Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 3, 1962 · Page 20
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Page 20 CREELEY TRIBUNE M«L, D«c. 3, 1962! Petitions for Sunday Closing D: " Put in Some Stores Here S.O.S. . . . Save Our Sundays! I Vista Dr.. is state vice chairman 1ms B not only the cry of. but of the the campaign. The chair- the name for a statewide organ-jman is Carl Dincler of Pueblo IzHtion which is currently cam-] Petitions backing the Save Our Sundays bill are located in several Greeley stores. Say D«y" of Rest is F*4nj S.O.S. argues that Sunday, as pawning to halt most Sunday retailing. To achieve this end. S.O.S. is boosting a bill which it hopes to present to the State Legislature - ,... - " a day of rest, is fading from th° The bill would, in effect, create scene in Colorado. They claim a legal, uniform "day of rest." that it is becoming just another Harlan Houtcliens, 2722 Buena weekday. Prohibiting of retailing activity on Sunday is not a new activity in Colorado or Greeley. At !(··«' ".'o group* of businessmen have already had their Sunday retail- loutchens, --w With Officers 3 Them of nubcips RtMrlcd ou tuujr lit Three thefts of hub caps were ing halted. "''.reported to the Sheriff's office . .sver .the weekend. Fred Meissinger of Rt. 1, Eaton, complained four hub caps had been removed from his auto while · · - -- - ~--.i kiuot.u uu OUUUdY, OUI U .the .yehicle was parked in the mutual agreement not bv law' '·"" J -' Ui - ··-- u "' : ' u Generally speaking, th. retail ommittee of the Greeley Chamer of Commerce, is in favor of unday closing, though it has not aken a specific, public stand to hat effect. Son* Stores Her* Open The Hillside Hestcd's Store tayed open Sunday for the first me and plans to do so at leasl iree more Sundays, through the Christmas season. An estimated 500 persons visited Hested's Sunday. Denver Res- id's stores are open every Sun- _ ' y a r d of his ranch Ui miles south of Galeton Saturday evening. The theft occurred while Meissinger and his family were away from home, attending a basketball · game. Value of the hub caps was given at $25. Mrs. Richard Parson of Long- -·'^rnont reported four hub caps '·**orth a total of $60 had been stolen off the Parsons' car while the vehicle had been parked in - Mead Friday evening. '·Raymond Richter of Rt. 1, Ea "ton, said four hub caps had been taken off his auto while the car was all the Y on U.S. 85 north of · '-here, where the vehicle had brok- '''en "down. Evergreen Tre» Stolen Police received a report from '·"Sundown Motel Saturday after, .noon that an evergreen tree had /.been stolen from in front of the ' motel. I Malicious Mischief Reports ..Two reports of malicious mis- . chief to homes were received Sat, tirdav night. Lynn Brown reported that a window had been broken in his home, and Mrs. H. 0. Rinearson, 1315 13th Ave., reported that, clothes had been taken from the clothesline in her yard. Auto Accessories Stolen Or?. Sunday morning police re ceived two reports of auto acces sories being stolen. Robert Sitz man, 2501 13th St., said four hub caps had been taken from his pickup. Larry Morehead, 2128 6th Ave., told police a tarpaulin hai been taken from his pickup. Window Broken A report was also receive! Sunday that a window had beei broken at Noffsinger Manufactur ing and Supply Co., 500 6th Ave Stolen Bike Reported Thomas Johnston, 1416 151. Aye., told police Sunday that hi · son's bicycle had been stolen from Cameron Elementary School 01 Friday. ay- Other stores in Greeley which lay open on Sunday and handle big variety of goods are Cooks nd Shoppers Mart. The S.O.S. bill would not actu ally curtail all retail aclivity. Would Not Affect Somt Itemi Barbers cannot work on Sun- ay and auto dealers are prohib- ed from selling cars on Sunday. Greeley grocery stores also lay closed on Sunday, but by events. FUNERAL SERVICES ... Guy Burscough, «7 of 2200 9th St., wiU be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday from Macys Drawing Room with interment at Linn Grove Cemetery. Victor Candlin Post No. 18, American Legion will give military honors at the cemetery. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to the cancer fund. Burscough died of cancer Saturday morning at the Weld County General Hospital. W. D. Farr Again Heads Scout Council (Continued from Page 1) Olson, Rawlins; William Nation, Cheyenne; Jack Nathenson, Cheyenne; Maurice Nelson, Fort Collins; Max Osbornc, Cheyenne; Hugh Phillips. Boulder; Jerry Plowman, Longmont: Fred Ricks", .... . ,,,,,, ,,.,,,, Sterling; Gordon Rissler, Greeley; It would not stop the sale of Richard Schumann, Greeley; .ems connected with recreation, Jaraes Van Norden, Cheyenne, the tourist industry, movies, res- allli Harold Winograd, Greeley. aurants, athletic or sporting Intern Charged In Dissecting Pregnant Wife NEW VOBK (AP) - A you* (bete from life Kid lin. ttut he UW hie pn(M* wife to hik tar pkssi la rerun u their home- Iwi «d thea digntnAt.nl her body »ad iMfe) k it i rrfrig- *r*or, police reported. Dr. Kamith Jw, K, MI Indian iduagt student mho cww to thn country l*t year, was ttuet by polk* Suod»y night while on duty at Jtcobi HotpiUl fa the Bronx. Under quetUnainf. today, police ·aid h* gave thk itory: .« iflid hit wih, Kcruna, IT, wax tight mouths pregnant, be wit (oiof to five her a sedaUtt. This WM Thanksgiving *« fe their Bronx apartment. He then aomteblercd a fatal ! of three grain of morphine, up the body and placed the head and ther unborn child in a cardboard box. He took the box to the Brooklyn end of the Verraiano Bridge being mitt over the Narrows and hurled t into the water. After dismembering the rest of the body, he aced it in the refrigerator in the lartment. Police said Dr. Jain had signed full confession in the slaying. He as booked on a homicide charge. The intern told of difficulties his ife had experienced in adjusting life in the United States and aid she had pleaded constantly ith him to return to India, He said he offered to send her ome alone, but the refused and ic finally decided to "resolve the tualion by killing her." Commissioners Confirmed Confirmed at the meeting were It would, simply stated, limit commissioners for the eight dis- retail selling to those items nee- Wets. They had been nominated issary to protect and safeguard b y 'heir districts. They were Luhe public health and welfare. vern Thompson, Boulder; Merle For example the sale of drugs, Hall, Fort Collins; Roy Wylam, gasoline and periodicals would Laramie; Earl Towning, Greeley; continue on Sunday. Ken Logan, Rawlins: William S.O.S. backers claim the organ- Drcfke, Sterling; Ross Baade zation is not backed by any re- Brush; and Harold Morford igious unit or any other organ zation of any kind. Proponets also argue that the curbing of Sunday retailing will lelp curb inflation. They argue that Sunday selling means extra employes and additional overhead thus higher prices. wspitnl pharmacy, Dr. Jain con- nued in his statement, and ad- ninistered it to his wife when she omplained of back pains. She as dead within three minutes, e said. The body was found Sunday :ter the interne's landlady be- drivers were: 1 City Traffic Accidents Five accidents without injury were reported on Greeley streets , ^Saturday. The time and place of ..each accident and the vehicles, and damages involved ' . A t 10:47 p.m., location not h'st- '.;ed,'.a 1956 sedan, Robert Dieterle, Evans, $45, and a 1955 sedan, Sheila Houghtaling, 2008 6th St., none. ., ]At 4:49 p.m., 