Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 13, 1965 · Page 11
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TEMPERATURES: 24 hr. period to 12 noon. 8G, 66. Previous 24 lir. period: 76, 55. Year ago: High 68; Low 49. Rain .44 in. Precipitation, year to date 1 P.85. RONWOOD DAILY GLOBE FORECASTS - Partly cloudy tnd cooler tonight and Wednesday. Low tonight mostly in the 80s. High Wednesday 65-74. 46th YEAR, NUMBER 199. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1965. TEN PAGES SINGLE COPY 10 CENTS. Nears Camera D With M Survivor Tells About Crash of AF Radar Plane Only 3 of 19 Crew Members Survive By CORNELIUS V. HURLEY FALMOUTH, Mass. (AP^ — One of three surviving crewmen of an Air Force radar picket plane that crashed at sea with 19 men aboard was quoted to-i day as saying the huge four-en-1 gine craft struck the watej "like hitting a brick wall at.lOo miles ; an hour." ' Otis Air Force Base Wing Commander Raymond Gallagher talked with the three crewmen at the base hospital as search efforts continued for seven men still missing some 100 miles northeast of Nantucket Island. Nine bodies were recovered Monday during a massive sea and air search hampered by thick fog, rain and six-foot-high seas. Gallagher said Airman l.C. John N. Fuopolo, 25. radar tech- WELCOMING COMMITTEE—A Montagnard soldier watches as long line of U.S. Army First Division soldiers carry duffel bags along beach at Cam Ranh Bay, South Viet Nam, after disembarking from landing craft. About 1.000 soldiers of the famed division were landed as part of U.S. military buildup in Viet Nam. A company of the Montagnard- soldiers were brought frpm their nearby mountain villages to watch the landing so they could carry the word back to their villages."- (AP Wirephoto by radio from Saigon) 5 Marines Are Killed, 17 Wounded In 2 Engagements With Guerrillas By PETER AUNETT SAIGON, South Viet Nam nrcianY'of~Bbston~""was "in"the- 'AP) - Five U.S. Marines were most serious condition of the 'Wiled, and n wounded in two three survivors. He was carried bloody engagements near the to the hospital in a stretcher. I Key U.S. air base at Da Nang, a ^ ^ U.S. military spokesman report- Thr twn nthprs Lt Bruce E ' ed today - He said 22 Vlet Cong The two o heis Lt Biuce E Qne actiQn MQn . Witcher, navigator, of Otis An . linronfirmed vpnorts •BV.../.0 Waco anrl Borirtlno- PdUf QaV ' ana UnCOniirmeQ lKpUIl,b Force Base and Redding, Calif., and Airman 2.C. David A. Surles, 24, technician, of Falmouth and of Raleigh, N.C., i said 26 guerillas died under Marine fire in the second. In the biggest of the two Economic Experts Are Closely Watching Employment Increase By NEIL GILBR1DE In the previous five years WASHINGTON (AP) — Presi- said Assistant Commissione dent Johnson's top economic Harold Goldstein of the Burea' experts are closely watching what they view as a dramatic of Labor "vile*** biiv,j Y*\-»» IA»J t* v«.» t»»»***u»^ i nvn/'ltinirnT reversal of a five-year drop in PioQucing the nation's production employ- Scientists Hope To Get Closeup Photos of Mars Spacecraft to Pass Planet Wednesday By RALPH DIGHTON AP Science Writer «w-xx,v, n., u . . ^i.uvj. « U v,ov, u u..^ ~. ~. PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — new and serious decision may, persons, "me^ with"the'"visitors', ficYalTto keepTn^to^h'with the i Jet Propulsion Laboratory LBJ Says New War Decisions May Be Needed Troops to Be Ready For Active Combat WASHINGTON (AP) —President Johnson said today that Visiting Realtors Offer Advice On How to Attract Industries Advice on how to attract new nesses in this area, but that it industries to this area was of-i was surprised at not seeing any ***** h,, o rrmnr. nf ipnrti n o-' developed industrial sites or fered by a group of eadi n g bulldlny wnicn mignt be avail . Michigan industrial realtors and | able to new i ndus t r ies He members of the Michigan Eco-, stated, however, that the group nomic Expansion Depart m e n t! would continue its tour of t h e staff at a dinner meeting Mon- j area this morning to visit some j day night at the St. James Hotel here. About 60 persons, including local realtors, city officials, members of GO-INC, and interested be needed on the Vietnamese war in the near future. The President told a news from Lower Michigan, who came here as part of a tour they are making of six commu- ine r-resiueia i,uiu a news . .