Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 30, 1955 · Page 1
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Written by HWK» GrMtoy hi 1171 THI 6RIILIY, RIPUtLICAM ', £·_'.- , ' -. ':-v..') r .'Mcrg*r'if'the;Cloverleaf Creamery amd the Carlson-Frink company ot:Dehv'ef was cb'mple'te'd Thursday afternoon,- it is announced'by; Robert .-.Reeve's,' 'president · of Carlson- Frink, and Mr. ; a n d - Mrs. Harold Helton, wh6;'-as- p'artneri, :6'wn«'d the .Cloverleaf.'"' "' ' ' i ' ^ .The merger is effective on Jan] l.^T'he name, .Gloyerleaf, .wilUbe retained, and the firm .name- wUl be the Cloverleaf Creamery · company. Harold Helton?will 'manage the .Greeley branch of Carlson- Frink-. ' ' ' ·" : '". ' ·' '' ' ; ; VWe. are very glad ,lo .; have ·Harold Helton remain, wilh us as manager," Reeves "said: "The present : employes of Cloverleaf will be retained: We plan expansion, -and propose to make ourvG.eeley branch a distribution center!" ' f "Carlsori-Frinx.Js the.largest in- .the : ormer. Local' Diesjri /Sahla^Monica":;; impendent dairy ;corhp'an'y in" C racJD, wholly. Colorado, owned," pre'?identi continued. "It is the result of, the, merger in 1926 of the Cfrlson Ice.' Cream rcompany ''and .the Frink Dairy company..' 0ur main plant is in Denver.' We 'are steadily growing. We .now have branches in Cojorado Springs, Boulder, and Stirling, and in Sidney, Neb." .JU'Sri:.';'· ·''·'·,·· '-'· '·' -The Heltons came to Greeley in ·he spring of-1936,'" Harold Helton then became a partner with Dale Miller' in the ownership of j the Cloverleaf.' In October-'of 1944'Mr. and Mrs. Helton,., as-i" partners, bought out Miikr's .interest. They have, since "operated the Cloverleaf. ^Reeyes^a'nd^Heltbn.be'cam'e' well acquainted ye'ars ag'6,: working together in ^industry'. maVers." - ·^Reeves .now has' ano.therjtie .in GfeeleV. Mr! and"-Mrs. Reeves were Thursday visiting their daugh- Ifr, Mrs. James W. Shaddock of Brentwood. 'Shaddock is. withV.the Mountain States pany here. Mrs. DpnaH Middfekauff,-55, the former , Jane . McCutcnedn," 1 -died early Friday morning at a hospital n Santa Monica, .Calif., frends arid relatives.in Grge.ey were notified. Mrs.'.' Mid'dlejcaiiff, .-a r.esiderit of California for 30 'yearsj h .d had a serious-operation two. week's ago. Gremilion ry!ces,will b« held 'in California; the ashes will be placed in'the family; plot at Linn Grove.' 'She is : survived by her husband; a brother, Ralph McCulchcon - of Van Nuys, Calif.; two'sis I e'rs, Frances McCui'v'hcun" ' bi .Claremopt, Calif, and ..Mrs. J. W. "(Ma.jprie) Kendall'of South;Pasadena,.Calif.; and an aunt,' Mrs. Mar Brock- manh o f Greeley. ; ' , - , . She was the.daughter: of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCulcheon, prominent Greeley residents in the first-part nf-the century. She was a graduate *6f .Greeley high- and -attended .business college and Colorado State College of Education before^moving to California.-She was married - t o Donald'^MirtdiilriUfi shortly ''after .moving to : the" vest VOLUME 4»-NUMBER 101 . 6K.EELIY. COLORADO,' ,;.;.'. y. FRIDAY,' DEC..M, ,1KS WEEKLY, TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1171 Hospital Pay Increase (City Transferred to Traffic. Deaths for': 1955 Exceed ;U.S. Batlle; Dead in 3-Year Korean-War ' !,CH1CAGO W -- A survey Thursday counted close to 36,boo traffic deaths in "--1955 and many\ states took .-emergency, action" tb-'h'bld down- the bloody toll. at. the tliru ofithe new year.- - , : '.'. f .~' L ' \ She ; final M955 ..highway. toll ui "eVpected lo.apprbach 38,000 e'punt- ·ing-jate deaths. -This- is-some-:4;500 '.' more than the 33,417 American soldiers, .sailors, marines - and Airmen killed in ' " " ' years- of id 'in battle 'in the; tltfee. the Korean war. "V/^K: An" area "amounting to. four. city blocks on'.the^east side- of Greeley was .transferred ' from;':the "Delta school district : :' (No..' 20");:to'.\ the Greeley' school "idistrict. No. 6, Friday morning by action of the Gree- ie'y school-board at'a'special meet- in^'" ':'·'·': / ' '" : .- ':-:.The area. includes the Wright and McGillvplaiit, radio station. KYOU and the' new" Greeley. Store Equipment company'.- . : : - - - · / . . - . .-; The Gre'eley ."school board's a^ proval -of 'thej.transfer'tis "the deciding action,- although' the- trans- feftpr'6ceedings.;a're"i'"subj«ct 1 to.