Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1962 · Page 6
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 6

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 10, 1962
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|iPage_6_GREELEV TRIBI'NE MOB.. Dw. 10, 1962 Life's Like That ONLY Output of Records Assures Musical Merry Christinas ·w«r Hunt Co4 ».(XW iishtrnwa compared w«h| 30.WO some time ajo, is mrs seemed to tire of the Madonna There are 270 miles of book * in the Library By HUGH A. MULLIGAN AP fowifttturn WrHtr a few seasons before with an [album of German and Austrian Just as medieval artists never -'hrttmas songs by Elizabeth Schwarzkopf. nwtif for their great master-! This year a number of top art - - - · - - - · - · · ists in all fields are represented pieces, so do modern music makers seem to find endless inspirn- with Christmas albums that bic fair to make a mark on the ma ket. lion for record albums in the Christmas season. Each year brings an enormous output of Christmas music: carols, forces with arranger-conductor ora wos, concertos. Masses, bal- Robert Hussell Bennett for a mag- lads, novelty numbers and tradi- nificenl album of carols on an RCA Victor label. Included with iional airs and folk tunes. The uia.mer and means of de- the usual seasonal numbers i liver/ are as varied and ir.exlmus- Miss Anderson's incomparable 'tabl~ ·· " "' - · · · ···· as the Christmas catalog: rendition pipe organs, choirs, chimes, Swiss Maria." jells, zithers, crooners, prima don . , , · · ------ "Clu-islmas in the Old World. 1 nas, dance bands-just about ev- ,,,, exceptionally well-edited col erytnmg from harmonicas to full lection of carols from around the "A ntw hit is i tonic to mt . . . it jim mt cneugh itrtnjth to buy a drtu, shots and purse to go with it." .he search for another "White Christmas" or another "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer." the two all-time best selling Christmas songs in the pops Man Kills Self After Shooting Wife and Dog Frederick H. Oehlmann, 56. and Ills wile. Josephine, 54. They had been married about 34 years. A relative said Ot-hlmann was suffering from cancer of the neck DENVER (APi-A man suffer-lpain." ami "was in constant, unbearable ing from cancer killed his wife his dog and himself Sunday, |H lice said. Officers identified the couple a WE REPAIR ALL MAKES I'olice said Mrs. Oehlmann apparently was napping when she was shut in the back of the head with a 12-gauge shotgun. The dog, Sammy, was killed while chained under the kitchen sink. Oi'hl- mann's body was found in the basement. Literacy Urged CAI'E TOWN - The (inly way lo share in parliamentary government was "by limiting the right to vole lu people . . . sufficiently educated and sophisticated t parliamentary system,' chairman world ' is classical field, where MORE AUTOMATIC Transmission Go, 821 2nd Street EL 2-1358 DAYS ENTER! Take Morn Out of the Kitchen with a . HOLIDAY for TWO -Hatpmnir PORTABLE DISHWASHER in MEXICO Additional entry cards available at our bank. ENTER NOW! · Washes with cascading streams of water hotter than hands can stand Separate cycles for dish es, utensils, fine china · Needs no installation · Rolls to table for easy loading · Holds complete service for 12 · Automatically adds spot- preventer in last rinse As Low as 139.95 RON'S GREEIEY NATIONAL BANK Open evenings until 8:30 p.m. 8th at X l h . . . Greeley's Banking Corner Sine* 1877 field. In the most major artists and most or ches'ras already have Christmas albums to their credit, there is always room for that one great one, the masterpiece lhat will lake its place among the great recording, of any age. Such a feat was accomplished last year by London with "A Christmas Offering," a brilliant album lhat combined the talents of soprano Uontyne Price and the Vienna Philharmonic under the masterful baton of Herbert Von Karnjan. Angel did it Contralto Marian Anderson joins of Schubert's major cffort |abe '. s rapidly making a name for it self on this side of the ocean. Zithers, for some reason ,,. other, are becoming as common n Ihe Christmas repertoire church bells. This year 'Christmas in Zilherland," a Capilol album featuring Ruth Wei corre twanging out a medley o slai.dard carols and seasonal pops numbers. And not since Santa