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Pago.C GllEELEY TRIBUNE Sat., Dec. 18, 1971 'Nixon Dollar' Confiscation Js Termed a 'Closed Matter' ETHprr (AP) - The Se,-'.Service, lias confiscated the Great American Corp. 50,000 play dollar which caricatures of .President Nixon are printed. Democrats had hoped . to make political capital willi the satiricnl bills, about one-third larger than normal, which displayed a picture of the President; flashing the "V" sign with one hand while crossing the fingers of ( h e ' oilier, the words "Daddy, Sorebucks" and the motto "God Help-Us" on tire bnck '-....- The bills had been prinfqd'h Kalnmazoq,'packaged by New Horizons of Oakland County, Inc., nn- agency Which trains the handicapped, anci sold by the Great American- Dream Corp. to Michigan Democrats. New Horizons lost its packag- Tfw bills were confiscate after the U.S. attorney in D (roil declared them conlrabani No prosecutions were . ai nounced, and nono arc plannei U.S. Attorney Ralph Guy suit But he gave no indication ttia Hie money would begin circi lating again. "It's a close matter," he said. ing contract with the Great American Dream after the raitl by the Secret Service, which in November had. quietly confiscated the printing plates in Kalamazoo.. . Glenn-D, Smith, exceptive director of New Horizons, said Friday 12 handicapped workers liadrbeen packaging the bills andj Ibe contract ha(i -brouglv about $1,000 since September. Sheriff's Department FRIDAY .m. C:15 Break-in reported a 3ree|e.v West High. Thrc cymb'als.stolcn, valued at $250. 7;4d Break-in reported a ton. 11:25 - Possible kidnapping -Deaths and Funerals - QflMSON reported, p.m. C o y o t e hunters reportet trespassing on private propert; 22 miles north and three miles east of New Raymcr. 7:00 Emergency . message delivered In Kersey. . 8:15.. Emergency message. -10:00 ; Kidnaping and possible rape reported. 10:45 Girl reported to have jumped out of car in Eaton Officers requested to check on girl HURST j Felix Hurst ot Rt. -I,- Gree- i Icy. Husband o£ Mary M. HnrEt. Father of . Mrs. Charles ,\'orllirup of Greeley. Brother of Mrs. .Guy Hubbard ot Js T eoaho, . JMo. Grandfather of Steven Northrup of Greeley. Services will be held at 2:30 · p.m. Sunday, from the LAVood Funeral Home. In- v-ierinent Fairmount .Cemetery, Iiamar, Colo. VE1DENKELLER Fred Weidenkeller ot 2200 37th St. Hnslmnd o£ Mary Weidenkeller. Father of Dob R. Wetdenkeller ot ^Vult, Vern E. Weidenkeller of L^': Salle, Douglas Weldenlceiler, Ronald- Weidenkeller, and Sandra K. Weidenkeller all o Greeley. Son of .Mrs. Chris tina Weidenkeller of'Gree; ley. Prother.of Mrs. Nora Keys of Ault, Rnhon Weid- enkeller of Loveiand, Harry Weldonkeller nnd Raymond Weidenkeller upth of Greeley. Also survived by ten grandchildren. Services will be held at~2:00.p.m. Tuesday, from St. Paul's Congregational Church. Iri- terineut Sunset Memorial Gardens. '' --'. MACY ALLNUTT , MORTUARIES ilEISTER . . Miss Susan Meister of Sad, Morocco, formerly of 1404 15th Ave. Daughter of Mr. and lira. George Jlels- ter of Greeley. Sister of Mrs. nick (Roblrin), Fritz| ler of Oreeley. Grand- I daughter of Mrs. Carol Tucker of Billings, Mont. * Graveside services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday 1 at Sunset I Memorial Gardens. ROSS I Mrs. May Wilson HOBS ot | 1R55 17th Avenue, Wife ot ! Dr. William Hubert Rosa. Services 2:00 P.M. Monday from the First Congregational Church. Private Interment Grandvlew Cemetery ft. Collins, It friends wish, memorial giftx may lie made to the May Ifosa Memorial Library Fund, WINDSOR, COLORADO 5IMO.S- Wjlfcr Simon, of Route 1, Whidsor. H u s b a n d of M a r y S i m o n ; f a t h e r oi H e l m u t K f m o n of Windsor and Mr.s. .rrmn (Klsle) Bridges ot rioiiBton, Texas. Also H i i r v l v e d by f i v e g r a n d - c h i l d r e n . Jlrother of Mrs. tic-Drue / M a r y ) Kiebcl nl S a l i n n K . Calif., Davi- S i m o n of Scottsblufr, Nclir., and Henry Kimoii rjf Idaho K:ill», Idaho. f f e r v l e e H jj on . 