Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 27, 1955 · Page 1
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^ *^i;Sijfc^ --. 1 'A I A. · ·-':.-· ^ ·.' -Mflst-ftsT betweem 6 and; ;o'clock\it; yoiT fail- to ·reeeiT*--ybnr'- f ."·-I;- : '·· .··· '·'' : i' : ··: · . ': -copy of- lh«. .Tribut-e, and oh* will. b« delivered. : , ··!·.\ ! (l ··'· o';.':,.;.' -:'; i':",-.-..: I ^^^ late . Monday.', 'added-;' '. . a m e s V . t o / t a e y i l r e a d j p - . ; 1 - ·· record. tally,' in'aklrig :UV"'eight "Jfor.l , - '· the Christmas holiday ^weekend T ' , oiivEe iii^Gaif . and -/4W; for the ^ year;;' Tile /19S5: toll Ms 17 more t h a n t h e worst 1 ' ' ' previous', record" In 1936 'and'cb'rhv , pares . \vith ..380 jat" this .- point '.in Are Shattered By THE ASSOCIATED 'PRESS \The', loss ' of -:life .In .traffic, ac- .eidehls in the natiun's long Christ. rn'as-i'weekend · broke: -all -holiday ' ' '- ThVfinal tabulation Tuesday, in eljiding' delayed" reports, 'showed 605, traffic deaths. There -yere 68 Deaths'in fires .and.105 from:.vari : .ous' other accidental causes.. The over-all'total was'778. " : -. . The-"?ulelide of 1855. will go down in'-history:as; the first time, in any holiday period, that; motor vehicle deaths,-reached 600.' .' : ' '*·.' ·:"HoW much longer," asked the · · N a t i o n a l . Safety"-Council,' "will a civilized .nation.endure'.'such mass mayhem?" 1 ' · ' . , . . . -It 1 expressed the. hope .that: the . staggering'statistics: w i l l - f l a s h a go-slow'signal to'motorists in th^e New · Year'weekend. ' · · ' OU Hil'May R.cord 5H , \. :-Th« old'record for'tr^ffic death's during: any holiday period was .es'- tabllshed, during'.the',longer; fou'r- . day-celebration in 1952.-'It-was 556. -. .'The 1955jCKristma's weekend also set- a jHew 'record for= the number of 'accidental-.deaths', of .all\typea . during : a : three-day Christmas pe: iiod.--The 1 , fo'r'mer'record \»as'.es- . tiblished'ln.l?'5b..It'was'7'34.-. ' Fiv«' rriVn'biinidn' · r«icu»Vmiiiin rn ' 'Eurtka". Thiir motor.»t«l[«d;'ind Hw boit.plunstd imill boat atnic.it m** ditist«rthim««lv« on th» bickwirdt in »h« rapMi. A HIM thrown frenvsrtdr* ·' iil/RI«r. r»ir; L«ttfa,..Calif.,;l,l;mlki«"'· »'6uth'.'«f'['.. siv«l.tf^rh. (AP Winphotp). -, ;.., . . _ ; .-;-;., ., , v . ' ,. ,;|rhe?5 countinK'-''period . '-· enriitiias k :w«k5nd ' this year, be- · ·'_,· f in': «t l » 'p.m. . (loc al time) ' Frid jijr r and, ftid^d at midnign'f'-Hofidayi -It;iJ!Veckoned;as-'three-'dayi;-':al T tiioliigh ..',to«" ; actual'-; time .'was' 71 ..hburs.'^'Y ' ' ' - ' . ' . .' , 'V. 1 *.:{-' .!The .'all : time record -··forHacci- ' · dental deaths of. all', ..types 'Vai ·let -.in ,lhe; 'three-day ·'Tridependenc'e Day hoiiday; period this -'year. The total wai SOS: " - " " DENVER. 1 -!* ^-"Colorado's .Put? .lie, Utilities .Commission .''announced Tues'd a y : it'-'will ·' permit' the' Union Pacific Railroad - t o - abandon- two passenger''- trains /daily between Denver and. : JUlesliurg'. '·.'"; '-^ ': : Th'e 'trains'] may ; Be'-taken- 1 off Feb.-1, the commission'ruled. 1 - ' ' · : The 1 Ira ins; affected run'between North'/Platte^arid-Denver,' but.the Colorado commission only over the route' within "trie"'state. 1 · · ' · ' · ;·-The trains/are : No. K, westbound which leaves North Platte at 3:10 a.'m..daily and reaches Denver at 8:50. a.m.,-.arid-train.-No.- 86,- eastbound; leaving Denver;"aU«;p'.;m. and reaching North Platte at 12:45 aim.