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Winona Daily News (Newspaper) - February 28, 1969, Winona, Minnesota THE RIVER 1965 5.38 2075 1952 5.80 17.93 1951 5.61 17.35 TOMORROW SUN RISES 6 WINONA DAILY NEWS of Publication 39 SETS FULL MOON MARCH 4 MINNESOTA 55987 FRIDAY FEBRUARY Want Ad Number Is 3321! TL I CENTS PER COPY SECTIONS 8 PAGES The Last Time He Saw Paris Uh Whom Mend of Nixon senior The and Nixon M t to humor a drunk repeat his name several times for an un- impressed secretary and watch out for other mashed potato dancers on he floor of a theque It won't happen this time Nor will Nixon as he did when he was here June 19 1967 hold up a piece of lobster for a photographer at a restaurant on the Left Bank pass unnoticed at an in night club or grab a quick cocktail at the Bar It's all changed now but Mi- chael the American wh o helped serve as Nixon's guide the last time he came lo Paris recalls how quiet things were then The commercial director of Raymond industrial de- sign firm here is tha son of John an tional lawyer oil man and Wend of Nixon senior had the President as a guest once in St Tropez and Paris during Nixon's years out of public office said The last time he came secretary in my office couldn't get he name right She had to ask for it a couple of or Anyway she was terribly embarrassed when she found out The and Nixon after drinks at the Rilz Bar went to La Mediterranee a well-known fish restaurant An American guy a sort of drunk came ward the able and kept saying lo Mr Nixon I know you from somewhere We were in college together weren't No it was the Navy wasn't Then it apparently dawned on the man and he became ribly apologetic Mr Nixon took It as a joke and we even asked the fellow if he'd sit with us for a drink He didn't After dinner the group went on to New Jimmy's a club in run by a woman called Regine If you mean any thing to anyone in France gine comes in and says hello She said nothing to Nixon Dancing at New Jimmy's is Nixon Appeals For Just Peace strictly jerk and mashed Nixon took a turn on the floor wilh wife Marie-France During another trip Nixon went to a party where he was grilled about his own politics and American policy by a group of sharp French young ple said Nixon seemed to love it believes that from his trips here Nixon goi the tion that France was somewhat misunderstood by public opinion overseas and that France is a country of considerable industrial power with Iho aspect only about one per cent He said Nixon spoke of dent Charles de Gaulle with great respect and recognized France's strong ties in the Mid die East and in some areas ol Asia WELCOME Presidents Richard Nixon and Charles De Gaulle exchanged greetings at the Paris airport after Nixon arrived in the city from Rome AP Governors Not In Favor of School Probe WASHINGTON AP The nation's governors have con campus disorders bu rejected a call for a federa investigation out of fear It migh stir more unrest By overwhelming voice vote the governors approved a lution Thursday saying lawless acts by a small segment of the population must not b allowed to interfere with the vast numbers of students who are seeking to exercise their ed opportunities The action came Atty Gen John N Mitchell assured the National Governors ence on the second day of its two-day winter meeting that Justice Department Is keeping an eye on campus disorders The proposal by California GOT Ronald Reagan whose own has had some of the severest upheavals would have called on President Nixon to der a study determine il their is a nationwide plan or or behind the current outbreaks California has been by sporadic unrest at the Uni- versity of Berkeley campus and at San Francisco State College I see no need to foment rou ble in Florida by indicating it is a federal said that state's chief executive Claude Kirk In terms of the Michigan sit I'd not believe a federal investigation is necessary or ad- at this said new Gov William G Milliken The governors many of whom spent a good deal of the two days talking about the campus problem thus indicated ment with suggestions ed by the Rev Theodore burgh president of Noire Dame University Hesburgh who was praised hy President Nixon for his policy of dealing firmly with protesters at the South Bend Ind university sent his 9 Vice President Spiro T Agnew in a letter made public about the time Reagan made his proposal WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST WINONA AND VICINITY Fair to partly cloudy tonight and Saturday Low tonight high Saturday Out- look Sunday a little above normal with no im- portant precipitation likely LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m today Maximum 21 minimum 33 won 34 precipitation none FOR ITALY'S ANGRY YOUNG MEN PARIS AP President on came to Paris today to a cor- dial French welcome and soon was closeted with President Charles de Gaulle for the talks of his European tour Nixon said that he came to France seeking De Gaulle's help in efforts to build a new sense of Western aM to seek a just and lasting peace There was little sign of ty among the crowds who the U.S chief executive to this City of Light The out- pouring was not massive but it was markedly warm to the American The commu HI nist party had called for anti- port with the words Nixon demonstrations when he the United States arrived in the city Informants After a moving ceremony at said fear of violent Red which Nixon presided at the kept many Parisians away ta ffi Gaulle's France with which Elysees crowded with U.S policymaker have D Gaulle's U.S policymakers have long been at odds In return De Gaulle recalled traditional friendship and said he attached Nixon Only One Target ROME tf President Nixon is only one of several targets on which the angry young men ol Italy been venting their tions Two years ago Italy's students were considered among the most docile in Western Europe But since