Billionaire Still Plans To Aid POWs DENVER (AP) - A Dallas, Tex., billionaire who failed twice in attempts for assurances from the North Vietnamese that American prisoners of war are not being mistreated, Thursday said he Is planning "further action." H. Ross Perot, 39, told a press conference here that "the average American citizen can guar-i antee the release of these men." He said: "We know what the North Vietnamese react to, and we must keep the American people aroused." Last Christmas Perot tried to fly gifts and medical supplies to the estimated 1,500 Americans believed captive, but was prevented In his attempt by the Hanoi government. Last April he chartered a jetliner and flew 70 U.S. reporters and five POW wives to Saigon and Vientiane, Laos, to inspect POW camps holding Viet Cong and North Vietnamese captives. But his effort to report their names and condition at North Vietnam's embassy in Vientiane was rebuffed, .and he was denied permission to fly to] Hanoi. Perot then rerouted the delegation to aris, but there, too,, he was snubbed by the North j Vietnamese delegation to the! peace talks. ! Perot said Thursday that both' trips yielded a "flood of names- and letters from POWs." But he declined to disclose delails of his third campaign. Perot was in Denver to present annual Young American Awards at the 60th annual meeting of the Boy Scouts of America. LOV1NGTON, N. M. (AP) Finis Heidel, a Democratic candidate for New Mexico's Supreme Court, uses a comb as his campaign calling card. Heidel, a state representative, Is bald. Runaway Girl Identified In Kent State Photograph KENT, Ohio (AP) - Five persons in the Kent area say 14- year-old runaway Mary Vecchio of Opa-locka, Fla., was the girl )hotographed May 4 crying over he body of a dead Kent State University student. The five, shown a picture of the girl by Akron Beacon Journal newsmen, include two Red Cross workers who said they saw her at an emergency sta- ion soon after four students TOP TWIRLER--Here's Aurelia Alvarado, five-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Alvarado, 412 6th St., who picked up the first place trophy in the Class AA open contest held May 17 in Cheyenne, Wyo., in the under 6 age group. Two other trophies Aurelia won in contests at Westminster previously are shown at bottom of picture. Aurelia is in the kindergarten at Jefferson School. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) McCormack's Decision Almost Insures Albert Speaker's Job to spend more time with his ailing wife, the 78-year-old Massachusetts Democrat laid the veteran of the House. By WILLIAM F. ARBOGAST Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - John W. McCormack's decision to retire after 42 years in ^Congress virtually assures the chair lie has held for decade will go to his assistant Carl Albert. ... . \ cai ~uiu urviuiiuiiitui wuuiu UC In announcing he will not seek for Republicans to win control another term this year_in_cirdcr or ,, le House - m the fall c , c( ,_ lions. That possibility is consid- A man who shares this outlook, McCormack told ttie reporters, is Albert. "While I wil mantle of succession to the not be a member of the nexl speakership on Alberi, a 22-year! Congress," he said, "if I were, 1 would have great pleasure in in-lvoling for Carl Albert for speak- ii. ^ ' n r " wounded as Ohio National Guardsmen broke up a campus demonstration. Mrs. Jo Ann Smallfield, director of the Portage County Red Cross, said the girl approached her to ask who had been killed or wounded during the shooting. Mrs. Smallfield and her husband, John, said they saw the girl at an emergency station in nearby Havenna. Two students, David Averill of ivere killed and nine others'Kent and Susan Harriss of Pitts- burgh, said they saw the girl on Sat Kent State's Commons area, near the shooting scene, about 15 minutes before Guardsmen began firing. None of the students knew the girl personally, they said. The picture of a girl crying over the body of a dead student at Kent State May 4 was seen by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vecchio of Opa-locka, near Miami, who said the girl was their daughter. The Vecchios said their daughter, a ninth grader, had run away from home Feb. 10 May 23, 1970 GRBELEY TRIBUNE Pan 7 H A R R O W - A n irate customer paraded outside clothing store in long Johns. fMt fÂ«W rMMff* HTM M yw, yÂ»o k* (MUnf I* n. For Free Demonstration Call All Purpose Rental, 353-1540 Buckingham By MRS. R. E. LIVENGOOD BUCKINGHAM - Mr. Duane Castor and Larry and Debbie took Mrs. Duane Castor to the chicken Inn for dinner Sunday, side the Democratic party, the, c r only potential block to the IB- If Alboi "t seems destined to, year-old Oklahoman would be follr)w tlle lo "g line of notables i ' that have run the House, Me-' Cormack's retirement is cxpect- to set off a donnybrook for . ercd unlikely, although the GOP lll e Democratic floor leader's holds out hope for reducing fhel s P o t nmv held by the Oklaho- 244-186 edge the Democrats nowi m a n