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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - October 24, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois                                PUBLICATION OFFICi Carbendil 710 N Illlnoii Murphyiboro 1113 Walnut Htrrln 212 N 16th Volumt 82No 25115e Copy 2 Sections rntma Hwrtii OillfMUM MurpHyrtero ludipi THURSDAY OCT 24 1974 Nixon reenters hospital Long Beach Calif AP Former President Richard M Nixon facing possible surgery has reentered the hospital here because home treatment for his phlebitis condition proved inef fective his doctor says Nixonlimpedslightly but was unassisted as he walked through a rear service entrance to be admitted Wednesday night to Memorial Hospital Medical Center for me second time in three weeks A spokesman for the hospital in this coastal city bordering Los Angeles said the former president was expected to be released by the end of the week Nixon apparently made the 50 mile trip from his San Clemente home to the hospital by car There had been no advance announcement that he was returning to the hospital Jack Weiblen hospital vice president said Nixon was brought in after dark to reduce publicity He covets his privacy Weiblen said of Nixon who resigned as president last Aug 9 Dr John C Lungren Nixons longtime personal physician said Nixon was taken to the hospital after anticoagulent drugs proved ineffective in treating inflamed veins in Nix ons left leg He said a diagnostic radiology test called a venogram had been performed on the 61yearold former president after his ar rival and showed a near total occlusion or blockage of blood flow in the area of Nixons left thigh A venogram involves in jecting iodine dye into the blood stream to make X rays of the patients circulatory system clearer Lungren noted that several blood clots were found in the swollen leg but he added that these clots could be old or fresh Nixon received anticoagulents Coumadin orally and neparin intravenously during his first hospital stay 12 days ending Oct 4 But only Coumadin had been prescribed for him while he was convalescing at his oceanfront villa at San Clemente If were not capable of prov ing adequate prophylactic anti coagulation by oral Coumadin then the possibility of surgical intervention must be con sidered said Lungren He treated Nixon since 1952 Dean testimony differs Washington AP John Mitchells defense lawyer in the Watergate cover up trial focused today on dif ferences between John Deans trial testimony and what Dean told the Senate Watergate com mittee 16 months ago William G Hundley reminded Dean that he had testified at it a long telephone he had with jvmuicn on June 22 1972 in which he reported on the pro in block the the Watergate Lawyer cites differences between Senate trial answers Hundley reminded Dean that Dean on Wednesday Hundley But most neated exchange he had told the Watergate comsought to portray the tormer wilsons examina mittee his conversation with White House counsel as ready to wag not with Dean but xu ojjth was at sacrifice anyone to save nis own ti T f Tnhn conspiring to vestigation of breakin John J Wilson lawyer for H ItTliifrA crossexamination and had Dean relate how he took for his honeymoon from a cash At another point when Wilson leaped to his feet and shouted t sirica slapped hj hand on the bench and said g minutc VouV stop taLg until I get about Dean but accused Wilson of trying to im John ply that I deliberately never I I Illlilitiimfftllln W1 llWk IIBiiiWi m amv Marilyn Ridings teaches a new sound to her son Michel Photo by Butch Nevlous Dean Hundley noted Mitchell later had told the never mentioned the comrnittee he was out of town Mitchell conversation in his that day Watergate committee testi Deansaidhe subsequently c r o ssexarmnation mony Mitchellis a former atrecalled that he attended a tornev general and is one of five meeting in Mitchells office on Hundley was the secono defendante in the coverup af but that Mitchell wasnt defense lawyer to crossexamme SIT there and that he had called him Dean the leadof government Hundley also pointed out that iater when the former attorney witness in the trial of live Dean never mentioned the congeneralreturned to Washington forma Nixon versation to a federal grand jn his crossexamination of and campaign aides jury Asked by Hundley to explain Dean said the first time I was asked about that was in this courtroom1 Hundley then turned to another conversation Dean had testified he had with Mit chell At the trialDean said be talked to Mitchell on the telephone on June 28j 1972 House conversa to took place on and March 13 attorney v friend of being palpably un tions WanesWr 27 prosecutor to replied poin play the tapes But after a bench at the short conference later in the day it a Im as much was decided that playing them setting the truth would be put off for some time if not indefinitely Frankfort woman folks to investigators out as you are CLOUD Muie1 is not dumb1 mother says By Jim Michels Of The Southern Ulinoisan Do not support the deaf beg car Confusing Not to Marilyn Ridings the 27 year old jnother of a deafmute Deaf people despise them the deaf Mrs Ri dings explains They give the deaf people who are trained to work a bad image Mrs Ridings son Michel was more than 1 year old before she and her husband suspected there was anything seriously wrong with his hear ing He is now 2 years old and is rapidly learning how to communicate through the use of a sign language called total communication Mrs Ridings of 625 N 15th St Murphysboro gets upset at some of the stereotypes and misconceptions that deaf mutes have to endure She started a sign language class to change some of the stereo types A deaf person if given the chance will be as good e worker as a hearing per son Mrs Ridings said To me the word dumb is the biggest prejudice deaf people have to overcome In ourso ciety dumb means mute Her class meets every Fri day night in her home for about one hour during which she instructs her students for per on the use and versatility of total com munication Total communica tion is the use of the hands the lips the voice and even the body to develop an ability to communicate with those who hear There are 15 persons in the class now Mrs Ridings said When I put the ad in the paper I had hoped I could get students especially