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Sarasota Herald Tribune (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Sarasota, Florida Try leu ctr1 Jyz. 4. Amp a /2-Eet? amp 3.dolphins wrest 28-21 Victory from . 1-c weather there is a 30 per cent Chance of showers this afternoon. Highs today will be in the 90s. Lows in the 70s. Winds will be variable Al to to 15 m p h. Page 2-a. Of Herald qty Bitne a this area s great morning newspaper on the inside moderate Black tribal leaders in South Africa demand a meeting with prime minister John Vorster to work out solutions to grievances. Page 3-a. 51st year a no. 324 ten sections�?148 Papes sunday August 22, 1976 Price thirty five cent a Upit la photo camper in Italy needs a boat As England France and Belgium suffered from a protracted drought parts of Italy were getting heavy rain for the last two Days. Here a Young camper in the Marche area of Italy looks out on a wet wet world after a torrential downpour. Floods in Italy blocked roads caused Auto accidents and Hurt tourist and camping business. But the Outlook for crops was Good. Fires rage As British fight drought French by the associated press fires raged through Arras of forests in Bone dry Britain and France saturday forcing thousands of vacationers to flee for their lives. Weathermen foresaw no Relief from Western Europe s longest drought in memory. The 15-month dry spell has drained reservoirs and parched crops in a Belt from England and Wales 10 Belgium and Northwest and Central France. Some 3.000 campers and bathers were evacuated in boats when Forest fires swept toward Frances Atlantic Beach North of Royan and Cut off All Overland escape routes. At least 10,000 other vacationers were in a Beach area farther North around the Village of la Palmyra and vans with loudspeakers toured the streets and tent Camps warning an emergency evacuation might be necessary. Black smoke swirled Over la Palmyra and flames could be seen shooting hundreds of feet into the air less than two Miles away. The director of a zoo in la Palmyra appealed to other French zoos to Send him Mobile cages and tranquil izing drugs As quickly As possible so he could move his animals including Lions tigers giraffes and hippos. Some 600 animals have been evacuated the zookeeper said but he said he did not have adequate equipment to move the 50 biggest animals. Continued on Page 4-a, Cal. I boat rentals 14�?T-20�?T�?-9 h p. To 135 h p. Cannons 383-1311-adv. Today a Index amusements 10-12c area business 5h around the town 12c Art Bicentennial Birds books classified commentary crossword editorial education financial Garden hobbies Horoscope 2, 3e ii 7f 10e 3-18d so ii 2h 6, 7e 6-11h 10f 4f comics kibitzer letters modern living music obituaries pets service news sports travel weather women he 4h 1-12f 4, 5e 4a if 4b 1-9c 8, 9e 2a 1-12g guaranteed delivery of your lir Imu Herald Tria. In my not Arriva. Paana i 4141 bet a men so n . And ii m . Demonstrates its might in Korea solemn ceremony. As the plane returning their bodies touched Down a 26-Man Honor guard saluted. The bodies were taken to the . Army mortuary in Oakland Calif. Col. Erroll Loving Travis information officer said maj. Arthur Bonitos 33. Of Newburgh n y., would be flown to West Point. . For burial and 1st it. Mark t. Barrett 25, to his Hometown of Columbia. . Bonifas was promoted posthumously from Captain to major. In the operation an Armada of warplanes and troops was poised near the demilitarized zone during cutting of the 40-foot Poplar at the Neutral truce Village of Panmunjom. A . Navy task Force steamed toward Korea. Twenty six helicopter gunships of the kind used in the Vietnam War backed by an unspecified number of f4 phantom and fill Jet fighters and three b52 bombers from Guam circled overhead while a a Quick reaction Force of 300 . And South korean soldiers protected the tree cutting Allied military sources said. North korean soldiers at the scene limited their response to shooting photographs but their government accused the United states of a grave military provocation. A Pyongyang broadcast charged that 300 troops including americans a in full combat trim a entered the demilitarized zone d m z separating North and South Korea and not Only Cut Down the tree but also destroyed North korean guard posts and smashed barriers. Another 400 Allied troops took combat positions 400 Yards away backed up by five truckloads of soldiers and a helicopter All a creating a terrible War atmosphere a the broadcast said. The Allied sources declining to be identified denied that the combat Force had entered the Doz but did not say How close it