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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1966, Austin, Minnesota Gemini 9 astronauts intent ready for 3rd attempt to launch flight by Ronald Thompson a aerospace writer Cape Kennedy Fla. Apr elated by the dramatic Success of the Surveyor Moo ship rocket Crews Felt confident today that the . Can score a followup Triumph Friday by overcoming the Jinx of gemini 9. Astronauts Thomas p. Stafford and Eugene a. Cernan. Frustrated twice in an Effort to carry out the nation s most daring manned space flight were reported Quot intent and ready for a third try. The satellite launched wednesday As a space Chase t a r g e t for the astronauts flashed across Cape Kennedy in its 15th orbit of the Earth when Stafford and Cernan plunged into new briefings today. In reviewing a revised flight plan they paid particular attention to in flight changes that May he made if a protective shroud still is attached to the target vehicle. La the fibreglass shroud did not separate and still covers the satellite Docking Collar the astronauts probably will not lie Able to attempt a linkup in space. But the satellite still can be useful in rendezvous practices. Satisfactory weather was forecast for the Friday attempt. Twice Stafford and Cernan Hoe donned their Hulk space suits and crammed themselves into the tiny gemini ship. And to ice they have gloomily taken the slow elevator ride Back the ground. They gel another Chance Fri Day at 939 . Edt set out on their 70-hour flight including satellite rendezvous and 2�?~ hour space walk after a frustrating two Day delay. Engineers pinned the blame for the scrubbed gemini 9 flight wednesday on a faulty signal relay system. It kept a guidance command from reaching a Black Box for electronic translation to the spacecraft. Faulty parts were replaced a cd preliminary tests indicated the problem had been solved. The target known As an augmented target Docking adapter blasted off a Cape Kennedy lbs girls shop for wardrobes launch pad less than two hours before trouble struck gemini 9. It continued to Circle the Earth performing normally. Radio signals from the target satellite to Earth indicated the shroud did not separate from the at a. Rut. It. May he that no one will know for sure if the mysterious objects Nowr unidentified Are indeed pieces of the shroud until the astronauts go up and take a look for themselves. To to new York apr Lucius shopping for her wedding Trousseau Lynda s collecting clothes to travel. Today a Parade of sales personnel from this City a smart shops and stores will try to satisfy the apparel needs of president Johnson s daughters. The girls and their Mother flew Here separately from Washington wednesday. Lynda was the first to arrive and managed to catch two Broadway shows. With a girl Friend. Sue Shine she saw the matinee of the musical Quot Sia scraper starring Julie Ham then in the evening ila1 two girls and mrs. Johnson went to see the hit musical Quot Marne featuring Angela Lansbury. Luri. 18. Is to be married aug. 6 to Patrick Nugent. Lynda. 22, is planning a trip to Spain this summer. The stay Here is expected to get Brief. Linda and mrs. Johnson Are due in Austin. Tex. For Lynda a graduation this saturday from the i in Verska of Tex without link up in gemini 9�?Ts flight plan the entire timetable in the already revised Mission might have to be juggled again. However no matter How the sequence of events finally evolve the gemini 9 space twins could still accomplish the trick rendezvous exercises and Cernan would be Able to take his elaborate 2 j hour space walk. A they do in space figures prominently in the . Plan to land men on the Moon by the end of the decade. Appeal made for students in corps Atlanta a. A Sargent Shriver director of the office of economic Opportunity has appealed for College students to join the peace corps or the War against poverty. Shriver said at Morehouse College Quot i lugged that in 20 years the Man who joined the peace clips the Job corps will be ahead of the one who played it weather variable cloudiness scattered showers or Thunder terms tonight. Partly Cloudy cooler Friday. Lows t night 52-62. Highs Friday mostly in 70s. Core advocates . Put priority on civil rights leave Viet Nam Washington Apt the a ingress of racial Equality Core advocated today that tie touted states put first priority on Ute civil rights pro Gram and get out of Viet Nam. Floyd Mckissick. National director of the civil rights group said the White House conference i civil right would be asked to Back its stand and he Felt there was a very Good i Hance it would do so. The two Day conference ends today after adoption of resolutions in Tach of the 12 commit e groups Iii which the 2,400 delegates had been meeting. President Johnson in an announced appearance at a dinner meeting wednesday night cautioned the conference not to expect any presidential in Ira opportunities for its minority citizens the no. I priority. Be it Tardier resolved that the i a. Cease its involvement in Viet Johnson told tin conference wednesday night Quot no National government however enlightened can by itself change the conditions of negro life in but he brought the 2,400 delegates to their feet with the measured declaration that a we Are moving a we shall not turn Johnson s unannounced appearance at the conference was