- a-.'. ·,!.': i.T^l -' - ' · - . , ' . Stofn Mid*.at Sttrlint'and La Sail* - /The"'only ; regular 'stops;!made by the trains ;in' Colorado 'air*' at Sterling and'La'Salle.' j:~ '·'·'· ' : .The PUG '-found '.that. the'tralns are operated 'at."an out b( pocket loss 'of 'approximately $19,000 per month" by;the railroad.: ; Here.-we-have'Vrailroad-.'seek- ing (authority, to make .-certain langes," ; the'-.commisston ' said, which' : ih the'ppinipri of ^management will result in'substantial say- igs" in operating costs'.and .elitn- late losses 'to' the · railroad- on~ : a egmenl ;.which,' Has?'been J.ab'an- ohed'by.the^public ,»»;'»'.'.traris- * ,· , i - - _ _ ; «,!.· i. :L L'«J-4l.n '. ·';·' Thru'p«ri«ii .wt'» it'op Hhis car wh»n it w«»;firit ipohid.vir-;. ' hill!/ lybmergta -in''* sWi.'rW-.iit yubV.CitY, Calif.-, b/.*:Navy ; bjllcoptVr on i niciM'inl'ulon.'By th* tim» rh* coptti^ rtachtd th« · L ·»«*·' ooiy'rh* wcimih'ind imil!,b»r r*rrialn*d.,Th»y w«r« rnc'ind 1 ' A W i r t ^ ' - ' ' : 1 ' . : · . . · , ' . - V . '-'·; ;.-.-.-Known Dead with 19 Missing as Floods Near Calif. Delta Area Santa Fe.'N. M.; ; - Stale' patrolmen ^reported,-John started 'fq"..walV'-crpss. U.iS.-:i60 about:a-:mile west':bf ;-Fort?Gai: land ;,'ahd-'.was'. ..struck":.'by. · a · car driven'.by.', bm'er EmahueV. Guirig- richi, 40,-iof-Alamosa. 'John'-was walking'acr'p!s' r ;ttie road'diagonal-- ly -behind r a h aulo' travelling "the opposite Direction and .Guingrich . did'nptj'see- him in time, to'stop,; officers; said.':"' , f l . "".'' ' ' '- - .-i' · The trarfic'toU'MCWded^the'pre; hbUday-:«stimate': ; ni'ade by-.the N*- t'ional Safety. '.Coinoil. 1 .-'It. had: pre : dieted '560: -Americans ,'would be killed in ; mb'tpr mishaps over the 78-hour'period'. ~ { :'' .,. ·'. - · : ' - Safety experts · werei appalled by · the -total and termed-;the:)M)liday "Black'.Christmas." , . : : . ; . -:-.· · PI,cord Is Frithhmlnf - '·' 'laid Council - President; Ned H. Dearborn: ."We 'may have dreamed of a white Christmas but we have'made it:bUck" with'-a record;-of'· death, ' destruction ''and disaster..,on the . highway by-.'which'· no.'American can-be- anything'but ;de'press.ed, ashamed.and frightened. S"We .can only hope, t h a t . the .'· shock of this tragic'Cand needless · toll .will h'av* a sobering ff*ct ever .th*'new:'year'«-holiday arid ihrpughout.l956.'V' ; '-. ''· .'·'.,''; . . On De'c'.-'l/wheir the' natioir.'pb- . served ';the ' second annual'-:.Safe Drivin'gi'Day,' there ;were 69 jtiaf- fic dealhs'in 24,hours:'ln the first ]0 mohths:'this year.'traffic fatal- ities.hav«,'"'average'd 102 per'day. M4 DtMi in Non-HolidtyWMktnd . . . j . - . r ' ·--·; " . The'Whlte. House aHn'ounced-; this' Tuesday .as 'the. President' coof erred in.hii 'loHice^-'with' 1 -.Secretary'',at State^-DtUlesl'iapd -G«h: VNath'ah Twinmi,^ JUr..F6iree jchltf; at | stiff.-. Press Secr'etary' jarnts. C. : Hagerty declined to.discloie the ' ' '"Tbe- StAte of the :Unk« messigV will-:.be re'ad; td v -jthe';Se'nate. and House:Uiis 'year(byicl*Hts because Eisenhower' still is ;recuperating from, his 'Se^t. M-heairt ; attack. :.; '· For the'Jast three years the President has'- personally 1 : read .to. - the lawmakers the mess'age^which outlines; the' administration's -i*"ii»- tlv'e.'program;--:-' : ' : :-.-.' The White Housej alsp'^discldsed Tuesday'the'Presidcni;and Dulles', at a'.conferehce Monday,'discussed in a ""very-'.'general r -Way"- rthe Christmas'. me«sage, of .