Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 26, 1976 · Page 27
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No new clues found in Hoffa case DETROIT (UPI) - Federal cleaning up some loose ends," said Andretta would return next sources said tod*y a federal the source said. "We still need week, grand jury investigating the the break." Andretta earlier spent w disappearance of formerTeam- The grand jury has tried for days in federal prison on a sters Union chief James Hoffa months to learn how and why contempt citation and popped in has uncovered no major leads Hoffa vanished from outside a and out of the grand jury room or clues despite a flurry of suburban Detroit restaurant 1,117 times over nine days activity over the past two days. July 30. l»'° re a fcderal J ud S e earlier The sources said the appear- One of Wednesday's witnes- this month lifted the contempt ances of two New Jersey ses, Stephen Andretta of Little order and set him free. Teamster witnesses, one of Ferry, N.J., made three brief Andretta also is a relative or appearances in as many associate of three other New minutes, then left. Jersey men named by a His lawyer said Andretta was government informer as par- excused from further tes- ticipants in Hoffa's disap- them the brother of a man Hoffa said he was meeting the day he disappeared last summer, did not constitute a break. "They (the grand jurors) are timonv. but authorities later pearance. DOWNTOWN DAYS FINAL CLEAN-UP Shuffle team These four Astronauts will make the first test flights of the space shuttle, a spacecraft that resembles an airplane. Astronauts Fred Haise, commander; Charles Fullerton, pilot, Joe Engle, commander, and Hichard Truly, will make all the test flights up to the first orbital flight of the spacecraft. Their lauch vehicle will be a 747. The four held a news conference Wednesday at the Houston Johnson Space Center. (AP Wirephoto) Carter, Ford claim voting momentum By LEWIS LORD United Press International Jimmy Carter and President Ford have found a handy word in their campaign vocabulary -- momentum. Each claims to have it, on the strength of first place showings in the New Hampshire primary. They say it will last through this summer's nominating conventions. All eight major Democratic candidates have dived into campaigning in Massachusetts without drawing a deep breath after New Hampshire. Ford is heading for Florida this weekend and Ronald Reagan is campaigning in Illinois. Carter said his 30 per cent showing in a field of five Democrats in New Hampshire gave him "tremendous momentum." He predicted he will be nominated on the first ballot in the national convention in NCIV York. Ford said he was ' 'very happy" with his 51 per cent to 49 per cent win over Ronald Reagan. "With the momentum we have, I'm confident we'll end up in Kansas City with a good victory and Nov. 2 with a bigger one," he said. Neither Republican plans to campaign for next Tuesday's primary in Massachusetts, the only state to vote Democratic in the 1972 presidential election. But Massachusetts is a major battleground for the Democrats. "We are playing with a full deck here," said Democratic hopeful Morris Udall in Boston. "All the candidates arc in the race." Udail, who finished second in New Hampshire, said his candidacy will by "in real trouble" unless he can gain first place in Massachusetts among "the progressives." He identified them as all the candidates except Carter, Henry Jackson and George Wallace. Assistant Senate GOP leader Robert Griffin termed the March 9 Florida primary crucial. If Ford wins there, he said, "Mr. Reagan, as a practical matter, will be out of the race." Reagan, politicking in Champaign, III., said it will be "an accomplishment" if he gels 40 per cent of the vote in Illinois' March 16 primary -- the same thing he had said about New Hampshire's primary before it was held. C/4 seeking fo (ease spy ship WASHINGTON (AP) Unable to find a use for the CIA's multi-million dollar Glo- mar Explorer, the government is trying to lease the spy ship to private industry for deep-sea mining, according to industry and government officials. But executives for two of the three corporations that government officials hoped might submit bids expressed no interest in the sophisticated vessel, which was used by the CIA to recover part of a Russian submarine from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. "It's a white elephant that just attracts attention," an executive for International Nickel Co. said of the ship, which was built under a secret agreement between the CIA and a corporation controlled by reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes. "The possibilities (of leasing the Glomar) are quite minimal," said an executive for Dcepsea Ventures, a Tenneco Inc., subsidiary. Marne Dubs, head of Kenne- cott Copper Inc.'s deep-sea mining division, was the only executive queried by a reporter who seemed interested in the Glomar, calling it "probably the most important new ocean engineering tool that's been created in recent years." 100 s'n'oes WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S Short Lots and odds and ends Reg. to 19.99 isoP,, WOMEN'S DRESS . 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Four hand-palntd patterns to choose from: 'Wlldflower' in shades of yellow, green and brown; 'Floreal' In shades of green, brown and orange; 'Rushwood,' In shades of yellow, gold and brown; and 'Accent Brown' solid cream with brown trim. China, Second Floor. Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. 9:30 to 8:30, Friday. Telephone 353-2111. th, Downtown Greeley

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