seen by Many delegates As a morale Booster to an event that had Lime red from the starting line in a welter of parliamentary squabbling. Discussions of the planning count d s Loo recommendations to bring the negro into full Equality in jobs housing education and Justice resumed today at Midtown hotel. In the last few hours Ltd fire the conference ends delegates will have their hard won Chance to vote on tile resolutions to he tacked onto the Council recommendations in a report to the president. A but i do pledge this a John a Saki. Quot to Giro my Days and us talents As i have been give i to the Pursuit of Justice and i it or Unity for those so Long med the Resolution Teleg Raphers contract is extended la is Here that the Viet Nam Issue May be injected into the two Day conference for the first tune. Floyd Mckissick National director of the Congress of racial Equality has promised resolutions a dealing with the effect of the War in Viet Nam on the negro in the Utji Core pro on Viet Nam says Quot this. Has not yet demonstrated ability and willingness to of both a guns and bul a a fore be it resolved that United states make equal dowager leaves Fortune to dogs schedule of pages late editorial 4 area�?9 or a t to i 2 traffic deaths state today 261 a year ago 232 Low \ today 309 a year ago 2 .0 Washington a negotiators reported today that Western i Nion Telegraph co. And the Al Cio commercial Teleg Raphers Union have agreed to extend to Midnight. June 7 the contract whose expiration led to a four hour nationwide walkout wednesday. Under the Extension agreement any wage increases and Oiler benefits finally negotiated will be retroactive to Midnight May 31 when the old pact ran oui. All offices of the company were reported Hack in operation today including Albany n y., where the workers had threatened wednesday to stay out until a new contract was arranged. Spokane Wash. A the poodles and four Kerry Blue docs Are beneficiaries of a $173,311 estate left by a Spokane dowager. Mrs. Columbia w. Steltz hit instructions that a suitable Kennel be furnished and a caretaker be hued to look after the dog. Tile Truxil for tin dogs ends Iii .0 years and then is to in diet to touted to various persons a Church and a Hospital. Grimy hand of greeting Gen. Robert f. Kennedy. D-n.v., a trifle As he extends a hand be Grimes by air plane Steps to miss Liberty Belle Barbara Shearer at motion Airport after his arrival today from Washington. Kennedy planned a 24-hour stay in 1,011-Don before resuming his trip to South Africa where he will he a guest of the multiracial National Union of Smith Afi can students. Ile avoided criticize Austin daily Herald established 189 vol. Xxv no. 174 Austin minn., thursday june 2, 1966 single copy 10c 16 pages successful Surveyor shot defies Long shot Odds striking Iron workers return to jobs after tentative contract of Minneapolis a the Ooi striking Iron workers who tied up an estimated 30,000 construction workers jobs this week agreed to return to work today after reaching tentative agreement on a new contract. Three other unions involved in wage disputes also settled with contractors wednesday night. They represent labourers bricklayers and operating engineers. The Iron workers set up picket lines tuesday halting work on building and Highway construction jobs in Southern and Central Minnesota As Well As Western Wisconsin. Associated general contractors inc., representing employers. Contended that the strike tied up a payroll of is million a Day. The loiter ers won an a cent hourly wage increase the other unions si.05 each. The 7.200 labourers have been $3.60 an hour with no fringe benefits the xxx bricklayers $4.22�?Ti with 50 cents in benefits undergoes St Huery Detroit off Alex Delvec Chin of tin Detroit red wings underwent an appendectomy fat Detroit osteopathic Hospital wednesday. The Iron workers $4.40 plus 15 cents in benefits and the 500 operating engineers $3.60 to $t,40 with no benefits. The Iron workers Union. Local 512. Scheduled a meeting for sunday to vote on the three year agreement. Quot if the Union does no to approve the contract we will picket again monday a said business representative Charles Mckenna. Members of the other unions also must ratify their respective settlements in order for them to become effective. Wednesday night s agreement came after a six hour bargaining session called by Gordon Preble Federal negotiator. After a 10-hour session tuesday he said there would be no More talks until next week. Quot but i decided to Call them he said. Quot they had been so close to an agreement when things broke Down tuesday night. Now in a glad i did . Planes continue to hit red missile Sites by Robert Tuckman Saigon South Viet Nam apr . Planes hammered North Viet Nam in massive raids for a third consecutive Clay concentrating once again on antiaircraft and missile Sites. They also made a spectacular strike on a 20-Truek communist Supply Convoy . Military Headquarters reported today. The heavy air raids wednesday were carried out at a Cost of three More american planes raising the number of l a. Aircraft shot Down Over North Viet Nam to 254. One Pilot was rooted. Six planes have been shot Down by the communists since monday when a break in the weather enabled the United states to step up the air offensive against North Viet Nam. . Ground forces in South Vici Nam made Light sporadic Contact with the enemy wednesday. . Casualties dropped last week Tho . Command imported while those of the South vietnamese and tin enemy remained about the same. The casualty report for the week ending May 28 listed 87 americans killed in Battle. 