Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 31, 1955 · Page 1
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Man-df;ThiB:Year Manpf Year in Seldin; a-Russian immigrant who built up i _46.wq;.acre:AnfiUE.ranch al Ker : ·ey, Colo..^Friday was named Man of f 'the -Year in Livestock for 1956 by;the-E'ec'ord.Stockman, western livestock-newspaper. . Seldin,.born in "White'Russia 'in I89.I, will receive;the. newspaper's 13th a n n u a l . a w a r d ' a t a night performance /of tne-National ;Western Stock show in Denver" Jan, 19. Seldin, : the 13th lo receive tht an- Bual'award by the newspaper; will be ipresented .the. "Oscar 11 of'- the livestock industry during the night performance of the National Western Stock" Show in Denver Jan. 19. ..In. ^announcing the"' award; The Record. Stockman. 1 cited"Seldin "for pointing '.the r -. to-grealer'-ef- Helen Hayes Honored ' ' pierfpn.aliliei'. turned out practically en . masse "Friday. night to'.' celebrate' actress Heieri 'Hayes" 50 year? before 'the'loililgft'tsiJ^ - '-.-.Many 'stage "notables 'r'ejen'ac'ted highlights of- dole's in which: Miss Hayes. stared during; her-, stellar career, - A N D - / ; C - ' . ' . TH« 6 K I I H Y MPUBLICAN CKKILIY, COLORADO · : , ., SATURDAY, DEC..J1, l»SS'l i WE IKLY;T*I8UN» iSTAILISHED MM xmardi Promoted : Two. Between 'Rails BUENOS AIRES, Argentina H-Bombs No Guarantee of Peace, Russian Says . ficiericy.in the. livestock .industry. in his" own operations at Kersey; his clear/understanding. of the cattle bujinctis with an unshaken faith in its future; being . a ."bread and butter." cbwman','one who/depends on Jivestock to make. a living; and his practices in soil conservation on his land.Vj. .y,X-'"' ' ; / · : ;'.-; · ^ .'. Seldin.ca.nie to this .country at the' age' of 30,/ Beginning with .nothing · but ; airibitiori,''a'lpve'of the lanct and an ^intelligent and searching -mind, he- eventuaU;.'" established, ".one of Colorado' s'.'most ^efficient' rariching- fe'eding operations:-/-- .- --· ~ *·*'·:: -': . ,/.His-. first 1 ' agricultural operations we"rp'.'cip..- a homestead near New Rayrrier, Colo., wh'er'e';he engaged in ;dryl and f a'r'min g. LMer h e L ope r- aied '/genet »1 . slor.es" ''at i Ne w~ -R a)^ mer" and Stoneh'am, -.while'- exp'ahd- - Ing'his^land. holdings in northeastern. Colorado.- Seldin began his first. eattje' feeding ,. operations -. in -.1925 near ',SterJirig'.. and ... Fort ' Morgan whUe 'operating' his store. -: -. ; '- Gfeeley 'Resident of ; and Niinn, Dies 'Miss"Margaret Dooliltle, 83, who w'as-reafed'iri.Greeley, died Friday " m o r n i n g ' a t ' t h e Weld County Nur!in : g."hqirie.."She / had been, a patient there for the past two years. Born-.Jan. ^-19, 1872 at Omaha, Neb./: Miss .- Doo'little came here when; she'-was-' a\ch"ilnV''She'.had · spent'm ; ost of'her life in/religious education" work'. She'serve.d as a lecretary- for ivarious; churches, in' eluding 1 P a r k Congregational church of'Gre'eley.'This was in the early 1920s.'- .'." '.' ' ' '·'"·''·' ":' .Miss· Dooiitlle a l s o - r a n ah art and embroidery shop in Greclcy . lor. a short time, then opened one at. Nunn where she 1 lived, for. 20 years.'iShe .was. a .member .of ..the Nunn Comrnunity church'and started "a·.lifiriry. in-that.cpitjinunity. : . . Surviving are. two sisters'and a brofhefV Mrs."T." B. 'Moodey "and Mrs'..RuthJG.. Bliss,.both of.Greeley, and jared'li. Brush'of Denver. : · Funeral services will be held at ll'.o'«;lbck''j.londay 'morning"from Mac'yf ? drawing room. Cremation will follow.-" ? '-.'" ' · ' · · · · ·'·'· ''·?·: ·'· .'· MOSCOW ·Wl.'ij Soviet Premier Nikolai Sulgaiiin said Saturday the people of the .'world "want Ihe Geneva spirit a n d ' W i t h it the hopes for peace and a.better future" and therefore- it- will: not be "buried." ·He declared it.was wrong 1 to believe-'that -possession, of.powerful weapons such a s ' t h e H-bomb by both East and. West could be 100 per cent .effective : in preventing another big war. 1! ' -':':" . - He asserted- another summit' conference of the chiefs o f ' t h e Big Powers "can'be fruitful." These.and other statements were made by-Bulgahin in a'.series of answers to.written questions from Charles E. Shult, head'of the Washington- Bureau of. the Telenews Agency. The ;; agency;' is affiliated with Hearst. Metrotone News and furnishes 'ne'wsreel films to tele- vision.stations. The text of the questions and answers; '.in- Ihe^. form " o f , a New Year's statement, was handed out tovforeign 'correspondents' by the Foreign Ministry nd broadcast by Moscow Radio... ' ' . - ·-.