Denver DA Breaks Bogus-Check Ring - Virgil A. McDorman - Holyoke, CO
of at Four- [ John two of r a u l t , plays (he Girault be at for the se!. Denver DA Breaks Bogus-Check Ring DENVER (AP) -- Denver Dlst. Ally. Bert Keatinj said Wednesday Wednesday authorities have smashed a bogus check-passing ring which bilked Denver merchants of some $23.000 during Ihe. pasl year. February 1957. -He .said he WH serving a four-year sentence ' I B Utah for check forgery. Keating identified the third man as James Nipp, 30, of Dallas, Tex., being held in the Evanslon, Wyo., Keating said Ihree men had been jail on a charge of assault with 'arrested in connection case and tha searching for several other men j ston afler firing at Wyoming High- and two women -- a brunette with Â» way Patrolman Pat Cowper. mnection with the intent to commit murder. Nipp t aulliorilics' are ! was arrested Oct. 16 near Evan,- talloos on her knuckles and a shapely blonde. Two Htld In D i n v t r Two of the men i n - c being held in Denver, identified by Keating as H a r l e y j Brunette Known as N a n c , -Keating said the brunette being j soughl is known only as Nancy Colo. McDorman lold authorities he is an escaped from the Utah State Prison and was a spokesman for prisoners there during a riot in Mickie and is about 23. Tuesday. Cahill's arrest followed shortly after Joseph E. Waugh, a Denver Pushes for Germany her tip ing behind three related moves in the Communist capitals of Warsaw, Warsaw, Moscow and East Berlin. aim ! _ The Communist proposals would . Au . ll J i n g about a disengagement of:"TM" 1 East-West forces in mid-Europe. mies ' four-power oc- """ " mean-! cupation regime in Berlin and ! w i t h d r a w a l of R u s s i a n ' a n d West- f ern forces from Germany. ; The United States, Britain, j Franc? ;Dd their Atlantic Pact allies allies today were' reported satisfied t h a i fulfillment .of these aims would leave Russia in a position of almost unassailable power in Europe. H would spell the beginning beginning of Ihe end of the Atlantic Alliance. at She all Denver Grcc- 1476 Mrs. City; of be Circuit as Wood practices. the Teamsters in- and to to ex- Team- official the rul- un- Service Clubs Hear Students Greeley service clubs are hearing' hearing' two groups of Greeley high school students speaking on American American and foreign education systems this week. A group of four students spoke before the Rotary group Wednesday Wednesday in a symposium entitled, "What features of F r e n c h education w.ould best serve Ihe interest of education in the United Stales." The four students speaking .were Paulella Otis, chairman, Larry Cooper, Jim Mellbye and JEddy Nelson. Thursday noon four students spoke before the Kiwanis club on "What features of British education education would best serve the interest of education in the United States." The four students- speaking al Kiwanis Kiwanis were Ann Watson, chairman, Bill Baab, Charlotte Brunmeicr, Paul Otis, John Horalek. In addition to Ihe two symposiums symposiums before service clubs two debates debates between I.oveland and Greeley Greeley will be held at 3:30 p. m. Thursday in room 114 at Greeley high school. The proposition for the debate is, "Resolved t h a t Ihe United States should adopt the essential features of British Education." Communists Resume Sporadic Shelling TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) -- The Communists resumed sporadic shelling of the Quemoy Islands Thursday, continuing their day-on, day-off schedule. The Chinese Nationalist Defense Ministry said Red coastal batteries batteries around Amoy lobbed 253 shells at the Quemoys up to noon. hill in a cafe as the man who accompanied a woman into his establishment establishment Oct. 17 to cash an $84 check. Cahill was arrested in his basement basement apartment 'after police trailed him from the cafe. McDorman was found al hit rooming house in Denver. Keating said Â· he. acknowledged ownership of hundreds of checks drawn on non-existent concerns, some'.illegal aulo license plates and various types of false identification. Automobile Theft Admitted Authorities said McDorman also .ed the theft of two aulomo- one from a Salt Lake City car salesman and the other from a Denver automobile dealer. At DeCredico, assistant chief investigator investigator for Keating, said McDorman McDorman implicated Nipp. Evaa- sÂ»0!!^=uÂ£horitic5 said Nipp admitted admitted his Denver operations. A stolen driver's license belonging belonging to DeCredico's nephew, Joseph Joseph A. DeCredico, was a factor in breaking the case. Joseph De- Credico is. a University of Colorado Colorado student. He had turned in his driver's license for renewal last September. September. The license was among several several stolen from the Colorado Motor Motor Vehicle License Department. McDorman said he purchased his false identification from transients transients for Â§25. Roy Robb's Brother Ben, Dies Wednesday Ben F. Robb, 72, of Bedrock died Wednesday at the Veterans Administration Administration hospital at G r a . Â·Junction. A former Â· resident of Greeley. he bought one of the well known ranches in Paradox Vailey in Montrose county in 1910. His brother, Roy Robb, lives here on the home place in Ihe Delta district, district, east oÂ£ Greeley. Born Sept. 4, 188G at Oelrichs, D., Robb. e-ame to .Greeley with his parents, the late'Samuel' and Amelia Robb, in 1839. His mother died in March, 1922 and his father in December, 1924. Robb attended College High school, where he played football for the college team. He lived here until 1907. Kpbb was in Ihe cattle business in Paradox Valley until 1943, when he began raising sheep. His principal principal crops were hay and com. His first wife was Klorance Bird, whom he married in 1322. After her Jeath, he married Verna Love in 19.13. Surviving are his wife, two children, children, Carol Sue [lid Morris, who both live in Paradox Valley; a foster son, Ralph Bird of Lyman; two sisters, Mrs. Ralph (Pearl) Austin of LaJolla, Calif., and Mrs. Ray ( M a r y ) Walt of Bakersiielr!, Calif.; his brother here; and two grandchilden. Another sister, Agnes, died Des. 10, 1910. Funeral services wil be herd Saturday Saturday al 2 p.m., at the Paradox Congregational church. Thomas Chippendilt, thÂ« famtd English cabinet-maker, opened h i first workshop in London in 1749.