605 wounded and two missing. The week before there were 14 5 american dead. 820 wounded and no missing. The casualties brought the number of americans reported killed in Battle since Jan. I to 1.-705 by unofficial tabulation the number of wounded to it .836, and the total american dead in the vietnamese War to 3,553. A government spokesman said 240 vietnamese troops were killed and 55 missing or captured in the week. For the previous week 236 vietnamese Vivere reported killed and 81 missing or captured. Government wounded Are not Dis closed. Australian. South korean and new zealand forces reporter three Battle deaths and six wounded. Tho All it s reported 1,173 communists killed compared to 1.233 for the week of May 22-28. Bringing claimed enemy dead for the year to 19.910. The number of reds reported captured Rose to 197 from 91 the week before. Sign jets Contra to new York if a Curley Johnson and Jim Turner the new York jets kickers return their signed contracts for cd 1966 to the club wednesday. News briefs wont run for office again Scranton Harrisburg a. Map a gov. William w. Scranton of Pennsylvania said today that he would never again run for president or any other Public office. Quot in a not going to run eve it i again for any Public office under any circumstances he told a news conference. Quot that is irrevocable a a he declared. Peace told Between Indonesia Malaysia Kuala Bumpur Malaysia apr Deputy Premier Turku Abdul Razak announced today that Indonesia has accepted Malaysia As a Sovereign slate and peace Between the two Southeast asian neighbor has been achieved. Kazak said Kuala Bumpur and Jakarta soon will Exchange missions entrusted with the Job of working out the details of the peace agreement reached by him and foreign minister Adam Malik of Indonesia in Bangkok wednesday. Strange love author found dead St. Leonards England apr author Peter George whose Book was filmed As Quot or. Strange love or How i Learned to Stop worrying and love the was found dead wednesday night he was 41. Police said he died of a head wound and a discharged single barrelled Shotgun was Between his Knees. A Friend said the author had not been in Good health recently and had been depressed. Dietetic foodstuffs seized by Fra lag the it South aft lean government policy of rat Tai segregation. Miss Shearer 24, of philadelphia., was in minion on a four Day visit. Al wire photo Yin Cable from Mundon Washington apr the food and drug it admin Sti at Ion announced today seizure of a Quantity of foodstuffs allegedly used in Quot zen macrobiotic diets and said Tho diets have caused death by starvation. Fra said the seizure took place wednesday night at the Ohsawa foundation inc., in new York under Federal court orders. Promotional books and pamphlets Wert also seized. Touch Down seen As big step by Ralph Dighton a science writer Pasadena Calif. Apr Surveyor i. Defying Longshot Odds against a first try Success televised earthward today striking photos of the lunar landscape after a seemingly perfect gentle Landing on the Moon. The pictures indicated to scientific viewers at the Jet propulsion Laboratory that the sea of storms target area has a relatively smooth hard surface apparently suitable As a possible descent Point for future astronauts. The successful touch Down executed precisely As programmed was viewed As a Long stride Forward for the United slates Apollo lunar exploration program. Surveyor s rocket braking system is similar to that on the Craft astronauts will use for a Landing later in the decade. A picture series beginning at 5 45 . Edt using a different to screen system than that of two earlier batches showed a Broad Plain devoid of major features peppered with either pebbles or pits caused by meteorites. There were several Small prominences and some gouging As if the surface had been struck by objects from space at an Angle. No damage the pictures showed no damage to the spidery instrument jammed. Craft to feet High and 14 feet in diameter. They showed its feet resting atop the crust a important evidence in \ Evv of opinions of some scientists that the surface might be deep dust or spongy lava that could Swallow a Landing vehicle. The 620-Pound Surveyor planted its three legs firmly on the lunar crust at 2 17 37 . Edt. 63 hours and a Quarter million Miles after its launch monday from Cape Kennedy. A Laboratory spokesman said after viewing the first 144 pictures a received at the Gold Stone tracking station on the desert to the East and relayed Here a that the Landing was firm enough however to cause one foot to make a slight Contact depression. A Shadow around the Edge of one of the two feet within Range of the camera indicated the depression was quite shallow a perhaps two inches the spokesman said. Shul Down camera the camera was shut Down when the Earth a rotation blocked signals to gemstone and officials said no further pictures were expected until 11 30 . When Goldstone again is in position to receive. Tracking stations at Canberra Madrid and Johannesburg were to make engineering Cheeks with Surveyor. Its crucial terminal sequence a