'lay 2 p.m., Kaith United ( ' h i i r r - h of (;( ir J K |, Windsor Inlr-rmriiil l.alu-viow f.'cme- I"K lo do KO inny make I c o n t r i b u t i o n s to tlin luill,!- ' Obituaries F. Weidenkelier Fred Weidenkeller, 61, 2200 37th St., died Friday at Weld County General Hospital. He had lived in the Eaton-Greeley area his entire life. Born March 23, 1910 in Eato he attended schools there. ( April 6, 1931, he married Ma Wiederspahn.at Brighton. Th farmed for many yjars and : was also ; a; selfremploy painter and " mechanic.' Mo recently he had bee'n employi by the City of Greeley. He was -a member of i 'aul's Congregational Church. Survivors include his wjl Mary'j.v four - : sons, . Bob R Weidenkeller. of Ault, Verne E Weid.enkeller of La Sail Douglas . D. and Bonald 1 Weidenkeller,-. bofh of Greeley a daughter,-:. Miss Sandt Weidenkeller of'Greeley; h i mother, .Mrs. Christina Weider kelier pf-Greeley- a-sister, Mr Nora .Keys,.of r . Ault; thre mothers; Harry; and Raymon Weidenkeller, both of Greeie and ,Ruben ..Weidenkeller c Loveiand., ;pn.cblO grandchildren Funeral services will be a p.m. Tuesday at St. Paul 1 Congregational Church. Inte ment ' will be at Sunse Memorial Gardens with fh Adamson Mortuary in charge. Susan Meister Miss Susan Carol Meister, 2 of Safi, Morocco, formerly i 140! 15th Ave.. died June 2. 1971. She was born June 13, 1948 n Cut Bank, Mont. In 1959 sh came to Greeley with he family and altended Greeie schools. She was graduate Tom Greeley Central dig School, attended fhe Universil of Northern Colorado for tw tears and spent one year a tending St. John's College i Sante Fo, N.M. She had been a member o he First United Presbyterian ?hurch and was a former mem ifir of Ihe Rainbow Girls o Jreeley. ^Graveside services will be a :30 p.m. Tuesday at Sunse M e m o r i a l Gardens, Macj L;ill ULUKIL-IIV ML U.aO H.lll. ^[1 lie 1700 block of llth' Avc. )avid Piechowskl of'lOJ E. 20th St., also suffered Iho effects of yhlplasii, according to Ihe wlice report: · Allnutt Mortuary in charge o" rrangemenfg.. W. F. Hermann I»K fund of the h'nit)i Un- lied Church of Christ, "lllrlfifir. Worth Fail ' l.d ·'\ Four Seasons Florist send your message of condolences, and c r e a t e a beautiful floral memorial Ihe bereaved/arnlly.will remof/ibcf always »W Reservoir Rd, Funeral services were held in heycnne, Wyo., on Dec. 12, for Villiam F. Hermann of Car «nler, Wyo,, a long-time rcsi ent of. the Grovcr-Hereforc immunity. Hermann, a rctirci rmer, died Dec. 8 al emorial Hospital in Cheyenne e was 81. Hermann had recently made s home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arlius Evans, and a daughler-in flaw, Mrs, llancy Hermann, in j Hereford. His wife died in 1962. He was a member of the Lutheran Church and the Farm Rureau. Survivors include .'.even sons, 'Rill Hermann of Cheyenne, Walt and Art Hermann of Carpenter Arnold " J Kan., Arraignment Slated in Death COLOHADO SPRINGS, coio AP) - John W. Auld, charged iih murdering an 18-year-ol olorado College coed, will b, ·raigned in District Court Jan Auld is accused of kidnaping nd shooting Anne Marie Hei der of Littleton. Miss Heider's body was discovered in a pane truck near · Colorado Springs Tuesday. She hart been missing since Sunday night. Auld has been hospitalized under police guard far treatmenl of what officers said was a self- inflicted bullet wound in the head. An El Paso County grand jury returned the indictments Friday morning charging Auld, a 32-year-old construction worker from Colorado Springs, with kidnapping niurdcr. and first degree He appeared at an advisory hearing - before District Court Judge Hu;iter D. Uardeman fol- owing the indictments and the arraignment date was set. In the meantime, Auld will be examined by three psychiatrists to determine his men- al condition, public defender Brian Mullett said. El. Paso County Coroner Urich said Miss Ileider lad been shot three times and lied from peritonitis after a Millet ruptured her stomach. ie said there was also evidence she had bmeen sexually assaulted. COUNTY STOPLIGHT-Thc first traffic signal in Weld County was installed recently at 35th Avenue and 20th Street just west of Greeley. Examining the signal controller is Commissioner Harry S. Ashley. Ashley said the signal was necessitated by excessive traffic at (he intersection which he said is one of the busiest in the county. The project included widening and paving slioulders approaching the intersection. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart). City Traffic: Accidents . . Tlio Greeiey Police Depart- niont investigated Joim t|'0ffio Occidents Friday, one of which resulted I n . injuries to, two .lersons,. . : · . ·-. :'Alyiii'' Crnblrco of 2603. lQ.lh St., suffered a broken nose, and concussion when Ills 1971) ve- cl^ was'involved I n - a . three- ear accident al' 11:36 a.m. Bond at $109,000 In Littleton Weld Winter Wheat Paces States Largest Harvest By RON STEWART Tribune Staff Writer Weld County's 1971 winter wheat crop was very near slate averages in test weight moisture and protein content, according to a quality survey on Colprado's record-breaking 971 crop. The survey reports the 1971 irop exceeds the state's previ- lus largest harvest of 67.5 mil- ion bushels in 1970. This year's ^rop is in excess of 70 million mshels. The best prior to 1970, he report says, occurred in 958 when Colorado producers harvested 56.2 million bushels. Samples of wheat grown in Veld County indicate a county verage of 61.3 pounds test weight. The state average is 1.2 pounds. Protein Higher Protein in Weld County wheat veraged 11.59 per cent, slightly bove the 11.43 state average, foisture in the county's wheat fas slightly less than the state verage, 11.1 per cent to 11.4 jcr cent. But, the survey indicates, /eld County wheat was con. . iderably higher than the state verage in defects (3.43 per cent in Weld compared to 2.62 per cent state average). ' Tlie survey is a cooperative project of the Colorado Whea · , - . . . . "* iun,\,nanri.a V H J i C - L ' d l l i n U I Administrative Committee, the 70.3 million bushel harvest. Colorado Department of Agriculture, the U. S. Department of Agriculture C o n s u m e r - a n c Marketing Service and the Denver Grain Exchange. Colorado wheat producers planted 2.8 million acres of winter wheat in ,fhe fall of 1970, Hie report says, and some 2.5 million acres were harvested last summer. The record crop was contrary :o early forecasls that called for a mediocre crop of 53.2 mil- ion bushels. Those forecasts vere based on low moisture readings in many areas of the state in Hie fall of 1970. However, Colorado wheat eased through a mild wintei and suffered little from damaging winds in February and March, o'r from winter kill. Frequent surface moisture in the spring also aided the recori crop, the survey reveals. Winds Take Toll By June, 1971,-winter whea vas in "high lush condition 1 and forecasts were bumped t 74.1 million bushels. But hi dry winds took a loll on t wheat in June and by Jul forecasters were calling for The harvest, the survey i ports, went extremely well, had begun in the soulheaste part .of the state on June 1 and was virtually complete I Aug. 10. The report says 4(1-50 bush yields were common in f areas of the state, except the northwest, and some yiel( went as high as 70 bushels pe acre. Test weight on the 1071 cro remained about normal, hi very few samples taken for Ih survey - registered . under 6 pounds,- ,Protein : content wa about normal, while the harves vas exceptionally clean, th survey said. Lower Scale State Employes To Receive Raises Next July By GORDON GAUSS Associated Press Writer DENVER (AP) - Colorado tate employes, mostly on the ower half of the pay scale, will eceive pay raises totaling $16 million next July I, Personnel Director Robert A. Wherry said Vriday in a letter to Gov. John xve. The raises average about 5 ier cent-for workers who ac- laily will receive them and mount to a 3.2C per cent hike n the state payroll, Wherry aid. Slate employes in the top pay rades--many of them fechni- luban Defected^ With Plans, Says Paper cai and administrative posts- will receive few of the raises. The pay boosts have been ap proved by the Stale Personne Board. Wherry estimated 9,724 em ployes are affected. He