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of Famed Mademoiselle · iy erjrbY ciLMOKI',.''- lARMENTIERES, France HT Most of the-people in the home- to wa ol one of the most fabled and" libeled --ladies of song--Mademoiselle from Armentieres--never heard of her;andLthpse 'who'dki wish they couW forget 'it.-:',' · ,The first -seven'citizens of this tHyjbelween Lille and St. Omcr, in the northeast; corner of France almost on the Belgian border; who were"asked)about the fabulous f«-' male of/WoiWiWar ;I,."cojuld ,fu'r : nishj no information. ", ; .' -.'·' "Kademoiselle. ,;from Armen- titres?" asked ' in; · in credulous' Freich policeman'. 1 "Monsieur, 1 we Have} many, but a poljceman is not precisely.- the person . of: whom to enquire." : . · ' * 'A businessman hurrying along a bushy eyebrows higher".-.;.v',, ."Mo'n sieu'r,') . h e 'sug " " cbbblestoned street to a ^ori brokerage 'office was'next in trie line of inquiry. He raised'.h'is',hat at the question, but" he raised his " ' - . :.--\ iggesled, "would "do better to look in Paris for such a. person.. Paris is gay' and . cosmopolitan, VhUe .here, in Armentieres,'we'are dull and provincial and, our-a.iris, 'w«U--'' i At .last,- a' man drivins a.'tcam of .brpwn^horses hitched to'a beer wago'h'said that 'if;we.'wouM ask at the-corner bistro'for .Monsieur Guy.Graridjean,, he ;mighV know what^we'wereVtalking-about.-'. Monsieur Grandjean,' fortunately, was in.'his ;inh.'Het w'a's '.short, arid grey. He had watery-'blu'e' eyes\ a dropping, grey-mustache, and. a mt. the color of; wall paper.pink, e saddened visibly when he heard question... . ^. : , j . , . . . , . . . ; ' . ^.'Plesse{ : monsieur,", he', .j'aid, don't' sing; the song; about.'.her."" 'ire an'Ampftcan'. That fs'noth- agaihit .'you,': : but'"'I'.ve . heard notigh : o f ' that 'song 'Vtbbul. the demoiselle from 'Armentieres;". 'Tell : hirn," I told the interpret"that -I dori't want : to' sing. the oflg.'-I'just want'to know what e'iknows/ or-; what any'-, citizen-of 'lis 1 town knowi".'about' someone. Kb, · in · certain circles, 1 must be xi'ut''the~best''known '· woma -hi ranee', 1 ''-- : '· ··...-,- ' - s : Monsieur Grandjean tightened "Several ; ' : 'persons.J'-T 1 he : v's'aid, have claimed to be, the original of · this , song ..that . - ; pinkey ~parlez Austin Sale Dates] ( \ THURSDAY, DEC. 22-10:30 A.M. A - ALEX EHRLICH: 10/ 2 mile* tail of Eaton, Colo. ' " i POWER EQUIP. AND MACH.: 1939 JD~G; 1943 AC B, 1937'R.C. Cast; 1948 k AC tomblne;,OI1v«r 1953 beet/and bean drill; Inter, tandem «Jf»c;.2 tec. dice harrow; 2. »ec, JO, harrow;. VVeiterri land're!ler;'JD Van Brundt grain drill; Oliver cpresdtr;',JP'ipreader; fingir^.wMcfef! rubber Jlr* y^agonj .MM 14 ln. : .lufnbre plow; JD^ CCMIeld :cu1t.;jp"^ bar iltf* raki; Ca»e dump rak*;7.Meyer ditcher^ Martin r diteh*r;'Cate" corn cutter; Farmhand with 2 - h e a d s ; ' C»« harrow; "Ciit. cult.;'.AC cult,; AC bean cutter; 300 gal.^gaft tank-wl^h ttandj.- loadEhg. »ho«t; C»« beet puller; float; 1947 2 tbn':CheV. truck, 2; ipeid; .cattle* racka; bi*t loader; .Inter. No. 4 leparator; beet labor furnlturej'truck chatris;' t grinditonei; anvil. . " · - . ' · ' ' LIVESTOCK; .,5 Hoi. cows, 11 White Face cattle; Hoi. bull; E hiifers and 6 calves, . i FEED: 25 ton* -lit and 2nd' cutting hay- . ; '- · ' , : , : FRIDAY, DE^. 