Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1955 · Page 18
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Basketball Schedule' MONDAY Wellington at l.apurlo. TUESDAY W a y n e Slate at Colorado Stale, Frederick at Lafayette. WEDNESDAY Wayne Stale at Colorado State Fort Lupleh at Laporle. Ehglewood at Wheat Ridge. . THURSDAY College High at Windsor. North at Boulder. Cheyenne at Forl Collins. FRIDAY - Brush at Fort Morgan. Loreland it Westminster. Pierce Pastes Lyons by PIERCE--Nick Ixibato, Pierce forward, dropped a total of 25 points to lead the Panlhers to a 56-35 win over Lyons in an Upper Plattc conference g a m e here Saturday nighl. After a tight .9-8 first quarter the Panlhers netted 22 points 'to Lyons' eight in the second to take a comfortable margin and hold it the rest ot Ihe game. Lobalo made 12 of the 22 and all were from the field. Ev Jones and Don Grogan were top rebounders of the game for the home squad. Lyons' Bill Si- rnonton was lop rebounder for the Tisiting crew. Dick Weese, 5-9, guard for Lyons, netted 16 points for the losers. He hit most of his shots from the outside on sets. Pierce also won the B game by a close 21-20 count. Lyons (IS) |Plir» (M) fs «j fj II S S|N. Lobato 12 0 1 1 Wees* McCain 2 2\ Lewis McAllister 3 0| Jones Von Segg'n 0 3| Grogan Fndres i 0 OlCozart Cimonton 0 rord 2 l|Pinedo O J P e t l i t (Schnider Totali Lyons . Pierce ~l 12 11| Totals 25 6 __8 « 8 11--35 9 32 12 13--56 Tree throws missed: Weese 2, McCain, Von Scggorn 4, Endres, Eimonton; N. .Lobato 2, Lewis 2, Grogan 2, Pettit. MIA BASKETBALL K? THE ASSOCIATED ' GuMfcx'i rrsqlli: I.tlnn U, .Tt,f VnrV ». Synculi », Philadelphia 7 Fort Wiyr.o 9C. MlnneipcU* ftl. leu!) M. Rarhtslpr U. Cats' Loss to Wheat Ridge, 'Good Lesson' WHEAT RIDGE--Grceley high's 53-52 non-conference basketball loss Saturday night to Wheat Ridge was tabbed a 'good lesson' by Wildcat Co.ich Jim Baggot. "Wheat nidge went after us fast, and we lost our poise," Baggot said. "The Farmers out- hustled us all Ihe game, outre- bounded us most of .the time, and shot much belter." The winners ran up a 14-5 first- quarter advantage and stretched it lo 28-16 at halflimc. In that first half, the Farmers, guarding closely und converging on the askel, were assessed 12 fouls to lour for Greoley. By the end of the rough game, ota! of 49 fouls, 27 on Wheat nidge, had been whistled and two players /rom each learn ejected on personals. Heal clue lo Ihe decision, however, was Greeley's inability to ill cither from the floor or the 'ree throw circle. The Wildcats did make 23 of 44 charity allcmpis, but only 12 of 51 field goal tries. Wheat Ridge, m e a n w h i l e , dumped in 17 of 36 shots from the ield, and didn't need Ihe free hrows. With one m i n u t e to go, Greeley was just one point back, but missed three good opportunities or field goals an wild shots and lasses, and also missed three free hrow tries, Baggol was proud of Ihe way he team recovered, particularly n the second h a l f , he ·said, but Vhcal Ridge kept hitting its field ;oal tries and the Wildcat's ick up the slack rapidly enough. Owen Ou-cns with 18 points and s'eil Good wilh 12 headed the Frmcr attack. Larry Hoffner's B were high for Grccley. Whlit Rldo. (JJ) FO FT PF yle, t 0 2 4 kudino, f . 1 0 4 3ood, f --_ 5 2 3 'wen, c ___ 5 8 6 lonaldson, e '^ 3 o s louston, g ' 0 . 0 . 