Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 2, 1955 · Page 7
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Oef.. 2, 195S (JHEELEY THIBUNB' OKLAHOMA CITY «1 - A strong tivil rifihls resolution commending 'slates complying with dessgrcga- · lion' was adopted Thursday night · by the Resolutions Committee of Ihsr National Convenlion of .Young Democrats over Southern opposi- · tidn. ' . " - ·'-' ' The vole was 9-8 for. the resplu- · tiori, stronger' than anothe'r ap-' '.' 'proved earlier. , ' . 1 ·/llowevejr, a .minority report can iti'ii be brought to the convention floor and there were ..indications that it would be. ', v;'. T . ; .Members of the. California delegation introduced, the' new resolution. U commends the, U. ;S, Supreme Court and Interstate Commerce- Commission · for 'decisions ..ordering integration in classrooms and on public carriers.··,. There.'.,was sonje hesitancy .to praise the two agencies which have ha^i recent Kepublicah --appointments.^. ' ' .- · · 1 'But'Richard Kevins, Pasadena, Calif.,'"who led his committee's '·fight for^lhe resolution, said .that .was not.the is.sue. "I- think we should commend Jhem whether-they'are Republicans or l n ; 6t,'.' he said; .' The Supreme Court and;^.I suppose the.ICC, could have.ruled on segregation anytime in the last 50. 1 y.earSi" ; . - . J.'P,'Ha'rrclson "of 'South Carolina was the, most .vigorous oppo-, nent. . ·'_ . . . . . . . "Th'e.Southern states, .at which this is aimed, have fcipt the Democratic party alive,", he declared. *'If you're really interested \ln the problem you're .'talking' about, and interested 'in the -parly,' stick to the resolution you've already, got." The original resolution, also approved by ' the committee, urges the party to continue efforts to eradicate discrimination based 'on race, religion or'national origin. . ' ' It specifically calls for equal em ' riloymenl opportunity, security of persons, and full and equal partici- ·pation.in the nation's political life free from arbitrary festraint. log: Slaughter at Peak CHICAGO--The "nation's h o g laughter .'this, year is r expected o total some 81,600,000 head, an ncrease of 13' per cent over last ear and the largest'since 1952. he- 1955 spring, pig crop was 9 cr-. cent-greater than the year efore and the largest since 1952! farmers Has 475i al Its Annual Supper Magazine: liliisiraior _ Kijls Wife and Son =', njj Commits -Suicide 1 NORTH HOLLY'Vr'GOD, Cajif, «1 --Pfuett Cnrler, B4, magazine illustrator, shot and kiUed.his wife, Thre'sa", 50. '. their scnv'Dtal,. 15 andthen committed suicide, police detectives^ reported Thursday. Officers said the' shoolings i occurred -at the' Carter residence in "Studio City: · ·'* ' ; Carter was an illustrator for_La 'dies' " Home Journal/ Woman's Home; Companion, Good House ·--keeping," American" ^t'agazine anc others over the years; He came, to California from the - K a s t j n 1930 but,as a youth studied "art In-Los Angeles. · · ' Police said the bodies'were found late/Thursday Ly^a'Jamily friend Mrs". Grace Kennedy,' when she called -on -a visit. -Detectives" sak the killings - apparently occurred Wednesday, night or'early Tnurs day.- ,..; ' . . M r s . . Carter and the son,.each tKot in the head, evidently were · killed as they slept in their he'd " roor^s. darter's body was on the floor" of his son's" room, a biille ·. wound^in the right temple.;'A .45 \caliber revolver lay riearhy. Complete Job . r'\ i ST. ALBANS, W; Va. W -- Th' owner complained .to" 1 police tha the thieves who "b'roke into hi place weren't, satisfied., with the $60 they found in the cash register They also carted_ away the' ca'sl t register -- worth ^185.. / Soviet scientists" claim t o v h a v i designed a* motor car powered.p; ilomic energy.:'-' ; . . .