Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 14, 1969 · Page 10
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Roses CENTRAL CITY, Colo. (AF --Yellow roses tht bloom Central City are survivors the bushes that gold mine brought with them from Cor wall more than 100 years ag 2 Drawer File $22.95 4-Drawer Files From $39.95 Desks A New Lincoln Photograph And Verse Are Uncovered By MICHAEL KERMAN The Wcdiington Pest WASHINGTON _ A stunning new Lincoln photograph and a jovial verse that Lincoln wrote a few days after Gettysburg have just come to light: The photograph, one of a series taken Aug. 9, 1863, by Alexander Gardner in Washington, shows a melancholy, very human Lincoln, one of the-few likenesses not marred by stiffness. Apparently, it was the only enlargement of the pose, possibly because the glass negative broke, ia the process. It.was given to Lincoln's secretary, John Hay, who displayed it in poem written by Lincoln on July 19, 1803, less than three weeks after Gettysburg. The verse was mentioned in the Hay diary. At the time, Lincoln was be side himself with frustration having been forced to sit by whife General Meade let General Lee--and the war's end -drift away in the indecision tha followed the shock of Gettys burg. It has been said more than once that Lincoln was a far better strategist than any o his early generals, and the equa of Grant. The poem shows Lincoln in a jocular mood, perhaps finally released from the bitterness o his home and who handed -it watching a lesser man foul up down to;his.son. Hay's grandson and namesake gave permission for its publication in: the forthcoming "Lincoln: A Picture Story of His Life" by Stefan Lorant. , As for the doggerel, David A. the war. It was called "Gen Lee's invasion of .the North Written 'by ; Himself," and i goes: In eighteen sixty-three, with pomp, ' And might swell, Jqnah, librarian of Brown Uni- Me and Jeff's Confederacy versity, found' it in an envelope of material 'marked "Miscel- laneous-^Clvil War" and. given to.'the library by the Hay descendants; ' . ' "I had glanced at it," he. said, "arid-, saw that 'it was mostly letters written to Lincoln, letters asking for postmaster jobs and 'so forth,- so I put' it aside. Then later I decided to put. it in order, and I took it out again. piece, of ,-Lincoln's handwriting hit me in the' eye . . . " .What Jonah, had seen was a Stretch Type, Synthetic Hair Wash and Wear $ 20 Greeley Wig Center (Formerly Greeley Haireroft) 1515 8th Ave. Phone 353-1148 went Forth 4o sack. Phil. Del. The Yankees got after us, ant Give us particular h-Il, Arid-'we skedaddled back again Arid didn't'sack. Phil. Del; At the bottom is the notation "Written Sunday ..morning' July 19, 1863'; Attest John Hay."- · ' .The Hay .'diary'rnentioried-'the verse, '· which probably ' wa placed between its'pages,'Jonah Of course the first tiling, that said,, but. was..dislodged and Tlinnn nf . T ^/l/lTn'c. Unnrl.nnlftnrr fnllnd ItS WflV ifltO th "mlSPel found its way into the "miscel laneous".' envelope.''Close to -70- Lincoln items have come ,tp us since the firs supplement' to Lincoln's extan work was;. published in 1953,' Jonah added. "Thing's keep com ing up, and from the oddes places. We "got .'one letter from Nice,' France." The Brown. University's Hay Collection, founded by a Rocke feller grant, is one of the three important Lincoln collections in the country, he said; if an Hen such as the poem were offeret at auction, it would probably bring five figures. There will be more Lincoln lana, said Jonah. It will con iinue to pop up in America's at tics and safe deposit boxes, an the legend will continue to grow --and to be cut back to reality by bad.verse and good pictures A lot To Drink OLDHAM, Lancashire,- Eng land (AP) -- Jacqueline Kemp 17, admitted having had 1 pints' of beer, five bottles o champaign perry (pear cider and "a lot more to drink" o the day she shouted at a police man. She was fined 2 pound (4.80 dollars) for using obscem language. ' · ··-; .^ ' \ Special Christmas Of fer Held Oyer Two more Days! NOTE: DRESS YOUR CHILDREN IN BRIGHT COLORS FOR BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS. FOR YOUR FAMILY . A Beautiful Portrait in Brilliant LIVING COLOR PARENTS: WE'VE ARRANGED TO HAVE A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER AT OUR STORE ON THE DATES SHOWN BELOW. FAMILY GROUPS WILL BE TAKEN AS WELL AS INDIVIDUAL PORTRAITS. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT. 1 Miss This Opportunity To get a living color portrait you will .treasure always. This is our way of saying "thank you" to our many regular customers, and "welcome" to everyone else! No obligation. Wed. and Thurs., Oct. 15-16 PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS 10:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M. t's Downtown Pharmacy 810 8th St. Greeley, Colo. Colorado Closeup By Gordon Gauss AP Staff Writtr Colorado lieutenant governors are about to emerge from their raditional role of men who wait n the wings. It seems certain those in the 'uture will be full time execu- .ives of the stale--although their rospective duties still remain nebulous. For the first time in the his- ory of. the office, the salary will Judge Orders Rev. Groppi Held Without Bond MILWAUKEE, 'Wis.' V (AP)Judge F. Ryan Duffy Jr., today ordered the Rev. James E. Groppi held without bond for one.week pending a r hearing tp determine whether the priest violated the terms of his proba- be one that an official can hope to live on. At present, the pay is only $4,800 a year and a quarter of. a century ago it was merely $1,800. The new rate probably will be $18,000 01 more. Largely, it seems, the lieulcn ant governors will fill the ceremonial role .currently played by chief executives. They may--01 may not--become heads of some important agency. The prospective changes are the result of passage of a consti tutipnal. amendment providing for election of a governor ant lieutenant governor the way the president and vice president are chosen. The nominees of each party will run as a team--a vote for. the gubernatorial candidate tp of'that party also is a vote for the nominee for lieutenant governor. The' Milwaukee ; County, judge said his court calendar was top crpWded to permit him to conduct : the hearing today. ..He scheduled it for Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. Duffy noted that Father Grop)i had sought sanctuary in ihurch at Madison after the court, had issued a tench warrant for his arrest as a possible jrbbation violator. He said the spurt' would order'the priest ield without bail to assure his iresence at the probation hearing. ' . ' The'hearing'-was ordered to deternjine'' whether the Roman Catholic priest's actions in Madson--which · included leading welfare protesters and student sympathizers in a takeover of he legislative chambers in the Capitol--violated terms. of his 967 parole on charges of resisting arrest. The 38-year-old priest was ailed at Madison nearly two weeks ago after .being cited for contempt of the State Assembly. WANT TRIBUNE AD 352-0211 This means that never again will Colorado have a governor of one political party and a lieu tenant governor of another, like it does at present. It also means that the lieu tenant governor will become a subordinate of the governor-not someone who can really strike out on his own politically He will be expected to suppor the policies of the chief execu live, just as a vice presiden supports a president. Sometime in the future it is possible the lieutenant governor will lose the'one regular duty he has now--presiding over the state's Senate. A constitutiona amendment will be necessary to make the change, but senators are talking about the possibility of removing him. With lieutenant governors largely dependent upon governors for election,- the senators feel, they would break tie votes in the Senate and would make committee assignments the-way the_ governors want them to This, they see as an infringement on · legislative indepen dence. The lieutenant governorship i. under study by the legislature's l-partisan Committee on [anization of State Government iut so far about.all it has de- ided is that the office j full-time one instead of a part- imfi one. Gov. John A. Love suggested o the committee a few days ago hat it might seek revision of he constitutional provision vhich makes the lieutenant gov- irnor the state's acting chief ex- 'cutive--with full powers of gov- rnor--whenever (lie governor caves the state. In these days f rapid communication and apid transport, Love said, there ippears little need for the pro- ·ision. The most immediate problem elating to the lieutenant gover- orship facing the committee is ae method of nomination. Members are trying to decide Or- Tucs., Oct. U, 1969 GREELEY TRIBUNE whether every candidate desig- ols stepped up to the governor- j should be nate1 f° r governor should pick a running mate or whether the gubernatorial and lieutenant governor nominees of each party should continue to be chosen independently--as (hey are now. The' present system allows bitter inlra-part'y rivals to. win places on the same general election ticket. This creates situa- .ions which no one really wants. Mobody, however, has been able to come up yet with any system which seems belter. Despite its impotence and part-time character, the lieutenant governorship lias been a ipringboard for higher office in recent years. Gordon Allptt eaped from the post to Ihe United Slates Senate. Steve McNich- ship. Kobcrt L. Knous won the . Democratic gubernatorial nomi-; nation, although he later lost the ; ilectipn, and Lt. Gov. Mark A. : Hogari i s seeking the governorship. ANDERSON RADIATOR SERVICE Our unequnled guaranteo It only surpassed by our dedication to doing It RIGHT tho FIRST TIME. Call 352-3574 for experienced, professional cooling system service. UNITED DELCO DEALER 1018 8th Ave. (Entrance In Alley) Walter I. Clark, Own*r $100 - $200 - $300 - $500 - $1000 - $5000 -$10,000 or more For Any Worthwhile Purpose Savings Accounts . . . Loans Corner 8th Ave. ar 14th St. Phone 353-3335 Open Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. -- Saturdays 8:30-1 . 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