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2 : . lntcrmountdin Briefs 1960 gggU D DAjLY-HERAL- Press International POWDER. RIVER, Wyo. (UPI) An old man was beaten to death with A club and Jus crip- -' pled wife badly injured, appar" mm hk. ' ' ' m - I V ' By WILL BERNARD ;. Steve, a wealthy playboy, took his fiancee to aji ele' gant store and ordered two costly gowns. He made it clear that they would have to be ready by June !l the day set ' for the wedding. A SALT- - LAKE CITY (UPI) But on May 30, the store notified Steve that there youth allegedly raped and then would be a Week's delay. This news upset the bride so robbed a Washington, ed to explain or justify being on D.C., woman at a imotel Thurs- severely that she called off the wedding for good. Result: Steve sued the store for damages. the wrong side" of the road, day, Salt Lake" City police re"more particularly after a high- ported. "They promised to have those gowns ready on time," , he testified that way patrolman The woman said she had been he charged in court. "That's a contract. Having breached smelled liquor on Rivera's breath sleeping' and was awakened by their contract, they ought to pay damages." , " . him, here immediately" after the accident someone rustling her clothing in protect ' ' and liquor and beer were found a suitcase. When the man, be, The body; of the victim, .Frank in the car. . . ." lieved 17 or 18, saw her looking at him he put his hand over her Baker, was found in his bloodBOISE (UPI) State reclama- mouth and told her not to scream, stained house. He apparently died 'early Thursday.' His wife, Maude, tion engineer George N. Carter k During the assault she said the that from all in- intruder dragged her from the was found lying on top his body, said Thursday ' where- she might, have fallen try- dications Idaho and live other bed into the bathroom and then ' states will sign , the Columbia took her back into the bedroom ing to protect him. Law officers throughout the Compact Commission ' Monday 'in and locked her in a clothes closet. Rocky Mountain region searched Spokane. However, he said, the compact, for George .Lewis Davidson Jr., Another motel, guest told police 23, a husky hired hand who had which has taken 10 years to ne- he woke up when he heard screams worked at the Bakers t small gotiate, still will have a long way but did not check because he service, station for about three to go before it becomes law. thought it . might be a family After the representatives of fight. weeks. Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, Federal Washington and Montana, give the CHEYENNE (UPD District Judge Ewlng T. Kerr compact the green light, it will, has awarded Frances F. Sande be sent to' Washington, D.C., of Twin Falls, Idaho, $6,800 in where federal agencies must study damages as a result of a .highsaid the Department of way accident near Rock River. RaJustice and the Department of The judgment was against mon Rivera of Rock River. He the Interior "wilT be the main fedadmitted, being on the wnpng side eral agencies concerned. After federal approval,, the varof the road when he ran into Mrs. Sande's car, but f claimed a tire ious state 'legislatures involved blew out just before the collision. must give their okay before ConCARE CANAVERAL (UPI) Kerr held that Rivera had fail- - gress will receive it. If approved becomes federal it The Air. Force may try again by Congress,: law.- within one month td fire its Titan Carter explained that the rea- missile a " record 10,000 miles a son it has taken ' 10 , years to ne- shot which fell short Thursday in gotiate the compact is "each its first attempt. Published by Herald Corstate was looking out. for itself." Informed sources said the Air poration, 190 West Fourth He ' said that discussions on the Force had a combat prototype of North Street, every afternoon. allocation of power took more the rocket oh hand at the Monday throngb Friday Son-da- y time than any other, part of the Cape for another attempt to send Herald published Sunday a dummy warhead! nearly halfcompact. morning. way around the world. Entered 'as second class Thursday the missile left its matter at the post office tn pad normally, but an launching Provo, Utah, under the act of cutoff of an engine dropped early March 3, 1879. the nose cone into the South AtSubscription terms by carlantic about 4,000 miles short of rier In Utah County: v its goal. $1.75 Per month' Scientists in charge of the test $10.58 6 months in advance FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) had mixed feelings about the reOne year in advance $21.00 Judge. Fisher T. Denny granted sult. The rocket failed to reach Mrs. Roy Hayes a divorce Thurs- the hoped-fo- r By maQ anywhere in the 10.00C miles, but it or its United States possesday "because she couldn't make traveled more than 1,000 miles sions: $1.75 per month: $10.51 her television set work. farther than any previous Titan. in testified : the set . Mrs. r Hayes for six months advance; worked fine when her husband $21.00 for a year in advance. GETS CARRIER COMMAND Herald telephone numbers:. was at home. WASHINGTON Capt. Then she found out, by accident, For editorial, circulation, ad(UPI been has Vincent Depoii, Paul 44, secret a call installed he had and that sports vertising switch that prevented her from named to command the first U.S. for society and FR aircraft carrier, news briefs, call FR turning it on while he; was away nuclear-powereThe she was home and from, Enterprise, which oins the number. Ore supposed fleet next fall. to be doing, housework. AC ently trying Thursday. - '.'to Readers Court ' Kobbed In S. L. Motel Man iBeaten to Death; Crippled Wife Injured By United Woman Raped "But what are the damages ?" protested the store. "What is the loss of a marriage worth, in dollars and . cents?" be hard to estimate," said Steve, "but at "That might least-know how much I spent on needless wedding preparations. I wasted exactly $800. Let them pay me that." SHOULD STEVE WIN DAMAGES F$OM THE STORE? Weigh both sides. Then mark your verdict: NO ( ) YES ( ) For the actual court decision, see verdict elsewhere . ' .. - . j 1 ' , on this page, Colorado Water Twining To Rights Might Be End Years 44 Nixon Injured By Air Force To Of Service -- Make Another Missile Try " ' ' 98-fo- ot TV Set Figures In Divorce Suit - d m-off- ice , Gov." Steve DENVER (UPD McNichols of Colorado said Thursday that election of Richard NixWASHINGTON (UPI) Gen. on as president would threaten Nathan F. Colorado's water rights and jeopTwining is ending .44 ardize development of the Upper years of military service today convinced that America is not be nation and coming a second-clas-s is not falling behind Russia. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will formally bow out of the military establishment at retirement ceremonies that will include a salute and a by 24 jet planes beginning at 3:45 p.m. EDT, at Boiling Air Force Base here. Twining, who was decorated with his third Distinguished Flying Cross by President Eisenhower,, at the White House Thursday, told reporters he was satisfied with the present U.S. defense position but military spending would source development." have to be increased in the future. The four-sta- r general, who will be 63 years old on Oct. 11, is rearing at his own request because of poor health. He underwent a THE VERDICT No. Because the store was liable cancer operation last year. In separate ceremonies today only for damages that were a foreseeable result of its delay. The at the Pentagon, Gen. Lyman L. court said it could hardly have Lemnitzer was to be sworn in as foreseen that such a minor lapse Twining's successor and Gen. would have such major conse- George H. Decker was to take the oath succeeding Lemnitzer as quences. (State laws vary.) Army chief of staff. Colorado River Rasin. said Nixon, from McNkhol Southern California, and other Calif ornians have never been sympathetic to development of the Upper Basin. California is part of the Lower Colorado Basin. According to the governor, California has done everything in its power to inhibit the 'development of the Upper Basin states of Wyoming, Utah and New ; Mexico. He said the future of the Up" per Basin revolves about the question of water and its development. And he said, Nixon' election "would put us back in re- 19-gu- n fly-ov- er Col-rad- o, Reader's Court 1 r . 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