-· R f c a l l i Mi|tnkov lnttrvi«w Last January.Telenews obtained an ihlerview with Geo'r'gUMaleh- kov, -then the' Sqvi^t^Prernierj-.'un: der similar clrcumsiances'.' In .that interview 'Malenkov/ called.for.-dip; lomatic-negotiationsto 'cettle j Far ^asterri disagree'mehts: On^the possibility .of an-H-bomb war, Bulgahin'. s'aid Saturdayr -. -'"it;is wrwig'lto^ assert that'.inasmuch-.'as 'vEa'st' and"West'..posses hydrogen' we"apons,;;th'e ^possibility pf.;.« ^UiejTnonuclea r.^waj-. js_: j»yto. ro'allc all"jC«"cKidea ,"j'tft;-V i;o '·' r^ B.u 1 g a n i n, -'in- .Ms'-,-answers, plugged h a r d - f o r - t h e ,current.So- vietilirie'lhat' Russ.ia^ still', adheres Id 'tie .-.spirit:.?£' ; l(sf."suiiinsr.!s'Big Pour' Summit'.Confererice'vin -.Geneva: The,Russians;h'ave 'acciised the-Western Big .Three on'various occasions ; of/,.violating" the; Spirit of,Geneva'; . J .'-'.. : · ·.-'·:''· ··. · The West 'has .'countered .'tha_t. tie bitterly : '- ; ; tnli^ Western : ' spc'e-Kes which Bulganin and.Russian Communist .' party.' boss:'; Nikita:. ;S Khrushchev made on-their recenl south Asian tour violated the Ge neva spirit.-.-. ; , - . .'(V . ^ .·_. . AsVed about' the' prpspects ; . for peace in'1556, 1 Bulganin-said'in the interview th'at."international coop eration 'and - trust: are ." fully at- tainable'aim inVour- time."-' '·: After giving his views" on war and peace, the SoyietrPremier con veyed."id the American people cor Officer Slays Youth; . ' CH.ICA.GQ.'.W -^'"A"_ 17-year old ·outh'.w.h'o'se'.'autb .;crashed, into a ree as he'aUerhpfed'ld'eliide"p'o- ce i in : suburban' Riverside,:-was hot and killed by .police when he led f r o m - t h e crash Saturday. Fatally shot by. Policeman Don- Id .-Gosslini;. was. .Dean, Young ..of Oak ; Park; , Gossiing said Young an into' a .patch .of woods .and. he ired-two warning hpts: before firing at the fleeing youth. lothihg Stock er flowing into'the upstairs ^ o f f i c e - i n · BORDEAtjX, 'France'/lin p nord Lordbh,.13,' arid Jacques' Derive, 14, of Lorrhont.'decided Friday il.would be fun .t'p lie:be'tween the rails. and let'thp Paris Express thunder over them. " : , ; : ' . ' ' ' They did .and · the ' train ' roared past.' , But at-'. the : ' last ', iriinut'e Jacques .'gol'.frighiehcd ,arid 'instinctively .'put, put his lianoV The train cut off two fingers. ' v ' ' ' =L, Mrs. Eisenhower Flfetofloni lorNew^rEVe ::.r i.' !..'.:;'.jf. ^ . i / . ' l i C KEY, .WEST, rKla:;(«j!--| Pre}£ dent Eisenhower closes..'uut an eventful arid. neveivto'-bc-iorgo~ttcn 1955 Saturday, - hopeful the new year will bring, restoration -of his v _ _ T , L · ' ' · - ' ·' ' ' ' heallh. Ahead .,., , . r ; . . . | : /of. him jis..a. .new', year ' 1 ' ' " Considerable damage -was Hone i clothing .in t h e - Fashion". Bar ;lore here. early Salurday by wa- ilore from ah the Greeley mtlding, where a water pipe had )rbkcn." · - '" ";· ' " · · . - . . ·'; .' Mrsi irjlyrtle Oliver;, manager -u£ he -Fashion 'Bar,- .'said Saturday looming' a large -amount of women's lingerie, sportswear, -hose and jells was. damaged. 'Also s,njriS'bE he" store's' fixtures -and table tops and "a ( maniken;and rug in one ol the front --display ' t windows, .-were darnaged. ;,. .* ' ' '.= .' '. .." f -. : · - ' ' )riie tedt ito . . id ^ Churctiill Accuses:, Sovie.l, of: Foslering -Arms 'Race' . LONDON Wl '- -- Sir Winsfpri Churchill '-Saturday accused the leade.rs .of'the Soviet .Union of trying to start an arms race in the Middle ·East."'/'.';" ' ""- ' v: '" 1 .- '· - i'"J ·'·'· . 'j ^~t * i * \ · . - r 'This3j*i a ^strange ·interpreta- tion'- of --'peaceful coexistence,' " laid^-the '-former Prifnc ; Minister. .