2 iuslede, g 1 · 0 4 3andimere, g' ___^_ 2 " 7~ ' 0 · Gr..Uy (51) \dlcr, I __ Occidental Lodge No. 20, A.F. A A.M., will hold x special eommunl ··lion at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oe- Mmber 20, for th* purpose of con- f«rrJng Maionfc burial services for «u deceased brother, Walter H. Ott.n, Ir. : _: Irvlna M..Cannon, W.M. Deaths and Funerals . . Godfrey Charles Uioder of Hliiiken. Fathe: of Mrs. Klor- ftnce Ofiter anil Floyd Binder, both ot Mllllken, .Mrs. Marie Scaur, Airs. Dorothy Langon- b«hn, and Howard Binder all of Johnstown, And Ohflrles Binder Jr. pf-Aurora. Brother or ; Airs Pauline Goodwin of Chicago. Mrs. Anna M^ijjanil of. North Hampton, PH. und Roll- Heb Binder of Germany. Services 2:00 p.m. Thursday from Maoyfc Drawing Room. Inter- sriftnt Linn Grove. - Walter H. Often Sr. 6t Estos Park, formerly of Groeley. HBibend of Mrs. Adah Offen. rather of Mri. Helen Louise Roberts of Welsbaden, GOT- many, and Walter If. Offen Jr; of Oreeley. Stepson ot Mr*. Katie Often of Tuiieia, Kans. Brother of Mrs. Otto K u e h n e Jr., Roy W. ' and Georje H. O f f e n all of Topeka. Services 3:00 p.m. Tuesday from Macy* Drawing Room. Masonic services at Sunset Memorial Gardens. J»ATTKRSON William (Billy) n. Patterson of 1107 9th Street. Serrtces 1:30 p.m. Tuesday from Macys Drawing Room. Elks . a-errlces at I.lnn Grove, . Lundien and Son - Ft, Luptcn, Col*. ·KIG'BTOMI , Masakichl Sliigotoml of It. Lupton. Husband of Masayo; father of Jack of ' DenYer, -Mike of U. S. Army, Carl and Mary of Ft. Lupton anrt Cissy ' of Rochester, Minn. F.vening : services Monday, 7 p.m., Ft. Luplon B u d d h i s t Church. Funeral services 2 p.m. Tuesday, Ft. Lupton Buddhist Church. Interment Etmwood, Vour Loving Sympathy xpreise In beautiful Catket Floral Deslgni FLOWERS BY "Clair Louise" QREELEY FLORA f»7 16lh 81. Phone MS FRESH FLOWER FUNERAL SPRAYS "Consistently tte Beit" ·'. Free Delivery lENSON'S W. Loveland Rd. Fh. 401 Local Hoop Garbajal, g Erickson, f Majors, f ._. 12 28 22 Wheat Ridge 14 14 16 9-53 reeloy 5 11 17 19--52 Free throws missed: Audino 4, Good, Houston, Bandiniere !; Ad- 5, Anderson 2,' Hoffner 4, Miller 2, Carbajal, Erickson. kigham Young and Jtah Are Still-on Jndefeated List Basketball Standings ... *v. L. r[. ru. or . 4 0 l.QOO »3 J6Z . 1 1 .750 282 272 . 3 2 .600 373 312 3 t .600 197 313 . 3 2 .BOO 391 371 3 3 .400 301 US . 2 3 .400 3 1 8 3J3 Otliho AGM nib* lbl nr3 Stjllit C o a f c f t n c e Slindlaii BF THR ASSOCIATED P K K S CoaOrtact W. L. Pet. Ul«h Younf ____ .000 . 0 0 ,000 . e o .000 . « o .000 . U 0 .000 . « 0 .000 . 0 · .000 . 0 0 .BOO UUta Utah St(c Montana - _ CglKft(!o Al-M _ W. L. 1 « 0 1. 5 ft 1, Gilcresl Zip; Past Evans 5 EVANS -- The taller Gilcrest team ran wild here Saturday in a North Central league game with Evans as the Spuddiggers raked In a 69-26 viclory. Aficr a low "scoring first quarter, 9-5, Gilcrest . started roiling nd got a 25-16 half-time lead. ID [he third quarter Evans seemed to lave stopped playing as it netted only two points all quarter against 17 for the visitor*, Rurly Peralcz dropped a tola! of 32 points in the game and was one of two. players who scored in :he double figures. The other was i-9 Gary jMeek, Gilcresl guard, who got 10 points. Norm Michaud was top icorcr or the home team with nine points, le made his three buckets on u m p shots from about eight feet out. Peralez was hitting all over he floor for his 12 baskets. Peralcz, 6-4 Gilcrest center, was ilso lop rebounder for the Spud- liggers while Don Brantner and rlichaud cleared the boards for Svans. Board action was definitely dominated by the tall Gilcrest Evans won* the B game 18-15. Gtlcr*»t r'eralez ^ogrnirn Right'h Johns McLeod Kiel M a r liner Lopez Meek |Ev«ni (2(J Ft) : 8 Branincr 0 Tshiguro 1 Solomon 0 Torrez 0 Michaud 3 Williams 'o|Leaf 4 FS 2 2 0 1 3 0 1 25 19| 9 Gilcreit _ 9 16 17 17-69 K v a n s .__. 5 . 