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Columbia Missourian Newspaper (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Columbia, Missouri Fiatt Nofe mis Somun 6ist year no. 52 Columbia Missouri saturday morning november 16,196s 2 sections�?16 pages�?10e details on Page 21u.s. Expects South Viet i amp to enter peace talks Tomeu meets with Bunker in Saigon rehearsal in Community service members of the Columbia Jaycees ran through their lines earlier Friday night at Komu to before the live telecast of the annual auction. Missouri photo Jaycee Benefit saturday of mornings Eye opener auction bidders vie for prizes Mizzau Ictor today Mav be Sturar Sweet a on Page 9 Missouri rep. Parker loses vote a rep. George Parker. R-i20th District nominated As minority floor Leader for the legislative session beginning Jan. 8. Lost Friday in a final vote to rep. . Bus King. A Clayton. Rep. King was reelected. . Cap Bassman. A Hermann was named assistant floor Leader to rep. King. Bidders were vying for a new automobile and a two year old Shetland Pony late Friday night As the second annual Jaycees auction took to the airwaves at Komu to. Other items including a color television set. Composed the 52 items donated by Columbia merchants for the auction. Jaycee wives manned 16 phones at the Mia insurance co. Offices 1800 West Broadway and accepted bidders Calls. At the television station. Jaycees wearing headsets with a direct Hook up to the Mia building relayed the bidding to the auctioneers. Tremain route 5. A wide area Telephone system was ready for use for checking out of town Calls. Ray Jones was co chairman of the receiving station and Ytell was responsible for assembling All the merchandise at the television station. Curtis available for Post a rep. Tom Curtis. A to. Said Friday that he had been approached by several people concerning possible posts in the administration of president elect Richard Nixon including a Cabinet position. He said he had been contacted by a members of the Nixon forces a asked if he would be willing to take a Washington Post including the Chance of the Cabinet position. Curtis said he would be a willing to do so a if he a Felt he could National during the three to five seconds it took each Call to go through the transmitting process. The auctioneers Francis Toalson and Pete Mcbaine kept up a running Call of Quot Chatta a give me. Quot proceeds from the auction Are slated to go for various Jaycee projects including their annual operation Sleigh ride. More than $7,500 in merchandise was acquired by private donation Richard y t e i auction chairman said. Announcers who described the items to the television bidders were Norm Benedict Mike Graeber and mrs. Elizabeth Franklin. The Jaycees planned t o deliver All the sold articles today. However. Ytell said the Only problem might be getting the Shetland Pony to its new owner. A it took a 16-year-old Mare named Suzy to get it in the horse trailer the first time. I just Hope it does t take a Jaycee named Ytell to ride with her to her next barn. She s still a Little trailer Paris api a there was a general air of expectancy among american officials Here Friday that a South vietnamese decision to join the Paris peace talks May be imminent. But they avoided making any prediction on when president Nguyen Van Thieu might drop his Boycott and end a two week deadlock on what role should be played in the talks by the Viet Cong s National liberation front. Thieu saw . Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker in Saigon Friday morning for the first time in nearly a week and a full report on their talk was sent to ambassador w. Averell Harri Man. Chief . Negotiator at the Paris talks. In Brussels. Secretary of state Dean Rusk told foreign ministers of the North Atlantic treaty organization that die talks once they begin could go on for a Long time and May be accompanied by More hard fighting. Rusk told his nato colleagues that the formula under which the United states and North Vietnam agreed to enlarge the peace talks was kept deliberately vague. The formula in principle allowed each to organize its Side of the table As it wished without obliging the other to approve or recognize the participants. Thus the United states informed North Vietnam it would invite the Saigon government to the conference table. North Vietnam informed the United states it would invite the front. The United states insisted that the talks thus would proceed on a two sided basis while Hanoi insisted the talks have be continued on Page 21 attorney defends Case in Nixon plot Barbara Eisenhower to wed a today will be a marriage Warmup for Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower As the two March Down the aisle for the wedding of David a sister Anne in a private Chapel ceremony at Valley forge a. David will be an usher and Julie will be a bridesmaid. Barbara the 19-year-old granddaughter of former president Dwight d. Eisenhower will marry Fernando Echavarria Uribe. 