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. . . . »y tLT^ON JC. FAY ..,.-," .^WASHINGTON to -^Tlic^rmy Is giving' another boost · tn '· the atomic fire power'it has deployed along Western Europe's' anti-Corn- aiunist defense line. · , ' I t ' announced' Thursday night - that''six more battalions'of Corporal ;guided missiles 'will 1 go' to Europe , during', - t h e first ^ f o u r r"bnths: of the .new y e a r . - · " ' These weapons; capable of using nuclear; ^explosive warheads and with a range upito about TO.miles, will be: added'-'to a';growirig' variety - of .atomic weapons.. the ground force has in-Europe. CuHkd Mi.ill, Unlit R.idy ' - Army, atomic' 1 weapons : ! a!rea'dy · thece' include one battalion of Corporal missijes^ -several -'batteries of.'Honest J o h n bombardment rockets and six battalions, of ,250- mm. .'cannon; Tn addition, the Air ." Force has units of the. Matador I guided .'missile" -- like the Arniy ; \veairaiis-.cap.ablejof 'carrying mi;- cl«ar'v;''irh'ca'ds 1 ' : --"?;arid hundreds ; of-"aircraft designed" to "use tac i tical · atomic .bombs on "the bat; tlcfield. '' · ; '·'.'· ' .'All six "of the Corporal 'missile ; battalions -will ,'leave f r o m . V\. ; BMs's,'Tex., where they have been · training for months. ' ..;:.- R»ngt S0'to70 Mil.i The announcement . described ' r the Corporal merely' as" a "sur; face-to-surface guided missile ca- 1 pable of extending'-the range of ^ conventionaK'.artillcry. 1 '. Actually, ^ the-Cprporal travels a't'supersoni' ', spced-and has a ' r a n g e of 50. to ·_ 70..'miles -- well beyond even the :' 80-mile · maxjinum reach i of .the t 2ao-mm. cannon. 1 · The Army also has .'in. develop- · m e n t , ' b u t probably still far from '. perfuclion for'actual troop use, a ; longer range ' missile, the = R e d - ·;' itbne.'. . . ' :. : Corporal S '. .The;.Corporal' is a semi-guided ; missiie. It follows'a raciar'bcani 1 during the first "phase of its fliglit. · -Theh.^'hen^iris^jieadcd correctly, .! it p'roceeds'Hke'any'6silisttc~p"ro- .; jectile --- on a · high," 'curving · arc · Without-fu'rth'er-^'guidance,. to the ' target. . . ' . . . I -The 'Redstone, is" · a , ballistic ' rncket,- with no 'guidance, system · after it has been aimed and fired · Bange of the .'Redstone. may be ; between ZOO;arid 300.-miles: The ; major problem ' is · perfecting the 1 intricate aiming- system needed -to · Ml:a ta'rget'at a distance of hun '. dfcds or thousands 'of.miles. . G t r m i n i U..d Balliitkt Rock*ti ' Ballistic rockets first'were use: · by. the G e r m a n s .in World Wa !- II. These were popularly.known a ! V2s, .but the; technical-- designa ; tion used by the.Germans was.A4 Several G e r m a n scientists wh' elped '.''create .the first -'.rockets sed' b'y '· ."the ; Germans' "in " the ing" months o f ' W o r l d ' W a r ' ' I I re w o r k i n g ' f o r ' t h e " A r m y - a t its iunls'vilie, · Ala/,' arsenal,' : where tie .Redstone is being .developed: One of 'these scientists,'.'