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Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 18, 1968, Colorado Springs, Colorado Colorado Springs a a photo irn ild be a Man must of a mom cd form int. A a Raj pm Waldo Emerson Mil newspaper weather forecast pikes Peak Region partly Cloudy through sunday with a Chance of afternoon or evening showers. Occasionally Windy this afternoon. High today near 65 Low tonight 35 to 40 degrees. Precipitation probability is 30 per cent today and tonight. Of. 31.1 l la of 7lli ear both a Ami up dial 632-Imi Colorado Springs it Vii Row. M \3 18. 1968 i8r daily 20r sunday three Section 32 pages mistake shows who i gets most resurrect n City it Imi or the i re in iou ton in right Nghi to Gnu Odas Era Man Tian Large tent in iou or dining area and Gen meeting Hall for members of the h. Fun Oil by the Southern Chris leadership conference. I a wire photo . To Transfer Fine Silver to stockpile bran Brol is Ard Ltd Arette Telegraph staff writer or f a cautionary nub pending transier id in his release the govern men1 poor people need s3 million to finish Job it Ira far k it James a i a Idaho t said in a statement just beware the end of the it a wok to the Gazette Tele a funding about them Ltd lures Ltd a provided holds True to its Unrod the Pend my Transfer is of utmost importance that this Transfer should be made in the highest Grade Silver i it a matter of ire Mendouse importance to All americans because the Stock pile is composed of materials to be used in the event of another prepared world War noting that the Treasury turn to Page a2. Column 3 or in Al it Gen my Atlanta a api Chrysler corp has demonstrated wholly inadvertently of course that it is almost impartial in politics it contributes to both parts the facts began to come to ight Friday when James Gray of Albany. A. The state democratic party chairman opened a letter and found some $800 in checks from Chrysler executives All made out to the Republican party a covering letter from t k men \ Ier. Manager of legislative relations for Chrysler said the checks were for the state Republican party As wed As the Dekalb county Republican committee Gray. A newspaper publisher and radio and television execute i immediately issued a statement saying. A i thank or metes Ter and Chrysler and the individuals involved at least subconsciously they must be democrats Quot h e added that be had r e i u c t a n t by forwarded the Cheeks to g Paul Jones of Macon the Georgia Republican state chairman Jones contacted by the associated press said he knew nothing about the checks but would be glad to get them tile Republican party s state office in Atlanta then was contacted when a Secretary was asked if she had any democratic chocks Stu aged. A How did yet he know it developed that she had opened a letter from Metevier. Add my to Jones As stat and he called chairman and found Simian in to m the a Cheeks made out to tie Saigon democratic party rules and the amount was not disclosed Friday at an but she said the total was not namese Force North Viets insist on Complete bombing halt outstanding military a the chamber of Commerce made us first a i Nual outstanding enlist i military representative awards Friday. From left arc or Robert a Brooks assistant cd it Ary of the army. Who made the i Vav gut at \ s. Million protesters Vul that Only before Transfer a1 Slot Dpi in Ion had hts 16 gets 8 years for robbery wih it 1 by her the Able to in Silver of 999 pure fade would turning the the Ughet Quant or whether lower be used Merer stick pee into a Jun pile i now appear that the Transfer can be made in a Fine Silver Aid Mcclure noting that the Momic Energy commission is tum Zig a k to the Treasury is Millen ounces Ltd of the top Premium Silver Mcclure said that Only lust recent i has the government by our insistence Sti Ppd of Erin. The Tipit inc Quality at its weekly sales by toe Gas Washington Al b Ader of the poor people Campaign a a1 Friday it plans i huge memorial i tax Demontra Hon of one million person even though it i Short of housing already arriving for a halt in in Campaign for the present the Rev Bernard Lafayette the Campaign coordinator told a news conference 13 million us needed to Complete construction of the Shantytown settlement near the Lincoln memorial he gave no it explanation Why the simple unpainted plywood shelter would Cost such a sum another 800 protesters arriving from new England and the Northeast were hair of in the suburb of Greenbelt. My. Where Hasty arrangements were made to give them bedding in Church basements for at least two nights another caravan has been a Clave in Pittsburgh Arom a us Quot since wednesday night gov a us it the Rev Ralph David a Ber pin to gtd Democrat turn to Page a. Column 2 he luncheon sgt. James ii. Rogers. At a Winner in the Junior enlisted division. Platoon sgt. Aubrey ridding Winner in the senior enlisted division and