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Berkshire Eagle (Newspaper) - December 2, 1972, Pittsfield, Massachusetts View from the bridge l Th e 22 Pages 10 cents 40 per week delivered s schedule even if a strike by H documentation workers occurs But for the first time since ne Satiations began they edged there was a possibility of delay with the countdown for Apollo Mass Saturday Dec 2 1972 Vol 81 No 175 Strike threatens I Wednesday launch I Apollo 17 team passes physicals threatened a strikewhich could Would bc first postpone Wednesdays moon A strike has never delayed a I launching at the center Employes a un Following a because NASA under ion the 1 mation by a team of space COUT has been able to workers contacted to represent s agency doctors Eugene A picketing to one or two them in negotiations with nan geologist Harrison H Sates leaving gates open Boeing Schmitt and Ronald E Evans for non striking personnel to en workers have not an il were termed in ter a strike date 5 good spirits and physically in The workers who have said lions continued Friday excellent they will strike before Apollo 17 Dec fi and 7 are the only fa I Rehearse and unless their wage demands arc days this month for an A f t met are nonunion technical 37 launch The next opti Lernan and lers and administrative period when the moon is rehearsed moonwalk nel employed here by the in the proper position is Jan 4 mg preparations and Evans Boeing Co They seek to re6 boned up on command ship verse 30 to 50 per cent pay cuts if the shot is delayed a I computer procedures they received last year when month officials estimate it will Kennedy Space Center took over a Space the Kennedy Space Center H were optimistic the support contract million will be launched on It seemed this bad to drivers piloting their craft itp night President Nixon will retain top economic advisory team usual dual role as coordinator international areas Original member consultations ight to die theory supported News index Building Counly Eagle Eye Editorial pages Entertainment Foreign Hospital list Local Name in the News National Obituaries Social Sports TV movies 4 5 12 14 15 6 2 U U 13 19 22 all other personnel continue the preparations Noi essential spots to AP A ton that im as a and a have told lo for end 13 3 16 17 21 u ty a seminar here that persons the terminal illness of persons suffering terminal illnesses who want to die should be confronted with the Day in and day out the phy He said thP facts ad the is faced with patients He said the documentation if that is their wish who ask him to allow them to t essential to When a terminal patient is die hc said And in many numbers of thf or in it is as simple as pulling numbers of the launch team the physician is morally a plug such as those preparing an en right to hasten his death but ire stage or equivalent chose e may facs Committee suggested o abstain from work the charges the Rev Jack W The Rev Mr Jensen launch might be postponed Jensen said Thursday mended that a review board On launch day most of the The Rev Mr Jensen proles made up of the patient his technical writers involved in tant chaplain and associate pro family his physician and a tne threatened strike record the at Colby College in Wa set up to decide countdown for historical terville Maine told a seminar whether or not a terminally ill records Others on the Right 10 Live or Die patient should be allowed to for NASA photographs at a welfare conference in Bos viser responsibilities that Stein as chairman of first as Secretary of Later said ry A Kissinger has in the field the Council of Economic Ad then moved in 1970 to head the of national security affairs visers and Peter Flanigan as newly created Office of Man Bin Called focal point Inter and He re The new council will be made will be the focal point a news A native of New York City which Connally was summoned Policy UMW election under way vote to decide between Boyle Miller Mem bers of the United Mine Workers began trooping to the polls Friday in a historic election to cast Ballots for top officers of the union No incidents reported scattered reports in no incidents despite high emotions over unions recent troubles including 1969 murder of a reform candi date for Mine Workers dent Chief opponents in the elec tion held under the supervision of some 1000 Labor Depart President W A Tony and challenger Arnold of Ohley WVa Miller is the candidate of the Miners for Democracy reform Weekend weather Weather Service Scattered snow flurries today with temperatures in the per 20s Much colder tonight and tomorrow with a few flurries and partial clearing group which sprang up after slaying of Joseph A Jock Yablonski charging the Boyle faction with dictatorship and mismanagement of union af fairs US District Judge William B Bryant ordered the election after a trial without a jury last summer in which he ruled there had been widespread vio lations of federal labor law in the 1969 election Results thrown out He threw out that election and ordered the current one but allowed Boyle to remain in office pending the outcome Yablonski his wife and daughter were found shot to death in their Clarksville Pa home several weeks after the 1969 election Several union have confessed or been in on charges of hiring the killers Boyle has repeatedly any knowledge of the i rn slate The declined to enter the dered election rerun Boyles camp has charged that outsiders like attorney Joseph Rauh vice chairman of the Americans for Democratic Action were attempting to take over the union Rauh had been attorney and also worked with the slain mans two sons Joseph A Chip Yablonski and Kenneth in the Miners for Democracy reform campaign Miller a retired miner who suffers the black lung miners disease accused Boyie during the campaign of working too closely with big coal companies it the expense of the welfare of miners and their families His slate in cludes Mike Trbovich for vice and Harry Patrick Trbovich had been campaign manager election unions approximately his polling place and had a chance to vote The balloting will take place over eight days and the sealed ballot boxes will be shipped to the Labor Department here un der close guard to be opened and the votes counted by gov officials Loyally oath lw cul l CAMBRIDGE Mass A court order barring the of Massachusetts at Boston from firing three em ployes who refused to sign loy alty oaths was continued Fri day by Judge John W Coddaire in Middlesex Superior Court un til trial of the case Jan 8 Attorneys for both sides told the judge they believe the case could be joined with similar tar fll to vote and at Amherst and Berk John Owens sure every union member knew discharged SCIENTIST astronaut in the Apollo 17 team Dr Harrison If Hack lunar module shown working on the equipment af the lunr modulo mockup The wgn placed by a worker on the project hopes for a or go signal for launching of the minion on Wednesday United die Dr Mclvin Krant chief oncologist at the Shattuck Hos pital in Boston criticized the attitude which most families and medical workers have toward the dying person One of the larger problems the patient faces he said is that no one is willing to tell him that he is dying In many cases he said the doctor does not inform the patient lhal he is dying and nurses and social workers evade the patients questions because they are afraid of of fending the doctor But said Dr Krant this is just passing buck U is aso the respon of the social worker to tell the patient he is dying Cant say goodbye Mrs Maureen Stroll 3 regis tered nurse said patient not only needs to have a voice in whether his treatment should be continued or stopped but also should have an opportunity lo say goodbye In friends and relatives She said it is important that friends and relatives be willing to discuss with the patient the fact that he is dying rather than avoiding the issue and making the patient feel like an outcast The dying person cannot say goodbye unless there is some one to listen she said Scores COLLEGE Williams 91 Bowdoin 68 Western New England 85 Eastern Nazarene 84 Bentley 98 Lowell Tech 70 St 65 Babson 54 Fi SI Oa Southern Chile Nationals S Carolina St 86 ABA Carolina New York 19 Dallas 123 Indiana 117 NBA Baltimore 103 Houston Boston 105 Philadelphia Detroit 114 Cleveland
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