hold. McCormack, a virtual prototype of (he professional Boston Half a dozen contenders are : thought pssible for Albert's No. 2 job, with Arizona Rep. Morris ji me LMuicaaiuucH JJUMUII i- T u n i Â· i\ V i c ...... politician, surprised very K - , Uda11 makl " K , lh . e f l r s . f Â° r ; few with his decisio,!"lo call it al announcement he w.ll bid in the afternoon they visited;day in Congress when his term! for llle spot Mrs. Velma Castor in Morgan. j Mrs. R. E. Livengood joined] Fort .ends. Under Pressure He has been under pressure a group of ladies at the Farmif r o m many 0 [ lne younger Dem- Fare restaurant Thursday for! n( , r .,| s in the House to slcp luncheon, Ihe group was the down, and several of the party's. Census takers. I representatives had threatened Tammy Green, of Greeley|to revolt against his leadership granddaughter of Mrs. Altai if he sought another term as Green is spending a few days speaker. days hero with Mrs. Green and Dale. Mrs. Shirley Asyhbaugh accompanied the sixth graders to Denver Friday on a field trip. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mitzcl. and Mr. and Mrs. Orie Hill But in his Wednesday announcement. McCormack said this internal strife was not the reason for stepping down. Symbolic Race tidall, who lost a symbolic race against McCormack lastj year fo speaker, probably n be opposed by Louisiana's Hale:' Boggs, now the party whip and|| third in line in the present Democratic leadership. Others mentioned include James G. O'Hara of Michigan, Dan Rostenkowski of Illinois, Richard M. Boiling of Missouri, Edward P. Boland of Massachu- I setts, James C. Corman of Callin fact, he said, he would!, have retired two years ago bul| a jfornia and Jack Brooks of Tex- joined Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilljhe feared the action then would and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Gayle;have been misconstrued as dis- Hoffman and Jack of Hender-| loyally to his party in the wake In theory, tre House as a whole elects the speaker, but in reality the party holding the majority of scats makes the de-!l remind'lir^ffiX "' Si " R "'Â· CSiiCntial ^^m^S Dewey Miller of Colorado; Harriet McCormack, his wifcjÂ£ caucus al llle sUllt of Cllch Springs, at a Sunday dinner a l i o f 50 years, has been serious!"n the Elsie M i l l e r ' Greeley. Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Livengood Kim and Mike of Brush, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hcifncr of more lime with her. "For some years, Mrs. McCormack and I have been looking forward to a period of rest and relaxation." Brighton and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritz and John and Jeff This, he said, and not the Ford were Saturday dinner,charges he was too old and out guests at (he_ U. E. Livengoodjof (ouch with the younger gmcr- hoine. the ~ " ' '"' ' '"" " " fence, including President on who said the speaker never] failed to "put country above party--the national good above self.'" While praise for McCormack i was warm and widespread HeTirn'RnvbW incrcasin e in recent ' ears ' n Â°M' late h.im K a j m n n , _ _ , . . for allegcd | y growing out o f j County General Hospital.i"-' 1 - 11 . ; TM.' c 'Â°".'Â· ' cnl " li " Â°' ( '' all were greatly appreciated. i h e said in a lighl-hcarled ses- Roy Ashbaugh and Charles sicn with newsmen in winch he Ashbaugh nf Greeley spent against the Rcpubli- 1 While House. gave no indication lh:it hisj Another Matter Sunday' nt Ihe Keith Ashbaugh sharp-wit hnri dulled in the: Another matter of concern, nom( i ' ! years since he first entered the'not mentioned by McCormnckj Mr.' and Mrs. Keith Ashbaugh l' 11 TM^ in 1028. jnor any other polilican VVcdnes-! visited at ihe Walter Bussov! "Tie generation gap is a mat-'day, grew out of a'scandal that home in' New Rav.ner Sumiav| ler more Â°" the P art of l h e TMlÂ»'Â«-'"y Â« raxe(1 h i m lhis 5' eiir evening, as did " the (loorge:Voung than of people like me, Swansons. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Castor attended the Stone-ham alumni banquet and dnnco Saturday! night al the Stoneham Com-: mimity Building. i Mr. and Mrs. Diiiinc Castor visiled at the Drlburt Caslori home Sunday evening. ! Mrs. Alta (ireen and Dale' were hostesses at a birthday' dinner in honor of her son. Virgil's. Others present were Mrs. Virgil Green. Marilyn and Richard of Grcelcy and Mr. and Mrs. Kennc'.h (ireen nf Sterling, mid Tammy ;reen also of Gree- 1 v. |he said. "In legislative matters I nm still liHiking 10 y e a r s ahead." when his chief aide MarlisiN Sweig, and a close acquaintance. Nathan Voloshen, were in- 1 dieted for influence peddling. Flower Plants LARGEST SELECTION IN TOWN Â· 60 varieties Petunias Â· 30 varieties Geraniums Â· All colors Pansies Â· All varieties other flowers Â· Peppers Â· Egg Plant Â· Cabbage Miller's Vegetable and Greenhouse 2 mi. South on 1st Ave. (from Sugar Factory) TAGGED FOR SAVINGS SUNDAY PRICES GOOD SUNDAY ONLY! 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