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Page 6 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wtdnemhy, Junt 12, 1957 The Creeley Daily Tribune ·nd Tht Greeley Republican EXECUTIVE STAFF M t i n « n « HANK* · · rtl»M I fUlTD C UHttltL U irn G. (ncsiG · · · ««!««·· «ti I A L rircxsCN *'· ' J A k t ESIRiri 1H · ClM KIT Ul.AK rACI « TV* !u«** L*m *··* Off Tri»xitt-IUpvjfche«» C*Miit H lwbiM C» r«u *.adit Bor«»i «f Cir*»J«U«* t u th* IM ' !·*»! ."· rn. .,11 u ill AT · ··1 » C* I MM. *M I ?«r till* 4 » 1114 M »|i| MU.4. W CoJarUfc. I t*«r 114*4, M* »*ttb 1 1. 1* r-»r*nr» wi»ttH*» II »« vtMith C1t» C»rri*f I I I * «*wtk MJltUC ft) R U M l*ob|i« ! · ! · · **«i*»» mail t* ·· Irttfft tMft I'* ·"r-)« lr«r« 19 Years Ago Stomach Upset Revives Talk of Sub President June I), It)! Tn announce her engagement to Stephen I.. Force of fireeley, Misi Charleyne F.llii, daughter of Mrs. Floy Ellis, now a Manitou, entertained a s m a l l party nf friends at bridge in her bome Tuesday. Miss Ellis ii a graduate of Oree-, illness, though reportedly not se- lev I l i g h school in 1M3 and foririoui. naturally revives the dis lion tbtt ht was »bl« to eonduet lit rifite. ' Such i lituntion would not h«« been loterible in .time of wir. Ai ilon», cirtlni eritor'i license. I2i »ml [,,,,"£! Breilensfein Hearing , Open Nexl Wednesday I'reildent By J. M. R O B E R T S AP Ntws Analfsl Eisenhower's they arise. with the help of medical advirt; , ImUj WJU) eonfldtnc , ,,,,, p, rt i c , when president becomes 1"-j u | lr t i rcunuUn ces will be met ai nbled and when he is able ' -latest sume his duties. Nothing has happened, and noth- . , . ,i.«g is likely to happen, at least two v e a r s attended Oklahoma Ai.M.euiiion about how the duties o f ' f o r (hf (nrrsefll)lf f u t u r r There w h e r e sbe was a member of .the office should be carried on J r e (oo m d,ff c r f n t id,,, m K a p p a A l p h a Tbela. She later at- when a president is incapacitated. Conlrm tended CSCK The past y e a r and A House subcommittee started h a l f she ha, beer, cashier at t h e ' studying the subject after the Every suggestion for a nsid pro- . · - , K i v a t h e a t e r . 'President's heart attack nearly cedure sets up legal handholds w i t h confidence game m an tnfor- ,._ _ , Jacquin Ch»vel of Greeley. BO World War I was over, nobody got' nperator'i license, dismissed. u-isiMNT.TON' in -- The SeniU ivery eicited. There seems to bei Benito Benavidei of Cheyenne. W A S I l i : c o m m i t t e e will open . tendency no* lo let thing, rock; careless driving. IM .nd costs. !^V/^Te^esd.r on th« Walter R. L*wrencf of Grttitf., , *. · · * c niit Judct ,Uu« of license plates, « .nd '»»:.U« J.MMJ-j*'^«W In The fourts Dlitrlct C«urt Willard fhrich, «, wai charsed Jean S. BreiU the l(flh U. S. Circuit Court of ub««. ' F'ausr and Ponder: --"Truiting i th« O t y i Co B»" "The Inrd i fond, a itrnnchold in the d a y of trrmhlr; he k n n w i t h n « e w h o t a k e refute in h i m . " -- N a h . 1:7. l.rl's Fare* Facts: Count Them All ' Force is Ihe 'on of Mr and Mrs '» n '»" «°- A"" 1 » om ' "'"' " h i c h m ' !ht hf srabhed by some mation filed by Karl R. Ahlborn, e vxll know'n Greeley ings, it cloud up shop without any ambitious vice ptrtsident in the fu- deputy district attorney. 