Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 30, 1955 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 30, 1955
Page 12
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Page 12 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday,.Dec. 30, 1955 Two Cabinet Members Talk of Prosperity /WASHINGTON w -- Two Kiscn howcr Cabinet members stressed the prosperity theme Thursday as 1955 drew toward its end. 'Secretary of Commerce Weeks Said "the business situation is one of general prosperity" nud added; . l l The ; chances arc bright that 1966 will lc another record year Ing power within his pay envelope, increased." In a separate Labor Dcpt. report, it was estimated thai 4.2M strikes caused 28 million man days of idleness in X055. The lost time lolal was nearly 21 per ccnl above 1954, bul still was lhc iluni bust year since World War II ended in 1945. Secretary Weeks 1 statement said that the economic oullook "is clearly excellent for the firsl six months of 1950," bul raised lhc possibility that in Ihe lasl half of the coming year the boom mighl subside somewhat, lie said: j As for Ihc lasl half, not enough! In the Courts Counly Court · A petition for probate ol the will of Godfrey Charles Binder of near Miliiken. who ditd Dec. 18, and letters testamentary as executors was filed, by two of the I'cceased's children; Floyd R. Binder- and Mrs. Florence K. Osier, both of Milliken. Judge John J. Dooley set-10 a.m. Jan. 9 as the t i m e of a hearing on the petition. . The value of real anil personal .... .,,. ..._ .~, -- .. .property otvned by the-deceased /inn tacts arc at hand now for at lhc t imc of his death was not me lo anticipate Ihe pace of husi- sp( . c i[ icc ) ,,, the petition, lleirs-at- ncss activity. . . . . , 11 would not be surprising If bolh people and govern-i| a l c r OIli somc par | S 0 [ ihc economy experienced brcalhing spells, as Ihcy adjust from the current extraordinary role to a more normal rale." menl act wisely we can have another good year. 11 The Commerce Dcpt. chief supplied a mass of figures which listed gains for v i r t u a l l y all elements of the population except farmers. He said f a r m i n c o m e declined in 1935 "as prices received were lower and production costs were ihlle changed from 1954." Secretary of Labor Mitchell saluted 1355 as "(he most satisfactory year for the American worker on record." JJolh he and Weeks nolctl high employment" in 1955 -- .Mitchell said there was an average of 63 m i l l i o n persons employed during lhc year --and both said an unprecedented volume of yoods and services was produced. Mitchell added: "This great surging forward of ihc nation's economic power was accompanied by stability in the 'cost of living with the result that the A m e r i c a n worker's genuine ability to buy, the actual purchas- DESKS, ' CHAIRS AND FILES for «vtry office need. COMPLETE : OFFICE PLANNING Oregon To Get U. S. Flood Aid K K Y WEST. Fla. ifi -- President Eisenhower Thursday designated flood-hit regions of Oregon as major disaster areas, qualifying Ihem for federal aid. The President, acting al liis va- calinn lu-adminrlcrs here, sent word lo Gov. P a u l Patterson t h a t "such f u n d s as may he necessary" will be made available "to supplement state and local efforts" at relief. - · COSTS LESS THAN YOU'D . ' GUESS! Supreme Couri Agrees To Lef Photographers Give'Demonstralion D E N V E R Mi -- A d'entdnstratton of courtroom techniques* by press photographers would be "perfectly proper" and "far belter t h a n "an slalemenl" al a legal meeting iere J a n . 