25. An insurance executive from Bogota. Colombia. Rumours Are that David and Julie will marry sometime before Christmas. Credit references were checked through the credit Bureau during the bidding and the added precaution of four verifying Telephone lines were kept open to inform bidders. Some of the articles sold Early in the auction were a vacuum cleaner sold to Pete Kemper. Route 7. And a bicycle to David International Jackie and Aristotle in London a Aristotle Onassis went to London s financial District a on business Friday and his Bride Jacqueline apparently spent the Day at her Sisters Home. Henley on thames. 30 Miles from town. The couple arrived there thursday in a private Jet. They hold reservations on trans world air Cert of 7h1 Rlynn of thu Vert c a Mcnair Vatican to test if Ivory chips genuine relies lines flight 701 due at new York s Kennedy Airport from London at 5 40 . Monday. Happy birthday today Sharon Bezier mrs. Mildred Bradsher Roger Camden Patty Cherches mrs. Warren l. Conner Jack Creasy ii. Mrs. Samuel s. Dale. Mrs. Donald Derrick. Cindy Fuchs. Mrs. Hudson Kibler. Mrs. W. E. Mcclain sr., mrs. Glenn Pratt Cathe Price mrs. Fay p. Pulis inside today daily record editorials. Television. Women s news . Stocks. 2 414. 6 12, 13 sports news. 9-11 comics. 7 classified. 14, 15 Church Page. 16 Vatican City up Pope Paul i Friday ordered an elaborate scientific inquiry to determine if fragments of Ivory encrusted Wood at the Vatican Are from the chair of st. Peter. The pontiff commissioned the study after a group of Church scholars had concluded that the fragments were part of the first papal throne but wanted More proof. The fragments were encased in a Bronze ornament created three centuries ago for the apse of st. Peter s Basilica. The pieces of Wood were removed from the casing about 100 years ago and subjected then to a Long examination that failed to determine their origin. Friday s announcement appeared to be part of an attempt by Pope Paul to discover More about Peter. New York it updo acting District attorney Elliott Golden of Brooklyn defended his Case Friday against three yemeni arabs charged with conspiring to assassinate president elect Richard m. Nixon and said he had no reason to doubt their accuser. Golden angrily contradicted a report in the new York times quoting him As saying a there is already some reasonable doubt about the informant developing and other Law enforcement officials As saying a a reevaluation of the ase was taking a i have made no such Golden said adding that a times reporter had taken his comments out of context after asking him hypothetically about what he would do if such doubt existed. The witness identified As Mohammed Elgamal a native of Yemen has been under protective police custody since he tipped police nov. 7 that his one time Friend Ahmed Namer and Namer s sons Hussein 20, and Abdo. 19. Had approached him about shooting Nixon for a certain sum of Money. The names were arrested last saturday in a police raid on their shabby Brooklyn apartment that netted two rifles and a Quantity of ammunition. The times said Elgamal had lived with the names since his arrival Here four months ago but that he had been thrown out by them because he refused to do his share in keeping the apartment tidy. The paper said Elgamal had previously lived in san Francisco but left there after accruing a police record including assault with a deadly Weadon. In the meantime. Golden s office investigated the sources of $7.500 in Money raised for the posting of $25.000 Bond for the elder Namer. Namer s attorney. Joseph Iovine. Said the Money was coming from an insurance company and friends of the names. The Law gives Golden 48 hours to approve or disapprove. Iovine said that once Namer is released he will attempt to raise bail Money for the sons. Doctors link girl and Chimp to fight virus lbs to make decisions Washington to Ltd a president Johnson emphatically declared Friday that he would make the nation s foreign policy decisions until he relinquishes Power to Richard m. Nixon on Jan. 20. Apparently irritated by Nixon s announcement of Quot prior consultation Quot Between Nixon and Johnson on the administration s foreign policy decisions the president said a of course the decisions that will be made Between now and Jan. 20 will be made by this president and by this Secretary of state and by this Secretary of each time stressing the word a this a in new York aides to Nixon said the president elect s legislative assistant. Bryce n. Harlow telephoned Johnson thursday night and again Friday to clarify Nixon s a prior consultation announcement. They said Johnson was concerned that the Nixon announcement May have left the impression a that or. Nixon was trying to be a they said Nixon would be consulted and allowed to express approval or disapproval Only on decisions which would commit the United states to some course of action during Nixon s administration. At his Impromptu news conference the president was asked about Nixon a announcement. A that Means that or Nixon and i agreed that it will be desirable for him to have an observer and he will have an Johnson said a but i will make whatever decisions the president of the United states is called upon to make Between now and Jan. 20th.