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Deaths, Funerals ^z:^™ ? Daily Record MRS. NINA C. SHAVER Services for Mrs. Nina C. Shaver, 79, of Carroll, who died July 13 at the Carroll Manor, were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson, minister of the United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Hymns were played before and after the rites by Mrs. K. K. Holley, organist. Pallbearers were George Renze, Bruce Story, Lester Perschau, Robert McKone, Robert Woodhouse and Merle Dahn. Burial was in the Carroll City Cemetery. Mrs. Shaver formerly lived at Portland, Oreg. MRS. HENRY LEITING HALBUR — Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Henry (Josephine) Leiting, 92, of Halbur will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St. Augustine's Church here by the Rev. C. A. Ahmann. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home in Carroll after 7 p.m. WednesdaV- Fr. Ahmann will lead the rosary at 8 p.m. Wednesday. On Thursday there will be rosary recitations at 3, 8 by the Ladies Guild, and 8:45 p.m. Mrs. Leiting died Tuesday morning, July 16, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. A daughter of Frank and Magdalin Hoelscher Schrad, she was bom at Arcadia Sept. 12, 1881. She received her education at Arcadia and was married to Mr. Leiting at St. John's Church there on Feb. 6, 1906, with the Rev. J. H. Schulte officiating. They farmed l'/4 miles west of Halbur since 1919. Mrs. Leiting was a member of St. Augustine's Church and Ladies Guild. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Louise) Bruening of Arcadia and Rose, at home,; a son, Art of Halbur; two grandchildren, Mrs. Louis (Shirley) Schultes of Dedham and Keith Leiting of Halbur; a great-grandson and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Herman Schrad of Arcadia. Her husband, two sisters and five brothers preceded her in death. Celebrates Birthday In Westside WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lueders and family, and Brenda Lueders of Omaha, were among guests Friday in the Leonard Schoessler home to celebrate Mrs. Schoessler's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilken and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schoessler were among guests in the Dale Rowedder home in Carroll Thursday evening. The occasion was Kevin Rowedder's first birthday. Saturday afternoon callers in the Fred Wellendorf home were Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Thranen and family of Omaha. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gerold Beck and family. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wenzel visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nixon in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hanthorn of Ames were among brief callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Druivenga of rural Arcadia Sunday evening. Long Life A newly planted date palm tree will not bear fruit for about eight years and will not be fully mature until it is 30 years old. But the tree does not begin to decline until it is 100 years old and some have lived 200 years! •••i IN MEMORY OF Mrs. Elmer Brus RR Scranton — Age 54 Arrangements Pending Dahn & Woodhouse] Funeral Home in Glidden DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES IN MEMORY OF Don Keith Linn RR Scranton — Age 49 Arrangements Pending |Dahn ft Woodhousej Funeral Home in Scranton DAHN & WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES MRS. ELMER BRUS SCRANTON — Mrs. Elmer Brus, 54, of Route 2, Scranton, died Wednesday morning, July 17, at the Carroll Health Center in Carroll. Arrangements are pending at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden. DON K. LINN SCRANTON — Don Keith Linn, 49, of rural Scranton, died at 10:27 p.m. Tuesday, July 16, at the Green County Medical Center in Jefferson. Arrangements are pending here at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home. WALTER W. WILLERT AUBURN — Walter W. Willert, 80, former Auburn resident who has lived at Huxley for the last 12 years, died at Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames Tuesday, July 16. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Zion Lutheran Church with burial in Oaklawn Cemetery, all at Auburn. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City. Mr. Willert was born in Sac County July 24, 1893, a son of Ferninand and Magdalina Willert. His marriage to Nettie Anderson took place Jan. 26,1915; she died May 17, 1960. In 1962 he was married to Gladys Bader, who survives. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Walter (LeVona) Oestreich of Auburn; three grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Elma Brown of Auburn. Besides his first wife, Mr. Willert was preceded in death by three brothers and a sister. Group Gathers For Potluck ARCADIA — The A.M.M. Senior Citizens of Arcadia met in the Arcadia Park Shelter House for a potluck dinner with about 40 in attendance. Following the dinner, cards were played with first for Sheephead going to Mrs. Anna Jons, and second to Harry Grimsman, who also received the draw prize. Pinochle , winners were Mrs. Clarence Schweers and Mrs. Vincent Wol ter man . Mildred Kasperson had high bid. Seven up winners were Mrs. William Badding and Mrs. William . Hannasch. , "'-• Door prizes went to Mary Dentlinger, Mrs. Badding and