Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 8, 1961 · Page 7
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'Gov' Paddock Dies Tuesday in Boulder BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - A. A. : Bouldcr Tribune and in 1892 of ICov) Paddock, 74, publisher ofitlie Daily Camera. As a young- Hie Boulder Daily Camera, died stcr, Paddock went to work for his home Tuesday nighi following an illness of several months. H e - w a s active in civic affairs »nd a..much-honored alumnus o[ the'Uniyei'sily. nf Colorado. Early' in August, Paddock was hospitalized for two weeks because, of a blood clot in his leg. He was confined to his home since being released. Bwldtr Nativt the company, folding newspapers at a salary of Jl a week. , He lalcr carried a delivery route on horseback, was a janitor end reporter. When his father, Cot. L. C. Padtfocic, became ill in 1909, he began working fulltime in addition lo studies al Ihe university. He played varsily football al CU a ' an outstanding alumnus. Boul king-time C o la r a .d · governor earned him the nickname "Gov," became assistant city editor of the Camera, clly editor and then managing editor. When his father died in 1MO, he became editor and publisher. Paddock retired as editor in I960 but retained the publisher's position. He was a 'director of the Colorado Historical Society, vice-president of the Colorado Press Association and served on comrr.iltees of the Inland Daily Press Association. and the National Editorial Association. A native of Boulder, Paddock! leam - and later coached (he freshman was. The grandson of Valentincl Paddock, whose given names of Sigma,fraternity elecied him an Bulsch, founder of the weeklyAlva Adams in recognition of the The Little Theatre of the Rockies COLORADO STATE COLLEGE presents 'THE GLASS MENAGERIE" November 9, 10 and 11 8 p . m . Theatre in Frasier Hall ALL SEATS R E S E R V E D . Admission $1.50 Tickets on Sale Man., Nay. 6, through Sat, Nor. -11 The Akimnut University of Colorado awarded Paddock its Norlln Medal der's newest elemenlary school is named for him, and Beta Gamma honorary member. funeral arrangements are pending. Survivors include the widow, Annie Laure; a sister, Mrs. Charles [A.-. (Edna). Monroe ot .Boulder; hree 'sons, William L., Boulder attorney; John H,, manager of the Camera's commercial department, and Laurence T., editor of the Camera; nine grandchildren and wo step-grandchildren. Big Time WRESTLING Saturday, Nov. 18th . . . 8:30 p.m. Greeley Community Bldg, -MAIN EVENT-^ Dick, The Bruiser Ray Shire --TOP FLIGHT BOUT-Big Ed Sharp ' - . "-Vi. Dangerous Danny McShain GIRLS i- Irene Sale Vf, Theresa Th«tz '!· ··." ·' -.Generaf A d m i s s i o n 2.0 : :l :;sj-"'Re»erved 3.004.C Dick, The Bruiser _2.00 - 3.004.00 Advance Tickets at Superior Shoe Service ylrs. Laura Ryan Dies in Den vis r Mrs. ljura E. Hyan, 73, ol wrlh of Plalleville, secretary of iVeld County Health Association, died Monday afternoon at Belli srael Hospital'at Denver after a year's illness. She was born Sept. 25, 1888, at Cleveland, Ohio. She .-moved lo foil Lupton 42 years ago and has ived in the Fort Lupton and Plalleville areas since. Mrs. Ryan was a past president of the: northeast division of the Colorado Federation ot Women' "lubs. She also was a member of Les Beaux Arls ..Group and St. Peter's Catholic Church. Her hus- jand, Michael, died in 1953. Survivors include one SQn, Dr. Michael P. Ryan of Lakewood; a brother, C. K. Cooper of Warren, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Steen of Warren and t\rs. Nora Bullon of Weirsdale, Kla.; and light.