Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 15, 1955 · Page 3
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Thursday, D«:. 15,.1955 ^GREELEY TRIBUNE . Pa«".3 No Feasibility 1 * f ' ' - " " - · . iy :; GORDON iG,' GAUSS ' In Uniform :!*:-- '.Thero Will be no report on the feasibility ol toll tunnel' through tho Continental pi- ··vide' waif ing. for the Colorado 'legislature, when it convenes. Jan, 4. Chief Highway Engineer . .Mark V. Watrous told - a reporter Wednesday that the Highway Commission, which will submit the 'fe- port, will not meet until Jan: 10. Walrous said 'the commission will review ^material gathered by.' the Highway Dcpl., including a new tinding by Olo Singstad, New York tunnel- expert, and will make rec : ommendaticms at its Jnij. 10 meeting.. '·'..-; Walrous said the commission is the body which must mak'e, any recommendation rather thah the highway department iUcif. -.-; He expressed .belief lhat ^tlie week's delay will npt prevent 1 the legislature from' having adequate time to consider the "reporl .and noted that.il would be impossible to begin any' construction activities before, spring in any eyc.nl. "' Walrous said he plans to notl{ fy legislative jeadcrs of, Ihe situation before.the meeting begins. : .; Gov. Johnson has. stressed '.he wants .a highway -tunnel "site se : lected by'thO'Lcgislaturc.'next January and warils-conslructiorl to.be- gin at the .earliest possible moment/- · -.' - · . ' . · : ;': The 'primary reason, for. the Jan. 10 commission meeting is lo sell .J8.000.000 in_hi cliway^ anticipation warrants which 'Will help finance Ihe slate's expanded road build- ·ing program. \ Sr*ff Strgearir 'James L. Fiih- ·r, .abovt, it new migrxd to Lowry field, Denver. H« reported Dec.'iS to his new duty end b«* flinnlrtfl'Jri January will .start * iix. months' gunner trainer sp«« clailit ichool.i . . V ( Sgt. Fisher was granted a two weeks' leave, upon reporting to Lowry/He and his' : wife are slaying at the' Hbmc'l of his "parents Mr,'- and. Mrs."" : Harry *L. - Fisher 2539 Tench : avenue'court, until the first'of the year "When they will move .lo" Auroral . -The;'Fishers have been living ,, Houston,'Tex.,' vvhile he was s[a Ubn/Jo;ElUnglfin'-AFB. vSgt. Fisher was 'assigned to -the'3605th 1 mr 1 -vehicle 1 squadron 'at P^lingfon. 4 Badge-Tojing Farmers Giving Booi-leggers in Oklahoma, a Rough Time WALTERS, Okla. W) -- .Four "badge-toting" farmers in southwestern Oklahoma are throwing a crimp' in the stele's boot-legging business. " . * Cotfdn County Sheriff Bill;Dyer nnd his llirce.assistanis were'"just a bunch'of cotton farmers""« year ago. . ', Now they're fast acquiring reputation as" "experts" at inte/r cepting bootleggers hauling contra- band.cargoes fromjTexas to cities in constitutionally dry.Oklahoma. } Last Alay the newly'elected sh'er- iff an4'.on!'-of-h{9,.deputies, David Hoop or', "-we rS riding alorig"bn~ia country' road.'.Two cars .sped\by, throwing dust-in'thoir faces.- ' ·! "They looked suspiciousV'VDycr . »aiil, ."so w ; c look after- them. 11 The'two.motorists .were Lawton bootleggers and tlie two.cars were' loadedrwith more than 30' cases of illegal .boozer ..\ - ' - - . -:--. · That'prize haul launched Dyer on a career ,of catching : -whisky runners. He · and Hooper, along with Undershcriff Alvin Clifton ..and ·Deputy Boh Simpson, take turns in keeping a .watch'on roads extending into Oklahoma from nearby Wichita Falls, Tex., a popular buying-place for bootleggers. ~ThisYwcek .Cotlon 'county reaped its firsj' benefits from the sheriff's crusade. Dyer sold 84 cases of confiscated whisky, gin and vodka and 48 cases of wine to a Dallas firm. The whisky, gin and vodka brought $30 a\c«e/.the t wln'e $2. '. "This''is'the first 'whisky'that's ever been, sold in Cotton county," th« theria beamed. "And it brought i record price. According to : the-information we get, that's the highest price ever received in · the stale of Oklahoma'." TJnder stale law, money from ' sale of confiscated liquor -goes to the county school fund. The whisky must be sealed ar.d taken-out ot the stale. . ', .' . · '.,: . . - "1 1j; : Cd|o:SpHn6 Youths-, Arres|ed : a{ter^ Slabbing COLOR ABO SPRINGS -|fl -- ru lice rounded up 11 youths here Tuesday, -after -authorities salt Frank Mae'sias, 21, was stabbed in the stomach with a pocket knife a a drunken p^rty. JJaestas was.taken lo a hospita hy Ernest Jaques, .who said he found the-wounded man staggering in front of his home. Police officials said a bloody pocket knife was found in tb,c pocket of Joe Trujjllo, 24. He denied the stabbing but was held for investigation. . ' i ' ' . · " - " · ' . - ' ',' Police said participants' in [(he party "raised " a ruckus"-, vvhen brought lo the jail. Police Chief I." B. B r u c e - s a i j -''it' ,was lucky someone didn't get hurl." '0* The Police-Dept. here has received threatening.mail and phone calls recently,-^warning, of-.retaliations "for the'breakup of teenage drinking parties. ' - /· = USE THE TRIBUNE WANT. ADS South African Cattle - ' - . ^ / CAPETOWN -- Soulh. Africa's cattle population, declined some 3,000,000 ·hea'.d'during the past four, years, a'/ i;. -.-. The NEW KAWAIJT COWniCH. ' . . TOASTER A»*m*tfc bejvl teliif. Alt you do is drop in the bread.- --no levers co push. T»ii! roTi« Kt*H iHtntfy without popping or "banging/ And what toa?t--every sIiLcalikt from first to last. Cornelia and see it. ABBETT ELECTRIC CO. - 915 16th St.. 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