Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 21, 1970 · Page 8
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P»Z« 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thurs.. May 21, 1970 N.Y. Subway System Has 1st Fatal Accident in JO Years NEW YORK A?) -- New Manhattan experienced long de! York's subway system was lays. Alternate transit was set; thrown into confusion Wednes-,up as work crews sought to re-! day by its first passenger-killing store service on the IND line.j crash "in four decades. , Authorities said normal service! Two persons were killed and wou!d n « b « restored before! 53 injured-many seriously-; Thursday morning, when an empty local which had 1 Gov. Xelson A. rockefeller stalled started up for unex- said. "I am deeply saddened by plained reasons and crashed the subway tragedy in Queens." into a jammed Manhattan- 1 Myron Cohen, chairman of the bound train during the morning mayor's Subway Service Watch- rush hour. idog Commission, said the crash Mayor John V. Lindsay had been "predicted by many hished to the scene near the: subway observers.'' Roosevelt Avenue station in' "I charge," he said, "that Jackson Heights with his trans- Gov. Rockefeller, who has portation administrator. Cons-:turned a deaf ear to our pleas tantine Sidamon-Eristoff, and for improved subway mainte- appointed a seven-man commis- nance and for a new setup in Eion to investigate the crash. I metropolitan transportation. The loaded train was a local mu5 ' share the responsibility." which had moved over to the ex- The New York Subway Sys- press track to pas; the stalled tern began operation in 19W. It train. It was cutting back to the now collects approximate'.;.- 1.3 local track when ;he stalled billion fares a year and extend; train, now moving, smashed for 2.36 miles--the world's long- into it. Boulder May Have Special War View Vote Cosmos 345 MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet .Union has launched No. 345 In jits Cosmos series of unmanned : earth satellites, the official (news agency Tass reported Wed- jnesday. Tasa said the Cosmos WK engaged In «pace research but gave no details. It was orbiting at a distance from th« earth varying from 120 miles to 171 miles. Riders between Queens 3 Days Only! CARPET SALE H L Wholesale 11*.n A v e . est subway network. The last major fatal accident recorded was on Aug. 24. 1923. DECORATIONS FOR JAYCEE LUNCHEON--A luncheon will be heid Friday at the Greeley Country Club for Jaycee wives attending the Colorado Jaycee Convention ;o be held here this weekend. Pictured with red. white snd blue elephants and donkeys are Mr=. William Hayden III. left, decorations chairman: Mrs. Harvey Green, center, when 13 persons were killed in a Metropolitan Transportation Au- M - R o m K irach at Timpc Snllarp Thp ihr-rin- ' I TM i^ UI II U Feels Fears Exaggerated worst accident was Nov. 2. 1913. While the Queens line was tied when 97 were killed in a tunnel up. the Long Island Rail Road, in Brooklyn. whose main line parallels the Tre subway is part of a co-or- subway route, operated a shut- dinated system operated by the tie service, as did surface buses. Delays to passengers ranged - A . OTM " MORGRO PELLETED Lawn Garden I FERTILIZED Always greener,.. on the MORGRO side of the street! up to two hours. And there an reasons... 13 Good Reasons Morgro fertilizer contains all 13 grov/ing elements vital to grow lawns, flowers, trees, shrubs and vegetables. Specially developed for western lawns and gardens. Yes, green lawns and foliage plus a strong, vigorous root system. LARAMIE. \Vyo. (AP) nuclear physicist called "The Fa'her. of "the H-Bomb." Ed_ _ _ war(] Tel , er _ told a Lararnie aud . One of the dead was identified jp n c e j, e believes the dangers of as Morris Berger. 53. radioactivity in underground nu- i The other, a woman. wa= uni- clear explosions have been ex- ·dentiiied. Police said she was in aggerated. ·her 50s. attractively dressed speaking at the University of ' 9nd w?2n n ? a di3mond-5t'jaaei \\-..^^-.^^ T O "D- ^r-cA^vn im. jwristwatch. de'rground nuclear explosions ! The dead had been riding ;r. such ES Colorado's Project Rui- 'the fifth car of the morning j s on las-: year will eventually rush-hour train which sp'it down provide double the amount of the middle, was derailed and natural gas reserves currently ithen crashed irr.o a concrete available. .barrier between e:cpre:3 ar.d !c- -,.;i c r , sa id development of .'jil leal tracks. s h a :e formation-: in Wyoming. ! Randolph Cohen. 15. said that L'tah and Colorado hold great iwhen the' trains collided "thore potential in future nil reserves. was a smash, the roof collapsed. However. U.S. Interior Secre- people were failing all over and . ar -,. y.'alter J. Hickc-1 said lues- i there was lots of screaming." ;da .; j, e has decided to scrap the i ---- prop-j-i-.-d federal oil shale leas- ins 'prosram on grounds the pro- sra . n L ;,,., {ea?jbl5 economical- BOULDER (AP) - Boulder residents may get an opportunity at a special election June. 23 to express their views on thej war in Southeast Asia. The election has been set for residents to vote on a proposed; S7.5 million bond issue for a: new civic center. ! At a meeting of the City' Council which lasted until 1:30 a.m. Wed. attorney William Cohen presented a petition he said contained 10,600 signatures asking that the war question be .placed on the ballot. The council postponed action until its meeting next Tuesday night. The Rev. James McKeown. j pastor of St. John's Episcopal I Church in Boulder, asked the I council to grant zoning vari- I ances to allow the church to op- .erate a youth hostel this summer at the site of an unfinished ; hotel. j Father McKeown said the , hostel would offer young persons a place to sleep and they jsary to determine such dangers would be encouraged to grow a iand" potentials. :vegetable garden. But the coun- 1 He added: "Man cannot live cil turned down his request, 'without taking risks. saying this must be ruled on : Teller, aphysicist, is director by city zoning boards. Hear- of the Lawrence Radiation Lab- ings have been set for next Moratory in California. month. publicity chairman; and Mrs. David Werking. genera; chairman of women's activities for the state convention. Dr. Howard .Skinner and group from L 7 N"C will present a musical program following the luncheon. Three hundred women are expected to attend. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) Big Event Planned? 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Mills, who will be manager of the new plant, said the facility w:i! initially employ " " Recoveries oil from under,, ou -d =r,a : e nerves would in - ' ; - ve nuc , e , r de .. . ; . n - ^m*" to Teller: "If we ^ M ^ (he Green River {or . ^.^ i j n , he three s t a t e =,. we v . oultl po , be (i epn dent on any- nrj( j v t u r ,,;;_·· -rfce Green Rri'er formation is ;ne j-cart of the nation's known SEED COMPANY 714 10th St. a b o u t 3 0 person.', with employ- O j i shale resen'es. The oil in- ment reaching 100 a; the plant diistrv feels the alternative to 'eots into full capacity produc- developing; them is to increase tion. oil imports. Construction on the clant. said Regarding possible dangers of Mills, will begin immediately, radiation in future nuc'.ear un- with completion expected in 12 der ground explosions. Teler weeks. said careful research is neces- Climbaboardourswinger of a bike sale! 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