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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - October 23, 1968, Norwich, New York The evening 5un vol. 78, no. 145 wednesday october 23, 1968 a Norwich new York 13815 Lotf per copy a Era of Camelot j red aides keep mum Choice is Hanoi s on Harriman says a Cardinal assails 120 charged talk about Jackie at Berkeley Boston apr Richard Cardinal Cushing says the idea that Jacqueline Kennedy sex. Communicated herself from the roman Catholic Church by her marriage to Aristotle Onassis is a a lot of in a talk tuesday to members of the Caritas Guild men in the licensed beverage Industry the Catholic archbishop of Boston said repeatedly that Caritas stands for Charity and that he said is what is needed. A i turn on the radio and All i hear Are people knocking her head off As it were criticizing her and so Forth and they Are so far from the truth that no one would believe me if i Ever got on a radio program and re. Sealed what i know. A fall i know that i am Able to Tell you is this Caritas Chart a months ago i knew that Jacqueline Kennedy was going to marry Aristotle Onassis a the Cardinal said. A i know what she has been going through for Many Many months. A i have been contacted by Many of those who Are Ridenti. Fied in High places with the administration of the late presi. Dent Kennedy and i have been contacted by others intimately today a chuckle some football players stay in College for five years or More. They can run Ana kick but they can to pass. Related and associated with the Kennedy family to Stop All this from taking place namely that jacks widow god rest him would marry Aristotle Onassis. A Well i would have no part a the Cardinal and old Friend of the Kennedy family recalled that the former mrs. Kennedy visited him secretly a week ago accompanied Only by a secret service Man and that they talked about two hours. A my lips Are sealed. I cannot Tell anything about the private very private conversation i had with her. No matter what i said to her she was already committed to this marriage months ago and i knew it. A the Point i want to make is this Why do people pour letters into me and today a mail. Condemning her condemning me and condemning the Church and the Church has nothing to do with it. I never would con. Dean anybody. A and this idea of saying she a excommunicated she a a Public sinner what a lot of nonsense. Only god knows who is a sinner who is the Cardinal noted that he married the late president and mrs. Kennedy and baptized their children a so i have had very close relationships with Jacqueline a Why can to she marry whom Ever she wants to marry and Why should i be condemned and Why should she be condemned a Berkeley Calif. A Campus police arrested 120 per sons who staged a sit in at the University of californians and. Ministration building tuesday in an Effort to obtain academic credit for an experimental course on racism in America. Buses arriving from the Alameda county sheriffs office to transport those arrested to the Santa Rita detention Center Drew a crowd of about 3,000 out Side the building. The California Highway patrol and sheriffs deputies moved those persons off the Campus. Paris apr american and North vietnamese peace envoys traded charges today of aggression in Vietnam without provid ing any detectable sign that they might be nearing agree ment on terms for halting the bombing of North Vietnam. There had been speculation that Hanoi might reply in this 27th session of the conference to Washington overtures about ending the Aerial attacks. Ambassadors w. Averell liar Riman and Xuan Thuy clashed in the 2v2 hour meeting Over who is entitled to speak for the South vietnamese people. Harriman reaffirmed Ameri. Can backing for the Saigon government of president Nguyen Van Thieu while Thuy once again demanded . Recognition of and negotiations with the Viet congas National liberation front. There was no immediate in. Formation to indicate whether the two envoys used their 35-minute Tea break for a private Exchange on the status of cur rent moves for a bombing halt Harriman startled reporters on emerging from the old Majestic hotel conference head quarters when he said a we have decided to meet again to. for some months the sessions have been held at weekly inter Vals so that some newsmen As. Sued a break in the situation May have developed but As the chief american Delegate talked his spokesman William j. Jorden was seen to shake his head. And later Harri. Man himself and Thuy made Clear it was a slip of the Tongue. The next formal meeting will