- a review by the state-commissioner 'of : education.- : ...\ · f , J ",. : .':..'.;· '. '- iTTie^jrea has piily. one residence', that of Mr and- Mrs: J Thomas An- dersoili'.wKo'se'petitibn ·caused ;,the transfer, to'.be rhade.-.Thfy.fg'aye' as. their reason ·fo"r' f fraisferring -thit Ih'e Delta '. school -isVf wo "W'«f -llftU m lies/; from itheir j horn e jwh ilk; ; th'e, ' " ·" -A new'salary; schedule for nurses arid "most .other ^employees at tlie Weld County;' General hospital, here was, approved by ,the hospital's board of 'trustees at 'Lhe,.boara's regular'monthly.meeting last Monday, evening, II." H. Hill, .adminis- rator "of the hospital, announced Friday. .: ' .; ( '. : . - ' . . ' . . .'. Nurses. 1 under,, the "new scheduie will 'receive'Ja?n. per morith for i 40-hour week and $285 a month for a 44-hour we«k,'effective Jari:.!.' At ifesent they are paid $225-n'mbnth on- tlie' 40-Kour week and ¥250 for'a 44-hour, week'. "'·· ' ' · ' " ' , ' " ' . - ' ' · Salaries of department heads will be" increased |10 a month "under, the new. acnedule;tad. t h j £ Diaries of i most other employees of the hospital.$5 a mon[h,.. .-, ; ^ , Hill said the 1 increases, will'bring the 'salaries" 'of '· the" hospital. employees ;here more in line."wilh those' p'aid^ fo'r ' s i m i l a r ' work in other hospitals in ! this area. 1 "'' ..: : - He added no increase in hospital rates for patients-is contemplated at this'.time to compensate fur the increased .'costs .'of ."operating., the hospital-that .will 'result "from th'e higher pay.'scale -jml that .the rates wo'uld-ndt be-'raised.,unless" it becomes absolutely necessary. ' ,.The.administrator said hospital officials -are trying their best id keep'expenses of the hospital down and itul provide the best service possible'for.the people of the area. .The. hospital presently has an- pTpximately - 270 employees, ol whom 'abo'ut'60 are nurses. These ire .divided-into three shifts and relief, .workers who. replace shift workers'-on their days off. · Hill said more hospital employ- ees.are taking 40-hour a week jobs now-ih preference tto the "44-hour week,'.because of-.family or'other reasons'; As a result;-about''four wo'fkers'-are required for each job" three to, .i'erye on-;shifls. and the foiirfh ''to.lwbrfc on. Uve .days --the other three are alt;.''- \. ; -t. '.';? Gets Help for MptHerK£ ^ UEBLO, Colo. «1 r-^ Chirks FinVwita'dt, 1V«,. de«ri't kj»w, how to'diil a tvkption*: ·'' ' ' , · . ' , ' . - . · r ' J -· · ' · . - . . - - - . - . - ' · · ? . ' 1 But h« ptiV*d with rh« mitrumtnt \tng .tneufh ts.««H!rtm«n , to rovlv* hi» mother, Mri. Virginia Flnfcinitad^.aftir.'ih* celUptvd . ' Thursday. · ' ; .'."· · ··' : . . , .. · ' .'.:' . ; '- - Cha'rUs fumbled dttp*rat*ly vntil ·n i *)»*rater'n*Kc»d ( rh* erratic ; signal. Sh« ranarrxflrt station.'. " ' : '.' ' ' ' : . ' · l ! ' ' . . - ' ' ; : Th* younfs'rtr was unibta tblFilI hii..nam.o. or hl.addran. . : : -'."Wn«'rt'» your mother?" aikod a flrtnian.;'' ; · ' . ; · ' . ! ' ' ; ' : "Sh*'» on-th« floor," Chirl*t-rtpll*d.' ' ;. " · " -.'-.. c . Firamtn *xttnd«d th* conversation to have th* {ill^racvd.'Th*n th*y ractd to th« Kom* and found Mri. Finkfnntadt yncMiicloui'vn thi'rloor." ·· '. . · · · ' , · ' . ' ' ; ' - ' . ' " . ' ., . ; V':.''.."-j.;:...'. · Shi wii r*viv*d by *cyg*n and taken t* a hoipHal ftr'obwrva- »ion; .-.-. .;; ····'. ·. .··-.'.'...: v. -- ··'"'. · :·: ·.-, '." ·.. . ' : ; 2 ' Weld Wreck, . - . - - . in March of Month Proclaimed Weld Doctors tack Polio accine ' ' . 1 1 * 1 1 ' I . 1 t It- ' J : vn ' *··«·*'». ." **·*· in.v-» 4'Jt falls short of the record,39,- Arlington .school 939 auto deaths in 1941 bu.t-is.cerr biod^ · ·' tair^to exceed 1954's 36,000 deaths.. '/A'survey taken by the Associated Press just before 1955 ended count- ni 35,785- Americans' killed on' streets and roads in' the year., '.The'AP polled all. states''about 'their-traffic, deaths to date .and tfreir.plans to combat traffic'acci- dents over the approaching · new year's holiday. Up to date 'figures came from all states; except New York, where statistics lag by three months. · (Delayed reports, deaths through r}ew/Year's eve and deaths later from injuries suffered .in late 1955 a";ci!ents probably will boost .the yea'r's toll by some 2,000. 1 -/California topped all states with J.349 deaths through Christmas. -;.The worst records were piled up on holidays--2% 'deaths last 'New Year's;. 