World War I Veterans Sough) To March in Parade on July THE LOCKHORNS Â· A t : Hie recent meeting I llic Lust Squad, an organization of Work! War I veterans, Charles Plumb suggested Iliat the organization have a squad in World War I uniforms inarch in the Fourth of July parade. The; .proposal posed three questions to Ihe members: Do yoli jstill- have your uniform? Can.y'pti" gel into it? And, can yoii'- walk the entire distance of (He parade at parade speed? . rjlumb said that as far as lirtitdrms 'are concerned, pants and 'leggings especially seem to be 'lacking. These items, he Â«aip/ were worn after World War -l; t 'often because money w s - n o t available for other clothing, ' Choker Â·' blouses seem to be more -available, Plumb said. Fit is especially a problem in regard to blouses because they were worn snugly by regulation, requiring I he elevation of the abdomen into I he chcsl area.; This. Plumb added, is no longcrj possible with men in their 70's and Bit's. Plumb s;iid he feels World War 1 veterans need not be BOULOEK, Colo. (AH -. Moulder police said Karlcy Gor-j don, 111, of Anderson, Ind:, who had been questioned about u slaying in California, was re-; leased Tuesday without charge.! Officers said Gordon reported police headquarters after. ashamed of walking ability, lie recalled lhal they a drum and bugle corps which marched in the parade for many years. Plumb also Â· | learning that bis traveling companion, Gary Garrett, 18. also of Anderson, had been found, killed at South Lake Tahoe. | Gordon said lie last saw Garrelt in San Francisco May 20, two days before he arrived in Boulder. This information was communicated to California au- Ihorities, who then notified police here that Gordon corÂ»d be released. recalled his grandfather, Col. C. A. While, parading with Civil War veterans in his 7()'s. At 80, the colonel walked seven miles lo town from the P l u m b ranch when his supply of cigars ran out. Later his grandson, Fred Plumb, bet the colonel a box if candy he could not quit smoking. Fred had lo pay up. Charles Plumb was appointed chairman of a committee to look into the possibility of laving a squad of World War . - . . ,. , I veterans march in the Fourth Â«" lcs bcl "8 SU PI' I|C '' f " r of .Inly parade. Plumb asks all World War veterans interested in marching' in the parade lo contact him His telephone number is 352- In the Courts '. : 'MUNICIPAL COURT Crescncio Arias, HI. !i. Gre^Iey, improper lane usage, $15,ahd |5 costs. Pauline. Andradc, 407 291h Ave., stop sign, $10. ''"Rgridjf.-JAppell, 2314 7lh Ave., junk vehicle, in residential zone, $8 and $5 costs. Jimmy U. Barlel, Balko. 3322. "So far it looks like 1 will -. , jmareh alone, if 1 march,' .Verda M. Bostrom. 42!) 35lh pi um l, lamented, l i e expressTM Ave., careless driving, $10 andlhope, however, that he would J5 costs. ' ;. Charles Boulter. 2342 C St., toilure to .yield right of way, $8 arid'$5'costs. ' ' , Larry'Carlson, 1326 l l l h St., dog at Marge, $5 and $5 costs suspended.' Henry Croissant, 22115 12th St. Bd., improper turn, $8 and ?5 costs. ' .Ruth Esquibel, 1202 4th Ave., Junk' vehicle in residential /one, f t and; $5 costs. Â· Carl 'M. Hubert, Commerce City,-speeding, $13. ' ' Joe' Garcia, Rl. 3, Grecley, speed contest, $15 and $5 costs. , Steven Garcia, IK15 5th SI., ipeed contest, $15 and $5 cosi Joe Griego, 1102 3rd Flaws Found In Some 747 Engines SEATTLE (AP) - A Boeing spokesman says a flaw has developed in some o f t h e new ITS A NOTE TO ME FROM YOOK MOTHER." company's 747 jumbo jet airliners. The Pratt Whitney .ITilD engines recently installed in a dozen or so of Ihe 41 j u m b o jels the firm has delivered to airlines are subject to turbine blade failure, the .spokesman said Monday. The spokesman said the