Port Angeles Evening News in Port-Angeles, Washington 13 Jan 1972
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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Port Angeles, Washington
Nixon China visit to be live to epic Washington a pres ident Nixon trip to peking next month May be the biggest live television spectacular since Man first stepped onto the Moon in the White House announced wednesday there will be some live television transmission from the capital of the communist country isolated from Washington for nearly 25 years and never visited by a what the White House did not say was that americans and chinese Are cooperating in a to game plan so extensive that much of Nixon activities while in peking can be beamed live to the presidents election year audience at As an there is a plan to Fly three Mobile to the size of a Large transit bus and one for each the United states to Mainland Nixon press Ron Ald said the chinese have agreed to set their communications ground station capable of trans mitting live to and radio re ports plus newspaper pictures and the american owned ground used most recently for coverage of Iran anniversary of the persian Empire last will be removed after Nixon who returned from an Advance trip to China ear Lier this reported the presidents hosts have erected in a very Short time a com plete broadcast production Cen evidence of the extensive video coverage con a sizable Advance contingent of communications specialists and network representatives will leave Here 1 to set up and operate the temporary communications Ziegler said the White House press will not in clude those leaving number about Ziegler conceded that this will be Only a Quarter of the photographers and technicians who normally accompany the president on International he said we Are very pleased with the number and described it As represent ing a cooperative attitude on the part of the Ziegler said 80 was much More than the chinese originally had in mind and represented at least a sevenfold increase Over the largest press Contin gent Ever to go to peking with a head of asked if there would be press Ziegler absolutely visiting americans will be free to roam about the three cities Nixon will hang How and Manint Estreet interviews or Ziegler i dont foresee any restrict Tiv Type he accompanied by wife will arrive in peking 21 and leave from Shanghai it will be the presi dents longest visit to another Ziegler indicated live to coverage limited to the ground being in stalled at the peking will be unable to pick up other communications from hang Clung and while in Ziegler Nixon May visit the great the Ming tombs and the forbidden All in or near peking an Industrial exhibition in Shanghai and a Scenic Lake dotted with Parkland islands near american newsmen making the trip will be guests at All official banquets Given by the chinese for the president and the press Secretary the press he also will travel while in China aboard chinese aircraft made in asked if the Nixon would venture aboard similar he we dont have details to provide you port Angeles evening news january 1972 230th Issue of the 56th year 12 pages 10 cents what is it get your thinking Caps on and figure out where Grayson Hulse was when he took this you can let your imagination run stumped its the inside of the fibreboard stack looking up to the the stack is scheduled for Callam Bay Sekiu Cost Factor is key for sewage system Bygar Conkling a preliminary feasibility study for a sewage treatment system at Callam Bay Sekiu was unveiled at an informal meeting wednesday and said what everybody already Callam Bay Sekiu has a critical need for Community sewerage but the Small year round population there May not be in a position to afford Kennedy engineers of the consultant firm hired to conduct the feasibility revealed its findings wednesday to county officials and a selected group of Callam Bay Sekiu it concluded that poor soil conditions and the wave of sport fishermen who invade each summer team up to create the critical need for sewerage facilities in Callam water pollution resulting from inadequate sewage treatment has reached the Point think you have some troubles health authorities Are threatening to hold up issuing further building permits unless something is the study the something Kennedy engineers recommended in its study As most economically feasible was a two Plant secondary treatment system with separate facilities serving Callam Bay and the Cost just slightly less than reaction to the study was residents said they recognized the but we rent sure they had the your plans Are alright if the Money is said Mark Callam Bay Mobile Home Park but if it this is just a dream we cant the other residents attending the meeting Arlen Sekiu resort and Walter Sekiu Mobile Home Park owner More or less agreed with the 758 people living out there now cant handle a million it would take 10 generations to pay it Funk but we need sewage Bruce of Kennedy said the heavy Impact of transient population in the summer opened the door to creative thinking about special ways to finance the but he admitted the Overall feasibility of the system rested on receipt of Federal and state Grant Collins