1 2 8--26 Free throws missed: Pernlez 9, Rlglilhonse, Me Lead 2. Lopez 4, Kiel 2; Michaud fl, Derrera 4, Solomon, -Torre* 4, Leaf 2. Kefauver Enters N. H. Primary and Will Invite Adlai By THE ASSOCIATED P R E S S Two Skyline Conference basketball tenms, Brigham Yoiiiij! university and Utah University, remained among the nation's elite college cage squads Sunday after padding their undefeated records wilh Saturday night victories over interscclional opponents. The BYU Cougars, ranked eighth nationally, downed Colorado University of the Dig Seven loop, 8453, at Provo, Utah, for the second nighl In a row. The Cougars blasted the Buffaloes, 70-53, Friday night. BYU now boasts a record o f ; s i x straight wins. Herschel Pe'dersen, thj Cougars' center, was high point man Saturday night with 25. Jim Ranglos, Colorado guard, was nmncrup with 21. Utah's Redskins, third-ranking team nationally, drubbed Washington State College, 91-55, at Sail Lake City bchindlhe 26-point performance of Art Bunte. This was the Redskins' fifth straight viclory of the season. Of two other Skyline teams which saw action Saturday night, one was defeated and the other grabbed .a win. Denver's Pioneers built an early second half scoring splurge and a tight defense into a 66-50 win over Colorado Stale in a non-conference tilt «l Denver. New Mexico absorbed a 73-69 beating by Ken- lucky Wesleyan in another non- league conlesl at Albuquerque. Denver's season record for all games stands at four wins and two losses, good for fifth place in", the all-games standings. New Mexico is in the league cellar, the only t e a m unable to break into the win column- so lar .this season. The Lobos have lost all four of their games. Idle Saturday nighl were Colorado AM, sixth in the standings; Utah State, third; Montana, fourth; and Wyoming, seventh. BYU travels cast this week, taking on Wake Forest and North Carolina State Wednesday and Thursday. Utah will participate in the Kentucky Invitational Tourney Tuesday and Wednesday al Lexing ton. WASHINGTON OB -- Sen. Estes Kefauver said Sunday he will en- tor New Hampshire's Democratic presidential iv^'Ty iiarch 13 ana thfti he hopes "Ihe snow and ice will not deter" Adlai Stevenson Kefauver and Slevenson have bolh announced they are candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination next year. The Tennessee senator disclosci his Imenlions regarding New Hampshire, Ihe first slate lo hold its primary, in a radio-TV interview wilh \Vashington Newsmen (CBS 1 Face Ihe Nation). Chicago Tribune Says Ike Will Slate Intent by Middle of February CHICAGO IB -- The Chicago Tribune said Sunday night ii learned from an authoritative White House source lhat "President Eisenhower will disclose his 1956 political intentions by the middle of February." Siamese Twin Survivor Is Home for Holidays CHICAGO W -- Rodney Dee Bro die, the survivor of an operation separating Siamese twins, four years ago, will be home again for Christmas. Rodney's fjlher, Royl, picked up Ihe 4-year-otd boy at the Universi ly of Illinois Medical Center Sun day. U will be Ihe first lime Rod ney has visited his Ferris, III., home since last spring when he suffered a brain hemorrhage. ' Rodney, the first head-joined Si amese twin lo recover from a scp aration operation, seemed on his way to a normal life until he was stricken by the hemorrhage las .May. Doctors say the hemorhage is not "under control but his been alleviated." Willie Hartack rode 15 winners in four days the second week of the Laurel Wetting. University of California ' $95-Million Budgef:0keh LOS.ANGELES in - Regents of the University of California have approved a 05 million dollar budget for the eight campuses far 1956-57. C-State Eyes Pair of Games Against Wayne Colorado Slate .turned its attention to a pair of games here Tuesday and Wednesday with Wayne State afler going under to Denver Saturday night, GG-53, The Wildcats, members of the Nebraska College conference, have wills over Omaha and AugusUnj and a loss to^Westmore of Iowa on the books "so far this season. The club has seven lettermen, ind an all-vet starting unit composed of 6-3 Jim Whitney and 6-2" Max Potts at forwards, 6-6 Eric Kadkcy at center and 5-11 Jack Pingel and 5-11 Larry Buhl at guards. After the W a y n e Stale games, Ihe Dears will be idle until Dec. 31 when the Alumni game is scheduled. At Denver Saturday night, the Bears were in the thick of the ball game until the third quarter, when a flurry of points gave the Pioneers a substantial lead. The Pioneers, while dumping in 11 points to stretch a 29-27 halftime lead, kept C-Slale scoreless for six minutes and 12 seconds. 