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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

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r A12 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 Forgery Astronaut Predicts U.S. Moon Victory with all possible speed toward go ahead with It.' .ases and Air Force Lt. Col. Donn Eisele In the Apollo space craft which orbited the earth for 11 days Oct. 11-22. He Is a major In the Marine Corps reserve. Cunningham expressed confidence that the United States will achieve the first manned flight around the moon next month "if there is a decision to WASHINGTON (UPI) - Astronaut Walter Cunningham received his space wings from the Marine Corps Saturday and predicted that tlje United States will beat the Soviet Union in sending men to the moon. Cunningham suggested that the Soviets may be backing away from specific space goals related to the moon be- On Tap cause "they know they can't beat us." Asked about a recent statement by Leonid Sedov, Soviet space chief, that the Russians have no plans to send men to the moon In the next year, Cunningham commented: "Dr. Sedov knows a lot more about the Russian space program than I do. But I believe the Russians are proceeding. the same goals we are. "The only reason I can see why they may be backing away from specific goals is that they can't beat us," Cunningham said. Cunningham, a native of Creston, Iowa, who considers Santa Monica, Calif., his home town, flew as a civilian with Navy Capt. Walter Sehlrra Such a decision Is expected next week, possibly Monday. The astronauts who flew the October Apollo flight believe "everything is go" for the December launch around the moon and back. Landing on the moon would follow sometime next year. "I think we can make It before 1970." Cunningham said. EASY CARE DRAPERY SALE! JUST WASH-DRY-AND HANG! IB MAKES A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF THOUSANDS OF PAIRS! The trial of two men charged with 11 counts each of conspiracy and uttering a forgery and nine counts of forgery are among four trials scheduled for Palm Beach County Criminal Court this week. Louis Matthew Bartoll, 44, of Ocee, Fla., and Donald For-shaw, 20, of Hollywood, will be tried before Judge Vaughn Rudnick. The pair Is charged with passing a number of worthless checks in area supermarkets during July. Also scheduled for trial before Judge Rudnick are a Belle Glade man and a Georgia man charged with assault to commit first degree murder. Ted Swicord, 35, of 416 SW Ave. B Place, Belle Glade, Is accused of shooting six-year-old Ceroid of 717 Ave. C, while the boy was watching television at Swicord's home July 9. Victor Oliver, 30, alleged to be a prison escapee from Georgia, Is accused of the Aug. 16 shooting of Leroy McCray, 21, of Pahokee. 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