Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 20, 1957 · Page 14
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4 Farm Groups Cooperate after Mi «k PUC Grants One Natural Gas Hike DENVER W - Colorado's Pub- ,lic Utilities Commission granted Wednesday an emergency rate increase asked by one nalural gas company and beard similar requests from two other firms. It will hear a fourth application Thursday and a fifth at Greeley Monday. Lightning Kills I Injuries 40 at Fort Bragg New University William Girard Anxious to Marry FT. K.C. * - DENVER U) _ Representatives Usreemenl lo work loiethfr was of four major farm organizations!"ached al a meeting Tuesday appeared together before the Slate I^Shl sponsored by Ihe Keensbura Agriculture Commission Wcdnes-(Chamber O f Commerce day. seeking help in presenting _ y aionaay. r i. nnrtuu. .*,(.. '.fl -- T«-i Shortly after Commissioner Jo- Nortb Carolina National Gua.rds- Iseph Nigro completed hearings o n l m t n were kuled an d '°me 40 'applications of the Public Scrv- others nurt n " r Sere Wednesday WASHINGTON tfi _ Adventist University has been chosen as the name of the ntw Seventh-day Art- ventist L'niversiiy lo be located i o ( K K W YOHK " - Army S p s C the Wsshington area. I William S. Girard expects lo mir- ErnestD. Dick, former president i r - v his Japanese fiance* within a of the Seventh-day Adventist Theo- few da ' 5 ' " was learned here logical Seminary, will be president. H ' edne sday. The seminary will become one of * spokesman for Girard's itlor- I tivo major schools of the new in- ney ' L ' atl J - Carroll, said that nee- iiiulios. C5S " V papers were expected to Work will begin on the ccw cam- rc:ich Japa " Wednesday lo enabla com Shell Stakes Lyons Wildcat Right at Roggen hhell Oil company has slaked jice Co. of Colorado and a i I«ry. Pueblo Gas Co., the ;mission approved a rale in I south by Citizens Utilities Co., ·with headquarters at La Junta. I The PUC order aHows Citizens j Utilities to increase natural gas rales by 567,956 yearly, effective July 1, pending a decision by the the farmers' side of the^ori-e s'i't uation. Spokesmen, for Ihe Farm Bureau, Colorado Stale Grange, Farmers Union and Nalional Farm Organization, said they had agreed lo work logclher to present their phase of ihe picture lo the public. These four organiza- Uons often disagree sharply on what should be done in any farm program. "Farmers resent being presented lo (he public as parasites on the taxpayers for haviii" done loo .nTY'i "" Til 1 '",'!* nBS slalietl !"'·'"'";'»'' '" TM= wnolesalc rate good a job nf produclion of f M d l , n d r U k t ) n ° Ut dnllmg I 1 "" 1 " f° r b °°*' '" h c a r l n B s Ma TM 'he FPC. and fiber," the delegates said in i ? , y ° ns *TM A (esl in lhc Boggcn .,The PUC, in the Citizens Ulil- . prepared statement d 'l" cl ,. of J°" lh?as ! WM c °"^- i l .'!?. Co / TM Vas ' ? a i d ^ P^ce in- Paul Swishcr, slate commissioner of agriculture, said the stale pc commission agreed to help repre-lvi nigh! when two quick bolls of lightning struck in their bivouac violent electrical area during storm. The U.S. Army hospital here said injured Guardsmen were still being admitted hours after the bolls struck. OH duty nurses and doclors were mobilized lo lake · - - 1 - -- h o Ud-lalUIl LJJ lilc Federal Power Commission on a carc of l h c m request by Colorado Interstate A ho |bas Co. lo raise wholesale rates I 01 --.......u * u ^. T h i s firm is ihe supplier ol al] I S o n l e w "e burned. None appeared fiVC C O m p a n i C S . ' * n ^° ^nrlnncl.. k...l u- _ - : j The wholesale rale boost becomes effective July I on a lem- porary basis. The Colorado PUC is joining in to lhc wholesale rate ital spokesman said most trealcd suffered shock !-,..,- ..