8th Ave. between -12th. St. and 14th St., a 1955 se- · dan, Wanda Kobobel, 1100 32nd · Ave:, $30 and an unkonwn car. At 7:15 p.m., llth Ave. and 13th St., a 105G siation wagon, Verna . Mae Johnson, 1307 14th St., $30 ':' and a I960 station wagon, William '.Ttoy Neighbors, 1828 13th St., $150 At'3:20 p.m., 7lh Ave. and 1311 St., a 1961 truck, William F · Thomas. Aurora, S5, and a 1956 sedon, Vivian V. Shapley, Rt. 3 ·$50. ,:. At 11:56 a.m., 1500 block on lllh'Ave., a 1952 truck, Larry H Fuller, 1513 llth Ave.. none, am a 1951 sedan, Jimmie B. Black · burn, 1539 5th St., $125. Three Arrested For Burglary At Fort Upton Investigating officers Saturday quickly solved a burglary at Fort Lupton in which articles worth over $600 had been stolen, Sheriff Bob Welsh reported Monday. The burglary was at the Dent Insurance Co., which also sells appliances. Nine radios, eight vatches, f o u r billfolds, two ameras, a shotgun, three rifle he burglary, which occurrec .ometime after midnight Friday Fort Lupton police reported th urglary to the Sheriff s office a. :55 a. m. Saturday and Deputj heriffs W Tirnken and Joe El iott were assigned to investigate Timken and Elliott and Fort .Upton Police Chief J°« Goodwin ound, on their arrival at the burglary scene, that the thieves had broken a large plate glass window to get into the store. Damage Cheyenne. Special Awirdi Mad* Special awards were presented during the business meeting in he afternoon Sunday. Mear Grabill of Colorado State College was honored for his contribution to the Boy Scout finance cam paign in Colorado and Wyoming Dr. Jackson L. Sadler of Fort Co! ,ins and Dr. Harry L. Wherry o Longmont were given citations for their service as physicians a the Ben Delatour Ranch. Earle K. Behrend, deputy re ;ional scout executive, Kansas :ity. Mo., spoke briefly at th business meeting. Ovir 200 AtttiHf Over 200 scout officials anc heir wives attended the banque Sunday evening. Price Hopkins chairman of the annual meetinj :ommittee, served as master o :eremonies. The invocation was given by th Rev. J. P. McConnell, pastor of th Union Presbyterian Church, Lar amie. Eagle Scout Gary Lewis o Post 65 of St. John's Catholi Church, Longmont, chose as Hon or Explorer of the council, spok following the dinner. Dr. Marshall Jones, sociolog professor at Wyoming Univcrsit; Laramie, was the featured speai r. While the business meeting wa being held during the afternoon the wives of the scout officia lad a program of their own i he Greeley National Bank anne -- TM fa vL ,, ltu me otuie. uitmagu nit uivcicj nmiuHdi HUNK annex. WGCK rrom uape uanavera, o the window was estimated at It was a fashion show conducted pave the way for a second ^Sunday Prison Escapees Taken Near Alamosa , . CANON CITY lAPi-Four pris- - oners who escaped from the medium security building of the Slalc Penitentiary Sunday were . ca'plurcd Monday near Alarr.osa. Associate Warden Fred $50. Officers Fellow Footprints The officers discovered footprints of the burglars at the scene and followed these tracks across a parking lot, down two alleys, across the railroad t r a c k s through a vacant lot, across the street and down another alley. The tracks led to the home o Marcelino Jaramillo, 24, of For. I iwton, Two of the stolen radios ,ere found in the house and, a result. Joramillo was arrester about 9:30 a.m. This led to the arrest of two other men, Raymond Romero. 25, and Albert Vigil, 21, both of Fort Lupton, by Fort Lupton police later in the day and recovery of almost all the loot taken in the burglary. Jaramillo was taken into cus- by Mr. and Mrs. John Todd ".reeky. Kennel Club Here Will Hold All-Breed Show on Sunday Greeley Kennel Club Inc. wUl at at least 100 huskies will be tage its semi-annual all breed og show Sunday at the Community Building.