Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1955 · Page 15
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Onty I Unbeaten Quintet in Big 10 Tahim WasOutsubstituted by ' By.-THI ASSOCIATED What's happened fo'the Big Ten basketball teams? ' ·' · ' The conference had only one undefeated ichool. left in th« pack Tuesday, a mere. 13 : days after the start of the college season. And that team is Michigan State, which hasn't played yel. The Spartans get under way .Tuesday night against Southern Illinois... .Ohio State alone did U s . s h a r e for the Big Ten reputation Monday night, knocking off Oklahoma, 19-68.; The Buckeyes now are 3-1. Iowa, the.nation's fourth-ranked team, and . highly touted · Indiana dropped from the unbeaten ranks, and Wisconsin, lost its third game- In four starts! . ..' " The Hawkeyes, defending league, champs, were tripped by Colo- Colorado, 60-57. .Indiana was .set back by SU Louis, 86-75. \Wiscon- «in bowed to. strong Southern Methodist, 76-62. .- . .. .''" 'All this was. in non-conference competition. Kentucky sl.irlcd the long road back by edging DePaul, 7i-69. Kice, a Southwest Conference Ulan rode to .its sixth straight victory, 85-60 over Louisiana. Slate. ,Wake Forest whipped Virginia, S2-69, in sn Atlantic Coast Conference tilt. Wichita trampled Nebraska, 7146. Drake beat Kansas State, 7064. Texas' AM, under former La* Salic Coach ~Ken;I.effler, 3rubned Tulane, 85-66,.and Oklahoma'A4M defeated Baylor, 59-48. Colorado^ leader/of the Big Seven last season, choked off lasl- dilch Iowa' rally to hang up its Ihird straight .victory. The Buffaloes led- by 10 points midway in the second half, but needed'three 'points in the final'15 .seconds to sew il_ up. They .got them, from Bill- Peterson 'and George"Hannah. 1 Indiana's i se'cond half comeback ran out of gas as St; Louis, sparked.' by~~ Jack" 'Mimlili and Harold Alcorn,..recorded the.Billi- kens' fourth'straight triumph. ^ Kobin Freeman "ran, off . with scoring-honors as Vsual in Ohio State's, victory o v e r " .Oklahoma. The Ail-America guard hit for 40 points, boosting his. four-game average to 36.8 points. Kentucky, which n o r m a l l y doesn't have to come from behind, needed Jerry Bird's basket in the final-31 'seconds to" 1 nip DePaul. except half." The COLLEGE .PARK.'-MdY'. Ml. -Coach Jim .Titum felt that 'one of the biggest reasons'Oklahoma beat* his' Maryland | football team, 7-0, in the''l954'prange Bowl was that Coach Bud Wilkinson '"6ut- subsllluled" him. ' : · · · : . - ' "Bud put his second, team in midway uv tt\e' first quarter with us' on their' one-yard line," Tatum recalled Tuesday; "I kept our'first team in and didn't score. I took them out at the «t»rt of the second period but then Oklahoma had its first team back 'ami playing our second, ao'.I 'had' to put the.reg- ulars .back .in ; and they played all -----· 'a few minutes of the' first result,-he aid,''his 'first team -was run down'while Oklahoma's best had plenty of lip from more rest. . ' '." .. " '; - ... ' *'I didn't have the confidence in my second-team that year,"' Tat u m disclosed. 'VThe one 'great advantage this te'anY'ha's over -that 1953 . 'squad it t h a t - . I won't- be afraid to put. the No. 1 team iit at a crucial point of the gam*." 'Tatum tayi-that actually, it's a misnomer to call it .the No. 2.team. He calls it the alternate'.and during most of the past undefeated season he sent it in with »ix minutes' to go in each quarter regardless of the situation. · ' ' ' Wilkinson's alternate team also is on a par with the flirting unit, according to Tatum,'. and in fact "theirs compares offensively with, the. first better than our* does." the The $15,000. Phoenix ; Open goll tournament will be held- at the Phoenix'Country Club, Feb. 2-5. It will be sponsored by. the Thunderbirds, a special events group. KOT1CC OP FIK AI, · SKTTtKWEXT · BTATK or COLORADO,- -Counts o f . - W . l d ' ) -'- In ike Estate of JOHN T. DUNK, Deceased. Notice - I B h e r e b y given that on M o n d a y the 16th day or January. 