Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 17, 1957 · Page 1
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Phone 3 fcfort 7 o'clock If yog fa() to receive your copy of the Tribune, and ont will be delivered. Wrltun ey Horace Grille/ In 1171 A N D THE G R E E L E V R E P U B L I C A N VOLUME 4»-NUMBER 1(1 OnitLEV. COLORADO MONDAY. J U N E 17, l»57 WEEKLY T R I B U N E ESTABLISHED U.S. and Western Powers Hail Reds' Moratorium Offer LONDON Lfl -- The United States and three other Western poweri hailed Russia's plan for a controlled ban on nuclear tcsti Monday as an importnt move toward t partial disarmament agreement. The' American delegate. Harold F.. Stassen, told ,the five-power United Nations Disarmament Subcommittee his country is ready to move toward the position of other governments in order to further the quest for i limited treaty. Stassen said he will shortly present proposals of his own with the aim of speeding the search for an agreement. The Russians Friday proposed a two or three year suspension on all nuclear tests and agreed to admit international teams of inspectors into the Soviet Union to insure that the moratorium was respected. The x five - nation subcommittee met for 75-minutcs Monday under the chairmanship of British Foreign Secreta'ry Selwyn LJoyd, who explained his unexpected attendance was due to the fact that the talks now had reached "an import- a n t stage." Lloyd then declared there now w a s ground "for a constructive examination of what should form the parts of a partial agreement" on disarmament. When Russia's delegate. Valerian Zorin, spoke he agreed negotiations had reached the point when t h e elements of an agreement should be defined. Omar Garwood and Wife Among Four Killed in Traffic- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two Colorado men were killed and six persons were injured in two separate accidents Sunday as the state's highway toll continued a tragic spiral. The toll now is 123, compared with 152 on this date a year ago. Former Denver City Judge Omar E. Garwood, 78, and his wife, Jeanne, 76, were killed on U. S. Highways 83-87 north of Pueblo Saturday when they turned directly in the path of a State Patrol cruiser, the patrol said. The driver of the cruiser, James B. Bell, 35, of Pueblo, was seriously hurt. The latest victims were Andrew Howard Brown, X, of Jamestown, and Jerry Williams, 2J, of Denver. Williams was a passenger in a car which plunged off a Western Slope road and into the Fryingpan River early Sunday. The auto was carried 200 yards downstream in the swollen stream before H j lodged. Brown was the driver of a car in which five passengers were riding when it skidded on a curve, rolled S'j times and sped more than 400 feet before coming to a CSC Assembly Speaker Dr. Julian W. Smith, abevi, of Michigan Stall University, national drrietor of th. outdoor *du- cation proiict of th. Am.rican Association for H.alth, Physical Education and R.trillion, will th. CSC pr.-s.ssion as- s.mbly Monday night, at I o'clock at the Gardin theit.r. Hi will discuss Hit subj.ct. Out- 'door Education and Recroitlon. Dr. Smith will bt In Colorado as · m.mbir el th* faculty of th* outdoor tducation workshop and will bring about 40 stlictld tilth- *rs h.r. for a 1-day spiclal proj- oct study In outdoor rocroation. McDivitt District Supt; Wejw Here Gos Supreme Court Rules in Favor of 14 Reds in Smith Act Decision Court Avoids Giving Ruling on Door-to-Door Dr. Henry Weiss, who has served as superintendent of the Denver district of the Methodist church for the last six years, will replace the Rev. T. B. McDivitt as pastor of the First Methodist church as the result of appointments nude during the weekend. Dr. Weiss, who received an honorary doctorate from the University of cDnvcr, at commencement ceremonies last Friday, will give his first sermons here this coming Sunday, speaking at both the 8:30 and 11 a. m. services. Prior to going to the Denver supcrtritendcncy, Dr. Weiss was pastor of the Methodist church at Fort Collins for about