Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 13, 1961 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 13, 1961
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Colo. GOP Blasts White House Confabs; Udall Denies Charge By GORDON O. GAUSS DENVEK (API-- The Republican offensive." not here to engage in a partisan high command of Colorado labeled 8 White House regional conference that persons from 12 stales--Nc 1 here Monday as a meeting of the "Democratic high command." .'.. lop federal oliicial present, Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall, .- · during n news conference. Gov. Sieve McNichols announced braska, South Dakota, Texas, Arizona, New · Mexico, Utah, Wyo The assertion was dented by the ming, Idaho, Montana 1 , California, Iowa and Colorado--attended the ary. 1 Deing conducted "in i gold fish bowl." He predicted the Reclamation Bureau will submit its recommendations for the tilling of Glen Canyon Dam in northern Arizona before Congress reconvenes In Jan- meeting. In opening the conference Udall The GOP charge was leveled In departed from his prepared a full-page advertisement in the Rocky Mountain News as the one- Iho nation "now have the capacity day conference opened. speech and warned that people of lo destroy, abuse and pollute" and The od wns signed by the Colo- may ruin the country's future un- rado Republican Stale Central less resources are protected. Committee and Chairman Jean K. Tool was identified by name. The advertisement labeled the '! conference as a "partisan political rally" and said tt was designed by Democrats to offer "the "We ' don't want to federalize the country," he said at one point. In his news conference, Udall said that some "hard decisions" will be made on transmission lines for power from hydroelectric pro]' olficial alibis for their failure to ects in the Upper Colorado River follow through on many campaign promises" and "to try to drum up" popular support for programs. Udali contended the advertisement "is rather silly" and said he has no apology for the confer- fnce. · ' ' He declined lo go into numerous charges, commenting: "1 am Basin within the next 60 to 90 days. He said negotiations with privately - owned power companies ver construction of the lines are The interior secretary also said lal a wilderness bill has a high riorily In the next Congress, and e believes the Senate measure is \c right approach. v . "1 think we may have .one of le best years yet in terms of new reclamation) p r o j e c t s aiitlv rlzed," the secretary said. He menifoncd the possibility of an om- ibus bill containing all projects. This, he explained, might aid hances of Colorado's 170 million ollar Fryingpan Arkansas project. He added, "A lot of people ave a negative attitude toward Dr. Johnson Joins . 3 Physicians in -Practice Here ". .' Dr. Frank Johnson has become associated with Drs. Hubbard W. '. Smith, James · R. Wheeler and Hugh A. Smith in the practice of medicine at 1517 8th Ave. He will · specialize in internal medicine, -Dr. Johnson graduated, from Yale Medical Scliopl in 1954. He was an intern at Minneapolis Gen . eral Hospital in Minneapolis, Minn., for two years before eri- .".;,ter!ng-lhe Air Force for service · ; in 195« through 1958. L . .\ following his military service, ····Dr. Johnson returned to Minneapolis General for special (rain- : ing in internal medicine. ' 4 Originally from Fergus Falls, Minn, he received his B.A. de- '""gree from Macalester College in ;..'5l. Paul, Minn. ; ' .