Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1955 · Page 1
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On Way to New School ·v^.: " - . ' ' ' . · · · ' / ' ''"V'^^j^H-..*%y\;:·'./.;.-':.- · WrlHM by H*riM'.8r*«l*y.hi.ll7l - ' / '" · , ' ·:;''.'.'.. A v".''' AND : ' THE CREEL.IY REPUBLICAN VOLUME W-NUMBER « GRCELEY, COLORADO . ..TUiSbAY, DIC. 13, IKS WEEKLY TRIIUNC ESTABLISHED 117* RedsOkeh Vqte?lan r/\ -... pi .r.:/» * f Open,Sky (jets Approval 53 to 5 | .- UNITED'NATIONS,,N'.' Y. i« V The Security Council resolved 1 its procedural snarl over, the admission of new,U. N..*members Tuesday when Russia "agreed to, accept Vigil; DhBcfc He \'\ Thinks Graham Just Innocent l Defendant Western-supported voting, - plan - of . -.. Th'rii* of th* 450 E*ton school chtldrim wfio'movtd Mondiy from HwJr old. -school, to th*, n«w $340,000 Eitwi ·ftmtntary'ichool *r« shown above. With thvm »r* thr«* : of fb* high ichool girli who ic- C6mj3ini*d th*m. Th« chtldrtn ipkrch«djn · puradt carrying th«ir school bookt *nd chairs into rh*'n«w school. Th» school's op«n houit calebr«Hofi will bt, h*ld from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. L*ft to right ar* Roberta Dumlarvi itnlor, Susan Ogih) Gw#n Nix, a s«n* lor, 'Christy- Farmer, Reg Do'rify/:i'»nior/"^nd'' Lois! Hcdluind.'AII th* youngar children art klnc^ergarfafi Mc*or. . .. - , ' ", "·-·j ·' lt.-- -tribwft photo by Jim "'· ·"- ' .-·/ · - . : . ' . : /- : . -^ ·/ Dixon-YatesSues Government lor Costs WASHINGTON (*--The, Dixon- Yates 'power group i Tuesday sued the government for $3,534,778 for expenses in connection 'With the row-cancelled contract for. avpri- vate" power* plant in the'. Tennessee Valley' Authority area. ,\\ - - '.-'· ^ TJie'-sui.t/was" filed by-the;Mis- sis'iippi ^Valley. G^fierating : - Co. \in the.U. S. 1 Court of Claims! ·" *· E. ; H. -Dixon,/president--'of jMis-r jsissippi Valley Generating, said in a 'statement:, · ' - , ' " , * this UtigaUdn with.every confidence in 'its :re- Dixon also is president of Middle South '-Utilities Inc., which together.'with the. Southern Co. set up- Mississippi Valley Generating to"*build ft 107 million doUar generating plant fit Went Memphis, Ari^ \ ' . ' The purpose was to supply power to (he TVA system to replace power^used elsewhere by theiAtomic "Energy, Commission. The controversial contract was cancelled last cummer and on Nov. 23 the'"Atomic -Energy Commission announced that it- 1 would not pay. Mississippi Vailej-' ^Generating for money already '.expended. 'Ate, ;in taking this stand, said Adolphe H.- WenzeU "while having t'conflicting private interest, acted as' one' oE the principal advisers to. the government in the negotiation of the contract." : .vYeniell r New York investment banker, acted as a Budget Bureau consultant and critics of the Dixon. Yates ;contract he contended play a / d u a l role. His firm, the First Boston [Corp., Jaler served. Dixon- Yatcs as financial agent. in his statement Tuesday, Dixon laid.the contract with the govern. ment was in lull force for,'more tHan-".six months and during that time-his.company proceeded with" the" performance "of all our obliga- · tions under it." Dixon added:.', /!The"decision of the government lo repudiate' its contract presumably was based upon legal opinion which rests upon important, mistakes of facts and we'disagree with' its · conclusions. v We will, prosecute our-rightful claims wilh the same vigor which characterized our. efforts to. fulfill our part of the con- Juvehile Division ' . ·'WAKEF1ELD, Mich. .