Independent from Long Beach, California on February 25, 1969 · Page 8
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WITH STRAIGHT FACE -May Support Nixon in '72, Says Meany MIAMI BEACH. Fla. (/Pi -- AFL-C10 President .-George Meany, who led labor's all-out political fight . against the election of President Nixon, said Monday, "I "may evert support Nixon in 1971." ·'. "It all depends on what happens," said Meany. His 13.6 million-member labor federation spent millions of ."dollars supporting Democrat Hubert H. Humphrey's ' losing presidential campaign against Nixon. Meany's comment at a news conference followed a - scries of cautiously-friendly messages Nixon has sent to · -labor leaders during their meetings here the last two weeks. '"' _.'. Ihe .(|ue;-lion of I!I72 presidential candidates came up a f t e r Sen. I'dimmd Muskie, D-Maine, who was Humphrey's vice presidential running made, talked m i he AFL-ClO's executive council in closed session. "He discussed some problems his party faces which were, quite interesting, but hardly our business, and expressed thanks for our support during the campaign," Meany said. + + 4 * WOULD Muskie make a good presidential candidate in 1972? Meany was asked. "I'm sure he would, along with others," said the 7'!-year-old "Mr. Labor." But he wouldn't be drawn into supporting Muskie nearly four years in advance of Ihe next presidential election. "1 may even support Nixon in 1971," Meany said, "li all depends on what happens." While sonic observers viewed Meany's comment as tonpie-in-cher-k. he did not crack a smile. Olhcr labor sources called HIE remark "politically s i g n i f i c a n t . " A number of labor leaders have long erilirij'.cd the AKL-ClO's almost automatic support of Meinocrais at t h e n a t i o n a l level, and Meany could .-.imply have, been keeping the politically-powerful lcderalion\ opiums open. JFK Shot Twice From Behind, Autopsy Team Member Testifies at Shaw Trial INDEPENDENT (AM) surgical indsicn made in the attempt to save Kcn- !H'ti\ ' i f ? 111 IX'.IlaS Hr ·.viiri'd l i i c e x i t wniiiu! .)!' the itec: i t i i i i r v . But i'c PKtSS.tfcLERAM (PMU-A-? 19119 9«4Ch, C4M*. TUCk. F«ft. 25, HT said X-rays of the entire body showed no whole hullo; .n:cl hi- concluded 'he ::KM';II ivas the spul ·f -.!«· ex;:. NEW ORLEANS W) -- Mediean evidence established positively that President John F. Kennedy was shot twice from behind, a member of the autopsy team testified Monday at Clay Shaw's trial on a charge of conspiring to assassinate Kennedy. "There is no doubt in my mind," said Col. Pierre A. Finck, an Army pathologist called by the defense in its attempt 10 rebut Disi. Any. Jim Garrison's claim t h a t Kcnnodv was killed in a crixsliro and the f a t a l bullet struck from the fronl. l ; incU was one of three physicians who performed the autopsy Nov. 22, l!)(i;!, (lie day the President was shot to deatli in Dallas. "At the time I signed the autopsy report, 1 had a firm opinion thai both bullets struck in the back 1 -- one in the back of the neck and the other in the back of the head," Finck said in response to a quest ion from chief defense counsel !·". Irvin Dy- nioiid. The proscenium accepted l-'inck. horn in Switzerland and educated at Ihr University of ficneva, as n qualified p.'ithnlogisl. I' 1 "' I--- on cross-examination. Asst. Dist. Ally. Alvin Oser questioned the doctor about tome discrepancy in rough autopsy drawings and his testimony about the location of the neck wound. Oser exhibited a huge copy of the autopsy description sheet, which Finck said was made out by the other two doctors. "1 would say the wound 1 saw on the hoiiy was higher t h a n the one I see in the drawing." 