23-10:30 A.M. ' . " ' : GEO. MEYER, 1 mile welt «f Waverley on 'south road. Lunch. : FOWER EQUIP.: 1S48 JD.Q tractor; 1962. rj|cb H tractor; 1M6 CMC 1/j ton truck; McD iprcadr;'..Mcp;· |ft.-.tiridcrn djie; Weatern land roller; JD field cult.; l«veller]--3 aec.~Karfow;-. l Ev.ercrnan-ditcher; McD 16 In. tumble plow; M-M SD pren grain drill; 1952-Mc'D 8 ft. pawer binder; McD 2 row corn plahte^; ;'McD. torri.·cult.;'.'Mcp power mower; McD dump; McD '.'bar tide'rak«;'wagon; 300 gal. gaa tank; baet loader.; ha/ sled; power sweep; \y 2 h.p.;- giia engine;'ele«, well pump'and tank; 2 feed bu'nki;: icrap -iron; amall.tooli. ..- "' · ; '- · FEED: ItXTbalea lit. cutting; 150'tialea 2nd cutting; 200 ballV 3rd alfalfa; 100'tona ensilaB*!'aome-barley and oatt. · '· '\ LIVESTOCK: 4 Shorthorn mllk-eoyva, milking and heavy springer*; 4.'*herthbrfi cows, heavy' aprtngira"; 3 SH heifer«,-2 yrt.'old;- Hoi. bull ·1J4 yn. old; B cajvet; 4 doi. White Rock chickens. , . · ; HOUSEHOLD GOODS:" Range'i; ntater;.dining room aulte;-library table; ,K. cabinet; bed complete; . Mr, .Meyer la' quitting. -:Ev«rythlng ademoiselle ent j jpinie; ."Hinky, dinky : ,- parlei. ,voui,"' I orrected him;.:: -j.,.-,,-:'-, ' ·· . "Nr/matter,'! he said, "ihe i: not. cre ; now "»'nd I-doubt U' ilK "ever ··«· here.";··'} ;':. ·'..'-.'- ^i'-'v.j". '·'·' "No monument^to her?" I uked. No 1 ' liltle ·- plate; on -. any' house?" ·"MoDikur,'-' he ja»ped,-a Uttle hockid at the suggestion/"Do'-you. how'the*words of this'song?" '":: 1 told him I did. Most emphati-, »llyVi' i'·--.- '' '" :":.".'.". He Jieid up .his hand, in protest. '"Monsieur; .if . yoir"plea.sc'. '.You' ro : miied : :not- r .to- sing." -. ; Calmed a'nd ' assured'.by the in- erpreter, monsiocur Graridjean an- w e r e d - a . lot. of questions About he'' lady 'whose ; ' name.vcarne; so ghtly: io' : 'the* : lips- o f ; i o many rriericari soldiers , o!.. the'.-..first w'orWi* , - . He said..a lot of the Iv'eleraus ad'reluriied.^W' France on trip", ftef the f ifit 'war-a hd atter, .the econd. He explained that many raveled to Armentieres to inquire bout the Mademoiselle. He said ome of their/ions musf.havc heard bdut'.her,' for .hie'd. had.- many.iri- uiries from veterahi 'of Woild War II. ·' ' He added that Armentieres was not/ so far as he/knew, occupied y American troops iri World.Wa,r , but by the British:-He said that over.the - y e a r s ' h e ' has been : tell^ ng ; . people, that no-'one o f - h e r . .ascription' ever lived in Arrnen. ieres. ' '' .FRIDAY, DEC. 23-1:30 P.M. · .ID WAGNER: 8 rnllit southwest of Greeley or ]i-i miles south ef Ash'ton .tehcol.- · -'.'·-. · ' · ' · . ' ·' ''.' : - j / - .'· '' POWER EQUIPS: 1947, Ford^truck; 1943 M-M Z tractor; .McD F-12 tractor; M-M « row beet and bean cultl.j McD beet.and bean planter; JD rr : " No 1 . 