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OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1952


SECTION B

They Know About Russian 'Justice' Rail Unit in Korea Honors City Told of Pigeon Nuisance
Two HAFB Airmen Are Fugitives From Soviet Galkws Husband of Qgden Woman Complaint that pipeons are
ing insanitary conditions through
the downtown blocks was made to
_ Boulevard the other day while the
pigeons were flying about, and
they got four out o£ five pas-
Maj. Harold H. Wittekind, whose*-^ City Manager E. ,(. Allison today
se rsby."
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — camp they escaped after s i x + the air force with no reasons •- Curtain. They traveled through wife and children, live at 1737' by a group of businessmen.
And added another:
months when the camp was ac- given. Europe for two years until final- Binford St. has been honored in Said one of the delegation:
Two airmen stationed hrre face Leaving operations headquar- 'I was standing on Washington "They are not iu the least bit
cidentally bombed by the Allies. ly the great day came when they Korea by members of the Army discriminating."
25 years in Siberia at hard la- ters in a puzzled state of mind,
They made their way to a secret they were surrounded by armed were cleared for immigration to Railroad Transportation Battalion The nuisance has been goinj;
bor,, followed by a one-way trip
to the gallows — if they ever fall
into Comm'jni.st hands, it was
air base in the Slovakian moun- Russians, herded into a van with
tains and became pilots of the .several other Czech fliers and
Czech Air Force in exile. They 'taken to a concentration camp.
the U. S.
On Christmas eve in 1950, they
which he commands.
The 765th TRSB in Korea has
dedicated the Oct. 13 issue of "Rail
'Ike Sure Thing on for several weeks, End seems
to be getting worse, the delegation
told Mr. Allison. They asked for
arrivert at the home of their
In Mountain West7
revealed today. Their farcical trial for treason Review," battalion newspaper, to city aid.
How they escaped from a Red- flew German, Russian and Brit- sponsor in Chicago. He had Mr. Allison said he is working
ish planes and when no planes ended after half an hour with the the new commanding officer.
concentration camp, fled to the been a-lifelong fnend of their The newspaper says: out 3 plan which he hopes will
American zone in Bavaria a n d were available joined guerrilla verdict, "Guilty as charged." The families and was a Czech citizen curtail the trouble.
parties for raids against the Ger- main witness against them was "Maj. Wittekind is not a stranger Ralph E. Becker, a New York
finally were cleared to come to himself until 1945. to most of us, as we have had the
the U. S. reads like » movie mans. an old and close friend who had Three months later they were attorney responsible for organ-
script. Later they ilew in support of flown with them. His testimony granted their first papers toward
pleasure of association with. him
when' he was assigned to the 3rd
izing and- integrating Republican • Smokey Says:
the Russian Army as it pushed convicted them. becoming American citizens, and campaigns in the five Rocky Moun-!
Hope to Fly Jets into Germany until that country Spirited Them Away TMRS, and more recently here in tain states, thinks Ike is a sure
They hope some day to pilot three days after that had enlist- the Pusan backshop, where he
was defeated and then were hap- Four months later the Czech ed in the U. S. Air Force and thing in Utah. Idaho, Montana,
American jet fighters against the pily reunited with their families established and operated the- Depot Colorado and Wyoming. !
enemy in Korea. underground spirited them away were at Lackland Air Force Supply Section of.the 3rd TRMS."
who had been hiding in the from the prison, and took them Base, Texas, as basic airmen. During an interview yesterday, i
Because their families are still mountains. With Southern Pacific Mr. Becker said information I
behind the Iron Curtain in con- 150 miles in a get-away car. They Several months later they were
Ordered to Report covered the last 30 miles to the at Hill Air Force Base and now The newspaper goes on to sketch reaching him shows the GOP presi- j
centration camps they can be are trying to gjt a transfer to the major's military career both dential nominee constantly gath-1
identified only as Laslo snd When the Russians took over Bavarian border by whatever
Czechoslovakia in 1948 they were means they could, constantly in Germany so they can complete as a railroader and a soldier. He ering strength.
