Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on July 16, 1958 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, July 16, 1958
Page 9
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Permits for 10 Homes Granted Here in 2 Weeks Building permits for 10 ne homes costing a total of $127,81 were issued by the city clerk's o fice here during the past two week They were among 76 permits fc construction costing an estimate total of $164,068.93 which were i sued during the two-week period The 10 new home permits wer as follows: C. Howard Murphy, contractoi 18,800 homes at 2816 W. llth St 2817 W. llth St., and 2828 W. 111 St.; Ward Planing Mill, contractor $6,000 house at 124 26th Ave.; Bu Etherton, contractor, $32,000 res dence at 1831 Pinecrest lane; Ra Murphy, contractor, $12,000 dwel ing at 3134 Mountain lane; Hug Phillips, contractor, $10,400 hous at 2636 14th Ave. Ct.; Wolff Con struction Co., contractor, $12,50 home at 1428 23rd Ave. Ct.; Harol King, contractor, $19,000 residenc on 20lh St. SW. on lot 10, block 7 o Heinze Glcnmere Crest addition and Weidcnkiller Bros., contractoi $9,500 home at 1806 20th Ave. John Brass Son, contractor, ob tained a permit for a 36 by 72-foo addition to the warehouse of th Ellis Capp Equipment Co. at 50 8th Ave., to be built at an estimate cost of $10,500. Other permits issued during the two weeks for work costing in ex cess of $100 were as follows: Rudy Ketcham, contractor, ca port and garage 1038 23rd St., $1, 500; Wolff Construction Co., con tractor, one-story addition to bus! ness building 911 16th St., $1,000; A. D. Iverger, remodel back porch 219 16th St., $200; John R. Keyser contractor, remodel office at Coro nado building, $700; Robert J, Saunders, owner, add and alter bedroom and bath at 2138 Glen- Fair Rd.., $300; V. Y. Lindahl, owner, reroof 1920 llth Ave., $250; Ralph Hollister, owner, breezeway 2328 8th St., $200. John R. Keyser, contractor, new rear entrance 1217 4th Ave., $1,500; Pioneer Home Improvement Co., contractor, reroof residence 1537 First Ave., $300; Al Schmidt, owner, greenhouse 2435 8lh St., $1,500; Robert J. Gleason, owner, garage 1013 Slh St., $600; Rohrig Bros., contractor, one-story addition 2414 9th St., $2,500, and back porch 1913 15th Ave., $700; Cowan Construction Co., contractor, remodel rear entry to store 811 8th St., $2,272; J. R. Redman, contractor, new ceiling city water department office at city hall, $130. John Read, owner, stone steps and platform 1858 17th Ave.,. $300; Greeley Propane Co., contractor, two bedrooms and bath addition 332 E. 18th St., $1,000, remodel office 332 E. 18th St., $1,000, and erect service station office 332 E. 18th St., $1,000; Earl Nunn, owner, one-story addition 315 5th Ave., $500; Floyd Bacher, owner, residence addition 819 16th St., $1,500; Superior Roofing Co.. contractor, reroof 515 9th Ave., $375, and re- roof 811 8th St., $216. Greeley Tent Awning Co., patio and window awnings 2500 14th Ave. Ct., $400, patio cover 1703 14th St., $460; window awnings 1802 Montview Rd., $300, six awnings 1715 19th Ave., $356; patio cover 2426 13th Ave. Ct., $158; awning cover 804 8th Ave., $175, patio cover and window awning 1117 23rd Ave., $450, patio cover 1411 23rd Ave., $250, patio cover 1920 15th Ave., $468, patio cover 1811 19th Ave., $360, patio cover 2501 9th Ave. Ct., $435, patio cover 2221 9th Ave., $294, porch cover 1810 14th Ave., $282, and patio cover 2510 15th Ave., $307. N u n n . . . (MurreU Hansen, of the Stitch and Chatter club at the home of Mrs. 0. A. Barnes 'Friday afternoon. The club will not meet until Sept. 12 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Ayers. This will be the Anniversary meeting. N U N N -- N u n n Presbyterian church was well represented at the Synod, Synodical and Youth of Synod at Fort Collins on the CSU campus Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Sidney Skirvin attended all meetings of Synod. Mmes Robert Barnes, Wesley Barnaby, Sidney Skirvin, Melvin Komma, Wayne Foster and J. A. Turner were present,for Synodical meetings on Wednesday. Westminster Fellowship delegates were Carol Turner, Mona Kovach and Mrs. Eldon Foster, di-' rector. Hostesses, Mmes. G L. Lemonds, 3ra Christ, Cleve Duff and Russell Peterson will entertain at a morn- ng coffee at the Lernonds home Thursday at 9:30 a.m., and invite the women of the community to come for a social hour of fellowship. Mrs. J. A. Turner was a guest n the home of her cousin, Mrs. D. E. Seamens and Mr. Seamens at their .home in Fort Collins from Sunday until Wednesday evening and attended Synodical meeting. Mrs. Nell Green returned home Saturday from Cheyenne. Her iranddaughter, Mrs. Stanly Bros- ous, is slowly recovering from recent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Mumpe and son of Banning, Calif., visile in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. C. t, Anderson and the Wesley Barnabj he past week. Mrs. Mumper and Mrs. Ander on are sisters. The Mumpers an .ndersons spent Wednesday an Thursday as guests of the Ander ons' son, Roy Anderson, and fam ly at their home in Evergreen. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilsoi nd daughters, Veleri and Tammi ave taken the apartment at thi ome of Mrs. Frank Wilson for tin ummer. Wilson is helping Delber mith with the wheat harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jenson at- ended a reunion picnic of the Jen on family at Denver Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Sidwell am aughter, Kim, of Kansas City Io., are enjoying a couple o eeks' vacation visiting their par nts, the W. E. Sidwells, at Glen aven and the Loren Balmers an ther relatives and friends. Juniors of the Presbyterian Sun ay school going to the Highland hurch camp in Allenspark on Mon ay for a week's stay were Jay urner, Billy Joe Harolld, R. D :cWilliams, Billy Barnes, Gregory oster, Tom Perry, Mary Spath nd Patricia Haines. Those taking e group to camp were Mr. am Irs. Sidney Skirvin and his par nts, the A. S. Skirvins of Ala osa, Mrs. Eldon Foster and Mrs ussell Turner. Mrs. F. S. Wilson and daughter., elia May, returned Saturday from veral weeks vacation trip with e Dr. Verner Wilson family at ulver City, Calif., and Eugene, re. Miss Wilson is bookkeeper at art's Grain company. Mrs. Lafe Boatman of Denver ent the weekend as a guest of rs. J. A. Turner. Mrs. Edna Wilson was hostess to e members and a guest, Mrs. Diligenti Quints Get Rare Reunion on 15th Birthday State Jobs Open Ex-convicts may be appointed to government service in Kerala, India, according to "principles" laid down by the new State, in Triva.n- drum. Ex-prisoners convicted of offenses not involving moral turpitude will be deemed completely reformed on production of such a report from the State Aftercare Association. For others, an additional endorsement by the Inspector- General of Prisons will be necessary. Prisoners would not be named to posts where they might be unduly tempted again. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS BUENOS AIRES (AP) - The j world's only surviving quintuplets ! turned 15 Tuesday and Papa Franco Diligent! is letting them have one.of their fare reunions in honor of the occasion. The three Diligemi girls and two boy; were due home Tuesday from their separate English boarding schools. Their birthday party will be a huge fiesta Saturday at the family's suburban eslale. with relatives flocking to Buenos Aires from as far away as Italy and Canada. The wealthy, strong-willed father has firm ideas about rearing the quints. Six veers ago he sent them off to five different schools. Since then they have seen each other only during holidays. "They ganged up on us," he ex- plained. "Their squad behavior meant they defied discipline and any corrective influence from outside." Now each of the youngsters has a separate circle of friends. They seem to be typical bright, unspoiled teen-agers. By name they are Franco, Carlos Alberto, Maria Esther, Maria Cristina and Maria Fernanda. Diligent! came to Argentina from Italy as a penniless 27-year- old immigrant. Now a wealthy, retired industrialist, he has been able to ignore the hundreds of commercial offers which brought the Dionne quintuplets fortune and life in a goldfish bowl. Mrs. Diligenti, then 41, went to the home of midwife Angelita Delfino for the birth, a common practice in Argentina. She had had three previous children, including one surviving member of triplets, and multiple births were frequent in her Roman family. But she and Diligenti, then 44, were not expecting anything unusual. Mrs. Delfino delivered the first four babies within 20 minutes of etch other but Maria Esther appeared an hour after the others Two of the children almost died at birth; The midwife improvised an incubator with hot water bottles, blankets and two kerosene stoves to save them. The Argen- .ine Medical Review later praised the midwife's work. Diligenti kept the muJtipIe birth a secret for eight months. On the shores of Lake Victoria, n Bvitish East Africa, there are iwanky golf courses. A player may ift a ball from a hippopotamus ootprint without taking penalty. Wednesday, July 16, 1958 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 11 Young Announcer Dies of Ordeal a dry irrigation ditch early Satur- The Johnsons had stopped near the bridge to change a flat tire. This was on U. S. Highway 2 about BILLINGS (AP) - A 19-year-o.d Ve^n'M and"t/, A. P radJO announcer, who spent 301 Biedrzycki, Miles City, suffered helpless hours in his wrecked car [ punctured lungs, a dislocated hip I below a bridge on a busy eastern an( i "irec broken ribs. He was Montana highway, died Monday. '"'"' "' '" "'"""" """ Robert Biedrzycki, announcer at KXGN in Glendive since his graduation from a Minneapolis radio rushed to Billings after pneumonia set in. His death brought .Montana's 1958 highway toll to 86, compared with 96 a year a school less (ban a month ago, had been flown to Billings for emer-1 ~ gency surgery. Hoover Comments A touring Seattle, Wash., couple, identified only as a Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, spotted the youth Sunday morning. He attracted attention by waving from the seat of his convertible. It had missed a bridge and . plunged 20 feet to the bottom of NEW YORK (AP) _ Former President Herbert Hoover says President Eisenhower's dispatch of troops to Lebanon was "tbe only course possible if the freedom of nations is to be protected from militarist conspiracies." WANTED io buy Wheat. 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