11 was a combination of the Pioneer joint push and Denver defense that broke open the game. Denver's Hill Peay, Jim Powell and Ernie Ulhgennant led the way as the club went past the Bears. Center Galen Bowles finally ended the C-State scoring drouth with hook and a layup. Powell, the outstanding pcr- 'ormer on the floor, paced the Denver scorers with 17 points and some timely rebounding. Peay added 15 and Uthgenannt 13. For Colorado Stale, Dick Daugherty mmpcd in seven baskets and five 'rec, throws for game scoring honors but four of his buckets came after the Pioneers had put the game oul of danger. Eleven of J oweH's points came in the second lalf and Uthgenannt hit for-eight in the late surge. , Bowles, .Daugherty a n d Fred Dlchl pulled Colorado S t a t e ' to within seven points at 44-37 wilh 11:36" left. The Bears were still [ratling by seven at 50-43 with 7-18 lo go. Then Powell tapped a follow shot. Paul Plath hit a one-hand jump, and Dick Brott added a pair of. free throws to move the Pioneers out of any danger, 56 43^ with 5:15 left. After that, the Pioneers, with 'Uthgen- annt and Powell providing the speed, opened up a fast b r e a k ' t o assure the viclory. Bolh teams started off sloppily, racing up and down the court with little effect. After six minutes of play it was' only 6-6. Colorado State took an 8-6 lead on Dick Dnugherly's one-hander then- Jim Powell fired 'in a jump shot and Bill -Peay scored on layup to put Denver ahead to stay in the half at 10-8 wilh 12:09 left. Four free throws by'Powell plus a pair of buckets by both Ulhgen- nannt and Pea shot Denver to 21-15 lead wilh 6:01 to play. Galen Bowles, Daugherty »nd Tucker rallied the Bears in the closing minules of the first half to.tie the gsrae, 27-27, with 29 seconds lefl. But Itotephus SLgh's nne-handt wilh just 8 seconds remaining gave Denver ils lialftiine lead of 23-27. Denver controlled t h e back boards, especially in the second half as 6-8 center Brott pulled in 18 rebounds, Powell plucked IS and Peay and Sligh each grabbed 10. Daugherty w a s - tops in rebounding for Colorado State with 11 and Frank Klnney. picked off ten. · · Neither team was particularly adept In the shooting department, Denver hitting 24 of 8* tosses for 28.6 percentage. Colorado State bagged 25.7 per cent, hitting 19 of 74 tosses. .. · D»nv«r (M) - F O FT Peay, I ' 5 $ Powell, f 6" 5 Brolt, c 3 Ulhgennannt, g · 6 Plath, g . ' · i Jackson, g 1 Sligh, f ; i McCollum, f o Wolf, c, . 0 Totals _ C-Stat. (S3) Tucker, f . Daugherty, f Bowles, c Diehl, g '_ Kinncy, g Hynek, f Wright, g Brown, g Brandly, g Tolals _ 19 12 ' is Halftime: Denver 29, Colorado Slate 27. Free throws missed:- Peay, Powell 3,' Brolt, Uthgennant 2, 1'iaih; Tucker, Daugherty 2, Bowles 4, Diehl, Kinney, Hynek 2, Wright, Brandly 2. Many Are Killed by Lebanon Flood : BEIRUT,'Lebanon Ml -- About 160 persons were reported killed and 200 missing Sunday night in floods raging · across Lebanon. Scorei of others .have been injured. Basketball Scores Skylln* Denver U. 66, Colorado State SO. Ulah U, Washington State.H. Blf Saven Kansas State 74, Washington S9. Southern Methodist 81, Kansas 61. Brigham Young 4, Colorado S3. Indiana 81, Missouri 71. Rational Colorado Mines 69, Air Force Academy .67. 'Lowry AFB 82, Offutt AFB 87. Nebraska. Wesleyan 70, Colorado College JS. Regis 111, St. Michael's.