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n g along Its -entire and Bonetro, announced Croce sent spearhead German Volturno this dispatch them, Fifth took Sau by tho British, northeast coastal flank, Montgomery's ^miles ahead strong German 20 miles five- miles Colletorto, exceptionally Volturno river line, countrles which I- would not venture to name where the soldiers are righting abroad anil the politicians are fighting at home with equal vigor and ferocity." · 21 Accepted for Military Twcnly-si-.ven mtm were accepted for military service, 36 were rejected after jillyslcal examination and f i g h t , were held over for further examination Monday when the Oct. 11 selective service quota from the North Weld territory reported at the induction center 111 Denver. North Weld selective service board is sending- out now notices to report for Induction October 25 In Greeley, of U. S. of guards, news came Italy had duel ' raged'! to BS men, including nine volun- -" leers. Of the Inductions Monday 10 were token by tho army from territory of this board and three were taken many. At Horace In Greeley prisoners were Ing when came, the instantly government Kad --Mussolini's Badoglio ,U. S. the Italian were to bo equal less wns ^ Is largely lounger men artillery hurling hundreds the flooded to have units Indicated north bank against Lt.- expected assault. the central new threats - movements the Volturno capture of the and Celtcl- Germans are to was seen in that ,,,,, .,,,,,, n ad been "the order ' had scored a - t r a i n loaded with the rail Termoli. Alabama. Oct. 13.--Five .employing ap- we're idle ot,go\ern- over the coal Hm cnal private operation the reason for LOSS 13:--A report iy army who had transferred here rpm"other boards. The army tagged two for the Air Corps. The navy accepted seven local registrants anil Ivs who had transferred from other" boards. The "Marine Corps accepted two. ·Those taken by the army have three weeks furlough before active service; those taken by Iho navy Imve ono week and those by the Marine corps two weeks. Those taken by the Air Corps are subject to call. Those accepted Monday: Accepted In army: Robert Larry Joyner, Jack Gloyd Schuman, Max Hugh Ostrander (Atr Corps), Benjamin Fink,- John Marlon Lewis, .William -Edwin Ankeney: (Air Corps), Carllo Elwooil Myrlck, Irwin Runpel, Ernest Padilla, MauueT Rives Benavlder. " ^Accepted 'in army; (transferred from other boards): Russell Ellis, Delmar :Gayle Wright', Feline N: Arispe, " : . ' - - ' -lA'ccepted In navy: Joseph. Stanley. Smith, Charles Robert Bennett, Edgar Albert-Lee AlKgnri, Samuel Gus- tnf Wright, Walter Buxniann, Fred Ander Dueller, Wlllard J. Alles. . Accepted. In' navy, (transtcrre'd from other hoards):. Ralph Dale Wertz, Clarence Melvln Progler, Eliner Emery Lnrsen, Jefferson Henry Nilzel, John Schubi Jr. Accepted in marine corps: Harold Eugene Coleman, Truma'u LaVerive Lugar. and lascistlc Dispatches declaration ot armistice the Allies the time of I t a l Italian prisoners iiave nearly Io Allied Status of war, later. No expected ot war are In and sugar county at Italian 135 In Fort Should released' or accommodations holding of needed only ! f6r prisoners Germans, the facilities now' In Cre'eley Wednesday turn o_f progress 'camp under Qreeley. - Krupp Now

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 13 Oct 1943, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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