Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 24, 1955 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

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Will Get rary ''.'.·'' (Continued from Page 1) ;rovide. early hospital, facilities, to :· ilricken areas in case of an atomic ·.attack and additional.facilities.for oitural disasters resulting in large -.Dumbers'of casualties. . ·'.The local hpspilal was selected to receive the first unit''for teaching 'and demonstration purposes for the Denver and Northern Colorado district because of its location, storage ··· facilities,-.-large -auditorium' "and arnple" grounds "for setting u p - t h e 'unit for public instruction and display. AJso, the health and hospital section of the Weld county-civil · defense agency,-is' considered one ofyhj.best org'aniied units" of jits type, in the'nalion.- ".' : ' · ' . ' Tfjis .section is headed by George Stout, largely through, whose efforts this unit was obtained.'tie has been -. working fpr'over a year 'with; federal and stale civil defense autKbr- Ltits^ congressmen, .and other's to bring this:uhlt to Greeley. Section . chiefs in the organization include Dr. CIoyd'-L. Arford, deputy "director; br.\j..H. White, director of Public Health; ;DrV- George . de .1*. 'Emery,- -radiologist; ' Dr,: Lewis Xiddcr,', Pathologist; .Ross ·. Adam- ton, du-ectprof Mortuary Services; Gladys-'Hickcnsi director of fs'urs- First Aid; Boyd Darkey Pharmacyj-'Dave Werner,-Medical: Supply Officer !ond 'Pat: Barnctt,, Supervising Ehgineer.'-Triimari Hall s the dire'clor of.lhe overall Weld County-Civil Defense Program. Dr; *. L. Clccire, State Health Director, General Henry L. Larson, .Director of the Colorado Civil "Defense Agency, Dr. Paul Lindquist,'Medical Director- of the' Regional FCDA office 'In .Denver, and ·'·Paul lomerie of the Denver. Civil Defense Agency met. with Administrator, \H.'. H.'-Hill a r i d George Stout at the Weld County. General Hospital ' Friday to inspect; the premises and gcv over the,set-up. They were please'd with the facility. Denver and Pueblo were also: considered as sites for the first unit. Colonel' John ' Doidge"pf' the .Civil Defense Agency,'also attended. It is probable that this temporary field ' u n i t ' w i l l ' be. transferred to another location during the year for Leaching a n d: demohstrajion purposes.''Eventually,'-however,, it is believed t h a t the unit will be stored permanenlly at the local'-hospltal in .Greeley-This will 'augment local hpspilal .facilities ,in caie of a' major disa'stcr.'or 'atornic''altack..'' : .- -.-' . Vo!uni.«ri Will Unpick There, will be a tremendous amount.of .work connected wilh.un; packing, .assembling, 'demonstrating, -*an'd repacking'the huge unit all of which will be done by volunteer worker's. Included in. the_unit are iO wards of 20 beds, 3 complete operating rooms,.a clinical laborar lory, a sterilizing room, a central supply, an X-ray unit, a pharmacy,generator, water storage tank, morgue, and office equipment. The staff required to man the unit to capacity will include 10 physicians, · ' ! " · · ! . A 'f! . . ' '";': M^nursej,'"} 12S ·jlralaed'Vtuxlliiir'j workers, and IT misceUaneoui volunteer workers. Feeding of staff and patients would.fee accomplished ay local'civil^deferise welfare, workers with their*:bwh 'supplies in'd equipment. Civil Defense officials in . Denver arid neighboring': com- munjlks throughout'·tlif^a're«/wlll be indoctrinated in the u"se"'of the unit". Training manuals and films 6f the various ppcrrtio'iis "will 'be developed to assist others in'setting up'; their specific "programs.':.