Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 17, 1955 · Page 1
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! ; 6etwe«B f ind 7 o'clock If yo» f«U to, receive 700 top; of th* Tr/banc, »a ·n* vin . WrWwi ky._ Htra » «r*itry hi 1171 AND THE GRIILIY REPUBLICAN VOLUME 4*-NUMBER CREELEY. COLORADO SATURDAY, DEC 17, 1«5 , WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 117* ! I I I ' J; f Ike Has Jan. 9 Target Date r ni. j_" 1 n xu s% "i ' ill"'-1"-' for Return to Regular Work i . v , Wm. R. Patterson Dies AfterLongServiceHere William R.; Pallers'oh, a'jiromih'-i *nt .lifelong. citizen of Greeiey and a former;·· assistant cashier ' : and trust officer of the First National bank,'died at 6:30 a.m. ; Saturday · UWeld County General- hospital al'the age o£ 81: ·He;had .been al the Weld County. Nursing -home for the last two months: He fractured a hip in L a fall there Wednesday.morning arid was taken lo Weld County General hospital Patterson also had bean in Weld County General from Sept 4 to Oct 19 "" '_R«tlrtdI frwn 'Bank. in 1JM Patte'rnsbnclircd.from the First Nalional bank' 1 in, November, -1950, on the recommendation'o( his 'phy- cictah.. On June" 30-of that 'year, Patterson was-injured in .anvauto: mobile -accident 'at'.Tenth jvenue and Eleventh'street- and. was able to spend only- a small" amount; of time. at ; : the · b a n k ' . thereafter - because : of'.his .health. Palter'spn'. was ^'.widely. ;kndwn , thro'ugh.otit;the'cpijntyrHe had-esi - tablished. wideVacquainlances 'thru his^any years of residence in this commuriity',\his work^wilh his late father in'the produce business, his banking career, his many years of devoted" membership ^in the.- Elks lodge and his'seryice to the cbun- v ty. His man/' friends referred : to him as.Billy.ratterspn. , - . . , , -. - County' TrM'surtr'fer 8 Y«»r* . . In 1910 Patterson,.was elected county, treasurer and 'served four terms, or eight -/ears, in that office. ' ',''; "···';·( ·':;····. -; After leaving the c'ounly treas- urer's' officei;'Palters6niwas'"cash- ier.for the Northern Colorado-Bank . »nd Trust company for two years. With B'ink' N « i r l y ' M Y.ari . , Patterson joined i the First. National bank Sept. : 1,' 1921 ;··and, a short .time later heca'm'^' assistant . cSshier'.arid trus't "officer'-He served th'e'b'afik' for nearly 30"'years"'.befofe his. retirement^ '. r. ! ' . · 1 -As "an outstanding worker in the , Elks lodge in Greeley:"antt the--stVe; Patterson served ?T years as.treas- · urer of the, Colorado^Elks. association. He-held'.every office :in -"the .! Greeiey lodge." ', . · ' - ' ' · Rr»r;/Te'.;O4t:.5«-.Y««V Pin . In .March, 1950,"he.was' given an honorary life membership .in the Grccley lodge. He ^as presented with a'M-y'ear/pih, the 'first to.be given to any merriher of. the" local . lodge of which .b-^was' a chartur '· Biember and organizer. - , . " . Patterson also was a member of the Woodman of the World. ·The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. .' . . (Continued on Pa*e 6) Civic Leader Dies VV, : R.-'P«tt«ri6n r aboy*, prom-* Intnt tn Hutincsc, political arid fr*ttrntt clrcltt hir* ·]! his lif», died «*rly SiKirday «i th* «gi of 81,-: ;- - . - · · : - '/ -.',:-· , City's Safety I ' ' * \ Utah Woman .Telephones ,, for Help Between Twins ^-- \ f PROVO, Utah w -- Mr« Brandon A Brunjon t»t*P*i«wd htr hukbind for h«fp, Sh* hid ot« twin In h*r arms infl anottwr en* coming j H« ruihtd from tht |ob at Contolilat*«l Wtsttrn Stt«l \r\ Or«m, got an ambvlanca and M* } wift wit tak'an'to tha Utah Vilfay Ho* p tal whir* tha wcorjd son wa» d*tiv»r*d , Mri. Bruriion wi* home wltti^h«r 2^yt*r-6W,f6ri Da»n,wh*n tha axpactant moment arrived. Shit triad to (hona. h«r,Joctari v jha lina wai buiy./Than th* Vint of twin boy i was born.' H* waightd'I poundi, 9'A ouncai, i She finally got har husband on tht t»l*phofit Ha said th* told him ^ ' Tha flrit on* f a boy and I m holding him In my arms " Th*. tec end, dahvarad «t th* hospital} watghad 4 poundi, ft ouncas 1 Weld Men Join^ig Ed In Urging Farm Credit Is Called Excellent . . c " ; Weather,: H j Temperature at 2-p.m'/ Saturday ·was 50 degrees.'