Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 20, 1955 · Page 2
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TO STAR UNDER YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE · Rifles, Shotguns * Camping Eq«ip. ·Boats, AcMssories * Outboard Motors TRICYCLES CARS BIKES ·95 UP. Up Up Bicycl FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN MANUFACTURED BY SCHWINN Lightweights, mediums, and regular weight. . . for the FISHERMAN Spinning Rods Fly Rods ,1 Rods ,,, /.SID up 8.29 ,o 75.00 1.95 35.00 Tackle Boxes .·. 2.75 up : Leather-. Bound Creels . . 4.95 Fjshlng Boots U. S. . . 13.45 Reels 1.49 to 35.00 Dries 1.00 to 15.0O Complete .Line of All Fishing Tackle White Star and Sun Valley All Sizes lor Men, Women and Children ' Pants Jackets ·'" · ' · ' · ' ' · ' HbrthlandSkis 9.95,15.95 an. 19.95 Up 22.50 up lv«9v up edged : Henke Ski Boots '' Ski Poles ___! r air f 95 ..d'9.95 Ski Cable Bindings 4.95 12.50 COMPLETE LINE OK ALL OTHER ACCESSORIES for the CHILDREN Sleds All Sizes 4.95 Games Electric Football 2.95-6.95 Electric Baseball 2.95-6.95 . Elec. Horse Race 6.95 Dart Games 2.95 Up Pool Tables ^_ 4.95 Up Hockey Skates Girls' White Figure . 10.9S up Men's Black Figure . 11.95 up Hockey Sticks 1.25 Children's Skates . . . 8.95 9.95 We Sharpen Skates- The Hollow Grind Method Microscope Sets Gilbert ^ 0 5 ' | «y95 brand ·»· to JL / Chemistry sets 4.95 (o 9.95 Footballs (Official Sizes) Uuhher and ' ^95 Leather ..:..-.. 3 Up Basketballs Official Si/.e Ruhlrer and "J95 and Leather 3 Up Chemistry Set . . .2.50 up Burrowes Stand- Ing Pool Tables ·--.· : = 17.95 up Archery r SeU . . . 3.95 up Ping Pong Sets . . . 4:95 up Many, Many Other Items to choose from Erector Sets .50, to- TRAINS Lionel trains and Equipment Train Sets As .,,,- ss Hi 19.95 SPECIAL SETS MADE TO ORDER ACCESSORIES KOR ALL MODEL RAILROADERS MacGr.gor .'. Spaldinx - ·:'. Wiltbn . Iron*, ··! of 5,32.50 Wood* . . .10.00 up Golf Balls . . Doz. $12.00 ChrfBtmis Packi--3, 6, a Golf Bags , ,9.95 tip Golf Carls . 29;50 Golf Head -Covers . 3.95 up Gorf Shoes, pr 11.95 THE COMPLETE LINE OF ALL SPORTING GOODS JONES CO. S P O R T I N G G O O D S 922 Eighth Av«. T«lephon» 614 Jeff Richards Weds LAS VEGAS, Nvc. UK -- Actor Jeff Richards, 31, has married Vickl Flaxman, 23, after a two- month courtship. . -Richards' and thk blonde Los Angeles-school teacher were' married Saturday by Judge John Slen- doza at the Riviera Hotel. It was the first marriage for the bride and the second for -Richards. He was divorced from Shirley Sibre l a s t . July. · -· . Providence (R.I.) College is tho only collcgr on the' North American continent.' operated by the Dominican Fathers. ' . ' Men's handsome slippers Stytod For Comfort! He'll just slip them . -.-' on ondrelox! See ' our wide selec- ·· :' ' tion of eosy-' fitting leather j slippers today! 2.98 To . '. 4.95 LADIES' WARM SLIPPERS Shirling lined with leather .uppers.. Also fabric, tops, many/colors. to 5.95 Girls' Moccasins New shipment of soft elk leather. Several . n e w colors. 2.99 CODING BOOTS FOR EVERYBODY Red, yellow, brown, green and ton. All sizes. ' Children's 4.95 to 8.95 Ladies' Men's 11 12 95 ID .to 13 95 19 95 · SPECIAL All Wool Loafer Sox "\ . ' ,^ '·'' for men, women . . . ond.children at 1.99 Greeley ^ £ry Qoods Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE T»we?«y, Dtt. 10, 1W Louis Osier arid ifi il SEATTLE -- A 90-pound German Shepherd "dog named Adair. is a "patient" at Firland Sanatorium. "For the past month, Adair has shared, a 'room with Louis Oster of 9223-35th Av.'S.