Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 23, 1955 · Page 7
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In;. »0 ;·(!. 'car- . ly THI ASSOCIATED PRISS i. Fre-Chrlstmi'v fuj» «ntl cxplo- · ions iUled at lent-10''persons,and injured ^many a Th.ufsday.5 · . .'., : '..'Property. 'damageiTan"' into hundreds of tiouiands;bf-'dollari '. An ashtray^ dumped - into a ton containing Christmas wrappings started : a Brooklyn hoiise.fire that took the lives of'two women and two children. -, ' , ; - . ' · ; The ae^yeaij^^Wayside'Innfft pudbu'ry, Mass., immortalised by Henry . ¥ads'worth:i'',LOTgfellpw,'« "Tale ol a Wayside inn." 1 was vir- Jually destroyed ^byV fire? "Lost In 'the flames was the "Grandfather's clock".of which tie'..wrote. .-Three ^of nine , children''in one family died in^a house fire in Davenport^ lowa.'-Four others of v the nine and the parents required hospital treatment for cuts, and burns. A series of'explosions fn a re fining plant at.Warren,--Ft:,-killed one fireman arid injured 10 others · A woman perished in a,-fire/in her bedroom in Panama City, Fla., her son:in-law, an Air'Force pffi-. eer, 'suffered critical burn's.trying to save her. . In Peabody,. Mass., one-man died and four persons 'were res cued in a fire in a cqmbinatioT business inid dwelling structure:: * A mother and father suffered s'e rious burns saving th'eir'tnreV chil dren from a fire in their home near Saugertles, N. Y. The -parents were taken'to'·'hospital. The'chil dren suffered no serious' injuries A'fire in the dowhto\vn* business section of Wafervliet, N/Y., i-aged through a row of business and residential buildings. A collision of a gasoline true] and a passenger train at Newbiirg N. Y., killed' the driver of the vehicle and -set' "fire to the firs tsvo cars 'of: the. train.; None-of th.i passengers-suffered injury. ·· :·· An explosion in a Culver-City Calif., duplex,- apparently caused b leaking gas,-leveled, the «nd injured three ] ipm'stock Resigns, | ' T owfior^t,H|Job' i .DENVER Ml -- E. C. Comslpck; dlrecftir .of-the State Board for Vo- alldfl»X Education, resigned Thurs': ay. He has'-held the post.since 9iS." :-,-'..-. · - . ' . . ; . , ; , . · ,,;' ,/Willia"m'}G'.;: Fl ahriiery,fstate su- jwrvisor ,of|tfade. and linduslrial education; .was named 'acting di- Colorado AScM CoUege-and dean of vocatiohaV'edue'ation at .Trinidad umor. t College, : yUI Jbeeoiric ah' adi riser 'toMHe' Education' Ministry of T»1 i .«.ift"Jii'f c j. ... ' . '--^ eetor. : , _ . . . . . _ Co'mslock', former 'instructo r at : ?"vt PHILADELPHIA '"HI- '-- The threat'ene'd '·''strike ·' - a t ' 'midnight Thursday night by 22,560'Pennsyl- vania-:-Railrcad non-operating em- ployes was .postponed indefinitely Thursday- exactly-seven hours- be'r forethe deadline'.'-. '.,.-.- i":·····. . The. ,'I'ranspdrt; .Workers Union agreed to. a request by spokesmen f o r , t h e .riafion|s biggest;-railroad after 'bpth:.slnes. reported "progress" in efforts to. write a .new labor contract. .! . .^ · . , . - ' :-The negotiators for the PRR and the .union.set Jan. 4 for.the next Oil Drilling i'.Oil '.expljratioh' in ,\Veld ;Co"unly has" show a 1 'marked upturn 5 re'; cenlly. . . . _ ! \:.; ':'·' ,.V.M'- : '· ;' So far this week five hew 1 oil tests'' : nayc 'been ' started, in' the county .'including :-'.fdur '-' wildcats; \Veld 'leads the'slate in he'w wildcat : -stafls according -to x a'.'weekly summary published, in Denver. ·'·-- _This trend is contrary, to the past 3 : ihe "oil Undu s try -^'e ncrally' slows 6wn ; 'foi. the' holidays and delays e\y! starts' until 'after the first ol e r year.