Federal Aviation A d m i n i s t r a t i o n has ordered fleetwide icispec- .ions. Boeing said the engine maker has begun modification of the engines. A spokesman for Pratt Whitney Aircraft Division United Aircraft Corp. said in Kast Hartford, Conn., that "we Ihink we've identified the problem and developed a fix for it." lie described the problem as "turbine blade damage resulting from a malfunction of the blade retaining mechanism." Modifications are being incorporated in engines coining off the production line now and in the engines of Northwest Airlines planes and some other planes. Water Supply Replenishing Not Successful MMUNfiTON, Colo. C A P Replenishing underground wa- ller supplies in eastern Colorado would be only partially sue-, cessful in countering drops in I the area's water table, a ivixjrl! by Ihe U.S. Geological Survey! said. | Irrigation projects in the high plains country arc draining the Ogallala aquifer formation of its water content. Only 10 per cent of the water w i t h d r a w n by pumping is avilablc to recharge Ihe subterranean formations, Ihe report said. A IDtiH study, cited by the report; found thai the M2,U(II) acre- feel of water pumped from (he aquifer f o r m a t i o n s by irrigation wells, only 12.IIIIII acre-feet left the area by stream flow. The report also said there arc few places where Ihe earth AVi'd., J u n e '.',, 107(1 ( ; K K is iMirmis enough lo |XTinil re charging. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS ' Dueling j s legal in Uruguay. T F J I I H ' N K J'iiKe :U las a larger air BERLIN - Each diner fixes 'jhi.s own meal price in a of restaurant here. TV Ailing? Gall Jim Failing 352-20(15 I Gifts and Cards For Favorite Graduates! Â· Billfolds Â· Stationery Â· Book Ends Â· Scrapbooks and Albums .Â· Personalized Stationery Many Other Gifts From Which To Choose 807 8th SI. Ph. 353-0246 soon hear from other World War 1 veterans interested in marching. Nixon Won't See Palme Tho Washington Post WASHINGTON - The While House said Tuesday lhal President Nixon would not see Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme during his visit in Washington this week "The prime m i n i s t e r is here on a private visit and lias not _ c ;'|rÂ«|ucsled a meeting." W h i l e junk vehicle in residential zone,!,.,,,,,,,, P| . css , Sc( . r( ,, arv Rom ,| ( 18 and ?5 costs , j, icj , lcr s; , i(| ,,,,,,,,-. lskc( | j f Velva H e r d , baton, s,gnal| lho ,. c wm ,| r , hc ., nlor|i light $8 and $5 costs . P;l | mi , wm hc j, iv( , n ., |unch . Bob Lopez, 1845 l l l h Avc... t , on hy Secrelarv of Stale W i t Junk vehicle, $8 suspended andi|j,. inl n Hnj;ers'and will speak C Â°, S ' S ' 'Â», u-,, , 'Â·* " N a t i o n a l Press Club lunch. Irva Nesbitl, 22(10 37th M.,- c o n . n c is f l y i n K ,,, ( h o Lin j, c ,, Â·top sign, to. i Stales to accept an honorary Margaret Ann Overtoil. l]2S;d 0 g r i, ( , | nim K u n y nn College i'n Â»tn Ave., U turn, $8 and $5jGambler. Ohio. cos ' s - ! It is understood this agree- Mary Ramos, M loth SI..!men! was worked out some Junk vehicle, $8, $5 suspended, weeks ago between Ihe Presi- Â«nd $5 costs. l( |(, n i ; ,nd Secretary of Slate Wil- .Mrs. Harold liobinson. 2ll3:li;nii P. Rogers before the Â·th St.,Junk vehicle, dismissed. Cambodian operation aroused Donald R. Simpson, 2539 Hlh new a n l i American criticism ii Ave., careless driving. ?10 and i Sweden and before racial in- f5 costs. Juan A. Srna, 128 15th St., s n l l s were shiniled al the new American Ambassador lo Swcd- carcless driving, $15 and ?5|en Jerome II. Holland, cost.s. John Slencel I I I , HI. 3,i following too close, $H and $5 ; costs. Frank Â· 'J. Stein, Johnstown, itop sign, $8 and $5 costs. Michael J. 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