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News Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Fort Pierce, Florida
Today s quote before everything else getting ready is the secret of Henry Ford Rainy Holiday Indian River forecast mostly Cloudy with showers and thundershowers Likely labor Day weekend. Highs mostly mid 80s to so. Lows around mid 70s. Vol. 75, no. 133 fort Pierce Florida sunday september 2, 1973 64 pages Price Twenty five cents Nixon and Agnew Confer no talk of veep resigning Washington up president Nixon and vice president Spiro t. Agnew reviewed Agnew s Legal and political troubles for two hours saturday and reportedly there was no talk of the vice president resigning. They re really pulling an Agnew aide said. At the vice president s request he and Nixon met alone at the White House for the first time since Agnew personally informed Nixon nearly a month ago he was under Federal investigation in connection with an alleged Kickback scheme involving Maryland contractors. Afterwards the White House described it As a thorough discussion and a Good an Agnew spokesman said it was a very very satisfactory meeting in which they reviewed the Way the vice president and his lawyers were handling the affair. The vice president brought the president up to Date on current matters involving him White House Deputy press Secretary Gerald. L. Said. It was a Good Nixon and the vice president met Agnew s request in the president s Oval office starting at ., about nine hours after Nixon returned from a 12-Day working i vacation at san Clemente Calif. Warren refused to give any details of their discus Sion saying it was a private there was no discussion of Agnew Warren said nor was there any review of constitutional questions about Agnew s Legal status As vice president while under criminal investigation. Agnew s press spokesman Marsh Thomson confirmed Warren s remarks and said they had a very very satisfactory meeting Thomson said there was nothing of a major special nature to the other sources said Agnew who has seen his lawyers for each of the past two or three Days strategy with Nixon although Thomson denied it. Thomson did say the two Dis cussed the Way it is being handled by him Agnew and his it was the first face to face meeting Between Nixon and Agnew since aug. 7, the Day before Agnew went on nation wide television Toden Vallega tons he had received kickbacks from government contractors in Maryland. Agnew disclosed then that he was under Federal investigation for possible violation of tax extortion bribery and conspiracy Laws and declared he would remain in office and fight to prove his innocence. There have been published reports recently notably a time Magazine article that . Attorney George Beall might be ready to present evidence involving Agnew to a Federal grand jury in Baltimore. Attorney general Elliot l. Richardson who was spending the labor Day weekend at Cape cod. Mass., has said he will make the ultimate decision whether the government seeks an indictment against Agnew. Asked whether Nixon was supporting Agnew Thomson said they re pulling Toge after his two hour conference with Agnew Nixon met alone with his senior Domestic advisers Counselor Melvin r. Laird and Bryce n. Harlow and White House chief of staff turn to Agnew pm. 3 hotel in Copenhagen gutted 35 Are dead William Haas owner of the Miami Serpent rim barely manages to elude a deadly egyptian cobra while Force feeding and removing venom from the Snake. Haas has been bitten Over 100 times by various snakes during his career As a herpetologists. Up telephoto submariners great Cork Ireland up two British submariners landed in Cork saturday in route Home from their harrowing 75-hours trapped in a min submarine. They said they Felt great after what officials described is the deepest underwater Rescue in history. The two men Roger Mallin son 35, and Roger Chapman 28, were brought to the surface with the Aid of an american robot submarine which finally succeeded in attaching a Stout rope to their trapped submarine after several fruitless tries by other min subs. Drinking Champagne the two sailors played Down their ordeal. I feel Chapman said As he and Mallinson clambered unaided from their disabled Craft 75 hours and 50 minutes after it Sank wednesday while laying a transatlantic Telephone Cable. During a Brief Stopover in Cork where they were taken by helicopter Enro Ute to a reunion with their families in England the two men said their Only anxious moments came while they were being winched up from the sea bed. It was Mallinson said. We were swinging Back and Mallinson denied earlier re ports that they had Little More than an hour s Supply of oxygen left when they reached the surface. He said there was about a Day s Supply of air remaining. A Rescue spokesman on hand when the pair emerged from their crippled Craft said they looked fit enough to play but the men escaped by a whisker. Their Midgel sub disabled while burying a new Iran Atlantic Telephone Cable wednesday carried what was expected to be air enough for Only 72 hours plus a 45-minute emergency Supply of oxygen. But they managed to stretch out the oxygen just Long enough. The men s air dwindled closer and closer to what an official called the drop dead time while two sister submarines and a . Navy undersea drone made dive after fruitless dive. The sister subs Pisces ii and Pisces v were Able to attach Only two Light Marker lines to the disabled sub. Then Early saturday the . Navy drone curve Iii the kind of device which found a Hydrogen bomb dropped into the sea off Palomares