(K.M.) - . Billings 75, Carroll College T*. Hlflh Sctxnl East 85, Ft. Collins 39. M a n u a l 62, Longmont 27. North 79, Englewood 61. .Colorado Springs 65, Westminster 45. · South 64, Loveland 62 (OT). La Salle Tough, But Mead Wins LA SALLE -- Mead had a tough :ime edging La Salle 45-41 here Saturday night in a North Central league game after its 87-47 rout over Estes Park Friday night. The game started out on ar even (eel with a 2-2 lie and « 4-4 tie. Then Mead took the lead 8-4 and icld that lead throughout the gane. The visiting squad was enjoying a 37-26 third quarter lead but in the !ourth quarter La Salle started putting" the pressure on. . The home squad rallied and .dropped eight points within'a two minute period and the dazed Mead squad couldn't do a thing tr stop La Salle's 15-point rally, . Allen Thompson was.Mead's top scorer,with 14 points from the field, tte made his from j u m p shots from about 15 feet out. La Salle's Bud Christian netted 12 points and got lis from the outside on long sets. Mead controlled the boards and Jerry. Sitxman was the top re- Dounder. He got about three-fourth of all the rebounds in the game. Teammate Jerry Newlon also was a good reboundcr. In 1 the first half Mead got 'almost all the rebounds on both boards, but La Salle started fighting for the ball in the second half and got quite a : f e w re- wounds. Both teams used a zone defense and Mead's was so tight that' almost all of La Salle's shots h'ad to come irom the outside. . * Mead edged La Salle'in the B game 43-52 and 'one'?of the five Newton brothers, Davey, totaled 21 points in the game. La Silk (41) |Miad (45) F« Ft] · »f Ft Christian 4 4|Ro Newlon 4 1 Cade :;je Newton t 1 Perez 4 OjSitzman' t .'1 Vann'eit 2|Ri Newton 4 0 King 1 0|Eckel' ' 0 0 Drewer 0 OjThompson 7 t Lightsey 0 0| ' Bauer 0 . OJ Berry C t\. i . . 1.5 ll| 21 3 Free throws missed: Christian, Cade, Vannest; Ro Newton, Je Newton 2, Kidman 4, Hi Newton, Thompson. · '- Tver CH Five GROVER--With three long Ml ihots lite in the first period, 8-J center Ralph P»lm«r pulled Grover out in front for ketps and led the Jaekrahbits to · 55-41 win ver College high of areeiey in a on-conference game her* Satur- ay. The first Quarter was a nip and ack affair with the score being tied 'at i-2, 3-3, and 5-5. After that either 'team would get out if] front about two or three points and then the other- would fake its turn in front. Palniir's six quick points gave the home team a 18-13 first quarter lead. Grover held thai lead ill the 'ay and didn't hare to' worry iuch except In the last quarter ·hen College high came within ight points of.the victors. Grover hen stalled'the ball and when Ihe College high defense came out to try and break up the 'stall, Grover would go in under the 'bucket to ;et some more-Insurance points. Palmer was high point man of the game with 24 points. He got 10 DU Wins Ski Meet at Aspen ASPEN U -- Denver University's defending national champion ski team placed two men among the lop five in both the slalom and jumping eC7.f! Sunday to win a four-way intercollegiate r,-,c;f sponsored by the Aspen Ski Club. " DU, which tniled Colorado Saturday at the conclusion of the downhill and cross-country events, wound up wilh a total of 1512.7 points. - , Colorado was a . clos* runnerup wilh 1506.7, while Western Slate's 1461.4 points were good for third. Utah, wilh 1343.2, and Colorado School of Mines, with 1132.5, trailed in that order. The Pioneers swept to victory in the afternoon jumping when the competition was won by Craig Lussi and Jerry McClellan finished fourth. In the morning's slalom event down Kulhy's Run, Htnning Arita of DU chalked up the best time and the Pioneers' Jake McClellan placed third. Colorado hopes died as the luf- falots picked up fifth places in both events. Jake McClellan won the skimeis- ter award for the best performance among all'competitors in the four events. Arsca finished second and Ixiu Haliell of Colorado, who won the downhiir Saturday, third., · Meet officials said the slalom run was in perfect .shape, and . said warm afternoon weather did not hinder participants on the hard- packed jumping hill. Results: '-, Slalom--1. Kenning Arsfa, Denver, 1:20.2. J. Ramon Johnson of Ulah, and Jake McClellan, Denver, !:»!.