· · A's' Grand 'Master, of Uie^Prim; rose -Ltague-- a. conservative organization-- Churchill sent 'the '. following New" Year's message to the members: : ! · '"i"send 'rriy ^fe'w' Year'j. greet; inss (6 the Primrose -League", for 1956. Many difficulties face, us, but I am . confident that' we: shall lurmount them. , : ' "The ; Soviet' · le a'd ers . h aye" done ' ' ' ' - greetings .and best' 'New Year's wishes," According to the broadcast, Shut asked'Buiganin:. - ' . ' ; ' ' · ' ' '"' : ::'As?the. recent VGerieva jCpnfer ence of Foreign Ministers has In fact- re'aclie*d.!a : deadlock what'- i your opinion .concerning -th'e 'call ing -"of ,'a Jnev^. conference /of .-th' four" power heads "of gov'erriment?' Bulganin gave*"':this reply, .tin broadcast said: ·:'·!-'. , , I'Altbough'it.will be-recalled tha no agreed decisions'.,we're Haelisd al" the"'Foreig'n Ministers'/ Cpnfer r ence^on questjons under.djseussion, il nevertheless contributed' to further elucidation of the positions, of its participants which 'should facilitate the.'solution of these tjuestipns i n t h e future.. . . . ' - - - . . -·'·'As for-.the.pew, conference/of the four 'power heaus' of government, this : conference can be fruit- fuj^^of course,,.if,.all Jte partjci- pa'nfs approach'fhe..urg'ent. international questions wilh due consideration of the interests of all parties concerned.'.'.-. ,'·'/. .'·'-:· ,.;' J' lie-store manager^ sai ;.,was- attracted by/."raining night'.arid; jooking Inside;^ne.saw. [he.water corning "down'-from the c ellini."; -He 'notified {police.' - - ' ;'Mrs.-Oliver'was'called-.arid "with her husband," Lloyd, .' end /others who -assisted, ;including..-'.Clifford, s Drug Store; worked until about"2:30 a.m. Saturday, scooping " t h e / water," which, was ankle deep, ouTof the store with heavy mops.. John P."Watson, ma'riager of the Opdyke Agency, which has charge of the building," said the water resulted from the bre'aking of a gasket underneath a sink in the office of Dr. Paul Dill on the second floor of the building. '/·Mrs. Oliver said some-water ran into the barber shop in the- buiW- in'gi Jack-Levy, owner of the Fashion Bar,'notified .during'-the -night ;of Ihe damage^ 'inspected' the store Saturday. Wilh.Mrs..Myrtle Oliver, he decided!that":a"water damage sale-will be held as soon as the exact .damage, can-be determined arid arrangements can be made. 1 . iri'^the' Middle East.:ThIs is ·arige intcrprelatibn o£ v pe'a.ce- ·'peace- v '.-."-· Disney Official pies NEW YORK -- 'George Kamen^ 53, who"' was'in "charge of 'Eurbpean o'pe'ratibn's.. for. Wait ·Disney - Enterprises for nearly eight years .arid onetime producer.of Ihe'.Quii Kids a'nd Queen"'for a Day radio/programs; died.Friday/A.. ; .'.' . ' V.strange interpret: ful coexistence.' '!' -.'.'I do not believe that the t ereed of.communum which rests'.upon the.. r fcreign; domination . o f , slates and trie'persecution.of individuals will c.ver p?oye"if'roore.attractive way'.ofMifelthan.ther'haliohal'aid jifTsonal ·freedom which is' the the Weitern world." Dies iri Greeley ' Edga£ Ruth, 1 85, of '1631 'Seventh avi:, died al:the Weld Co"unty General hospital Friday night.. ·'-·' 'Rulh was born. May: 26, 1866 at Quiricy, 111. He cafne to Greeley in 1902 "arid lived on his farm "east of Evaris'from' 190S. until recently He. was a riiernber of'tlve'iB_apu' ' " '' . . , - , , . . He' is survived by liree children Errieit - Ruth ' of ^ Evaiuf.' and j Mri Lela RdUi Sowe'U and M«,'Kabe Riegel, bot* of Dallas. . ' , YORK, England'm-^Th'e -Arch ilshop of York, Dr'. Cyril Forstcr Jarbelt, second, ranking prelate o he Church of Eniiarid/die'd p'cacc ul!y in his^ sleep Salurday aflei · long .'illness.-!.'' / ' ' : ; " Dr. Ga'rbcft, 80, a leading figure n the worldwide Anglican Com m union, announced'several week: ago thaf ih'e. planned; t o . retire , ii 1956, because of falling health. He underwent an abdominal op eralJon lajt May 'and never full; recovered. A'"statement from hi palace said he sucijumbed "afte iome days of increasing, weak ness." : ' . . ' . ; '!£''.-.