Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 21, 1961 · Page 7
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UIW President Murdered; Former Associate Is Held CHICAGO (AP) - John Kil- Angolo Inctso in ttic United In- liic.ngo millioritles on tlie cost?. Crime laborntory experts snlcl ic wiring of two dyiumillo slicks t Kilpalrick's car wns "very pro- essional." Police sold the pntrick. 55, International president duslrlal Workers Union, Local 280. of the United InduslrinMVorXcrs Tho two had a falling out, and Kllpalrlck set up lx«al 300. Inclso of America and head of Hie union's Local 300 and prime witness ngainst a convicted labor leader, was shol to death Friday after an attempt lo bomb his car failed. Kilpatrick's body was found Iho trial. subsequently was convicted ol "nllklng the union's welfare funds, (its conviction is being appealed. Xilpalrlck was a key witness in slumped in Hie front seat of his car, parked in a Southwest Side alley. There was one bullet hole ir his head. A dynamite charge wns found connected lo llw engine, wired to explode when the starter was switched on, Kilpatdck was associated with Christian Science Church 15th St. and 10th Ave, Sunday School--11 a.m. Service -- 11 a.m. Subject-- October 22 "Probation After Death" Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meetings 8:00 p.m. Tills church Is a brnncli of Tlio Mother Clmrcli, The Kirsl Clmrcli ot Christ Scientist, in Bos ton. Muss. "How Christian Science Heals" Radio TV KFKA Channel 9 Sundays Sundays 8:45 a.m. 9:00 a.m. Inclso was picked up by police several hours after KilpalrlcVs body was (ound. He was held without charge for questioning. In Washington, Ally. Gen. Rob' crt F. Kennedy snid the Justice Department would study the shooting lo determine if there * r as any violation of federal law. He said the department would work "in every way possible" with FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Oth Avenue at Hth Street Dr. Arnold Langenberg, Minister 9:16 a.m. Church School 10: SO a.m. Worship "Tragic Sleep" Nursery Care D u r i n g Services Skeletons of Five Babies Found in Indiana Basement eared wntcrloffled. They Ihco- "oO~" / i Ized thai Kilpalrlck's killers ailed Impatiently nearby while icir victim sal tn the car munch- tig a sandwich. When he failed to sari the car, me of Iliem killed him with a iiillel, fired through the left fronl vinriow at close range. Ind. (AP) bones of '"ivc babies were discovered Thursday night and Friday in the bnsemcnt of n shabby home. Police, nimble lo give any inv nediale explanation of tho grisly find, planned lo dig lurtlier in Iho refuse and dirl ondcr the single- slory unpnintcd dwelling. Authorities started to trace scv- loral families who had lived In llhe lioiisc in recent yesrs. He- mains of the infants were scnl to the slale police labornlory in jy her brother, Joe Moore, and nil family of three daughters and News Briefs SAIGON. South Viet Nam (AP)' --Reports of a Communist raid on - .. . a vital highway reached here Frl- Indianapolis lor detailed cxamina- day as Gen. Maxwell D. Taylorj tK)n prepared for a flying visit to Jack Lew-alien, worker who moved into Ihe house 'seven month. 