eight years. Kev. McDivitt will leave Greeley this week or next lo succeed Dr. Weiss as superintendent of the Denver district. The McDivitts came to Grreley late in the summer of 1952 from Pueblo, w h e r e Rev. McDivitt was pastor of St. Paul's Methodist church. COLORADO SPRINGS in-3ish- op Glenn R. Phillips, resident bishop of the Denver area of the Meth- idist E p i s c o p a l Church, an- jnounced new ministerial appointments for Colorado Sunday. They included; Greeley district: Armel, David Gray; Evans, Kenneth W'anbcrg; Fleming and New Haven, Henry Parmenter; Fort Collins lay director of the Wesley Foundation, Robert Hunter; Greeley. Henry L. Weiss; Kecnesburg, Charles E. Jones; Kit To Denver Duly Rev. T. B. McDivitt, .bo.., plltor of th. Flrit Methodist church htrt. hat Ixin ippointid e th. D · n v . r district, ond will move to D.nvir shortly. Mountain Areas Get More Snow . Rate Hearing To Be Held June 24 An application of the Grerley Gas Co. for orders authorizing it to redesign its basic rates for (as scrv re in Weld county and to put into effect a temporary gas rate adjustment July i has been set for rearing before the s t a t e " public utilities commission in Denver at 9;30 a. m. June 21. Jack Herbert Dies NORTH READING. Mass, (fi -Herbert N. Soncrant, 66, better known as Jack Herbert of Broadway song and dance fame, who appeared on the stage for 30 years with his wife, whose stage name Five Ordered To Be Freed; Others Retried WASHINGTON iT-The Supremo. Court Monday thrsw out the conviction of five Communist party leaders on charges of plotting to teach violent overthrow of thi U. S. government. In the same decision the high court ordered new trials for nine other California Communist party officials who had been convicted on n.!f'r i TM i n r n C n r i h r r a t r , J was Barbara Necly. died Monday. I Justice Harlan delivered Redesigning of the rates s , '_ [court's majority decision, in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Another five days of scattered Carson, J. William i afternoon rainfall w : as predicted | K a j e ; Last Chance, Daniel Tom-'for Colorado and Wyoming in ex asked on thr grounds t h a t the BTU content of the gas which the Grec- ley Gas Co. purchases from Colorado-Wyoming Gas Co. for distribution in Weld county will be increased from 961 ntU's tn 1056 BTU's on or about July 5. "This will result in a decrease in the volumes of gas sold by applicant to its Weld county customers and a consequent decrease in applicant's net revenues," the application states. The Grreley Gas Cn. has re-designed its basic rates, for gas service to recover its loss of revenue resulting from the higher BTU gas It will he supplied in thr future, the application continues. However, the re-designed rates will not in crease the overall cost of gas tr the firm's customers, it is staled Thr application adds, that as a result of a proposed increase in rates the Colorado-Wyoming Gas Co. plans to put into e f f e c t July 1. Hail Damages Beets Southeast of Eaton, Report Hail southeast of Eaton around 2:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon caused some damage to sugar beets, according to surveys made by field- men of the Great Western Sugar company. Coal Output Down VIENNA UP -- The Communist- controlled Radio Budapest said Saturday Hungarian coal production is declining "due to an unexplained 3 per cent increase in the absenteeism of miners." It gave no details. Colorado Weather Temperature at 2 p. m. Monday was 6* degrees. Local for 2 hours ending 8 a.m. Sunday: High, 54; low, 48. For 24 hours ending I a.m. Monday: High, 70; low, 42. In the 24 hour period ending 8 a.m. Sunday, there was .27 of an inch of precipitation at the Public Service station and .28 of an inch at' the sugar factory. Colorado: Partly cloudy Monday. Monday night and Tuesday; widely scattered afternoon showers and few thunderstorms in the mountains and in the north; warmer west, cooler lower Arkansas Valley Monday afternoon; warmer west Monday night and over most of the. state Tuesday; low Monday night 25-33 in the mountains with 40-55 elsewhere; high Tuesday 60-75 in the west. 70-85 halt on South Boulder Road in DENVER UP -- Colorado's Su- ' in e; Louisville. Howard M. Cas- tended forecasts i.:surd Monday Boulder county. All those in the preme Court refused Monday t o ' k e y ; Lyon;. Binford W. Gilbert.,by the Weather Bureau at Denver. -,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,..,,.,,..., car were thrown out. jpass upon the legality of the so-j Pueblo d i s t r i c t : Colorado j The mountain areas of Cobra- "· P'«".'