Claus came to Siripson's bar has the Wes or at least the down home se jcen so strongly represented in the Christmas catalog. Practically every Weslern (country) artist o' any note has moseyed up to thi fireplrcj with a stocking full o loliday music. The Evcrly Brothers team up with the Boys Town Choir for ; surprisingly sensitive rendering of famous Christmas hymns on Warner Bros, label. Eddy ArnoL :akes his guitar into snow counlrj !or i cheery RCA Viclor song fes lhat ranges from "Jingle Bell: Hock, ipgh) to "it Came Upon i Midnight Clear." In the same vein, RCA Victor' "Nashville Christmas Party" ol fers a whole Christmas hoedown with carols and ballads by Skeete Davis, Chet Atkins, Hank Snow The Browns, John Loudermilk, thi Anita Kerr Singers and slmila demigods in the chitlin belt. Of course, Mitch Miller is bac with another "Holiday S i n Health News By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A lifesaver (or poisoned babies, chemicals lo improve memory, and wine as a diet aid are in the medical news: Baby Saver In Binghamton, N.Y., last March 14, babies accidentally received formulas containing salt in-lead o( sugar. They began dying from excess salt in their blood- i streams. Three were saved by a technique which exchanged salt loi sugar, and this method has since heen used successfully in adults Along" (Columbia), as are Bin with similar salt poisoning, re- Crosby with "I Wish You a M ports Dr. John E. Kiley of Albany "7 Christmas" (Decca); the H. Medical Center. ry Simeone Chorale with "SL A solution of sugar and water is We Now of Christmas" (Twenticl injected inlo the abdominal cav- Ctntur; Fox) and Ray Conni ity, and left there for two to three *nd Orchestra with "We Wish yo hours. The sugar fillers slowly a Merry Christmas" (Columbia into the bloodstream, and salt filters slowly into fluid in the abdo- P. |. Bars Reds men. The salty water then is removed, and the process repeated ^ as necessary until Ihe bloodstream becomes normal In salt content. Memory Booster Tiny injections of the powerful poison, strychnine, enable rals lo learn tasks more quickly, and with fewer errors. Not only lhat, they remember t beller how lo do Ihe lask if Ihey I gel strychnine injections one minute after initial trials, says Dr. James L. McGaugh, associale professor of psychology al Ihe University of Oregon. Strychnine and other drugs stimulate the central nervous system, allhough the exact mechanism is not known. Far too poisonous for human use, strychnine in Ihese experimcnls might show Ihe way to development of similar but less dangerous drugs to help control mental deficiency, or improve learning and memory. Reducing Aid. Wine taken with or righl after dinner helps overweight persons stay on a reducing diet, a physician finds. It probably acts as a traiiquil- izcr, and reduces the emotional tension of sticking lo a die!, says Dr. Giorgio Lolli of the International Center of Psychodiclclics. New York Cily. .Men and women taking a lew ounces of wine with meals or des| sort cut down their daily food intake jnd showed small but con sibtcnt weight losses, he says. Wine at bedtime also reduced nightly refrigerator raids. Glasses of wine taken 30 minutes before dinner, however, did not have any delectable effect. MANILA--The Philippines hi, barred citizens of Communist n: lions from entering the counti as a security measure until col war tensions subside. gre* in \YJungun, D.C. ipation ia the Lofoten cod fish- in northern Nomay. which recent years averascrt ;iUiul-USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS For Christmas. Your Choice Think of it ... these beautiful solid walnut tables with teak inlay tops at en amazingly low $19.95. And each one packed in an easy-to-carry carton! See them at our showroom! today! 718 10th St. Open Friday Nights BIG DOUBLE DRESSER, BOOKCASE BED AND SPACIOUS CHEST-ALL FOR A best buy by Bassctt! Formica tops that wont mar, stain or scratch . . . in colors ac ] ly TM tchm K the handsome cabinet woods. Three different finishes to select from, to match any decor. Plus famous aassett features, such as DuPont "Dulux" protective coaling and tilting mirror of Pittsburgh plate glass. **·········««·*·*····« DESKS, CHAIRS AND FILES for every otflee ntcd. 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