-- Michigan state-police, campaigningfto recruit 200^ new. troopers, got this application: "My. name Is Randy Sep'pala, 7 years old, of Mass,'Mich, l.want to join the Michigan state police.", Police said · Randy's · application will be considered^rin.1969/ Refund Checks The surprise Soviet move came quic kly after; th e il-ha lion Coiin- ci! met to consider applications .of 18 countries which a majority of U,- Nr iT.emticrs want to admit in a package deal. Littlt Hop* for Pickig* Plin Despite the Soviet concession, there seemed little hope that the package plan could.go through because of threatened Big Power vetoes;--'/? ···, - - - - - --'-.. ·' the'Western voting plaii called for'separate Securily .Council voles 'on*each o f . t h e 18 applicants and (hen a final vote on all, of them as a groiipi This would s make it possible to block'the admission of all applicants if the preliminary voting did not satisfy all the five permanent powers who have the veto power. - · . ." 18 or Nothing, R u s s t i Policy ··"As (he,Council met Russia stood firm on .her policy of ""18, or nothing" "and - Nationalist China still maintained her'-threat to. veto Soviet-supported Outer Mongolia. . T h e . U . N.- political committee meanwhile brought the Assembly closer, to its.;adjournnient ; goal.-.It gaye t'thumping 53-5 .endorsement ,-- ;^A second court- ppointed- attorney.-for -;John.: Gil-. birt--Grahani, .cBarged with 'miir- der in the dynamiting of 'a United Air. Lines_. plane^ t^aV carried his mother,^ -.^was .'- bii ^record '-Tuesday as 'sayinfihej^lieves' Graham :is innocent.'" * ""- '·' '- ^''',. '''-''v'-'. ; V* CHarles,iVigil,-' ; f6.rmer U. .'si'. il- torn'ey for, Colorado! was quoted in a.press felease as taking his-stahd Sunday night during an appearance at ^Colorado 1 Springs. ' - 1 Vigil appeared with Dist. Ally. Bert M. :Keating, .who .is -.pros- ec'uling the Grahanv^case, ^on a "Sounding. Board" panel program recorded for rcbroadcast this 'week on stations of the .Mutual Broadcasting System. - ' . . ' - ' . - ; · ' · . ' The.- press release, said · several members _6f the audienceYduring » question "and answer period referred to Graham as "the-dyn'a- miter .who caused Jhc Heaths of his mother and 43 other' passengers" aboard -the plane which exploded and 'crashed near Longmont, Colo., Nov. 1. Vigil, the release . laitl, interrupted his .'.questioners. ..to remind them that "a defendant- is. innocent until : and. ; ,unle5S':'.prdyeri ·guilty." He 'also said 'that a plea of innocent by., reason-, of ^insanity; -which Graham has entered '-- is not in itself ah admission of guilt. Parking Survey Cards Placed f'-V-'ii -!'·;·;·!·;:/·;!. ^ : ; v ^ : ff% '·''"' ; l-''- : li' : 'K f '· LI '"''JL ( ' : ·'"*·;·!'-''!' : -' Dr. John, Notorious -"· " . ' ~ - -1- 1 · · ? + · » i I % ! ·· ; - - ' ' . : 1 . . j ! " : J / '. i'-c 1 '- i Billion for B Air^ Forte Urged but was-captured : cha'seJ ·' f j ! -. f ! rn ^f if \u ··%···% Interstate Gas .' cpL'OHSr^o' srfiiNGS · * ^ i ip e- fimd. checks'totaling' $273,072 .were mailed Tuesday by Colorado-Interstate--Gas Co. to..eight- 1 customer companies and two municipalities. The" refund was. made; possible when -Texas· returned '-to.Colorado Interstate money "collected under a ; state j gathering. iax)'pn- natural gas declared.junconstitutional - b y the TJ. S. Supreme''Court-.--."';· The company said refund checks 'mailed a n d amounts were:. ' · , Public Service Co., $109,910; Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America; $88,117; Colorado-Wyoming,'. Gas Co., $36,407; Puehlo Gas and Fuel Co., $14,468; 'Colorado Springs, $16,038; Citizen's · ' U t i l i t i e s . .Co., $5,365; CanorK-Gai'-. Service ' Co., $1,534; Trinidad',--$«37;. Pikes .Peak Natural Gas Co., $429, and Midwest Natural Gas Co., $168. Paul Good,-manager of the Greeley Gris company .office here, said that while he assumed.the refund to Colorado-Wyoming would mean some return to Greeley .Gas company, he has -not yet h a d ' a n y - o f - , ficial word to that effect. Therefore, no-comment could be m a d e concerning what'.the refunds would mean to Greeley gas users. ^ rflw'^disarmament Kegbtiaiibnsr-'"- pnly the : Soviet bloc opposed the resolution sponsored by, the'United Slates, Britain, France and Canada; But the continuing Soviet op-' position" emphasized that the" long East-West deadlock on disarmament apparently is no nearer .a break. - C h i e f U... S. r Delegate Henry Cabot- Lodge- Jr.' hailed; the political committee's-vote'as a great day for. the U. N.