--. " '^ USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AD The Weld County Farmers'Union armors' ancj businessmen's , nnual up^er wcs.held at Brannaman h'all Vednesday"- 1 evening with 475 -pres- nt. ' '" l . - . ' " " " ' · *· ·Uavid ISnib;nier, prcsidcnt.oi the Veld Counly Farmers Unionj pre- idcd,' . intvoducjiig Oscar . Beck, naybr of f^reelcy, who'gave a shorl i'clcoming address-to the farincrs nd_ busiressmen, their wives ? riends. t -^- -. · Group singing of several numbers va s led by M u rray E. G if iiri oi \ T unn, accompanied hy Mrs."Larry Bateman^of-Pierce. ·'.- The .Rev. -Leo G^ Rubel, .pastor of the Trinity-Lutheran church ol jreeley,' gave the -invocation. Introduction of t h e . Weld eoiml officers of the Farmers Union was rha'de by Naibaucr, followed, by a resentation of gifts by Stanley furrow to Mr. and .Mrs. Nniba n apprecitinn of their failhfuV aru l'service .to the 'Vf'r' Counly ·'anners [Jnion. Mrs. Naihauer has been the' Weld "county youth : di rector for the Farmers Union. Mr, and "rs.'Naibauer'are lea-V' ng Weld county lo make their tome on a ranch-near Fort Morgan The'speaker, Gus Geislcr, assist ant to James G. IJaUon, prpsidenl of the National Farmbers Union was"- inlroduccd by Kaibauer. Hi? dplc was How Can the .Famib i-'arzn Survi\e. Geisler pointed out that only.the 'armer knows by his liookkecping 'igures that his cash reserves are down 40 per cent and his indebted less Ls up-while his farm net in come is down 36 per cent,- - ' He 'staied that the agricult-ira situation' should be assumed by '.he farmers themselves. This mean farmers should'organize and de ciile J on programs best for the! interests. These-programs also wil affect the financial 'welfare every community anc 1 businessman , Consequent!;', businessman them selves should, be.n\ove concer-ei to what- the farmers* take : honv pay is, thus promoting their ,p\vi Financial income to a highe bracket. . . ' . " " - . · Geisler a!so stressed that the fu l u r e - u n d e r the f sliding scalo pr,o gram would be disastrous for"- th farmer. ( This last year, he said say. a 15 per ceijt.drop on crop's and .this situation, he added, can riot go on or 'all farmers, big ant, small,'-will go brok'e/ taking .olhe branches of business -with them-. Junicrs of the Farmer. Unioi presented the pvening.'s entertain inent. Kenny Hall sang a solo, ac companying himself on the piano Two pantomimes were given b Nancy Bishop and Chajlotte "Erick son.". Sid Noel, "Torn Ray,' Kath Halhburn a'nd_ Janift Nelson san. several numbers. Winston's; Way, -Wins In a soccer football m a t c h ' a Heima, France, 68-year-old Pierr Halzfeld, a former star of 'th Paris Racing Club,-.scored a goal Asked how he Rep^t fit for foolba' at Ms-advanced.a'ge, Hatzfeld re plied:'-·"! d»,as Churchill.does:-I snipke cigars' and drink cham- pagnei" ·'·' '- - . - , - ' ' ; * eaftlc Jin Jig Securiiy : ;Dealei' ?:: '.; ndicled for Fraudh/-''·"·'·' .NEW '6nK « 1 - - . A 7 , federal rand.jury. Thursday indicted one f .the nation's, largest ^over-lhc- winter securities dealer's and · battle judge on charges-of fraud irlhe sale of sonic $900,000 worth f bonds..of .an insolvent Alaskan ompariy.'.. . . . , . ' ' ' .. . , |N Named in a 36-c'ounl Indictment n Brooklyn were, the company ,the Uaska . Telephone' Corp., ^ and', its ecrclarytlreasuror . and ' counsel; Slton -B.. Jones, a Seattle' Miinicl- 'ial Court judge. ' . ' " The securities dealer is Walter \ Tellier, who operates Telltcr and Co., Jersey City, r 'N. J. He ivcs at Engelwood, -N. J. Another' defendant is Albert J. 