Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 3, 1955 · Page 1
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· - :·/,-' _ . jypiT.; fitiJ. to rcceffii; .'jroir . ; tafj- of ' th'r Trfbuae, an6 ' ''.en*. W u i / ' ' ' ' · VbLUMr4t^UM81K II ;-;: ORMLBY; COLORADO" SATURDAY,; DEC. I, 1WS WEIKLY/TRIlUNi ISTABLISHID 1171 Wounded Surrenders COLORADO SPRINGS Ifl .-- A wounded, former convict, -wanted for. -two Denver -service- station holdups,- was-, arrested, here" Friday-night by six officers who surrounded the" motel' in which he .was, hiding. ' ; . ' , ' ;S)i.ot. in the hack and leg by one .of his holdup .victims, .Clair E. .Iliff, 32,- :of Denver, gave up .without - a .fight. 'An 18-~year-bld 'Denver, girl with him, - was arrested. ' . . ' . ".. · . 'Iliff .was taken to' GlocVner Pen- rosi Hospital. He was suffering i from- 1 heavy: loss of -blood: , ' ..Iliff. was shot 'two hours earlier by'. Gordon Mcbaniel; . si,. as- he 'attempted to. hold', iip McDaniel's service'. station 'in . Knglewood, · Colo., a- suburb of Denver. .The 'girl, Darlene Winters, was · jailed here. Denver police said she had. dated Iliff siiicc his release from.' the. Colorado prison in October'.. : .'..".'- . _ . .,. ' · : Iliff.'was lying in bed when police, sunrouncted his motel. rQom and ordered him lo come out with his.'hands 'up. . . . · "I. won't come ' out, 1 .' he 'yelled, "ypu come in and git me." · · The 'offers threatened. to use tear gas. Iliff .'pushed Miss Winters out of-lhe first-floor window.' Moments later, Iliff. said: "I'll give up." r^He opened . the door and came out with .his h a n d s , in the : air. Police -found a .'.22 pistol and '.22 - rifle iii the room. . ' .'Officers .said Iliff has a Denver criminal": record -dating back' to 1943. . He 'was released from . the Coiordo parison t Canon City 'Oct. 20 after .serving two. years of a 3-10 'year; sentence for. grand lar- ' ceny. . ' . . - · · - . ' . ; · ' ;" . '.'Police .in' Denver, said Iliff, accompanied by the' girl, held up a - D e n v e r .service station .before, the encounter- with ' McDaniel at. .his station.. 'A,'.M. ! bahl said'-il'iff robbed ; hi m : ;of. v ,J35 : ! after": -putting jl 'worth of .'gasoline.-.in" his --.car:'.,. .^-. ,;'Dahl said; the-' girl was friendly and-appeare.d".to be taking no' part in' the holdiip'.- , , -., . ' ; ' . - : , , ' ' -· Arapahoe .county sheriff's officers';said Iliff. locked HcDahiel. in the- rest room p of 'his service- station. - ' /'.'· ' , ' · ' . . " ,· " · McDaniel -said he leaned: out .the resl'rbpm window, and. used a':.32 pistol he carried with him : .at night. · He told ; Det.j Lt. Ed McCune, "I slatted* shooting. Just then the man . ran ' out^and Climbed : into the car;' I- shot- twice .'at 'him.' I think I hit him." ! . _ ; · ' · . ' 'Police .said one;:bf McDaniel's she's .flattened a tire on Iliff's car.^-Jliff "and 'the -girl leaped but of 'thelciUY-fan into. the'-street. and . cliifibed into a car' -stopped -at' a . stop light: ' - . . , . ' · .- -'' ' . .The', driver of the , car, Dean, Sindersori, 40 of Englewpbd, la\er "' was let out near. Franktown,- about . 50 miles northeast of here. He .' was .not: harmed. ·' - . ·'. · ' · '.'." Weather ./ Temperature at 2 p.m. Saturday Was 20 degrees. ' ' Colorado -- i'artly cloudy Saturday, Saturday night and Sunday; scattered snow . flurries mostly mountains :and east-Saturday and mountains Saturday n i g h t ' and Sunday; cpjder south and east Saturday- and Saturday.. night; a little, .warnier Sunday 'afternoon; ·'low'.Sitnrday night 10 to 20 below . high -mountain valleys, -.0-10 -above north, 5-15. south; high Sunday 3040.-'. ' · ' , · ' . · ' . ' · ' : - . ' ' . " ] ' : , - ' .Wyoming'-- Partly.cloudy Satu'r-' day', .Saturday night and Sunday; scattered light snow .Saturday mos'tly.mquntains and cast portion and mountains Saturday .night and Sunday; locally coldeer Saturday night; colder south portion 'east of Divide Saturday; warmer Sunday; low Saturday night · 5-15 below mountains, 5 below to 10 above elsewhere; high Sunday 20-30. ,- -.New." Mexico -- Considerable -cloudiness with occasional Ifght snow flurries mountains, and northeast Saturday.