369 over Memorial Day, ^·'record for that holiday; 407.dur- ing the Independence. Day weekend; 43S .over Labor Day, and 609 over Christmas -- the. bloodiest Holiday in Jhe history of motoring. .'-^Appalled by last:weeken'd'f black record, officials in 'many . states have ordered stringent enforce^ · ment measures for the coining holiday. . . ' , .. -"'. '. * ·.'"!·'I ,-The National Safety Council.says · of Ihis New Year's:"."Th'e.cold Kg- ures force us td'.the conclusion thai 420 will die.'' :/This would be a record for New Year holidays. The greatest New Year toll thus far was 407 established over four dnys in 1952-53. The approaching holiday is.three days, from 6 p.m."local lime.Fri- day to midnight Monday. . County Awards Job Printing Contract. only ·" three. ' ' . . . . i Both, the JinderjonsV.; the., mem- bers'of 'the' Delta »chtol board, anil p r. : Le's He ,- K. Grimes ·' at(end.efl -,t.h.e hearing Friday m'o.rning at the'Weld County . Superintendent .of, schools office. Following 'this' hearing ; .Dr'. Gr'imes,; Greeley superintendent of schools 'called- the .special;. board meeting to act on the -petition. ,,.. Th'e'terrilory is be tween -Twenty- fourth and Twenty-fifth si reels 'and .between. Fifth' and Sixth avenues.' In addition it includes the adjoining area between Fifth avenue and the- Union Pacific railroad right of way and between Twenty-second and Twenty-fifth'' streets'.";,^ -.'·· '· |||er:CenfCuf in Valuation of Back at by Khrushchev - Physicians in Wold-cgunty have not.oe'cn^able to otitain sufficient Salk polio vaccine to'meet all demands, although a report to the slate polio planning commifle'e slated that,less t h a n , half of! the amount.shipped to .Colorado since August h'^s.been"used.' . .- ·. Th'e 'shortage of vaccine |n Weld county was' reported .Friday morh^ ing by,Dri H.. E^ Raymond, ch'air- man of the publicity,com'hiittee'pf the Weld County^ Medical Society.' : : . Ajilnit Stito.Control " · Simuita'ne'dusiy, he said'the Weld County · Medical Society-' does' nb't favor proposed state control of the vaccine."' ·'··-_-. . ..\,"We feel lhat.we Save distributed all available vaccine in Weld county as well as we'co'ujd. Our.opinion is ihat the solution lies in the companies being-able to.get out «uf- fiiient amounts^ of Vtccine to'pri; vate 1 physicians,' 1 ^ " · -; x ; Shortigi of Vacclno Gmril;'." The.shortage of Vaccine,' he' added, 1 is not peculiar . to', this! ar'e.1 alone but is geheril thoughout the country'.^.,' , ' V 1 .- ' · r * ; . : ·'^. Drii;Haymqnd. explained\ that physicians in . Weld_ county have bien '.1re[ceiv)n^ i vVcc_lnejjromVfEl Lilly and c'p'inpanyi'olindianapoU w - - Cardinal in Taipei . : TAIPEI', Formosa I* -- Francis Cardinal -Spellman archbishop of New Yort, .arrived Friday from Okinawa for ...a- crowded -26W-hour found: of meetings, receptions and a talk a n d - d i n n e r - w i t h President Chiang Kai-shek;' - . , - ' .' · · - · .' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,An El. Paso, -Tex., couple died in., a..onercar. crash three miles south of the Wyoming: border':.Friday 'morning ' tcv send '.Colorado's 1955 highway' dcalh' loll'to'424 compared with. 381 on this .date In' 195 1. : Jetferspn . B . Bruce, ,61, . 'and; his wife^plni: Gertrude, 59,' were'fai- aliy injured ' when Bruce lost 'control of their car on '- a .curve on V. | S... 87. · The car went., Into " a ditch and flipped over twice.'. Bruce died instantly and/ '.Mrs. Bruce lived only a few minute's slier, the crash. . . . ,.._'. , . ," , - . ' . , ; , ' ·The accidenj:^hich,wasJn.W,eid county, was^iiivc'stigatcd .by -".Corp.- ncr.Ross Adams'6n k and'.the bodies brought to" the .'.damson 'mortuary here. The : .'deaths '/raised '..Weld county's' highway' fatality'. for 1955 ' - " - ' ' ' '' ' ""' Two v; Colorado traffic · deaths DENVER Un 4- January u-jyas proclaimed ."March :\of : .' Dimes Month" in i, Colorado" . b y i .Gov; Johnson Thurs'day. : , ·': : - The .chief executive n -hoted. lhat Ih6 .Salk.; polio',: vaccine.".'^.'give's great promise'.'.but comes.too late to aid persons already-, suffering crippling effects of the disease and that more'money is needed, for scientific research. Mild Weather for Weekend; IsFbrwasI: :;By';THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 A repeat of that,mild Christmas weather is promised forithe New Year's weekend in . Colorado; and Divorcee Had Heart Thursday attributed to -'icy * ' highway -. conditions:"^ The Colorado Highway ' : Patrol said Mrs. EJhel'.M. Harrison, .