. -^, ' Local.for 24 hour period ending I a.m. SalurdayrHifih/50; low, 14. , Colorado -- Partly»cToudy.with few snow..flurries northern mountains Saturday and Salu'rday niglit; 1 partly, cloudy .Sunday southwest, increasing "clpudiness " north - and east followed by scattered snows; warmer- soulheast 7 Saturday night; turning'^blder north and east Sunday; .gusty winds, east Saturday 'and locally,:Saturday night and Sunday; low, Saturday night 10*20 north, ."15-25 south;:: high · Sunday 25-35 northeast' to -40s 'southwest. Wyoming P- 'Considerable cloud:-ness Saturday, Saturday night and 'Sunday;/.;scallered . l i g h t - - snows mostly central and north' portions Saturday spreading^ to" south portion and becoming, heavier late Saturday night or Sunday; colder north an'd ".'central ^p'ortioris 'Saturday and .most 'of-.stale' Sunday; windy south. .Saturday; . .locally susty winds" 'north * Salu'rday.'and south Saturday'hight and. Sunday; low Saturday night zero" to 10 below mountains, zero lo 10 .ahovc- northeast 16,10-20 "southwest; ( h i g h Suhday'"5-l5 - ' northeast" to 15-25 southwest.., , / . -_ , ' . , . ; [ New''Mexico ^Generally fair Sa t u r d a y afternoon,;Saturd*ay night and Sunday ^xcept^turning Jnuch colder/with-scattered s^npw northeast early Sunday;··': rather strong daytime wiiidsjeast :"por: lion; low t Saturday·''night', : 20-30 45 northeast, 45-55 northwest, j" - '- -".:''-'*''.-''· .*·"· '"· i . . ] Boulder and Ldngmont -- Partly .eloudy: Saturday- and .Saturday ..highl; increasing cloudiness .Sun^ day'likely followed;by. snow;' bc- - casional v gusly -" winds ' Saturday; · colder" Sunday; ',high Saturday around 45; low.Saturday night"2025;-high Sunday^near 30; Boulder high Saturday 45, How Saturday night 25, high Sunday SO; Longmont high Saturday 43/ low Saturday night 20,'Mgh Sunday 28; ' ' Southwestern Colorado -- Partly , cloudy . Saturday.^Saturday . night Greeiey was 'cited for excellent records in_ safety engineering and in .school safety in !an evalua*Uon of the_ city's pe'desfrian safety pro- gram"'\vhich .Was. pirese'nteoMp city officials,this, week... . . , ' ' · · Tvyo rppresentatives of the Ariier- icari^-Aut6raobile : 'A'ssocia'tioni') which sponsors/ thV/^anmij.! 'National Pedestrian^,'Pfotectloa;=^;ontost,- made'the presentat[pn^\Th"ey;,Wer«! Donald t^akeVrWeld 1 ^county:-r*pre'- sentative; v .ahdvBoyd' ; Henderson', In safety. engineeririBr.'Lalse"point- ed-out," Greeiey has excellent lighting,' inbre-'mile's-of-sidewalk tHan most. cities, of its' size^'numerous' marked crosswalks -arid 1 six Dimes' the . : normal'"nurriber' o f ' pedestrian signals.·"··· .1 " ,.' ^ ; .;· --V. : 'School-teachers here spend'three hours "on .traffic safety _education for'each hour spent in.'bth'cr similar School systems; i the " evaluation showed,' ·'· ' '· .-'. . · V Recommendations · were' -made, however, 1 for- enlarging 'the high school 'driver, education"· program so that-more"students can get-be^ hind-1 he-wheel.; training.' Also '- a suggestion*-wiss 'niade to' institute safety patrols/ at all-" elementary schools-'which' do not no\r have the program.: ; , . - i ' · · ' · : - A d u l t crossing guards'were-sug- gested ' at ' 'school .. intersection's which .cannot 1 be rhanoed -by the city's,limited police force." "'· ' V ; The : .eyatuatioh was-based ' o n ; a repott^submittcd 'to "the association earlier 1 this" year by 'Police'* Chiel C. C. Hunter. - - - '·"· ·- Yugoslavs Win UN Security Council Seal-by'Coin Joss/; - UNITED- NATIONS' Ifl ·'-- ; Presi-' dent Jose 'Maza o f ' t h e U. N.' As : seinbly' announced Friday night Yugoslavia had \vpn.in a'drawing" of lots for a seat'ph the.U. N'. Se- c'urity'Council for one year.'The deal called for the Philippines to be elected to the second year of the t e r m ' ' w h i c h 'begins' Jan.' 