.asking Hat he not be'named, j t o l d ' a : re- sorter Friday lhat' considerably mpfoveil accuracy 'was':attained n the comparatively. lew months luring, which" the "Germans lobbed, ockets in the direction of Ixmdon, an average distance' of- .abiout. 100 miles'!from. the. launching sites. At" tne"o'uUet 'of cohibat ; firing, he '.'circle' of error"., itf aiming ·an as high ,as 20"ni|les.;But'be-. ore? firings'stopped' with Hhe. de- cat of Germany, he. said,'the fire control .(aiming) .system h a d ' been mprovcd · until some-shots were iitting .within two miles.'of the ntendcd 'point.' ' . , ; 1,050 V2 Rock.tl Hit England American . Army records; show hat between-.'Sept.. 8,.. 1044, ' and April 25', 1945, a total o f ' 1-,OMUV2 rockets- reached, England.; Those rockets -killed 2,154' persons.'?--_an average of two-persons .for 'each rocket. · . . . ·- : ·., ,' But rockets'now c a n . c a r r y ' n u - lear explosive warheads,-.tietona- ion of. even' a tactical-size nuclear warhead of 20:or 30 Cilolons energy yield could produce major casualties;more, than a mile from he explosion. A hydrogen war- lead, with- a -yield of several mil- ion. Ions'of energy, could produce total or major destruction and cas- lallies 1 '10 miles or more . distant. :.-'· SUTTON, N. O..WI·-- A l*.yMr-*fcl h*y. irh»»»',«l»i1"«« ·wrt»d'. ·~p«ii!bl train wreck hit'i thkiy rww bik* and « $,1H uvlrHji b«nd - b«iM« hU Ch'ri«tmas:trtV:FrMay,; | v -.,-) .^.'i/^.c-, 1 - ·-· -.'-:··' ···*·::: _*H-v . ^~ ·'·'·:'.Th* click-click cr*!th«.r«ili dWn't;rm« trui t*,k*nnt«ti '-.Therm.': whtn rh* · attfcound'fa'sr m'airrearvd thrtyffi 'thji prairie ttmrmmtty . - two"wt#ki'aflo.-*73 ·-:.-··.'Y ;.:'..-';]· * ^ : v . 1 - " - · i , ! i , ' , - : [ . v "i.^- ; : ' ' · ( H« Invidigattd and found i br«k«n'rill.: : WWiVth«. WMHwund; mill train du« through t»wh fal m.lnyHl, .K«nn«Hvrran.«.Barter .if..-', a mili to'lkrt a br«k«min. . , , j ;'. .' -·''·'·':·,''·.·'·'.·_,.···] . · ·.. ·"· : "'Th« mill Irain. already had paiMid Hiroyth tt» n^t tewn^h««ei-. ing f«r th» 'tpet wh«r« fh» nil w brvkwi,.when riM'*nfln*r:wa» : «rd«r«d by radto ti »t»p hit train. V - , " . ·'. . ''..,1-;',,^:'-'-).' ··'·'·' .·:-···· With HW blcycl«'«nd Hw bond cam* a ml* frem Griar.Nirtnirn - R a i l w a y Prtsfd*nt.'Jfthn'M..Budd Which iaM/"A'grtar.miny B4h*pje, ar* rhi'nkful for what yoo'dW. By 1*ll)ng rh« brakema.n,. *.* v y*v pra-' - v»nl*d what could have b**n'a M.rieuc acctd*nt." ,:-.-· , - . . . . , J VA Suspended case for .trial without a 'jury .on Feb.'l. f ' y ;;··;·.·' .'··",·;·'·, ';-'Mra.'.^ Jo^ceX'-Aim , Knespel; of Eaton,; through'; her ; mother, -'Mrs'. Op'aUWhite,;· was'/gr'anled.';an ;an- n'ulrnelili pt- her \ marriage* td : Jerry ·Le«;Kn«pei.; The 'decree 'signed by Car Damaged;$30 J Jh i .v^ Mishap^-Near.-:.Wind Jori-^' · . . . : - · · · . . i ··-.:·'·' : · / · ·.!;·.- A .1948 Vord drjven·,by.-Claude Elliott-Waldvogle-nf 1865 Bleyenth avenue was' 1 damaged .i.$30-' in .an accident' on- Colorado . 