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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - May 22, 1972, Massillon, Ohio                                f Sunny Clear mild tonight Sun ny pleasant Tuesday Pre cipitation odds 10 per cent 109th 273 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Established 1863 Massillon Ohio 44646 Monday May 22 1972 Todays chuckle I Father to mother At lent this report card proves that our son isnt taking any panding Home Delivery 60 Cents a Week 10c A COPY Strategic arms accord expected President greeted by Podgorny at airport LASLO TOTH used sledge hammer DAMAGED MASTERPIECE MOSCOW AP President Nixon arrived in Moscow today for summit talks with Soviet leaders expected to produce agreements on limiting strate gic arms promoting trade be tween the two giant rivals and cooperating in the exploration of outer space Beginning the first official visit to Moscow by any Ameri can chief executive Nixon emerged hatless from the presi dential jet smiled and de scended the ramp to shake the hands of President Nikolai V Podgorny and Premier Alexei N Kosygin who led the Soviet welcoming party COMMUNIST party chief Leonard I Brezhnev the So viet Union No 1 man did not come to the airport to greet Nixon Mrs Nixon dressed in a lilac suit was at the Presidents side Afterward Nixon and Podgorny inspected detachment of crack Soviet troops Nixon looked fresh and atten tive as lie stood beside Podgor ny The President and Mrs Nix on then passed through a re ceiving line of Soviet officials smiling and shaking hands Afterward the Nixons strolled by a group of lomats and correspondents had been bused to the airport to greet the Presi dent There were also some Russians who had been brought there There were no speeches be fore the Nixons left the airport in a motorcade on a 20 mile trip to the Kremlin in the citys historic center Pravda the Soviet Commu nist party newspaper called for mutually advantageous coop eration with the United States and said the attitude of Soviet leaders was businesslike and TASS the government news agency reported on Nixons meeting with Austrian Chan cellor Bruno Kreisky during the Presidents stop in Salzburg and quoted Kreisky that the Mos cow summit was a major po litical event of our Nixon spent 36 hours in the picturesque Austrian city closeted most of the time in the 18thcentury Klessheim Palace to work on briefing papers for his talks with Communist parly chief Leonid I Brazhnev and other Soviet leaders Before leaving Washington Saturday Nixon said there were opportunities for progress in three areas arms curbs trade relations and cooperation in space explorations Nixon has said he particular ly hopes during his eight days in the Soviet Union to sign a pact with the Russians limiting nuclear weapons The proposed arms accord has been under negotation for more than two years But Henry A Kissinger the Presidents national security ad visor told newsmen Sunday a number of thorny technical is See 12 V SUSAN RUTH HAWES saw the Gold Rushs full 20mile in reverse in a shaded shoulder seat powered by her father Rob ert naturalist at Stark Wilderness center There were Gold Rushers in the Sunday event over twice the 1971 total They raised compared to almost last year Story and additional photos on Page Air strikes kill 400 Reds Wantage but most of Pieta can be restored SAIGON AP Massive air and naval bomb ardment has killed about 400 enemy troops assaulting South Vietnamese defenses north of Hue American military sources reported today They said a score of North Vietnamese r were deslroycfd Waves of fighterbomb ers ranged deep into North Vietffam attacking the Hanoi Hafphong cornplexand other areas informants said 600 strifes were carried out in the North today and Sunday Fight ing picked up all the way from the Mekong delta in the south to the Street Without Joy VATICAN CITY AP A man who told police God I am Michelangelo dis figured the Florentine sculp tors statue of the Pieta in St Peters Basillica with a sledge hammer Sunday but the Vati cans chief engineer said he be lieved most of the damage could be repaired A horrified crowd of tourists and Romans saw the tall bearded man jump over the marble railing in front of Mich elangelos 472yearold master piece pull a 12pound hammer from his folded raincoat and with cries of I am Jesus attack the statue of the Virgin Mary cradling the body of the crucified Jesus in her lap THE MAN WAS holding onto Council must legalize Massillons new flag Now it turns out the city of Massillon has had an official flag since 1947 in