Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 31, 1951 · Page 4
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Monday, December 31, 1951
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Fit* 4 GREELEY DAILY TBIBUXE MowUj, D«r. 31 The Creeley Daily Tribune tod Ttic Gretley Republican EXKUTIVI STAFF - ·· C K d t M G - · i.E ISTB'-OL. JK- . I FJjOVD JE. MKP.R1U, . EwluM Mrt. A. U fETERStS - . . . - Cut. Hit. I CLAM FACE Ad.. Mrr. - · CelwaAo, _ C». 1 «»r fS.OC. ttpatiu K^£$, CM tcostb 'It Ei*tth St.. Grt«y, Colo. We. By mill ouuidv Cokwio, 1 yew ,, .. .-...I ,',.j ,r.f,» ,. tt, p,»-, Itf-W. on* oionti SOe. 8y City uxrirr cut, Springs, Cc-'o-, * Jb CUMB PlKSS PSMC bj Mirth f. '-f'9. »»««. . ~ i « H IVm OVidc Trin Fl'BLlC FORUM--PoHic Forum Ictwn ,i.i d Paiij W«» AMori*- aouft ** no loA£«r than MO wo/ii. Corr«t - Circwlttionl- »i»B*tm« tttut bt printed with tbrm. lMj«4 to Tfe* Tribuu R e p u b l i c a n Publut _ Co. by Or«*l*y Typo- crtrbieal Unioa No. (co. Pause and Ponder: "OCome, Let U» Adore Him" · 0 rn w . let us wort-hip, »nd bow down: let us kneel before t'"p l/'rd our maker.--Psa. 95:6 Threat To Research V a r ' u e v a r Bush in one rf this rountry'i wisest and most useful - : ' p : t s . One time iwfe^or »t Massachusetls I n s t i t u t e of Tcrh- r."'f-;v. during the war Director of the Office of Scientific Research r r d Development, he is now president of tb« Carnegie Institute of \Vai-!'!!'(;ion. ''i his nnnual report the other day Bush warned against an obscure !"ii i K i a l trend: bureaucratic control of scientific research. The Jed i - t r f l p n v e r n m e n t , hs reports. Is spending seven times as much mono c i ' n u a H y on research and development as before the war. "Many uni- v r f i i i i - f . " Bush says, "are carrying the bulk of their research and the M l a r i r s o[ t h p i r graduate faculties on government funds." This means an inevitable trend toward Eliding, centrallted control of research. Sdi'ntist Rush's warning should be heeded by one group in this coun- t'y rapnhlc of doinft something about It: businessmen. Expanded sup- pnrt of research in onr colleges and universitiei by business is one way nf ii»n!!n? with this threat to America's leadership in production. It's a Kiitser t h a t company officers and directors should think about at the turning of the year. f+J The Dammed Missouri Valley Tba Dammed Missouri Valley, a new book by Richard G. Baum- hnff. Rives accurate and fair treatment to the Colorado-Big Thompson project. ' The book's coverage of this project is herewith summarized: It notes that the project la rearing completion and that it is now producing hydroelectric power. It quotes in part the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as follows: "The rocky face of Colorado Is being made over by the Bureau ot Reclamation in the Colorado-Big Thompson diversion. Here are man-made lakes big enough to excite awe in a region o! shining 'ponds and tumbling streams; here are dams large enough to be noticed among peaks and ranges more than two miles high. Here alBn are tunnels, concrete conduits, fat metal penstocks, canals, Biphens, and miscellaneous ndrt structures dotting the incomparable landscape. This work nf man does not seem to clash with the age old scenery ... Work on the project can be seen scattered over a. Rtratch of more than JOO miles, from the western slope of the Continental division to the plains of northeastern Colorado, which bloom f r u i t f u l l y wherever water can be turned on them. It Is In the ·a lt« U-si^a Sur M» »i»j«T. j Mr. tjr.4 Mi*, fntiiia EoWr.wa i w/o, 11!., »iere ttey »i ,o! c-cvsl c tr«« t jff*.nds W aa-'rr olii- ' To States. jaotees 4!; riv per «nt o! the world s *:ectncity.: tu'j f _ . . j ... .... . · v--i»t/ and £wui«r chairman of the lu^vu *-^--. --« ..wai ico-a. i^e opium w ' is . federal reserve board. i-Siained a l u e s . Ktvles it SI. I buntd under nearly five te«t aui:vuuv«d. It "ill I* l - ^ai-!ii»f v£ tail!. Mrs. Ulassie. 