-:. . ·' ·'Garbeft had been Archbishop o York and Primate of .Englan since 1942. He was,-.one"' of· th most outspoken personalities iri th" church.^He. traveled ·'widely "an toured the United States in 1949 ;..The'Archbishop, of Canterbury Dr.-'i Geoffrey -Fisher,! is- the : . to ranking* prelate'in the. Church'o England.. . i ". I ':. '':·'."' ~ r - ' \ '. A : tall, big-Dpncd..man 'with ready s'yrnpathy and.a'quick sens of ..humor, Garbett { rose, in .-th church ."from "the.'- ranks 'of 'fh parochial .clergy, although, .man Brilish prelates' before, him ha been elevated f r o m , academi posts. In'church affairs he sym pathiiediiwlth the v Anglo : Cathol wing of (he Church. 0*£. England. H was the son''of a",cquntry parson ; During. World ? Waf ' l l f he" fie tp^Russia and crowds filled Mo c'oWi.Cathedral'fo se.e.him partic pale T hi J a 'service of intercesslb (or an .allied..vicfpry-- .'.·:.-.. ..i Avbachelo^ he had: liver! f many years at York wifii'a ii«te which will bring : his* decision''.on whether to, seek. a .second .term.'-,'. ' . Mrs. Eisenhower .will fly to-Key West-to be.i'wHh',ttie President "as the..old year' .bows . out. ' They planned., a , quie^. observance. . i The Chief ExGcutive's'iVacaljon headquarters .announced'Mrs. Ei-' senhower, would arrive.'aboard th'e presidential plane .CblumbineJH in mid-afternoon. ; ' ' , ..'..She was to be.ac'cbmpariied from ashington by' her,, mother, ,Mrs. : jh'n S. Doti'd of Denver,,'and.Mrs!' oward M. ." Snyder.'.wife '.of - the resident's , physician..','Ma]. ', Gen;, nyde'r - arrived , here ' Wednesday ith Ei sehh owe r. ·/.-:;' ,'-... '../,."/ The' groiip'^plans. a ,'quiet' .New 'ear's ;.Eve. dinner, at ,'th'e '.Presi- erit's quarters on'.the naval ; b'aie' Irs, .Eisenhower;js.expecte'd to're jrri lo · Washington;'Monday,-or 'iffsday, r - ; ^.:· .·'. ~~~z~£z: i, .Elsenhower probably will Jbe/jn ed -Saturday night before"'1856/af ives', : "in"line with''his'.program:bj ettirig'plehty'"'of re'st'lwhile're'cpv- ririg; from"'.his ? Sept." '24 heart · at- ·His/'he'art'-.'a'itack -'was ; t h e ' bis ews of this year, f and io"r' ·Eiseri- ower. personally'.,the" attack y vf*i tremendous .shock in\ aj lifetime loUed-jWilli; a gopfl.^filany.-.crises. Another 'thing' which" [inade.'t'Ke ear eventful was the' Big- Four onfererice. iif; which he"took part l Geneva last .July. That 'confer- n,ce-'ra Ised th s ri'bpes o f the .lyorld Hat-'Ru'ssia finally had'dccidcd io ursue'a more friendly attitude io- rard'thc West. ... ''··', ."'/.'·',: ':·;: But; Eisenhower saw those hopes irriinish i n - t h e latter "months' of 955 arid,-then perhaps-explode-Ih 'hu.rsday's "blast at the'President y .Nikita Khrushchev,'· Ihe 'Soviet Jnion's- Communist parly · boss. ·Chrushche'v accused Eisenhower aving.'violatcd the,Spirit of G,e- eva and of "crude' interference" n the : affairs of eastern Europe hrqugri a Christmas message roadcast l o - t h e people of that Red-dominated area.- The President Friday served no- ice'on Russia that peaceful liber ition of the people of .such satel ile nations "will continue -to be a "major goal of United States, for :ign.policy.;' .-; . .;,' . ' _ · : In'a' sfate'ment,' the.. White'House aid it will be the goal "until sue cess is.-anhievc'd." , j The*. (President./-. approved the statement at the end of a 3v£-hbu work session on. the. State of the Union message he will send to Con gress Thursday. It charU the ad minislralion's legislative ^program for the new year. The message now is nearly completed. Eisen wwer will.go over a polished:ver sion" Mon'day.' .' . - .'.'"": : . ' - . " James C. Hagerty, White'Hous press secretary, toJd"'newsmen i now has been definitely decided th President will hot return.to V/ash ing ton for, the opening of Congrcs Tuesday and .presentation of th Slate'"'of-.the' Union jmessage tw days-later. The'message'will be read in Congress "byj'clerks., The Chief Executive 'plans to re lurn to the capiui;about Jan. 8. Byi'THI ASSOCIATED PRESS .The rale ; of ^traffic deaths .this New -.Years'- weekend 'was -greatly lower Saturday than that for the Chrislrh'as holidays when a record I61l~6f '609 was ' counted. '. l Filly persons 'died in iraffic ac : cidents from 6 p'.m : .;(local.tiriie) Friday to 3 p.'m.,'(EST)' the.ovor : all -a ccident toUiWsVTM; invfuding 7 -fire .deaths' .