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Page 24 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thursday, June 20, 1957 IBM Employe ; look business Iraimns at (ireeley ; Commpreial college. She and Duell j were married in September of | 1919. i The Iluclls h a v e hccn here visil- : inj; liirir parent sicu'c hii yriidu- alion. They leave Sunday [or Cali I fornia. t Freight Car Problem Rails' Major Headache ; W. C. McCarty Elected Windsor C of C Prexy Arthur Duell, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Duell of northeait of Greeley, will be employed by International Business Machines at San Jose, Calif. Ha will work in (he final tat section of a RAMAC 350 computer itarling July 1. Duell was g r a d u a t e d J u n e 7 from University of Colorado w i t h a bachelor of science degree in f l l p r l r i c a l p n g i n r r r i n c . l i p f i n i s h e d Kersey Hlph school in 1011 ami llu-n served a year each in t h e m e r c h a n t marines and the army. On r e t u r n tn Greeley from m i l i t a r y d u t y he worked for four years for Hume Light and Power company in the jneter d e p a r t m e n t . "f didn't w a n t lo lie a meter render all my life so I decided lo go lo collcfic," fliiell said this week in discussing his academic record. He enrolled at University of Colorado in September of ]Q53. His affiliations nn c a m p u s included A m e r i c a n Institute nf Electrical Engineers. .Sharing the joy of a c h i e v e m e n t witli Duell when he WHS crndualcd \vas his wife, the former Bonnie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris E. Johnson of south of Kcr- aey. During her husband's four years at the university she worked as a bookkeeper and secretary at the University book storn. At commencement she was one of the graduntcs' wives who received the PUT (Putting Hubby Through) degree. Her sheepskin was signed by the wives of the governor and the. president, of the university and Virginia N. Blue, only woman member of the board of regents. . Mrs. Duell was graduated from Greeley High school in 1D-13 and Wl.NUSOK--W. C. McCarty was rlct'U'il jiri'Milcnt of tlic U'iri'lMJi 1 CliHinher (if Com merer- at the m e e t i n g of the hoard of directors Friday night a I the Public Service company office. He siicccrils V. James Moore, who served the past year. Herbert Manwcilcr was elected vice-prcMfJenl. New directors of Ihc ho;ird arc T)r. Eilwin F). Kadlub, Ed Krisu and Hubert M a n w c i l c r . They succeed Krna H r u n n r r , Karl Sco;l and Hick fasten. Holdover directors arc Koberl Bishop, Hubert Ci Id well, McCarty, Moore, T. F.. fijoden and M. II. Stevenson. The directors voted to extend i an i n v i t a t i o n to t h e (Jhcyrnnc I n ! diaus (o vi.sit Windsor J u l y 10, : when limy m n k e the goodwill lour i in the interest of Frontier Days. j A d i n n e r m e e t i n g for Ihe di- i red firs nf (lie Chamber of Cuni- I merer will be held at Ihc Star-lite cafe, J u n e 21. ; By SAM DAWSCN I NEW YOI1K T -- M a k i n g fewer f r e i g h t cars h a u l more Hoods ' faster--and keeping costs down as m u c h as possible--is a major ! headache today for the railroads. i The public is