-Pope -Pius XII calling ,fo"r world'eUsarmamenl and; an-'end'.'to -testsv of atomic weapon's.-:- '-y-'·'',"';-".'=·'?.;-·'.·.'., ! -t f , Hagerty: hadjnb' .comment-:.*hen asked. about;their-.re|cUon'-,tp:the. Pontiff s' proppi als'..-' / L .V -V; ^. ·_ '-; · "In their 'conversation·.yesterday th'e'P'residerit 'and-the secfeta'ry of s I ate did discuss in', i' very,' general way-^and' only.in' a' very.- general AN. FRANCISCO Wl-The : nood danger,, area .- in 'California ,Tues- dky shifted -"to., the San Joaqiiih River .delta · region" near t the inland, port.' df ' Stockton, v 70 '.miles ea'sl-of'San^Francisco..'?'',';!; !' " '.'.' I'.Conditions^were reported' critical " - the" , sparsely , lying . delta.a region .·.' -Two"'j isl anisj Empirei : Tr»ct 'and! Venice; ' were feiise officials in "Yuba Ciiyv-had warned .the Feather ,,wouU crest at 7 a.m. Tuesday, and flpwUhro'ugh ihe;same .cut. which.. flooded/ the town . of , 8,500 . pc ople last '.v^eek ..N .' .Mayer"'said'-. Joe W.' Sandersbn, couhcilirian'f and ; ciyil: ' defense^cg' " 1 ' inundated/-- 1 - . . . - . . - ., i Army ; En glheer a ;' at; Sa'c'ramentp ^aid ; ;--the"-'delta- "irea;.i:-"came iroughV'i Monday.., n!ght;aj.;far-. as hey. knew,- : but'.- -'' lliey|rej;gqing fp »|against ^^ft_ag"'a'ifoda'yi l1 '.'-iV?:'y. :~ ' ' ' ' but with the loss;of theVmail-con- tra'cU-yefy 1 -: substantial '·'operating lo'ssesi-were.';incurfed;.-;_!· i '*and"i i piclurVi hiy.lf*ri p.lic»d in th« «»lfrlum tn.*· fifth.fioor ::·« H* h«pilil. : .thi'picnir»V»rt iii acMitiMi.Hi th« morxy Miss Viii. jDyri»-b.qij«am«d« Hw'hoipH 1 *!.'·' -4 "·'--·' ··'. ^'···-^··' }'· '.SV- · : -, MiiVVan'Dyn* dWi t.ttM'"iopital'S«pt;~ this yiar'it rh« »»·' .. ti,77. !: fn b»r yeunsir a«y» ih« Mel li.ushf. hi H» Cr*il«y':poblle'" · schoots -and hicT Mry*d -as dlrtctor »» ,w«K«rt -wh«fi..tti* ; w«Hir« ^ , : «"ii*iify";w«'i' unciirwhat,wii known a«^A$i«lit«l Rilkf, a'.privatf -· Be Colder With . hblidayjperiod.-- . the weekend o Dec. 9-12.' The count! sh'owed- 364 motor fatalities in the" 78-hour pe-. ' riod.. - :','--'i · ·:"· '-'" ' In the two-day. Christni as holiday in 1954-^coyering a'period-:of 54 hours^there : ; were - 39Z .traffic deaths, :63 'killed;.. in'- fifes, and 60 killed in 'miscellaSeous'.types'of ac' cidents/ an. over-all total of 515.-" ' Weather, condition, '"at the 'start «it the long weekend, made driving hazardous .in : many section^ of the " country.- ' : ,V\ ' '··'- .i.'-V 1 .. -'., · " '···- · : J,5»» Actid«nH in Chrcigo . In Chic»go?',wher« H.,persons were killed,' there, were more than 2500 auto: accidents, and' 92 ·per- sons were ; arrested; for. drunken driving.' ·-'·V'.-'i''yo-1-;".-.T : . . . ·Deaths ki the : states in traffic, fires trid miscellaneous class: .-.·;,- : -Alaba'ma' T: 0 1,"^ Arizona 5 1.0, Arkansas » 0 5, · .California 47,l;5, Colorado 8'0 0, Connecticut 10 3 0 Delaware '4 2 ' 0, : Florida"! 20 -I '4 Georgia 21 0 2, IdaKo 2. 0 0, Illi uois 40J3 5, Indiana ' t !5 0 4, Iowa - 8 1 2; i .'-·. -'V ; -.'. r .- -. - . --Kansas-lC -0-8,- Kentucky 8 0 0 ' Loiusiaha 8 2 1, Maine 100, Mary land 12 « ^'Massachusetts IS 4.0 Michigan.'*! 7 :J, Minnesota -7 0 2 · Vissis'srppi io'2-0, Missouri 17 i; 0 Nebraska 3 0 0, Nevada 3'6 0, New - Jersey^U 5-2; *'-ft.V f H";A^i; ' New^York' 27^10 8, .-New, Ha mp- shire if'?. fl',; New- Mexico. J, 1 ; 0 ' ; North 'Carolina '', 13 . i- «, r North : Da kota r.