Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 12, 1955 · Page 20
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,'Pafee 20' G R E K L K Y T H I H U N K - - -Monday, Dee.. 12. 1955 Denver Study Demands Lower Insurance Rate ' DENVER Wi -- The Denver Management Office has recommended that Colorado establish a board, of fire insurance commissioners to correct what it says arc "deficiencies" in a. 1939 fire protection rating. In a report to Mayor Will Nicholson, the office said the 16-year-old rating has enabled fire insurance underwriters lo make "unusual profits.!' - ['· It proposed thai the new board regulate-and c.ontrol activities' of all companies licensed to underwrite fire risks in the state. Hales now are governed by three organizations--the National Board of Fire Underwriters, a rating bureau and the Colorado Insurance Commission. The 'report said the last survey In Denver was made in 1938 anc a report wss* issued the following year. 'The city is still suffering today. . . from Ihc deficiency rating of the board as determined, in 1333," said the management office report. 'he effect o f ' a n y expenditure made lo provide belter, fire defense IIRS gone unnoliced for the last ID years and will nol be noted fr as many years in .tho future as may .elapse until it is again the pleasure of the national board to survey Denver." . The isEiiagcmont office study indicated lhat between 26 and 31 cenls of each premium dollar is used in Denver lo pay for fire losses. The balance is . available for operating expenses and profit. "Since the-average loss p r e m i u m ratio in Colorado is less than 30 per cent," said (he report, "it may readily be concluded that fire underwriters of Colorado are mak- ng an unusual profit on business ,n this state." Windsor .,. W1NDSOH -- Mr. and Mrs.- M. W. Karowsky of Ihc. Morris store left Monday for New York City lo attend the wedding of a 'niece. Dec. 17. Ucfofe relieving home Uiey will visit Mr. Karowsky's Iwo brothers arid a sislcr whom he has not seen for 27 y'ea.r. Craig Morton, agricultural leach- cr in Windsor high, left Monday : y plane for A t l a n t i c Cily.'He is-the Colorado delegate t o ' t h e Naliona! convention of Vocational Agricul ural leaclicrs in session at that cily this week. George Breniman, who-has been leaching at Colorado Ai-.M collnge since the opening of schools in September is substituting here v/hile Morton is away. I). 0. Edgar heads the Windsor lodge No. GO, A'. F. and A. M.; Charles Fr/e, senior warden; Asa Walsenburg Will Subsidize Indusiry 1 For Christmas that person who has everything . . . Give Glasses! . Make" it · Sunglasses or that fabulous exclusive frame the woman in your life has always- wanted. Choose now ' at HAEFELI and HAEFELI : .P/enounctd OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS Phone 4050 .' 811 Vi 8th St. 9lh Inianliy To vlove from Germany To Ft. Carson' Soon FT. CARSON Wl -- The Cth In tantry Division, known as "Hitler's Nemesis" as a result of its World War II exploit's, will be transferred from Germany lo Fl. Carson next fall. II will replace the 8th Tnfanlry Division which, U was recently announced, will lie sent lo Germany next f a i t . This division is the major unit at the Carson infantry training center. The announcement that the 9th ivould be' sent here was made by the Dcpt. of Ihc Army late Friday. The 9th participated In the North African, Sicilian and Normandy invasions anri had penetrated into Germany \vhcn V-K Day came. It /as returned to Ft. Dix, N. J., after the war and went'.to Germany in 1051. ' Einstein Aide Dies ZURICH, Swijzerland -- Prof. Hermann Weyl, 70, a collaborator of the late Albert Einstein and one of the founders of the Institute for Advanced Study at Pri.icc- ton University, where he was a fncully member from 1933 until his retirement in 1991, died Friday. McNabb, junior warden; Harold Stoll, secretary; and John Krye treasurer. Rainbow night was featured at the meeting of Columbia Chapter No. 16. OKS, held in Masonic hall with June Smith, Rainbow \,orlliy advisor, presiding. Initiatory work was exemplified in preparation for initiation si the. next meeting. Key of Kaith was the theme used for the refreshment table. Refreshment committee included Dorothy Breniman, Opal Hulh Swanson and Ida Spindle. 'Past Matrons and Vast Patrons' night will be observed at the next chapter meeling. Past Malrons meeting was postponed lo DEC. 13. Hanging of the Green was program subject given by Mrs. W. I.. JlcCall, when (he Chapter U. PF,0 met at Ihe home of Mrs, Marl Schmodc. Denise Ann I s . t h e name of Ihc daughter born Nov. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ochsncr in Fitzsimons hospital at Denver. The mother and baby have been released and are at the home of the maternal grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. i'cle F.hrlich, north 'of Windsor. Mrs. Ochsner is the former Genevicve Ehrlich. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ochsner, northeast of Windsor. Ochsncr is a paratroDper trainee at Fort Brngg, N. C. IK- W3S promoted in rank lo Sp-3 while on maneuvers recently. WALSENBUKG Wl - The Cily Council has agreed lo accept a joint proposal by Colarco, Itic. and Umbaugh Chemicals, Inc., to ex-, pcditc construction or 21' million dollar industrial plants i n ' l i n e r - , fano county. . . · Under terms of Ihc proposal which tbc council approved unanimously Wednesday night, the city will authorize by ordinance the-issuance of anticipation warrants, maturing in a maximum 10-year period, to finance (he plants' construction, equipment and machinery- These warrants, nvhich under Colorado law cannot become obligations of thb/cily or its taxpayers, will'then be'sold to the low bid der. U in b a u g h · . construction - is planned to begin soon'and''the first unit is expected to be in 1 operation by spring.. Colarco, whose plants are expected to cost around 11 mil-! lion dollars of the total, also said it was ready lo negotiate construction of its first unit, a 1,000- ton a day carbonizer plant to cost $1,346,000. " - Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wal'ir In Uniform Arranger Dies VAN KUYS, Calif. -- Tony lavcllo, -42, who made music arrangements for such orchestra leaders as Wayne King, Anson Weeks, Lou Breese, Qrr'in Tucker and many Hollywood singers, died Friday. gave a dinner in-llicir home honoring Mrs.'Walter's mother, Mrs. Ethel G. R a y , whose birthday oc- cnrod Dec. 2. Covers wer laid for 12 guests. . Miss'Carol Kucntzcl, a student at CSCE, will leavft Salurday morning for Sail Diego; lalif., to spend the Christmas holidays with! her [parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren enlzel, and her grandmother, s. Arva Hickman. Mrs. Hickman s sold her home in Grecley and spending the winter in San Diego tli her sons, Lauren and Tau .icntzel and their families. Be Eckhardt Graduates . . FORT KNOX, Ky.--Private Kenneth L. Eckhardt. 21, son of Mrs. Lydia Eckhardt, 509 Ninth street, Grceley, Colo., recently was graduated feoM the Armored Replacement Training center's Common Specialist Clerical school .at Fort Knox, Ky. The course included typing, army clerical procedures and record keeping. Eckhardt entered the army last July and completed 'basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. He is a 1955 graduate o, Colorado Stale College of Education and a ' m e m b e r of Sis- ma. Phi Epsilon fraternity. . Vinionhaltr in VUwili . BARBER'S POINT, Hawaii (FH- TNCJ--Donald D. Vinsonhaler, airman apprentice, USN, a'soii of Mr. and Mrs. Holland Nance, of Ault, Colorado, is serving at the N a v a l Air station. Barber's Point, Hawaii. The ,air station supports all Naval air operations in this area. During the Korean conflict it serviced fleet and transport squadrons "supplying the UN forces .with-air cargos and replacement personnel. -Fiji -is fighting i losing battle against Ihc Rhinoceros beetle pest, Suva reports. . a musical treat that will be ' * ever/ones' favorite GIFT! 18 CHRISTMAS favorites. turn mtHT W H I T E CVKISIMU 1HE F1IST XSH IT UUE UfM I · 1 D U G X T C L E A I M t K T H E Mill 161 Tl THE V C I I B IE1NOHR }1RU CUM IS I I N f U TKIJiSH T I E *K* IM C4UE ALL YE uimuL IBII KI1C WEJItlSUDl AXAY IK A M1YGEK W I N T E R , VIMBCUUD f TW»S T K E Kl'tHT '. IE/QIC CHI in mi N11K THE KEIUQ , AlCtLS SIAC » LITtLl TIWK IF ' SITJUfKEH (ID IES1 YE XUt* GEKT1EMEH ' if I Sit 1ELIS flBSlf THF IHtW Mm grond gifl of tint muifc/ 16 HIT TUNES 78 RPM 45 RPM The newest popular tunei riding the HIT PARADE, done by fine recording irtists. re going to California she made trip by plane to Wyanriotte, Mich, visit her other son, Dr. Lester E uenlzel, and family. She flew fron ere lo San Diego the last of Sep mber. Captain Ramon-Koenig arrived in enver Monday where he dclivcrei jet plane lo Lowry Air Force ase lo be used by the air force ainecs in their studies. His par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kocnig of jndsor met him in Denver, and sited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. narlcs Sloll. Caplain Koeni^ at- ndcd the funeral of his ncle, ohn Koenig, at -Denver Tuesday efore leaving on a transport plane Dr Ijis Vegas, Nov. Among the former Windsor resi- ents who'attended Ihc funeral of eorge B. Teller held 'Vcdncsday flernoon-in the Richard's chapel /ere R. E. Hanna, John Snowberg- r, Mrs^ A. N. Marlin and John Jable, M of Greeloy; Mrs. Frank Vhiling, lavclanO; Mrs. Edith ilarck. Fort Collins; -the Ilcv. and ·Irs. Campbell, Denver; Mrs. Bety Charles, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Hall, Denver. Mrs. H. V. Teller, who is spending a few weeks with her daughlor, Mrs. Haltic. Summerville, in Denver, also came Wire for the funeral. Real Quake Follows Test TOKYO ifi -- At precisely 1:05 a.m. Thursday scientists touched off two tons of buried TNT in an elaborate artificial earthquake experiment. Twenty-five . seconds later test instruments .were jarred into hopeless contusion by a re; quake. 1 .' USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Her Choice Per fcctrcsiuts every lime. · Squire shape cooks 20% m o r e tjian round pan. Water-sealed element. 3 S I 7 C * - 10'/;', I I 1 /]', 12'/;'i 10 inch 19.95 TV Trays -The ideal gift. Large assortment of sizes ape colors. Set of 4 With, Rack 9,95 {N LIMED OAK ; · Modern, ttuilUng* UK* fulgiftl Lift-level tray* Mil duu K«II ;- MODERN CONS OLE So v«ra'til«, »o Mum! -Spicioui top, J»rge - bottom oedit drawer! ».-· ..-*."' ·' ' 4995 ; up. TV CHAIR It swivels, modern styling. Perfect.for watching television. Foam seats, large choice covers. Special 39 ,95 Berkline . ROCKERS Your choice of Foam R u b b e r,. 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