'roclor,' .president and general manager of Ihe' phone company. The .indictment alleged -a con-, piracy in'which 'worthless Alaska Telephone Corp.. securities we're old Ic.cover inicrcst payments of ecjually worthless prior Issiles.' U. S. AUy. Leonard P. Moore said 1,400 persons; were victimized h the,metropolitan New York area. : The 3G counts charge violation of he' anti-fraud section of the Securities Act of 1933, m a i l ' f r a u d ,nd conspiracy. 'Jones' also* is'secretary; of the 'acific Salmon Fjsheries Commission, an 'official American-Canadian agency with jurisdiction over fishing on the v West Coast.' He was- named to the commission Oct.- 20,'MSI, 'by then President Harrj'S. Truman. . Moore described Tellier and Co. i 'one of the biggest, over-the- counter securities salecs organizations in thh lJnitcd"Stalesj' Ovcr- he-counter dealers speecialire in unlisted securities., ·',, Moore said T.eUier'has handled 40 to SO.issues of new stock' in ill ast few years,* largely So-called 3«nhy "uranium, tungsten and oil slocks. These were not mentioned in th'e indictment. · The U; S. allorney quoted Tellier as having bpnslcd"io a congressional subcommittee recently that .ie has sold 30 million dollars worth of securities 'to 100,000 persdns. Ike Reviews U.S. Defenses in Secret Talk TIIURMONT, Mil. tfl -^P.rosic,.. Eisenhower reviewed the nation's defenses. Thursd.ay in a top secre session .of ihe National" Security Cpu:i:il. The mcelins-'.cok place in a rustic-lodge at Camp David, six miles up the Catoctln Mountain from here. '· . 1 Five helicopters, swinging up from the Pentagon in Washiiigtoi and landing in analhlelic field on the President's-- hcnvily : guardei' hideaway, brought i n _ m o s t of.thi high racking military and diplo malic advisers.- -' ;The ! President., setting an exam pie for.Uhe rmtiwi,--in observanc of Safe Drjving Day, made the 22 mile drive from his ..Gettysburg Pa., farmhouse in 35 minutes, se] dom going more .than;45-50.. mile hour. His-'Secret Service-'agent driver, Dick Flohr, stayed behim big truck most of'the way. Legislative-Reference Bureau Director Named DENVER W -- E. B. Evans Denver lawyer, was named direc tor of the Colorado- Legislative Reference Bureau 'Thursday b; Ally. Gen. Duke W. Dunnar. 'Evans.will serve in the post un til .the-Legislature completes it session,' probably _early in February. · . ' . ' . Miss Clair Sippel the oureau sec rcfary, is''its only employe be tween sessions. She will work wit! Evans in drafting b i l l s - t o r , m e m bcrs of the- General Assembly, Spaghetti -- Meat Balls.. Ravioli .--· Meal Balls Whole Fried Chicken -- French Fries' 8 Jumho Shrimp --.French Fries Quart Kalian Salad ^. Moose Hall Adult* $1.75 Children 75c Sat., Dec. 3 Serving , GUISIPPE'S Take Home Orders --PIZZA biffin aixl King Are Officers of New National Farm Group 'ST; -LOUIS Wl - Matthew J. lonnelly, a ,top While 'House akie n the Truman administration^ nd Thcron' Lamar Caudle, once high ranking Justice Dept. of- icjal, were Indicted with a lawyer fhursday for conspiring to defraud 10 government. I' - '· Connelly and Caudle, were «c- used in a joint · indictment, re- urncd by a' federal, grand jury f conspiring to improperly use icir influences s~govcrnment of- icials. in government, income tax ases with the hope of personal ;ain. ' " . - ' - . Connelly was Truman's appoint- ncnt secretary when' Truman was 'resident.' 