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Declares Many Nazi and Argentina from Moioow, a i|»k*imin national committee Mid to Spain and South Amtr- mlulone, "Single pat- travel on thete capacity. In reality the linking Hitler thlp to tafe quartera." AN* IW WMUV VOLUME XXXVII-NUMBER SO ORKCLKY, COLORADO TUESDAY, Sea Wall, Defense of Antwerp Plane Destroys BrazH Sept, 28 BraziT~Oot. »·--A 0"" submarine w'lt sunk off cent Sept; 28 by plane. It wai the U-boat deitroyed In then In recent month*. Chiefs Attacks Japanese Killed in Action (AiioeUtcd Prej! Francisco, Oct. nfflpoTn · iia^al omcers B with The concluded conference with the secretary the navy to,plan the strategy new attacks against the Japanese, disrtrict headquarters Ernest J. King," commander chief of the U. S. fleet, of his staff, joined here with Pacific officers. of the Navy James participated in the strategy conference, as d i d " Admiral W. NImltz, commanding fleet; Admiral Raymond Sphtance, commander, and their staff officers. at the recently concluded Included Vice Adm. Cooke, Admiral King's chief Vice Adm. Aubrey W. deputy chief of naval .operations for air, and Vice Adm. Randall chief of naval personnel. Pvt, Thomae L t-ugarV USMC, killed In Salpan. Meeting Evening plans for the formulation Air Patrol unit for Greeley Weld County will be made at the High School at S all those Interested la aeronautical organization have invited to attend: Appoint' staff officers'will be made C. Hall, acting Com-jrona, Calif. Ex-Briggsdale Man Killed on Saipan Island Pvt. Truman L, Lugar, 19, U. 8 marine corps, was killed In tlie line of duly on. the first day of the Sal- pan invasion, "June 16, according to inrprmalltm received last week by kla parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L- Lugar, for many yeara resident of BrlggadalB. The Lugars lived In the Brlggs- dale area until tlielr aou's marine Induction In October, 1943, when they moved to Corona, Calif., where they reside at 215 Fullerton. Pvt. Lugur served with the second second armored amplilbeous battalion, and had been overseas since April, the year, In the Pacific area. A marine marine corps lieutenant notified the Lugars of their son's deatli In a letter. Pvt. Lugar was born In Greeley May 23, 1925, and attended the Grover and Brlggsdale schools. He farmed for two years with his father, on a ranch near Brlggsdale, and left for boot training with the marines at San Diego In October, 1943. This advanced training was at Gamp Pendleton, Oceansldej Calif, Survivors Include the parents, and a brother, Clifford; all of Co- of this new unit; and tlie of study In the ground will ba outlined. organisation which is of youths, both hoya from 15 to 18 yeara of age be -set up until the adult lias functioned for 30 IB anticipated, according Hall, that tlie cadets' Allies Capture Road Junction By Noland Norgaurd Anglo-Russian Relations Now Worry Allies By John M, Hlghtower Washington, Oct. 3.--American officials are becoming mildly apprehensive apprehensive lest ttrere should be a general weakening of Allied cooperation cooperation -- particularly, in relations relations between Britain and Russia-as Russia-as the European war concludes, The Polish situation is being stud* led In this light.' At the moment tlie highest alia of American diplomacy may be »· Bcribed as designed to preserve this unity during the critical, perl od now beginning, In which: postwar postwar economic and political policies must be formed tbruout the European European world. On tlie shaping of these poltcle It la believed, depends the ultimate success of whatever world peace league may bo set up. The core of the diplomatic problem problem is regarded as being tho mutual suspicions and misunderstandings which, cloul life,dealings between Russia and conflicts of Interest between between Russia and Britain In the Balkans; partly the result of ignorance ignorance . about bow^ people Inside and outside of Russia do things differently. Much tlrae.was taken up In the Russian security talks with British and American delegates at Dum barton Oaks here on questions of political and press freedom. The 1 u B s 1 a n delegations reportedly found It hard to understand how crltimlsrn ot the government and all Its operations oould b« pub llahed and Bpokeu so freely. By far the most, serious clash of Anglo-Russian Interests l« In the Balkans because of Russia's, westward expansion of lufluenc and Britain's concern over the Turkish-Dardanelles flank of the empire lifeline to India. Probably ess vital but more spectacular IB the conflict over Poland. The Polish Issue is by no mean the only such 1 situation. Britain's ·eported Insistence on holding -Bui garian armistice talks at Cairo; tiusBta's subsequent unexpected declaration of war on Bulgaria; the unhesitating ejection of Brit :sh and American military missions !rom Bulgaria--even though there Is some question whether they were properly In tho country--al were considered incidents of tire type which are-beginning to ta.3 to the -limit those diplomats and officials whose primary objectivi is post-war collaboration ot the victorious Allies. Two Sentenced In Cutting Bcrapi Henry Frausto, 35, and his brolb er, Victor, 20, were sentenced serve 90 days In the county Jal and pay court costs on n charge o American Navy bomben of thi Nlchol* Raid on Manila the Jap attack of were destroyed there 169 enemy planes wir* AP Wlrephoto from Yugoslavs In Drive 80 Miles War Flashes (Associated Prcw) Oulu, Finland, Oct| troops ctosed In from tlons on the Nazi Keml it the head of · Finland today as th« retreated along ft front mately 120 miles In Finland. Ths drive 'on : from Tornlb (Tornea),- by Finnish troops in a landing from* tha Gulf nla on Saturday, and IvanEemli which Flnnlih unit* have just reached, Southeast Asia C Headquarters, Kandy, Ceylon, Oct. 3.--'Indian which have cut fn Japanese positions at western Burma and are menacing the enemy's nvln the Chin hllla are now two miles of the village, headquarters announced

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 03 Oct 1944, Tue,
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  • killed in action 3 oct 1944

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