13, iwi;c ^^ L 1 **'^ pjx'iiiit-ect in Wash- u sotial and ciiariuble aviivi- SLICE OF HAM Many Aliens To Register in January "Psst! Wanna buy a couple of medium-rare filet steaks ! --cheap?" high mountains that the most spectacular jobs have been done." . The book describes accurately the. engineering features of the project. It notes the increased cost trom the $44,000,000 estimate, but It bjames this increase upon two factors: (1) Inflation, and (2) added fove'r features. The book says: ·j'Unlike the swollen costs of som« irrigation projects, these c not'he charged against the Irrigated land, for the conservancy district bus an ironclad contract with the bureau, dating from 1938. In this contract the district agreed to pay up to one half of the investment cost in Big T--but not more than 525,000,000, The bureau In 1346 went around to the district's hoard, which Is headed by Charles Hansen, publisher of the Ortfeley Tribune, sr.d soUn«t to talk the district into shouldering some of the increase. The answer was polite but firm no. The, district already had most of the annual water supply allocated All aliens residing in the United States on Jan. 1, 1952, with two exceptions, must report their current addresses. The required atlflresH report card Is available at the Gree ley post office. Aliens excepted from filing the address report card are: 1. Aliens temporarily admitted to the United States who have no overstayed their authorized perloc of admission. . 2. Students whose period of ad mission has not yet expired and who have not violated nny of th conditions of their admission. Those whose naturalization proceedings have not been completed and do not hold a certificate of naturalization are required to report. Any alien in douht ibout his or her status as an alien should submit a report. The address reports must be filed from Jan. 1 to Jan. 11, inclusive, and during the same period each year thereafter. Failure to comply with the requirements of the Internal Security act relating to address notification "will, upon conviction, result In a fine or imprisonment or both, the United States department of justice 19 Years Ago M o n d a y , Dec. 31, 1932 Protests and even moral sabo- age against maintaincnce of re* serve officers training camps in colleges were voiced today in Chicago at the first student congress against wars, glx hundred students attending the congress were urged to guide their faculties into developing anti-war sentiment. Instructors have not taken firm stands against war, several speakers said, because of fear for their salaries. PiBKly Wiggly weekend prices: ground beef, three pounds for 2uc; Armour's Melrose bacon, 20c per pound; seven 2-pound packages lard, f l ; pork steak, T/fcc per pound; pork shoulders, c per pound. Dill Schrleber left today for Lincoln, Nebr., where he plans to visit his brother, John, for some MODEST M A I D E N S Trifomirk R*(ljt*M U. S. Pttrnt Otfiu among farmers at a fixed cost of $1.60 per sere-foot and the directors could not imagine the farmers agreeing to pay any more. Besides the charge to the farmers, the district has a unique arrangement to meet a large fraction ot the water cost by an ad valorem tax on all property in the district, including the real estate of the cities and towns, on thertheory that everybody benefits." Greoley, Colo., Dec. 12, 1951 NDT1CK OF A N M i A I . MI5ETI.