."/"'"'"".i r " J . w)v The State Patrol said Williams\ t t\M "Green River ordinance" Springs St. Paul. Jack L. H i l ; do received new snow, ranging up !' n ''"'';.»,,, t ,iimated addit^n was a passenger in a car driven prohibiting door-to-door sales ,0-,Colorado Springs Stratmoor Hills, to three inches on Vail Pass, I * " ' 1 " TM " ' '.'T nr ,,, 1, nur by Davjd E. Baker, 25, of Lake-' licitation because voters of the 11- T. Allen; Del None. James A. Temperatures are expected lo "' s 9 2 8 ' 9 ""uallv "r «» » "ur imod. Cuykendall of Roggen Heads Water Board city already have repealed the leg; Haggart; Florence, C. Edward average four to 10 degrees below Whitlennett; Manzanola, E m m o n s ; seasonal levels with a rising trend Single; Olney Springs, S. Oman it mid-week but cooler again late islation. The high court, in an opinion by Justice E. V. Holland, directed the El Paso County Court to dismiss charges against Kenneth Frederick Norton and Sherwin Lowell Circle. Tie relias also directed Overly. Utah-Western district: Cortez. J. Wayne Schwindt; Fruit a. J. Randall Brown; Grand Junction as*o- Tuck; Grand lay director, __ _ League: Grand Valley, Ken- against 'the ~d'eteidantj~" but~'not '"eth W. Xeal; Mancos. Eleanor Greene; Marvel. Fred J. Johnson; ( elate. Leslie J t h r ' J u n c t i o n Goodwill court to cancel f n e i e v i e d colected pending appeal. Norton was fined $3 in Municipal Court for soliciting a subscrip- in the week. Temperatures e a r l y Monday were mostly in the 30s and 40s with two-mile-high Leadville reporting 27 for Colorado's lowest reading and Big Piney logging 30 for Wyoming's coldest. The nation's cold spot was Brycc Canyon, Utah, with 25. Meeker. Erwin R. Simmons; Me- Denver's 41 was only three dr- sa J. H. Stewart; Pagosa Springs, jress above the city's record low 1-38 in 1912. r,r-»r,, r i, T i . TI /- tion ·" his newspaper, the Gazette- j Elmer J. O'Brien. _ DE.NVLR Mi -- Joan H. «- u T" TdjgfjpVj Circle was fined $10 Among ministers re-appointed to R a i n f a l l throughout W y o m i n g kendall. a Roggen irrigation farm-! f o r j^n,',,^ to , c n , vacuum thc *' mt pastorates were: Fort |early Monday was expected to end er, has been elected chairman ofj c [,j n f r g^ ,--,,],,,) ^ County'Lupton. Richard Lungren; J o h n - ' d u r i n g the afternoon in the west the newly-organized Colorado Un- Court ^. hpre Jud g e Charles J. Si- town. Robert Musil; Pierce, B a l - ' a n d south portions and during thc derground Water Commission. | m o n uplle ] d tne conv ictions and Iari1 Wilson; Plattcville, Earl e v e n i n g in the northeast. The out- The group, at an organizational l r j i s e d [}, e [aiti ^ $100 ,.,,.), ,Wood; Windsor, Herbert Zies; look for Colorado was for 1 s c a t - j revenues refunded, the application meeting Saturday, named Simon I ne ordinance under which Ihr Longmont, D o n a l d Grooters; trrcd showers t h r o u g h o u t the al J32.879 annually for gas it purchases. Because of this cost increase, Ihe Greeley Gas Co. is seeking an order to put into effect a temporary gas rate adjustment, affecting all its customers: in its Weld county service area. Thr lolal increase in the company's revenue from the rate adjustment would be approximately to Ihr amount of its increased costs. The proposed temporary rate adjustment would remain in effect until thr federal power commission makes a final determination regarding the Colorado. W v o m i n g Gas Company's proposed increase in rates, when thr rate a d j u s t m e n t would be r e v i e w e d , new rate schedules established, and any excess In the Lowe and Galeton stations. 