--arid- 2 iin 'miscellaneous mishaps. ... .-:/!.,. TAt the ^same^/houH;Jas( .week; some 120 highway deaths had been reported. ·' ' · ·· .-· : -. ' The National 1 Safely. Council has 'eslimaled-that ' a t ' t h e - « n d of .the long -holiday weeke'nd -^-, midnight Monday-- 420 .persons -'will '-have been killed-bY motor vehicle^accl- 'dents.--That would be a record for the.; New, Year.- period^ surpassing the high mark of '407 ·: set during the four-day:New .Year, holiday at e:e'hd. of '1952 ''and the -start of Monday Holiday Here Monday will be a legal holida with all city, county and .U. government offices closed in Grei ley, · . . · :;..-, / _. "· Also closed will be all banks, a of the rnajor grocery stores, bt/slnesses. The 'Greeley.. bus wi ..nptr!in._, % / / ' s - i ^ , : · :· " ).'prug^stores';[however, .and ,th majority'.'of-'the service 'station will b«j6pen here,-.-wilh" iprrj*":' the"'drug'*stores planning -to::do a half daj'rSun.da'y/ after 1 [.rn|"V "The* Tribune" will publish, riiorri ing and evening editions. · Police -were/ alerted for emer- 'njy ·- action -· aimed : at-, holding awn th.e traffic' toil. Drastic traf- c i law 1 enforcement wag .ordered officials after. the" record break- g' : holiday. traffic. toll- of 609 over e Christmas .weekend, · ' Illinois, 1 Wisconsin; Michigan and rizbna, ordered, National Guards- en FtoSiKelp : patrol · ^highways. ia'ries .were)being-,.used in ; Illinois nd- Louisiana to.!cput:above high- ays. ExtraV, police ..were order'' niduty.. in'^mariV-VciUes., : , ; --. .Generally 'dryvweather'[«ppeare f prospect- overi the 'long \hollda- r -'. most · -iare as ,t. ; :W.el. : ;.^and ; Jog g reather.-made^ driving : tc'oncUUon haiafdo:fl5ilri;.ma''ny;»ectioii«;'o£.;ih sSlaledfor Western Slope By'.THp ASSOCIATEb PRESS Generaliy . fair ..' weather will reel · the/.?Jew -.Year, in 'Colorado nd Wyoming, ,. f ...-·-. ... ;. ; . ; That's the oiitlpok for Saturday atoday..;.night , ahd''.Sun'day.,':Th nly.- precipitation ^expected''; is e w li ght. : shpyf er s r or .: snoy/. flu rie s '.. , .oyer ],','Co|or ado' s ,- · SJe_ster mountains: j.Warmftr/, (emperatia^e ' ^ - .y _._ hea.v ·NevP'f'year /as:'al? Chris as". lEach? year jsihce 'the.end o World; War.-H^tiie- toll' at .Chris't rias ~ f has : been "-higher. than - aUNe 1 " fear's.;|- - ;.'- .-'-.;. , ,^ , .' ., i , The-;pv^er;all·/^viplent';.death' lol ast · weekend ;.was .782,- ·.including J9s.tr.ifUc,'68. in.jfires'.'arid : 105 in ie:; miace.llaneous accident class "he, 609' figure.-rperese'rits " traffic e'aths actuaiiy,Vctuntcd 1 during the oliday .period ,an*d - is v considere( [ficial for- comparative, purposes elay'ed reports arid later deaths rom- injuries suffered ^during .'the 8-hour period ,..· it,greased ,the hrlslmas traffic toll" to at least 664.- /;' ,.' . ,' '. .:" : ''.'. '",'; There, were .296. traffic deaths uring the twdJay New Year holi ay of 1954-55. Other violent deaths nciudcd 27. in fire's and 39 from liscelianeous causes. Deaths''by states, listing Iraffic ires and miscellaneous: Arkai.sai 1 01," California 7.0 0 Oeia'w'are'.'O. 1 6, 'Florida' 2 : o:.0 eorgit 2.0.0, Illinois 1 0 0 , Ken ucky-1'0 Oj Louisjan'a 2 0 d," Mary and".'3" 0 0',' Massachusetlts 2;i 0 lichigan .3 'O.O.'.-Mjrin'esbla 1 0 0 New' Jersey'.1 l',0, Ne.w Y6rk 6 2 0 New Hampsh'ire. 1 o 0,'North Car alina 1 10', Ohio"5 0:o,' Oklahom 0 0,,SdulK. Dakota 1.0 0, Wash ngtori 2,0.0, \Veat"Virginia' 1 0 . 0 Wisconsin''2 0 $ ^ ,'.'. ' . . Kansas 3 0 0, Fcnniylvanla 0 and Nevada 10 0.' "·"·-. · Stale'sm BOULDER .0«,--.;A;car skldde on - an -icy.-highway · west of her Friday, ^crashed 40 fe«f down a embankment, .and death claimed ils 425th 1 trafflc victim,of the yea, In''Colorado,. . ·-- ,· ·' .'..