«': 1,' Ohio' 40 1 »,'Oklahom -' u;*i,i.6re«OB T-'i.T, -' Taiala ' ·» t ' lavlk Ccmlau 'epe'i/meis'a'ge.,..-';-;-.' ' Montana Had;N6:Dea|hs tficv Over; Holiday^ ; HELENA,' Mont.'«i--^'For -the bird three-day "holiday of 1955, this hird: largest state, in the nation epprted..proudly, a deathless 1 tr'af- ic record. : Driving .'was.' treacher- Kis in -,-Monlana'highlands'.'due" to ce'"and"'snow.'.l-' j/:.-' j* - ' '..···'·' '· Montana": got '· b'y-T the . v Membrial and Ijbpf holidays .with'no deaths. However.^iu' over-all traffic toll i a s ' h it - 229 deaths ·-- .which" will x. its .'second .worst; year. The ia)brst''was 1953 when^250 persons were killed;;'-' ; --.V-'i'-' ''.'·; ·-1 -'·''' '-·No other violent deaths-were re; reported in ithei.Christm'as holiday.; H ' By'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spring-like 'weather : . in ..Colorado and : southern'- Wyoming ..will i give way tp cooler fern perafures Wednesday: and; general;' snows :will' strike the v ; 'area :. ( about -'-Saturday," 'the JVeath'ef' Bureau : forecast'Tues*da'y: v,Sk'ies, will be 'partly Jcloudy over ttie" -,two /. states "Y-Tu'esdayy and Wedne s'd ay j : \yith . sc altered : ; sn ows in th I, mount ains. -Widely ;sc atterec light'.' showers': or snows.: are ( ".'fp're- castltfo'r-.th'e' -fo.wer; elevations o: the Western Slope of.Cplofaiio. ! / 'felw light'- showefs'r'at' lower.'eleva lions'; in.-; Wyomihg;-are. -predicted ^Trinldkd's. 6^-:.was .the highesl.it Coforado ^Monday'- and -.the coldes' overnight 'reading was i: above: a Frasciv- Wyoming's maximum was is', at Douglas : " arid; the; minimum reading "at'a .weather station 'was 23"-t'.SiierIdan.'_ · ' " · ' . : ' ; : . - '-, Hepr'eieht at'iye' .- hi ghs · and - low! Colorado included: Denver 6i 2S, · Colorado'. Spring's \ 58-29 1 t^ ad , · . ville 48 : 24, Craig 51-35, Pueblo 63 2S, La Junia:61-30, Ala'mosa' 51-12 Gran d · Jun ction ' 58^40. r ;:-,·- ' ' : Wyoming,-- Rawliris 48-36, Springs 43-37,-' Cheyenne 55;3p, Lar amie 50-41, .Casper 51-42. : DALLAS I* rr J. C/pwens fouha' four-month-old liohes's with a hpl ; Die in Azores ) :'l,AGE.NS,;. Aiores. .tsland.V UJ -. Two U.S. Nayy.,airmen were^.killec and .-'two .others; seriously injure Sunday, night'.wnen'; their ",lwin-e' gined lransport-bo'mber"erashe"d'w the Azores'.'; i': 4,- Tennessee.*.'! ,S,',TexiS SS 5 J2; Utah 3 0 0 ; . - l '· ;'.YermMit 2 0 1,' Virginia' 20 0 2, Washington S: 1 1,' West i-Virgmia 7 0 ·.iWiKbaism 1;0 6,: Wyoming ' M«tzict'e{'C«hiaBMii ' away..-',- -·,:\4-ix-f£*;jrr v -·;·.·'. :' Officers.' .at the.. field; s"a id tr c aus*;' of :'· the ~-Vcc ideiit .-.^w a s ·: n known,-but'they suggested-e|th bad · weather conditions or: 'erigi trouble · might;,b*-, hl.amed.-. = · ..Namii'of.'.toe'Ticti-ns.wert a 4-AL^jj' :'.'.''? i " ':·*: '· ··"· ' . irbbably would be flooded at about le ianie -depthV'as-the '.previous gh level' 1 which : left : high- water arks' ' t Bix/ f .-feet iup '.'the sides 1 .' of ius.es and dumpecl..some I \)f them ocks'.-'iisay :' from' ['their '.. fp'unda- - - 1 " ' ' ' " '" ^ _ . \An 'Arrny.'spokesma'n.'said .there : danger ·: spots'- j'all- through C.U9. l ..UA- i *4^u1 t W k l ^ t k . ' - U i a V l . . . . . . . . . . . , rSanderson^said- :hls_-. announ'ce- ' " he ide - at- . 2 -p.m,^ would -. be . higher Owh-Mdnday'sf '··^· .-" i '":'- I -.' l: ' ·': V ...Yuba \ City - Hood .; situation ' ' - meanwl tli the-Feathe ' ' dieted 'lair ^Weather--fo^' ,thft / lir ^ - ' ' ' ..'.