Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 21, 1955 · Page 10
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Page 10 GRKELEY.TRIBUNE Wednesday, Deo. 21, 1955 Warm Weather Crooks .ANNAPOLIS, Md. Lfl future,, when an Anne In the Arundcl 'county policeman wants a weekend 'off, he may pray for cold woalhcr. Police in this populous area south cf Baltimore generally keep busy in the warm, gentle climate of southern Maryland. One weekend, for- instance, was like s u m m e r in parts farther north. Twenty burglaries were reported. ;The county had its first real iecjld snap the next weekend, Total Burglaries: zero. Psychialrisls for. Graham May Also Be Called by Stale For Christmas and that person who has everything . . . Give Glasses! Make it Sunglasses or that fabulous exclusive frame the woman in your life has always wanted. Choose now at HAEFEL.I and HAEFELI * Pronounced OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS Phone 4050 SlIVi 8th St. Midyear Education Conference at CSCE To Be Held Jan. 27-2! DKNVEH tfl - Disl. Judge Ed ward J. Keating ruled Tuesday that psychiatrists appointed by the court to examine accused murderer John Gilbert 'Graham may be called both as defense and prose culion witnesses in GrahanVs forth coming trial. The ruling was a technical dc feal for three Imsyers appointee to defend Graham, 23. He has pleaded innocent and in nocent by reason of insanity to charges he murdered his mother Mrs. Daisie E, King, 54. She was one of 44 persons who perished in Ihc bombing-crash oC a United Air j Lines plane Nov. I, Judge Keating," who ruled on pending defense motions, .also: 1. Sustained'his earlier rejection of'defciise attempts to change Graham's pica to innocent by reason of insanity before and after the alleged commission of the crime. The rejection was based on revised Colorado law which provides only tor a pica of innocent by reason of insanity at "the tjme of commission of an alleged crime. 2. Deferred until Dec. 28 a defense request that no change of judge be made in the case. Judge Keating Is to move to the civil division of the court Jan. 11.under t a recently approved rotation plan. I.Judge Joseph M. McDonald has been assigned to sit on the Graham ease. 3.' Approved The 28th annual Mid-Year Education conference, sponsored by Colorado "State College of Education, will te held Jan. 27, 28. At the same lime the Northern Colorado Association of Secondary School Administrators will meet on the campus at Greeley for morning and afternoon -sessions Friday Saturday's program designed " primarily for school board" hers, superintendents a. id assistants. * Associated Students of Colorado State College of Education arc in viting juniors and seniors in high school and all members of Future Teachers of America to the campus during the conference so that they According to the suit, the Bert-1 ilmes" · to get off the land «nd ·ochs have refused' "numerous|remove their buildings. A'motion for a temporary in-|as scheduled for. bearing ID Den- junction a g a i n s t ' · t h e Bertrochs| ver Federal Court Jan. IT.^ . ^ a defense. request Hint a copy nf Graham's alleged confession, made to FBI agents, be available to the psychiatrists examining IKu defendant at Colorado Psychopathic Hospital. One of Graham's defense staff, John J. Gibbons, said a copy already has been given lo the psychiatrists. Dist. Ally. Bert Keating, no- relative of the judge, approved the move so long as the confession, not be given to Graham's lawyers. " T h e Bataks of Sumatra "b as e much of their economy on the palm tree. They make thatch from Us fibers, liquor and sugar IronY Us" juice, brooms -from its stems -and ax handles from its branches. HAVE A CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR give a gSYfeL* portable in color! have .opportunity visit FLAHIhSO fJhK IUHJCAH YE WV£ WAIT · CHARCOAL GU HUE · NMIUffOT CREEH " students prefer Royal... surveys show that more students want than the nest 4 makes combined! classes, confer with faculty members, observe the Mid-Year conference programs and sec o special presentation of a student talent show, originally given as a Homecoming event this year. Friday morning sessions, Jan. 27, will offer discussions, conferences and displays for teachers. The morning sections include olenent- ary school science, arithmetic and- physical education, observation ot secondary school a n d college classes, arts and crafts, music leaching techniques and materials, tours of tlic special education school, children's literature sec- lion and an instructional materials exhibit. ' . - Friday.noon there will ?