-W. · The friendly animal gels -ison- iazid, a tuberculosis-fighting drug! just as olher ; patients do. -He gets plenty of res!-, but does have some "up" privileges'. . '. '. .. All of that probably make? him the first dog ever to be permitted lo stay-in a hospital, as far. as Fir- land -personnel has. been able to determine.' ' - - - - . Naturally, there is', a-reason. . Adair for two years has been a constant companion and leader dog for Osier, who is blind. When Osier, was. stricken with tuberculosis, Adair went along to the hospital, but had lo remain outside. ; , , ; - . ' "We were confronted, by a situation that didn't seem to be covered by the usual rules,!' 'explained Dr. v Daniel W. 2ahn", 'medical i di-. rector. ' : . "Osier.' told, us- t h a t if the dog and he were separated for : '=very long, the dog's value'to'him which is based on a. continuing relationship wo'uld be Ip5t,^4nd ; be^would have^td obtain a" .new dog 1 , : a t - a h expenditure of $i,200 r - : and three months' time." _. . .-' The hospital .staff ajranged. for Adair to be quartered on .hospital grounds and. brought..in. for._oc : casional visits. .; · - " · ."A blind man and his dog are closer to each other.than humans ever are," Oster explained. "I could tell that Adair was losing his responsiveness. Am''-.once- a guide dog is" detrained, he. never can be trained again.'-' -· r · 'So Osier. appealed to hospital authorities, who -finally.'consented to let the dog remain in Osier's W O ] . . ' . ' : . ! . ' - - . : . Then it was discovered that dogs occasionally contract tuberculosis.- So Adair w a s . p l a c e d on regular- dose! of isoniizid, as a preventive. . ' ' · . - . Other patients,-nurses-and doc-: tors all -like' the -handsome-, black dog, which lies .by · Osier's % bed-' side. .- . : . · - . . .Oster, who came to Seattle in June from Greeley,- Colo., · where he operated a magazine stand for many, years, is. looking- forward to the time, in a few more months, when they can.return home. · - - ·" The above story about Louis' Oste'r and his dog,.Adairt--.ii reprinted from the' Seattle Tirries^bf Dec. i i . - · : · ' : . · ; -.-i ..('· :;·';";.;. : ...-.-': Oster is a former owner of the Yellow "Cab :ffanchise"in ^Greeley _and- later -operated the magazine- stand in the -post.office here.- He and his wife, --Emm'a; ""moved- to' Seattle l a s t ' June.' His son,. Gilbert is em ployed-there by Boeing Aircraft. His wife is with the Singer Sewing'Machine company. In March,, 1954, Oster attended a two-weeks course at-the Leader Dog school at Hichestcr, Mich.; sponsored by .-the Lion's clubs, of Mich.. He applied for ' the' school through the Mile High Kennel club program: , " . . ' - . ··' ' · A d a i r , ' a ' G e r m a n Shepherd, was The Outdoor Man Appreciates H and P SURPLUS STORE 821 9th Slr..t hon. 3444 OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS ~- Washable Topcraft Sport Shirts Seven Colors imported Binoculars . I N D I V I D U A L FOCUS Regularly 139.50,·.' . . . ^( Sp»f!»lly priced _^ fc« _ _ (~?~l ·.'·.[:., - . ' ' PJu» Fed.-Tmi Insulated Leather Booh Sllicone Preserve Leither-Repeb Water. .' · - N o Cold Feel 13 9? an, I5.()0 All Wool Coat Sweater* Color: Brown, Navy,'' Red, .Grey Sp«ially priced - .'- "''V '. 