Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 20, 1961 · Page 2
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Pngc 2 UHIiELEY T K I B U N K Friday, Oct. 20, 1961 Wenke Hintsf' He May Run For Governor DENVER 'API - Sen. P a u l J u i H c e \Yc-nke, H-Fort Collins, tossed out Irial hallMn Thurtday I lins not announced whether ht ·ill seek re-election. Wcnkc, 44, lias bi-cn a Fort Co) jlins Inwycr since IMS. A formtr IKBI D£cnt, he served as Larlmc. .County judge ly appolnlmen Hermansen, Sutherland, White Ward 3 Councilman Candidates BENARD A. riERMANSEN ol 2042 6lll Ave. Is a social studies at Healli Junior Iligli With the proper support, Wcnkc said he would run for the Republican nomEnalinn for governor Blind cacher Scliool. IJiE, Moss. ( A P ) - James E llaimon, hllnd special Justice o the Lcc District Court, say bliixlnets is no handicap on th bench, and sometimes it is ar in 1962. To frfcmls, lie hinted lie also is interested in Congress-. TM ma S c ' pmvlded RcpiiMlrnn Rep. Peter. "TMTM says a Wind J u d g H. Domlnlck Icci.les to r.m [or!1 """' 1 form the habit of scnb nnothcr office. hll "K lwl ": llc concentrates o. mX ITS siSi^t 8 ,^"::^^'": for RO/crnorindu^ Donald liroli^i'ive to the difference bclwec man Boulder attorney and a livo-le"'"? nervousness in a voice an lime candidate. |»w simple nervousness of a first Cov. McNIclwls, a Democrat,'lime witness in court. F. W. WOOLWORTH CO, NOW - FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLYI Special Demonstration of Sewing Machine Attachments · PUTS IN HEMS · SEWS ON ZIPPERS · BRAIDING · BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERY · APPLIQUE * MAKES BUTTONHOLES · DARNING . · ZIG-ZAG Treadle or Elsctrlc, Oldeit or Newell. 4 CQ Plui Seeing Is Believing Complete liOl T«x FITS ALL MAKE MACHINES -- SAVES TIME lie was born al Grand Island, and wa« graduotcd fromj STANLEY R. SUTHERLAND ol 2413 icth Avc., lios been a mem- bci ol City Council since October, 1'JCO. when he was appointed to [ill Hie vacancy created by the resignation of Krank E. Moore as pi«D., ana wua trauuiii^u i*un - - - . · high school in Potter, Neb. Dur ouncilman for Ward I I . 111511 " l _ v _ _ _ . ' ., C i i l h n r l r m f l mvnrr of 1 UP TO ng World War II, he was in ttic \rrny for four years with an ord nance unit, serving three years in hu South Pacific. Hcrmanscn obtained his A.B. degree from CSC here, then taught 'or nine monlhs In (he Air Korcc contract school ni the college while working on his master's degree, which he received In polll- cal science from CSC in 1951. A resident of Gr«cley for i5 years, he is now in his 10th year 35 a teacher in the Greeley public schools. Hermansen Is a past scout leader of Boy Scout Troop 13 and presently is the Boy Scout institutional representative of Our Savior's Lutheran Church Brotherhood. He Is a former councilman of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Hermansen has served as president of the Greeley Classroom Teachers Association, as a member and officer of the Greeley Public Schools Credit Union, and Is a member of Colorado Education Association and the Colorado Council of Social St«dies v He and his wife, Roberta, have two children, Laurie, 3, and Mark, Sutherland, owner of the Sani- ory Laundry and Cleaners, was aiscd In southern Colorado and graduated from high school al fiinidad. He attended Colorado Jnivcrsity for one year, then was a bank examiner for the Denver Scaring House Association before entering military service during World War II. K E N N E T H E. WHITE of 2538 I51h Ave., wire has been a resident of Grceley nine years, is nanager of the Crocker Claims Service. He was raised in Fort Collins, *nere he attended elementary iimlor high and senior high scliool Afterwards he attended th« University of Colorado for two years prior to entering military serv ice. While in service, he altendci Colorado College one year under ihe Navy's V-12 program and the midshipmen's school at Colum bia University. He received a 'entagon Denies Bomber Veto 3y McNamara WASHINGTON (AP)-Tlx: Pen agon denied Thu. that Secretary ( Defense Robert S. McNamara ( Defense Robert s. Mcrcamara n io enver po , , already has recommended to pleaded guilty to a burglar chargelthc private fallout^ shdlcrs 'resident Kennedy against using today. Sutherland was In the infantry I tachelor of laws degree from he extra money voted by Con- ,, hearing will be held Nov. 20 on McGec's probation petlllo*. 