-' : ' ', -' · : '' : - "-.\ · New Weld ' starls, ' several ' o f hich have'Uc'eh already mcnlkm- d in the Grecley : Tribiune; iii- ude!'-- '' I .': ' · - , ' _ ;'i ' -' Herbst : No. 1 Vof-RdcVy'-Hountain as and Petrbleuni company'south f Kersey in SVfSW 22-4*1. Ijjhman hd''John son'is the contractor and as' lilrca'dv'rEggc'd unready to go fter Chmtmas. Don. Ht'el of Greeny, is to.ol pusher on'this, lest.'.' 1 tion^prqviding \yage increases, be.- tween ibW|and 14V5 cents'an hour whicVvtfas', accepted Wednesday by nationwide, railroads' and. unions 'day''negotiations and "that's why we-' agreed' to the company's', re 'quest'to"'delay our walkout."" " Coast Guardsman from Coio..-Springs' 1 is Electroculed - - ^MOBILE, Ala. OB -- A Mobile-' based Coast Guardsman, was elec» trocuted Thursday while working with a telephone line maintenance crew about 20 miles south' of -Mobile.' ' -"'··· : ' ' . ' - ' ^ . . I S ' ' : ' - ···'·· . He was identified as Thomas Edgar Cadle, 21, of (1620 Cheyenne Blvd.) Colorado Springs, Colo. .-.. A Coast Guard spokesman said the mishap was itill being ;'inve«ti- Sated, bill that preliminary reports ·bowed a tree-trimming hook 'manned hy Cable accidentally contacted, a.2,300-volt power line., .The crew'is assigned to' _ the" Coast Guard base at : CKoctow_ Pointi in Mobile. . . . . .' Judge Orders^Atlanla- jfo Open' Public Golh Courses to Negroes =;-· " ATLANTA LJ1 -- .·av'-S^.Di's.tnct Court Judge Boyd Sloan Thursday ordered the eity,of Atlanta, to ["im: mediately" allow'Negroes uie of Biunicipilly-pwned golf courses.. The order followed a U.'S.' Su- pre Court decision Kov. 7 overturning rulings by the Diitrict Court and U. S, Circuit Court of Appeals. The lower courts'hael held that Negroes .could.'use the golf courses on a segregated basis. The Supreme Court decision.ac- tually outlawed segregation in'pub; 'lie beaches and bath houses- operated by the city of Baltimo're and, the state of Maryland'. The court told Atlanta it would have to adhere to-that ruling. Sloan's order" Thursday re- Itrained and enjoined officials, of the city "from refusing to.allow plaintiffs, and other Negroes similarly situated, because they are Ne- iroes, to make use on the same basis wilh while riflMfn' at.the municipal facilities ,for .' playing golf." - - .,"- · -- The defendants also were re- itrabied and enjoined from miV- to£ any distinction on'account'o£ race or color, or of making or enforcing any rules or regulations for the purpose.of segregation of the -.-races in providing' opportunities, advantages and facilities for play.- ing the game of golf upon the pub: lie golf courses that are now provided, owned,'maintained and^op- trated by the city of Allanla.- ' : The judges added'that this '-'judg-. ment and decree fake effect immediately." .,,,_ Alleged Mass Kilter Wijl Have Two Visilors on Chrislrnas Afternoon'-" , : DENVER Wl - John Gilbert Graham, accused murdmr, will have two visilors.and will eat,the traditional turkey, dinner in his tiny cell at Colorado Psychopathic Hos : pital on Christmas Day. V '; He Is under observation at the . hMpifal ·a'tter-'pleadini-iuuKHent 'and innocent by re«son of usamty 'to murdering his molher, one of 'U persons wh6 died'in the bonib- fcg- crash,of :a -United JBlane last Nov. 1. · ·; . .