« (tie). 4.. Don Zimmerman, Western State, ,1:22.5. 5. Ray Cards, Colorado, 1:22.7. : Jumping--I.Craig Lussi, Denver, 209. 2. Ramon Johnson, Utah, 208.5. 3. Sieve Raichle,. Western State, 207. 4. Jerry McClellan, Denver, 206.8. S. Mike. Johnson, Colorado, 205.4. ' "' · Palmer Leads points in the first qu»rter but in the second n«U Jim .Husltty, College high'.center, guarded 'him lot · closer and held Palmer to ·ight points the whole of the let- md half. : Paul Timm w«i second high for Grover with 11 points, si* of which ome in the last quirter. He was hitting his on drivea, Russ Koenig, Grover guard, also did « good )ob on offense with follow shots boosting his totil to nine. Bill Schapfer was the Bulldog high point man with 11 points. He was. hitting jump shots and lay- ups. Ernie Andrade totaled 30 points for the Bulldogs'afld got ill hii from the'field, Two, came en long sets, the others on drives. Rohrir Bair was fhe'top rebound- er for Grover with eight rebounds. Palmer had six to come in second. Hiiskey was top rehounder for College high along with Johnny Bauer. The board action was pretty even all the way-through. Fouls hurt the Class A Bulldogs quite a bit. Andrade' was charged with foijr fouls In the first half out was kept in until four minutes gone in the fourth when he made his fifth foiil. He wa» definitely slowed dowm with hij fouls and didn't make a single point,in tht third quarter,' : ;: . Bauer was charged wHh two f o u l s ' i n t h e . first h a l f , ' b u t his hustling, the best for the 16s«rs, caused him to foul 6ut late in the game. Bair fouled out with four an] a half minutes left in the game. College high didn't hive any hustle except for Bauer, and had * care of over.confidence. Grover, on Ihe other hand, fought as hard as they had-all year but didn't hit as well as they have. beei. hitting. The Jackrabblts M per cent of M 50:shots as compared with ai per cent of 53 shots for:the Msitorii. '.College high'i wicked press, the one that'slowed Kersey down considerably earlier this .past week, didn't seem to bother, the Grover squad much at all. Grover started on a zone defense but in the middle of the first period switched «o a man to m a n , which caused the Bulldogs enough trouble. Bauer 'was the top player for [he Bulldogs because of his hustle and bec»uVe'ivf= his '~huit!s "lie fouled out. A n d r a d f : started out strongjbut was handicapped irith the four fouls. .. Palm»r -xn - Grover'i top hustler and lop player. Collt,. Hith (41) 'FS B. Schaeffer J Schaeffir Schmidt Robinson Gr.v.r (H) Bair i. Timm ' Lambert Thompson Palmer . Kpenig _ Hubble _ Sorensen » IT · 13 10 10 «--41 - S 15 1! 1Z--55 Free throws missed: Andrade Huskey 3, Bauer, JCoehler, Eckhardt, B. Schaeffer J, J. Sclueffer ; Bair 3, Timm i, Lambert J, Thompson i, Koenif B. . · Armed Services Accused Of -'Shocking' Pradices WASHINGTON in - 'Cfcairman Vinseo (D-Gt) liid. Sunday a House Armed Services Committee investigation ~ « a « show» ; "shock-«ct!ces by trie armed services in awarding defense tontracts Ihrpugh. direct negotiation rjther Uitn cdrapetiti»e MeMing. . ' i-' Pig* 18 GREBLKY TRIBUNE ' Monday; Uec. 19, 1955 Reds Make Propaganda Out of 16 New Members of the United Nations MOSCOW I * -- T h e Soviet government Saturday hailed the admission of 18 new members to the United Nations 'as a "victory for Soviet initiative.'. 1 The Communist paper Pravda carried three:columns of laudatory comment trom Soviet correspondents in Budapest, Bucharest, Sofia, New Delhi, Rome, Paris and other capitals. , -- .