a Cartwheel in space to Point its feet Moon Ward then at 60 Miles out a blast from its powerful Retro rocket engine to slow to Landing Speed of 8 . A ended with All instruments apparently functioning. Thirty five minutes later it began televising pictures sent nationwide and overseas by 1 three networks employing the Early Bird satellite. The first Batch of three showed a leg and other portions with the lunar surface in the background. There was nothing to hint of danger to future manned Landing Craft. Flat featureless a second Batch of to showed More Distant terrain a Flat and featureless except for a Shadow. Apparently that of the spacecraft in the shape of a three and what appeared to be a Large Rock. The first two series televised with 200 scan lines compared to 525 for a Home screen were dim and fuzzy and difficult to interpret. Later shots with 600 scan lines a Surveyor is expected to return hundreds before the chill of the lunar night ends its life 12 Days hence a were far clearer. The third sequence of about 30 better Quality pictures a though some of these were fuzzy too a were flashed on a to screen for Brief periods less than a minute apart. They were made As the camera mounted vertically on Surveyor s Frame swivelled about. They gave further views of parts of tile spacecraft and looked anew at the Large Rock pictured earlier. Quot Large is relative. It appeared no larger than 8 to to inches across. Long shots looking out Over the landscape added no new details. Further transmissions continued at intervals into the Day a a bewildering variety of close and Long shots of Surveyor and its new neighbourhood. Flash views pictures blinked onto Hie Laboratory a viewing screen at three second intervals affording just hash views to viewers. Additional shots toward the foot of the Craft showed surface areas that appeared soft and i Tizzy others that appeared almost like dry mud with cracks still others that seemed littered with Fine debris having Sharp edges. In one a White spot showing on the horizon was explained As Sun Glare on the camera Lens. Back by the soviet unions Luna 9 last feb. 3. All pictures in addition to being televised were recorded on tape and film. Photographic prints available later were expected to be considerably sharper than the to versions. Some shots were expected to be better in Quality experts say than the nine pictures sent Surveyor s feat was regarded As a significant Advance Over Luna 9, which finally scored after at least four failures. The soviet Craft was a 200-Pound Shock resistant Ball containing a camera. It apparently was ejected several Hundred feet above the surface from a Carrier vehicle equipped with Small Retro Rock ets. . Scientists said its in Surveyor continued on Page 8 % a St a it it a a it a a it fsr 1.7 0ft, in i z. A it a iffy a in w a it o i i it Lush 1 Ami i own Phi i to a Jan i in a futz is i i it / h a input a a a in my r Quot i 31 is a i % t w in flit it a it this photograph trans netted front the Moon by Surveyor and released by Pasadena a Jet propulsion Laboratory today shows the lab said a Moon Rock six inches High and reflections of the Sun. This pc twelve inches Long. Smaller lure was transmitted to Earth in pebbles Are several inches in 20u-line Resolution. A wire diameter. Bright spots at left Are photo this historic photographic first transmitted front the Moon try the United states Surveyor spacecraft a shows one of the crafts Landing legs the legs Footpad an Antenna Boom end and at lower right the top of a helium Container. It was transmitted to Earth a few minutes after the Craft Quot soft landed. It was followed by Many others. Resolution was 200-lines to the picture this picture was released by Scran lists at Jet propulsion Laboratory. Al wire photo suburban Detroit schools paralysed teachers fail to report to class Detroit a Public school teachers seeking to underline labor contract demands failed to report to classrooms today and paralysed Flint schools and four suburban Detroit systems. One teachers Union official described the situation As a strike although such Are prohibited by Public employees in Michigan. The Law however was amended in 1965 to give them the right to organize and bargain collectively. Dismissal loss of seniority and other automatic penalties under the previous Law were withdrawn. Gov. George Romney said he would meet later with the state labor mediation Board Quot to get a full picture of what a happening and to determine what Steps if any Are to be picket lines manned by members of the Al Cio Michigan federation of teachers were up at 38 schools with an enrolment of about 24,500 in the Detroit area. These were in Taylor township Melvindale and North Dearborn Heights members of the Independent Michigan education association picketed an estimated 55 schools in Flint and forced the closing of All. Tom Hill an official of the Al Cio Union estimated 4< it members failed to report am another too called in sick or Taylor township 125 out of f total of 220 failed to report or Melvindale and 55 out of it failed to show up in Nohl Dearborn Heights. Teachers in a fourth Detroi area District Crestwood ii Dearborn Heights also stayed out. The District has seven schools with Al out too teachers there was no immediate i dictation How Long the walkout would last

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