-The resolution was..expected to get similar endorsement in the Assembly.-. '-'-. Ground Inipvc'fen Includtd - " The' Russians opposed"ihe" resolution on grounds it failed to emphasize arms, reduction and prohibition of nucleor weapons. '.. ·"·.The resolution calls on. the Big- Po'wer disarmament subcommittee to continue efforts to agree on.a comprehensive disarmament plan in line with'the' instnictidrls of last year's'General Assembly.- It urges the subcommittee to give priority to the Eisenhower plan and .Soviet.Premier Bulgan- ih's -proposal for stationing ground inspection teams at strategic centers. Eight CSCE students 'placed double-sized postcards- on parked automobiles in Greeley's' business se.clion Tuesday...as . part - f of '^an origin - and 'destination;! -pirking s'urvey -being ! ."^ohducted!.by: j the cily'parking '--·-- :! *«-- - " ^ 1( ---y; The studei cards.Uon · 30:20 "a.m. (heir They on Seal Sale and X-Ray Unit · The 'Weld 'County ifiibereulosls Association disclosed : Tuesday. that $6,134.72 has be,?a collected through its Christmas' Seal'-'c'ampaign' and $105 has been donated towards the $5,000'.needed to 'complete' purchase of an x-ray unit for the Weld County hospital. · With more than half the campaign completed--it began Nov. 16 and- concludes Dec: 24, the Weld 'County, group^expressed. concern over the slow returns. The goal for the^ se»!'.;«ale 'is''$12,500 for the 'county.' 1 - 1 · V.i.' : . - ' ·."_We have ^received only one- hird- of the'-contribution envelopes mailed out .to. Weld : County ie»l- dents';'. 1 !Mrs;-Norman.Lyster, pres r ^WASHINGTON. ,WI -- .President Eisenhower ; was' reported \to have laid before 'congressional 'leaders Tuesday .1 'defense 'budget in .'excess of 35 billion dullarVwith nearly hah* lo-gp for Iho Air Force arid guided missile, funclio'ns:' .. In: a three-hour While;House cori- fe'ren'ce .with -leaders/of both par- Ues.'lhe President was said to have emphasized the necessity p[ shaping -American, military 1 forces 'toward averting disaster at home in case of war and providing immediate heavy-retaliation against a n enemy. . . . - · Optimistic Daiplta Red Ira Some' of 'those who allended the ·conference said the summary, of worldj' conditions given by the President and Secretary of State Dulles generally.was 'optimistic despite' their obvious disappointment at Russian actions since the Geneva summit conference. '. , ^ , It* was emphasized that neither he'President nor Dulles feli there was any immediate danger of war. ' ^15 Billion'for Air Force ' .' /The military .budget 'discussed! t fte While House:meeting woiild'be or the 12 months, :.b;eglnntoj: next lily 1. In itjie'current fiscal year, defense spending' 1 is. expected ! to run betwee'n'34 and 35 billlon'"dol- ars with the Air 'Force, spending about 15 billion. - - '.' : "', .Some of. those -at the meeting said ,they hav* been told Individ u'aliy there will -be'-no.tax cutting CarRams-.Croyr'd,;-^ ! ; Injuring iCkizeni VJ-.. · 'PHILIPSBUHG.'Mont'. ;i»!-Li:A' car rammed into aVerbvd of ibout 300 ' persons here ; : Monday,- night', injuring . at- least -,13.' j i J | ' i : ! ' Sheriff Fritz 'Leuck i i a l d j Bud Drake of Phiiipsburg fled the scene of the accident I " ' ' ! ' ' after a two-block Leuck said the .car slammed into' a crowd .assembled, .outside the Phiiipsburg Fish, and Game^ Office for/a.special elk' perrnit.drawingj i Attendants at' Granite!' Hospital described' the condition! of two ;of the victims','Pat Clirie and Leonard Bowen, 'both' of V Philipslmrg,'as serious, - i .·.'.-'ji'.j-i i.{; \ \ - \ . \ ' f . Treatedi'for, bruises ,'andi shock and- thenVrelea'sed 1 were' lAddlsoh Harris, J.