· The. Soviet press in general has been trumpeting that the admission of the new members to the U, a "defeat for the American and British advocates of the cold war." livestia said Ihe Western powers, "worried by thesuccesscs of the,Soviet policy of international cooperation, cannot accept the'faet their policy of strength has suffered « new failure.!' Reports from Oil Drilling Don M. Rounds has moved in rotary and spudded k J sand wildcat two miles northeast, o f . the North. Greasewood wells in" Weld County. Rounds, a contractor, is also - the operator for the^ test which is on ' a ' farmout from British American Oil Producing compahT. Location is Adam Wolf No. 1 in SESE Z4-7-4I. The well has. a surface elevation of 5025 feet and the J tand is. expected at 7,190 feet. . Grover district in northeastern WeW County will, get another J sand oil test immediately, it was announced ovr the week end. The well, will be the William Scheub No. 1 and .will be located one mile north o'f Sligo arid three miles south and a mile east of the town of Grover in SENE 22-10-61, Weld Cpunly. Arrowhead Exploralion company is pulting down the wildcat- on a farmout from Lucerne Corporation with Continental Oil company having an interest in the test, Allison Drilling company is the contractor and is expected to start moving in rotary rig this we*». "·" Tht well ii Uiree miles northeast of the Gillette field, the nearest oil production. Clarence Borger, well known Shorthorn'cattle breeder ha» land closely adjoining the well lite. Another- important test to be drilled shortly in the Grover district is in SWSE 23-9^)2, Weld County. This is oh the George Rensink place'northeast of Andy Ross (Heart) reservoir. -. .' . . Saulcy No. 1 well of J. G. Dyier, northwest of Johnstown was drilling below 4400 feet Friday afternoon.' * .'. . · . ' , t . , - Th» wall it" an outpost to the southeast of the discovery' well of McElroy Ranch company, Bunker No. 1. Location of the Saulcy well a NWSE 31-5-68, Larimer County. Cyprus Rioting Resumed Sunday NfCOSIA, Cyprus I* -- Cyprlot agitators Sunday set off a chain of shootings and bombings in Nicosia and Famagusta. More ihan 15 persons, including two Americans, were injured. · . The most serious incident occurred at a Christmas-decorated night club where hit-and-run demonstrators tossed three grenades through plate glass -windows. Among the 10 · injured were Mr. i^Mrs. Robert Murphy'of Brooklyn, N. Y. who are working with the U. S. consulate radio monitoring station here. Thinks Debt Reduction Due Before Cut in Tax · WASHINGTON W _ R cp . Mills (D-ArV) said Saturday his just- ended public hearing: on tax policy have convinced him he is right in advocating a reduction of the national, debt'before income tax«s are cut. Mills, an influential member of the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee,' heads a'Sen- ate-House Economic Suficommitlee on tai policy which Friday wound up two weeks ol hearings. He said the subcommittee's findings will be announced in-early January. Emphasizing that he spoke as an.individual and not for the subcommittee, Mills told reporters he seet no prospect for any '.'net reduction" .in federal ta'xes in Ihe current fiscal year -.vhich will end n«it June 30. ' Afghanistan Won't Be·'·'.·: Drawn into Cold War KABUL, Afghanistan OB^Foreign Minister Mahmoud Niam Khan declared Sunday the wooing of Russia's veiling leaders is not going to draw Afghanistan info the cold war, : The foreign minister--a brother of th« Premier,, whose full name Is Sardar Shah Mahmoud Daud Khsn--was asked at a -news-conference if the tour of Soviet Pre- · i«r Nikolai Bulganin and Soviet pafty 'boss Nikila KhrushcheV would change Afghanistan's foreign policy of neutrality. He reptied: . Knowland Said To Pressure Ike lor Clear Road 1 (Continued trom Paie- 1) the prospect t h a t ' t h e ' t e s t period would be concluded about mid- February. Dr. White declined repeatedly to say whether lie thinks Eisenhower will be In shape ~. to run again. ' ' .' - ' ' ; . Iii' his present frame of