The Cumberland News from Cumberland, Maryland on September 20, 1967 · Page 2
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, September 20, 1967
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2-The Cufflteflind News Wednesday, Stpt 20, 197 Gov. Reagan Warns Newspapermen To Guard Against Secrecy, In Government k Pentagon Says No B52s Lost In Vietnam War Khrushchev Son-ln-Law % Arrested ! MOSCOW (UPI--Alexei Ad- zhubei, the son-in-law of former WASHINGTON (UPI) - A Premier Nikitt. S. Khrsuchev , ,, . has been arrested on criminal Pentagon spokesman Tuesday i ( r a f [ j ( . charRes it wgs reported denied Communist claims that Tuesday. two Riant B52 bombers were l n f o r m c d so ,,rces said Adzhu- shol down Sunday over Commu- bei had becn ^^-^ before his nist North Vietnam. car hit g wom;i ,, pus hing a baby The North Vietnamese radio carriage across a Moscow! claimed that the planes were'street. shot down over Vinh Linh The w o m a n W3S injured, but Province during two different [he 1)aby was not h u r l raids Sunday afternoon. The nc ,. )rd j n g to inlormcd accounts report was later rebroadcast by of (he j n ' c j denl . The identity the Soviet news agency Tass. | the mo( h er was not reported. A Defense D e p a r t m e n t ! Adzhubei. 43, was the editor spokesman confirmed that So-| 0 f tne soviet government viet-built missiles had becn| n e w s p a p e r izvestia during part 'fired at B52's at the time and! 0 f Khrushchev's tenure as place mentioned by Hanoi, b u t j p r e r n j e r when Khrushchev was declared "no planes of any kind l o u s l c ( j j n 1991, Adzhubei lost his were lost." job with Izvestia. ·Tass rebroadcast a similar North Vietnamese claim last \fl o f Cnnfl f / C i n i f month that a B52 had been shot V l6 ' *-Of7g U5lfig down, but this was also denied in Washington, None of the big bombers have ever becn offici-l allv listed as lost in combat. Rocky Again P"««n _ f *"^^^ " « - · · · · Declines To Enter Race Will Launch New Superliner Today C L Y D E B A N K , Scotland ALBANY, N.Y. (UPI)-Gov. Nelson A.' Rockefeller declined'tightened Says Press Has Public Trust Deplores Official Agencies Who Want To Work Secretly By DE VAN L. SHUMWAY SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-- jGov.. Ronald Reagan, warning he "no longer has the ambition,,,,,,,,,,, ,, against a "loosening" of liber-| lo m a k e the run and ^ behineV"which" will Little Red Wagons From America May Help Win Peace In Vietnam By EDWIN Q. WHITE CAMP their two children, and was raised at shooting events, . the last screws Tuesday| (Ap) _ Q thousand m «di"f Ut « e »ws and * · · *v. tune 01 . waeons are leaving from thei , welded the last plates on lhc; Un f tcd gtates to South vietnami Tuesday to say he would not bow to Republican national j Queen leaders if they' wanted him to;Wednesday. run for president. The Queen will christen the may red wagons. She did. , them went to a Viet- derson. tad child "and it must have; "I thought we might get 10 000 miles on it by now," Ab- enough money to buy 40 or ^ W I V W I T » « * » » * ' · , v , ^ ^ _^ ,, « , t, *» tn l t l l * t r l * * n r l »1 4 ibott said. He gave the to a Roman Catholic priest ( t The New York governor, however, told a news conference ties, urged the nation's press lies, urged me nauori s press* ., . , ., ,, -, , o, , ., Tuesday to keep up its guard P«f^ of ^ ^J^^ ''f!secrecy- in government. i "You and I have one ; 'Would you accept the 55.000-ton vesse! at the cham- pagne ceremony in a Clydebank Shipyard, ending three years of mystery over the name of the replace the Mary and venerable Queen wagon idea. Abbott, a s o f t - s p o k e n 39-year-old Marine, got to think- , v _ _ _ ^ ing about it after he saw a Viet- QueeiTlEiizabcth on the" trans-jnamese boy dragging a discard- The $81.2 million ed ammunition box through the "This kind of thing more important, than people," said M. Sgl. William Abbott, who came up with the ^^ the word go t aroundj most," Abbott said, "but the shooting w ho helps handle the refugee|first families at nearby common," Regan said in a . . th 'P g in , nominat)on if ll were offered b y ?hip has been known thus far as mud of a refugee village near speech to conference the 8th of United annual Press the party leaders?" he asked. was the "Q4." With the International editors and pub- lishers. "We are custodians ofi the public "They have not asked me and _, , d ° . , , ... . .. conslder ll hkely - Rockefeller said. The Republican governor saidi Newsmen pressed him to the press had T duty to assurejmake that public officials meet their lines responsibilities to the people-- and disclose their failures. "I think by and large down [through the years you have done . SAIGON (UPD-Viet Congest that," he said. "But ·guerrillas an; apparently usinglsomeplape along the line there a statement along the of President Calvin Coolidge or General William T. Sherman, and he replied: "I am not a Mr. Collidge, and I am not General Sherman." Coolidge, who became Pres- i-ident when Warren G. Harding secret guarded to the end, , . U f " ( D - ' ) l - t K , = i L 4 ( - i A i i » « . : «*·- u f p w t %,141-ij u ._,...