- . ... TT ~_,, raoninc 11 1 a conference that "increased ag-1 "»«,«* in the: UppeFeninu1 a industrial sites and buildings I before leaving for Iron Mountain on the next step of its air tour of the U. P. j Conboy advised the local o f- ; tl cials to keep in touch with the i - • . industrial realtors, who are i n! scientists are set to rouse Man- constant contact with firms in-; ner _4 from a month-long; sleep gression from the North (North Viet Nam) may require an in- terested in new industrial sites. , Stranahan, who pointed out and seven in the upper part of| that the late arrival of the afloat by 'life jackets for more 1 than eight hours until finaUy \ spotted by helicopters, rescued i and put aboard a German Statistics, goods employment had been dropping an average of 100,000 annually. White House experts have said little about the development so far, but after viewing His comment followed a La-: wna t O ne source described as taor Department report that the .- S i x mo nths of solid data" they number of workers engaged in may soon c i te the figures as the production.of goods has ris- important new evidence of the nee paddies and nam- C n by 820,000 in the : past year, i strength .of .the economy. were cur and bruiled but only Marine actions Monda y- Leath " ment. Stlv They'iin "real good ernecks on a swee P operation; .. It 8truck us as very impor- ^h«r»»o«llairher said • only .three miles southwest of tant ,» said one White House bnape, uauagner bdiq. _ N _ np . ___ | n , n a Hptprmined The three men. were kept ° aN «"e ran in to a determined yiet Cong band. ' The spokesman said two Ma- F4B 'Phantoms sur J foot soldiers as they. source. Wasp before the men flown back to.Otis'. were where a Viet Cong force of; jobs to a'near record of more j about 200 had been reported ear-! than 18 million. . Gallagher, said they told himj ' i Her. Communist marksmen killed "things ' happened pretty fast!*""' *-. with this engine fire." , otneism i four'Marines and' wounded 14 this fighting, the Some !G hours elapsed before spokesman said. The Marine j claim of 22 dead Viet Cong in- that there were three survivors I ? luded .. Bl * q , rocket flre -and net. 10 or 11 as had been flom tne Phantoms, the spokes- reported through most of Mon- inan ^ported, • ^^ g ^.^, Capt. Warren C. Mitchell, chief of the Coast Guard search Severe Weather Warning Given KANSAS CITY (AP) — A Goldstein first called attention to the figures 1 in a routine Labor Department briefing, Monday. The Labor Department h^Hn'pmh^r^erCent tornado and S6Vere thunder -'*«* «VI«K,«;«: oi * iKraiwu^ u ai .S£^i? m S2? ll JSh e TS storm forecast was issued today ance in the economy with the viously had been emphasizing the rapid growth in service jobs — such as finance, insurance, trade, utilities and government — while employment in the production of goods was declining. Government economists now see evidence of a healthier bal- creased American response on the ground in the south." Johnson said U.S. forces will defend their own bases and "they will be available for more active combat," whenever U.S. field commanders decide it necessary. "It is quite possible that new and serious decisions will be necessary In the near future," Johnson said. * * * The President volunteered these observations on the Vietnamese situation at the outset of his meeting with reporters. He said Gen. William C. Westmoreland, U.S. troops commander in South Viet Nam already has authority to use American forces in the ways that he considers most effective. Johnson reported that Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara and ambassador-designate Henry Cabot Lodge will leave for Viet Nam Wednesday night. Their trip had previously been announced. When they return, Johnson said, their recommendations will be carefully considered along with those of Westmoreland anc retiring Ambassador Maxwell D Taylor. McNamara and Lodge wil concern themselves, the presi dent said, with both the military and .economic situations. John son