1-inck testified. lie also said t h a t X-rays and photographs of the body were not made available to the autopsy team when they appeared before the Warren Commission which concluded there was no credible evidence of conspiracy and that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin. "! was told it was the wish of the attorney general, then Robert Kennedy," Finck said. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, the President's brother, was assassinated last year. Finck. i l l u s t r a t i n g v\hen- Kennedy was hit hv i l i e first shot. m e t i n i l i ' U s l v measured on the back nf defense a t t o r n e y W i l l i a m \Vegniann. He placeu a do; with a pen a! tcif approximate spi,'t mi Vi'egmann's w h i t e .shirt. l-'ir.ck ;e.-.;;fied ti:.i: the characteristics ol bullet wounds in the hack of the neck and head were definitely those of entry wounds. "1 have a firm opinion that the bullet entered in the back of the head and exited on the top of the right side of the head, producing a very lar;e wound." he told the jury Finck was questioned by Dymond. "Q. Did you find any evidence to indicate t.hai the President was hit hy more than one shot in the head? A. No. Q. What is your opinion as to which direction the bullet came from? A. The bullet definitely struck in the hack of the head. Finck said he found only two bullet wounds. A bullet e n t r y wound, be t e s t i f i e d , is smaller t l v n i t h e r.sil wound a n d I b i s f c a t u i e w.is clear in b i i l h "i Iv-nn.-ily'-. h,;i k uvuniK l|e add''d t h a i e x a m i n a t i o n nf I h " head wound showed no beveling or cra'.ering ellect outside the skull. Dm on the inside, the crater effect was present, he said. "Ami this !·= .'. cvi.nn factor to identify a projectile going through a flat bone, such as skull." l-'inck testified. The same effect is created, he said. \\hen a bullet passes ;!uoui:ii ux.'uu : ul.is panes, and p'licemcn ivn- ; inely use thi*- ulenlityip.L: (actor "It is an ac- epted l.u t . " he s . i u l . l - ' i n c k t c - . t i t t i ' i l t ' a a t i "I'm not dying for a cigarette any more . . . Learn to quit smoking in 7 doys as 1 did -- without pills, hypnosis, or will-power and without overeating or walking the walls backwards." AMERICAN COUNCIL ON SMOKING HEALTH IN LONG BEACH A t 4 2 2 0 LON BEACH 61VO PHONE: 1??.1?17 AKo in Torrancc, Oranqu Coumy and lo*. HM MAS'MI Every time you come in! At over 3000 Standard Stations Participating Chevron Dealers NO ruRcmst. KLT.C5SARV · Ltc£.N. : rn r»:\:"!^ P'.'i.v V. ·.:.['·-· · V O I D V.!'- PUBLIC NOTICE! IF YOU NEED A STEREO CONSOLE, COLOR TV, OR A BLACK WHITE TV NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! DOOLEY IS DUMPING OVER 2000 SETS AT RIDICULOUS LOW PRICES! 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Reservations, required, of course. Call Delta at 639-4000 or see your Travel Agent. an SECTION HE 2-5959 Delta is ready when you are! Dallas 8 non-stop Je'5. Royal Service at 11:40a, 1 :-5p, 3:05p, 5:35p. 1 Op Night Coach. S55; 1 :-K)a. 556. Day Jetcur^t. 573. New Orleans Non-stop Royal Service 12:-5p. Also Roycl Service 1 :-i5p, 3:05p, 5:35r. Night Coach 577. Day Jetoun-,1. S102. Jacksonville 5 jet set vices. Royal Service at 12:45p and 4:20p. Thru-jet at 8:/!Oa. Jetoonst: Day, 51 29; Nigiit Coach, 5105. Orlando/Cape Kennedy 5 jet services. Royal Service at 12:45pand 4:20p. Jetourist: Day, SI29; Night. SI 10. Birmingham 8 jet services. Royal Service at 12:45p, 1:45p, 4:20p and 5:35p. Jetourist: Day, 5110; Night, 589. Atlanta 4 non-slop jets. Royal Service at 11:40a 12:45p, 1:45p, 3:05p, 4:20p, 5:35p. 10:45p Night Coach, S89. Day Jetouris* $117. 8000-Mile Jet Circle Trip See the Caribbean on way to New York. 30-Day Circle Trip Tourist Excursion, $325. Add tax to fares. Luncheon gnd dinner Royal Service flights to Delias and across the South

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