'IV ..Maza announced'that Carlo's ; F. Rorriuld, the Philippines",' Ka'd withdrawn his" candidacy. under this arrangement,'' r ' ' ! *"' !'" This unusual procedure, 1 never before' steh in U/N; meetings, was agreed upon by.:a'number;bf.lead- ing delegates ; when -'five', ballots Friday" morning 'showed 'no hope of solving the' two naonths dead- lick 'over the 'council- se'at 'held by Turkey. .VY V. Kuz-nelE'pvr",first'.deputy [or'eiKn',r En s iQister, j .'of 7 .they Soviet Union,'' .'whb't had' Baited-' in Monj secret; .conferVnc'c's .during ^th,e. 'day , de'no^c1"d v '1he\ Jl dMlr^"fnrni^"^ podium : -He\ said*,"-it 'violated 'th'b U;.' i N, i "Charter.' T and i was"iilecal: : ' 1 ' ; -' l - ·' '· ··'·'' ' ···' ii-^rv..- 1 . " :* ; i Horace Dies BEVEIUY._mLLS,' Calif. -Horace'. ^tcCpy,·. 58, : novelist . arid screen" writer, and.former sportswriter in'Dallas, Tex;,Tdied Thursday: ; , ··:.-,··' - - ', · - . " ·/·. '·' : Arctic Cold :' EDMONTON,; Alia.". W ^ The prairies; : siill reeling from a fierc'e blizzard -that : lied' them, in knots early 'this week, ;'werei locker! Saturday "in; the "grip" of Arctic 'cold with, temperatures .dropping'swift- ly ^frpirf'iabove zero-.to 20 below. Winds gusting' up 'lo'jlO miles an h'our a'ccompanied, the. cold 'front. ·' The; Arctic ·aiT/'moved into' Alberta , during ' t h e 'night and,-by early morning ^covered al| o f . Alberta and 'much'of Saskatchewan. The Edmonton weather'office said te'mperafures .. were* below.. zero across the prairies^early, Saturday orning-and 'were-ieported"lower every hour. .* .-vc'.v Light snow, felli and the - winds caused drifting along the. ground. The'*.weather office said the drifting 1 ! would · hanfper' considerably lhe job of unplugging highways and rail lines, clogged .with drifts as high as 25 feet'during the earlier ,':EarIy-mprning, temperatures in Alberta' ran jed - from 20. be tow' at the northern'sommiinityiof"Grande jPrairie' ti,%oi^bilow?'a}; Calgiiry, Edmonton.'.whichJ'Fridiy hid'-t By THE.ASSOCIATED.PRESS. Parts" of Colorado .arid'Wyoming Saturday 'appeared in for "another dose" of 'bitter winter 'weather. ' .A -mass - of-'-cold . air "^sweepinj s'quthwa'rd. front'·'Canada '"was '*ex peeled.to.surge into ^yyo.mirig Sat urda'y.night aiid. early Sunday .ahc into'-norlheisterri -and eastern 'Col drado "Sitnda'yV · ' ''·".'· The U. 1 S'.'-Weather Bu'reau said light shows wiU'-'ac'cbrh^any'' the cpjd . air '-mass 'which will' be : re infoVeed 'by a' layer^ 'of 'cold · ai froih)Montana. ' '·"'·''.''' . ' " · · ' · The frigid, air is : expected t lovyer'thia' warm temperatures fel n ' t h e ; two-state'area Friday »n( early Saturday from strong ch nook winds.-iThey swept'.down-of the easte'rt;.-face."'pf?the.'iHockics producing winds.from 3d to 'nior lha'n. M ..miles ,'an' hour and blow IDg dUSt. r '.-.^..j '.Gusty ..winds continued, to. but fp*. .southern .Wyoming and;easter Colorado.'Saturday',' .with', local! gusty winds-forecast for'parts' the two'states Sunday f . '. .'"' ." A few scattered light snows fe Saturday in,central :and norther Wyoming and.:'in the; norther mpuntains^of.Colprado.,. .The ^warmirig,effect ] of nook winds., was demonstrated b th'e. fact/low. 'readings', for- the 2' hour period '.'encjcd' ea'rly Salurda saw a 5 'above ; at -Cody "the chil t_ reading- in Wyoming"/and' at li.irn'on .the'" coldest ' tempi al'u're' in" Colo'rado.---', . '-' .'.'"'.·' It was^the; first .time for. man days temperturcs faile'd to plung below" zero in- portions. of t h e i t u state's.- ···. .'.,.-.· ' j ·':·,,·,;.... ; ; - ; ; -..Other- readings, for the',24-hoi period : were: V- «·,..' ? '· ·.-',, rl ','.-, , : - ,." . Colorado ; -- · Dcnver..i49-23, /Pi eblo 57-lSi Colorado Springs «·! La Junta 61-14; -Tririidad 56-23..AJ amosa' 48-12, Leadville '24-17, Cra *4'-15, Grand Junction 39-23; . . . . .Wyoming -- -Larainie 36-21, Rai lins 35-23, Ch'eycnne'lil-Zli'Caspe 35-12 aid. Rock" i'pf ings'. 