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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 09, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin
Vol. 39, no. 19tltwajl the Racine journal time Racine Wisconsin sunday May 9, 1971 86 ?"8 sections �?"30 cents Booster rocket fails Mars flight scrubbed scary maybe a journal times photo by Charles s Vallone what does it feel like to be a part of a a world famous band St. Catherine to senior Dolores Gabik was perhaps thinking about just that saturday night when she played French Horn As part of a performance by the United states Navy band at the . Case High school fieldhouse. The daughter of or. And mrs. Stanley Gabik of 5412 Idlewood drive miss Gabik was one of to student musicians from Racine to join the hand during the concert. Another picture on Page 4a. Cape Kennedy Fla. Apr the first attempt to Send a spaceship to orbit the planet Mars failed saturday night when the second stage of the Booster rocket did not function properly. An Atlas Centaur rocket blazed away from Cape Kennedy right on schedule at 8 11 . Racine time. The first stage fired properly for four minutes. A minute later the launch control Center reported a owe appear to have a serious problem with the second ?� a space Agency spokesman said a owe done to know exactly what is wrong we Are receiving abnormal data from the second stage and it is not flying the prescribed flight ?� he said experts were studying radio data in an Effort to determine what went wrong. Fifteen minutes after launch the control Center announced a othe Mission is ?� the Centaur upper stage was to have fired for 7 minutes to thrust Mariner 8 toward the planet Mars at a Speed of 24,600 Miles per hour. A shortly after ignition it appeared we were in difficulty the control Center reported. A your tracking charts fell off and we were not on ?� the 2,200-Pound spacecraft was to have travelled 287 million Miles to reach the planet next november. A twin spacecraft Mariner 9, was scheduled to be launched May 18. It was to Manev win War . Marchers ask pictures on Page in Washington a win the War demonstrators paraded their version of dissent along misty Pennsylvania Avenue saturday and rallied at the Washington Monument where the Rev. Carl Mcintire urged president Nixon to repent his South Vietnam policy and a ouse the sword As god ?� . Park police estimated 5,000 to 6,000 people were in the procession that paraded what s where business news. 2d classified ads. 6d editorial. 10a local news. 5a obituaries. 6d sports. In women to news in features Ann Landers 2b entertainment. 9e Horoscope. 4b television radio. Page 7e from the foot of Capitol Hill to the Monument to the strains of a Onward Christian soldiers and a othe stars and stripes forever a played alternately by a 26-piece Volunteer band. Many who went to the rally skipped the 90-minute Parade. At the Monument grounds they heard a series of speeches exhorting the United states to seek Victory in Vietnam before a late afternoon rainstorm sent much of the crowd seeking shelter. Rainy speech the heavy rain came just As gov. George c. Wallace of Alabama began addressing the rally by Telephone from Dallas. A of like you and Many others have become very disenchanted with our government and its no win policy a Wallace said. A of want out of Vietnam but i want out of Vietnam with a Victory that will mean our boys have not died in ?� Mcintire had said that South vietnamese vice president Nguyen Cao by also would be heard but rally officials said attempts to get through to him by overseas Telephone were unsuccessful. Nor was there the announced Long distance address from nationalist chinese president Chiang Kai Shek. It. Gov. Lester Maddox of Georgia speaking by Telephone urged americans a Oto March and give and Pray for . Fighting men. Seek contributions amid the speech making organizers of the March passed around containers for contributions saying the Money would be used for rally expenses. There were a few disorderly conduct arrests after disturbances in the rally crowd. Among them were three longhaired Young men and two men identified As members of the National socialist White Peoples to party formerly the american nazi party. Mcintire estimated the crowd at 25,000 and said every state was represented. His National March for Victory moved from the foot of Capitol Hill to the Monument to the strains of a Onward Christian soldiers and a othe stars and stripes ?� conducts commentary Mcintire the fundamentalist preacher from Collingswood n.j., conducted his own radio commentary on the March he billed As an antidote to 18 Days of protests against . War involvement asking a or. Nixon Are you watching this a Owen to like to hear one of those speeches about Victory in Vietnam or. President a said Mcintire. A banners. Flags. People a he cried. A of Host of demonstrators Here just praising god for the ?