The Jackson Sun from Jackson, Tennessee on July 23, 1972 · 12
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The Jackson Sun from Jackson, Tennessee · 12

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Sunday, July 23, 1972
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Satellite Launch Is Delayed LOMPOC, Calif. (AP) A possible problem has delayed the launch of the Earth Resources Technology Satellite ERTS for a second time. The launch at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Western Test Range shroud on the $176-millioa satcl- REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) V Grandmasters gathered here for the sixth game in the world .; championship chess match today i say the real contest now is one of nerves rather than know- rhow. Fischer and world champion Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union are tied at 2 points each in the 24-game match. Fischer aides insisted today that Spassky was on the verge of a nervous breakdown because of the blunder that cost Najdors expressed the view that Spassky was still very much in the game, even though he scored only half a point of a possible three points in the last three games. "If you have a girl that you love and you lose her, you go and find another," the Argentinian, said. "It is the same with chess. The important game is the one after a defeat." Despite his nerves, Fischer apparently was maintaining his confidence. Najdors said, "He believes that when he's 60 he will still be world champion." I lite. The first delay was ordered Thursday night after a problem with a small auxiliary engine on the craft was detected. The problem turned out to be incorrect data and the launch was rescheduled for Saturday. The satellite Is expected to open a new era In man's survey of the earth, allowing day-by-day monitoring of crops, resources, water supplies and changes in the surface environment. J- 1 i ; i j t I j, Argentinian grandmaster Mi-I was rescheduled for 10:54 a.m. fguei wajdors, a good friend of Bobby Fischer, said the American challenger told him Satur-" day he was edgy. "Of course I'm nervous," Fischer said. , "'My game is my life." him the fifth game. The Rus Sunday, but NASA officials said Friday the launch might even be delayed until Monday while the problem is studied. Scientists are examining the 1,900-pound craft to check a possible problem with the jettison in space of a protective sians denied it. If Spassky was worried, he was not showing it. While Fis cher secluded himself in his ho tel room on the Saturday sabbath of the Church of God, to which he belongs, Spassky played tennis. 12 THE JACKSON SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1972 Chess Match Now A Contest Of Nerves ELECT " . , - ' - ' , ' -- V. - IfTv ; - :' ff 7 ' 'f'( 'i' STATE REPRESENTATIVE For TEne Cliffy off Jeicksini ROGER WILL GIVE JACKSON LEADERSHIP IN STATE GOVERNMENT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Oil AUG. 3 Paid For by Murray for Representative Committee, Paul Wade, Treas. ON THE ALERT A British Army marks- tho danger Saturday morning following arv man had his gun ready at youngster in other night of shooting In Belfast, North the background was seemingly unaware of ern Ireland. ap wirphto) New Offensive Opens Against IRA JAMES C "PETE" Cm MAGISTRATE Fifth Civil District-Madison County Court Aunst 3rd, 197S Tfclt Ml' T VMmi Ut rU WllMa. Cartltt Bot, TrMrw.M BELFAST (AP) Britain's administrator for Northern Ire land signaled the start of a new publican Army on Saturday. He told British soldiers to "Go after the killers, the bomb makers and the fanatics who mastermind them." Even before William White-law issued his declaration, troops swept into known IRA hideouts and seized 76 guerrilla suspects in the aftermath of Friday's bombing bloodbath in Belfast that killed 18 persons and wounded another 130. Whitelaw said the IRA bombers "showed by their cruel and callous actions yesterday that, quite without warning, they were prepared to kill, maim and destroy to get their own way." Speaking on television to the people of Northern Ireland, Whitelaw said the guerrillas have proved they are determined to wreck Northern Ireland in order to gain their objective. "They must fail. On behalf of Her Majesty's government, I tell you now, they will fail." Whitelaw s statement came while the British army was re ported preparing to take the toughest measures so far in putting down the terrorists. Shootings throughout the night raised the death toll to 18 since a score of bombs hit Belfast on Friday afternoon. Seven of the victims were killed in gun battles that follow ed the bombings. Some of the shootings apparently were the work of revengist assassination squads. The fatalities from the bomb ings and subsequent shootings raised to 461 the death count in the three years of Ulster's sec tarian turmoil. Of the total, 102 were British soldiers. An IRA source discounted the army's widespread search op eration as a failure. "The troops were tough but they have no chance of the sort of success they had in the first internment swoops last year. We are on our guard," the source said. "He is standing by me now," the source said. Whitelaw also conferred Saturday with leaders of the Unionist party, the Protestant-based group which controlled Ulster's Parliament until it was dissolved in March. The British administrator told them, according to former Deputy Prime Minister John Andrews, that Britain would increase its troop strength in Ulsteralready a record 17,000 men and would step up recruiting for the 8,000-man Ulster Defense Regiment, a national guard outfit, and the police. Belfast's center was bleak, as rain dampened empty . streets, sealed off while army experts examined a suspected bomb-laden vehicle near a Woolworth store. There was no explosion. Bill Sez "Sunday Is the soldo n claso that binds together the volume of the week." MUfht Hoose of Insurance" Phone 427-2673 WILL S. HALL AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE 2C3 N. Rlrhland Lion Chews Off Knoxville Child's Arm KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) A 3-year-old boy sought to pet a cased lion Saturday at the home of the Knoxville zoo curator, police said, and the pregnant lion chewed his left arm off above the elbow. The boy, Mathew Ramsbot- tom, and the severed left arm were rushed to University Hos pital, where doctors sought to reimplant it surgically, une doctor told a newsman, "There is very little chance that it will be successful," but he added "We're at least going to try." Deputy Sheriff Jack Martin said he helped the owner of the lion, named Daisy, force the animal to the rear of her chain-link-fence cage to recover the boy's arm. The boy went to the home of Jack Hanna, recently named zoo curator who keeps several animals at his home, to visit Daisy with his mother, Mrs. Robert Ramsbottom. Mrs. Ramsbottom is a friend of the Hannas, Martin explained, who had known the lioness since she was a cub. He said she wanted to show the animals including two llamas, a water buffalo and several rare goats to her son. But, he said, the boy somehow got beyond a protective fence to the cage area. "The boy's mother said he apparently stuck his left fingers through the cage," the officer said, "and the lion pulled the arm through the wire with its teeth and chewed the arm off right above the elbow. Hanna began keeping the ani mals at his home, officers said, because he feared that they were species in danger of becoming extinct. 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