334 acres of beets received medium d a m a g e and 198 acres light d a m a g e . In addition, there was an additional 428 acres of medium d a m a g e in the Aldcn district. Thr sucar company also reported light hiil in the vicinity of Kuner and Kersey which appar- thc same charges. The ruling turned the five completely free. th« which Justices Brcnnan and Whittaker :ook no part. Only Ono Outright Diss.nt.r Justice Clark dissented outright Justices Black and Douglas concurred with thc majority, except that they favored freeing all 14. Black wrote an opinion explaining his and Douglas* views. That left on the majority besides Harlan, Chief Justice Warren and Justices Frankfurter and Burton. Thc 1* Californians were sentenced by U. S. Distort Judge William C. Mathes in lot Angeles to five years imprisonment and fines of $10,000 each. Thej were convicted Aug. 5. 1952 aftei a six- month trial before Mathes and a jury. r n t l y rini no d a m a g e to beets Convictions Win Und.r Smith Act The convictions were under the 1940 Smith Act, the government's main anti-Communist weapon. The appeal was the first major case under t h a t act to reach the Supreme Court since 1931. In that year the tribunal upheld the act and th« conviction in New York of Eugene Dennis and ten other top officials and other crops. Southeast of Eaton. Ihe while fine in size. feU in heavy amounts for a short time and also caused some damage to grain. It w'as accompanied by about .6 of an inch of rain. of the Communist party. I Lawyers for the Californians ar- "·''· gurd before Ihe high court t h a t the individuals had clearly indicated a desire "lo work within the framework of the democratic process.' Elliott, Pueblo, vice president and Sam Chutkow, Akron, secretary. George Colburn. state hydrographic engineer, will serve as executive secretary of the commission, which begins functioning fines were levied was repealed by Iceland, Krrmeth Smith; Boul- mountains and north portion dur- a vote of the people April 6 d c r - M«rvin Adams; Fert Collins,! ing the afternoon. ' ' - - - · - - "-· ·· · « ,-.:--. July 1. The Legislature $25.000 for its use in designating critical areas for control of water well drilling and establishing lo- Justice Upland said the rteei-j RuIus Baker and A. P. Games. Summer School Opens al Colo. U. with 6000 sion leaves nothing for the high | court to decide hut "a moot or academic" question. Conseuqcnt- . . , I ly any ruling on the merits of appropriated iu,, ,,,, wl , rcfu , fd . , dvisory m u, 0 , e Boulder and Longmont: Partly ('"uyk cloudy Monday. Monday night and wuld move , low | y , d(iin g : St. Louis Area Storms uykendall taid the commission I K i l l 10, 3500 Tuesday; widely scattered afternoon showers or thunderstorms in this vicinity; warmer Tuesday; think it would be'a terrible mistake if we spread critical district designations over the state just be- high Monday around 70; low Mon- clusc the w , tfr tab!e h , s drcppe1 day night 46, high Tuesday 77. j ^ at ,, st ,,.,, ,, A:ft j,,,.,;. Southwestern Colorado: Partly cloudy Monday, Monday · night ar.d Tuesday; widely scattered afternoon showers and few thunderstorms in the mountains; warm- rr Monday afternoon and Monday nirht and most of the area Tuesday; high Monday 60-70; low Monday night 25-35 in the mountains, irv-55 elsewhere; high Tuesday 60- 7S; Durango 70-42-75. Thunderstorms Sunday afternoon dropped one-inch hail stones on thr Akron area of northeastern Colorado and smaller sJones stairs. Heading the group was William | Schneiderman, of San Francisco. I-Dcy R'ln .17 ·* Inch H.r. I former California Communist par- Greeley itself received no a d - j ' V chairman. At the time of his ditional rain Sunday. For Friday night and Saturday, however, the arrest in August, 1951, he was listed by the FBI as the party's act. Public Serv'ice station measured a M national chief Schneiderman total of .97 of an inch of rain and i*?V. m . 