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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - September 26, 1968, Norwich, New York
Utility firms area Industry residents View new tax plan see Page 3 the e Ning in vol. 78, no. 126 thursday september 26, 1968 Norwich new York 13815 10c per Copyleft in run Viet vote pullout san Francisco a vice president Hubert h. Humphrey declaring a the United states cannot play the role of global gendarme a suggested to. Day a United nations peacekeeping Force move into Vietnam a to administer free elections and verify the withdrawal of foreign in his boldest withdrawal from Johnson administration policies without Ever repudiating them directly the democratic presidential candidate called for a rejection of those proposals which rely exclusively on american Power As the guarantor of Security in areas of the developing world where we Are now Humphrey in a speech prepared for delivery to the prestigious Commonwealth club Here cited Southeast Asia As a Good example of what he meant. A the United states cannot play the role of global gendarme a the democratic presidential nominee said. A the american Neonile done to want it and the rest of the world wont accept speaking at the Birthplace of the United nations Humphrey said if he were elected a i will do everything in my Power to place International peace keep ing soldiers in troubled areas rather than american a nowhere would a United nations peacekeeping Force be More Welcome than in Vietnam to administer free elections and verify withdrawal of foreign troops a he added. The vice president outlining what he called a a new strategy for peace a and new guidelines for . Foreign policies pledged the United states can and shall have peace. The democratic candidate also suggested a n it a approach to foreign Aid. A the Era is certainly past a he said a when we were the Only reliable source of assistance to nations under pressure from aggression and from i Liverty. A the task now is not to March alone but to March in such a Way that others will wish to join in in using a new strategy for peace broadly based and shared by in my the vice president criticized recent congressional action for a mutilating the foreign Aid Humphrey again tackled Nixon directly on the Issue of the nuclear nonproliferation treaty now signed by some 80 nations including the United states and the soviet Union. A emr. Nixon does not share my commitment to control the arms race a he contended. A the wants to postpone Senate action prohibiting the spread of nuclear weapons. A the Choice is Clear a Humphrey said. A we can have a president who equivocate on these matters of life or nuclear death. Or we can have a president who will act to turn Back the arms race and save Mankind from Iii Sacramento wednesday night Humphrey told an Afi. Cio convention that Nixon had a a miserable conservative reactionary record on labor issues. The vice president also took a directly opposite position from one stated earlier by Nixon on the California farm workers grape Boycott. A bargain or Boycott that is the Humphrey said. Nixon had opposed the Boycott in a California speech in which he was heckled by farm workers. City couples son us won t fight red killed in Accident China talk the 29 year old son of or. Ani mrs. George Shpudejko 59 Henry Street was killed wednesday in a traffic Accident in Connecticut. Caladim r Shpudejko a 1957 graduate of Norwich senior High school was returning Home from work at United aircraft in Bridgeport when the Accident happened. His parents were unable to reveal details of the Accident this morning As they prepared to go to Bridgeport. His younger brother Igor a student Ai Syracuse University said the Accident occurred when a approaching truck lost a tire went oaf of control and struck the Shpudejko car. Or. Shpudejko was graduated from Rensselaer polytechnic insulate in i ii is Atter a Titch Heser Ved two years in the . Army and was discharged with the rank of second lieutenant. After working at general electric in Syracuse three years he was employed for two years for the Norden company in Stratford Conn. And had recently moved to Bridgeport. Vladimir Shpudejko besides his parents and y inn Ger brother he is survived by i wife the former Cathy ran Alii of Syracuse and a three year old daughter Lisa. Mrs. Shpudejko said funeral services would be held in Bridgeport. Nixon eases off on Border strength St. Id apr Richard m. Nixon apparently is scaling Down his Border state Victory claims in the presidential race in recognition of the growing threat of former Alabama gov. Giorge c. Wallace in the South. Nixon expressed Confidence shortly after his nomination that he could carry almost All of the states that ring the deep South but the Republican nominee now is counting Only Florida Tennessee Kentucky and Virginia As safely in his column. He says he thinks he has a Chance of carrying North Caro Lina Georgia and Texas but is less positive than he seemed a month ago. Admittedly he has found Wallace s third party candidacy stronger than he expected in the South. He contends however Titan