·"'·"K.ii * Graham's expected visitnrf are iis'wa«;'Glori«,--»d U»',»i«J ' tilt H«v' Lloyd C. XeHarai * bark** l^rwott. ' WASHINGTON 'UV-lndia Pri'mi Minister Nehru has sent this gbv ernment :a - sharply ;worded note about Secretary of Statf / Dullcs'"re ee'nt'-reference.to' Go's: asja-jprov ince of Portugal/ ; ·The note,' while "'containing vij orous.language, fell short o[;bein the:f6rmal-protest that diplomati officials, in India had predicte would he:-.iortncomm'g^al;the'tim of the~inciaenf.°',. "" '.'" ' "I'wouWni'" call it 'a protest, said "Slate "Departme'rir Press 0 fleer IJncoln White. '. ', ' '.WHife told reporters' the' com municaf ion,'which- was'not 'mac public, -would ' be i answered/- i'o eign' minislry « sources ' in. · Me Delhi "said the message "strong expressed" India's resentment bi was'no't actually a"protest. -.- ui'i THE "TRIBUNE WANT -AD 'Ada'm · Wolf - No. .1 , of Don ' M. ounds'34 'miles' north'of : Grea : se : ·bd" in; SES'E 24 ; 7 : 61. .-This 'well, n a-Brilish' American'far'niout,'is cported^alrcac.y.below 5,300 feet;-' 1 Scheub No. .i;of Arro'wheid'Ex- Ibralion 'company at -Sligp- south f -, Grover ,ln :SESE, 22-10-B1.' Al- spn Drilling company is moving in ig for this .test. · , ' ."'-· "No.'-l State of Paul PustmuUer in SWNW-'16-9^8. This is north of toheham and was reported driling t 3,'lio'fcct. -..' ' " , ' ' ' '-'"..' P'etroleu'nY fnc: No.' 1'Eller Meyr in' SWSWSW 2-8-56, shut-down or repairs'at'4,770-feet! ··'. . Hayward No. 3 of JIcDan.nald Oil bmpah'y,"ringed ^up'^an'di r'eady to ,0 after-Chrislmas. - This'iWll^ is oulli of Buckingham at the north end of 'the'Jackp'ot'fieid In S'ENW i-1-59. ·-li r ;V: ."· '·':" .-\ v '-.'-.-; Hayward 'No. 2 ; of MacDannald lowed.^pOj'barrels, of oil.per ( day m test from'the p sand.thru-one- nch choke: Location is'NWSW- 35-7- $35;DOO in,Missouri/ ' 1 F1SKJ Mo:. VTr--Typ shnbbily- dressed'bandits forced 'three em- ployes into a vault anil fled'iThurs- day ,,wilh | about 435,000. from, the Bank'/ofv-Fisk.-;/..'; ·;.·!··;···) -i-.V-.'x, . pcne Shain, the cashier, and,two Women' 'employes ; wcrevlockcd^in the vault about 40-minutes before they freed themselves. /, : - . The .bandits'fled.iin.jSKain'E'rca^ from this^soulheast.Missouri com-, munily fandf'were^lasl'Jropprte'd, heading t toward .Poplar Bluff, '10 miles west of Here on U.-S. High way 60. ···'·': ;!''' '''-^ · - · ' : ' ' ' 'Shaln said one 'of the men, holding · a gun, approached : him -just before the 3 p.m/closing time'and sald.'-VYou got it for^us," pointing with the-gun: to some moneys : i Dr: Jojin.Said-.Hejd for,! Suspicion of. Treason;:':'; '.- KARLSRUIIE,'. German'y (Si--Th Soulh . .German .Radio..^reported Thursday night~,.\Vest .Germa'riy't former security 1 chief,' Dr. Otto John,', has .been charged with sus^ peeled treason. He',.rcfurncd .Dee 12, after 1G months,in-,Corariuinis' East Germany. 1 .| .V .,.','''.._ '..\.. - The;. broadcast. sald-ri;',.warfan has been served dn"Johh because there'is danger ha might'Bee. or try, to cover.up his''activities.' Corlisorie', : ~tne-"che'riHcar ; 'widely used for treatment of arthritis Vas' heeri · fbuijd in- fare Mexican yams by field'workers, of'the-Unit ed States · Department of Agricul v*r. ".-.^ 200 over.; highways'. in r .Fras'er .Canyon lave'-slranded Z(io; persons. at-Bos^. :bri; Bar,'' 130 rr.lles,: Inland-..- from Vancouver. ..;·;"' ;.-~V- '·':-,'..'..--.-'-'.f.r-.- A«'tw6-day' : . - Enowstorm ·;. blocked lighways'' and','-.brought L-icver'al lours 1: interruption 1 in rail service. Many -motorists were rescued' by police · patrols..after spending' several hours In'tncjr snowbound cars. Many- of tli'e 1 motorists were on Christinas·'· holiday, trips- to : the coast or', interior.''. Little: .Boston Bar's.; only: hotel was ^'Jammed. Sleepers' occupied-virtually -all -the available "'Space in the'lobby an(" corridors.