- afternoon · and extreme ..- northeast. Saturday -'night; othervrc'se partly g cloudy- -Sa'.u'rdsy afternoon clearing Saturday night; Sunday .'fair, east, ( increasing, high . cloudiness, wesl; : moderate, winds east 'and' south Saturday; "much colder i.east -iand 'south : Saturday and 'Saturday, night; low Saturday night 10-20 north, 20-30 south; high Sunday. 30-40 north,- 40-50 south. Fbbtfeall;:Scbres : .., ··' Final:.Duke 6, North Carolina 0. . Half: Ixmgmont 20, Colorado Springs 0. ' . ' - ' - ' - - '- .: : Janet.Leigh Expecting;-; i .HOLLYWOOD Ifl ^ jatjet. Leigh and Tony'Curtis 'are', expecting a .baby in early summer. .It : will be the. first^ child .for the movie .couple.. Now 'picture making in .Europe) "'.they vcabled the ."news', to, friends, here, ; '"·'. ' - . ] ( ' · . SHOPPING: bAYS;LEFf; r -i- Hijp Fight Ti -- -·vy ChfWmoi SWib^J Greeted Here byOyeM : Santa Claus arrived in- Greeley Saturday', morning, at 8:30, in -nis rocket ship X-]OO..He.came}iri from the north; on Eighth 'avenue, , toured, the business. section of Greeley, and landed at'the bandstand in Lincoln park.- : .. ., , "· · :. : :/ . T .; Over 700 children; accompanied by 300-400 parents, talked Jp Santa during^ his brief stay. »t .the -bandstand. AIT the children were-given candy canes by the'Betail :Trades Committee. of the Greeley -Chamber of Commerce, i i ."· ... f ^ , · : .The rocket ship, Escorted th'rough town :by.' a. police : car, was -27 feet in, length and : was eight. feet. wide and'.eight:lrorn top (b, bottom. . ' : Arrangements .for the. ship..and visit were hahdiedrby Clint Mayer, secretary of: the Greeley Chamber of Commerce:- Members of the 'HT ' : ' ' · .. Gambles; ',and.''Art. st't'tt of. 'Montgomery' Wards;' in:handing ,out the candy, . C6mfnittee"ch'aifman Hpm= er'.Brown of ^McDonalds' was-also. on hand to pass'but tandy. ' i. : ' By.THE'ASSOCIATED'PRESS -Skies were partially'clearing in Colorado and. -Wyoming Saturday in Ithe 'wake of a .moisture-laden sjornVwnfchrburiedi parts .of Wyoming under,-li;inches'of snow. : :Still;he"a"vier anipupts feeil in the high rmouhtairiv.areas. East-west highways acrpss.-the Continental Divide were '-"closed by-'the heavy faii. ..." -:.-.-".;.'" .'. ··'. ·.'.'". "' The storm;, and'." : cold' front '· billowed over, the; two-sfate.'area-dur- ing t h e - night, · accompanied by frigid .temperatures.'-The\ low .during th'e night.'.was; 3'above'.zero The coldest" spot in the .nation was at Cut-Bank", Mont;,: where "it was 12 below; zero.' - / . - v: . - · ' ' - - : .: The'heaviest"snowfall 'recorded \vas'-14 -inches a t : Lander, .'Wy^o. Other, airfounts. in. Wyoming -.included 6 inches, at - Casper;' Douglas and Sheridan; 8 inches.;at Rock Springs, 4 inches at Cheyenne .and Rawlins''and'5 inches'at Cody. {'. The , Wyoming; Highway , Patrol said'roads throughout ,'that i slate were '/'kept',-bpen,'"""despite' some, blowing -.snow..-/., , : . ] ' O n e to 6 In'che'i. of · snow · covered northern';-Colorado, including 3 inches at Denver. Light sprink- Jin'gs of white stuff- were dusting sections" of,the area.again Sa'tur-, Further to .the south, scattered s'now- and Drains'. were reported in New Mexico.-; ·· - · '·''· . . ! ' Maihim'iinV and "minimum temperatures for-the-24-hour- period ended Saturday,-rnorning included: Denver, 33-13,'-Colorado'Springs 42-14, .Trinldad'W-M, ^Leadyille;^ 3,-.Craig .32-J5,. Pueblo 47-23, ta Junta '45:21, Alamosa 36-20J Grand Juhctiorr 41-28'. . · · *'.' .·'.," Warring Voiced Aboiil. . Frost pn Windshields "Lt.'"Earrp! Tpwiing', assistant chief of '.police,'- reported ,Saturday Jie had received some, complaints ·regarding cars, being-driven with the windshield and rear'glass being cpVereu'^ith'-frost.':'- 5 : . '·'·':- '*···· '· Tdwning'observe'd this was'a dan= gerous} pra.clice and .said the law requireVal^gla's's' in vehicles fp'be clear at-all timc£ for good visibility.' .