launches 4 research Craft Cape Kennedy Fla. Apr a mighty Titan 3 rocket to Day successfully sprayed four military research spacecraft into separate orbits including one experimental communications Craft that could hasten the Day when Battlefield troops can talk among themselves via satellite. A a we be got All of tile satellites out. Every one is working just Fine a the launch control Center said at the completion of the Tricky 51/2-hour, four in one Mission. The 127-foot-tall Titan 3, the Type Booster which someday will orbit astronauts in the de sense departments manned or biting Laboratory blasted off at 337 . Edt in a spectacular predawn launching that could be seen for Miles along Florida a East Central coast. Weather variable cloudiness and Sunshine this afternoon. Fair to partly Cloudland Cool to a it. Lows in the 49s to Low is. Friday mostly sunny and pleasant with highs 65 to that Wallace a support is tailing off in the North where the nominee is talking of something approaching a sweep of the Large Industrial stats. Nixon taking his Campaign into Kentucky today on his Way to Tennessee and Florida says his major opponent in the South is Wallace and not vice president Hubert h. Humphrey the democratic nominee. He has forecast that Wallace is Likely to in be the Best third party showing since Robert m. Lafollette a Effort in 1924. But Nixon remains firm in the belief that the election will be settled at the polls and not in the House of representatives. His answer to Wallace in the South is to Campaign vigorously there. He plans to go into Atlanta ga., and Hopes that Humphrey also will Campaign in the deep South. Nixon obviously is puzzled by the political situation in Texas where president Johnson has made his Only Public Appeal for support of Humphreys candidacy. The thought that Wallace could split the anti Joinson pop. Ular vote and permit Humphrey to take that state s 25 electoral votes is disturbing Tim Republican Camp. There Are some worrying reports about Wallace a strength in Tennessee with la electoral votes and in Florida which casts 14. In his Western campaigning Mxon has been trying to rivet Humphrey to the Johnson record. He insists that record compares very unfavourably to that of the Eisenhower administration in which he served As vice president. Speaking to a responsive crowd which filled the Street for a City Block in Denver wednesday Nixon tried to hang the blame for riots in american cities on the democratic administration. A is he proud of the fact that under this administration a violent mob burned Down great sections of am inca s capital something that has t been done to Washington d.c., since the British troops left 145 years ago a he asked. United nations . Apr the United states told the . General Assembly wednesday night it will not oppose Assembly debate on membership for red China but it predicted peking a supporters will fail once again. . Ambassador William b. Buff told the Assembly a steering committee his govern ment will not oppose inclusion on the Assembly Agenda of a restoration of the lawful rights of the Peoples Republic of China in the United nations a an item that la communist and nonaligned countries submitted with a View to having the Assembly oust nationalist China and seat communist China. Buffum said the title was a clearly tendentious and prejudicial a and he added a fwd Are confident that As in the past this question will again be decided on its merits and that the Assembly will once More reject the Effort to deprive the Republic of nationalist China of its proper role in the United the closest the red chinese cause came to Victory was a tie 47-47 vote in 1965.last year the Assembly voted 58-45 against red China with 17 members abstaining. The soviet Union was not among those countries that proposed the question for the Agenda this year. But in the steering committee despite its ideology Cal quarrel with red China it supported the Campaign to admit peking. Over soviet opposition the committee voted 17-3 with 4 abstentions that the Agenda should include the annual report of the . Commission for the unification and rehabilitation of Korea. With the russians again in of. Position the committee voted 16-3 with 5 abstentions for a . Proposal to Combine three items on Korea under the general heading a the korean Young voter is outnumbered 9-1 yanks of a airborne Yankee ingenuity Cam to Tho ail of solid ifs Alt to ninth infantry division operating near Dong tam South Vietnam. After patrolling Waist deep through Muddy water left the gis constructed makeshift a a Bridges out of tree trunks right to make the going a Little easier. Czechs oust broadcasters but withdrawal up in air Prague apr the czechoslovak government ousted the Liberal chiefs of the National in Dio and television but still was reported today in near deadlock with the Kremlin Over conditions for withdrawal of occupation troops. The official soviet news Agency Tass complained wednesday that most czechoslovak newspapers radio and television stations remain under control of persons unfriendly to the soviet Union and that some czechoslovak