Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 22, 1955 · Page 5
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lulbacks in Auio Boom' GRAND'JSL'AND; Neb.' wi ±- A check the Rev. .R.'-,R. Yelderman jaid was the biggest he.had ever received tram an : individual-".(or chbrch construction ; was sent io the First Christian C h u r c h . - h e r e - by Jliss America of ; 1956...'.. · '...-' '. i- the ; sen tier ·=was Sh'aron" Kay Ritchie, - a Grand Island, girl; how t «- 'college student in Denver. ' " ' T h e leller that~came with the check .Tuesday said: · . -.. .' /·'.'From the 'time - I " was just a. 1 little; girl,.4 vhaye^worshipped in thin very church,-and! it .was here that my Christian principles \yere 'molded. ' · · . ' . · ' ' i ·'· ·' "I *m so gratful that other peo- ple"»a'w fit 'to'" support "this'church' so that liUJe .girls like 'me "could learn about Jesus; N o w - I want':to o f f e r ' m y . contribution to be .used for.th'e building of. the new church, where more and more young-pe6- ple' r can le^rn-aboul.-Christ.'.' · " Th'e pastor, dkl not reveal the amnict'df.Miss Ritchie's check. White Top'Cooler.. . FLINT, Mich--" Experiments "by automobile 'body engineers " h a v e shown that when, a w t hite-tpp -car is parked in the sun next lo a blacktop car, the former, remains 15 de : grees cq'oteV inside. Largest Boiler · · - NEWr-YORK--'The world's largest steani boiler, when installed'by a New York "utility, will use 2,500 tons olcoal daily, or" enough to hea 2.000 average-size i homes, for a year. ' - . . - - Governoir Puts . , - lutomobile'prodiictiori will have 'no iffc'ct -on .the ; .booming ;6lpel. mar- icl, Iron -Age',, national Dielalwork- ng weekly, said" Ycdnesd.ay.. The. auto 'producers may, be puling away -from'- highjcost'^conver- siori Tleals but . they ,.'are' pressing he 1 ' mills for. more steel. tonnage at- regular 'prices,- it ; added.. 'The weekly "report Ml 'as^ 'follows':' '"''·" The auto industry 'will buy 'steel leayily. in 1956! - I f .'sales ' of 'the .956 models don't go well the com- anies will ; shut down · early on lliese models to push the 1957 models. ;-,:,-. . - , - : · -· ;-, ··-...·· .. Meanwhile, the "intense 'demand for sleelhas reached such a. point .hat _for; the-,first time since -.the Korean conflict a warning has.been sent out'-by .one: large steelmaker, against' channeling any. of jls stocks into gray market outlets. Any steel- buyer · caught selling-to "unorthodox" buyers, faces ^cancellation. of liis orders ; remaining -'on :'tlie ' steel company's books'. " ' " · ' · '"' , Wliilc steel. mills are producing at a record pace 'and. are eslab- lishing'a record year. for steel output, there will be/a, slight letdown during'-' the..'CKrislina5".and New Year holidays. 'This . will 'tend to increase order, .backlogs '. and lengthen . deliveries, .in ,the_. first qu'arte'r'of.lSSS. ' . . , . . . , ..... Some foreign steel, is', entering the. United -States at . fancy delivered -prices. 1 Volume-is- not high in Legislature White». Christmas; at ;jGrfeeleyi High - - · · · : " · · ' " · - · ' ' -- - V - - J : - f c - ' - ; v ? 3 - : i - : - · · * ' , · : · ! , '.·;*;.;·- - . -....??