-'· .', ." '··'-' . . -··· " ' .The assistant police c h f c f ' a l s o cautioned drivers that they.should drive wHh care,with the city streets as slick as lhey,are at 'present, par-- trcularl'y 'ji.the-n'iornings^and evenings. He.'said six trarfic'iccidents hVd; occurred.here. Friday r ;due to the_ condition o f t h e streets, j; ;; ve Fallout in Sform Ga. Tech Students Burn Governor iniffigy for^rilf f i Segregation Plan lo Keep Team Out of Bowl s'ATLANTA IB -- Hundreds-of excited Georgia Tech' 'students burned Gov. Marvin Griffin in effigy early Saturday in protest against 'a racial -segregation proposal which- would, keep Tech's football team from playing in the Sugar Bowl Jan.-' 2.- . ' · , The- students, estimated- by police lo number 2,500,' hanged a dummy .labeled ."Griffin" from a tree on the Tech campus, then marched two miles lo Five Points -- ' t h e heart of Atlanta's business district. . ' .. . . . Another dummy was strung up to a metal street light post and ignited while the students chanted "burn'- him, burn him." 'Signs 's'ay- ing. '.'Down- with Griffin," "Griffin Boo-boo's : again}," 'and "We- play anybody", were carried in the crowd.: Several other dummies also were burned before daybreak. .'About 500 other students staged a: demonstration at the governor's mansion . several miles' distant. ' T h e demonstration- occurred* a few hours 'after the governor upgcd that state schools not- bb' allowed to engage in contests with teams having'. Negro players on ' their rosters - or where segregation is not ' required among ^spectalors. ^In'^.telegr'am to Chairman -Roberl O;" Arnold, .the- governor asked for -an-, immediate meeting-'of th'e board |o£ regents to. act on his request.' ., .. -^ ' · . ·''Georgia -Tech has "signed 'a contract ,' to, -play /Pittsburgh 1 in the Suga'r-.'Bdwl.at New 'Orleans:' R e- s'erve- halfback- Bobby" G rier'r'a' Ne'- grb^'is; on · the 'Pittsburgh 'scjuad. And. Sugar Bowl officials have -announce^ that the school may. sell tickets- in" its section o£ the stadium" to whom ever it wishes.' ' President Blake Van Leer - o f Georgia' Tech" declined co'm'merit Friday 'on the 'governor's : telegram.- Later, ."· however, h e : "told John Erp, Chicago -KBC sports ed- ilor,". in a · telephone ' inlerview: "I'm" 60 years .old .'ud : have never broken a -' contract, and I'm not going to' break one now."'" -- - '. 'That was . a n - indication that (Jeorgia '-Tech -probably will play the game. . -.: ·; ; . · / If the -regents · adopt Griffin's proposal now ''or later, however, it'wilUmean a drastic. curtailment of intersectional athletics-' at both Georgia Tech and-'the.'University of. Georgia. It also would eliminate both. .schools 'from consideration for any future bowl ga'me and for all games or tournaments sponsored by', the' Rational Coltegiate Athletic Assn. . - ' Bobby Dodd,. 'Georgia Tech athletic -dircclor :an'd head football coach,- declined comment.. t · Griffin's .proposal-. was termed "ridiculous and - asinine" v *by · regent David Rice, Atlanta'conslruc- tion man. Quimby Mellon Jr.', a newspaperman. and,, regent i from Griffin, suggested'; that : Georgia Tech.' be allowed to fulfill its contract with the Sugar Bowl. but -proposed that the regents adopt, future, policy in line with, the governor's wishes. ' -Arnold, reached at Mobile, .Ala., said .both Georgia Tech r and Georgia football teams have played, against. Negroes a n d . i t would be "no .innovation" If Pittsburgh used a Negro in the Sugar Bowl game. UN Assembly Unanimous for Alomifof;Peace (.i, UNITED . NATIONS, N.' Y-^IB-The .U. N^ Assembly unanimously call Saturday ' ' f o r ' the cr'e'Miori "without delay!'- 'of .an inlerrialion- al alonis-for-Deace agency.. H' Approved ··· broad p r o g r a-m to achieve this goal next yeat;' '.' ' The Soviet- Union'' voted'/' til' the United States for Ihe'prbgi X' 11 '- B "l' the : ,Russians ."served. nottcV'fhey will push their proposals to put the agency within the; framework of the U.'N. when the negotiating powers '- meet to -work out an agency constitution, .-'.-. , The United States, -which favors a .' locici-connection r between '. the agency kid'the U. j^., ahnouB^ed the'negoj'.ating conference will begin nexv/'jan. 23. 'It is expected to'.be :(i(;ld in .Washington, -where the planning - for the. agency 'has centered ,sln« President Eisen- Save's Ditch Digger SAN. FRANCISCO Ifl -- A rairi- soakcd wa|l of"' an.