257 p i'at; the southeast edge of Windsor about 8:10 p. m. Thursday, the-highway palro! reported. - . . . · . - . . · . ' ' Waidvogle, driving north, -turned on a curve and the car went off-the road, .hitting the giiy ' wire on ; a telephone pole'and causing the wire to break. .Damage to Ihe-guy wire was;estim'ated:at'S10. tSe. accident was; inve'stigaled^by.State .r'aliol- man Eugene L. Ayers:' ' Pians.'Now'; To Wed Beau;'of Siudent Days. . WEST · SHOKAN, N.; Of.;'- Oi · -Mary' · McBride,' -.columnist- arid radio commentator, said Friday "I really have no plans.now.for mar- . ria fe." = i= -f*vr":'-: 7^* ~v^i""; ·-.-'- That w a s - h e r reply.-.to reports, from Jefferson City,- Ho.,'that-her ehgagement'.fo Dr. Rjch~a'rd_ Dorr i s , ' a ' b e a u pf-.40;years ago, would, be announced during the.Christmas, holidays.' ' - M - - . .- ' "The 'old. ca'rcer is. still, work- n'g,-" jsiiid -Miss" McBride who came to begin a career 'that led to radio fam'c:and .then! to;daily 'cpluriining for The Associated Press!· ._!\:./" ·Miss McBride·: said she and'Dr. Dur'ris had'-beeh engaged'.'as university -,stu d ents. ! They ,·· r e main e.d friends' !when.'·'distance' separated them'and-he;m'arried.^riolher"girl. Dr.j Dorris'. wife'-died.,about "two years' ago. .He an'd .Miss McBride. have seen.each other, since.'..-:..,...-. : Candlelight s Chrisimas .; Eve Servit:e^af: : P^i r k; , . There will be i. caiydlelight'.serv- ice at ·Park^Congreffational; church Christmas Jtvc from',11 i. m, . until mtdnighl: ^CHanccl choir,"- directed by Carl Mclander, will singj'seyeral, of jhc'\great -ChristmaSi ''anthems. .Carols will ;be . sun^ ,and ; a .short address given by the minister,. Dr. ·Frank . - Carlson. TbU 'W ill i be ·followed by the symbolic ^passing of- the ,'Chrisl- Lighl/from tfie altar t o i 1 " " " % - / · · ·:-.' i . . - ' · - · . :-- Gilests;;at : This-Parly- ·, ..DENVER "Ml -- Guesls at this Christmas, party- clamored .excitedly, if 'not. articulately, 1 , and'little wonder." = · - . - ' V!'. · · ' ' ' · cl '· ''· I \ 'Al tree · stood 'in-th'e-.cp'rner 'anc gifts' crowded' thV floor. 1 They, included ['400'."pounds of kennel ;biS' cuils, seven 'cases of dog food.'.thret 'cases pf/cat. food'· and 'id ;doz^i stockings..full of dog '.candy j", hart Grubber, toys,-.dog;biscuits' and cal . .Th'e occasion w'asfthe 4th'annua Chris lmas'}p'arty'", for-anijhal. ires: dents of the : p.umb Friends Lea g\i The-homeless,' 150 dogs/arid M.'cal lUended.--. *' i.'.'"V : - : .-.?.'.''V-; \ We Will Be O P E 7:30.a.m. to 7:3,0 p.m. on \ CHRI^TMASJ DAY V ' . - . ; ! . ' . 'and ·'·'. ' · - · ; / . '·;.· '.'· ' MONDAY, 2425..8th Avtnue 1995 SPECIAL! 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In- oun.npnie Alle'-is ' f o n d l y T re- ^weecV rn"e"niorl«i "cling " i d her ' ' name;. . , ' .Those Tvho.loved her in life- tin- .Still "IdvV her |n neath : jli«t th« .' same.' : . . : ·: i ' · . "' Sadly missed by, ...