said they are in 358 work classifica (ions. The pay raises are Ihe result of the annual salary survey made by the department to bring state wages into line willi those being paid in private industry, by the federal government a n d - b y Ihe City of Den- -?r. State law gives final authority lo the Personnel Depart- I m e n t to set (he pay scales con- jsislent with the survey. Love has to he notified of fhe changes, but is not rctjuircd (o act. ver. LONDON f A P ) - A senior uban intelligence officer has elected lo the United Slates ilh details o f . a rev/ Latin merle,TM insurrection setup, e Daily Telegraph said today. The morning newspaper, thoul ouofjng n source, said e defector was now in ihe nifcd States after contacting e U.S. Embassy in London, mhassy officials were not ailable for comment. The Cuban told U.S. officials, c pawc s«id, lhat Prime Minler Fidel Castro had arranged · I--..*-*- , ,.,n,i i i i i ^ i v ^ a . i u u l l t i u a l l O U g C l Hermann c,f, Top?Ka, to supwt "lib-ration" move- Kennpy Hermann of menls wilhin Latin American Chugwalcr, Wyo., and Norman and Fred Hermann of Ksr.nn- three daughters, dido, Ida countries from a n'.w headquar- « n , i : - / , - - ' ' a r n e ters in Chile. Jen ut'M.n'.s in (he Cuban If (be legislature declines lo appropriate sufficient money lo any agency to pay the salaries, fhe pay scale remains as set in the survey and^he department is required lo cut off enough employes so Ihe new scales cnn be paid. The legislature's Personnel Committee is studying slate salaries and laws governing them. Theoretically, the legisla- ture could pass a bill changing pay scales, but this never hat happened. The pay raises moslly will come from the slate's general fund, but some are from vari ous special cash funds. Sheriff's Badge Has Peace Sign In Middle SAN RANCISCO (AP) Sheriff-elect Kichard Hongisto is going (o wear a sheriff's badge with Ihe peace symbol In Ihe middle after he's sworn in next month. "Sure I'll wear i f , " So, u Ifongisto, 30, v/hcn he got the jadge at a birlhday parly Thursday night. "f plan to wear it on my official uniform and hope it (cads olhers to reflect on the kind of social philosophy wo must have n the Uniled Stales if we arc o make progress in solving our iroblcms by reducing crime ind making Ihe sfrecls safe for itoplo." McCarthy May Or May Not Be Democrat BOSTON (AP) - Eugene . McCarthy will seek the pres, dency again in 1972, prohablj as a Democrat. The former Minnesota sena !or told the New England High "- Education Association Fri - running now in thi. Democratic parly as I did in 1368. But whether or not I sup- ort the ultimate candidate o he party depends on what Is sues (hat candidate supports." He said he might run as i hird-party candidate if the platform and nomination pror cess at the Democratic Nation ' Convention don't measure up o his expectations, if a clear alternative to Prcident Nixon's policies isn't offered. His entry was typical of hi., unorthodox approach to poll- ics. He said his announcement vas "(he beginning of an ef- ort--I don't know if you could all it a drive or not--(o gel delegates for the national convention. A newsman asked McCarthy f he considered his action n ormal-announcement. "A f o r m a l ; announcement, e replied, "Is when you do it n the Senate, caucus room with mir family al your side, on't know what to call this no," Nixon Signs Wild Horse Bill KKY niSCAYNf:, Kin. (AP) it man's proleelion hifitorical- - With a salute lo lha young ly-for (hey are n living link '"' (!9 - of (he heroic people whos3 leflcr campaign spurred ils , ,,,, President Nixon has signed T i l l designed lo protect i h c - w i v i : , , · p ··· --· -- v horses and burros which roaml " ' n (r "" c of wl!