1958, 1 wirl present (0 - the County Court of Weld C o u n t y , Colorad my Recounts for f l inly, C inal .se ttlement 'of' the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of aald estate, ^-hen and -where all persons In Interest may., appear ' and object, to them, If they. FO desire. CLARENCE B. DUNS, Executor of said estate. Hubert D. Waldo. Jr., A t t o r n e y . rj!c. 11, !0. 11, J95S, Jan. 1, J9i«.! NOTICE OK FINAL SETTLKMFNT IB t*« Corintr Cowrf, IB Probate. K o . 7431 , ; · ' - . BTATE OF COLORADO. · ; jss.' County of Weld · In the Estate, of PETE KANJS- f.£R, Deceased. Notice 1« hereby, siven that on the Jrd day of' January. 19S«. I ' w i l l present to the County Court of TV eld County, C o l o r a d o , - m y . account* for f i n a l settlement of the admltilstra- tlort of said estate, when and TYhere all persons In Interest, mar appear and object to them. It they 10 'desire. ^ JOHN H. KANZr.KR, . - E x e c u l o r ' o f said- estat*. Kelly and Clayton, Attorney*. ~ Nor. Z2, 29, Dec. 6, 13, 1155. Duck Hunting Best in Years ·From' present 'indications,'' c'grrent migratory waterfowl «i- son in Colorado'which ends Jan. 7,.1956, will : be the best bj the last three or four years, according to officials of the Colorado Game and Fish department. . _ ^ . . i _.'_^_. 1 .'_.' r Gilbert Ni Hiinler, "3epartrnent game manager, says goose shooting has been very good this year at Two Buttesj. John' Martin · and Queen's reservoirs and Blue lake. It has not been so good at Meredith" lak'e.because the'water in this lake is low: C. R. Till, regional coordinator for northeastern Colorado, reports that both goose and duck shooting -have; ¥ been good along the-front range,'with more geese than" usual. He says duck hunting has^ been good along the South.PlatU'rivW, with most hunters .well satisfied. Till-adds that.most of the waterfowl 'which :migraU into Colorado from th« .north have now arrived, with'plenty 1 oi'diicks on most wia- ten. . " · ' · Meanwhile, Wayne Sandfort, ( department wildlife technician, at Grand Junction, reoprti · good population .in ducks in western Colorado. The last aerial.count, in this section . ihowed .6,500; ducks along thi Colorado river from Palisade to tht Utah line and 600 on the Gunnison river letween Delta and .Grand Junction, .with - more coming into west-central Colorado from the Green, Yampa and .White rivers.- ' ' ' : Till also reoprts that de«r hunting during the .second post season in Jackson county, which ended D«c. 4, was very good --.much hetr ter than during the regular. sea : son or' the/early part of ths'first pott season. He iayi there weren't great many hunters but for this secoud-post season but ,rnost of those who were out bagged ; gam'e. Dons Head East at Iop of Jleapv '-' !'· t ; .. ( By THE AfsbciAT'lp PRISS The University of Siti Francisco Dons are heading eastward rated the nation's-?,'o. 1 college basket- bal Iteam,' but uhranlied.'Colorado has moved'Into the "picture in a big way by knocking 'off, Iowa.' . I n 1 the first'regular season Associated Press.poll, San Francisco grabbed «o first "place ballots and rolled up MO points. · '., '-· . : Sports' writers' and iportscastc'rs turned in. 100 ,ballots, : arid ·North Carolina State got heavy support to ; take lecond place · with 640 points. The ' Wolfpack . displaced Kentucky,. second -in -prc-season balloting.. ..: i '. . . . . · .