-Dr. Johnson and his wife, Jean. ne, live al 2404 20lb St. Rd. They · have three children, Karen, 4, ' .Beth, 3, and David 1 , 6 months. With Officers S4N Burglary al La Sail* Cash and articles worth $400.87 ·ere stolen in a burglary at the Bargain Center in.La Salle Sal- rdoy night,'.'the Sheriff's office eporled Monday. The loot included $43 in change hlch was taken from a cash cgister, 110'cartons of cigarettes vorth $200,' -34, pairs of leather ;loves valued' at $55, soaps anned goods and a large variety if miscellaneous items. Deputy; Sheriffs Howard Bow man and Henry Ahrens, who'in 'esligated. said the burglar or iiirglars gained entrance thrmigl an east door of the store. A hole was knocked in the door, then o crewdriver which secured the oor nipped out of a hasp by caching through the hole. The breakin was reported U lie Sheriff's office at 7:15 a . - m iinriay by Henry Pfeif of La a]le. French Embassy "Official Will r« - -~ - l · ^T /^ , Speak at CSC Gerard Pierre-Marie dels Vil ':'lesbrunne of the French embassy in Washington, D. C., will speak ','... on "Diplomacy, a Method for Peace" at Colorado State College International Relations Club meet ' " i n g al 4:10 p.m. Tuesday in the Student Union panel lounge.. The. speaker received his mas ier's degree in international law '" at the Institute of Political Sci - ence in Paris. He was assiston " to the political counselor (French in Auslria; assistant secrelary a ; the embassy at Rio 5e Janeiro . and prior to his present post 1 charge de mission in the cabine BrMktn »t *t P'urc* Wrenches and other i t e m s alued at"a total of $104.54 were lolen in a breakin at the Van Vhy Garage at Pierce over the eekend.v.the .Sheriff's office re- jort'ed. In .addition' to « number ol wrenches, a battery, two tires, a lashllgm, lantern, candy, gum igarettes and peanuts were'slot en, according^ to Deputy Sherilt Jenry Ahrens, Howard Bowmai and Jot Elliott, who investigated .Entrance lo the garage wa gained'by breaking a window o a rtstroom. Charles Van Why who operates the garage, reporlec he'burglary' to the Sheriff's off id at'7:05 a.m. Monday. Window Broken by Shot Alex Rehn, 1502 3rd Ave., com plained to the Sheriff's office P»gt 16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., NOT. 13,/lMl 9:50 a.m. Monday that a 6 by 7 - a . m. S a t u r d a y . They wer taken to the Longmont Hospita The two were passengers in 1951 auto driven by Eldon Flood Limon, which hit the rear of 1957 car driven by Vera Diesin^ also Limon, according to Highwa Palrolman R. L. Humbert. Collision at Franklin Corner A collision ot the inlcrsection c U. S. 34 and 35th Ave. at 12:2( p.m. Sunday resulted in damag ,of $140 to a 1956 2-door auto dri | en by Joe Mai don a do Jr., Greele and $15 to a 1957 car driven b Evelyn Feldman, also Greele Maldonado was making a le turn and the two vehicles collides Highway Patrolman Norman W son reported. Pkkup Truck A 1957 pickup truck driven 1 L. T.'Koss, Greeley, was damage foot window at the First Avenue Auction here'had been shattered by a shot over the weekend. Rehn, other smaller window had been Sticker State Patrol Car Hits Parked Car Without Lights A state highway patrolman was uirt when his patrol car ran in- o the rear of an auto parked without lights in the south traffic lane on U. S. 85 about two miles south f Plalleville early Sunday. Patrolman Harold Payne, 37 Fort Lunlon, received bruises on us left knee when the 1960 patro car he was driving struck the rear of Ihe parked 1954 2-door la the middle of Ihe highway abou 4:30 a. m. Gilbert Lopez, 22, Milliken, i jassenger in the parked vehicle suffered bruises on lop of his lead. The driver of the parked machine, Ernest Salazar, Milliken was not injured. The patrol car was damaged ai estimated $800, Salazar's vehicli $250. 2 Windsor Men Injured Two Windsor men were injured in a onear accident on U. S.'83 about .1 mile south of Peckhan at 3:22 a. m. Sunday. ' They were Wenceslao .lasso, 33 vho received abrasions and bruis es, and Budlio.