^'B.'V.Wkuiiagh'off; ^Jajk Lloyd," Charles StewVrt ; and''Bud Day,-all of Phiiipsburg;'and Bonnie a.nd Stanley Hanson, 1 Jack Salt-' enberger^.. Donna'' ll Jean I Davisj Arnie Jepson and Charles Nicely, all of .Anaconda!: ' , [ ? j : -. ;.\ . It-'.was -believed; 'several- 'other S ' M i ; ; *m ".:# '"·ivi-t lerspns. received -,minor I injuries nid dtd.nol.seek'medicallaid, the PI bud sheriff said.' tract." : I 'abou' ;tp" continue work . u'rit!].V.'fVbou't --4 'p'.rn. will" distribute'': the .cards again Thursday-and i Saturday of t h i s . w e e k ; V ^ , . ; ' '"!·'.'·.:V.-;",''!; "·'., The : cards"; were placet · on"'ve-' hides parked at street curbs*and in public parking lots' in- the -area extending -roughly .from Seventh to 1 -Eleventh .avenue- and Fifth to Thirteenth stree't..'.' : ' · .-.--·." 10,000 Cards iri 3,Days - , - ' , Each of the--'stude'nls.-was.^as- signed a certain'-' section in -, the area' and!told to circulate around the.!,blocks' in * Erie 'section 'during the day putting'the postcards, on windshields o f . parked . vehicles. About 10,000 cards'a re expected, to be.'Vdistributed - during the 'three days of the 'survey. One section- of. the postcard informs the parker'Vf- the' nature""of the" survey and asksi tha.t he or she answer the five questions o n - t h e opposite section and return',that section to. the parking committee. The 1 committee will pay the postage on 'all-cards returned. · . eari.pavesthe wa ig'tne^vehiuaVeradicallon b{ TB. .'i\"Pebple-sometimes 1 fail tb'rea li Jhati.iach'.^Wr ,Tfl. "-" ll --'-- The Qu.stloni Lilted questions- are: 1. Time Seen for State Ike'--To Give Top Place fp ?: ;flew Farm Program. WASHINGTON /R -- The Eisenhower, administrtion reported' ftton- day night it will give; top.,priority in-the new Congress to \ a farm program which GOP leaders predicted 1 , will "win widespread sifp-. port."' -.' ' I ;'- ...I ;.·· .The/farm prohlem--serious because ^farmers' income has been ' failing while other elements of the nation are prosperous--occupied a major part of a strenuous scries o*. : conferences joined in by Pres- dent.'-Eisenhower, his cabinet members and other aides, and Her publican leaders of the House and ·Sen«le. : The White House said no final decisions were reached on details i of the. farm program. Marine Colonel Dies ..' . ' - i - OKINAWA -- Col. Melvin George Brown,' «, veteran Marine- officer, - ' ,By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'_ Arctic air' from' Caha'da 'moved 'across Wyoming and" pushed.- into Colorado Tuesday, bringing 'colder tempera lures, and light snow to the mountain areas 'of '-.both sta'tes. , Temperatures were , expected ; to be colder 'in; rioffhwestern.'"Colora'- do and southwestern . Wyoming Tuesday and much colder in the east portions of -both, states. Strong gusty · winds'- buffeted eastern - Colorado and Wyoming Tuesday and · · were 'to continue Wednesday. 'in eastern.. ..Wyoming.. .·Wyoming snow^'measuremenCs' early Tuesday. ^'included .nearly- 10 Inches »t Sheridan an'd ! « trace; at Casper: 'No 'iheasurable.j amounts were reported 'by- any .-Colorado station checking in with the U. S. Weather Bureau at Denver.. .. Coldest tefnpcratures'in' the two- state area were' J , below: zero at Alamosa, ' in* Colorado's'; San -Luis Valley, arid 13 above : at Moor r croft, Wyo'. ; · · · ·· ''-'· y ·· '·- Maximum and minimum readings for the 21-hour period ending ^arly Tuesday included: -r Colorado -- Benver iS-35, Craig 41-9, - Estes Park 49-35,. .Grand Junction 3S-18, Lamar 60-28, Pu eblo 61-28, Trinidad 65-36, Cplora do Spring's 57-37, La Juntas 66-35, ' ' " Governor Will ApjKinf ":' Statii Represenlative for Firs! Timlin Colorado .DENVER 1*1 -- .· Gov. Johnson, for. the first. time in'. Colorado history, apparently will make an"ap : pomtment to'fill a v'acancy : in the. State House 'of Representatives.' The governor announced Tuesday. ihal;an'Otero-Crowley representative district ' v a c a n c y committee was } unabie to reach an agreement' on a person to fill the vacancy of the late Rep. Paul L. Williams (D-Olero-Crowley). Unden a · constitutional amend' Keeps Foot n the Door SAN -JOSEj - Calif. .Iffl -- 'Din! 