-- - M - - ' . - - · :'····'··* · - . ; ' · · -. .- · -. '.-: ·-· 1 ,- · ' · /.^Surplus -.military weapons, Jin- cluding flares'a'nd grenades., are used by the,U. S. Fish a n d V i l d life Service", to! scare .off slroying .birds.:,; i j f j ; ? -. .-JORHINGTON «i _,r!sins and Associate! -'of: Greeley,'- 'Colo.j-^ls nearing completion .'of'» study" on Torrlngton't' sewage .disposal'engi- neering plans. It' is'expecled to report"'-to -.the ' City .Council .. next month. , ·-. :.;'^-'. ; i v'-'-'.-'-v ,N ' ·'"'." H Is telievcd the report'will, be available' .'for : prcsentatio!! v !t-\lhe Jan. 24, '· meellng : in Wbeatlahd 'of the Stream . -Pollution Y Advisory council.'.The ' meeting -.twill .sliidy sewage.disposal problems of communities" along the North' Pla'tte Elver.. Dr.' C. .C, .Buchler-of Casper .heads' the 'council.' ; ;.; "-,\ ,.-', .A. E. \Villlanis6n, director of the division;-of. environmental;sanita- !^1955^ !hg.by..lsraell.aircraft!.,; A military ipokcsman-'said. an N.''Mixed Armistice Commission. \~ lir'fel "arid7. Egypt" "Wednesday tr Israeli plane flew-foyer the .town tr»tlcd charges o^vWation of tlr : of-Gazi i Wedrie5da'y l ifterh6o 1 n''aiid 5P« e /-'^}'l ( i ' - -£'*W%-1 ?-.".·'·# ,' . ··- .1:i"j *,*'!: ",'· a. .: g p,? £····$:$ V f'.v. ·l^:f?-5 I :· »'-.- : ^'- I SPECIAL Kip'SHQW SAT.^at 1:(^, D6org'bp*n i l:2:45 6 Color Cartoons plus Joel McCre* · ln,BLAGk i HORSE ibANYON ' ' I take ;; steps' to correct'Its .sewagi disposal'problem. 1 ' '"'·'' '.--.i;'.'-' . "I feel," he said, "they will have a' sewagc'dis'posal plant-under cori- Iruetlon within a couple of years,'-' b A N C j E Night PLACE ffiday /GLEN STUfSMAN " Closed Christmas Eve and"Chriafrnas,Day The Jackpot field" straddles the :ounty.line part qf.it being in Mor- jan county. . * ' ^ L'oweii Wiiliainson has-'iriaaeiiwo" lew^locatlons in ; the. ,Buckinghiim West field 'which he .discovered.. They are no. Z.TJudl in'SESE 251-60 "an"d Stale C-l 'in" NWNE' 361-60, both'ln,Weld cou'nly,'-;'-' ':;. .. in-Larimer'.County 5auicy;No. i f J. 'G. .Dycr'northwest-' : f Johnstown was reporledtWedneEday afternoon as driling below 5,000 .feel: location, is N\VSE 32-S-68. .··:.. · . - For'Chrisimas;Tree:ai" /A Hospital j. . , - - . . ^----' ?.;--'=: ; LA JUNTA un vTTh'e-.Chrislmt. tree at the Vclerans'^Administra- tion Hospital at !rt;Lyon is re splendent with decorations, thanks to the-some 6,000 pupils in Otcro ·county schools.-;i.C,'.!.-j'-.;r; .!."!'" ,' f- Miss .Huth Lylle,..cpuhly -superintendent of scKoolsV said the pupils brought one ornamerifeach from 'their honies to help-decorate the hospital's big'tree. ; ;.v 'f? ·:.· ·.;!:'-.-' MOOSE LODGE 909 , Please" attend ,Dc:. 27jH meeting, as. our f^ enior- will be here after being sick for -seVen-- : week8. ; Let'8''all be here to greet him. ; ' .. · " ' · ' .'" - · · ' - · ' f ..(··-:· I:-,"' - · · · : . ' ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' Secretary - ' RIOTOUS C E D Y ! ijh'Jtoai tMtffc OOJOti-' Color Cartoon ..'{Good .Will T'O Men" CHRISTMAS filFT BOOKS NOW.ON SALE at Box Offici . .Merry Christmas! GHftlStIVIS DANCE Sunday Night, Dec. 25 BALLROOM 'South'Edge of Greeley · ' Music by ,..·',"' ADOLP LESSER and the IkVOLF Mwkot Cortcon FoW« ··' from "Moke Mine Mink"/ _ . . _ . ; · PLUS! . In Technicolor : ''WALT DISNEY'S ' ., /'EMPEROR'S ,PENQUINS". V A'liol . , "HUNTING THRILLS".* Nowtl Prices For Adalts Features at;' ' - -1:15--3:20 . 5:30--7:35--9:40

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