1 ! ago, reported find- Heavy Snow Hits Eastern United States By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A slorm piled up heavy snow In an Appalachian area Friday Breaking power and telephone Wyoming Frosh )ump AFA Frosh 27-7 LAHAM1E, Wyo. (AP) - Half ack Alan Johnson of Bnkcrsficld, alif., scored two louchdowns and icked three conversions Krlclny o lead Ihe University of Wyoming oshmen lo a 27-7 foolball viclorv Force Academy lines and laying a construction slush on roads. jnerrillo-ridden territory. DETROIT (AP) - Tho Uniled|. th f j r s t Auto Workers Union has set next .»,, , ,,,,', Friday as a target date for wrap-! ping up a new Ihrcc-year labor contracl with Chrysler Corp. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The opening between the building foun- Federal Trade Commission announced Friday a new program aimed at nipping any fraudulent advertising claims for fallout shelters and survival kits. hazardous Thc snow reached a depth of 9 inches on Flat Mountain ncm Thursday necMcy, W.Va., 8 Inches at the nj M w , )ilc c i caning ,,,, the dirt Mercer County Airport near nine [,£,,. ceUnr field. w.Va., and C inches in The bones, wrapped in soiled rags, had been thrust into a small FIBST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The U n i t e d Ctiuroh ol C h r l l t 16th Street and 21st Avenue Worship at 9:30 and 11:00 "The First and Greatest Commandment" Robert Jaia, Guest Preacher Rev. Frederick W. Hyslop, Minister Nursery care provided Church School at 9:30 and 11:00 The 11:00 lervice It broadcast over K Y C U Sunny View Nazarene Church 3040 So. tlth Ave. Family Sunday Oct. 22 Sunday School, 9:45 Special Program presented by Cradle Holt a n d ' N u r s e r y Department. M o r n i n g Worship, 10:45 liev. Marshall G r i f f i t h . Service planned fcr parents Baby dedication. Fellowship Hour, 6:30 Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 FIRST COVENANT CHURCH 10th Ave. at 8th St. 9:46 A.M. Sunday Scbool l t : M A.M. Worship "The Wpll-Suring ot Joy" 7:30 P.M. Gospel Hour "Prayer and Heiilin^" C. Cecil Oaterberg, Pastor GREELEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8th Street and 11th Avenue Norman Downs, Pastor 10:00 a.m.--Sunday School 11:00 a.m.--Church Service! Visitors elcomel FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8th Ave. and 13th St. Lcalio L. Jiowers, Jr. M i n i s t e r 9:30 a.m. Church School 10:30 a.m. Worship and Communion Sermon: "Forgive Ui Our Debts" Nuraery care provided. FIRST EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH 12th Ave. and 12th St. Church School--9:45 a.m. Worship Service--10:45 a.m. "Dare To Be Loyal" Dr. Darreil Anderson, speaker Paul H. Woelfle, Pastor jution ami tho floor above. Police conducted a further search Friday and turned up (our more skelclons-one in n metal box, another in suitcase and two more in piles of trash. Two other! skeletons turned out lo be bones of a clog and a cat. Coroner John Whitakcr said it appeared the remains were several years old, but they were too decomposed lo determine immediately Ihe cause of death. Police Chief Hoy Newgcnl said Ihe skeletons looked to him like the remains of full-term inlants and not the results of abortions. The house, some of its windows broken, is situated near llw Pennsylvania Railroad hacks south of jthc DePauw University campus. It is owned by Mary Moore, a spinster in her 90s who is now an nvalid in a nursing home near Greoncastle. Miss Moore moved into the House in 1917, and the dwelling was occupied in the early 1930s Silt., Ocl. 21, 1!)lil (,'KEKIJiY TKM5UNK Page 7 ver Hie Air rcshmen. Johnson scored 3 minutes after liu game stai led on a 38-yard run. Scon aflcr the second half opened. ic scooted 57 yards nflcr an acad- my player fumbled a fair catch if a punt. Tom Wilkinson of Grcybull ran 9 yards and Dave Marion of Bak ersfield plunyed 2 for other Wyo ming scores. 