«2, of .Colorado Springs _died £0, rain; ules after the car Bhe'waV.'drivin'g collided with .a, se^md : auto.'.on '.a "slightly icy''.bridge about 5 miles south.of Colorado' Springs. · ,''. : '.Earlier, (He pilrol reported Kenneth K. Kingbury, 58, 'of t Denye'r, 'died .when his-, car-.skiddeoVon'an icy' apot on' U. 1 S. 1 24 and ; 'crashed into a 'concrete - abutment a-;mile west of Bethune ' in Kit Cifson ounijv . '.'·"" '"""···' ' ' . ' : '"- · :.CO.LOHADiO SPRINGS, W -- Au- horitie.s said Alva'-C,-. Quillui. 24, a.dmitted-.-Friday . a missing iColo- ·ado , Springs divorcee suffered 'a ieart- attack in his. stalled; car Dec.-. 17. i -j, . ' . ,. -The- .: divorcee, ·, Mrs.. Alellja Cappsi-;-33, 'has-been' 1 the L .object-ol a ; , .widespread, search :-since\. Quit lin'told' police, ihe-, vanished from hit - . cat; : (tar Mt ·- ikWded - o« - th ' ' - ' ' i KE_Y .WEST, Fla. «i ^.The White House, i hitting' [back -at.!Soviet criticism of President Eisenhower, sai'd;Friday : Ihe United' States*will continue .to..seek peaceful libera^ tion of captive European peoples "until success ..is' achieved." The reiteration .of the American goal was set forth in. a statement by Press Secretary James C. Hag- efty^ affer, it had been approved by'-EiserihWer-'irid , Secretary of State Dulles';' " ' ' - . ' - The statement was in reply to criticism.Th'ursday.by Nikita .S. Khrushcficv, Russia's Communis't party bos/, accusing Eisenhower /The Greeley Tribune has been awarded 'the contract for"the county, job printing by the cor^mission- -e'ri,".following open.ing of b.ids Wednesday ,.af ternijori.' The .7ribu n'e "was low bidder^''' ' · · ' . - " - · · · Other low bidders awarded con- trac ts' w er e. ...·,«:·. ' · · · '-.·-, !:Paper and, lupplies,' Bachman CMfice Equipment' company; large records not obtainable locally, Hoeckef Book t Lithographing company of Denver;, and records and stationery", Greeley -Tribune a'nd McVey.prinlery. ("The Greeley Journal '..submitted crude Interference European -'affairs f.The Journal was items on which.bids were'asked, , and the Greeley Br-osfer low ( -on the other two. They.were the-'only" newspapers Id submit biw.,for publishing the county, advertising which: includes the commissioners' -':^ -V. and Dulles of in . Eastern through' Christmas broadcasts to those area's; : - - '.V ':· .- "·' . "/ i Khrushchev- also accused', the Pjejident -of having, violated tie spirit of. the .summit meeting .held at Geneva last July. ···£·,·'··'·'· In'his itatement, Hagerty-in effect denied that. . "-, ,^ K ··' "The 1 peaceful. liberatiori; 'at 'the ca'ptive" peoples,".'-Hagerty. iaid, "has been, is, and--until success-is achieved--will continue to. be a major goal of United States foreign policy." Only Thursday Hagerty- told newsmen at Eisenhower's vacation headquarter! here'that neither the. President nor he would have any comteent on the* Khrushchev, -'atr tack!',:;..,;,... '':.-x-.';::;:,, .,.-;· Hagerty's ' itateme'n't freveriing that position s came after : Eisen- howfr hid spent,three and a .half hours working on h'ii'Jan. 5 State o£ the' Union · rnessage' and^other government buiuiess. TlejieisioR presumably dealt. also . with ^ the statfment Hagerty. ijfu*d.^ - ·-. A 10.per cent ;:iucfion on the iss'essed Valuation on all classes of-cattle in the county was asked by. a: : delegation representing the Weld County Livestock Association ahd s 'the'WeLd County Feeders Association at a meeting Thursday with'. County Assessor W T. Kennedy. , -· \ Kennedy said.Friday the request would be taken up at the annual county:-.assessors 'conference and meeting with th t o . f i x commission at Colorado Springs in January, where a decision regarding the reduction-.will be made. ' Spokesmen for the group of about 15 stockmen and feeders who conferred with Kennedy were Gus Anderson of Route 1, Ault, chairman of the livestock- assignation's tax commmiltee,'i.nd Harry ;Bailey of Eaton,-representing the feeders. ' The delegation presented figures shoeing cattlein'en "and;feeders re-, ceived 67-per cent of parity In 1955 as compared with-84 per cent in 1935 and 156 per, cent'in/i948.' .; "By cpmpcrison,- the assessed .val- uation'on-range cows re^ommend- ed by the state tax commission in IMS was $13.75, in 1955 !