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Corbin Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1969, Corbin, Kentucky A i advertising Doest Cost it pays spec Lally when it is in the sunday times Quot vol. 35 no. 46 the Corbin Rimes Corbin Kentucky sunday morning november 16, 1969 not everybody Here subscribes to the times but nearly everybody reads it 16 pages today 10 cents no More problems Yankee Clipper appears to be performing Well atomic Power Plant will by set up on Tho Moon by Apollo 12 astronauts to Power five surface expo Simants for at least a year Day and night. The nuclear Generator shown in foreground will use eight pounds of Man made plutonium Worth $1 million. Developed by be for the atomic Energy commission the unit weighs Only 45 pounds with fuel and has no moving parts. By Howard Benedict a aerospace writer space Center Houston apr resting after a hectic first Day in space the Apollo 12 astronauts raced toward the Halfway Point of their journey to the Moon today and prepared to eliminate one of the major safety features of previous lunar voyages Charles Conrad jr., Richard f. Gordon or. And Alan l. Bean reach the midpoint at 4 39 . Est when their spaceship Yankee Clipper is 129.833 Miles from both Earth and Moon. Long Sloop that is shortly after they Are to awaken from a Long sleep. They retired about 5 . After an 18-hour Day in which they Shook off the effects of a frightening electrical surge during their Friday launch at Cape Kennedy. Commander Conrad who said the surge May have been caused by lightning and his Copilot thoroughly surveyed the command ship and the attached lunar Landing Craft for possible damage from the electrical problem which caused a Brief loss of some systems 45 seconds after launch. They found All systems were intact and Apollo 12 continued Earth if they took no further a tinn. Trajectory Apollo 12 we As launched on this so called free return trajectory which was flown by the three previous american Moon , apollos 8, 10 and 11. On this path the spacecraft whips around the backside of the Moon and then is pulled automatically by Earth a Gravity Back to a Landing in the Pacific Ocean. The earlier Apollo astronauts used this trajectory to insure getting Home in Case their spaceship engine failed to fire when they attempted to Brake into lunar orbit. Now after three flights the space Agency has enough Confidence in the engine to attempt the no free return trajectory on Apollo 12. The 10-second burst from the engine today is to increase Apollo 12�?Ts Speed by 44 Miles an hour and adjust its arrival Point at the Moon so astronauts Conrad and bean next wednesday can attempt a pinpoint Landing on the Eastern Edge of the Ocean of storms near an unmanned Surveyor spacecraft that has been there 2v2 years. Free return on the free rectum path Apollo Crews Are restricted to Landing Sites along the lunar Equa inside out View from rear of a a even ship formation of army helicopters shows the Saigon River twisting across the vietnamese Countryside. The copters were airlifting troops. After violence Friday night March. Of War protesters opens peacefully saturday by Joseph e. Mohbat associated press writer by about 1 30 . Est most line across the Avenue a Block of the militants . From the on Sheridan Dupont circles a fair weather Circle. The advancing marchers ,. Washington apr toward the Moon and Many a Sec tor. Apollo 12 s site is about 200 massed thousands of War pro Ond lunar Landing. At 6 15 . Today the astronauts were to fire their spaceship engine to alter their present course which would automatically return them to Miles North of the Equator. Even if the main engine failed to insert Apollo 12 into lunar orbit the astronauts could trigger the lunar Lander engine to break continued to Pago 7 last Section opens next month 1-75 is now open testers marched Down Pennsylvania Avenue today trying to carry their end the War message to president Nixon. Although the climactic event of the three Day Antiwar demonstration in the capital began with no outward signs of Trou hangout for hippies students and Young Blacks had been the staging Point for the first March to the South vietnamese embassy after a planned mid evening rally. They carried the flags of anarchy and the Viet Cong and chanted a who hoho Chi Minh a As they moved 15 wavered backed off then sent up a Brief Volley of stones bottles and epithets. Solid Lina the police replied with Gas that sent the marchers scampering into the Side streets choking and weeping. Several youths with pans of cold water and Cotton balls administered Aid abreast across the Road out of to the demonstrators and news ble the Ariy stepped up or Circle and along Massachi men who also were affected Paratinos to Deal with any Vio Sheridan i to London ircle by four blocks away. Confrontation seemed to he police in Whie riot helmets evaporating the re and Gas masks formed a solid turned to Dupont. A Une of them stood up to police an Houtch obscenities. Volley of Gas soon an uncounted number of volleys of Gas forced them into the streets radiating from the Circle where some smash d the plate Glass window of a Bank a Florist a cafeteria and the Washington Bureau of the associated press. After repeated attempts to occupy the Circle wore broken up by Gas the demonstrators tried to take a new circuitous route to die embassy. One policeman waved his service revolver and challenged them to soon continued to Page 7 another Section of interstate 75 was officially opened to traffic ment of highways. It. Willard Mitchell of the Lon he said there were really no Don state police Post District major problems and on backup 1. 