30, Justice O, Otlo Moore of the Colorado Supreme Court said Thursday. "· ' · In. response to a query by ·Presi- d e n t ' A r t h u r -I- Wifmn'n of t h c ' N a - ional- Press Tholographers Assn.," Moore 'said photographers will he allowed unrestricted access- at the meeting. ' , ' · - " ' The hearing' was 'called by the courl lo discuss''proposed changes Colorado's Canons of Judicial d Professional Ktliics. ' SE TH6 TRIBUNE'WANT ADS law, legatees and devisees, in addition to the petitions, were listed as two daughters, Mrs. Marie R. Spaur and Mrs. Dorothy E. Lang- cnbahn, both of Johnstown, and two sons, U. Charles Binder Jr. of Aurora and Howard VY. 1 Binder of Johnstown. A petition for letters of administration for the cslEle of George B. Teller of Windsor, who died Dec. 4, was filed by the deceased's widow, .Mrs. I.ouella C. Teller. The estate consists of real ami personal properly valued at $24,150. llcirs-al-law listed in addition to the widow were three children of lhc deceased, Anna Caroline Teller and George Stanley, Teller and Helen Corey Calc , all of Windsor. Esther II. Kilbourn filed a petition for probate of the will of her mother, Mrs. Lena Ovesen of Grce- Icy, who .died Dec. 12, and for letters testamentary as executrix. Tlic estate consists of persona' property valued at Si.DOO. Heirs listed in the portion in add i t i o n to the petitioner we're two children of the deceased, Theodore. Ovesen of Denver and Lenr Ovesen of Nsw York City and five grandchildren, Alice Mae Sjiit?er and Shirley Lucille G a i n , both of Grce- [ey, Robert Wesley Kilbourn of Ml.- '2'lea'sanl, Mich. 1 , J e a n - K l i i L - bclh Schultz of Litllct'on and Joyce ll«cn Ludluin of MtiihalUn, ^a'n. A iwlilion for p r o b a t e ' o f lliei foreign will of Clicstcr A. .Franklin of Kansas Cil;-, i.lo., who died May 7, was filed by the-Traders National H a n k of Kansas City. The deceased owned the southeast quarter of section 32-T4N-RC1W: west of Empire reservoir v southeast Weld county al the ,1ime of his death. 1'au! Gerald Gorcc of 2135 Fitlli avenue was granted an inter loculory decree of. divorce from Mrs. Doris Elizabeth Gorcc on (lie grounds -of cruelty.'.The Decree awarded custody of ll-c couple's minor child lo the d e f e n d a n t - a n d ordered the p l a i n t i f f , lo pay, $25 monthly for lhc. child's rupport f u r ing, 1936 and'540 monthly Ihereafl- er.'in addition, he 1 was ordered to pay medical expenses incurred in connection with Ihe. b i r t h ' i o f * the child and Ihe allorncy fees of Ihe defendanl. Donald -G. 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We would appreciate it very much if you would .pay him up to January 1st ONLY. : · · t We are selling our city circulation to the boys starting the first of the year. They will take complete charge'of their routes; buying their papers from us and selling, delivering and collecting from you, their customers. Your cooperation in this change .will be very much appreciated. If you have any questions please call us. .Phone 3. CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT - The Greeley Daily Tribune For Rent Typewriters; · rid · · , . Adding (Machines New Portables Late Model Standards 3 Month! Rent 'ATIowed on Purchate' Price - " / - leercc from Mrs. porolli.TiM. Orr, ilso en the grounds et cruelty: - : ' Kslaban Kodnquci,ol v lioute 1, ^aton, liletl - a. divorce? complaint igaiiut Mrsl Amelia' - L. Rodriqucz. 'bey were m a r r i e d , at Eaton SepL :7, 1952, and have no ehitdreh. [Jalcs Lash;lJritain LONDON Ui--Savage gales with gusts up to-10 m.p.h. ilashedMhe 3rilish tslos -.Thursday, ^ lialiihB ocean .liners, and sending" little chips scuttling 'for'.shollcf. Winds M a s t i n g . across' the ' Yorkshire moors ovcrllirned- a n u m b e r of trucks, uprooted .irees and blew ·he roof off a house. Boy Writes 'Eternal; ;'· Fattier' for $i 6; Gets It from : Postal Workers 1 · - !'. · · . . ' , I · . - . : , - · . . i 1'ALERM.O,' Sicily Ui-Poslal officials/ at. Moclica disclosed i Thursday": they, brbke.'.thc slaini'ing". rule about never · opening letters. ! They opened one.' this 'Christmas addressed to: "The Ete;n'al_Falher; Kingdom o f l l e a y e n . " ' , ' : In it ."a boy in the third,grade askcdVlO.wb ;iire^-S16--16 buy; a bicycle., Postal .employes ch'ipped In the money and mailed il'^back with an unsigned letter. '* t · ^ Porigay'to'Florida' LOS ANGELES jfl.--,. 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