Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 21, 1962 · Page 20
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Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 21, 1962
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P^e20_GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Dec. 21,19621 U.N. Assembly Quits After Hectic Session i By TOM HOGE ^conferences Fri. to deliver post-! fXlTEU NATIONS. X.Y. (AP)'mortems on thc session where! --The Genera! Assembly dosed.offstage action often stole the! the 6001 just alter midnight onlspotlight from the debate. a session overshadowed by the| In the final hours before ad- threat of nuclear war ovti Cuba!journment the 110-nation forum and an undeclared war between j abolished its one-man watchdog India and Red China. [mission for Hungary, a move U.S. Ambassador Adlai E. Ste-iwhich will eliminate the annual venson and Soviet chief delegate report on conditions in the Soviet Valerian A. Zorin called news satellite and probably shelve bate indefinitely on that cold war item The assembly recognized the revolutionary republican government of Yemen and unseated the rival royalist delegation. The vote was 74-4 with 23 nations abslain- WASHI.N'GTON (AP)-The Com- Lng. munications Commission h a s ! The United States dropped its granted Jeter Telecasting Co. a I controversial plan for U.N. inspec- Colorado News Briefs construction permit for a Channel 6 television station at Durango, Colo. WASHINGTON (AP)-The Community Facilities Administralion announced Friday several inler- eat-free loans to help communities plan construction projects. They include: Palmer Lake, Colo.-$8,125, extend and improve water system. NEW YORK-A team of law students from the University of Colorado won the 13th annual national moot court compelilion tion of conditions in the Portuguese colony of Angola after African and Asian delegates protested that the plan might weaken an earlier assembly call for sane- Thursday night, defeating University of Illinois. The assembly also: Authorized Secretary-General U Thant to spend up to $10 million a month in the Congo and $1.58 million in the Middle East to keep forces in the field until June 30 It also gave him authority to cal a special session of (he assembly next spring to deal with the grav Congo finance problem. Extended for two more years Adjudged the best individual arguing the event was Jay L. Gucck of Denver, with Alexander N. Hunter Jr. of Boulder, Colo., the runnerup. The third member of the winning team was C. William Herzog. The University of Illinois submitted the best legal brief. SILVERTON (AP) - Allen No* laman, sports editor of the Durango Herald, and Tommy Neal, former bought lompony Reports [heft of 120 Fire Extinguishers Sheriffs officers Thursday in- 'estigated the theft of 190 automatic chemical fire extinguishers, each valued at W), from the former Big Bend achoolhouse about Vi miles east of Peckham last weekend. The fire extinguishers belonged October to November. PRESENTS FOR EVERYBODY were available at the Elks Lodge 16th annual Christmas party for Weld County crippled children. Santa Claus, with the assistance of women from the Theta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, a business women's sorority and clowns portrayed by mem- bers of the Elks distributed the presents. Each child had a present selected and wrapped for him or her by members of the sorority. Helping Santa are, left to right: Fritz Weiland, Henry Shearer, Mrs. Roger Bunt. Mrs. Jack Seery and Mrs. Al Fcland. Tribune photo by Paul Edscorn. Living Cost Level Stays Same in Nov. WASHINGTON AP) - Lower food and clothing prices balanced out higher costs for automobiles and services to leave the nation's living-cost level unchanged from o the Security Fire Equipmenl