McCrary-Taylor trial jury selection nearly completed Three driUren Sentence reduction for youth denied die in abandoned freezer hi Idaho Wed., April 18.1Â»73 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 7 THELOCKHORNS ..90IDEN, Colo. (AP) - Weld At the close of Tuesday's ses- County Dist. Atty. Robert. Hit sion, the defense had exhausted le,r, a prosecutor in'the trial of, all but one of its allotted 19 per- rwo Texas men charged with emptory challenges, meaning murder and; kidnaping in the dea.th of a Lakewood doughnut shop waitress," predicted Tuesday that testimony in the trja,l,will begin Thursday. Jailer said that although a jury,will likely be seated today, an/expected flurry of renewed defense motions may delay the beginning of testimony. final slections of a jury'is almost assured today. Sherman McCrary, 47, and his son-in-law, Carl R. Taylor, 38, are charged in the abduction slaying of Leeora Hose Looney, 20, of Thornton. Both the defense and prosecution accepted three new jurors Tuesday, and the defense NOTICE Dog Clinic for the town of Kersey will be held as scheduled. APRIL 23rd 6:30-9:00 at the Municipal Bldg. Charge of inoculation will be $3.00. Robert L. Hoff, D.V.M. will conduct the clinic. The 1973 Dog Tags will also be on sale at the clinic. Kersey Town Board challenged three others but was ovverruled by District Court Judge Daniel Shannon. Shannon denied Tuesday a defense motion that Taylor be returned to Folsom Prison because the time limit for his custody here had expired. California authorities had granted temporary custody of Taylor for the trial. Taylor's attorneys contended the 120-day limit expired on Monday, and the actual trial had not yet begun. Shannon, however, ruled (hat the trial began with the start of jury selection April 9. One prospective juror admitted to a defense attorney he doubted his ability to be fair and impartial in considering the evidence. The man, who has daughters aged 16 and 17, was dismissed because of his admitted bias. A woman, later dismissed by peremptory challenge, related under questioning that her former husband's cousin was a slaying victim of the Manson family. GYPSY MOTHS HAVE VOKACIOUS APPETITES A single gypsy moth caterpillar will eat his way through one square foot of leaf surface every 24 hours. A single defoliation can kill softwoods and two defoliations can kill hardwoods. IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) -- A mother found two of her children and their playmate dead of suffocation when she opened the door of an aban- donedfreezer, authorities said. City Policeman Ralph Nixon said Mrs. David McCamas went looking for her children Tuesday afternoon when they failed to return home. Nixon said the three apparently crawled into the old freezer, described as a chest type with an outside latch, and became trapped. Bonneville County Coroner Vernal Kydalch identified the victims as Preston Outcelt, 5, son of Mr and Mrs. John W. Oulcelt of Idaho Falls, and Todd, 6, and Michelle, 4, children of Mr. and Mrs. McCamas. Rydalch said the three probably had been in the freezer for about 90 minutes, and estimated they had been dead for an hour when Mrs. McCamas found them. Young Democrats ; meet Thursday There will be an organizational and issues discussion meeting of Young Democrats at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. - v The meeting will be held at the residence of Tom Herring, 2624 22nd Ave., and all interested persons are urged to attend. LITTLETON,. Colo. (AP) -District Court Judge Richard Greene.denied Tuesday a motion for sentence reduction for an 18-year-old youth convicted in connection with the firebombing deaths of five members of'an Aurora family last Palm Sunday. Dilmon Ray Nixon Jr. was one of four youths convicted in the deaths of Wilbur Routon, his wife, a son and two daughters in their home. 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