Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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Page 4 GHEELEY TKlliU.NE Monday, June 24, 1957 Watkins Decision Slows San Francisco Hearing sion in refusing lo answer questions. Under the Watkins ruJins, Tavrnner said, he was required "time and lime asain" to explain (he jHTlincncc and purpose of his summer Faculty i Edith Wiebking Hall at 20th Street SAN (··/MNCISCO '.o -- .Spokesmen [or the House SubcoinmiUee on Un-American Ac;! 1 , i'.ics dfclnre the II. S. Supreme Court's Wai- kins case decision slowed and hampered its four-day Sas Kran Cisco hearings into asserted Communist cell operations amoim California [irofc-ssions. (iep. Holierl J. Mi-Inlobli ( I I Mich) said Friday n i g h l the committee's work ''obviously was flowed" by ihc high court's decision Monday. The election reversed a contempt of Con^rcs conviction of labw leader John T. W n t k i n s for refusing lo n ; i m e to Ihe committee former Communist associates. Frank Tavenncr. c o i n n i i l l c e ' counsel, nolccl t h a t ninst witnesses I here rdicil on the W j i l k i u s deci- ' and | The committee members i a f f departed for \ where the group will meet Tucs-^ diiv, w i t h o u t anawcrine, deposition' subpoenas in a 5500.000 damage suit. ' I The Mill was filiMl for lhi- vvi'lnw · and four children of W i l l i a m K. Sherwood, 41, Stanford biochemist who c o m m i t t e d suicide Sunday, two days before he was lo testify. Superior Judge Milton D. Sapiro: said the subpoenas were without effect u".lil he ruled on a challenge I c l i i i n i i n g the congressional com- miller ami s t a f f members cannot be .sued in connection with official! a c t i v i t i e s . | | USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS! Does Your Lawn Have Burned Spots or Hard To Sprinkle Areas? Install a GOODYEAK underground sprinkler system snd trot uniform covprnfre . . . GUARANTEED against (Inmate from freezing Jind crnTosion. WE HAVE EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL TO INSTALL THESE SYSTEMS A V A / l . A H M S UNDER I'MI.A. LOANS l;'| lo 3(i A l o n t l i s To I'ay CAM, CONSUMERS OIL For Free K.slimalcs Phone 456 Dr. Craig K. Fullerlon, ant tuperinlendent In charge of I n s t r u c t i o n , Omaha public schools, formerly assiftant sU' pcrintondont of Grcclcy schools |Collects Baby Pictures for Anti-Nuclear Test Propaganda Campaign VAN .NUYS. Calif, in - A minister's wife is jolieitlnc 10.0W baby pictures. She wants to use them m a plea for ha!tic£ the testing o f ' n u c l e a r weapons. : -Mrs. J, Gallal Kernaban, wile of the pastor of the West V a n ! C o m m u n i t y Methodist ssid Friday jhp hones t o 1 have bij batches before Aug. 6 to President Eisenhower, B r i t i s h : Prime Minister .Macmillan a n d ; i Soviet Communist boss Krhush-: ichev. . ; : Aug. 6 will be the 12lh a n n i - j |versary of the dropping of t h e ; I first atomic bomb, at Hiroshima, ;Japan. -"""· Kcrnahan said parents are being asked to wrile ihe following i on the back of the pictures: "Stop the bomb tests for . . ." (inser 1 .- ing the chUd's name). They are also asked to sign Ihcir names. Marti Kirigeoifei. Aafle Iran- georges and Hirle Kari^ortes each sought the right to idmitv ister hu estate'. Seven prcicnpUOB cnealiU to serr» jou at jTMir IriudJy REXALL HOI-M: "KAH" lUmpi it Gilbert- Biihop lad Wddorido Drnji.-- Adv. 1 Mrs. Edith Gale Wiebhing, wife of Marry Wfib- king, is being honored In the naming of thii women'i residence hall facing Twentieth Street, east of Tenth avenue. A native of Philadelphia, Mrs. Wiebking received her elementary education and lecondary rducation in Denver, and her bachelor's and master's degrees from Colorado Sf4fe Coffage of Education: She was instrumental In establishing the Hangirta of the Greens, a Christmas season tradition, In the women's residence halls. She was associate dean of women . with Dr. Wilion and she and her husband served as directors ol Bclford Hall and Snyder Hill, residence halls for women. Photo by Skeels Calvin. Welcome, Students! We will be glad to see all of our old friends and meet all of you newcomers. CRAFTS -- ART -- HOBBY SUPPLIES Mr. nnd'Mrs. Gus Roacntrnlor HAVEN NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS 627 8th Ave. Do YOU have a hobby? Cattlemen Say Wilderness Saving System Would Hit Nat'l Defense , WASHINGTON Wl - Tho Amcr- Corners region where Utah, Ari- j i c a n N a t i o n a l CaUlompn's Assn. zona - Cotorado and New Mexico Dr. Leslie K. Grimes, superintendent of schools, Greoley. House Passes Measure lo Use Farm Surpluses WASHINGTON im - The House j h a s passed nnd sent to the Senate la hill extondinK for one year the A g r i c u l t u r a l Trade Development nnd Assistance Act which allows sale of U. S. f a r m surpluses lo friendly foreign nations. The measure, passed 3M-7, also boosts from three to four billion dollars, the amount of government- owned surpluses available for disposal under Uie program. The bill use of an additional 300 million dollars worth of the surplus commodities for relief gifts abroad. The measure now goes to the Senate. t h a t establishment wilderness prcscr- A firm in Doualn, French Cam- croons, wants an export market for a n i m a l horns and bones. said Saturday of a national valion syslcm would "seriously affect the national defense." Radford Hall of Denver, executive secretary of the association, lold a House Public Lands Sub- c o m m i t t e e : "We believe the protcclion of the stockpile of atomic bombs is more important lo the great ma- jorily of people on Ihc East Coast Uinn is Ihc fact t h a i a certain | hillside in Wyoming has never · heard the ring of the woodsman's axe or (lie putl-putl of a jeep engine." He said the cnaclmcnl of the i proposed legislation which the ] committee is considering would be a "serious blow lo the economic development of the slates" In such a system. "jt would hamper the sound, proper, and efficient administration of Ihcsc lands by Ihc public agencies no\y charged with that responsibility." "Had this proposed legislation been ennclcd several years ago," he added, "much of Ihc Four join, would very likely have been included in a wilderness area forever closed lo exploitation by miners, for at .that time it was just bout as much of a wilderness as could ~be imagined. Yet that is the area from which has come the malerial for the stockpile of atomic weapons which now stands between this country and possible complete annihilation of Ihe entire popula- iion." Other witnesses said that multiple use management of land to attain the. greatest good for the greatest number means that each parl of a forest should serve the purpose to which it is best suited, and that Ihe uses be integrated The American Forestry Assn said the proposed wilderness sys tern is both unnecessary and un wise. The National Lumber Manufac lurcrs Assn. also opposed the leg islation. A. 2, Nelson, representing the association, urged Congress to be reasonable "in developing a balance whereby a few will not\gain unduly at Ihe expense of many." Bills being considered by House and Senate committees would set aside some 37 million ares of National Park, Forest and Indian reservation land as a wilderness preserve. Life Cycle MAR1NETTE, Wis. Ifl -- Noah Plquette showed up at city hall to get his 1957 bicycle license the day alter his younger brother, Charles, obtained one. Noah is 92 years old and Charles, 91. Brake, Light and Muffler Inspection Bring Your Car In Today 1 m_.l.' n New and Used Auto DICKI6S Parts and Glass 306 llth Ave. · · Phone 1324 3 Women Seek Estate NEW YORK W -- Three worn- in opened a court battle Friday Tor the estate o[ a millionaire ex- bootblack, Each claimed lo be his wife. Spiros Karageorgcs started life as a bootblack, He became a real estate operator later and amassed a 2W-mi!lion-doUar fortune. L I F E T I M E ^ Gnarattttd MUFFLERS; vtrrNTRNAIIONAI. PARTS MUFFUK b mcondl- Inmilly gvoronlMd hr hS* UFi of fh« vehicle on whkh it Is Inarollod. In three Surrogates Court Friday J 3 0 6 11th Ave. women calling themselves Auio Parts and Glass Phoni 1124 FIRST TIME EVER OFFERED IN GREELEV Complete Watch Repair and Cleaning S.IT95 ONE LOW PRICE Regardless of Work or Repair Needed! HERE'S WHAT YOU GET AT ZALE'S! · CLEANING .. including oiling and adjusting · REPLACEMENT of ANY NEEDED PART (Balance staff . . . New Jewels . . . malnipHng ... crystals, «tc.) · FULL 1-YEAR GUARANTEE 5 Complete Prlea For Cleaning ·nd Repair LEE 806 8th St. Greeley Tel. 721 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS Welcome Students We Invite You to Visit Our Service Department Factory-Engineered Chevrolet Parts Genuine Chevrolet Parts Fast Dependable Repairs · Engine Cooling Service · Wrecker Service e Seat Coven · Wheel Alignment · Brake Service · Polishing e Body and Fender Repair 0 Washing · Painting e Engine Tuning e Undersea! A Lubrication · Battery Service General Repairi SKELLY GASOLINE SEIBERLING TIRES YOU ARE WELCOME TO SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAY OF Models At Our Downtown Showroom CHEVROLET Wide Selection of CARS 1310 Eighth Avenue Phone 932 721 10th St. Ph. 75

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