- ^Weather ';'. :/·;' ,; Temperature ;at' Z^p.in. '[Tuesday, · .-'-.':' : ; i 1 ' " : '-"·' ' ' · - · ' Local for 24 'hours ending at. 8 m. '] Sunday i^igh, 67; low,- 27. nding -at 8 a.m. Mondayj^high, ; i'low; '27. 'Ending at 8 »'.m. ·uesday; high; 53; low/26.; .' ," ' ; lqradov-Partly^ cloudy through ednesday; · scattered ,- s ri q'w s ou'ntainsV.yidely.f scattered : light lowefs^pr snows lower .elevations 'estem Slope" Tuesdayinight -'and r ednesday;i c d l d . e r . northwest \ifesday; night-- and -over most of he state- Wednesday; : locally : gusty inds "afternoon)!; ' low": Tuesday ight SrlO'irnountains;! 15-25.- north- 'est .. to '.' 30s. .-southeast; ^ «. high - p'uthea'st.; : 30s -_nortHwe«t to] 50s ' J / i - ..... Wyomingi-Partly. cloudyithrougn Wednesday"; ;* scattered .--, s'n"6 w s mpuntains';V a [ f e w 'light- showers pwer -Lei^v'atipns -jTuesday; tscat- ered .snow.. flujries ( ' Tuesday -hlgljt nd": Wednesday;''' tum'ingV'.cplde'r br'ihwest^' ; Tuesday ' afternoon; older -.'over 'the'' -state' '.Tuesday light and Wednesday; windy.Tues- lay'and in south' portion' Tuesday ight - and : Wednesday; . low Tuesday night, 5.-15 'mountains; 20-30 ower elevations ' highv.Wednes'day 30s -'west rand': north to. 40s s'outh- yerp'rpyides daily train ser^'lce to tHe Brea. and-it said that: the com ^a'ny anticipates ,a.. fl.a'g.;.i.tfp. iat Fort Morgan for the streamliners, ''- The" actioJAfoliow'ed a"' Hearing · f' Sterling ' several ;months'-_agq. j : .; .-.'v!-' 1 '* ·''.'· ; .,^ -- ; ' " ; .'S · iAbairforiment'o* 'trains 85 and 86 will^ elimiriate · local, i service . for poin ts ; between ; periv'er .' arid 1 . Jules- birgV. Neither Strain- carries, mail.) . '!No:i «5,'- from-; Omaha, to Denver, arrijes at''£'a Sail* "lit, 9;04.a. m. and departs at 8:14 a. m:-,,while No. S6, from Denver to' Omaha, arrives .'a't-IJi Sap at 6:52 p / m . . and deparls'-at-6:57 p'.-m;'--' ;·:, '· ^ · : Train' 85 stops. at Sterling 'and on signal :,'at ', othei- . points between Julesburg . and I.a Salle : ! and " itpjps at 'Brighton. lo.'let off paying passengers '-'from point ?seast !oi La Sa.lle. It ar'rtVes in.-D«nv«r'at. 10:20 ai'm.--: '·'·'., ;-\ . . : : . .' ·'·'·".:' 'Thl ·Omaha-bound..: train ;leayes Denver 'at 8 p. -m.,' and makes-stops p'n : request '-at f'Dur/oht,! Ha'ielttoe, Henderlpn,' Brighton, IFort .-Luptpn, !pn'e,,PlaiteyiUe,.Giicrest and Peck- lam to' take" on 'paying passengers for 'points ejsf of Julesburg. ·.,' .', Beyond. La rSalle'to Julesburg; it slops .to let off paying passengers frdm/penyer.'.dr. beyond;', also to take_ 1 ori"'.passengers' j for/poirilfs' 'east ofXlulesburg. "-^7- '' .' '^ ··-V'T". .-' - . Elim in atipn " of -'. thf? two", train s would leave the City .of .Denver as the.'o'njy.'direct passenger^ train between Deriver'and Omaha. -.···' ; : It' makes' no ;stops''except al : La Salle and"Sterling : between Dertver and'-'jiilesburg. It makesrsto/j. at tfregori' .was · sl [omia [v'"from ] o . - . . . - . "Vigil was catapulted 80 feef' from I his overturning car and two torn-' panlons; were injured Monday eve-"- '" ning'when the Vehicle'.went, off al - curv«i-ln v y. ,S! ISO half : - a , mile ! . west of Pa'gos'a-Springs. Vigil lost? control" on a'/downgrade. and th«! car plunged pv'eran ; eight-fopt em-.n bankme'nl^ike-na'trdl, reported.' . *· \Vigilidled;about sixrhoiirs..later" 5 at^Me'rcy Ho'spitai. s in' Durahgo. '. Heyes Apotiaca,'2*, one of ·Mi; companions,'falso .was. t h r o w n ; clear. He w'a's.reportecl in^criticalJ on'dition at the'same hospital. That hifd.man^ Benny'. Porlillo,-23,-,wi* eated for'multiple cuts.