lugar, missing wed, oct ll,1944
THE GREELEY DAILY TRIBUNE. GREELEY. COLORADO WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ll t Basis Postwar Casualties ~l[ltaly Getting Dollars To Buy Will Party exiled Polish ol Information that Prlmo Mikolajczyk join the coÂ»ler- Minister Stalin In also to Tadousi belief Soviet-Polish cause for Russian Washington! Oct. .11.--The war department announced .today t b e j names pt 1,644 United Slates soldiers soldiers who aro held as prisoners ot war by tho enemy. Tho list Included Included Colorado men Interned by Gornany: Gornany: Lt. Charles R. Allen, Denver; Denver; Staff Sgt. William II. Diamond, Diamond, Lomar; Sgl. Chester B. Evans, Puoblo; 2nd Lt. Ralph D. McCubbin, Denver; Pfc. Lloyd W. Ruuorl, Lamar; Staff Sgt. \darn Toth, Colorado Springs; Tech. Sgt. Kenneth C. Wiemers, Pueblo; Stuff Sgt. Jack V. Wllund, Pueblo; Lt. Melvln H. Williams, Cope; Lieut. Mark V. Wilson, Jr., Alamosa. Washington, OcU 11.--The navy deportment today announced 218 WaBhington, Fm Oct. 11.-- Italy hotng permitted to accumulate dol. lar balances with which to- buy essential essential civilian goods In this 1 nation thru purchases by U.S. army troops In Italy, exports to the United Slates and gifts from Americans. President Roosevelt' announced yesterday, that the dollar'equivalent o f ' tha American-printed lire Issued Issued to U.S. troops- fighting In Italy will be turned over to the Â«^,.Â« -- , --- Italian government.- casualties of tho U. B. naval forces, j lu addition, the dollar proceeds - -- Â· Â· of gtfls'made by'Americans to persons persons In Italy and of any, products exported by Italy to this.country 11--First Lieu- returned to Tuesday after with Mrs. daughter, Jance night, Oct. home, was Miss of Mr. ot Fort Lup- mot-with Mrs. Oct. 6. Roll by "Facts About Mldcap and Fang.'-""-1 Fang.'-""-1 Mrs. Midcap '. meet October Scnelck. Feder- B with Mrs. including the following:' Colorado: Pfc. Martin's. Edelen, marine corps reserve, Denver, dead. ( P r e - l w l l l be made available to Italy, ha vloufly reported wounded ofi report said. Â· . of .naval casualties for Aug.- 23, , Saying "It Is to our interests.that 1344.) Pvt. Truman L. Lugar, marine corps reserve, missing.. Parents, Mr. and Mn. Alva L. Lugar, Cornish. Cornish. Pvt. Luclndo Marquez, marine corps reserve, Ft. Collins, wounded. Coxswain . Clyde E. Sinkhorn, navy, Longmont, wounded. Truck Driver Has Narrow Escape From Bigamy .Isaac King, 22-year-old Cheyenne. and Gr'coloy truck driver, was at llbe'rly Wednesday after being entangled entangled in a series of events which brought him to tho verge of bigamy. King had been held In the city jail since Monday 'night when police police picked him up. King appeared before AV. P. Cud Italy be able to contribute as, fully as possible to'the, winning of final 1 victory," Mr. Roosevelt said In a statement that "the,dollars . will be used by. the Italian government government to pay tor essential civilian supplies purchased in'this country tor use in liberated Italy." - These supplies-will supplement "substantial amounts'.' of civilian goods Eiiclii''as' food, -clothing and medical supplies distributed by the U.S. army "as a necessary part.ot military operations in Italy," 'he said. . ' , -Â·'Clothing, vitamins and'medicines collected by 'American .relief for Italy, Inc., already are being moved lo Italy.on army .vessols, the war department -.announced. Foreign Economic Director 1 Leo T. Crowley Bald food shipments to Italy are being being Increased and ' arrangements are under way for shipments ol other supplies and Individual gilt p a c k a ' In the Courts William Parker, 66, was acquitted acquitted oÂ£ a charge ot assault 'and battery after trial before a Jury In the court ol Justice E. G. English, Tuesday. Complaining witness' waa Charles Ouclerklrk ( 74. Tho two live in the Delta region. Parker pleaded Belt defense. Nellie Blist Will Filed Will ot the late Nellie B. Bliss Â·who tiled August 24 has been riled for probate in county court. Estate inclutles-112,000 inVealty and -water rights and $2,400 In'personal-prop- erty. Two sons, Karl E, ot Grecley and Harry "ot Cortez, Colo., were named .executors in the. will.' The two sons.each are.willed one-sev enlli of -the estate as also is a