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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield daily Telegraph sunday april 21, 1968 3?new defense Secretary to address associated press Cliffords first Public speech new York a to Clark m. Clifford will make his first Public address As Secretary of defense at the annual meeting of the associated press monday the opening event of publisher week in new York. He will speak at the Apps annual luncheon in the Waldorf Astoria hotel before 1,500 of the nations newspaper radio and television executives. Clifford succeeded Robert s. Mcnamara at the Pentagon March 1. A longtime Washington notable Clifford has been adviser to presidents Johnson Truman and Kennedy. He has performed a number of presidential missions including several trips to Asia. He was one of the principal architects of the National Security act which unified the nations armed forces. The a business session led by president Paul Miller who is president of Gannett newspapers. Will cover activities of the new gathering association during the past year. Seven directors will be elected at the morning meeting. James l. Knight chairman of the Board of Knight newspapers and a director of the a will report on new developments in communications. The members will hear the report of the Board of directors and remarks by general manager Wes Gallagher. Two pulitzer prize winners of the a staff will present a word and picture report on the War in Vietnam at the morning session. The speakers newsman Peter Arnett and photographer Horst Faas were flown in from Saigon to make the presentation. Both have covered the War continuously for the past six years. Faas who was wounded by rocket fragments in both at Bankers banquet a pictured at the annual Spring banquet of the Bluefield chapter of the american Institute of banking at the Bluefield country club saturday night from left Delores Van Dyke first vice president Sam Mcgee of Roanoke. Va., guest speaker mrs. Mcgee Warren Williams treasurer Zane Thompson Secretary Leroy Mabe guest and mrs. Ronald Summers second vice president. Mcgee is mortgage loan officer for the colonial american National Bank of Roanoke and associate councilman Lor District 4 of the Institute. French official says soviet defector revealed red spy ring rear de Saulle new York a a for that several Means used to see at the time he was questioned Mer French intelligence official it if his defection was a Kab Plant by the French Devosjoli was writing in life Magazine says a Len be j confirm that it was the head of All French Intilli soviet defector has revealed the gence services in the . Re wot Strati so a the a a Martel Quot described As a very Devosjoli said he resigned in network operating i High ranking officer of the Kab october 1963 because he had the soviet state Security organi been ordered to set up a French nation defected to the West in spy ring in the United states to 1961 and subsequently was ques steal american defense and no toned in Washington by Intelli Clear secrets. He said some of gence officers from a number of the secrets could have been of Western nations. A Benefit Only to the soviet Union. French government up to president Charles de Gaulle so closest most intimate the former official Philippe Devosjoli said the russian known by the code name a mar legs i Tell a has blown a the a covers of dec. 6, also holds a Robert Capa award for photography. Arnett was recently announced Winner of this years Sigma Delta Chi award for foreign correspondence. Both will receive further honors for their work in Vietnam monday evening when they Are presented citations at the annual awards dinner of the overseas press club. The a membership meeting precedes the annual convention of the american newspaper publishers association tuesday through thursday. Whitney m. Young jr., executive director of the National Urban league will address the Ana tuesday morning on Quot the press and the Urban mayor John v. Lindsay of new York will speak tuesday night at the Bureau of advertising banquet. David Rockefeller president of the Chase Manhattan Bank will be the speaker wednesday at the membership luncheon. The world press achievement award will be presented at the luncheon to g. Kasturi editor of the hindu Madras India. On thursday the publishers will hold a a press conference in reverse with sen. Everett m. Dirksen a ill. And sen. Stuart Symington do. The senators will question Frank r. Ahlgren of the Memphis commercial Appeal James k. Guthrie of the san a Cadi no. Calif., Sun Telegram William Randolph Hearst or. Of Hearst newspapers and Thomas . Vail of the Cleveland Plain dealer. . Cole Dean of the school of journalism at Northwestern University will be Moderator. Terms of six directors on the 18-Man a Board Are expiring and the seventh will be named to fill the remaining two years of the term made vacant by the death last september of Richard Amberg publisher of the St. Louis Globe Democrat. Heavy mining in Rockies 200 Kab agents including Brit ainu a notorious . A Kim Philby and an american army sergeant who killed himself a the Magazine reports. Other than one French nato i officer however the de Gaulle government has resisted pressures to Root out the spy network says the article in the april 26th Issue. In an accompanying article in i Rockies. Life John Barry of the London the mountains called Bart sunday times said de Gaulle. Moly Denite did not act because he feared i the effect of such a scandal on which yields a valuable Metal his government or because he called molybdenum used a believed a a Martel was a Cia strengthen steel for such things Plant to Embarrass him. Climax Colo. A like a thanksgiving Day Host spooning out dressing from a 20-Pound roast Turkey miners Are tearing Ore from the inside of a Mountain High in the Colorado Devosjoli wrote that a one of his i Martel a Early and most disturbing assertions was that French Kab agents in nato Headquarters in Paris were so strategically placed and so facile in their methods that they could produce on two or three Days demand any nato document Moscow asked Devosjoli said a a Martel displayed a vast knowledge of the inner Workings of nato and the French government. He said As automobiles and to Harden Industrial machine tools. Every working Day More than 42.000 tons of Ore Are extracted from one Side of the Mountain a an economic Boring from within. So although