Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 18, 1957 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, June 18, 1957
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Grover Ranchers Vote 101 to 6 for Soil Conservation Landowner! m the Grover-Hereford area voted 101-6 Monday afternoon In farur ol adding about 550 tectioni of land to the West Greeley Soil Conservation district. There were 1U landowners eligible to vote. The election was held at the Cro- fer community building. Judges Island Grove Park Wed., June 19-8 p.m. had been excluded from the proposed addition by owner*' requests and another small portion had already been petitioned into the Wett Greeley district by Individual own eri. Th: large block of land begins roushly five milts north of Highway 14 and eitends to the Wyoming border. East the area eitends to two miles east of Keota and west it eitends to 11 miles west of liriggsdale. This is the third election to add dry land propert.- to the West Greeley district since the first of the year. In all the area brought in by the three elections totals approximately 721,000 acres. This brings all the Weld County land due north of Greeley and from the western border cast almost to Buckingham into the district eicept for one nine-mile-wide strip running north to the Wyoming border from Purcell. Featuring Miss Pat Jones World Famous Slunt and Race Driver Plus 28 Spine Tingling Speed Events 20 1957 Dodges CLOWNS-COMICS TWO FULL HOURS Adults 1.50 50c Children under ( FREE Children Sponsored hy Greeley Junior Chamber of Commerce Sleller Pleads Innocent by Reason ot Insanity BOULDER UK.- Kevin M. Stelter. 19, pleaded innocent by reason of insanity Monday to the slaying of Mrs. Ellenora Allen, 73. Dist. Judge William E. Buck ordered Stelter taken to the Colorado Psychopathic Hospital for mental test*. Mrs. AHcn was beaten to death May 8. Police Chief Myron Teegarden said Stelter signed a statement that he struck the woman with a hammer but could give no reason. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS The Gamfield Hotel Crystal Dining Room (Air-conditioned) TUESDAY'S SPECIAL 5:30-8:30 p.m. · COCKTAIL OR SOUP SALAD PRIME RIBS OK CHOICE WESTERN BEEF POTATO-VEGETABLE ROLLS - BUTTER CHOICE BEVERAGE CHOICE DESSERT SPECIAL TODAY--1.75 this is a bargain GREELEY AFTERNOON and NIGHT Sat., June ROSEDAI.E Two Children Dead in Old Refrigerator REDDING, Calif. IT - Two small children were found suffo eated Monday in in abandoned re frUerator here. The* »ere John 3. and Alice 4, routine" ana said tne first Lady is not ill. Press Secretary James C. lla{- erty told a news conference Mrs. Eisenhower expects to remain in the hospital for "several days." She was last at Walter Reed late Ir Kcbruary. At that time. Hat- erty announced she would be there | . jvernifht, but she actually stayed i children of Gordon Harvey, an un-!on three or four days, employed cement finisher. Ttieir j After the February checkup the mother is a maid at a motel She was away when the children were first misted at i p.m by their step-sister, 12-ycar-cld Margaret Rudisill It was Margaret who thought to open the door of the I cubic loot refrigerator in the vacant lot next door afiei two hours of searching for the tots. Rebels Threaten To Burn Haiti's Capital City White House pronounced the First Lady In good condition. Her physl- j clan, Maj. Gen. Howard M. Sny- dcr, said at the time when questioned ahout the loncer stay than' had. been expected that Mrs. Ei- Heat Broils East As Floods Spread Havoc over West By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Summery heat sizzled much of ditiomng relief caused power short- aces in New York and Chicfgo. HO«». ««««« by tor- The First Lady is CO. _ .. . Canadian Govl. Resigns .. i n ii rential week-end rains, swirled UDSel at POllS acr °" P* TU of