^re burned. None appea lo be seriously hurl, he said. The Public Information Office said Ihe bolb of lightning sU'uck in the heart ol the bivouac area of the 30th (Old Hickory) Guard Division just as the men were sitting down lo supper. The bolts apparemJy were only seconds apart, Ihe PIO said, bul sentativcs of Ihe farm organizations in preparing (heir m a t e r i a l by collecling sUlislical dala. The delegation said thai Ihe dislncl of southeast Weld Counly. llles c °- ruling, said the price in- ssconds "P"'. Ihe PIO said, bul a .job eigl The localion is closelv adjacent crease wiJI remain in effect "unlill 110111 a PP c ared to "spread across "I've be lo the town of Roggen. It is Prost l n a l d[1 lcrminatirn of the rales ITM E r ° " n d ^ a U directions, lhat Lucai peel Royalty company No. 1 in of Ulc Colorado Interstate Gas Co l k n o c k u I R down soldiers right and VcNichols NESW 5-2-02. The landowner is is made b . v »ie FPC, at which i lc "'" j asked him Testifies He Saw Plane Flying Low Before Fafal Crash CHEYENNE \m - A Cbeyenn man told a federal jury her Wednesday he saw a four-molo plane heading loward the moun tains (he day in 1355 when a Unit ed Air Linos craft crashed killin 66 persons. The jury is hearing a $250,000 damage suit against UAL brough by families of two. Nebraska lecn age boys killed in the Oct. 6 crack- .np against 12,000-foot Medicine Bow Peak about 50 miles west of Laramie. Robert II. Thomas, who stayed over night i n . a cabin near Woods Landing at the time, said (he plane "seemed lower ' than most ·planes going through lhat area." Woods Landing is near the Colorado border and on the east edge of the Snowy Range. Japan Has Fewest Typhoons in Years TOKYO UPi -- Japan is a regular target for typhoons but it came off pretty well last year. The Construction Ministry says typhoons, floods- and other disasters caused ,,_ ,, ul ^ ulil . B only $47,988,907 in damage, the blasts said radioactive'fallout had lowest figure in four -years. been negligible. Frank Eckhardl of La Salle, former slate legislator and prominent farmer and cattle raiser and feed- Two olher nil (osfs were announced Wednesday for Weld County. Pan American Oil Corporation will drill No. 1 Stale J in SWSW 25-1256 in the norlheasl corner of (he county on Rush Creek and L J Williamson will drill a J sand wildcat, Reagan No. 1, three miles southeast of Battle Canyon field in NENE 1-10-56. pus as soon as a decision is made on location, officials say. Adams Counly Dem. Raps Sieve About Jobs and Frederick DENVER W - A charge by A. D. (Andy) Lucas, youthful Democratic worker, lhal Adams county residents have been passed over for jobs neltled Gov. McNichols Wednesday. Lucas, a justice of the peace and president of the Nc'.v Democratic Club in Ihe suburban county, said "To the victors belong Ihe spoils but Adams county Is not get- ling its share." He said he even was promised ·job eight months ago. ] been trying to find a job :as is qualified for," Gov. said when reporters · · - - - * v, ai, W H I L I I time said adjustment should be reviewed by this commission and a delermination made of any re fund (hat may be due customers marriage of the soldier who is accused of slaying a Japanese woman on a U. S. military installation The lawyer's aid said Girard plan? to wed Haru (Candy) Sue- yama as soon as required documents can be processed. Coors Strike To Continue as Talks Collapse DENVER 01 - Negotiations be ween the Coors Brewery an triking members of United Brew cry Workers Local 366 broke dew Wednesday when the union walke. out of (ho conference. Robert Person, seerctary-lreas in-pr nf Local 3GG, said the union Thursday. June 20. 19S7 GREELEY TOffiUNE Pa*i Rep, Waller Says Congress Will Adopt Anti-Red Law Which Even Supreme Court Will Understand SAM FRANCISCO chairman can i a daily program, "Thii ·man ol Ihe House Un-Ameri- , T y . P ro S ram . Thu Activities Subcommittee said ' t" fTMTMTM- ']«? "'"^ " Britain Completes Its H-Bomb Blasts LONDON tfl _ Britain Wednes- lay night announced completion of its hydrogen bomb tests in the Central Pacific with (he explosion f a third Tjomb. As in its.two previous H-bomb ests in the Christmas Island area, the third blast o f . a nuclear deice look place at high altitude, the Ministry of Supply announced. The bomb was dropped from a Valiant jel plane. Previous lests blasts were on lay 15, when a bomb said to equal ne million tons of TNT was ex ; loded, a n d ' o n May 31, the big- est of the three. The test series puts Britain in Jie U. S. and Soviet nuclear bias ass. The IcsU look place in the,face Labor party and other opposl on at home and protests from broad especially by Japan. Announcements of all Ihree Would Protect All Crossings DENVER IA1 - Warning markers at all railroad grade crossings in C o l o r a d o , recommended Wednesday by the Highway Safety Council, would be very desirable, Gov. McNichols says. 