\r, The a n n u a l meeting of t h e stockholders of the Cireeley and I.ovelnnd Irrigation Co. will he held in the council room in the City Hall, Greeley, Colo., on Monday, J a n . 14, 1952, at the hour of 10 n. m. for Hie purpose of electing seven dirpclors for the pTisiiinfi; year, levylns un HG-'.'iit, and fnr the transiictlon of such other business as niny property come before said meeting. C. H, RANDALL, Secretary. Literary Guidepost By W. G. ROGERS The Rough and the Smooth, by Robin M a u g h a m ( H a r e o u r t , Brace; $3), Mike Thompson, late for dinner, tries in vain to pick up a tail, decides to phone from a nearby pub. The phone is out of order, but the pub is flourishing to t h e extent of one pretty gir!, unescorted, -who offers him a ride in her cab while she accepts his pink gin. Pat nnyne a, parttime typist, she lives with a girl friend, and promises to call him at pome 11 a.m. sharp. U is not the next morning, and delay whets his appetite: when ths hell does ring, he signs her fov dinner, and hears her story: a no- good newsman father, a worse chorus-girl mother, a brother who has arlrd abominably. She finally adhiits that her roommalo, Barker is .a man. not a woman, hut insists the' relationship is honorable be cause she, poor girl, has had liei bitter lesson and can't stand even the touch of a man's hand . . . tho she. soon learns to endure Mike's. On t h e other side of the t r a c k s on Mike's elegant home grounds he has trouble witli his ambition mother. She introduces him to am basFadors. cabinet members, hope; he'll marry well, and so into poli tics and witli a dazzling caree compensate fnr her vulgar stock broker husband. But. Mike g r t s more and morn in volved with Pat. R h r borrows pounds, tells a story that rioesn' jibe w i t h an earlier one. shows fo Barker t h e a f f e c t i o n she iiad de nied fft'iin^. makes a d a t e wir Mike and s t a n d s him up. lie love lipr. d n n p she Inve h i m ? As he d i d n hfivr t h e rourage to marry her. h doesn't Inve the courage at the enc fo m u f r ^ s ii^r. It's a viell fi"vo|npcd slnry. mile V . - t f p r t l i ^ n M a i m l i a m ' s "The He van). 1 ' t i i n no m a t c h fnr "Nort A f r i c a n Xotrhnnk." thf 1 nnly bnok o his 1 li.Tt] rprid w h i c h i u ^ l i f i r p tl; vr.uVs tiPupod nu t h i s nppliew ( \V. p n t n c i f p t M a i i r h i i ' n . Hut t h e cu l"-is P ' i n ^ r.hoii' t ' n i s nnv] ajmi a l y i r ^ i i l t l r m i ' i x is t h a t i t ames Match in 70 Jffices of Members f the Lower House Washington, Doc. 29.--un--In 70 OUSB members' offices, a study of ayroll records showed today, there at least one employe bavlng the ame last name as the congressman. House records do not identify the elationship of employes to the con- ressman in whose office they work. In the case of any alien under 14, whose registration under the alien registration act of congress was appjied for by a parent or legal .guardian, It will be the responsibility of the'parent or legal guardian to submit the address report. An address report card may be obtained at any U.S. pout office. Aliens filing reports should follow the instructions nt the top of the card carefully and make certain to insert their registration numbers. The completed card may be handed in to any U.S. post office. The alien should not mail the address report card. The Internal Security act of I960 provides that