-. .: 'Iowa,' ranked.Nov4 Ihia week, was the only, outfit in the top 10 teams 16 play Monday Bight. Colorado, defending Big Seven Conference champion, ran its record to 3-p by defeating ; the Big Ten titleholders,60-57. "The poll was based on'games'through Dec, 10. ' Kentucky was defeated by Temple, 73-61, .Saturday- and .skidded from second to No. 11. Temple, previously unranked, moved into the No. II .spot. .. · ,. . San .Francist.'i,' easy winner, of three'sfraight/ind boasting a victory string at 23 gamei in a row, won the NCAA championship last season: · ' -· . ·'· The Dons fly to Chicago Wednesday and ; m'eet unbeaten Marquette Friday/in the DePaul Invitation Tournament. Duquesne,' No.. 8 in this week's poll, plays DePaul Friday. The two..winners meet for the championship'.Saturday, i Utah,,winner.of two games with Arizona, moved from fifth In.the pre-season : calculations to third place this week. · , ' . . . Alabama is fifthifollowed by Du que'sne, Dayton, Brighsm Young, Vanderbilt ,and,Holy;.Cross. Vanderbilt, unranked in the pre-season poll, moved;into,No. 9 after defeating Ohio State and Oklahoma. The top tea team's .wllk «m-lMi records ·!·-* firrt rises TOtSi la pircatK**** fpoinis lin 10-9.8-7^-5^.5.:.! bl«ii]i 1. Sin Frifl.e[lcb (3-8) K6A) _ ,, LO X. -North Carcllns Stite .(4-t) (i) ^. C40 . Ullh" (3-0) CD : . sac Texas ;Tech:Jmprpycl for Sun Bowl , . .. ,. ., - . , . . , , - . . . LUBBOCK,- 1 T«x. i '«!'-'-- ''Texas Tech .will be at almost full strength Jan.- 1 · for its Sun · Bowl' football date''at El.'Piso.with 'Wyoming. ··Guard 'Alien .Wesley has:beea slowed by · kne* injury' and tackle Minor Nelson has a broken thumb But : . the : rest ',al the: squad , is 'in good:.- condilibni Coach : Dewitt Weaver said Monday.; ; , - i,^.-. Except for light, workouts, -the E alders haverbeen Mlo' since {hey won.the Border. Conference: crown Nov. J6',' Wyoming', tied. lor third bi'the Skyline ^Conference.','. ; - i Doming Frosl ··'UAHAMIE; ,*,;· t*^ A'vtlred Wyonlin*; :vari!ly suffered '« ; '«3-50 setback at the hinds of the ichooj.'i freshman basketball , club Monda'v J ·' ' ' "- · ' -' ft 4. loira 12-0) (3 ). ' __' 5. AUbim*. (4-0), (11) 6- l)-jquejc* J-OrI- T. n*ylo» «-0 (1) : 8. Brlfham Yauni (4-0) «) . 431 404 . . Ml . 139 . IIW f. Var.derbUl C«. -10. Holy Cro« O-fJ .(4) nr.com. fttjt 11. Temple f3-0) " ,, its U. Kentucky M _: - iS 14'. CinclHBttl (34) __1 i ;__n 103 15. Welt Vir*LnI» 3-t -' ~" ....' t! IS. North C*rDLlDi (S-0)' - , · ._ __ 64 17. S(.-Louis (3-0) -.. __ ' fo II. Ktmx (3-0) :__ « .». jndiitB* CM) CD : : j ». OUaham.i Crty in. - , ^_ j SUMMON* . 7 IM thr Dlittl** C-ivrt ftvll Action No. 11687 STATE OF COLORADO, ) . ·)«·· County of "Welfl ' - I fTILME KAHLER, BUAKE C.) KAHLER. OSCAR II. KAHl ER. ROBERT EARI. GARNER,). ' Ex-Russian Slave Camp Grad Is Hbop Sensation CAMBBIDGiE, -Mass. Wl -- t lanky, bespectacled. Russian wn never heard of biiketbaU'until h T wac 15 is averaging 30 point* game' for Mafsachusetti Initltut of Technology. bimitry (Dee) V»rgun,'ii a 6- enior majoring: fa · architeclurt He' was' born' in" Prigue of Ku s tan parent*,'eaptured by the Ger mans .in - Belgrade 1 and; BOW re sides in ,We~itport, Conn.' Although Ineligihlt^for' 1 Varsit competition at Lamar High Schoo in' Houston, Tex.,, when he firs came'to this country and his fin year at.MTT, -Vergun establishe a Tech scoring record of 356 points last season. In the current campaign he hi scored-11»-pointa in four game The Milwaukee" Braves have'no contract trouble with Ed Matthews. The slugging third baKman hai a two-year:, contract. . It carries through IBM. .'