those in special education Three of rny students are students at Southern Southern Illinois University at I wanted everyone to be come aware of the wrong con cepts For instance a hearing aid does not cure deafness To illustrate her point Mrs Ridings explained that when Michel was tested at the Cen tral Institute for the Deaf in St Louis the tests showed he responded to sounds as low as 75 decibels about the level of loud The problem is that Michel does not have several of the thou sands of nerves that are nec essary for a person who can hear to identify sounds Michel wears a hearing aid that helps him to hear sounds but nerve deafness is incur able Michel cant hear soft sound letters f p h s t ch th or I back total communica 100 per cent Mrs Rjfdings About 95 per cent of deaf said All the forms A Eng people can lip read she said lish left out in are about themost pat older and more abbreviated ient people I have seen included while deafness is a definite inconvenience for the afflicted child it also can be a definite economic handicap for the pa rents Books and instructional materials cost more than sim ilar products for the person who hears The costs of a book such as Little Red Riding Hood runs around where a similar book for a hearing child would be 39 cents Mrs Ridings and Michel learning total corn sign language are in total communication If he says I went to town he signs every word while be fore he signed went town Before because of this IQ tests showed deaf people as dumb Thests put them far below average because they sign in present tense only Total communication is not a difficult sign language to learn There are approximately 5000 signs altogether in our book there are 1188 signs Sign language is the third highest used language in this country About 500000 deaf people in this country use sign language You dont realize how many signs hearing people use Several signs used by deaf people are the signs used in everyday communication There are other means of communicating used by deaf people Fingerspelling is used when someone does not know sign language Each letter in the alphabet has jts own sign and communication is done by spelling out each word A West Frankfort woman says she talked with state police investigators for 1 hours Wednesday detailing what she knows about al leged improper activities by city county and state law en forcement officers in Franklin County Carol Evrard 26 said she told two men from the Dis trict 25 investigative unit at Du Quoin about incidents in which she has been involved over the past several years Mrs Evrard said she vol unteered her testimony after reading about the investiga tion in the newspaper The investigators asked her if she had knowledge of any copper thefts or if she knew where some guns were she said But she said she could only tell them she would try to find out where the guns are The investigation reportedly is centered around several thefts of copper wire and ot her illegal activities investi gators States Atty Loren P Lewis and Sheriff Barney Browning have refused to dis close details of the investiga tion Three deputies and the investigator for the states at torney were suspended and resigned as a result of the probe Investigators were unavail able for comment today Partly cloudy tonight chance of showers Low in the low 50s Friday cloudy continued mild chance of showers or thunderstorms high in the low 70s Cloudy Saturday through Monday chance of showers Minor day to day temperature changes lows mostly in 40s high in 60s INDEX Classified Comics TV Bridge Crossword Editorials Family Living Records Sports Weather details map 2124 27 4 67 1425 1012 25 Oil firmpleads guilty Jury complate Cleveland AP Vesco escapes deportation San Jose Costa Rica AP The Costa Rican government says it has found that financier Robert L Vesco did not smuggle guns into the country and therefore it will not deport him Delay asked for reforms on migrants Washington AP Labor Secretary Peter J Brennan has been asked by 40 groups to delay proposed new federal standards for migrant farm labor housing The groups including labor and farm worker organizations c Washington StarNews Washington A second oil company has pleaded JW0 federal ccXlSttorneys the oil 1970 Kent State shootings started c munication from Linda Nel son who is an instructor at Jackson DWash as Nixonand Jackson thenew Marion school for well as for former president made during a secret i the deaf RichardM Nixon in the 1972 ing Michael now knows and uses political donations for 96signs and ispnly boftJaetaon and Nixon made SflSh waTfinS and with cash brought in from a LpreSdent Raymond Aben subsidiary in the Bahamas OU old Thats why Mrs Ridings says Deaf and dumb donot go together Lottery numbers Lotto 39 3213 26 and 01 Bonanza 760 075 and 419 I fell in love with him Astonished couple buys baby for ford stumps for GOP hopefuls in Iowa Illinois C Washington StarNews favored to win a statewide race line in some strictty uphill con paigned for Republicans m Iowa gre bettcr ftan jjs for the onetaS pa fgned for say He did not h the Vancouver B C AP Police were looking for a woman whosold an 8month old baby boy she claimed was her son for The baby is presently in the care of the childrens aid society and the woman who bought him Tuesdaysays she would like to adopt him I fell in love with him said Katherine Pelletier 42 Hes adorable MrsPelletier and her hus band Charles 50 were going office suLVJUKs s i nuMnie a in wearying 15hour or 16hour clear Pelletier could sign up for a pay days like today The President plans to close job when they passed a ffivstfis a baby and jokingly asked the woman what she would take band pulled out his wallet still thinking she was said Mrs Pelletier He half pulled out a bill and the woman grabbed it and pushed the baby into my arms The woman handed them a paper bag with four disposal diapers and a halffilled bottle of milk and hurried away She stopped a few feet away and turned back and By the way his name is Samuel then she went on The couple took the child home and kept him overnight before calling police Wednes day morning Police said the child was healthy and happy when they arrived Medical authorities determined the childs age during an ex amination his name brtyt mothtr th coupl sold him   

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