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Franklin News Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Franklin, Pennsylvania
County seat newspaper news Herald Franklin and Oil City Pennsylvania 103rd year no. 31,211wednesday, August 13,1980 25c newsstand Carter awaits nomination will meet with Kennedy new York apr president Carter about to claim renomination was working today to woo the Kennedy Wing of the democratic party whose reticence about his candidacy Clouds his efforts to win re election. To cheers of a four More years and strains of a Happy Days Are Here again a Carter told supporters in new York that sen. Edward m. Kennedy s tuesday night convention speech was a one of the greatest i Ever heard a and expressed Confidence that the party would emerge victorious in november. Carter came from Washington on the Day after the convention adopted a platform bearing Kennedy a stamp. His principle political Mission was to coax a Strong endorsement from Kennedy in an attempt to convert the senator s supporters Many of whom were threatening to sit out the Campaign or even Bolt to the Independent candidacy of John Anderson. Carter aides hoped to arrange a meeting Between the president and Kennedy and Carter said he would definitely meet with the Massachusetts senator although he did not know exactly when. A i spoke to him last night and congratulated Hun on a wonderful speech a the president said of Kennedy who dropped out of the race monday night after losing the crucial rules vote on an a open Kennedy has caused the Carter forces a Little trouble Here following the a open convention fight. The senator s speech on the platform prompted the convention to adopt his positions and repudiate Carters on the Economy the equal rights amendment and abortion. Asked about Kennedy a support tuesday night As he returned to the White House from five Days at the presidential Retreat at Camp David md., Carter replied a a that a a decision for him to and does he need that support he was asked. A i can win much better with him a Carter replied. A it would certainly be beneficial for me to have his full support during the there were some signs however that not All Kennedy a supporters would go along with a Kennedy endorsement. Kennedy a Deputy Campaign director former Wisconsin gov. Pat Lucey resigned As a Delegate and said he would consider supporting Independent candidate John Anderson. A machinists Union president predicts United dem Effort new York apr president Carter arrived in new York today to claim the democratic presidential nomination predicting he would Lead a unified party to a whip the republicans in the november elections. Arriving at the Sheraton Centre his Headquarters hotel Carter told a cheering band of some 200 supporters a throughout this year and throughout the last four years you have shown your Confidence in me. We have faced formidable Odds in the past and we have never been Defeated on major issues. I have no doubt we will be victorious in Romania launches Mideast peace bid Bucharest Romania apr romanians foreign minister met behind closed doors in a Bucharest hotel today with a personal envoy of egyptian president Anwar Sadat As this communist nation apparently sought to open a new Mideast peace initiative. Romanian president Nicolae Ceausescu has acted As an intermediary before in the Long Arab israeli conflict Sadat and israeli prime minister Menachem begin credit the romanian with helping to set up the egyptians historic 1977 trip to Jerusalem. Butros Ghali egyptian minister of state for foreign affairs flew in from gunman disrupts dinner party Beverly Hills Calif. A a former israeli Diplomat and 14 others attending a Beverly Hills dinner party were held hostage by an armed robber who later was killed by police officers said. Beverly Hills police it. David Griffey said officers surrounded the Home of or. Benjamin i. Schneiderman late tuesday and killed the Man after an Anonymous Telephone caller alerted them to the robbery. Guests at the party included Veteran israeli Diplomat Yehuda Gaul an who once served As ambassador to Finland and foreign ministry chief of protocol 12 other adults and one infant. They were held hostage along with Schneiderman. None of them was injured. The identity of the Man was not determined immediately. Officers who surrounded the residence saw the gunman pointing a .38-caliber revolver at the hostages Griffey said. A officers called the residence by phone and actually talked to the suspect a Griffey added. A the obviously wanted the police to leave and wanted to make his Griffey said the Man put Down the phone to look around spotted a policeman at the window then crouched and pointed his gun at the officer who fired two rounds from a Shotgun. The Man reeled Back into the hallway. A second officer outside the residence saw him crouched there and fired one round from his service revolver Griffey said. Two people apprehended outside the House were released Griffey said. A it appears to be one Lone suspect who was in the House robbing the dinner party when officers arrived and he took the people hostage a he said. Dow Jones up 1.88 Early afternoon quotations from Laid Law Adams amp Peck inc . 