Kratis. ordered to report to an air base danger of being recaptured. their work for Doctors Degrees was associated with the Southern Mr. Becker has been traveling
They were attending the Col- Pacific Railroad as traveling: the five states for just a month
lege of Aeronautics in Prague. in North Bohemia. Anxious to At the U. S. military barracks at the.University of Heidelberg.
fight for their country against their story was checked for three After that — they hope for storekeeper for 18 years before i now, sampling public sentiment
Czechoslovakia when the Ger- embarking on ;i varied and exten-j and ironing out the wrinkles in
mans took over their country in the new ioe, they were bluntly weeks before they were cleared flying status, preferably as jet
told they were discharged from to stay on this side of the Iron pilots in Korea. sive military cai'eer. • j his own party.
1943. Sent to a concentration H e ' w a s supply officer for the | The foulest campaign biow
765th at Ft. Eustis, Va.'in 1948, i Maj. II. H. Wittekind landed to date, Mr. Becker safd,
Experience Vital Five County Budget Items Ogden Death Case later moving
141C1 mUVillg to
LU Holabird,
HUlaUliU, Md.,!
IVIU., ; was Truman's appeal to race and
where he served as supply officer, i come to the best organization in class prejudice. But it had jitst
executive officer and acting com- Korea and we will endeavor to the opposite its intended»effect.
manding officer of the Holabird make your command here the most •'It was a political smear that has
McKay Declares Said 'Heading for Red' To Gel New Trial Transportation Corps Railroad Re- successful of your military career," : won a great many votes for Ike,
pair Shop. In 1951 he was assigned said the "Rail Review." one o£ America's greatest and Other {oiks care—it « campflre b«
to the Ogden Transportation Corps Maj. Wittekind is married and j most unprejudiced rnen," he said. a forest flre!
BRIGHAM' CITY — Speaking on At the present rate of expendi-+derived under operation of the SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Railroad Repair Shop at Ogden has two children Bart, 19, and | —
.u "Value
..,71 \e v^rion™ " ture, five items of the county's :• justic and city court department Utah Supreme Court reversed the Arsenal as executive officer. * Denyce, 17, both students al Ogdcn '
the of Experience, i 1952 budget will exceed their fund will more than offset the possible Second District Court yesterday
R, McKay brought hispid for Con- j a i !cicat i onST Lawrence M. Malan, deficits in this department. arrd granted a new trial in a suit "We extend to you a cordial wel- High School.
Kress to Erigham City last night | clerk and auditor leported to com-. He said additional
as he addressed a meeting at the j missioncrs today. J
expenses of involving the death of an Ogden McCLANAHAN'S never charge extra for c redt't
.; the
" county
' - fire
, . department,
' *<-;-•<....
higher cyclist.
e nn rr a- School
Central . building,, sponsored |, ^^ ^^
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departmems _ TheyThey , ,ilicreases


ilicreases „,

'five budget items include : legal advertising costs and other
„, general
general county

opera-
county ope ra-
The 3 to 2 decision upheld the
appeal or Gertrude Gibbs, widow Auto Strikes, Injures Woman
by the Business and Professional:
Woman's group of this city.
, h e a l l h gnd q ual . an tj n e, sher- i lion experise.s have depleted the
! il'f's office and the surveyor's of-1 statutory and general budget.
of Fv Parley Gibbs of 22G7 Jef-
werson Ave., Oyden, who died soon Mrs. Eva Weller, 56, -ft 1661 wards trying to get out'of the way. This Season You'll Enjoy Top
"The mar, you elect to serve you | lice Also v.ader this department after his cycle was struck by a Grant Ave., suffered a possible] The driver said he was watch-
in Congress miiM
must jo^ji
do just that," taxicab in November. 1948.
in u>ngiess . as-1 The other two budget items .do-; come the i, telegraph,
] county telephone,
agent The Second District Court had neck fracture, arm and body | ing an auto that was making a
not fall directly under lhe super power and ght bl 1Si
sertcd Mr. McKay. He must nave vision o£ a county of f j c j a i but are expenses, dog catcher and others.