'hornton, · former. Colorado- gover- 6r,'- declined . Monday .,nig^t to ' 1 ^BbrW,:Germ'anyj«!;f-;-br; Otto John! the notorious' German; tura* : coat security chief, has returned H the West. - , . . . ; ; I ; f ! . . .."·$'··'·. .The, West German! government'.' announced Tuesday that tie deboo-' air "man of. ayhousand 'secrets'*; riwho"deserted .to Communist East! Germany ."'IS months'ijo hid sur-'! rendered to West German'security'.- police,. : · . "··: .'''t ! ' " · ; . j-'-;,-'^- German 'sources;said. he crossed' into-West'Berlin Monday-and. win': flown secretly 'to !West; Germiny! the''same afternonJ ! - : } ' i i ··-'!--. ".. He . is' being . questioned · by'·-. OM. prosecutor,'of.' the' .West, Germii Supreme Court,' a : ltrse announc*-" merit added.".'' i l ! · J j · ' . !.'·-",-':'. : ., ' Wat Under Guard ' ; :' Sjl . ,Where..he':Is:being held'and bow;, he [ eluded^' the \ Communist ipoljep"; was {not- revealed/ fit [was' known' here.that; the'East; Germans^iis-.' peeled he might' be", plahniug 'to fleV back to'the West and had put him] under! !cbnstant ,'surveilla'nce.-. Hi*'- escape'.westwardj'therefore .may: have-involved considerable in|eiiajC ity on'his part.. ' ' . ' ' : ' : ' '·'· · 1 !-.^!* When Chancellor Konrad Aden-; ue'r told a meeting of his coalition. oyernihent's parliamentary, lead-* rs'.ihat John was back-in! West Gefmany, they rbared withil lose-. .the door, on' ' ' a'ndidat'e' for .the- Republican tpres le'ntlal ; nominatlon.-'But he di ay " I · 'don't 'consider, my s elf' one',' 'Thornton, - a trlendTol·Freslden Eisenhower, spoke · to, riewsme parked; 2. ,Tifne departed; 3. Trip origin? If from Greeley, give street address. If-out of town, give community. If tourist, 1 , please check; 4. Trip destination? Please'name place or places *visited this .trip; and 5, Purpose . o f · trip? (please underscore) Business,.work, shop-, ping, service, other/ : .1 '·.-··' ·?.;/. '-'Jhe'^pa'rking commillee is. con; ducting the survey, to ,determine where off-street parking, facilities should be located. r W j l f SJww.Turiwver- · , , ·Tfie 1 survey' is' expected to sup^ ply needed information on. the .time vehicles "are' parked· at particular locations,'the distance-the parker had to : w a l k : to -'fake care o f ' t h e shopping or business for .which he Texaij Kills Wife, ·.'··': ":'."·;;··''.··; ' / , ..DALLAS, /Te^..Ul -- An 'unemployed " iutb r e'p a'i r m"-a h' who" warned'' "I'm..' juit like t rattlesnake" killed his 'estranged wife and- three infant children : Tuesday then fatally wounded himself as 1 officers" closed "in, ,· Mrs. Mary Calhoun,' 33, her son, Bobby- Lynn, 19 months,- ind her. twin daughters, Paifela.Sue arid Patricia Lou, 3-mpriths;bM, were shot '-and 'bayoneted -to' death in 'thlir East Dallis home about 4:30 s.m.'T . . '' ' Her son-in-law, / John Warren, was 'critically wounded. Her husband, 'Buford V. Calhoun, 32, died more than eight hours later after police cornered him in i big suburbin drug store : on the' east edge of Dallas. 'They had traced a, ' telephone oil he made to .'a relative and trapped him while, he still talked In the phone booth. ' ' . .V J . , " ' TrJ-.T. ~iTMT ~"-ir""3~o forthcom u g' messa ie. Ap. jGonfreti By .'and ' large, .the Teac'flon b the coniretsjonn!'- leaders .to t President's ·'foreign;'and defen: pr6gram's ; -as bu'illned iri theimee ing,' appeared.'to be' favorable.!' Chairman Rils'sell^p-Ga) of th Senate,Armed,Services Committee told reporters:-"!.think the defense program looks-fairly good.'