(40 and, in 1948, $38. The. figures showed the lyerage assessment r. tc in Colorado for. th« 10 years from 194S to IKS was"$43. It was pointed out also I" t the average selling price of cattle this yeari when the assessed valuation was $40 a head, was J1G.27 per hun- drsdweight while in 1945, when trie valuation was $35, the average selling price.was $16.87 per cwl. . : Also'.that the average price for fed steers hit a new low, this year vaccine., 'ofvphysiciaris. . . . ?Mn addition We!d;physfcians have gotten .some additional Vaccine from -the" Weld couniy health .department, but not. enough to enable the physicians t o : meet the demands. . -.'. -.-- .. ,- ;' : . . --:.The' total, amount..-.was in" the neighborhood of 1,400^ CM,left; over, frorn the polio vaccine program' l and obtained from the state. This'would ·· · (Continued on Page.11) Drive lor Funds lor :- and iriej: jieh.t Jor .; help," t)'olice. Chief L.B.. '.Bruce of Co ·-'?-*- · ': o«-;Ji*.T : Jii.i 'f'r\I.lTi;i ' 't'^-- .'; Wyoming,;. ,'rhe f . . . ^ forecast issued Fri- Less Hurry and day predict. only scattered snow flurries over Colorado's mountains during-.the .period.. The-.;Wyoming outlook,is for gcnerally ; fair;weather until scattered snows,move'over the mountain- areas- about next Wednesday. , ·.',,]":· ;. -'.\ · '.'-.: .Temp'erajures will; average near seasonal in .Colorado, and.'hear or a little, belp.w seasorijin Wyoming. Patches of f o g - a n d a.few f snqw flurries 'were' reported .early..Friday, along' the "east .edge ..of .the mountains, in .'Colorado . a n d ..In southern ..Wyoming.' Elsewhere ;ih the two' stales -skies ,began,,clcar- ing 'in';the' wake -of Thursday's ,stormy conditions. ' ' Precipitation measurements included:... .-'.·;,/'.! ,', ·"·",;·'.'.·",' ' i Wyoming' '--"· Rawlins '.IB of 'an nch, Laramle .01, and traces, at heyenne. and..Rock',Springs. .Colorado ^-- Colorado SprIngs : .Q2, f.uebio .01, and.traccs.at"Denver, 'rinidad,,'La' JTiinta.·',,'...'. ' '. '.,'. .'Coldest temperatures early Frl- ay were 12.below zero,.at Moorcroft,] -SVyo., and 5^ above".at Fras- 0$;#.tt^r$ij^.i$M ot'^tiie rWeld 'Countyj,Safety."Covin c'il, eVpresse" ^uu»vjr .^aici^^ x*uuu l]bpe'Fr'icfay the'ter of.JJi.56. per 13 per ''cent . drop from 1954, . and'.a --drop, of (124.74 per head from the 1961 average.' ; " ' · ' " ' . ; · ' . ' · ' · ' Ouartot. H«r« Toniofi) : The Old Fashioned Revival Hour quartet -and pianist · Rudy- Atwood wiji present a program of vocal and instrumental , music "tonight CFrida'y) at T:'M o'clock at the Creeley High school auditorium. The local ^engagement is the final in a "Series 1 ; of musicals given this week .in the Rocky Mountain area. Ed EricksW, local " director of Youth for Christ,. 'has. coordinate-d plans for tonight's rally. Tne'mim- cil .team will be'-' heard briefly over. KYOU at 5 o'clock. ^ . Immediately following the rally, th'e men will motor to 'Denver- to leave for Los Angeles. They, will arrive in time. for the Sunday broadcast of -. -' ' . Th'e 'drive to raise $37,500 for furnishing' and eqiuppirig' the community building got under way this Week. .': ' i . ' - .. . ·.,. -.'·'· Some' 46 large firms .which are new to Greeley since the building fund drive was carried out or which were unable to contri) ute 'at .that tinie are being cbn(acted,.this.,,wreX.' i"Around 20 of thejsb.;?'-ii4rs calling on the firm's'met at the Chamber of Commerce office Wednesday to receive their instructions and materials. :.. '. : .-. .·-·';' : . " Meantime, letters have-been sent out to approximately 250 smaller businesses or professional men that also are new or '· were unable to contribute *o the building : fund. Workers.will call on then 1 during the. week of Jan. 16.- -"- , j "Many new people have moved to Greeley" since the :q iginal.fund campajgn was conducted and''oth- ers who were unable'.to contribute a t ' t h a t - t i m e m a y - w i s h to c^o so now," Waller Bain, chairman."of the executive committee said "We feel certain they "would like to join with the hundreds of others who have made 'this building possible and share in the total cost." - · . 'And IV dded: * , ·" · - · · ''·· '·· ,'1We realize there'undoubtedly are a large number of firms which have enjoyed gr.ater .prosperity since th'ey made their contribution in 1947 and ; 194a and, would like to share wilh a bigger ''. ontribulion. We would be glad lo have them volunteer .their- contributions. 