approached. North koreans Central news Agency charged that one . Helicopter intruded into North korean air space along the Doz on saturday a committing espionage and a hostile a broadcast of the report monitored in Tokyo did not specify what the a hostile act was but it said it was a linked with the provocations that the United states a is conduct continued on Page 4a, col. I Palestine youths mobilized Beirut Lebanon apr guerrillas picked up palestinian youths off the streets of Beirut and took them to military training Camps saturday following orders for general mobilization of the palestinian people. Several trucks were seen loading up Young men in the Seaside Rouche Quarter where Street Side markets attract crowds. They hauled them off for training unless they already belonged to a guerrilla group. Palestinian officials confirmed the operation was part of a conscription decree issued by guerrilla Leader Yasir Arafat after the fall aug. 12 of Tai Zlatar refugee Camp the biggest single Christian Victory in Lebanon a 17-month-old War. About 300.000 palestinians live in Lebanon. Before the War some 12,000 belonged to the various guerrilla groups. That number has risen considerably Over the months of combat but Many youths still try to live civilian lives. Arafat and his top lebanese moslem ally Kamal Jumblatt both have called for broadening their military base with Universal military training to overcome the Tai Zlatar defeat and wage a a Long Pierre Gemayel Leader of the phalanges party that Fields the largest Christian Milita indicated he too was digging in for a Long struggle. He called on christians to reopen schools and resume economic life despite the War. A we Are not the first people in the world to engage in a War a he said. A i do not understand Why we cannot Cope with the War and adapt ourselves to new methods of living like other Peoples of the Gemayel said he was discussing with his allies plans to develop the Harbor at Jounier the unofficial Christian capital 12 Miles North of Beirut and build a new Airport in the Christian heartland. Beirut a International Airport is in moslem territory the facility now occupied by Arab league peacekeeping forces has been closed since june because of Christian shelling. The Beirut port is largely destroyed and lies right on the front line. Fighting was strongest saturday Between the continued on Page 4a, col. I a up telephoto body of american Soldier slain in Korea returned to . Honor guard at Travis air Force base in California salutes body of maj. Arthur bonifas Seoul South Korea apr the United states staged a demonstration of military Power in and around Korea on saturday at the same time As Allied forces felled a tree that was the Center of the dispute in which North koreans killed two american officers. President Ford personally approved Quot the plan to go in there and Cut the tree Down a White House press Secretary Ron Nyssen said saturday at Vail Colo., where Ford is vacationing. With Ford is National Security Agency director Brent a. Scowcroft who is keeping the president abreast of the situation. At Travis air Force base i n California Flag draped a caskets carrying the bodies of the two slain american officers arrived amid a Brief Carter maps Ford resting Campaign in Colorado Herald Tribune wire service democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter mapped out his Campaign schedule saturday while president Ford kept close tabs on the tense situation in Korea and rested after a strenuous five Days at the gop National convention in Kansas qty. Kansas sen. Robert Dole Fords running mate spent the Day working in by the associated press if the league of women voters has its Way the first nationally televised debate Between president Ford and Democrat Jimmy Carter will be tuesday sept. 28, in St. Louis. Somehow so far these determined careful men and women have had their Way. They be been pressing for nationally televised debates Between the two major candidates Long before those candidates were chosen. The leagues Board of directors made the debates a target at the annual convention in May and league delegates met the proposal by their president Ruth Clusen of Green Bay wis., with a standing ovation. The league is currently circulating a petition with a Washington. And democratic vice presidential nominee sen. Walter Mondale relaxed at a Lake Retreat in Northern Minnesota. Ford was vacationing at Vail Colo. Ronald Reagan in an interview blamed his defeat at the Republican National convention on what he termed establishment politicians in northeastern states who apr a a target of four million signatures it says a we the people