! ···;-. But Russell added the!congres- sional'committees will want.to go ovpr. the'' a'dministralion proposals in'detail, before comrnitttag. themselves, .' ' ' ·' ' · '- - ,, . - ".. "' Eis'enliow.er was quoted:as/say : ing he.i« giving -vigorous support lo his "open,sky" military inspec- llon plan, under which the-United States and Russia would exchange blueprints of their.military instal- ' : (Continued on Page IS) I Die at Reaches 399 . - . · ': . BolHtd t. lt»d« Jury M. .·' '-. :t He ; bolted to. the CommuniiU' ei uly JO, 1954, the 10th mnniveriarj !. the bo mb plot putsch · agauut; iltUer in'-which he 'andrhis -brotSei; iayed prominent parts. 1 i ? ;T.i*- r : .-. John's i flight was P°»t»»* :( »»·' inany's .greatest lecurity icandii.' Rueful' 'Allied- · o)flcla\s \ tdmtttod . . __, _ ...... m'ent passed by the'people in 1050 | made the trip 'and ' t h e a m o u n t - b l .Wyoming -- Laramie 47-3Z, Raw- , , J9», graduate. of.We. U. ,S.-:Nav'«l lins-39-M,. Cheyenne 49-22, Cisper Aeidemy and a World War II eom-.| 44-18, Rock Springt 45-31 Sheridan jf kit ttterr;. 1 '.·: 1 .:?d Sunda-jv the governor was granted.the right .0 fill!a' vacancy in the Legislature if th,e dislricl vacancy com- millee was unable to. The committee has 10 days in which to pick a successor, and if they are unable to .do so, then the governor exercises his opportunity under, the constitutional amendment. The "governor'conferred Tuesday morning with'Fred Belz, Lamar, state Democratic chairman, on the m'atter.. · '.··· ; . · -·.- ; ... ·· At a' Rocky Ford ;fneeling Monday night the six-me'mber vacancy committee gave two votes each to these three candidates:' Mrs. Inei.'Boriey',- Ordway;.James Taylor, LaJunta;';and'Mrs.-Paul L. Williams, Ordway, wife of .the 'deceased representative. A majority vote is needed lo, elect the re. placement. Williamt died Dec. .7. ·; Airs'. ;Bohey Is chairman, of the Crowley- County Democratic Committee and .Taylor is .chairman of the'-Otero .County Committee. . V-Members. o! '.the : vacancy com- millee are Mrs. '.Boney, Taylor, Mrs. Helen R. Sp!!ee and..Mrs. lit McMeekan,/both-/b( :.0rdwa'y; and = Walter. V..-H«"nnirig and Mrs. Anabelle HplIar/iboUi «,b« LaJunU. .'.-.. ·;''';$' V .Police .bullets the' store:,-' .whined, through ' , · , · · . . : B.ut.-'doctori said tie '.brie bullet wound in -'the- right tempi* of Cil- hbun ; indicit*d h« shotj, himself. Officers behoved- earlier he was felled by their gims. .. «' Police '-Lt/ G: Mr Dowdy '-talked wilh Calhoun as he. was fatatfy wounded in the teleph6ne : boolh. turnover- in- parked .vehicle due to parkers leav.ing town or moving, their cars lo .other-parking'loca- tions.;- · ·': · · · · " · · · ;-\ · ' - City Manager B. H. Cruce, who is supervising the surveyfor-.the commitlee,'sald undoubtedly sbr,ie parkers would receive more than one postcard'.each ^day the. survey is '"conducted. · ' ; . ·'"'"'- ' ' He' asked -thai,nil .persons, re-, ceiving more thah' : 'one 'card re- fuiii all of,them with the questions answered,'since this will help'de- termine h o w ' much vehicles are moved around from .one block.to t another · by downtown", parkeri,-;.' ' : The' survey, was '"recommendect by the traffic engineer of the ; CoIi-' rado highway dcpartment/'and the' data obtained will he analyzed b/ him and his staff. The, engineer will .then advise the committee where the .cards, in'dicafe'p'aricuig facilities should-be located. .. .· v - The newly elected executive board of the medical s t a f f at WeM County. General hospital held its organization meeting Monday.eve- ning. ,': ' ·''' 'A ' · ' ' ' ' \ ' By THEiASIOCIATCp PRESS Colorado's "toll in traffic deaths this year climbed to 339 Mo'niay night when two persons were killed in an accident near Ovid .in the northeastern part of· th^ : ..'·'?