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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 15, 1969, Page 5B, Image 13

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SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 19t> THE CAROLINA 1018 Astronauts Enjoy Rest, Take Photos HOUSTON ,The Apollo 9 astronaut* cruised through a restful Sunday in orbit, pictures, sighting navigation landmarks and Observing the mdoBS of Jupiter. Col. James A. McDivitt and Col. David R. Scott of the Air Force and Russell L. Schweickart, a civilian, reported that they and their spacecraft were in good shape during the seventh day of their planned 10- day mission. The splashdown is set for Thursday morning. As they crossed over the United States, the astronauU snapped a series of ex perimental photographs of the Sal ton Sea in California. New Mexico and Texas, the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi River Vslley. rrom these photographs, taken with a cluster of four cameras set for exposures of the same scene with different film and different filters, scientists hope to determine how well they can detect crop conditions, water pollution, forest blight, soil moisture and mineral deposits. On Landmarks To practice navigation techni ques future astronauts will use while circling the moon, Scott fixed the sights of his sextant on specified landmarks around the Earth. The astronaut reported no' trouble locating Pun t a Yayahmko, on the west coast of Mexico; Dimit Island off Corpus Christi, Tex., and the tip of Yala Peninsula in Spanish Sahara on the west coast of Africa. Clouds interfered with sightings of Cape Fear, N. C.i a fourth landmark. As soon as Soctt located the exact point in the sextant crosshairs, he pressed a button, feeding the information to the onboard guidance computer. Each point was reckoned tyice, from a different angle. High Mark Is Given To Nixon By over 2 to 1, the American people are giving President Nixon, relatively high marks h " handled hi« firlt six weeks in office. Specifically, 57 per cent give him a positive overall job rating, which is close to the 61 per cent mark the public ex pected of him before he took office. The 23 per cent who rate him negatively is somewhat below the 30 per cent who anticipated be might not make good as President. However, a relatively high 20 per cent still are withholding judgment about Nixon. The President has made a highly favorable personal im pact, especially through his press conferences. This survey was taken during Nixon's re cent trip to Western Europe, and during that time public approval of his "handling rela tions with European allies" and his "approach to world problems" was also running at better than 2 to 1. However, it is clear that he has begun to inherit from his predecessor some of the doubts and impatience of the public in seeking quick and ready solutions to such issues as settling the war in Viet nam, reestablishing law and order at home, handling the racial question, taxes and spending, and controlling the cost of living. On all of these latter points, Nixon currently, receives positive marks less than a majority. Post-Riot Integration Views Eyed DETROIT -An Inten sive, social and psychological study of post-riot Detroit has found the vast majority of blacks favor full integration, but only a quarter of the whites would accept most forma of Integrated life. However, the study noted, the greatest danger comes from the small minority of extremists of both races. "These are the intensely angry and profoundly frightened men, both black and white, who will attempt to move us toward more violence and a paranoid restructuring of all race rela tions in the city," the study said. Supervised by Dr. Elliott Luby, associate director of the Lafayette Clinic in Detroit, the atudy found that 89 per cent of the blacks interviewed wanted full integration. Only 26 per cent of the whites showed lntegrationist attitudes. About 85 per cent of the whites fell in the middle, favoring something short of full integration. About 9 per cent of the blacks were in that category. 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