�?� Johnson appeared to be irritated by the emphasis that news accounts had put on Nixon s statement that Johnson had agreed to consult him first before making any Row moves in the Paris peace talks and other sensitive areas. Johnson had a transcript of Nixon s remarks at his Side when he spoke to newsmen. Also at his Side was Robert d. Murphy the Veteran Diplomat designed by Nixon thursday As his foreign policy Liaison representative with the Johnson administration. Johnson said Murphy would consult with him and Secretary of state Dean Rusk about three Days each week but he stressed that Murphy held no official Post and had not been confirmed in any office. He called Murphy an unitarians set details for Church capital prepares for inauguration details of a proposed unitarian universalist Church building were discussed Friday night at a meeting of the Fellowship. About 30 members met at the state farm insurance building. Business Loop 70 at Conley Lane to hear results of talks Between architect Theodore Christner. St. Louis and the building committee headed by Adrian Pauw. The building to be located on a three acre site opposite Shepard blvd. School will include a a main room on the ground floor with a 150-person capacity that later can be expanded. A sunday school rooms in the basement divided by movable and permanent partitions. A separate school building is planned for the future. A acoustical tiling in the basement florescent lights throughout the buildings staircase heating and air conditioning. Basic Cost of the building will be $89.000 and extras about $11.00. The Fellowship plans to finance the Cost Over an 11-year period. Washington api a the stands Are rising at the Capitol the Parade route is being Bird proofed. And planning is escalating for the $2-million-plus inauguration of Richard m. Nixon Jan. 20. President elect Nixon has chosen the historic traditional inauguration of american presidents. With inaugural balls and a Parade from the Capitol to the White House. It is planned however to keep the Parade Shorter than usual ending it in two or two and one half hours. Each state will be allowed one marching band and one float. J. Williard Marriott chairman of the 1969 inaugural committee. Told a news conference Friday that Nixon believes an inauguration is a National occasion and he desires to stay with the tradition. The inaugural theme will be a bring us the phrase Nixon saw on a Campaign placard held up by a Young girl in Deshler. Ohio. Asked if he is concerned about interruptions or disorders during the events. Marriott said the secret service which protects the president and president elect. Is in charge of Security. The inauguration events in elude a governors reception a distinguished ladies reception and a concert with the mormon Tabernacle choir and the National symphony orchestra. The choir song at president Johnson a 1965 inauguration. Various individuals and businesses will be asked to underwrite the s2-miilion estimated Cost of the festivities with the Money expected to be repaid through sales of and advertising the official program plus receipts from grandstand tickets and the balls. Congress has appropriated $400.000 for the stands on the East front of the Capitol for the presidential oath taking at is Quot noon on Jan. 20, and is in charge there. Along the historic Pennsylvania Avenue Parade route the starlings Are being Given their quadrennial hot foot to keep a them away from the 100 Treeson the Avenue and protect the spectators below. A the gooey compound which is. Guaranteed to keep the Birds away for at least a year has been sprayed on the Trees fori the last three inaugural pay rades. This year the Cost is $10.000. _ Atlanta up1 doctors linked the veins of a 3-year-old child with those of a Chimpanzee for nearly six hours Friday in a last ditch Effort to save her life and said cautiously that the operation May have helped. Or. Joseph Patterson organizer of the team which performed the operation said the unidentified child was still comatose after spending six hours linked to the Chimp but was a perhaps slightly the girl was fighting a losing Battle against hepatitis a virus infection that attacks the liver. The object of the operation. Patterson said was to allow the Chimp s liver to work for the girl giving her own liver time to recover and fight against the infection. After the link was severed and the girl s system restored to function on its own Patterson said the bilirubin level in her blood fell almost to Normal which he said indicated a properly functioning liver. New Church visualized from left Morton Kenner vice chairman of the unitarian universalist Church Fellowship Here Don Creighton chairman of Fellowship Adrian Pauw. Chairman of the building committee. Missourian photo a

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