55 4 row beet and bean drill; McD power mower; 3 sec. harrow; McD b«an cutter; JD No. 2 spreader; 'JD aldeTake; M-M .beet puller; beet loader;-dump rake; -float; JD 2 row corn planter; Mollhe tumble plow; JD 10I-.16 In. plow; : manura loader;. Weitern rtscker; -McD ·prlna tooth; Scott .Vlnsr best topper; sweep; wagon; '600, gal., gaa . tank; it'lYt In. Irrlg. tubia; 4« 1-In. Irrlg. tubaa; Smith ditcher, I LIVESTOCK:'Hoi.'firat'ciir htlftr. ' . · · . - · . . . - ,, . -' MONDAY, DEC. 26-1:00 P.M. '. ALTA AN'D"-VIRGIL' GREEM:'-. 1. mile~ wast,and· y, 'mll«-aoulhj«. Bueklnaharp, Colo, or 4S'miles'.Mat and.l'/i mile south of.Au.lt.-: , i POWER EQUIP.: 1949 LA Case tractor; .1948 14-11.- Mass«y:Harrla aair propelled cpmblnt; 1950-14-ft. Massey Harrla : «elf propslled com p|ow; Graham I . . . Inter, KBS--7--truck with 1x13 ft. grain-be; t. Massey · Harris «elf propelled comblris; Case 4 bottom Hoehme 16-ft.. plow;- McD :power mower; spreader; 1941 1947 KBS « truck,'with E with »«1« ft. combination-grain and stock rack"; 1SM Che'v. 2;tcn'CpE.with *x1S ft. combination. graln':and stock bed; 1948 21-ft.'Glider'Caller heuse; Van Brunt 10fs SD grain drill. : LIVESTOCK: MO hd. Brown Swlsa Guernsey and Holateln cowa milking now; * hd. to freahen first of Jan. 2 Swls« bulls; 2 Swlaa helf ·ra;_Slack yearling ates'rI-AyrahIre heifer; .6 mixed 'Evsrythlng sells.- Please'-.be on heifer; .6 time. / ' alves. '· ;/ TUESDAY, DEC. 27-10:00 A.M. : ID 1ECKEL: 1 mile south and y 2 "mlle east ef Prospect or 4 mllei Mat mi 4 mile's south and /, mile'eaa'tlof Ke'eneiburg. . .·;. i .TRACTOR* AND MACH.: 1951 .Massey-Harris 44. specjal; 1951 JD b tractor; 1949 Inter. H super tractor,; 19H Ford VS F600 big en line, «:25 tires a|l .around, 5 apeed trans^ 2. speed axle, Tlmpte bee bed and hydraulic aide dump, lesa than 7000 miles; 1947 Inter. K5 will 1MS LiM engine, 8:26 tires, Z.'apeed-axle' anf·b«t-b.ed;r1Hl;lrlUrv R 110 yi ton pickup, B ft.'bed aiid. overloads; grain, and atoek rack fo pickup; 1947 i^ ton Ford V8,.Tlmpte araln bed back dump; 1950 Ford V« 4 deof sedan;. 19S4 Van Brundt 16x7 DD presa with .grass seeder 1164 Inter! t row beet and'bear, plariter'wl'h rubber'press wheels; 1954 Great Western thlnnsr, used :very little;..1958 S row Massey' Harrl. beet and bean cult, for 44 or 33; '1953 C'ase.forage harvester corn head 1154 Case 4 bar aide rake on dual rubber; 2 1954 '3-see., Caie rotar] h««s; 1951» ft.-Case pull type combine'with'bean'attach.; r 120-240.gener «tor,1^i'KVA; overhead hoist' for shop; y, lojvchaln' ; hoist;. large^jil compressor with 1[4." ~ ' ·" ^ . . . - . j - -- *.., ....rj... portable .grinder; Bo: -- - - * -, -In. 'Irrigation tubes;- check dams and'straight dams; . 12x12 broode house'on skids; 'gas brooder; coal brooder;'.elec^'fencer; .'all .kinds o cult, tools;'shop tcola too numerous to mention; labor house furniture ' '. -I'/i cu. l ft. elee. re/rlgerator; DeLnval bench.cream separ»ter; for tracter.194; ft. Ford mower; Ferauaon plow; 4 row.Inter, beet drill ( ft. Ford:'mowsr;. Oliver, manure spreader on rubber; slde'dresser fo Ford; -1IK Marbeet beet harvester .with all latest attach.; 1952 No. 3 1» in,:(nte'r. tumb|e plow;,1950 7 ft. Towner,offset disc;. 1943 JD No. 17A 1» ft. combine oh'rubber; tnter. 9 row beet and bean cult.;-Inter. r«w bean cutter with dividers; Inter. 7 ft. power mower with roc guards; JD Nb. 1B 4'row corn planter fert.