-grandchildren.: -' Rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m., Thursday al the Chapel cf :he'.Angels al 7177 West Colfax, iakewood. A requiem mass will 3e;sung at 10 a.m., Friday from Si. Bernad*lle's/Catholic Crurch at .7240 .W. 12th Ave., LakewooJ with -interment at Mount Olivel Cemetery. Sports Notes \Ved;, Nov. 8, 1961' GREELEY TRIBUNE Page ^ ·LONDON (API-Terry Downes,, British' middleweight boxer who! shares the wurld title, and Anii-j 'gela Mortimer, Wimbledon worn"en's lawn tennis champion, Tues-j Southwest Conf. Has Been Graveyard for No. 1 Teams Daylight Hurt. Reds j (AP.) -- Daylight baseball really, hurt the Cincinnati. Reds during I % I. they wor 18. and lost 14 daytime games a home. In the World Series the} lost all three home games. At night at home they were 29-16. By HAROLD V. RATLIFF )-So Texas day were named Britain's sports- DALLAS. Tex. (AP)-- mnn and syort woman of thx-lls No. 1 in the nation, year. They were picked In a poll! Let mo tell you what -happened by Britain's sports writers. TROY, N.Y. ( A P ) - "It's back |lo the last Ihrco .Southwest Conference temns that got Hint hon- ot SMU. The following Saturday Texas beat Southern Methodist 23-20 and SMU lost three of its next four- games. Tire figure 1 was banned even from telephone numbers out . . . . , , , , .,. lo flic fundamentals for us, this week," said Coach K! Hoffman, .1 5 ' Tcxas AiM eight II happened over a period of IG.slraighl and Coach Bear Bryanl whose .Itowclaer Wcchnic' %°». ***, **««TM «"- ^ tM " C * nun -' SUrC ^ ^ "·" (oolball team lost its 17lli ulivc game Saturday. LOS ANGELES (API--The Los Angeles Angels niuiounccd Tuesday night they have signed catch- n,ling k,l he the team they rated the greatest in Southwest Conference history. It had the Rose Bowl bid in its hip pocket. It had won six gumcs er Del Rico and inlieldcr Rockyjin a row, averaging 38.3 poinls Bridges as coaches for Ihe 1902;p. r game. American League season. 0|| a du |, Novcm i, cl . (1av Bily . CSU Prepares For BYU Offense FORT COLLINS (AP) - Colorado Slate University football players worked against Brigham Young offense formations Tuesday in preparation for (heir con- which had taken a 48-0 licking from Texas AM, tied Texas The next week Hice beat Texas AM 7-0 and on Thanksgiving Day Texas licked the Aggies 9-7. Texas A i M wasn't even No. 20 after that. The Southwest · Conference has !eeome the graveyard for No. 1 tqams and Texas will undoubtedly be thinking about it pretty 7-7. The following week Tcxas s , ]y whcl) it |losts B |or Sat . Christian, which had already lost ur! '],, j(s c[(orts {o w i n its wo games, teat Texas 14-7. That:,,, h(h sll . oi ,, t knocked Texas No 1 i-aling into; BB ytor 'has a record much like - cocked hat and derailed lhcj ( h a l Bear Rose Howl express. In 1950 Southern reached the half-way mark uncle- of I941 It won three while losing three and Methodises being told it is (lie flop of the test at Provo, Utah, Saturday, jfcated nnd untied and averaging But it might like lo knock over sciison. LIL DOES .TWIST - Lillian Reis performs "the Twist" with Dan Buccerohi, former heavyweight fighter; in reopening of her Celebrity Room night club Nov. 1. Miss Reis' burglary trial last month ended in a,hung jury in Pottsville, Pa, She is free on $15.000 bail. No dale has been set for a new trial: The club're- upsned with a "roaring 20's" show. (AP Wircphoto) Conch Don commented: "The Cougars ITuffy) Mullison' 30 ' 8 P° ints P er K n m e - C o a c hianolher No. 1 