24 Continental group 33 Gen. Pub. Utilities 57/k Johns Manville 25 Joy 477s Koppers 27m� Nat. Fuel 29vi Penn traffic 15 Pennzoil 42v� Quaker state 146 Witco 284. Volume 23,560,000. Cairo tuesday night carrying a verbal message to Ceausescu from Sadat. Before leaving Cairo Ghali told reporters that on his five Day official visit be would Brief Ceausescu on the palestinian autonomy talks suspended by Sadat following the israeli Knesset s approval of a Law making Jerusalem the eternal capital of the jewish state. The egyptian envoy first met today with romanian foreign minister Stefan Andrei and was expected to talk later today or thursday with Ceausescu at the presidents Lakeside retreated at Sagov 25 Miles North of Bucharest. Neither romanian officials nor egyptian diplomats had any immediate Public comment on the Ghali Andrei meeting. In Washington on tuesday the state department urged Egypt and Israel to resume the autonomy talks despite the Jerusalem impasse calling it a an obstacle but not one that is Sadat and begin have had an Exchange of letters on the Jerusalem Issue and Cairo reports today said the egyptian Leader was preparing to Send another message to begin reaffirming his position. Sadat first wrote begin complaining that the Jerusalem Law made it a virtually impossible to continue the negotiations. Begin s response according to egyptian officials contained a no positive Sadat a response to that will be sent As Early As thursday egyptian newspapers said. Western diplomats Here say Ceausescu often provides a valuable Channel for a discreet Exchange of sensitive messages Between Mideast leaders. Ghali said he was invited to Bucharest by Andrei lending support to reports that Ceausescu was pushing a a new initiative for Mideast peace. An israeli newspaper reported that the 62-year-old romanian Leader who has withdrawn support for the Camp David accords might be seeking to arrange a Summit meeting in Bucharest Between Sadat and begin As a Means of overcoming difficulties in ongoing negotiations. Carter his party a overwhelming Choice for president at its convention in this City four years ago returned As an incumbent burdened by questions within democratic ranks about his chances for a second term. But he said a i am. Grateful for a party which at the end of this convention will be United. And vice president Walter a Fritz Mondale and i will be willing to serve four More years beginning in the president noted his Success monday night in the fight to preserve a party Rule requiring delegates to vote for the candidate they were elected to represent. Quot my heart goes out in thanksgiving to the delegates who did such a wonderful Job protecting the integrity of the primary system and honouring the votes of 19 million democrats who expressed their will this year a he said. Presidential appointments Secretary Phil Wise asked How Carter would spend today in new York As the convention prepares to nominate him tonight said he will concentrate on polishing his acceptance speech he will deliver thursday night. The president was accompanied on the 45-minute flight from Washington by his wife Rosalynn daughter Amy Mother in Law Albe Smith and two of his grandchildren Jason 5, and Sarah 1v4. They Are the children of Jack Carter and his wife Judy. In Newark the president Shook hands with approximately too members of the new Jersey convention delegation. On his arrival in new York Carter was greeted by gov. Hugh Carey mayor Edward Koch and sen. Daniel Moynihan. Official said some members who Are delegates would walk out during Carters acceptance speech to protest the presidents economic policies. As for Kennedy in an impassioned speech that electrified the conventions tuesday session he called for a party Victory in the fall but offered no direct endorsement of Carter. After that speech the convention was momentarily his. But it was a shallow Victory for the Massachusetts senator his presidential bid rejected and his major platform Plank spurned by Carter. Labor Secretary Ray Marshall said Carter would formally notify the convention today that he cannot accept a Plank calling for a $12 billion Federal program to create 800,000 jobs. That Plank was the one on which Kennedy chose to focus his fight a to renew the commitment of the democratic party to economic asked Why Carter was unwilling to accept the Plank