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Erin Gets Her Big Show Spot I think I do. but T realty iion'1. I I'd like to do most is to study a ling, because I'd rather act than! liiaj. j I f ' l suppose everyone wants to do 1 iwell something h« doesn't know! I how to do ai all." ! 2| 10,000,000th Beneficiary NaSSSF Becomes !| Sport Shorts | Gill By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK '.* -- "God waits, lintil you are ready, i^pn r^ii* 'or 1 you."' ' : ; GILL--The DGD club held its an- That it Ihe simple lailh of Erin j n u a l falnil - v P icni(; at thc shelter O'Brien, a young singer who · house *" I 5 '''"' Grove Monday knocked for years al opportunity's! cv ening al 7 o'clock, a custom f o r ! door and found no one at home. 56 '««. Present were Messrs, and "So many times I wanted so' J!f sdames C=rl Wood. Charles hard lo have a career, and nolh-; Becker, Clarence Townley, J. Fred! ing happened. And ihen, after i j S t e c k . Herbert Anderson, J i m m y ] had done almost nothing [or three! ani1 Carol Ann. John Ilenncy, Arn- years, everylhing seemed lo hap-;°ld Brochtrup, Carol and Ann, Sid' pen at once." ! n ey Reed, James Cook and Dutch Erin got her first break in an i Mueller of Denver, Mrs. Ellen appearance on the Arthur Godfrey i Coke and Mrs, Dorothy Morris. j show. Then Steve Alle.. put her on! Mrs. Wilbur Jackson returned four projrams. Coral Records j home Sunday Irom Fairbury. Neb.. asked her lo do an album for them,! where she spent a week wilh a | and Warner Brothers signed h e r ; friend, Mrs. R u t h Goodyear and to a term contract. 1 visiting her a u n t , Mrs. Jessie Cum-1 In .her first picture she will p!ay j mins, who has been seriously ill the second feminine lead in ".Mar-1 in Fairbury elinic since February, jorie Morningstar," a film version i Mrs. Cummins is a younger sister of Herman Wouk's besl-seling nov- of Mrs. Rose Waite of Greeley and el. ! has visited in Greeley and Gill Erin is as dramatically beautiful many times More isolated Saturday, June 15, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page'5 i AUSTIN, Tei. f. - Tut NCAA Track and Field Rules Committee] .will consider Saturday the addi- : lion or substitution of /our events \ to its schedule in line with the BEIRUT, Lebanon tfl -- G a m a l ' , Olympic Games. Abdel Nasser of Egypt, whose! They had been talking about re- I pan-Arab nationalism sounded like; placine the 220-yjrd low hurdles -a bugle call throughout the Mid- with the 410-yard low hurdles and die East only a few months ago, j t J e 2-mile run with the 3-milc run is becoming increasingly isolated i and addins the hop-step and jump from other Arab leaders. :and the 3,000-mcter steeplechase. But ho undoubtedly remains a , T h e argument was that these rallying point for the masses of [events are in the Olympics sched- Arab nationalists -- even here in'Ule and the United States athletes as a royal palm tree bending in -Mrs. Joe Kulther returned homo Mn. Jane Gavin, left, of Ozone Park, N. Y-, th lO.WO.OOOIh person now receiving eld-Age and survivors iniurance payments, applies for survivors' benefits at her two children, Patricia and Joseph, waich. Mn. Gavin will receive $700 a month, the maximum loclil lecurily benefit!, for herself nd her family, baled on the wage record of he*- decened husband, Joseph Givin. The first checks wero presented to her by Marion B. Folsom, secretary of health, education, and we Ware, at a special ceremony In New York City early in June. Westward-looking Lebanon. Even Kings Saud of Arabia and Hussein of Jordan - who h a v e - a l l the time, grown to fear Nasser's prctcn-: could help themselves by being able to compete in these events world and his playing ot the So- j viet same against the West -echoed his doctrine of "positive neutrality", hostility lo "foreign pacts- and Arab unily «»ta ? t Is- TM -- -- PORTLAND, Ore. ifl -- Boxing promoter Tommy Moyer Friday said ht has offered Heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson $250.000 lo defend his title here some^ Ihe wind, and it is hard lo see how Sunday from Weld County Genera! HoUywood overlooked her for so (hospital where she had a lonsil- long, particularly since she's a ' eclomy Friday, home town girl. ' j .