-. Appdaca^ . " "" ' merit -was "based /on' an .·'.estimate f the FeatHer,Riyer,level received. tybhiittie U; · S: ; Af m y" Corps 'of En?: [irjeers '.at ;'Sacramentp.,-, x '-;,./. :"·.'.- · -Dr? FV 'P. Wisn'er' 5 ^'Gr'af.Wa't h( . Fort Jlorgan only : for, passengers for Omaha 'arid, beyond. Coming west; it stops 'at 'Fort '-Morgan .to. let off passengers from Omaha or east. - , ' . - · · X ' · · *· FIVE DAY; FORE(jAST '/ : ... f r Colora'dq: ; Temperatures will av ; erage near' seasonal7wilh 'cooling rend; -.'cooler; 'Wednesday - ;'and Thursda'yi' and .again,abput Saturday;- :.scatfered i snows ' mountains, showers : or.siipwi'lower elevations WesiernfSl.ope, Wednesday; general · snpWy'about \ Saturday.. ; - - Private PjlolyT.uc'ky' :'" ; /.CtlSHING, Okja; Wr^The mah- orm. .wh Ich r la'ited · more. than · Bek.'-.. - : «·'.-'-:''.·.'..·-··" .. ' . . ·.r: - )» Ar» Miiiini. ''- ' ' :fCalIfornia":'had'"'ae'"dead" - ana-"at Ieast'-'"19 ' o [hers rpre'sume'd 1 , dead. Oregon -had .-12 .dead,' including .a family;of Stkilled'.by a ^mudslide at'"'theVcojistal r to'wn i pf--Remotei inda'missirig.'·;.'·./. -"/·-. ''·*·: jf'Xt yuba!City;;a. peach growing commun'it'y''about. 100 -'mUes northeast of San Francisco the Feather River sent water about a"foil" deep into;- : th"e southern portion of the city\Tue'sday. : /- i ' . ; ' , . = i , ^ ' ;.:,.-,-. 'iSome 7,800 residents were driven f r p m ^ Y u b a ' City last week! and none'ji»'d/returned.', : - ' . '·fCre'stVd'f the- Feather River arrived "ea'rlie'r 'than expected Tuesday 'b.utt,was not ,as.,sever* t as anticipated. . . \ ?. ·' · ~' ,": V,Batil« To;Rtp«lr.L'«v»« ·j ·-.. ? · JConstriictiph '·companies ' mean- While t6iled"'to i-epair a' half-mile Ipng-.b'reak In'lhe Feather River levee, : and a-weakened portion in the-levee· 5-miles north : of -Yuba City:.: .'...'...'.::'.:·..·.·..',.;, ...; . · Other flooding w»s feared in the rich-dejfa , area, just east of San Francisco Bay,where record flood waters from the mifihly. Sacramento : a n d ' S a n Jpaquin; Rivers'.are racing :to'.the_ sea; ;-'·'. . ·Damage' was ·'eslltn'kled ' conservatively at-IN) million doUars. ' ' ' 5,000 Families NMd Aid : JBUsworth ,Bunker,;National Red Cross. preside nt,' pred icted,betw ecn 4,000 and.S.OJO families-would look to'his org'anization'for "long-time" aid. He sald:he.had. assigned 115 trained -'disaster staff men to the flood'district.: .'-. . Pele'rson,' federal civil der fehse administrator, and high to theJPjic'ific'; where they~spa'wne'dj kaV.ing?.l»hind 'death^'rnu'd.-a'nd i rflass|v*;."job L of rebuilding 1 . ' / . i '·. Rairi:feiron: the, flooded ?reas of northern'.and ccnlral California for the ninth-straight day Monday. It was. a-normal-winter: rain,, nothing like ;the. torrents that set Drivers 6n':a"rampage last'week. '· -. -',The"death:coupt stood at a minimum -43 for - Califprhia and Ore; gon-i-with' 37' of;''the dead'iii; Call-, forhla. An accurate'count was almost impossible; · communications were slill tangled and reports of missing 'persons remained--to 1 be checked'put.'- . V . , ._;, . ·.:,;·' '"Damage 'esUmatcs 'lof'alcd:more'j'^ c ^ than:i50 million dollars .and con-' """' and Portillo"_also"fare from.Santa .'Holiday'deaths' were''tab\ilate4j : · for the'"period .between * p.m. Fri-j \ day and .rflidnlght''Monday.: · -'.'H ^' Other weekend victims listed by\ -.