Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 21, 1950 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 21, 1950
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- PAGE TEN TH1 UKBEUY DAILY TtttUNl. CMMLKT. COLOKADO WimfaWUY, JOMI .tt. -1M»' Pilgrim Fellowship Owir in Benefit Recital Belore lendm for M»n Dulles Joins Tokyo Talks Tokyo. June 21.--(/?)--J o h n Foster Dulles flew into Japan today to discuss peace terms and general Asiatic economic and political prob- "'lenis with General MacArthur. As he arrived, U. S. Defense Secretary Louis Johnson, concerned more with the other alternative to peace--war and defense--toured the once mighty Japanese naval base at Yokosuka. Dulles, republican special adviser to the stale department, said upon his arrival from Korea: "I am here because the United States government has some post live ideas it wants to carry out." He added, after being greeted at tho airport by General MacArthur Mrs. MacArthur and William J. Se httld, acting U. S. political adviser lor Japan, that he will "consider nil phases" o( the peace issue. Dulles said he, Secretary John son, Gen. Omar Bradley, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, and Gen eral MacArthur all "are working in a cooperative spirit and we wir look for results." La Salle... ,_ La Salle, June 20.--Mr. and Mrs Vern Welch and Johnny and Mrs John Casey were Saturday eve ning visitors at tbe Charles (lod frey home. They later attended the wedding of Miss Nancy Maylott in Greeley. Mrs. Casey returned home " and the Welches stayed over night later going to their cabin in Estei Park for a few days vacation. Guests the past week of Mr. am Mrs. Jack McKonney were Mis Donna La Heist, Mrs. Charles La Heist, Sbarelle, Charles Jr., am Lynnc, all of Council Bluffs, la They were present for tho McKen ney-Knauh wedding of last Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Davis who ha been visiting for the past two week with relatives in Kansas returnei home Friday. I he Hark Congregational church's Pilgrim Fellowship cnoir, ·elected as the official choir for the national convention in Milwaukee, will give a benefit concert at the church Thursday night, ' followed by an Ice creim social. Marvin George, director, will be unable to make the trip and Mrs. George will direct with Joan Davis at the organ. The choir leaves at 8 o'clock Sunday evening and returns to Greeley at i:m p.m. July 4. It will travel In a chartered bus. The chamber of commerce Is having appropriate signs painted for the bus. In the photograph are: Top row, left to right: Shirley Rush, Patsy Sehmletenknop, Jerry Lehman, Paul George, Doug Sears, Bruce Lawrenson, Bob Simmons, Ted Heinz, Beverly Carl, Betty Spomer. Second row: Charlene Rankin, Joyce Wllger, Mary Lou Roberts, Judy Doubenmier, Kathy Waugh, Louver Mehrer, Patty Pratt, Elizabeth Straight, Joan Ross, Joan Darst, Luana Macpherson, Jean Garner, Nancy Thompson. Front row: Jane Taylor, Dorothy Llndeen, Barbara Helm, Margaret Wllcox, Shirley Pepper, Shirley Winters, Karene George, Nola Acott, Luwanda Steffens. Below at left: Mrs. Marvin George, organist, and director on the · trip; below at right, Marvin George, director, unable to make the trip. Not show are Joan Davis, organist, for the trip, and choir members: Betty June Shedd, Diane Allee, Bill Knies, Eddie Johnson, Bert Robinson, Carol Witwer, Jean Carpenter, Mary Connor, Carol Dickey, Meryl Hlggason. FBI Finds Nothing To Show Tampering with Files, Report By Marvin L. Arrowsmlth Washington, June 21.--(/P)--Senator Tydlngs (D-Md) said today the Km has found nothing to sustain charges by Senator McCarthy (R- Wis) that state department loyalty files have been tampered with and papers removal. McCarthy charged the files had been "raped" at the time President Truman agreed recently to let senate investigators look over Ihe data gathered on tho loyalty of some 81 department employees. Tydlngs told a news conference that McCarthy's charge was "not suslained by the facts." He said his statement was based on n report from the justice depatrment and an examination of the files by the FBI. The Maryland lawmaker is chairman of a senate foreign relations subcommittee which is Investigating McCarthy's charges that the de- parlmeiil harbors communists and fellow travelers. Tydings discussed the files silua- tion after the committee had spent more than two hours behind closed doors with John E. Peurifoy, deputy Drowning Victim Is Niece of Local Man Chore Musick, 15, one of the Taylor Demads Coal Be Used To Heat All Schools Denver, June 21.