90% Shelters Are Failing Inspection NASHVILLE, Tenn. AP)-Thc 38th Denver Cop Pleads Guilty DENVEK 'API -- Suspended Palrolmnn Raymond G. McGcs?. tht 3$th policeman arrested in the ... ---------- . -Investigation of criminal aciivltles^ennessec Civil Defense Agent) in tlio Denver police dcp3rtmenl,jr,as warned that 90 per cent ol McGcc and two olhcr ^inspected are faulty--"as bad suspcmt-'no shelter at all." nc extra money vuicu uy ^vu- MCUCC ana iwo ouicr auburn- grcss for more strategic bombers.w officers. James Thomas and "A final derision has not bWccrald Sanford, arc charged with UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) made and no formal rccommcn-' a $1000 robbery at a downtown --Nigeria proposed Wednesday · datlon hds been made by the Eec-j s ( oro i n July, I960. Lcc Car -' · "· ' "~ ' """ '" rclary to the White House," said 'former policcmaii, also is a a Defense Department spokesman'f crK j an t in Hie case. ,. who would not permit use of hisj Dis | j^g,, Joseph E. Cook said in Africa. a|deadline of Dec. 1, 1970, for all colonial powers to grant indt- .pendenco to all their territories 'or three years and was over seas in Europe for one year. After lis discharge in 1946, he. came to Grceley and purchased an interest in the Sanitary Laundry. !Ie has owned the business since 1952. He Is a member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Kiwanis Club and Chamber of Commerce. Sutherland and his wife, Verna lave two children. John, 10, and lean. 7. Vestminsler Law SchooV which s now a part of Denver University, in 1949. While is a past president ol the eeley Lions Club, a member Li rCV I C Y L l l U l i a V ^ l U U , « M t t , l l l / V * IJI Lilt* U U I I L U ^ i : * U I J U f » V « i«ji-i* «-·· of the Weld County Safety Coun- $180 million tor stepping up de_,. . --i _u_i ,, -.,j ,,,»( fi. 1000 FREE TV'S Be sure to bring in your numbered certificate from your subscription copy of October Renders Digest, TV-PHONO/STEREO-RADIO ALL-IN-ONE Home Entertainment Center Master-crafted cabinetry in genuine wood veneers and matching hardwood solids name. , The New York Times said today McNamara had sent his decision lo Kennedy and the President was expected to approve the defense chief's recommendation "it he has not already done so." Congress, over the objections of the administration, voted $514 million'for building an extra wing of B52 bombers and provided an (···I Service ANNOUNCE EXAMS FOR SEVERAL POSITIONS Examinations have been announced by the U.S. Civil Service Commission far filling the following positions: Airplane Pilot ^Ktxctl Wing), $7,5M a year, with'the U.S. Army Aviation Cenlcr, Fort Kucker Ala. Full information concerning REA Man Wants Clamps Put on °ower Companies CHEYENN'E. Wyo. 'AP) - An Investigation of fast tax write-off benefits for commercial power v companies was urficd Thurs. by, r j cu ii urc throughout Clyde T. Ellis, general managcrts,.,;,,^ Jobs o r o 0|K .,, lo 5 t u . requirements lo be mel !s given in Annoimcerr.enl No. 5-106-2(611 Student Trainee - Veterinarian f5.355 a year, for on-lhc-job train ing during summer vacations wllh the U.S. Department of Ag Hie United , a past chairman and past finance chairman of the Weld District Boy Scouts ol America, and presently is a member of the executive board of area, council of the Boy Scouts. He and his wife, Maurine, have Ihrec daughters, Ann, 19, Janet. 16, and Cathl, 9. ====s Weld County Real Estate Transfers R e v e n u e itampi on real estate uaniten ire it the rite o) $1.10 per thouiand ====== . October II Arthur C. BaircT and Rachel Baird to Mae S. Miller, Lot Block 10, Second Addition t Cranford, Grceley, Rev. $15.95 Harry J. Schluter and Helen Schlulcr to LoRoy A. Lonhar Lol I and 2, Block 2, Meado Acres, Rev. $10.45. Hillside Addition Inc. to Kenne Willard Sass and Eleanor Job .,.. r of the B70 supersonic bomber program. McNamara also had opposed this. The opposition of the administration to procuring about 45--one wing--more B52s nnd to putting the B7D project back into high gear is based on the contention that missiles are coming into the nation's arsenal al a rate which does not warrant building more manned bombers. of tho National Huml Electric Co-, operative Association. Ellis said power companies had, ir. effect, rereivcd interest-free