Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 3, 1961 · Page 5
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 5

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 3, 1961
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Beer-Drinking Horse Dies at 28 Years Old By R E M E R TYSON · V.kW. Thnn Reporter Written for Th. AiwcteM Prati VAUJOSTA, Ga, (AP)-Browh- ie, the beer-drtakihg horse, te dead. He may have died of the "staggers." But in this distance, (taggers has nothing to do with ths 28- year-old Brownie's drinking habits. It's a disease horses sometimes get. . . After Sam M. Wildon, a produce farmer, bought Brownie U years ago, man and beast became drinking buddies. "He loves it better'n I do," 'Weldon, 68, commented. Brownie has been known to get a few drinks foo many under his collar and to act up as If he had lost his horse sense. But Weldon Boy Climbs 35-foot Tree, Is Electrocuted PH1WDELPH1A ? (AP)-Cnris- topher, Murray, 10, told two friends Wednesday night he "could .climb higher . than' they could. Then he climbed a 35-foot pine tree but never came doyn. Utility linemen removed his body from tho tree. He apparently was electrocuted by a 1,400- volt wire within the reach of the tree. · . (aid his pkwhorse-pet had not ad a snort for several weeks rior to,his illness.·- v . . . EqMl te'tM Y**n Two .week* ago Brownie beam unsure of foot. A Weldon ailed io two veterinarians but ley couldn't help. Brown!* died ecenlly at .an age aquiraknt .to 54 in humans, · One. of the Vets said Brownie's salh may have been cattwd^by e "Staggers" or by sclerous of le liver. ' . ... · ' "Staggers" stems either from atiug moldy, poisonous food or .virus; carried by. mosquito** and K illness Wftcts a hone's brain esutting b loss of coordination,' xplalncd the, yet.' .. "" Now that Brownie isn't around anymore, Weldon figures he wfll ave to be more watchful when e goes lo town for a few drinks. When. tho horse accompanied im, Weldon didn't worry about jelling ·» little woozy--Brownie j ould pull him back In the wagon ibserving , traffic lights without any guidance on the. reins. Onca in his lifetime Weldon was! abbed for drunken driving. Thatj ·as the time he left Brownie at; ome and drove a truck to town. Evangelist Dies LOUISVILLE, ' Ky.. AP)-The Rev. Mordecoi P. Ham, 84, a fiery Baptist evangelist who eon verted Dr. Billy Graham in 1934 : died Wednesday of a stroke. VOTE FOR Gordon K. Rissler For.Mayor. . i Under hli kaderihlp Greek/' has progretted; Increased water fftClHtlee Acquired · municipal golf cour Acquired two municipal parking lot« . ' .. . Continued Street Improvement! Unrestricted Sprinkling houri Operated a municipal bua All lhi« with only ,09 Increas In mill fevy 'ever the lait fou years. By the Committee for Re-Election of Rissler War Game Is Scheduled For Staple ton DENVER'(API - A war game will be enacted at Stapleton Field. uhday to.test the ability of Air Force .reservists to-rise to an mergency.... At about W) a.m. » big bomber rom Barksdale Air Force Base n Louisiana will come in for a andlng and roll to Hangar ^. 'it will be a Strategic Air Com- mand'plane that has made a sinv ulated strike against Soviet Bus- la In retaliation for'a mock nuclear, attack .on the United Stales. iBr plane will be crippled, some of its crew dead and inured. All make believe, of course. Lt. Col, James Sweeney of Rob- ns Air Force Base, Georgia, who s here for the test, said it is presumed the atomic attack would wipe out most of the bases capable of handling SAC aircraft. "The returning plane must *bd at a field in the'United States thgt still is functioning," tt said."The bomber must be reserviced, repaired and aid given lo the crew so that the plane may be used for a further at tack." . ' . ' ; . In such emergencies' he said, Air Force, reserve officers aw men in all parts of the country could be. called into action foi fast help. Denver will be the firsl city lo hold such an exercise. FrMay.