'I've recommended this and endorsed he explained when -- I -.·- "*t£J'ulllt.u Y V U C l l asked for comment about Ihe decision, reached by. the council at morning session. The council decision would apply even lo crossings which are not on public highways -- such as the one near Vroman where 12 persons met death last week in Irak-truck crash. The council asked On Architects Board DENVER (A _ Eugene D. Slcrn- berg of Denver was appointed Wednesday by Gov. McNichols to a five year term on the Stale Board of Architect Examiners. He replaces Roland L. Lindner Denver on the unpaid board. Stocks Suffer Severe Tumble NEW YORK - The stoc the Public Utilities Commission to study the problem. Chairman Ralph Horton of the Utilities Commission, a member of the Safely Council, estimated there may be 11,000 railroad crossings in the slate. He suggested the problem of marking all of them might prove expensive. "If (here are that many crossing's," Gov. McNichols .said, "it must mean Ihere are a good many GREELEY SAT. JUNE ROSEDALE R E A L LIVE GIRAFFES1 JUNGLE-BRED RHINOCEROS! 5-TON TRAINED HIPPOPOTAMUS! 450 P E O P L E A C R E S O F T E N T S 218 ANIMAIS * $3,000.00 ?»ViHii TICKETS ON SALE: SHOWGROUNDS 9:00 A.M. -- FOR GENERAL ADMISSION SEATS --- ALSO GRANDSTAND SEATS -C O M P L E T E P E R F O R M A N C E S ! people crossing them. They should cross in the safes( way possible. 3 olice at Cortez told Man Wanted or Utah Killing CORTEZ (fl -- Cortez police said Wednesday night that they have rrested a man sought in connec- ion with the fatal shooling of a La Sal, Ulan, miner. The Cortez Police Dept. identified him as James W. Rodgers, 40. They said hs was armed with an automatic and rifle, but surrendered peacefully lo Cortez police when Ihey slopped Ihe pickup truck he was driving. San. Juan County Deputy Sheriff Ray McAlister of La Sal, 90 miles away, was en route here to pick up Rodgers. market, in a deceptively qu'n way, look its worst losses on ave age Wednesday since the year biggest break on Feb. 11. There was no dramatic news ·ause stocks to tumble and n Urong selling pressure on Ihe li is a whole. Volume t o t a l e d B moderai 2,220,000 shares compared wil 2,440,000 Tuesday. The high-speed ticker tape kej abreast of transactions al a times. But it was lale on Feb. 1 when Ihe market plummete through the long-standing suppo levels represented by Ihe lows i, 1956 in a purely lechnical decline The general range of losse among key slocks ran lo aroun 3 poinls or more. But the aver ages were lorpedoed by such loss es as 5W on Eastman Kodak, by American Telephone and 3Vi by Du Pont. A recovery movement among copper stocks was nipped by the news, that'Phelps Dodge and Ken necott had reduced Ihe price of tie red metal but the net losses in these slocks was only a poinl or so. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks droped $2.00 lo ;1B3.40 with the industrials down S2.80, the rails down $1,10 and the utililies down 90 cents. THE CAMFIELD HOTEL CRYSTAL ' DINING ROOM (air-conditioned) Thursday's Special 5:30-8:30 p.m. »n» .·..·^·n»li^,^ n ^ Cocktail or Soup Salad Camfield Dinner Steak Polaln -- Vegetable Rolls -- Butter Choice Beverage and Desserts iked him about the blasi. "I'mi;"" . very serious aboul l h a l " |bargaining commillee refused lo He said ho had discussed the l c o n l i n u c ne E°"al'ons when Uu c o m p a n y introduced demands which "would lake more lhan 100 jobs away from brewery union workers." "Coors is out (o wreck the un ion," Person said. "Economic is sues are not al slake. The union's existence Is threatened." Erwin Lcrten, Los Angeles at- lorncy and head of Coors nego- tialing commillee, told a press conference "unless Ihere. is a change in lhc allilude of Ihe union, there will be no need for future talks." Lcrten proposed earlier l h a t ne- Wlialion sessions be held morn- ng and afternoon in an effort to bring bolh sides together. The breakdown came after the bird of these sessions. The strike started 56 days ago. Lerlen said the company can continue operations under present conditions indefinitely and it has the right .to permanently replace striking workers. Person said the negotiations iroke down after the company demanded lhat the brewery work ers waive the rights of Ibeir mem- ners to make minor building repairs at the plant and lo