urge the major party candidates for president to meet in Public debate on the issues facing the the league hoped that its petitions would be in by labor Day but it now looks As if the two candidates have preempted that. The leagues executive director Peggy Lampl said the league also embarked on a National Public relations Campaign in May to convince the candidates they should debate. Today9s chuckle in this world people Seldom think alike a except when they Are buying wedding presents. Plied Strong pressure on both his delegates and uncommitted delegates to vote for Ford. Reagan a voice betrayed a Flat note of anger As he spoke to reporters on his plane on his Way Back to California. A no question we won in the states where the people had a Chance to vote a he said. A we lost in those states where machine politics still exist Carter accepted the idea in principle More than a week ago and has named his press aide Jody Powell to work with the leagues steering committee. He has not however accepted the leagues auspices. President Ford in his acceptance speech also accepted the idea of a National debate but did not specify who should organize it. The league Hopes to meet with Ford people in the near future. Is. Lampl who uses the title by preference said. The league would like to see three presidential debates one each on Domestic issues foreign policy and the role of the presidency. It has proposed the weeks of oct. La and 25 for the final two. It is also considering a continued on Page 8-a, col. 3 where they to a Large extent determined who the delegates will be and then determine How the delegates will vote a Pennsylvania new York new if he had it to do Over again Reagan said he would have cased up in a heavy primary election campaigning in his Home state of California and Given Ohio More than a once Over lightly. A i believe in four or five Days of campaigning a no More than that a in Ohio and we would have carried Ohio a he said. A was it was we went in there for one Day and came out with 45 per cent of the while Reagan accepted the conventions verdict he indicated he will remain an Active observer of Ford. He said he will resume his nationwide daily radio broadcasts and strike out again on the speech making circuit. While unsure that he will return to his syndicated newspaper column Reagan told reporters a a in a Gong to do everything i can to see the conservative philosophy stays together in order to Hie an influence on the things we believe the extent to which he will Campaign for Ford will depend on How Busy he will be making a living Reagan said adding simply a a in la do what i Ford had discussed the korean situation with Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger and National Security director Brent continued on Page 8a. Col. I league seeks september Ford Carter debate agents hunted weather underground probes say Fri stole . Mail the . Tim a Washington Root nows so Vlco Washington Justice department prosecutors have found evidence that the Federal Bureau of investigation agents stole letters and parcels from the United states mails As part of a wide Range of ii i e g a i techniques directed at the militant Antiwar movement Over the last five years sources familiar with the investigation said saturday. Charold a co Ltd. Certified appraiser 64 s. Palm ave. 366-5205-adv. The prosecutors have also found firm evidence that the agents conducted illegal wiretaps and bugging according to these sources. The sources said that the new illegalities were discovered recently in the course of an examination by the departments civil rights division of a number of burglaries committed during the same period by Fri to sick Call us Quick service Call plus parts. 83.50 general Home service. 959-7005 adv. Agents Hunting fugitive terrorists in the new York City area. Those agents who numbered Between 20 and 30, were assigned Between 1970 and 1973 to an e 111 e a sweat hug squad in the bureaus Manhattan office. The acronym is derived from the name of the fugitive group the weather underground organization whose members have taken credit for several Call for temporary office help. 366-7570�?adv, bombings during that period. In the course of their largely unproductive three year search members of the weath fug group illegally entered the residence of relatives and associates of the u n d e r g round terrorists in Hopes of finding clues to their whereabouts. The agents who committed those burglaries and the Fri executives including w. Mark coat tailed of Page 4a, col. 6 great new entertainer Johnny Ecola inn Between on siesta key adv

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