leaders have praised those a leading the mass Media along the ant popular it was not known whether the Tass commentary was written before the dismissed wednesday of Jiri Pelikan and Zedenek Hejzlar who had been sent on vacations More than two weeks ago with the exile station they would not return to their posts. The Kremlin wanted them out. Pelikan 42, was credited with organizing the underground radio and television broadcasts that rallied the nations almost unanimous passive resistance to the occupation. Ouster of the broadcasting chiefs was balanced by continuing statements defending the Fortas filibuster in works Washington apr with the Long awaited filibuster against Abe Fortas nomination As chief Justice apparently in full Bloom indications Are that the first moves to shut off de. Bate will come Friday. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said after the first Day of head on debate wednes. Day that nothing definite had been decided. But other senators said they expected Mansfield to try to Force a showdown by the first of next week setting the stage with Friday filing of a petition to invoke debate limiting clo Ture. Although the Senate leaders did no to Label wednesdays debate a filibuster there was Little doubt it was on when Michigan Republican Robert p. Griffin a Leader of the opposition to for. Tas held the floor for two hours and 40 minutes. Griffin zeroed in on Fortas acceptance of a $15,000 fee to conduct a University Law Semi Nar calling it a clearly wrong in the debate so far Isnit directly on Fortas nomination to sue need Earl Warren but on a motion by Mansfield to bring it up for debate. Sen. Philip a. Hart d-mich., leading the fight for conf or a. Tion said that if a filibuster against just the preliminary motion cannot be broken a we might As Well give Mansfield said that if a first attempt to shut off debate fulls Short of the required majority of senators voting it is Likely that a second cloture Peti Tion will be filed depending on How close the first vote is. Hart said he was still hopeful that opponents would let the motion to take up Fortas Nomina Tion come to a vote rather than filibuster against it. In the opening debate mans Field called Fortas eminently qualified for Elevation to chief Justice but he did criticize him for taking the $15,000 for lecturing once a week at a nine week summer Law seminar at american University Here this sum. Mer. The $15,000 was paid out of $30,000 in tax deductible donations for the seminar solicited by a former Law partner of Fortis from five business executives. Mansfield termed this an unfortunate incident saying breaches the extraordinary Slation which must exist tween the supreme court and other branches. A it in be conduct of rank and file press radio and to workers who operated underground in the first week of the occupation. The Prague Moscow impasse results from Prague s resistance to other soviet demands and has caused several Post Pone meats since last week of top level talks in Moscow to rat Fly a plan for the pullout of All but about 100,000 of the More than 500,000 occupation troops czechoslovak sources said. An informant said one demand the czechoslovak have opposed is for trials of individuals accused by Moscow of counterrevolutionary activity. Czechoslovak communist party chief Alexander Dubcek agreed earlier to act against a coun Terevo. Lution Aries a but the demand that they be tried was regarded by the Prague leaders As interference Iii their internal of. Fairs. The soviet communist party newspaper pravda declared today that communist countries do not enjoy unlimited sovereignty. It said no communist government has the right to makes decisions that would a harm socialism in its own country or the vital interests of other socialist pravda implied that it is the Kremlin a prerogative to determine when such harm is threatened. Washington apr be Hind All the Public manifestations of Young America s political Power and influence stands the actual voting strength of the Young and it aids up to this they re outnumbered 9 to i. The . Census Bureau estimates that Only 11.7 million of All persons of voting age for the november election will be 24 or younger Able generally for the first time to cast a presidential ballot. The figure represents just to per cent of the 116.6 million americans old enough to vote. Against the backdrop of Chi Cagos demonstrations Campus unrest and swarms of Youthful workers Are these cold statistics compiled by government and private research agencies on the youth vote participation Young voters have historically diminished their Impact by turning out on election Day at a lower rate than their elders. In the 1964 presidential election for example Only 51 p a cent of the 21-to-24-year-Olds voted. That compared to 65 per cent of the persons Between 25 Aid 34, and 73 per cent of the persons 35 and aver. Tie average voter is 4 it Yeargo i. Unity you in tales Are subject to Many infill a rices b d Sage on their voting a inv or parents education eco Ornic status and the like. In recent presidential elections they have swung in the same direction