· ' ' . . THB PEOrl-B OT THE STATE Of ABOVE NAMED--GREETING: Tou are hereby aurarao and required to flTe"wIth r the Clerk an ansiver lo the complaint .within 10 day* a f t e r service of this summons upon you. If you fall so to do, J u d K - meni. by default will- b* taken aaTalnit .you for Ihe relief demanded I n t h e complaint. . . . If sen-Ice upon you Is made out- *lde the State of 'Colorado, or by publication, or If a copy of the complaint he not s e r v e d upon you with this summons, you are redulred. to f i l e your answer to the complaint within SO days after service,of thl* summons upon you. ' . . Thl. Is an action In rem b r o u g h t under t h e provisions of O.B.S. Ul- 11-1. b e l n j r , Chapter JJ7, Colorado JjetEton Law* 1»«5, affectlnj- con- t i n g e n t r e m a i n d e r Interest, of th. defendants In and A o . the rollon-ms; described property, o-wll: . - · - · - All thai p a r t of. Section J" r «« (»). Township Ten (10)- N o r t h , ping. Sixty-one, (£!).-West of e fit- Having - a deer in " possession without a locked .tag in Ariiona constitutes unlawful possession. Buster Brannon, Texas ChrisUa b'asketball coach, is enthused.bve the present freshman team. "I ea hardly wait until next year," 'lay Brannon. Notice is h e r e b y given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of. The Weld County Saving's Bank w i l l ' f a * held at The Weld Cou'nly Savings Bank, In Greeley, Colorado, on January 10. 1156 .at :00 P. M. f o r . t h « election of elxht directors, the consideration of J n or aer e c e m l r . , th C O L O J l X D O DEPARTMENT O HIGHWAYS will -mah» final pay ment to Gardner Construction Com cany of Glenwood Springs, Colorad contractor for- the construction « Colorado Project No. r 005-1 (II f consisting- . , and concreta pa.venient, 0.770 mil oaf, locate'd on State Highway N I between Evans and 'LjtSAlle, Weld County^ State of Colorado. Filo claims irlth AUDITOR, D artm*nt of Highway*, before ahov d i v i d e n d , and the tr; for* aald meetin Die. 11, mi. common atock Liaetlon of any that may com* bell. JACKSON, Pre*. U. WATROUS. Chl.f ] Ineer, D e p a r t m e n t of Highways. Dec. S, T, I. ,.!«, 1», 11. 11, 15, 19! " · lieekh.lKvr. 1 Metth.fr Notice · I s - h e r e b y given that the annual m e e t i n g - o f the'stockholders of .The Farm . I n v e s t m e n t Company will be held at The W*ld County Savings Bank. In Qreeley, Colorado, on J a n u a r y I, 1»S at 1:09 P. ' M. for the' election'of five directors, and the Iranssctlon of any · other business that may come.before aald ""· D. H. JACKSON, - P.rea. - ' .. 1|, Hit. : ' ' . ' ' th ilp y-o P. M., In Weld County, I N M E M O R 1 A M . gradjn -slrucliur ecllon to the Soi ClitiM Secllor.; '.the West line Southwest corner o f said - - - - - - r u n n l n r thence East on a line parallel lo the South line of s a d S«ctlon lo the East line of said Section, and thencs South, on the Eajt line of said Section to the Southeast corner of slid Sect on; thence West upon the South l i n e , of s a i d Secilon corner of N o r t h on ,vnc ,. =·» »··' Section to ihe' point of c o n t a l n l n l . !« acres, more and for the appointment of a U for such lands ' and tne l""««! 