first hand knowledge of the prob- general expenses incurred by reg-| County commissioners last year
entered a directed "no cause of
action" verdict in favor of Blue
bruises when struck by an auto left turn in front of him and did
at the intersection of Washington not see the woman. No citations
Fashion and Soothing Comfort
lems that confront the people of ular county operation, explained, approved a total budget of S847 Cab Inc., on grounds that the cy- Boulevard and 20th Street at 4:20 were issued. Dee Hospital attaches
Mr. Malan. 227. For the first nine months of clist was contributorily negligent p.m. yesterday. reported Mrs. Weiler's condition
Utah and the western states.
"11 fee!
ll;Ci qualified
u u n u i i ' . w to
i" serve
i.wi , — — as•• Mr. Malan told commissioners i leaving
your congressman because I am i that unless spending is decreased
this year, S627,504 has been spent
a remainder of $219,722,
in that he did not have a lamp on
his.machine.
Mrs. Weller, crossing from the today was fairly good.
east in a pedestrian, lane on the
in our FUR TRIMMED
well experienced in both the busi-! for the last three months of this south side of the ' intersection,'
nes«. farming, livestock and recla- \yew, it wUl be necessary to adver- was struck by the left front of a
mat:on fields. 1 want to say now Use for deficit allocations,
that when you send me to Congress Commissioners were given a re- Polio Kids to Get Treat sedan driven by Ray C. Christen-
.sen, 27, of 2215 Lincoln Ave., po-
lice said.
I'll continue the fight that's been port on the expenditures of each If polio kids at St. Benedict's ^ But their turn is coming, the The auto was making.a left turn
waged thus far successfully in the county department for the first across the intersecfion from '20th.
house by Congressman Walter K. nine months of this year. Those Hospital seem a little more dis- chief promised.
Mrs. Weller .s.iid she jumped back-
Portion)
S.otil.
115.40
i., 18.45
Granger" for the Weber Basin proj- five, heading for the red, are as contented at having to lie con- And the tonsorial operations !ug«n. IS.35
ect. This is a project that I feel follows, with their budget listed stantly on their backs there is will be "official," too, for the Magic Show Tonight
Klomolh Foil 16.83
will effect favorably the economic first and the amount spent to
a real reason. chief will take out his barber's Boy Scout Troop 13, Eagle Pa-
situation in this area for years to date listed second: They have a standing offer to license and prop it up in plain
come. Health and quarantine depart- trol, of the LDS Sixth Ward will
view just like he did for Corky.
in favor of additional rec- ment, $6,791 budget with $5,236 have their hair cut by a real Incidentally, Corky is getting
present a magician show at 7
fo?Th- sS,e of > already spent justice of the peace chief of police as soon as they're tonight at the ward. There will
and city court. S5,350-$4,182; sher- stronger every day and- his folks be an admission charge. But Dtpot Pnon. 3-48*8
U!,ih. A!! or you know that we iffs office, $72,550-562,]88; sur- able to sit up, » expect to take him home, soon.
have hundreds of thousands of use- Up to now only one of them
1 veyors office,
less acre ; of land in this state due statutory and general, $91,350- $9.945-$8,372, and
to the lack of water. has enjoyed the distinction — Speak Now for a
"I will wfirk for continued refor $72.628. 10-year-old Richard (Corky)
Mr. Malan explained that fines Faulkner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Spae* In McCLANAHAN'S for family clothes pn credit
lie domain.
"This I believe will end the fight
Ralph Faulkner, 1-26 Navy Way,.
.Washington Terrace. REST HAVEN
between thr wildlife and the live-
stock forces because what we need
Two Ogdeniles What made it better the chief-
Archie Swenson of Roy — actual- MODERN TRAILER Use Your Credit for
in Utah is more gra.ss. not less live- ly got down on his knees in order COURT
stock or wildlife." added McKay,
Due From Korea to trim Gorky's shaggy locks. He
had to, because the child's chair
was low and Corky couldn't ma-
4025 Rivordale Road . Fall's Comfort Team!
SEATTLE (AP)—Seven Utahns neuver his neck like other kids.