be on wednesday oct 30, main tabling the usual Pace. It remained a possibility that Harriman a slip was an unconscious Giveaway. He and Thuy Are believed to have met in Pri vate several times outside the conference on terms of a possible Compromise. But spokesmen of the . And Hanoi delegations Here have consistently declined to comment on whether any Pri vate contacts have been taking place. In his opening statement Harriman urged the North vietnamese to act now for peace. A the Choice is yours a he after perfect Mission plane a bugs Schirra trip aboard Essex apr Navy capt. Walter m. Schirra jr., who flew in the Apollo 7 spacecraft for la Days and 4v2 million Miles without a hitch was delayed in his return to Cape Kennedy today because the plane had a malfunction in flight. The other two Apollo 7 Astro nauts were in a different plane and left for the Mainland on schedule. The plane carrying Schirra and nine others had to turn Back after 15 minutes in flight. Once on the deck Schirra got out and inspected the Wing and wheel area carefully. A we had a Hydraulic leak in the Wing panel a he said. He then walked to another plane and took off almost immediately. His arrival at Cape Kennedy was expected about noon Edt. The air plane carrying the other two astronauts civilian Wal ter Cunningham and air Force maj. Donn f. Eisele was due at the Cape at 11 11 . They were Well fed and rested about 24 hours aboard the is. Sex. A welcoming ceremony awaited them at the Cape. And then they were to continue a Long series of debriefings. From their answers and data gathered by the spacecraft the space Agency Hopes to determine whether the next manned space shot can safely take men in a Circle around the Moon. The decision on whether the Apollo 8 flight will be another Earth orbit or Circum lunar is expected in november. For Navy capt. Walter m. Schirra jr., air Force maj. Donn f. Eisele and civilian Wal ter Cunningham the next few weeks will be a continuous round of medical examinations debriefings and reports. The Apollo 7 Crew splashed Down at 7 12 a. In. Edt tues Day in the Atlantic Southeast of Bermuda. Officials called the Apollo 7 flight a a perfect mis. a after the three men were brought aboard the Essex or. William Carpentier the recon. Ery team chief physician said a medical examination showed All three men a essentially Normal a no Eisele had some residual infection but otherwise there was no evidence of the colds that plagued All three astronauts during the flight and caused so much worry for their re entry. The men came out of orbit without their helmets to permit them to hold their noses blow and equalize the atmospheric pressure on their ears. Like most other spacemen on the 16 previous american flights the Apollo 7 Trio walked stiffly after the Long confinement. But Carpentier said he was a very pleased with their total Eisele showed More weariness than the others because he had stood the last night watch and normally would have been preparing for sleep at the time of splashdown at la minutes 57 seconds after 7 . Visibility was the poorest for any recovery to Date. Under Normal Clear conditions Rescue helicopters would easily have spotted i he Orange and White chutes As they gently lowered the spacecraft into the water 7/2 Miles from the Carrier. But under Leaden Gray skies the descent was not seen from the ship which disappointed television viewers hoping to see die recovery in color for the first time. On Landing the chutes disengaged and the Cap. Sule tipped upside Down in the water. It took 20 tense minutes before the world could be told that the men were Safe. Chris Kraft director of flight operations at the manned spacecraft Center in Houston said the splashdown was Only one third mile from the aiming Point. A the Carrier was in the wrong place a he said with a smile. The astronauts after eating steaks eggs Toast butter and Large quantities of Coffee and Grapefruit juice followed the ritual of inspecting the Craft in which they had spent so much time. Nixon says Hubert switched on Vietnam by the associated press Richard m. Nixon accused democratic opponent Hubert h. Humphrey of Loose talk and position switching on Vietnam today and said Humphrey As president would create a a great risk of miscalculation on the part of our Humphrey meanwhile was being hailed As a political Miracle worker for uniting at Odds Texas democrats behind him. He Heads for California late to Day to try to repeat the feat. And third party candidate George c. Wallace hit by an Apple Core thrown along with eggs and tomatoes tuesday said leaders of both