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. · ·..... .. *j ^^ ..,. Ernie.ArxlrJd?'(left) of Collage high.iaiches ai J«ck Winter'.(13) and Milvl.h Martin (behind Winter) both of Windjor, 1 grab a'r4- .bound during th» non-conference .basketball 'gamebetwie'n the 1woV · schools Thursday night. Windier,'with abounding such as this arid--* lati-garht ruih, won, i?-52, . . · '\ ' ' '.'/ -· · . . * ' · : ' '.'. ' l i Reaches?! .*.;·! - . ' · - · - Game Group Reminds, ^ Huniers about Moratory' Waterfowl Regulations ^ Now that the migratory water fowl season^ Is Hearing an end hunters a"re. T'e~rriindcd : of .certain regulations in effect, this year First of .all,3'the;"goose season is fifteen d»s shorter than the duck season for a total of 60 days Since the sea son. on geise started October 20 it wilt end on December 30.195i while t h e ' d u c k -'seasoh "continues/to' run on through January 7, 1956 , ' Since the duck season runs/ on through into the I\e\v Year T lh£ Game 'and Fish'Deparlment'warhs all hunlers .that-they will, have*'to purchase a~new 1956 hunting license if; they.-intend}to hunt ducks from Ja'nuary 1'through January 7,1956. The S2 migratory bird.stamp.nec- essary to hunt ducks need not be renewed for hunling'the'.seven days in'January because it is. valid until June 30,' 1956. However, the hunter inust,have the duck stamp in his possession with his new 3956 license ivhi!e_..hunting ' t h e seven days January Numerous 'arrests, have -been made In.-tho.Northeast'· Region by Game'and Kish officers where duck hunters fall to quit hunting at sun down as'provided'.by law. Officials point out that when the closing hour used to be one-half hour be fore sunset, 'sportsmen..begged tc have the 'shooting extended lo sun' down/in hopes'6f r getling late fly ing ducks: in : the extra, half'hour As a result, shooting hours .were extended .-to sunset, b u t : ' ' m a n y hunters still': continue to ''shoo illegally.untii'itigcls dark. Hunters are.therefore'cautioned.to find ou what jime sunset is each d a y - a n t cease -shooting 'at.'.that time. No 'only, is it illegal ,t,o shoot afler sun down, 'the hun'ter. also' m a y \ a l s shoot down' many birds he canno find in- the -dark:- I f - this''-occurs Conservation'Officers can press an other .- charge ofj-willfully wasting game: r )hio Deatdeye Scoring Now at Fast Clip , ii 5 r PHILADELPHIA in"'--' Connie Mack, -boni^duriiig'thc'roar of .' Civil. Wapwhen.baseball was bul · hvinkleton the-American horizon, It was a happy day indeed;. Sev r eral -thoii^and telegrams''and" let- .'tcrs have poured, in.from friends ' and welt-wishers," ymmy ' and old, who love the'sport-in "which Mack -- .born Co.rnclius J.. McGillicuddy | -- was a pio'neer. . " . Hack. i celebrated.'.; TJiur^dty.,,at '·.the h6me-of one "of "his" sons, Roy. ;The festivities took place then to i permi|.. Jilack". J'o;mar^';.the. 6cca : ( JEFF" and ( ?IKE", · :.-i. .' .; · · - - · · - .