-. · | Thursday, Dec. 22, 1955 . GREELEV TRIBUNE 'DLNVfcR 52-ycar-ol9 ' _ - Raymond F x »rr ^ Sugar Cit was appointed by Gov John son Wednesday to.be;a-tate;rer'. rescntatiye · ' f r o m i * Crowlcy ', and Otero' .cGtinties. ' The. governor acted under'a^law giving him power to^ appoint per stms to /fill 'legislative"; vacancies if the vacancy iCpmmillee'-, in.. the district fails to f agree - j FnrrV will .succeed the late* Paul Williams'of 1 .Ordway^'alsp «. Democrat · The; new' representative. is ; the son of -'the'- l_ate .Harry '.Farr, who died 16 -years, ,ago,;wjiilc a*. representative from' - t h e same, district. The 1 appointment -brings" the-Lcg- islalure up 1 to 'iEs full strength ol 100 members two weeks : before opening of the 1956 session. The change was the sixth since the Legislature- adjourned i n - April, because' foreign , ,3ve lillle , steel lo spare. . But .some export brokers are booked into' the. second quarler oh plale, sheet and~struc'- tural .'steel. . . . . . .. - AEG Will Adopt Bids lor Leases WASHINGTON (fl-The Atomic Energy .Commission 'said Wednes day 'it will ''adopt a 'competitive bidding system for lea'sing urani- " ' India'is Tobacco^' . V.-/ :NEW DELHI --'India.'exported 74 J 000,OiX) povuids , of ..nonmant!- factured tobac'cp ' during · 'fiscal 1955,' an .jncrases of 4 : "per cent over the' previous .year.- \' · "·· TV SERVICE 'CAI;LS ALL 'MAKE* - :, DAY OR NIGHT ;Ph. 4158 ; ; .- pur- Tut»d*y Gr*«Tty hiflh h«td iti annual White Chrlitrnii cakbritton .spfl#isor«xt by th* Girli' Association of th* high 'icKool.'- The Whit* ChrUtmai is an aittmbly wharc'all th« high school studinft bring gift* suit*bl* for rh* m»n at thi gbvarnnitfit hotpitils HI th« araa and .plact nH«m on Hi* long tabk (n th« front of ttt* In Uniform . TK» B !rli b«- hind th* tabb'ara alt GA' o^iciaisVnd '««; ItfTfo' .rTgM, : Jaan*tta K*li*y, LuRon BroYrn, ; MaryvAmt Sftliman^ Nma Amferion^Danna Maion, Btth Ol* sin, Roiaija'Kurti/ hS« ! pr«sid«nf of-th* organize,* ti*n, Dorothy'Blcklirig, Susann* H*uV,,Bteky Bar*** b*r, Garrla F«lind/and Mary Carr.--Tribuno photo . by Jtrry Ktstanich. " " ' - - - , " · . . ^ .' \ - · Radio and Television Pli; 415*;. · ' . ' .625 8th: AT* 'Radio Repair ana TV Rental* x Member .of Rocky Mountain Radio and' Television ' Technlclina, Inc. '. _ _ _ ... : .* Vour Home Planting Headquarters , ·" 1817 : 9tK Street' : - : · ''.'··'""'..'.' ' . ' P h o n e 3615 um" dcpo'sils on .lands under its control. The Ipnds .'.include -those chased by Ihe Manhattan District-- wartime developer, of .the atq'mic ^bdmb 7- and s'ubseq'uinllj' transferred t o ' t h e AEC/',and : also public'lands withdrawn" from'.min- eral-lleveldpmenl'at tlic" request 'of AEG'" '. .' .;..v .'·_ · ;..' - ' · " . . · ' , ' , ' ' · .The cg'mmission r said,' 1 .hpwever,' it; does not .expect extensive leasing" -of the ' : lands because o't-' the hieli rate of ore pro'tiuction oh privately. owned properties.-. H- said the · deposits. ''on its' lands Vrbuld be . considered as : a; reserve to .be drawn^ upon," as reciuire'd. ' . :... C6mn"etitiv»:.l.biddtoE ^ : f 0'ti.lfce. leases -Will- 'replace - the;..nreseht meth()d.-bt.selecting.leasees on Ihe bzsisiof^qualifi cations. l_)j\clu r dinK mining experience/, and 1 financial status.- - '- -·:.'...".',' .;. .