the Peak retains its 12,500-foot Altitude the surface along the mined Side sinks a few inches each Day. The mine which is near Lead Ville uses a computer system that is believed to be the highest level computer installation in the world. It is set up in the main administration building near the Entrance of the mine at 11,800 feet above sea level. Thanks to the computer movement of Ore trains on one level of the mine can be simulated. Engineers then can Analyse the effect of various rates of production on the traffic system. Bartlett Mountain has the worlds largest Deposit of moly Denite As far As is known and Climax is the largest underground mine in North America. Each 2,000 pounds of Ore give up Only 10 pounds of minerals of economic value. The mine has been operating for 50 years and has produced More than 200 million tons of Ore. Officials of the Climax molybdenum co., a division of american Metal Climax inc., estimate that digging inside Bartlett Mountain can go on for another 30 to 40 years. Magazine poll is confirmed new York Nana a comprehensive Survey of nearly 300,000 written questionnaires completed by the Magazine better Homes and gardens fully confirms the findings of private costly surveys recently mentioned in this column. Publisher Robert Burnett says 90 per cent of those who responded feel helpless in the Cost of living inflation swirl and that More than half insist the government take Strong Steps to curb inflation. Most who answered the questionnaire Are classified As a a average americans in the 25 to 40 year age bracket. Their voice is that of the american consumer of the next decade. If they pull a but strike it could undermine the Economy. Note flaw important Bankers and industrialists Noti an outstanding flaw in the speech making of All men running for the office of pro Sij Dent of the United states. Not one Ever mentions anything about putting an end to the inflationary climb in the Cost of living. As is most businessmen see Steep Price climbs ahead. They say the pressure is Only begin j Ning. Some predict controls will j be necessary because of a full i fledged wage Price spiral. Whereas 1968 started with Are j diction of a 3 per cent Cost of Livoi Ltd comb executives say it will be above 5 per cent. At manufacture Levels. Price discounts Are narrowing and some salesmen now blandly announce 4 and 5 per cent Price boosts. The increase for processed foods and service run higher. Retailers because of their own higher operating costs cannot afford to absorb the added Price costs. So the consumer will have to pay in full. Private surveys show that Multi millions of families will vote for any conservative Democrat or Republican who will come out with a firm program to Stop the skyrocketing Cost of living. Informed sources in Washington hint that if a near term armistice Isnit signed soon to a ton the Vietnam fit. President Johnson a guns and butter Economy is doomed that a Quot a a evidential directive Isnit unlikely to control the wage Price Snir Al but not before the upcoming Moi Industry a new waste contract due As of aug. 1, is signed. African Dove the red eyed Dove of Africa always lays two eggs at a time no More and no less. Shriner awards a past potentate Bruce Akers left presents a 45-year service plaque to Ray Graham and Jim Morris right presents another to Victor Devault at the an Nual Spring potluck dinner saturday at the masonic Temple in Bluefield. Six other Shrin ers received 20-year pins. Scott is nominated for second term j Fredericksburg a rep. William l. Scott was unanimously nominated for a j second term in Congress Satur a Day at an 8th District Republican convention. In accepting the nomination i which came without a Trace of j opposition Scott promised to wage a vigorous Campaign for re election based on a general mismanagement of gov Cement affairs by the Johnson Humph Rey administration and his record of service to District Resi dents. Scott who won a landslide i Victory in the sprawling District two cars ago by defeating Del. J George c. Rawlings of Fredericksburg said he expected democrats to nominate a contender against him at their convention Here May 4. And Felt a it will be a hard Campaign. A i realize when i was elected it was with the help of Many Independent voters and discerning democrats and i Hope and i expect to get that same support i again this even As Scott was being renominated former Alabama congressman Laurie c. Battle a now a resident of Fairfax county a was announcing he would be a candidate for the democratic nomination. Scott told the 160 delegates and alternates that the major issues concerning the voters in the 8th District and the nation were the Vietnam War crime and rioting and inflation. He proposed that a such Force As is necessary be used to uphold the Law a and said National priorities should be established to Stop runaway inflation and to him it seemed Quot untenable to Send further troops to Vietnam to fight in this War on the basis it is presently being Scott expressed the View the National budget should be reduced by eliminating All foreign Aid not clearly shown to be in the interest of this country and said he was convinced a great majority of american citizens Are opposed to any legislation for a guaranteed annual wage. Scott and 8th District gop chairman Jack l. Middleton of the Plains were named Dele i Gates to the Republican National convention in August in Miami. Although they will go. Uninstructed both Are Strong Richard Nixon supporters. Bluefield firemen put out Brush fire Bluefield firemen extinguished a minor Brush fire at 1309 Montclair St., Bluefield about 10.30 saturday Moring. Fire department officials said firemen spent about 30 minutes j putting out the fire which covered nearly two acers of land cause of the Blaze remains in i determined. A a powerful computer a powerful new computer can perform up to 16.6 million Addi i tons per second. A guitar amp Banjo y a �~��o�1�� card of thanks the family of Ople d. Shrewsbury wishes to express their appreciation to All their Many friends and neighbors for All their kindness extended us during our time of Sor Row. Special thanks to Rev. Ralph lager and the staff of Bailey funeral Home. All who sent food and Flowers. We thank each and everyone. Signed wife ii i regular and electric \ a Gibson a fender i a Martin a Vega a Gretsch a Gretsch or. 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