-li-Jool : sewer ditch collapsed Friday and buried William McKnight, 42. He -was saved by fellow "worker- Alfred Aicardi, 34, who leaped into the ditch and 'clawed the mud from his face so he could breathe.- McKnight was freed after 30. minutes. " . 13 Are Burned to Death in Train Crash ··BARNES, England W-- A train packed with homeward bound theater-goers crashed into a standing freight-train in this London suburb, Friday night and burst into' a sear-" ing mass':of!flames. Thirteen persons burned to death,'''and 35 were injured. ' . - . . . ' . .Twelve hours later; 11 of the dead still were unidentified. Two of the victims were young children.. Railway'officials said JS persons tvere detained in Hospitals-arid 19 others had bee'n treatedvahd sent home.. ·· . ' " - . · " ' . · The electric - train', carrying I'j) passengers .from London's west end fb their homes'in .the -Thames Va'i- Icy 'ripped inlp . theVr^ar., of the freight train jiist 'outsi'de .Barnes Station.'Barnes is 8 miles west'of central London. ;·' '·' ; The first coach overturned and dug a-path along'an "embankment. The collision shprled-tlie car's power circuit.'.There was'a moment's silence, -and' 1 then "'.the -crumpled eoach exploded into flames. ' ·'.'.' ·Screams 'of .the trapped 'a'nd:ih- jured sounded above :the roar 1 of the fire. Railroad workers.and uninjured passengers tore .at the wreckage-wilh.toare hands.'The injured they could remove.were talc- en .to houses along the tracks. -. .-.The accident occurred . belnw a highway bridge. Firemen ' fought the flames from 20 feet above the wreck. Fire. melted the asphalt roadway -surface . about - the firemen and -heated .the- steel bridge girders a glowing read.- · . Mrs..'Anthony Alcock," w h o . e s caped with her husband -from tije flaming coach, said:' . · . "Everyone behaved magnificently. I believe everyone in bur compartment got out. It was too late to help anyone, else.-.We'all lost our shoes/as wc-'ran 1 blindly for safety cross .the live' rails."' : George Peters, 1 -a 55-year-bid off- duty railway engineer, was riding i n ' t h e third coach. He said his one thought was to c u t - o f f the electric'current-- " ' " : ·'.- "IU was a nightmare"," Peters said, '"I threw a .rod across the rails and cut off the power but the 'damage haul- been done .'by then.". ' ", ' - . . .' Police Constable Thomas Oliver hacked his way into the engineer's cabin, and pulled out the trapped' engineer; Bill Flanders.; Passen- .gers. outside screamed . as . Oliver collapsed in the-intense heat, but cheered'and sobbed as they saw him rise and drag Flanders out. Carl Gray Jr. Dies'.'....' ·'- ST. PAUL, M i n n . ' -- ' G e n ' Carl R. Gray'Jr.,'66, former railroad executive and director of the U.S. Veterans Admiiiistraiiori, "who"' had served as-execu'live'vicc president of'the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis Omaha' Railway.'and 'vice president of the Chicago -North Western Railway, died .Friday. ByTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS Radioactive fallout was reported' in falling snow Saturday at Den ver: and : -in fresh snow t h a t : fell in'tlie'Helena, Mont. ; 'are» a week BO. .Physicists; at the .University of Colorado Medical Center said .their instruments' 'recorded . a barely detectable'Varnount of radioactive fallout as snow began in Denver Friday night.' . . ' · · ' ' ' ' -!' 1 ' ' In'-Helena,- Norman J. Holter president. of .the Holler, Research Foundation Laboratory,.said-radioactivity-was recorded in snow that fell .Nov. 26. '-.. ';. ;' I n : a report-to-Science Services News letter, HoKer said: - ."Hslena shows radioactivity-de- ray definitely characteristic o f ; a recent nuclear 'explosion. Presumed " Russian since no -'recent American' :tests. Intensity .well within safe-limits." . ·".. ',On Nov. 23,.the 'Atomic Energy Commission announced Russia-had detonated . Us largest nuclear, device.'. It- was. forecast that; fallout From ther- explosion · might he detected Li. far. remote .areas of the Northern Hemisphere.'