( ' ( ' rncw f . . ·""'·N I HtJUl Vfitn-nv t i l l A n rr,,,,·** P MI.,,,., Tree on America's wcslcrn of Iho western fndians flic pioneers, lo our day - ... all loo pcarcc," Nixon ranges. places (he 0,500 - - . , in Santiago, headed "n b r a n d e d and unclaimed Jtian C a r r f l l t r o aro A|SD Mirvlvj'n/ Mrs. Wrscs and "· M0 · ^ : ,l'J V»ail ^O( I U L C I L/ iltnllUf,, fll U ""' "*"' "«JM * · p W ' ^ l / l\ U C ' Z U M l J I I J l K o, jloney, Neb, involved, according lo the Te'e- burros now on puhllc landH In 3 r« one a'isler.igraph. Ctrrnicro reiwriedlyi'l'e West under flin govern. "-'"'- "-' v/tis liaison officer In Havana rnent's protection. II makes f r 7 c ' "More lhan fliat, Ihey merit Mvln^ as a mailer of ecological right--as anyone known who has ever stood nwcd nl (ho In- ·37 grand- chl'drci'. Cho domitable spirit purl ghtcr cf n mil/Hang running ,|i 1/inw.i iu J i n r r H i i i "-- ·· j'- -*·»·*·»'»i-/u, n ···*i\' nt Jftin n-'cvarii durinf? his j killing or mo.'csling Hicm n fed- ..i',,,,, i , ' , , ' illempt h sllr up in; eral crime. I., ' "'" hnp;)y In lake parl In 'n n-i'iu'n t-i ii'7 i '"';',\ I,---, i- 1 1 _ l l l t c "iio.t lo wunivinfce Ihcir fu- fruileEs allempt lo'sllr up in- l e r a l crime. r:i': - e:'.!c'i '« Uo'lv'.n i'l JO.'?, those determined 'young defenders to (ho wilij horBCij who have helped 'give impelus to Ihis effort." ·; , ' : ' ' ' ' · ·' ; · Tn noscburj,'. Ore., ^v·hcrft a fourllj grailt! class of Kaslwood Klcmcnlary Scfioal s f a r l c f l ' . n project 'a 'year ngo lo ivln pro- Iccllon. for (he wild hnimals, , .fonn. BoWnger, (cschcj- of Iho cliiss, snld, ''nobody could give ' , , me n'ClirlMmns present lo (op (hat, I think the kids /col (he way. Miss" plfs bocriifie linrsei aflcr «hc snld !:cr pu- 1 A . 1BC3 vciilcl^ operated* by Michael Kratiss 'of La Sa|l§ re- qeived $350 ! worth of damages nind ''9,1968. 'vehicle: driven -.by Robert Gomez of .'Denver :re- qeived damage;, totaling $200 !cifher Krauss nor Gomgz was nj tired. . " ' . ' ' : " ..... ' The Crabtree vehicle received C50 .worth- of damage.' ·' ' ·An accident at .6:02-p.m.. in he center of the 700 -block of Olh St. resulted in about- $150 ;ortli of damage to g.lSVO.ve- icle driven by Mildred .Hansen, f 2014 8th -Ave. A 1972 'vehicle neraled 'by Charles · Kerr of icrcc received about the' same mount of damage. No 'injuries vere reported. . Two other accidents were nvestigatcd. The . times and laces of the accidents, together Ith the vehicles, drivers and amages involved were: 3:55 p.m. at 5lh Ave. and 7th St., a 19.60 truck, driven by Jay LITTLETON, Colo, (AP) ~ Bontl was set at $100,000 Friday for Philip Campbell, 3fJ,-H|llQ- (on, who Is accused of wounding a police officer nnd shooting nt-lwa others nnd throwing a firebomb at a sheriff's car, j . Campbell, held in Arapahob County Jail, was charged Friday with assault with intent to commit murder, two counts of assault- with n deadly weapon', and using a molotov cocktail. Ho was arrested Wednesday after police followed footprints lo his Iwuso from a field near the police station whore some ,22 caliber shell casings were found, police said, ·Lalo Iho night before, police said, two Arapaboe County sheriff's officers were'shot at, but riot hit, and a firebomb was I brown through a she riff's car, but did not Ignite. About 3 a.m. Wednesday, JLlt- lleton patrolman Robert Kraus, 'A, was wounded In the back as lie entered the police station. Ffe was reported in satisfactory condition at Swedish · .Medical Center. Tye of SOI 7lh St., $flOO, and a 1966 auto driven by Stanley Defken of 2130% 7lli Ave., $200. 8:32 p.m. at 30th Ave. and 10th St., a 1360 vehicle driven by Kay Carithers of 1940 24!h Ave., $500, and a 1960 auto driven by Holland Shoop Jr. of Evans, $COO. Crowd Size WssSlighfly Overestimated DENVER (AP) - Nearly 1,500 were expected, but only 42 came to register Friday during minority rally. voter registration Tfie demonstration started at Denver Indian Center and narched to the City.and County Building. The 42 .young men and women went into (hp Den- ver'Election commission office and registered while about 150 demonstrators rallied outside to icar speeches. : " Election officials said clerks lad been told (o cancel plans or Friday evening so they could accommodate a crowd ol up to l,5flO new registrants. The egisfration lasted only Id minutes. Actress Diana Lynn 3ead at 45 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Acress Diana Lynn, 