1 './ The building is expected to .be resdy for use by Greeley and Weld county organizations; b y . M a r c h 1. Money raised in prior years is on hand to. pay. for the entire cost of the building. To provide the minimum furnishings and^equipnient will cost an additional- $37,500.' she .disappeared^ arter^he · went fp help:- ''- - . .'\ : ' ·'·''* !"·· ..'.'.i ··',*·'-"*' · Briice fiiil, i t - is likely Quillin will be;taken.to,the Colorado General Hospital .in- Dehver--hd ad-' ministered .truth serum. . " ' " " ; V... : :'Bruce'; : 'said..:Quillin's .'admission MrsV : Capps. suffered" a'-heart at-, tack "came'during a session at-' tended by his father.and mother, Mr.'"' and ' Mrs;^ Clarence Quillin, and a;' Colorado. Springs doctor. ' ' Bruce said... the physician, who , _ . . _ _ _ asked not to be - identified, had '.-. ..'·?. · \ tre"ated-''.M'rs.; Capps for' a heart · - ' · · ' ' " condition.''Bruce said the physician described Mrs, Capps' condition if such' that .'she could .'walk only a short 'distance without'.collapse..-' Quillin,-.·.Bruce;..said v has' agreed to undergo truth serum:tests, even to the extent of paying for their COSt. -' . . : · . · -An extensive search of the country where. Quilling.car was;stalled h'»; failed^to : yield .any/ trace '·. · The'board of i directors ", of .'th«" First: .National/- bank, = 6f "Gr'eelejr ,' Thursday .announced'the 1 purchas* of three lots at Ninth avenue and Eleventh' street' (or .the' eventual i . construction of a new. bank and : of-! fice''building with adcqiiuto, park*; · irig space and 'drive-in. .i'acilit'.es."i-\. ] Part of. the property was . pur-.;i . chased .from Harley Bennett ,.nd UV : now occupied by Bennett cleaner!^ 1027 ^finth avenue!; ;'.. ·.·-",, '.} i --..' The . remainder' 'was ^purchased; '· from the heirs of,'the late Frank/, B'.'.Dayis', including"his"widow, Mrs,-:Muriel B. Chapman, and his three.', children,. Robert. S. v !)avisV 'Mr«.. Beyerly D.-Vbirnholt and^Siisa'n..Mr-: Davis', .and.'frbm Davis" ^mother,, Mrs. Lida Davis. .. . - .-.- . . ; :»:- ; Iri acquiring , the three lots a ^ " lots 14,; 15. and 16 in'"-block'.'78,--. the bank acquired .'a'190-foot'front', on'Ninth'avenue and ISO .feet .on- Elevcnth street.,-.- ' _- ; · : - : ^ - - - ^ r ; The Davis property/in the-shape.. . p of an L, borders the'Btnnett prop;.' .erty^pn the rjQi'th and ..vwest.·'."' 'Purchase price.of the. three lota ( . was not disclosed. V . ' "- .5 ; : ; · :-:' T h e - b a n k is to lake' possessipa: n or before May 1, next. -ear.- The .businesses -on-, the -lots will; seek other"lpcations, it was -re- twrted. They include, -in; addition! to · Bennett cleaners, the Greeley! Journal, 909 Eleventh street; Sum-." mers'- fealty, 1025 Ninth avenue and'- the'Motor-Mart.- . . : . · : . ' - " - , - ; ; · Directors ,of the bank said their, decision, to ,purchase the property" and make, plans for a t ew building was based on their confidence ;.m . t h e , growth of Greeley ,and Weld' county, and a resultant need fqr;- larger and belter ^facilities.'.for. serving bank p a t r o n s . - ; ^ - --- -·- -'An architect: Is expected to ".'is: h i r e d ' i r i ' t h c near f u t u r e . t o ' b e g i n : fo'rm'ulatlng 'plans for th'e ne\r" bank building. Until this time, no; decision" will be made regarding"the type of building or its size'aud." when construction will begin.--:i;j 1 '; 'Ihe Bennett property consists'of: 71. feet on -Ninth . avenue and ap-^' proxlmatcly--98 feet 'on - Eleventh'- street. The Davis properly includes 119 feet, on Ninth avenue and 5 U i . feet on^i.Eleventh strett. . 1 - - -. i ' Now In ils.7l5Uyear,;the First' , ., . er,';Colo. West Yellow.stdne; Mont., wai( -th'e'coyde'st'.spbt in .the .najldn ' ' '- - ''- ' ·'-" - ' ' · - ' · · - · *'. below;' National .bank'.of ,- Greeley Is.-'the; Idest -b^ank - i n , W.eld count;-. 'The; ank was founded Hay 6, 1884, oni he. sanie "slie .it no.w ..oc'cA'ples .at* he._sou^heasi;corner-of Ninth.aye^.' . , · -. . Grana;JuhctloT! | -'Co'.;I:aiid 528 ' a - " " - ' ' ' ' " ; . . . . . . MaxJmum - and -minimum ten .'peratiirei£ during. th'e.''24:i|pur. pe ' 1 WJirbe.taken,to,heart.by .everyone and lhey';witi.lrive'carefully'.over .th'e'New'Year'i.'hoIiday.:" ''-··" ·; I '.'With.a. Wile less hu'rry^ and with just -.a' littJe"-'m6re- common/sense! »nd .cojlrfesy.J we.,,'cduld^-make' ijappy'New'Ye"ar''have i 3ome:real meaning," :Towning/said. .; . . ' f The council.