Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1972 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, April 28, 1972
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:i4 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Fri., April 28, 1972 ' Jox Reform Idea ','·'; OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) ''For the first time in more than - a month, said Gov. Dan Evans, "I've heard a new idea on (ax reform." cussed a bill !n the Youth Legislature to legalize prostitution. "The state would run the prostitution, and the prostitutes would bo slate employes," said Heiman. "That way, the profits ..YMCA youth Coy. Mark Rci- fiom prostitution-^would'go-to who joined Evans at his free health services and money Shews conference, had just d!s CUSTOM HOMES · EVERYTHING IN ONE COMPLETE PACKAGE! WE DESIGN, PLAN, BUILD FINANCING VA, FHA, Conventional Tips for U.N. WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) -- Tlie recent visit of the Chinese table tennis team to Wil- llamsburg is going to make a U.N. agency about $75 richer. The sum represents half the tips received by a dozen College of William and Mary stu- ost men mow..some manicure f you do- The SPORTLAWN® byTOROisforyou. '·%i The SPORTLAWN® cuts your lawn like a pair ·jrg of finely-honed surgical scissors. Snips it off clean gj --eliminates brown tips. Choose either a Lo-Cut g: reel (6 blades) or a Hi-Cut reel (5 blades)--both :j:: specially designed to do a very special job. Priced from $149.95' We accept, trades.-- TORO ANDERSON SEED CO. 714 10th St. ALL TRAFFIC STOPPED - Traffic on Colorado Interstate 25 was stopped both north and south of Castle Rock Wednesday afternoon as a late spring snowstorm hit the nrea. Visibility was zero and blowing snow drifted over the road between Denver and Colorado Springs. Many motorists were given shelter in Castle Rock. The United Methodist Church in Castle Rock estimated 200 persons were sheltered and fed. (AP Wirephoto) McGovern Picking Up Endorsements Since Muskie Left Primary Races By DON McLEOD Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- With Edmund S. Muskie retired from active campaigning George McGovern has picked up more endorsements for the Democratic presidential race that appears to have narrowed to a battle with Hubert H. Humphrey. After Muskie quit the primaries, race Thursday, Sen. Fred Harris, himself a former candidate for the nomination! cast his lot with McGovern. Harris previously had been uncommitted. Cliff Larson, Democratic chairman in Iowa and a backer of Muskic, announced he w a s switching support to McGovern but retaining the right to return to Muskie, depending on what happens at the Miami Beach convention. And : sources in Ihe McGovern camp said Sen. Abraham Ribi- coff, D-Conn., who hag stayed out of the battle, would endorse McGovern today. It was Hibi- coff who nominated McGovern at the 1968-Chicago convention. 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He told The Washington"' Post n an interview: "I think I've ?ot the skill and- the common sense to quiet the fears of those people and bring them on board at some point ... "As we move along and time permits, I'll be- calling on the ;arly leaders in many stales," McGovern said! "I think that's the best way I can answer their anxiety about whether · I want to work with them." Muskie arid Humphrey have 3een sharing organized labor's support. Muskie has had a number of endorsements from state Democratic organizations. "Some of the more rigid pur- isls in niy camp don't even want me to talk .to those people," McGovern said. "But they've got to understand :hat I am a politican, and if I'm going to be the leader of :his. country, I've got to have communications with all segments of the country." Before Muskie withdrew from .he primaries Thursday, it ap- jeared he, Humphrey and VlcGovern would go to Miami 3 e a c h w i t h d e l e g a t e s lopelessly split three ways. Now, it probably will become two-way split. But matters will be complicated by George Wallace, who will make it a three-way race in some slates and .take a sizable minority )Ioc of votes to the convention. Since Muskie didn't quit as a candidate, only as a campaigner in the primaries, he holds onto Ihe delegates he has won and may even add some since his name stays on the primary bal- it. But he told his supporters Ihey are free to look elsewhere. One result could be that Mus- tie becomes another kind of r o n t-runner -- leader omong hose on the outside looking in and hoping for lightning to strike. If McGovern and Humphrey ieadlock Ihe convention, Music, sitting on the sidelines with a core of votes, could be the aeneficiary when weary delegates begin to look around for a second choice. Tills option changes the pic- lure in which Sen. Edward M. icnnedy had been cast as the reluctant darkhorse of- a convention lied up three ways bc- ween Muskie, McGovern and Humphrey. He now has been oined mi the sidelines by an unreluctant Muskie. McGovern made no quick claims of good fortune over Muskie's decision except to say 'I can't mourn when one of the competitors steps to the sid- lines." He has been battling up- liill nil along nnyway. But Humphrey prediclcd he would be the beneficiary. "It Is my judgment that both Sen. Muskie and I have shared what I have termed--ami [ think rightly so--a progressive, vital center of the Democratic party," Humphrey said. "As to his withdrawal as an active candidate--I would think Dish Back on Display CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) Following minor restoration, t 2,500-yenr-oId gold dish valued nt $250,880 will be on display again at the Cincinnati Art Museum. The libation dish of Darius Ihe Great of Persia was stolen from the museum Tuesday night and a paper plate painted gold was placed in its display case. The real dish was recovered lafe Wednesday night In wooded area on tho cast side of Ihe city. 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