al-.o watching he- · cause it demands more service -l a n d at tin- s a m r l i m e frets at the ;.steady c l i m b in f r e i g h t r.il^ : since (he war. | R a i l r o a d men arc divided over how to meet the problem. And so are the car makers They arc t r y i n g ftiiUtmalion in c a r building ! p l a n t s as well as in the f r e i g h t | yards. And they are t u r n i n g lo [research laboratories to study rlc- sign of cars best filled to the most I r a c k and yards. d r o w i n g competition from (! trucks and har«e lines spurs the j search by the railroads. | Some railroads anil some car I m a k e r s slick lo the t r a d i t i o n a l ; m r l h o d of cuslom laboring Ihn mum. It started with box cars-- i and ID ID years has produced j J7.UW -- added yonuohs or open: j lop cars, and Ihcn covered hop- 1 iperj.. Tc "* i v t *· c " ir./" c " " " ' ' ~ * ' c * ' l.uuis f l a i l r o a d ^I'ls delivery of ;the 10,000th siiiiiuarducd covered i hopper car tmili in Pullman's " i Butler. Pa., plant. The road's · president. A. \V. Schrocder, favors .standardized h o p p e r s because! i "our fuur cement factories on-line; · tippi rciiiii: i/iein " h'f tiii'ia iitai . s t a n d a r d i z a t i o n lets the smaller w i t h l ^ biggest bust in British I roads place orders at the same : show business gale-crashed the hal- · price and pel the same delivery ; l o w c d date as a larger line placing larger order -- because p r o d u c - ' a ' - an( ^ l n c Pl acc ' tiftn .sclii'dulen arc speeded .since j Biggest Bust Once in Ascot Royal Enclosure ASCOT, ^L~'.2.".i '». -- The babe liggest bust in British :ss gate-crashed the hal- enclosure at the Ascot Tuesday. It was sensation"^ n c v e r 1)e . thc no imperial retooling is needed. '.Invitation Pistol Shoot Here June 30 The KIT] with the busl is Sabrina, ncc N'orma- Sykcs, known Ihc l l c n s i h and breadth of the British 'isles as "Toiovislon's Dumb j Blonde." She has become famous ! by (he simple process of standing in front of the cameras and brealh- | InJ. The vital statistic Is 41 inches. I I SabrLna's appearance before t h e ] jrtiyal JainUy and among the peers i o[ the realm created a bigger shock than Lhc victory of an 8-year-old ;:c!iLc; sinicd S?ito3ic i the 'day's feature race, and Bonhomie ipaid "6 to 1 on the lo:e. They | ; won't let you 'in the royal enclos-: i ure at al' if you arc divorced. I Dressed in a low-necked flow- icrcd organdy. Sabrina walked into i Ihc enclosure without a ticket while: Ihc i,'alc man was staying around : the royal turf for his eyeballs. "Scandalous!" hissed 17 duch- j esses, or it may have been 18. "Shocking!" muttered 6 viscount esaes, or maybe ,'tt was 7. A reporter who encountered the I show fiirl asked her what in t h e ' world she was doing in Hie royal j enclosure. "Looking." giggled Sabrina, "for the ladies' powder room." After a 15-minulc search Sabrina departed is thousands p"ft4, Including a rare assortment ol popeyed dukes, viscuuals, lords, barons and earls. Queen Elizabeth II and the oth- gr FT**FTpl*£r« gf (Jl£ rrt l'2! '2^!