said he got a report recent ly on that area frpm Eugene R Black, former head of the World Bank. VslJlUl \Jl til ll> WWUOW %-" WWAV4«JV-t**V'»*i ' - j .. . , . T^O tJvWl All ±\Ji. \*\jl*av »» t*u AhJUV*x« V* WWMMJ and rescue unit in Boston, said i outpost n miles sown o ua for parts Qf central and nortn . the original word of 10 or 11 sur- Nang•was, caught in a i bloody, east&rn wisconsin and southern vivors ™me from searching air- nrengiii wiui a Viet Cong force, portion of Upper Michigan, craft which apparently listed« o^out one company. , The weather bureau said: bodies in the water as "survi-, . Tne spokesman saia one MB-I ,, A few severe thunderstorms vors. recent rise in production jobs along with the continuing rise in service employment — up 1.4 million the past year. The White House source said * * * vino was killprt pnri thrpp WPVP «».»>-.». ^.^..^v^v^ illc wmic XLUUBC ouuiuc oaiu vnnnZf ^^^P^i.Srn^ ^H 1 °«! 01 : *!??_ 1 » r ? a *«»:. ta !?! ** Production figures Indicated hail and damaging winds are a new surge of confidence cou- Hvniro nff tVio aHar-lrorc Vipt * " " i»B»ii««B«i6 .T...V.U ^~ a uew jjuige ui CUUllUeUlie CUU- He s^id that not until surface: ^^ °" „?„ *" Sno thP ex P ec ted this afternoon and eve- p i e d with rising consumer in- craft reached the site, through narnese ™}M*™™ rasSps i ning from 2 p ' m ' until 8 p ' m " ^ome. They are part of "the fog could an.accurate head count! OU ;^J^„"?_?_»«„„-ip^Vf ! i" the area 60 miles either side same phenomenon," he said. It be made. • L rt fnSt w vtt rnntr wPrP of a line from 30 miles south of aiso reflects "a big step up in Otis,^and.Brunswick Naval Air ed today,,23 v iet Cong were Eau Clalre _ wls _ to 60 miles investm ents," he added. Station, Brunswick, Maine, had c aimed killed during a fight outh soutneast of M arquette, received, a radio report from the pilot Sunday night that one en- with militiamen 220 miles northeast of Saigon in Phu Yen Prov- gine was afire, another feath- j nce: ,J, OU 5 ^° v l r . nm .^L^° pS ered and then came the words :| were killed and four wounded. In the late 1950s and early Mich." 1960s when production employment iwas tieclining," manyt con- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sumers had less income and An early morning fog bank postponed purchases of big * *, * Johnson left wide open the possibility that he may decide to call up military . reservists and increase draft calls because of increasing demands for man power in the. Vietnamese con flict. When he was asked whether he would take such actions, he said no decisions have been made and that "we will be in better position toact" on matters "o that sort after the McNamara Lodge survey trip. in ended Monday The fighting 385, "-xtremer y hot weather was miles northeast of Saigon was not far from Maftne positions at the Phu Bai airport, near Hue. American planes continued to v..^« «..v» v..w.. *,„...„ „..«, .. | Thiia TViion T3vn\rinof> tvun ^.«nj »..^...... D ~ o ~~.— puotyuilCU JJUlUimacb Ul Ulg "Altitude 200 feet. I am ditch- j ..- 1 " ™ o ™^L hi?tai?nnQ «nrt' extended from ' the Louisiana items like autos..and appliances, ing." I Vietnamese army battalions and Gulf Coast to New York today (n ld The crewmen said the pilot I a m"^?, f prce reported 19 Viet nampering transportation ' told them that they were going j Cong^Ued^in an ^operationjhat • many Eastem cities . to ditch when they were at 15,000 feet altitude. Surles said the plane apparently broke into two or three pieces — that the nose seemed to dive straight into the water. The men said the big EC121 — a military version of the Lock- Marks Heads Information WASHINGTON (AP) —Presi dent Johnson today namei Leonard H. Marks to succee In addition, he said the new j Carl T. Rowan as 'director of th surge of employment in the U.S. Information "Agency production of goods bucked an Marks, a lawyer, has been serv limited mostly to the southern ' historic trend of a declining ing as a board member of th •M! O1V»C« OVtH t"V»O 1Tlt"O1*lf^T* flf frllO *-« n «.<£«. «*..._! u « 1«.1> AU *_„_ _ ^I.._' r* -»_ 'if _''.