Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 21, 1972 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, April 21, 1972
Page 18
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- -PET OF THE WEEK - Say hello to "Buffalo," a nine-week-old male Husky mix pup, born with no tail; who presently is residing at (he-Weld County Humane Society Animal Shelter 8th Street and U. S. 85 by-pass. He and many other lovable pets are available for adoption, including a black Labrador-Husky, a Beagle, Dalmation-Labrador, and a while male neutered cat with one yellow eye and one blue eye. (Tribune photo) Anderson Says Editors Shouldn't Be Intimidated by Justice Dept. Fri., April 21, 1972 -GRKELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE;. 19 Carlelon Flynn Donald Nelson Flynn, Nelson Named To United Way Posts By HARRY F. ROSENTHAL | Associated Press Writer ] WASHINGTON (AP) - A lop Justice Department official has :old newspaper editors they ran :he risk of prosecution by publishing secret or sloJen government' information. Columnist Jack Anderson replied (hat editors : should · not be intimidated by such statements. The opposite views were expressed during a panel discussion Wednesday at the annual meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, an organization embracing 700 medium-anil large-size dailies. At a luncheon today the editors were to hear three Democratic candidates Tor president, Sen. Henry M. Jackson of W a s h i n g t o n , Sen. George McGovern of South Dakota and Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama. Sen. Hubert II. Humphrey of Minnesota, campaigning in Pennsylvania, canceled his appearance. Kevin Maroney, a deputy attorney general in the Justice Department's internal-security division, told a panel on press rights and responsibility that editors should check whether a document has been properly c l a s s i f i e d before deciding whether to publish it. An alternative, he said, is for newspapers to print whatever information comes into their possession--thus assigning editors the question of security. "One must ask," Maroney id, "on what basis dp they rogate lo themselves the ;ht to make such a serious termination. For alihpughHhej members of the press are par- icularly well informed, they do not and cannot have access to all Hie facts . . . whether a par- icular document or piece of in- ormation, which has been classified, should be published." Anderson, whose recent publication of papers attributed to International Telephone Tele- John Houlchens, chairman of trie -1972 Weld County United Way Campaign, has announced fh'e appointment of Carleton Flynh and'Donaid Nelson as his two assistant drive chairmen. .'Plynn, is a graduate of Lincoln, Neb., public schools and received his bachelor of science degree from the University o[ Nebraska. He was a division chairman of the 1971...United Fund Drive, and- is a .member ofV the Greeley'· Chamber of Cimmerce 'and B.P.O.B. 809.' Flynn and his family live at division KFKA Montview Blvd. He is cashier al the Greeley National Bank. · Nelson is a graduate of Highland High School (Aull) and holds a BA degree in journalism and speech from the University of Northern Colorado. He is vice president of the Sertoma Club member of National Association of Farm Broadcasters ant Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity He is employed by radio station as farm director. He anc his wife-live at, 1009 I3th Ave. Flynnr.will iie ; the assislanl drivel charge of fh City, of Greeley 'and Nelson ..wil be assistant drive chairman-b the rural drive; Senior Citizens' News By JOYCE SACK, Coordinator M e m b e r.s Only Handicap Handicraft-needlework is scheduled as usual for Monday at 1:30 p.m. in room 204 of the Recreation Center. The new project of the day will be bleach bottle hats. Those interested should bring 1 skein of 4-ply yarn and, if possible, bring a punch and bleach at 1:30 p.m. April 26, at ,anes. Daily winners of the leather bottles. The monthly Senior Citizens' potluck dinner will be at noon, Tuesday, April 25, in the Recreation Center. Dinner rolls, coffee and tea will be furnished. Each one attending is asked to bring* a covered dish and table service. Historical Hour will follow the dinner al 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, in room 202 of tire R e c r e a t i o n Cenler. T h e slides of by Helen program will be A l a s k a shown Kallenburg. Open bowling will be held as usual at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, at the Bowlorado Lane's. Games are 30 cents each with shoes furnished free o! charge. Anyone needing a ride chould be at the Recreation Center no later than 1:15 p.m The last session of the )owling tournament will begin on Wednesday Ihe Bowloradc third 3rd (547 each) Doubles-Lou Ell session are :Women's Singles-Viola Chrisman, 1st (589), Millie Alkire, 2nd (507) Ronnie Morgan, 3rd (564); Men' Singles-Carl Wood, 1st (568) larold Johnson, 2nd (562) Allen Moore and ['"red -Engel ied for iVomen's -- lolgart and Viola Chrisman, Is (1127), Rulh Cline and Joyc Sack, 2nd (1106); Men's Double - John Chrisman and Harolc Johnson, 1st ( H O I ) , Harol Coop and Allen Moore, 2n (107!)); Mixed Doubles - Viol Chrisman and John Chrisman 1st (H28), Mary Koehler an Carl Wood, 2nd (1089). A plus 40 Dance will be from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. in th Recreation Center on Weo nesday, April 26. Music of th 20V will be furnished by th Longmont Trio. Come to danc or just lo lislen to the old-tim favorite tunes. Admission is 7 