Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 19, 1962
Page 12
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m. moo 6 ly LUCRECE IEALE (AP Newsfeotures) Z-OO Pag. 12 GREELEY TRIBUNE D*. 1,. Chapter IS Th. Fkw* 1 MH. SHNOO got up very early en the morning of Christmas eve.' He did not know wha' time the Queen would arrive but he intended to be ready for her. He dressed carefully in his best blue suit. He shined his shoes and selected an elegant tie and ; t Lifetime Guaranteed Mufflers FREE Installation FREE Replacement If the muffler goei out while you own the earl Official Brake and Light Inspection Station Clyde's Thrifty Service 7th Ave. at 8th St. | a Sp . ar f a 8 wlli " handkerchief; \ popped ;,, amazement and i in *us urtiist pocket. i looked all around. There bwmed He went outdoors. It was a line : to IK ·, ilood of water v.uum. s . day. Even the sun was shining,-down the street, filling the gut-- v-'hich »as unusual at this time of! IM-S. rolling over the sidewalks' year. Crookshank went hurrying; and spreading out to the animal by, his head hunched down be-.-cages. E\cn while Mr. Shnoo tween his shoulders. j SUJ od 'here, the water rose half"Merry Christmas!" called Mr.jway up his lc Shnoo gaily. Crookshank did not answer b ' rushed on. Mr. Shnoo shrugged. He was too happy to be annoyed. H; whistled a gay tune as he Attendants began to run liom: Ihe animal houses shouting! "Flood! Flood I" The lions roared in sin-prise and the leopards rowlcd and leaped against the s'rolhd along. Presently he no- doors of their cages. Snakes ticed that the path he walked on was damp. As nc went 0.1, Ihe path became wetter and wetter until Mr. Slmoo's feet began to get quite soggy. In fact, by now, there was water rushing over his shoes Attendants ran, shouting 'FloodI Flood I' Aluminum . . . STORM DOORS WINDOWS CLIFTON'S litlieiTd lo the pipes and light-| ig fixtures on their ceilings, "he! lonkcys climbed onto the rein-j eer's antlers and the seals were) .-as ,ed right out of their |oo! -. I Ducks swam down the road nd an old sc;i lion floated over visit tlie polar bear. i | ~~ "XYhcre is it coming fruni?"| Mol| y' s r «»' and he and Santa 'Disease' Delicious i'icd Mr. Shnuo as the attendants Diddled furiously while Molly,' iwk-d by carrying chickens and sensing what was wonted of her I AMAKILLO - Tcx-When a n ·rairie dogs and other s m a l l , ridu , d ,,,, own fm , 0 ^ lywoodI film crew on location realities that euuld not swim :. A m .,,-,n^ «,,,·.,j n ,j i,. ^;TM..i..._ i._ "The main water line burst! blg holc m lhe water P'P C ' v»r b e y o n d Molly's house:" "·*·'""'!" shouted Santa. ' houted a man sailing by on a! llcr a " ' ou ' ve 8 ol! " HOME SERVICE 352 NEWEST STYLING! ,d In the writ!. uarantM Wld« cholct of styltil Open E»eningj Until Dec. 24 Hibbs ewelr and -i oUe 814-816 Ninth St. Mor-Valu Stomps Amarillo needed to simulate hool and-mouth disease in Longhorn cattle, they sprayed whippec ieam on the steers' muzzles. Bu isturbed. She had floated out ot er pool and was calmly swimming up and down the big mammal house. Mr. Shnoo pulled himself up on Holly's back and tried to think vhat to do. Presently Molly ··warn ight out the door and Mr. Shnoo ould seo tons of water pouring ut of a big round hole in the main water pipe that ran beside lie house. "Good heavens!" he thought There's enough water there to Irown us all!" Without waiting another second le shut his eyes and stood on i ; head and wiggled his toes, ihis was a very hard thing to do on top of Molly's slippery hack but he finally managed it and he said "Selbourl Gnippop" .hree times real quickly. When the last word was out he fell into the water over his head anc when he came up, Molly was gone. "Help H e l p ! " sputtered Mr Shnoo because he thought he was going under again. "Quit calling for help anc come help me!" cried someone Mr. Shnoo shook the water out of his eyes and saw Molly near by with Santa sitting astride her neck, facing backwards ,nd pushing a paddle as hard as h could. Mr. Shnoo climbed aboard am Santa handed him a paddle am shouted, "Back her up! Ful astern!" Mr. Shnoo faced around to shp.ied. Tomorrow: The Queen comes. aft haded with small animals.j He gave a mighty shove and it took a lot of whipped cream Mr. Shnoo waded over lo Mol-- Mr. Shnoo gave a mighly shove 'or the sleers kept licking il off y's house. By Ihe time he! and Molly gave a mighty shove cached there I, - was swimming i and plop! Molly's end went right _,,, _ u , 6 , uuiiult ,,,,,,,,.,, uamm m lncse , he hipixjpoamus was not at all, m the hole and the waler was noises in an aulomobile can often be available to answer inquiries ilSttlrhPn Ssllf ll:t* Flrvitasl nut nt Jil'lti ll»rl Un t^ n ,. n rJ * « . . . : . I. _ . . -i . ~ be traced to wires that vibratt against metal surfaces. To Report Their Addressee in Jan. District Director John T. Cling-: an of the linniigalion and N'alura- ization Service stated that the animal Alien Address Report Pro!ram usually causes a sharp rise in the number of applications for naturalization. The law requires all aliens in the United States, w i t h a few exceptions, lo report their addresses each January. Throughout the United Stales, almost 30 per cent more applications for naturalization are received during the montlis of January. February and March than arc received curing other months. Clingan attributes this sudden rise to the Alien Address Report Program. Aliens not required to make this report are diplomats, those accredited to certain international organisations and those who have entered temporarily as agricultural laborers. Forms for making the reporU will be available to aliens at all post offices and offices of the Immigration and Naturalization Service during the month of January. Clingan indicated that aliens desiring information concerning naturalization or similar matters should obtain the forms at an office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service where per- buzzing sonnet trained in these fields will KUALA LUMPUR-Glaat fooMfound near Kemayu, OMkral prints--whick keep ·· popping up j Malaya, in tropical juogltlk KHARTOUM - Sudan'! KCflod largest sugar factory i* under construction. parts of Malaya--have appeared again. This time, two of such giant SEE IT! RIDE IT! BUY IT! USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS The Brand New JBUuuLuv. /OS/X CONTINENTAL! BE THE FIRST TO OWN AND RIDE ITI $89.95 There has never been a bike filce H. 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