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FRIDAY, 12 FEBRUARY 1965.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PANE THREt

FRIDAY, 12 FEBRUARY 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREt

SPACE-AGE FiRST:

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Rocket Performs Acrobatics
CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP-A These tricky acrobatics, which 1 swiftly to any desired spot in
Titan 3A rocket hurled its third included the first triple ignition space. Potential assignments in-
stage orbit as a flying launch of a rocket motor in space, must clude inspection and perhaps de-
platform yesterday and, in a be perfected for future manned struction of enemy satellites, re-
space-age first, executed a series and unmanned military space connaisance and transfer of men
of "aerial circus" maneuvers in- operations. and supplies between space out-
volv~ng four orbit changes and The moves would be necessary posts.
three satellites. for rocketing military payloads The major goal of yesterday's
test launching was the triple ig-
I nition of the third stage-a unique
' ~ ' ~ xe ang C ar es start-restart rocket called a"ra-
stage" and nicknamed a "space
switch engine."
SThe transtage was one of three
Of Fixin- mn USW Elections j satellites involved.-Ejection of the
other two-an experimental mili-

Republican Spokesmen
Endorse Viet NamAction

PITTSBURGH UP-Rumbles of alleged vote-counting irregulari-
ties erupted from both sides yesterday as the United Steelworkers
election count dragged on.
USW Secretary-Treasurer I. W. Abel is expected to win in his
challenge of union President David J. McDonald, who has been
accused of not pressing hard enough for union' demands. If Abel
succeeds in winning the election, a more unyielding position is
expected to be taken by the union
in its bargaining with steel man-
111d01esia May, agement.
i M y A highly-placed source in Mc-
P ,Donalds camp accused Abel's

tary communications payload and
a deadweight 1000-pound chunk
of metal-was considered a sec-!
ondary objective.
Officials reported later they'
were certain the other two bonus
satellites had separated but that
it probably would be today before
tracking stations could determine'
this definitely.
The Titan 3A and follow-on Ti-
tan 3C and 3X rockets are ticket-
ed for several unmanned military

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supporters of holding back vote space missions. Manned shots, in-
counts so the totals could be doc- cluding a proposed manned orbit-I
UNITED NATIONS WP)-Indo- tored up. ing laboratory, are to be hoisted
nesia's United Nations ambassa- eawl bby either the Titan 3C or a boost-j
dor said yesterday his country Meanwhile, backers of Abel as- er based on the Space Agency's
may return to the UN if the char- ed theaMc-o d cmerex Saturn, depending on a decision
ter is revised. plain a 4000-vote difference"inexpected in June.
the Philadelphia area."
L. N. Palar told a UN corre- A
spondents' lunch that Malaysia's Abel continued to hold on to a
election to the Security Council shaky lead, according to returns
electonto the Sectye" Coudcnl reported to the Associated Press
was "only the last stepleadingfrom the union's district offices.
to Indonesia's withdrawal..I

Palar suggested that the char-
ter, drafted in 1945, should be
revised to eliminate the Big Pow-
er veto over charter amendments.
The Indonesian ambassador
said there should be. clear provi-
sions on whether the Security
Council or the General Assembly
'should authorize peace keeping
operations.

The union has about 3300 locals.
1Union sources estimated that
650,000 to 700,000steelworkers,
representing about 70 per cent of
the total membership, voted in
the election.
But a top aide for McDonald
told a news conference "It's quite
possible" the election will wind up
in a court contest-regardless of
who wins.

BOSTONIAN
FLEX-O-MOCS
FOR FOOT-HUGGING FIT

(Continued from Page 1) as saying that "The Viet Cong has
Meanwhile, Republican leaders been trying to discover U.S. mili-
expressed their full support of theLary installations in South Viet
President's action regarding theNam."
air strikes. Asked if Hanoi would be bomb-
ed, Dirksen answered that "we
Former Vice-President Richard will not bomb Hanoi as of now.,
M. Nixon said yesterday In Los He said Johnson told him that
Angeles the U.S. should "commit "We're going to give as good as
whatever air and sea-power nec- we take." Dirksen himself feels
essary" to cut off arms supply "we should give more than we
from North Viet Nam to the Viet ae tasi gm t
Cong rebels,.r aig
come," In Tucson, former Sen. Barry
I sbeliev the time hasd m Goldwater called for stepped up
he said, "far the President to action in Viet Nam and recalled
make a command decision to con- that he suggested the bombing of
tinue using such strikes as a defi-
nite policy, and not solely as retri-
bution." years ago.
Asked if Hanoi should be a mili-
tary target, Nixon replied that the Tw Resg'i
city itself should not, but that
any "airfields or military installa-
tions within its area" should be India Dispute
attacked.
In Illinois, Senate Republican NEW DELHI (A")-Two Indian
leader Everett M. Dirksen said cabinet ministers resigned yester-
Johnson told him yesterday the I day in a quarrel with Prime
U.S. will step up the counterattack Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri
in North Viet Nam. over the language dispute that
Dirksen quoted the President has left 32 southern Indian dead
in rioting.
Food Minister Chidambaram Su-
bramaniam, regarded as one of
fXITVr d . emthe most capable men in the cab-
met, and Minister of State for
Petroleum and Chemicals C V.
Roundup , Algesan had tried to persuade
Shastri to initiate a drive for a
constitutional amendment giving
By The Associated Press English as well as Hindi official
LONDON - The House of Lords status in India instead of only
handed the Labor government its Hindi.
firs pariamntar deeat ast Shastri, a Hindi enthusiast, de-
first parliamentary defeat last scribed the resignations as "very
night by voting 82-32 to criticize sudden and distressing." He told
Prime Minister Harold Wilson'sreosenhopedn"e ill
export policies,reporters he hoped "We will meet
The Conservative opposition con- to have a talk.tomorrow. I would
centrated its attack- on the gov- certainly like to persuade them
ernment's ban on arms sales to (to withdraw the resignations).
South Africa and the decision to Meanwhile, police battled stu-
refuse sale of frigates to Spain. dents in five of India's 16 states.
roanid in populous West Bengal, the
state assembly demanded that
SELMA, Ala. - Four hundred Shastri review the whole language
Negro pupils lined up outside the
Dallas, County Courthouse yester-qusin
day in one of the biggest protests
of the Selma civil rights cam-
paign. No arrests were made, how- wan
ever.
The calm was another abrupt virile men who
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