major Par. Ties have a kowtow de to anarchists and ignored average citizens. Nixon said today the present democratic administration has not been Able Toke Jep the peace has not kept up military strength or american prestige a and now it cannot restore a to this dismal record a Nix. 00 said in a statement in Saginaw mich., a my opponent brings the fastest loosest Tongue in the nation and the fastest switch of position Ever seen in american politics. A emr. Humphrey has shown a constitutional inability a Nixon said to treat the Vietnam War and the Paris negotiations discreetly or for that matter in. Derst Andablo Ever since this Campaign Humphrey has won a Strong show of Unity in Texas and now faces California where a size Able number of democrats were won to sen. Eugene j. My. Carthyl a peace stand and Are reported withholding support for Humphrey at the moment. Texas gov. John Connally and his longtime political adversary sen. Ralph Yarborough stood Side by Side with Humphrey at stops in Texas political differences seemingly put aside. A we have never in 24 years had As United a party in Texas As we have now a Yarborough said in fort Worth. Wallace reacted Good natured by to heckling in Oshkosh wis., tuesday even when he was struck on the shoulder by an a pie Core. A a that Sall right it la Wash off a he said. A a that a just a Bunch of in Racine wis., the candidates car was surrounded by shoving howling students who managed to push it into another car ahead. In other political develop ments a sen. Edmund s. Muskie the democratic vice presidential candidate said in Stamford coml., he and Humphrey have tried in their Campaign to give voters a a Lues on How they would work for peace but give the clues in a Way that would not undermine current Neotia. Tons. A Mccarthy declined again in Minneapolis to endorse hum. Prey but told backers at a Din Ner they really did no to need his advice. Civilian Veteran this South vietnamese woman has known combat for the better part of her 86 years. She saw tile japanese sweep through her country. She witnessed the bitter struggle Between the French and the Viet Minh. Today she exists Between the opposing forces of communism and democracy. Said. There was no immediate indication however that the North vietnamese envoys had reached a decision. The . Chief Delegate made his Call to ambassador Yuan Thuy in the context of a general discussion at the 27th session of Hie talks that began last May. But the terms he used seem to pack a special significance at the moment when president Johnson is awaiting Hanoi a re. Spouse to his secret package plan for a bombing halt. Harriman told newsmen As he went into the meeting that he had no indication that anything but the usual arguments a is going to come out of tile session although i am always marines Lead fire on 400 pc Saigon a . Marine scouts sighted More than 400 North vietnamese troops moving through jangled Foothills Southwest of Danang and called in artillery and air strikes that wiped out nearly half of the enemy Force Mill tary spokesman reported today. The . Command said that the Marine scouts sighted four columns of North vietnamese totalling about 405 soldiers on die move during the 24 hours before noon wednesday. Four artillery missions and air strikes killed 178 of the enemy troops a spokesman said. The enemy soldiers wearing various uniforms and carrying various types of weapons including rockets and mortars were spotted in one of the open Val. Leys about 35 Miles Southwest of Danang and Only five Miles be. Low the embattled Thuong due special forces Camp. . Sources said they saw no signs of enemy movement to. Ward the capital but if there was any the b52 strikes might help discourage it. The Western approach to Saigon is the most direct invasion route from North vietnamese base Camps in Cambodia. Griffin says he a victim of vendetta Washington apr a Leader in the Senate fight against president Johnson Ssu preme court nominations says president Johnson has launched a vendetta against him because of his efforts in blocking Abe Fortas nomination to be chief Justice. A when you stick your neck out and Buck the Johnson administration i guess you have to expect this sort of thing a said sen. P. Griffin tuesday. Griffin commented in a state ment released by his office after the Post office department accused the Michigan Republican of misusing free mail privileges in his 1966 Senate Campaign and said it would seek reimbursement of some $25,000. Griffin who was on a midwestern speaking trip called the postal department s demand a political harassment