·- · : · ' i. Tou've' ' heard a''! lot. ^ho'ut Santa.Claua of late, jjut-.did.j'oi^ Itnow ihat tills name origlimlcil centuries 'ago', in ..'ll o'l.l a,h.d?. Spoiled Klaaae,'' the \vprd j s - p - b\v--0erman : ' derirntlye'- ot ! - ihe ilirist Clif!d.'lTWj -'early') Dutch ianta ;Clau! .was; an ejtinlthe representative pt .the . Child .. \vh a made* the rounds on. St. Nieltalas Day',' 'Dec. · 6/ taking' orders for dellvery/on Chriatriias'-Eve'-'.- -. Actually, 1 this iriiicichi.' Santa Glaus must, have teen ) the; original door : tn ; dopr Aleamanj-iln- iike o u r : crmceptioh : = of : ;"ra'nla, the early p'utc.li'^aV him peckeil ul i n ' a ! fiat iack hat .and; a long-tailed 'Flemish* cost much like ;!chnljoj (Crane's', ' w h ' i c h wasn't very - h a n d y : : attire,. -.lor Midi iig'.down^chiinn'ays.' When he Returned 'on !'0hristriias". Eve', - he sfsurpoacd - to Tide a white ''.'What ; with 'the v iiam'e'.-SanU ClauB* originating'.)!!' Holland, I seenis only, .logical, .lor. us ' aX CAMPUS" 1 . MUSIC'' ..stpjjia, : f. sf6bios, : so? i eti'i- st.; to :Vish you Vroolljh Lerstfe«»t.v-That' i h e ' D n l c h version ot MBRHV GHRiSTMAS.'of course, and th s[ncere'.''aenllnient "C'A 51 P U ! siusfq |.BT.giiE,';fc ";sTUpips wishes' to ' relay to the many friends, and 'unitomera 1 It has been' our rleasure to deal will the. past year.', r ion . with k newsmen and ' pho.tdg- aphers;_i::^.i-,; .. . ; ^ Jirsi "three days ago JIa'ck . left resbylerian Hospital after' Va hcckup. He had .-fractured a hip i) a.-fall,ti}'o and a--fialf pionths So. .;His .-'dopior; said; that' injury nd|'tho fraciiirc'.froni'anollier-fall ire mending well.' 7 " - ·' . As llic'-grand-.old nian' of .IJ.as.C: sail sat· in }an,- overstuffed easy liair, 'siill *s]iiiling and oc'pasion- illy.'-talking," he ,niust..liave' h^i.d nahy ^Tii\ett-'Tnornories'"bf '"a · fabulous 'career' -For it -was Mack vliq rnanaged .. Alhjetics'-'for : 50 nine league, pennants and. five World'Series'-before, the'. A'side- part'ed · for Kansas -'City.:.- ?...:.',«. There-was-a-.twinkle in.his eyes -- 'he' slijl ,h?s a magic memory names ----'when a .card''ar- s'.bjt.bpy,pf,M years ' Fancy Passers Collide in. Norlh-Sou.ih'. Battle There'll he a pigskin, curtain, ove the*.- cradle' of- lh"e ' coh'federic ' (i V t Wizards Surround By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Djnamic Robm'Frecman a little an among basketball s giants is XJppui' 'cm.through thc'basketfat pace that could put,htm among be game s 'all time scoring ead The' 5 foot 10 All America from Ohio State has whipped home7241 ;oints in sesen games for an* a\ Tage of'34.4. a: game. Freema'njailled 34-poInts-.Thurs; lay niKht,"os Ohio 1 State walloped Washington's"-'.Huskic-s,v S4-73, -The ictorylwas the Buckeyes sixth igainst a lone loss to eighth ·anke'cU'Vnderbilt. Tins prolific scoring was noth ng n e w - f o r - F r e e m a n . 