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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 05, 1972, Port Angeles, WashingtonApparent heart attack longtime county m t Tair manager dead january 1972 223rd Issue of 56th year 22 pages 10 cents w w eight primaries ahead Edward de longtime manager of the Callam county was dead on arrival at olympic memorial Hospital tuesday following a minor car Accident on Lincoln port Angeles police re an apparent heart attack caused the according to a police he explained Hagerty was travelling South on Lincoln when he was stricken and his car then crashed into a parked car near third an autopsy will be performed today to determine the exact cause of said a spokesman for the Ridgeview Chapel which is handling funeral police officers at the scene attempted to revive Hagerty to no no one else was injured and damage to both vehicles was the police Best known As the Man behind the annual Callam county Hagerty directed the show every summer since last year he retired after 24 fairs and the fair Board honoured him by proclaiming the last Day of the fair ased Hagerty the Veteran manager had intended to step Down last year but remained to direct it one More his doctor had advised against him continuing As head of the but then de was known for his frequent pronouncements to quit As fair and always returned and gave the residents a top he often remarked that a successful county fair needed youth and agriculture and he always supplied much of born in 1904 in he grew up on a farm in the Sequim the experience he called the reason for his interest in the county besides the fair Hagerty was also manager of the eagles club for 20 years until he retired two years he was the current eagles Lodge in his colourful de spent a few years in Law first As Sequim town then a clerk with the Washington state patrol and finally a stint As Deputy county game de Hagerty a widower since he is survived by a a daughter and three an obituary will appear blast victim Dies hotel explosion toll is now one by Mike Archbold the Olympus hotel Gas explosion claimed its first fatality tuesday when Gene died in Puyallup Good Samaritan Hospital of injuries received in the 30 As was his custom on Martin had stopped by the elks club after work at the Crown Zellerbach As he went to Hague Woods restaurant for a bite to at on 30 an explosion ripped through the restaurant and hotel building injuring another 37 three Days later Martin was he was too big England a Steve Smith made his first and last flight As a human Cannonball he was too big for the showman Joe Weston had hired the 22yearold stunt Man to be shot from his new 16foot wearing goggles and Smith climbed into the gun for a tryout in a gravel a on Pound charge of gel ignite was set Smith took off and so did half the Cannon both landed 10 feet away in a Pool of the other half of the gun Back wrecking the truck that was its launching never said wading its the last time i travel that Hes too said he should have flown 60 its going to Cost Webb to repair the transferred from olympic memorial Hospital Here to an intensive care unit at Virginia Mason Hospital in suffering from multiple fractures including a spinal injury and a collapsed he remained in critical condition the entire time in the friends and relatives who visited him there said Martin never really knew what had happened to him nor did he always recognize his Martin was unaware of the events that followed the tragic blast As the continued safety of the Gas system was questioned by both City and the Day before the 23 hearing Here on the Martin was transferred to a rehabilitation Center at the Puyallup a Hospital spokesman explained that Martin was made a paraplegic by his injuries and didst really improve enough to be treated at the on 7 Martin celebrated his birthday in his Hospital throughout his 94day friends came to visit his Donald was a frequent visitor As were his Lawrence and another Fred Sands from port Martin was a quiet Man who had lived most of his life in this he had Many though born in a he grew up in the twin Rivers area West of port except for Wii spent in the Martin worked since 1929 for fibreboard Mill until it he then moved Down the Road to Crown z where he worked As an by Christmas Donald Sands remembered Martin seemed a Tittle better but then he collapsed the Olympus hotel building stood As a grim reminder of the City officials became More vocal and threatened court action if the Gas system Here be made three months to the Day after the the Gas company announced it would close the system Down explaining it could not economically meet the states safety on 4 at Martin his name now linked forever with the Olympus hotel narcotics kits Indianapolis a in Diana state police Are Purchas ing about 800 Field narcotics detection kits which allow police men to test suspected narcotics at the without having to take the substance to a police a state police spokesman said the kits Are being Pur chased from a Junior achieve ment for a savings of about if Pur chased from other Neoh boy woman found in ditch Man on Laurel feeding Pigeon perched on his Arm Auto Tab lines at courthouse expanding and contracting with customers new dieters feeling the Pinch kids getting accustomed to the routine of the muddied body of 45year old Neah Bay Betty was found in a ditch near Neah Bay Community Hall cause of her death is Callam county Deputy prosecutor theadore Ripley ordered an autopsy performed on whose husband was killed recently in a logging Kallappa body was found at approximately tuesday by Bender the Callam county sheriff department was requested to investigate the death by Bureau