New Rest Rooms and
Mishap Slightly | and two Idahoans are among those But when the job was done, Showers., We Fill Pro- Men's Flannel
pane Cylinders.^
Injures Girl i aboard the Navy transport USNA Corky grinned with ill-concealed
pride and the other kids looked
i Gen. H. B. Freeman, due in Se-
Gem-fiia Price, 16, of 452 Hudson attle tomorrow with returnees
St., received a head bump and from the Far East.
SUITS
skinned knee when struck by an Those from Utah are Cpl. -Ervin
auto north of thn pedestrian lane I L. Carter, 3269 Stephens Ave., Og- Men, here's the suit that you'l!
at Washington Boulevard ?.nd 25th. den; Pfc. Jack C. Davis, 3204 Wall McCLANAHANj quick tredit on PrUei
Street Wednesday afternoon. ' Ave., Ogden; Capt. Otto C. Erbst, wear everywhere and look your
N
Tlu- girl ran in front of a north- Salt Loke City; Pfc. Ernest San-
bound sedan driven by Mrs. Koba i chez, Blanding; Cpl. Keith D. Walk- best. It has that smart, dres-
H. Tillotson, 40, of A-53 Victory | er. Roosevelt, and Pvt. • Melvin S.
Road. Washington Terrace, as she Whitelock, Eureka, and Gayle M.
Tweed Goes sy look but in casual tan,
was hurrying to catch a bus, po-', Aldred. electrician's mate, third blue or grey colors. Sizes
lice said.'Miss Price said the acci-; class, USN. SprinRville.
dent wa.s her own fault. j Those from Idaho are Emery E. With Sports! 35-42. See them today!
The auto barely nudged the Ferguson, machinisls's mate, third
50
girl, police said. She bumped her class, USN, Caldwell, and Billy E,
49
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head when she fell onto the pave- Morgan, radarman, third class, Boys' All Wool Only
ment. USN, Caldwell.

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Second Section Second Section
OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1952
SECTION B

They Know About Russian 'Justice' Rail Unit in Korea Honors City Told of Pigeon Nuisance
Two HAFB Airmen Are Fugitives From Soviet Galkws Husband of Qgden Woman Complaint that pipeons are
ing insanitary conditions through
the downtown blocks was made to
_ Boulevard the other day while the
pigeons were flying about, and
they got four out o£ five pas-
Maj. Harold H. Wittekind, whose*-^ City Manager E. ,(. Allison today
se rsby."
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — camp they escaped after s i x + the air force with no reasons •- Curtain. They traveled through wife and children, live at 1737' by a group of businessmen.
And added another:
months when the camp was ac- given. Europe for two years until final- Binford St. has been honored in Said one of the delegation:
Two airmen stationed hrre face Leaving operations headquar- 'I was standing on Washington "They are not iu the least bit
cidentally bombed by the Allies. ly the great day came when they Korea by members of the Army discriminating."
25 years in Siberia at hard la- ters in a puzzled state of mind,
They made their way to a secret they were surrounded by armed were cleared for immigration to Railroad Transportation Battalion The nuisance has been goinj;
bor,, followed by a one-way trip
to the gallows — if they ever fall
into Comm'jni.st hands, it was
air base in the Slovakian moun- Russians, herded into a van with
tains and became pilots of the .several other Czech fliers and
Czech Air Force in exile. They 'taken to a concentration camp.
the U. S.
On Christmas eve in 1950, they
which he commands.
The 765th TRSB in Korea has
dedicated the Oct. 13 issue of "Rail
'Ike Sure Thing on for several weeks, End seems
to be getting worse, the delegation
told Mr. Allison. They asked for
arrivert at the home of their
In Mountain West7
revealed today. Their farcical trial for treason Review," battalion newspaper, to city aid.