-'/...:,' ' The AEC announcement said the leases will 'be "awarded, to an acceptable bidder dtfering. the highest .."cash bonus 1 -by -"sealed- ':bid. Oilier conditions ^ siich'as royally rate.'and work .requirements -- will be;mitlinef in'Vd ;inyita(i6ns. · ' ' Iii ! some circurnstarices, " AEC said.i leases will i be negotiated rather thnh '. offered, for co'mpeti- live'-'bidding. This'^quld- be: done il said, when negotiatio'n.'i's prefer able ".in the- best- interests ; of the government/ ,,-..', . ^.., .;..'/ .".^-». ; · The "leasing 'sysiem--'will; be ;'put blip ,:effect afteV_. detailed'"' pro : cediires arc worked put, the "commission added. . ' .'", .^-/"^ Down Any Strong Personality .,' Remak^M. K.Uty, .bov«, AN, .who it *tttndirg n«v«i ;aviatlont · [·ctronict "tcchnTctan school it MamphTs, T*nn.; it .horn* oni : 17 d*y Chrlitmn I arrjvad -by auto Sahirday Jo viiit his par-.. ·nt*, Mr.| and 'Mrs. Donald. K«1-j say .of 402 Twan1y»third avanu*. . Kalsty 'rnllstad }n th* nivy . Jan. 13. H* took boot training at Great". Lakes and was graduated March 25, He then-was sent to Norman, pkiar,;ior'-AN;(P) school 'for months. Junc-5, Kclsey -By CARL HARTMAN ' For Hal Boyla k -- Ever since Napd- Icpn, the French" politician has been worried when he saw a strong personality emerging. The impulse o£ the French legislator is to slap down- a n y ; r i s i n g -star, whd-seems to" be gelling .a 'majority 'of the country behind him. .That is .one reason . cabinets, change' so ; frequently.- . . . . - v : f .: "It's about .lime - we got rid-of him," the National Assembly says about .a premier--:usually after six months. J -"He may be getting lo think he's ·somebody 1 .'. · . "· - Now Premier Kdgar Faure -running for" reflection -- ' I n s i s t s something : h a s - t o be done alxnit the : twb-ca bine ts ; a-y c a r ' system. .' "H makes-a spectacle of us* before the world," he says. ' A number · of 'political 'leaders agree with the idea h'e~is pushing, that the cabinet-should be kepi in office at l(iast : two years; They differ wilh him on some otljer'issites. · Faure'.himself looks; ami ,'prob ably.is, aboul-'lhe ]sst r po!it:cian in IhV'wbrld to become a Small, wilh. a high domed fore- Tribune'for. more, thtn' fiye.'years. : 'His-address ts Jlonald M, Keb:ey, AN 3740368, AT(A) ! -Schqbl, BKS.S- 238,'.W-a; . NATTC,'. Mernphls 15; Jlovie'Sat?.AyaiIable . SEOUL, ifl: -x You now; can get. a scat in a-Korcan movieVth'eJiJer; lilhcrto'an almost unheard of staff of ^affairs. Formerly "there : were howlin;;, squalling, shoving,-, tugging crowds, with-air-seals .taken whpn you got in'side. ' "^'" -'".."' ' The trouble was (healer managers: 1. · Soldi 'far';-'more,' tickets thaTi they ha'd seals.* 2. Paid their, bilis with free passes.'3. ; Issued passes to politicians and all their relatives. ·' . -. 'Ee'cchlly,' : President ' : Syngm»h Hhee told'a nowsp'iper he'thought managers should slop 1, 2 and 3 instantly., , ri . ·.'. ... ·) . . -,-. Police took.'the'hint. They ih'ow- : ed up at all 'theaters (o'.'seo that managers slopped item 1. 'And'they confiscated passes !;s fast as they were presented, .;'-' (Contjnued'from Pa^e ]) senator. 1 .or 1 'geek a 'sixth-term goVernoTV- 1 : . . - '. ?·.*···': . .The-. 60-year-old '.^wonder.'' : boy' of'-'Ohiq .-politics -- no-other -gov- ernor'h'as'served more'-than three terms' in'' the 7 'stale -- told news men. Jri nlRking . the " announce men!:' . . : - .... ",. · "Don't, ask' n i e ' a n y questions. There,.is your. : statement'.' This is all"-'I'm'going·'toi say." · Lausche's Pre-Christmas Clearance lorthe Senate ng'to say.' announcerhenl indicated.'a' strong possibility; of. a bat- ile'.wlth ; Republican'.Seri.; George a.'