4.50 ''" two · ind i hiU years old wa«n Osier got. him it Ihit timt trim a kennel ia Baltimore; Md.. Oster ii a brother oJ Otlo Otter,- m«mbsr. oJ the ^Greeley police d«- pirtment,' ^«nd -off- Mrs. ' B«rbVva Hulen, who resides weit of Gret- ley.' His -wife's ' parents,' Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidke tlso liv* hjr». Weld County Real Estate Transfers -. Riveriin rt«mp» *n rial '·» ·t»tt trinifiri irt'il th» ritr of 11.10 pir theuMnf. { ; Dte«mWr }7. » . t ~ , ; «. , Garh A., and. Faro Andersoa' to William Eldon and Nelli« Scotti Lot 11, Block 6, Anderson-Hop Sub'.; Forl Lupton, Rev. (1.10. ' " ". " · David J. Miller to Law'renci K. and . Margaret. -Lucille Magnuioa, Ft. Lot 48, Alles Acres Add., Greeley, Rev. J2.75. . , . . i ; F r e d r j : . a n d Edith Schmidt to Waller C. and-Una f. Nye, B"/i Lot 6, Block 33, Greeley, Rtv; 111-00. - . . , . .. ', . .;, I-ee Clevchgfr to Edmund .arid Marilyn J. Florio, Lot S,. Block ( Heinze Glenmere Crest Add , Grt»i ley.'Hey; J29.15. -.' ' . , . .," · George 'IS. Houston io-Robert L. and Laiira J. Be'ileaii, Lot 7, Block 2, 3rd-'Add.,-Houston Heights, Gr««- ley, Rev. fiVss. WMfe: Paper on Red : , : China Being Prepared',; 1 WASHINGTON^ _, The'stal. Department is compiling a "whit* paper" of cruel and inhii'miin treatment which it says America'rii held in Communist China are" suffering at the hands of the Ghiiiesi' Reds. . - . . . , . · . ; . - · Officials reported this : » the Stale Department-' Friday night disclosed that U.S. Ambassador U. Alexis Johnson has protested 1« Red^Chinese envoy Wang Ping-nan" ^ at Geneva against such treatment of Americans. · i . .' · v The U. S. officials .indicated that Johnson's 'protest';, so far as they know, : have brought no chance iii the treatment. · · ·· : ' _ · · ; - . . 7. . The State Department . also announced that Johnson has repeat-' edly -protested to Wang against the failure of the Reds' to permit U..S. citizens to leave 'China in accordance' with the Johnson-Wang' agreement announced lait Sept. U.- · There are 14 Americans still fc eld in Chinese Communist- piisonj. Beginning last Sept. 6, 27 Americans have been permitted to Icav'r China but the 'United' States coh- tends'Uhat this partial release' \i" not enough : and 'that the : 14 should' also have'-been allowed to cbm« i home-long. ·'s!nc«;'--r ?:''·.·; : '· : .^Officials'decliiied to jive, any devils -of the-"cruel-'and -inhuman treatment" withhich they charge- .the' Reds, · ".". _".!.' ',-:'· ; -.They -aW-' fulWntormaUon Would be disclosed when the record now being put together/is, p'ublishud ai. an official, document,... commonly.- known' as". a ; 'T'whit« paper!! 1 .-' Kislorians believe t h a t the Air- service between Detroit and Grind. Rapids and Detroit,; Mich: was' tht' first scheduled air passenger strv- ice. ' , ... '. ' Man of the Month Itrnord Dur«ne« ', This .friendly, 'cheerful irian i is Santa's-best assistant this month. As manao/er of A«tn» : Finance Co., he likes to makt folks happy .with; extra .cash ] for Holiday needs.' "I like people^-and vjant to invite everybody to wst'fmir- for |50 to" f 1500-Holi d a y . cash," he »'aid.'"GoQd tredit i» · all you need. And I'll be' jlad ' io wait after ..work for th6f«; who are, too busy.to'conie : in during th day." ; " · · ' · - '- ..·; ,Th'e Aetna office is'open, daily and Saturday and imrhe- d i a t « caah is 'available co ' signature-or. other poiHilar^ plan. Those ihler'etted. «r« in- vifed to call the Aetn* m»n«-; trer, at,'Aetria Finance Co.', 70g Niath Av"«, Ph.' 4M7. 'Adv; ; ,- ··' . (\ ·

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