-'^ nol appear to notice. ' The name of Cairo is dedived from its original El Qahira, or "The Victorious." Corley Gels Default "·' SALT LAKE CITY Ifl - Douj Corley. Colorado College, defeated Jaia Minxes, Pennsylvania, ·by d e f a u i LD the first round of I'lbe NCAA Tennis Tournament Wednesday. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Spanish employers now may dismiss workers williouL forniiil proceedings under a new decree in M a d r i d , Workers who arc "fired" can appeal tn (he Inhor courts. t-ar?, tn Ihc specifications of in' dividual roads nnd (heir custom- j r r s . Other? lout the a d v n n l n j i o x of ! s t a n d a r d i z a t i o n . I Starling s l a n d a r d i / a l i n n of roJI- l i n g stock in 19IG, P u l l m a n - S t a n d ! ard Car M a n u f a c t u r i n g Co., sub- I s i d i a r y of P u l l m a n , Inc., has [ h u i l l and .sold 110,000 freight cars of the new type which permits a u t o m a t i o n a n d mass production ' a n d c u t s retooling to the mini- j The (Jreelcy police d e p a r t m e n t ; i will conduct its f i r s t i n v i t a t i o n a l [ I pistol shnnt at G a.m. June 30 at 1 Inn police pistol range east of !(Jrpclcy. I The i n v i t a t i o n a l n i a t r h will bo '· ;for police and sheriff officers, slate i patrolmen and game wardens a n d 1 | all law enforcement officers in this and surrounding counties. i K n t r y and r a n g e fees will he _ ! charged. Thny will he d i s t r i b u t e d , [ h a c k as prizes. The sign up will be I at the ranfje on the day of the pistol n i r r t . i Seven m a t c h e s wilt be fired, all . of t h e m p r a c t i c a l courses r a t h e r ) t h a n the standard rifle and pistol i meet type of events. Sergeant Otto Osier will he the'. ranpc officer. Patrolman Don I Hughes will he the executive o f - ; f i r n r and P a t r o l m a n Uoh Bates will he statistical officer. Loans · Short Term · Dijcount Paper Bought · First and Second Mortgage Loans · See Us For A!l Your Money Needs M a n a g e r : ae Mr. N a l m a n O f f i c e Houn: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Gold-Naiman Investment Co. Hth St. at 6th Avo. Telephone 1047 ATTENTION, FARMERS! POTATO DUSTING 0 ALFALFA WEEVIL * WEED SPRAYING · CUTWORMS Call Nolan's for Control nnd Free Inspection NOLAN'S CROP DUSTERS - Phone 1544-4117 AA" O R P I N . W E R K L A T l X n TO .AND A rmnvisa THIJ A N N E X A TION' OF THI/UJ ADDITION' TO Al A TLK U'OOJ i IN T FII-J ( ' IT V O I'' GJIEELUV. BKLVO A 1MRT OF THTl WEST H A L T OF SUCTION BEVKV IK T O A\" iS" R f I 1 P FJVf3 KoiiTtr. n A x Ci i'j H I X T V - K I V B WEST OK THE BLXT.I1 PRINCIPAL . Mm r o l l n i v h i r H P - ·ci'lhpri crjnllciiriii.i i i i i i n i - i i r i u i r a l c i l t e r r i t o r y . lor;iird I n \\lr| I ' m i i i l y Colnradn. Ls p l i g l l i h i f n r H n n o v i i l l M i i lo l\\f f l l y nf f j r o p l p y linrii-r I he laws nf LliP SUilp nf Culni-iiilo- TlmL p n r L i.f l l i o \\Vm H n i f MV 1 ,, ) nT Si'cllnn S P V P I I i7 I, TmviiMlilp K l v f (J. I N r n - l l i . nf rtan^e S i x l y - T i v f ! ( l i T i ) \Vrsi nf dip. Blslh O'.lh) IV.M. rlpaiTlhr-n as f n l - Joiv.*: Cnminfnc-lnf,' .'i( I h n I t i l B f R p c t l n n n[ l l i ^ \\s| I l i i r nf T w p n - t y - a r r o n d A v c n i i f t In HIP. C l l y i.f G r p H p y anil i h p N n r l h l i n n of F n u r r e f n l l i S l r p p l : Mir.iu-r. 