- Highlighting this show will bo o --- - he Siberian husky competition. He took the morphine from the The show committee estimates ame suspicious and notified po- Briggsdale Homesteader )ies in Neb. Following questioning, roke down and admitted the laying. Police found the dismembere X)dy when called to the home b; Ihc landlady who complained o' strong odor coming from the ouple's 114-room apartment. Jain insisted that his wife, eigh months pregnant, was dead when m cut her up. He was brocket n nine charges, all mlsdemeano 'iolations of the city health code He told police that when he ar rived home Thanksgiving Day, h liscovered his wife in pain on th loor. He gave her a sedative bu ler condition worsened, she wen into a coma and his attempts t evive her were futile, he sail Dissecting the body with scalpel the next day, he startet o dispose of portions of it because he claimed he did not know ere mation is permitted in this coun ry, Assistant Dist. Ally. Harol Enten quoted Jian as saying tha n India, when it is not possibl b cremate, then the Hindu reli gion requires that the body bt disposed of in clean, pure waters "The reason he didn't dispose o he entire body at once was be cause it was too heavy," Ente Telstor Relay Satellite To Be Launched WASHINGTON (AP)-A Reli satellite will be launched ne, week from Cape Canaveral change of live television grams with Europe. Marshals Plan Invasion To Get County ASCS Records WHAT'! UP, DOCT - One of three tame rah- bits at the Colorado State College Laboratory School peeks through school window to see what's going on. The rabbits are kept at the school in the central pen courtyard as part of nature study. CSC photo by Bob Waters. Daughter of Lot* Mrs. Etta Belle Jenkins Fcwcll, Jam 78i who homesteaded at Briggsdale in 1916 and lived there for 36 years, died Friday at Holdrcge, Neb. Funeral services will be held ere Tuesday, 10 a.m., from idamson Memorial Chapel. In- erment will be at Eaton Cemetery. Mrs. Fewell was born Sept. 11, 884 at Mishawalka, Ind. As a small chilld she moved lo the Elwood community in Nebraska where she was reared. April 27 904 she was married to Mark Jenkins. Eight children were born o this union. The family movc to Colorado in 1916. homesteadin in the Briggsdale area. Jenkins died Dec. 9, 1946 bu lis widow conlinued to live on the place until 1952. She was a member of the Briggsdale Baptis Church. Dec. 12, 1952 she was married lo Loyd Fcwcll of Edison eb. Since then she had lived a Edison. Surviving are her husband our sons and two daughters, Bry an Jenkins of Briggsdale, Doyl Jenkins of La Salle, Orin Jenkins of Denver, Burdette Jenkins o Snglewood, Mrs. William (Alice Johnson of Briggsdale and Mrs Fred (Hazel) Glenn of Red Fcath er Lakes; one stepson, Frank Fc well of Edison, Neb..; 20 gram children and 18 great grandchi dren. ABERDEEN, S.D. (API-Federal Marshals met here Monday to map strati-ay for their invasion of Mounil City, a village where zealous town folk and farmers Many people in Mound City ave a financial interest in the utcome of the battle. They arc hareholders in the new building 'iat houses the local poslofficc threaten "another Mississippi" to and the former ASCS office. tody and for investigation of aitling *.id the escapees WIracMil'V;'TM 11 * '« """""'J ^ iov;n bv a bloodhound detail bu 'S lar '. Romero and Vigil from Ibc pilson M t ££ !? sus " ccta in "«=.Burglary. All rence Brown n'- capture w and Henry 7 Guns Recovered Sheriff Welsh said Saturday's loop from turning over govern mcnt records they hove locked in barricaded building. The county Agricultural Stabil- ?.ation and Conservation Service office was moved this year from Mound City, tlio county scat with population of less than 200. lo llcrreid. population 6.13. eight miles north. Jl.'ilf of the records were movcc to the now ASCS building in Hcr- roiH. lif! Mound Cily area f'liks foiled attempts to lake the rest They lurked the ASCS office sandbagged the mcm records we will have to send mar-'uiM forgery: K. Jarkson. 