Van Nuys Valley News And Green Sheet in Van-Nuys, California 22 Aug 1976
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Van Nuys Valley News and Green Sheet (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Van Nuys, CaliforniaSalley new second front Page a news Section 1 Page 3 sunday August 22,1976north Korea accuses . Of a provocation in tree trimming Seoul. South Korea up a North Korea accused the United states yesterday of committing a a Large scale military provocation by sending a heavily armed Force into the Panmunjom truce Village to Cut Down the tree where two . Army officers were killed earlier this week. The accusation carried by the official North korean Central news Agency came As the 7th Fleet aircraft Carrier Midway accompanied by a missile Cruiser and four frigates was reported steaming from Japan toward korean Waters. Two squadrons of . Fighter bombers already have arrived in South Korea. The communist Agency said the . Action involved about 700 men and a helicopter a creating a terrible War the Agency in a report intended for the North korean Domestic service said the United states helicopter flew Over communist Terri tory and accused the . Of trying to Start a new korean War according to monitors in Washington. The attack wednesday came As a five Man Wrork party escorted by . And South korean Security guards tried to prune a tree in the demilitarized zone near Panmunjom 35 Miles North of Seoul. North korean guards tried to Block the workers according to the United nations command then attacked with pikes and axes hacking to death maj. Arthur Bonitos 33, of Newburgh n y. And 1st it. Mark Barrett 25, of Columbia s c. The bodies of the two men arrived at Travis air Force base yesterday and were awarded military honors. Maj. Bonitos a funeral will be held aug. 24 at West Point. N y. And the funeral of it. Barrett will be in Columbia. S.c., also aug. 24. Early yesterday the inc headed by . Army Gen. Richard g. Stilwell sent a work group into the truce Village and Cut Down the tree. According to the korean Central news Agency report monitored in Seoul a More than 300 military brigands including . Troops in full combat trim we Ere sent into the truce zone. It said they were backed up by a Over 400 armed personnel. And a helicopter creating a terrible War . Army officers reported no incidents along the Border yesterday. In Seoul some 8,000 High school students held two separate rallies. They burned the effigy of North korean president Kim in Sung and demanded his immediate punishment As an the South korean National Assembly National defense and foreign affairs committee heard reports from government officials and then adopted a five Point statement demanding speedy retaliation against North Korea. Ford Carter debates they probably wont be reruns of Kennedy amp Nixon Kansas City up a the 1976 Ford Carter debates May be As different from the Kennedy Nixon debates of 1960 As the personalities of the politicians and the realities of the campaigns involved. Sixteen years ago neither candidate Wras the incumbent president. Both men although know to the Public had everything to gain from additional free television exposure. This time the incumbent president who has been constantly in the limelight for two years will be debating an opponent who we As All but unknown last year at this time and still has logged Little air time except in news programs. In 1960, both candidates we Ere tested politicians and legislators used to the give and take of debate on the floor of Congress. This year the debates Wilt pit or. Ford a president who spent most of his adult life in the House chamber we Here speeches Are Short and Pithy against Carter an opponent we Hose Only similar exposure has been a Brief state legislative stint and one term As a governor. In the first debates in 1960, the opponents both we Ere highly keyed up men a Kennedy an aggressive new englander and Nixon an ambitious californian. In the 1976 debates the opponents will be More taciturn a the deliberate president from Michigan it. Gen. Edward m. Flanagan jr., left representing it. Mark t. Barrett arrives in . It. Barrett was killed the Secretary of the army salutes As the body of 1 St in Korea with maj. Arthur Bonitos. Up telephoto Ford surprised Carter with debate Challenge the drawling challenger from Georgia. The Kennedy Nixon debates we Ere the first of their kind and political managers who set them up had to operate with Little knowledge or precedent. This time everyone we ill know and pay close attention to such details As the physical layout of the debate setting the effect of the lights on the debaters and even the temperature of the room. Many people believed the Nix on Kennedy debates were a decisive Factor in the outcome of the election 16 years ago. It we ill be two and a half months before the american voter knows whether the same judgment can be made for 1976. Kansas