-president .observed; speed, is! an.unnecessary, gamble jr.: winter, .as.- winter .'· slacks;:enough, odds against, a driver. He gave these six rules for.safe winter driving: .- '.- .!-: ·: ; ! To Beat Slick,.Roads, get the "feel" of the' road when you first start out. When no other .vehicles are near,-try your brakes, a . f e w times. Know what lo expect of the road and your car. To "Beat, Unexpected Weather, adjust'your, speed lo weather and road conditions: Keep your .car ' : ol at a' L,eadvllle','38:20, ,,Craig!'32-19, '- eblp^ and La, 'Junta' 33-25J . Alampsa 48-27, Grand Juiittlon 49-34, Eslcs Pa'rk 29-13 v , . ; * ' ' . ' r ,..'". " . . . . ' . Wyoming'-- 'nawlins'22-18, Rock Springs 23-18,' Cheyenne 25-19, Ijir- amie 24-14,-. Casper :26-zerp,, Sheridan 24-minus 8, Lander 22-1. ; in Today's Issue Due to Shortage '. Today's 12-p'agc Tribune conlajns one folio".sheet for-.'pages 1, 2, 11 arid 12 arid four single sheets for pages'three through 10. ' -' This unusually large number'of single sheet; on the inside'h'»s been caused by^a, shortage of 34-inch rolls.of newsprint. ' The January/shipment of news print frorii the.paper mill at West Lynn, Wa'sh., from which the Tribune gefs^ils newsprint, was cancelled because : the mill is running 60 days behind schedule. This la£ is the result of an increased demand for newsprint. .-., ·: ·· In addition, t h e ' m i l l - w a s clpsed 15 days because of flood condition!, putting-it a total of 75 days : behind. ./ ,,.: : ·.-.',;·.·· . However,' ~\ the'-.Tribune, during Deremher was' able to get.two extra carloads of. 17-inch rolls, and will use them to stretch iis supply of 3-inch rolls. A t ' t i m e s during January arid February the Tribune will contain the unusually large number 'of single sheets, i V ; Normally, the 17;fnc'h'='rolls.' are used.- only'.|o^ provide the'.',single sheets required in'papers of 10, 14, 18, 22 and 26 pages,- while the 34- Inch paper provides the folio, or under control at all limes by'slow- ing down on. wet,...icy or snowy roads.'. '_:,..';..-,.' . ....'I...'" .. -, , ''To!««i'Poof .Visibility, keep the windshield.: and .windows .clear. ·Don't let snow, ice, fog or frosl obscure/your vision. Not'beirig 'able to'. see.-'ciearly,;.'is.'an" Important fRclpr in winter'.accide'nts. ' ' " ' , . ,-To Beat Poor .Traction; use.ture chains' or snow. tires ( f o r . seyere snow and ice conditions. They'can cut braking distance as much as 50 per cent. Thai's a'big margin for.sa'fety^ ' . ' . . . . - , .'.', '.. · .' ·To Beat Skidding,. pump your brakes rapidly to stop. If you jam them on you may lock your wheels and;throw, your car'into a danger- ous'skid. ',- · ' : . . , : - T o - B e a t Jam-Ups, follow : 'other vehicles a t . a safe distance. Remember, the other fellow faces the sanie conditions as you. Winter driving is just as dangerous, for htm as for. you. ·· ·: ·-, '·. In conclusion,'.Towhing said, "If you indulge tcift'miich !n the holiday spirits,.don't drive." , Nerve Surgeon Dies . CASSIS, France -- Prof. Rene Leriche; 76,'noted for-:hisMech- nique : In -surgery . ofithe .nervous arid : circulatory systems, died Thursday! Wyer tttis. : Parked;,; , i Autoj Damage !$650 · | ~.Damage totaling, an .estimated J6BO resulted when a 1948 Plymouth, 4-doof driven by. Lee Otto Vierow; 17, of G25 Twcnty-rccond sirect; struck a' parked 1952 Chevrolet owned by William Clayton Done:' of Route^l, Wcldona, in front of 605 Twenty-second street about-6 27, p. m. Wednesday, police reported; " Young Vierow, traveling horln on Sixth ' a v e n u e , · · w a s ' - aking a' left urn onto Twenty-secord strceL. He Speakir from D«ivfr the Rey..^'^^.^^ .Mafre of Denver will Vpeaic here Sunday at H a'.'i mX'arid '2:30ip. m.vatUhe Church of God mission, c«DC-r.cl Seventh .street and Ninlh .ivenue. -1 "'"":,'".: . - ' ' ' ."" """',} : double shetfs. .·.Newpa'peri ; !thttHigfr°t.h«' coflntry are feeling .(he.scar-illy ol news- prih't '"and jOTiie' paperi are occas- iojilly- .omitting 'idverUjing, in ' Pickup .Damaged ;$15j) A 1955 Dodgi.-piciup driven' by Melvln I?alph O r t h m a n , of 1527 Third street was jimajed 150 and a 1952 Ford truck driven by Bobby Gene Baird of 2!4 N. Eighth avnue |10 in an,accident one mile ,,orth of Greeley on U. S. 85 about »:l0.a. m. Thursday, 'the hlghwty palrol reported, ',-·'' ',--] · ,-' Orthman, headed north, hit a ilick spot In^.the-foad^ iur.