-j- The Tictim was "Mrs; Sena Srijitl 85. of'NedJrland, Colo'., ;',' · The^ stati toll for the year no is 23 more than the previous' re ord iet v in'1836. In'1954,: 388 pe sons died ' on i Colorado .highway Mrs, Smith:-was a passenger a car driven by her daughter, Mr Grace Markham, 68, of Boulde The vehicle skidded on Colorad 119 and hurtled down the emban menl toto. Boulder' Creek.,',',. Mri. Smith died two hours 111 ima^Bpulder/hospital. Her.daug t*r;and;«ori-in-Iaw, L. Earl h a m , .7;/'loth were: seriously.i J ured ' ,..-..:-·: A ,··.-;·.':,! : . Marriag* ( R o b e r t Gene Watson and Dor thy May McDofiBel!,'boih.'bf.Gree 1«'v : -- ^V ·* ^ · · ~: '·' '' ley. i William. Mar^jij S|6,ut and IXHIJ i-'l El/rare^ Fage'ribush'; 'twth .of S» · r^jttlin* *"*** ''" *'*"- "'-*·' ' ;,'·.?·'. "/· *.»· afety' Belt; Effective ;. "' LOUISVILLE, Ky. M^A Louis-' le,' man : who . installed/- a' safely It'^iri^ his" 'wife's car came up tfi'this slogan 'after, his wife es- ped' personal attack: ',. t ' : .. ' ' ''the /wife. you save may' b^ your wn." . ' i KB - »a id r his - wife" h ad L slopped r a' red' light 'wheri.a young man mped from the'cufb, 'yanked the -ir.'oper/arid . tried .'to drag" heir , 'saying, '.'Come, an] baby." " ' But,'he said, Ih'e" safety belt kept ;f securely sirappeb^in Ihe car nd the young man' was, left' in ' cloiid of 'exhaust''fumes when e .light ehangedl .; ·. '''' . Y»ere;.' siedicted . for i the; Jtwo.^ -t SaturdayT : afterqoonV:, ..'v"^ , The ,onJ^... : moisfiire;_reportH . :hei.: : arey r.diiririg Vthe ^Zi-haur-. ripd ending .early 'Saiurd'ay. was raco.at-.Trlnidad, Colo., arid Ra 1 Ihs.jWyo:-*. 1 :,^ .:'";.·'..,·.·.' :,-· '·'· ; Maximum : and : minimum : 'ter ieTaiiTre!r"du.":ring 'ih'at "pefibd~i ·luded:.:,'..., . , - ; - ' , i '.; ; · ; ] . : . ; . · . . ' Colorado. --; Denver 47-Z6,:.CoIo ado : Springs 34-22, ' Tr i nida d , '43 -20, ^adyille . 4D-19,' .. Pueblo -2'-19,.; L'a ,'unta 44-22, Aiam'(Ka 52-10,. Grand unction 58:34,-. Esics Park; 47-17, ram air. 49-18. ·;'. ; v V . . . . . - . ' .Wyoming -- .Rawliris-30-19, : Rock prlngs 28-1B;- Cheyenne 48-28, Lar- mic 27-10, Casper 34-16, Lander' 9.5,. - ' . ... ...·'.'·.. '.. ;.;·'. Lander's .5 degree, reading and .minus 2.a,t Fraser, ; Colo.,. were le .coldest- temperatures in the wo slate's early. Salurd ay. Highest eadings Friday.. were Sfl at f.ran'd unction, Colo., and 40 at Chey- nrie", _\Vyo. ' . :: . , r . ie- r Army Ministry, promoted ; ail- E : rebel hero Eduardo Loiiardi turda^ to lieutenant general, ghesl .rank .'in - the Argentine rny.-Lonardl,' who is-undergoing c'dical treatment -in. the -.United ales,- topped the list of year : end bmqtions, 4 ' · ' ' , . . ' - . . . ' · ' , '/- Hifpromojion -dales -from'- Sept. ,".the day he' look, oifice. as prq^ sldrial ' .president .' after : leading volutionary force's who overthrow an D, Peron's regime,1 Lonardi as forced out of" oifice seven ceks later by [orcqs ot Maj, Gen. edro Aramburu, .who charged .onanli permitted Rightists to in- uence his regime. . ' ; ,ORg(iir,e CHS eacher, Dies Ilelene K. Zahnen, memiier of ic.'CSCE -faculty for "nearly. 25' ears,- .died suddenly of .a heart Hack Friday 'afternoon at. heir parlment.a't the Faculty club. ' Miss Zahnen, .associate profes- or.of foreign languages, was in- ructor of foreign languages and ipcrvising - teacher at College igh." -. -,., - She. had returned on Wednesday ' o m . a 10 -'day '.visit,. in Wichita, ion., where she'had spent Chris't- las with the members 'of her fam- y..:'. -:-.'.'..' . ' - . · ' ' " ', Miss ' Zahnen. was. accompanied ere by her' sister j Mrs. Nor ma Z Jtatton,' wh'o was, with .her at ime-'pf h"er',deolh. .. . ' , ' .' , 'She" v wa's'!.borh 'July '.ia, .· 1892 a «onte" ' ' - .Mrs. Robert-.Ernst-.who' .wa«' ; driven from her Yub'a City,'Calif.,... home by the" disastrousjflood that' · struck that city Dec. 23 is staying''· here -with'- her' parents, .Sir.' snd ! Mrs. A! J. Kinnison, 1738' Seventh avenue. Mrs/ Ernst is the' former · Ardyce Kinnison^ ' ; ' = " · ! . ·- ' Saturday she told how she "arid ' her husband'slayed awake all nighl for'two nights listening, to trie. lo-'""". cal radio'reassure residents'of r Yu- ; ha city that 1 thcMhree successive : -Feather -River Hood 'crests would ' pare the : cily" of 8,000 residents. ·'·;'',' Tile radio broadcast continuous-^ . ," she said,'ignoring commercial!"' nd regular/programs.' By Friday'- 10 entire staff.of announcers were ' parse-voiced. ( " : · . . ".