White House press Secretary Jody Powell said a i can to imagine senator Kennedy would expect the president overnight to change the position which he has held throughout this Long Campaign. I would think the senator and the american people would think less of the president if he changes his policy. Just to obtain some political under party rules Carter must notify the convention of his disagreement with any platform Plank within one hour of final approval of the document. A obviously we have Felt since the very beginning that a program such As the $12 billion Federal jobs program is not the Best Way to go about aiding the recovery of the Economy a Powell said. A we share the goals but we disagree with the Means and Well make that 7 m we j pet show entry a a he a a great pet but sometimes he kicks a states Candy Singleton of Annaville about her pet Rabbit which was one of dozens of entries in the fairs pet show Competition. Snuggling on her shoulder amidst All the confusion created by dogs cats rabbits and a variety of other pets the Rabbit appeared Calm and shy at the Venango county fair tuesday. For More on the activities please turn to pcs. 2, 9 and 18. Arrest nurses in mercy killing new Bedford mass. A three nurses were arraigned today on charges of murder in the alleged mercy killing of a 51-year-old female cancer patient at a Hospital three months ago. Ann l. Capute a licensed practical nurse from Plympton and registered nurses Nancy Robbins of Taunton and Judith Foley of Foxboro pleaded innocent in a court appearance. They also denied charges of illegally dispensing a controlled substance a a drug. The nurses were released on $5,000 Hurricane fails to end heat wave across Texas Dallas apr Allen killer storm and the second most powerful Atlantic Hurricane on record brought rain and lower temperatures to steamy Texas. But Only in some places and just for now. It was not forecasters say the end of the heat wave of 1980. A what can i say its still summertime a Bill Cook forecaster in charge at the National weather service in fort Worth said tuesday. It seems that Allen despite a charge at South Texas last week stumbled on the approach and Only temporarily broke up the stubborn High pressure air dome and High temperatures that have claimed More than 1,200 lives around the nation since june. Soon Allen was slinking into Mexico dumping As much As 20 inches of rain on South and West Texas but doing Little to relieve the parched northeastern quadrant of the state. Dallas fort Worth reached a steamy 113 and Wichita Falls a blistering 117 in the heat wave that began in mid june claimed More than too lives in Texas alone and broke nearly every High temperature record in the state. On aug. 4, the Day Allen became a Hurricane in the Caribbean a 42-Day Streak of 100-degree temperatures ended in Wichita Falls where the High was 98, and in Dallas fort Worth where it was 95. But those temperatures were unrelated to Allen. The next Day temperatures in the two cities were Back above the 100-degree Mark and stayed there until tuesday when the highs were 98. A it Breaks the temperatures for a while. Of course the floods and rain in the South have helped a bit. But we re going Back to a hot summer Quot said Bill Reed news forecaster in san Antonio. A the Rains widespread South of Here will give some Short term benefits and help with the forage growth for grazing but unless we get More rain before fall a a normally dry time of year for us a All the benefits will be gone a he said. Personal recognizance Bonds and Superior court judge Francis Keating set a pretrial hearing for sept. 5. In sealed indictments returned tuesday a 16-member Bristol county grand jury accused the Trio in the May 18 death of Norma c. Leanues 51, at Morton Hospital in Taunton. Mrs. Leanues death was first attributed to a stubborn cancer in her lungs and Bones. But eight Days after she died All three nurses were suspended without pay. Hospital administrator Lawrence e. Ross said mrs. Leanues May have received Quot a possibly intentional the three nurses were subpoenaed by the grand jury but refused to testify citing possible self incrimination. Bristol county District attorney Ronald Pina ordered the body exhumed for an autopsy terming the Case a a potential homicide with indications of a mercy a state pathologist said he found no evidence of cancer in the woman a lungs or other vital organs. Thomas Porter an associate administrator at the 200-bed private Hospital declined to comment on the Case. However parts of the Story came out in an interview with a grand jury witness and a newspaper Story. Or. Robert j. Green of the new England deaconess Hospital in Boston a cancer specialist who examined the autopsy report told reporters outside the grand jury room last month