35-25. Typhooif Misses ··of''35"belo'ir-by 8 «.m:-'-'' Ruth Si . urday. narrowly- miss'^d the fortress ^of^J wo t JinVa ; ^hd .roa on 'northeasi' along a 6C3-miie-wi '' -'. , |.'Th«,' much-feared .storm^.was; '. cated'' Saturday i?(p 'mil*s"«ast ' ' f t h e U. S.t'Air; Force,' s .winds of up, to ns.mil T^fc^jQ '{fg pacVing per Dulles Would Export Atomic Materials for European Unity Move DENVER «).-- A' Colorado farm adcr .summed up the kove ent's aid-to-agriculture program 'too.'iittle,arid"tpo late" Friday a puhlic'hearing on- agricultural edit.- Y , . ; . - . . : . . ; Colorado! 'Gpv. '.Edwin; . , John-, n,- a'fo'rmer U, S. ; senator, tbld o Agriculture Dept.' officials and ore than 300.wheat growers, live- ock-men-and .others'who. atlend- ithe lively long-day/session:. J ' "When.yoii'ope'n.lip the question farm 'credit,\.you : open up. the hole farm program. ''-*j: .'···" Wc'can't borrow ourselves into osperitylt Emergency .'credit in it- If- indicates, that thcre^is some- ing wrong-in" agriculture.'' ·!·· Johnson and Phil I;.' Artese ""(Continued on-Page 7)-' 1 · Five Killed in Texas Head on Collision BEITON Tex tin -- Fue per sons, were killed ta,a head-on collision between two -automobiles' 10 miles south of here early Satur day KiUed wer* Mr and Mrs Hufus lave',: Greenville, .Tex".,"their two sons,' RufuS: Jr., 15, '«nd Sammie, 33; and. Jos'eph P. :Ijyvers, 24j.a Forti.Hood. .Tex., .soldier whose ho»\e.was' believed, to be in" Kentucky! A- 1 .17-year-old soldier who- was riding with ( Lyvers ( Presley Can dill was hurt ' The Loves we're-! traveling south toward .San Antonio and Lyvers was'headed north "at t h e - t i m e ' o f the accident. Furnishings Fund y - ulture, Dept; Friday, announced", jl ,-ill permit 8,350,000 short" tons'rrltw lue'j'of produ'c'er" sugar to" be niar- ted 1 iii'i 1956.".! j/''.'-- -' I'V' 1 ';. 1 ' 1 ^ l eted 1 iginolly alloted'for^ 1956V.The'iS55 iiot^iater.was'inc'r'ea'sed'to'8/i'od. 1 - oo. ., .,;.;;'.., -, f .,,,,i.,.^ '.'.'.";, .The n department.' sets^ rnarketing nd, import. quptas' under provisions ("sugar .'legislation. ' ',.-iV :'-'-".' ,This legislation is designed to sta- ilize supplies and- prices of sugar nd to divide th'e market among iis country's, continental, off-shore ' Jan. 1, Decision fund-raisin'g campaign aimed at 'collecting", the estimated; $37 ,500 necessary '.to furnish the .new. community building "will begin, on Jan. 1 in Greeiey arid Weld County. .^ Chairman 'of ,the campaign wU be .Walter Bahi, : the ( 'chairmaii o the 'original executive .committe for financing ' the construction t p the community. building 'in pe'cem berlit? and throughout 1W8. 'Flans, for the .campaigns-were dis cussed ^riday..^^!!; at* i - meetiri of .Bain; arid, membe'rs"pf! the.prij inal ^ fund-raising committee, at th Ciirn^id-^teV^^^i^^;;;':'/ . ' liie'VcoramitteV'--'*^ n«^Tnade.i of . bus Ln ess men *wS o" heIp"d"(rpri"dU' thft7o,rifln 1 ai.;cii 1 Jripaigiii f :-. f ..'' ^,. . j '7.Baui v fire's a ed ^tliat ..\f7ie -'^i,0 lidll/j only,', pTOYWe" !the ( , minimui necea s ities for 'fu rnishing the buih i n ^ ' ' ''** ' ; - "It 1 ijuU 'provide 'for. banquet' ing fqr s _ 600'. persons, ;*will, furnls additional' binqueL, 'seating^ for [15 pcrs'ohs: in . J the'-s mailer room loc'a edVat'i.tne [north 1 ', end '.'; of .th«.,Biid tonurn/^and .'yill.' supply', the.'niin mum necessities for putting on pro grams. . ' , . ; . " ' , ' .. ( , ,".. " The 'auditorium will seat-a'pprox ' Friday's determination . of 1956 ceds ;can'be raised 1 later, should e\department find - t h a t there 1 , is e'ed"for. more.'... ·'''·;-' ,'. '.V ',.' 'The "'iaise'. aid; 1955.' quo'las, ] re- pectjVely,,'by ."areas'.included:,'..,,, Domestic beet area 1,800,000 shorl ons for 1956,and 1,800,000.for'.1555; mainland · cane ' area' 500,000 and 500,000; jHaw.aii, 1,052,000 and 1,052,000;. PuertoV Rico-' '.,080,000' .and ,080,000;' : Virgin 'islands 12,000'and 2,000; the Philippines 980,000.and 77,000.; .7,:.;..-r-' v ·., ,:,;:,-..;·' Cuba : 2,88,360 and'2,859,840; Dominican Republic,29,064.