-· ·, ··,,_.. ' · Mr, and Mrs.' Loyal B. Warner and Luanno I^e ; ·'' . · i : ' . ' " ' '· of WASHINGTON: tn -- President Eisenhower granted ,Yuletide;'par- ons Friday to' 42, convicted; criminals arid conjmuied -,'one ..death entenc'e'.'vv-' ·---'----:; -','_ '.'.('. The While^ House ' s a i d ' t h e - l i s t 'ould b« available later', at the ustice Dept. . * ^ \ . - '/ ^ · Eisenhower .actedrin:- a n , hour's o'nference'-wifh Atty.- Geh.-Br'owh- II- : " ' . ' · : · '':·· j- -,·-.' M : The..attorney, general,/asked- as ;' left .'the - President's" office if e could provide',any.-.names; of lose, given clemency, wro'te :out 'John-' Vigneault of 'New Hamp- hire" . as^that- of :the m a n - saved rom death." He,said .Vigneault's entence was.cut to SS.'years. - J ' - Pvl. John Vigneault 22, :pf,,-Man- 'hester; N..H:, 'was "givenla death entence-at a -court' nVartial !for larlicip'ation.ih' the" shooting of. an elderly - couple 1 .on ; 'a,··lonely, road in ' Germany. April;: 19,- 1952... / The: pardons·' "and ,· conimutation were, in! keeping with the /pitiefn of a,year,ago.- A-';-..:,-'; ,:--! f ';. Presidential';· Pres?'; 'Secretary ames C. Hagerty-'announced^that he President and.MrsV-Eisennow; ef! iwill'^ attend --ll ; .a.m-. services SUaday 'it'-Nations!" Presbyterian Church!'it wqibcjlhe.President's ifs't .church !attendance..since- 1 his Seplt,24,'.heart .attack'.'.. .., .'.',,'''/' Whether, other - members of .the iamily^vvill go; with'-.the 'President md hit *A'ifc'to'church'is hot^yet mown'.;' - . - '.-''''-1; · ·': .'· / : . '" ., -- 'But..nea_rly..aU the -Eisenhowers will"be:"around .on-Christmas" ,Da"y, : except;tlie new presidenticl -Rrand- diughleir; ./.Mary : . Jea'ri--only"; 'two days .'oid. : .; . ,-.' : "^-..-·'-V; i ~ ? f ~ \ _St[H' .adhering sto'^a . iigbtenec schedule, the Chief ^Executive had one'"oth'er ·appointment Friday.";Jt was.''a'n .11:30 ·'ra'pSiV'engagement with Henry Cabot" IJodge'- Jr., 11. S. ambassador, to.the*. United : Nations. :- The - PresidenV."'still/ is ;.holding down 'on his calorie intake because of his heart cphdllipn. ;But Hagerty said; h'e . was sure'-' Eisenhower would'.'ha.ve' special ..dispensationI .to eat .heartily "on":.CJiris{rna«:.as. he did :.on l-Thank s giving '.Day. : .', ,' '/ The"presidential .plans...for period after.Christmas still.are uncertain. Hagerty/said ·.there". was nothing- he' couldv'say -on' when or where' the"'Fre'sident.H-inight. go south,', as: his doctors" re'coijiniend- ed!-"so 'lie can : g'et-in''..rnpre joi'i't- doorexercise. In -a :warmer, climate. 1 ' ·' .' : ·', . - , ; - . t ·', : · .'; l .y ; -.agam. «r's.' Elma A.'Stdnebrayer Dec. 13. The. action^wai taksr/.nn'the rnoiion of 'bqtn'^parties.-'^whb'" advised .:the court/: they i.h'av.e''--become'" reco'n- ·" ^''petition was filed for letters' of administration :and.for.determiha- ion. of ,heirship' of the eslste b( klr's'. Caroline ;Garaa' of .Route' .1, Berthoud/, wKo :died. Sept. 22.-. : :.; -.