City. To. Up a president Gerald Ford has taken a bold Gamble and volunteered to confront Jimmy Carter in a series of nationally televised debates to let the american voter choose the better Man. It reportedly caught Carter by Surprise. Or. Ford who trails Carter by 25 percentage Points in the polls decided just a few hours before he accepted his party a presidential nomination thursday night that a face to face debate we Ould be a the Best we Aye to launch an aggressive Campaign against his opponent. He quickly composed a few lines on a yellow notebook summoned his aides and instructed them to incorporate those we ords into his acceptance speech. The words on the yellow Sheet read a this year the issues Are on our Side. In a ready in a eager to go before the american people and debate the real issues face to face we Ith Jimmy Carter. The american people have the right to know first hand exactly we Here both of us or. Ford. The Republican underdog from Michigan has nothing to lose from the debates in americans Bicentennial year. For Carter the democratic candidate from Georgia the risks Are greater. A Ford can Only gain from it a said a historian. A we done to go into this debate As a favorite a said a Carter aide pointing to or. Fords congressional and White House experience. Or. Ford s skilfully timed Challenge caught Carter off guard. At the time Carter was preparing to Issue a similar Challenge but he quickly agreed to the debates ignoring advisers warnings that or. Ford has More practice As a debater. The National television networks indicated a willingness to go along providing the debates can be held by an Independent sponsor to circumvent Federal equal time regulations. A format proposed by the league of women voters would place the first of three debates in St. Louis sept. 28, a Little More than a month away. Two More debates would follow in other cities during october. Or. Ford and Carter each selected an adviser to negotiate details we Ith the league. The league proposed that the vice presidential candidates. Republican Robert j. Dole of Kansas and Democrat Walter f. Mondale of Minnesota debate the week of oct. 18. Both seemed whiling to meet in the first nationally televised debates Between vice presidential candidates. The Ford Carter debates would be the first Between presidential contenders since 1960, we Hen John f. Kennedy outshone Richard m. Nixon with his Cool command of the issues. Those debates generated the biggest voter turnout of the Century providing a ready made Edge for the majority democratic party. Or. Ford took a big risk by deciding to debate Carter. No incumbent Ever before has chosen to risk the advantage of his office of debating an outsider. But debate is a common tool of the political underdog who has everything to gain if he can emphasize his opponents weaknesses. And or. Ford according to his advisers believes he skilfully can use his insiders knowledge of government to reinforce a prevailing sense that Carter is a a whisky Washy Quot on the issues. Or. Ford. An Ivy league lawyer has accumulated debating skills during a Quarter Century in Public office and has new techniques Learned recently from High paid Media experts. Carter who is not a lawyer has the experience of Only four years in the Georgia legislature. A a it a pretty obvious that much of president Fords career was in the House debating on the floor a Barry Jagoda Carters television adviser said. A a he a very experienced. That does not apply to the conservatives plan third party Hope to beat Ford Kansas City up a More than 800 conservatives bitter Over Ronald Reagan a narrow defeat for the gop nomination will pick a third party candidate in Chicago this week a hoping to make sure president Ford loses in november. Leaders of the american Independent american Independence and Constitution parties among other key conservative activists from around the country Are expected to join forces thursday to unfurl a third party Banner. The disgruntled conservatives represent various state parties who now Are a or soon will be a on the ballot in some 45 states. Their Long Range Hope is to bring together disenchanted conservative republicans and democrats under a a a new majority coalition that one Day will run candidates for Congress As Wrell As state office. For the moment however they seek Only to make sure or. Ford loses to Jimmy Carter this fall a believing the death of the gop surely will follow. Significantly a vanquished Ronald Reagan indicated Friday he May support formation of a new party if Carter wins in november. At an Airport news conference following his return from the gop convention Reagan said that if or. Ford loses a there would have to be a reassessment of we Here we go and How we put that great new majority japanese bribe scandal claims elder statesman Tokyo up a former transportation minister Tomisaburo Hashimoto 75, a respected elder of Japan a ruling