-,.and -32,25;',El Salvac'or/4,355 ''and. 4,434;Haiti 2',813.and 3,147; Mexico, 12,51-and 13,45;,Nicaragua 8,237,and 1,387;',Peru 5,,668 aild-55,858,' ? iD(i ill oih.er.'countries '5,52 and 5.958.·., The department paid it appeared hat 8,350,000 ton; should provide a supply, that Y^o'uld result ; in prices hat are [ npt f excessive..to .consum^ ers and that, will maintain and pro- ect-the 1 'welfare of. The domestic sugar, industry -- .key .objectives of t h e - s u g a r .legislation; .·.;;. -. : .: The/ .department^, said /refiners, mporters and p^rpcesors. distributed 8,500,000 tons'; of-sugar'during mateJy gram.' : for a !.prc* . . . . Banquets f o r as'many as i persons. can be accommodated i the' J build ing If the'campaiBn raise money lufficient to' cover- the : pui chase ' of additional chairs,* Bai " '"' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' added.' ' 'Te' Contact ....._..,,.._. B.iin said Saturday'that the fund raising committee "will i; 'pontac :hpse "individuals ''and . firms wh haye/mpved into the area j.ince.th original carnpaign 1 ';iji';1947-48, pl.i Lhose-' persons '-who^ h a d / " n o t . coi tributed on the original,-drive,; 1 'Alihough -'the ''''catnfaaign '. its'c wiU,;begin:'Jan;'l r "'letters' '.will 1 mailed out to these'indiyiduals and firms before the "end of. the'year to ^iye ^therri ,an; ppporiunity ^to'..^^ ceive' tax' benefits for contributions on 'their '1955 'income fax returns. Dr. White Says He Caii Decide on Candidacy 1 or 5 Weeks Later; Advises Him To Go South in Jan. PARIS W) -- U._ S.- Secretary of ale John ^Foster" Dulles Saturday edged American support to · Eu- ipean nuclear energy pool,' diplo- atic .informants' reported. The secretary .was said to have rown America's weight behind a ew drive for European union in a Tics of talks with leaders of a iflvement to pool European re iurces : .for ; the production'- ol «aceful Industrial power from .car plants Dulles it was said told them 10-. U.- S. ..Congress .would' most robably amend the nation's Atom- c-Energy - Act. to permit.the ex- «rt-of fissionable matter and se- ret knowrhow to a European pool, ut.wbufd probably not allow such sports to individual countries. Aiiurrod W«'ifO«rmin This was reported to" be the mes- age hei gave)West'Germany For- ign'Minisler Heinrich, Von.Breh- ano, one of the advocates of a nu- lea r'energy pool. 1 'One objection o ^strictly .'national .atomic .pro 1 ·ams . Is -.that, industrial nuclear lanls produce byproducts bf'.po; ential use in warfare ..which the 'rench, would not like. to..sec-in German hands. - ,, , i. ·-.._.-,. , · - . Dulles' meeting with Von Bren- ano was his final, conference here Before boardingra plane to return o Washington, - "· · .- . : -. , ' " · - . Dulkt SMS .Wast Eurojttaht, Dulles spent most of the morn- ng'and early afternoon talking'to tatesmen who. are planning the nuclear pool; as another-step to- wird a common economic market: Thcso include Jean Mp.nnet,-au- :hor of the European steel and coal comiriunity plan'/ arid 1 Belgia'iyt'or- eigri Minister Paiil-Hcnrl -Spaak chairman ot a ..conference ,of:ex perta irom'.France,'West'Germany Italy; /'Belgium, 'Netherlands ' and Luxcmb6urg* r who arc working the 'scheme;-' - ' ' ' ' : ; ·:·'- ' ? . uiles/'-als^ talked' 1 with'^French foreign Mlrilst^r'.'AntoSne Plnay on «' wide 'range'.ot pfoblejns;;ihclud- 1 ' ' ' - CSCE Grad Honored 'f ' f Jamas T R«ivi, abovt, prlnel !pal »f.Morty Jujilif High'ichtol In 'D*fi'v«r f ,we* ''-avViVntW th« fourfh' ·hny'il ' «w-rd'"for outstanding cbfi'tribuHwi'i to' oduca-' · ; lion' Frldiy' rtlsh't it th« Colorado'' ' Educitlori' Aiioclatlon'i 'DiiltgiU "antmbt 1 /, Ho "it "vie* cKiirmah of.rh*. CEA t«8iililWo 'commit'- ft* ark) h«* bMri a'ctivt'.in Ir^ii- latlvo Affairs for i mimbtr of yi«r«; A 1»» gr«dii.t.'of CSCE, Rtlva .ia't "honprod ln-1949 ii : tfi« J 'Celtogi't 1 Komtconllng 'for dlitltKylthod work in th« fl.ld o oduciitjon." Ho fermor|y wa't prln ; clpa| 'ot p rh« John Wyman iichool In Dtiivar."