21. Mesa .County. 2-(i-4 years fur h:irj:l;irv: front. They If anyone The prisoners, all received dur-j^f 7 was lllc wc " ml rilmosl lhmM ..'" iti (he pHsi 11 jnonHis \vcrt · i- , , ' , * ' " Ira L .laneock. 25 Denver "}, a ^7 m;idc * Sh " iff ' s serving :!-lo-5 wars fur foireiv' ° f '" :crs u ' llhln a wA I ' ' " " - - ' ' » · · ' . · n - K - - 13, Timfcen and K l l i o l l l l h p c ' i u n t y seal. Mound City feirs seven gun;, a i ( . J( j.iii!it if the ASCS records go to comes for the records. For years Moiind City has [wary (if any thought of moving .founly. 2-10-4 years f..rh:ir R l;irv- "" ' ' -TM'i""" " "'- " a( n ra "TM s S° l Alan v Bsilv ii iwd no'i! ^ ! snmc ' X)XPS "' "'' lre "'- i n r eourlhouse may b years fo/'na^im; 'a bad'check !TM muni| i |)n ; vhich "^ ^"' stol- ^ next to p, .'·nd Billy Kay Burns 24 Ucnvr ! e ? ! n ? hurf!l:ir '' at lhp «"" fhr) P "" 'M · ' » '^ r S. marshal 5-t«-i years on a Iwd cheek! c !a c f r ; i n k Truc * 11 nl ·WO|»M. wrniwmp miahl eel his boa ch-.rse' j i l l h Avc ' Thn %" m nni1 nt; "' r ··"··!Wov.li off." imc Mound City bus " ' «:»!«,. -*^1.-. L _ J . . . . I r . . . . ' RBISBANF. - The latest fl Jerry Harri*. 22. and a Ifiyrar- firi.-l in Australia',- Mnnnir Field nld boy. both of Greeley. '»rre bnnfs (hat rpgi'ins total ttrikesiiakcn inio custody in conncclkm !o six in s row. ilh the thclt of the guns. . A farmer sail Mound City will never i:ivc up it fight to keep the ASCS offic'. 1 . "Th jjovrrnmfnt is tryina I scare us." he said. "We've been Ihrough loo much to get scared. Committal Service Held for Warren Baby Committal services were hcl Monday afternoon at Linn Grov Cemetery for Teresa Earlen Warren, infant daughter of M and Mrs. Ollie Warren of west . Greeley. The baby was stillborn Satui day night at the Weld County Ge iral Hospital. Besides her parents, she. is su vivcd by a sister, Dcbcra Carol: brother, Mark Allen; her gran mother, Mrs. Mamie Stoll of Grc ey; and her grandfather, H. Brown of Casper, Wyo. Travis Lewin of Sioux Falls, as- istant U.S. district attorney, met vilh more than 200 Mound Cily armcrs and their wives Saturday ight. He said marshals will be cnt unless the records are sur endercd. Ixiwin told the group, gatherw n the grade school gymnasium "if we can't voluntarily get the hand. Held under American Kennel ub rules, the show will start at a.m. and run until 10 p.m. Judges for the show include: erman G. Cox of Fort Worth, .; Dr. A. A. Mitten, Rock Hall, d., and Percy Roberts, Norton G. W. Boyen Dies Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Ruth Buyer O'Conner. daughter of the late jPatroi Reports Three Injured iln Accidents Three persons were injured In itraffk- accidents over the week- lend, the Highway Patrol reported. Perry Goodrich, 55. of GreeJey, incurred fractured ribs and internal injuries in a one-car accident at the St. Vrain River bridge on U. S. 87 east of Longmont about 5:4j p. m. Saturday. H* was taken to the Longmont Community Hospital. Goodrich wa9 driving « 1959 auto north. Highway Patrolman Will Kagohara reported. The car went off the road into the river bed of the St. Vrain. Kagohara estimated the vehicle was a total loss. Wlndwr MM RwtivM Cutl Delbert Ingersoll, 39, of Wind sor. sustained cuts In another one- car accident on a county road three miles north and t half mill east of Windsor about 8.30 p. m. Sunday. He was treated by a private doctor. Highway Patrolman Don Olrnt reported lagersoll'i 1953 auto went off the road and over « bank, hitting a piec« of concrtte. Damage to the car w«a estimated at $300. Eisie Markley. 