl e m exercise yajd were earlier tMay tfeey be Dke yard only II to ntarn Since dusk a detail of guards state troopers kept The clustered near the center of the were held in searchlight White saw ifeput 3Q oj the eners had selftinflisted six left the to4dje fpr treatment pf gasftea pjj the seene sliw the strike starts it nppjj long m they refuse tp wortj were npjt going Jo feed The acrg psaal far m fe made oj oo tpyfriof wiite Dormitory locktup areas are mPf cpncrffce 7 While others slept is rtf Mayor Episcopal Deaconess Phyllis gdwards called Bishop Pike this morning to check on the basis of press notices stating he has been charged with He made it clear the heresy charge made by the Arizona Clergy did not concern the plan to ordato me a petual says The Arisona Clergy charged Bishop Pike with heresy big teachings oi the 4oetriBf 9f the Virgin Birth and the aostrtoe ol The House of Bishops haj sosacgj u will not accept the stergeg pf the Arizona The charges did not delude any references to the eisrgy wtigked Bishpp pjkf his to ordain I perpetual It is his belief there should be njajygneig nor f to the Bishop Pike following of Pwl ifi tgr to the Chapter 3 head the who flew in from said every can citizen feels deeply tressed over what has happened and wonders why it should have happened in Los We will have to remedy this of After the tour Brown returned to Establishment of an appeals as provided under the was Cameron explained the board could only determine if the code had been correctly A board was convened recent ly to consider an Elks Club peal of Fire Department The board upheld the part Greek premier sworn in to try to end crisis Postpone truck ordinance An ordinance regulating trucks within city limits was considered and passage poned Thursday night by the City The patterned af ter state is designed to regulate trucks operating within the city but without state excess weight Some operated only with the have avoided meeting state excess weight reg ulations and City fees would be 50 per cent of comparable state Excess weights are the same as those used by the state to reg ulate trucks weighing more than In the proposed ord scheduled for considera tion at the next its parking a loaded truck or semitrailer combination or trailer on any residential No vehicle weighing over 15 tons would be permitted to drive on any residential under the The chief of police be able to sue permits in special These would include moving vans and other vehicles headed for specific Police Chief Harry Kochanek noted that the regulation was Intended to stop loaded logging trucks from parking in residen tial The proposed ordinance would in its weight only to trucks aot haying weight permits from the All trucks would have to obey the parking and residential street City planning may start soon sporadic small arms fire as the Americans continued mopup operations on the peninsula12 miles south of Chu The area was the stronghold of the 1st Viet Cong one of the the spokesman The spokesman said 563 Viet Cong bodies had been The Marines estimated that more than 600 of the enemy were killed and more than wounded in the battle that be gan with an amphibious and helicopter assault The spokesman said 52 rillas were capturedand 64 sus pects were One Marine intelligence offi cer estimated that Viet Cong had been in the combat zone and another 800 in the gen era Casualties among the several Americans involved were Marine officials But a military spokesman in Saigon said the Americans had suffered their heaviest losses of any single engagement of the Securi ty rules forbid disclosure of casualties in specific The Viet Cong who survived pushed out to sea or infiltrated around and through positions in the said Marine Snydertof Henry Cabot Lodge arrived in Saigon to start his second tour of duty as LID approved A sanitary sewer Local provement District LID was established Thursday night for the Highland View located generally south of the Pioneer A public hearing on LID 186 culminated without a last ing pro test and the City Council Ized the Residents of the area had petitioned for the District Sanitarian Donald Morrison strongly via the sanitary sewer He called the area criU leal in its need for sanitary fa Morrison cited the clay soil surfaced by a thin layer of por ous topsoil which soon became saturated with sewage He said a survey of 50 homeg in the area In I960 found that of them were Since that time additional homes have been built IB the This has probably had a de terring effect w development ol this potentially and sir able The Health Department letter enabled establishment neither aor male nor By CHUIS ELIOV ATHENS APKPremier as TsirimoHos and his cabinet were swprn in today in a new attempt to Greeces grave 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