every alien who is required to register under the alien registration act of 1910 and who is residing in the United States on Jan. 1, 1951, and on January 1 of ut In most of these cases, the em- loyes are known to he relatives f the employing congressman. Whether nepotism, or the prac- ice of favoring one's relatives in ispenaing jobs, is as widespread a the senate is almost impossible o determine. Senate payroll records are In- jeled confidential. If any senators iave t h e i r "wives, brothers, sisters, daughters, in-laws or other relatives m their office payrolls, it's not a matter of public record. But payroll records of each ot the ; 35 house members are available or perusal by newsmen. They list employes by name. Thero is nn way of determining from the records how many congressmen have on their payrolls relatives with names different from their own. any succeeding yoar. shall report his current address on the address report card within 10 days of Jan. 1. NOT1CB La Salle. Colo., Dec. 26, 1951 The a n n u a l m e e t i n g of the stockholders of Tlie U n i o n Reservoir Company will be held in the Town Hall, Kvans, Colo., at 1 o'clock P. M., S a t u r d a y the 26th day of J a n u - ary, ]ii2, for the purpose of electing f i v e directors to serve the Company d u r i n g t h e ensuing year, and for Mich other business as may properly come before said m c c t i i i K . CHAS. O. BEHKENS, Secretary. Dee. 24, 31, 1951, ,Inn. 7, 14. 19S2. NOTICE OK IJETEHSIINATIOK OK I1KIRSH1P In Tile County Court In Probate No. 68-13 STATE OK COLORADO, ) )ss. County of "\Veld In tho M a t t e r of the Estate, of J O H N n. LAND, Deceased. NOTICE IS UHRF.nY 01VHN. Tbat on Mondiiy, the l l t h day of February A. P. 1952, at the h o u r of 10 o'clock A. SI., of mild day, paid Court will receive nnd hear nroofs coucernln_ the heirs of said .lobn R. Land, deceased, iiur.suiinl to the verified p tition of Paul O. Land, claimant as heir at law of said deceased, heretofore filed herein, asking for a judicial ascertainment nnd determination of the heirsbip of said Kstale, and from which U appears that Elmer R. Land, Rt. 1, Kennewlck, Wash., Son, Adult Georse H. Land, Ht. 2, Ilox 66A, Cheyenne, AVyoming, Son, Adnlt Waller H. Land, S21 East Third Ave., Cheyenne, AVyominff, Son, Adnlt Harold C. Land. Rt. 1, Kennewlck, Wash., Kon, A d n l t Paul G. Land. 2211 East Eighteenth, Cheyenne, "Wyoming, Son, Adnlt A l i r e T. Adams, 47f.n AHainont Dr., K l a m a t h Falls, Ore., D a u g h t e r , A d n l t Elma V. Heisterman, "\Valla Walla, Wash., are heirs of said John R, Land, deceased. NOW, T H E U K K O R B , Any antl . persons who are or -who claim to be heirs at law of said Jnhn R. Land, deceased, are hereby required to be and appear thereat, or abide tile rie t e r m i n a t i o n of the Court thereon. IN WITNESS W H E R E O F I h a v e h e r e u n t o set my bund and tiie seal of .said Court, dated at Oreeley, Colorado, this Sth day of December, A. O. 1951. (SEAL) H. .T. SHAKLEK, Clerk of t h e C o u n t y Court. APPLK and WEST Attorneys. Dec. 10, 17, 21, 31, 1951. ·/^ NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark RutitfrW U. 8. Pitfint Otflcl / 2 - S I 'THEVk URE LITT1W6 IllElU HMB POWW tONISKT, THE THIRO TOUPEE WE'VE 6OTTEN I ^ ji/flW^ «-j/ ANP HE WASN'-TTOOUNG. ff? THE LATE-5T HE'? 5TAVEU UP5INCE LA«=,T NEW VEAR'5 EVE/ HE H/VjM'T BEErl THE LIFE OF THE PARTY 5INCE NEW YEARS 1924, JOE PALOOKA HE WILL BE KILLED BY HAM FISHER Labor Temple P l a n n e d Denver, Dec. 2!)