said he was optimistic about the chances of Federal legislation to pass Congress providing new Large pools of funds for Public works projects throughout the Thomas told county officials Callam Bay Sekiu residents we rent anxious to put their stamp of approval on plans for a sewage treatment system until they were sure Grant Money was Iowa a no matter How you look at it wednesday was not a Good night for the Albert basketball the least of the teams troubles was dropping a 12956 game to Parsons College Here that started at the Minnesota team informed Parsons it would be a Little late for the game because of a late Start from Albert the trocar team caravan was stopped near Kellogg for the whole group was hauled into Justice of the peace after its court the team was just leaving Kel Logg when police reportedly brought the group Back to court because of an alleged mess they reportedly created in the lavatory of the Justice of the peace fines totalling were assessed before the team left Kel Only about 75 to 100 people remained from an original crowd of 500 when the game was Parsons added insult to injury by setting a school scoring the second time this the weary now the old Mark was 122 scored at Albert Lea in further pullouts announced Nixon plans troop Cut to in Vietnam Washington a pres ident Nixon announced today further plans to withdraw american forces from South cutting the number to by May Reading a Brief state ment to said an additional men will be brought Home in the next three this would represent Only a very slight increase in the average withdrawal rate that has prevailed in december and under Nixon new approximately troops will be brought Home Between 1 and May the december january average was Nixon said there will be a further withdrawal announce ment prior to May he said today announcement has the approval of Secretary of de sense Melvin the chairman of the joint chiefs of identity of woman is known the body of a woman that washed ashore and was found by beachcombers on an isolated Beach on Cape flattery Over the weekend has been identified As Nicola her and his were aboard the 70foot fishing vessel Zenith which left Seattle 1 bound for san and is reported the coast guard said it has been searching unsuccessfully for the Zenith and its three passengers since 6 when they were to arrive in san the coast guard said its search now would concentrate in the water off Neah Callam county sheriff Harley who was leading the Effort to identify the body that washed ashore last said today he was unaware the coast guard was searching for the an All Points bulletin dispatched from Here earlier in the week failed to produce any leads in that Bishop identification of Talbott body was made by her Margaret flown Here by the coast guard Bishop a halibut boat Hatch thought to be from the missing fishing boat was found this morning on the Beach at the Mouth of the shoes River on Mukka Bay Southwest of Neah Sonny and Charles Peterson of Neah Bay found the cover and reported the find to the Neah Bay coast guard Stork overtaking Perry mans at Fairholm Hill Day noticeably longer seed catalogues being Well thumbed by dream eyed gardeners Valentines making appearance can Spring be far behind staff and the South vietnamese Laird held a news conference at the White House and de i assure you we will meet or beat the May 1 asked if Airpower would continue bombing missions in Southeast Laird replied we will continue to use american Airpower to protect remaining of he said the air Force will share in the Force reductions called for by use of air Power in South Vietnam has been reduced by 67 per cent since the president took he and announced that by May 1 the number of airmen remaining in the South will be Down to As compared with about three years there were american fighting men and women in South Vietnam when Nixon was inaugurated in he launched his gradual withdraw Al program some four months starting at an average monthly rate of Laird was asked if South vietnamese troops could with stand an anticipated enemy offensive expected in the next few the defense chief said he believes the forces of the Saigon regime now Are Strong enough to win 75 per cent or More of any Battles they the United states late last year turned Over ground com Bat responsibility to the South and Laird said plans for a similar Transfer of air and logistics responsibilities is on schedule or ahead of the defense Secretary was asked if he thought Friendly forces in Laos and Cambodia could hold out against current enemy offensives in both coun on graduated income tax policy Evans Hopes legislature will have some courage a Dan Evans says he wont make his tax policy committees graduated net income tax an executive request Meas but he Hopes the Legisla Ture has the courage to pass at his news conference Evans also said the Chance of a redistricting Bill being passed by the end of next week is about the same possibility As Whitman College beating Dallas in the super the governor met with news men after the 74member tax which he unveiled a proposed constitutional amendment coupling a net corporate and individual income tax with Relief from other assuming the details Are As i expect they