-attach,; Inter. NoV 60 hy draulk manure loa'der for M or H; « r»w cultro cult.; 7 ft.-Everama ditcher on rubber; 8 ft. V ditcher; 16 ft/Inter, roller pulverizer;1E ft Iron Age finger weeder on wheels; .12 ft. Eversman leveller orf rubber 11 ft'.-wood float; 4 sec. Inter. 35 tooth.harrow;. 3 se* Inter.. 35 tool larro'w; JD 8_ft.- 1 CC field cu.lt.; harrow hitch for tumbje plow; J[ tractor hay aweepj'Vyestern,hay stacker; hay,' buck'fram'e'j'rubber" tire wagon and rack; 1952 Inter. 12 ft. j rod weeder; hay rack; Trl-Angl p«wer wsed.bgr'n'er on 'trailer; ,JD ipower. spreader, .-. , 4 ,- ,, ; FEED: Approx. 20 toni'of snap corn, no rnoisture.-M ton ··led hay ; This Is all 'good .equipment.- ·'·) - j - ' \ WEDNESDAY; DEC '. · IVERETT-GIESE: J/, miles north of the Ft. Colllni traffic circle · POWER EQUIP.! 194S.MD tractor, Model A; 1947 H.MD tractor i«1 VAC Case tractor. 3 point hitch; 19S3 SC' Case tractor with wld fr«nt; 1946 Dodge truck with 2 speed axle and 1952 motor: rubber tire Wagon and ra'ck; 2 rubber tired trailer wagons with, racks; dual whe traller.for Farmhand spreader; small beet box; .1946 Chev. truck with beet box. long wheel base; 16 In. 2 bottom Case tumble plow, on rubber; Case hang'on plow, 3 poTnt. -hitch; . Mollne -combine 1951 and 6} Me-e'el; Manure. V; .wooden leveller;' Fresno scraper; ,286 gal. gas bar- Gill . . rel with pump; Tarlngton beet loader:. Mode] A hay swe rake; Cope hay sticker; Case 4 bar aide' rake; Me mower , hay sweep; JD dump for H or H; Farmhand loader with 2 heads; Case manure preader-1954; Me double elsc grain drill, 12 hole; JD beet and bean drill, 4 row; AC corn planter, I point hock up';,Mollne'2 row beet puller, 3 point hook up; land roller; JD 2 iee. harrew','12 ft:; Cas« 3 aec. harrow, 15 ft.;, 2: ditchers; world's ·f karb wire; Corn.-£i!t.-«eritC'.ir.pC.Ca»e,tractbri 4 row beet cult, fer MD--A tractor; 'Wet'mori-Feed Grinder or .Hammer.-MIII; AC 8 ft. tandem disc; corn'or beetar with 3 point'hook up. . . ", LIVESTOCK: S Shorthorn~ste"era, wt. 450; 4 heifers, v.'t. 650;. S · arlnaer heif«rs,wt.»00;'4 therlhorne, wt. 350; Hoi., wt. 350; 5 *hort- horn atock caw«, first calf cows; 7 pilfer ea]vei; 7, bull calves; Brown ·wlM cow, 7 y'ra.'old; black, 4 yr. old; Hoi. first calf heifer;.14 Shorthorn cows, 3 to 7 yra.'etd; Reg.- Red Poll bull, J yra/old; 7 ewes, age 4^; 6 lambs; buck iheep; sow »ni plg; sow; single unit Hlneman milking machine; .milk/cows;. Cbronado elec. 'cream separator, large a-lie, like newVsmill tools; 8 In. JO ft. endlese drive belt; .Montgomery Ward beltle gam atove. ' · · . . ' : ' · . ' . . - . ; . ' -:-''.'; · : ' ' - ' - · ' . : . J fttO: SO ton tnapped eorn; » ton kale* hay. ,,· p^ - . ·-. { AUSTIN AND AUSTIN AUCTS. · NATTi!iB. ; "AUSTliJ.'' v '-^'.''-?rKiTr AUSTIN :. r ' Ft. C«ltoaal »82 ·:-:: -;;';?·'.· Ft,. CoJllBiJ ««1 . : ·' ,-· ··" ' ' - - '.";.'.'-"RAT LARSON'^",' " , . . yi3707-W-. GILL -- C. W. O. Marvin Earnhardt,-.wife 'and daughter, Marti,' of Newburgh', 'N. .Y., arrived : 'M6n lay by car to spend - the Chrisl- holidays with ' grandmother, Mrs. Henry Rasmusse.n,-the Walt Markleys~and a sister;'Mrs.:Gene Brown.'and family of La S»Ue.