Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 8, 1957 · Page 13
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Expert on Atomic Medkine Strongly Favors Continuing Of Tests of Nuclear Weapons WASHINGTON W - Dr. Shields Warren, IB upcrt oa atomic medicine, laid Friday it would b* "in- exciuable" lor the United States to "jeopardise" the free world'a aafety by halting nuclear weapons tests. His testimony before a Senate- Hotue Atomic Subcommlttft supported the poiitloa taken by Dr. WUard V. Ubtay, a -member of the V- £· Atomic Energy Commission and a nuclear scientist. LJbby has jail written the lub- tonuntttee that this country cannot halt atomic tejts if it is to develop the modern weapons "urgently needed for our defense." "There is no lubstitute for test- Ing t» determine: the reliability of a wfapari," Ubbf said. VV'irren followed up with this itattmiqt Friday: "I firmly believe at a physician that it is Inexcusable for us to Jeopardize our own tafety that of the nrt of the free world in order to eliminate a risk of as low an erdar of magnitude as is constituted by any reasonable program of atomic weapons testing." The "risk" Warren referred to Is the risk ef disease, deformity and death from the radioactive fallout of In atomic explosion. libbj'i view la that the fallout danger is relatively slight and must be balanced against the possibility of national annihilation. Other scientists, including Dr. Linus Pauling, a Nobel priie winner, art calling for an end ta the testi because of the faltont hazard. Pauling, who circulated a petition signed by 2,000 scientists and urging that the testa ba halUd, was to hare been questioned by the Senate laUnat Security Subcommittee June II. The committee announced Friday, however, it had been decided not to can Pauling for the time being. Morris aaid Thursday his group wasted ta Tux) tut whether my Communist organisations were behind efforts to halt the tests. Pauling Is on the faculty of the California InstituU of Technology. Commitfe Votes Payments on Soil Bank (or 195$ WASHINGTON (ft - The Senate Appropriations Committee by an 11-2 vole Friday recommended continuation of payments ta farmers under the administration's soil bank program on next yelr'l crops. At the same time, it cut 24 nil- lion dollars, from th total voted by the House to operate the varied Agriculture DepL programs in the fiscal year that begins July 1. The bill, ai sent to the Senile by the committee, will tarry $3,6*8,732,157 in new funds or about 300 milion dollar* lest than recommended by President Eisenhower. The House, by a close rote, ruled out soil bank acreage reserve payments en Itoi crops. The Senate committee action revives this program for at least another year and approves spending up to 500 million dollars on the payments. Wilson Company Profits Are Down CHICAGO if - Wilson l Co. Friday reported net income of $2,MO,T24. or $1 per common share for the six months period ended April 27. This compared with $,M3.379. or $1.97, in the tame period a year ago. FIRST COVENANT CHURCH tOth Avt. at Ith It. 10:10 A.M. Annual Outdoor at.*vlct and Picnic at Island Gravt. Nt evening lervlct. C. Cttll Oattrkirg, Pastor FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Tinth Avt. It Ttnth It Warthlp StrTlrtt I:1M0:45 a.m. ·HOEING TO THE END Or THE ROW" 1:10 a.m.--Church School Methodist M»'t Radio Preiran-- Tittdar t:10 ;.m, KPKA Mlalstrn T. It McDtritt J6hl Jerden 0*orj« Otrkl 15am Apolo Amalu Appeals Sentence To Circuit Court DENVER Lev-Sam Apolo Amalu, day appealed to the 10th Circuit Court from his Federal District Court conviction on government fraud charges. Prince Sam's secretary, 24-year- old Walter Le Parman of San Francisco, also appealed his co« viction to the circuit court. However, a second member of Amalu'i staff, 44-year-old Fred erick W. Aykens, also of San Francisco, c h a n g e d bis mind about appealing and was released from jail. His sentence had been three years on probation. Aykens first aaid he would appeal the sentence, but decided not to Friday. He would havt been released fron jail one week earlier had he decided against appealing in the first place. Amalu was sentenced to four years imprisonment, and Parman three. The trio was convicted April X of conspiring and scheming to defraud hotels in Colorado and Texas, including the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs and Brown Palace in Denver. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 11th Itrctt and Slit Avtnut Moralat Worship. Sundar, Jun« » l:)i a.m. Chapel Senticr. conducted bf Norman l»n. 11:M ».ra. S»nrlr« In Sanctuary--"A Chrldlan World* Rer. (ieorjt« Thoma*. Guest Preacher Ctiirtk School rlataet thra Grade ( at » : S ffi I! FIRST Presbyterian Church Hh Avtnot at 14th Strtct Sunday, June 9 -- Worship Services 8:30 and 11 o'clock "IS THIS THE CHURCH" Rtr. Merle G. Allen, Paulor Church »cho»l for All Aget -- IMS Cotondoans Are Warned Against Bats With Rabies DENVER ill - The Stale Health Dept. Friday warned Colorado res Wants ta avoid wild bats after th« first case of bat rabies in the staU's history was reported. Aa U-rear-old southeast Dearer boy, Paul Nicitts, was undergo- Pasteur rabies treatment Friday after it was disclosed he may have contracted the disease from a small bat May 29. Dr. Martin D. Baum, chief of Public Health Veterinary Services, said Ux youngster, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nicklei, was bitten on the flagtr by the bat while playing with U. The bat later died and was turned over M health authorities by an unidentified neighbor. Tests completed Friday showed the bat to be rabid. Dr. Baum said the disease was almost unblown until a year ago when a case was discovered in Florida. Since then, he said, it has spread to IS other states and approximately 120 persons have beta bitten by rabid bats. This was thi second case of rabies reported in Colorado this year. The first, involving a dog, was reported in Grand Junction. In The Courts Pallet C»urt Benjamin Griego of 109 Sixth street, drunk and disturbance, I23.SO. Safly P. Dellerrera of 122 North Eleventh avenue, selling beer to minors, (Jg.so.i Tommy O'Doanell of 2201 Ninth, avenue, careless driving, HIM). Melvin M. Miller of Wiggins, careless driving, SUM. Elmer J. Todd of Monte Vista, careless driving. $13.50. Francisco Florei of Route 1. improper muffler and careless driving, ns.so. Gregory Pappas of 908'-i Eighth avenue, speeding. 133.50. Dtaa R. Schell of 914 Third avenue, speeding, $13 50. Buddy Lee Kiser of Route 4, speeding. $13.50. Kenneth Westman of Fort Col- CU Graduates 14 from Weld County Friday BOULDER, Colo. -- Fourteen Weld county studenti were among more than 1.500 men and women 2 South Carolina Students Freed by Reds in Hungary MCKELSDOnr. Austria IX Two South Carolina students held in Hungary since May 26 were released Friday and arrived here shortly before midnight. They are Mile A. Gilbert ol Walerboro and Warren Hair of North Augusta, S. C. awarded degrees during the lizth They told newsmen here that commencement ft the University,they had been freed from a Buda- of Colorado Friday. [pest prison at 6:30 p.m. I Those receiving degrees, their; F.scorled by llunsarian police, parents, addresses, and type of de. they were brought to this border Piaffe Higher Near Sterling STERUNO - Flood water, «,- 100 cubic feet per second, was passing down tht South Flatte Hirer at Sterling Thursday. Mountain runoff iicrmrd by unseasonably -- high temperatures in higher altitudes, is eipected to boost the flow some but not to gree are ai follows: James Grant Milne III, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Milne, Lucerne, bachelor of science in'business; Dorothy Roberta Baab, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Baab. Route 1, Plattcville, bachelor of arts; James Winslow check point and turned over Austrian authorities. , 0 i Crest of the previous floods saw , nearly 12.000 second feet here. The South Platte at Kersey hid In « note delivered Friday mom. J 71000 , fcon ; ,,,, ,, r |y Thursday hu ' " * · ' ' 1 " 1 ' ' 1 1 " garian Foreign Ministry said it was expelling the youths during the day at the Hencshaolm-Nick- The note claimed Hungary'had North st " lin * ""} Prf * iu Dawsoa, Mr. and Mr«. Elmore elidorf border cnusing point. W. Datson, 2502 Ninth Avenue The note claimed Hungary court, bachelor fef science in bu.«i« taken many steps designed to im ness; Arthur Wendell Duel). Mr. i prove relations with the United and Mrs. Oscar Duel!, 1201 Eighth! States but that there had been no street, bachelor of science in elec- U. S. rrsponie. It cited the cases which joins the Platte at Kersey. The Platte was rising west of Kersey. Saturday, June 8. 