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September 15, 1974

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-3 KBCS features Senate leaders In an effort to form attention on the major policy issues in- volved in this fall's elections, KBCS-FM is broadcasting a spe- cial series of four radio pro- grams featuring Sen. LIoyd Bent- sen (D. Tex.) and Sen. William e. brock (R.Tenn.), each chair- man of his respective party's Senatorial Campaign Committ- ees. The $ 850,000 that President Ford'has asked congress to ap- propriate for Richard Nixon's so-called ,,Transition" periodis only the tip of the financial ice- berg, according to testimony in Congress this week. The transition funds--which are under congressional dis- pute--fo not include the salar- ies of some 30 federal employ- ees who are already assigned to Nixon's San Clemente estate. They include former press Sec- retary Ron Ziegler, a military aide, a medical corpsman, sec- retaries, communication wor- kers, drivers,, maintenance workers, and even Nixon's per- sonal valet and maid. The vallet and maid, in fact, are currently on the payroll of the National Park Service. PRESS ADVOCATE The advocate editoriaI staff is a group which brings experience both from h}gh school and college journalism Mike Rehm, news editor, has worked on the ad- vocate staff four quarters Copy editors Jackie Meurk and Brad Stracener have worked on the advocate for three and one quarters respectively. Ms. Meurk has interned in the College Public Relation Office(Journl51) and has served as publicinforma- You are reading the Advocate, the student -edited, student finan- ced newspaper of the Associated students of Bellevue Community College (ASBCC). KBCS, at 91.3FM, is the non- commercial station at Bellevue community college. The program Series, "The parties and issues , '74" will be taped in four U.S. cities and forwarded to KBCS for broad- cast during October; Part 1: "Maintaining U.S. world position: can we fffford it?" taped in Chicago for broad- cast Oct. 9 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The current federalemployees at San Clemente are paid a total of about $500,000. But those employees do not include' the former President's Secret Ser- vice agents, whose salaries and activities account for another $662,000 a year. So in all, the government is already spen- ding $1,012,000 a year on the former president, before the re- quested $850,000 is even consi- dered. ROLLS tion officer for Youth Eastside Services. Stracener is beginning his second quarter on the advocate. Production Manager Diane Hood began her college Journalism with Journ. 140. On top of all that, the San : Clemente Police Department has asked the federal law enforce- ment assistance administration to continue a $192,000 grant, enabling the local police to main- tain a security patrol of eight officers, assigned solely to Ni- on's sprawling Casa Pacifica Es- tate. They say the patrol is necessary because of cutbacks in the Secret Service. all financial grants are app- roved and the current staff is maintained, the annual cost will be around $2,204,000. .,,**,,.o.,o .,...**,.'*'''*''" Just under 20 per cent of the Advocate the budget comes from advertising revenue. The adver- tising manager and ad salesmen recieve commissions for their s ales. But any student, experienced or not, may work on the paper, Enrollment in Journ. 141 is not a requirement for working onthe the paper(whether as a columnist, writer, reporter, photographer, or production assistant). Campus begins second year broadcasting trict #8 Community. The' managerial positions are accupied by students with various lenghts of experience: Ms. Linn began in broadcasting with Media 141 during Fall 1973. News, director Gary Crawford has been with the station for more than two quarters, and assumes I III I his new duties after a quarter as news inter on KBES AM and fro, Bellevue. KBCS, the student-operated radio station, is entering its se- cond full acadamic year of broad- casting. Airing first in February 1973, the station has carried a variety of programming of interest to students and to the College Dis- I According to program director Judy Linn, the stationwillbroad.. cast from q a.m. to midnight on weekdays. And for the first time in a year, KBCS will carry some weekend programming, as well. 'Say six Pledges of Allegiance and make a good act of contrition...' Part 2: "Domestic Needs: What" are the priorities?" taped in Atlanta for broadcast Oct 16 from 5:30 to 6:30p.m. Part 3: "Government Services: When is enough enough?" tapedin Boston for broadcast Oct 23 from 5:30 to 6:30p.m. Part 4: "Controlling Inflation: What must be done?" taped in Los Angeles for broadcast Oct 30 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Each program will consist of a three-minute statement by Sen. Bentsen and Sen Brock on the topic of the discussiozl8 intro- dueced by moderator Paul Duke, NPACT news correspondent. The topic will then be thrown open to a general discussion and question and answer session in- volving the two senators and panel of expets from the media, business, labor, education and local state government. The purpose oftheseprograms is to encourage people to get out and vote by allowing the positions of the two major political parties to be expressed on the various issues and to allow the senators to respond to questions from a carefully balanced panel. "The parties and the issues, '74' is being produced for the American Enterprise Institute for public policy and research, a non-profit, non- partisonre- search nd education organiza- tion head quartered in Washington D.C. KBCS will broad: cast seven other political broadcasts during October: Oct.7-- "The Role of Congress in Foreign Policy" Oct.8-- "Watergate and the Political Process" Oct.9-- "Watergate and the law" Oct 14--" The Presidency and the press Conference" Oct.21-- "Can Regulatory ag- encies protect consumers?' Oct 28--"National Health In- surance" Traffice Manager, Eric Horne has worked as production mana- ger, disk jockey, and general an- nouncer-operator : And Music Director Dave Tiger began with Bellevue Community College be- fore KBCS existed. He returned These programs form part of a continuing series, "Washington debates of the Seventies," wbacn KBCS will broadcast through March 1975. last spring to continue radio [ work. Chief Engineer Chris Gulacsik was an engineering student at the college until his graduation this summer. He also works as an engineer at a local radio station. Accoi:ding to Ms. lima o the 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. program will carry music, news and es- pecially information of special interest to students. Air per- sonality Grog Coe will check in with the academic divisions on campus to find out what classes have been cancelled each day. / KBCS has filed a request with the Federal Communications Commission for a power increase to an effective power of 100 watts. r00ixio rJ ot00t2es00e 5 os sex pe00oeut Former President Nixon's one- time National campaign director in the 1968 Presidental Election was arrested in San Diego, Cal- fornia" on charges of sex per- version. Dr. Gaylord Parkinson, who is currently a county planning commissioner, was the Chief Republican strategist in Califor- nia during the 1960's. Details of the arrest have not been made public, except that i)arkinson was among 40 other men arrested in the past month in the men's room of a Mission Valley department store.