- ; Herman Neiberl of Camp-lrwini alii., arrived home" Tuesday: for two weeks with Siis · mother, Mrs. ;'. Neibert of Greeley. 'Students, wijo-haye been'attend- ing-. "Arizona -,-Bible' institute 'at Phoenix, Ariz. ; , arrived home Sat-, ufday-'to spend the holidays', with their parents.-. The' student? ,ar«: Gary Madison, second-year, .son of Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Austin Madison; Raymond Lohr, t h i r d . year, son of Mr. and'Mrs.; Ed labi; -Robert Ehrlich, third year,- sop -of Mr, md Mrs. Robert Ehrlich;;.'. . .-'.Dorothy Isjaksbni /daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Isakson 'and a senior at Gill High 'school,' took the '. National;- Merit-.."Scholarship corporation examination in October with - 50,000; 'top;.'.'rankihg .isehiors from 10,000 high schools throughouf the cation. Miss Isakson will enter the final .examinations Jan.- '14 -when' 500 students- will receive scholarships valued at'?Z,000'tp" any college in the nation. ' ' '- : Mrs. Wilbur Jackso'n was hostess Friday's! a-12:30'o'clock:luncheon for the DGD club and nine kue ' The group was seated at the long dining table and three*quartel tables, which were very beautifu" with red .-candles, · and miniature Christmas trees, Christmas;place cards, red and while-stick candy and a china miniature dog:or eat with a colorful ribbon collar. for favors. Roir'call was'"answered by members arid " guests reading resume of Christmas celebrations in : ither lands', prepared, by Mrs Jackson. Present wer* opened "and names' of secret pals (or the pas year were" revealed. Christmas games were playei and the afternoon closed with sing ing carols with Mrs;' Jackson/· Ihe piano. Women enjoying'-; Mr^ Jackson's hospitality r were .Met dames Floy .Oliver,"Glenn 'Deppe Ernest Ericksofi, Jack ' Danby Henry-Jtasmussen, Marvin ""Earn hardt, Howard BrUcoi, Jamel Danley, Gilbert French,; John Henney, Herbert 'Anderson," Dora Sleek, Roy Bishop,.; Carl-.Wood George Page, Charles,;'Becker Clarence.'Townle'y,. Ed Briscoe Jeis Morion, Walt Markley, James Coo'jf, Arnold BrocJctrup,- Dorothy Morris and Bill Doke. "'. '. .'; . .Mr. and Mrs. John Henney', *ho were married 35 years ago Dec. 12 were honored by a turkey' dinner Saturday evening at the'-.home o Mr.'and Mrs. Ted Swanson. Sunday Mr.- and Mrs. Jot Boshinski and family, were hosts, at a turkey din her. Guests were the immediate family. . · ' · Expect Much of 6ii ; |i||i§ ,'ir L MM · DAWSON " v : ;'?/, NEW YORK ; ..lf^Belief *'. Santa Claus doubtless, Is · more, common imohg the little .Virginias . of our land _,than '; among., 'hardheaded American, businessmen'.' ,-'· ^ '- :. · But the titan's of industry'might well.be writing letters to the good saint, for all'we.kiiqw. If,sq, here are some,things .they, may be "asking|him'.to. put. under their.' ChristmasTtrees: . ;. ./'..'.'."j. '-·''', Pte.4(j,f-Sanja,;'bnng" 'a;tax'cul-- almost : any old tax 'cut: . o n . bur profits, 'our take.home pay or 'on the-products..we. make and hope'to sell. At the. same 'time, naturally, we -expect you-' to v see ; .that 'the budget gets balanced, the federal debt'.reduced,_ahd'..'nalional ,defenses made ever slrrjnger. As litlle politics'as possible, too, please. 