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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Charleston, West VirginiaThe Mather e Low 45 and sunday High 65 with Chance of showers Wii him Fomil i Wim Ami ilk i. 1 in Harleston final edition volume 151-no. 119 Charleston West Virginia saturday evening november 16, 1968 ten cents larger jets soon to land at port anxiety Barrow Alaska we Pilot Max Conrad caused some anxious moments Friday when he was not heard from for several hours Over the Arctic but he turned up Safe at Nord Greenland. The 65-year-old flier who has had several close Calls in his Long quest for aviation records and endurance Marks landed at Nord in Stead of his announced Desti nation of Tromson Norway the Federal aviation administration at Anchorage reported. The Pilot from Prescott ariz., is on a world flight in which he plans to cover Miles crossing both poles and travelling from Equator to Equator before returning to St. Louis. Gov. Smith labels Bluefield College incidents isolated by John Scott of the daily mail staff gov. Smith said today he is concerned and upset about re cent incidents of vandalism at Bluefield state College. But the governor added that based on his reports he feels they Are mostly isolated incidents with no relation to last year s wide spread disturbances on that Campus. The governor said that col. T. A. Welly and the Staje department of Public safety Are keeping on top of the situation. There s nothing to indicate that this is anything More than test flights seen ushering new Era by Tom Cummings of the daily mail staff United air lines which introduced Charleston to the Jet age yesterday will begin flights at Kanawha Airport with even Ger jets on dec. 15. Yesterday s inaugural flights saw 91-passenger Boeing 737 pure jets shuttle in and out of the Airport one of them carrying the american airlines Emblem As pilots for that line put their two engine plane through an evaluation flight. United meanwhile will bring in three engine jets the 727s, which will carry 96 passengers. Announcement of the added service was made today by sen. Jennings Randolph who partic rated yesterday in the in Augu ceremony Here and who has Een instrumental in the pro Gram to Moye Kanawha air port into the Jet age. The larger planes sen ran Dolph explained will have More Power More thrust and Nore lift than their 737 coun Erparas. I think Kanawha Airport has come into the jul age of air travel in Fine style and with prospects of a Bright fun he continued. Arrival of the 727s will Herald a new Era of scheduled airline operations at Kanawha a few isolated he said. It seems that there is group there that is taking this action because Hardway Blue Field president Wendell hard Way won t give in to said Smith. Smith also said there is some question whether Hardway As reported earlier moved out of state human rights commission his of Campus Home last night report on last year s disturb As another Rock throwing Inci ances has no relation to the Dent occurred. Hardway was a current disorder and its release sent but one source said he had would t solve the problems. Most of the report did even concern Bluefield gone Hunting. The Only thing i can Smith said is to encourage or. Leslie l. Martin and the state Board of education to take every step possible to help end he noted that the destruction of state and personal properly which apparently is occurring i an obvious violation of Law an requires police investigation am action. The governor indicated his be Lief that the Campus problem Are being blown out of proportion. He also said flatly Ual officials change to the confirmed the larger planes. They said pilots Are More familiar with 727 operations particularly for Winter service Ual is the largest of the five airlines operating trough Kanawha Airport. Of an estimated in plantings this year through Charleston sen. Ran Dolph commented that United Thieu believed giving ground on Paris talk Saigon a authority Ive sources said today presi Dent Nguyen Van Thieu May be lending his conditions for Send no a delegation to the Paris each talks which he has boycotted for two weeks. The sources said he is ready o Send a negotiating team if Washington assures it a leading role in the talks. They said he would still Refuss to recognize he Viet Cong s National libera Tion front but would allow his delegation to address its re Marks broadly to the comm will Board about 26 per cent Tilting entity. Of this total approximately George Patton District Ager for american said his com Pany will continue to use the Soloth Vietnam s delegation four engine Electra Turbo prop until after the first of the year. Patton said american in bring ing its Jet in yesterday for test runs wanted to get the feel since commercial has of things that the Jet service nist officially Thieu is still on record As saying he will no Send a delegation to the talks i the Elf sits As a separate Nego sources close to vice Percsi Dent Nguyen Cao by reporte vice president was a preached by Thieu to Hea Consolation Concord . Bobby Eugene Ledbetter 21, consoles his 18-year-old wife Kathy while she Waits for help after she was injured Friday when their car on a Rural Road near Concord . He had draped her in his shirt and wire photo. Paris. They said by was consid ering the offer. Meanwhile other sources said optimists within the Saigon government Are speaking of nov. 22 As the Date for a Cabinet Reshum been started which would Clear the Way Here. For the dispatch of a delegation David Smith manager of to Paris the following1 week. Piedmont airlines operation the sources said the Cabinet Here said his company would reshuffle would Settle internal appear dec. 7 before the civil differences and permit the gov aeronautics Board in washing Ern ment to strengthen itself in ton to press its petition for non the face of the Paris talks and Sec Bluefield pm. 2, col. 11 Sec larger pm. 2, col. 7j Sec Thieu. Pm. 2, col. I landmark yields to Progress haunted House gives up ghost intent mistaken shot _ n l kills merchant ruled out by Nixon Gilbert a. Ai Miami Fla. A Bryce n. Harlow an assistant preliminary charge of Dixon disclaims any Effort to Flo the president Coleci. Tele was filed against a City police Man today state police said after a 62-year-old merchant was killed Friday night while look ing for a prowler at his Home in nearby Browning Fork. Edward Harrison was killed by a 33-caliber Bullet in the Chest fired by patrolman Jack approval. Clark 43, a state police investigator said today. State police said