-Diaz, 32 (/ who sus ained bruises, abrasions and a ·ossible chest injury. Diaz ' admitted as a patient at Wel County General' Hospital, which reported his condition was go« Monday morning. Jasso wa 1 xeated al the hospital and re leased. The two men were in a 1955 2 door which Jasso, was driving south, Highway Patrolman Rud, King reported. The can went in to a ditch and turned over. Danage to the vehicle was eslimatec at $450. , . Limon* RetioenH Cut, Bruited Two Limon residents, R o s Chartier, 33, and Merle Chartier 39, suffered cuts and bruises in rearend collision 114 miles east o Dacono on Colo. 52 about an estimated $100 when a trui backed out from a curb struck the pickup's windshie] breaking il, on a county road c the east side of Eaton about 7: p.m. Saturday. The truck driver identity was not learned. . Car Overturns Hear Eaton The driver of a 1946 2-door au left Ihe scene after the machi went into a dilch and turned ov .14 miles west of Eaton on county road about 11:45 p. Saturday. His identity was no IT. JOSETH LIVESTOCK learned. Highway Patrolman Hudyi King estimated the car was dam-' aged $150. BARBARA ROTH, right, was'named queen of the 1 13th annual Eaton FFA Little International Livestock Show Saturday night. She will reign as chapter sweetheart .for. the remainder of the year. Attendants, left to. right are: Shirley Schwartz, Linda -Bickling and Helen Payne. Photo by Perry Guslafspn); " City Coundl Agenda Council Tuesday evening is scheduled to take up the following: Ordinances assessing improvement costs for sidewalk on 17th Aye. between 7th and 8th Sis., curb and gutter on 7lh St. between 14th Ave. and 15th Ave. Ci. and vicinity, paving of 16th Ave. between 15th and 16th Sts., paving of alley between 8lh and 9lh Aves. curb and gutters on 20th St. be tween 6th.and 14!h Aves. Ordinances for · Improvement Districts Nos. 232, 232-A, 232-B 232-D, 232-E and 232-F. Contract for park in Coltonwood Village, report . of Councilman Richard Brown on trip to Boul er and Arvada concerning traf c signal synchronization unit am ivil defense warning sirens, am eport by city manager on long ange program for progress. in Denver On To lent Search DENVER AP--The vanguard National Aeronautical, and :e Administration scientists rived in Denver Sunday to be- n a regional search for talented ientists and engineers. The NASA experts . will .begin ·uesday interviewing persons who juld'ald NASA in its lunar pro- am as well as. nuclear propul- on, electric space engines, su-. wrsonic transport study and re- ted subjects. ire Destroys 500,Worth of lay at Stables A bout 1 $300 worth .of hay was estroyed by a fire in the stable ards at Dudley Riding Stables t 625 5lh Ave. ; about 10:43 p.m. alurday, firemen reported, Firemen were out over three ours in fighting Ihe blaze. They ad to tear apart the pile to ex- nguish Ihe fire. Some of the ences around the pile also were Mirned. The cause of the' fire was ot determined. At 12:52 p.m. Sunday, the firemen .were called to Ben Stoll's iome at 428 7th St., where some meat being cooked had boiled dr n the stove. ' GARY BERNHARDT, Ashland 4-H club member; shows his medium weight Angus that brought him champion honors in the Angus division of the Eaton Little International-Livestock Show and carried him to the fat beef grand championship. (Photo by Perry Gustafson),.; . '. - ' ·has. Godfrey )ies Monday Charles A. Godfrey, 82, of La alte, a pioneer of the Godfrey Jottoms, ;west .of ·. La Salle.'.died lomlay morning at Weld County 'ursing'Home. He was'.born Sept' 11, 1179, the son of Allen R^Godfrey and Katie Velch Godfrey and 'grandson of olon Godfrey, owner, and oper tor "of I be : stage station at Fort Vicked in 1864.:' ·. · , His father and grandfather.set ed the area known as Godfrey ottoms,.where Godfrey was born nd lived most of'.his .life w.ith the xceptkm of four years spent in South Dakota. He had always armed in the Godfrey .Bottoms section. He raised 'onions exten ively at one' tithe: Despite an attack of infantile paralysis' in early- youth, he wa active in baseball'and was one it the workers who built the He morial ballpark at'La'Salle. He was an. active member of the Volunteer : Fire Department at La Salle for the past -18 years.