1 '····- r Uhrich ii accused of obtaining »nd"at'l ended o k l a h n m » " A f c M " f n r «eneral Brownell, who recom- ' w jj" vTolatVd"the"conVcience of t h e ' «f»«gite value of $2S from G E. - · Kendrick, doing business as F.d'a Liquor Store, June S by means of game. i r c M d e n t s . He aU-i was g r a d u a t e d concrete decision. t u r f ' f r o m Creeley Ili.-h s c h o o l : _ T h e chiej witness was Attorney At prrsrn | , ny vi( . f Howard Murray's JP C*url i y'jnt Eisenhower nominal- Robert W. Uinjer of Fort W«r! f d the 4 5 .year-old Republican for ifn, no operator'i license and lail-^ ^,1 i, s t week, and sent the lire to dim lights, $20 and costs. I nomination to the Senate for con| Frank E. Forrest of Fort Warren, firmjiion. lending' driver's license to un- -licensed driver, Jlo and costs. I John Richard Culver of IMS Architect IJICS | view, Wash., no license plates, $10 and costs; restricted license viola- CARMEL. Calif. one v e a r . A vseek aco he w a s g r a d - 1 mended, on behalf of Eisenhower .Congress or Ihe nation in such nated w i t h an EM decree from I himself, a constitutional amend- ,j [u ,, |on v ^,f ^ | U hjert to im- Colorado School of Mines. Roth in ment empowering the cabinet t o ' p u f h r n e n t . M a n y prefer to keep confidence h i g h ch.«il and college. Force was decide when the vice president : j t t h a t w l y r l ther than set up an o u t s t a n d i n g alhlele. e x c e l l i n g should lake over. _ ru ] f , w (,i c |, ,,,)).,,( fail t n cover Colorado'* worst trallic accident in h i s t o r y vsill not be counted in p a r t i c u l a r l y in t r a c k but also par- As it stands now, the ( onititu-1 |0mf future circumstances. Bond for the defendant's re- Ihe Male tolal of t r a f f i c f a t a l i t i e s . acrc.rding v to the State Patrol { t i c i p a t m g Twelve people were killed in a t r u c k crossing the S a n t a Fe t r a c k s h.ill. At en a p r i v a t e road into a field. :"' To he a t r a f f i c f a t a l i t y - o t t i c j a l and certified - in Colorado, 51,11 ' must he killed in t r a f f i c on a public h i g h w a y - c o u n t y , s t a t e or federal. People are jus! as dead w h i n they are killed on a p r i v a t e road as rn a public one. A t r a i n and a tnick constittilc t r a f f i c one place as well as a n o t h e r . The Patrol's reason is t h a i il has no rimlrol m e r p r i v a l e roads The palrol does promote a h i g h w a y s a f e t y c a m p a i g n . Kttcrtivcnev, rf the c a m p a i g n is indicated by Ihe n u m U r of d e a t h s on the h i g h » a s The Patrol is anxious In k e e p the n u m b e r as low as possible, even by iperial rules for rounling t h e m . Rut t r a f f i c deaths on p r i v a l e property are Hie result of v i o l a t i o n "' n]r/lm;in s a f e t y p r e c a u t i o n , t h a t would apply t h e r e as w e l l as on public r o n d s . j T l m n | h ' The force nf any s a f e t y c a m p a i g n should be plain one place as w e l l as another. f s u a l l y the p r i v a t e properly d e a t h s are single ones. The t r a g - d y pear Rocky Ford is u n u s u a l - the largest n u m b e r e v e r killed in tire v e h i c l e in Colorado As officially announced bv the patrol, the slate's t r a f f i c .latl-ties are an illusion. They f a i l lo tell the whole story. They do not indicate t h e r.umher of l i m e s carelessness w i t