-'. · --jWeld County, General;.is.the only hospital in a.'county of 4,000 'square miles a n d - s e r v e s a. population of 68,000. The hospital's disaster plan, developed by Stout, has recently received national recognition.' !·· ·; ; Because of its Jocatipn with respect to,Denver, 'a target city, and because tests indicate t h a t the fallout pattern does, not usually affect this area, Greeley is considered to be well suited'as a Medical Center for the area to handle casualties from Denver in case of- an attack. Robber Effort Quarreling Leaders^.Now n CALENDAR NOTE: THE CLUBROOMS W^LL BE CLOSED i ' "· ·· from 6:00 p.m. Dee'. '24th 1 (Christmat Eve) until Tuesday, Dec. 27th at 8:30 a.m. - ' . . , s Greeting" .". . 1 '. '.3 b.:'0d;'d.m\ to .1 :00 ' p.m. ( Elki, 1 adult ! mem- b*ri of tt(eir(amilie» and non-resident hotite ' gue$«i.) : .- , ., ..,.;' v . ·.·:..-.;..-·--· . .SATURDAY, DEC. 31-- New Yea.r'i EY« Dance' .. - jlOiOC p.m. to 2:00 a.m. (Members only; . . '' ' ' ' ' ( E l k j l o o d Bank Donors Call 4000) ASUNCroN, Paraguay.' wi -Epifanio Mendez Fjeitas, described Tfmrsday as leader o f ' a n unsuc'- cc-ssful revolt against President Al fredo ' Stroessner, apparently has made his peace with the president. ' . ' . ' · : ' - · He attended, meeting Thursday night of the'governing committee of Paraguay's ruling Colorado -. party,. although reliable sources said earlier that Stroessner had ordered his.arrest. ' .;The meeting was-summoned'.aft- cr Stroessner .announced, an ' ternal crisis".; in' : the- 1st .Cavalry Division had.been settled by.'changing commanders. Informants sale the' crisis- actually.-was : an attempted rebellion against;the government, Instigated .-at..least partially by Mendez, president.-of the Paraguayan - -Central *Bank .and leader of a dissident faction of the Colorado^parly. - ' · - ^ ' f . '. Highly, placed, sources said Mendez, a close friend'of ex-dictator Juan D.^ Peron of ''Argentina', rebelled when"'-Siroe'ssner "tried ' t o ease him 'out'-of'his . gov'ernmenl bank post in'order (p improve relations with, Argentina's, provisional government. Mendez .was offeree the post, of ambassador to. l-on- d o n , , but rejected it . a n d - . a p "reached Rlil'* a r x / - flf arldrV -In- Til an a revolt, they said. · : l l ; ' Storm in GtharrT V; NEW YORK" «i -- '-:A surpVisi snow'- storm ushered . winter . intc New -York' City .Thursday. A tola of 1A -inches:- ot: snow f«ll duria the day, snariing-'triffic....;;. ; - . Moy Koppy Oirirtmoi bfflt ring oytfor you bett of the' saosoin's eKw'jind merf ttrt, iMFy v^Hn yow TOT . tNQff HMMy |oypvs -- From the Hetreti and Employees of Sam's, House - :"..".'. : '9081/i 9th Ave. 1 ';. ' - · ' ..^'X'; CLOSED Sundqy drid Mondoy, Dee. 25-26 X- Brilisli-Aiiieitfari Would'. DENVER (jt;-J.An admitted for- er' convict .was captured in » c»r e: commandeered. Friday after- oon, less than JO minutes after he as foiled Ln «n attempt to fob e National'City Bahki '-. Police'-:quoted ' Willis · Howard ants, 47, of.Granby, Colo.,-as.say- g he planned the .robbery-,"be- iuse I needed » little more money r, Christmas." I .'.- .·'·'-'· ... A 17-year-old motorist who saw ants flee the bank and enter a ar driven by Guy R; Kyle,'68, was edited i with helping", c a p t u r e ants. Young Donald Roberts fol- wed Kyle's car. in : his own ve- cle, honkuig his horn to attract Ironically, Kyle said later he b« : evtd Rarits,.to ; be ; ari officer, in ursuil of. a'criminil. lie" said Rants pt'yellinj'.tp him: "Follow (hat d ' carl "The -bank was ; just "I never did see a red car,"-said yle,- a mortician. : -.' ·'·: · ' · Patrolman John Yakich .halted ie';getaway car in South'Denver nd, pistol-drawn, ordered Rants om the vehicle. The suspect, near ollapse from apparent fright and xertion, made no attempt to iise .loaded automatic pistol with hich officers said he tried to rob h e bank.. . ' . - ' . . The'bank was fobbed of nearly 11,000 Aug.. 3. T(ie.robber has not een caught.'' ' - · ' ^ s Clifford 1 Stanley; captain of de- eclives, gave this account of the Jicident;.' . . . · : · .