Co. and arc stored and proccssec at the schoothouse. Ronald Earhart of Longmont has charge of he operations for the company in his area and reported the burg lary to the Sheriff's office. Earhart told Deputy Sheriffs VA Outlines New Low on Multiple Sclerosis Aid Some veterans suffering from service-connected multiple «cle- rosis may DOW be able to qualify for compensation as a result of a feature of the compensation increase law passed by the last session of Congress. The new law provides that mul- mained at 106.0 per cent of the of 1 per cent below the record set in September, but 1.3 per cent higher than November year ago. Richard Martinez and Bernard On Ihe former base of average Monheiscr, who investigated, the Ihieves had gained entrance to the building by means of the fire escape. Part of the fire extinguishers were taken from a room on Uie second floor, the rest from a first-floor room. iTwo Ttwftt of Chriitnm Lighti Two thefts of Christmas lights ;were reported to the Sheriff's office. The Labor Department reported tiple sclerosis may be presumed its consumers price indei re- to have arisen in service if it Is manifested at any time withjn 1957-59 base period. This one-tenth seven years following the veteran's wartime service. Formerly, the time limit for this presumption of service-connection was three years, according to E. R. Benke. manager of 1M7-49 prices, the November Si "» Veterans Administration Cen- 175 Handicapped Children Entertained at Elks Party ... . ,, Kiwamons Have tiikon trom ^ front -ard within i i , I r AS MUCH Pun OS the the life of the U.N. Works and Relief Agency for Palestine refugees. Noted a report from the 17-nation disarmament committee that its general negotiations had failed to produce an agreement on a nuclear test ban to take effect by Jan. 1. Wading through the heaviest agenda in its history, the assembly wound up a day ahead of its deadline. This was a triumph for assembly President Muhammad Zafrulla Khan of Pakistan who Herald reporter, have ro d e herd on long-winded speak- Over 175 handicapped children rom all over Weld County were rought to the Greeloy Elks Lodge Thursday afternoon for an annual Christmas party. The program is sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi, national businesswomen's sorority, and the Iks. Children were brought to Grce- the weekly Silverton Standard from Ross Beaber. They will be co-publishers and ers and tardy delegates all through the session. Delegates expressed belief thai Kossaman, a 1962 University of the debates were shorter Colorado graduate, will be editor. Neal, a junior high school teacher at Durango, was an administrative aide to Rep. Wayne N. Aspinall, D-Colo., for four years. contained less heat than usual be cause of the sobering effect of the Cuban crisis. The India-China war was neve brought before the assembly o He formerly was news editor of th e Security Council officially, bu the Farmington, N. M., Times. ' Neal ran for the legislature this delegates. t was much on the minds of the fall, but lost to Rep. Arthur Wyatt, R-Durango. KAL1SPELL, M o n t . (AP)- A highlight of the session was he election of Thant as full secretary-general for four years ibl-. Junction, Colo., was killed Thursday night in a car accident here. Police said Noble's car went out of control and hit a power pole. Noble was an empoye of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and had been working in the Kalispell area about a year. Critically injured in the same Charles D. Noble, 24, of Grand owing the Soviet Union's decision o shelve its troika demand that he United Nations be run by a three-man executive. World Briefs Bike Safety Party To Be Saturday The bicycle safety party spon sored by the Kiwanig Club will be held at the Chief Theater at 1:20 