Spain reached the sea bed and in seven minutes attached an eight Inch thick rope. The Craft her aft Compart men flooded was Sluck front end upward in the mud in the inky blackness and intense pressures of the deep sea bed. The Canadian ship John Cabot hauling slowly and steadily on the three lines lifted the Pisces free of the. Bottom at Less than 3vz hours later the Craft was on the surface and a Royal air Force helicopter Copenhagen up Denmark s worst hotel Blaze in a generation gutted the 19th Century As a fire Dawn Satur Day killing at least 35 persons including 19 americans. Another 20 guests were still missing police said. Police refused to identify the victims until their relatives were notified. Many of the victims were burned so badly it was difficult to identify them. Police said 17 persons were hospitalized for Burns smoke poisoning or injuries received when they leaped from windows in. Panic. Only 13 of the hotel s 85 registered guests escaped unscathed. Officials said it was the worst hotel fire in Denmark since the world War ii. An unidentified family of four americans perished despite the father s efforts to save his wife and two children by putting them in a Bathtub filled with cold water. The father was found lying across the tub Over the bodies of his family police said. The danish fire brigade said officials had been warned repeatedly that the 75-year-old hotel was a Hazard because it lacked elementary fire Preven Tion equipment. The hotel was a fire trap and we have several times warned danish authorities about this As Well As other hotels in the old fashioned style Here in Jan an Izobel chief of the Copen Hagen fire brigade told up. Police managed to identify 15 victims by late saturday and set about the task of discover ing their relatives. One of the survivors Jules Fine of Honolulu said he was glad he spent the extra Money for a room with a Bath. All rooms with Baths were in the front of the building. Fine an assistant inspector with the . Department of agriculture said i think the reason we were so Lucky was that we had a room with a Bath which is in the front of the hotel. The people in the Back weren t so Lucky. He and his wife fled the thick smoke to a Balcony closing the French doors behind them. All above us on the fourth and fifth floors it was absolute he said. We could hear people screaming for help shouting help us save i think most of them at that Point were suffocating rather than he said. The fines were lowered to Tum to fire pm. 3 a Man crawls along a ledge right As other guests wait to be rescued during fire at the Haynia hotel in Copenhagen saturday. Police said at least 35 persons were killed. Up telephoto Martin commissioner riled with Pioneer Center s Fox do die me jubilant message the Rescue is a four doctors aboard . Thompson Stuart Bureau prove he was not hostile to my opposition to payment of Mother ship county appears that you think Public s funds to the Center at on flowering or fizzling examined Chapman and Mallinson. A helicopter flew them to Cork where de 0 luckier and James Fox vice president and comptroller of die Pioneer the Short Story of july 1u, 1973. In lie a Luck Lei said in his letter. Fact is 1 Lime As you Well know having discussed the subject Wilh you several times is that you Are immediately to accordance with enter have a know it appeared in now receiving any state or Miami up Yucatan Peninsula said. Christine will for a flight to tradition at one time i did support although i know storm Christine top a reconnaissance plane was Cather quickly into a England where Tribune will ire obviously work Lor arc trying to reinstate such holding at 60 , locked in dispatched sunday to Hurricane. If they Don t on monday by a letter that Fox hut 1 have not struggled Christine probably won t so that employees Thomas a. Kelly with any you gel it i certainly with a Low pressure system Robert Simpson chief of anywhere or amount to Leonard Redshaw the Holiday if the Palm Beach Post my election to the have no objection to Likely will determine National Hurricane Center Simpson noted however of Vickers heir to an article in mime support of the the storm fizzles or the Low pressure trough Christine was a Cape of the Pisces said departments commissioner said from the lax funds of the into a by clip rising could one that formed were brought up in our business and a letter to dated of stories and of Martin another tropical merge with the storm or the coast of he described the will be closed Luck i a denied any of the Center for about Wiki in. Meanwhile turned up to fight it. Don t give up easy even As the deepest Lor the article and said should convince Fox Pioneer of weather satellite photographs they Simpson in s a weak sister Ever of Nihil cite Lor he has no ill feelings toward Long. 3 Tuc inc inc Shack in Keau Kakulia Hawaii or perhaps a still in the Tennessee Hills anywhere in s the epitome of Liue Olic isolation. To learn All about its locale turn to Pic lure Page and Story Page 14, to read about and visit its Home through the Eves of local Young people. Amusements.16 editorial.4 asirology.32 obituaries .3 b ridge.37 see by a per.32 business.29 sports .22-28 classified.36-39 to listings.16 crossword.37 weather .2 dear Abby .13 women.10-15 a Happy Trio of youngsters on ii or Way to p i a a three p o t o n 11 a i runaways or a group actually leaving Home w i i h o u i anything on their minds hut Freedom you can t Tell just by looking. To find out what lawmen Anil juvenile officials do when ii runaway is reported turn to Page 21
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