0n . ! _^ s . eJ ' Or "' hom n e w the G r e a t Western Sugar company .73. {trials were ordered. Those fried outright are: . . Philip M. Connelly, editor of the Heavy cloudiness continued to U j An -. f i f , r d i t i o n ot the Com- prevail in the Greeley area Sunday, although there was some sunshine d u r i n g the day. The high ' The'local c o m n n v a s k s t h a t both t e m p e r a t u r e at Ihr PS station was thr order for re-designing its b a s i c ! · ° degrees contrasted to Satur- rates and the orde/ for a temporary rate a d j u s t m e n t br effective July 1. Interested p a r t i e s w e r e given until June 19 by the commission to munist n e w s p a p e r "People's World"; Henry Steinberg, Los Angeles county party legislative director; Mrs. Rose Chernin Ktisnitz, ..... - ........... - - j c x e c u t i v e secretary of thr I^os Anday's 51. Thr low Sunday night U P ] r j Committer for the Protection and early Monday was « de- of Foreign Born; grres. Al R i c h m o n d , editor of the San M e a n t i m e , h e a v y rsins in K a n - j Francisco edition of thr "People's BOULDER iB -- Classes re- lumed with the start of the 62nd annual summer session at the University of Colorado Monday. east of Fort Collins and in the ! i n d i c a t e w h e t h e r they desired t o j s a s and other points to thr east W'orld," and Frank E. Spector. Los Sterling area. [protest or consent lo issuance of 1 continued to delay Union Pacific ; Angeles county industrial orjani- ' t h r orders requested in the a p p l i - 1 westbound schedules of thr C i t y ' z c r , ! of St. Lonis. The City of St. Louis j dur h r r e at 9:38 a.m. Monday Woman Dies at 113 cation. CROCKETT. Tex. r - A 113- year-old Negro w o m a n . Mrs. Ma- More than 6.000 students arc ex- na Hopkins, died Friday at thr -^ tr.r,r . r-, j f t i P e c t e d to attend classes during home of her daughter. Mrs. Came ST. LOUIS if - Hoods which I{J e , c . u(Lfk ,, udy p _. ;(d , Williams. Norman Cou'ins, editor of The' Mrs. Hopkins w a s horn on a. took at least 18 lives following cloudbursts in the St.' Louis area Saturday R e \ i r w m a g a z i n e , will Georgia p l a n t a t i o n aM c a m e to receded slowly Sunday under clear ^ , hf -, r r s k r r Tur '^ a "v ri: ' ht . · Crockett in i«".j. R . t r i l l for This. The others convicted and due for w a s rescheduled for 1 p.m. r e t r i a l are: N n r t h e a « t of Greleey. the U. S . ' M«. Dorothy Healey Connelly. potato experiment station m e a s - ; W ' f c of Philip Connelly and former ur'ed M of an inch of rain from . c h a i r m a n of the Los Angeles coun- Friday afternoon to Monday mom-1'?' P'"': »'»· o!cl » "Connor GLENWOOD SPRINGS ·r-Thr ir , c .\ 0 hail had fallen there, how-[Vates, San Francisco. Northern Foreign ,, r r California party secretary; Mrs. Loretta S t a r v u s Stack, San Fran- of VFW Colorado Veterans of skies. Commissioners drew lots for j M a n y o/ the 3.500 residents of length of terms with the Wowing results: CuykrndaU, two years; Chutkow, three years; Elliott, one year; Lail Schmidt, Lamar, four years: James McDaniel, La Jara, one year; Walker Myer, Center, two years; Chester Harris, Mar- low-lying neighborhoods who fled he'ofe the accumulations from record rains Friday night and Saturday, returned to their mud- ringed homes. But slow-draining flood lakes in some sections of the hard-hit, heavily-populated region kept hun- sUncle Willie at Home Show rel. four years, and John L. Heu-jdres of refugees biding their time, schkel, Carbondale, three years, j and continued to block traffic on U S. Highways U. 40 and 50, major traffic arteries. Thr. torrents enveloped an area with a radius of more than 50 miles from St. Louis, and embracing thr nation's ninth largest metropolitan population of some 1.6SO.OOO in northeast Missouri and southwestern Illinois. Court Acquits Labor Leader FIVE-DAY FORECASTS Colorado -- Temperatures will a v e r a g e 4 to 9 degrees below seasonal, rising temperatures by mid- w e e k ; cooler late in week, widely scattered local afternoon