-.. . ·." A f t e r closing up the small auto arts store he co-owns at Granby ate'. Thursday, Hants decided to ob a - b a n k . He drove.to Denver riday morning'ahd picked the Na- oiial City Bank because "it was ind of isolated."'.' - ' .He parked his .car five blocks rom the bank,'walked to the cage f teller. M a x . G. Miller, 27, ; and ushed a paper bag across' the ounfer. Then he waved the gun nd ordered Miller to "fill up the ag." The teller dropped 16 the floor, ?!!inj-"!i's a holdup!"-- - = Hants'fled, ^ith Albert F. Zim- lerman, assistant bank loan manger, and LeHoy Lester Jr.,.a cus- omer,'. in_, pursuit.". 1 in .an aUey · at Jwayne Walker;attempted to trip he fleeing mail, but-failed. · A police car rushing to the scene, neanwh'ile, ..sweryed .i'to -'. avoid'. a /ou'hg boy, and crashed into a'tele- hone pole..The'· ofirieers.-we're not i th"e~cbrifuisiorr1 pofice, Zimmerman and. Lester lost sight of R a n t s who had leaped into Kyle's car and ordered him to follow, a'nbh-e.xist- ent'car. . .' - V ' . . . - " . Young : Robcrls, who "had wit-, nessed ' the 'street ' incident, gave chase in his car and officers'closed n 'minutes^later. ...^ . . . - -'.Stanley'; who.quesfioned'.Rants in Denver. County Jail, .said.'Rants old him; he'-'served'.»"'"threeVySar. sehtericje in Sari Quentin Prison near . San 'Francisco',for .robbery, ie is married nd the father of an t-year-pld.daughter:.".- ,* ; ~. · .'· '. *'p - cha/ges we're filed. DENVER Hi'--i;_...._. il-'''Producing. '!t'o.'. .^.Wednesday ·sked Denver pi strict .Court to void an order limiting ojl-produclion in the-netyly discovered. plifi_ Field in Logan county'. ·;"'.''··''·'.'. ·\'";:". ,-"v · The Colorado Oil and Gqs.iCon- servatiori. Commission has limjted production to 200 barrels a Uay per 'well.- in the ; field, Asst: Ally. Gen. Sam Freeman-sai4.'He explained the'..';, action' .as-;' a . - conservation measure;. " ' . ' . { . , British-American charged in its complaint, the commission 'exceed: ed powers/granted it by.the' Legislature. · ' . . . . . - ' ' ' . . . Gov. Ed C.; Johnson already has annoiinced he will ask the Legislature to strengthen the power .of the commisston;-The governor-s'aid his request would -be' included in"his message to the'. Jawinakcrs when they'.'convene =iri -Janiiary.- '.The Cliff 'Field .was'-.discovered April "28.; it has 31 producing"wells and- the · field:..a'yerages 4,lpo' barrels' a day, tlie' co'mmission said. · Edinburgh University will.hold a course for business excutivcs this summer. · - - .-. DENVER'!* --'The Chamber of Cominerce'.reported J Friday thai Denver, i n ) the midst: of. its DenverHa* - ,. . , Saturday; Dec. 24,,ld?5";; GREELEY : 'TRIBIJNE'"V Page?.?;.' : '.. Th'c'sc-11-inonths.figures for 1355' wcre" : .citcd..by William-F-.-Gibbons, industrial -Iovclqpmcnl ''and r re-', search '/director 'for the '..Denver' Chamber:''^. V:". .'.,··-;.' '·; ·-,. '· · T!ank-'cle"arings.pf'7.7 billion dol-: lars up 13.1 'per "ccnt F over a . y q a r '.ago; -.city' sales.'tax ' collections Sj4,356,830 lip 1J!8 per ccnt,'a'14,932 increase, in ^Ihe^' number.".of ,'(?Ie"c- tricity : cuslonie'rs' and" 'a."