Mrs. Anna Noelck. The club will have a picnic potluck dinner July 23 at the Emil Hansen's cottage on Blackhawk Lake near Lake View. Anyone wishing to go may contact the officers. They will leave Arcadia at 10 a.m. The KOK Club met in the home of Mrs. Daniel Booth Sunday afternoon. Eight members answered roll call with a current event. The program was given from the NRTA Journal. Mrs. Otto Grundmeier reported-on "When Covers Told Stories" by Ora Dodd and Mrs. Joe Schweers on "Those Old Autograph Albums" by Margaret Shelgren. August will be vacation month. The September meeting will be held in the home of the club president, Mrs. William Jentzen. A difference of two degrees in heating- and air-conditioning units in United States homes would save the equivalent of 100 million tons of coal a year, experts estimate. Market?, Mrs. Henry Leiting Halbur - Age 92 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Wednesday Rosaries: 8 p.m. Wednesday led by Rev. C. A. Ahmann 3 p.m. Thursday 8 p.m. Thursday by the ladies Guild of St. Augustine Parish 8:45 p.m. Thursday Mass of the Resurrection 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Augustine Parish, Halbur Officiating Rev. C. A. Ahmann Final Resting Place St. Augustine Cemetery, Halbur TWIT GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $6.50 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.97 Oats 1.35 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) ( USD A ) — Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 4,000; barrows and gilts steady to 50 lower, 1-3, 200-240 Ib 37.50-37.75; 90 head 225-230 Ib 38.00; 240-260 Ib 36.00-37.50. Sows steady to strong, instances 50 higher; 330-650 Ib 26.50-29.50, few 30.00. Cattle and calves: 4,000; steers steady to strong, instances 25 higher; heifers steady; cows 50 lower; high- choice and prime 1,050-1,200 Ib steers 43.50-44.00; choice 975-1,250 Ib mainly 42.00-43.00; few loads choice and prime 950-1,000 Ib heifers 42.25-42.50; choice 850-1,025 Ib 40.50-42.00; utility and commerical cows 19.50-21.00; canner and cutter 17.00-20.00. Sheep: 200; slaughter lambs steady, slaughter ewes weak to 50 lower; choice and prime spring slaughter lambs 38.5040.00; cull to good ewes 7.0010.50. Estimated receipts Thursday: Cattle and calves 1,000; hogs 4,500; sheep 100. UfcJS MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDA) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: E s t i m ated receipts Wednesday 75,000; actual receipts Tuesday 80,000; week ago 80,000; year ago 33,000. Movement fairly active early; later only fair; demand generally good; butchers fully 50 lower; U.S. 1-3200-230Ibsat country points 35.50-36.00; packing plants 36.00-36.50; sows generally 25-50 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 26.75-28.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Wednesday 1,400; slaughter lambs steady Tuesday; choice and prime 90-105 Ib spring lambs 39.00-40.00, most choice 80-105 Ibs 38.00-39.00. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market sagged today in a lazy summer session on Wall Street. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 5.16 at 770.81, and gainers trailed losers by nearly 5-to-l on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was very slow. • Analysts said the market atmosphere was dominated disappointment over the failure of last Friday's explosive rally to carry any significant momentum into this week. U.S. Steel was the most-active NYSE issue, down % at 44%. A 25,800-share block traded at 45. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was up .23 at 77.20. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks stood at .24, down 43.02. The Amex volume leader was Hotel Investors, down V» at 7M> in trading that included a 34,000-share block at that price. • Rangers (Continued From Page 1) The group will also serve the city police when requested and given permission by the sheriff. Membership will include persons in each community. Since patrolling will be accomplished in all areas, including rural roads, farms, businesses, as well as communities, the members will be familiar with the areas since they live in them. Persons interested in donating at least eight hours a month to better law coverage may contact either Lloyd Kelly, or Roger McLaughlin, for more information and applications. Shaw said such an organization not only will give much additional manpower to his department but it will be at no additional cost to the taxpayer. COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Richard L. Behrens, 20, Halbur, and Alice M. Hoffman, 20, Dedham; Tom D. Hall, 27, and Anna L. McCulla, 21, both of Glidden; Ronald E. Bierl, 24, and Sharon F. Vonnahme, 20, both of Arcadia. New Vehicles Registered— DuaneSchon, Carroll, Ford; Charles M. Hill, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Arcadia Locker and Market, Arcadia, Flying L trailer; Lavohne A. Wernimont, Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Transfers- Estate of Minnie Martens to Corporation of Sacred Heart Church, Lots 5 and 6, Block 19, Western Town Lot Company's Subdiv. of Out Lot 2, First Addition to Manning. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Old crop soybean and wheat futures shot ahead sharply on the Chicago Board of Trade today under a good demand. The gain in soybeans amounted to 20 cents a bushel and in wheat, 8 cents. Soybean futures, for the next three sessions, will have a trading limit of 30 cents a bushel, representing a 50 per cent increase over the previous limitation. Soybeans advanced the limit of 20 cents a bushel for three straight days and then the new Board regulation of an increased limitation was placed in effect. After the initial buying flurry in soybeans and wheat, there was some quick profit-taking as prices retreated. The demand for futures was attributed to word that stocks again were tightening. Soybean meal and oil prices were a shade lower, reflecting some weakness in cash prices. Iced broilers were steady to Vz cent a pound higher in very light trade. Rain fell over the central portion of the country overnight and more was expected within 24 hours. This was a major factor in the early weakness of corn and oats. After about an hour, soybeans were 1 to 17'/2 cents a bushel higher, July 6.99; Chicago wheat was V/2 lower to 4 higher, July 4.24; Gulf wheat was not traded; corn was 3 lower to IVfe higher, July 3.31; and oats were unchanged to iVz lower, July 1.64. Theft Charges Are Dismissed COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—Two men who were arrested for car theft in Council Bluffs, are now to be released to the U.S. Marine Corps. Steven Turnball, 18, Shenandoah, and Dennis Walker, 20, Skowhegan, Me., will be returned to Ft. Geiger, N.C. Council Bluffs Magistrate Dan McTaggert dismissed the theft charges after learning the two were AWOL from the Marines. . Board (Continued From Page 1) Kolker, a Lake Mills native, was a partner in a Waterloo law firm prior to his appointment to the bench in 1971. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa Law School. Cook is assistant chief of the Clinton Fire Department and has assisted in public negotiations between firemen and municipalities. He has been on the Clinton department's negotiating team for 32 years and has been school board president for for 16 years. Loihl is responsible for investigating unfair labor practice charges for the NLRB and conducting labor elections. He is a Davenport native with degrees from St. Ambrose College and Iowa State University. The bus fare in Rome is one of the lowest of any major city in the world — 50 lire or 8 cents. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions July 16— Theodore Nam, Carroll George F. Ricke, Arcadia Mrs. Mary Riedesel, Glidden Brent Tiefenthaler, Breda Mrs. Agnes Heater, Coon Rapids Heires Hosts 13 Campers WESTSIDE — Weekend campers at the Irvin Heires' were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jahde and 13 boys from Jerry Rabiner Boys Ranch of Fort Dodge. Saturday dinner guests in the Verle Massman home were Mr. and Mrs. Mick Massman and Sharon of Council Bluffs. They picked up Tammy after spending the week. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Verle Massman and Tammy and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kracht spent the day in Ankeny with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kracht. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Meehan and family visited the Gaylord Lahr family in Westfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoover and family of Sacramento, Calif., are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kracht. Louis Vetter of Covina, Calif., was a Sunday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Nobiling. Mark Rickers of Windfield was a weekend guest in the Merlin Rickers home. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Dohse and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnold of Denison attended the S. B. Resolutions dinner meeting at the Holiday Buffet at Harlan Tuesday evening. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nothe, Terry Dohse, Linda Clark and Mrs. Reed Dohse visited Mrs. Mary Hutchinsen and her sister Rose in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson of Whittemore were Wednesday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis. Club Meets For Potluck MANNING - The Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the Manning City Park July 10th at 12:30 p.m. Thirteen members, and four associate members attended the potluck dinner meeting. Pastor Heinicke led the group in prayer and the topic entitled "Together in Civic Affairs." Susan Schilling gave the Christian Growth topic, which was a Bible quiz. Vice President Lorraine Kruse opened the business meeting. Francis Fielweber reported for the Plaza. Amanda Kruse reported on the L.A.M.L. Convention at Okoboji. Dorothea Musfeldt reported on cleaning the church. About 60 ladies took part in the project. Colene Lohrmangave the Mite Box Prayer. The group joined in the Lord's Prayer. Lois Struve was in charge of entertainment. Hostesses were the officers Lorraine Kruse, Genelle Kienast and Lois Struve. The Pastime Club met Monday afternoon. Twenty-six members were present. Cecelia Nickum presented slides of the World of Fun in Kansas City and travels through the South and Hawaii. Malinda Lerssen, Amanda Bogatzke and Felicia Campbell received prizes in card games. Lizzie Asmus and Edna Schumann were hostesses. Single Swimming Until 1901 in Great Britain, bathing beaches were segregated by sex. A dorset proprietor was fined in 1873 for allowing a husband and wife to swim together. • Railroads The Weather IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Friday through Sunday- Little or no rain expected during this period. Daytime highs ranging from mid 80s to mid 90s. Lows from lower 60s to low 70s. IOWA FORECAST A chance of thundershowers tonight, mostly northeast. Low upper 60s to mid 70s. Clear to partly cloudy PARTLY Thursday. High 90s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 91 low 64 i. today 69 At 10a.m. today 79 Weather A Year Ago- High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 88; low for the day was 61 degrees. (Continued From Page 1) on the C&NW branch to Ida Grove—his and those at Arthur and Odebolt—had agreed to advance a total of $132,000 for upgrading the line and work is scheduled to start by Sept. 1. But he said the Odebolt elevator has had financial reverses and is hard pressed to pay its share. He urged the task force to recommend that the council supply at least the $44,000 the Odebolt elevator owes, and to consider putting up the entire $132,000. Poole said the railroad has agreed to reimburse the three elevators at the rate of up to $50 per car shipped, and this would enable them to pay the money back to the state in two or three years. Family Hosts Dinner After Son's Baptism WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Determann entertained at dinner Sunday following the Baptism of their infant son, Bruce Alan Sunday morning at the Trinity United Presbyterian Church in Wall Lake. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ogren of Lake View, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Determann of Early and Mr. and Mrs. Donavon Determann, Donna and Sharyl \ of Odebolt. Afternoon callers were Vickie Bundt of Omaha > and the Rev. and Mrs. Don Gibson. Mrs. Emil Schluter entertained BCNU Club last Wednesday afternoon in her home. Prizes went to Mrs. Clarence Roth, Mrs. Leo Rohde, Mrs. Charles Duerenfield and Mrs. Vern ] Obman. Mrs. William Schwanz, Mrs. Lillie Kropf, Mrs. Jerry Comstock and Mrs. Lawrence = Wordekamper accompanied \ Mrs. Myron Maynard to Denison Thursday where they attended the GLFW Club picnic dinner at Union Park. Mrs. Henrietta Holms of > Long Beach, Calif, was among guests calling in the Emil Schluter home Saturday. She also called on Mr. Schluter at Twilight Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bundt, Keith and Lori, and Vickie and Steve Bundt pf Omaha were Sunday supper guests in the Tommy Johnson home at Sac City. The Bundts were weekend guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bundt. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dreessen and Tammy spent the weekend in the Bob Dreessen home at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cowlham and family of Odebolt spent the weekend in the Bill Kelly home at Omaha. Mrs. Bernadyne Kelly returned with them Sunday. She had spent a week in the Kelly home. Dan Kelly of Onawa was a weekend guest in the home of his mother, Mrs. Bernadyne Kelly. Better Control of Cattle Urged DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)There is a need for better identification of cattle, particularly feeder cattle moved through markets, says Kenneth Thatcher, Iowa Farm Bureau secretary. He said one help would be a record of all ownership during the previous 30-day period. "A record of ownership would alert potential buyers to tourist cattle and the need to be watchful for diseases that are associated with stress and the changes in climactic conditions," said Thatcher. One improvement would be to require a trip ticket whenever livestock is moved, he said. The ticket could describe the livestock being moved, including breed, type, approximate weight, numbers and any marks, brands or other identification. Thatcher said branding of livestock should be encouraged but he doesn't belive that farmers would support a mandatory branding law. His comments were prepared for the legislative interim study committee on livestock laws. $6,700 Theft From Vault . HARLAN, Iowa ( AP )—Shelby County authorities are investigating the theft of more than $6,700 from a vault in the office of the Shelby County treasurer. The theft was discovered when Treasurer Ralph Henderson came to work Tuesday, but officials have not been able to find any signs of forcible entry anywhere in the courthouse. Sheriff's officers said they have no suspects and no clues in connection with the theft. Reception For' Grand Master A reception for Harold A. Sulton, Grand Master of II Veil of Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Iowa will be held August 10 at Storm Lake. The 6:30 $2.00 plate dinner will be open to the public. For more information contact Lowell R. Saunders, 206 E. 12th St., Storm Lake, Iowa. There are an estimated 300,000 wild or unowned cats in Rome. ^Briefly* Tower Bombed LONDON (AP) — An explosion today rocked the tower of London, one of Britain's most historic monuments, and Scotland Yard said 20 persons were ininred. ... Scotland Yard suspected a terrorist bomb caused the blast. A spokesman said police had no confirmation of Irish terrorists set off an explosion June 17 that damaged the houses of Parliament and injured seven persons. Ambulances went to the scene of the medieval fortress where England's Tudor kings had their enemies beheaded. The Tower, actually a castle on the River Thames in east London, also houses the crown jewels of Queen Elizabeth II. "There