How they escaped from a Red- flew German, Russian and Brit- sponsor in Chicago. He had Mr. Allison said he is working
ish planes and when no planes ended after half an hour with the the new commanding officer.
concentration camp, fled to the been a-lifelong fnend of their The newspaper says: out 3 plan which he hopes will
American zone in Bavaria a n d were available joined guerrilla verdict, "Guilty as charged." The families and was a Czech citizen curtail the trouble.
parties for raids against the Ger- main witness against them was "Maj. Wittekind is not a stranger Ralph E. Becker, a New York
finally were cleared to come to himself until 1945. to most of us, as we have had the
the U. S. reads like » movie mans. an old and close friend who had Three months later they were attorney responsible for organ-
script. Later they ilew in support of flown with them. His testimony granted their first papers toward
pleasure of association with. him
when' he was assigned to the 3rd
izing and- integrating Republican • Smokey Says:
the Russian Army as it pushed convicted them. becoming American citizens, and campaigns in the five Rocky Moun-!
Hope to Fly Jets into Germany until that country Spirited Them Away TMRS, and more recently here in tain states, thinks Ike is a sure
They hope some day to pilot three days after that had enlist- the Pusan backshop, where he
was defeated and then were hap- Four months later the Czech ed in the U. S. Air Force and thing in Utah. Idaho, Montana,
American jet fighters against the pily reunited with their families established and operated the- Depot Colorado and Wyoming. !
enemy in Korea. underground spirited them away were at Lackland Air Force Supply Section of.the 3rd TRMS."
who had been hiding in the from the prison, and took them Base, Texas, as basic airmen. During an interview yesterday, i
Because their families are still mountains. With Southern Pacific Mr. Becker said information I
behind the Iron Curtain in con- 150 miles in a get-away car. They Several months later they were
Ordered to Report covered the last 30 miles to the at Hill Air Force Base and now The newspaper goes on to sketch reaching him shows the GOP presi- j
centration camps they can be are trying to gjt a transfer to the major's military career both dential nominee constantly gath-1
identified only as Laslo snd When the Russians took over Bavarian border by whatever
Czechoslovakia in 1948 they were means they could, constantly in Germany so they can complete as a railroader and a soldier. He ering strength.
Kratis. ordered to report to an air base danger of being recaptured. their work for Doctors Degrees was associated with the Southern Mr. Becker has been traveling
They were attending the Col- Pacific Railroad as traveling: the five states for just a month
lege of Aeronautics in Prague. in North Bohemia. Anxious to At the U. S. military barracks at the.University of Heidelberg.
fight for their country against their story was checked for three After that — they hope for storekeeper for 18 years before i now, sampling public sentiment
Czechoslovakia when the Ger- embarking on ;i varied and exten-j and ironing out the wrinkles in
mans took over their country in the new ioe, they were bluntly weeks before they were cleared flying status, preferably as jet
told they were discharged from to stay on this side of the Iron pilots in Korea. sive military cai'eer. • j his own party.
1943. Sent to a concentration H e ' w a s supply officer for the | The foulest campaign biow
765th at Ft. Eustis, Va.'in 1948, i Maj. II. H. Wittekind landed to date, Mr. Becker safd,
Experience Vital Five County Budget Items Ogden Death Case later moving
141C1 mUVillg to
LU Holabird,
HUlaUliU, Md.,!
IVIU., ; was Truman's appeal to race and
where he served as supply officer, i come to the best organization in class prejudice. But it had jitst
executive officer and acting com- Korea and we will endeavor to the opposite its intended»effect.
manding officer of the Holabird make your command here the most •'It was a political smear that has
McKay Declares Said 'Heading for Red' To Gel New Trial Transportation Corps Railroad Re- successful of your military career," : won a great many votes for Ike,
pair Shop. In 1951 he was assigned said the "Rail Review." one o£ America's greatest and Other {oiks care—it « campflre b«
to the Ogden Transportation Corps Maj. Wittekind is married and j most unprejudiced rnen," he said. a forest flre!