-- l/p)-- Plans are being made for a labor temple to house officers of mnre t h a n 100 American Federation of Labor unions in Denver. The Rocky M o u n t a i n News said that n meeting soon would settle t h e matter. Discussions have men- inned a sr.nn.ocm to One million dollar b n i l d i n p . ( Cave.nder. President of tlie state fnde.ralinn of. labor, said n l n n s were M i l l i n t h e t e n t a t i v e st,i£p w i t h r n n s t r n c t i n n or purchase nnt d e F i n i t P . l y decided. c'Uf." a U n f i - n n i K n c l a r d . f r n i n t h e UITI^- i i t l l n n i i r i v . tl ir.. nf cnur?\ ?';ic.ii- i c j i M - i f i c :-.,·". l n j i Sr*nsnni's !!--:rT-T i= M:,!i!h;,in'r. M-l-". H a r r y ' s f--:c-r:U Hi« R i - i f ' - r i', M i k = f r i r ' n d ' h p . r r p m l o r . i i a n y ' h iv.p i; Mike's Tat. a n d !·:»·« n:id i';it a l i k o srr. ri"OIV'i?lnt ^ i l u f l ' K j l i . !.- pr.J. or Kvr-. MK; o n i y £irl i^jKJon wrii£-r are ?-''Iu3'nt': r J- ~ itii? I n d i a n ( n v r r r r i j rf pnii-s a n c l i n e in from t h p -lr- r'imf»rM!i-« .ind tied to;ether near the (op to form i cone. FORE LONG WE HAVE DOCUMENTS..WE WEEL 0EE- STROV1HEM AND OKMOCRCY E6S DEAD IN OUR COUNTRY/ SOABPUL...EETEESEW OF I9N BEN ABOU...VOU ANP VOU WNO.' SHHH..TWO OF THEM LEFT. THERE MUST BE A MICROPHONE IM THE WOOD PILE...SPEAK IN A WHISPER WE WILL \ WE SHOULD ENJOY HELPINS) BE BACK LIQUIDATE /BY TOMORROW THEM. $w NIGHT. AS SOOM AS VOU GET THE R|OOCUMEN1S...HURRV BACK A HERB. THEM I WILL KNOW N THESE TWO , 51 ARE NO -J LONGER ) NECBS-' SARV.'l SCORCHY SMITH Tradetntrk Rcgiatered U. S. Patent Office No "Quarters" WMEEE^.WHAT /S THIS.'?.' THE45TEKOIPS 0V OVH, MALICIOUS S/SHO SHOWS SCCKCHVrDHIS "QUAZTEf!S"J BUT THE SIGH W THE DOCK M THE WAR ALPHABETKEEPS'. Inquire about The Hamilton Plan For Infca-mation or Appointment Contact DICKIE DARE Trademark KcRlRtrred U. S. Talent Office Davy Jones Cooker? BEN BIRRELL Ut National Bank Bldg., Greeley Phone 776W jfeARBV, TWO DIVERS ARE DICKIE AhlD DOWH INTO A(J UrJDERWATEl? COrtTWPTlOrJ THE COOK SMUTS WITH A CLICK- THAT SEEMS TD BE 7HAT WHY, ITS SOmETHlrJe SMOOTH, ROUMDED..: Rainsford ,T. Winslow, Dlst. Mgr. Ft Morgan, Colo. -TVVIM THRILL5 CADETS, WE'VE Due IKlTD A MYSTERY Hhw/mpmwt TKEASURE- DI66INI6 DETAIL HIT METAL, ear... LI'L ABNER Washington Mcrry-Go-Rouiul Economy box 1.4 a n 48 napkins I .TV) -AN'ALLWASHINTON P.C.-WILU BECOME A HOLE IN TH'GROUND.r- BUT THET WON'T FA2E FOSOlCK/r-AW COT FAITH IM HIM. HE WOM'T DO l~ ' AM D-DPNf r KMOV '.-.uKruER T'LAL-FCX? M'ATOM BUM WANTS f'OSDICK T'HELD «:M BECOME PRESIDENT. 1 '.'' MF. SAYS. KP FOSDICK REPOOZES, HE'Ll. BANG AC-.,'M TH' UFE v.'ASE.A f!' I"'. .'-' MciRBt: ALL. ','.-. PrTTt'n r'-,- 1 C- B-DAIP.7 DTim OF n.NAI, SKTTliR^IKN'T In the CoinHy Cinirt, In Prubiite No. f'7?3 STATE OF COLORADO, ) Couiily of \Vcld ) I n Ihr. E s l a l c of PAUL E. W1EDE MAN T . Dorc;i Notice is licrohy given t h a t on tin- 21."t riny of . l i i n u a r y . I!'n2, I w i l l p r i ' s r n l In (lip I ' n u i i t y Court of AVcW i'oiinty. Colovado, my a c c o u n t s fnr f i l i a l s e t t l e m e n t of l!ir a d m i n l F t r a - tion of pHlfi o s l i i t f , wiicn and wlicrr a l l prrpon^ i n i n l c r c ^ t m a y a p p e a r and oM^ct t n tlu-ni, if t l i p y j;o desire E U Z A K K T H \viI-;D'I-.MAX. A ' l i n i i i i s l r n t r i x of sairl rotate. Hnhen D. \V;;ldo. Jr., A t t o r n e y . Dec. :i. SI. i n s i , .Ian. 7. 14, 1!'S2. N O T I C K l . n i:;ilie. r.-l,,.. 1\ Tlie a n n u a l :nr"'!inj; nf lv..'n«r!: of 111. C n i o n r i l f h T n n u - i l l he h'M In t h e Telvn K v . i n s . "o'o.. at 2 o V i i v - k P. ,\I. 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