Alan Joseph Kroboth
h i o n e is Corolla Department federal the e , Viet Cong Lists POWs To Be Freed SAIGON (AP) - The Viet Cong today released the namei of these Americans schedulec be freed in the next release ol prisoners of war. All are in the Army unless otherwise indicated. Other in formation on them has been pieced together from news re ports and Communist radio broadcasts: 1. S.Sgt. David Franklin Al Iwine, 24, whose wife lives in Phoenix, Ariz. 2. Capt. Richard Cameron Anshus, 25, of Minneapolis, Minn. 3. Marine Sgt. Jose Jesus zaidua, 22, whose parents live in Refugio, Tex. Anzaldua was reported captured southwest of Da Nang on Jan. 17, 1970. 4. Sgt. Jon Robert Cavaini 29, a Special Forces soldier who Radio Hanoi has said captured near the demilitarizec zone while in charge of a "se cret radio relay site." 5: Capt. Luis Gerardo Chiri cliigno, 35. 6. Spec. 6 Lenard Daughterly 24, Del Rio, Tex, 7. Lt. Col, Artice Weldon El liott, 43. i. Capl. William Aaron Gauntt, 27. 8. Sgt. Daniel Henry Hefel 22. 10. Capt. William Joseph Hen derson, 25, Milwaukee. 11. Spec. 5. Thomas Tern Horio, 26. 12. Spec. 5 Juan L. Jacquez 25, Santa Fe, N.M. 13. Lt. Cmdr. Philip A Kientzler, a Navy flier who reported shot down below the DMZ on Jan. 26, 1973, two before the cease-fire went int effect. 14. First. Lt. Alan Joseph Kroboth, 28. 15. Spec. 5 Tom Yoshihisa Kobashigawa, 24, Honolulu. 16. Spc. 4 Issako (Correct! Faatoese (Correct) Malo, 22. 17. Capt. David Phillip Mott 31, Moorehead, Minn. 18. Capt. John Stanley Mur phy Jr., 33. 19. CWO James Ernest Nowicki, Nowicki, 27. 20. Capt. John William Par sels, 27, whose parents live in Sarasota, Fla. He was the mander of a 101st Airborne Dl vision's headquarters company and was reported shot down a helicopter on Feb. 5, 1970. 21. CWO Phillip Dean Pra (her, 36. 22. Col. Benjamin Harrison Purcell, 45, captured on Feb. 1068, during the Tet offensive. 23. First Sgt, Donald J. Ran der, 34, Baltimore, Md., captured captured Feb. 1, 1968.