1 there In of c o n t i n g e n t "n'f 1 " 1 '": men, and renuesllna; aathoritr for a'idh trustee to s«Tl, execute and deliver a valid oil and'aja. lease coverins oil and gas In and under the above, described property. (SEAL) XOTICB Or riKAL FAYMEKT On or After Deeimber SO, l»t£. t COLORADO D . E P A R T M B N T O H1OHWATS will mike f i n a l pa raent. to Blanchard Construetli Company of Derby, Colorado, eo traxKor for. th* construction . Combined Colorado Projects as fo lows: 8 0024 11),'.60:' m l l e L . grading, stabilisation, itructur and ~*sphaltle surfsclnt; on Sta Highway Ko. II between New Ra mer and Weld County Line; and 0029 (4),' 7.0(3 miles of gradln atabillzatfon, structures and asph tie surfacing on Stats Highway I 12 between Fort Morgan and N* Raymer; all sltualtd In weld a Morgan Counties, State of Colorai File claims with AUDITOR, D l a r t m e n t of. Htchwarfj b«for« abo 0. WATROU8, Chief En nesr,' Dfepartment of Highways. Dec. I, ». 10, 12, II, II, II, 1*. 17, II - .strong appel. that fish and Idliie Values' be..r'e«oghiied'.as a ajor fa'ce^ of our -national econ- iy, especially in'th'e development ;'wa«r re'sciurc'es' was 'made by oma's L. Kimball, dir'ectprof Ihe loradd Ga'me and Fish dep'art- f n t , - a t » meeting of a special ngressional subcommittee in Dear this week. ' . . ' He urged'that fish and wildlife ' giveh ; eijual recognition with »od control, drainage, irrigation, wer and any other objectives in ater resource development, and it lull advantage be'takeh to en- nce the value of fish,'-wildlUe id .recreations! possibilities in all Htstrnclion projects. He advocated that 'Congress mend Public L»w 732, the Coordl- ifion Act, to guarantee.the miti- ition of wildlife,kites that 6c- ir during river'.basin develop- ents-and to encourage the en- ncement «f fish, wildlife : and creatioaal 'facilities " wherever wsible. . - . , . . ' - .. . He . urged t h a t ' the 'government ire sufficient lands around im- oundments built with public lunds assure access to and recreational cililies around such impound- ents for Ihe" public. ' · ' The,. director pointed , out that e .d epart mmt .'and'. tV. sports men Colorado are keenly aware of the eed-for complete development of ' e great water resources of the ate' for p'ubh'c benefit!. ' . , ' . : He disclosed .that -while hunteri nd 1 fishermen' last «a'r spent $3,- ·7 · for licenses- in ' Colorado, ley also'spent $75,11.,585 for other iing« while hunting and fishing, of hich 40 per cent wa« spent lor lothing and equipment and : 60 per ent for meals, lodging, travel and entertainment. - ' TULK ' ' . *7n loving memory of Catherine Tulk. '. Nothing cao «ver laie away The lore our hearts hold dear, / Fond memories linger every day, ·· Remembrance keep* you ne»r, _. The children and family . CTarX of §*td Court. aofl Hootcheni · - » . ' Attorney, for P l a i n t i f f ; . Kinney ' MAOKKY. _ - f ' -. . In lovlnc memory o* Flenore Macfcey who p*6sed away 1 yuar ago today/r Gone II the face I lored no dear, Silent Ii Ihe voice I loved to hear; Too far away for sight or speech, Bui not to far for thought f to reach, Sweet to remember her. who was - .here,-. '. : ' . . . j And who,' though absent', Is just · "ai dear. " . · JUy Mickey aid ebiKrei i Urges; :fiorny; . . . . ; Coach Ey Shelton's Cowboys 'ar- rlVed bji_ck ^io' Larimleyionly two hours - before ·' the-*: game' after dividing two* contests 'with { b?efbh State lii CdrvaUU; Friday land Saturday: ' '·'·(-·· : . · '· '··'·: '·· ' · ' · ' . ! : The ^reshnien us*d;.three ioph- omore trinsfers who are' Ineligible to play with' the varsity this year. One of them, Kent Bryan, collected --19 'points^ ' a n d another, Bill Mulitey, jot 18.'. . - ' : , / ' . . ' .' Joe 'Capu, · "scrappy, guard, topptd ' the varsity v with ' 1 Z : taUies. [ . Spofejn,Brief' 87 rare AUOCIATKD riVM FOOTMtL ,-'-.- KVANSTOM, '· 111. -- I M4«l Colfi Le-j Sibu sad Us .vanity sfslf were fired by Northwestern'! MW athletic director, ·til Ho!comb. , - · - · · ' / . - . · - - ' . ' · . · : LAFAYETTE, M..' 1 "-- : X«a»eUl . (Jlck) Me'.leako», PunJM UalreraUy line c»cb. 