- Godfrey was the ditch rider for he Godfrey Ditch for 30 cpnsecu ive years. He married Nellie I.u cas in 1901. : She died in the fl epidemic of 1918, and he mar ried Mrs. Esta Welch in 1930. Survivors include his wife; fou sons, Ben of Denver, Phil of Se altle, Wash., Harold Welch o Santa Ana,' Calif., and .VenrWelc' uneral Planned or Milliken Man Rosary will be reciled at 7:30 m., Tuesday from Macys Draw ng. Room for , Orlando Esidrio artinez,,22, of Milliken, who wa lied in a hunting accident eas '[the/Loyeland traffic circle Sqt ur'day morning. A requiem'mas wHl be.sung-at 9 a,m., Wednesda rom Our Lady of Peace Catholi hurchf with.interment at Sunset femorial Gardens!. Martinez was born May 15, 1939 t (Juesta,. N. M. He had been in ie Milliken. area -since 1947. H ad'Served, in the "armed force nd^'for. the past 15 months, ha wen employed by Bestway Builc ng. Center. He was mimed I /ena Gonzales May 20 'ht Chey nne, \V/o.' i .·' Survivers'.include his wife; h" larerils, Mr. and Mrs. E. Marline if..Milliken; lour .sislers, Mr. Jenevieve. Vigil of Milliken; Mr Rbsie Lomeli o f ' Siinnymead Calif.; Mrs^ Madeline Montane f Scoltsbliiff, Neb. and Mrs. Ma ;aret Perea. of Cheyenne; an hree brother's; Herman, Johnn and I-eRoy, all of Milliken. of Denver; a sister, Mrs. Haze Patterson of Santa Ana, Calif; 1 jrandchildren and 9 great grant children. Funeral services will be held 'a 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, from Macys Drawing Room with inter ment at Evans Cemetery. Friend who wish may make memorial di nations to Ihe Polio Fund or Ih Cancer Fund. Lq Salle Youth Hurt by Pellets While Hunting David Reid, 17J Rl. 2, La Sail was reporled'to good com ion Monday morning al V/e. County General Hospital after be ng struck in the head by sholgun [ellets while . pheasant hunting near his home Sunday morning. The. Reid boy and a '.friend,|- V^eeker Student )ies at Hospital Florine Lillian Woods, 14, daugh er of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wood, f 320 13th Ave;, died Salurday a Veld County General Hospital he had been ill with diabetes. She was born .April 24, 1947, a Greeley. She was a ninth grade tiiderit at Meeker Junior High chool and was a member of thi lissionary Baptist Church c Greeley. : · Survivors include her parenls fer grandmothers, Mrs. Mollie Veber and Mrs. Fern Woods, botl if Greeley; a great grandfather irick Hookonri of Greeley; and a irother,. Gary, of Greeley. Funeral 'services will'be held a 2 p.m., Wednesday from Adamso Memorial Chapel .with intermei at Linn Grove Cemetery." EAT A "Big Boy" DOUBLE DECK HAMBURGER at HARRY'S DRIVIN . South 8th Ave. lesM Into 1 Inch Furnac* Filters 59c ALL 1-INCH SIZES BIKES TRIKES TOYS CAR GIFTS Use Our Lay Away Now SHOP N' SAVE AT WESTERN AUTO 917 8th Ave. In the Courts Municipal Court., · Ernesto Griego, Gill, impropei eft turn, $15. Delfinia Salazar, 128 N. 9th Ave. unlicensed dog, vicious dog, fine suspended on both charges. Sandy Almanza, ^Vindsor, dts :urbance, resisting arrest, es capee, 45 days in jail. Harold K.'Longan, 604 23rd St speeding, $25. . . City Traffic Accidents Two accidents, not involving in juries, were'reported om Greele city streets Saturday. Time.'Ioca lions, drivers, vehicles and dam ages reported in the accidenl were: .Saturday, 12:30 p.m., 14th Ave and 9th St., 1954 sedan, James S Lea, 101214 4th St., $150, and 1958 sedan, Adam John Weingard 243S 6th St., $50. Salurday, 6:10 p.m., lllh Ave and 15th SI., 1959 sedan, James W Artist, 1702 Fairacres' Dr., $75 and a 1953 sedan, Edward D Dieterle, 831 6th St., $10. FURNITURE AUCTION Wednesday, November IS, 1961 Starting at. 1:00- ' 1916 Glenmere Blvd., Greeley, Colo. We will tell al public auction for Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Crott. located at 1916 Glenmere Blvd., Greeley, Colo., on Wedheiday, November 15, 1961, slartlna at 1:00, the following list of f u r n l ' e: . · · Hotpolnt electric range; Hotpolnt electric refrigerator; dinette tet with four chairs; overstuffed couch; coffee t a b l e ; arm c h a l r t ; overstuffed chair with fdotato.ol;- 2 floor l a m p s ; t a b l e lamp; 3 book casei;'2 table radios; several wall-pictures; mahogany twin beds complete (with i n n e r c p r i n g mattress); n i g h t table; 2-plece 1 bedroom set; desk with desk l a m p ; w a l l . m i r r o r ; Royal