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   Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1969, Port Angeles, Washington                                May 1969 port AtigdeiJuetimg Nexus 43rd Issue of 54th Year 10 Pages 10 Cents President creates office to control environment KEY AP President Nixon created to day a Cabinetlevel mental Quality Council to coor dinate a federal attack on pollu Nixon signed an executive or der establishing the panel after conferring at his waterfront home off Miami with Lee Ms science adviser and the former head of the pres tigious California Institute of DuBridge later told newsmon Initial concerns of the council will be to deal with such mat ters as possible harmful effects from DDT The noted scientist said ty attention also must be given air pollution from auto exhaust fumes and raised the question of eventual replacement of the ternal combustion engine by some other type of auto power Can we still tolerate the in ternal combustion engine or can it be improved he asked rhe without attempting to give an DuBridge will serve as execu tive secretary of the new coun which the Florida White House said will parallel in some respects the structure of the Na tional Security Council and the Urban Affairs Nixon said in a statement that he wants the group to review existing policies and programs and to suggest ways of improv Mother leaves HONOLULU AP The scene at Hlckam Air Force Base was not unusual A plane bound for Vietnam and a sailor kissing his mother But in this case the mother was Joseph a 59 yearold widow from was leaving for Saigon and a civil service job with the Her stationed at Pearl was on hand to give her an aloha Shes got a lot of he Ing He said it must an ticipate new problems even as it focuses on present The chief saying deterioration of the environment largely results from inability to keep pace with de We have become vic tims of our own technological In a companion Nixon also set up a citizens advisory committee on It will be headed by Laurence who worked closely with Lyn don Johnson on her beatifi cation Saigon must have Lodge tells peace talks PARIS CAP The United States told North Vietnam and the Viet Cong today that a polit ical settlement of the Vietnam problem is Impossible without the full participation and agree ment of the duly elected Saigon Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge declared that efforts to exclude the South Vietnamese government from political nego tiations only delays peace and prolongs the Lodge spoke at the 19th full scale session of the Paris peace talks after North Vietnam and the Viet Congs NationalLibera tion Front had repeated their demands for a Saigon peace cabinet to be followed by a pro visional coalition Both assailed the government of President Nguyen Van There was no sign of progress in the as the negotiators stood firm on the main issues of troop withdrawals and terms of a Apolitical The North Vietnamese and Viet Cong also returned to their at tack on the Nixon administra accusing It of intensifying the war and of trying to perpe tuate the division of North Vietnams deputy nego Ha Van spoke in the absence of negotiator Xuan who has returned to Hanoi for He ac cused Lodge of having tried to deceive the public by saying there was common ground in the Nixon plan and the proposal of the In attacking the Nixon peace Lau gave no indication that his government would agree to take up parts of it as Lodge had The two formulas are funda mentally Lau He described as ridiculous and absurd the demand for a mutual withdrawal of outside military forces from South Viet Both Lau and NLF represent ative Tran Buu Kiem laid heavy stress on antiwar sentimont in the United a theme they had emphasized before the two sub revised peace plans were mltted earlier this Kiem said Nixons policy is being met with extreme indig nation from tha people of Viet the United States and the whole He cited New Yorks Mayor John Lindsay and Edward as being among the critics of the administration pol He also said there was growing opposition among American Negroes and universi ty Kiem also struck out at the South Vietnam government as a handful of traitors who invitf the elephants to trample under foot the tombs of their ancestors dictators whose interests are tightly bound to the aggressive who want to monopolize power and wish the United States to prolong the war so as to grow richer on the blood of the Lau and Kiem insisted that the United States must with draw its troops WELCOME HOMEApollo 10 space flight crew are wel Stafford holds 11 and John Young em corned home by members of their family at E Ilington braces Coming in to the right are John At Gene Cernan holds daugh 10 Sandy 12 Dionne Stafford and ter and kisses Tom Cleveland riot injuries i i blamed on black extremist group bill BATON AP A bill banning sex education be low the ninth grade in all public school classrooms won 944 ap proval In the Louisiana Housa Wednesday We keep alcoholics and nar cotics away from them until they are 17 and we ought to keep this mess sex education away from said the Fred DLa during a threehour de As amended in the the bill would permit sex education in higher grades if local school the state Education Board