- Bender 'of 'Ohio in^neit" November's general election. ,.. ( / · Bender evidently. Ihoii'ght "· so! 3n Washington, .where he. was. giving a Christmas . party, ' the · senafi told'newsmen: ' "There's nothing I love beller than a good light." Keporlers asked .Bender,' whi recently announced for reelection if he · Ihought,':.he'' Jc'ould bea Lausche in a senatorial conlest '-.('I'm Ihe senator,V replied Ben der. '"Can 1 he. beat me':.".... ^Last week iaii'sche announced he will he an Ohio ''favorite son 1 candidate for president at Ihi Democratic nationar cohventioi next August. : ·-. . : ·". ·" · .'Sen. "Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn) a full-fledged candidate for-.th Democratic presidential nomina lion, laid Laiische would be jtrong Candidate for any office ; "1 hope, that we add another voice on the Democratic side of the (Senate) aisle t h r o u g h / h i s 'election'," Kefauver added. . Lausche has'indicated He-would n o t i ' i u r n : down 'nominations-'for president,'or- vice, president . if drilled,- And some'Southern Democratic l e a d e r s have ..called ..ausche/an excellent prospect for national;'nomination in event of convention deadlock. can get it--in a gymnasium He. specializes" in compromises .necessary talent', in - French pp itical life--there are so many par ies that.all cabinets: must;be co alitions of 'differing groups. But'h might find liimselt in-a position I push' fairly uncompromising pol cies ^if--as' he r obviously hopes--h gets '«'-chance to ; -k.eepMhe".job. ^ .That depends on the strength'h righl-df-center. 'coalition can sho in "the'Jan.'2 elections.' .- · ·'· - -Much less -"of a compromiser his chief rival for leadership, la rner · Premier:: Pie'rre'-'.^tentle Kranc'e,. who heads', a'lefl-of-cenf group. :Mendes-France ris ithe kin of candidate who:goes into his 6w district and" argues his 1 case again home ' tlislillingi of 'alcoKol" H'efor aiidiences 'of ·'.Normandy farmer wh b . s ca rcely. t'a ke a · cup" of - c p fee without-adding a - t o t of Ihe: own applejack. ... .. , . : -. ; t ~ : , About the only concessioii' h makes is to refrain from drinkin milk' at .his ^eetlngs; Mendes France, thinks ' the big alcohol in terests · played, a -.major . part i busting him .as premier lsl Feb ruary. .. '. ' : N ' " \." : ( . ' . " · V U.'vould'take, a good deal. im'asinalion to see.Foreign Mini ter Antoine Pinay as a ttrongman He 1 is a soft-spoken but strong minded businessman who wear his Hoiinburg like Charlie Ktigglc used to in the movies. Pinay wa popular with conservative Frcnc men during his spell as premie There was some iloubt of h ability to cope with foreign affai when-Faure; appointed him mini t e r . b u t ; h e went after the job wi thorbughness' and tenacity and be c a m e Fr.urc's'right hand man. ; Tinay and. his friends of .the Co servatiye Independent group are a lied with Faure in this, campalg .. The most colorful, and to som Frenchmen the -most^ worrisom figure in the c u r r e n t ' 'a rabble-rousing, small-town boo seller from the poor regions of ce Iral France. Pierre Pouja doesn't seek a seat himself, 'a when yot(hcar Ihe names he ca Ihie rriernhers of, the outgoing N liorial -~'Assembly, it's",'not; J s prising. "Pirates," "smallli Discount* Apply Only, To M«rch»iMJi»« Now On TlW Floor PhoiM 456 cats, 1 ,' ."rotters 1 Inlable ones. 1 arc soinc-of the ['o ronglh gels - . most - o f his fronv small shopkecpors . - . - , , . Stcinmetz.'