! : v . . ! Holter said his report' to Science Service was delayed to obtain "statistically 'adequate decay data.". . H e explained;to:a reporter that Lhe'te'st was made from fresh snow because normal snow.can be radioactive withouU-any bomb explosion anywhere'due:to the normal radioactivity in the a i r : . ' · ' ; . . ; ' Holler recorded -radioactivity 'in Montana .rain:-last May. " ··' .'.'-: ···' '--^-- . ·'. .'\ hower put his historic . atoms-for- peace proposal-' lo Ihe.U. N. Assembly Dec. 8, 1954. ·;..;: ....-The Assembly also by.unanimoii vote established a scientific committee to study. .the -effects ,of a'fpmic radiation. This 'wound up for 1 this year: the Assembly consideration of' proposals ' dealing with using "the 'atom for peace. The U. N. still -is debating 'control of the atom as -'part of disarmament plans.. , .-.. '... ., : Some'delegates privafely'poinied out ''this" Scientific Committee' wilf te especially useful in' view, of wide-range reporjs -of radiation faulting from the gigantic nuclear blast set off by* the Soviet Union recently! ' · · ·' ' '· · ' GETTYSBIIRG, Pa; Ml.'-l House Republican*. Leader 'Martin -voiced belief after* a 'talk with' President Eisenhower" -' Saturday · 'that' Uie President "'will' go after -avsei;britJ term '"for the' 'world's', sake" ' if his'-doctors'-apprbve'; 7 ·':;'* : ·'·' ' M a r t i n 'also -told reporters '.tie hopes Congress' cari. put' 1 through -a tax: cut next. year-, that will benefit "the so-called -liltle fellow." He said, however, .this can be done only if the'budget is balanced. ' '.The. veteran Massachusetts con gressman g a v e , his views. in -reporting 'on -a. 45- minute conversation -with Eisenhower, who then went into another closed . session with 'Senate Republican .leader Knbwland of California. ; ' f · · Martin stressed, that his second- term-views were his own. He said he did. not discuss the question with the. President. -But Martin's opinion almost exactly paralleled the one expressed .by Republican National Chairman' Leonard .W. Hall after a meeting .wilh the chief executive -last Monday. · · - . : In'' addition, : Martin referred to Kisenhower's West Point training a n d said: · · : ; · · - . , ' i .'.'.'At West Point they, teach. you to servfi your country when your country calls." " · : . , - . . - . Martin said his talk with Eisenhower .was devoted mainly-to .the legislative program for the coming sesiion of: Congress.' He -said - h e a n d ) the Chief Executive talked over these issues ."juii '"as a start" on the next session's GOP program: · ' . l.'High construction. Martin 'confirmed the - administration . is willing ' to abandon its program of financing ·' t- large-scale highway expansion substantially by borrowing and will -seek a compromise with' the Democrats on some. sort of 'pay-as-vou-go' .plan. . . . 2.,- School . conslruction. Martin said'it's obvious the federal gov- . ° r a « Q t ' b (o pay:a hjg?cr^h of tchool costs. than in the. past. 3. Tax reduction.' He: said -this should : be possible, if the butiget is balanced snil . added the Republicans "want lo make sure the so-called -little' fellov; .gets his chance - a t it." - . · · " · . - .: 4:: International 'trade. He said (he -President 'is dele"rmincd to ex pand trade under the tariff powers granted, .him at . the last session of Congress. , ', ' S. Farm problems^ Martin laid the difficulties Ihnist on farmers by fslling- prices will "get'action" at the 1356 session of Congress. He" did lujt give, any d e t a i l s . . ' · Martin, ah early . advocate of waging . next' year'i ' campaign mainly .on .television, said he was confident Eisenhower could, run in 3956 without "Over-exertine him- elf.- - . ' , . ' ; ..·'.-..-;' - --: · He ''said -he thought "Wo or three addresses" t; on television would, be all the President need do to gain re-election.* -j^ ! I' ' " , 3rd of inch Moisture in 2-Day Storm Here Appear 10 Yule Concert Injuries Blamed on Storm Hazard Seven, persons we re Injured in 'our'of nine traffic accidents which occurred in the county Friday all )f which were due n some degree 0 hazardous driving condilions re sullmg from the snow storm the highway patrol''reported Saturday. - T h e injured'were Belle A. Rogers, 62, of Denver, Kathryn H.'Ba ]er, 40, and Mrs'.'