1 a i in disclosed in a confirming of the traffic flow. The minor Friday by the Kentucky depart conversation with the problems would Correct them Corbin sunday times the Section selves if motorists would heed the traffic signs he added. Tentative Date it. Mitchell also said the Highway department had informed the London Post the tentative Date for the opening of the balance of the Highway to it. Vernon had been set for december 15. This Section extends from North of London at first nonce of the opening of Highway was officially opened the Semuon from North Corbin to the state Highway depart ment on Friday. The lieutenant said most of the trouble on the new Section the intersection of 1-75 and the Kentucky Highway 80 North of London came saturday from Kentucky state police. They is of interstate was being caused sued a warning to to by motorists failing to properly heed the signs for traffic at the observe the Highway signs for 1-75 and by. 80 interchange. Traffic control on the interstate. The 1-75 and by. 80 interchange to the u. S. 25 and 1-75 interchange South of it. Vernon by. The opening of Section will Complete the construction of inter state 75 from the Northern Border of the state at Cincinnati to the Southern Boundary at Jellico Tenn. No dates have been set for the official dedication of this stretch of some 35 Miles of interstate from Corbin to it. Vernon. Battle with police kids quickly dispersed great restraint by Washington shown police by g. David Wallace associated press writer Washington apr the mob of chanting Banner waving kids closing in on the thin Blue line of helmeted cops could have been Chicago or Columbia or san Francisco state. But both sides in Friday nights clashes had Learned their lessons Well and the panic and frenzy of Many past confrontations was As elusive As the tear Gas which dissipated quickly in the brisk wind. The helmets marking the most militant marchers who had come prepared for head knocking were few among the crowd estimated by police at upwards of 3,000, assembled in Dupont Circle with the of marching to the South vietnamese embassy. Three blocks the tear Gas generators were whirring loudly behind the the three blocks Down embassy Row to Sheridan Circle. A Salvo of bottles and rocks flew apparently harmlessly Over the police line. Then the police line parted and two men carrying machines looking like portable vacuum cleaners stepped out. The crowd reassembled and the Cycle started Over. At one Point a policeman stopped his Cruiser for no apparent reason and began chasing kids through the nearly deserted Park like a dog chasing pigeons. He caught no one stopped returned to the Cruiser. Lence. Splinter group a splinter group of demonstrators shattered the Tranquillity of the protest Friday night in a Rock throwing confrontation with police that brought a barrage of tear Gas in response. Authorities plan to Deal swiftly with any new outbreaks today. The army alerted several thousand More troops for Quick movement into the City to Back up the 9,000 paratroopers and marines already occupying most of the main government buildings. But it was a singing chanting throng that led off the big March bundled in Bright jackets and scarves in 30-degree weather. Sen. Eugene Mccarthy. D Washington apr a we tried Man. We tried a a said Alan Fenner As he stood near the minn., the hero of the Antiwar Washington Dupont Circle Friday night group during the 1968 presiden a Black and White band circled the right sleeve of his Black leather jacket. It read a Mobe some tried March leaders to halt trouble by Ken h Arnett associated p Ress writer a policeman warned Over a scattering bullhorn everyone in the area but generally the police stuck was subject to arrest. The a together and did no to press the shoulder to shoulder Poh Cemen Chines belched White billowing Chase after scattering the crowd after the demonstrators moved Douds. Tear Gas. District Leader Speaks monday to South Pat Jack Hendrix vice president of District 11 Parent teacher association will present a program on the exceptional child monday at 7 p. A. At the South elementary Pat. The exceptional child is one who deviates from Normal or average in one or More physical intellectual or emotional conditions to the extent that these deviations Are great enough to interfere with learning and adjustment in a regular classroom. The exceptional child May be intellectually sup a Hor As Well As retarded. The kids moved quickly chanting a walk. the police held their ground with Only a few officers following the demonstrators. Too soon District police chief Gerald Wilson later said the tear Gas machines were perhaps used too soon but the four policemen moving up the Street with the men bearing the generators moved slowly deliberately. A couple of stragglers were collared. There was no clubbing. Rev. Howard k. Kelly a new pastor Richmond Man will be pastor for Nazarene the Corbin Church of the Naz Arone has called the Rev. Howard k. Kelly of Richmond. Ky., a a our policy is to use restraint of and to use the least damaging Voe any left by the resignation method of Force when Force is Ilvin Abney necessary a said. He said attempting arrests and using tear Gas were the first Preat. It u n feared methods to avoid having Rioh Nind. And the Nashville physical Battles Between the police and demonstrators. Wilson said this policy proved effective Friday night. With Gas. The Rev. Kelly is a graduate of Madison Central High school Greenland Boptist starts revival the leaders tried to regroup forces at Dupont Circle but eve revival will Start at t h e Ery time a crowd of about 100 Greenland Baptist Church Falls formed the tear Gas lobbed in. Through november 23. Auto diesel school. He attended the Revecca Nazarene College , he has pastured churches in Beattyville i.,Ondon and it. Vernon