1 Last year averaged 31.5:'points ; in "13 iames before he was sidelined for he season b injuries and illness iTh.e. alUime standard is held by ·Yank 4 Se'lvy of Furinanj who hit or 41.7 points, a game two,years ago Only Brigham Young amohg'.the nation's' top 10 teams saw action Thursday, and th'e v -Cougars .were set back for the. second !straight ri'igliL This time Wake'j"o'resl : beat them. 86-80. ' ' ' i ' i . » . Wake Forest led, ,49-38. at halftime" 'and .breezed ' in*' behind the shooting" of Lowell (Lefty) Davis, who.facked up 30 points. Brigham Young, fifth in .the last Associated Press "pblll lost to North CaVolina State--Wednesday;-night. '_ . - M a n h a t t a n ; u p s r e t llth-ralcd George'Washington,' 71-63," in.Mad- ison . Square Garden. Joe Holup scored -34 points. fo'r-:the Colonials but Manhattan wrapped it up'vwilh 1.0 straight points in the final three minutes. Connecticut-'*.:avercainc New -York,University, 90-82,'in'the second :half of a Garden twin' bill. J Indiana,fought off Drake's challenge in the' second half to record an · 82-19'''victory: The Hoosiers .were_'paced by..Willy Choice's. 30 points! · " . ." '·· '·"· · Breaking .out of a 36-36 half time . . . deadlock, Miami of'Florida nipped ^pe^. 31 if. the, weatherman I Bradley,; 80-73; 'oh. the, strength, of "' ' " lene Stage's 26 point Jim .Krebs bucketed 24 points in eading Southern Methodist'16 an 85-67 triumph'over Wichita.'jlt was Friday; Dec;;23,-, 1955 :." '^.GRIEIELEY /TRIBUNE /; Fagt t . e ,^:.,-.4gs^*;^I^C;,v: · :V! AMIJ FJa^'uflP^liijie Combs II, .head .of 'a; syndicate "-that I paid $1,251,200 for' Belair,"Stud's .Nashua nowiwants _ trjTJbuy' the'' California, horse ; tharbeal' him : taVlKi. iCerl: lucky .Derby; 'Th : e '.'Miami "Herald said . : Friday..,: .'.':,".,-'.'..-'j^j'.^'.^;..'^ J|m pahce,'Herald ·sporls'.writer,'' reported, from,,' Paris.'-^jKy.v:'jh^at Cornbsfalre'ady. hadlconiacted Hex Ellswqrth, 'owner, of,Swaps,'-abpuf buylhg.Jhc swift 3-year-old .^ ! j*-fpi/ -='. "He said .he'd let rhe.know J when he.'s ready' to sell 'and 'I think', he will,"; Combs was '.quoted.. "When he does, i l..-infiy.. i bc, ready.-toq..'i '.·v'l hayen't g o t : a ^syndicate-16 buy. him', yet,- bul I'll get one. re'al quick^when 1'geL.lo-where I'-'can buy .him.|!."/.-. . s ', r " ; .V;:1.: ''.'Combs did riot"dwell 'on ilhc.'sul!-' ject,- Dance wrole. II was Nashua's day arid -the -winner, of' i6"'0f.'.20 races was ready to leave i of iFJor-' Ua-'^nd a-winler campaign.".:-'·-'; .l{ -was disclosed ' only :Thursday Hint Combs and six others formed he.'.syndicate Ih'at bought Nashua' oh Dec. 15 .for the highest .price ever paid; for. a ' Tho'rpughbred. '; '.There arc 32. shares In Nashua) Combs':said, with no.person or-' iiig:moro1thari.four shares"except JbrmtW;;H.ane's,;preskle.n! bf'Jie ·'. -j." Greater New"YorkIRacirig "AsK'j |'/i' ChrisjV\.Devi«,';fyw'.'Yo'rlt, P«V '-·' TV ker,-andf Co'mbi/; ;'£.'; * - j * , i .£·' 'i' 1 '' t Each ; share 'is'/worth . $39,108, '*':"and.-some 'of ;us!.