. John Ilappel, 49 xrth'of Cheyenne, Esther Aragon, 17, Vera Louise Hill, 40. of Denver, and Dellb Lyckma:i, 71, and Walter Lyckman,.60, .both of Ssn Acacio, Colo. . ' . : -; . ' .: - : - D.nv.r .Woniin «idly Hurt ·. Belle A. Rogers suffered a dis location of the. left hip, numerous pelvic fractures and shock ui a one car .accident-at the junction", of U S. 83 and Coloradb.60 about 5:30 p m..Friday. She was a d m i f t b d - t o :he, Weld -county general hospital here, where her'condition was re ported as "fairl'-Saturday: 1 '. . .The Denver womsn was a pas icnger in a 1950 'Mcrcii'ry sedan driven by her.husband, Albert C Rogers, GO. ; Rogers observed a ilghway patrol car arid fusee on tne ihoujder.of the road near-lhe juhc lion and applied his car's-brakes The vehicle went into aTskicl Snaking 1 a".complcte circle'In .the road. Mrs..Hogers was thrown but »nd under the car and was. hit by the riglil'rear'whecl, The car wa damaged an .estimated-$75.. State Patrolriian. CSeorge 'Miller invi^li ga'ted the accident. . , J Sehoil. Bus Hit in R»r 1 Miller had parked his patrol car atl.the-.juncllon 1 to. investigate 'a rear-end -.collision .batween a 1951 Ford rialtivule'.CdnsolidaleU school bus .driven by. Andrew W 1 . Hoffman 45, of Platteville, and : a.'1948 Chev. rolet;2-door sedan driven rjy Mary Ramirez, 29, of.Gilcrest, which oc cv(rredat-4:3Q'p.m. 1 Friday;: . '.' ; ·-Esther "Aragon. i.was ;a : pissenge; in;' the nanilrez machine"*"a'n'd" iii cuYred'a fractiirej r'iiht "afra'and a cut eye when the'Gilcrest wprnah's c a r ' h i t . f h e .'r'ear^end of the bus The girl was : treated f o r ' h e r in juries at the hospital here and dis miss«d. . f . · ' . ' , ; . . .The.'school bus had stopped at lh{ junction to .dis'chargc :some :chil- dren.^The'car,- following, "was iuv able to'stop m;time';to avoid hitting the bus. The 1 bus Vas damaged'ar estimated.'$150." - ' " " ' · - ' ' '.''Kath'ryn Baber.'reqeived''libera- tions on her face.and'b'ruises' in a collision a half mile nortli of here on U/S. 85 at 7:20 p.ih. Friday.' She was treated'at. the county general hospital here arid dismissed. Mrs. Happel; suiftted bruises 'on."ner he"ad and left side in the same'acci- denl.' , - ' " · ; . ' ' The Bsber car, a 1955 Ford,'was proccding's'ou;h wilh^Mrs. Happel as a passenger. Hei machine collided w i t h ' a northbound, 1946 De- ·Sotp driven by Leonard-B, Plage inan, v 60,-pf Aulti'.. - . - . - Cniy'tnn* Car Skldi The Cheyenne car sliu! into Plageman's . machine,. traveling 69 feel from the point of :]pipact before stopping and throwilig the driver out. It was damaged an estimated $100. Plageman's 'vehicle . $300. Stale Palrolman^Harokl Chase Investigated the''accidcn|. The other .three injured persons were hurt in a" one-vehicle accident two'miles .west'and i/10 mile north of Fijestone on U. S'. 87 at 9 a.m. F;riday. '·'. ' · ' · · . ' ' " . Vcra Louise Hill incurred bruises and cuts on her'right thfgh'. Dellp Lyckman suffered a blood clot under her scalp.' Walter Lyckman sustained a fractured pelvis. All three wort taken lo St. Vrain's hospital at Longmonf. ' The Hill woman was driving 19.54' International pickup · north, with the Lyckmans as-passengers, and Iost r con!rol of the .vehicle"on the'icy road about two miles north of the junction of U. S. 87 and Colorado 52. The pickup skidded,'off the road on' the east-side, and turned over. : ·', It ..Wii- damaged : - an estimated $150. Stale Patrolman Clare W. Elliott investigated the.accident. A 1948 Ford sedan driven by Robert C.-TwissJ 4 4 , - o f Fort Luptori, was damaged $150 ahd-a"l948 Plymouth sedan driven by Elizabeth 0, Conley, 52, also.of Fort Luptp'n, $35 in u rear-end collision south pi Fort Luptori on old U.-S. 85'at 10:45 p.m. Friday. ' "-''·.- ·. ' .: ' . · The Conley woman was'driving south ,pn the Icy roid and,'in preparing' to make a left turn, pulled o f f . o n - the right shoulder of the highway and slopped to permit a northbound 'Uis to pass. Twiss came up behind ^the stopped rar and applied -his brakes hut his ' vehicle nit'the .machine in front. The acci dent was investigated by Slate Pa trolman Loyal B. Warner. . . . ..' A 1951 Studebiiker sedan driven by Boyd W. Young Jr.', 28, of Swink. was damaged $150 and a 1853.In- ternational pickup driven hy Pclcr J. Kelly, 58, of I .i Salic,' $50 in, a (ConUnued CA Pi^a.]]