.Sha'rpr.,SioU ' - 10 he snys are being pushed to e wall by tax collectors.- ' ··· Pou'jade's opponents c.ill him 'a iscisV a L charge he disputes by owing that ' H e 1 served in the rench underground a r m y - against e -Nails.-' " '· ' - · · t Though his parties will probably t. 1 no · more " t h a n "a" dozen schls · -so in -'the 627-scat-Nalional" As- imhly, he may draw enough voles ^as, Christmas'; Party .: v ; ,:. Al JtowjWilwer 1 Homier Crow.Cr«k-4-H ciub held -Us annual .Christmas party Mo r da ' eve- n]ng at the' Stow ,L,'--Wllwor.' home on the-SLW ranch. A-,.'.- j ; ' . |. ; i: : After a - bu'fct 1 .dinner,- medals \ycre -awarded to, .the . glrls i( .whd played A. the :Softball team .'and wcre'runnerur:..h.the Weld county 4;H.league..M .'.:::: : ' -.1. - . ' j.The.mcmbors all .received their achievement. certificate. P i n s \verc awarded to the, - i tjs t-year members.and pencils to Ihe '{-'.· year liicrribcrs;. - '": - ; ' i .-- , .. .. . A short movie program.was giv-. en·_ by.. ilark · Goold,..Weld /county 4-H- agent.. H e - i a n d /Mrs. ..Goold were among the special guests. ; ," An alumni .of.'4-H nt'ending was Stow L. Witwcr.,:Jr.;. who.- is. home from Occidcnlal, College in Los Angeles,.where ho is a sophomore. Julio Witwcr, .a mcmbu. this year and a . f r e s h m n n . a t Occidental College, also was present. · Mrs.. Dean Dcamarce, wife of Uii Crow Creek .athletic; coach,. also was aispccial "guesl, -along .with her daughter, Linda, and son, Dale. ". Qlubs" 'mprn?-crs' present were: · Billy Peterson, Ca.-ol Ann Peter son, , Larry.. .Peterson, Richard crsui'i, Ka'rold . Pelerr · .Allen Salser, Margaret Steinmclz," Kcnl K i n g s b u r y , Sharon nilka; Maureen nufticld, Dixie Lee Howard, Doug las -Howard, lr- ' Salser, Irene Elaine · Fahrcnbruch! lit]tf, C*- s j meUce,""-.Nick -. GleslckV^W i 1 b fjc.'·.' Him'.', Lowell -Bctttng'er,' .Toinmy/. 1 ' Kiy," Karen jleycr, "J -..les'j Odle; .' Belly. iFelersv, r : Lindi i BiUihgi, : ' v'orma. Bray,.Nab'cy ilerb'il,.'LJirry ^offneri-,:Paula ; "Joffner,- , Bray.'and Donna. Kird.: T ... ; ,.".3 ·[,.-:· Christmas carols were.u'ng fol-. ·- QWing |he movies... - , ' . j j,vj..; . ;·, other, districts.- to-'change sults' : significanlly.' ' the ppoinled Gilsonite That's'Hay'iV:'/. '''.,,·· ''V,vV ' ; - ··".':.' = . v .v-HfV:'" J -'4V'J'-^ : ^- ·'·' DES MOINES OR--Sormany^viii- ; ^ lors : :-to the Veterans-, auditorium,.-. · which can scat 15,000 spectators for"" ii£h school^baskctbalJ .champion*' !hlp. finala, say:' \'I'll bet'thiVbuild-.- ng would sure .hold a-lot_of hay?," .; that' Manager. Horace Strong de-j, ddcd to ..do .something about it j , ... He figured ihe^hay-holding et-, . pacily two'ways: - ' \ . - v f V . ?/:i -., -The'answers:: Loose h ay ,' v "17,440 , ions ; r baled, hay ,'58j4SQ .ions. . GliFT -'-... WRAP'S^;;.; 220 ft. of Tibbon : ln:: . dispenser-for Sl.~. Assorted colors. , . . 