p.m. Saturday. About 75 boys and girls who nave received bicycle s a f e t y awards will attend and be eligibl for a drawing on a bicycle. These children were observec by police officers to be ridini their bicycles in an especial! safe manner and their bicycles when inspected, had lights, re lectors and a license. They were given a certificat nd two tickets to either th hief or Colorado theaters, whic re cooperating with the Kiwanis :lub in the bicycle safety pro ;ram. After the drawing there will b a free movie for the children. MOSCOW (AP) - Pravda reprinted Fri. a Mongolian attack on Communist Albania's anti-Soviet stand. The Mongolian corn- accident was David Young, 20, of ment carefully avoided any allu Kalispell. LAMAR (API-Police Chief Bill Ingram said Rudolph Ybarra, 33, scribed as a dispute among a group of Texans. Ybarra was in critical condi tion al Sacred Heart Hospital sion to Albania's Chinese allies who are Mongolia's neighbors. SEOUL, Korea (AP) - A South was shot three times Thursday Korean army court sentenced an night in what Ingram de- army major to death Friday am" Friday. Ingram said Ybarra, sheep- shearer, suffered two wounds in the back and one in the neck at a trailer camp occupied by migrant farm workers. Ybarra's Texas address wa: not immediately known. Ingram said he was questioning several suspects. four others to life imprisonmen on charges of misappropriation. The court also gave priso terms ranging from 2 lo 15 year to four other military personnel on similar charges and acquitted Senior Citizens Entertained at Christmas Party Golden Age Club Senior Citizei of Greeley attended a Christm; parly at the Colorado Theat Thursday morning. two. Dozens of senior citizens, years of age or older, were hand. They received flowers and r reshments and were then led ;roup Christmas singing. Dennis Dakin of Thomas Org and Piano accompanied the se or citizens. The parly was highlighted he showing of the two-hour spi acular, "The Story of Kuth." Rural Urban Even PHOENIX - Of every hundred Arizona residents, about 37 are native-born. Arizona's population of 1,460.000 is almost evenly divided between rural and urban Mrs. William F. Parker of 2023 _ 24lh St. Rd. complained at 10:30 [p.m. that 30 light bulbs had been dex was 130.1. Ewan Clague, commissioner of labor statistics, forecast there would be little or no change in the December living-cost level when it is reported next month. Weekly take-home pay of factory workers, representing earnings less payroll tax deductions, rose in November to an average of $86.19 a week for the worker with three dependents. This was slight- below the $86.45 record set in figure ter in Denver. Veterans who feel they could qualify for compensation payments under the new seven-year iresumption feature should con- act their nearest VA office. from as- far away as Fort pton to the south and Pierce the north. Drivers brought the children to rd Ave. and 9th St., and Gree- police gave them a police cort to the Elks. Taking part the massive escort was Police M Earl Towning, Lt. Otto tcr and Officers Dan Lepore, ay Thomas. Richard Weldon. arence Oliver and Charles Ars. At the Elks the kids were given cream and cookies. Clowm Dtlight Youngtttrs Clowns- Fritz Weiland, Norm oe. Hank Shearer, Sam Givan, 5e Hause and Vic Nottingham spt the children in stitches un- Sanla Claus I Lew Kills) ar- ved. Santa had made an earlier op at a children's party spon- )red by the Kiwanis Club at the ommunity Building. Dr. R. I. Shwayder acted as Jie doctor in attendance and! urses Mrs. R. C. McBride, Reta 'Neal, Mary Lou Newman, Mrs. art Schlichting and Mrs. Scott ones were also on hand. Many Cooperate Everybody pitched in to make anla Claus. ie party a success. Goldsmith .the previous hour. ' (September. The October