motivated by the senator s leadership of the successful fight to Block Johnson nomination of his old Friend Fortas. A live advised my relatives and my staff to double Check their income tax returns and fasten their Seatbelt a Griffin said. On assists lose headlines to Apollo Crew London a the Apollo 7 astronauts took Western eur. Ropes headlines away from Jacqueline and Aristotle Onas Sis today As newspapers cheered the new american space Triumph. West Germany a Frankfurter All Gemeiner looked Forward to a colonies in space and said a the Triumph is now Complete. Now men will reach for the a Success for Apollo flight clears Way to Moon a said the headline in Stockholm a Dagens Nyseter. Europeans were delighted by the humanity humor and Occa. Signal irritability of the three american astronauts during their space Marathon. A it was Nice to see the Gran Ite Jawed spacemen showing he. Man quirks a said London a daily mail. A Captain Walter Schirra got a bad cold refused to appear on to once made bad jokes and shouted Down to Earth a a e Are not going to accept some crazy testing we never heard of a let us Hope that the first Man on the Moon will still have the guts to bawl out the a it was As if they were in. Sting timely reacting against the domination of the machine which governs the course of eve. Ery space Mission a said the London daily Telegraph. Another Stockholm newspaper Sven ska Dag bladet commented a there can be no doubt that both Washington and Moscow have fitted space flights into a military on the same theme the times of London noted that the last major piece of exploration on Earth in Antarctica began As a competitive adventure but that competing claims eventually were cast aside by an inter National treaty dedicating the continent to research. A space exploration is in the stage of competitive adventure with the ominous qualification that the rockets which provide the Means Are capable also of military application a said the times. A this has been the Barrier especially on the russian Side to proposals for True cooperation. A if territorial claims in Antarctica appear now to have be. Longed to an earlier and Orrele. Vant age the appearance of proprietary flags on the Moon would be not Only an affront but Rome newspapers trumpeted the return of Apollo 7 under such headlines As a dramatic la Unita the ital. Ian communist party a no spa. Per made it the top Story with one headline saying a dramatic but Happy the return from the Cosmos alter la Britain a financial times said the Apollo Triumph was a major boost for . Expenditure on space travel. It added in a dispatch from Washington a the real Battle being fought by americans spacemen is not being fought up in the sky but right Down Here on Earth. It is a Battle firstly for the survival of the civilian space program. And secondly for re establish. Merit of rocketry As a matter of the highest priority for govern Orient spending postmaster Gen. Marvin w. Watson said the problem is a matter for Griffin and his conscience. But he added that he had turned it Over to the comptroller general for collection. The Issue centers around a newsletter that Griffin sent to constituents during his 1966 Campaign for tile Senate. Griffin was appointed by re. Publican gov. George Romney Early in 1966 to fill out the term of Democrat Patrick Mcnamara we we died. Griffin running against former gov. G. Mennen Williams mailed out 500,000 copies of a newsletter which quoted Secretary of agriculture Orville l. Freeman As saying a a. Slip slide and Duck any question of higher consumer prices if you absolutely can. Done to get caught in a debate be tween housewives and Farmers. If you do and do choose a Side take the Farmers Side. Its tile right Side and besides House wives Arentt nearly As Well a Griffin said the quotation was reprinted several times Iii the congressional record before his newsletter carried it. Therefore it qualified for the free or franking privileges allowed congressmen. Griffin said tills was the answer he gave postmaster Gen. Lawrenc f. Of Brien when questioned about it in 1967 and that he had heard nothing More about it since then until last saturday when a postal department attorney contacted Cecil hoi land Griffin a administrative assistant at Home. Under the Law congressmen have free mailing privileges for official business Only. Weather partly Cloudy and Cool to night with temperatures in upper 30s or Low 40s. Thursday variable cloudiness and Cool with Chance of a few showers High temperatures in upper 40s to mid 50s

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