Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 26, 1957 · Page 4
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Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 26. 1957 Too Weak To Blow Horn Fr Col. Lewis (Continued from Ptgi 1) It: lit: '..» U.fc«i,l~ i» ·"'· Lee Collins, now · charily patient al a Chicago hotpllal, blamei |«n trumpet thai brought him fame lor his III health--which appar- enlly ended hii career. Her* he is June 24 and ai he appeared when at the peak of fame. (AP Wirepholo). Dieter Tells How It's bone By EDWARD S. KITCH MARKHAM, III. un -- "Did nr die." There wnsn't much else Miss Helen Gernenz' could do hut diet iiflcr her physician Rave lier that ultimatum a little more than n year ago. She weighed 3B5 pounds. Her medical advisor said she would die in 10 years if she didn't stop csling so much food. Instead of eating herself to (tenth, she lost 191V4 pounds. Today Miss Gcrncnz is hailert ns a chnmpion dieter of dieters. She wns named the nation's 1957 Queen of Dieters by TOPS. The organization of "Take Oft Pounds .Seriously" held ils annual convcn tion in Cincinnati May 25. Helen estimates that some 2,00(1 members of (he dieting croup compcled for Ihe Mile. Entrant came from throughout the Unilct Slates and Ciin.ida. Although the lillc wns based on Ihe amount of pondage lost in a year, Hie TOPS group of diclcrs discovered Miss Gernenz wns dead serious about losing pounds. Her efforts was doubly difficult because she worked in a very tempting atmosphere--as a cook's helper in fl reslaunml. Calory Count But she followed her doctor's orders, taking (he medicine prescribed. She was permitted 800 lo 1,000 calorics dally. Each morn' ing she look a capsule nimed nt curing her appclile. Three times daily she took n Ihyroid tablet prescribed by her physician. At breakfast, Miss Gerncn/,, who Is 32, ate a howl of cereal with six ounces of milk--her daily allotment. Sometimes she had only (oast with her milk. For lunch, she had her main meal of Ihe day--meal, vegetables, hrcad and fruil, holh can ncd and fresh. For dinner, she Imd n stcnk sandwich. Her diet excluded ice cream starlchy foods and soda pop. "Thai's what I missed most," she says. "But once in n while, when 1 gel n craving fnr sweets, 1 lake B little hit of it and (hat satisfies me. It's what the doctor advised." Site 9 "When Miss Gerncnz joined TOPS a year ago last March, she wore n size 60 dress. She would add a four-inch piece of fabric on each side scam lo make the dress fil her bulk. "And that made it B size 68," the said. She now wears a size 20'i. "I for! wonderful, especially when you can go into a store and buy your own clolhcs," she said. Miss Gcrnenz now weighs IDII'/i nunds. She intends lo reduce until she gels down lo ISO. She's determined nnd happy at .he prospect lhat she'll make il. Ihe exercises daily by riding a bicycle. Then, too, the ice box no longer holds Ihe enchantment it once had fur her appetite. Besides, she's looking forward n ongcr life and, someday, marriage, "Bui 1 don'l know when," she said. CJcan Lines LD, N. r. wi--when you ask llobert Wcisz about the make of thai foreign-looking miniature car he's driving, it lakes him a while to explain. Wcisz made it himself--from parts of eight old cars and Iraclor--al his farm home Ihree miles south of here. It's powered by n I'.-j-horscpowcr washing machine engine and will do up to 25 miles an hour. I.ucile Shane in 1W2. She is Ihe | Automation Gets Mule daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. j Shane of Honolulu. They have two I SANTA KE, N. M. f -- Old i-liililii-i. Ailiiuunt. 12, and d sou,; jack's job a'l Ihe New Mexico .-Uana. s - jSl?lc Prison /arm ran out and the! Col. Lewis, who has a permanent jchGre of finding another job fcU j lional affairs lor Ihe Air Kurtc in- i aeronautical r:ilins of command To give Jack » break, Hanman i inlviiii! iietoiiaiiuns for U. S. mili-! P'l° l - "'» df-'orations include j iriud Ihc Game Dc-pl. i no avail.! lury rights in foreign couinries. i Asiaiii- Pacific medal with two j so thU week liarlinan decided' M-ch as Spain. bronze stars, and American DC-: to sell lack, all one mulepower of | From April until his arrival (e " st ' medal wilh one bronze star. I him. to Hill Kahn of Albuquerque.' IR-IC he attended academic inv i n i r i u r \ course* ai tin- Air t'ni- I)rivp Against Vermin versi'.y «l Maxwell Field, Mont-; gtimcry, Ala., i» preparation for A "poison week" recently was his duly at d'reelcy. staged in Kirc's Connemara dis- Cul. Lewis was born al Ilork , l r i c l . ( ' ;llwa ' reports. The Vermin Itiver, Wyo... where his parents, j Destruction Association spearhead Mr. and Mrs. Cash A. Lcv.is. still! 0 ' 1 U"-- MTM ani1 farmers laid reside, lit was graduated from |P»isnn on Iheir properly lo wipe om H o i k Itiver High school in l'J!i5 and entered Wyoming Uni\'fi'.-.ily in Ihe nulunin of 1M7. llr atli-nded ! Wyoming University two years I .-'nil then applied for ··ivialion c a d c l ] iraininu and entered Ihe Air Forte in Nov. ISII'J. In July, ]940, he was Monctl as .1 second lieutenant. His | Iirsl -July assignment was in li'il- j waii wilh a fighter and rcconnais- j snncc unit where lie remained until May, 1913, and where he was promoted Ihrrc grades reaching a majority in February, 19-13. lie liad f i g h t e r and patrol d u l y uf various types including lining a deputy squadron commander. He was assigned to various .staff I posts with Hie tactical Air Cum- | nuiml imil Air Mulcricl Command i hi Hie, U. £. and also finished his j studies fnr a bachelor of science I degree in mechanical engineering. The degree was conferred in 1317. In 1049 Col Lewis went In G u a m for a lour of duly as director of operations for the 19th' bomb wing, lie returned curly in 19.'i2 for an assignment at Otis Air Force base nl Cape Cod with Ihe Air Defense Command. Subsequently he became commanding officer of Grenier AFB al Manchester, N. H., where he was siiiiiuncd for fi your before being assigned In duty al the Pentagon in April, 1953. He was married nl Honolulu lo Jack was Ihe victim ol automa-.ting," said Hartmau, a Itepubli- tion. jean. "We don't have much use [or "It's gelling a little embarras-|a Democratic mascot." Palm Springs, Calif, was known as Agua CaUente in 1174. It has hot springs. Wash 20 ALSO DRYER SERVICE Coin Operated -*· In West Fair Center ^009 West 9lh St. \Ve Never Close vermin. Last yi'iir Ihe association p;iil rewards for killing 231 foxes anJ 2WJ jiray crows. We give 'S n' Green Stamp? il vour friendly Rexall Storei- Gilbert-Bishop ,and W e I d o r i d i Drugs.--Adv. com mis- ,;,, I RENT Typewriters Only 00 Par Mo. 3-Months Rental May Be Applied On Purchase Tenth St. HURRY! 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