-Nov. 3, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE Repoorts of Govt., Business Hostility Called Alarming Page 5 In fact, actively to seek ft," ht said. At tor (he prk*flxin| o«*t ti which nine Wesiinghouse 'offlciala were fined and two were sent to J»il for JO days, Cresap said: 'It seems lo me M thU By STERLING F, GREEN WASHINGTON (API-Mark W. Jresap.Jr., president of Westinghouse .Electric .Corp., says he is alarmed over a prevalence of re- »rts of growing hostility be- ween government and business. This it no tiros (or businew to be "antigoyernroent" of government to be "anUbtisiness," Cresap sajd. He called {or a re-exanv uiatton pi attitudes by both bus! ness and government. · . In a ' speech prepnred for a meeting Wednesday night of the Harvard. Business School Club and George Washington Univer sity,' the industrialist declared: "In today's period of peril and challenge, it would be imbccUic to engage in Internecine warfare.". "Government is not the enemy of business; · business is not the enemy of government," he said. "There is only one enemy, and we know who it Is." Cresap'5 firm was among the ?9. electrical equipment-manufacturing companies convicted of price-fixing conspiracy in February. He said he believes the government was merely carrying out its responsibility under the law in prosecuting Iho antitrust case. A great lesson has been learned and corrective measures have been instituted, he salt). Cresap said his appeal for un- derstanding and cooperation be- .ween government and -Industry does ix)t mean, industry should be submissive any more thin it means thai government should teep its hands off UM economic processes of the country. Businessmen, rather than assuming "a posture, of distant animosity" toward officials, should cooperate by presenting the business viewpoint while government policy is being formed, he said. "For its part, government has an obligation, I believe, to expose itself to the business viewpoint-- in time that the interests ft the country will be served not by upending recrimination op tittef side, but rtthtr. by polling progressively forward to realize the exciting achievements th« eWctil- cal Industry is capable of W*k- '"g." He said the measure* Uken by his company lo assure that "neh- Ing like this ever happens at Wcstlnghouse In the future," undoubtedly have been matched la the other companies Involved. US! THE TRIBUNE WANT AM Pioneer Cleaners Your Distinctive Dry Cleaner* Fine Quality Alterations QUICK SERVICK IF DESIRED EL 2-7554 2501 7th Ay*nut We Give 3J*M~ Green Stamps _ Wilderness Bill Objections Told by Colorado Residents Wednesday that a proposed wit USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS STUDENTS... INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE ...invest in an Olympia portable! * (brwatoopwmli · fln*xttdv*oc«d futures · handy carrying · yours for Just pennies *dqr ADVANCE SHIPMENT OF CHRISTMAS SEALS was frown into the Greeley airport recently, The advance shipment of seals will be used in the annual Christmas Seal campaign jvhich gets underway Nov. 13. Col. John Q. Ad- ^ams of the Colorado Civil Air Patrol, third from left, flew the seals into Greeley. On hand to re- ceive the shipment were, officials "of the.T.B. Association. l*ft to right are Dr.: Phillip Weaver,, president of the Weld County TB and Health Association; Mrs. A. P. Marshall, general chairman of the school sale; Adams, and Miss Amy .Shiba, TB health educator. MONTROSE, Colo. (AP) -- Colo- ado residents expressed fears dueled the heaVings, one of three planned in the West on the bil|. erness.bill would interfere with The group met Tuesday !n Mq- eveiopment pf the slate's nafur. · · - - · ] resources. Nearly',$0 persons crowded into i movie'theater for the hearings in, the bill, already approved by he Senate, conducted by. the Pubic Lands Subcommittee of the louse interior and Insular, Af- airs Committee. , . An attorney from Granby, Colo John Barnard, told the committee: "God almighty made it a wilderness area. He doesn't need any lelp from you folks or the nature overs to do it." Barnard said 'he was fearful] that designation of some parts of western ' Colorado as wilderness areas would stymie the Curecanti Dam project