retired air Force Gen. John k Gerhart chairman of the panel of judges which selected the winners. Gazette Telegraph photo marines Hammer North Viets near Danang Carson sergeant with Bronze Star is top pm a it us i s a i planes hammered and a Ste elite North Viet from the fighting with its command a in a platoon sergeant the runners up two in each graphic technician division each received $500 in aerospace defense prizes. Red stand May bring stalemate by William l. Ryan a special correspondent Paris a North Vietnam refused any Compromise Friday on the Issue of a Complete halt toll s. Bombing of that country the stand posed a Prospect of deep stalemate Iii the preliminary peace talks. With the talk resuming today after a two Day recess a North vietnamese delegation spokesman said ambassador Xuan Thuy would again demand bombing and other acts of War against the North Hanoi has repeatedly said it is unwilling to offer any Concession in return the United states insists that an end to the bombing must be matched by some form of de escalation of North Vietnam s contribution to the Viet Cong War in South Vietnam the delegation declined to lie pinned Down to any specific formula for a total end to the bombing but it has tied such action closely to a demand for a significant setup in North Vietnam s infiltration of men and supplies to the South Hanoi the delegation spokesman said. Intends to hold out in the no rallies Roto ump Toic com do a rat a it f a fat i a a a a m a a Al. Wert a a Ltd tier us to Tui to fatal a it it a tabla it v4 it is a a in Junt or a if fat a it a a to t Anta site re us tit Asri t John w Hanson was sentenced to eight to to Vears in the state Penitentiary Friday by District court judge William m Calvert for simple robbery Hanson. 27. 124 e Mill St was first accused of aggravated robbery and conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery the defendant was alleged to have robbed local attorney Leon Snyder his sister. Atma and Gene Forth at the Snyder Home to Polo or Jan 5 about $160 was taken later this was amended to the present charge and Hanson pleaded guilty in a plea for mitigation in Day. Defense counsel Herman under Rattler told the court that Han order son a was going to turn state s from Hastings grand Island evidence was a very import and Ork. Neb rolled into the Lant witness for the District at Mountain Post Friday May 17 Sornev s office and by help a truck Convoy preceded the my had placed his life in Jeo main body which arrived by bus Pard Quot headed by 1st it Jeremy a this presumably was a Refe Niels of Hastings and 1st sgt rence to the forthcoming trial of Gilbert Peterson of grand William e Nelson. 32. 1526 s Tejon St who has also been turn to Page a2, column 6 once again Hogan makes appointment by Mike Nolan t pm statehouse reporter Denver 1 Pii a democratic it gov Mark a Hogan taking advantage of the absence Headquarters have the chamber plans to make definitely for a bombing halt. Back to a River 18 Miles South of been named the first winners of the awards annually Danang Leatherneck head the outstanding enlisted Udita the awards were announced quarters in the North by representative awards by Gen. John k Gerhart. It was the second straight Day to awards a e sponsor. By c s a f ret i chairman of of furious fighting there and retail com the panel of judges which be Field re Orts said casualties f Colorado Spring 130 enemy and 25 a Hamber of it Commerce a we will ask it again and again until it comes to pass a said the spokesman Nguyen Van Sao. Asked if North Viet n inc two name the name la urn my Force a a i pm tin winners and or. Rob Quot am a a uld a he Quot a m a it Quot and it a Brook ,m., Arret urn. Or , _1hrr< is not a Lead i Lay s a a and hate i o Adma i put the toll for it re announced at he annual Ary of the army of installations r 261 North Viet lamber of Commerce armed and logistics who was guest 51 marines killed forces week luncheon Friday speaker at the luncheon Jarl of a mis Ion platoon sgt Aubrey bedding. Three men were nominated in hold thre Republican hoi in. Platoon sgt Aubrey i Iii Brook a Vietnam Veteran woo nows pad of a re they repro a 4 aimed at crush Bronze Star and purple the major military units . Vietnamese bean among fun other Deco a assigned to the pikes Peak homing Danang and Bons received the Ward in the a on runners up in the senior Metal capital to it the turn to Page a2, column 8> Man crushed beneath truck Friday a a George to with turn to Page a2. Column 7 senior enlisted dial Iun Ile is division Wert the first sergeant for company it in Christy. B. 7th engineering battalion at Headquarters first Reserve unit at Carson tile fir i s army Reserve unit to a it port to fort Carson a recent mobilization the 296th Oranee co says academic Freedom May be destroyed it a re a Nam it min tin Ltd a we Rutta a Tam or so Ftp fat it i rid. A a Chat i a m # Vii 7 it a a Jim pm a