was a terrific bang and a huge column of smoke rose over the Tower. There are police cars, fire engines and ambulances everywhere," a Port of London Authority official said. The area around the Tower was crowded with tourists. COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Former Army Chief of Staff William C. Westmoreland's bid for the Republican gubernatorial nomination has ended in a crushing defeat for the retired four-star general. Dr. James B. Edwards, a Charleston dentist serving his first term as a state senator, was a runaway winner for the GOP nomination in Tuesday's primary election. The Democratic nomination will be decided in a July 30 runoff between Charles "Pug" Ravenel, a 37-year-old investment banker from Charleston, and Rep. W.J. Bryan Dorn, the two top finishers in a seven- man Democratic race. Democratic Gov. John C. West was limited by law to one four-year term. WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Judiciary Committee is preparing to take the last testimony in its impeachment inquiry and then turn to drawing up proposed articles of impeachment. At least six articles, the chief one charging obstruction of Justice in connection with the Watergate cover-up, are reported to be drafted and ready for presentation to the committee in secret briefing sessions Thursday and Friday. The questioning today of Herbert W. Kalmbach, President Nixon's former personal lawyer, completes a 10-week examination by the committee into a wide range of actions by the President and his close associates. After Kalmbach's testimony White House Counsel James D. St. Clair will be given an opportunity to sum up the case against impeachment and the stage will then be set for the final act in the committee's historic proceedings. MARLIN, Tex. (AP) — Texas veterinarians are selling out of the vaccine used to combat the deadly anthrax disease which has hit the central section of the state, off icials said Tuesday. There was a similar problem in Oklahoma City where anthrax was discovered Tuesday in the stockyards, forcing a quarantine in the state. There are about 4,000 cattle at the stockyards, an Oklahoma spokesman said, and he hoped the quarantine could be lifted in a few days if state officials can locate enough vaccine. "One veterinarian in Limestone County Tex. has sold 35,000 shots already," said James Webb of the Texas Animal Health Commission. Dr. J. B. Young said he checked with two of the three national manufactures of the vaccine Tuesday and there were about 290,000 doses available. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) — Elmer Wayne Henley has been sentenced to six 99-year terms in prison on his conviction on charges of slaying six of the 27 victims in the Houston mass murders case. Will Gray, chief defense attorney for the 18-year-old high school dropout, says Henley's conviction will be carried to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, and he predicts the guilty verdict will be overturned. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The new state alcoholism commission will be asked to study results obtained by alcoholism centers in Texas and California , Gov. Robert Ray said Wednesday. State Sen. William Plymat, R-Urbandale, has criticized the current Iowa program, especially as conducted by the Harrison Treatment Center in Des Moines. Plymat said in fiscal 1973 Harrison had 1,700 clients but all but 500 were repeat clients. He said new centers in Texas and California have had as many as 60 per cent of their clients not return to drinking. SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., (AP) — President Nixon has accepted the forced resignation of Alvin J. Arnett as director pf the Office of Economic Opportunity. A White House spokesman cited irreconcilable differences over.OEO policy. Arnett said he was dismissed because he fought to preserve programs of the antipoverty agency. He will be succeeded by Bert A. Gallegos, 51, of Denver, who has been the agency's general counsel since 1972. Nixon will formally nominate Gallegos for the post, although present law calls for OEO to go out of business Sept. 30. Arnett's resignation was accepted on Tuesday. WASHINGTON (AP) — Job-health researchers say they are getting pressure from the Labor Department to tone down their advice on how to protect workers from industrial poisons. The pressure is said to be coming from the department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration, center of a new Watergate controversy also related to job-health rules. OSHA officials want health researchers at the Department of Health, Education and Welfare to quit recommending safe levels for industrial substances that are harmful to workers, sources say. SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) — President Nixon says he believes there has been "harassment on a massive basis of innocent people" by some members of the press and prosecutors in the Watergate case. And in an interview made public on Tuesday, he said "the chance to get a fair trial any place is impossible" for any Watergate figure. : He said that if the charges against him in connection with Watergate were true, "I wouldn't serve for one minute" and nobody would have to ask him to resign. He termed Watergate "the thinnest scandal in American history." ttiti:

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