Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1951 · Page 5
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Weather Stick Oi Dr. Krick Widely Used Denver, Dec. 2S--LP-Dr. Irving P. Krick Raid today the weather forecasting stick he has invented is designed "for the l a i n a u with no knowledge of meteorology." "No such knowledge is.needed." he said, to make accurate forecasts with the device. Krick said forecasts made with the help of the apparatus "are for the ensuing 21 hours." The stick looks somewhat like a slide rulo except that instead of figures, it has seven different pictures of cloud formations. By checking the current cloud formation and also the wind direction, the amateur forecaster can get a pret- He is tvi'l o! the Water Re-; oil Last Day! Open 1:15! 3 Color Cartoons plus Gung Ho and Hostile Country TOMORROW! $2,000,000 WORTH OF THRILLS YOU'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER! wMcb hiS he'd u'l'tiic's t9 ciease rainfall ever ir.'IUicas acres o! lai-d in the west use of silver iodide generators. Krick said tie weather stick eas i been tested at least 4i',OW times ! and by numerous individuals, "it has been proved accurate to the ! point where it is off about one day ! in 5»." he said. ! His rain increasing company doesn't use the device in its forecasts, since it maintains » meteorology department which obtains weather information from all parts of the country. However, studies made by the Krick weather esperts were found useful in developing the forecasting stick, he said. 2 Killed" 20 Injured In Kansas City Fire Kansas City. Dec. 28--Lfl--Two persons were killed and at least 20 were injured tonight in a fire that swept through a three-story apartment building. Ralph L. Davis, 31, manager of the building, said it houses about 230 persons, including "a lot of kids." Three alarms sent 14 pieces of fire-fighting equipment to the old structure at 616 East Eighth street. Firemen swarmed up ladders to carry screaming occupants to safety. A man Identified as Francisco Morialll, about 55, jumped to his death from a third-floor window. Firemen found the body of woman in a room. Davis said one woman, Mrs. Frances Law-son, holding her two small daughters in her arms leaped from the roof into an alley The Law-sons were among those admitted to a hospital. I Men Frozen When Car Stalls | Senator Accuses Army 'Of fcklica! Blunders Helena. Mont.. Dec. »$--..?,-- ! Montana's Christmas holiday death ! total clit'ibed from t\vo to four ; today with a report from the ] ' Vs sparsely-settled northeast] corner that two men died after \ .heir car stalled in snow. ! Gus Westby. f,2. died in a Ha:;- .·ilie hospital Christina.-; morning after being found about 4 p. m. the day before. Kaymond Linder. 41, was found rozen to death about 11 p. ui. Christmas eve. Here is tln story, as told by Coroner J. Waller: Westby and Linder started to drive from a farm about seven miles south of Flaxville to Linder's farm near Flaxville. Itoads were overed with deep snow and the temperature was well below zero. Their car stalled in the snow and Linder struck out on foot, saying he would bring help. Westby stayed in the car because his feet were crippled from freezing last winter. A f t e r waiting several hours. Westby stalled out tor Linder's place, crawling most of the way. lie played out about half a mile from the house, but was seen by tlin Linder dog. Mrs. Linder went out to see what the dog was barking at and taw Westby. She got help and he was taken to the hospital. Then a possee was formed to look for Linder. His body was found that night about a mile and a half from his farm. He had apparently lost his way. Waller said no Inquest was held. Linder is survived by two children, besides his wife. Westby was a bachelor. ec. JS--'J--Seca- tor (Jillet'.e (D.-Iowa) avcuwd tie army today of medical iocompe- teuce in treating Ms son. P.'e. M a r k GiUeite, tl .for po:s-eii ivy "when at".yal!y he was suffering fioni scarlet fever." The senator said the diagnosis was roade at Camp Picket!. Va., where young Gillette v/as under- Ki'i'is a fix-week course in basic i n f a n t r y training. At Camp Pickett. array authorities said they were unable to find any medical record of Pfc. Gillette. Col. A. H. Robinson, post surgeon and commanding officer of the r. S. army hospital at the post, said young Gillette may have been treated by a medical unit of the 43rd infantry division in which the senator's son served as a member of Company B, 102nd regiment. The 43rd division is now In Europe and its records arc no longer available at Camp Pickett. officials said. Senator Gillette told newsmen his son was Inducted under selective service at Camp Mcade. Md.. last March and sent to Camp Pickett. "He came home on a weekend pass and was so seriously ill that 1 had to carry him into the house." the senator said. "We called a civilian doctor and he said .Mark had an advanced case of scarlet fever." Gillette said medical authorities at the army's Walter Reed hospital in Washington confirmed the scarlet fever diagnosis and kept his son there for seven weeks. "I understand that other trainees at Camp