agree !o sub-contracting beer deliveries in the Denver area. situation recently with Lucas and the latter's uncle, Frank Ciancio, long the unofficial "mayor" of Welby. "We have a merit system in this stale," lhc governor said. "What somfi people want me lo do is !o remove people from jobs simplv 01 because they are Republicans and give Ihe jobs lo Democrats, I'm not going (o do lhal. "When jobs become available and there arc no Civil Service lisls, Ihen we'll select qualified people lo fill Ihe jobs." "The spoils syslem is in direct contradiction lo the civil service system and I'm trying to make the merit system work," the governor added. Lucas also said McNiehoIs had been unable to obtain federal aid for Adams county and flood-stricken Frederick. "My efforts on behalf of ..Weld, Adams and Boulder counties for flood relief speak for themselves," McNichols replied. He asked the Federal Civil Defense Administration for $285,000, which was pared lo ?45,000 by the regional headquarters, then eliminated entirely when Washingtoh officials said a major emergency didn't exist. McNichols had asked reconsideration of the smaller request. City Owned Power Planfs Lose Bailie Against Taxation Special Today -- $1.50 from the California Dept. of Education, oullined results of re- Space Needs of Colleges Studied DENVER un - Colorado's state olleges and universities, the Slale 'lanning Division and the Legis- alure opened a study Wednesday ntn use of classrooms and Ihe space needs of sludenls. -..--.-..-.- ' """ '.,' Hubert H. Semans, a specialist We WlU do /' ght no »' Governor's Day . at Fort Carson CHEYENNE HI -- Dist. Judge 'rcslon T. JlcAvoy Wednesday reused to grant a legal action rought by 13 Wyoming commu- ilics seeking (o prevent the Wyo- ing Board of Equalization from ssessing their municipally-owned ectric utility plants. McAvoy said attorneys for the wns "failed lo slate . sufficient cts" why he should grant an in- nclion and declaratory judgment against the Board of Equalization. Brush Youth Heads Colorado Boys' Govf. BOULDER HI -- Pe(a IVohlauer ol Brush was elected governor of "olorado Boys Wednesday. His opponent was Danny Martin, Denver. Other officers elected by (he delegates attending the annual Boys State at the University of Colorado: Lt. Governor: Dewey Long o of stale: Jim Cotton even Ihe Supreme Court ·ill understand." The comment of Rep. Francis E. Walter (D-Penn) highJishted · lelevised session of the commillee al which a free lance radio performer refused to testily and was immediately suspended by his Co- invoked constitutional provisions lo refusing to testify. One, Sidney Rubin, «, a Marin county, California, accountant, said he was a former National Labor Relations Board employe in Denver and Knnsas City. Rubin, an associate processor o! ---· ^-.-f*..u^u uj iti 3 U.U- RnhiTi lumbia Broadcasting Svslsm sla. I ",, ' ' ,, -- - lion. ' economy at Oregon Sla'e from Television cameras, providing '° 1952 ' d " lbled '" regional coverage, were allowed in the hearing room in the face of a statement in Washington by House Speaker Raj-burn lhal televising of such hearings is against (louse rules. Waller said he'd have o Ret specific orders from Washington heloro he would ban TV. For the second Waller slraight voiced day, ---- 1 -- "."-.ujc-j ly answer when asked if there was a Communist group among Ihe NLRB employes ic Denver. He worked " · · ther 19J2. the examiner for nine months of ileasurc with decisions of tlic Su- iremc Court related lo subversive tivcsligations and Irials. Tues- lay, without naming the court outright, he differed with its find- ngs lhat a labor organizer who efused lo n a m e his associates vas not in conlcmpt of the committee. Wednesday, while expressing leasure over a witness who amcd 40 persons he said had ecn aclive in Communist party flairs in the San Francisco area hairman Waller called a "set ack of lhc momenl" the court's ccislon Monday freeing five Cali- ornia Reds convicted of Smith ct violations. Mrs. Dorothy Connelly, a fre- uent spokesman for a Commu- isl group in Los Angeles, was uoted Ihere as saying Ihe dcci- on was "the greatest viclory Ihe ommunist party ever had." Mrs. Connelly, wile of the edi- or of the Los Angeles People's World, a Communist newspaper, aid Ihe decision "will result in he rejuvenation ol the Commu ist