-• « i 11 • i _ .M nes conunuea wi e expected to again top the Viet Nam apd in 10Q . dee mark . the largest raid eight Air' Force F105s dumped 21 tons of 750- midsection — went under in two or three minutes. Surles climbed out through .a hole. Witcher said the first thing he knew was that he was in the water floating on what might have been a wing and he thought three others were with him.. "A big wave came all of a sudden and two ; -of them disappeared," he said.,' heed Super G Constellation P° unci DomDS lllto P art of .^ equipped with scanning radar Son La armv de P ot 12 . 5 miles domes above and below the west northwest of Hanoi. Pilots reported 90 per cent destruction in the target zone, which apparently was only a portion of the depot. Four F105 Thunderchiefs hit a ferry complex 70 miles west of Hanoi, cratering the eastern approach to the river ferry and destroying a wooden bridge, the pilots reported. Spokesmen said two Navy A6 Children Are Much Different Than Their Parents... They Grow Their growing sometimes poses a" money problem to their parents They outgrow their clothing and • playthings. Smart parents have tound a sure way to solve this problem. They advertise outgrown clothing and playthings in the Daily Globe Want Ads and raise cash to buy new ones. The cost is small, the results are big. On Th* Rang* and in Th* Ontonagon Country It's The Iron wood Daily Globe Want Ads Get the Quick Action Results iPhone 932-2211 for ' Miss Ad Taker v plains and the interior of the, manufacturing labor force due Southwest where temperatures to modern equipment that produces more wil;h fewer workers. ' Goldstein called it "a big ,recovery" that indicated a much stronger base for the entire economy than in several years. Last month's total of 18,068,000 manufacturing jobs was just short of the all-time high of 18,- i-degree After a night of'thunderstorms in Minnesota, skies cleared for the All-star baseball game in the Twin Cities. According to late reports from Minnesota, two persons, were killed near Cosmos—about 50 miles west of Minneapolis-St. Paul—when a possible tornado blew down a barn on ,the victims. The thunderstorms struck scattered sections from Minnesota to Colorado with other showers sprinkling the southeastern section of the nation. Tornadoes and funnel- clouds Intruders cratered approaches tc two bridges 220 miles south of i we're" i-eported in several areas Hanoi. of tne s tqrm belts but no inju- Four Air Force FlOSs dropped 8 half million propaganda leaflets over Minh Binh, a major j a cros"s" "areas" in the 'Black Hills ries were reported. The Weath* er Bureau said Communications Satellite Corp the Lower Peninsula to get better acquainted with the communities and their development possibilities. The visitors gave their views on various aspects of the intensive nationwide competition for industrial expansion and they heard John J. Stranahan, oxec- tive director of GO-INC, and the lev. Louis C. Cappo, GO-INC resident, formerly of Ramsay nd now of Hubbell, expl a i n ome of the efforts that have een made to bring new indus- ries into the area. * * * As Harold M. Davis, promi- ent Lansing industrial realtor nd head of the Michigan Eco- omlc Expansion Department's leal Estate Advisory Counc i 1, aid, the visitors did not bring ,ny "magic formula" to cure the irea's economic ills, but they lid offer advice on what could be done and stated their willingness to help the area in possible way. They said they were favorably mpressed with the efforts be- ng made to improve the econo my of the area, but they stressed ;he importance of continu ing the campaign without letup ove a period of many years, if nee essary. "It's a 365-day a year job, declared James B. Grant of De troit, national regional directo and past state president of th Michigan Chapter of the Society group had left little time for a tour yesterday, said most of the area's available 'industrial sites at 7:30 a.m. PDT Wednesday with a command to warm up its camera for history's first close- up pictures of Mars. If all goes well, 21 pictures will be taken some 10 hours lat- are abandoned mine buildings, |«1 as the U^ .spacecraft; flies unused schools and similar structures. Referring to the report of the $150 million industrial investment in the U. P., Stranahan said