\' av al Air Cadet Donald Furrow, i "I actuaHy was bom in Holly-1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fur- wood," said Erin, "but IhaCs like | row arrived home Saturday from being born in New York City--no-i Tensacola, Fla., for a week's leave, body really believes you when you Donald is a 1951 graduate of Gill lell them." High school. He spent one yenr al Watch the Birdie riel in a joint communique signed last night in A m m a n , where Saud Mover proposed that Patterson meet eilher Eddie Machen or Pal is nearing the end of an official j McMurtr Tacoma, Wash., who ' ' ' She is one of 14 children--six 60ns, eight daughters--of a California milkman, and she firsl learned to sing in the family choir. From earliest childhood Erin, who is dark-haired and has a pelal- fair complexion, dreamed o[ being an actress. "From the age of 15 lo 19 1 went all the lime lo Ihe studios," she remarked. "They all said, 'You're beautiful, and you have a voice, but you are immature and need experience.' "1 hoped they'd offer lo give me training, but nobody did. Then I got on television--and suddenly all doors seemed to open." During this search for a break that never -came Erin married Jimmy Filzgerald, another young singer, and had two sons. "Now I'm mature. Somebody told me it was the babies that did it. I don't know. What does make | you mature? Her enlrance into the entertainment spotlight has turned neither her head nor Ihe heads of those al home. "My family is very proud, but also very critical," she said, smiling. "My sisters tell me, 'Dont look square on your next show.'! 1 Miss O'Brien has one big'goal Bt the moment. "When I sing, I know why something I do is right or wrong. When I acl, I don't. At the studio Ihey Ask for it by name.. University of Colorado, enlisting in the navy 1 November, 195G. He was transferred lo advanced training in naval aviation at Pensacola. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Furrow of Greeley were guests Monday evening at Harold Furrows for a visit with their grandson, Cadet Furrow. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Sla'nlcy Furrow, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Silzman and Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Callihan of Evans were hosts al dinner Sunday for their daughter, Mrs'. Harold Furrow, Mr. Furrow, Elaine, Richard and Kathy, and Mrs. Gordon Carlson in honor of Cadet Furrow. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Morion were hosts Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slamm who have returned from a three month trip to Bad- nauheim, Germany, where t h e y visited their relatives. They were raised al Badnauheim. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Markley and Mrs. Henry Rasmussen entertained at dinner Tuesday Mrs. Charles Rasmussen, Mrs. Virgil Stockton and Miss Ab'ce Larson of Greeley and Jackie Brown of La Salle in honor of Chief Warrant Officer Marvin Earnhardt, wife, Ihe- former Fernetta Brant, and daughter, Marta Lynn, who have been visiting the Gene Brown family al La Salle, Ihe Markleys and grand- molher, Mrs. Rasmussen, Ihe past month. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cole of HoUywood, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown, Tonya and Jackie of La Salle, C. W. 0. Marvin Earnhardt, Mrs. Earnhardt and Maria Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Markley, returned Saturday from a four day fishing trip at Read Feathers lake. ' Mrs. George Briscoe, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Joe Arnold, enlerlained Ihe Gill Ladies Aid Wednesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Ed Lohr, chairman of the nominating committee, submitted Ihe names of Mrs. Charles Becker Alfalfa Weevil Larvae Are Now Hatching In Destructive Numbers! These pests destroy the parts of the plant that contain 70% visit. They do not, as yet, to attack him directly. Though Nasser's hold on the masses remains strong, his prestige wilh olher Arab governments is sinking. One by one his friends or nervous allies have slipped away or lurned angrily acainsl him. N T ow confined his fighting to Ihe Northwest. ,'arlner in Ihis world m i d d I e l l h e Belmonl Stakes, [round where East and West vie I This is Ihe finale of Ihe famed or influence. triple crown series 'for 3-year-old Nasser's g r o w i n g isolalion, Ihoroughbreds, and it apparently :howed in bold relief Ihis week, j selQes down lo a question whether Jordan threw out his military a good litlle horso like Gallant attache, accusing him of brewing I Man can handle a good big horse a plol lo assassinate members o l j l i k e Bold Ruler. he Jordan royal house and government. The action came while Saud was visiling Hussein. This started out as a picture of a 13-year-old Joseph Highland, Elmont, N. Y., and a pet. But gremlins shifted hit did'i viewpoint and came up with a better picture of feeding a baby chick. It was shot with a 35mm Argus CJ camera, and Kalsrr B-C flath at 1/SOth at F 16. for president; Mrs. Wilbur Jackson, vice president; M r s . L e o French, secretary and treasurer for reelection. The report was accepted, t The Aid voted lo have its Father's Day banquet Monday, June 24, at 6:30 o'clock in the social room of the church. Dinner com mittee will be Mrs. Wilbur Jackson, Mrs. Dean Reinheimer, Mrs. W. T. Nolin, Mrs. Gilbert French, Mrs. Fred Carpenter,.Mrs. Henry Meyers and Mrs. Clarence Townley; table committee, Mrs. Buster Nolin, Mrs. Leo French and Mrs. Austin Madison; program committee, Mrs. J. Fred Sleek, Mrs. Joe Robertson and Mrs. Fred Carpenter. Program for the aflernoon was opened wilh Mrs. Townley giving the rievotionals on Prayer from the 17(h Chapter of St. John. Mrs. John Walker read the following short poems, My Garden, Dandelion, My Favorite Litlle Person and Get ^omebody Else. Mrs. Fred Carpenter, a former member of the Aid and who lived at Barnesvillc for many years, but moved to Greeley several years ago and has been working for Dr. Widney until recently, joined tho Gill Aid again as she is a member of the Gill Christian church. Mrs. John Henney was guest. Next meeting will be an all-day cancer sewing wilh a covered dish dinner at 12 o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Becker and Mrs. H. W. Briscoe. , Mrs. Austin Madison, Judy, Sara, First, Lieutenant James Madison of Fort Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Troudt returned Saturday from Salt Lake City where they attended Ed Johnson Reports Progress on Oil Shale lax Depletion Scheme WASHINGTON Wl -- Supporters orado Gov. Ed. C. Johnson report ed Friday "we are making pro gress" in 'the fight to obtain a 2TA per cent tax depletion allcw ance for the oil shale industry. John, chairman of a newly or ganized Colorado committee for do velopment of oil shale, headed for home after four days of effort in behalf of a resolution lo grant the shale industry the same depletion allowance as petroleum produced from wells. Shale oil now is allowed 5 lo IS per cent. The resolution is sponsored in the Senate by Sen. Allott fR-Colo) and in the House by Colorado's NEW YORK Lfl -- Bold .Ruler and Gallant Man and five other ceils of lesser stature matched slrides Saturday in one of the most Islkcd-aboul