} The Annuil Chriitmn Muiieil by Hi. CSCE 'conc.rt. choir, 'di- rict*d by Prof. Carl G. Mtlandir, top, will b« giv.n Sund«y:nl«hl it .8:15. at rh« th«it«r In Frul.r · Hull. ,Dr. J. E. Chidwlck, lowtr, proftiior of muile, ilio f\\\ pl«y *n .ergVn .»olo, i f^irch R«lljl«ui«. ina Are Announced 'Electrical' appliances .with- a total'! cash lvalue/of' $3V8, will'', be a warded, to. winners "of ".the. Chfist- mps; hbmc-lightihg 1 contest, .sponsored /by 'the .. Greeley Electrical f-' e »i« e / ' ( : .,"V'-:-' v i '.,'.:': i ". : '..Don .Kerdman, ipresident-of the league f a n d . chairman :of -the. contest, 1 said Friday; tHat ^he 'grand, prize, -awarded oh an, overall basis to the'hom'c considcrpd best. decorated 'fo'r-all three: districts, 'would be a n , electric: clothes:drypr. The first prize fcr-.'tlic'win'ncr'ln each'of 'the 'three. areas · will bb Sunbeam mixraaster. 1 The Jsc'cbnd place'wiiincr 'in each area will-be awarded a Gcno'raT Electric' skillet. 'liiiies : of the : 'contcst':s'falq . Uiat only one prize will be" awarded to any 'one contestant, ' ' . ', , . Entry · blanks' are .'appearing 'in ,h.c Tribune and, entries miist he sent if) -po'st office box' 437 and postmarked 'not later than mid-. night Dec: 17.' '. . . . . " ' . : " · The- contest -is -limited, to -home's in the city^of Grcerey : and school district .six, 'and the. overall -area las been divided into three smaller areas as-follows: . /' . · 'V. Area oiie: ; East of U.-S; highway 85" and Eighth avenue. ' ' . Area-two: West of U.S. highway 15 andi Eighth '.avenue and/soulh of Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street' riclng extended' west to "the school district boundary.. . . ,-Arca,,lhrc'c: .West 'of highway. 85 and Eighth, avenue. and ; north.'of Sixteenth street, with Sixteenth street being extended wcsf'Urlhc school- district boundary. ... ' Lighting :displays,.must~be . out- floors -and'he'lighled from 6:30 .to 11 p.m. during the period of judg ing, .which will be Dec.- 18 to and including Dec.- 24. : · · :.'. · : - Displays ^il! -be -jiidged-'ori the followirig basis:' .General 'artistic effecli 50 points; conformity · to Christmas spirit, 30 'points; originality, 20 -points · and ingenuity 'in using -surroundings, 10 points: · . -The list, of ji-dges, who will be froni/oufside'Greeiey,- will be announced later. . , . : , . _ .'. . :-' Members : of Ine league, participating Jn : the contest are the Abbett : Electric '-company; ' Consumers -Oil- company; l Greeley Hardware; Greclby Maytag Appliance company; Hcrdman .Elcc: fric company;' Honie,. Light and Pbwcr'cbmpany; Mitchell Electric and' Sheet Metal company; .Oliver Well Works, rtcpp 1 .'^ Inc., Rocker's Furjjriure company; Shyrock Electric; Weld . County, Garage, 'appliance .department and. Joe -Mon- Soid- appliances. · .· r · ' · 'Other "chairmen on the- contest committee are K?jl Foulk,, judges; J. B. -Jones, entries; Tom Bergseid and Don Humphrey, prizesl'uj -. . , Windsor Gets Most; Snowfall r --^l Covers County Weld county Saturday morning lad.receivediup.to six inches "bf- inow from the storm which brought ight.snowfall tb'some'plabes in thi county late Thursday night and ear; y Frid ay - a nd -, covered ' th e · entirii' . area Fndu^ gh' Greeley, Eaton, .Windsor, -Johns-: own a n d " Nuim "all - had betweeil' ' ive and .six inches of snow,' ihcludi' uig ampunU 'measured 'at 8 aim:-, Triday.^ .' -'. . - ' . . · : ' : - : ' : " ; , . M Inch'of Melihir*'.-··": .·'.'- '··' The -Public i Service. ·' station - In' : Greelcy - measiired « total of ! ^3 of an inch of moisture in the snow.,Of ' hat amount. .28;'cam'E in the':snoiy--'. : all Friday night. The Great West- ' era..Sugar company, factory-here " ·eportert .04 of in inch of rholsiure 'riday'rnqrriirig" and '.17 o£ an inch.' more Sa'tu'rday:.moraing: . ' V : ;·:·· Water., content.