showers and thunderstorms most days, becoming more numerous late m the w e e k ; afternoon high tempera-1 | 7 In Family Dio t i r e s in 70s and 80s warmer days. I WASHINGTON If -- The S u - j Seven members of a f a r m f a m i l y M to 75 cooler d a y s ; night l o w i p r f m e Court Monday acquitted .died rear Feaufort. Mo., 40 miles t e m p e r a t u r e s 30s in mountains,ijjbor leader Johr. T. Watkins of'southwest of Si. Louis S a t u r d a y ns and 50 lower elevations. i contempt of Congress and took a ] whrn their car was c a u g h t and broad slap at the House C o m m i t t e e ' t u m b l e d in a virtual w a v e of warm Un-American Activities. ter near a smsll creek. I By a S-l vote the high court! 1J.75 Inch Riin Wyoming: Cloudy Monday with reversed Watkias' conviction a n j | The uijofficial record rainfall of r c c a s i o n a l rain in the north and,wiped out the indictment accusing,the (!lu;r w i s 13.75 inches at central portions east of the Con- him nf contemptuously refusing to Belviile, i l l . a city of 35.IVO, jjst - - · - · I . . . . . . - . L - .. * southeast of St. Louis across the Mississippi River. Approximately of Bellville was Regional Weather l:.-.cntal Divide; scattered show-!disclose the n a m e s of former comers elsewhere: partly cloudy Mon-'munist associates in his testimony day night and Tuesday; showers'before the committee three years 120 per cent rnrtheast ending Monday night; ago. · '. swamped. w i d e l y scattered afternoon show-! Walkins, a t niled Autn Workers Many unofficial measurements rrs and thunderstorms principally j organizer of Rock Island. I l l , w a s i o f 10 inches were reported in thr mo-main areas' locally warmer given a one-vear suspended jail Illinois area. St. Louis received Monday afternoon; and fined $500 after his »72 inches of rain m 13'j h o j r s , ,,.rr ;ts« Tuc:3:r: I"" Monday'conviction here. | the official record for such a short n i - h t 25-35 m"thr"mounlains. 35- The case of Arthur Miller, play-1 period. 4 5 ' e l i e w h c r e - high Tuesday 5.V70 wright husband of actress Marilyn | The Mississippi R i v e r , w h i c h New Mexico- Partly cloudy Monroe, is similar to the Watkins'rose 58 feet o v e r n i g h t during thc so'itheasl' corner Monday a f l c r 1 case in many respects. ! rain, was not a fioM factor except r.oon and evening with chance of Miller was convicted of contempt j a i its relatively high stage bin- thundershowers; elsewhere f a i r ' o f Congress May Jl for refuiirj dered dnina;e of flood jorgcd ' - · : ~ - tributaries in thr area. One person still was niuinj to Illinois. e v e r . h a s a r r w c o m m a n d e r . . T h r F.aton s u g a r f a c t o r y r r ; , . , - , - Err.e.t Lacrr of Boulder was rrirr!( . d , , n U , ,,, . M rf ,,, j n c h ,,( ' C i - c n . Northern California organ. n a m e d to thr po't at thr VFW's r j , n j nr t'nday night and Sat- "T:h e n c a m p m e n t S a t u r d a y , sue- l j r ^ a v About the same amount r::r; E a r l E. Yates. A u r o r a . | [ r i| ,',, i h r A u l t district. The s U I r p a t r o l reported h e a v y rdi.i e a t of Gill Sunday evening, and G r o \ r r got a downpour riurin: thr d a y . At Ihe S L.W. ranch, north of -or vice c o - i T a n d e r - Veal «"«·'and 10 rn.les east of Grceley. orgamzauonal secretary. ...,r vice c o m m a n d e r , *eai ,,.,,,,,,,,, w , n c h f , ,, , ,, , ,, S u n . ,,,;,,,,.; m , jontj . n p i r l i n n T P , Wars ; e a r ' s r n e a m p m r r . t will br ; r ! d n Colorado Springs. i O'.l rr rew officers selected IT r - f/0 d e l e g a t e s at their final v,7 jrssion are.* i Jr,hn Wallace. Colorado Springs. Francisco, s t a t e security review c h a i r m a n ; Albert Jason Lima. Oakl a n d . East Bay party c h a i r m a n ; Frank Carlson, Los Angeles county party dcfensr committee chairman, acd Ben Dobhs. Los An:dcs r l . i c k , W a M r n , j u n i o r v i r r com- .T,j.