£, . -- I A W V , I J I , » v i » ^ l l » F ai A cil \3. J.1OI UUl^ The eight-jetBo2 bombers are: c a r r i e r pigeons to warn each has been a.loosening. Agencies! died in officei scut tled talk of the largest warplanes used in ;other when American troops arejof government at every level !seeking an0 Lher term by saying " " """ - - - ' -- - to perform t h e i r j - ' j do not c hoose to run." Vietnam. They normally fly ati c c m i n g i a , J S mi iit ar y spokes- are seeking altitudes too high to be reached m a n said Tues , daj ,. The system services by any antiaircraft weapon secms to W0i . k except a missile. For this reason, their raids are usually confined to South Vietnam or The spokesman said soldiers of the U.S. 25th Infantry [Division were about to engage a more and more with! less and less attention to the right of the people to know." Back Tax Plan North! small group of Viet Cong the Demilitarized Zone, beyond |, the range of most Vietnamese missile sites. A number of missile basesjwhen the guerrillas have been spotted near the | four pigeons. iMonday durir.g Operation Bark- l i n g Sands norlhwest of Saigon, released DMZ, been but they destroyed have usually! The birds flew off in different by fighter'directions, and contact with the bombers built. as fast as they were'guerrillas has seen ! scribed as "light." been de- Sherman, who won fame as a Union commander of the Civil War, told a political who urged closely a local bookie made Winston Churchill and Britannia as joint favorites at 3-1, hard pressed by Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Princss Margaret, John F. Kennedy, New Britain and Princess Anne. Missile System Won't Start Arms Race, US. Claims GENEVA (UPI)-The United States Tuesday told Russia and ether members of the 17-nation [this artillery post just south of'"Operation Red Wagon.' the demilitarized zone. I: Being pulled along inside, the j box. was another Vietnamese! child. ' ' "I just thought it might be pretty nice if they had a real wagon," Abbott said. . j He wrote his wife Madreen, in ! Stafford, Va., where she lives thing I knew there was h for a thousand." The wagons cost $4 apiece in the the United States. The shipping to South Vietnam is handled by -- - r w the association and the Marines. AssocTation'^oT America".' in; The wagon that Abbott gave which Abbott and his wife have.the priest is used as a display long been active. It snowballed model to let the refugee chil- and the trapshooters began'dren know that more are on the Money I way. __^^_^______ back in the slates about wagons, especially in the circles of the Amateur Trapshooting In a morning panel, economic [nominated, I will not run. advisers for both former elected, I will not serve." and will not be .a candidate. WORLD'S SMARTEST SAVER Passbook Savings is the most convenient way to save ever devised by Man. You add or withdraw any amount, any time . . . your money's available when you need it ... it's perfectly safe . . . and earnings today are the highest in history! Join Cumberland's smartest savers ... at First Federal Savings. O "Where you save does make a difference" PASSBOOK RATE per year, compounded semiannually. Cumber/cmc/'s own First Federal A S S O C I A T I O N 141 Baltimore Street, downtown Scarstown Brdiich, Winchester Rd., UValo President Eisenhower and Pres- ident Johnson backed the administration's recently-an- nounced plan to invoke a 10 per cent income tax surcharge. Gardner Ackley, chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, said tax- payers would be giving up very little with the surcharge be- cause failure to raise taxes would lead to "a new round of inflationary pressure." He said the money the average American would save if his taxes weren't raised would then be lost in higher prices. "This is one of the most elementary and fundamental lessons of economics," he said. "I urge you to help the American people to understand it:" Arthur F. Burns, who served as Eisenhower's chief economic adviser, said the surcharge would hit hardest at the after- tax income of corporations and | upper income groups. ot "Unfair" "However, in a time of war, ; does not seem unfair to ask arger sacrifices from those ho are best able to pay," he aid. Burns and Ackley spoke on a anel entitled "Where is the Iconomy Going and What Does Mean?" moderated by ermont Royster, vice pres- dent of the Wall Street Journal. Participants in a panel on air lollution- painted