1 Ca\idle'was fired by "rumaii .'as head of the Justice Dept.'s fax division for having oul- idc interests incompatible wilh lis .government duties. t Named : as a defendant in the same indictment-was Harry.'I. Schwimrher, former Ksfnsas City yer and . now · a _ Puerto Rico business m'an. Sch'wimmer. reccnt- y was- indicted by the grand jury On a'perjury ·charge. .'.' Bother, of, Two J s / - tibf by Husband' :. : TOR.HINGTON, Wyo., (fi -- The _9-yea'r-old mother- of twb children was shot i n ' t h e left shoulder and ight .finnd .while . huddled.'under he 'blankets of her bed.-Thursday. ; Florence'Biissard was' iri "fair condition" at a "torringlon hos- . Undersheriff Dan .Courtney sale ler estranged husband,' .George Bussard, had .voluntarily surren dered to officers and admitted the shooting, lie was jailed on an open charge. ' · · · Courtney said Bussard had-gone :o the homo of his" fife's mother Mrs, George Cox, iad demahdet lo see his wife. Mrs. Cox 1 dangh Lcr, Shirley. Sp'urgeo'n, 13/.led Kin' lo the basement apartment-.where Mrs. bussard was-'sleeping:. · ..During-a family argument, .slii was shot in the ba'ck with a .2: rifle. The bullet passed through tier chest and imbedded in he:' right hand. . . ' i , Courlne'y v .'said . the woman screamed f o r , her-, mother, whi came downstairs and wrestle with Bustard for possession of th rifle. The wounded girl,' bleediii profusely, ran to the neighbor' house and called authorities.' toiirlney. snid after Mrs. Co: took Ihe 'rifle away from him Bussard drove, to tjic county court house and surrendered. . The couple had been married ii June and separated last Sunday Mrs. Bussard has two sma' children by a previous marriage An insane person m?.y be cure, of his disease, but a mentally dc ficienl person's intelligence can not be increased. DANCE Saturday, pec. 3 Firemans Hall, Evans 9 to 12:30 Admission 50c Per- Person Sponsored By Evans Firemen and Lions TOMORROW at 1KW uoon Open 12:3 HEY KIDS! plui ULYSSES with - KIRK DOUGLAS Murray G if fin of Nunh has bVtn ame'd Weld Counly chalrmtri' for ational Farmers · Organization hich is growing . rapidly . in the estcrn states..' : . - · - . ' - · - ' Jim King, Roggcn whea.t grower, vice-president uf tht state organi- ation in Colorado. · · · LIKION, Colo., ..Niy; 30 - Agri- ullure Secretary Benson was 'de* cribed hers as "a secretary "of ic consumer" by the temporary ice president of a mushrooming ew farm organization. ' · : Trie remark which drew, hearty pplausc, was by Oren Lee Staley. .ca, Mo.v principal speaker 'at a iccting to set the wheels, rolling or a Colorado branch of the Na- ional Farmer's Organization.. .This group, .a self-styled non- artisan, non-business 'organiza- on, has grown in 'ihout 60 days rom a crossroads meeting-of four or five . f t l e n ' J n - Ad«mj county, lovra, .to.-a rherabernlnp. estimated by Staley at 100,000 in.seyen states. . Staley; siid his objective ' is "a fair-share 61 (he nitionul ihcome" for- the farmer; specific ally 108 pet. of.party; He said that in tht event of'surpluses 'the of g'a nii a tion is-willing^ to accept "reasonable" crop .controls in "which, fhe farmer Has .a.vbicc. -. · - . · Last hionth, in a regional ^meeting at Corning, Iowa, the .organization asked ' a floor" 01 $20. pel- hundredweight ,'on · the . currently hard-hit hog- rnarket, and $30 on cattle grading good to'choice. Slaley said an 'appeal : was sent both to Secretary Benson and President Eisenhower, . - . . . ' - · · Benson, was the victlrn of other Verbal t h r u s t s - a t ' . t h e rneetihg, which was attenrted by more than 100 farmers from - at least eight Colorado counties: · "iiminirt'J; Uigmeri, vice'p'r«si- eiit;ot the yniiiaiSiitis^jlJonai aiiic 6J Denver, said Slalcy's de : criptioh n ol"Benson,;as a . '.'secre- ar'y ofvconsumers" "was ."beau- ifui.".