party Wras arrested yesterday in the widening investigation into the s12 million Lockheed bribe scandal. He we As the third ranking member of parliament from the Liberal democratic party to be arrested in connection with alleged payoffs by Lockheed aircraft corp. Between 1958-75 to promote the Sale of its planes in Japan. Prosecutors questioned Hashimoto at his Home and then placed him under arrest on suspicion of accepting $16,667 secretly from the California aircraft manufacturer. Hashimoto was transportation minister in 1970-71 when Lockheed a Effort to sell its wide bodied tristan iou Jet transports to All Nippon airways a major Domestic airline in Japan was getting into full swing. He is suspected of postponing plans for japanese airlines to Purchase Airbus Type Craft in order to give Lockheed a Chance to catch up with its rival Mcdonnell Douglas corp in the Japan Market. On Friday the prosecution task Force set up on orders of Premier Takeo Miki jailed Takayuki Sato. 48, former parliamentary vice minister of transportation on suspicion of accepting a $6,667 Lockheed gratuity. Former Premier Kakuei Tanaka was arrested july 28 and later indicted on a charge of accepting a $1,667 million Lockheed bribe. He is now free on bail. Flanked by prosecutors former transport minister Tomisaburo Hashimoto 75, is arrested on suspicion of accepting a scenarios far out but maybe not far off Washington up a As if life Isnit jarring enough already the government has hired outside consultants to think up imaginary happenings. Life the time a in late october 1978&Quot we Hen rioting citizens band radio enthusiasts March on Federal communications commission Headquarters in Washington. Or in 1936 when american Telephone and Telegraph sets out to take Over much of the television Industry. Those a a events come from inventive minds at the research firm of Arthur d. Little inc., which was hired for $100,000 by the White House office of telecommunications policy to report on the issues that might arise in the Field of electronic communication in the next 15 years. Little a 150-Page volume of hypothetical a a scenarios is told in narrative form with Occasia Nal vivid writing and a refreshing irreverence for Washington bureaucracy. Little a authors say their scenarios Are definitely not a a predictions but Only attempts to Point out potential issues a Ople in Washington should Start thinking about. The telecommunications office says it neither agrees nor disagrees with the projections. The cd a a riot grows out of mounting Public frustration Over failure of the acc to either effectively regulate or provide enough frequencies for the fast growing craze. By 1977, according to the scenario the cd airwaves Are in chaos. Prostitutes burglars and Fomen tors of mass demonstrations routinely use them in their we Ork. A in october 1977, police employed jamming techniques to Blank out the entire cd band during a school desegregation riot in Detroit a the report says. After the March on the acc the Agency in 1980 opens a new cd Channel and a new system in we hich every user is required to feed a Sample of his voice into a computerized a voiceprint Quot network so the government can identify those using the airways. This begins to bring order. But in 1986 the supreme court acting on a suit by the american civil liberties Union holds voiceprint Are an unconstitutional invasion of privacy. The new regulatory system comes crashing Down and cd chaos returns. The att Senario begins w Ith top executives briefing a few key senators on a Bill we hich we ill enfranchise the Telephone Industry to exclusively develop services for american Homes using a a broadband communications technology part of that technology a and this is not made up a involves stuffing vast numbers of signals into electronic we ires or. Using laser beams into optical fibres. The technology can be used not Only for Telephone Calls but to Carty television programs information retrieval systems instant Bill paying senders or facsimile transmission of newspapers or other documents. A in effect att was about to propose that it we ill be Given exclusive authority to provide local distribution services for broadcasters Cable and pay to companies and any other organizations that might want communications channels to provide service to the Home a the report said. The acc is portrayed As myopic Agency with a chronic inability to effectively regulate broadcasting in the Public one underlying theme of ail scenarios is the Way things May develop in the absence of Long Range policy direction. An top source says it would like to provide the policy direction but its future in the government currently is being reviewed. John f. Kennedy left and then vice president Rich during the last face to face debates by presidential Ard m. Nixon right Are shown in this 1960 photo candidates. Up telephoto
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