Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1962 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

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CAB Okays 15% Discount on Airline Round Trip Fares WASHINGTON AP- The Civil Aeronautks Board authorized tin airlines Thursday to offer 15 per cent fare discounts on round trip tickets, for trips on all but the busiest travel days. The board diimissed complaints by six airlines against the new fares which Eastern Air Lines plans to put into effect Friday. Three of the protesting airlines -National, Delta and United- filed similar fares for defensive reasons, but asked the CAB to sus- This One Wired to Write 1 SMITH-CORONA Coronet ELECTRIC PORTABLE X 18 |pend and investigate their o»n proposals u well. The CAB action meant that those airlines as well as Eastern ;ill offer new bargains in air travel. Eastern's 15 per cent discount : good on all first class and day coach services over its domestic . ...ji and at its Canadian points. ut the return portion of the round trip ticket must be used seven o 21 days after the original trip. Travel at the reduced rate is ot permitted between Friday loon and 3:59 a.m. Saturday, or between 3:59 a.m. Sunday and londay noon. The fares will not be in effect or two days before or two days after Christmas. New Year's Day, Washington's birthday or Easter. Children and young people under 19 will be eligible for half he round trip discount fare i/ hey are accompanied by an adult. The special excursion rate will ;xpire next April 27. Braniff. Northwest and Trans- Texas also opposed Eastern's proposal, but made no fare filings of their own. Two of the five CAB members dissented from the decision approving the fare. Feature Packed · TWO OUNCES OFHATIS ANY MY · lucrmc IMPRESSION CONTICA · «LfCI TOUCH THAT FITS YOUt Trily tomorrow 1 ! feclyilvi .IteMe poriibli Inn SftilrV COTOM, flm.n ft, iypl,, | n(k TUt Mother ruw* whr-- Mere Ptop/t Buy SMITH-co, Portable than 1303 Eighth Avtnui "Everything for tht Offlet" ·MMIMMMMMiMji India Sends Mori Fish CALCUTTA - India exported 1,688,309 worth of fish and shell- ish to the United States last year compared with $1,326,232 worth in 1960. NICOSIA - Extension of runways on Cyprus' largest airport ·'ill cost X million. DRESS YOUR HOME IN HOLIDAY STYLE 36 ,,«,.«* J ,, $100 "Evtrythlng f»rth« Off lei" 1101. Eighth Avinui MISTEI MEGf t New Appeal By Bizup Rejected DENVER (AP) - A new appeal by condemned murderer John Bizup Jr.. 28. was rejected Thurs- ..,,, ,,,, day in U.S. District Court. jto death a 7»-year-old man during Bizup was convicted '.i Pueblo a robbery here in 195J. ol shooting to death a taxi driver.! Carrion was under sentence to Roy D. Bussey. 24, during a hold-| die in the State Penitentiary gas "I think we'd better stick to cereals that only crackle , " just completed the first phase The defense contended that the his military training at" Lack- robbery and $la ' in S constituted and AFB. Tex.. --· --'---- ·-- SeparatC aets and llw second de the specialized JAMII P. KILLIY, Army private, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kelley of Rt. 4, has recently completed three weeks of field training at Hohenfel!, Germany. Pvt. Kelley was graduated from Kimball County High School, Kimball, Neb., in 1957. He attended Colorado State University, Fort Collins for one year, then enlisted in the Army on Oct. 17 of last year. He ia company clerk in Company B, 78th Engineers Battal FAST OPTICAL SERVICE SEE HAEFELI HAEFELI, Optomtrists EDWIN J. HAEFEU. O.D. JOE P. »HUUER, O.D. JOSEPH L. HAEFELi, O.D. Second Stay of Execution Given Condemned Man 1 DENVER AP - The Colorado _ ....... , ____ Supreme Court Thursday granted ni* trial here latt April the ««ck of Marrk 1«, wa« fraat-.Paft 12 ed on u app**l bjr brim's at- wney thac tht fMilinnd nom has tact his sanity tince he was convicted of the crime. Garrison plcad*d innocent tad innocent by reason of inunity At a second stay of execution to Syl up there two years ago. His attorneys claim?d the judge at the Pueblo trial failed to instruct the jury properly on the matter of degrees of conviction and thereby deprived him ot his constitutional rights. Judge William Doyle rejected the claim, however. Bizup's attorney said he will next appeal to the L'.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Judge Doyle said a defense claim that the jury should have Iwen instructed as to conviction of murder in the second degree was in error. hamber next week. The victim of his attack - uu -~ vester Lee Garrison. S. who best Mott Freelander, a r«tir»d §ale«- nun. NEW YORK - Stainless-iteel shipments the firtt half of 1962 reached 343,000 tons, the best sbt- JThe^new stay of execution, to month figure since i»9. TrmirissiM Specialists AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION CO Repairs and Exchanf tt 821 2nd Street EL 2-4358 Greeley's Finest Building Sites Phon. 352.2219 901 10th Ave. Phont 152-2020 I basic, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob R. McKinzie of 2441 24th St. Road, Greeley, Colo., is being reassigned to Amarillo AFB, Tex., for technical training as an Air Force aircraft struc- | tural repairman. Airman McKinzie. who has WINTER TIRES! 6.70x15 bllck tube-type plui tax and two old tlrei. GOODFYEAR BLACK HAWK BATTERIES B Volt )2 Volt 9.95 13.95 Full Sized Pl«tei -~ Hwvy Duty Conttructlon -- Guir.ntted 18 Mo. -- Exchange Prlct -- Add II 00 for !nltil!itlon. "WHERE GASOLINE COSTS LESS" R A P P ' S * 101 18th St. 2445 8th Avt. :«01 10th St. i! Join Our 1963 Christmas Club NOW! ... and get a CHRISTMAS TREE as a Bonus! Come in and get your free Christmas tree--a tree that all the family will enjoy. It's yours-- as a "fun bonus" -- when you open your 1963 Christmas Club account. Do it now for as little as one dollar -- and get your Christmas tree free! AN trees are four to six feet high. r" "!* J* J THE B A N K THAT CARES ABOUT YOU WELD Couniy Bonn Membtr Ftderol Dcpotit Initiranct Corporation Z t ^^^^

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