and parents Such classes would have to be held separately for each WASHINGTON AP A small and wellequipped army of black extremists was respon sible for the bloodshed during the Cleveland riots last the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Vio lence reported Entitled Shootout in Cleve the report was released without The commissions report said the violence in Cleveland may have marked the beginning of a new pattern in civil Though it soon fell into the established pattern of Negroes destroying property in the ghet It began as violence aimed at personal Blackdominat ed it ended in more white casualties than the report Though the white victims were attacked as symbols of the white society rather than as the mode of vengeance had taken a signifi cant step beyond damage to whiteowned A wellequipped army of black extremists was responsi ble for the bloodshed whether or not they fired the first Shots rang out on a narrow street in Clevelands racially troubled East Side the evening of July Within the report a fullscale gun battle was raging between Cleveland police and black sni An hour and a half later seven people lay dead and 15 others were Fifteen of the casualties Violence continued In Glen vllle and other East Side neigh borhoods for the next five Arsonists heaved fire bombs into teenagers smashed store windows and led mobs in the the po sometimos In New offers loosen woods union talks PORTLAND AP Two new contract offers appeared to loosen a labor management deadlock in lumber Industry ne gotiations The from offered a hourly package increase over three The described as somewhat was from which speaks for some 200 small independent lumber em ploying about half the Industrys Officials of the unions in Lumber and Saw mill Workers Union and Inter national Woodworkers of Ameri not comment on the The unions are scheduled for talks with major lumber com panles through Memorial Day The current contract expires Monday and a strike hal been feared until the two offers eased tensions Highway may be holiday drivers warned The natives will bo Others are Some may who survive drive On and the law of the jungle will be emotionally disturbed and try prevail on Washington roads and ing to end it Jungle cats no Bluntly highways this dont About half of all director of the Wash highway accidents are missions report lice lashed blind Army cracks down on reservists WASHINGTON AP The armed services are putting Into effect a Defense Department policy providing that reservists or National Guardsmen who goldbrick can be called to active duty for up to two Affected by the get tough poll cy are young mpsi who were de ferred from the draft by joining Morgan graduates from FBI Academy Hoy Morgan of the Port Angeles Police Department was graduated this week from the 83rd session of the FBI National He was among 100 graduating police officers honored by President Richard Nixon In ceremonies held at the White Morgan and the other representing 44 the District of the White House Army and Air as well as Puerto Canal Malaysia and were honored In the gast Room of the White Fpl director Edgar Hoover announced that the ceremonies had been moved from the tlonal location to the Executive Mansion at the specific request of President It marked the first graduation in the White House in the Academys The graduates es by the Attorney General Mitchell and Syperin tended Itaois State president of the ing President Nixon and Hoover presented As a the 100 officers totaled some years of law Having completed the demanding course of tion offered at the West Point of Law as the National Academy of ten has been they now join an elite alumni of more than prior more than27 per cent of still active in law presently head their In his Hoover said the decision of the President to honor these topffllght career police officers with ceremonies in the White House is With crime continuing to detailf ed and uptodate training is es sential to insure effective law Jv Special Agent in Charge of the Seattle Office of the said citizens of this area have reason to be proud of Morgan for his successful completion of the FBI Previous graduates from this area include Harry Port Angeles Police partnjent Wes as sistant Bremertoo Police Department and Arthur Kltsap County the National Guard or In the the penalty for failing to meet drill and training obligations was a Invol untary active duly This apparently wasnt stiff enough to wipe out so the Defense Departmont de creased a tougher policy earlier this Now any man found unsatis factory In carrying out his serve obligations be called to active duty for up to two Each of the services is putting the policy Into with the Air Force the latest to Under the young moa enlist in the guard or re receive from four to 10 months of and then re turn they are obligated to drill regularly with their The overall obligation lasts six counting the Ini tial training LONDON AP Britains plan to convert to the metric system moved into high gear Wednesday as the newly creat ed metrication board set a tar get date of 1975 for completion of the The a part of the Min istry of said the conversion will be particularly important to Britain if it sue ceeds in entering the Common where all the member countries use metric