l Wayne McDermcd of 2104 24th was * 85 - 66 - f. |Sl. Rd. reported Friday morning! About ^W ««*«r» w "l «· O l rartyjlhal 18 Christmas lights had bpcnl ceive P a V '""rases r Mging from Kiwanis Club members had a'night, "ball" Thursday noon entertain-' stolen from his yard Thursday 4 Hubcap* Stol«n ing dozens of Greeley children atj Clifford Slmltz of Rt. 1, Gree- a Christmas dinner and party at the Community Building. Jack Allnutt, dressed as a her- ley, complained to the Sheriff's one to four cents an hour because the living-cost level lias risen from those recorded three to six months ago. About 85,000, including 75,000 in office Thursday that four hub Ihc Republic. North American night. caps had been stolen off his aid in leotards and funny hats, auto while thc vehicle was parked kept running through lire hall and a t the Club Lido Wednesday into the dining room to give the ' ' kids the latest information regarding Santa Claus' trip from the North Pole to the party. At one point Allnutt announced that Santa had been stopped the Colorado stale line and was given a lickcl for speeding. and Lockheed aerospace industry plants, arc tc get a 1-cent hourl; increase. Another 90,000, includ ing 80.000 employes of the Ar j Maria ^Dies at Hospital Maria I. Sandoval, 64, of 3081 School Board Defers Action On New Bids (Continued from Page 1) concept which is raising school costs because of more expensive and better educational equipment. Board Mjmlwn Commtnt "Maybe we are trying to buy more schools than we are able to buy," Dean commented at one point. mour," Swift " a n d ' John 'Morrelll Dr ' waliam Hartman raiMi "» moat P**' 1 * «"»· «« ^ 2-!'l ue5t j on °' «''minatin R the pro- ccnl hourly ralses . About ^ m \posed school NO. s10 mm the Chicago truck drivers will rcccivei addmona! cnsls on thc othcr 4-cent hourly raises, all based on! bu ' !dln S s A MtA o( $300 ' WO was the higher living-cost index. i allowed m ""' botld lssuc P ro ' !O5al W ' M s|]p Late he eIledZSan.a I 2 t h A v ! '. d i c ' d T h « r s ''ayaltl 1 e Claque said expected higher Later he rcpoitcd thai ianla, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,_;_:,., inrices for fruits nnH viwtahlM was stopped at Eaton with a "flat unncr." Finally, after the meal, the] men and children 1 Christmas carols. for fruit* and veggie,. a .] due ,,, thc TKml F , orida CTOp Sapello. N. M. the daughter of i(rcoz! ' wiu "»' be shown by the o one ng Atat bur D ,,«l X ' t " viano and Tiodorit « ConiovaiS'vernmcnt living-cost Index until ndoval - Shc livcd in N « M«e figure i, announced ' ·"* into the dining room, ringing his I ,,,' . . , , , . , bell and yelling, "Here comes **°. a su , rv b flve brolhm anta! Her comes Santa!" a "l s ' x S15tcrs ' . )airy provided the ice cream, uzmooi Flowers, the Christmas rce and Safeway Stores, the acks for cookies, balloons and ther treats. Elks chairmen of the event were tale Tegtman, exalted ruler, and Joral Miller, Also assisting at the Slks were Mr. and Mrs. Grady 'arks and Gordon Lacy. Teachers of the handicapped, ?har!a Grimley, Mrs. George irooks and Jack Cornell, super vised the children. Chairman for Beta Sigma Ph was Mrs. James Patty. Carriers who helped get Un children into the Elks lodge in eluded John Pfleidercr, Dougla Smith, Donald Feit, Ed Bunker Jim Hoylman, George Moldan Harold Herbsl, Arthur Fry anc William West. List of Drivers A lot of drivers also parlici pated by bringing children t the party and taking them back home. They included Wayne W. Wilkinson, Wayne Wilkinson, Adolph Engel, F.lmcr Moore, Carl Schaef- Then Santa himself came run- ing in. The illusion was perfect. He talked solemnly to the chil- ren for a few minutes, telling lem in effect that there is no The rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at