that, unfortunately, most of the money is to be spent on iron ore mining operations i n other sections of the U. P. and not in this area. He said th i s r e a still has a 'diminishing conomy due to loss of the iron nines. * * * of Industrial Realtors, takes a lot of work You have to educate the rest of the w o r 1 d where you are and what you have got." Others in the visiting group who took part in the discussioi in- addition to Davis and Grant included B. M. Conboy of Lan sing, director of the Michig a n Department of Ecnomlc Expan sion; John R. Achterhoff, Mus kegon, vice president of the Michigan Real Estate Associa tion; Bert Saundsrs, executiv vice president of the associa tion; Bruce J. Annett, Pontlac past president of the association and director of the Michigan S.I.R.; Edward G. Hacker, Lan sing, prominent real estate coun sellor and past nresident of the association; and Charles Horner a vice president of the associa tion. * * * In opening the discussion Conboy said the realtors h a asked to make the tour becaus they realized the numer o u new industrial developments be ing made in the Upper Peninsu la and because they are anxiou to carry out their role of adv sors. He noted that Operati o ACTION U.P. reported yester day that commitments for ove $150 million in industrial expai sion had been made in the U.P during the first six months this year. Conboy said the group, whic arrived here late yesterd a afternoon and was taken on a the President held a news con- tour of the Indianhead Mt.^and WASHINGTON (AP) —Pres dent Johnson- announced toda he will nominate federal Judg Thurgood Marshall, a Negro and a long-time legal battler for civil rights, to be Solicitor General of the United States. Marshall, who was present as It was stated by Stranahan hat the great asset of this area s "its people of vision, cour- ge, determination and great oyalty to the area." He noted that since the de- line of the iron mining industry, he area has started to capital- ze on its abundant snow, with he development of Indianhead Mt. and Big Powderhorn M t and the proposed construction of the Copper Peak ski flying lill, and that it also has a t- tracted a glove factory and a plastics concern to establish plants in the county. Stranahan asserted that "the great hope for the area" is de j velopment of a fiber conversion project to make use of the vast timber resources for the p r o - duction of flakeboard,, particle- board and similar wood products. He said this area has the raw material, transporta t ion, manpower and willingness t o produce such products and that it could deliver flakeboard to Chicago for a fraction of t h e amount now being spent to iransport it from Oregon toj Chicago. He'urged the realtors to keep this in mind when dealing with firms interested in such a plant. After hearing Stranahan's report, Achterhoff commented: 'You have attacked the problem in a businesslike manner.' within 6,000 miles of the planet believed most likely to shelter ixtraterrestrial life. The first may be released late Thursday or Friday. Mariner 4, launched Nov. 28, has been coasting along at up to a million miles a day, dozing since the last command of its electronic brain June 14 corrected its fix on the star Cano- pus, the star by which it is steering on the 325-million mile journey. About 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Mariner 4 will start a 25-minute camera run from north to south across the face of Mars, starting with a bright, desert-like region called Elysium and a dark area, Trivium Charontis. * * * ; Some scientists believe the dark areas could be vegetation, fed by canals from white polar caps which appear to grow in winter and melt in summer. Trivium is especially interesting because it reflects radar waves strongly, like a mirror reflects light. Scientists say the radar brightness may indicate metallic surface .material- or perhaps a swamp. After covering other deserts and dark areas— all linked by canal-like lines which some astronomers believe are evidence of intelligent beings — the camera should see the south polar cap before the spacecraft curves around into the night side of Mars. ? A laboratory spokesman gave this schedule of