Plcketl who were thought to haye poison ivy were found to be suffering troni more serious diseases," he said. In Pakistan, nine years of cotton cloth must make a year's wardrobe. Grand Junction liked As U.S. Employes Bid For Special Discounts o? '·· Grand Junction Colo. Dec. "S-- '.yi--A group of Ura'id Ju"At:'.". Mvr- chants protested to t'roir c h u v i l n r of commerce the prao'ice of ^'^".t- | ing discounts to federal t:-:i!otrs, Eugene Mast, president of the organization, disclosed today. He described the p r a c t i c e in an | \v interview as 'pan. of tin- iiiink c o a t ' dent tradition of today.'' He said directors of his or";*ni;ri- tiou are d r a f t i n g a letter to clum- bers of commerce in Denver. Colorado Sprinzs and ruoblo a s k i n g them to halt the practice. Mast estimated there arr al«"it - rtveut r^u lieir aviv;'.! .' 3L!'i j f t We U!Ve that t :i w i t h o'jr te ·· · ' - - . . . : - . · · : · t:' ' ' .- ·· t ····.".:.! ' C S E T H E T R I B U N E WANT A 3 5 A .'.'.' · ' ' "·.'· '.i ' - ' . * Would Halt Boeing Strike I'ashit'Sti"). D..V. ;S--.5'~l'r-fi- Truman pnr.id ov«r t" thi- wasc st:ttiiH.'..vi ( ,;i in;nl today a thrfati-nr.il s'jiki' a' the Uoeius K- 17 .in bomber plant at Wichita, Kas. A walkcu: has been called for | Jan. :.' by L'l'lue TO of th° Infrpa- ; linnal Afsoc-ijiion of Machinists in Tonight Is Your Last Chance To Hear ·HhSABU-IOSEril CAUEIAiJOHN QUHLEN-FRANK P U O L I A . R O S E M A R Y OE CAMP.PATRICH O'ROURRE.RALPH BYRD Nick Lucas and screen!11 Tonight A l s o . . . . Nick Lucas famed star of radio, TV, itage Thelma Baird Acrobatic dancing -- a symphony of motion. Pat Monte A delightful entertainer. Dance In The New Vnirl Welcome 1952 to the lilting strains I C d i ; of the Night Owls. Make Your Reservations Now For Your New Year's Eve Party--Ph. 2288 or 567. Rosedale Inn South Eighth Ave. 2.' lf| 0 federal employ* 1 Junction, but emphasized t l m t net all of them arc in the e i n p l o e as- sotiation which lias solicited discounts. These federal agencies include the atomic enerpy commission, reclamation bureau, forest service, interior department, bureau of land management and veterans administration. Mast said discounts ramiing from five to 20 per cent had lH":n askrd from both retailers and wholesalers. He said the letter received hy directors of the chamber of commerce said, in part: "ConsidpriiiK the high taxes imposed on business to support t h e and the fact that federal employes are senerally well paid, we believe Grand | ( A K L I . Mr. T r u m a n s.iid a w o r k stop- MODERN DANCE NEW YEAR'S EVE Mi'iulay. Df NUNN, COLO, M n - i c by "AUB" GLAHN'S ORCHESTRA KYOU LOG--1450 K.C. SATfKDAV FRONTIER Adults 35c BIG NEW YEAR'S MORNING SHOW! At 10:00 A.M. (Doors Open 9:15) " ielirious, A/ewYeo/s Eve Donee Monday afternoon and until 2 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1st JUDY'S SUPPER CLUB in Platteville MUSIC BY MEL PHILLIPS' TRIO of Denver Here's where you will find your friends on New Year's Eve. Enjoy i t . . . along with our excellent food and drinks No Cover Charge PH. PLATTEVILLE 103 FOR RESERVATIONS Delightful REVUE! 2 Solid Hours Of Jam-Packed Fun With Disney's Favorites and BUGS BUNNY -- PLUS! Disney's Two Outstanding Featureltrs Of True-Life Adventures! by TECHHICOLOP COME! . . . Young snd Old . , Shy or Bold! Children Kt. Adults 50c U. ^r. IA/. Hew t/jleat6 (L Come watch the old year out and welcome the new year in, rVSusic by Rachel and her Organizers Fun and noise makers for one and all MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED \^;.r^,^^,V^n/v;'v-7-*-yc'f?A,.'wrJ^W^s7'W ··;· '·'.-£ ··. r-,"··": .'"'i ·-..'·';·.'.··'/ ,-n A.SV .' .''i\V'.;/. ^^-f-i-'Vf lai'RC number of federal employes Virginia Jiakcd Ham - - - - Hakcd Chii-licn and J)t'cs-iinK tahh'?, h o t r o l l s ami bttttrr, d o s s e r t, clinico of milk, coffco or any soft d r i n k . New Year's Eve Dance ENJOY THE PLEASANTNESS OF EATING AT I.O.O.F. Hall, Greeley Ray Steed's Cafe Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and Friends 18th St. at 1st Ave. (R.iy Reed's Corner) · Good Music · Good Floor · Favors NEW YEAR'S EVE SHOW 4 Performances Stnrlinfj at 6:00 P.M. All Seats 7'lc OUT OF THE D S E A . . . CAME THE PASSIONS THAT STORMED THEIR LIVES! A N D FOR FOUR BIG DAYS STARTING NEW YEAR'S Shslley WINTERS Richard C9NTE Stephen UALLY tie met/ eats sme u? w»* / John MclNTIRE «wss3ssaT?M»»w 40c to 5 p.m.! AMAZING DRAMA BEHIND A FAMOUS SONG! · Football · Boxing · Golf · Field and Track · Racing Celebrate the 'New Year with Starts TODAY! Late Show Tonile "HIGHWAYMAN" Only! ROBIN HOOD! an JESSE JAMES! Starts at 6 P. M Gala New Year's Eve Shows at 6 p.m. 8 p,m, 10 p.m. and atfhesirokeof12:OQ PHILIPFRIEND cnARLEsCOBURN Exciting Added HitI! WHAT Wli THEY FIND ON WARS? moil oraazing expsililion into space \ ever tontoived! a I !l:.".0 P.M. ONiA sic an E x t r a ! CASPER T A K E S A BOW WOW Jil Slcyl.irk of the DC lores Bcnzcl 9 R-iy Lr 'Baldwin, Janet V a n d c r h a f f Nancy nnd C^rol Winckcl Open 5:30: All Scats SOc I i.. it - r. . ·- r- Regular Engagement Starts TUESDAY

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