Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 14, 1962 · Page 3
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Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 14, 1962
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N.M. Woman Has 8'/2 Hour Heart Operation Thurs. DKXVER 'APi - Mrs. Isabel Rodriguez, 35, of Santa Fe. N'.M.' «as reported in good condition Thursday following an 84-hour operation in which an artificial valve was placed in her heart. The surgery was performed at National Jewish Hospital, where doctor, said the plastic valve will: provide normal circulation and give Mrs. Rodriguez a chance for » normal life. Before the operation, she was considered a near- invalid, doctors said. Her husband a « tdeplione company employe. HOLIDAY HELPERS Perfect for gifu or your own entertaining. Hallmark Beverage Enicmbleg include 16 nipkirn and coait- ·r» in a gift tox for "Evf rythlnj (or th Olflce" 130) Eighth Avcnut ·Mother Pleads {Insanity After ^Killing Children | COLORADO SPRINGS 'API »e?e on hand for the. Friday, Dw. 21. 1962 GREELEY H U B I N E Page 3 '^1 Kaiser Steel lit!) : Proposes New A demolition c:ew wer.t to work' \f ' C A I sir hammer and reniuu-d: ^0ISCT jtBCl i*:n:it tit- compar:;. aixl wuitars- '.·f .-r.jie ii; .c'.i !vj _·.:../:: .n co*'.- Tr.i.. v,'»,:d U- ;·:! .Lu-nli-.e !o V. cu.-ti ;:."d lu pn-n-./.e KaiHMi.ou* innocent and innocent by reasoned newJuaper*' pholo-raphs of rf insanity Thursday to charges; Indians and other mementos of murdering her three young i Bu , I ° -~ -· rj I children and placing their bodies apparently WASHINGTON 'AP-Present Kennedy recened a report'frum-TM 1 .-ted to he thi:t : o;:v-'.h::'d c: ii. separatewTiS idTM £* '»*?*· ^^ ^''^1 ST-^ """ " f · ' Dist Judge Hunter Hard- ^ r bottom of the:**' "· *' Co ""· ··*" a r«u!u-.,, Ibox. Embarrai-ed officials pulled t '°"'* r - v contrast w'ith the I'nited! 11 °|out only a handful of waterlogged ! teelwwker L'nion. ordered Mrs. Opal Beistle, 32, the State Hospital at Pueblo foi 30-day observation period. The case was continued until Jan. 11, when the court will hear |a report on Mrs. Beistle's sanity sp-. half the to taxes. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS is building a new addition to its original clubhouse at 2608 7th Ave. The south *ing of the new construction is shown in this picture. Scheduled for comple- tion in time for AA's annual Christmas party, the addition includes about 840 square feet of floor space. Tribune photo by Paul Kdscorn. Alcoholics Anonymous Puts Addition on its Clubhouse Alcoholics Anonymous at M06|lalion of hot water heating for 7lh Ave. is building a major new the entire building, will be $6.000. addition to its clubhouse. Work on tte addition go: underway Dec. 4 and is expected to 1* completed in lime for Ihe club's annual Christmas party. A spokesman for the organization said Thursday the new addition at the south and east corner of the building will include 840 square feet of floor space. The original clubhouse contained 1,440 square feet. Mxnbtri T, Mtkt Dmtlm Club members will pay for the addition through donation only. Arraneernents for i loan have already been made. Total cost of (lie addition M «*I1 as the instal- TOYS Our stock is huge - more than 40,000 from which to choose for Christmas giving! LAY IT AWAY NOW ·i Ritchey's Toy and Hobby Shop h SI. I'hont 352-5228 Across The Street From I'ennev's FREE! Clip thit Coupon: Good only Friday night D«c. 14, and Suturday. Dtc. 15. until 5:30 Open Friday Nii;h(s 911 Kith SI root Main entrance to the club building will be sealed off and the new entrance will be through a 10 by 16 foot cloak room at the front of the new addition. Also the new addition will include a large room for (lie Ala nons, wives of alcoholics, to meet. In addition there will be a boiler room and a recreation room. "Actually," the AA spokesman said s o m e w h a t humorously, "We're expanding to take care ol the increased growth expected in the city of Greeley." What he meant is that the incidence of alcoholism is about sev« en persons out of every 1.000. The more a town prow the bigger its alcoholic problem will gel, mem- wrs assert. AA B*n Htrt In W7 AA in Greeley was actual!) started in April of 1W7. Firs' meeting in the original clubhouse was held Sepl 28, 1951 When the new addition is completed the building and the prop erty will have a total worth ol about $25.000. Interior of the new addition will be in keeping with Ihe regular plain but pleasing surroundings AAers try to achieve. The walls will be plastered and painted a light, bright color. The floors will be covered with tile. The idea is not to be fancy, but to be comfortable and homey. SOY. Gets Report Dn Colo. Mental Health Program DENVER i.\P' - Gov Steve VcNichols said Thurs. he has received a report made by the Naiona! Institute of Mental Health on Colorado's mental care pro- set a trial date. The victims of the tragedy in the Beistle home at suburban;! Widefield last weekend were Don-i aid Jr., 7. Joy, 6, and Jill, 1. j The husband and father. Capt.' Donald Beistle. 34. of Ft. Carson.' returned hoir.e Saturday evening! and found his wife slashing her left wrist at the Kitchen sink. ' He restrained her, then found' Ihe children's bodies. Each had been strangled. Mrs. Beistle later told doctors that "voices" instructed her to take her children's lives. She was' treated at St. Francis Hospital i and released to make her appear-i ance in court Thursday. newspapers Officials said they would 1 papers dry out for a few days be . fore attempting to read what's on: , The innovation in labor-manage-! Hearing Aids-- ·t the'"TM relation5 reportedly would 1 Begin Pharnucy.-Adv. them Elmer D. 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"I think almost anybody would be generally pleased with the results." the governor said Time Capsule Opened, Soggy Contents Found MAXITOU SPRINGS IAP) _ I j Thursday was the day selected to unearth a time capsule buried SO vears ago beneath a stone marker at the eastern end of Ute Pass, iust west of Colorado Springs. Manitou Springs civic officials, television and newspaper camera- USE THE TRIBUNE WANT A05 men and reporters and officers of the El Paso County Pioneers As- SHUTTERS Intldt Hardwood WELLER LUMBER CO. Greelty -- Ault -- Galcton British Fear Long Guerrilla War in Borneo By JOHN T. WHEELER LABL'AX. North Borneo 'API- Brit ih troops pushed out from regained towns in Brunei and, northwest Sarawak Thurs. chasing j rebel bands seeking refuge in' dense junples and swamps. | Local British commanders were concerned that the rebels, whose strength still is unknown, would attempt to organize a long guerrilla war from swampland hideouts. 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