expected events: At 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, a tracking station at Johannesburg, South Africa, tells a wide- angle light sensor on the spacecraft to search for Mars. This signal will take 12 minutes to reach Mariner 4 across 134 million miles of space. Confirmation that the search has begun is expected to.reach earth at 7:^4 a.m. If the earth command fails to get through, an automatic timer on the spacecraft will start the search at 8:41 a.m. About 3:15 'p.m. a signal will, tell Mariner 4's radio to. stop -.sending ^.engineering data on instrument performance and get ready to send picture signals. By 4:50 p.m. the wide-angle and recreational f a c il i ties", i sensor should have found Mars Davis explained some of the things industry looks foi ing into a community. He stated that industry "goes only where it is wanted badly" and can flourish. He said industry looks for a site that has roads and utilities, such as sewer, water, electricity and gas, Already Installed or readily avajlable, and that It also is interested i n good schools, hospitals, library Strict enforcement of ,a zoning ordinance which Is favorable to industry also is an important asset, he said. * * * While challenging the local residents to take steps to pre- and positioned the camera at the proper angle. • * * * At 5:20 p.m. a narrow-angle, sensor focuses on Mars and starts a roll of tape on which the pictures will be recorded, much 074,000 in November 1943, the ference broadcast to the nation, Big Powderhorn Mt. ski areas, peak of World War n production v/hen industry was . grinding out mountains of war materiel. President said Cox is retiring to return to Massachusetts. pare for new industries, D a v isj as television shows are recorded also_ urged them to^do every-, on tape. Each picture will consist of 200 lines of 200 dots of varying shades of gray. If the camera does not start on time automatically, a signal sent at 5:13 p.m. will start it at 5:25 p.m. thing possible to help the industries already established here. Hacker said yesterday's brief tour "told us you have what It takes to be successful We are in the emphasis being put on the tourist and recreation busi- Ford Says President Johnson Is Trying To Drown Out Any Views Other Than His By HARRY KELLY The big civil rights battle this town 55 miles south pf Hanoi, the spokesmen said. The landing of 2,900 men of the U.S. 1st Infantry Division in South Viet Nam has been delayed until Wednesday, military officials reported. Negotiations Reach An Important Stage PANAMA (AP) — Negotiations for a new Canal Zone trea- of South Dakota, southwest of Lead and near . Blackhawk", a suburb of Rapid City. The Weather Bureau also said tornadoes touched down near WASHINGTON (AP) — House session -.has been., over Republican Leader jQerald. R.' rights.. Ford and Rep. <•_* '„' j t 11 jtV i _ j>_ • . A» li. T-*... _*.! ^a^..i.iT w*.._^i..l'l,«..*i. — i ^"M_ J _ At Monday's news conference, ing." He noted, however, that! every village, town and city in the state is "attempting to do exactly what you are trying to do" and he advised the local either case the camera will for 25 minutes.. A- picture will be formed on the television tube in one-fifth of a second, every 48 .seconds; UU 4U1U I1C ClUVJOCU lUC 1 U U a I T>oarlm,f nf fKfc. i™,,~~ _„!._ 4. _ Ipndpi"! nnt tn "h-pni- it- liirVitiv " Rea dout of this image onto tape le A d ssertin°g Satnow is ML W£%££% a £ e S" f^T* to take advantage of the n a - £ *^J™? L^*™ 1 ™ ** tion's great economic expansion, Hacker said "you must continue promoting and adver- Ford and McCulloch accused;tising. You just cannot stop. xtcuufiiumi j-icauci ,\jciaiu iv. iigiiba.. a.-uiu auu IT.CJJ. vv.Jiucuii; i-.|.v,c.