^TKe'estaie' cbnsists'of -real prop e'r ly. · .valued,- at $8,000. ;,· Heirs'-.were listed 'as;: the'.dec«'ased|5 · husband, Martin Ga*r'cla,iand seven children, Virgipia -Hockett' a n d - Mary: Zeek-, both: of: Seal 'Rock,,Ore','.Berth! UarlineE of;Colorado' Springsj;and Beatrice-Adame^-Plularcp'-Adame, Richard, A.- Garcia' J nd / Dolor «s GaVcia, all o'f'Route i, Berthou'd. '· J "-"i Frid»y,?pee:'l23i".il955- MM I · ·-- .I.WASHINGTON: Wl -^·Thc',Veter- ans.;. Administration. 1 '^said n Friday lhat - $329': th'orithly i-.coriipensation payments.'to' James-;Kutcher : of Newark;;N.: J.-,:.a,ilegless ;World War II,yeteraiii \wei-e'vsuspended Now. 30 pending,'»n investigation. .',The,';LVA:,said its..;central; com· mit^ec: on '.waivers .and ~ f forfeitures will 'delerihine'-;w'heth'cr-;. Kulch'er his^iprfeflcd ^his.-pe'nsionVu'nde'r ;a law passed, by Congress'.during the ar..t ..;.'...'.. ·,.:··; ;'·:..·','.':;..',-' - Seclioii,Four,'of. Public','Law', .144 reads';a;s; follows":','"',^." V - . ' · · · \ ' 1 .' i ' ."Any. persoti .shpwn;.by Xyidcnce satisfactory', to. : the'Xdralnfsifa'tii "of /veterans, 'affairs/ to; be''guiliy"o '' ' ' ' ·Dies;: Funeral^.-;services';' for;.;:.Ja.rry Charles!-I.ind, year -old- son. of''Mr. ?nd-'Mrs. 'Vr.illie; L'r,d: of- .north- of Winds.0^,. will'be . h e l d - a t 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon .frbnivRichards chapel,;..with t - interment - at Lakeview^ cemetery,'- Wln'dso'r..- Friend^ ina'y m ike; contribution s t o the .c'a ri- ^er fund .in lieu'of.flqw.ers.--.-. - ,, · '.-/The baby, who had a rare type of cancer,:died.Thursday, three hours after.'being'taken,!to the Lirimer touhty hospitai.;He,was;born w.ilh the disease.and^.had.been )idspital- .ized rriuch of the'time. since h'e.was 3Vi fmonths pki. His-.Wr.th ."date .was Besides '.his', parenls,. he i s - s u r - vived by-two brolhe'rs.-'Alan," S,'and Bruce,---3;].grandparents,- r Mr. arid Mrs.. -Henry - Lind ^ Jr. ^ot .Windsor an'd Xh'arlej Jiihl .of Minn'e'apolis; ilina.V^a'nd..' g'fcai^cfandparenla. P.hilip'Frankof-WindBorand'Heniy Lind-Sr, of:Greeley. ·;;'.' BrejHinSv.al Frede'riqk/^ Fort'Liiptbn'Reporled i / .peputie s, from' the 'sheriff 1 s office Friday':'-'_were'-.' investigating--':tw .the GI Honie Lioans High . number Pi- Gljl'onie, loans guaranteed L by the -Veterans" 'Administration":" in November reached a new high for the second -consecutive month: Va reported Friday it guarantees «,- 00 loans totaling .more, than 755 million dollars last 'month; a.! per cent" increase total.''..' over.- the.' October OFF VANDY'S PfHHW 857, , 1015 Sth Av«. Hand .. portable.; typevvrlter',- ca'sh ··a'nd'.a bou i ^'jl0.. i in : ,Ch- presents were discovered- at Ihr. · office Frida;-',-morf .'Th«' other^ F6rt!.-Lup(pfl "brca.ki was vat-y.tHe '.'office -pf.- ihe' goyeri crick'break'in was 'at the. of/ice.o (he - Denver'"- Elevitor^Co^.jJTJh sheriff's office- had;rfo . inforni Friday; morning'.regarding" . was'taken'ih thV last, two -breakin* GREKLEY TRIBUNE . XII will broadcast hlstlTthJ-aiijiu.a.l. Christmas' 'message to" the '!worid at .11 a.mi (3 a.m) MST-)' Saturday., ·; The 'Ponliff'Viil .speak', in "Italian, but' hU | words '.'