Adamson will be snng at 9 a.m., Monday from Our Lady of Peace Caetho- lic Church with interment at Linn hame involved in believing in ^TM | He said housewives may feel (lie freeze effect sooner in higher retail prices for produce. {for this school. Hartman pleaded with other board members that thc board not sacrifice the educational program of the district lo cul costs. PrepoHd Cwt» Qwtfontd Oilier members questioned the proposed cosls of the new senior and junior high schools, asking If trouble was foreseen. They were assured by Architect John Food prices dropped .2 of one I Shaver that total costs on both per cent in November, largely be- schools should oven out to the Memorial Chapel. A requiem mass cause of seasonal price cuts for amount planned in thc bond is- Thcn he got down to the busi- ess at hand. One by one he ailed the names of children who amc forward to receive sacks ontaining Christmas presents. When it was all over, Santa umped into his sleigh and sped o the Elks Lodge to preside over a party there for 175 Weld Coun- .y handicapped children. Pearl L. Perkins Dies Thursday nuclear tests. They reaffirmed _,, . . ""fa 1 -', J j i i m _ i iTiuutc, \jtlll O v I I d U l The parly was sponsored by thel e r i ,,. ,,. slo , L B()1) Fri|z|( , r Eu . Colorado Theater and Manager John Schafluotzel. gene Gibbs, E. K. Cook. Gene Shafor, Robert Burroughs, L'd Fcldhaus, Joe Hause. Kay Reed, Charles Johnson, John McKay, Don Brockway, Floyd Nelson, Fink Wilson. Ben Dumler, Vern Klingcnburj;, Frsnk Simpson, Clarence Saul. I-'rank Neil, Joe Reynolds, II. A., Dickman, Lee Roy Ooldsmith. C. J. Kurth, Duane Glenn, Ed Uu)- Needy Families To Get Baskets From VFW Post Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will begin work at I a.m. Saturday at tho post home! 01 "' 5 ' Itoop ·' onra , ·' -L- Sulli- illing Christmas baskets for van ' J - °- Spencer, Dave Bauer, needy families. Art Anderson. Hobert Welsh and Thc VFW has 25 cases of food Fl ' ;mk Kilpatrick. All were accused of embezzling $77,000 from army payrolls and funds for provisions. SAIGON, Viet Nam (API-Communist North Viet Nam's radio station broadcast a special Christmas program to American servicemen in Soulh Viet Nam Friday urging them to go home to their families. To the accompaniment of melancholy violin and piano music Radio Hanoi's honey-voiced worn an announcer cooed for a hall hour on the "far from home at Christmas" theme. ZERMATT, Switzerland (API-An avalanche blocked the Visp Valley near here early Fri. anc cut off the ski resort of Zcrmal from the outside world. Snov drifts up !o 18 feet high piled up in the surrounding mountains. The danger of new avalanches palcway. slowed workers trying to free thcidWs and Kuner-Einpson Co. , arrow gauge rail line which pro- In addition to Ihis food, the W i t h vidcs the only access lo Zermatt. VFW will buy still more food, in- Hundrcds of foreign .ski cnlhtisi-'cluding 50 loaves of bicad. JAuto Accessory Theft? Reported!*!.TM asts planning to spend Christmas j After --'·'-- "·- ·--·'-· ·- "--' '"at Zermatt were stranded at Bri-jVFW s guc and other main line stations'dcli In the Rhone Valley. thO » I t' * * l l l l . V M V l ' l I I J V ^ V . I 1 H 1 I I.'i,.,,n \ t ' l r / n 1 1 1 1 MOSCOW (AP) - Pravda piib-; tnc Corlies | K1V( . t ' l h ( , | r niS ':"" Ml ' M ' n ''"' P" 1 ilished Friday an interview with | s , vcra | WP cks colt " ' |Yemeni President Abdullah Sallai:'j ng a ' m| R . pa i n i in( , in which he attacked American I leaders and their "reckless poll-: kits" j Sallal was interviewed in Sftn'a.' |thc Yemeni capital, by a Novosti press agency correspondent. Thc story was dated Xov. 20 the day at the Weld County Nursing Home. Shc was born June 11, 1893. al Tekamah, Neb. She lived ther until Perkins Nov. 27,1912. They