'It will be 'an''election year, but don't let them make, business the "whipping boy. pjm't.-ttOUce if big busmess gets : ,bigger. : .'AI' Ihe same lime, help liltle business. Let everybody make scads jof money, ^an^ nobody fail : (except maybe o n e ' ' o r - t w o ' o f our more troublesome competitors). ' ·'/'Arid ..'go ..easy. ,on those .congressional probes.. We spend countless man hours preparing for them. They come;, high'.'in time and money. And when they're over, oft a s . n o t - w e just wonder .what the shooting was; all . a b o u t . ' .For that matter, you've no idea, Santa,-'.how'.-much'lime we spend filling out-, government iforrris, how many clerks we.hire just to keep Washington info.rmed about -sometimes .we' aren't sure what about. 1 ' : '· ; - t . ''If "the(new- year, brings (a guaranteed . annual 'wage : for labor lease, Santa, give us guarantee! nnual profits, ,, our., stockholders uaranteed annual divldYmls, am dads of tHe · laiid "guarantee! nnual bank accounts riding high hove the - first' of j the * month bills Then, drop in our'stockihg a gibs a r y / o f terms to' show what.the {usiians mean . w h e n - ^jhey say omething; We look .up'thelr words n.Ordinary ^dictionaries 'buf:'-thi meanings'/obviously .aren't thi ame...We could-.all sleep belter Ian belter, enjoy the fruits o «ace''and prosperity - more,',if w ould just be' sure .that what ,w hink 'we-,iee is.' really' peace- an irospcrity with any kind of; last ng quality.. . ; DENVER!«!-; Colorado Securtt es Confmissioner Curtis White ob- iried ui-Denver Dist. Court.Mon- ay a tempbrary'injunctlon against lanish Bar Uranium Corp., halt- g-the' sale.of,all slock;and dii- osilioh of.ahy'-company-securities ntil further court: order. ..' . . The., injunction; was granted .by udgc Willjam A. Black'on a com- lainl filed ag'ainsl thb.corooration civ.-28 .by White, /charging the rhi wilh fraudulent practices and 'solvency. " '.' . 1.-' ·'_ . ' White'said the uranium.'firm had ot filed a ' prospectus with 1 the ate, was-not regislercd 1 with ivision o f . Securities -and 'made false .'representations and prom- to investors'and prospective nvestors. 1 .' · .- .· ·.' · : ' · ' , ' Named as defendants in the -suit ere .Frank R. -Weigncr, . R a l p h lines,.Harold A.' Auger, J.'J.. and ,ose Malir Jr v and Henry Paylat --all of Denver, and J. S. Feltis f Kansas. . . - ' ' . . " ·Suicide' Kills Cop TAIPEI, Formosa" to -- Lait Au gutt Policeman' Sun Tung-Ping racked by tuberculosis, lay down on his bunk, put a revolver to hi: head, and .pulled .the trigger.'- But his hand snook,'and the sho went out through-a'[window/ killed a fellow policeman'.. The district co_urt at Hualien Fri day convicted Sun ^sVni-iEr.tJ-.ncc; him to.a year in jail on a charge of:manslai'ghter.';.-. i . · 'A I ) . ' . · ': ln f ·.-' J The. famed' Dublin' C.a'fe. theat ric'al troupe will viiit IEiypt,.early in 1»56 to present "Oedipus",' ."Tin Merchant of Venice" .and "Thi inoch Arden Drama With .His .Young Bride- RENO, Nev. Mi -- Lumber Log 2er Alfred b. Fine,'21, was hone; ·nrwriirig.