team. Rusty Russell, when informed, . that SMU was No. 1 in the na- Form" Jockty T«l Atkinson wen- Adenauer To Confer V/ith JFK in Wash. AVASIITNGTON (AP) -- T.ie iVfiite. House announced Tuesday that ..West- German"[Chancellor 0nra'd Adenauer-will confer with President Kennedy in Washington dump truck in a constn Ofi ; Nov. :SO'and 21. on South Simla Fe coached team that runs the single wing offense. That could give us trouble as it will be the firsl time wo have met the single wing this year." Two first stringers missed the last two practice sessions. End John Nelson suffered an injured jknee in Saturday's game with tl)e Air Force Academy. He is not expected lo play against BYU. Center John Cook is botliered by a sore arm and shoulder hut is expected to get into Saturday's game. Quarterback Bill Beri'ingcr still is on the doubtEul list. He has lion, said "Oh shucks, we ain't is °nlj rider to win the , , that good," but he was just bc-: v ° s burgh Handicap three times, ing modest. won in 1344, 1945 and 1953. 3 Deaths Boost Road Toll to 395 DENVER (AP) - Blayne Elwood Barr, 39, of (132 N. Spruce) Grand Junction, died Tuesday ofjmissed the last two games be- injuries received'in an auto acci- cause 0 [ injuries, dent in September. A car driven by Barr crashed through a barricade and hit a istruclion area Boulevard Adenauer, reelccled · Tuesday as operating head of Ihe Wesl German government, will discuss problems of Berlin "and other TialterS/ijf; common Interest' wilh Kennesfe t)ie White House said. Kennjfly,' who invited Adenauer :o vjsif'him for the second time his year, sent the West German eader a message of congratula- :io,ns on retaining the helm of his government. : .·.' ;. The'i West, Germ'an-.Parliament confirmed Adenauer's hold on the office"' after 'Adenauer's Christian Democrats worked out a 'division (^.ministries with the Free Democratic party. southwest of Denver in Arapahoe! -oimly.al 5ia.mi.Sept. 27. is death.; jjjoosled. Colorado's iighway tbllJoY Ihe year to 305; nine moi'e Ih'a'n'on tiiis dale a year ago. Tw-o Denver-pedestrians diedj f r o h t in Monday night/ V.F.W. Annual Military Ball Saturday, Nov. 11 V.F.W. HALL 1.50 couple Admission: *i«*V person Emmett Horst and Orchestra Be sure and,wear your service uniform even if it doesn't fit ... Vernon Johnson Sentenced to Pen Houston Leading Offense in AFL DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Houston stepped up its offense and San Diego its defense in the American Football League last'week. D or open 6:30 NOW Ave. HOW A FIGHTING YOUNG A D V E N T U R E R EXCHANGES HIS SV/ORD FOR A CROSS AND BECOMES A CHAMPION OF LOY6 AND PEACE Cotouuto S BRADFORD DILLMAN · DOLORES- HART Accused Priest Killer Pleads nnocent Tues. WALDEN IAP) - Hex Hub- bind, 20, accused of strangling a Homan Catholic priest, -pleaded innocent Tuesday charge. lo a murder Houston moved farther out ense, running its av- jerage to 438 yards per game--20 rards more. The Oilers do mosl of Ihcir moving in Ihe air, show- ng 318 yards passing. San Diego, Ihe unbealen leader of the Western Division; is stingier lhan ever on defense. The lighlfisled Chargers have given up only 225 yards per outing, of which jusl 89 are on rusbing. San Die^o is in second place on offense, averaging 337 yards per game. _ , , , , , , , Houston ranks third i n defense, The body of Ihe Rev. John De- behind New Yo , k ne oj|c , s arc Avt, Doors open 6:30; Sat., and Sun. Open 1:00 STARTS TOMORROW Last Times Today '1 "FRANCIS-OF ASSISI" I Gyarmalhy, 72, was found in the; Irunk of his automobile