moved sues of disarmament lo Ixweland in 1929 and came to Greeley in 1935. Perkins died in IMS and four children also pre- pork, oranges and eggs. Compared with a year ago, food irices are 2.2 per cent higher, irimarily because of higher costs or meats, poultry, fish and fresh ruils and vegetables. Clothing prices declined, mainly xxause of fairly sharp reductions n cost of women's and girls' apparel. It was speculated that this was due lo fairly warm weather conditions continuing into the late fall. Increases were recorded for housing, reading-recreation, anc transportation. The transporlallo! increase was due primarily to higher average sales prices on new cars, both the 1962 and 1963 models. The transportation cost increase was moderated somewhat by lower gasoline prices and tcm- thcir intention to seek agreement porarily reduced railroad farea in some sections reflecting cllmina- JFK, Mac Pledge NATO N-Weapons ' (Continued from page 11 twecn the West and the Soviet Union." The two leaders paid partlculai Mrs. Pearl L. Perkins. 60, ofjaltcnlion to the present state o 1435 7th St., died Thursday noon;negotiations for a treaty to end Shaver cited examples of Increased costs for the three new schools under construction which lad not been included in the orig- nnl plans: An addlional 5,000 square feet to school No. 3 at tW.OOO. A sewage lift station at school S'o. 2. nl»ut 120.000 nnd an extended sewer line at school No. 1, SI ,600. Increased size of boilers and increased cooling capacity for n 12-month operation at all three schools, $2.1,90). with Moscow "in thc hope that Ihis agrpemenl would lead on lo her Carnage to Charles D. successful negotiation on wider is- ion of the federal transportation ceded her in death. Survivors include two sons, James of Greeley and Jack of Long Island, N. Y.; and two sis- Regarding Berlin, they reaffirmed "interest in arriving at a solid and enduring settlement which would insure that Berlin remain free and viable." On the Congo, they said they 1 1 . i . , UUU IrtU aini J . t ,| * Edna Livingston ot !''Bussed (ho current state of af- d. Nch.. and M r s ' !" r . s - , afnd ,' ilfircod to TM nliliuc nf r.,,,,,,m,,,,i l n c i r c " orls '"'· ;ln cquivablc Inle- ters, Mrs. Ednr Grand Island Mattie Clark of Longmont. , Funeral services will be al! B on of "" s lrouhll -' d TMunlry." 10:30 a.m . Saturday from Macysi °" ""' , c " mm TM Market, Mac Drawing Kooni with further scrv-l m ' llan lold Et ' nnwl - alml " lllc ices and interment at Craig. Neb IE 1 TM!" sUas "' '"-'K"' 1 " 111 "" f'' r ] British mombcrship. and the I'rcs- ideiil reaffirmed U.S. interest in 'an early and successful outcome." The two leaders also discussei. thc Chinese Communist attack on 5 Gymnasiums Will Be Open During Vacation donated from .several Greclcy grocery stores, Branen'.s, Miller's. iSafcway. Ideal, Snow White. Hor- Five Grcclcv school gyrnnas- Hums will be own fur six days " rnl "'" '.' India wilh special consideration to the way Ihc Iwo gov'inmcnti ighl assisl the Indian govcrn-jj. lis aggression."! '^ Funeral Services Sat. For John Bernhordt Funeral services for John Bern- inrdl ST., 80, of Lovclnml win Permits Issued For Building of 8 New Homes Building permits for eight new. one-family h o m e s were issued this pn* week by thc City Building Inspection Department. Tho new home permits were as follows: Jim Mcchalkf. contractor, B21 Mill A v c , $1.1,0-18; Wayne Dca- son, contractor. 9)G 3«h Ave. a., $14.5211; ,lako Schneider, contractor, 2«OG W. 20th St. Hd $22 litt- ~ died Thursday at the Longmonl! 1 "' HmarA Murphy, contractor, Communily Hospital, will be all 1 TM , 27lh Avc · tv *- (M l);i " "regard, contractor nnd owner, 115! 25th Avc.. $12.122; nnd Hay Murphy, cimtrnelor. 