-somewhere Sunday -wil lis IS-yearroId bride, p u l l i n g - b e h i n d ' h i m ' for, good, the unhapp chapter'of "a wartime Knoch Arde d r a m a , which' engulfed him la summer. · . ; .' . . Fine and- Ellen Irene Asher, Bedding, ..Calif.,.bookkeeper;-' wer married here Saturday night. The young logger was.thrust inf imelight last 'August when he wa discovered living at a Nevada coun :y, Calif., l u m b e r ' c a m p - w i t h 2( year-old Una Schmidt,-whose hui land,·Airman Daniel Schmidt, ha lust .been freed after 24 year! in China" Communist prison cVmp. . M r s . Schmidt, .saying she be lieved her husband dead, declare she and Fine were married iii Mex Ico in September,-1954, but neve gave.a precise.date or place. ·'·Fine's marriage license-'applica lion here slated that neither he lie Miss Asher .ever ^had 'been"ma ried before: it j»as pointed^but'Tii any ceremony uniting hirri 'and \3i Schmidt'would Have be^n ihvj'il dated, by Schmidt's -return. --.^ .Both SchrA'idfand Fine said thi wanted ilni "and left it : for her.: decide. Schmidt's baby,-born afte Ms departure to Korea, called Fin '.'Daddy.". Schmidt said he wan ed the child's custody,'even if h wife should decide against hin After-;a.'pe.riod 'of agonizcd^ind clsion, Una. rejoined h e r ' h u s b a n last August. · ' . · . ..'.Una, Schmidt and. their ^chi have/been jiying'-'near Boiling Force.Basel justfoiitside Wa'shin toflu, for.the lait several week Schmidt received his discharge Fr day,- and .they' were believed trave ing west 'jur.day night. , ' - - : " . · The former airman plans to enfe the .University 'of Morrtina'.' H mother, Mrs/Ray.PeWs'l,said Portland, 'Ore.,, she aVpeclcd hi home.for Christmas: . .-' P. -Pleads Irinocenty er),-Arapahoe : -'toiiniy ; .. Justice vof e-'piace accused 'of.,·embezzling |950'm cbunty ! funds/;-'; '"1 -';,-..^ JudgeChristian JD./^Sloncr rarT- pted'.tlw' plea^'and 'continued .the se : to;. Feb.- Y.^for ;resetting': the Hallberg''. is.; charged ; wi(h cwi- rting to , his? owri u n. fund s '· he ceiv'ed : a's a'··justice!; He "was" Jin (ice r from 1952 until eirly 1954 hen hc"-rsign'ed: : ,-_;.' ;,-·' -.' · . · · Obiaiiietf;- :: Business v GariiMy arid Wh**hir Receive ·; '\ : ''''Sv''-:V;v-V : '»wirJ':-..';: ; ?:jvi?Ai'' ! vThe .-\Vf6iir-LeUcr ; Award", ·pre- sented by Ford ^division :'of t.Ford - advocating-} anarchY- -- including Bracken liw'.V'.-HsV^' Vl'-fiS"' -!?'-,"·-« i v :i?t//yv- M '.*''.·· .Lee accused Rogers .;and (others n Congress t al ^'deciding, what's !0bd.f.ojr_lhei peopieVtDd^tiisregard- ng'the) Constitution;;; 1 ,?03"i ]] f,{ of jdejilers/wilh' ouistandihg r'rec- irds.-in business'and service,;has ^een. won by Garhse'y and WoeelerV cal Ford dealer. ?:':'·.'.:-5.y-J !'··-· '3.'. T. Cavhar, ·; Denver i district sales 'manager' for'.Fprd,'announced that _ Ihe V local ^dealership :was chosen.':for . Ihe;,award by members-of his office in'cboperatloii' with'officials" a't.the''division's hea'd- ciuarters.W.Detroit. 1 ·?.'?-' V« '-.-' · : '--"' . Ford division's, policy is to make t h e - ' a w a r d - t o ' d e a l e r s with "outstanding ·pe.rfor'miihce"- : jbri -.'the basis of sound ^ finances'/ efficient Hijjh Biis ; ' - · ; : ' " · DALLAS, Tex. IB -- Fellow a'r- ested on top of a 'garage gave the xcuse for his being there: he was siting for.a bus.And thought tha' ''is the bus'stop. " ' '. management, 'competitive' and modern facilities. spin! Governor Lee'1nsists;.,- : .