*, · 'Then, said Mrs. Ernst «t 1 a.m.'.-, ·riday,. just.a.half :hou.rafter,its:..' . ast "reassuring broadcas"t; : the :ra,i : - io.;told all residerUsjbf ssuiri Yu*-" 5.Jr-jlVts-cSacuate. immediately. '·· the couple with their two young - aughters drove/10 miles west of " 'uba" City to/Sutler,-the nearest igh point. All Ihey took wilh them were the"clothes they h a d : o n , two ullls, and a leddy bear belonging -' o the youngest daughter,'Sharon: They left ah $ii,W)0 house they/ ad begim buying just two rnorilhs efore- arid - a l l - their' possessions'. S'ellHcf' they"nor other ; residcnl3 = .. nrrlcd 1 ariy-'flood Insurance; The inly, flood since',lho 30-foot levees . lad been,build rnany'ycars' before xriirred iri'the'early 1940's.when" a gold-mining dredge broke the-' evee aboyo Marysvillc,' ' -' ; . ',thc Ernsts spent the night in a bird grade.classroom of the Sut-. ' cr clemenlary' school 'and drov'a' ' . :he next "day to Sacramento. PolIcV ; guided them on this drive Ihrdugh'- wator a-foot deep on the highways;.' During that'night, Mrs.'Ernst «onte". Vista,;. the 'daughter'- p! th la\e"Mr:;and : M'rs;;'Gebrge'_J.'Zih Schools To Open Way, Jan. 3 Public and .parochial, schools hroughout : . Weld ^County will ppen t their -.regular- times .Tuesdayj 'an, 3 after, a vacation of almost wo weeks. · t - - ·_ .,_ . In Greeley every public and parochial ' school ' will begin Tuesday morning wilh the ' exception . of · ' · " ' · · · ' schools; arid^was / her"gfa"dualion' : class. Miss Zahne. aXlended/.lhe/yniyersIly"of 'Coh ra'do, where"; she. received ! her B/ degree!.IShe^rccclvod 'her' MA de g t s f f from ^CclMmbla 5 Un.iversify iri "/ ... .'arid also'-slu'died at the University of.Mexico. 1 :· iflis''Zahnen': was' a'rnemb'er.' of Phi "Beta.-.Ka'pna,-..Knpps' Delia 1 Pi arid 'Phi/Sigma lo\a, a l l ' n a t i o n a l honorary,'sdcieiics. ' · ' · " . - ; ' ' S h e ' joined ' the Presbyterian church at Monlc Vista arid wos ini- iafed irilo Chapter Z, PEO, Ihe'ro. She traveled abroad and -was able a'.give.'a great deal from her cul- tiral background . and unusual memory.- . ' ' . . ' . . : . . ·. Her main : hobby .was readlrig, vhich kept her abreast .of . j h e imcs in all fields. During her years in Ihe CSCE .campus, .she won Ihe 'cspect and. admiralio'h of all of aer co-workers, and thousands of ludents..- ' . . . . ' [ ' . - ' In addition lo her sister, Mrs. ilallon of Wlchila, Miss Zahnen is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Barbara S. King of Wichita and Mrs. Tataiic F. Hughes of Denver.; .two ;reat nephews,-Lawrence S.-king i% Wichita and .Mrs. Natalie F. Jughes . o f . . Denver; two ..great nephews, Lawrence S. 'King of Wichila and Norman R. Hughes of Denver; also by. several -cousins. Funeral services will he held at LO a.m.; Monday from'the Sccord Funeral home, with .Interment at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Linn Grove. Friends arc asked to omit flowers. . . * Tuesday will, be regislrallori day 'or the college, with classes slart- ng Wednesday morning. ., The hours for registration are 8 a.rn. to .9 a.m. for .the^ graduate students and 'seniors; and 9 a.m. 6'-10 'a;m.' .for "the juniors.. The sophomores will register from 10, to Ll:30 am. while the freshmen registration is from 1 until 3 p.m. All registration i s . at Gunter Halj. ' While 'riio'st schools in the county will 'open) ' a g a i n . after the. Christmas holiday on Tuesday, n very few of them -may choose .to , open on Monday .or -Wednesday, Paul Lod wick, Weld County tuperintendcnl of schools, said. Friday. . There Is' 'no legally rcquircc schedule for .these schools, he add ed, except t h a t they hold school : minimum of 170 days during .the school year. · · · Launch Ixst with 23 NANDABT, Kenya Wl -- Twenly Ihree persons were feared lost Sat urday in the sinking'of an EJS African'' Railways ~ motor launcl during a. fierce storm over f Victoria:-' - i .. " - -·'· · · Port officials at Mwa'nzi ordered a''search when-;, the launch ,wa overdue Friday night. A lug found pieces from of- wreckage 10. miles ou M'wanza^near· juma Islanc 'arid /poimdwj .. through-.'w jves · anc Winding rairt' to rescue -Jhe 'sur · ' ' v i v r j s . . v , , . . . , . . . At least '«' persojis; were lieved 'aboard Ihe launch,- '·'·' '.'