-ed^i r.round bnc«. and hit the bumper of Baird's iouthboiind truck. The accident, was Investigated "by 'State" Patrolman j/.ltr rnake^theirJiuppliei' last Investigated 'by 'State" Patrolman try.-.',.'. .' ."l,,',.^, ;,- '.-:'·'-'jT, : ~., Eugene L.' Aycrt.V.... .. -;·.. · ..... old jwlice that, as he was turning, a car passed-hini on the left,,fo'rc- n"g|him to the right and he :was unable to'^pply his brakes in lime :o avoid ' hitting: Doney's parked auto.*. · - - .; ' - ; · · · The youth suffered a bruised left leg in the accident, whlch'damage'd his ear $350. Doney's" auto was damaged ?300. Police charged Vierow with careless driving. ' ' A 1946 Chrysler'sedan 'driven by Mrs. Virginia . Lee Trucsdell of Ifautc.3 was damaged $20 whenUt was struck by a truck btcking from a', parking space 3S f e e t ' n o r t h "of Tenth street -on. Eighth avenue abo'ut 10:27 a; m. Thursday. The truck, a 1950 Chevrolet driven hy William Edelbert Heno of 7 Antelope drive, was not damaged. DatesMfor Signing Up of Beet Acreage The datts and places .where sugar neel-arnwers in the Eaton, Greeley and Windsor "districts of the Great Western Sugar .company will sign up for 1956 acreage allotments were announced Thursday. The - announcement 'was .made following a'meeting of the-Weld counly'v'ASC sug'ar ,beet committee attended by ; managers '.and fieidmen"of the company,';-'; ."--'i ·'Acreage slcnuju will be by station,'areas.. Below', is. lis.led-;each stalionT the Place where the' sfgh- .'. '. .(Contlnuti CD paje «/,: .;., f lie bankjif'aj iirgaiuzed in Weld 'county:'under 'the-. natlonal r -bank --·· act and thereby hecame in name;' as well in'; fact,'-.the First Na= tipnal Bank pfiGreelex, '' , .-/,' 'At that time Jhe'county erabrat" c d - a l l land now_ known · as Weld/ Morgan, Logan,' Sedgwick and Phillips counflcs and parls of Yuma and Washington counties.', · : -_\ -yThe present building .underwent remodeling in 1918; and 1919 and again in -1629. " · ' ' l \ · ' s ' , - - ' iV^eather -.'- ·- ( ). , '· ~ ·- · ] Local for 24 hours ending 8 a. rn. Friday::High,i28; low, '23. ·;. '·= '· ' Colorado-H-.Moslly. · cloudy : 'south-; west";'Friday; ''otherwise ·' partly- cloudy through ' Salurday; scat-; teredj'showJrs -soiithwes't.'Friday^ " wilh;snow southwcslorn mountains and a few flurries higher moun-' tains elsewhere; a little warmer, cast Friday . afternoon;- warme^ east aid north Salurday; low Frir (lay nffcht 0-lp below .high; mgun-. (aln valleys 15-25 lower elevations; 1 hic'h Saturday 40's .w.e'st to'''45-55 east. ;'. ..', . . . - . ' .. ' - :..!'; i Wyoriiing--Partly cloudy South Friday; plnerwise generally fair through Saturday;' a-little warmer, east · of the 'Divide. Friday afternoon- an'd- north portion Friday, night; warmer Salurday; low^FrK day night 0 : 20 below mountain's; p-10 above'north to-10-20 south;high Saturday.35-45. .'. '= ..-( ! New M e x i c o ' -- 'Mostly cloudy Friday and Friday night; Salur-. day, parlly cloudy; · ' FIVE DAY FORECAST : . V : Colorado: Temperatures will average near seasonal; warmer east Saturday and Sunday; : little 1 change thereafter until warmer bast about Wednesday; 'occasional scattered .snow flurries mountains; otherwise little" or no precipitation likely, , " · .:. S»rv!c«s for M»lt!« Str-b.ra '· Funeral services'for Mrs.'Mattie Strobcrg ol 818 Fifth street will be heK at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the Adamson Memorial chapel. Further services will-be field at Arkansas City, Kan., with interment at Newkirk, ;0kla. Mrs. Stfoberg'was fatally injured'in';« traffic accident near Bennett Wednesday. night. Her. husband, Axel Stroberg, who was 'critically..Injured in the accident, was re. irt'cd to have had a good day Thursday. He is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital^ Denver. '.-,'.. :;! ..,' ; : ;;·:· M«.rrlas« Llctnj** : ' V Kenneth Foster arid Marjofie. Darlene Mayes, both of Fort Mor- IQTI - . . . . * : . v gan. .Jack Keith Hardy of'Colorado Springs and Maltie Ca: li. · nines of Greeley. . . ' / . . . . · · ·_'. , . ' Hearings' on sugar beet Twages and prices will be held here Jan. ;4, 'not Jan. 11, as'was'printed in (ht = Tribune yesterday..^..^i .:. \ .."·"·'

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