Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 23, 1961 · Page 4
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4 GREEUCY THIIUIN'E Mon., Oct. 23, 19(11' Woman Killed, 40 I n j u r e d As Theater Roof Collapses M01IEST M A I D E N S coiling came down. Ho said, "I.hfa loud noise nd looked up .nd vic(.parlyta, _9,7I6,000 card-car- try TtaiScvW Union has,, pcpu- NEW OHI.EANS (AP)-A two-, Tlie Ions of rubble killed one! fool lliick coiling ol stool' nnd woman and injured at li-nst 40i .,,, , h ,, nlov k. E oors. i . . . . . , , , . Amid the liowl of sirens. inullcr rious s plnslcr crashed dos'n \villi n noise 1 "like a l)ig drum" in a neiglv borhood (heater Sunday night. We Are Now Wrecking A 'S3 '53 '51 Buick Pontiac GMC 2-ton Truck '54 Dodge '56 Chevrolet '56 Dodge '51 Cadillac Blackies A u t o Paris 312 H i l t Avo. El, 2-3122 of several thousand CH- ilors nnd NIC sweep of searchlights, firemen dug with picks into .T one-fool thick ciirpct of concrete spread like n huge blnnkcl over nlxint Ilirce-fourllis of llie seats in the Nola llionter. Mrs. Helen Miller, w l w lives ncarhy, Raid: "I've scon nt least 15 people carrier! out already nnitj many of Iliem scrrn lo he unconscious." Another woman, speaking jerk-, ily with tension, lold how it «;is insiilc the crumpling llicnler. "I heard a noise like a hig' drum and 1 looked back," she said. "1 looked hack and the wall! near the projection booth was f a l l - j .ing in. ! ' "Then, (lie roof came iluwn." I The collapse c.iir.o at fi:M p.m.. five hours after Iho lliealer |ran part way and crawled part way out of the theater." Outside the wrecked theater, a huge 'pall ot dust dimmed the moonlit sky and swirled through 'the bright beams of police spot- saw the roof falling. "I screamed and screamed and mped under the scat. And I screamed some more as all this stuff fell on top of the scat. "Dust nnd dirt foil on me and 1 choked. It was all over in a tying members. ote · Membership has grown by about! llalion of about 216 million, 2V4 million since the 20th congress ir. 105C, at which Premier Ktirush- cliev denounced Stalin, Tilov re- I ROME--Imports from the U. S. in the first five months of this year totaled $391.5 million, an In- . couple mwiccl |xlicc squads to keep thel c r ' i n K curious back. Police and fire leadquarlers called v units from all parts of New Orleans. They sealed off the area. Through the jam of people, parents hunted frantically for children they took lo the movie and left inside. One of those children told the Associated Press about il: "1 was sitting with my brother and my cousin," soitl 13-year-old Idalean Monlelaro, "when I heard congress, reported Friday the So- ce , -i uorled.-He added there are 290,001 cr " sc of H l* r cent ovcr party organizations in the coun. same period last year. Card Carrying Communist's Top N i n e M i l l i o n Greeley Plumbing and Heating ICompany^^ JOHN C. TAYLOR, Own«r Wo Specialize In Repair Work PROMPT A N D E F F I C I E N T S E R V I C E BE PREPARED WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE Sealed-Charge BATTERIES A L L SIXES IN STOCK SA95 12-V Exchange 6-V E x c h a n g e $13.95 TWO Y E A R G U A R A N T E E S ANTI-FREEZE 1 $f 69 PER GAL - Not Installed RAPP'S GAS * 2601 10th St. * 2445 8th Ave. Y o u r U. S. Royal Tire Battery Distributor "The next time lie rings, it's your turn---I've got batlle fotigua!" ipenct! Us doors for a showing oPmatcd 100 to 200 persons were IIP film "Homicidal." inside. The theater is located on busy' Police Capt. John SpDnn Jr. i. Claude Ave., about five miles said apparently the steel mesh rorn downtown New Orleans. \began breaking up and the ceiling The reason for the foil-in waslpeolerf off and down like a blan- wl immediately determined. The kct, falling about 35 feet. ceiling is Ihe part of the Within one hour after the crash oof that wont down lo Ihe spats-- Ipolice rcporled all persons had lastei -been removed from the steel nifsb and concrete pla covering that piled about 12 inch-j s deep on Ihe scats below. .digging in a double-check, par- the theater. Jiut, firemen returned to their ·s deep on Ihe reals below. '.digging in a double-check, par- Police said the m a I e r i a miculnrly in the left front section veigbcd several tons. They esli- of U:s theater where the debris \ t i i-iTY--- t 1 '' 01 ' "P ^ 1G inosl STOCK inn.m ;us Michael Lcnz, a 7-ear-old boy was a loml noise just before the The Co V n l l e y mr. w i l l ho hold at 130? N i n t h S l r i T t . O n M i l ^ y , C o l o - 1. l ' ' C l . nt 7 :-0 p.in lo e l e c t o f f i - cers, l e v y :i 11 ; i us p s s m r m n ml I nmsru'l j i n y b u s i n e s s p r o p e r l y c n n i l u K b e f o r e UK* l u c e i i n p : . 