horse races of Bear Players Carry On Baseball Plans Professional, non · professional Bea cimLfl0i Colorado Sprinfs; and city league baseball will lake U r r v \in where Colorado State College j ^ le"(t off for several Bear baseball players. John Hogg and Joe Edson, senior pitchers, signed pro contracts early this week with the Philadelphia Phillies organization. Hogg will report to Sail Lake City snd Edson will go lo Johnson City, Tenn. Del Petcrsfn, the Bears' hard- hitting outfielder, is on his way to play for the G r a n d Junction Eagles' semi-pro team. But Dr. L. C. (Pete) Butler, Bear coach, says a professional baseball team is dickering for Petcrsen's services. Larry Klumb, the Bears' all-district cilcher, will play once again for the Grand Junction Eagles. Upton, Wyo.. holds the biggest claim lo Bears. Joe Peck and Art Giffin from the varsity and Ernie Andrade, Jerry Hanscn and Levi r. Las Animas; Clark Aurcr^, and Dive Ssj 1 ' der, Wheatrtdge. Ron Herbel, freshman pitcher, is hurling for Syracuse, Kans. In his first star* be pitched a no-bitter. Virg Speak, another f r o s h pitcher, won his first game for Garden City, Kaus., in Iho Bdii Johnson league. Ken Berger, Bear catcher, will play ball either for Newcastle, Wyo., or Upton this summer. Two Bear graduates have taken up coching. Irv Brown is coach: ing the Denver Red Shields American legion hasrball team, which* played La Sil'c Friday. Wayne Coales is coaching the Longmont American Legion team. In summer Air Force ROTC camp are Don Gentry and Gayle Bernhardt. Playing for Don's Electric oi Dfaver are John Bradley and Don. Mardrid from the freshman will| Slern. Fred Boom will play for th« play ball in Upton. Peck is a first gnslewood Red Birds. Tom Jen. baseman, Giffin and Andrade are pitchers, Madrid is a shortstop and Hansen catches. inly Syria remains an important ! the season -- the 89lh running of | Others planning to play non-professional ball are Joe Duca, Canon Ken Kempf, Scottsbluff, Neb.; Charles Douglas, Colorado Springs; Fred Dichl, Cozad, Neb.; Vayne Merrill, Dodge City, Kans.; It also is a battle of wils and skill between two old Belmont vel- jerans, trainer Sunny Jim Fitzslm- torfhwesfern Soph Coed Golf Champion Jordan also announced she had I mons and Eddie Arcaro with Bold called her ambassador home from Egypt; Egypt-said he. had been expelled. A high source in Amman said Jordan was considering breaking relations with Egypt. Jordan's action followed an increasingly familiar pattern. In Ihe past year Egyptian military attaches or emissaries have been expelled from Iraq, Libya, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. Carroll and Murray Support Foreign Aid WASHINGTON 10 -- Democratic Sens. Carol! of Colorado and Murray of Montana supported the Republican administration in Friday's Senate vole sustaining the foreign aid money bil. They helped turn down an amendment by Sen. EUender (D- La) lo trim mililary aid funds by 500 million dollars and an amendment by.Sen. Long (D-La) to remove a 710-milion-dolIar au- lulcr, and a combination taking heir first crack at the great mile and one half classic. Gallant Man's trainer, 44-year- old John Ncrud, and his 26-ycar- 1\A jockey, Ihe brillianl Willie Shoemaker, are piiLed against Sunny Jim. at 82 the dean ut American Irainers, and the 41-year-old Arcaro, premier Stakes jockey Both will be seeking their seventh Belmont. It is the 20lh for Mr Filz, the 13th for Arcaro. SAN FRANCISCO Wl -- Mexico City s clever Raul Maciai the NBA world bantamweight boxing champion, tests his craftsmanship Salurday night jgairist Ihe chal lenfe of flugp'ng Dimniy Ursiia of Ihe Philippines. The 15-round Cow Palace bout with Manias' lit* at slake, starts at 9 n m. wilh no tdecasl or broadcast." Odds slil favor Ihe 22-year-old farmer offite boy who won the KEA crown ..wo years ago, hul v,hiie Ihey opened at about 1 3-1, CHAMPAIGN. 