BRIGHAM' CITY — Speaking on At the present rate of expendi-+derived under operation of the SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Railroad Repair Shop at Ogden has two children Bart, 19, and | —
.u "Value
..,71 \e v^rion™ " ture, five items of the county's :• justic and city court department Utah Supreme Court reversed the Arsenal as executive officer. * Denyce, 17, both students al Ogdcn '
the of Experience, i 1952 budget will exceed their fund will more than offset the possible Second District Court yesterday
R, McKay brought hispid for Con- j a i !cicat i onST Lawrence M. Malan, deficits in this department. arrd granted a new trial in a suit "We extend to you a cordial wel- High School.
Kress to Erigham City last night | clerk and auditor leported to com-. He said additional
as he addressed a meeting at the j missioncrs today. J
expenses of involving the death of an Ogden McCLANAHAN'S never charge extra for c redt't
.; the
" county
' - fire
, . department,
' *<-;-•<....
higher cyclist.
e nn rr a- School
Central . building,, sponsored |, ^^ ^^
------ • • • - (

departmems _ TheyThey , ,ilicreases


ilicreases „,

'five budget items include : legal advertising costs and other
„, general
general county

opera-
county ope ra-
The 3 to 2 decision upheld the
appeal or Gertrude Gibbs, widow Auto Strikes, Injures Woman
by the Business and Professional:
Woman's group of this city.
, h e a l l h gnd q ual . an tj n e, sher- i lion experise.s have depleted the
! il'f's office and the surveyor's of-1 statutory and general budget.
of Fv Parley Gibbs of 22G7 Jef-
werson Ave., Oyden, who died soon Mrs. Eva Weller, 56, -ft 1661 wards trying to get out'of the way. This Season You'll Enjoy Top
"The mar, you elect to serve you | lice Also v.ader this department after his cycle was struck by a Grant Ave., suffered a possible] The driver said he was watch-
in Congress miiM
must jo^ji
do just that," taxicab in November. 1948.
in u>ngiess . as-1 The other two budget items .do-; come the i, telegraph,
] county telephone,
agent The Second District Court had neck fracture, arm and body | ing an auto that was making a
not fall directly under lhe super power and ght bl 1Si
sertcd Mr. McKay. He must nave vision o£ a county of f j c j a i but are expenses, dog catcher and others.
first hand knowledge of the prob- general expenses incurred by reg-| County commissioners last year
entered a directed "no cause of
action" verdict in favor of Blue
bruises when struck by an auto left turn in front of him and did
at the intersection of Washington not see the woman. No citations
Fashion and Soothing Comfort
lems that confront the people of ular county operation, explained, approved a total budget of S847 Cab Inc., on grounds that the cy- Boulevard and 20th Street at 4:20 were issued. Dee Hospital attaches
Mr. Malan. 227. For the first nine months of clist was contributorily negligent p.m. yesterday. reported Mrs. Weiler's condition
Utah and the western states.
"11 fee!
ll;Ci qualified
u u n u i i ' . w to
i" serve
i.wi , — — as•• Mr. Malan told commissioners i leaving
your congressman because I am i that unless spending is decreased
this year, S627,504 has been spent
a remainder of $219,722,
in that he did not have a lamp on
his.machine.
Mrs. Weller, crossing from the today was fairly good.
east in a pedestrian, lane on the
in our FUR TRIMMED
well experienced in both the busi-! for the last three months of this south side of the ' intersection,'
nes«. farming, livestock and recla- \yew, it wUl be necessary to adver- was struck by the left front of a
mat:on fields. 1 want to say now Use for deficit allocations,
that when you send me to Congress Commissioners were given a re- Polio Kids to Get Treat sedan driven by Ray C. Christen-
.sen, 27, of 2215 Lincoln Ave., po-
lice said.
I'll continue the fight that's been port on the expenditures of each If polio kids at St. Benedict's ^ But their turn is coming, the The auto was making.a left turn
waged thus far successfully in the county department for the first across the intersecfion from '20th.
house by Congressman Walter K. nine months of this year. Those Hospital seem a little more dis- chief promised.