Bister, BOBS Nliori ot Greeloy. Thirteen - nieces, 'nephews, brothers and half-sisters receive amounts varying from one-fourth to one=fifty-slxth ot the estate. lub-district Methodist Conference'at Windsor Windsor, 'Oct. 11-^North Foothill ub district conference was'-held n the Methodist church Ifl -Windor. -Windor. Sunday afternoon and'evening t the meetings were 'pastors and aymeii from the'following towns: Loveland,'. Fort ..Collins, Greeley pbnstown, Kersey, fiaton, Evans hd' Windsor, a total of 75 besides V.indsor members;' Theme Miller Rally Af Loveland ipeareu ueiore v. i. i^uu- i pÂ«^nÂ«fti-Â«. Justice, of the peace at 'Mr. Roosevelt said the. decision Horuo was club, as a mem- Eaton Sunday afternoon In company company with . a 10-year-old Gifecley girl. Justice Cudmore performed a to make available to Italy the dollars dollars equivalent'to.Italian lire. Issued Issued to U. S. troops In the peninsula peninsula was made after consultation (Auoclataj FrnÂ«) . Loveland, Oct; 11.--A democratic rally took'on a homecoming Atmosphere' Atmosphere' last night for David Miller of Greeley,. second congressional district candidate. Mllleri who was reared, in Loveland, Loveland, delivered . the only address, much ot which was devoted' to his boyhood days. The Greeley attorney, attorney, also, outlined- opportunities ot smaller .towns'In solving reconver- sion problems In the post-war period. period. Miller opposes William S. H1U ot Fort Collins, republican in aim- bent, in the 'election next. month. Miller outlined opportunities of smaller, towns to. solve reconver- sion, problems. ..Miller,, an' attorney, alfio reminisced about his boyhood 'days'spent In Loveland: .' - t- Democratic State Chairman Gene j Cervl of Denver imtroduced 'a group : at state candidates headed by Roy I Best, gubernatorial nominee. , i . Roy Best urged last'night that.. Colorado, cooperate fully, with the! federal, xgovernment ,;to. provide] matching funds, fcr -highways, ed.u- j cation, water r and reclamation pro- \. .gramV-and veteran training and Â· rehabilitation. ' . . . . . . ; On leave, as warden of the state Movl* Â«(rlke True* , Dcclartri ' Hollywood, Hollywood, Â· Oct. 11.-- After five days of work- stoppage* in which set decorators, painters and ma-. chin I sti walked off. film studlo'lota at five major film plants, -a 24-hour trues was declared today by union leaders pending possible action by the War Labor Board. : ' Â·' - Grata Drill Soak rusted or locked parti of trx (rain drill with a mixture ot kero- Â·enÂ« and oil to work them loose. Jack up the wheels Â»nd turn them by band, to makf Ktrit aD parts ^ork freiely. PeputyQPA Head Quits I FrÂ».) A Washington! Oct. 11.--Tliomu C. Donnelly baa resigned u deputy OPA adminlairator In 'charge ot Information, effective Oct^ SS, ^ waa learued today. Marriage Licenses George Yosuto Takkhnhy, DOB ver, and Betty Marie Garcia, Denver. Denver. '. Â· Â· Â· " . : ' Â· Â· iiembers.-' Â· ,. penitentiary at Canon .Clty,. v Â£est of the convention, "The o ia ,, democratic', meeting ; he 'or Christ," was outlined would, if elected, institute reforms 1 Crusade for _ y Dr. A. P. Galnes. superintendent t the Greeley district. Dr.''E. A. iabln was ihe^prlncipal-apealie'r at ire afternoon session, dealing with Underglrding the Program of tho Church, with special emphasis on Sunday /school, Evangelist and Stewardship." "Emergency World Re-Construc- .lon" program wns by. R. B. Spencer Spencer of Fort Morgan, Dr. K. C. Keph'art of Tjovelaid was the speaker at the- 'evening session. .Dr. H. L. Weiss presided at the session, ' " t,. W. Howard led. the long' ser- lce-at-the dinner hour. At the eve-, jilng program, Mrs. Henry Schblten n state .Institutions, both as to " ' ' . streamlining costs. "1 "1 think'Tknow my state instltu- ions.pretty well-and-that-I can do he job-effectively," tie said. TREASURER'S NOTICE O* ' HKaUKST fOH TAX DEED To Uvcry Pef-aon In Actual Possession Possession or Occupancy of tha nere- nafter Described Land.. Lot or I Premises a n d - - t o - ' t h f t Person in Whose Name the Same TV as" Taxed or- Specially Assessed, and to"-All Persona- Havlnr'an Interoat or.Title of Ilecord-In'-oc to the Same and to Whom It Mav Concern and More Especially to "William M. Newman !'U\1 oM, dingy tcattpaper!