'e«ach' u succeed ' Jrowns Dominate East ft"'-- roirV^;^-;-'.': £v*' ;: -- ; -4^.*!·.-'*····· Conference Star^Ieam «si moed up |Spoiirls;Shorls NEW-..YOEK in - Willle':'May, the .New.. -York' Giants' slugging outfielder, has signed his 1956 contract, the club .announced: Saturday, and it is believed he got''a $10,000 boost .over his reported $25,000 salary of last season.- Mays,.Ihe.No. 1 Giant of 1855.on performance, · -led the National League. in , homers with 51, four more than Ted Klusiewski of Cincinnati. In 'the ilugghig department, Mays led the league · a .659 mark. with Coach's 'Punishment' --Keep 'Em Shooting OMAHA - Omaha. University Coach Jack Cotton was a bit wevexi Monday night when his basketball team trailed South Da- 'iota, 30-22, at the half. So.th« Indians got.no halftime ·est a n d ' n o pep talk-. Cotton kept them on the floor and had them hooting «', the free throw line an the rest period. It paid off. They hit 14 of 18 lift tosses in the second half, wmbarded the basket from the field with accuracy and won, 62-53. AHCADIA, Calif. «1 -- Swaps, 1955 Kentucky Derby jwinne.r, took his first workout. Saturday lince Ills losing match rice with Nashua last summer. . . . . . . . i , With exercise boy Chester While up, Hex Ellsworth's chestnut colt worked a hall mile In 50 and 2-5 seconds. Trainer Misch Tenney indicated he.was satisfied with the horse's right front foot, which went lame after the Nashua race. .BEEVILL'E, .Tex. ui -- curiu Walker, 59| local Justice · of. peace and former Clncihriatriteds outfielder, died .at his home here Friday night. Walker H a d : a . bating average of .347 durinj, his 10 yatiri in'big league buehall He played with Ihe New York Giants, the Philadelphia Fhilllei and was with Cincinnati from' in to 1930. ' SAN FRANCISCO «1 -- Dlree tors of the California State League Sunday, named Eddie Mulligan-of San Francisco, as president to sue ceed'Jerry Donovan,'new presiden of the San Francisco Seals In the Pacific Coast League. Mulligan, (0 was' president' of the' Salt .Life City club In the Pioneer Ltagu from 1«3» to 1M9. -. Holcomb. . . PHILADELPHIA -~ 'Jim .Trimble WAS fired'as hesd'«*ea' el~the-pBUl!e[wa CciKi.ia.tln Natkual'F*Mbsll Lesf». CiNClNNA'fl · -- ira»k'-; ClsirVreUfned as llae roach at.UM ;UaivtisLty of -Cln- eiussir and . win 1 Deeoaie . bead cosrh M the .Oilswa Ito-JCh . RkUrs of j the pro Wg :Four . Lesgu* la'caakdi. ' ^ 'MIAMI, n«. -- Phar.'.Wlad («»0) on tbe' resture'st'Tropics] Parkr.'· ;' SAN : BBUNO, * C a U f . - ^ ( - Y u l t s ; ( M . I 9 ) captured-Ihe six-fuil«aa- leatute at TSA. feisn. . - ' . ' ; . . . ' * " . ' ' ' . Ptiiiadelphia M^kes Bid For AF-Army/ : Havy lilts PHILADELPHIA W.-- Philadelphia, j traditional icene ol-,"Army- ivy footblll games, Is trying to ook Array and!I Notre Dame for 08 at i huge : Municipal Stadium id also it'.trying .to. l a n d - s o m e the future games.between Army rid-Navy and the:new.'Air Force cadem'y. The Army-Notte Dame football ries-is scheduled to be resumed i'1957, with the'first game ten- alively set for the Irish stadium t South- Bend, tad. City officials said Monday that otre Dame U "100 per cent sold" n the idea of the .1958 game here ut Army will not make a ded- on · until after. the first - of · the ear. Jamei A.'Morrispn, director ol the i. Chamber ol, Commerce con- ention and .visitors bureau, said e had mad*, .trips to. the Air cademy,: to We*l Point and* lo outh ,- B»nd. to line up the pros- jtctive i game* -- all of which ould be expected to draw huge rowdi to th« 102,000-seat. sladt- NOTICB. TO - CM EDITOR · .No. TBS7 ftUtt of ' DAN BOON-R LEE THOMAS, ».k.». DAN B.. L.. THOMAS nd ma DAN THOJIA9, Daceand. ^otlco Ii .hereby- given th*t on ha 18,h'riay of November, 19(5, l « t - er* of Administration were Issued o th» untlenIgntd «· A d m l n i a t r a - rix of tn*i tiboTa naTned cBtnte and all tunoni having- claims neat net aid «ilat« tr« required Lo,fila t h e m er-aHowanc* in th* County Court ot "Wild. County, Colorado within glx m»nlha f r o m et.