¥rill'dispbse'.pf . .'-.-. a; pftH'^of :.oUrVst6ck'.in. the .ifai future," Combs slid. 1 -^'.'/'' '· k ' : ' -Windsor playirs outnumber thcs* of College high for the rebound _.duringi'th« g«'rp» «t Windsor Thurjdiy nioht, one .reason (or Wlnd- "~*or's 62-52'non-league basketball win: Lefi'.lo right in .the picture · re'Wimiior'i Jack Winter (13),-Colltse hlgh'i .Jlfn" Hu'tkey :(»);· Windlbr's Rt.d Wtrnlck (14, getting hold of Ihe ball), College High'. Bill Seh.jfer- (behind Warnlck, with 'one hand on ball). Windier']; Mtlvin Martin .(20,-'hand up reachlnglback for .bBll)'*nd:Wind$or't Darrell McNabb (15, coming In toward play), ; . . -;the" Fhlladelplila } : years 'and -won ago/. Fr^ed Haynes ^f^-.Los^^gel^. *'A 'I'g'reeting "'came.'. 'frdm ! .: Bob|}y Shantz.'novv .with Kansas, City?aiid :he'.last':of 'Connie's g r e ^ t _ squth- iaw"pilcher's: .'There'"'also was ya :ard'' signed by the : entire "class of School f No:, l.o' in Detroit.'"...:. - Wheniiii canie (o, Wowing ,'qu't the eand'lcs\'6h .'the-' big .- birltidsy cake-.topped by -.a white-.elephant, the 1 symbol of; Ibe:^! 'Connie -signaled lo"Roy'' for..assistance;', i- As'his sort helped, Connie'looked up at pHotbgraphers and newsmen, the 'quiver..'.of'ja".smile, pkxing across his lips.' · .. . ' ,-'. .. '. ' ;: "nod Sless -.you: al|,'.'. h e " s a i d , Vand .. merry..,.Christmas, '.merry Chrislmas eyerybody'i";"' · . '-' cooperates." ' Foiirr. of.-the _nation's fanciest pass4rs;and'-elght of the' .best receivers'.will. be. in- thc;lineup for the: 18th.'-'annual.::Blue-Gray -football gaifie,- . including i Missouri's big': end, Harold ^Burnine, who topped'IHem all in-pass calcbing..' Toge'ther, ^-.the, .Yankees' 1 .', two aerial specialists^,Jim Halusaka of \V'isc'onsin .and- .EdJ Albriglit.-.ol Syracu'sej' and;.their,two soulherh rivals, Bob Hardy of Kentucky! and Earl' Starr-of Alabama,- threw..the ball niore than 'a . rhlle,:arid ;» hal during the i955:'s;easori:' ! · '-' ''·' :· .Their · passes ' accounted ; for'.. 24 loiichdowris. ' -, ^ r ' . · Haluska, who rank!il(seven(h,in the nation in passih'g'*and"ninth'In total offense,'completed 71 out ql 132 deliveries... for 1^036'! yards and six scores: -Albright" rtossed ; 39 p'a*s|es' "iin'd hif'ttfe mark -with. 19 covering 324 yards. .Seven pf.'them went, for touchdowns. .'..-. " .. .On-the. Confederate, side,".Hardy, llth in the nation,- completed :5I of 106-;for'.J77:: yards., and eighl scores. Starr; who rated ISth^bes.t in' the country .even' Ihongh' Ala bahia didn't win. a game,' made 55'passis good'in 95'allcmpts. He racked .'up- touchdown. ' 587 yards and _ one ' ' ' he '· ijustangs" seventh against 'two defeats. victory Colorado AM upset Colorado, 5*58;" whenr-Rlcri- Gregory tipped irT.'a' rebound with'.only,'four t 'sec. ends'- left. Colorado led' 19-9 ,mid way. in.the^first'h«lf and 66-51 Vfith four:nrinutbs.rcrn"aihing in; the second.' ' T h e n ' : Gregory "and -Jack B ry ant' i got the, Aggies roll ing. It was' the 'Buffaloes', third'straight ii ' ' . ; , - * ' . - ' · x '-.' ' '-', - -* 1 '. . - SoutHern California took an early lead and marched 'easily to a 68-50 conq'u'est''.o'f Dartmouth in'Uie first game of a-doubleheader:at San Francisco's Cow Palace. Slan- ford beat- Santa Clara, 62-55, in the' nightcap..