11JC', E l I. 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W I N D S H M L M K H Aiul BETTY J- W I N D K U K I M E U , T O ALL O T H E R T'KRSONS WHO A H K O R C L A I M TO BE H E T K S Or S A I D DECtf- DF.NT, A N D TO A L L l*KRSOXS I N T E n K S T K D . G R K K T I N O : TAKE NOTICE, Ttmt 7 . R f , l ;i1I f i S t i i t o F i l l - c t f i l i i i s H e | I ; L I I i n n i C . of n h o v c l a c c . M A H K r . W A T M O L D c ) ) , i r t n i r n L n , t i o n Uaa b e e n f i l e d I n Iliia ca A I T D I T O K . I i - a j - h , l i o f o r o Thn H a i l v Tillm . 2S, 30, 31, f l r v i c l n r e s n i i n ^ . l o l a l 1 .,,--. _ inlic^. IncaU'-l ' o n SratcjriViegin'K f h n t t b c n h o v c r t e c c J c n ·;iy N t i . R 2 J T o b p c c t K a s l . h l l c i l l e a v i n g t b e f o l l o n - l n ^ ^ i ma I oU in 'iV'elil C o u n t y . ' s c r i b e d p r o p e r t y : of CnlorMlo. I An u n t l l v l ' l c d o n e - l u l l rt i n - icrc-at In Rinl i n ; Lots One (1) B i n ] Tu-o ( 2 ) . hi Block Slxty- t l i r o a ( B S J , I n I h e Town o f Hudson, accord I riff to i h * recorded p l ^ t t h e r e o f . I n Weld C o u n t y , Colorado, u n j e r th c e r t a i n A s r c e n i r n t f o r sale ai pureh»se p r o c o n l r d In Book 11S3, Tafia 371. W e l d C o u n t y , C o l o r a d o r e c o r d s . T h n t - t h e 1'elUion n a m f * t b .-\havo n e r s o n s tis t h e h e l n dcc«t1enl n n ' l t h e p r e s e n t o w n e r of said p r o p e r t y . You a r c n o t i f i e d to a n a we said P c t l i l o n w i t h i n 2 0 da a f t c - r s e r v i c e of t h i s Notice y o n ( i f served b v n u h U c a t i o iv 1 t h i n 20 d a y s a f t e r the Ins p u b l i c a t i o n of t h i s N o t i c e ) , in d e f a u l t of fui A n s w e r ll Court w i l l procooi! t o l i p a r t h in n i t e r as p r o v i d e r ! by l a w Dated at O r e d e y , t h i s 27th d a y o f S e p t r n i l i c r A . K O H E H T W RHODE C l e r k of 5alii Cou By BETTY L. 1 ' l l V O R . D e p n t Stars of our New I'all Fashion Show. . , ·^ ^^£§^!KI ,- T-cusliion lounge, so very inviting A lomigc clmir in the true pense of word. So comfort- ablnj sliudy, witli wanted uiilmlslery. Die. comforl- B. So very hand some ivith bright t r i m . p r a c e f u ] lines. A lieamy! atilo uwlvo! er is Imtiiul to 1-c R t.imil) f n v n r i t " fast. S7!t.iS D, I'latform TOC!:- er, a l w a y s a favorite. S w a n neck arms a r c smart style note. C. Just lonn lurk, foot- rest a ti t o- mallcally Tonph plnstir. E. Swivel oh.iir w i t h foam rush- ion, Iriis3 tippotl Uny hy llie 1009 tth St. Telephone E U g l n S-1W2 Greeky, Ooloride chairman of the Credentials Com mittee of the 22nd Soviet parly "JUST THE THOUGHT OF IT MAKES ME DROOL" He's thinking about that trip to Hawaii -- or Jamaica -- that he can now afford because he's been faithfully saving every payday at the Weld County Bank. U J E L D Counry n - best-wtiKi MERCURY MONTEREY ttia bttt-looVlni buy forth* bff-wr nun , MERCURY COMET (manly iheid of 1)11 compict cr S19.95 Amazing -- that is the word for our o f f e r i n g of chairs in a wide variety of styles, sizes nnd upholstery. You just select the chair of your choice, and we'll have it delivered when you say. FREE Delivery and Pre-Chrislmas Storage -- Extended Payments Arranged _ you are always welcome. V/e are h a p p y to have you come in and look around. Open Evenings 'Til 8:30 Greeley Furniture Co. Your Mercury dealer asks: Do you know a better way to furnish a two-car garage? FOR "HER"-COMPACT MERCURY COMET. So becoming (only compact with fine-car styling). So easy to handle (watch her park like you!). Packed with the quality extras that make the difference (luxurious upholstery and insulation throughout). Extra room and a smoother ride (up to 7.5-inch longer wheelbase than other compacts). Bigger trunk. Extra resale value (finest record of any compact). Easy to own, too (priced with or below most compacU). FOR "HIM"-BIG,LUXURIOUS MERCURY MONTEREY. Mercury's top-of-the-line car. For the man who prefers or needs a big car. He gets quality--example: every-automatic transmission is "run- in" at the factory. For extra stability, a longer wheelbase than other cars in its class. More room and trunk space. A smoother ride (Cushion-Link Suspension). More big news: routine service is needed only twice a y e a r -- a t 6,000- to 30,000-mile intervals! LISCOLN-MESCUHY DIV.SIOM · 2 NEPCUFWS . PR00UCI3 OF 2600 Eighth Ave. 1 T Phone EL 2-5441 SEE THE B E S T - L O O K I N G BUYS-HOW IH EACH S1ZE-AT M E R C U R Y QUALITY HEADQUARTERS.iU^i*^!?^ McMILLEN MOTOR COMPANY 1412 Eighth Avenue Y

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