amount to moro than J4V4 billion. dents in schools of veterinary medicine who expect to complete by June 30, 1962. llircc years of study In addition to two years of son Sass, Lot 22, Block 3, Fir Addition to Hillside, Rev. $19.81 "Between 1951 and 1957 the power companies were allowed fast ... , j filed until Jan. 15, Kill! details are in Announcement No. 267 B. tax write-off subsidies on more than $3 billion of new plant vestment on the theory that they were building capacity for national defense," Ellis said in a speech to the regional meeting of rural electric cooperative leaders from Colorado, N e b r a s k a , Kansas and Wyoming. "This was a Joke, of course. In reality (hey got the subsidy Just for building the plnnts they would · Famout "Daylight Blue" 23-in. picture with Glarejector--whiter whites, sh*rp« contrast... R more lifelike picture · C»mpM« St«"« H'9h Fidelity Syrfew--dual amplifier; 6 speakers · Cuitom 4-Sp»«d R«eerd Pkyer--diamond stylus cartridge · Exelutlve record saver Foreign Briefs BERLIN (AP) - Switzerland has recognized the new revolutionary regime in Syria and the government of the former British ire Communications Cryptographic* otec(orale O f Kuwait. in-l Coding Clerk, $4,WO a year, for, duty in various Federal agencies MEXICO CITY (AP)--The Minin the Washington, B.C., urea, islry of Education estimates the and in the Signal Corps In Win-JMexico City school population will Chester, Va. Announcement No.ttop a million next year, up 200,n . , i .: ,,,, i,n... rwi fr/im trap nrpspnt scljool vear 268 B gives instructions on how lo apply. Apprentice, for (raining In the government printing office In Washington, D.C., in the trades of lor Du d ng 11C pmms tnev \suuu ,. *. Ihave built anyway for normal ex-! boo binding, composmg .. -,..; . . . \ti-nr\r nnr] mflrhlnSt JC · AM and FM broadcasts radio hin»r» for new FM tterto panslon," Ellis said. work . "It Is lime the government took S 1 78 a look at that whole subsidy program to see just what we got or didn't get in return for the taxpayer's money," he said. 800,000 in Industry CAPE TOWN -- South Africa now has ibout 10,800 Induslrlal firrru, wilh 800,000 employees. I 1810 there was 2,473 Industri; (irroj, employing 65,916. press- and machlnst. Jobs pay 000 from the present scliool year CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP)--The frigate I-eopard has returned with the personal belong ings of the Tristan da Cunha is landers who fled their volcanic- stricken Insular home in the hour. Applicants mustlAtlanlic a week before. pass a written test, The closing date for acceptance of applica- , tions b Nov. 14, 1961, Further tn- Five persons have pc, -she d In KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP- C I T A T I O N TO ATTEND rnniiATT. m vii.i. I n The C o u n t y C o u r t No. 8S59 STATE OF COLORADO, ) )!. County of Wtlil ) In the Matter of the Kstate of WILLIAM S. MII.LEK, Deceased. THK I'EOPUi OF THU STATE OF COLORADO. TO: ·Virginia Sinltli. l"]itttevHl«. Colorado. Daughter. Heir Rt Vivian Dovvnlnc, 12S 3rJ Slrcet, Forl Collins, Colorado, Daughter, Legatee Vlrc!! R. Miller, rjencrFil Delivery, Kaftle Polnl. Oregon. ""fillftfi^SslKi..!. 5233 Ub- erty Road. Salem. Ore»on, D»n»]Lter, ilelr al ln«- Cl'ylon W. Miller [last k a o w n ddrc«) Stockton, California, Son, Heir at law JSvelyn Phillips, Evans, Colorado, D a u g h t e r , Legatee M i l v i n E. Duar. 301 North 11th Ave., Greoley, (Jolorndo, Grandfon. Lccatee I. Lee K l d r e U . 1907 14lh Ftreel, Greeley, Colorado, no relation, Trustea naraetl In the, J a m e s H. Shelton, :05 Flrnt National Bunk Bnlldlni;, Urte- Ley, Colorado. Guardian ad J.l'tem. i'ou and eacH of you are, h«re- ))· notified Hint llic I n s l r u i n c n t v u r p o r t l n g to he Hit l»«t will tnd t e H t a i n c n l thereto of the decedent above named will bo of- 'ercd for [irobale u e t o r e t!\e Bounty Court of \\6\i\ County, at ilie CourthouBe In Greelej", Colorado on fonilny the ?0lli day o] November A.D. 1581 al 10 u'oloc! a.TH. or at alien time as th« mat [er then may be continued. WITXnSS my .