^ : ' j " '. Ji ; "·;' "'·jj: · lactdrfes the' Middle'East' : ihd'South--Viet N«m. .'·,,·::',·/.·.;·'. -.":·?;·/-.···=·;,.-..if, ' '·-'ThD'secretary.of state jime'here' for ' ai rourid of conferences' with t h e : ministers I of NATO Countries to' assess the ^implications-' of tne newicold'war I n ; the 'light; of failure'.of the "-Geneva- CoiiferencV'of Fp'reigri"- 1 Ministers .-'to; reach P 'Jany "igreement, . , . · . , ' _ ; · , ^ ) . - . Arabs Press lor Israel's usler . Liilod A list of the becessarji furnishings to be purchased from the $37,COO raised rfuring;the .campaign is printed below, · - . v j ' · " : " !f * ' "AlPprices 'are as estimated by the building committee" at a meet- icripd'--. .which : was :.used as a standard' toij. setting..-this · year's quojas-frappearcd to- be':somewhat iess'th^iri the amount'distributed. ; ^ Berh*l Baptist Program Bethel A/Baptist ;-'. church, ·. 1600 Eighth aVenuc, is having a series rf special services emphasizing the Chris Ira as- story.i Sunday :the' Sunday school children, "from"nursery Ehrough -.sixth" grade ; ; -wilh"-! give. Christmas recitations at their 9:45 ij.;' service. jTomorrow evening the choir will sing a Christmai can- iata.at.7:30.o'clock. ·; ·. :\:'...-.,.,·· SHOPPING DAYSiLEFT irig Nov. 18. Stadiuni'chai'/s (844),^ , folding chairsV.'tl.pOO} ---' $4,350:00; b'ancjuet tabl/s (75) .-- J2.132.00; table tnicks/Ol) -- J411.40; chair trucks'(») -,'· |976.50^ '····'·:'·: ; · ' · ' Kitchen /niuipment,"- $7,500.00; stage curtain,'^3,665.00;'. plastic tile flooring, {$4,960.00;'- stage electric system,' 1 J7.5p.00; _ .public 'a'ddre'ss system, $2,000.00;" wardrobe racks', $990.00; miscellaneous stage equipment, |483:10. '· ; UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. Wi^ Aroused Arab- members of .the Uniled ;Nati6ns pressed Saturday for^ Israel's ouster from, the world organization because of a bloody raid oh Syrian' posls. : ,..' - . . - . : ., There was, however, little Indi- ca'tion .that-the Arab b!oc would muster .enough supp'ort) to carry through with--'the.'move. , : ..The ouster campaign got under ay. alter Syria's; chief delegate Ahmed Shukairyl callcd'ori the Security 'Council. Friday to. .apply economic sanctions against Israel. He told the council'that 49 Syrians were' killed 'in . a h ' I s r a e l i .atiack Sunday night on Syrjjh 1 positions near-.the .east shore of .the Sea of Galilee.'. . ' - . . ' : ; -, ' Ten, of the 11 'Council members decried the attack. They made it plain that fh,ey intend .to-censure Israel if the facts bear out Syria's ' : " ". councilV agreed ,to -,"for .«: full ''report from Palestine "Gre'atTMWeste'rh j'Sugar''corhpah factories'.in' Weld 'county'will Vwind iip"thelr,"l'95S 'canip'algijs'-'durlhg th latter 'port- of' hc'it -week'.provide Ihere'iare no'uhfpreieen*.delays.· i \\ Based on'the amount.'of beet toii- rTage r'em'airiin'g-In the''yards, 'the Greeiey and. Eaton factories-'will finish' 1 some - t i m e : TK. V . 23,; while Windsor's?faciory 1 is 1 slated : to end its-'campa'ign''y'day ; (i'arlier'.- '···'^ *-"; : ' · Ltngir Run 'Thin Y»ir 'figi'" · The'se'date's would^glve'the Gre'e-j Icy 1 and Eaton factories 73-day campalghs; and the \\indspr factory 72 days'--a" longer run for'all three t h a r i , a i year 'ago.; Lasryear, -the factories ran- until Dei. 6, or '59 days. : v ' . / · . ·" "-'' · '·;' Drought..condition's 'early':ln the spfingland surrTmcr which resulted in the'Fort. Collins and Brush factories 'not'pperatlng for t h i s . c a m r paign- cut the company's Colorado GETTYSBURG Pa CM -- Dr Paul Dudley White said Saturday President Eisenhower's . recovery.' from, his heart .attack", is -.."excellent. :.ahd /encouraging'*, -to ..date, But' he -said it'will be'inid-Feb- fuary before it can be determined' how..well he can handle .tie full work load r of the prestde'ncy. Dr White advised the President, meanwhile,', to.' go 'South.fdf iome" exercise in a milder Climate and the. President -expects to; do 'so! soon alter ;Chrl5tmas Flril CHtck In 5 W««k» Dr * White one of the world's leading heaH'specialists,' gave" his report to newsmen after examining the President personally for the.' first time in .five, weeks. The Boston physician declined repeatedly to say whether be thinks Eisenhower will be m ibap* to seek a second -term". , Ctiwral rtaalfh Coed Dr.