--(/P)--A campaign was launched today hy Sam T. Taylor of "Walaenburg, democratic leader of the state senate, to require heating of all school buildings in the state with coal, Taylor said he wants Attorney General John Metiger to enjoin all school districts which are building schools to he heated with gas and to require all new gas-heated schools to rip out their heating equipment and substitute coal heating. Taylor presented his idea to the synthetic fuels committee set up hy the Colorado legislature, but the committee decided such a program was outside its scope. two Denver girls who was drowned The atate 8enator asserted that in a boating accident in Sweetwa-| h e believes schools are covered by Rezoning Plea Will Be Taken Up on July 5lh The city council Tuesday night referred to the meeting of July 5, a petition protesting tfie reionlng of lots five and six and south 50 feet of each of lots seven and eight In Block 17, Houston Heights, from zone I), residence, to zone D,-business. Property o w n e r s , petitioning against the ordinance, all have private property facing Ninth street. The ordinance for rezoning the section was passed on the lirsl reading by the council on June 13. It will come up for final reading on July 5. The rezoning ordinance was sub milled to allow Helen M. Brink owner of a business building at the rear, of lols seven and eight, to continue to use the structure fo business. During the first hearing a statement Issued by the zoning board that It had no objection tc the continued use of the buildln for business was referred to. The council approved an appllca tlon for a house-mover's license fo W. A. Hutchens Inc., Denver; petition for installing a BSD-gallon gas tank for .Fred Knight, 233 Eighth avenue; and a petition fo building a temporary fruit stand fo the Guy Warner Produce company 1013 Eleventh avenue. The frui stand to be located 40 feet east o the Ace Drive Inn, Twenty-thlr avenue and Ninth street, will b used this summer only. Applications for the Installatlo of an electric sign at Broncho' ter creek near Eagle Sunday morning, was the niece of Thomas I. Musick, proprietor of tho Atlas Ftiol and Feed company. Her father, J. Roger Musick, architect, and the Greeley man .are brothers. The other accident victim was Nancy Schrepfornian, 14, daughter ot J. Alvin Schreperman, whose firm had one of tlie contracts for tho now Weld County Public hospital. . Bodies of the two girls were taken to the Eagle mortuary. Funeral arrangements are being made in Denver, where both families are socially prominent. undersecretary of state. Tydlngs declined to discuss Peu- rlfoy's testimony. Peurlfoy went before the com- mltlee to make a formal reply to McCarthy's charge that he made a "payoff" deal with a former state department employe who was a defendant In the 1945 Amerasia secret document's caso. the law requiring all state build- Ings to be heated with coal. "f drew that law myself In 1937," Taylor said, "and I know the intention was to cover school buildings. In any event schools should have some moral responsibility to the people of Colorado to Jevelop one of our major resources." Unless the coal Industry is revived, the senator declared, one of Iho state's .biggest Industries Is doomed. Taylor, who owns coal mines himself, said there used to. he ?15,000 coal miners in Colorado but the number Is now down to 5,500. He said the coal tonnage mined last year was the lowest In Colorado for 52 years. At the same tlrno, he added, Colorado has the largest coal reserves In the nation. cafe, 219 North Eleventh avenue, b the Greeley Neon Sign compan and an electric sign at Forbes Tlr Service, 607 Eighth avenue by th Greeley Tent and-Awning compan were approved. TnaM Mb, km Untoi if WUw Methuselah, a 28-pound truculent turtl« who makes a habit of snapping at anyone within reach, itubbornly refused to tell hli age Tuesday after he was pulled from the lake north of Windsor three boys pictured ibovi: Clarence Haller, Harold Burdlck, and Robert Lohry. The boys were hunting earp when they found Methuselah methodically making his way thru the shallow water of the lake. The youths used stick* and poles to capture the turtle. He'll bs released when th« boys paint their names and th. year 1150 on hi. back. Folks around Windsor said It was the first big turtle there In the last 12 years and Methuselah said It was a doggone shame.--Photo by Wayne Williams. Summer Masses Scheduled Schedule of summer masses at St. Peter's Catholic church on Sunday is 6:30, 8:00, 9:00 and 10:00 o'lclock. Greeley Legion Team Whips Loveland 32 to 1 Greeley's American Legion has ball team'blistered Loveland, 32- on the Loveland diamond Tuesda) Melvin Josephson, who went tb route for the locals, allowed bu four hits and struck out eight. After the fourth inning, the Gre ley reserves took over. The loca counted ten runs In the top of th seventh. Loveland, lacking a hurler who could find the plate, was never in the game. Noyes, who pitched most of the game walked 23 men and gave up 13 hits. He faced 64 men and was charged with all of the runs scored by Greeley. Noyes took over after the Loveland starter, Nuss, had walked Frank Morris and Vernon Blaue, the first men up for Greeley in the initial inning. Kenny Eckhardt led the Greeley stickers with three hits in four times at the plate. Only seven innings were played. Don Adams will hurl for Greeley against Longmont on tho La Salle diamond Thursday night at 7:30. Line score: R. H.E. Greeley 447 421 (10)--32 13 1 Loveland _ 010 000 0 -- 1 4 7 Josephson and McMillan; Nuss, Noyes (1) and Hamilton, Moulten (7). The Bread with that Golden Crust For Sale at all Grocery Stores and at HACKETT AND WALTERS BAKING CO. 710 7th Strett W« Giv. %*£ Greta Stamp* Halfie UJyrd Dies Mrs. Haltie Byrd, 80, of 903 Sixth street died at Weld County Public-hospital Tuesday. She had been a resident of Greeley eight years, prior to that living in the Gill community tor more than 20 years. Mrs. Byrd was born in Nebraska. She is survived by two