the shooting occurred after Clark and con stable Vernon Poe had arrived to serve a warrant at the nearby Home of mrs. Harrison s brother in Law. At about tile same time the Harrison s heard a prowler out Side their Home troopers said and mrs. Harrison telephoned the brother in Law. Sebert May seeking help. Harrison had picked up a shot gun and went outside to investigate troopers said and then j Clark left May s House and j walked toward the Harrison Home. As he approached troop ers said Clark saw a figure step from behind the Harrison owned store which is next door to the House. State police said Clark told them he identified himself three times saying this is the Clark told troopers the victim appeared to raise the Shotgun troopers said Clark fired one Bullet from his service revolver a .38 special which killed har Rison instantly. Make himself co president with jurisdiction Over foreign policy in Advance of his in Augu he still maintains that to be valid any Long term phoned Johnson thursday got a Call Back from the presi Dent Friday. And sources said Harlow had assured Johnson that Nixon was not attempting which or. N Ixon is in perfect this statement came after hours of apparent discord be tween Johnson and his Republican successor immediate role fairs. Over Nixon s in foreign of commitments abroad need presume upon the n Ixon said thursday that he that in essence is the Posi Tion the president elect took. It ional authority of the Johnson had worked out an arrangement for prior Consulta made Clear his determination to remain firmly in command until Jan. 20. As for Johnson a n Ixon As and made Public through a top Socrate said the president aide after president Johnson tried to make it Clear that constitutionally there is one presi Dent of the United states there Lare no co presidents with biggest unmanned Craft stately old Home coming Down to make room for More parking mail photo by Lack Tiernon by Charlie Connor of the daily mail staff Charleston s old haunted House is coming Down and no one is happier than Andrew s. Thomas jr., prominent City businessman. Certainly it was Thomas declared. I be known that All my life. When i was a boy us kids used to see lights Bobbing around from window to window and ghosts hitting Here and there. The House was haunted. Quote the haunted so known by a generation of Charles ionians whose boy and girlhood goes Hack to Early years in this Century is the former Baines Home at 311 Broad St., an across Washington Street from it is the modern nine Story heart 0 town Motel. Thomas vice president of Thomas Field co. And the Kanawha Block co., grew up in the neighbourhood. His family Home was on the Lee Street site of the present top value to stamp store. Thomas said the ornate Brick Home was built by or. Baines one of the Early medical men in the Valley and owned by his Only daughter miss Alice Baines following his death. As i recall miss Alice had an elderly aunt who lived in the House by herself As a Recluse. I was a kid in those Days and our backyard adjoined the Baines property. This aunt of miss Alices a miss Whittaker As i remember her name was rather Peculiar. The grocery boy would deliver Tion on foreign policy matters. He said this was done in connection with his monday pledge that foreign policy decisions of the present administration would be honoured by the next. In order to make this a viable arrangement it is. Of course necessary that there be a prior consultation on such pol icy Nixon said thursday and that the presi Dent elect not Only lie informed but that he be consulted and that he agree to the course of Nixon acknowledged that the arrangement was not precise As Moscow the soviet Union today launched Proton-4, do Willal happen if he did scribed in an official announcement As the world s biggest in not agree. Manned spaceship. Then Johnson spoke at a the announcement said a Booster rocket put a payload of while House news conference tons into Earth orbit. Of this 12.5 tons constituted decl trans will be made Between now and Jan. Russia launches 17-ton satellite scientific equipment. Charley West says Proton-4 will of cosmic rays continue studies and their inter Pound ________________20 will be made by this presi Apollo spaceship the i Moon. On its two and state and by launching or defense. This Secretary of this Secretary of action with nuclei of 5 the announcement added. The soviet Proton series of i world s heaviest satellites weigh he spoke slowly emphatic Al pounds and 264.055 and swung his hand to under my Ihly ppm Lillav is inc Lui Iii i Temica ii inc at ul., i elegant Structure that Rose in the 1890 s and has stood in recent groceries and leave them on the Back porch then up his 1cb _ Money the next Dav where shed leave it out for him. Years As the Lone residential survivor in a growing business District. T Money the next Day where she d leave it out for him. Sec haunted House pm. 2, col. Spacecraft uses a powerful car Rier rocket which Western scientists have said could be used or the soviet Union s announced pro a ram of assembling while in Earth orbit manned spacecraft for trips to the Moon and planets. The announcement on Proton-4 made no mention of any purpose of the Mission other than study ing cosmic rays and electrons. U. S. Officials expressed to Lief the rocket used today is an improved version of the Booster used for earlier protons. It is believed to have about i the same weight lifting Cap Abil a Ity As the . Saturn in which lofted the 33-389-Pound Apollo 7 manned spacecraft into orbit last month. The Saturn in has 1.6 million pounds of Booster thrust and is capable of placing about 40.000 pounds in Earth orbit. I Hope Wood con lians in America s most powerful Rock Joy All the. Football action panel. The Saturn 5. Can place More Vidd in parkers Biira today by than pounds in Earth Kanawha county boys. Bit or Send the Complete pounds. Included in. Both pay score the Point. Loads were unmanned Apollo be however. N Ixon sources said hides. Harlow concluded his Telephone a Saturn 5. With 7.5 million conversations with the White funds of Booster thrust will convinced that there is no Eti in december to hurl Tho misunderstanding or disagree Apollo 8 astronauts toward an mint Between the president and Orbil about the Moon. This successor. On inside pages 2 sections Page Bridge 13 classified 14 comics .20 crossword 13 dear Abby 8 editorials. 4 horoscope.10 my answer 5 obituaries 11 sports 6 Heaters 10 to 8 warming i p b women s 9 weather 2

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