· . ; .' ,^_-_^._ 'ueblo-Galholio ^ Wins 'Game.by. Forfeit PUEBt.O «)',--.- Pueblo .Catholic Ugh .School's. Shamrocks .were credited'with "a 2^ forfeit'victory over:-St.':Francis.bt Denver.Thurs- day, night-after the-visiting team was called off Ihe.court by' Coach Wendell' Strotiauer -,witli'.fbur'/rnm ules^lefl' in \h'.\ flame. ". .T , , v - ^ · RThe Denver team hold'a 3a-'37'ail vantage Ai-hen Stroli'auer, withou explanation, walked/'pntq ihe'.cour and" ordered his. players -. oft th floor.:; . ··· : '\r\~- · - « ! . * - - · ' " , . -· "fruc'blo Calliolic-' High . official said he left - the building'. within makine -.an explanation ; pf- his -ac lions:··:..'··;·.··'.'' .'-.- ' . , : . : :.; . ; ,the,previous. night! .Sl.xFrancis won'.from.-.SI! - Mary's ' a t Colorado Wis.j [Sports Shorts: CHarles'Gels: Split Vote 'Over/ ; SAN!FRANClSCO;Lfl'.-r. Ezzaird Charles'used'up. most' of the' skjll of his' 34 .years Thursday, njght lo keep'his'comeback, hopes alive ,'wi'lli a split'.decision .over Bob Al- ttiright, .a yp'ung .walloper -Jfa'm las Angeles.' ' · ' -. -. - ··· · ;'·': ' · ' ' ' . '"· Oiarlei'-gaVe away Hi years ,'and 22 .pounds--to.his'.218V4-poufid ; "op- ponent'and »as hard put to stand ofl a 10th.round rally. .' '.-"·.· '* Cincinnati's ] former champ collected a''56 : 54. 4 nod.:from Judges Verii Bj'bec"and Eddie. Jame;. "Referee"Krailk 'f]ores'.:scored.jit for''Albright, 57-53.". ' . : - .,-'·'' '.Albright, : who. lost -his jc* sparring · partner last. June by knocking;'/down -England's Don Cockell,- carried the ;Iale punching Ibj' Charles 'aixj ,.won. .-.the.. fmaj found.. · - ' · GUN and HOLSTER Sets Reduced " Thus ."the .'^oprpsing .t Bliie-Gray squads slack' lip. even in aerial ability. The Yanks'-two. best passers ' aecounled for 1,360 yards; Hardy and Slarr 1,384.. ...._.'; -The invading northerners 'have a niore dislihct edge in pass..receiving. ""Their five' eh'ds traveled 1,407 yards with' the passes they caughl] : the' liebels', three ' flajHtf m'eii 'got .'only: 533.'.'.'-- r ... '. : '·"'.' Burnine led the: country with '44 Batches good, for ;594 .yards and two scores: · Jack'Hecker .ol Bowling-Green caughl'.'» for 566.yards and; six "touchdowns.' 'West.:Virginia's Joe Papelti got six for 102 yards,' Frank' Koenekei of Minn'e- sola/eight, for .96 and Leonard Zyzda seven for 89..... · ; ·For the South,"All-America, end Howard Schnellenberger oi 'Ken- tiicliy eovered 287 yar^s and scored six t i m e s - o n ' the.-.-20/passes! he snagged. J6« Tu'minello "of LSU had 9 for 129 yards and'Alabama's Nick Oermanos got 13 for 112. _. '-The'. Blue-Gray .