ordinance form only City council at a special ses sion at Wednesday will be asked to amend the 1947 ordinance so that the flag de scription will coincide with the prizewinning flag design to be dedicated in special ceremonies Memorial Day THE SPECIAL session of council was called primarily to consider legislation to provide funds for a proposed improve ment in the intersection of Lin coln Way E and Tremont ave SE at the point where the out let from the new Grant shop ping center will enter Lincoln Way E However Mayor Mark Ross said today that in the light of the discovery that the city al ready has a flag ordinance council will also be asked Wed See 12 the Virgin with one hand and clobbering it with the an American tourist Beatrice Pech of Detroit said He was screaming as if he wanted ev eryone to hear and see I felt sick We were so shocked we just didnt know what to The left arm of the Virgin with its hand turned outward broke away and shattered into smaller pieces as it hit the floor The nose of the Madonna was chopped away and the left side of her face including the halfclosed eye was disfigured The figure of Christ was un damaged See DAMAGE Page 12 Where to find Deaths Dear Abby Editorials Health The Home Line Markets Movies Society Television Weather Report 9 45 18 13 5 IS 67 192021 16 5 just north of Hue in the north em sector FIELD DISPATCHES told of North Vietnamese soldiers turn ing and running from the bat tlefield in two assaults on Hues defenses Prisoners of war captured in the first assault on the My Chanh defense line 17 miles northwest of Hue at dawn Sun day told interrogrators that troops were forced to take some sort of pep pills that gives them a high extra strength and energy for a peri od of one source said The prisoners said the pep pills were taken in the form of lozenges but after they wore off it left them disoriented and disorganized it was reported Informed sources said one regiment of the 325C Division the last combat division re maining in North Vietnam had crossed the demilitarized zone to reinforce the troops ofthree other divisions on the northern front HUNDREDS OF war planes attacked the fresh regi ment and also ranged far across North Vietnam to strike rear bases and supply lines Radio Hanoi claimed that waves of planes dropped more mines into the ap proaches to Haiphong harbor Sunday and savagely bombed many populated areas on Hai pongs Field reports from the north ern front said a North Vietnam ese force forded the My Chanh River 21 miles north of Hue just before dawn Sunday and See AIR Page 12 Presidential COUNTDOWN Kennedy not likely to run 23 weeks to election and counting CHIEF OF POLICE HURT Blood streams down the face of Wash ington Chief of Police Jerry Wilson after he was hit by flying debris during an antiwar demonstration Sunday in Washington AP WASHINGTON With 23 weeks to Election Day and counting the armed assault on George Wallace in knocking the Democratic race into disarray has just about wiped out the chances of Ted Kennedy being the partys presidential nom inee Professionals in both major parties tell COUNTDOWN this is the situation now with Wal lace physically disabled but still a candidate perhaps an even stronger one with the added voter sentiment of compassion for him arid anger over his fate George McGovern and Wal lace although aft opposite ends of the political spfectrum are chiefly attractive because they are antiestablishment and tell See KENNEDY Page 22 VINYL OR ALUM 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bedroom 1 baths used 6 months as office Complete 12x60 2 bed room Fleetwood Mobile homes ready for immediate oc cupancy Four blocks W on 2nd St Dial 7674115 HOUSE EDNAS BRIDAL HOUSE AS OF JUNE 1ST BORDNERS S ERIE Geraniums potted Garden Plants tray Flower Plants tray Can Peat Moss 4 cu ft BY OWNER Jackson Twp New split level Completely finished Geni door dishwasher range and refrigera tor Priced mid 10 down Dial 8372747 Bill Lindseys Sweeper Mart 1016 State 8324933 I NEED A BATTERY all makes and models from Pat Gabele Agency now in For Spointment dial 8331894 Wales at Dial 8337061 I WATER 30 Cypress Gardens accessories Northland Skis and Ladders Days 8329135 Eves 8334207 TIRES TIRES TIRES Stancatos 2051 Wales NE 8323043 JAYCEE DANCE June 2nd American Legion Mu New in mens wear Kenridge slacks Career Club each Dial 8323109 by One 9 to 1 in AA MAM rtnnrOn K V fl K Battery Outlet 519 Lincoln Way E per couple Tickets 8320254 TURSKEYS I FLEA MARKET Travel Trailers for rent Hitches I Canton 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