31, of Creelejr, received a sprained neck when a car th« was driving was hit from Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boycr o car tn « wa » driving wai hit from Grccley. Mrs. O'Conner died Nov. tlfc rear "? another vehicle « half 11, at a Lon^mont hospital. In- mi ' e M ^ «' E 3 ' 0 " on u s - K termcnt was at Longmont. Surviving are four jisterj and a brother. eights, Conn. Veterinarians for the show will Dr. L. L. Eldred and Dr. F. Frcemyer of the Weld County ·terinarian Association. Show secretary is Elmer Brycc Lakewood and the chief ring eward is Mrs. Virgil Potts. Prizes will be offered for vari- us competitions among boxers, crmun shepherds. Siberian hus- schipperkes cs, chihuahuas, nd others. Junior showmanship competition r young boys and girls in four ivisions will also be held. Kennel C l u b officers arc: homns Roach, president; Bryce olloway, vice president; Virgil oils, treasurer; Bonnie Harvey, orresponding secretary, a n d dna Hoechcr, secretary. hillip Dumler, )ies Sunday Phillip Dumler, 82. of 1213 4th Ave., died Sunday night at the Veld County General Hospital. He was born Feb. 4, 1880, at Jrimm, Russia. He served in the lussian Army from 1902 to 1906 Dumler fought in the Russo-Japanese War and was a prisoner oli war in Japan for nine months. Dumler returned to Grimm and married Eva Dumler in 1906. They came to the U. S. in- 1907 and settled in Cincinnati. They ivcd there for a year and then m o v e d to Windsor. Keenesburg Corp. Formed For Swim Pool KEENESBURG - Citizens of Keenesburg have formed a mm- v-~,~ u ,,,,»,, ,,,,. urc la TM, ,,,«, profit corporation behind which he was driving vat damaged an they hope to raise money for a ' - - ·- · new municipal swimming pool. The K.R.P. Corporation is auth orizcd to issue debentures. The corporation plans to build i swimming pool in Schey Park n Keenesburg, where water and sewer services are available. The corporation board of direc- ors includes: Dr. Wayne Nichols, president; Tommy Klausner, vice presided; Sam Okada, secretary, and directors Ixmnie Dyess, Jake Vogel, Leon Zimbcl- man, Charley Baumgartncr, Frank Howell and Bob Marolf. The corporation will raise money for the pool by selling $50 debentures. Money will be held in escrow at the Citizens State Bank until $20,000 needed to build the pool is raised. armed in the Windsor and Grcc- ey area until hia retirement In 945. when the Dumlers moved to Ireelcy. Besides his wife, he is survived ly six sons, August, Paul and Jen, all of Greeley, William of ·"ort Collins, Henry of Bakers- ield, Calif., and Fred of Denver; two daughters, Mrs. Lydla Allcs of Greeley, and Mrs. Molly Bern, lart of Lovcland: 20 grandclril dren; and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday from St. Paul's Congregational Church with in terment at Linn Grove Cemetery Macys Mortuary is in charge o: arrangements. Colorado Ore To Leave For Japan This Week LOVELAND (AP) - Beryllium ore concentrate produced in Colorado is being shipped lo Japan on trial basis. Itobort Bender, vice president of Mineral Concentrates and Chemical Co., s;iid llm first ship- shals in. If somrone attempts to' stop the marshals -- and you know what happened in Mississippi-- the marshals will be required to lokp steps lo protect themselves." H: advised the Mound City peo- )li.'