[A d a f a ", or aald -Ulmt will b* foravtr barred, SARAU F. THOMAS, A d m i n i s t r a t r i x , -tA\r and Clayton, Ally*. Kov. it, 39, Dec. 8, 1J, 1»5S. Isi the-IMjilrlei Cnmrt Civil Action No. 1ZOS! STATE Or COIXjnADO ) County o f TTeld ' . ) ' · ' , In the Matter of the Defennln*-. Ion of Interests in Land* of MART ^TADRON T,AMBBRT also k n o w n as MRS. MART JfADRON 1 , Decsiscd. THE PEOPLE Or' THE STATE Or" COIX^nATJO-TO FRANK A. LAMBERT,, h f l r at M a w . - o f MART MADRON LAMBERT, also k n o w n aft JIRS..MARY MADRON, Deceased, to all other person* who are or claim bs heirs of said d e c e d e n t , and to all -persons Interested, GREETING TAKE NOTICE that a Petition hai. been filed In thiK cause sll«gina: that 'he above d e c e d e n t dle'd leaving the j o l i o f f l n g described real p r o p e r l y · Ituatsd In the County of weld, State of Colorado, to-wlt: . ' Lot* Nljie (») and Ten (19), Block Fourteen (H), Town of Erie. That the Petition names the following perroas as th* h*lr* at law of d e c e d e n t : FRANK A. LAMBERT--Husband- --S4I7 AJax Avenue, Bell Garden, Calif. : , ·You are n o t i f i e d to a n s w e r said Petition w i t h i n Twenty (25) day A new women'* bowling record was let in Hawaii.when a five- woman team rolled 1037. Lilly 'Cinziehai1 229, :lJUian Sato 213 Frances Klein 207, Mildred Omura inr.,Ipt Andrads l«a=^...^- T¥ SERVICE CALLS ALL HAKEi ' DAY OR ·"MI. Century Radio and Television Ph. .4150', ',"'. '625 8th AT« B.dlo Repair and TV Rental.. . ' Member : of Rocky Mountain Radio ind T«ltvlllon ·TMlinlelatia, Irio.-. , D«c.,13, 195? . GREELEY TRIBUNE ' Page LOS ANGELES .Ml - The cham- 05 Cleveland Erb'.vrs and ninner- Washington. Redskins dominate e : , Eastirn"- Conference ; all-star a m . which will meet: the best Ihe West in the. sbtlh annual ro Bowl footblll game here Jan. The · Easttrn : i t j u i d - ' w a s -an- juneed Tuesday, by game director aul J. Schlssler. . The . Western luid will, be: announced j Thurs- F.ne.Pete Pihos.of Philadelphia, ckle:Lou Groza. of Cleveland and efensive .back Emlcn Tunncll'.of ew York.made'the,Pro Bowl, for c.sixth slraight.ycar. , . ' . - , ' / Lavern .Tprgeson, Redskin line- acker, will'have a chance to play .th .the squad he helped..to de- at in the Pro ;Bowl. last ·year, aying'wilh Dulroit .a. ^ear agdj f ran back~'an".inicrcenied pass set up the winning .Ip'uchdown r the West. ." \: ' · . , ' ; . ' v i ' /The. East team: ' .'. ' . , ' " ' . ' ' . . Offense -- ends D'arroll Briw- er, Browns, and Pities,' Eagles; iiKlos..groza, Browns, indRoose- elt 'Brown," Giants';., guards" Abe Gibron, Browns, and Jack Stroud,' Giants ^center, Harry Uluisld," He* skins;;4 quarterback - rddie IeV Baron,,'Redskins;. J haUba v cks. Olie· Malspn, Cards, and Frank Gifford, . Giants;- fullback Fred Morrison, Browns. ( / ."};·.'."-."''.-., . J ; . , - , v,:," : · . ' Defense~~ ends Carlloh Masseyi Browns, and Gene Britoi Redskins; . tackles Don Colo,:Browns, andLVol- ney Peters, Redskins; -guard Dale Dodrill, Stcblers; linebackers;Tor- * geson,,Redskin5, Wayne Robinson, Eagles, and Fred'Wallner, Cards; halfbacks ; Jack Butler,. Sfebiers, . and ; Dick Lane,.. Cards; safely TunnelJ,. Giants.:..",-.:'. . . . . · CHICAGO «1 --..Former; AU- meriea halfback Cbaricy iTrippi, ho starred for' the'Chicago Car- hals /or nine years, retired as n-active player Monday and was amed an assistant coach with the ardinabj. · H« will .be- 33 Wednei- ' NASHVILLE, Tenn. W -- Henry . -Kean, »!,- who 'coached five ollege, football teams to Negro alfonal championships, died of i eart attack at a -hospital Money. He retired ss head coach at ennessee A!