will i will endorse Evans but he said he would not add it to his package of request asked about the Chance of its the governor replied its it would take two thirds and that would require a great Deal of i Hope at least two thirds of them the legislators will have that kind of Martin Dis chairman of the Senate Tornado smashes through army base trailer Parks a a Tor Nado smashed through two trailer Parks near the huge army base at Rucker in Spring like weather kill ing four persons and injuring More than state troopers and a spokes Man for the state civil defense office said four were known eighteen of the injured were admitted to hospitals at Rucker and nearby enter the others were treated for minor injuries and Dis the twister also struck an army Airfield at destroying eight uh1 helicopters on the ground and heavily dam aging two no one was reported injured at the the civil defense spokesman said 50 House trailers were wrecked and another 50 dam the twister struck first the Pine Brook and Dogwood acres trailer Parks Between Ozark and occupied mostly by military then hit again at lower army air Field on the Rucker Reser fifteen of the injured were admitted to an army the Rucker Public information office ways and Means said he would begin meetings immediately in the Hope of changing the As Well As the governors to better meet the needs of the poor and Durkan said Relief for per sons on fixed incomes was if discussed by the tax policy Evans disputed charges by one member of the Vick Gould of that it was a charade designed to carry out the governors wish he said he never interfered in the committees Arthur r chairman of the House committee on elections and said Evans is about but we can keep the redistricting going after the 14day a loophole in the schedule Al lows them to do this by Resolution of both Hijack Effort not a Success a a Young gunman who told a fellow passenger i work for the Devil and in going straight to hell and take everyone with me commandeered a jetliner in a dramatic hijacking Effort that ended with the Crew making a mad scramble for the Hijacker had demanded million and two parachutes and indicated he wanted to go Fly to South America where he planned to bail out into the we got a Chance to run and we ran like said Tom who along with six other Crew members escaped from the Braniff 727 jetliner following nearly seven hours of Captivity on a Remote runway at the Dallas weather by the associated press Western extended Outlook saturday through of temperatures near highs in the lows in the air piracy charges were to be filed today against Billy Eugene of who was arrested without resistance about 30 minutes after the Crew made their break for the armed with a pistol and carrying a Small travel bag which he said contained took control of the plane and its 94 Pas sengers on a flight from hous ton to Only clothing and ammunition for the pistol were found the Hijacker allowed the Pas sengers to Debar after the plane landed at but the Crew was held in the Donald Roberts of a sales manager for the Remington electric Shaver was sitting by the Hijacker during the Roberts said the Hijacker had asked him who he worked for and when he the Young Man said i work for the Devil and in going to go straight to hell and take everybody with world Roundup longshore talks go on san Francisco a the chief Federal mediator has warned West coast longshore negotiators a second time that they can expect a government imposed settlement if they fail to reach agreement on their Curtis Federal mediation service told Union and employer bargaining teams wednesday he would recommend congressional action if the West coast Dock strike a second Extension of the Pacific longshore agreement expires Ghana army coup Togo a army officers overthrew the civilian government of Ghana wednesday night and in a broadcast on Ghana radio accused prime minister Kofi Busis of malpractice and economic a broadcast from the ghanaian said the coup was led by Ayatey a senior career officer who had been a regional administrator after the previous coup six years Russ student leaves new York a a russian Exchange student who slashed his Throat and wrists at Kennedy Airport last sunday flew Home today after a six hour diplomatic Tugo Way ended with officials convinced that he was leaving of his own it is my judgment that he is going of his own free said Samuel investigator for the immigration after he and other officials interviewed Merab at the Airport Early enlistments Are Down Washington a voluntary enlistments fell below the armed services objectives during the last half of a time when the draft was taking very few this could spell trouble for Nixon administration Hopes of ending the draft and changing to an Al Volunteer Force by intensified enemy action Saigon a communist forces hit More South vietnamese outposts today on the third Day of intensified ground and fighter bombers exchanged missiles with antiaircraft batteries inside North Vietnam for the first time this Twenty six More enemy ground attacks were reported in South Vietnam for the 24 hours ending at 6 this brought the three Day total to the most in More than three
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