. "if you want to tight, fight it cgally." The Justice Department's posi lion, he raid, is unrnndiUans! surrender of the records. He said :he governmeni will use whatever : orce is necessary and lawful. of 10 Ions will leave the Coast this week. City Council Agenda County Tuesday evening is scheduled to take up the following: Proposed changes in the building, plumbing and elcdrirnl codes, public hearing and first reading of oHTOm-e assessing costs of street improvements on 2lsl Ave. from !ith St. lo No. 3 riinal. petition re)uesling Hint no] parking lie permitted in iillcy in 13(10 block between l l l h ami I2ih AVPS.. liruil rc;i(liiii; of iirdinnncv calling special election Kpb. !»,, and final reading ordinance an-'| ini; part if liny.i! Gardens Si- Mrs. Hergenreder Of 311 13th St. Dies Saturday Mrs. Katherina Hergenreder, '1, of 311 13th St., died Saturday at the Weld County General Hospital. She was born May 19, 1891, in Russia. She was married to Jacob G. Ik-rgcnreder Nov. 8, 1908, In Russia, They came to Linclon. Neb., in 1922 and in 1927, moved lo Weld County, whero she mic her husband farmed until 1M9, when they retired and moved to Greeley. Hergenreder died Jan. 2, include three sons, Carl nnd Herman, both of Grcc- ley, and Jacob of Denver; and a daughter. Mrs. Berliia Weimer o! Kersey: nnd seven grandchildren Funeral services will 1« at !. p.m. Wcdncsdny from St. Paul's Congregational Church with inter mritl at I.inn Grove Cemetery. Adamson Mortuary is in charge of .·irningcmi'iili. about 10:50 a.m. Saturday. Sh« was taken home. The Greelej women, driving I 19H auto, was turning right when her machine was hit from th* rear by a 1361 car driven by Thomas Romero of Pierce. Highway Patrolman George Miller reported. The Markley auto wai damaged about $100, Rorntro'i around $75. Wiggins Cv Dimtgod U,W Robert GreemvoJt of Wiggins escaped injury but the 19G2 auto estimated $2,000 in a ono-car ae- cidenl at the junction of the Hud- son-Kecncsburg cutoff road and U. S. 34 east of hero about 1:11 a.m. Sunday. GreenwaU's auto skidded off th« cutoff road into an open field, then turned over, coming to a stop on its top, Highway Patrolman Wellington Fcrrcll reported. Cars Coliioo Ni*r MUittrt Vehicles driven by Florence Johnson of Wiggins and L«rcy Peterson of Greeley wer» each damaged about $JSO !a a rear- end collision 2,7 milo eut at Masters on U. S. 34 about 111. m. Sunday. Bolli vehicles wer« traveling cast. Highway Patrolman Rudy Klug said Peterson'* 1950 pickup truck struck the rear of Uu woman's 1955 auto. MM Hit But Not Injund Walter Hulse. «, of Grceley, was hit by a ear but not injured while walking across 8th Ave. In tosednlc about 5:25 p. m. Saturday. Hulse was struck by a north- xmnd 1954 auto being driven by Ronald Ingle of Denver, Highway """nlrobnan Harold Payne reported. 1957. Survivors Patitnger in Car Hurt By Collision in City One person wm treated at Weld' County General Hospital Saturday afternoon for injuries received in a two car accident and shcn released. Tho accident occurred at 4:37 p.m. nl 8th Ave. and llth St. Injured wns Pablo DC Alejandro, 1208 Cth St. He wiig a passenger in a 1957 sedan driven by Jiise De Alejandro. 1206 r,th St.,'which received $325 damages. The second cur involved a IKS swlan driven by Thomas L. Hnn- sen Jr., IJouWcr, which received $300 damages. YOUR HOME QUALITY INSULATION Marriage Licenses Richard K. Thornburg and Deanna F. Sti'iger, both Lovcland. Larry Ix:w Wolfrum, La Salle, anil Sharon I/oiue Kemp. Grre- Gerhart Kriljler. Timnstli. ;ind Kiiene Elsie Brehm, Gfclcv. ATTENTION, PLEASE! Here is good news! LAMB FEEDERS! WOOL GROWERS! FARMERS! Deliver your FACING, GOOD WOOL AND SHEEP PELTS to my door. WE PAY HIGHEST PRICKS We also have new wool sacks and twin* for sale. Cloud Saturday -- Opt GOLD'S JUNK HOUSE 917 Sixth Av«. 352-201.-) Retain the licat in your linme with insula- tion of finc'.si i|iia!it.y. Priced t o f i t y o u r limliffil. You'll notice Hint, it's much ax!cr next summer, too. -2131

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