Minnesota. South r _ {Dakota, Kansas and Nebraska. At OTTAWA (f - The government i lease five persons drowned. A'Mil- of 1'rime Minister Louis St. L a u - j v a u k e e Koad passenger train w a s rent resigned Monday and ended 'derailed in western Minnesota, in- 22 straight years of Liberal Party j j u r i n j three crewmen and eight Consolidated Edison Co., which supplies New York'i paver, urged consumers to cut to barest essentials. A company spokesman attributed the poirer shortage to "a multitude of little headaches" in Tutidiy, June 18, 1957 CREELEY TRIBUNE Page 7 California Court Holds 2 Convicts Can Be Exlradiled SACRAMENTO. Calif, in - California's Third District Court of Appeal Monday turned down Folsom prison convicts Arthur Watson and Albert J. Kostal in their bid to escape extradition to Colorado to face murder charges. It denied a writ sought hy the pair to prevent their release to Colorado authorities. j The men are accused of slaying i a merchant policeman in Golden, Colo., during a holdup last N'ovem- They contended in court Cot. Goojivin Knight had no authority to remove them from the Clilor- nia prison. A record area has beta planted to cotton In Argentina. power distribution coupled abnormally high demand. . . . b c r , shortly fter they escaped (from Kolsom prison. ruie in Canada. Gov.-Gcn. Vincent Masscy The flipon of air conditioners in Chicago dropped household voltage from the standard 120 to 113 volts. Commonwealth Edison Co., which is repairing equipment that produces 400,000 kilowatts, drew ex- Thlinde'rVhoweri broke out in the" P°»« from utilities in Wiseon- sin and downstate Illinois to cor- passengers nounccd receipt of the resignation!colliding- cool and hot BIT massej|*'° *"? PRINCE. Haiti i*_ «t a conference with the 75-ycar- ; over the raidcontinent. Tempera-: _ , PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (.f- of ousted President Daniel Fignole threatened Monday night to burn yea old Liberal leader and immediate- lure ly summoned Conservative Party.o empera- extremes ranged from a n ' low of Zj degrees at The drop in voltage slowed down were Paul Thompson and Henry Hillman of Groxcr and Urn Ulake of Hereford. A small part of the t o t a l acres Sioux River it a bridce washout. li»j Mew Shewing "MAN FROM LARAMIE" with Jimei itewirt and Arthur Kennedy -PICNIC-'with Wllllim Holden, Kim Novak, Rosalind Runell Alio i Color Cartoon A transient w h o soupht refuge in the jail at Kllis in central K a n s a s drowned when a wall of flood water hit the building. A Willman, down Haiti'i capital city u n l e s l c h i c f John Diefcnbakcr. Fignole is allowed to return from Diefenbakcr's C on s e r vatives |readings in the exile. He was hustled olf to N cw nosed out the Liberals in the r a c e s ; m u c h of the hast and Midwest. York' last Friday. ParU of Port Au Prince were S«eral elections a week ago but set afire and wrecked in weekend clashes that resulted In death for more than 50 Haitians. · v m New were unable to establish ruling!third straight day and pushed into ajority. } thc 90s in Chicago for the second Before going into conference a t : d a y running. machines I M i n n · l r u c k driver drowned near units, b u t j c l a r a Clt '- M' 113 -. Hundreds of persons were left | ^MdeA in Sioux Kails and a body homeless in southwestern Minncso-1 w a s reported seen floating near ta and eastern South Dakota a f t e r ! v V a r d - S . D . . after a car was week-end rains dumped up to io'4 Cashed a w a y in a swollen creek, the area. National 1 _ " o m f s ami business places were The military ruling group t h a t j ousted Fignole has refused f to consider any idea of letting him come back. It answered of air condition- ,, ^TONIGHT WESTWARD HO THE WAGONS Starrfng Fest Parktr A TRIP TO DISNEYLAND USA P L U S COMEDY Cites Open at 6:45, Show at 8:00 help in Yankton, Marshall 5-TON TRAINED HIPPOPOTAMUS! R E A L L I V E G I R A F F E S 1 JUNGLE-BRED RHINOCEROS! 