- White': said- Eisenhower'* 1 1'geheral health' is good"'.and ','b« . has no symptoms. in : an*y way p«r- tainlng tothe heaft,"^-;- - ,. , . J , .He. said the'jfatlgue.nollced' re-. 1 .. eiiUy by .tho, President is'-not^dutf.' ' o.-the , ScpC 24 heart attack',' but li.-.| ic sort, .of - thing "any. man 'of .65.. Ight experience/ , ' . , - · : . ! '.'', Summing -'up'.'his verdict, 1 Er.- Vhilc : ssid:, '..'.( ' , - ' ' -.' ."·· ;"'-, "Tha progress to date .Has bee'ii" : ' xccUent Tand '.encouraging, -but he ' las.rjot yet been[.subjecjed'tb'bi!' ll.loadj^of .work. _ . ; . " . ' . . , : - ' - ' "Four or, five weeks' ot'ei'ppsur*'. o that should suffice .for a medical', stimate'as to the % ability '..'of hit" eart to stand trie -work." ·" ' " '' ,.Mk Bick to Work 'Jan. t .. ,·' Dr. ; . White, y^cnt ,on ; to" say';.th!s! v mir'"or five week' period .i»o\M,.. date 'from a.bout Jan/ 9, when .'the" . exe'cutlye^it ;was ' disclosed for : the' firel (ime^expects 1 toJ'resu'me'fulV i , actiyiUeB..pl';theipresldency;"- : : :·! i trte 'h'ear^ Js'Deciails( ;and ^fblte ] · HoJB'e : Press Secrelary', James C.' I Hig'erty said' it^is'iiindecided ·«-] actly. where iajfhe'South the Pre'i-i iderit will ~e6~'' and : how "soon iftef I Chris.lmas,' ! herwill .leave;.' '·'·'.'· · --.., ,taid -ihe: President's old . New Argentine Gdvl, Says^Plof Smashed ··''· · '· · :···**'.'·'· ; " · ' · ·"-·'; BUENOS AIRES («-- Unofficial but; usually reliable sources said today' the~ 'provisional' goverhme'nt of ' Sen. .'Pedro/Aramburu hifd smashed a 'vast'"lrouble-making plot and arrested some' 500,'su: peClS. ; ' ' . - ' : ' . " - ' I : ·'.- \ J · ··' They;» said.th* conspiracy was designed more to embarrass the Aramburu regime than to create a revolution in -Arg^itina, -'. ,- ='· '·'"' ;The government has m»de no announcement. : The sources, saw the raidt'and arrests launclfed Friday w e r e ' c o n t i n u i n g . ' ' ^ ' · · . · ' : . ' ' - i · 1 -'The plotters were reported :to have planned sabotace, /strikes, letting lir«,''and other .^trouble malchig". maneuvers, .j" ·'.,. ; -\ , charges. -'The" wait/' however, oh the incident truce 1 chjef, MaJ. Gin. E. L. M. Burns before'''taking any action. - Shukairy told the'council Israel had waged an attack.of "unspeakable brutality""and declared,she had . breached the 1819 Israeli- Syrian armistice agreement. israell Ambassador A h b a ' E b a n told the' council his c o u n t r y launched the attack lo knock out Syrian gun positionj that menaced Israeli patrol and fishing vessels on .the. aca,; -f } · . ··!·':.' -..' During 'the' tense session, Israel and:;Syria''exchanged.'fhreats to use : force' i n , defense. of their po- sitioDC.',-;·'--'.,.' 1 ··'.-··'^ '.-;·'.'*'.·': P ; ·Russia's"Arkady ; A.-Sobolev leveled the strongest ajlack oh Israel. He declared the council must condemn her action. , ' . .. U. , S. .chief delegate Henry Cabot lodge Jr., ;iaid Ihe.Unifed States opposed ."such acts of military viojance." .., Bandits SJay One ;- NEW. YORK Ul.-- A bandit trio became frenzied'Friday night midway i through:- a. : .$600.'warehouse hold-up and fired sciUered shot: around ^the. .huildirig, killing .one m'in and wounding another, - slicing capacity by 4,600 tons a day and thiis''exlcHdcd t h e - c a m p a i g n s for'the ·other factories/".' ' '·' '- 'Produ'clioh'/in ;th'e' ; Eaton '' and' Greele'y'dlsfricls 'this "year amount-' ed ,to'- slightiy 11 more- than ioo.OOO tans'," ot' which' a ' ' t o t a l , of 241,000 will be sliced a^ the' : t'wo mills/'Di- version'of bcets^ to other "factories accounts'.for the rem'alnde'r of the tonnage. , - . . - .. ·' -"'- · 110 Man To-ShHFt In Each Mill Since tho.opening of the campaign in, p c to her, the. 