student last spring erupted into bloodshed they have become the most tant A week has not gone by without police putting down a riot or students ing a university For many the 1968 scholastic year was a loss The University of Rome with students closed Saturday because of student occupations This left most of the students free to riot Thursday in protest against Nixon's visit Not that President Nixon made any move to ize the students He is just one more pre- text to fight for reform of the social system the cation system which is full of explained An- tonio Taddei a mathematics student Other targets have ranged from the Venice Film val which students broke up last autumn to an expensive world championship boxing bout in San Remo The test is against bourgeois society display of riches the greatest importance to the exchanges he will have with his guest De Gaulle ended his brief western the U.S President said in an address prepared for his arrival from Rome We will respect your convictions We will strive to find areas of common under- standing We will talk but we will also listen For without France there is no Europe Both your continent and our and authority imposed by a wisdom bunch of as one dent leader put it Even Italy's traditional leftists the communists and in- dependent intellectuals are ridiculed by advocates of student power The leftists have made a strong attempt to infiltrate student ranks New printed portraits of 30 Towns Bases Shelled Lenin for example bered the tattered Guevara posters during the last two demonstrations SAIGON AP More than 30 towns and bases in South nam were shelled by the Viet Cong during the night and pound rockets ripped through a U.S Navy dock at Da Nang The rockets sank two big ing craft and heavily damaged a third The enemy rockets touched Understanding Not off a series of explosions aboard tons of ammunition were de- he boats At U.S spokesmen said least one American sailor was killed 51 sailors and eight AP correspondent Edwin Q rines were wounded and 300 White reported that the fronts PARIS AP at the Vietnam peace talks appear to have reached conclusion that the current Viet Cong offensive thus far has not violated the tacit under- standing under which the ed States halted the bombing of Vietnam last Nov 1 Chief U.S negotiator Henry Cabot Lodge is due to present a detailed report on the conference to President lixon during a scheduled hree hour meeting Sunday morning Conference said South Vietnamese Vice President Cao Ky win attend at east a part of Nixon's talk with Lodge They are expected to review the stalemate and discuss the possible sions of the Viet Cong attacks There was a noticeable ence in emphasis between American and South comments on the at- acks Following conference the sixth weekly session Thursday South Vietnamese spokesman Thieu Dan stressed the arge number of civilians killed and injured by what he called Viet Cong ng of population centers Lodge also deplored the an victims of the Viet Cong's wanton Bui U.S spokesman Harold Kaplan told newsmen the United States was the Viet Cong attacks were aimed mainly at ary targets said he American kept under very ive review the question of whether the attacks violated deal under which the bombing was halted been announced and Kaplan said it was best for the sake of the future of the negotiations to avoid spelling hem out Vietnam has frequently denied that it made any com- in return for the ing halt and Hanoi's spokesman in Paris Nguyen Thanh Lc on Thursday described American reports of such a commitment as a pure invention American officials said the Hanoi leaders nonetheless could have no possible doubt about the they reached with the United States last tober The understanding is be- lo have required North Vietnam and its Viet Cong allies to slop indiscriminate attacks on major cities and refrain from large-scale troop activity in the demilitarized zone Neither the United Stales nor South Vietnam has formally threatened lo retaliate for the Viet Cong Vice dent Ky twice said he would re- commend to President Nguyen Van Thieu that the bombing of North Vietnam resume if he at- tacks continued But no such threat has come from Ky's PICKET This picket didn't want o move when police ordered striking University of fornia students to clear Sather Gate one of the main gates to the school So policemen escorted the young woman from the ar- ea AP were blown off nine small houses loaded with everything from chocolate bars to bombs Part of one of the boats was hurled 150 yards across a road and pieces of metal up to a foot square were thrown farther Ammunition explosions armored personnel riers trucks bulldozers and other equipment in the area Officials fearing that some bombs stored nearby might explode evacuated civilians from a half square mile area surrounding the dock The civilians began moving back into the area this morning with dock still littered with debris and explosives At least 100 enemy troops were reported pushing toward Saigon today and military spokesmen reported several er indications that small units were attempting lo assemble for an assault on capital North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops were intercepted 10 miles east of Saigon Thursday They were reported still lighting today as U.S 1st Infantry sion soldiers followed up a night bomb and artillery attack with a sweep of the area's rice dies and marshes A U.S spokesman said at least five of the enemy were known killed and eight others were Uken prisoner Two were killed in the ing one helicopter was shot down and three others were hit by enemy ground fire but aged to get back to their bases welcome address at Orly Long live placing of a wreath on the lo France's unknown dier the American President was driven down the broad iu a Elysees Palace for the first of a series of meetings with the French leader We shall not repeat the gans of