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ILB rppulrti- n i P p l i i i E r nn HIP SH\-- » n i h day of M n y . l!r;,7. a. i-r-ni t-;ilil p f t l i t l o n ' h y Jl,"oluMnn. HIU] i m n i r d l - atAly i h r r p i i f l ^ r t-nnspd a n n l I r n In th* f n r m and n i n n n r r JIK n r n v ' i l p r t hy law tn h» p n h l i s h o f l nin-p rjirh W P f h ·for i h r » p inr-r^-.-ivp u-ppk.-.. f m i r t i m e * . I n T h h l l r p f l r y P f i i l y T r l M i n c nnd Th- ( i r r p l p y r t r p n h l l i - n i i . a d n l l y nrwspaptr of p r n p r r t l r l r r u l a l t n n In t l i « f ' i t y nf GreHtM ; M i M l |iif ( i i ^ l pilhllrBllon ilmi-pnr wnx nn t h f T.lfChth day of M a y . I H n 7 . nnd HIP f i n a l p u b l i c a t i o n wns o n i h « TWPII- r y - n l n i h day of M a y , n.'.T: M i n t nmri- tihan t h i r t y d^yj: \\:[v* c l a p « « d ^nn'* th« d a t p of t h f f i r s t . puhhr.iMon of · aid n n i l r r . and. nf Ilir i"} I ir)r la mrd ,1 n . ha v+ h-cn rliiic a n d [ i " r f t h « p * i i l l o n " r - : a l ' o v r iir-ni i i - nr-w r n M l l ^ d lo i h r a r p r n v . i l a n n p ^ a i l o n h y t h p C.'ll^· T o n n c l l o f t h f r ' n y nf r ; r r r NOW TMKnr-FiMM-: ni-: IT O K H A i N i c n nv T H E OF T M F J C I T T OF O I l l i K l - K Y . COLOJlAPCf: S e r l l o n 1. T h a t Mm f i l y P m i n r i l of il, r Cny nf ( i r r r l ^ v . r ( .l,.r:ifln. h c r e h y apprm r ^ Mi- a r u i n ^ r u i ' M i of I h e a b n v p d P « - T l h r i l i - o i i i i c n c n i - . i i n I n c o r p o r a t ^ f J i r r r i l n r j i» Mi" '"ny "f fwTftlf.y. Cnlnradr-; M i n i -.iid a n - nriaiinn F h a l l he ' - n n i p l r l r f r o m t h « f f l e r l l v d n l f nf l l i r i n r d l n a *ral t a x a t i o n . I n n - h i c h r p - - p p i - l i i f i T i f n .*lml! no; h p r n m n r f f c u n i l l o n n r ? f i - ' r J a n u a r y . Th: r i i i n f l nf M m a p of l l i r lory * h a l l I"? M l ' 'I ivli n 11" 5 mifl U p r n r d T nf WrK] r n i i n t y , ra.rtn; n n ^ ripy "f tli- n n - p ,«li f i l e d w l l l i f l i p Clrrk nf i lu- ' Or*'lry f ' n l n r a f l n : p u r l ,T t - r r H f l r r t rr p h o ' l n n t a l l r mpy *f Mi" p " H l l c n . nod a copy of said map nr p l n l , m- K * L h » r n iili lhi.« a p p r n v j n p onh- nan-:^ ^ l i a l l ho f i l r r l \ v i i l i t l i f Sir- ri'iary of .Sini^ nf t h r S i a l p nf Colo? fc lion "- In Hie n p i n i o n of I h f Clry Counf;? of Mir r u y rt nrrflt-y. this o r d l n a n t p i^ IIPCC. I .«;I ry Tnr Hi* I m m e d i a t e p r n l r c l inn a ? i H p r c p r r v a - t l n n of Hie p n l i l i c h n i l H i . s a f e l y r n n v e n t e n r p Hnd p r n r r ^ l \\-p\f HTP «nd ll is patF-»f] and m l n p l r d for lhn.1 P pSssfED A N D ADOrTED. SIGNED AXfJ APPROVED, this day of June, IOS7, jf " r^vor Attest June 20, ]D57. -- · I Cltv Clerk. I i n-;7 8115 Tenth St. · Phone 314 STORE HOURS 9:00 lo 5:30 Open Friday Nights Women's Spring Coats and Suits 2-1 n n l y ! Keg. J2.98 l,o 19.08 Sizes 7, 8, 10, 12, H 16, 18, 22/o, 241/4 .... Award Sweaters-Reg. 5.98 Award Sizes. Colors in Blue, Gold, or White. Good selection. Sizes 32-40. 