820TeniH.St. SALT LAKE CITY .'wi,--^. .Tlw merican Gilsqnite Co. announced 'etlnesday appointment of Leo P. orris a s - m a n a g e r of operations. is headquarters will be in.Grand .incjion.,_Cotn. ,. .J: _..ji__:. Morris is a former superintend-, nt of the local.._re_finery : . of Salt* ake.JRefining .C6T7 a subsidiary of ' a n d a r d - O i l of California'. American ,Gilsonite_ is building 33 million , dollar:, coke-refiner roject near Grand Junction and lorris will supervise tha(- p!anl ( well as direct pipeline Lfans- portatipn of .gilspnite and mining activities at Bonanza, His Appointment was announced y\K. E. NeUon, general manager of production.' 1 \ . .'. Soil' 'erosion. 1 has/MorcedV'U.";-! farmers lo 'abandon 'over.' 23. m! lion acres of crop land. Average loss -is -500,000. 'acres' a -yca'r. : -·· give fun for CHRISTMAS to good golf! For th* goller on you/ lilt, sjiv* faroui ^aGr*gor Hilond.r Golf. Bolfi and uniqy* Cctor Magic" "£colly" aih Irayi . . . a WotGr*gor,ixtluiiv*, H'i (he MOI! ·itiljng glFl.iel'of I fit tiaio/i, tun 1o. b» oppf*tiol*d, £v«n Hit. ccrfon _r'ingi a oyii icrly. \ 12 H;io*Jmorvd - ' : ." " · '-* Color Magic aih liayi. .-.only 513.9J 6 Hilondc'ii and 2 ctk Irayi o.ily $ ^.95 IF d«fi/id, Hifantfe/twi!! bi pcnonalijecf .wilh play'ir's ea,~ie,' wltJiO'Jl chaigt [i* quanliHiti of 1 2 golf bat?t or nsre), JONES THE CO. SPORTING GOODS 922 8th"Ave". Ph. 6M Rugged Thief M A D I S O N , - V f l s l . W -- Madison police.: are looking for-.» burglar who is very rugged orelse has » broken leg. ; · . v A i thief entered » Madison grocery store in t h e nighttime through » high window »nd then dropped 16 f e e t ' d p w n ' a clafrwell. When he hit, he broke oil a bottom stair. But the burglar still-was in good- enough shap« 'to- maVe. off through another window with" $189 in cash. - - _ · ; . "' - -:-' '· '. Von Dirk*en Dies *(-^ ".··-^-: ; ' . .^MUNICH/ Germany UV-Herb«rt ypn : Dirltsen,- 83, retired Gerhitn diplomat who served as ambassador .to Moscow, Tokyo and London before'fforld War, II; 'dl«iJ.:In,» hospital Monday night of pneu'rao- nia, -, · ..... - . . · · ' · · · We Have The Mosi Complete Line of WELL SUPPLIES In Northern Colorado Pumps, Pipe and fittings Lei Us Fipra Yoir System OLIVER WELL WORKS, INC. 603 8th St. , . ' · ; '--·/·' ' 'Phoiie'849 , ' . ESTABLISHED IN 1908 v '"'::' Full .Selection; All Sizes . · - . Christmas Candy Four . Kinds "_ ' IB. 29c Hard Rock Candy 25c Filled Candies 100 filled.: . lb. 39c -^29 OtUer Vfi'tieiies io'Chobse From;'SPEeiAl7: PRICES FOil CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS: 51 M»-'-- --| i^ «1 -- »=^-^ Mixed Nuts Arkansas Black Walnuts n25c Winesap Apples Fancy 4.85 ,'Fancy:,' A Bu.',fli Delicious Apples Jonathans Chance! ,, Bu. 2.49 Potatoes i/Rcda'i. Yellow or Grapefruit 201.49 Bananas Golden Ripe _ lb. 15c Parsnips, Carrots, Turnips i 5c Lettuce lb. 15c Cucumbers lb. 15c 'Celery 17c Radishes and Onions Cabbage ·lb'/'' California Oranges Sunkist --} 16c Potatoes u Burbanks or Reds, S.' No. 1 . 10, 35c Pineapplei Juice t)e\ Monle ^-46 oz. 29c Tomatoes Extra Fancy U. S. No..l i._ lb. ..t Cranberries __ lb.. 19c Cranberry Sauce Spray/ 15c Flour Colorado ; Champion i_ 100 6.79 Sugar 10 Brown and Powdered Sugar ,, lOc STOL1/S Fruits - Vegetables - Groceries North l l t h Avenue Op«n''Severi Days' A 8':30. a.m. 'to.8':l0,P.M;

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