·- he"patrol"yjrefe: ·";'"·-"^-^\t : ~ - ! · · . ^ - -...Ro'y:,\ictp? ..Gustafspn,' 40,'^andV' : »,-· : off.b«- :J -' ? -" : ·"·-··'-'·- '-'-'· Drcen, of * Aryad. . - . ^. . , . , , , · 'Mrs.' Bessie 1 ^'Gustafspn, -50,' of. . 4863 Quilirian street,-.died ,lri a two-; car.' collision at Spcer :Blyd., andj Larim er s treet. Her husbahd, Hpyj ·V. GustafBon^-'49,':-:drlver J of, ori«. of the cars, .died'fa Denver.'Gen-, eral hospital later.' - .V.'- · ' " ' ; ' · '.The"driver, of the other, car,' George.' Zam'bra,.,33, of. 2219 Gjen- ., a r m ; PI.,'.,was. Jailed b'yv.Denvcr| · police, on - n - charge--of-'opera'Jng tinued rising.,1 .Authorities feared .more ,bpd!es , . , might be found in Yuba! City', a 'community "of ' 8,OW ' : ab6ut.::.120 . *·-;: (Cpntlnued pn^fPaga -7) ·'--'.-.'-. AF Sgt. Vanishes ' ' hisjprlvate plane, on Ukepff,Mon- day: arid walked away/just .before the two-seater burst into -flames. He suffered only a broke"n r nose and face,cuts. ..-, .;· ;"--^;.' / . i V. S»rvici» for HiH!« Davis . ;Funeral services for Mrs,''Hattie Davis,' 70, : of Odessa,' Tex., who died Monday at .Weld County Gea- «r'»"l hospital,''..will, be held ,at.'2 o'clock TJiursday at Gsilatin, Tex; Mrs.- t'.payis , was:;, f.pendlng. ..th'*. Chris(mis i holidays'.h?re' v: with', : 'a daughter, Mrs. J. H. Riyes\. Maeys~ was in. chargf of local arraofcf i-i_«_- · - ~ - . f : 4 . .- - -· ·:,·--·.--,- in Greeley Dist. V :/.-*',·£· ·''v-.v.'v:.- 1 -'/'::^, MaximuTn temperature ln : . Oneley^ Monday -was 50 .degrees; above zero. For' the 2'. hours endih'g-at 8 . Monday 'high was 58. degrees ''' ' and-low-was -Tfie'fe waS some high' clo'udine* ; .- . Weld County ·is now btr« ofsnow. There' are. some deep mudbolts'jh side roXds in'the country,: ' ' /,- / y ' ' -.' ' ·' y '' Home: for Clirisdnas : ", ---,.- JP\W --.-Buster'ICeat ^ the~froMiT : faced comisdian who. ha'd .been' critically ill; recovered sufficiently, fo? spend''·· Christ-, hfas^ aV- hpme.r-H« was- itrlcken: with a iuro-uiUrii»al; ailaMpt :'o« Army offici.ils set, out on a two- ii ce . day ,lbu,r of three'northern Cali- fprnl'a" areas' ravaged, by floods.: · / / ' I intend to go'but a~rid"gct~niy feet -wet," 'Peterson told . Gqv. Knighf Monday at a conference ca'llea to'.discuis. federal aid. ' T h e party, "using a n ' A i r Force transport plane, will f l y - u p the witer-soaked " Sacramento Valley for an on-the-spot survey pf Marys- ville,.which'c'scapedidatnage^.and Yuba City. Continuing lo' Eureka, the'group pla'ns"a helicopter tour of the ; Hu'n-boklt-Del No'rte"afea.' It'- will -return^to'·Hamillon 'Air Foree,B.ase/near San Francisco. ·'.ISAM FRANCISCO'Ln'-V' Calif or-' nia 's, f! ood -.waters, swell ing a g ain from fresh .ralns.t'surged idown again.!M6oday night on ~stricken Yuba City 120 miles northwest o( here and were expected to'reflood the town by early Tuesday. · "Tlhe waters rolling across the flat Central Valley · and · draining into 'the Pacific left an estimated death toll :-ot ,'41, thick layers ,of^n arid, a - rebuilding^ Job. from, stn eifn Oregon to Mpnterc'y Bay. Nine wiere dead in'Oregon.. . FAP Correspondent John Mayer at Karysville,' sister.city to Yuba City oil .'the iffoUen'Feather Hlve'r, r«r fortad ; )(»d«y. night that civil, de After Accident BERLIN ".