i a an 9 p in a a in a a in 10 a a y 11 a a or p it in met Kinaia by a smart it la p in or a a �5 tar a Mur a twins a ill r or to refit 9 r a Marmi r by in i d it pm to tax a huk Huttu a tar St Tawrs Mon Al la r or. R Vimy Vilt a Tun tar i nun a Par ii at la pm f Rosto 27 it to Starr. Al la pan in Par that Vuk Al ii pm a lira. A a. Arm Are mar in. at la a Tajo la a4 Ramg Croc Mafak to re tar 3 Honry at 7 p in t Rewti Twu Suim Torr nov mom a a i Wal pm or tar in a Quot in or re in for Juun to tar Tim ear i it a Sam mull it pm s i am. Of grand i land the 295th a an authorized strength of 218 enlisted men three officers and two warrant officers it is an ammunition Supply unit that will work with the 336th ordnance battalion another Reserve unit scheduled to arrive next week from Arkansas. Both will be assigned to the ins the froth Stii Denu Reid a Glt a neral support crimp for lion Friday tied up orly Airport occupied some factories and mrs Dzinski. 53, of Central it the Gilpin county commission Hogan has been serving a actg governor for a week while love has been in Hawaii under the Colorado Constitution. A lieutenant governor assumes All the Powers of governor when the i Hie executive i out of the state Hogan touched off a storm of controversy in May of at year when he used his Powers of acting governor to appoint a bidder county commissioner when love again was out of me state tin appointment last year of Jack Murphy of Longmont to 0f the 1.277-member the ii under commission was Council on education a Denver col. Ultimate victim of Campus May Well be the Yetnic Freedom refi Ellious Dent profess to cherish a leading american educator has warned or Logan Wilson president american said in an it arson the Junior enlisted i by award went to air Force James h Rogers who i cached to Aik. Head qua Here both men were pre. With $ i too in Cash men disc and gift certificates the were donated by Ruxine Dis m the hikes Peak Region Aca a Stu a 6 7-Yea a old Man was sgt maj Carl r h e d beneath the rear it it or at ions no a heavy element mix army air no Truc it a Colorado Springs Ike sense command and m sgt Friday. Ton William a Stokes drum maj a a was was identified As Star sgt and supervisor for the air vie Curtiss Bowersox of 220 n. At f o r c e Academy marching Hancock alter band in the Junior division. Driver of the vehicle was runner up were spec 4 Lynn identified As Frank r Lowder need k Durham it Lerk typist head who lives near Fountain. Ile is t Han quarters to Ltd it a command it which Carson and sgt Charles w firms Young jr., Headquarters Squadron air Force Academy. Charged with robbery and con turn to Page a2. Column i. Workers students tie up orly Airport Paris t Cpd thousands of communist led workers supporter fir to time Hogan had used interview that students rebel his appointment Powers the a it on against the establishment Point men Friday the Sec u miss Laati when it is directed Vietnam will level mid time at the University a Driver for transit mix Concrete co Leader told police Cpl Roger Bruce he saw the Man standing at the curb along Hancock Avenue As the Driver pulled to a Stop for a red Light at the intersection of Platte Avenue in fact Lowder said the Man waved to him and he waved Back As he brought his North by Kay Herst Brooks i dosed that the m 16 bound truck to a Stop Gazette Telegraph stat writer Rifle is now in the hands of most when the Light changed i it we s army troop strength in of Bie South vietnamese regular Der said he was proceeding into Iff at slightly army Man Euver battalions the intersection when to heard More than 340ooo men later this a the remainder will be a bump he stopped immediate . Army strength in Vietnam will be 340,000 the appointment of Dzin i turn to Page a2,column t pikes Prat. Brooks said equipped this summer later by and could observe through a t h e regional and popular rear View Mirror the feet of the forces will also receive the dead Man protruding from. A ,. M-16,�?� Brooks said. A the beneath the rear wheels Aux Fine i maintain that in the underway to build up. It s easy to oversimplify we year. Or Robert a All know the Didies multiverse Here Friday its neglect of students faculty at the same time Effort administrative control quite Contra King schools where strength and the strength of our these disturbances have of allies in Kores curved that dissatisfied youth i Brooks assistant Secretary of have merely focused on the uni army for installations and verify some of Tho frustrations made the statements the pikes Peak Auto High Thev see in the contemporary the Annua chamber of the first citizen sol Way toll Gate will be opened Wilson said Wail a Yow opens at it . No dirt Tim Whir Tamoanu k Bim to tao aft jts it cml if Foft i it in ref. To Ita atm met it Ortii i a to met ital wort to Tea Tafftt to a Wmk a c it Obi my. To Liml m Katsui pm a a j. Mort to m to Mem flus i Mombi to m my m p 5 in or or