-in. the snow,-at points . outside . Greeley'" in ,· VVeld county;ranged frorh .08-of.an inch up to .43 of. an'.Inch recorded at the' iu'gar-'factory-in..Windsor.'Friday. ' ind Saturday, mornings. . , ' ; _ ' . ; '-"-; SIlp'iHirir R«a'di'Ca'ui« .Aecid«ni»: .Slippery snow-packed'streets.ancl, highways, resulted in jiumerous.ac- - cidents, slowed :'dowipS traffic' apd . [erierally caused a rash of difficul- ics for rnptonsts'. Tlie state patrol . ' nvesllgated'-nlne accidents''in-the ! ' Greeley area Friday, four of which, '· resulted in a total of seven, iojor- ·· s. . - . · - · ' - ' " . ' . :'j" .The stork-resulted in'fufihe^inv"" srovemeriV in'the water supply'out- look'for'next year's growing.sea-" son. Heavy snowfalls were reported all along the' mountains'. from "tbi Wyoming border'down to Ne'w'-Mei- ' . ico,; ··· . . " . ' ' - . · - . . ' : . ' . -.'-~-* : . ..Mountain snowfalls in .the : n'ortB. ern part bE ihc state u»cludei sbi inches at Red Feather lakes," ribrth' west of Fort Collins, and 8Ji' inches ' at -Estes -Park, with'four-tenths '61 an inch of moisture 'si the latter,;.--,-.. .S«y»n Storm» .Ski'ee Oct. 1' '';. . l"Sinca"Ocl,'.l.Greeley has had sey-: in-slprms. bringing niolsture'in' Ui« form of ;rain : 'or:snp'w. Anjearlier · Stprrh left .severi^Iriches' o f - s n o w ' ' , ; ' here.-A year ago the Greeley'afea. hadonlyscattered, light ariibunli of moisture.during the fall and-no substantial snow, fell until'the ;day after. Christmas'.; -...-' . i''.''.;.;. 1 .-. Molitur« Around Av«r«9« or AbeV» ·;, Total- moisture ..measured "here 'during Noyemncr a'raountQd to.'J,4« laches' '.at the'. Public^ Service '.station arid 1.19!Inches at the;'s'ugar factory, i Thnse'amounts'; plus mojs- . turc received in.the current:slorm,V boosted the station's .-total .fojitfie :. year to' 14.24 inches ,-and ; the fac-: lory's to 11.40 inches. Grecley's average rainfall for the year is around 12.45 inches.- .- .' ·. - . ' . ;.j;.. · The' : sky; was cloudy'-,to partly- cloudy in . t h e - county ..Saturday morning. Snow had stopped falling - eyerywncre._ Temperature around 8. a.m.. wore.sii;' to eight .degrees above zero. The Public Service station had eight .degrees 'above at T " a'.m. Friday's.highlit tha'.'staflon was 30 degrees ''. - ; : . ^ -; - Low temperatures, ^snow -arid 1 '' ·' wind were "forcca'st for-Colorado during' the. weekend. 1 .Early :Ejatur- '· dayj Graver, "-with three .inches 'of. new snow, ·.w;as'-fhe-.only\ place |ia '· Weld wHere the wind w^s .blowing and the snow.drlfting. Enough snow, fell everywhere;in '.the county to make conditions' : ripe 'for 'ground Blizzards.. .,-. ' - . / *.;'.-. i . r -.'.' : Lisiht.jt Snow.ln South Wtld.-, . ' Lightest: snowfall '-in'- fhe.'cbunty. generally was along -the sdutHeni. . Ddge, with Fort Lu'pton and Keeries-' · burg each gelling'two to two and.a half inches, "and from Briggsdal* east. i " .: .. - - :- ': . ' Briggsdale reported only two ' Inches and New Flayem three." Noiie of these . places got t snow of. any' cprisequeric« u'nlil Friday night;"-', '.. Kuner, cast ^f Greeley, 'also re-' " ported only two and a halif inches.. The sugar factory at Brighton/ ' just over the southern boundary : o| -.' Weld, reported two and a half^ln- , ' ches' of snow and .13 of an inch of moisture. · . . " : . · " ' . · '~ . : . : ': · PlattevUle's snowfall was set. a t ' ; Other ^precipitation reports Sat* urday, including Measurements fdr [he two d Jys, were: Johnstown, .34; ' Keenesburg, .10; Tiunn,'.22; Ealon. .25; Briggsdale, .10; New Rayrrier, Chief in; Accident \ '· ,-. : - 'F'AIRBOHN;: Ohio Lfl ' -- Like olher cities throughout the nalipn,:' Fairborn observed Safe':.Drivin'g .' Day\ And it had a special sighifl- cance for Police Chief'J. M.-JIc- Calla; He was involved in-the first accident, of-.the d a y - -: ' _ z miribf one, fipwcyer. ; - · ; ' - . Mu«lltr Nam*ito .NE\V. YORK -- Ray C. ;Mueller, Jreel.ey certified public, accountanj, lasbecn.narned to" the membership, commiltee. of the American. Ins'ti- u't'e j)l Accountants,.: the .national irofessional CPA society announced " lera today. .- .'?;.-· !. u . ';';· ·'

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