· i a general luncheon, n luncheon for business education' teachers and a luncheon for the secondary" school" principals- Friday * aft§rnoon there .will be solo and 1 small ensemble pre- f estiva 1 music .clinics," the alent ind variety show, more tours of lie special - education school, a jancl .on supervision of student, .each, ing, "a business - education iroblems clinic, more showings of he'instructional materials exhibit. ..Robert Turi.er, principal of the Sterling high school, will be director of the conference of secondary school.principals at vhieh Dr. Leo Slack of Ihe State Department of Education "will lead the panel discussion oni. the services provided secondary education 'hy the state department of education. Saturday morning, Jan. M, school board members and administrators will attend a general session at which, the topic will be The Rc- sensibilities and Functions of School Board Members. At .ntxm Saturday school bgard member's and administrators will be guests of the Grcclcy,Chamber of Commerce at luncheon where James T. Kclvn, principal, _ Storey'Juniur h'igh school/Denver, who also is -vice-cfialrmnn o r the Colorado Education Association legislative committee, will be the speaker. .Recently, ho received the annual 1 award given by the Colorado Education Association for outstanding contribution to education. Car Hits Trailer as Family Sleeps MAGNA, Utah Wl -- Earl Johnson was awakened Tuesday by a sudden lurch' of the trailer house in which he was sleeping. A coal stove toppled on him and his face and arms were burned. Dcpulj Sheriff W. A. SJicppick said a car driven by William ^Y. Christian, 18, of Garficld, smashed into Johnson's trailer after going out of control on a highway curve. 'I didn't know what hit me," Johnson said. "I ^s'as asleep at the lima and the next thing 1 knew the stove was on top of me," Shcppiek said Ihe impact shoved the trailer 18 feet. Young Christian was cut above the right eye but was not hurt seriously. Sheppick said Christian's car was almost embedded in one. end of tlio* trailer. Johnson was sleeping in the opposite end.- The officer said the car smashed through a wooden sign board after leaving the highway, before it struck the trailer. Damage was not estimated immediately. Slippeiy Move ' BOZEMANV Mont. Ul .-- WHen the Bozeman Daily Chronicle started its move l o " new quarters,' heavy snow threatened lo stall the transfer of bulky linotypes and oilier equipment.' But publisher : 'G..^Nicholas lift 111 says (he snow';was a blessing in disguise, The linotypes were loaded on broad wooden runners and sledded easily and quickly to the new building. - . Federal Government Files. Ouster Action D B N V E R (lie federal gov- ernmenl filed suit Tuesday against hurward and Mae Bertroch, Eagle county couple, .'Charging they occupy ranch land .'owned by the government and refuse to get off. The suit asks the U. S. District Court for an injunction to remove .he Bertrochs from the land and 'or §422.59 iu damages and government expenses. · The Bertrochs are Accused of occupying Uic federal land illegally since March 5, 1952. The complaint said the couple lins elected "a' honied finclo.iitfes and : other structures" without permission. SALE STARTS 4:00 P.M. DECEMBER 21st SUN'S 1015 9th Avenue ^^ · · · . . i : ' . . . · ; . , · ' Toy Department--Lower Floor Shop every, night 'til 8:30 p.m. , Li-i-^.ijii jjBjsMWsws LATE SHOPPERS! . . SUNBEAM FRYPANS are in BIG CHRISTMAS DEMAND AND WE'VE GOT 'EM! Fountain Hires Marshal To Chqck Juvenile Crime FOUNTAIN Lfl -- Appointment of a fulUime marshal to help curb juvenile delinquency" here appeared likely Tuesday as a result of a meeting Monday night of lown and school officials. The session was .called by Deputy Sheriff Bruce Perry, who said fterwards the group svas roccp- ive lo suggestions and "very co- iperative/ 1 . ' Perry said the officials agreed a fulltime day marshal was needed work with schools in curbing truancy. - . The deputy said thai in every case of juvenile "delinquency investigated by the sheriff's office, Ihe youth involved had been skipping school regularly. You simply set the diil and you gel C O N T R O L L E D H E A T / o r p c r f f C t cooking and f r y - ing reiulti. Avail- a b l e in 3 I I Z M " Ojsan Tonight * 9th St. at OFFEN HARDWARE "» *-. "Never a Parking Problem" We Give %*£ Green Stamps Official Photographer of Colorado U Dies DENVER (fl-Krnest E.'Draper, 59, officiil photographer ol the University of Colorado .at Boulder, died at Colorado General Hospital Tuesday, presumably ..from injuries suffered in an automobile accident' Sunday. . : The Highway Patrol' a\yailcci (imliiiKs o( an .autopsy,here later Tuesday before listing cause of death. The. patrol said it was possible Draper died ot a heart attack.. Draper's car and one driven by Scott Dumas, 57, of Denver collided on the Vnlley Highway here at Zuni St. Sunday morning.- Draper's son, James 22, suffered a dislocated vertebra and his daughter, Nancy, 17, suffered a possible broken back. Both were reported in good condition Tuesday in a,Boulder hospital. Other members of 'Draper's., family escaped injury. TV SERVICE CALLS A L L M A K E S DAY OR NIGHT Ph. 4158 Century Radio and Television Ph. 415* 025 Slh ATC. Radio Repair ind TV Rental* Member of RocVy Mountain Radio ind Television Technician^ Inc. ------.^--m^ · ., ' . ' . · · : - ;· · ' · . : : , · ' I t The Brightest Star \ of the f Christmas Season While Shirts . . , 3.95, 5,00 and 8.95 Colored Shirts .3,95, 4.50 and 7,50 French Cuff or Regular ; .. : ' Several Collar Style* To Choose From Open Evenings ·'Til 8:30 ;, Until Christmas Eve * Half Block West Of The Post Office At 813 llth $t ^ v

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