that he believed mrs. Leanues might have lived for several years if Given proper treatment. In a copyright Story last week the Brockton Enterprise quoted transcripts of interviews conducted by Hospital investigators one nurse was quoted As acknowledging she gave mrs. Leanues a massive overdose of morphine sulphate also known As is. Quot i just wanted to Stop her suffering Quot the unidentified nurse told her interviewer. A she had enough is to kill an elephant. I knew i killed her the next the nurse also told Hospital interviewers she thought she was Only trying to help the patient a not kill her. Jet hijacked Miami a an air Florida Jet carrying 74 people was hijacked to Cuba today the second air Florida plane in four Days hijacked while on the Short hop Between key West and Miami. Federal aviation administration spokesman Jack Barker in Atlanta said flight 707, diverted to minutes after its 10 30 . Takeoff from key West landed safely in Havana at 11 15 . All 68 passengers and six Crew members were reported to be Safe. Barker said the Hijacker or hijackers apparently treated to blow up the Boeing 737 Jet with a can or bottle of gasoline. On sunday a Spanish speaking Man hijacked a Miami key West flight to Havana after threatening to detonate what turned out to be a Box containing a bar of soap. You la find comics. Editorial. Financial. Grove qty. Hospital. Of qty. Sports. Television. Women a news.8 Iran reports new . Plot deaths by the associated press an iranian religious Leader claims the United states has massed 30,000 Quot guerrillas in Egypt for a planned new attack on Iran that would Lance through the restive persian Gulf province of Khuze Stan in an apparent bid to free the american hostages. Iran s revolutionaries meanwhile stepped up their Campaign against Britain reportedly seizing a British doctor and his wife As alleged spies and expelling three British women teachers of the Blind. The anti British actions apparently Stem from the detention of iranian demonstrators in Britain. The new claims about a . Conspiracy against Iran were made by an unnamed local moslem preacher in Ahwaz Khuze Stan province and were reported by the local radio. He was quoted As telling worshippers that a America has attempted a fresh plot following april a failed hostage Rescue by . Commandos and last months abortive military coup against Iran a revolutionary regime a plot Iran claims was engineered by the United states. Quoting a a revolutionary organs in Tehran a the preacher said 30,000 guerrillas trained in Egypt were awaiting Quot justification to attack through Khuze Stan and could achieve this by a sowing and benefiting from internal discord.�?T,�?T the persian Gulf province has been plagued by a rebellion by autonomy seeking ethnic arabs and by Border fighting with neigh Boring Iraq. Quot the superpowers plan to occupy even one Inch of moslem land will be taken with them to their grave a the religious Leader was quoted As saying. A imperialism a America a is distributing Money to spread discord and thus carry out a Surprise attack Quot he added. Egyptian officials have denied previous such claims that .-trained a commandos Quot were in Egypt preparing for a strike against Iran. Iranian president Abolhassan Bani Sadr voiced a similar warning but did not name an alleged plotter. A today we have ample information regarding the plot being planned by the enemy a he was quoted by Tehran radio As saying in a speech in the City of Kashan South of the capital. As Long As the iranian nation is of one heart with its government a no danger or harm could destabilize or dishearten he said. A the foreign regimes surrounding Iran which Are hatching plots on our soil ought to know that their plots will get them in London the British foreign office said Early today it was a urgently Quot investigating reports that a British doctor and his wife were arrested sunday at a clinic the doctor ran about 400 Miles South of Tehran. Press reports said or. John Coleman and his wife Audrey have been charged with spying. Newspapers said the arrests appeared to be in retaliation for the arrest of 68 iranian demonstrators in London last week. Mrs. Dora a. Banister 90 second ave. Mrs. Lois m. Ballett Knox native of Nickle tue Harold Robert Myers sr., Utica notices on pm. 24 possible showers increasing cloudiness tonight with Chance of a Shower toward Dawn. Low in the Low to mid 60s. Variable cloudiness with thundershowers Likely thursday High around 80. Chance of rain so percent tonight and 60 percent thursday. Extended partly Cloudy and Cool Friday. High 68 to 78, Low 53 to 63. Sunny and pleasant saturday Chance of showers sunday. High both Days 75 to 85, Low both nights 55 to 65. Dial a prayer-432-5615
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