··''.'?;'V--A ',x--.". ;;,;· :·- ·. He wanted his' llslenefs,^.how- yer, to attach^no'l'piilitical tinge" i his remarks."'..'". '· ^', ' :··'; \ \ ·Again, there jWas. g-«'.n'i;r*a I aiighter when .BensoV, -was ·'.!«-. cribed with evident sincerity 'J5 almost in tears, wanting to know ·hat to do,", and:"wanting to do he Hgh^thln'g': 11 -" ':-·' : · .. - ' » Speaker at the|time 'was 1 ' J. B. tedman of; Seioert; Colo., rep- esentativ'e of the John W. Baugh- ian' Farm Co. of Llberal/.'.iCsn,; ho had' appealed/to: the'new or- anizati-ii.to support- a :: twp-pricc ystcm .on wheat being pushed by ic Colorado and the national as ; ociations of wheat growers and Ihers. " ... -,r ' . - ' ' - ' ; The 1 three.'major'farm brganiza- oh's" -- Farm Bureai, Farmers Jnion and Grange -- havevpre 5 GREATEST GUY IN THE WORLD! · The man who.takes his family out to dine!.It's a happy family habit to eat out qiice 1 a .1- week! . · . ; . . ' THE SMORGASBORD - At TfcCuriield FRIDAY and EVERY FRIDAY . 5:30 p.m. -.8:30 p.m. . . DANCE SATURDAY, DEC. 3 Glen Stutzman and Rodeo Ranch Hands LESSER HALL , 9 to 1 ELKS CALENDAR MEMORIAL SERVICE Sun., Dec. 4-- 8 p.m. Officeri of. the Lodgt, , R. L. Totmon, ipeaker, Greeley Elki 'Ch'orui. (Open to the public) TUESDAY, DEC. fr-- ... ' 7:30 p.m. -^--Bridge Party . .THURSDAY, DEC. 8 -Party far Elki and Adult 'members of their fam- iliei. Games, Lunch.- ·' ' , T.30 p.nl.T-rOrgan Preluded . . GREELEY ELKS LODGE MEETS WEDNESDAY ' . NIGHTS ;, V ':",Elks, Adult Membtrs of Your Fafellief and Their Friends: Mak« Your Hbiiddy S«ric« Giir of Blood tp th. Elki Blood Bank-i;oll 4000 for appointment. . · · ERNIES Gilcrnt -- 11 milci louth of ' : . on Highwoy 85. Visit us for .fine foods and'bev- erqges. We.specialize itj all sea' foods .at reasonable prices; Lobster toils, frog legs, shrimp, etc. .... Private Rooms for . Small or korge Partrei We still have a few vacancies lefi'in December for your Christmas and New Year's Parlies--Dancing in the~. Blue Room. '·'·- ReicrvoHoni ; Phon* Gilcreif-441 ; · lujr' 'i Th« ; hew nitional- is to ' be form ill zed wfeh ; «1« tlo« df'le'rni :'otflc«r».'«t 'C«rauig on.- Cec. U.-: ''·-'..: ' - , ' · - · - · ' . · · ···· Gc3inMrsday . . ·CHICAGO tfipf in * mixed j market 'plus · sljni . CHttniimb*r«i roinUs signs at the 'tlose'^t^plt Board of Trad* ; ThurBdiy.V ;*£' ; -\ 'Main strength 'ihowed.' up f *An corn, even 'hoiigh'ifdid fall back a ' f c i t ! f o r i ^ t h e I i n i s h ' . . » t » ' » . . . htl.ibld icrop ^wh'ett /futures "i)so . advanced. Soybean! and new crop" wheat retreated. ' , ;,· j«i Wheat closed V lower to' I higher, "corn 54-lVt-' higher, ' oafs - un-~ changed to-.*- higher, -.'rye $·!?* higher, soybeans ?i-irt lower, and- lard 12. to 18 cent a a "hundred pounds higher:. ,. '.' . :"';. YCDAV. Dtori bpth 1 2 : 4 t l . 0c to 2 p.rri.]' .' HISTORY'S GREATEST ROMANTIC.AbVENTURB.. i^ '^ \ NOW BROUGHT NUGNinCENTLY TO THE ^CREEN/ . '.,' ^S" 1 KIRK DOUGLAS 1:00, 3:08, 3:1« 7:24, 8:55 Cartoon · Newil NOW! Hurry! . . . ENDS SAT. ! ! STARTS SUNDAY! Wliat"3Coias'inth-e Fountain" did for' Rome.;. '·;· " '"Sunimertirne" '....,.,. doeis for Venice! KATHARINE HEPBURN P L U S ! . . . EXCITING 2nd HIT ! 1 .'Starts-Next ', WEDNESDAY! JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PAPER SUNDAY, DEC. 4th Please Tie Paper In Bundles and Leave On Curb Policeman's Ball SATURDAY Elks Home 9ih St. at 10th Ave. Music by George DOMtiON S1.00 Tickefa May Be Obtained . From Any Policeman. 1'' EVANS VFW 8 Piffli . Thursday and Friday December 1 and. 2 New Home of Evans VFW .Games · Fun for All '

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