brothers, Jeff Wathen of Hill City, Kan., and Thomas Wathen of Lincoln, Nebr.; two step-sons, Everett A. Byrd of Denver and Clifford Byrd of McCook, Nebr.; and two step-daughters, Mrs. Opal Farber ot McCook and Mrs. Wilma Norris of Van Nuys, Calif. Also surviving are three nephews, a niece and several grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the Evans cemetery. Her body will He in state from 2 to 8 p. m., Friday at Lilly's Funeral Home. Hofferber Funeral at Loveland Thursday Funeral services for John Hofferber will be held from the Congre- Plating Deubach Lot Delayed by Councilmen In Its meeting Tuesday night thi city council referred over until June 27 a petition ty Grace M. Deubach to plat and dedicate Lot 15, Montview Park, to bo known as the Beu- bach's Subdivision. During discussion of the petition, G e n e r a l Superintendent Nyal Adams pointed out the problem of installing a sewer system In the district. He cited the expense of connecting to the present sewer in that area. The proposed subdivision is already in the-clty. The council also approved preliminary plans for a proposed Green addition to the city. Lying between the new Weld County Public hospital and Thirteenth street, the proposed annexed tract covers approximately 12 acres. The petition will come up for final council consideration next week. Juvenile Car Thief Is Given Probation A 15-year-old boy involved in the theft of Alderman Carl Hill's car !rom his home recently and also in gas stealing was given probation Tuesday by County Judge Donald Carpenter, according to Paul Close, police Investigator. At the same time Judge Carpenter also placed on probation a 17- year-old boy whom Close said participated in a burglary at Jim Baggot's refreshment stand In Island 3rove park and gas thefts. Both are Greeley boys. Close said two other Greeley boys, one 19 and the other 16, are held in county jail. These two, he said, are due to face charges In county court for the Hill car theft, the refreshment stand Job, a burglary at Brlghl's Fish market, 1220 Fourth avenue, and gas stealing. One other boy allegedly involved In the Island Grove park affair remains to be picked up. Elks Beal Berlhoud; J Harlem Queens Win Larry Dllka's grand-slam homer in the third inning highlighted the Greeley Elks' 6-4 Softball victory over Bertboud Tuesday night at Forbes Weld. ' The Harlem Queens walloped the Greeley Merchanettes, 10-3, in the opener. The Queens pushed across five runs In the top of the seventh to cinch the win. Line scores: R H E Harlem Queens 010 202 5--10 11 3 Merchanettes 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 -- 3 6 3 Minear and Clark; Schluter and Teller. R H E Berthoud 000 100 1--2 4 Elks 004 110 x--G 5 0 Stark and Easchenbrenner; Ehr- [ch and Gies. The Queens' performance was in ontrast to their inept performance lero last year. This time they ilayed heads-up Softball which ileased the crowd. Don Wilkinson on Jamboree Staff Don Wilkinson, assistant scan- master of troop 10, left Tuesday for Kansas City, Mo., where he wil ioin Sid North, president of Alnhi-- ?hl Omega, scouting fraternity, foi the trip to the aNtional Jamboree" at Valley Forge. North will head a service group at the Jamboree and Wilkinson will be a member North's staff. With North and ITU dnson will be three scouts who at leaded the world jamboree with Wilkinson. \. R. Adamson Gives ixchange Program H. Ross Adamson was in charge if the program for the Exchange Jub luncheon Tuesday. The weekly meeting" was held at the KP hall. Mr. Adamson showed the group :ome very Interesting pictures In conntctlon wllh the work of the J. S. Secret Service dealing with logus hills, counterfeiting and check forgery. The pictures pointed out things to watch for In counter !eit money. A guest of the club was Emll Michaels. gational church In Loveland Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. Hofferber died at his home In Loveland Saturday afternoon at the age of 86 after an illness of two years. He was. a retired farmer, living in Larimer county since 1900. He is survived by his wife and eight children. He was the Btep- father ot the George Achzlger chil dren of this community. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and deep appreciation to our many friends for their kindness during the extended illness of our beloved molher. Also for the beautiful floral offerings and expressions of sympathy at the time of her death. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haysllp and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Saxton and family. FOR SALE Commercial Fertilizer JUST RECEIVED FRESH CARLOAD Ammonium Nitrate . . 33V2% Sulphate of Ammonia . . 20% Super Phosphate . .46% Ammonium Phosphate . . 16-20-0 Capitol . . 6-30-0 Capitol , . 7-21-7 Capitol . . 10-16-8 Capitol . . 4-24-4 Capitol . . 7-16-16 MATHIWS PRODUCI CO. MMM4U OrMtoy,C« An entire mountain range, the Jhlsos, Is enclosed by Big Bend Na lonal Park in Texas. Precision Formed .* Aluminum Awnings F.H.A. Approved FREE Estimates "* S.M.T. Mfg. Co. Box 1641 . . . Greeley Ph. 775-W TRAVEL IN TRAIN COMFORT For holiday travel, the easy, enjoyable way to go is by train--by Union Pacific. Air conditioned Pullmans and Coachet assure cool comfort. 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