1IM 3:,|h Ave 't., $11,011. Only one oilier permit for work coaling an nstimalnl $l,(i(X) nr more was issued during Ihe wivk. This was taken out by ttolirrt Bauming ns contractor for f i n - ishing basement rooms nl aai Bolair lone at an estimated cost of $1.500. 10:30 a.m., Saturday from Ihe siblwy Homo ol Ixive- land. Bo-rnhardt farmed in the Evans area for many years before moving to Uvcland. He is Ihc broth- IT of Mrs. II. J. Salzman of 42« Hth Avc. Marriage License Ronald Eugene Hinders anc Grace Ixiuisc Kichling, both Gree- KAHAC!II_I',ikiM;in will build n 15.(«m kw power ri.ilion. Mary Funk Studio dancers p u l i d u r i i i R Uic Christmas vacalion 1 '""-^ "'viewed defense "prolilcmsi on s-vcral dance numlwrs for thcjfor supervised activities li ' c Asiiln ""iKonlincnt and re-| delighted cliililren. | .i im || nn ks. s|x,rl.s and games i '"' ntal lllcir ho Pc '»r for Community AHivi- "*" 1 " f "'^'ons betwe lm l' rovt -lf*1 n Pakis- (Sj ; lwo|j- at Jnckrtm. Cami-ron .·ind! k ' ;!(ll " s TM lm 'n«l in much dclail:.-.._ ·i ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPftUtG WATER. City Traffic Accidents f;re/.. |,;,d been r;ir. Karl Shy-rock. One arcidenl was reported nnjtold |»olice .^^^"Kijjv^ i r n i m n 1.1 i gallons of . m i l 1 ^ .i,,^!, M j || 1( , | lltllr( . ,| r ( Pnsi , ,,[ n u .| l . j II Ilic-h Hillw.-iy at Pal Pine al .larksTM. I 1213 12lh Si j^ ;in ''' s ;i{ f-atncrni) and .fun 1 morning thai'." 1 ''TMklin. . had been stolen from his I |1 1,700 Lives Lost t - - jflMfe : ff jailor the United'States recog'nizcd Grco!c ' s ""' ls Tllurstla : 1 ^ ' Sallal's revolutionary government.lTM^ 11 / 11 fi;(11 Pm ; " ^ h Ave.i.Mr FACES 71ST OPERATION - ' ! and Slh SI. and involved a Ml! Adolf Ben.-ivirK Vft I l l h Fifleen-year-old Kathy Hillery ; BH1INF.I ' A P I -- Sullan Sirjfcdan driven by Carnlyn M. Tni-jssiil F i i d a v mnrninR Ihai a h i e ' CIIICAdO-Abcnl 11.700 lives enters Chelsea Nsval Hospilal |0mar Ali Saifuddin suspended Ihejilln. Id. 1. whii-h n-ceived $30:and wheel had been Inttn frnm f w ( ' r " I"'1 -'"id 41.520..Tm.d'Ki wo:lh : in Boston Dec. 19 where slie (constitution of Ihis British Borneo.damaacs. and a 19M sedan driven his pieiuip ( n i ( k '"' |rnpi''ty \v.i« destroyed in HUM will undergo her 7ist operation 'protectorate Friday as a result flfjby (ieriri,r Born, ::if. 12lh St., Carl -- a skin graft. She has l»tn jlhc rebellion which broke out tv.-oiwhk-h received damages. undergoing .such operiiliims !»i ;wwks ago. . thc pa;l five years lo r e p a i r 1 He aK dissolved Ihe letjislalivo BI'FNOS AIIIII'.S - P.eef rirhibeen slolen from Ins pickup. I in IWO: 'he pro|v*rty lir (lamngrd miuclcs and tissue .assembly in wliiih the K a k y a l l A i n e n i ' i m ,1. nn« "nir-rinu thcl Thomas Murro Inld |jn|i ( .e,SID.(Ml.(iii') lower, sufli-red in K fire in Ihe kilchcn : party of rclirl leader A. M. Aza-!world market «ii'n S ;ifrly iloth-iThurHiay nighl Iha! seven C h t K t · ! ;i/ Ihe f u l t i r c defense nf Hie Allnn- jlic alliance and of Ihc safety of Hie whnle free world " Weird cnmc in from P.nis lhat Fienrh Charles de (ianlle had bwn filled in on Ihe, iiimcnls h'jic. lires. Vogli. 1CT) 7lli A v e . a\fQ\l.VJ.lft firps thai occurred in. d Friduj nurniiii; Ihnt Iwo,""-' t'nilwi Stairs in l!«jl. Tlic «li«-l and bniicaps h»d|('l»lily loll was 350 higher lhan' was One Car for Every 3,4 DKTKOIT ·how that 7() llio fntcsl JMT c'i)i of tfrr Boston home. 'AP Wire- phmoi , '** i h a r i held al lii elcrled senb The ing for factory workers made oflmas htijhs had been taken [rom iparty ha. litcn outlawed. hides. |hia yard. :{'uitpH OTTAWA-·Cam!.'"'!" clicmiral j n - i n - a l l h r i p hislry expeelA a giv*f yeor, jery 3 4 pel of f l i c otc in the pp anr] th;it 'n Ampr- nnw nne car f^r fv-

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