Mrs. Weller .s.iid she jumped back-
Portion)
S.otil.
115.40
i., 18.45
Granger" for the Weber Basin proj- five, heading for the red, are as contented at having to lie con- And the tonsorial operations !ug«n. IS.35
ect. This is a project that I feel follows, with their budget listed stantly on their backs there is will be "official," too, for the Magic Show Tonight
Klomolh Foil 16.83
will effect favorably the economic first and the amount spent to
a real reason. chief will take out his barber's Boy Scout Troop 13, Eagle Pa-
situation in this area for years to date listed second: They have a standing offer to license and prop it up in plain
come. Health and quarantine depart- trol, of the LDS Sixth Ward will
view just like he did for Corky.
in favor of additional rec- ment, $6,791 budget with $5,236 have their hair cut by a real Incidentally, Corky is getting
present a magician show at 7
fo?Th- sS,e of > already spent justice of the peace chief of police as soon as they're tonight at the ward. There will
and city court. S5,350-$4,182; sher- stronger every day and- his folks be an admission charge. But Dtpot Pnon. 3-48*8
U!,ih. A!! or you know that we iffs office, $72,550-562,]88; sur- able to sit up, » expect to take him home, soon.
have hundreds of thousands of use- Up to now only one of them
1 veyors office,
less acre ; of land in this state due statutory and general, $91,350- $9.945-$8,372, and
to the lack of water. has enjoyed the distinction — Speak Now for a
"I will wfirk for continued refor $72.628. 10-year-old Richard (Corky)
Mr. Malan explained that fines Faulkner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Spae* In McCLANAHAN'S for family clothes pn credit
lie domain.
"This I believe will end the fight
Ralph Faulkner, 1-26 Navy Way,.
.Washington Terrace. REST HAVEN
between thr wildlife and the live-
stock forces because what we need
Two Ogdeniles What made it better the chief-
Archie Swenson of Roy — actual- MODERN TRAILER Use Your Credit for
in Utah is more gra.ss. not less live- ly got down on his knees in order COURT
stock or wildlife." added McKay,
Due From Korea to trim Gorky's shaggy locks. He
had to, because the child's chair
was low and Corky couldn't ma-
4025 Rivordale Road . Fall's Comfort Team!
SEATTLE (AP)—Seven Utahns neuver his neck like other kids.
New Rest Rooms and
Mishap Slightly | and two Idahoans are among those But when the job was done, Showers., We Fill Pro- Men's Flannel
pane Cylinders.^
Injures Girl i aboard the Navy transport USNA Corky grinned with ill-concealed
pride and the other kids looked
i Gen. H. B. Freeman, due in Se-
Gem-fiia Price, 16, of 452 Hudson attle tomorrow with returnees
St., received a head bump and from the Far East.
SUITS
skinned knee when struck by an Those from Utah are Cpl. -Ervin
auto north of thn pedestrian lane I L. Carter, 3269 Stephens Ave., Og- Men, here's the suit that you'l!
at Washington Boulevard ?.nd 25th. den; Pfc. Jack C. Davis, 3204 Wall McCLANAHANj quick tredit on PrUei
Street Wednesday afternoon. ' Ave., Ogden; Capt. Otto C. Erbst, wear everywhere and look your
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Tlu- girl ran in front of a north- Salt Loke City; Pfc. Ernest San-
bound sedan driven by Mrs. Koba i chez, Blanding; Cpl. Keith D. Walk- best. It has that smart, dres-
H. Tillotson, 40, of A-53 Victory | er. Roosevelt, and Pvt. • Melvin S.
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lice said.'Miss Price said the acci-; class, USN. SprinRville.
dent wa.s her own fault. j Those from Idaho are Emery E. With Sports! 35-42. See them today!
The auto barely nudged the Ferguson, machinisls's mate, third
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girl, police said. She bumped her class, USN, Caldwell, and Billy E,
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