aban- doncd near Walden Sept. 28. This [was eight days nftcr the Colora- disappenrcd. Hubbard, also of Springs, admitted he Colorado: stole the! BOULDER (AP)-Vcrnon Johnson, convicted of armed robbery shortly before a patrolman was do Springs shot and killed, was sentenced Tuesday lo serve 10 to 20 years in prison. « Dist. Judge Clifford Darrow of Glemvood Springs passed (he sen- letice after denying Johnson, a 35-year-old Denver man, a new trial. Defense attorney Isaac Mcll-| witn his leather bell, man of Denver'said he would ap- Dist. Judge Donald A. Carpen-' peal lo Ihe Colorado Supremeiter appointed Ralph Coyte lo de- Court, 'fend Hubbard and -said a trial A new bond of $10,000 was sedate will be set Nov. SO. Mean- for Johnson, presently in Boulder jWhile, Hubbard will be kepi in Counly Jail. An altempt will be the county jail at Fort Collins. He told outhoritics he found the allowing 300 yards per game, New York 285. National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago 6, Toronto 0 " o u t s t a n d i n g ; e n t e r t a i n ment priest's car Sept. 20 but abandoned it after finding Father De-; Gyarmathy's body hidden in the trunk. ' · The priest had been strangled priest's body when he stopped the flat lire near Harry Sez , . . CLIP COUPONS - SAVE! SAVE! Buy 4 "BIG BOY" DOUBLE DECK HAMBURGERS! GET ONE FREE! SAVE 25c on Delicious PUMPKIN PIE Week-End SPECIAL! ONE WHOLE 4 Kentucky Fried CHICKEN WORTH 25c Good for On« "BIG BOY" Double Deck HAMBURGER WORTH 25c with purchiae of 4 "BIG BOYS." made lo make bond, Mellman said. Johnson was convicled of armcd'car to change a robbery at Ihe Hideout Cafe aljHarlsel. (Lyons, Colo., Nov. 9, 1958. Patrol-! man Ray McMaster of Boulder; H u n t e r Shoots Horse was killed at a roadblock set up: .following Ihe Iwldup. " POUT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - Convicled of Ihe slaying. Revilo A man hunting near Esles Park md Vernon Sides of Denver have sn °l a norse carrying another been sentenced lo life, imprison-ihunter, the Larimer Counly sher- ment in Ihe Color.ido Pcnilen-liH' 8 ° ffice was ta\i Monday. jary, ' ' The horse was killed bul the rider escaped injury. The hunter, TL rM Cheers l w ' w sa ' t ' ^ e Ihought he was shoot- v.necrs ^ ^ m c] ^ agrce() to pay ^ 1?5 NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -! for Ihe loss of Ihe horse. The longest, if not Ihe best run| The l«-o men were not idenli- of the day, as Yale conquered fied. Brown 14-3 was turned in by the' · i i toward* purchase of one whole Kentucky Fried Chicken. 9 huge pltc** golden b r o w n Chicken . . . boxed to go! R e g u l a r $1.75 value. Only $1.50 with coupon. Ceup*n v»Id »ft«r Nov. 22,' HARRY'S DRIVIN £outh 8th Ave. 'WWVWVv% , . . towardi purchase of whale Pumpkin Pie. ReguUr $1.00 value... only 75c with coupon. A delfcloui homemade pumpkin pi b«xed "to go." No limit! Coupon void after Nov. 30. HARRY'S DRIVIN South 8th Art, HARRY'S DRIVIN South 8th Ave. losing football team's cheerleader who swiped a Yale megaphone. ROME -- The Italian government has aniwunced the nation's It was a 70-yard jaunt. He was industries will lake more active hauled d o w n by a pair of Yalc'part in world Irade fairs in the counlerparts. 'future. ANNUAL I.O.O.F. TRAP SHOOT ORCHARD/COLORADO Sat. and S««., November 11 and 12 DANCE-Saturday. Nov. 11 NEW IUNCK FLOOR. · , Mu.ic by ADOLPH LESSER STARTS TODAY! SPtNCEB TRACY. FRANK CINM Alto! Cartoon Hit, ".?pp IS.COM.PANY ?rom 1:15 -- Features at 1:20 Continuous 8:3*

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