10.00 Ladies 7 Rayon Gabardine Slacks 2-1 pairs only! Good selection of styles and A f colors. Sizes 22, 24, 26, 30. Reg. 4.98 to 6.98. *«% Ladies' Dresses-Large Selection Many patterns, prints and colors Sizeal2.13,lB, 181/2,181/2.20, 201/1, 221/2, A | 50 and 52. 21 only! Reg. 4.00 to 12.98 1 £m*\ Infants' Shoes-Reg. 2.98 Pastel colors of Blue and Pink. Sizes B'/2 to 8. Women's Canvas Play Shoes Krokcii Inls. Lai'RC snlpcUon. 4 Qff RCR. 2.70 lo 3.08, now ;. A 1*J W Men's Continental Lounger Sixes G',o lo !). Medium width. Rlack and Brown. Reg. 3.98 2.94 Men's Perforated Summer Shoes __ 6.87 Sizes 9 and 10 only, D width. Rrnwn. Rrp. 7.95 f o R.flS Men's Shower Sandals Leather soles. Sizes 7 lo 11. RCE. l.HS, Now 9Sc Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Medium and large only. Selection of solid patterns. Rep. 2.518-3.08 2.00 Men's Washable Work Pants Riimmr.r \vriphl. Sizes 3 Olo -M, Rep. 2.08, Now Men's Western Shirts Sizes 15 tn 17. Patterns and solids. 38 only! Reg. 4.98 to 7.98. Now 2.00 3.00 Wards low-cost 4 to 5-room capacity evaporative cooler HANDY AIR VOLUME CONTROL Fingertip adiuttment from a · soft whisper of cool air to full 4000 CFM1 NO MONEY DOWN on onycool- er you choose ... and ai low ai Si per month on Wards Home Improvement Plan It's magic in your window! Live cool, sleep cool while this electrical servant drawi in fresh air, cools and cleans it through moistened filters, then quietly and gently distributes it to every room of your home..AII this at Wards low price I Sea this and many more honve improvements at Wards. Other Evaporative Coolers 35.50 to 94.50 no finer fans anywhere than at Wards--at prices this low! Wards new 20" fan --compares with national brands offered at 69.95... 42.88 4.50 DOWN EASY-TO-INSTALL 20" FAN Sale 34.88 now) Thermo-cofrtroMed -- setdiof, tan will turn self ON, OFF automatically oil summer I Turn dial, reverse! instantly I Panels adjust to windows 28' to 34' wide. 3 speeds;3600 CFAl · Guaranteed full 10 yn.l · Turn, itself ON and OFF · Ravwses imtonllyl · 3 speedi--moves 4000 CFM · Use os Intake or exhaid fan · Case, new Tox-StyT platSg 12-IN. DESK FAN 25.95 Wards Bast Quolity--lorn* quality by maker is 33.951 Ov cBlales! 3 jpeetfa; 1100 CFM; 8-Inch fan; 325 CfM. .UI Dust Pans Trimmed In rolnrp. 17ft RPB. 3!c Now 1 1C Brazier With Hood And »pll. Portable, LRTRP 5i?p. · Gnu nnh'.' IjM nf Reg. 2MS _. . £4i39 Aluminum Cake Pans S-inrli. } t o a t s pvenly, de,ins fasil.v. 21 only: Q Regular 'liir. .. Now tfC 66-pc. China Set Sflerliort o( Wnnrthlnp. l.yrlr. and Blossomtlmr. 4A nf Ref.4l.vfi Xnn- l£9i9 I 10 Inch Cake Pans Stainless sIPBl. ERFJ- lo cloan hfals pvenly. 2S only! 1 Q_ Rpp J5r. _ NOT 1 WW 100-pc. China Set Lyric. ^Voorlblnp. flnri Biopsomllmt". MM AT Rer fi2 5 n . ·fliCS 7-in.xlO-in. Cake Pan Madp of ovenex pprfpct hakowarp. 14 only! | it Reg. 2nr. \ 0 w 140 Ironing Pad, Cover FiLfl all standard Bize Ironing tables. Exlra Inne M f'J wearing Reg 321 fciwf OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS J

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