=. Upon Nb Foreign,Aid ·' " .CpLprtADO.SPniNGS 'tin -- Republican Gov._J, Bracken Lce;of Ulah declared- here. Sunday-, that "support of foreign 'governments is a violation' of the. federal Constitution." . . . - . . " . . . 'But Rep. Byron Rogers (D-ColoC countered ' thai Marshall! plan "expenditures are -justified for three reasons: (1) : For defense of the ·United 'Si afe s;. (z) f or ' i m p rovin g business at home arJd'3)-for'beinE the Christian'thing t o ' d o . ': Lee,, .who.Is currently refusing to pay 1955 income -taxes/ said-.ir a radio interview lhal "the dfaf law v in peacetime is .involuntary servitude.".-·.- - _· ' -, -· A. '·· Rogers"' 'responded holly ..'tha "anyone. who .does not conform; to the. laws of the United States" ! - .'iV Vr ''"--:-..-:' '' .'' .':·:-·' ^(':'-viO^V'- .-£ .-' » · ' - ' " - V! V P«/2b,:1955,O.GRBELpY;THiBTJNE/", Page 9- J Lcc'sald his o|rcfiiri;i incohio jaxcs for'.'all pco' :; \ . - , · ! . : . ! : , : : · ·*·'': ,',*t,"'?': ;··;. /i Water'i'irited''^.\ ^ 'QTTAWA,'.!!!.; i» : --- -waler- \'.'t'a- ales" 'are,.operating -hereabouts., · A suryey.by. a..Cilizens.-Advisory corn.miltciB s disclosed 127 -. homes wiliioul. ryr'ntcr, mclcrs;. over 00 -:ot " : ':?; r "Anj* Amount ""·."· : ' ' " -· ;.? r-jor- on .farm;- v ,.-'" .... ',;-.. : : JI ...:F.J i.-..^!..- · ' ' · ; , : ' -..'.' - . P h . .La Sails 'S7"daya': . ' ' ;··-.' .Evit.nlngy.74J2 'op 1S1MJ" '·'.'· -FISHER . ; BROS.'-0' l^-'-r -:^a SaSJjf,; Coloradb!;i : 'j. ; S E W M A C H I N E : -, · .:":'..^... K-f^m^m^^y^KmA'^'a i^VfTii;^/;.'' ·'*·! P.- ·' SPECIAL ( I'ljICLS f SAVb ' $30 to $70 1 I V ^ / HURUYI 1 *' TERMS f!;RADES DEPENDABLE SEWING MACHINES hacked and 8_arah tccrJ.by an American Sewing' Machine"'C'oii Aval'lablo'; ln : Portabk,-Conolt,Dtst,i|n Straight 'Stitch, Swing Needle ZFgzag Ali fine t q llty at economy prices ~" CHRISTMAN HARDWARE Phorie'OlGOJi ' Kersey Hey . . . : . . . - : Wanna TRUCKf We Have Left 14 Brand New 1955 CHEVRQlET and Trucks Fund Ask$ ; Tethers' ilfeges to Aj^ply ' : for'Joining; : Granfs .'. ; :* BOULDER'in -- The'fund for the_ Advancement of Education Sun^ay.'announced a (540,000 pro: grarn-to' assist colleges and uni-' versities'in "more effective utiliia-; tion^of'their teaching resources.".Dr. Ward Darley, 'presUeht.of tht University, of Colorado, said applications .haye^been invited from --degree-grantin'g' schools for, grants ranging from $2,000 fo $25,-' 000. ...:'_.. ;·.'...._/.. .·-.".- .;.. ';': '· Grants approved bill b« used for' "more effective deployment 'of teaching faculties, and,mure etfec- tiyetuse of faculty.resources," hj', .,;Dr.-Darley is-a member y Uie committee on utilization of .college teaching resources, governing body 10 [PICKUPS · V 2 TON SIXES And Eights--Long and Shorl \VhccIbasc--· One,Cameo Carrier. · 1% Ton Pickup 4 TRUCKS ALL TWO TON We're Closing Them Out! Buy ^ Yourself A REAL DEAL! .OWCOST FINANCING ^ttMEML MOTOIS /·iffllMtlf PLM '721 Tenth St. Phone 75

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