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 7 9:00 lo 1:00 f DANCE I SATURDAY, JUNE 8 I VFW POST 4334 AHIT I Eddie Spreng I and hi. "MUSICAL MOUNTAINEERS" t Modern, Polka and Square Dancing · 11.00 Donation en before ·peeled to be filled the weekend and all direct ditches in the area, in condition to receive water, are taking trical' engineering; Gary Gilbert ol two other Americans who had '*"'"· Maria laid. Linden. Mrs. Maurine Landen. (entered Hungary ilegally and is id n»ch users under North Sterling 1423 Fifteenth street, bachelor of architecture; Lydia Lee Miller, Mr. it hid "given them clemency." Mrs. Georgette Meyer (Dicky) are receiving some is being replaced in the lake by and Mrs. David Miller. U West Chapelle. a photosrapher from ITM" n ° w - La»e, bachelor of arts; Beverly C. New York City, was held morel I ''" ct °'""' lome Wlth llni Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Kel- than six weeks before her release d _'TM" .""?:.' P li'*V* ^ w " hf _ d out ·on. Route 2, Box 173, bachelor ofilait January. Richard Roraback, science in nursing. [26-year-old Phyllis Faye Peterson, Dr. and i F . er . r \ student from Dobbs Y., who was irizrd Mrs. A. E. Peterson. 1905 Nine- *"''' helping Hungarian refugees teenth avenue, bachelor of music; Susan Ann Srcbass, Mrs. Inei Secbass, 1701 Seventh avenue, bachelor of scence in business: Marilyn Sandra Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Smith. ISO? Eleventh escape to Austria, was also jailed incommunicado before he was re-| leased lait February. | Nevertheless, the Koreisn Min- from earlier floods ing water from other ditches. Sterling No. 1 ditch was being fed by excess water in the dale ditch. Marsh said. ian authorities "once aeain" would street, bachelor of arts; Robert tr ' lo * now t h t il " U P lo tne Gunnard Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. ignited States to improve relations. Gunnar S. Swanson, 1901 Seventh! 11 Promised no further action avenue, bachelor of arts- WUlilm «*»»»« Gilbert and Hair and an- NASHVILLE, Tenn. tn -- Governor Frank 0. Clement is the istrj-'a note continued, the Hungar- ,,,,,,,, of , n f w , y o r g a n i 2 f d ,,,,,., Ernest Swanson, Evans, bachelor of arts; William Lee West. Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. West. 1903 Twelfth avenue, bachelor of law; and Marvin Benjamin Woolf. Mrs. Caroline B. Woolf. 1203 bachelor of "law. nounced they would be expeUcd to Austria during the day. In the note, however, the Hungarian government charged that U. S. authorities had refused lo Ninth Vvcniie !'*' Hungarians in Washington coa- ' i t a r t the Hungarian legation. Bible class sponsored by McKend rec Methodist Church here. A Methodist, Gov. Clement is a mi-mber of the official board of the church. Denver Physician Pleads Not Of Tax Evasion Guilty Robert S. Burke of Route 1, La Salle, taking right-of-way, tt.M. Delbert L. Parsons of Route 4, stop sign, $4.50. Cevntf Court Two Evans boys, one 14 years old and the ether U, were given jail sentences of two days each in coiunty court Thursday after Judge Roy M. Briggs decreed they were juvenile delinquents. Judge Briggs found the boys were guilty of breaking locks on a Union Pacific railroad hand push ear at Erani May It. The boys broke a lock on the car one day and attempted to put the car on some tracks, then broke another lock the next day and were pushing the car up and down the tracks ' when a raliroad employee stopped them. The boys after they complete ! their jail sentences are: to be ; placed in custody of their par-! end, pending an investigation by j Ray Pope, probation officer for the · court. ' Five teen-age hoys and a girl It yeara old were placed on pro- : bation for BOI snore than two years ' by Judge Briggs. I The girl who lives on Route 3, Greeley, had been decreed a juven- j ile delinquent May « for violating criminal and juvenile lawi of the stall April S. . j Two of the boys were from Gree- ; ley. Both 1«, they were decreed 1 juvenile delinquents May 13 in connection with a breakin at Bear's Inn here April M. The other three buys placed on probation were from Gill, two being IS yeara old and one 18. They Kad been decreed juvenile delinquent! March 7 when they were found guilty of damajmg ind de- stroyinj property of School Dist. No. 17 Worth B» on April 22. DENVER -- Dr. John H. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS McVicker, 39-year-old D e n v e r physician, pleaded innocent in Federal District Court Friday to charges that he evaded payment of federal income taxes of more than 115.000. McVicker, brother of State Sen. Roy McVicker (D-Wheat KiJiei, is accused of evading tl.021 in 1950 federal income taxes. M.M.1 in 1951, $2,113 in 1952 and $4,168 in 1953. A federal grand jury indicted McVicker last January, but he wasn't arrested until he was dis- chsrged from the Army Medical Corps last month. STARTS SUNDAY COME NEXT SPRING Ann Sheridan and Stivt Cochran PLUS HIDDEN GUNS Bruct Bennett and Richard Arten r T f ii i i .... I. i--if""""-HT FLAME OF THE ISLANDS Starring Yvonne DeCarlo PLUS No Man's Woman Plus Comedy i in ii itnntiiniT SHOW FIRE MAIDENS FROM OUTER SPACE Gates Open t:4t Show at 1.00 Highway 14 --Acresi frem Country Club LAST TIMES TODAY "WYOMING RENEGADE" with Phil Carey and Martha Hytr "TASK FORCE" with Gary Cooper Alio a Color Cartoon STARTS TOMORROW Sunday, Juni I, 1957 "TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON" with Marlon Brando and Glenn Ford "PFFTT" with Judy Holiday and Jack Canon AUo a Color Cartoon · Welcome Summer Students Drire out to the Prime Rib for a delicious Sunday Dinner · Prime Rib of Beef · Broiled Steaks · Sea Foods and Fried Chicken Open Sundoy from 7:00 o.m, to 9.00 p m. Prime Rib Cafe 2501 6th Avc. -- Jult off Highway IS Mr. ond Mrs. Clyde SPOTS Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lawlor NOW! 2 HITS Kids Anytime l.'ic Adull.i 50r. Sal. 3je In 5 p.m. FIRST RUN HIT! : EXCITEMENT THAT CUMBS TO NEW HEIGHK IN THtllUI THE RIVERS EDGE LAST DAY I "A FACE IN THE CROWD" STARTS SUNDAY! SHK HUNGERED FOR V .MAN OF HER OWN! This timt sht couldn't ifferd ta let lovt put her byl LUS1 Exciting 2nd Hit!! Crceley · Exclusive First Run Down-town Theatre I BSSSS COMINH .SOON! Immanuel Lutheran Church 14th Avtnui and Lakilldt Drlv? Riv. C. M. Chrlittntcn, Paitor Schedule of Summer Service* 9:00 a.m. Mnminc Worship 10:00 a.m. Church School Welcome Summer' Students Suif Purchaser Gels $50 Surprise Bonus FT. CARSON ill -- A «oldier heir, Sp. 3 C. Daniel Murray p f i the Kh Medical Batlallion. jot a 1 real clothing bargain. | Mum)-, after fnishinj the cook's school at Ft. Riley, K a n , | was returning to Canon whea he, stopped at a store in Garden City., ' Kan. : He purthawd a suit there and whea he unwrapped bis pick if f t at Canon he found the suit wsi I , equipped with CM la currency. Hurray, a mine of Mitchell. S. D., returned the monrj-. lets IV) the store {are him as a reward. DANCE Moose Lodge 909 June 8ih-9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Six Piece ALEX SCHNEIDER POLKA ACES 75c per person .MKMMF.K.S and Cl : K.STS RAY MILLAND ANTHONY QUINN PEBRA FACET Plus! JOHN WAYNE Island In The Sky NOW SHOWING 50c to 2 P.m. IN THE MAGNIFICENT ENTERTAINMENT TRADITION of "THE KING and I", "THE ROBE", "THE SONG OF BERNADETTE"and"ANASTASIA" DEBORAH KERR-ROBERTMITCHUM' "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison" COLOR CARTOON and LATEST NEWS 1llh Avenue and 11th Street LsNeao N. Therwsll, P«ter A ii«cl*l wtlcemt lo students «nd mrnrndr viiitors. SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL . . 9:45 o.rn. MORNING WORSHIP. . . 11:00 a.m. "Successful Sttvnrdi" EVENING SERVICE . . . 7:30 p.m. · iMfJirvtlwtwl Mtwfc · l«»r»i«9 FcHowaMp "Spenrfinj to Sere Cfcriil... Crew ... Community Centered 3 ' i; Christian Selene* Church Services Eighth Ave. at 14th It. Sunday i*h«el--»:» i-m. Service--11:00 a.m. Subject--June I ·Cod Iho Only Cauaa and Creator* Wednesday Evening Teitlmonlal Meltings 1:00 p.m. Thlo (hutch l« a brach of The. Motaer C h a r r b . Tbo first Chare* et C a r t e l , Cclemlit. la Bottoa. Mais. -How Chrlitiarl Scltnco Healf" Radio TV KFKA . Channil I a.m. 1:11 p.m. i-KFKA' HEAR Important Speech.* From The Colorado Cattlemen't Association ·01h Annual Convention. GTrnwood Sprl*iga K F K A -- 1310 on your rii.il - T«da/. 4-00 p.m-- Pa»?l "Our Nro Sc^oel La*s" 4:19 p.m.-- Panel. -Wilt The Pttcord ef Perfsriranct Pr«gram IncrtaM Our Profill.- , 2:30 p m. -- Terum "Agricultural Pallcy-- ' Which Way." :cm. -- Talk, *Skullduggtry at the Crouroadl." Arthur F. Briclt, Nat I. Public fttiatiflrt Aulhorll/. 7:00 p.m. -- Pantl, "ll the Right ef Eminent Demain Nctdtd for Rrcrthtiontt Purpoees?'* ftntlj. 10:15 a.m. -- Talk "Ciobtlll In Action" - KFKA V.F.W. B E N E F I T D A N C E for Drum and Bugle Corps and Ritualistic Team to help bear expenses to Stata Encampment. Saturday, June 8 BRANNArVIAN HALL-9 P.M. Emmet Horst and his orchestra $1 per coup!« $0e ^"E 1 * admission

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