™, „* .,„(-,•„., nnn ; nn 4. _i. u Ford'said'today that President i I* MucCulloch of Ohio, ranking! Johnson of votmg against clv11 Johnson Is -trying to • ."drown Republican'/ 'oh' the :; Judiciary' rights in the Senate 100 per cent out" any views other than'his; Committee, offered a GOP bill! of. the time until 1957. own on'domestic and foreign, as a rival to th'e administra- They added: "The President Dolicv One reason for this, Ford con- tion's. embraces a form of consensus He said everyone in the community should support the e f fort with work and money. After being informed that county residents recently voted for the establishment of a new But. Ford acknowledged that which in effecrsays'I am right, ^^1 co le"c Horner said "Frankly, we had trouble get-i everyone else is wrong. I am for th _ ""J L» „? ™ oTnoH^li Albuquerque, N.M., near - Devj! ten ^ed is TP L anri^^'miiPs a ?m I tKp hna ^ le nf l Ford> at a news conference ting the message across that' good; you are for evil.' He toler-i^ tlt ^^'~" "b""^""^^ 1 ".; La., and 50 miles southeast of a accused JohnsQn Qf QUr was ag QJ . better ates no constructive differences i S™ as weU as to t h e langing t ,A. „_ ,.„„„.-.,,,„>. ,,ri,,nf.ato n* Uhan fhoirc" : «f ««4«1^ Ac e,,^h ho ic a Ho«. , tJnlpl . Oyer ? .. WS11 3S _ "> l .P S Billines Mont UD S 75 mob shed TvndaU up to in m.p.n., lasnea lynaaii, S D durins a thunderstorm' one-party government." o.jj., during d inunaersiorni. T . „_.„_„_ i-*..-,,*, a dangerous advocate of than theirs.; of opinion. As such, he is a dan-. Strong winds also buffeted areas After the GOP proposals were gerous advocate of one-party | is vltally important'to a com- iMicVtarl onrt tlta aHyviinipf no_ «f/-\ir«t**-» >vt«v»f iv» 4-Vil c? itrtitrtft«*r ** *..... tionsfor a new Canal Zone trea- i n Colorado, Montana, Wyoming "\ duu 'r•' " U " 110U " "? ,,, * ty between the United States aPn dT North Dakota \ ^ retur " of a ?l ngres ^ th , at wil1 do and Panama have reached "an extremely important stage," Panama's two negotiators said Monday night. Roberto Aleman and Diogenes Delarosa returned from Washington for consultations. Delarosa said they needed additional instructions on proposals advanced at the talks. Heavy rain fell 'in many sec- i ex S ***%J3fa tions. More than four inches of rain drenched Tallahassee, Fla. follow-up Interview today, crushed and the administra- government in this country. tion's bill passed Friday night, Ford said Senate Democratic Johnson issued a statement say-(.Leader Mike Mansfield's sharp Will Work on Bill the mission of improving th'g GQ^'s image and getting ; more Republicans elected to Congress WASHINGTON (AP)— A Sen- ; next year. v ate-House conference will begin. As in .the 1964 election,' -civil work Wednesday on the abcial rights are likely to. be a big is- Security-health care bill. 'sue in 1966. ing the Ford- McCulloch plan would have watered down the voting rights bill. - ;. Ford said this tactic may have backfired because the Republicans in replying were able rebuke of Ford for urging the bombing of Hanoi missile sites was another effort to mute a Republican voice. Ford said he had no doubt Mansfield's speech was Instlgat- to share the.White House lime- ed by the White House and was light and "get a better chance "an attempt to stop Republicans to sell our story than,we did all from giving Johnson anything last week." * . but a blank check," the next will require another 24 seconds. The pictures will be taken with four alternating filters, two blue-green and two orange-red; to emphasize the swamp-like and desert- like areas. Up to 21 pictures are expected If t he camera starts at 5:25 If the camera starts at 5:5 p.m. there will be time for only 15 or 16 before Mariner 4 swings behind Mars, where it will be too dark for pictures. of the area.""Education Closest approach, 5,400 miles, will come at 6:03 pm. but on the surface below it will be munity, he declared. Speaking on means of financing projects, Horner advised his listerner to work with the banks and other investment agencies in the area and to consider the possibility of forming syndicates of local people who are willing to put up some of their own money. Annett cited examples of what has been accomplished in Pbn- See REALTORS—Page 8 nighttime. At 7:12 p.m. the spacecraft will disappear behind the planet, then reappear on the other side at 8:05 p.m. . : One minute before disappearance and one minute after reappearance i^s. ractyo signals will be measured closely to dete.r? mine the density and depth of Mars' atmosphere. ; S^cientis^ • See SCIENTISTS—Page 8. ,tR .V l<> '..!'

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