-contest will be telcvisea i(NBC), '.and broadcast (Mutual) nationally.; S o u t h e r n leams'have won il times a r iid,th« Vankees^five. One game, ln'1943, was a high'school 'affair. J ' r ;."' Coaches Don ^Faurot' .of .Missouri, Bob Davis of Colorado .AiM and Murray' 1 W a r m a l h of Mtone soVu,"i for' i the' .'fforth, 1 ; and . Pa«: Dietzel : of 'LSUi 'Chalmer -Wood ward of Slid and George' Barclay late of North Carolina, will arrive Friday.' '_ ; , . . - . '·'·Jockey'-Willie Kartack will rid for Cajument Farm"-aCHialeah thii winter,- ;-,_- ·;';'. .. ;' .*· '"' '"' ''·'. . SPARTANBUR(5, ' f Henry .Pappy GiuiiriThb. hss lost to top men'of his division in. fights all over the world,' returned home to capture the U."s; bantamweight title'; Thursday night. Gnult, 117V4, won' a.'unanimous · decisioii , over phririy O'Brien',- 117V4, of 'ioston.; DALLAS 'Ml -- Member's of the 'reslon Hollow Country Club 'put up'.. $100,000 ; Thursday to assure [olf's ^second i richest tournament iere in May" and June'; . From ( a moneyl -standpoint ! the two-week even 1. will rank second only to the All-American in Chicago. '· ' Frigidaire Prciducts ^·^··:.' Sales--and.Service,; ; " :Since 1928 Weld County Garage .' Ph. 132-' Sfdfis in.Briei, By THE AaaOCIATED THESS ~~- GCNK.RAL '-" - 1 · , / - f ' - r ' " /- · \ i CORTINA D'AMPEraO. Italy -- Arrer."na wilhdrewf from .the Winter Olympk ames because ot flnar.clal BASER, PITTSBUItcm'.-- Drjjliti -fk\ *lo!i f e w Orleans \ras nnmrd' isslatanl ^.THOUGHT i foi- TODAY! ; I-'- : - - ' ' '' - " ' - ' ' - : ' ' · * ' ' "At Chrislrnas, play and ,' ' rhake ^bod cheer, ·.".'. s-'For Chrislmas coriies ': ~~~~ but once a year." '·'· .Tea .. .,.'.-.; 'anj · .Clirislmns niakfl-i. extrn ' ivork lor. yqu, - Mother.'.So why, not Inko. full .advrintase of'our spbedy laun- lry and dry cleaning SBrvlce. It'll give you n rcul'-Mi. At budget'prlcoSj tool ", - ales, General . KAClN'Q . . '.; , M I A M I ' -- McHast Cl " . to PL- . , . i; beat favored ttvaV. D«U6o · . / ' Springs, M-47;' - Airs; PearL Zoll of Green" Bay, bowls .once-j -week 'in the ics " Leasiie' ; and · hasn't missed -a' gaiiic. in. 21 years. - . · . . luriu?..:'at .Troplrar.raTk. · · · » · . , · . / ' ,-NE\V, ORLEANS -- A J « m i OIC'Ox,(|i: vson by hcid'cvcr l^hahori. 1 J»rt' In' IV, Ktc« Handle a p ( a l the 'F»)c- Shrine ' ··SAN. ; -F5iANCI.Sqp--'H1 ; -- - Eas and ' West squads .'for'-lhc' arinu'n Shrine: Uooiball ^gamb.-:sot- dow Friday -to · wbr)|riS:'lhe.ikinks.-. pu of "liieir ^muscles, lietoro, Ihe. Dec 31 cbhlest. 1 / ' V ' · : · · · · ' ' .· . Both 1 ildams-'-ma'nBgcdMo'-Bit''In outdoor 'drills-, despite heavy rain rhu'rsciny.' : .. ,._\','.,. . ; , .... . '-'All-is : of"ihc' §t-! JoJin'.sjUniverslfv' saskctbali squad come from. New York City,-,; . '.- ' . ' · . · · ' : ·V.OTICI: .OP. pi.vAi;-'si-rrTi,F,5iB..\T AMI IlETr.HJll.VA'riOS OK ' ' iir.msnip · . · , X6. 