45, died car- f Saturday of an apparent ar- arial disease at Mt, Sinai Hos- ilal, hospital officials said, A native of Los Angeles, she layed in a succession of light omediea and B movies in the 040s, such as "Our Hearls 'ere Young and Gay," "And ic Angel Sings," "Every Girl hould be Married,'' She'll Be Home For Christmas INDIANAPOLIS- (AP) - · Laura Knuckles celebrates her fourth birthday. Sunday, and five days .later she wjll enjoy her first Christmas at home after 3'/4 yeors in hospitals. At birjji the .bones in her chest were malformed in sucli a . w a y tha.t they squeezed the lungs. The condition normally ends in death, After four operations her ribs showed signs last January of growing and doctors slowly waned her from a special breathing device, On June 7 she left the hospital to go home for the first time. "The only Santa Claus she ever saw before was the- one who came to the hospital. She's 'eally, looking forward to goings' see'" ; Sg'nfq.this year instead/ of him'.'cohiipg to her," says' ler.jnothcr'^Mrs Frank Knuck-V es,--the,:.wlfe o f - a .high' school !|English'-Meachciv'· .'·:·- · ·-- Laura.'accumulated.'a medical bill of ; $182,842,- paid ;by Indiana Blue cross"; the Marion County. Public Welfare Department and the division of services- to crippled children of the:Indiana; Department of Public -Welfare; October ;Storm May Have Killed 1,000 Antelope RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) - A Wyoming Game and Fish Department investigation has-estimated an October storm.might lave caused the death of 1,000 lead of antelope ami injuries td up to 400 more 1 animals in southwest Wyoming. ' Main reason of the death and injuries was said to be fences in (he: lied Desert area. The report said it was evl-' dent that eyen though some an telope were able hould be Married " "Mv £ ' »«« ««'e ro negouaie the' iiend Irma Goes' West " ' -u '?- tho area ' man y ® e *' Meet Mo at fhl Sf?J'» ? r TM" . dle ?* r ""» of injurie^- Meet Me at fhe Fair'" You're Never Too Young," The Kentuckian, ifllis Story. , and "Anna. She was the wife of Mortimer all, the treasurer of the New ork Post. s As a 27-year-old starllet she ayed the female lead of Patty "The Moon Is Blue" on the ndon stage. As a child she as a near prodigy as a pia- St. .. . ui .iijurios 1 received from the fences'.: Game -and fish personnel found 50 to 400 head of antelope plied up in fence corners. Other, animals were found injurled. trying to pass through fences, Employes said they covered more than 65 mllcs'.of fence lines, on foot, in-ah/craft and by snowmobile, Tlio animals wert driven Into the areas they don't normally .visit by (he heavy snows. . Response to Video Taped ROW Greetings Is Heayy = f M,ni" nnd I '' co f ihank]ng-ihim..Vou! u 11011- urnillfl hnrv, I k n l 4U,i- -A ' , - ' iy greetings lo prisoners, ol nr has brought a heavy re- ponse from American families Melvln Uailey, a New York Icvisinn producer, originated e idea and has hecn ncgollal- g with embassies friendly lo orlh Vietnam In efforts lo get e lapes throiiRh (o prisoners, nlley has high hopes but no auranccs the tapes wtll get rmiRh. JJut POW famllJufl are show- I', up at television slaflons all cr Ihe counlry (o make the n-lo-five-mlnulc lapes. Tfis c a m e r a , r a n all dny Frl y in New York City. As nny a.i ,10 wero mnd« in Chl- KO Thursday nnd more In tlsburgh P'rlday night. Nine crq tape:! In Ne^vhurKli, r/.Y, n / i l l n u ' f i . ' i u u ' t u h n n l l ' n A l f A r CONCORD, N.H.(APJ~qpv. Waller Peterson, n Ucp'uhllenri, has endorsed- Prcsidflnt Nixon for re-election nnd snys n l d l l ' ' quested. Jnmwy. I T5ftllcy',fi!iy«.'wJicn It's .over, to 3M mcMn|[os wlll'b'o for- nided to Norlh Vlolniim, c u s s "I'vo.novcr Jiatl a rcsponsu ,'nnt like Ihls In anylhliiK," Hailcy cnld, "Tliuy ketip llmnklng mo would hope thai thosd people n'n' Ihe other side somelfpV'get the message." r, New Hampshire- In any wny fc- , / - ' I'i loving mimicry nf m'lr rionr ' - M n l U n r OV«n-dhiMhnr . " Hi" I i' HI) innHi |,i i,,, inlHnnil l,y |,,. r

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