and served As Supply pastor in the District. He is married and the father of three children. Tial Campaign. Sen. Charles e. Goodell r-n.y., mrs. Martin Luther King jr., and Folk singers Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie were among those in the Lead. Better measure just before the March began Mccarthy told those at the foot of the Capitol they were a better measure of the feeling in the country against the War than the .52,000 telegrams the White House has said it received supporting Nixon a policy. Leaders of today a carefully planned demonstration had won their marching permit with a Promise of nonviolence. They quickly disavowed the actions of the militant group estimated by police at upwards of 3,000�? w Hose illegal March triggered the first disorder of the three Day Antiwar Campaign. Even As the choking Eye stinging Clouds of tear Gas swirled near Row thousands of silent Candle bearing marchers were continuing the second full Day of their a March against death past the White House. Many were unaware of the eruptions two Miles away. But while the leaders restated Thor Promise of a peaceful March today they were aware that it was their Campaign that had brought the militant a revolutionary contingent to the capital. Only time would Tell How much the disorders would Amish the goals of the new mobilization committees Long awaited March which leaders hoped would bring hundreds of thousands of into the capital streets. Army troops meanwhile bivouacked in the hallways and courtyards of several downtown Interior internal Revenue and others As a precaution against possible violence today. Fenner a Law student at Georgetown University was one of a slender corps of new mobilization committee volunteers recruited to try Stem any potential Violet ire As thousands of youths arrived in Washington for a weekend of War protest. Helmeted a a done to go up there Man a Fenner pleaded with a helmeted knot of youths As they moved toward a police line 75 Yards away. A a All you re going to get is gassed and busted. I really advise going up there. Its not a healthy the knot of youths kept moving in in the same direction. Rut a voice came Back from the crowd a what Are you going to do for the people up there a someone shouted to Fenner. A they got the real enemy the police. What Side Are you on Man a Fenner did no to try to argue. Violence was the one thing the Mobe did no to want As it worked to firoved to the nation that the Antiwar movement far from being the property of the alienated and the violent was mainstream and mild be class America. Frustration for All fenners frustration the new Mobe had formally disavowed last nights planned March on the vietnamese pm theatre schedule mip Poromb thurs. Nov. 13 to Tup nov. It those were the Hiippi times j 00 4 30 7 00 9 30 shells Highway monday and con Luethey were not called out Dur a a ins the nigh time skirmishing. A a walk. Walk a shouted kids. They moved and let wind carry the Gas away. The the evangelist will be the Rev. The Maynard Hart. Deaths services Start each evening at within minutes tiie Gas gone 7 of clock. Tilford Young a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i the puce in helmets and Gas masks equipped with but not using nightsticks. Handled things although District of co generally fair and cold tonight Low 18 to 25. Partly Cloudy with a warming trend sunday High Luthia National guardsmen a 38 to 44. Monday partly Cloudy sos distinctive in their helmet trolled the scene. And warmer. De clue knit style and Wise in Hassy just As the coalition of lib Rais radicals and communists. Had disavowed to Flay a Yippie sponsored March on the Justice department. But the new Mobe was the Magnet that Drew the Young rioters to the capital and f Enner a Small cog in a massive and amorphous organization knew it. The action started spontaneously As scores then hundreds and finally thousands filled the Little ring that is do in ont a ircle Park shortly after 8 o clock. A youth with a White helmet a heard and a megaphone began moving around the rim of the Parks Fountain. A a lets move out. Lets move out a he called. Dull pop from the distance one could hear the Dull pop of the tear Gas canisters and the whirr like so Many crickets of police sirens As patrol cars twisted into strategic positions in the peculiarly oblique Washington streets. Behind the police lines rocks skittered along the pavement and bounced off the White vans some of Tho tear Gas stricken in pain. La olice advanced toward the crowd. It fled Down the Side streets. In ass Rhys offered wet handkerchiefs and brought some of the tear Gas stricken in doors out of the cold and stinging air. on Dupont Circle a Cluster of youths worked feverishly outside a drug store to build a barricade in the Street. But All they had for material were some trash cans harmlessly from time to time someone screamed a off the pig a and fired a Rock from the darkness. Most bounced harmlessly off the Side of the Ever circling police cars which would slow Down their occupants would stare into the darkness and proceed. The Weatherman faction of the Way of the streets moved together defiantly flying their Viet Gong flags. As police approached they would vanish Down Side , through parking lots into alleys. Rut most of the others flew no flags and moved in groups of two or three or even alone. They looked neither angry nor frightened just very Young. Released after Sev Era i months in jail Thich Thien Minh was one of More than a thousand prison ices who received some sort of amnesty As part of National Day celebrations in South Vietnam. The Buddhist opposition Leader had been a ailed for hiding draft dodgers and weapons

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