'f a ctorie's' have ^be en in, oper'atipii. 2 r 4-ho'urs,'a"' day 'with Ihree shifts. Greeiey arid'Eaton. factories each have' Cstd iod rteri" (o a shift., .; . :' ' ' · .'.' '.' '"·." A n ' e s t i m a l e on t h e ' e n d ' o f the campaign, at the Brighton factory is Dec. 31.' ',. ; '_ .:.._'; : j The Greeiey factory' will slice a ptal of 123,000 tons and Eaton 118,000.-Windsor's figure hasten set , . vacation sp^tjat.'ihe.'Augusta, ,Ga.i j National 'Goif'Club'is' a'- posiibility ! ded^^ 1 '-:--^ " · · ' - ' '-. :j "south r is-*"a\big place." ·* ;I)r.' White/ J said / ;th.e . weather ta; Gettysburg''has'been* unexpectedly f ' cold, '.so., that. the ; - President h a i , not: been ' ib'le. ' to get', Ms'- pre-1 E crjbed /. 4iri dunt " 'of . exe EC ise . ou^ j doors'r -'-'··-··- ..... -·;'. ; - - ' -- ,.-..;', , , Golf In MlWir Ctlmaf* -· · '--'r, : i l n a mlider climate, the doctor! s'airi, Eisenhower, will be' able to( take practice golf shots and should] be able to play golf in- the spring: i ·IKagerty saidt.it, .is .Hkoly t h « j President will uiterrupt his south-! erii ' stay t to , return to" Washto'gton j for the o'pening"f^c6ngre5s. i 'i Since Congress:. convenes Man. 1,1 that 'would indicate 'the President j · is planning an "early Departure, .j i T« S»nd hC«i«rYn:M«««a9» iHa'gerty"' ahh'ounc'ed, '.however, j that by agrcemerit.wilh. legislative j itadmi'.Els'ehhower.'wUl.'iend hli| State ; of-the-Union message. to Con-j gress tb'be'read:ratherthan/dert liver it in person. , - . j i Probably ·'.fhfs ;. will "happen" the; day after Congress- convenes;, ,j jHagerty; added,, in .'response ,,10) questions, : t5iat' "lhe"decisibns at-j · tendlng.r.-E.isenhower's". appearing' .. before" the-': lawmakers in' person.. was not a '.result, of. medical tesU;. but came .about : 'rather by. agree- ji nienls at la " ~ at-around 123,000 Ions, j, 5l)ie irt Plant Fire;; ^^ ! { TOKYO OB -r- Five young factory .Sands w.ere. trapped and .burned lo death in - a · downtown VTokyb' fire early Saturday.; . ; .,, ,, ' 'LOS ANGELES t«--A 7-year-old girl hanged herself Friday night, police' said,' while'-apparently -trying to emulate.a trapeze act she had just seen o'n'televisioh. ·{',·/: -The child,- Ada Lopez, , disappeared shoflly'-iafte'r^.she',. two sisters, and a brplhcr ' h a d . soc'h the'.-act. .The mother was away at l(i«! time paying a bill. ,"·; (Ada's 9-year-old sister,- Marian", found the body hanging in a closet, dlficefs said' the .youngster.,had Seen' caught In a loop -'she ^apparently had .fashioned ,by tieing the. sleeves of a coat together and throwing the garment over' a h a n g e r . _ ' - ^ · _ _ _ . . _ _ ; _ . ^.) ast Tuesdayls bipartisan^ meeting of "-cpng,iessi6hal leader^: with the President. ' : i -In'general, Dr. White said, »· medical verdict on .the President: is "so. far so.good." . . ' . , - . ..'.This ' ' w a s ' Eisenhowe'r's seconaj major: checkup' in 'a -week.'.Tht; early examinalion-was. made by; Maj. Gen. Howard M. Snyder, tht., resident's personal physician. :-· Teaching in Schools' :^.. Fads'About Communism. | tCOLORADb SPRINGS tf) -- A_ report',,submitted Friday to th«*' Colortdo -Educalioii : Assn.'s' Dele-, gate Assembly contend_ed,facts ot., communl5m'';s!iouid'be*,' taught: in; all Colorado,schools,and colleges.- ·.The report · scored" those who^ 'label teachers Reds" without reason*-- but added that'no pfbvedj Communi'sl 'shpuld^be jfermitted to ( ·Uach-iii .the state.,..;.' '} .The report also went beyond th»' CEA'.B previous position on school financing ^which' called 'for mor« than .. doubling : stale approp'ria-! The .fiport asks, for. instance,' that'.nursery \ichools'be added to' the, state , school. tystem, and rt-; quests' school ^districts be freed. frpnirpresent constitutional lln lions on their taxing powers.

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