Ftp a i Iivo a re k ii it Vij a it it 44 tint Kab ii tata to 3 Tati put of 4 Tita nil Utts to a Ftp it City a i re him Rita fax to Loco. To x so Sia pm is or i a a run Titi it i my 4 34 fax tuft fat ii in to wet no it of 4 m take a a a 2 v2 7� tried to cripple the National Diers to arrive at fort arson from 8 am radio and television system hav had six months of Active today. Jack i spite the turmoil. France ,.v training in the army under Penn indent. Said Friday edged Back from the Brink of the Reserve forces act and re a the hours would be anarchy in the face of a Tough most Are leaving their families extended further As the season showdown stand by Premier a Home until they Check the progresses up to now the hours Georges Pompidou acting with housing situation in the Pike have been from 9 a in. To 6 p in full Power in the absence of Region. So far thus season he said. President Charles de Gaulle the 613th Engineer battalion there have been More than 4.200 who was in Romania is sponsoring unit for the 295th. Persons go through the toll Gate historian cites value of Arthur books three Chester Alan Arthur assistant professor of history at presidency in 1881 As a result of letter books discovered recently the Colorado Springs Center of the assassination of James a in Colorado Springs a enable the the University of Colorado said Garfield ordered his Persona historian to View More ecu Friday night papers destroyed shortly before rate than Ever the role of the Reeves said in the last of a his death in 1886 polls system in the Republican year Long series of lectures by or Reeves said the three it tory of 1880 within the a resident faculty members at the w e i preserved letter books. Bon s Mot populous state new Colorado Springs Center no owned by the late Rowena York As Well As to clarify the other president left historians Dashwood Graves Arthur of activities of Arthur but one so Little and has remained in Colorado Springs daughter in year away from the White such obscurity a Law of the 21st president con House or. The Nas c. Reeves Arthur who such it de to the turn to Page a column 5 the annual Commerce armed f orces week to 6 p Starting but taking Over buildings and luncheon at the Broadmoor in Sullivan. Road us forcing concessions from urn Ter National Center. Turn to Page a2. Column 4 Index amusement. Tab astrological forecast 12-b builders news. 3-a business financial. 6-7 a Church news. 8-12-a classified. 7-11-b comics. 4-a editorial .4-8 local news 7-a-5-b-2-a news briefs 2-a radio a to logs Tab sports 1-3-8 vital statistics 2 a weather map 2-a today Gazette Telegraph consists of 3 sections. 52 pages of your paper is not Complete please Call 632-4641. Vietnamese Aho have received the body was taken to tile and will continue to receive. Chape of memories mortuary Over the next few months sub where funeral arrangements Stantial quantities of new Mach were pending survivors in Ine guns mortars comm eluded the widow. Mabel in nations equipment Bucks and police it. C Maloney said artillery investigation into the death was digressing briefly from Viet continuing and was not Lumc Nam. The world War ii Veteran Diatel recorded by police As pointed out that with the Addi another traffic fatality. And a to Vietnam we now have Lon 0f troops now committed to Topsy was to be performed sat eight army division Brooks Korea a nearly one third of the urday. Told the nearly Lou per Oas at my in now in position on the should the death be ruled a tending the luncheon As the shores 0f Asla a traffic fatality it will be the Secretary of defense recently a a in addition to Vietnam a he eighth thus far this year on col announced. We will Send an and turn t0 Pale a. Column 3 Orado Springs sheets Dit ional army unit to replace a Marine regimental Landing team. This unit will be a brigade of the 5th mechanized Here at Al Carson. The present army strength of Over 340,000 new York it a six Young Minal court judge at the men in Vietnam will level off at negroes were held Friday in an youths arraignment. A slightly higher figure when alleged plot to kill one police a but for the Quick work of the the additional deployments have Man every week in brutal Fash police a he added a these defend e e n completed later this Lon 0 spark violent reactions wants would have been Here on it ear from the police and the negro homicide he Aid that along with the Community. Five of the youths were seized leveling off of troop strengths a they were All involved in a in a raid thursday night on a a we Are increasing our pm conspiracy to kill police officers Harlem apartment where to Phasis on the training and indiscriminately for the effect lice said they found two Home equipping of the South Vietnam it would have a asst. Hist atty made bombs Gunpowder two Mese Lawrence Golden told a Chi turn to Page a2, autumn 8 6 negroes held for plot

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