7165 ' ' ' ' · - ' ' · KsCnli- d C - A l . P n B O - C . PH1T7.I.ER, »lso k n o w n . I t s AT.FHKD FRITK.MJK., ' ' Deceased. Npllce " l a the 30lh i pri?Fent ! Cpunly. y o f ^ n u ^ - ^ S ^ V w l U t h e C o u n l y Court of \Vc\d jtbrAiltj-, ' m y ncconnts for f i n a l "KotHeme'nl of nlmlnl«lr*Uin o( " « B l i l - " t n t E , ivlion n n d w l i o r o nil iicrFons In i n l c r r s t may n p j i c a r nnrt object" io ll.icm, I f ^ t h c y ^ o deElrc-. j .la" also hereby - . thnt . . . D'iick' Population; ; .« - ' ' 'OTTAWA .-- An ' c jtirn a Ic'd 535,000 u'ck's' v: *ere on Canadian, farms at he-. start' of June, 1955, some ''4.5,000,' 6r 9 pcr'cenl,;. more .than 'at he coniparable time the year be- 'ore.- British Cpl'imbia's duck population dropped' 7 per cent, but On-. lario's jumjid 20 per cent. " TlllinSOAY'S I1OCKEV"' B7 .THE'-ASSOCIATED IRES!! " MATIONAI, . LEAr.OE '- . .Detroit: 3, B^i'.iM*-S. - , ' ' INTERKATlONAL't-EAGUE . CInclEnBtl 9, Toledo '-1. j. rorr.Fr.E - . ; - . · · - : · Colorado' Coilege 7. Mlchigi* Tech 3. Mlnneiota'-?; Mtchlfan'Sl»(* 1. ^hildrtn love · · to *end Chrittmat ·/.'·; 1,'cii'rdjt,,-loo.." ' ·' 1 ... \Ve have some designed just ' - ' , ' . V^for'lhern. 820 Tenth Si. . In the m n t t o r . o f ' s n l d estate Cnrl F. Frltrier ns Administrator o f ' M i l l cslnle' ilalmlne t o ' l i e an' liclr nt Jaw of a a f d tleccasrd, a person Int e r e s t e d ' I n r a 1 i l ' i i i [ i t e V l i u 3 fl!c.1 In into"Court hli! .duly, v e r i f i e d . j i e t l - llo'n. a s k l n K tor » J u d l r l o l oscerlatn- m e r t t ' a n d d e t e r m l n . t t l u n of tho.tielrs o f - s l i P h deceased, a n d K e t t l n f r . f o r l h hli r o l n t l o n s J i l p lo- srtld.j'deceased, a n ' d . l h n t Hie names, p a s t p n l c o nfl- drepsea and r e l f t t l o n K h l i ) of all other lier/ionj.-: wh'o'.^ arc or claim to be helr« ,cf .ijild deceased s o . f n r ^ a a k n o \ v n lo Ihe p e t i t i o n e r , n.re as.fpl- "cirl'F^Frllzler, Jlo% 01!, Wind- ' or, foloratlo, . Father. ' - ,, Molly -'Prlliler. Box (32, Wind- nr. 'Colorado. ^Tothcr Notice la 'ftlso .hereby given t l i n t upon s a i d - d a y , o r ' t h e d a y - t o wli he hcarli.K mav-;lie' c o n t i n u e d , the · ' o u r l . w l l l receK'o and hear proof c o n c e r n i n g the h c i r n ,' of , such le- ceaited.'and 'will, upon proof » u h - mlltcd e n t e r a decree In f a i n entile ileternilnlnir.;wlio.,Bre .tho ,lieir. M H U C l i deceased ncraon and Ihe descent of Ihe lanilai tenements and h e r e d i t a m e n t of such deceased, al which liearlnff all pemona rtatmlnK to be hetrs'ar law of fli[Ch-dtcea8cd may appear nnrt present t h e i r proofi CARL r. FRiTxr.r.n, : AdmlJilstralor Charles A. Karowsky Oreetey Bids'. ' " ' Attorney . for Kslata Cec. 23, SO, J55, Jan. C, 13.-19S6. ! prloi right tor »oul SEE .YOUR "NEAREST OLDSMOBILE .DEAUR:';- . New anil Umed for AluL ':CARS| and f TRUCI0 "' ' '«««i 312 Eleventh Ave. if i " - / '"'·'· ! . 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