old in our forts to build a new sense of experience Nixon also sounded a call to something new and different Our Western he said different as they may be in culture history and tradition face in common the task oi creating new will inspire our goals which will lead them to con- rather than tive relations The President referred fo toric links between France and America and said the two must once again begin a ney together in search of something more exciting than any previous adventure they have shared We mnst discover the way to a just and lasting Nixon said The search will be cult but we must succeed for the price of failure cannot be MEETING Presidnt Nixon shakes hands with Premier Mariano Rumor to the tapestry room of Palazzo Chigi the place of their meeting In Rome AP Away Some people who are ried away by their own im- portance just aren't ried far enough There's a youngster in Texas whose is For Deposits from 9 Till 3 Joan Rivers ad- mits she doesn't know much about Until last week I thought the freezer in the kitchen was a closet for a fur coat A elor we know ate so many TV dinners that an X-ray of his stomach showed a test pattern Ike Develops For more laughs see Earl Wilson on Page PATHOLOGIST May Have to Take Organs CHICAGO Virginia pathologist said Thursday it may become necessary lo authorize organ transplants from dead persons over the objections of their survivors in order to save the lives of persons critically ill However others pating wilh him in siums at the American Academy of Forensic ences argued lhat consent of next of kin should be re- quired The Virginian Dr frey T Mann said We are going lo have to cate public to overcome the unrealistic veneration of the dead in this country chief medical ex- aminer for the wealth of Virginia and a professor at he University of Virginia medical school said consideration for the living rather than the dead should be paramount when medical authorities are de- ciding whether to make a transplant Mann acknowledged that it is rare for families of the dead lo refuse permission for transplants when the im- portance is explained to them Blair Sadler a Ion lawyer who has done re- search for the National In- of Health on heart transplant problems lhat consent is essary for organ trans- plants Sadler said that ideally the state perhaps should be empowered to use tissue and organs from the dead at will but that public ion at this time will not cept such a view Dr Donald Browning a University of Chicago logian took a similar stand He said lhat in the future it may be considered the religious thing to to transplant organs but lhat at this transitional ment in history the next of kin have rights over the bodies of their dead Said Weaker WASHINGTON W Gen Dwight D Eisenhower has developed pneumonia Army announced today A morning from Walter Reed Army Hospital said the former president who underwent abdominal surgery Sunday is generally weaker this morning but is cooperative determined o over- come this latest lion The relayed by the Pentagon reported that experienced some respiratory during he which due to pneumonia which has developed in the right base H is too early to mine how he Hill respond o the bulletin said He was described as ing spent a restless The issuance by agon of the hospital letin was a from he usual procedure ones were announced at hospital I I Vulnerability of Heart Concerns Cooley Team Enterprise Will Return to Fleet Early Next Week PEARL HARBOR AP The Navy says the ered aircraft carrier prise heavily damaged by fire last month will be returned lo the Pacific Fleet next Tuesday Rear Adm Edward J Fahy commander of Naval Ship tems Command said repair work to the carrier is all but completed A fire broke out on the flight deck Jan K The disaster claimed the lives of 23 men Fahy rapid completion of the repair job lo spirit of the Pearl Harbor shipyard workers and Enterprise crew members NEW YORK AP Dr Cooley's heart transplant team warned today lhat man heart appears to be far nore vulnerable to rejection by body than scientists thought a year ago Based on their 13 transplants n 17 patients the team said hat in the case of poor tissue matching between donor and re- was hailed rejecting seems 10 be Details of the deal have never I inexorably progressive For this reason Houston transplant team said new methods must be found to over- come poor tissue matches if heart transplantation is ever to become commonplace Another way to attack problem they said would be to set up regional and national pools of donors and recipients whose tissue is typed in ad- vance with emergency trans- of patients to selected centers The report was made by Dr James J Nora Dr Cooley and 10 others lo the annual meeting of the American College of Dr Nora and Dr Cooley said a careful study should be made of relationship between sue match and the eventual out- come of the case in all of the more than 100 human cardiac transplants already performed with any in badly matched patients It must be the report said that human diac transplantation at the present time is an investigative procedure which has minimal clinical application But Dr Cooley says all this is no reason to halt transplant effort We have made a now let's proceed Cooley criticized critics of transplantation among the lay public and the medical sion and said they share some of the blame for a recent age of donated hearts He said he hasn't done a transplant since November because of the lack of the stream has dried up Houston area waiting for trans- plants and there are sons waiting now Asked about the attitude of some other doctors he told newsmen I think they have become too soon in the face of a few initial defeats We're taking dying Meanwhile Dr 24 persons have Cooley said died in the and prolonging life and ing the quality of those lives You have to put this in tive
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