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PEOPLE In thi NEWS Dti Meinti Suftd«y.ft**ittor Briefly.. . ANOTHER VIET N iXON.» Continued from Paqe One '/Vixon Men Irk Palace Aides 9 MANILA, PHILIPPINES' (SUNDAY) (REUTERS)-Presi- dcnt Nixon's visit to the Philip- ' n l? U -S. bas<?s in lhR phll| P- plncs was nearly called off be- P ines l(K)l{ed on - Somc demon- cause President Ferdinand • stralors foufiht with police. Two Marcos was irked by members -demonstrators were injured of the NfJton advance party who , an " laken to a hospital. found fault with his wife's The orderly demonstrators preparations, according to lead- outside the palace emphasized ing Manila columnist Teodoro they were only protesting Valencia. , , ! American policy in the Philli- Valcncia today wrote that, . ,. . . . ,,.,. "the rooms were too small, the P ines ' One P lacard rcad: Nlx ' facilities not quite enough. Just on: Sta X on thc moon and as the presidential palace house-' leave Asia alone." hold aides were discussing this Nixon fitted into his schedule with the Nixon advance party, a m ce ti ng w j t h Sergio Osmena, President Marcos came along • th jdentia , candidate 'The president told the ad- ' ' ... . .. , vance party that if President of the °PP° slllon Llberal P 31 ^' Nixon is coming to insult us, wno wi " fa ™ Marcos in elec- please tell him to skip Manila, tlons Nov - 12 or words to that effect. Marcos suggested the Nixons proceed to Jakarta instead. "Within minutes, Washington was on the line. The Nixons were staying at the presidential palace, Marcos was assured,'' Valencia concluded. Maureen Reagen, the 28- year-old daughter of California (Jov. Ftonuld Kcagiin and actress Jane Wyman, would like to become n traveling interviewer-producer in television. She has worked briefly in movies and in political public relations. She was 7 when her parents were divorced hut says: "There was no great upheaval. There were no problems. My father always spent Christmas with us." "Us," means she and her brother Michael, now 24, with whom she attended a boarding school, Maureen, who maintains close contacts with her mother and often visits Reagan and his present wife, former actress Nancy Davis, is divorced from David Sills, a former Marine Corps officer who is now an attorney. They were married from 1961 to 19B7. CHARGES ARMY W NERVE GAS In addition to hedging in case Marcos lost the elections, Nixon's advisers had recommended the meeting a* an act of fairness in terms of domestic Philippine politics. The private afternoon session of the U.S. and Philippine presidents and their top aides included Secretary of State William P. Rogers and Philippine Foreign Secretary Carlos P. Romulo. Nixon was reported to have given assurances that the United States will continue to WIREPHOTO (AP) Manila Welcomes a Visitor said Saturday the Army ; thc AmMeric an bases in the Phil- has kept nerve gas production ! ippincs was not discussed William Dubilier, Leary Denial Dead • Dr. Timothy Leary, the ex- • Inventor ponent of LSD, said in Los An- 81, who developed several sys- he didn't give any of the terns of wireless telephony and telegraphy and held more than 300 U.S. patents, in Palm Beach, Fla. Two rooms at the Smithsonian Institution in m i n (l-hcnding drug to Char- Icnr, Rene Alm e. i (I a , 17, w h o s e. nude body was found in a pond at his psychedelic vi!- lago on Moun- I a i n Center Ranch near Hemet, 100 miles cast of Los Angeles. "My wife and hidden from Congress. "During my 20 years service in subcommittees of thc Appropriations Committee for defense, I never came across any line item for thc production of nerve gas." Ellender said in remarks taped for broadcast in Louisiana. "It seems to me that about the only thing that rpight marj the President's Asian visit is the recent disclosure that the U.S. has been storing nerve gas and other weapons of chemical i warfare in Okinawa. So far, no; in any specific fashion. Some Filipino officials think terms of thc leases, which have more than 60 years to run, should be revised. Residents of Manila, Philippines, jammed cade alongside Philippines President Ferdinand Roxas boulevard Saturday to welcome President Marcos. Banner, top, which faced oncoming motor- Nixon, foreground. Mr. Nixon appeared in a motor- cade, welcomed the Nixons. ported insurgencies operating' openly and underground. Nixon hat given notice these nations cannot count on the U.S. to OH Iti troopi to put down then insurgencies and thus risk getting drawn