· ,!The victims were',B»rt Kernen, 69, of Sedwick,' driver'ol ;one'-j of the vehicles, and '»' pimnjer i in hlj car, Edith.Pearl, Trmk/ 81', also of Sedgwick.' : ' ': : ' : i ! ; ; ' ' The State Patrol i»id' Kerhen's car and one driven! by i William Bosotl, 45, of Ovid met at the intersection of two countylroads.' V Rogolt suffered, shock and was taken to » hospital:at- Jiilesburg. Officers said Kernen was thrown from his car.; He) j suffered' a crushed skull. The .woman died of broken neck and other Injuries, On Dec. 12, ; tK4,, thej state fatality toll wai'367.' i ' ' i ! '·/ ... The stale's 397th t r a f f i c ivictim s: Manuel R. Lozoya, [4J, of Fprt Morgn. He died; Monday In Colorado General Hospital ]of injuries ty';fund Ta.lsinB^d^rijiefyr? ' , ( . · ' · At ,the. dinner,'-- he-' said ":Repu licans : "must ;H?prk.' and ,pra'y-'l ev^ry-sincere Democra'tMo Join ; until .'we' get 'the .Democratic pa ty,'relurned lo -(he 'right. kind.-; people' with'the 'right. IclAd of 'ph '"The' 'Vieadcrship' that has'-ca tured^the bemocratic party'ls too f a r ' ' to " the. i Icfl,", he. conlcndit holding 'that was 'one/'reason _ce tain'sections q£ the.Soiiih'left'-trie Democrats'In-'1952... · . . .-.;.''.. '.'Thorh(on,. who, ; owrij a .cattle' ranch at'.Riinnisoa, ;Cplo., uried that : sieps".be.taken, 1 to'isolv'e'.th'e farm .price problem.' on. a bipartisan' basis.i . - . . ·· . " · ··' .-.-..' -· He..sugge5(e3 a -study, to .determine '.how' much .surplus food -is in storage,'how much is, fit for n u r n a n s , / h o w much is fit for, animals and how --much, should be thrown: away., : ·'" " - . . ; Surplus food (1 'he;sald,,should^be piit.'in i'".world : food bank' 7 where other n'atidns'could,barter-for 1 it or; pay for it with their'.own currencies;:, -. . ; . . · ' · / ·Temporary steps-should be. taken', ' he: held,. to help' 'uhsuosM.izei! sections of ' the' '.farm - incJOstry, cattlemen:- He ^suggested' an' accelerated military 'melt- purchasing program so the armed-forces would buy meat from eight to nine months In advance. . ·;· Thornton, discussing, the AFL- C1O merger, said "I think Amer : leans always h a v e ' h a d a fear of by night int9 Eis.t.ippijlin'.heih'sld dined, : in ',i(l* JhingtM:' witi:. Alien. monopoly . hut added, "I don't think the-labor leaders can .dictate to' thejr .million! of mem- 'berii how to.votV.". · '.'·, : .·-'=--. .. Seismologist jT piesr,;' ; ····:/" ·MILWAUKEE --/The" Rev. Joseph Carroll, 63, retired director of;.the -Marquefte'.University.-phy- s'i c i d epa rtment : a nd - widely blown · died-Moivlay. -A Mernb*r« r ;0f.the ; board are Dr. William", H.. Drpe'gemueller,-.chief ofjStaff; Dr. W.'J. Ilinielmih.-yice chief 'of stiff; Dr. James W. Allely, secretary, a n d Dr. Eugene Wiege,.-Dr. F. D. Kuykendall «nd Drl'F.'J..Rpukema. br.^proeg'em'ueller succeeds Dr. W.. W. Webster.'- During the past year Dr. Drtegemueller has been vice' J chief of staff. Dr. Allely succeeds himself is, secretary. ) v , T h e ' b p i r d for the coming yeaY w'as elected Nov. 28. · Susp4!ct« .Pair of Theft' GIASGOW, Ky.' HI -- Dr. Carold Cady' strongly suspects a man and woman team burglarized his office over»th«' weekend.:A -Vnin's ,tpjv Vo»t'-. ind' a ' woman's ; »klrt ,.wpr« stolen.- · · , . . - -.1;- '.,-'i'.:^it suffered in 2-car'i collision 2 miles south of Fort Morgan Oct. -x · . . ' , ! ' ;. : ;'.'··'···. German POV/s Fr«id j : ' ! · : · ; ; ' - V p : l : ! . M . · : ' · CAMP FRIEDLjAND,' Germany _n -- Seven hundred'two German prisoners arrived, here ; Tuesday from Russia.-- the first to retuTM to West Germany since'the ^oviet ended , a two-month i freeze i on prisoner' 1 repatriation.' Up to ; then the 'Russians' fiad:-;releascy 3.M3 war prisoners and [1,973'civilians of the 9,626 they had premised to send home.. : '" 1'i ] j i ( ' : ' . ; : liLpes,'. direcfor .-of t the| States? to'psecret '..Central ^:Inttlll- gerl'ce -Xiency.-'-Forf 10 y,esfs : }h« had'curried favor with'the Britlji -Secret Service. -:~\ ·, '· '.]·.;'·.·,.'? . : John .had-been-direcfor.'oiXWeit Germaiiy'i. Office'ifbr. Protection.of the', C6nsUluUopv(OPC).; Ito'-'qJ«* slori · was' io ferrtt 'put and ;eipoi» Commun!st ; and Nazi' plotters inside the'- Bonn ·.republic, j work-.directly conn.ected not'only ^ith'Sh* security o the ;West|German.TiS public but also ;ofjthe [400,000 'Allied ' troops in -the -country,'.