a grim, but .opeful, picture of the future chances for controlling smog in arge metropolitan and indus- rial areas. The panel, entitled 'Pollution: What Does it Take o Win?" was moderated by Frank Haven, managing editor of the Los Angeles Times. Sen. Edmund G. Muskie, D- Vlaine, chairman of the Senate ubcommittee on air and water pollution and author of federal egislation on the subject, called for joint federal-state efforts to jattle pollution. Must Join Forces "If the states, the local governments and the federal government can join forces," he said, "I am sure an effective program to reduce pollution and improve the quality of our environment can be implement- ed." Martin Block Dean Of Disc Jockeys Dies ENGLEWOOD. N.J. (UPI)-- Martin- Block, riean of American radio disc jockeys, died Tues- day in Englewood hospital after surgery. Block. 64, was creator of the '·.Make Believe Ballroom" radio program and its theme song \novvn to millions, of listeners. A 36 year veteran of radio broadcasting. Block was with \VOR-Radio in New York. He negan his career in Tijuana, Mexico, in 193]. Since then he held posts with KMPC in Beverly Hills. Calif., and WABC and WNEVV in New York. At WNEW he created the "Make Believe Ballroom" and hrsted it 19 years. He also was i song writer hi? most famous b?ing his own t h e m e song. "It's M a k e Believe Ballroom Time. 1 ' During World War II he headed the nation-wide aroup of 2.000 disc jockeys, the Army and Air Fnice Disc Jockey Corps which recruited over the ndio waves. A f t e t a year of r e t i r m e n t in TOfiO, Block joincn WOR-Radio and ran the "Martin Block Hall ;/' Fame" show. Surviving are his wife, the former Joyce Dicristoforo. six children hy « former marriage i\rtd one chiki hy his present marriage. They livt in Fort Lee. N.,,1 him to seek the presidency: '.'If disarmament conference its If;planned antiballistic missile system was primarily conceived Rockefeller, who is 58, was quick to emphasize that he did not consider himself "over the hill" as far as the White House is concerned; But, he repeated .hat he was "not a candidate to "effectively neutralizes" any Communist Chinese _ nuclear attack on America. U.S. delegate Adrian S..Fisher said it does not represent any acceleration of the U.S.--Soviet nrms race. Third Victim Dies TOULON (UPI)--A third che- mical worker whose lungs were seared by a mystery gas at a French factory died Monday night. Doctors had struggled 17 days to save the life of 23-year- old Bernard Nialane. CARTERS 'iTTLE PILLS. Taken by millions forover 75 years in homes like yours Water heater on the fritz? To' fast, turn to your Yellow Pages, You'll find it in the "W" (Water Heaters) pages. Whatever you need for your home, business or pleasure, always wear out your Yellow Pages instead of yourself. And then--just pick up the phone. Yellow Pages Cadillac presents elegance in action! 1 Shown »bov« It ttw Flettwood El3or«do, *· world'« flnul personal on b«low, the popular Hardtop Sedan deVIIIo. Cadlllao Motor Csr Division And the "inside story" for 1968 starts with the biggest, smoothest V- 8 engine ever put into a production motor car. Brilliant n»w styling · Dramatic new Interi- ors « Totally new instrument panel · Con- cealed windshield wipers · Improved variable ratio power steering · New disc brakes available · Wide choice of eleven exciting new body styles. Now. enter a new era of luxury car per- formance. Cadillac's new 472 V-8 has the greatest torque, or usable power, of any passenger car engine and the newest combination of engine components since Cadillac pioneered the V-8 fifty-three years ago. You will notice a b r i l l i a n t Improve- ment In passing performance that in no way compromises the reserve of strength for Cadillac's usual power conveniences. You will also be impressed with its amazing quiet--so remarkable that only Its responsiveness reminds you that a great ne%v engine lies under the hood. Cadillac for 1968 provides, In addition. Its well-proved triple braking system with finned drums to deliver smooth, straight stopping power.-Front disc brakes are available for those who prefer the further refinement of an advanced disc-and-drum combination, and this year they're stand- ard on Eldorado. You may also choose a greatly improved air conditioning system that moves more air more quietly. Whether your preference is for one of the more traditional models-- or the classic beauty ot the Eldorado-come in soon and discovernewelegance and ex- citement In luxury motoring! ,,,, Ofuetull(ei THE NEW 1968 CADILLACS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY VT VOUR AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER'S. SPOERL'S PONTIAC-CADILLAC, INC. 205 N. Mechanic Street Cumberland, Md.

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