'Stilt' Breaks Own Record; Warriors Win PHILADELPHIA tAP) - Wilt :linmbcrl;iin Friday night broke lis own Convention Hall scoring record by pouring In 57 points lo cad the Philadelphia Warriors lo n 122-115 homo opening Nntlonnl Basketball Association v i c t o r y over the I/s Angeles Lakers. Despite Wilt's work, it was mi 11-poinl splurge in tlic first two minutes of (he final period that actually won Ihe game for the Warriors, After leading most ol Iho first three periods, I'hiludcl- III. 15. end sweep; IV, 10, past from George Bspinozn; IV, 4i pass from Kspinoz.i), LeRoy Tru jillo (II, 33, cm! sweep), lion Slcr :ing (IV, 33, jmss from Espinoza) PAT: Wagner !ruu. National Baskolball Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia 122, Los Angeles So. 11th Ave. EL 3-137* -SAT.-SUN. Bland County, Virginia. Power lines snapped by falling snow-weighted tree limbs cut el electricity lo much of Bccklcy an several nearby communiilcs. Heavy rain pounded (be caster section of Virginia and knocke oil', power and telephone servlc o thousands of homes. Thro nches of rain in seven hour icurs swamped Charlottesvitle. Ttic tropical storm Gcrda vhirling northeastward In the A antic Ocean and approacbin Nova Scolia, touched off roug vcather n'ong the coast in New England. Three inches of snow fell in the Great Smokies near Gallin- nirg. Tenn. Early Friday Ilic mercury dropped to 20 above in Atlantic, Iowa, 23 in Spencer, Iowa and Yakima. Wash., 28 in DCS Moincs, 10 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, and 32 in Omaha and Portland, Ore. Scattered showers dampened northern California and snow fell in the mountains of Montana and northern Idaho. Tho Air Force kept its only scor-'phln saw a 12-polnt margin sliced ing drive of Iho game alive lhrcc|lo two in the last li'b minutes of limes by gambling on fourth down jthu third period. Willie Pepper dove from a yard out to score and Alva Hobday kicked Hie ixrint. Another academy scoring threat failed near Iho goal as the gnme ended. Navy Explodes For 37-19 Comeback Win Milliken Rips Snyder, 43-20 Milliken - Millikcn's Uob WaR- ncr scored five touchdowns Friday to lend the Tigers to a H-0 win over Snydcr in a non-conference game here. The fleet-footed halfback ran for three touchdowns and cnuglit DETROIT (AP) -- Navy, seiz-jpasses thrown by quarterback ing and losing a quick IS-poinllrjcorgc Espinoza fcr two more, lead, overcame ross-lo-Larr Vargo dem Friday night willi three ourth quarter touchdowns that There were ninny fumbles and iroduccd a 37-19 comeback vie- penalties called in the game. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Tenth Ave. at Tenth »t. 9;30 A.M. Church School 9:00 A.M. 10:46 A.M. Worship Services "Should I Build R Fall-Out Shelter?" Ministers Dr. Laird V. Loveland Rev. J«ck L. Hill Nursery Care for Both Services Service broadcast over K F K A 1310 kcs.--at 11:00 A.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY of GOD 9th St. and 13th Ave. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evangelistic Service __ 7:30 p.m. "Peoples of All Faiths Welcome" HAROLD 1. MALEY -- Pastor "Revival Time"--KFKA--8 a.m. Sunday FIRST EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 1301 15th Street LaReaj N. Thorw»ll, Pastor M O R N I N G W O R S H I P -11:00 a.m. "The Man Who Tried to Buy the Holy Spirit." EVENING EVANGEL-7:30 p.m. "Peace, When T h e r e l» No Peace!" Broadcast KFKA Sunday School 9:45 a.m. W E L C O M E 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL Classes for all agei. 11:00 a.m. HORNING "Hidden Hunger" 7:30 p.m. "The Sorceren and Silversmith*" Pictures of Ulbricht Disappear By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH BERLIN (AP) -- Pictures o Communist chief Walter Ulbricli are disappearing in East Berlin Previously prominent portrait of bald, bearded Ulbricht wer missing in public buildings and restaurants in many parts ot Ibe .city. A two-hour tour o' Easi Berlin disclosed not a single portrait of East Germany's Stalinist leader. The pictures may return but they ere undoubtedly absent Friday. There was no official explanation. Ulbricht is in Moscow, leading Ilic Kasl German delegation at Ihe 22nd Communist parly congress. Removal of his pictures could he part of a secret p° lic y decision. Tn Communist counlires, leaders' picture.; are hardly ever rcnnved by accident. There has been speculation among Western officials that Ul,^ may ^ on his way oul| af(cr p rcmi( , r Khrushchev's offer lo case Ihe pressure on West Br- lin. Still, there is another explana- warning of Khrushchev's savage attack on the "personality cult" Detroit's JerryjLcRoy Trujillo and lion Sterling rgo passing tan- (allied the other two Milliken :ory. It was Navy's own passin jand quickly passed the word back F .._j. j_ y 0 tf! ; Pastor to !h= comrades in East Berlin Ulbricht's personality cult and professed admiration for Joscpl Colorado High School Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roaring Fork 25. Eagle Valley 6 Slrasburg 26, Nederland 0 Boulder 35, Fort Morgan 0 Yuma 35, Julcsburg in Littleton 19, Sheridan Union 0 Ordway 7, Pueblo County B 0 George Washington 20, Fort Col lins 14 Broomficld 7, Casllc Rock 6 Thornton 24, Evergreen 6 Aurora 49, Greeley 13 Limon 59, Rocky Ford 13 Durango 54, Moab (Utah) 14 Ignacio 2, Mancos 0 (forfeit, illness) Fowler 18, Hug 18 (lie) Haxlun 25, Burlinglon 13 Golden 19, Jefferson Counly 6 Brighton 27, Adams City 14 Grand Junction 47, Palmer 6 Widofield 25, Harrison 0 Florence 12, Cheyenne Mountain Fountain 2.5, Manilou Springs 13 Cherry Creek 26, Westminster 20 Alameda 34, Bear Creek 0 Pueblo Central 7, Trinidad 0 Cenler 41, La Jara 12 Saguache 26, La Vela 12 Pueblo East 20, Pueblo Centennial 7 Del Norte 19, Walsenburg 12 Grand Junction 47, Colorado Springs Palmer 6 Ends 41, Walsh 6 Canon City 12, Alamos a 7 La Junta 26, Canon Ciiy Abbey Stalin have long kept him out ot 20 jamc, led hy Ron Klemick, plus Greg Mather's field goal kicking hat put the boot lo Ihc stubborn, lir-minded Titans. Mather booted three field goals hat kept Navy in the game unlil its winning strike five minutes after Detroit bad gone ahead late in Hie third period. The plauekicking specialist alsoj booled four extra points. j Detroit, tense al the start in ilsi bid lo gain national prestige, went ahead after trailing 13-0 in 20 min-' ules. Gross, No. 2 among the nation's tolal offense leaders, captivated he 31,273 fans in Tiger Stadium with his passing. He hit Vargo vith three scoring passes of 6,1 10 and 26 yards. I The touchdown that won it for the Middies was a 27-yarder from Klemick lo halfback Carl Fink. Navy quickly added two more scores, one on Klemick's 25-yan pass to Gary Kellner. Gross threw 44 passes and com- 1 ted 24 for a total of 27R yards, j vy 10 3 3 I\--37| troit 0 3 11 0--19 |Snyd«r 0 6 0 14--20 0 19 6 18--13 Milliken scaring -- TDs: Bob Wagner 5 (II, 1, r u n ; II, 2, dive; The entire city gave him the keys to its heart! w WALTDISNEtfS" _ M A Adults 75c Children Under 12 fret Gates Open 6:45 Show St.irU 7:15 BOBBY Show Off A Little COME TO THE CAMFIELD HOTEL slep with the Kremlin. And his clamor for an East Ger man peace treaty "before the end of this year" was abruptly isloppcd by Khrushchev's Tuesday ilspocch to the parly congress. pKhrushchov said the deadline was 'less important than getting East !