·; j,t±L-.. WaiWrHIni^·malr.a -.·-.-; , After he -joined'the!Commnnlsti. publicly, /-John' J IchsrijedJ ,'thiit Cfhancellbr.' Adenauer's government . was reviving · Nazism and'mililar-r ism. He s'aidjthe/'only;forum'- 1 -hsj could find to jcomh'at; this' 'traDd was hvtbe Coraiii'unlat ;Hs'st,'·;:]:-?· · Before Tuesday's sensational an-' nouncern*nt; he had-been reported living' In ·; Potsdam,' i writing '.hi« me'rhoirs-'and edilorials,!fbr 'Cbm- munist r - : publicatiobs.: j | · ; ::,'"·".·; Temper'ature 1 at 1 'p.iri. Tuestit ras 30 degrees':' j i t ! ' - - ! ; ! ·' '"-'· ' . Locil 'for 24 hours tndtng I a.m. TuesdayriHish.i 48; ;Iow;' 21.1 ·.'' .· ;! -Cplora'do^-^artly j cloudy ilo^* tains .and east ITuesda'yVii.c'atUred ,/' . Mirrlit».L(iW*t; .William L a n g ; a n d 'Anlii Steinmark, both : o(° Grov'er-' : - . " : ; ; : ' i ' ; Dietler To Relird'ui;;n; . · · : - . · ^ i i i - ; ; ! i j ! i ! i TULSA, Okli, UV-^Ralph .0. Dre(- ler, chairman of the' bflard; of directors of, Stanolind · Oil 'Purchasing Co., will retire'Jan: I; it, w'as announced* Tuesday.' He will reach the mandatory retirement; ige of 65 on Dec: 31. · : ;' j J j j i | ( ! ! DWler will haive^er^ed.SZ^years with companies ' affiliated, .W i t h Standard Oil Co'.j (Indiana).- ;He entered Nighl ', : t L ·* -. L . board chalrmin Jur,« M, ml. 1 i · i . t ) ) . . t , i i · · · - i .-; - . ' A 'chinook .wind iin! the r Greeley area; lale-Monday" night, ; was fol- loyved.by'partly overcast" sk'" ·--' chilly ' weather. Tuesqa'y| ri rcasf skies and morning: Thi 'chinook boosted' the mercury at the Public'Service station up" to . degrees' at l : a . :m.', the highest point between! 8 ,a. m.; Monday and 8 a. : m. .Tuesday". High Mondp aft- erhobn was 36. :.i j | ; ; · . ' ! Byi 8 |a/ m, iTuesday, the. thfr- mbmeler.had drpppy^tp:21; and it stayed/belowj. freezing; throughpnf the!nibrnirig.f Shortly 1 "jefore" noon it was 30 degrees 'at !tne ctallp'q.' ] i | the cold, according ;tp forecasts, -\vipi j continue l through; .Tuesday night. Generally!fair weilher was predicted over' thS state W " " - - - ' snows': rn'ounlaln'sj 'generally'.fait west j Tuesday and lover : the -lUtsj Wednesday; i ' i ;eolder.( | northwest, . much colder eastlportion 3Jiesd»y and Tuesday -· P'ght'; '· locaDy; 'fiuty winds : east 1 .Tuesday Laftenioop; low Tuesday, night 5-15 below'iero hisfh 'mounUin| valleys .MS. 1 north-' west; 'to; ,15-25! southeast;,-;hl«ll Wednesday 2S-35 nprthwest to .»· «· southeast.' I ; ' j : i · '. · ' · :' : i Wyoming--Partly ( cloudy Unougi W e d n e s d a y ; ^scattered ' snow« mountains',Tuesday' aifew, flurriesi southeast' 'endingI Tuesday;'»K*r. noon; ! colder-'sbiilhwestl and ,-^jicl! c'olderi east; of 'the ipivide; Tuesday, 'and! Tues'd.ayf'night; ;»trbol gusty winds .Tuesday; arid east portion' 'Wednesday;'! low I Tuesday night' WO! below! rn'ountauis 5-JS north' to 10-20'south';'high .Wednesday' mostly '.m.-theiZOs.'; · j ·· ' ' . . Boulder ; and' Longrriont: .Partly cloudy Tuesday';'. : generally .'fair Wednesday;, much" colder Tuesday and Tuesday'niehf; continued:cold Wednesday; -high': Tuesday, JS-MJ low' 'Tuesday night ·20:25;- :high Wednesday 30-35; Boiilder 30-20-35} Longmpnt 30-18.-35. ; ;·' j | : ^,- Southweslem .Colorado:: .Firuy cloudy wilh scattered! snows in mountains, genef ally'i fair .els*- where .Tuesday i arid : -.Wednesday; little· change in ;temperature; low Tuesday night 5-15 tKlow zero high mountain · valleys '10-20 elsewnerei FIVE DAY FORECAST!'' i /. '. VColorado: Temperitures;wfll »»· crage about, 5 degrees below §«»·' aad j'pnal;: co%,f, Tuesday i night :·_ c'on.t'inued cold .Wednesday; iwarm- 'er i Thursday';; colder, a g sin Fridajr 'and : Saturaay(-few-li»ht snow fiur- . 'ries^'mostly-mountains', -TmOlnJ/1 mght a«d a|ii»'rrid*is,%: -f':-;;? /

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