.will i be ''trgnslited for birb'adca sts 'ischedu le d' J a r :· Sat-. urd ay I;.'' Christmas' ''-'pa/, '^Monday 'and ,-Tuesday.'''-ji ';?»-.:·;- ', ' ( , 1 ."..'/. '.the'firat trans UlIqri' J .b( .'his ·" id- dress; will be trani'niUtediin-.Ehg- ' ' mutiny,' treasonl.'sabdtage' or" rendering asstslancc'to an 'enemy'of /h'e Uniie'd Statcsj.orof ,its 'aljies shall' forfeit, all "accrued :'or r future benefits' unden laws'-'aidminislcrcd by Ih'q VDlerans-.a'dministratio'n'per- lairiing to gratuities ,fpr x vctcr'ans and 'their de"pend.ehts:\''.. v .'-''" · · ' · · --The .·Vetcrahs' .'.Adminislr'alipn sa'idvspecific T charg*es'' were o'tit- iiiii to' Kiitcher" in'.' a" Ictier '· from e Vcte'ran'i! Administration;-. .The A'ddciined to'make the' charges \iblic, ·asierilng'-that they will be ubject to : a-hearing. 1 . .]·' .f ,.'-'·-'· The New York-.Post'reporteil.the spension of. Kulcher's '.isabiUty Kitefit',' andi.'the' yA\confirmed" it response to inquiries · about the ost story. -..: v v . · : · -..-· . -..The Post said Kutcher is a mem- *r .of the!'Sociali5l..V¥orkers i .par', 'Which -it,described -as.an antl- ommunjst Ie*ft-wing group.,.. ;"The VA has,Informed Kutcher," lie Post sajd, Vthat .it'is suspcnd- ig his .pension, : on i. cKflrges t qf endering,assistance.tq'tan.eh'emy f the . .United.. States.',;,.;'. '.';!by ..,. undermining .'public, inlere'st nd copperatio'n'm th'b ; li; S.'-'iidv- rnnjent.'r ..'v'...!, . t ' '" .' !'The;'.charges,.'.the. Veterans 'Ad- linlstratibn.-told KvJcHer'in'a Jeter 'received 'by. hiiti ?th'!s'.'week, re · largely ,ba : scd Pri' Ihformatiph rpm i an ..anohymous 'source,' '.al?'ging: that, in 1 ' the silminer of .1951 hit'the' gdyc'rrimerit 'of ^he ynitcd tatcs" is"composed of c'h'e'ate'rs" and rook's ·' who' oppress ! the'' working io a'linbon 4 i a.m.V!MST). : . : Later. 'broadcasts will^ be- !n':French,' Spanish! 'Cerman,. Polish', -Portuguese', ·- 'Dutch, Arabic, Chmese,- /Aramaic,. -Russian;' : Lalih, 'Swedish/ Danish "and Norwegian; 1 ·-' : : .; -V. 1 ', 1 ''':"/·--','. l; The Pope's !Chr'islmas''Ev(i'°nild- night im'assi-:Which'- he'.' will ''celebrate 'to the chapel of his 'apartment in -the Vatican, alsy" will be broadcast by 1 the Vatican Radio, beginning at" 4 p.m. MST Satiir- Jiay-r";;^ ;.,-'. iv,,;.,-.-:-'i .v..- ^ . MOA . : 1 -i:.:=VV:«'j'rTT-7T-..-v::i-.'·.,',·'' -. _There a r e - n o present..plans for rcbrbadcasting': the !PopA's speech In'the UniioM State's.- '''."'!' :'V J.' : M.. Graybeai's^Mollier Die's. Friday" ;!Hdfningo-'v Mrs. Alberta Graybeal, M, who made he'i' home here with her son, J.' .Mj" Graybeal''Jr.;, irif 'Seventeenth' iivenuej 'died Friday"m'irri- iri^-.'- 1 '"; :·;-I .'-;--·.···;.«.·· ·?.