typewriter, like new, Hamilton Beach. Mix Master;-.lots of good cook ware and dishes;' lots'of crystal ware;,' Haylland c h i n a ; porch furniture; pottery sets; porcelain top table; utility cupboards; HotpoFnt chest type-freezer,'8-ft.; chest of drawers; single bed complete; desk; Hotpolnt automatic washing machine, ood; wardrobe; several scatter rugs; ,2 electric healers; TV ays; 2 electric .fans; several quilts, blankets "and ' spreads; ated.silver ware'; power Uwn mower, reel type; step ladder; of 'ha'nd tools. hll Is ill nice clean furniture so be sure to attend thll. sale. SALE CONDUCTED BY Weld County Livestock Commission Co, 204 East 18th SI. Greeley, Colorado ' Lyle Erbes, 17, also of Kt. 2, La Salle, were, hunt ing pheasants on the Reid farm when the accident a Ichoict 441 n HMT cure 99.00. hand it to Wards FOR COMVHMMCI "CHAtM" YOU* MHtCHAM* NOW AT WABM Apply for your charge plate at Wards credit desk today. You then select what you need and just say: "charge it". Cosfs nothing extra if you pay up bills monthly. Only a small ' service charge if you prefer to take more time. For FxrHur Information, Mi, EL 2- " Mr*. Hekn St*fl|, Cr«dtt M«r»«»er WHAT IS AN OPTOMETRIST? occurred, Deputy Sheriffs Henry Ahrens and Howard Bowman reported.' The two youths were in a cornfield and, when a pheasant flew up, the Erbes boy failed to notice »5Jhis companion was in the line of fire.and fired his-shotgun at the bird. Some of the shotgun pellets hit the Reid boy in the back of the bead. Opening Hour Special Wednesday al 9:00 AM Colorado Furniture Co. 16x56 PITTSBURGH Hl- Fidellty Plate Glais Door Mlrrort going 4 A QQ for JUST _ _ IIMIO SoTd on a 1t come basis. An optometrist U a sciential trained in eye examination to determine disease and defects and to prescribe corrective lenses snd exercises. He is a doctor o( cptometry and the initials "O.D." follow hta nitme. Trust your eyes to an optometrist . . . call Haefeli and HaereH for an eye examl-Btton now. HAEFELI ft HAEFELI Optometrists EL 2-2020 901 lOrh AT*. Federal Land Bank 5 I/.OL FARM /2 /° LOANS LONG TERM With privies* to p«y all or any part of loan at any time and stop interest on the part paid. FEDERAL LANB BANK ASSOCIATION 10«8 9th St. Ph. EL 2-1561 laude Redman alph Green-.vo))d, Aucts. Tom Kime, Mgr. Elmer Morgensen, Clerk Livestock Auction Every Wednesday SUNSET SALES YARD 1730 1st Ave.. . EL 2-7812 Wed., NOV. 15 Starting at 12:30 All consignments appreciated whether they are arge or small. Last Wednesday's sale \^as a fast-moving uction wilh good competitive bidding on all classes of vestock; We work just as hard for small consignors as or the larger ones . . . always a fair and square deal or both consignor and buyer. Some of the consignments for the Wednesday.Sale: 150 hd. WF Hfrs. 500-550 Ibs., choice quality. Right off grass. 78 hd.'Hol. Sirs., 700 Ibs. 56 hd. WF Sirs., 600 Ibs. 41 hd. Angus Sirs., 650 Ibs. 108 hd. WF Strs., 375-425 Ibs. 26 hd. WF Sirs., 400 Ibs. 102 hd. WF Sirs, and Hfrs., 375 Ibs. 56 hd. WF Hfrs., 400 Ibs. 62 hd. WF Sirs, and Hfrs., 375 Ibs. 47 hd. Mixed Cattle. One consignor. 20 hd. Angus Cows, good ages. , 11 hd. Angus Cows. 45 hd. WF Cows, one brand. 24 hd. WF Feeding Cows. 17 hd. WF Feeding Cows, 14 hd. WF Feeding Cows. 36 hd. WF CoWs. 85 hd. Baby Calves and Veal Calves. 30 hd. Hoi. Springers and Milk Cows. 14 hd. Weigh Cows, one consignor. 25 hd. Mixed Weigh Cows. 30 hd. fat hogs. 50 hd. feeder pigs. Several bunches of ewes and lambs. Listen dally to KYOTJ, 1450 MI yoor dial at 6:45 _.«. for the early Market reports .and late consignment* for our regular Wednesday livestock audio*. Many lots of nixed cattle and smaller bunches will be ·'for this Wednesday's sale. The net dollar* are what oar consignors are interested in. We urge yoq-to check the commission and selling expense on bunches and carloads at Sunset Sal* Yard before you send yo« stock to market. There is a difference. IRVING MIDDLETON -- Manager DALE MADDOX -- Auction**

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