and 17 participating irojects. "We need these projects if we are going to continue to be a state and not just .attached to, lh« United States for .rations," Barnard Rep. Gracie Pfost, D-ldaho, con- BRUSSELS - The "do-it-yourself" movement i? beginning to make inroads into Belgium. Tools and appliances for doing small jobs in the home now find ready acceptance there. It's Only a City Election? It might be only city election,.but the Greeley City Cpuncil will spend one million, two hundred thousand dollars of your money this coming year. And it is charged with the health, welfare «nd protection qf 28,000 people. Do you want to be represented 1 VOTE NOVEMBER 7th! ELECT Richard A. (Dick) Boettcher Councilman, Ward 2 · Committe* for Boetlcher for councilman Call/Idaho, and meet next weejcl HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY IB Sacramento, (Jalif. \ · · ·- ' m » -- · · - . 'The stand of the L 'Col registration books were Colorado \Y« r l«r Conservation' Board against turning ."selection of wilderness areas to -administrators was ech- ojed. by.Stanley Wideman, a lumberman fro,!! Dur'ango, . ; Wideman' raid, "designation of (he wilderheiii areas should be left to (he discretion of the communities and the states." He offered for.' the' record petition signed by 100 residents of Duran- gu supporting his statement. ' Hep. J. Edgar Chenovyeth, R- Colo., said "there are plenty of places here where people can en- oy any kind of wilderness recre- itkw they want. We can't legis- ate for any one particular group." Also present were' Rep. Peter H. Dominick, R-Colo; Rep. Wayne N. Aspinall, D-Colo.,- and Rep. Arnold Olsen, D-Mont. Several witnesses said they 'eared passage of the bill would aterfere ^.wilh or curtail Upper Colorado River water projects, development of other water resources and timber, mining and livestock operations. said. Two placed at the entrance to the theater to get sentiment of those at:ending the hearing. The book for hose opposed to the bill was signed by more than 400 persons; he. book for those favoring the jiil by 22 persons. The Colorado Water Conservation Board went on record favoring broad proposals of the bill. But the board's acting director, Leonard R. Kuiper, said the me as ure leaves disposition of vast areas to the decisions of adminislra tors who aren't answerable to the people. Xuiper s a i d Congress rath- ^^^^^^\^^i^ - - {serving 26 years in the post. ' Smith formerly served as po- SELLING OUT -OUR 1961 MODELS - * i* Kansan Named Ft. Collins Police Chief FORT COLLINS (AP) -- The appointment of Clinton E. Smith, 47, of Wichita, Kan., as chief of police was announced Thurs. by the wildernesi proposal. Get Your Corrals Ready For Winter W« Hav« Complete Stocks Of Creosoted or Penta-Trcated Ties · Creosoted Posts · Corral Poles 0 Rough Boards |licc chief at Russell and Olathe, Kan., and as an investigator and juvenile officer at Salina, Kan. He also has been associated with the ]»ichila Central Bu- tatf of Investigation. He was graduated from the Federal Bureau o Investigation train- Ing school and completed courses In political science at the University of Kansas in 1951 and police administration at the University of Wichita in 1958. Smith is a past president of the [National Peace Officers Association and is now a member of its advisory board. He is married and has one Ijdaughter.. BREHTWOOD 9 Lovely Brick Homes Move In This Week No Payments Until 1962 Save Your Rent SHERWOOD 10 2 and 3 Bedroom Brick Homes $14,200 to $19,000 Many Extras ROYAL GARDENS 4 of Greeley's Nicest. Remember- No Payments Until 1962 FREE * FREE * FREE * FREE F,USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ACS Gl FHA Conventional FINANCING WIN ANEW CALORIC KITCHEN Will Trade Will Deal Will Make It Easy For Yoi Never Again Such Values For F««d Bunks, UM Oar 2x12% All Weller Lumber Co. Ault Q*l«ton COMPLETE MEAT PROCESSING Fort Liitoi Packing Plait Ft. Shorty H»M Manager UL T-I5M NO PAYMENTS DNtlL 1912 910 N I N T H A V E N U E · E L g l n 2-B4O7 NO PAYMENTS NNTK. 1M2

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