-.'; : J Mrs. Graj'beal'was bbrii Augl'10, 1871 at Fairfax, Va. .She went-west ,o-Belgrade, Mont., in j 1902 and that same year married llr. James Miltard Graybea.l, ah MDV _!ii ,l»i» they moved to-Missb'nla;:Mont:. Following his death she came to Gree- Icy in 1953 to-live witti her son and fa'rhily:'' 11 " 1 . ''.t-'. .' : " - · ' · ' . ·-.'.· -^--: : Other survivors are: a' brother, William Picrpoint. of -Hulchlnscn, Kan.; ., a n d : hvo · grandchildren^ James M. Graybeal. Ill and Nancy Graybeal of.Greele'y^... ; , v .. -. ''Funeral' services*' w i l l , be 1 ..held Tuesday morning a t . ?.C a: "hi. ! 'at' Secord .. Funeral home.' Interment will be in f^inn' Grove cemetery.-; -. . '·':··',.· '..WASHINGTON ;.Mi';-r : t,'I^e:'!«i'y- . erh'mcnt Friday asked'the "Supreme . Court .to (rule, thai;,civiiiaaa 7 /at companying the armed forcei over- . seas.are 'lubiect "to military' triabj. District,'AHx.'Iri'AY-Rb.ver.ap-' pealed "a'contrary-ruling t -'- -- . District 'Judge'i Edward A.VTamm in the case ;of^Clarice^B^.Cflvtrt, 35,' : who'ivay'c8nv'fiteoV by.a'a.:Air . .','fqrriieriy 'T Augusta, Ga.,' received a life ««n- tence. Her .conviction .was reversed on a te'chhicality by QieTT.-.S'. Coiirt . of. Military ·Appeals and '.she' was awaiting* second trial, when Judge Tatnm set her. free ;qn, grounds'". the military -.court ·had.no ( .right..to-try 'Ta'mm''8 decision 'up'jet'.tHe. his- · to'rica'l practice'by the.'arm^d;iery- ices-of exercising^ juried! ctipn^ over *'ca mp. .f o Upwe rs" t ; of ; m Uit ai*y ' men overseas ,'-- m eanlng ; ; at' ' a pra'cti- c a l " matter' 'their" wives .':and'de- pendenisVy .' :"' '·· ' ? ' ..··'·'·" '..!,;.',.' ; V T a m m - ruled- that -"civilians ' ! ac- Qused of .'crimes' 1 - were entiUeid to trial by. ciyifian. courts. V;'! A "..*· USE JHE;'TR!BUN| w*W;r. : for that l.ili_Pleads .Innocent . _ HpLlbAY CORSAGE .CORSAGE Wei Will Be S E D Christmas pay /and Monday · ; EceWibef 2.5 tni 26 . · . '· . TUatekali Qaleietia Z .."·· ·· ··· -·,*:·''··' -':.:-:^v,._.-·'·'··.^:.- Youth's; Car Dpaged $75 in; Hilling .Truck; j-'. ; ·''-.'. v'."...-" '· ·- · · A 1947 · Kord c'mipt .d'riy en by. P »u Eldon .Griebi,'_ 16;' of ,Route 4,'·'* damaged.$75.wHeh iC'Vpnided wil »'·· 1956 .Chevrolet «erni ''1 ruck:dtiy ert'by.Merle WaUer 2imm'erraati{6 14ii Sevenlh - i'ver.UE. 12 · f«l ;!_su! of Ninth',;st-e«t on'.Eightei-'jiifi "ive nue aboul'9:35 »;'m.'Tliursday, police r e p o r t e d . ' ' " : ' ' . · ' : - . . . - '. · : Zimmerman -.was',backing;.lh'e truck, into' Eighteenth','avenue and the. youth in akin g ·'. right- turn from Eighteenth ;iveni!e'-onto;.jNinth str'e«l..'r)ie triicic was. not danjaged.' · ' : -r ... . · . · " . " Bonell.,H6rrte; Residents'..' Are:-Guests^bf v.the Chief · - \ . .. .* , . . -- -r..!. ._ . , · Residents o£ the. Bonell.-^pme for the Aged'attended'a free'movie at the Chief,Theater Friday.-,, The . nearly. : 15 .residents,, were brought to-the. theateriin .cars'fijr- nished.^by' Vbris r Brbthprs-Motors^ .Along with'. Ihe ,'Bo.nell residents were m a n y local resKei.ti who .hid received free tickets to ] the '·how from {Greeley^ me'rcharilj.;. .. '' ·,The theater) showed cartoons and a'ipecial" feature'. ; -: '· .'