-LKnauire and *aal of said Court this lOlh day of October, 19S1. (SEAL) C. E. Wallace Clerk of 1he County Court By Maxine Johnson Deputy Clark I n c h II. Arnold, A l l y First National Bank Bldj. Irftelay, Colo, The Greeley Dally T r t h u n o Oct. IS, tl. 27, Nov. 3. I9S1 See how this Kodik copier with Magic Matrix Mill 5 *y, tin- to-iiad coplit in 1 mliiitt--cuts your office eopjinj costs up to 50%.' formation is given in Announcement No. 269 B. Civil Service announcements and application forms may be ob tained from A. F. located floods caused by continuous island rains since Sunday, officials re ported Thursday. Much damage to roads also is reported. Severa persons in western Kingston had 1303 Eighth Avenue "Everything for the Office" COMPARE--"the PROOF U'* tb* CS TV AND SOUND COMPANY Op«n Friday Evtninsi 81416th St. EL 3-0267 Zipper Notebooks and Brief Cases Ph. EL 3-0246 807 8th St Hie U.S. Civil Service Commission, Washington 25, D.C. Carriage LiccnsM Joe I*. Luna and Hope Rioz, both Windsor. Darrcll Kloyd Moore, Evans, and Ella Mae Shirley Downing, Greeley. Howard Oswald Kaagcnsen, Golden and Judith Annette Wolfe, Pierce. i flood waters. Thtrt are piopl* in the wilds of Netherlands New Guinea who have never seen a metal implement. UJELD Membtr FDIC Daily Interest For that wonderful "I'm-getting-ohead" feeling ... there's nothing like daily interest! Open your account here today for as little as one dollar, · SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS NOTICE OF PUB1.IC TIU-'iTEE'S SAI.K STATE OF COLORADO. ) C o u n t y of Wold. ) Whereas, JACK KERNS whose address Is Croeley, County of \VelJ Slate of Colorado, yranlor by deed of t r u s t d a t e d . t h o Uth Jay of December. 1»SO and recorded In the o f f i c e of the Coun- ·y Clerk and Recorder of Weld County. Colorado, on December 19, 1960 In book 1373 al pas* 437, conveyed to tho Public Trustee of said U'eld County, Colorado, the following described premises situate In the County of Weld, Slate ot Colorado, lo- W "' Lot Thirteen (1J). Block One (1), Brentwood Park, In the City of Greetey, k n o w n »nd numbered «s 2J07 · 21rd Street, Greeley, Colorado In '-rust to secure d prnrnltsory note of even dat« with said deec of trust for the principal sum ol Ten Thousand (110,000) anil no/100 Dollars payable to the orrter of The Empire Savings Building »nd Los.li Association after the date llureof, "1th Interest at B',4 per cent per a n n u m payable fn monthly Installments b t K l n n l n i February I. 1361, anil Whereas, it t« provided In la.J deed of trust that In case or default In the payment! ot «ald. note or the Interest thereon wnen ; due, or the payment of the iaxe*. S n i a i d p-«.nl»t, that th. hoWjr of said note may elect to declare | the said note due and payable;! "\Vhereaa, default ht* been de by said g r a n t o r In the rformanc» of the covenants d conditions impoied upon him the terms and conditions or d daed of trull. In this, I0-vlt: nt said grantor hai failed to y the A u g u B t and September tallmenis; late chuTge*; n- rsnce and tax reierves, In- ranee p r e m l u m i *na Whereas, the l«gnl h o l d e r of trt rot« and indebtedn«na ha» ed with the undfirEljneil Pup- Trustee In and (or Weld unty, Colorado, notice and fle- and In w r i t i n g , doc.arlnff »uch faults and electing to declare whole, Indebtedness secured JAM deed of trust, due and ayable, and demanding 1 the sale ·aid premise! described in aH deed of trust. "^o\v, Therefore, notice Ii here- y K.VCTI, that p p n u a n t to said otlce ot election and demand, nrl under and by virtue- of the uihority vested tn me by said eed of trust and the law appli- able thereto, 1, JAMES H, S HP: I/TON, Public Trustee In and or Weld County, Colorado, will ell the above described land anc of Coiora/lo. on November 15 961. At 10:00 o'clock in t h e for« noon for the purpose of plying s.i id note, Interest, taxes, at l o r n e y ' i f e e l 1C any, ln.rijrs.nc nnd all expeneti oj ih.« idle and will give to the purchaser! thereof a certificate of purchase! thprefor ai provtdeil by law. Da led, Greeley, Colorado, Oct o b e r 3d, 1961. .1AMKS H. SHKr*TOS*. PUBLIC TRUSTEVS I N AN*D FOR WELD COUNTY, COLORADO. T h e R r a r t e y Us.ly T r i b u n e . Oct. 13, 20, 37, Nov. J, 10, 1961. MANUFACTURER'S CLOSE-OUTi REPLACE your present worn-out Your Choice * OFF Op«n Evenings 'TH 8:30 Brand spanking new! Finest quality w i t h wrap-around frames for longer life, washable Vinyl seats and backs, styles for every decor. Sets are matched. Buy 2 -- 4 -- 6 -- 8 or Mer« t Greeley Furniture Co. . , . , A Tcleohone EU 2-5441 2600 Eighth Av«. ifv

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