party in America." "There is the challenge," Wai er said. "The Supreme Court decision is setback of the moment. I wanl o say lo Ihe Communisls that we ave accepted the challenge and re are going (o pass (he type of cgislation even (he Supreme Court vilJ understand." The suspended radio performer Louis Earl Hartman, 42, who Rubin also declined to answer when asked if (here were any NLBB employes in a Communist party cell al Kansas Cily Ihe last worked there. " f 1942 whcn New Showing "MAN FROM LARAMIE" with James itewart and Arthur Kennedy 'PICNIC- with W i l l i a m Holden, K i m Novak, Rosalind Ruaiell Al«o i Color Cartoon TUNIGHT UOVE ME T E N D E R Starring Elvli Presley PLUS HOT CARS Starring John Bromfleld and Jo Lansing Gates Open 6:45, Show it I i DRIVE IN High Salida. stale which asserted Lhat ""the towns failed to exhaust their legal remedies." The Board of Equalization has set June 26 to hear ob- Jecfions of the towns lo the assessment. The decision left attorneys Don Schcrard ol Whealland and Joe ^faier of Torringlon with at ieasl Iwo alternatives. They can appeal the judgment to the Wyoming Supreme Court or they can go through with the June 26 hearing and appeal the results. Shcrard said "I don't know what Colorado Springs. Attorney general: Steven Kelso Denver. Supreme Court justice: Charles He sustained a demurrer by (he w ; Ackerlow, Aurora. , . "Cov." Wohlauer and the olher officials will lead Lhe 300 delegates to Denver Thursday for a visit lo the Capitol. Boys Stale is a course in government for school students sponsored each year by the American Legion. Union Denies Blame for Gasoline Hike DENVER Hi - The Oil, Chem- cal and Atomic Workers Inter- search calling lor use of classrooms as much as' 75 to 85 per cent -of Ihe normal school day. He said Jaboratory facilities could not be used so completely. iDay ceremonies Friday will The .cession was called b.v D i - l m a x two weeks of training jor - - - - - - - - --- = s...TM, U n reclor William M. Williams of t h c j m o r e lhan 2,000 members of l h e i a " grades of gasoline, kerosene "' ~: · . - . _ i . - , ,. .... /..,,,,. . , _ _ , · _ F. . FT. CARSON ur, - Governor's national Union charged Wcdnes- .dsy that Sinclair Refining Co. is | using a new contract with the union "as an excuse for an unnecessary price increase" on gasoline and olher products. Sinclair announced Tuesday ii c ]j 'will increase its wholesale prices f o r . Iwo-tenlhs of a ccnl a gallon on ad-'Colorado Nalional Guard the Planning Division before its visory committee--formerly Planning Commission. |review the Iroops and present Rep. Allen Dines (D-Dcnver), I awards to outslanding guardsmen chairman of the Legislature's!and units. Housc-Senale Subcommittee on Others i*,, u »,n u l u : I , u . Appropriations, predicted the ef-;Gen. frving 0. Schaeffer, Colora forts would lead to development!do adjutant general, several mem- of a series of yardsticks lor f u - i b e r s of the Legislature and olher lure college building. j stale officials. snd distillate fuels, effec(ive Fri- olorado Nalional Guard. I s TM oisimaie tucjs, effective Fri- Gov. McNichols will fjy here lo(' Ia5 '- Tnc ! ' rm a lso said 11 will ...in,,, *(..* I...,*..- --i 1 boost residual fuel prices five cents a barrel. Sinclair officials said (he price Others who will attend am Maj. '"creases were "an essential step lo recover lhc added labor cosls arising out of its new agreement" with OCAW. JUNE 29 and 30 General Admission $1.00 Reserved Seats . . $1.50 Box Seats . . . $2.50 Evening Show, Both Nlohts, 8;00 p.m. Junior,Rlden' phow, June 30, 2:1)0 p.m. Tickeri Available at Greeley Chamber of Commerce P. 0. Box 600, Greelcy, Colo. Plena enclose I tell-iddrened ind ilamped envelope for mill orderl. ' , HOUR" in.on I H ° N » A » \\J.i\Ja.m.\ THROUGH 1 SATURDAY ToVi o fnirj.ntming "brtolrirr" wiih leolriing ergon muiic and plpoinnr canveriation. *r(Jfflf(rf fc/ B A N C K E R - N I C H O U S Di-l S50 · JO.OOO Welli Adults Regular Prices Children 35c Another Tea House of the August Moon To Tickle Your Funny Hone! The uprbrioug Sfega, of -Hcsa HSRCESf of M . AUDIE MURPHY-GEORGE NADER«l msn-nitH-iNRBiun.iDpn «BURGESS MEREDITH n-Mummr Extra: Tom and Jerry Plus A Thoroughbred Is Born OPEN I M S The Nation's Latest In Modern

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