mind, Knowland apparently regards mid- February as too late for a decision. He has been studying carefully the schedule of primary filing deadlines and finds .that an '.'as-, pirant who" delays that long will b« blocked out of six primaries.. These, and their filing deadlines; are Illinois, Jan. 23; Alaska, Feb.' 1; West Virginia, Feb. 4; Ohio, ' Feb. 8; New Hampshire, Feb. 11, and Minnesota, Feb. 15. ·Knpwland also is described ai incensed' at the suggestion of Republican National Chairman Leonard W. Hall and others that th« President could wait until March 15 or later to announce his Intentions. . . - ,Sucb a-delay.would block a potential candidate out of .six more primaries. The -filing, deadlines 1 in these are .Pennsylvania, Feb! 20; Wisconsin, March 2; Massachusetts and Florida, March 6; New Jersey,, March 8 and Oregon, March 9. .. ; Knowland could not be expected to enter all of these primaries. He probably would select Wisconsin, Illinois, Alaska and West Virginia from the two 'early deadline groups, adding California arid others as time ,went along. The California senator is represented as firmly convinced* that Eisenhower isn't going to run again. He has built 'his whole strategy- on -this assumption and the recognition that he is going to have to do battle with some. of Eisenhower's closest associates, if he is to win the nomination. . Republican Says. Kefauver· Hardest.···· . : Man to Defeat WASHINGTON .w -- Sen. Gold-; water.(R-Ariz).Sunday named Estes Kefauver as the most difficult for the Republicans' to beat among present Democratic presi-' denlial possibilities. .- ' ^ Goldwatcr is chairman of the Republican senatorial campaign committee. " . ' . In a filmed television interview (NBC's Youth Wants To Know), Goldwaler was asked -which hs though would be hardest to beat-Kefauver, Adlai Stevenson or Averell Harriman. . . ; He chose Kefauver and added: i "Now, I say th'at for this rea-, son: This country has been going toward a conservative view for probably two or three years. Ever since President- Eisenhower hai been in. . " . ': "Now, the three y"ou have mentioned, of them, Sen. Kefauver comes closer to fulfilling that th'an do the other two." . , 5 Youthful Skaters · ; ; . Killed in Automobile '\\ in Pennsylvania Sun, ;; EMLENTON, Pa. H)-_ A Itit .auto crashed into an embankment and burned near here Saturday night, and five youthful roller-skating fans died in the blazing wreckage. . - ; The crash occurred near faiil sorthwesicr'n Pennsylvania town; about 50 miles north of Pittsburgh; State police said the auto's rear axle broke, and the car had no brakes. They said the driver,' James Snow, 23, of Emlenlori, apparently fried to avoid a collision with another vehicle, and drove the careening car into an embankment, . where, it overturned "and burst into flames. West Germans Win Election, in Saar. SAARBRUECKEN, Saa'r HI -' The Saarlanders swept into power Sunday a group of three.big j proi German, parties pledged to early union of this industrial border stall with West Germany.- . ', . . ; The Saar elected a new parlia^ menl. ^ilh Ihree-fourths of th« votes counted, the three- parties-! foes of French'.'dominance in this long. disputed ; area--had a -'whopping 63.9 per cent. ' . r- - - : ' 78 Earlh.Tremors ;i Jar Imperial Valley. M EL,-CENTRO, Calif. Wl ---Al Bother earth tremor jarred this community Sunday' night and brought to 78 Ihe number of district quakes recorded in t h e ' Imperial' Valley since Friday night'." '-' r Mayor Nicholson .HI : DENVER W . , -- - M a y o r Will F. Nicholson Wis'hospitalized Sunday for treatment of « vein disorder ui pni leg.!-.--- : · _ . . . ' ', ' . 'Physicians .terrned the; ailment ' "mild.".;ahd called it a complication resulting from a recent attack of influenza.,' .'. -. ' ·'. ·' - ,-; USI THI THIIUNf WANT ADS

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