111. Ul - Merlam STATE OF COLORAD °. 5ailey of Norlhweslern Universily friday defeated Judy Bell of the Jnivcrsity of Arizona 2-up lo win _________ _________ ._ . _____ ____ four representatives and by Rep. I Curtis and Hruska, Nebraska Re- lu ICIlluvc LI l^u-ujlllull-uullal flu- - - i_i I. , D c · thorization for defense support in by Friday night about · 8-5 was 1958-59. ,, The vote against the EUender amendment was 61-26, against the Long amendment 53-34. Among those voting for the proposals were Sens. Mansfield CD- Mont), O'Mahoney (D : Wyo), and kins and Bob Johnson will plajr Denver city league baseball. Bill Osier, Ken Krause, Jim Graff and Deh Davies remain undecided about summer baseball plans. Seven prescription tnemlcls to serve you al your friendly REXALL stores: "StH" itampi al Gilbert- Bishop and Weldorado Drugs.- Adv. \OT1CE OF FIVAL SETTLEMENT IB Ihe Coanty Court, In Probate No. 7T52 the Women's National Collegiate Golf Championship. Miss Bailey, 19-year-old sophomore in the School ot Commerce, blew a 3-up lead over the firsl nine holes of Ihe University of II linois course, but rallied on the final five holes as her cpponen' faltered. Miss Bell, 20-year-old psycholo gy major from Wichita, Kan. dropped a 50-foot birdie chip lo win Ihe lOlh and squared Ihe match by capturing the llth ant 13th holes shooting par golf. Miss Bell ran into difficulty anc lost the 14lh and 15lh but parrer the 16th and trailed 1-up. The 17lh was halved and Miss Bailey shol a par on the 18Lh while Miss Bel look a double-bogey-6 to doom her hopes. Miss Bailey, of Evsrislon, HI., had a 39-42--81 over Ihe waler- soaked par 38-38--76 course. Miss Bell shot a 42-42--84. The match was halted several times because of heavy rain. Major League === Leaders= Dixon (R-Utah). "We were very pleasantly received and all departments showed a keen interest in the proposal'," Johnson said. "I can say that we are making progress and that there is now a heller understanding of the importnce of developing a shale oil industry lian ever before." Meanwhile, Ihe InUrior Subcommittee of the Senale approprialion sought to maintain the oil shale experimental plant at Rifle, Colo. Garter Snakes Stuck in Housing ot Motor BOULDER W -- Five years ago j t h e sump pump motor stalled in Ihe basement of a house owned by George C. Glees Jr., an elec- | the wedding of Gary Madison, son of the protein, and reduce yields up to a half ton per acre, j o[ i^ r anc ] j{ rs Auslin Madison, to Clara Baynes, daughter of t h e j Gle _ s fou]ld t n a t g fooUong publicans. Sen. Allott (R-Colo) opposed both amendments and Sen. Murray (R-Wyo) voled f(W the Long amendment and against the EUender plan. BT THE ASSOCIATED P»E!B A M E R I C A N LEAGUE BATTING (100 at bits) -- WlWaml, Boalon, .382; Mantlf. New York, .380; Cerv, Kama* City, .315. FUNS -- Mtntle, N!« York. 50; Wll- Sports In Briet ' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GOLF TOLEDO -- A m i l p u r BUy Joe Pulton and Dick Miyer tied for Ihe h a l h _ lead In the National Open wilh 35-hole nlJNS BATTED IN -- Manlli New York 42: Slavera Waihlnrton «1; Wertt Cleveland 39. IHTS -- Voi Chlcnio, 70: Malzone, Boston and Mantle. Ntw York, «: William!, noilon, Skowron, New York and Lemon, WaEhlneton, 65. HOME HUNS - HlDUe. N.w Yorll, 19; Willami, Boston, 17; Zernial, Kin- 5BS City and Sleven, Washington. 13. PITCHING (7 oclJionB -- Shanll. New York, 7-1. .875; Running-. Detroit, 8-1, 857, Plsrrp, ChlcaFO. 10-3, .769. N A T I O N A L LEAGUE i BATTING flOO al Dalai -- Hod|«i, lotlls 0( 138. Brooklyn. .366; HiuliI, St. laaif, .359; TRACK I Fondy. Pltuburfh. .158- AUST1N, Ter. -- Abilene Chrtalian'i RUNS -- Aaron. MUu-auiee. «: Mtyl. Olympic iprint champion, Bobby Mornw, New York, 40, Robinson, Cincinnati. 