Bewildered sergeant finally finds wife AP Cleamon Faulkner came home from n years Air Force duty in Thailand today and ON THi R9y town Hw Pvt Pgliff is shpwn firing the revpiver gt Fil Firegrms Kgnge in Moiggo 100 grgiiygtes gf the FBI Acgderoy held White rushed right past that shapely little he was looking Faulkner and a compan ion had to run the sergeant and even after they tured he was a little His bewilderment wns under 32 years old now a svelte 160 weighed 340 thSlasl tima he saw Then her were and she wore a Today her figure was and her goal is to shed ther final 20 The geant never had seen her er than 240 her weight on their wedding He didnt get much help from his excited mate us he stepped from the She was weart ing sun glasses and standing with Miss Jacque a porter for the Wichita wearing a matching pair of sun The sergeant didnt give either a second and had to move pretty fast to nab him as he rushed into the He had been warne4 that she wasnt the big giri she ussd to but even so rrjeo pounds Unbalievable After the the dazed comment was simply cant believe it I cant b3t neve it ington Traffic Safety Com warned Campbell said 14 people died and 681 were injured in Wash ington during the Memorial weekend highway crush last He said the surest way to sur vive this modern traffic jungle is to stay holed up in your own Next he would be to take train or For those who cannot avoid driving this Campbell offered a threepart Jungle sur vival kit which he suggested taping to the trust the other ti You never know when one may lurch across your One out of 50 is probably Israelis claim air victory TEL AVIV AP Israeliand Syrian jets tangled over the Is rael Golan Heights of Syria today and one Syrian Jet was the Israeli army report It said the Syrian pilot was seen parachuting inside his own At the sama an Isreall Foreign Ministry spokesman said the situation along the ceasefire line with Jordan was deteriorating because of ings and other attacks by Jor dans Arab He called this An army spokesman said two Syrian planes built by the Soviet attempted to slip into Israeliheld territory and were intercepted by two Is raeli The battle occurred at feet above the army All the Israeli planes turned he Crescent school district OKs Allow an ample cushion of air between your car and the one This will give you plenty of escape time if danger develops Snap your security Crescent School District 313 passed Tuesday bond issue for expansion of existing Voters approved the proposal by a per cent Honor camp to be dedicated FORKS Dedication of the Clearwater Honor Camp Tues day will be a cooperative ef fort of their two state Bert commissioner of public lands and William director of the Department of an nounced Daniel Evans willpre sent the dedicatory address at the ceremony to be held at Master of Ceremonies will be state Gordon with State Paul Conner and Charles Savage of the24th Legis lative District participating in the Remarks will be given by both Cole and Conte with words of welcome from the superin tendents of the Clearwater Hon or James Helmickfor the Department of Institutions and Charles Dederick of the ment of Natural The Robert Port who acts as chap lain for the Clearwater Honor will give the invocation and Open house will follow the pro gram with refreshments at 3 at the mess Exhibits by both departments will be the highlight of the afternoon pro The public is invited to attend the dedication ceremony and open I You have a seat About half of all persons killed in auto crashes die after being thrown out of the protective cocoon of their Strap yourself and youre less likely to become a memory on Memorial Drivers jailed on drunk counts Ronald Route 3 Box was sentenced in Clallam County District Court for driving while third He was fined given a 90day jail sentence and his license revocation was recommended for one Other drivers sentenced this week In District Court and Port Angeles Municipal Court for driving while intoxicated were Kay Gustin 326 10 fined given a suspended jail sentence and her license suspension was recom mended for 30 Fred Sequim fined given a suspended jail sentence and his license suspension was recom mended for 30 He also was found guilty of driving with no drivers license on person and required to serve his fine in jail at per day until the fine is John Route Box 502 fined given a day suspended jail sentence and his license suspension was recommended for 30 He also was found guilty of ing arrest and was sentenced to 20 days in 12 days of which were Memorial Day plans Most downtown stores in Port Angeles will be closed Friday in observance of Memorial Food plan to remain open dur ing the Most stores said they planned to remain open until 9 The Navy Mothers Club today announced plans for services at Friday at the Angeles Gravel Offices of the Port Angeles Evening News will be closed but the newspaper will be published as i H indu f am ily in native dress strolling up First Street and Lincoln Alice Olsen vacuuming roof of her house Greg Kushraan makinghonji orary fraternity of U of W Lots but not enough battling of caterpillar invasion Gowler seeing big black bear at 6th and Lewis streets In Gales Addition Wednesday   

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