� a Oitt to not As big As the hippies but big enough to do the Job a Mcintire said after the 90-minute March. A Oise a to this great a he said again and again. Or into a separate orbit that would have enabled both Craft to perform different but complimentary assignments. Total Cost of the two missions is $153.6 million. Because of the difficulty with Mariner 8, the Mariner 9 flight might have to be postponed until the trouble is pinpointed. The space Agency has until june 17 to launch the Craft otherwise it would have to be postponed at least 26 months the next favourable period for a launching to Mars. To reach the planet the spacecraft must Ravel for More than six months through interplanetary space following a Long arching path totalling 287 million Miles Mariner 9, a twin satellite is to follow May 18. Both will reach Mars in november and move into separate orbits that will enable them to perform different but complementary assignments. They Are the first spacecraft built to orbit another planet. Mariner 8 is to arrive at Mars on nov. 14 and fire into an orbit of 750 to 10,000 Miles above the surface. It is to study 70 per cent of the surface in a Broad reconnaissance mapping Mission. Mariner 9 reaches its destination nov. 24 and is to slip into an orbit of 5�?t0 by 20,000 Miles High. It is to make repeated surveys of six selected areas every five Days to note precise atmospheric surface and seasonal changes. Officials of the space Agency to Jet propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena calif., which developed the mariners emphasize the satellites Are not equipped to find life but could detect conditions in which some form of life might exist not the fearsome creatures of science fiction but perhaps microbes or rudimentary plants. Each Craft carries several sensors and a wide Angle and a narrow Angle television camera. The wide Angle cameras will resolve features on the surface about 3,280 feet in size. The narrow Angle cameras will clearly detect features about one tenth that size. Century Mother journal Tolmen photo by Charlo h. Vallona Mother of six children grandmother of 20 and Greal great grandmother of three mrs. Mala Hansen is celebrating her 100th birthday anniversary along with Mother to Day today at Lincoln lutheran Home. Relatives from Iron Ridge Green Bay Marshfield South Milwaukee Lowell ind., and Chicago Are Here for the event. Story and picture on Page 7b. Aspin appeals to Lucey for Racine rail service state assistance in getting the Chicago amp North Western railway to establish Milwaukee Chicago commuter service through Racine was recommended to gov. Patrick Lucey by rep. Les Aspin a Racine. Aspin in a letter to Lucey urged the Wisconsin Public service commission a ouse its Power in establishing rail rates to negotiate the establishment of commuter service for Racine. A Oit is my understanding the Chicago amp North Western dories a great Deal of profit from freight traffic in Wisconsin a Aspin said adding a Oit is also my understanding the commission has the Power to set those rates. He noted that until May i Racine was on the inter City line Extension of the railway to commuter line and that at that time it was less expensive to Purchase a ticket to Kenosha from Racine and then from Kenosha to Chicago than to go direct from Racine to Chicago. A Othis makes no sense at All a Aspin contended he added the a it sit Ion of Racine on the Milwaukee hit ago corridor gives the line a 1 a b u 11 i in demand for service a Little innocence left no More Podunk Are left in United states , just three George acre farm the Price of hogs is Tuttle. His wife Marv and onion Anh the not of Podunk Iowa Nea a lexicographers Are going to have to revise the definition of this place. Imaginary hell it to rooted at the Crossroads of . 169, an hours to drive South from Des Moines. Dull there Are things happening Here like cattle rustling the Urban sophisticates never know about. By Tom Tiede and if there is a Lack of Contact with world Progress then Why is the population of Podunk beset with environmental rape political bewilderment and social woe it can in no Way control admittedly the population of Podunk is not Large. To be Tuttle his wife Mary and their daughter Brenda. But let no one snicker. Podunk has been the butt of jokes Long enough. The tuttles run a 900 Podunk n. U. S. An imaginary Small town taken As typical of Placid dullness and Lack of Contact with the Progress of the world. A Webster to new International dictionary going Down and the Cost of feeding them going up and that along with a 21-Inch to set and the ebb and flow along . 169, makes the tuttles As much a part of what s going on today As any other confused concerned . Family. In Short american to Musty Corners Are rapidly disappearing in this age of change and confrontation. Even Podunk is no longer Podunk. Everybody s involved in what Histo Rian Arthur so Hiesinger Calls the a accelerating velocity of ?� there Are precious few Hicks anymore. George Tuttle can to understand Why the Federal government wants to give him $9 h plus change not to grow Durn to Page 2a, col. I Aspin commended Lucey for creating a task Force to review the Impact of Amtrak on the state but called for special attention to the Racine area a othe third largest metropolitan area in the ?� county spellers take 2nd, 3rd state spelling Bee entrants from Racine county placed second and third in the compe Tion held in Madison. Patrick Dolan of 309 Edward St in Burlington placed second in the state meet while John Mckloskey of 944 Park ave. Came in third. Others from this area competing in the 53-entrant contest were Ellen Ruetz of 1139 Valley View drive Winner of the Esa 18 qualifying Competition 22rid Bridget Majerko of 4123 22nd ave. In Kenosha 27th and Mark Miller of 1021 Lombard ave., 29th. Racine area weather sunny and a hit cooler today High in the mid-60s, cooler near the Lake. Tonight partly Cloudy and not so Cool. Low in the upper 30s. Monday mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers and a High in the 60s. Southeasterly winds at 8 to 15 . Today and tonight. Precipitation probabilities 5 per cent today 20 per cent tonight. Mostly sunny and mild today with highs in the 60s East 67 to 74 West. Partly Cloudy tonight with lows 38 to 45. Monday mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers. Highs 65 to 72
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