ARMED FORCES: The Saboteurs of Swim

Nobody got very excited when Paul Raymond Juhala wrote a letter to the President last year bitterly complaining that he had been turned down for a loan from the Farmers Home Administration; the complaint was rather routine. Then Juhala escalated. Last March he sent a second hostile letter to Nixon, this time demanding $2,000,000 in exchange for certain information about bombs at Air Force bases. Federal agents grew more interested and began to investigate him. He was committed for a short time to a mental hospital in Michigan. When a bomb went...

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