h vehicles has resulted f a t a l l y . I f f t nil out t h e t e c h n i c a l i t i e s , a n d h a v e a l l I h e fact... Otherwise I h e people of Colorado are being fooled about t r a f f i c dangers and the effectiveness of safety c a m p a i g n s football and basket- liin authoriies the vice president s bis social f r a t e r n - : ' " t»ke over in case of "removal" w.is ileta T h e t a I ' i . His f a l h - ' « ' "" president, or of his "death, er b.is an i n t e r e - i in Woehlcr and resignation of inability. . . ." Fail- IVirce. No vice president has ever loujrit to tran office in such case. Instead, when President Wilson was ill for more t h a n a year. hi» lease from jail was set at $1.500, returnable June 17, by Judje Donald A. Carpenter. D. F. Mathtioci's JP C«urt Frank T. Ise of Lucerne, care. . . . . - . ... ,,i i.ir m,,,r in... . ,,-.·. ...» . urr of the clause to specify any w j f f p d h j ,,,,,,,,,., tisne - Mn i c . s driving. $10 and co.ts. » e r e h l d a t authority _ [or determimns _disabil- ^^ tteMfi ,,, ·· cmtring up - . !s id ro fi. Rivera nf Platteville, and trying to leave the i m p r e s - ' petty larceny, 15 days in jiil. Cilcrr-'l M o n d a y night in the «y "»« 1«" interpreted by con- ichnol c v m n a s i u m for the class of s t t t i t u t m n a l lawyers as leaving it ·.",«. F i f t e e n seniors and 11 e i g h t h to lhi vlcf P«'' df nt. t r a d e bov s and girls received * n "» t»°P le ·"« eapressed d i p l o m a s . Senior class roll i n c l u d - ' rlr l n a t ' un(1 ' r improbable but ed: Hubert A n d e r s o n , Nellie R e t r . ! conceivable circumstances, some O l i v e r Pelcher. Paul Clark. R u t h vlf1 President might t a k e a d v a n - I.e»is l.uev M c E l r a t h Virginia tage nf such power tn stage a coup O.ter. N o r m a n Peter.;TM, Thomas """ring » hr " 1 ' llln "« » nd tr ' lo Timothy. Reed h"' 1 ' t h p presidency. · Walker" F-eid» Others feared some president Wvatt and May- m '= h l "*' · P l l n « u c h " K U f n bower's to let a vice president take over and, by the eier- cise of presidential power, assure his own nomination for the job at the neit party convention. Rep K e a t i n g ( R - N Y ) introduced a bill providing for creation of a commission, composed of the vice president and judicial and legis- representatives, to decide \Veher, n a r f l Re, l / ) i n « e H i r n i t a Driullinc Difficulties .^ ( | t ] l , m ( r n n r r a d w a v T(]( ^^ f N r ^ V ( ) r l . 1 r p r r n ( | y ,, kr ,, ,,,,.,, c n l i f , j f , h r y l a t i v e uld m i n d an 8:*0 p m. c u r t a i n . The tragedy at Rocky Ford incurred less t h a n a week a f l e r 20 .because so m a n y first n i p h t e r s have m i - r a n t laborers were killed in North Carolina. The Rocky Ford v i e - [ t r o u b l e m » V i n : Ihe I.o'clock cur- urn's it is understood w e r e not migrants. They were resident* of t h a t t a i n th.it has become traditional, region being transported bv a 1.1-or contractor. | The eri.ie. .nsvvered t h a t they Cnvernor McNirbols had previously m a d e .Ira.tic regulations con; need t h a t e u r a half hour in order l.ovrrnor M C J I V M I to be able to see a complete show c-rmng the transport of m i g r a n t lal-or. _ l l v i a ) , , w 2 1 houM _ |m| still he able to set reviews written by n e w s p a p e r press time. P Informed