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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 19, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle The average household consists of a husband who makes the money, and a wife and cMdren who make it necessary. Nashua New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper raph Weather Showers Tonight Cooler Wednesday Full Report on Page Two i VOL 101 NO. 145 Continuing the New Himpshire Telegraph EstibHshed October M, 18K NASHUA. NEW HAMPSHIRE. TUESDAY. AUGUST 19, Snood Clm Pwtaje Put At Kuhui, N. B. 30 PAGES Price TEN CENTS Finance Body Backs School-Busing Plan By CLAl'DCTre DUROCHER I school budget IHj year by Sulli- The finance committee For ill transportation needs in I uvu has authorized continuance] 1559, Sullivan franted ttK.KI. of bus transportation for high schoo! students but how- cosl ry estimated million in damages to coastal military in- stallations alone. Civil Defense and other offi- cials set what they termed a 'war council" for later in the morning to lighten up opera- tions in the hard-hit area. Wade Guice, a Civil Defense spokesman, said Vice President Spiro" T. Agniw was expected to survey the situation person- ally in Gulfport. and some sourc a siid Agnew already was in :he area. Agnew's office in iVishington txwever. was noocommitUI, Meanwhile, the Weather Bu- reau in New Orleans said hard- hitting Camille has been rele- gated to the status of a rain storm and was centered over southwestern Kentucky Tennessee this morning. Rescue workers uncovered bodies In the modern 3-ilory Ri chelieu apartment complex in Pass Christian. The police chie there said a large group was holding a hurricane party in the brick complex while waiting ou Camille. of the wreckage left by Camille was hampering work by National 'Guards men, 500 Civil Defense workers and many volunteers this morn ing.. "We have enough people to do the said Cassibry "What we need Is supplies." Supplies were coming. At Atlanta, a. dozen C124 Globemasters at Dobbins Ai Force Base were assigned curfew also was [n force at airlift pounds ol food a city of some Ceeder Air Force Base in Louisiana. Mayor Curt Siege- oxi. New Orleans shipped said power lines were do in. 000 gallons of water in water was scarce and cars to ravaged Bay St. city in "critical condition." ust across the state taw was imposed In President Nixon declared Plaquemines Parish slale'i coastal strip a at sundown Jlorxlay. area, making it eligible for with cocked shotguns initial (1 million in federal back asgiy residents lo check on their homes. Camille, lashing first at parish Is a low delta land, southeastern edge of down over the centuries by shrieked onto the Mississippi River's silt. Offi- coast Sunday said the communities of The area of maximum Bocthville and Triumph the included wiped out. port ciy of Gulfporl, with are no homes residents, and nearby Parish Commissioner How- with Thousands of Wilcox. "There are no gro- lents o! the coastal stores. Nothing, period. A warned of coming tides of up telephone poles, tugs in 0 feet above normal, fled houses in the marsh- land before Camille ol them." Bilori and Gullport were residents lived in der 6 p.m. to G a.m. curfew. area, but nearly all were tional Guardsmen, armed before the storm. rifles, patrolled to prevent area was devastated by Betsy in 1965. Attempt to Hurricane ROOSEVELT ROADS, storm, dropping He crystal! Rico (AP) Airborne for 10 hours Mon- are studying the effects of from feet over eigil day's seeding of Hurricane ol the storm center. >ie, hoping that the silver theorized water :rystal bombardment form around the crystals freeze the into the clouds surround- storm to Debbie's eye. be converted Observation planes falling ice and rob the storm crossed the storm 'center its heat and energy. midday Monday to about 6 was the first major attempt today in the South Atlantic. robbing a hurricane of itt next observation flights although scientists have scheduled for Wednesday. If the Projec proves successful, i should provide a weapon against the destructive with crystals on hurricanes before. In 1961 Hurricane Esther's eye wall broke down at one point after seeding, but regained intensify hourt later that are bom in the warm wa ters of the South Atlantic delayed this project the five years until they could Weal a hur- Debbie was reported in a remote area where on a northwest course at was little or no chance of 19 miles an hoar but at C EOT was about 630 miles storm moving over a populated area within 24 hours after northeast of San Juan and miles eajt-southeast of spokesman said the project A fleet of Air Force and Navy planes look 200 scientists be called off if the storm reared a land area. After Dr. Blaiberg's Death Caution Urged In Transplants By SANDRA BLAKESLEE Him limn NKW YORK Total heart of heavy air and artillery ransplant opera ions are here strikes which spoilers were atK stay but '69 Daily Rentals as low as r day Call Teri 888-1121 .MacMulkin Chevrolet DON'T GO TO SCHOOL ur.HI you've our colwful. javingt-full, big uls cireularl 11'i Jr. yojr mail now If you miif it have another free copy right here at f'na waiting juil for you! Bargains galort through-our }ha iJore and afl wonty-back dsubls-guaranleid firit quality faihront and goods for back-to- ichool-W-fallf "SCHOOL SALE" STARTS 10 A.M. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 20 s.i., Aug. 211 RICH'S SELF-SERVICE DEFT. STORE Rt. 101-A West in Nashua (Junction of irtt EreraH Turr.piU and Nashua By-Put in Nathual PARK FREE! SAVE MON.-SAT, 10 TO 10 IOUR PRINTER IS HUMAN and maku human mistakes for ext.flp'a th.l Mitt Panfy Hon on pagt 12 ran at 8e correct is 88c j _________________ .till lowlll V times calling in dangerously close to the American troops. But the ccmpasf was ambushed twica as it tried to link up with a third company and suffered additional casualties. Whittecar's company fought a ground attack from three sidoi and possibly was saved trorn being overrun by an Air Force CHS whose on a controlled experimental basis, several leading icart experts said last night. The surgeons and interviewed expressed Iheir opinions in light ol the drath Sunday of Dr. Philip Blaibcrg, who, was Ihe world's iiirviving heart transplant recipient. Ebiberg, 60, a South Atrican dentist, lived for 563 days with TONIGHT transplanted heart, until chronic rejection of his second THE killed him. Several of the doctors ex- Abby 12 Lawrence 4 Baker 16 Obituaries 2 Biossat 4 Pearson the hope that what they riewcd as an era of "mc-too- Classifieds Sports K haj now come to an end. 2S, 29 Suburban the dxtors said Comics with Bhiberg's death, the Cromley HjTcleviston of (ransplant operations had Crossword 23 Theaters 24 Editorial 4 Dr. Thosteson 21 Financial 6 Weather 2 Horoscope 25 a second stage. They said the first stage had been marred by some surgeons who, .hey asserted, performed total transplants so that they NASHUA share In the news coverage that followed the earlier SITTING Jj 1 1 OLIi I IvL by Charles Famous thruout New England 24 W. PEARL Sri FAMOUS in Pizzas.- Crindefs Honey, you know I varieties) you out fonigdf. have na baby litfer. 90c ba rigM back. I'm go'inq io ihe Club, P.S. lei's see him get of ihil Reliable sillers 7CC able. Arrangement ONLY' be in 8SV-4542 CHECK YOUR YELLOW PASES FOR 11 A.M. TO 2 A.M. Man. thru Sunday! 3 P.M. fo first big surge of at transplant procedures. iri lo be over, and not less operations and, glancing at the high rate o! failure, the more responsible hospitals and s u take place in the future as Echniqucs and understanding ol he rejection phenomenon con- are regrouping, talcing to Improve. hard look at the Friti Bach, a leading im- and are moving ahead with supreme at the University of Wisconsin, expressed optimism tallies often vary a central registry for transplant operations in Chicago says that 142 heart transplant operations have taken place in HO recipients. There are 31 the rejection process is conquerable. But, he warned, only those hospitals that are set up lo carry out complex tissue-matching procedures and that are intimately acquainted with he new immuno suppressirft who said he should continue the oper- t f that heart L. u. Li i should Irvine Page, o( the Cleve- DR. PHILIP BLAIBERG noted that the Clinic, who has bwn an Unfortunately, these bright for transplant operations now that new drugs critic o( overly-eager surgeons performing heart greed, many Institutions to help check the operations, neverthe- lot and are not prepared process. These drugs, feels that Ihe procedure as [Ualified to engage in the high-y complex experimental fiad been clinically in use only for the past six lo nine experiment is justified. "A ireat deal has been ie said, "but there 1s no use in ure. Only half a dozen or rejection process, that the same procedure over bze'n such institutions exist ultimate cause of death over again" when the he United States, they said, organ transplant cannot guarantee a ave the experience with li a process wherebv "complete health and nal studies, kidney known natural right away." ind the latest drugs to unfailingly lo kill off Denlon Cooley, on ably perform the or transplanted, cell? hand, the Texas surgeon "It's time lo late a re-look new organ. The legal has dose numerous heart he said Dr. problems of operations and i s tojariin, chief of surgery many doctors as a leading craftsman he University of are Insignificant his field, has consistently ex- Kedical School, where many with the medical the opinion that heart he; world's most famous how to combat such are justifiable to urgeons trained, lengthen the We of an Slaiberg's physician, Dr. said that doomed heart disease tiian all taking a very Coming soon to Nashua MARINE MASTER at The Interbank Wallpaper Co. Member F. D. 1. PtarlSt. S82-MU; Thuri. 'til I   

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