^drr; Arr,o C l a r k , D r n v r r . r r - r r t r d q u a r t e r m a s t e r ; t h r Rrv. r a n ) S n i d r r . H a r l a n ' s . . . c , J i i i i 4 r ay and ..1, of an inch Saturday . ^ ;' V .'"iJ- U '"I" "f,' h : ,'r°' U,* »- p d "organizrd 1 * in refer- 1 creation of the . , r l a i s . Stow WrUer of the n i . . . . ....... r h a p l a i a : ' 5 t l - 4 ( h ( , r r ,,,, , , 1:ht r u . k l B r , e n e e t n , a^ate?S I 7^.. '^., '" " '*' »""· «"'"' "" »' -"" , S-.C.f Lim nv.U.d v,r sur^. a n d John HamUn,'^ ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, .,_,,, n d | ^n »H^e ma^decide,, K a n - a s S a t u r d a y nicht .rre rr- ,,, lul j on ,,[ D,, r , rt . j., 1915 Jrc ] fleeted by t r a m operation through · t(m p , r , of t h c p r 0 ! rcution in thr G r r e l r y and La Salle Sunday. C J , C W J S h- ri - cd by thr three-year 1'nmn Pacific's City of St. I/uis . . t , t u t c P f i,mitatiorn. No 9. westbound, dur in Greeley a t , T v. P i n d i c t m e n t s in the ra.-r dr- 9:.18 a m . Sunday a r r i v e d at 2:;'T ci ,j rd ji,,-,),}. u f r f returned · 13 p m. Delay was dur to storms r e a r ! IIM St I/iuu on the W a b a s h railroad a n d lo a stop to i n v e i t i g a t r report-1 rd flood conditions near Deertrail, i -- President Colo , Fort M o r g a n . c h ; r f of s t a f f . | Ike Nominates Two for AEC W A S H I N G T O N through Tuesday; warmer Tues- to answer two questions concern, rlsy w : h the high 7J-JO norti. 90- ing the Identitr «f Communist wnt- 100 south ers he met In New York m 1M7. f t. Uncl. Willi., «b.»i, pint.mimi artist, will intirtiin crowds at IK. third Cr»l.r Firm, H.m. .nd Sp«rt show, opining at th. Community building W.dn«td!y und.r th. sponsorship «f th. Tribun.. Uncl. Willi. his d.v.lOfMd « l.t of n.w antics and songs sine. h. provid.d fun and laughs for Firm .nd Homo show crowds h.r. thr.. y.ars age. N.w Sen^s and r»utin«s includ. Hovnd Dog ind All Shook Up, which will dilijM adults ind children alike. Thlrtf two othibitors will display rno for mod.m living during mo fiv.-day show. Dtors will k* or*n at t p.m. oach ovinlng and a matlnoo will b* hold Sunday. Thousands el dollirs In prlsis will b. (Iron iwir. . j F.:»\*er M o n d a y r.imir.a'.cd [ t w o f i r m e r T r u m a n adm.-,;s!ra'.;w ! o f f i c i a l s . John F. Flobtrg ar.d |s G r a h a m , to br m e m b e r s of the I A t o m i c E n e r g y Commission. i Fhherg. w h o was a s s i s t a n t srcrr- j l a r y of N a v y for air from 1313 to 13J3, w j s n a m e d to succeed Democrat Thomjs E. M u r r a y , w h o « e t e r m expires June 50 The White llou-c luted F l o h f r g ' ift.moen was back to Dinas a political independent A resi- v.r ind wis routed list via La drr! of Chicago, he is 42 Union Pitific riportid lit. Sun- dir night (hit i cloodt'jnt hid lift fiv. inch.i of riln it Ellis, Kins., a subdivision point on tho Kinsis division. Rlport Slid wl- tir wn running undtr thi Ellis union. Tnin No. U, thi oislbound Citr of SI. Louis, which lift Cm. liy about on time III. Sundiy CllrkSirs It "Frustrltis" Clark's d i s s e n t i n g opinion pnv tested t h a t Monday's ruling "frus- .tratcs thr purpose of the Congress, for the Smith Act was passed i.i i l J l O p r i m a r i l y to c u r b the growing 'strength and activity of the par- |ty." The majority aid that as to the five who were ordrrrd f r e r d . the . e v i d e n c e a-ainit them was "clearly insufficient." Sill., Jul.sburg, Grind Island G r a h a m r n r ! as an · a s s i s t a n t | and St. Josiph. s e c r e t a r y of the treasury under Dur lo storms in Illinois and rear Preident Truman from 19IH In 1»'J. l l j h r r a l , K a n s . . Ihr Rock Island's Hr is a Democrat. On thr AEC, he Chicago to Denver and Colorado j would succeed a political In- I dependent, the late John von Neu- 'marui, a scientist. Springs P.nrket operated ever the Union Pacific via Juletburi and La SaEe. . Allott at Fort IJM FT. LEE. Va. T -- Sen Albtt !R-Colo) usitrd Friday wi'.h an Army o/jarttrmssler r r s e r v r unit from Colorado en active duty here. The SISJrd Quartrrmastei Unit Is headquartered at Fitisia- ons Aim; Uosniul in D*ar«r. J

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