39. equalled the world's record in iht !TM- ,RIJNS BATTED IN -- Aaron. MllwIU. yard dash with 9.3 seconds In the NCAA Championships, beitinr Ira Murchlson. Wettern Mlchiaan, by a tlcp. STANTON, Del. -- Morpheus (524. «H ipcd 10 a sleepkchai* record o( 3;U 3-.1 for l*o mllei. likln? Ihe 310,390 handicap fealur* »l DcU^are Pirk. kee. 49; Cincinnati. 42. Hoak, . HITS -- SchoendLenst, New York, 7T; Aaron, M U w a u k M and Muilal, Sl-LxraJi, 75: Hodaea, Brooklyn, 71 HOME RUNS -- Airon, Milwaukee, 17: Mayi, Nev York and Mujlal. St. Louli, 12; Sauer, New York and Moon. St. Leuil. Spray Now -- Phone 336 Rev. and Mrs. James Baynes at their home Friday, June 7. Mrs. Madison is a 1956 graduate of Salt Lake City High school and atlended the Phoenix Bible Insljlule for one year where she mel her husband. Madison was gradualcd from Gill High school and from the Phoenix Institute in May 1957. The young couple arrived in Gill Tuesday and are visiting parents and relatives ganpr E n a k e had crawled ^(Q the motor housing while the pump was idle and had jammed the works. Gless removed pieces of thc electrocuted snake and everything was ail right -- until Thursday when the pump stalled again. Gless found another garter snake had jammed the motor. Now, he's wondering whether to add a class in zoology to his elec- BOSTON -- Looa« Llpa f!6.60 cap- red the feature at Suffolk Downs to n. et a 7 «- furlong record of 1:3.1 4-5. PITCHING (7 declilooj) -- Sinford, OCEANPORT, N. J. - Molnr Line | Philadelphia. 8-1, .Sfi3; Jackton, 61. Loidj, f 16,60) closed f a i t in Ihe slrcich to win : e 2. .BOO; Podrei, BrwhJya afid Acker, at Monmoulh Park. NEW YORK -- Atllcl (S3.80) won the lop event al Belmonl Park. CHICAGO -- Rlak Again (C7.5A) triumphed in top event al Washington Park 1NGLEWOOD. Calif--Solid Rae (|7fl.M) Ecored an upset in Ihe 512,000 California Newlpapen FublifhcrE Asm H a n d i c a p . Cincinnati, .750. until Monday when they leave for tr i c al engineering courses, Tultle, Wash., where Ihey both will --- : --=-- Bees Couldn t Take It I work for the Village mission. OFFSET' Forage Harvested Sleeping at Wheel New 1957 Model is in a class by iuel/l Newly designed epout conveniently operated from the driver's seat. Permits loading to the very back or to either «ide. Sturdier construction of improved hammer 85- Burei trouble-free operation. / And Lundeil Cut Silage Proven Suers fir-2 ,^-f lo G.iu Croal or Re* Crcpl Onl ONE Mlin Maving Pirt · Full, Olli-l: Cin'l Tnir.pll Crooi · OotbnBl Corn Htid Allichr-.lnl Choni Com. Sorco. Uaizo Come In and CiallTODAYI Model 60 Z20 Rainforth Equipment Co. (Wesl) Mil St. Telephone 344 TIPTON", Calif. «l -- Marie Schoenbair tried to smoke out the 41 Indicted in Riots TAIPEI, Formosa Ifi -- Chinese 1 Nationalist Premier 0. K. Yui Fri- Moving Over iday said 41 persons have been in- 'dieted lor complicity in last DURANT, Okla. Ifl -- T. H. Wil-1 month's anti-American rioting and liams has retired after 30 years as 'military courts will try them, treasurer of Ihe First Prcsby- I Yui said live of those held had terian church here. He is 93 years past Communist associations but old but says it isn't his age that | that police had been unable In IE making him retire, he just j find any "planned or organized wanls to "give someone else a effort" behind the riots. Seventy chance at my job." olher persons arrested were released for lack of evidence, the 'bees huzzing around her house. HARRISBURG Pa. '.fl -- TheiAfter firemen had pul out a fire · a Pennsylvania SlaU S u p e r i o r causing 53,000 d a m a g r lo Ihe ; m Court has ruled thai sleeping a t : house, they reported the bees were : f the wheel is reckless driving. 'gone.