-fiairi.".of 15,700 .In '"nalur'nj. gas .cbhricctions: ! The'valiip of penVer.builclins permits up .to Dcc.- ii this 1 year was 4.3 per cent higher- than the ,rcc- brtl-bre.iking;paceof · 1954, · '-. I 'Dried* prawn; a7id - sewing , mn- chines 'are : among \ i j e m s : . to. ibe bought by Biirma',-fr'oin" India under . a -'new. trade agreemcitt announced in Rangoon. . ' ' -. - By Popular Demand at . · · '.-. : .1:00 p.m. '-12:00 p.m. - · ' ; - ' . . . : - , - . - , : . Dinh»r» o f ' _ ; · - ! . : .-. - . . · - ' · ; Choice Steok ^Freih Shrimp ^-' Prim* Rib ~ Bring your'Family and Friindi and Enjoy'-' ' ' . . · . : : .'-'.-i'"Food' : Atilfs Beit!':", i ' ' . ' ' . ' - ; · · ' - · Open'From Now T"il Chiittmoi fWeek ' \ ' ' For Reierrationi call Morii ---^.Mione4516 .Dinnm lerved from 5:00 pirn. - 11:00 p.m. Merry Christmas! to all our f fiends and customers MARIO'S P I Z Z E R I A 3 mi(e« west of Greefey The Camfieli Hotel and Oar Entire Staff The Crystal ^Dining · Koorn .'iwili : IJe^'ppeh ; *aji't Christmas .weekend .Tor iybiir pleasure, giving 1 '' . ;..'-.,:.,, i'|j6dd .food · arid service..^'.!:. . / - . ; , We 'will; have 'Snidrgasbord f riilay,' Dei.^Srd.^ - '\ye.wili serve phristirias 1 pinners Sunday .' 'VOUR RESERVATION NOW OR^COME ON ' A S ' 'j'"- ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' l " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ..MR: JiRS. HISNRY AVATSON/ '·· '-. ' ',. THE.CAMFJELD.HOTEL: Starts TODAY! . · GREAT B I G ^ GJUJRISTmHS - - · " . ! ' Glorious LOVE;'.:LAUGHS AND THE RIOTOUS-PURSUIT OF " ', WELL-HEELED BACHELOR! " - ' v · '-I in Auto Crash in PINEVILLE, Ky. Ifl -- ,,,... jons. three of them brothers,' T,^.killed on a deserted streteh.'of highway near'here Friday when a car and pickup,truck.collided..Two others were injured critically. . SJate' police identified six of the dead riding in the car-is: Jimes. Patrick "Jr., 33,. Cinc'fi- nati; his'.wife/Mrs.;Lavaughn Patrick 30; 'Vfii'af their chUdren,' Marjaret, orie'"monlh.old,.'and Brerida, 3 yea.rs old; Robert Jean Patrick, 20, Toledo.'. OMo;'.'ind Wilburn Patrick, , 7-year-qld..'daughter of Mr! and. Mrs. James Patrick, and another son, Jerry.Patrick.4. Killed in the pickup truck were William Miller, 17,;of nearby Jay- em, and. Harry Hatfield, if,' also of, Jayerii. ; ; ; ' ' . ' ! "The Patricks were on; their way to spend-the Christmas .holidays Will Mrs. 1 ; Patrick's parents, Mr. and Mrs'.;..Pearl 'Brittain, High Split,.-Har'lan'county'. " . ' · · ' " Salinas, Caiifi-; Couple -. Convicjei .of. Swindling /DENVER W'i-'Calvin"P. and Ruth' Lane Davis ol. Salinas,,Calif..; were convicted iate-Wednesday by « ; U. S.. District Court, jury of swindling four, personal friends o( Mrs. Davis of $14,000 in a bogus itock sale'In'. IMS; '·',.- .' " l " ' ; : A.secret gfaifd'jury indicted the couple in 1952 'with.transportation of "falsely made, forged and counterfeited" .securities in Interstate commerce.;··= ..} ': - . - . ; ' ,-"f-- - Davis nd hi wife ire liable to m a x i m u m prison terms'of 20 years land fines totaling, $20,000 each. They surrendered to.authorities at Los Angeles laii April. ::-·; :-}. Victims of the' slock sale were identified as three dentist brothers, Drs. Charles K. Phillips,-Ray.SI. Phillips' arid Roy A. .Phillips, and Adrian F. Maguire, all of Denver. Crop:Dusteri '.^/' ' · Frontier Service ;·.' .· Flight 5errice',.i;''"'.' Aircraft Sales . v' · ·- \, ^ Adulls Regular Prices,. Kealiives at 1:53, 3:55, 5:57,'. . 7:59, 10:00 Also! " · · · . 'EMPEROR'S PENQU1NS' "Huriflng Thrills" Ncwji!.-

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