of Indian affairs police Captain Gene sheriff Harley Bishop declined to speculate on the circumstances surrounding Kallappa death until completion of the he did say there was no outward evidence indicating she had been stabbed or shot jurisdiction in the Case remains a matter to be Ripley said there was no question county officials were empowered to order an autopsy to determine the cause of Ripley explained that if a non Indian was involved in the death of county officials would have jurisdiction to prosecute the if an Indian was the county have he in that prosecution would be conducted by Federal port Angeles in 1971 port Angeles sparred with Many state agencies during the past year Over a number of local evening news writer Mike Archbold reviews City activity on Page pay Board veto Washington a the pay Board was reported today to have vetoed its first labor contract by rejecting by a 95 vote a 12 per cent raise for aerospace five dead in hotel Blaze a at least five persons Are dead and one injured after an Early morning fire raced through the Washington hotel Toppenish fire chief Rusty Cramer Ralston to Denver broncs Denver a John who led Stanford to an upset Rose bowl Victory Over Michigan new years was named head coach today of the Denver Broncos of the National football Fri probes leaks Washington a the Fri investigation into the latest leaks of highly classified information to newsmen is entered on the National Security Council headed by presidential adviser Henry administration sources space program future san a with the end of Apollo Moon missions almost in president Nixon called space Agency officials to the Western White House today to discuss future bomber attacks Saigon a fighter bomber today made the first american air attack in North Vietnam since five Days of heavy raids there ended last the command material witness in Buck murder Case in jail Muskie makes it official today Washington a Edmund Muskie of a formal candidate for the demo cratic presidential said today he will enter the first eight presidential Pri Maries and As Many of the others As my time and re sources i will seek this nomination in presidential primaries and the convention Muskie said in a statement released at a news conference in washing the first eight presidential primaries Are in new Hamp wisc on Rhode Massachi Pennsylvania and Muskie went on nationwide television tuesday night to announce a candidacy which came As no asked at today news Confer ence How the financing of his Campaign is Muskie said the Campaign to Date has Cost somewhere Between million and but he said much More will have to be collected to Complete campaigns in the primary in formally announcing his Campaign for the Muskie summoned americans to a new a top accused Muskie of badmouthing the United the Maine Democrat formally announced his candidacy obvious for a Worth of nationwide television time tuesday i am seeking the presidency not merely to change presi but to change the coun Muskie said in his 10min Ute i intend to ask you to make America what it was to Abra Ham last Best Hope of of what is at stake is your he i am not telling you that i can guarantee the Best of All possible All i am ask ing is that we pledge a new be Republican National chair Man Robert Dole said mus Kie seeks to win in 1972 by stirring exploiting divisiveness and condemning the All the while pretending that americas weaknesses and problems Are president Nixon and not his Muskie recorded his announcement monday at his Chilly summer Home in Kennebunk it was followed by a televised Appeal for Campaign to help pay for a race that already has Cost Well Over group set up to Back school Levy the first substantial crack appeared today in the unsolved murders of Ronald and Wanda Buck at their Sequim Home 4 with the issuance of a subpoena for a material witness in the the Joseph John la was subpoenaed to appear before a special inquiry judge 19 at in Callam county Superior Lalak will be interrogated about matters related to the unexplained murders in a closed judicial proceeding closely resembling a grand jury authorized by the last session of the state legis Deputy prosecutor theadore who requested the special emphasized that Lalak was brought to Callam county As a material witness and want charged with a we believe he has information that would be helpful in solving the Buck Ripley through this Type of proceeding we Hope to compel him to give us that inform Ripley declined to comment on what information he believed Lalak Lalak was delivered to port Angeles City where he is being held in lieu of by two sheriffs deputies who transported him Here from whatcom he was being held there on a charge of unlawful Possession of a which is still that firearm is the link to the Buck asked to explain the special Ripley it is another Way to have a grand instead of a we have a the in this Case Superior court judge Joseph will act As a sort of supervisor in the Ripley and apparently wont have the Power to Lay indictments on the basis of testimony he said the prosecutors office would be in a position to file charges after the during the the witness on advice of his Legal counsel May refuse to answer a question on grounds it May in Criminate the prosecutor then May request the inquiry judge to compel the witness to at that the judge Calls a separate hearing to listen to arguments for and against having the witness answer the particular if the judge orders the witness to answer after that hearing and the witness he can be held in if he agrees to he will be granted immunity from prosecution on his the proceeding will be closed with Only the the prosecutor a court a Law enforcement officer