(fl --'/An American Alr'\ Force -.' sergeant '. from '-Paris who' visited Berlin over Christmas had disappeared in the Soviet Sec tor. of. Berlin after..ah. automobile accident, U, S. officials disclosed Tuesday; ' The Army said . M. Sgt. Mike Kliman .of Brooklyn, -N. Y., 'was involved In a 'crash Monday nigh and. was last . seen 1 , being UHcn from a hospitarby Communist po- Preliminary:inquiry failed,to Ip- cate.X!'" 13 " 1 ' 5 .whereabputs,_A-re 'quest' is being sent to'Uie Russian: to look in|o' the case. · Kliman, on duty, at Orly Field ii Paris, .visited his'Berlin-born'wif over' Ihe holidays and drdve'wlt: her to,visit;fmnds, in Ea'st Berlin in h i s ' A m e r i c a n 'car. "rh'e East German governmcn news agency,;ADM,.said Klimai was "drunk", drove through a sto] sign^and"caiised a'' cpUisiori wit an Ea'st German car. ' "^Xh A m e r i c a n Investigation showed, the Army said, the severa people i riding with Kliman,' we'r given first :aid : at an East Berli hospital and were then released. ;' An Army", spokesman] said Eas Berlin jCommunist police .told KU man he could recover his car b going'to police headquarters.'H has not been seen since, the o ficial added. . "^ , . East Berlin Communists. hav been .'assailing personnel of th Western .armed forces;.'since tw U/ S.,'soldier's:were'involved In brawl several weeks, ago. Thoug the Russians turned the men bac to the "Americans,' the .East Ge mans demanded that ."in tutur cases", Western 'soldiers .face tri vehicle while.under the .inflL- bf ' 'alcoh'bl.';.Police'. quoted; amora' as' saying' he _h'ad' con- 1 hied '!'10 - to ,20: beers"' earlier; mday, arid was trying'.'to cjpdg». : . nothcr 'car moving" the '· wring' ay on Larimer streel.wh'en his car; nd the.Qustafson auto collided. .-'· la "another ac6Idehf;'Nlcholas. J.'^ owe'r'si'''33, of Colorado': Springs'; as : decapitated: wnenj~.ha.vwaa.; · irown-through the-windshield of is'car oh.U: S. highway 24,-four: iles "east of Peytoij. State/Patrol-: a'a'n.' P.ichard Snackenbufg'_iaid, owcrs !pst control'. of the JtOj; hich 'swerved off .the"road, and; oiled 'fclb a ditch. ' · · ; Powers',wife, Mitzle,- 31, suffer; -d bruises and-shqcn.--.;,-/ i-: , '·; · Another death was recorded lat* aturday night.-Robcrt-P.Mabary,' 3, of Rahgely, was killed nin* iles easCof Rangely wh-'-. rV car truck a f horse on -hishway 67. There were two other traffic atalilies earlier Saturday.' ;. pecial Holiday Show of Uptown ^ osfponed . Club;; ^ School ; ' The special holiday sho'w for ohll-, dreii sponsored by the Ur;:wn.Kfc vanis club has had to be postponed; 31en Paul/ chairman of the 'club's ublicily committee said Tuesday.; The show was .originally, scSed- 1 uled for 10 a.~m: Wednesday at tha · Sterling jThealer*" Admission was o have : been 25 cents plusi an article'of old clothing.' The program n'cludcd a western movie and ea .ooni...";';-;;' "..';." V .'',!'';: l ' The club still plans to sponsor ihc show, Paul added, but it won je until,after the Grecley.schools open". No definite date has been'set, 1 Faul'sald. ' ' - ' , ' ' : · - - ' · : : ."',' - :; No Personal Injury. ; Mishaps, No'Fires -.· :! Over Holiday Here, ,; ;: Police report no persona!, ii.' Jury accidents in traific here over the Christmas' holidays. TherV, were .a number'-'of minor aulcn mobile accidents '.Including two hit and run incidents. ' :. ·'. .^j Fire department · receiyia-r ro ttlj Aurinr t*u. o£d2yi Mnoft. i, by.^n East. Gerriii^.cpurt,-^ . calli. *urin» a*. :-.pJid8yip

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