cenls per person. Light refresh menls will be served. Student Group Seeks Boycott Over Vietnam DENVER (AP) - The Ad Hoc Coordinating Commiltee, based at the University of Denver, has called for a boycott of; classes at Colorado colleges Friday lo express concern overj U.S. involvement in Vietnam. "We aren't radicals but we are trying to show people lhat we aren't apathetic," a committee spokesman said Thursday night. "We would like to stress that we aren't striking or attempting lo close down the university." Students unable In join boycotts were urged by the cnm- rnil(ce to wear while arm h a n d s - ' a n d attempt l» divcrl class discussions toward the issue of Vietnam involvement. Harvey Greenwood's A to Z Auction · Furniture · Tool* · Miscellaneow Open Daily 9 to t for consignment Always a good Buying Crowd Next Sale Saturday, April 22nd 7:00 p.m. Harvey Greenwood Auctioneer Itt N. 11th Ave. 1 Blk. South ot Rlvtr Brlds* MS-OI ·ui. Dying Child Gets Wish, Meets Elvis ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- An 8-year-old Sanla Ke girl who has terminal cancer had one of her dreams come true. She met Elvis Presley. Denise was escorted back stage during intermission at the Presley show and lo a small trailer parked just outside Wednesday night. Her mother lifted her inside I he frailer, and there was Presley, described by the mother as Denise's favorite singer. He s a i d , "Hello, sweetheart. What's your name?" She asked him to autograph an Elvis poster. After intermission, Preslcj dedicated a song lo her, "You Gave Me a Mountain This Time." Trudie Sanchez, her mother, said she bought 'tickets for s Presley show in Houston in No vcmber, when Denise was in a hospital there. Her condition worsened just before he gol there. Her father died of cancel four years ago. raph Corp. and of secret Vhile House discussions of re- alions with India and Pakistan ocused attention on the issue, aid the government practices censorship-by-classifying. "The editors of this country lave demonstrated their patriotism and love of country just TS often as the people In the nternal-security division," he said. Anderson said he is told by lumerous government sources hat 95 to 9B per cent of matc- ·ial that is classified should nol tw. "This is not national secur- ty," he said. "This is political ecurily. "Everything that happens at Ihe White House is classified. Iverything that happens at the Pentagon and State Department is classified," he added. 'Wlien the decision is made, hey sit down and decide 'what should we tell them.'" Maroney said an editor dccid- ng whether lo publish secret naterial docs so at his own peril. "If the 'people's right lo ; n o w ' includes the indiscriminate dissemination, of- :cn out of context, of the free and candid exchange of ideas necessary to the governmental decision-making process," he said, "(hen the very freedom ol expression so necessary lo out democratic process will be the loser." Another member of the panel, Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D N.C., said the overriding CHICS- lion is "Iliis nation's com milmcnl to a press free from government control. "There can certainly be no irealer danger lo our heritage if freedom than an erosion of reedom of speech and freedom f press," said Ervin, chairman jf the Senale subcommittee on constitutional rights. "Indirect i s s a u 11 s by government, hrmigh subtle harassment and nlimidalion or from increased ·egulalion, can chill these freedoms and put them into cold storage just as effectively as direct assaults." Barges Carrying Fuel Explode) Burn After Ohio River Crash } THE LOCKHORNS "WHAT MAKES YOU THINK J.ORETTA'5 FROMTEXA5?' CANNELTON, Ind. (AP) -Three barges laden with oil and gasoline exploded and burned :oday after crashing into Ihe niddle of the Cannclton Locks on the Ohio River. Slate police said the locks, a major segment of the Ohio River navigation program and still under construction, were damaged. The towboal backed away from the wreckage minutes before the blast, which senl two [turning barges and a lake of blazing oil floating down the river. Deputy Sheriff diaries Jas- por of Perry County, Ind,, said (be captain was missing when the lowboat was beaclred several hundred yards below the big navigation facility. The Perry County Hospital in Cannellon reported deckhand John Dorr, 18, and cook Mary Mercer, 45, were admitted in fair cnodilion. Deckhand Sieve Johnson, 20, WHS treated for shock and released. The lowboal was owned by Mcin, Inc., Bowling Green, Ky. The captain's name was not learned immediately. "We couldn't gel to the wreckage from this side because of high wilier," Jasper said, "but the fire is under con- trol." · . « · · " Jasper said the flaming ol! and gas al one lime stretched: four or five miles from the locks and dam lo Troy, Ind. ·;', Indiana Stale Police- saia damage to the locks might rurf to $0 million. · vT* 'Hie Coast Guard sent culler's" lo Ihe scene from Louisville, and Owensboro, Ky. i. , . ^ "Let Us.Put'- . Your Feet In A ..Comfortable Pair' Of Shoes." .· ·· ' .' 9ll lilh. St."., ANNIVERSARY Y ' SAVE 3.12 PRIZED POLYESTER DOUBLEKN1T SUPERSTARS Pick from a group of highly spirited styles f Sunshine bright colors (Washable polyester doubleknifs! Juniors', misses' half sizes I Juniors' smock-look dress. Misses' jacquard pantsuif. QO Half-size separate-look dress. REGULARLY SI9 15 88 EACH OUR BIGGEST SELECTIONS OF THE Y E A R . . . NEWEST STYLES OF THE SEASON...EACH A SUPER-VALUE ...READY FOR YOU NOW! 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