\Vest negotiations started. j In Wesl Berlin, President Kcn- I'ncdy's personal representative, Gen. Lucius D. Clay, witnessed lithe closing phases of three-day 1 baltle maneuvers of the 2nd and |3rd U.S. battle groups. Ovid 63, Fleming 34 Silt 38, Battle Mountain 12 Palisade 20, Cedaredgc 7 Fruita 20, Olathe 7 Norwood 45, Plateau Valley 0 New Caslle 25, Aspen 7 Paonia 32, Gunnieon 0 Glenwood Springs 14, Sleamboa Springs 12 Rifle 12, Craig 7 Rangely 33. Meeker 0 Corlez, 48, Grand Junction Cen tral 0 Mapleion 26, Idaho Springs 6 Louisville 14, Fairview 0 Wiggins Trips erthoud, 35-6 WIGGINS--Wiggins High School' orcd in every period to defeat j rlhoucf, 35-6 in a non-conference' me Friday here. Bruce Stou 1 rambled for three iggins touchdowns on runs of 1, and 20 yards. The Tigers used the pass to t them within linking distance d used a ground game to score. All five point after touchdowns ·re scored on passes from quar- rbaek Roger Hesslor. Harry Noble scored the only TD r Berlhoud when he plunged f tackle for the score 1-yard out. «rtheud 0 6 0 0 - 4 Iggins 14 7 7 7-35 Merthoud scoring -- TD: Harryl oble (II, 1, run). Wiggins scoring -- TDs: Lar- Brunlz (I, 12, pass from Roger essler), Bruce Slout 3 (I, dive; }, end run; III, 15. run), Ix?e Ikirc (IV, 10. run). PATs: Bruntz (passes from Hessler). George ill 2 (passes from Hessler), Alire (pass from Hessler). SPECIAL SUNDAY HINNFRS $1.25 ITALIAN FOODS SMORGASBORD SUNDAY NIGHT $125 - S to 8 - · KART RACIN at th« The Cornfield Hotel YOU WILL RETURN-TRY US ONCE SMORGASBORD EVERY NIGHT Kart Sportway Evan*, Colorado SUNDAY, OCT. 22 2 p.m. Spectator Admission . . 50c Adults Kegular H rices Uhlldren ouc Next WED.! ft COOPER FOUNDMION THUTfll EL 2-3636 2 Shows ill 2:00 ami 8:00 Matlnoe $1.00 Evening $1.25 W I N N E R OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS I , KIRK DOUGHS LAURENCE OLIVIER JEAN SIMMONS CHARLES LAUGHTON PETER USTINOV JOHN GAVIN TONY CURTIS GqlfJ.eo A g e r s and Student! with..ID c a r d s OOc; Children 50c; No Seats Reserved. : OUTSTRWHNG EHTERNWMlNT Hurry! LAST DAY! ea c« WfttHGAZZASACUJiK uu noc BJUMWEtKT DOCTORS Starts SUNDAY! 2 WONDERFUL HITS!! 'ros Called into iervice Can't Play KAN D1KGO. Calif. (API-Pro '.ssional A m e r i c a n Footballj x;aguc players who have bccn^ ailed lo active duly wilh the rmed forces will not he allowc.l play in league games, a San. liego Chargers official was r.oti-', ed Friday. Les I,and said Uie league office n Dallas. Tex., announced lh" de-: ision following a vote taken of. wners. i We*t on Hiway 34--Across \ from the Country Club | TONIGHT THRU SUNDAY 1 ':.n-,' L.I. :,,i, 5 Flrit F*lure The Sound and The Fury Starring Yul Brynner and Joanne Woodward Tn CinemaScope and Color r. PLUS Second Feature Woman Obsessed With Susan Hayward and Stephen Boytf In Color PARENTS OF THE WORLD UNITE1 From the producers of "CARRY ON KURSt* LUSL1K I'HIJ.I.lTS - ( i E U A U ) I N E McEWAN Admlulon Continuous Daily From 1:151

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