^.State University ere last year. .. - . ., ...I. . , - . . - . . . . . . . can , - , . . , - · . ' ' ·'_ be .«f ; . : · ' ' ' lervlce ' ' ' . · · - ' · -·· ---- T! to' you. If ' - . · you want a . ; . . . ; . .· · : ; ,- warmer, m o r e - :.. c o m f o r t a b l e ' ' h o m e , INVE8T1-" GATE with noobllga- · j ·tlon, A l u m i n u m ' com- . . - bEnatlon atorm-« o r e e n · door., only. »«.95 Installed ,. . : i n d - f u l l y guaranteed, .aluml-. hum aelf itoring itorm window* from $22.17 up". BavV Y 3 of yb'up. fuel b i l l with these permanent In- stsllstioni. Esiy FHA payment*. Nothing Down. - . Call me. · ' . : at . ' : -' . · - -4 ;. , ' 7 . - - . . " ·' · · 1- - · . · Tom Clifton Greeley KOOL VENT 'Awnings : A Merry Christmas . to YOU. ; LONG'S PEAK CAFE · · - " ' ' i · · . - · · - \ will be closed^ 'iintil Friday rhornmg after perional service of thja Nolle* , or within t w e n t y (20) days the Ijist publication of Ihla Notice. 1C i erred by publication: and ln~ d«rauH o( an Answer the Court will proceed to hear this m u t t e r artir the *ip|rAl]on of the Uit period for. Ans»vei-. ' . ^ Catcd at Gr«e)«y, Colorado, thi* Elh Jiy of Jecamber, 1S6S. (SEAL) MAKTHA R. GRPIGO, ClerX ot the Dl.trlet Court D.K. I, II, 2C, 27, 15oi. U t«rrrficl Th«-fact that .we're -wiling Fortfs hand over firt · whit · hot ittm thc« n«w 1936'Fords r#*Uy artl Bu«iiesi k'gr«it. and we intend to k«tp it 4«t wmjr, TTiafj why well go aU «*rf to offer you a (J«al **t wi y/ditiill you hear our deal! . t'Mike fllttle on » 16t"-th»ti Ibe way we'r tfwse'rujv 1956 Fordil Big volume «nd quick ; tumryer make It'pojjible for' Ui to lilie'-a tmall pcodt on ·tcli ,e«r ^e sell . ', '.-fiai big MVrngi.on to voal Com* ·· for yourtelf th«t we'r« not kidding! . hi «nd And:what r a carlo deal on! . · . j'Ort look «Vth« foot! of a '56 Ford ... with its long, Vx«/, road-hugging tllhouelt* that only .'th« fahulous ' Thunderblrd could inspltel Feel that power . . . the ' Wgger'^qukk reiponie of new Thtmderbird Y^S rjowei*. If» /tm to drive a F6rd . ,' .and ao/er/too', wrth »«w Lif««u«rd D«ign.' ' ' ^ Vit P A T R O L M E N , DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED - · - . -'-BY--'.'' : CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION from December 5 Through December 23 PATROLMEN^REQUIRBMENTS: Colorado resident for pist year.-AGE: 22 liru SI. HEIGHT: It. 9 In. WEIGHT: 160 ".to 215. High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Cerr tl.ficate. BENEFITS: Security of position for lift; retirement after K )urB of a«nrjc«;' liberal alck benefit*; vacation* with pay; training for a recogujzed prof«illon; beginning salary $30b p«r mOQlh with automatic Increases for three rears; and opportunities for promotion on merit basil. Apply in Pergon Your Nearest Colo, State Employment Office _ . ' y or' · · · ' " , - : . - . . - · ·-. Room 125, City ft Coanly Bldg. '· · · ' Denver ^lurnover Deal No wonder America's turning to Ford! Btiyeii' find they get more Iri 'afford at no.Ktrn cost than'In any other car in the low-price Seld. Ford I* America's fine car ... at half the fine-car price! Come In for a Test Drive'and prove it to youitelf I · . . . ; GARNSEY and WHEELER Corner 8th Ave. and llth St. . Phone 220 r, V 1 ;

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