21-ELEPHANTS - C O U N T -EMJ 6 5 A L L S T E E L . C A R S 4 5 0 P E O P L E * A C R E S O F T E N T S A I I T i r i M s i S3,000.00 O A I I T 218 ANIMALS 2 C O M P L E T E P E R F O R M A N C E S ! D O O I S O f l M . « H O W » T A « T t 1:00 o.d 7:00 f. M. * *00 «·' »:N '· M FEEDING THE A N I M A L S 9:00 A.M.! the new threats from Fignole's mass following with strategic placement of troops and police under orders to shoot down anyone trying to start a fire or wreck essential service. The military junta made clear it wai ready to administer a repeat dose of the armed power that put down Fignole's partisans in ri- oti Saturday night and Sunday. At least 50 persons were kHled and 200 injured after a 'ware of stoning. looting and burning set off by rumors that Fignole had been executed. - For hours the government iiovcrnmem House, tne ti-ycar-oia tiicusne UM: ui «n luuumuu- -, .. .. s ., Diefcnbaker, a prairie lawyer ing equipment and rcf "K" tion ; A jlilwauke'e 1 from the West, told a reporter h e i w a s partly responsible for the pow i running nine hours late from Aber- in Sioux Falls and Yank- a n ( j|ton, S. I)., and the Minnesota towns l o t Marshall. Willmar, Granite Railroad train.!''*"*· a n d Montevideo. Parts of! DRIVE IN expected Masscy would ask him e.- shortage in both cities. , . _ n «!,,,,..,,-ii. v,. Lights were dimmed in some d " r - S v D - lo Minneapolis, be- Tuesday to form a government. unaMe to get across to the country the news that Fignole had gone by plane to Miami and New York. On his arrival with hi) wife in Floods, Hail and Tornado Strike Alpine Provinces MILAN, Italy Hi -- Flash floods, fist-sized hailstones and a tornado as'took at least 17 lives this weekend New York offices, elevator service was cut in some skyscrapers and some homes went briefly without power. Rockefeller center, a chief tourist attraction, went cause of rain-caused track d a m age, hit a washout and was derailed near Montevideo in western Minnesota. The injured were hospitalized at Montevideo. Three persons drowned Sunday Hays and Ellis, Kan., also were flooded. Streams swirled out of the banks and across low-lying on a night time "brownout" of dis-. play lighting and reduced elevator I n 'S h t n e a r Flandreau, S. D., when service. | their car plunged Into the Big in the Alpine sectors of four nations. Sixty or more persons were hospitalized with injuries. New York Saturday, Fignole said lie still considered himself a candidate "if free presidential elections are held In Haiti." They left Italy was hardest hit. Other na- behind them seven children rang-jtions affccted_were France, Switz- Damage in smashed homes, ruined crops and dead livestock ran to at least lio million dolars. ing in age from 1 to 13. erland and Germany. At the same time torrential rains flooded wide areas of Turkey, with at least three persons drowned and eight missing. The Alpine storm centered in Northern Italy's Piedmont and Lombard}'. The worst twisler ii Italian history razed two village: WASHINGTON on--Mrs. M a m i e ' a n d left a swath of ruined farms Eisenhower entered Walter Reed "It was like a great column o Army Hospital late Monday for a smoke w h i c h swirled upon us with lecond "head-to-toc" physical 1 a sound like a hundred bombers," check-up within four months. The! Whit* Howe called the visit "just! USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Mamie Eisenhower in Hospital for Routine Checkup HURRY! LAST DAY! So« I* 2 p.m. Open 1:00 T O M O R R O W ! 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P R E S E N T S remain byTechnicolor ALSTALMASIER-LUANAPAnEN-JEFFyORK TOMORROW! WAI.T IHSNr.i'S A N Y I i r i l C . I'.S.A

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