.. ·DENVER; 1M -- . C U I r " ; ¥ i ; / i H f 32,-, pleaded ; innocent 'and ihn'ocen by . rea son.- pt · msanily' · t , his ^ aj Tiighment Frid^y.jin.-c^airJe^b ar.m'ed^ronp'er'y ·.and j 'krdi?a"pm'g.'\.' ·' IJi f f · n'd Da. rl en c ' Win t ers : J8, ' of Engleyvobd, were capturerl''al Colorado' Springs v mblcl "pec, 3 ' a f i e r j two Denver service station rbtiber-j fesj' Iti/f was shot in the" back when he";*nd Iprie of his- victims exchange^ gunfire'.' '-./ -v 1 "/. -j The girt pleaded gullly to ch.ai;tf- e s ; of a'ggra vi ted rob bery ;_a nd j\va s f n i i U e d ' b y ^ Dist. . 'Judge Robert f.\ Steel , to , apply for . 'prpbalion.- IlJff ' was "ordered commillecl to Uie'-SJate -Hospital at Tuebkt for psychiatric · examinalion. "Judge Steele'sct'Jari; 23 for. A. : report' on bis sanity. , : ' - . . ,. . ' Uoyd.' ^V(; Mason,. ?3o! Ninth'' aye- i[c,'irtrivirig"uhKcV'influe'nc l e-of : al- ohol, $136; reckless driving,-$35; 10 operator's license,. $10. -"-' : ' ';'-' 1 Ben'Gcrcia, Johnstown, cfirekss driving,-$8.50 suspended. ;. t . v ." '"·Dana'Aj Cooper. 209 N .'.'Eleventh avenue, careless .drivingi\j)13.50.;. : ;Ceylpri-: ha^ .bobsted. its^lea , ei port' tax;about JZp r .'cents 'a'.'pc'und -' ' Gift Wrap " ; ;A°r XPVrjM'^' '.-:·',!· 'Hairmark'a'nrf tli-fli''" ;,,CATTLEYAS i ;' ; : : : ". - for tK«;.:;' - - . Camtllif, , . .. ·, (jarge qnd/'Sweefheqrt") · · .-·..SPECIAL · - ; · · · ' FOR. - SATURDAY- ONLY, ',\' .'.'" Cracks|nen : Causa Fjre!; NEWARK,. N; · J. Ill- .-- '.Safe- cr'acVers , using »ii acelilene torch were'blamed for%tbuching -off -.a speelacular-'liab' million doljar fire early Friday that wrecked an auto taki agency' along with K nivf cars.' ,·/'(:. : \ J - - . · '. ' : ? ; - . ' ·The thieves burned info two safes at Ward 'Motors Kut failed "to 520,000 in. Christmas' bonus' money found in one of them: '-'-.-' Common* $1.50 Rar«s S3.50 - Top quality birds. ANDERSON SEED COMPANY Av«. : , Phone 197 '·'IN C(3RSAGES ; : ··[ i : -,..j .1 c:-. j - . .,.. f V -.,', 1 ';': f.fii ! ; i. STERIIN.G SILVER PASTRY SERVER . . Sif^K'ijied Stiflhf fi S*« Hoflow Hirxfled Pii\rf Stnet liiui" .( SUMeu S(eil 6Mt. S ,: ixy uls or pie' umf. A oef-j* :'· . |Htth3l is ihajs jnitciitid. :. .KwrWwewailjHe' ·'*».. ' ·· fine quality, «W jM fiinsk ' ' at Ihis eilfOTdjr b» prici :' Etawware 2.9^ _ TOYS^_:Rotisscries50%Off Steam irons - Reg. 17.95 - 12.88 . ^2l,4B6.S4 In Mtychandise We've Got To Sell To Win A Trip To Mexico. So, we're Mcrificint cash to ;· give you the largest trades we've ever offered!! REFRIGERATORS .;''. FREEZERS'" ^;J£L;BCT,C\fll^ '. KITC«EN.; SINKS I , , ' : ·-". .·. j,.' 1 '.'=·?"· '".'-' 'We're Out To Wilt'-- Trade Now;;-4 First PaymjenUti February,;1956^ ' -'.,:-.,'..'... ,''( ,!.. ;;.. / rV's'l'; M O N G O L D r S 816 7th St.-Terms-Trades-Discounts

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