and the witness and his attorney Ripley he also said the record of the proceeding May be kept secret until it is introduced at the trial of defendants charged in the an organization to carry on the Campaign for the Mill special tax Levy proposed by port Angeles school District 21 was set up in a special meeting at the Central services building tuesday James port Angeles Rasco store was named Overall chairman to head the Campaign aimed at gaining passage of a Levy to raise the election is he appointed a number of committees trom the Cross Section of the Community rep resented at the attending were the school District Board of members of the port Angeles education association rep resenting school members of the steering com Mittee of the citizens advisory group for schools and interested immediately following his unanimous Jones began setting up the Campaign Perry first Federal savings and loan is head of the finance members Are to be announced Roosevelt teacher Bob Ross Heads the news Media members Are Bob Robbie Mantooth and Mary Jane heading the Community Liaison committee is port project Engineer Jerry members Are Ray Jan Hare and Barbara port Angeles Barber Elwood is chairman of the Jabor Liaison serving with him Are Art Ken Sandwick and Bob school District superintendent George Ellis will act As coordinator for the speakers he will be assisted by Helen de Grier and Mary William Roosevelt Pat Heads the Telephone calling Wayne Mason is a member of that that the placard committee is under the direction of Monroe school principal Lyle he will select his committee members Milton instructor at Peninsula is head of the Absentee voter he will be assisted by Beth Simp steering committee chairman Rodney Downen is in Clu Irge of the Handbill members of his group Are Don Bettger and Ron Courtesy rides to the polls will be arranged by the league of women peruvian Jungle air crash teenage girl survives Peru a a 17 year old girl survived an air liner crash in the peruvian Jungle on Christmas wan dered for Days in the tropical rain swam across flooded areas and waded through then built a raft that carried her to a Wood cutters Juliane the Daugh Ter of two noted German born was brought to the Jungle Colony of Tournai Vista tuesday by two Wood cutters who found her Semi floating Down the Pachita River aboard the log and Vine from there she was flown to a missionary Center at 500 Miles Northeast of and reunited with her her Mother is missing in the Julianel Hans and her Mother had lived in Peru for More than 20 weather Washington extended Outlook Friday through sunday occasional rain Fri Clearing in creasing Chance showers Sun highs mostly lower lows in years and were the leading authorities on peruvian the girl was reported suffer ing from cuts and but she seemed to be in fair she had made Many trips in the Jungle with her and the couple she lived with while attending High school in she is the Only known survivor of the 92 persons aboard an Electra Turboprop that crashed 12 Days ago on a flight from Luna to Ducal la and a search plane sighted the wreckage today at the head Waters of a Jungle an official of the air ministry said that apparently no survivors were the plane was operated by a peruvian Lineas areas and five Citi Zens from the missionary Cen Ter at Ducal la were among the Amanda de a nurse at a medical Post in said Juliane had Only a partial memory of the crash and her harrowing 10day trek through the she remembered looking out the window and seeing an engine then the Airliner lurched and she Sud Denly found herself flying through the the next thing the girl re the nurse was waking up amid the still strapped to her seat and covered by the bodies of three or four other everything went flying Jet ride like roller coaster los Angeles Apall of a sudden the Tail went up and it seemed like we were on a roller a passenger recalled in describing the effect that Clear air turbulence had on a National airlines jumbo Jet with 331 persons Twentyfive persons were in three when the plane encountered the mysterious weather phenomenon tuesday at an Altitude of feet Over everything went a passenger Peoples shoes were torn off their meals were being served and there was food going i Felt like a basketball being bounced another Pas Senger i Felt my head hit the Ceil another then my whole body was pressed against i looked Down and could see the floor coming scientists know Little about the air turbulence that slammed the planes it occurs in generally Clear weather Between and feet and cant be detected even by the Boeing 747 jetliner was three hours out of Miami on a five hour nonstop flight to los i think the whole thing lasted about three said a Yvonne of the unexpected Jolt was Felt most by those at the rear of the the airline said no one with a fastened Seatbelt was people were kids were crying and some were others were hollering for a said one of the Navy medical corpsman Calvin Shir of fort he and two doctors aboard helped the injured As the plane continued to los the injured were taken to three All but five were discharged within a National spokesman said the Only apparent damage to the plane was dents and holes in Interior Walls from luncheon trays and Light Feder Al aviation administration inspectors pronounced the plane structurally and it re turned to Miami later in the stewardess Hurt Andrea chief stewardess on a National airlines 747 flight from Miami to los is questioned by newsmen about injuries sustained by the Crew and passengers because of severe air doctors said nine passengers were Hurt seriously and one critically in the downdrafts Over a

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