· be Fined Hit-Run Accident Vernon.LeRoy Botz of 429 Thir tcenlh street was fined a total of $250 in police court here Saturday as a result of a'hit-and-run automobile accident at 1319 Sixth ave nue about 6:15 a.m. Friday.' Belz was fined $115 on a hit-and- run charge, $50 for failing to report the accident and }25 for speeding. · . '.' , Bclz, driving a 1955 Ford 4-door, ruck another ,1955 Ford 4-dobr _*ned by Alfred .T. Bradbury, which was parked at. the curb on the west side of Sixth avenue in front of Bradbury's home, . . . A headlight and parking light on Bradbury's car were broken ant the left fender, bumper .and gril cnirapled. Police estimated damage to the vehicle" at $185.' Tracks at the scene showed tbe hit-and-run car came from the wcs on Fourteenth street, then turner north on Sixth avenue. A strip'of chrome about 10 inches long and a door handle" from the hit-and-run vehicle, and which identified it as a 1955 Ford, were found at tl.'e scene · Betr J . was : ,taken into* custody about 8:50 p.m. Friday. Damage'to the car he. was driving at the time of Ihe accident was 'reported^ $135 by police; ' ' ~ ' j '· ! ' ' ' helicopters.' i tops - b y ' · -' r,JV^,- -. ·'- ~V=i. ^ - ·--1-T----" ..... ·· 1 i · = . ·: .jErast.: and ithe :two-:chUr~:/"- drcii, Lirida',.5,.yd Sharon, ij-Ieft by. air- /rbm.'JSacra'mcnto, arriving · iri Greeley.at,4 n.m'.'-S\iadiy.'· ·'.-'······· .'· i. They will stay here'-untin'Rafj-r' erl Ernst, who remained j'n Sac,ra-. merilo. Is. ablej i'oj^ss_e^5_^he_ dani- age t"6 i their"hoiSser. : Efnst"J57 wth ' " the Internal. Revenue Department " atjYuba.Cify. . ·.'·'r't,'., . '- r ........ ; .Ask'crt. how, the : , Feather, Hiver ad looked on July wlicn they first vpnl';:to .Yuba , City, jJIrs.. Ernst' aid, . . · .-'-».' '·',, : "It looked like n jitf'le .creek be- iS'een. those. '30-(ool .levees..Little xys used to wade across it." Weather Lbcal-for 24 hours ending a t . « ni. Saturday: high, 45;- low, 21. COLORADO' -- Generally fair ast,. partly cloudy west Saturday, alurday night and Sunday; few ghl showers or snow flurries wcst- rn mountains Saturday; \varmer orth arid east Saturday afternoon; w Saturday night 5 below to 5 bove high mountain valleys, 15-25 orlhwest, 25-35". elsewhere; high unday 40s northwest, : 50s' else- ·here! · . . : . '..-'. WYOAIING -- Generally fair Sal- rday arid Saturday night; Sunday artly · cloudy; warmer-. Saturday ftcrrioon; warmer, north Saturday ight and. northeast Sunday; low aturdtiy night 5-15 mountains,' 200 southeast, 15-25 elsewhere;' high unday 35-45. / . · · · : · New Mexico--Partly cloudy Sat- rday afternoon, Saturday night nd Sunday; warmer most of east iortion Salurday afternoon; w'arrh- r over state Sunday; high Sat- irday :45-60; .low Saturday" night 5-25 northwest, 25-35 elsewhere. : Boulder and Longmont General- y fair Salurday, Saturday night ind Sunday; warmer Saturday afternoon; high Saturday arid . Suri- lay 55-SO; low Saturday night 2530; Boulder'55-35-5; Loagmont 5030-52. . ' . ' ; : ort Luplon Vicar To Go to SI. John's in Denver- DENVER (fl -- The Rev. Harold Magee will join the staff of St. John's Episcopal Church as cart- in Jan. 1. For more than a year ie has .been vicar 'of All Saints Church,at Lbvela'rid and §t. Andrew's Church at Fort Luptbn.-;-: Me is .a native of'Montrose and 'graduate of .Western Stale Col- e£e. He served in the Navy.for Ihree years* and. was ordained.a priest last June 20. .. ·· . ' , . · Mtthedlit S«rv!c«« the Rev. T. Bruce McDivift win speak on,Renewing Our Faith for 1955 at ( both services Sunday; 8:30 and 10:45 a. m..Church school is at' 9:30 o'clock. The \Vesley foundation, meeting is at 5:30 olclpckj , youth'';-choir aridc^Lnterm'ediate · Me'thodlsl YouUi Fellowship meet at 6:30 p. m., and the senior UYF 'o'clock." ' - · ' · - . : . " - - - ' . - ; - ·

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