into another Vietnam. Demonstrations are kept well under control and by official permit of the government. Some 20,000 uniformed security Marcos made this statement ! forces guarded President Nixon Although Marcos accepted what he called the "virtual certainty" of less American military and economic aid, he asserted his belief that the U.S. would honor Its bilateral agreements and continue the supply of "arms, equipment and supplies." •after President Suharto deposed^ gun battle with police Satur- the Communist-oriented Sukarno day. The dead man, Alberto Batac, 49, of Neuva Eclja Province, known as Huk rebel country, was reported by police to be a member of a Huk liquidation squad that explanation has been made asi al .f stfl te dinner Saturday in the government-organized to whv the gas was placed on "..,,.. sup " welcomi "g ceremony by motor• O . « I T\f\t*T&ft t nA ris\vt4mi • n WAA f*C *.«_. I I_ it I_ _l_ t •__ •« . f dictatorship four years ago. Like the Philippines, Indonesia is handling its own internal security. But here again there can be no assurance that the American pullout in Vietnam and elsewhere in the Far East will not encourage insurgency and subversion. But it is not proving easy to find the way that "Asia for Asians" can be made com- a week ago. The Huk movement is Communist-led. This gave rise to speculation the man may have been involved in a plot to assassinate the visiting American chief executive. But police said they had "no real evidence" of a had come to Manila about I plot. where else por , ted the continuance of spe- cade through about six miles, of patible with the American need icial tariff agreements which " Washington are devoted to his the island, nor models and equipment. about the. world we might have! C J al , t , an " .. a 8 r ? ements , whld ] Manlla s slreets ' i for world order and stability. „.., Mr . . cc ! similar storage depots give the Philippines a preferred j This kind of control is neces-j This is what Nixon's trip is • Witok Grornbrow.cz, 65,. ex-j Most „, lh l 3< has be cn ! P osltl °" ln manv ai ' eas - "e.sary now throughout Southeast all about. He is now in- iled Polish author-playwright,, Most; ofUM. work ha. been ; warned that a growing sense of:Asia as a symptom of the sub- traducing the idea of a more of a heart ailment at his home! done wiinout ihe knowledge , nationalism m the Philippines! version and insurgency which in Vcncc;, France. His novels I of tongrcss. i should not be understood as threatens every government and its leaders. But President I don't include "Kerryduke," "Transat- 1 Ellondcr said, "Why should j hostile. lantic," "Cosmos" and "For- j so much of these deadly com-j Marcos expressed concern j Nixon is saying, in effect, that nography." j pounds of all varities be stock- j about what would happen in i this is their problem. f»iIoH 4huf ic nmir nrmrmcr /I if fi_ ' 'Thailand l/j-vn«« nH .J ir!_* ___ :r! ir» i , * *-» limited American presence and \U Q i f ' RoinhnrHt own this property," Leary said. g2 Wor)d Waf ,', commander of " We have no control. We re liv- 69th Division, the. unit piled that is now proving diffi- 1 Thailand, Korea and Vietnam ifj Early today, President Nixon the big question is: How jast can he go? Gun Battle — FURNITURE & APPLIANCES S. E. 30th and Maui y 5050 2nd Avenue 8800 Hickman Road ing there as members of the uhjch madc injUa , contact with! community. 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Wil- ^ President John Sullivan said li.-un Harvey and George Dan- 7 DdVS Adrift ML ; the sale of some other maga- iels, both of New York City, m Steven Bahr, 20, of Miami, zines anc ' tabloids will probably , , esen xon, »,. ni ^r> cult to dispose of them without \ the Nixon-projected American I concluded his visit to Manila and!" 1 * 0 " "IOC.' endangering many of our! pull-out gains too much mo- flew to Jakarta, Indonesia This mentum too fast. loosely-linked nation of 117 mil- MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES (AP) — A homemade pistol andi a rough pencil sketch of a hotel; . „ . ..„. __ 0 .... to be visited by President Nixoni with Communist-sup-'American economic presence were found on a man killed in • A " of the Soutnea st Asian na- : lion people in a 3,500-mile-long tions are threatened in varying archipelago is welcoming the Your center lor fine furnishing"- quality furniture, appliance*. and carpeting Open Wttkcfays 9 fo 9, Sunday* 72 fo 6 strated at. 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