As their elders although slightly to the democratic Side of the Over ail population. Education the tendency is to picture Young voters As ranks of College students. But Only about in por cent of the 21-24 age group is on Campus and the greater part of it never has been. About 3.7 million of the nations 6.7 million College students Are too Young to vote even though the voting age drops below 21 in Alaska Hawaii Kentucky and Georgia. Furthermore the 1964 partied Patton record Een of College trilled 2i-to 24.year-Olds was worse than the turnout of 45-to. 64-year-Olds who had Only an eighth Grade education. Living costs go lip again Washington apr living costs Rose three tenths of i a it or cent last month continuing 1968�?Ts sharpest Price spiral in 17 years the govern ment repo cd today. Big increases for food and housing caused most of the August Rise which continued this year s jump in living costs at an annual rate of 4 per cent or More. The latest jump boosted the labor department s consumer Price Index to 121.9. This Means it Cost $12.19 last no nth for every $10 Worth of goods mid services in the 1957. 59 period on which the Index is based. The Bureau of labor statistics reported at the same time thai average weekly earn Ings if some 15 million rank and file workers hit a record Peak of $109.16, up 29 cents. But the Rise in living costs More than wiped out the monthly wage gain. Ford motors prices in line with pm Detroit apr Ford motor co. Announced wednesday a 1.6 per cent increase in prices for its new models which was in line with the general motors increase and much less than the Chrysler corp. Boost. Officials of Chrysler third largest of the automakers but first to announce its increase in prices for 1969 models were reported studying Ford and pm pricing lists to determine whether to Cut Back on their boosts. Ford said its list Price in creases would average $47. Earlier this week pm announced an increase of 1.6 percent or $49 per car average which was approved by presi. Dent Johnson. The Chrysler in. Crease�?2.9 per cent or an aver age of $84 per car was announced last week and Drew criticism from White House advisers. Earlier wednesday sen. Gay. Lord Nelson d-wis., said he had information compiled by Auto critic Ralph Nader which indicated a enormous profit mar gins Are enjoyed by the Auto firms. In announcing higher prices for 1969 models Ford said that a labor rates will be up Moje society outweighs gun role Washington a the murder rate in this country is connected More to social economic and cultural conditions than to the availability of guns the presidents commission on violence has been told. Daniel Glaser a sociologist from Rutgers University told the commission wednesday that the poor and under educated have the highest incidents of homicide. Deaths from violence ire much higher in the Rural South and the Northern Urban ghettos than in tile Middle class areas of cities and suburbs he said. When asked whether states with strict gun control Laws had lower violent death rates Glaser indicated not necessarily. Patterns of living affected the homicide rate much More than controls of guns he said. However undersecretary of state Nicholas Katzenbach told the commission wednesday that stronger firearms controls Are needed. He said the bans on mail order sales of guns approved by Congress clo not go far enough. Katzenbach former attorney general testified most murders Are committed within the family or among friends. A you could make the Case that you Are Saf. Or from murder at 4 . In Central Park than you Are at Home in bed a he said. Katzenbach predicted the crime rate will continue to Rise the next few years because the proportion of the population in their teens and Early 20s�?the age group which commits the greatest number of crimes will continue to grow. Katzenbach questioned the emphasis he said was being placed on order in the concern with Law and order in this years Campaign. He said third party presidential candidate George c. Wallace sullies the phrase a Law and order when he uses it. The former Justice department official who faced Wallace at the door to the University of Alabama when Wallace tried to Block integration of the school in 1963, told the panel a a when the governor of a state ignores a court order and then goes arid preaches Law and order that term is As denigrated As it can than five per cent in the coining Model year a and that a prices of key materials such As steel aluminium and Copper have risen commenting on Nelson s re port before Ford announced its prices Emil , Secretary treasurer of the United Auto workers put labor costs Iii Auto production at 29 per cent. A if you have a $3,000 car the labor Cost would be roughly $870,�?� said Mazey. Pointing to what he termed the a tremendous profit made by the Auto companies. Mazey said a they could reduce the Price of a car by $100 and still make More profit than the aver age manufacturing concern in the .A.�?� today s chuckle americans Are people who feel Rich because they charge each other so much for things
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