of Tuesday's tragedy. Ihe governor said he would b » v c Patrol Chief Carrel get all Ihe f a c t s . Tben the governor added: "You can't impose the same regulations if they're just going a ihort distance from a c a m p to a field." !,,,., -,, ,, , why not? (Sticks w i t h ( omcdy Records will show f a t a l i t i e s w h e r e the old f a m i l i a r , much u.ed r o u t e . j i u n n f i d e n c e t h a t "nothing can happen here " j NF)\V YOHk '.f -- Maurice E v a n s has rleve ope . . . . , ( f n m n a r e d lo the m i g r a n t labor hauls - i s s t i c k i n g to enmedy for his t h i r d whkh'lhe RrnVrnor Vad l°*en interested in regulating. School bus safely , s t r a i g h t B r o a d w i regulations are enforced. In terms of passenger miles, the school bus Pn lately record is splendid. . ' r i e l y hi l i n k s in ions New E n g l a n d . The Tuesday crash crossing was blinded by f r e i g h t cars, stopping , nr ·,, m r l | l n c r r x , fa |i. at the crossing was not enough. It would h a v e been w o r t h 12 lives t o , n , ||h , : v j n ( p r r u m l , m , n a c r r j a | h a v e a regulation requiring a passenger to l e a v e the bus. jn to a point r nlrrpn;es were box office smash w h e r e he could get a clear view of the t r a c k , and then warn the driver j hit* -- the still running No Time . I f o r S e r g e a n t s and The Teahouse W h e n ' t h e accident was f i r s t announced it seemed Ihe r e q u i r e m e n t of the A u g u s t Moon lo stnn at a crossing was enouth. Put it isn't if it's a blind cro.s.ng. ; People are certainlv no, in., busy to carry ou, regulation, t h a t a v o i d , USE THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS a t r a p . nint Grt«Uy High tcb»al studtnti wtrt r»prt*«nt- ·d In h« Itl-mtmtar all- Colondo bl|h ichMl hen- tr bind? . ' MISTER BREGER HALF ACRE CASTLF The notion that the patrol has no a u t b n n t v on p r i v a t e property certainly doesn't ecu«c a n a r c h y there. Safety r e g u l a t i o n s are enforced In mine, and in factories, and they are private property. Somebody has been dodging the issue in Colorado. ^^^ Disarmament Meaningless Without Political Action BY 1. M. ROBERTS AP N.wi Analyst A few v e i r s ago. vshen thf 1'nit- e.1 Stales was t r y i n g lo p e r s u a d e Europe In get into position to · lead frnm s t r e n g t h " in the cold «-ir. the Europeans were very c a u t i o u s . They didn't w a n t to antagonirr Russia. They didn't w a n t In spend the money for r e a r m a m e n t . They uanted to be sure the door was kept open for negotiations. They dragged their feet about NATO. Jird then talked for e a r s about ovrrstressing militarv strength. Now t h e y are brin; c a u t i o u s about d i s a r m a m e n t , ind this t i m e they are h a v i r . c soxe effect. Several l i m e i Tccemlv Secret a r y Dulles has been at pains to r e a s s u r e G e r m a n y a n d t h e other European a l l i e s t h a t the t'mted S l a t e s will do nolhmc a f f e c t i n g t h e m w i t h o u t w o r k i n g it out w i t h t h e m f i r s t . On Tuesday the secretarv. app e a r i n g before the Hou«c Foreign A f f a i r s Committee, did a great eal In l e a v e n the loaf of r p t i m i s m w h i c h had been baked hi P r e s i d e n t Ei'enhoiver and A m - b.inador SUv-en. The I'mted Stairs dix-sn't k