^ i ^ Real Estate Auction : Sat., June 22 1:00 p.m. Sharp · 1324 121h Street. Greeley | B George Hicks, Owner j m INCOME PROPERTY ;· Six roomi snd bath on the miin floor. G.I circulating Heater. m thermollat controlled. Two 2-room «pirlmenll uprtlln, Bath. Heallnj I and Cooking itovei. Private ouUide entrance to Apartment. : " Lot ilze 65x1"!0 with taiemenli Hi the alley. Double gjrjje md j aj ""'·TERMS: 10^ down day of ule. bilince cjih on delivery of deed.,* This property ha» « loan of approximately *3000.00 at 1% which may be assumed by thc purchaser. There h« also be:n i «WO).flS Issn commitment made on this property which m»y be h«d by i quillfled buyer. Immediate poseeislon on final ·elllemenl. Encellent investment opportunity. Thii home Is vacant BOW and may be seen by calling Merle Hayi of Hays Realty 752 or by contacting firm conducting Auction. ..WELD COUNTY REALTY James Beydler 116 iBih Street Greeiey Claude Redman Broker Phon« Ml AucL I USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS I Premier reported. Heat AVave Kills 9 CIUDAD ALEMAN, Mexico, UPl-- Dehydration resulting from Uie current heal wave has killed nine children in the last three days in Ciudad Aleman and two nearby towns. Twenty-eight other children have been hospitalized. The lenpera- ture has soared to more than 111 degrees. Sir Winston Churchill once described Soviet Russia as "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma." C o u n l y of WeH In ihr. F.allle of JOH.N H. ANDERSON, also k n o w n a.s JOHN H J A l i M A R A N D E R S O N . Deceased? N o l l c p Ifl hereby g i v e n t h a t on I h B 59lh day or July. 1067, 1 will p r e s e n t to I h e C o u n l y C o u r t of "Weld Counly, Colorado, my accounts for final nelllcriicnt o[ Ihe u d m l n l B l r a l l o n ijf Bald estate, when and w h e r e all persons In Interest may a p p e a r and object to I h f t m , \t I h e v so d e n l r e . E M M A E ANDERSON, E x e c u t r l r of said tstate. "Waldo and Waldo, Al'Loneys, G r e e l f - y Bids.. G r e e l e y , Colo. J u n e IB. 22, 2P. J u l y 6, 1557. NOTICE OF TlETEllMTNATION OP TIEIHSniP In Ihe County Cnurt, In Probate No. 7791 STATE OF COLORADO, ) )BI. County of Weld "* In the M a t l e r of Ih? E s t a t e of ELIZABETH E. BAOEIILE. also k n o w n as LIZZIE E. BAUERLE. "NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, Tha't on M o n d a y , t h e 8th day of J u l y A. D. 1?57, a t I h e h o u r of 10 o'clock A- M.. of said day. snid C o u r t w i l l receive and hear of said p r o o f s concerning: the helra _. E l i z a b e t h E. Baucrle. aka. Lizzie E. Baiierl-*, deceased, pur- to the v e r i f i e d p e t i t i o n of Genrg-e F-. H a i i p r l e . A d m i n i s t r a t o r o£ (mid e s t a t e a n d f l . r l a l m a n t as heir a[ law of said deceased, h e r e t o f o r e f i l e d h e r p l n . a E k i n f f f o r a J u d i c i a l a n c e r d i i n m e n t and d e t e r m i n a t i o n of .1'a h e . r f h l p o? p a M E«Uie. and from v h l c h I t appears t h a t Georce E. B a n e r l e . Rt. 3, Box. · fiS. Greeley, Colorado, i o n, A d n l t : Eli«l« A. HayeF. 1H7% Tama r i n d Ave., Hollywood, California, Diurhter. A d u l t ; Lester C. Bnuerle, Ififi LayLon · Avft.. Salt Lake City, Utah, Son, A d u l l : re. heirs of dalrt Elizabeth E. Biu- rle. R k a Lizzie E- Bauerle, deceased. NOW, THEREFORE, Any a n d all irrsoiis who ar« or who claim to ba .lelrs at law of Fald E l i z a b e t h E. Bauerle, nka. LLizle E. Bauerle., d«- t u a e d , are hereby r e q u i r e d lo be and appear IhftreaL, or abide th« de- e r m l n a t l o n of the Court thiraon. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have h e r e u n t o net my hand and the seal of said Cnurt, dated at Greeley, Colorado, this Uih day of. May, A- D. 19*7. ROBERT a. SMITH, A U o r n e v . (SEAL) '" May :B, June I, I, I!. 1S57. C. E. TVALLACE, . Clerk of the C o u n t y CourL WATER SKIING SEASON IS HERE! 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