n u w jet about the eitent of Soviet sin- r r n t y . he said. The I'mled Stales *!"esn't intend to be c a u g h t by the f . i i l y of o v e r t r u ' t f u l n e s s . It w i l l r M accept any u n s u p e r v i s e d So\ » t promises. More a t t e n t i o n is now being paid In the question of whether d i s - i a r m a m e n t must f o l l o w , r a t h e r j t h a n precede, political s e t t l e - ' ments. W h e t h e r d i - a r m a r n e n t a g r e e m e n t s c a n mean a n v t h m g as .lone as R u s s i a is the declared e n - . c m y of the WeM. | All the lartifTS i n v o l v e d in c u r - 1 rent n e g o t i a t i o n s h a v e no! b e c n j m a d e public. Tbe Allies a p p a r e n t - 1 ly riper! Russia to counter an | A m e r i c a n proposal for an "open | tkirs" te't in the A r c t i c by a s k i n g · Ihe a d d i t i o n of a s i m i l a r rone i n 1 Eurvpe. Europe is w a r v . Dulles is w a r . too, lest the "cautious o p t i m i s m " expressed by , Stassen and E i s e n h o w e r lead to a feeling in Congress t h a t t h e a d - t m i n i s t r a t i o n ' s need fi*r an m ( creased and long-ran;e f n m i n I aid program is les urcent t h a n represented The R u s s i a n * w e r e Mire b e c a u s e 'the I'mle-d States pre-ented the Arctic inspection jnne idea to Ihe | Europeans f i r s t i n s t e a d of b r i n g - ! ing it directly into Ihe 1/indonj conference room. | Then the Europeans got sore I because Stassen entervd into pri- v a t e di*ctis»ions v s i l h 7onn. Now it a p p e a r s frmn Oullcs' re- m a r k s at his T u e » d a v n e w s cnn lerence t h a i the p l a n h» no! pn : grcssed to Ihe p»int of c o m p l e l e ; agreement e v e n by countries directly concerned -- N o r w a v , Den- m a r k a n d C a n a d a . The c o m p l e x i t i e s are s u c h , and Ihe doubts about the p r o f i t s s u c h . l h » t nothing seems likely to result. BUCKLEY CAR WASH ONLY "The wrinkles are still In It!* 1 M O D I - N T M A I U E X S HEST I H T Y IN TOWN! FARMER'S SPECIAL » All 3 Burger for Fries llarrv CamtrnnV NODELAY DRIVIN teuth Its Avt. * Harry's Diner \Vr*t Ninth SI. NOVyi 2 LOCATIONS 19 SERVE YOU! nvjvuu bib*:" W "Had to install it, with all the office collections going on around here!" lion, diimissed. Surnner Greene, if -- ChirlN known 11 th LaValle Eugene FitJgibbon of founder of the native Californil Roggen, careless driving, 110 a n d i f t y l e of architecture, a n d - a d» costs iscendant of Gen. N a t h a n a a Ysidro Pisano f t Greeley, drunk j Greene of American Revolution driving, $100 and costs. iry War fame, died Tuesday. 000 KMK KR «WPRSvm9 TH5- W1N3S VIBRWt ft'SULO IKOJR frit OSMOTSYPF VSWS* Tt.:'MTTtRM NONt Of s PW.W* ttww ursiDt twv ·6 MEW A NBTURhU FOOD RICH IN NECESShSY FOR SW.TH- Where He Belongs JOl: I'ALOOKA SCORCHY SMITH XXI THAT OUTfXwR VkNK GOOCNE55 THc ICE-NE^ rWS GONE OUT BY HAM FISHER WHAT NOW? rr is tanass Ht CAN NEVER I CAM SH THE PORIA4., NOW.' I WILL LEAD YOU TO THE TA.RANIA.N GATEWAY- IT TAKIS AN HOUR.' . CUSTOMS OFF--JAL UA05 THf*s DOWM TK/WLE- *T LEASTIM KT.SEM Say It Ain't So! TrWTS f T - T H E R E S ^(cE LEGM.mE5l THROUGH WITH few- WTTH... --TIU.BETMERB *H'M GOWTO NCXJ I VAWX.AN'KJLLTM 1 S / ME STM'FIRST VOKLMCVCATD DOME TO TIMV.'.'- D H ' K I K DAIIE LI'L A UN Ell

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