Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 26, 1957 · Page 11
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Baseball Figures at Washington Hearing UN Rejects Thrt* bittbill pfiytrs who ttitifjjd at batt- ball hearing in Wathington, D. C., Junt 24 poit with counit), J. Norman Ltwii. From Itfr: Gtrry Coltman, Yankt; Robin Robtrtt, Phils, and Eddit Yost, Stnators. Thty laid r*t*rvt claui* -- or tomtlhing likt it -- It tmnlial to baitball. (AP Wir/photo). Vacation Bible School Program Thursday Nighi al Advenlisl Church Football Player Weds Vacation Bilile school p r o j r a m j nf thf First Sexer.th Day A d v e n t 1st church w i l l hp concluded j Thursday r x c n i n c at 7:30 p m. with » choral s i n c i n c program in w h i c h 2 ? ,n children who a t t e n d e d the j lehnol will p a r t i c i p a t e . | · Trocram w i l l hp as fnllows: dis- j play nf c r a f t s and workbooks to p a r e n t s ; croup sincins. k i n d e r carlens 1 and 2. Deep and Wide a n d How Did Moses Cross the Hed Sea; p r i m a r y croup. Noah's Anim a l s and Noah and Hit A r k ; and junior croup, Darp To BP A Daniel. Thp junior croup will also port r a y fliblp characters dressed in Appropriate costumes. Jerry Burns w i l l represent D a x i d ; Stanley Shoota. Joseph: Jerry Hays. Jona t h a n ; M a r t i n .Vonenbere, Daniel; Bill Sutherland. Nosh; Bill Benien. A b r a h a m ; Melvin Benien. Moses; Jim Miller, Samuel; Wayne H a y s , Gideon; and Alice Hays will be the narrator. In Ihe V a c a t i o n Bitilp school t h e V t n d e r c a r t r n d e p a r t m e n t No. 1 was headed by Mrs. Calvin Dupper w i t h Mrs.V.eorce Neukirch assistant. Mrs. Dale Bnhlender was pianist. Teachers w e r e Mrs. J. ],oreni. M r s . John Klmcenberc. Miss F.lla Jean Shable. Mrs. Henry K n a u h . MKS I/iis F.dcell. Miss I r i s Walker. Miss Charlotte Hay and Xliss J e a n e l t p .Vwbanks. Kindercarlen department No. Z » a s headed bx M r s . Oliver l^renz f 111 , «,,h Mrs R a f a e l Orualci » . . i « t - Ol AllyS. (Cen)inuod from Paga 1) mission mwlinx lilt Friday t h a t ! new weapons would b' br«uiht in- I to South Korn hfcauip th» Beds l h a d consistently violated the arms I ban lincf I ccast-firp ended the Korean fishtint in 19i3 North Korean Maj. C.en Chun: Kook Rook presented the Commu- i n i s t demand and rcpo'ed the i charge he made last Friday t h a t {the U. N. allies wpre preparing j f o r a new war by "wrecking" the armistice. I "Your side does nut want a p p a c e f u l spltlpmcnt in Korea," Chung declared. "This has b«en shown in the past. It was your i H » w h i c h broke up Ihe prelimi- n a r y political negotiations at Tani m u n j o m ^nd the Oneva confer- j e n c e for settlement of the Korpan i problem." i He asserted that the a r m i s t i c e l a i r c c m e n t o[ July 27, 19V3, w a s a ' b i l a t e r a l agreement and said any unilateral action -- such as the U. N. decision In bring in new- weapons -- is null and void. The North Korean government, Chun! said, "re-cmphasiies t h a t . . . a n international conference i w i t h a broad participation by the countries concerned must be convened at an early date to a r r a n j e the withr'*aw»J of all forcijn troops from Korea, to guarantee a lasting peace and to facilitate a peaceful solution of the K b r e a n question. "If the t!. N. side insists on following the present policy," he added, "your side must be held entirely responsible for all the serious consequences arising there- from." Th~ Communist general did not elaborate on that point. Litionborg Rtplits The U. N. Command chief, U. S. Maria* Corps Mi). On. Homer L. UUenberr, replied that the questions raised by Chun: »tre "not proper subjects to b« dil- cutsed at a military conference | . . . therefore they are rejected." Seizes Wheel To Avert Wreck as Oliver Dies 'ion Mountain Disasler Areas Declared Ailer Minnesota floods ST. PAUL, Minn, .r - Hood joncs along the Minnesota and Crow Itiiers h a i r been declared d i u s t e r areas by the Ked Cross. The action came as crests ui the two s t r e a m s , swollen by heavy r a m s , nvncd t o w a r d their conflu- t-:,ce w.ti 'e M i s s i s s i p p i River. About 130 f a m i l i e s already h a v e fled 'mm lowland homes :n St. Taul and more are expected to be forced out if the M i s s i s s i p p i hits i predicted 17-17'i s t a z e . three feet above flooding, w i t h i n the r c x t 48 hours. Residences of several s m a H t o v n s alon! the Crow about 30 miles northwest ol Minneapolis, are surrounued bj w a t e r . Humrrcds of acres of farm land al-o are flooded. Page 6 CHEELEY Flying Fever . J""« **·' 1957 ESTES I'AIIK or - An alert! panentrr tnbbcd the itrennj |wheel TueKJay nicht just i driver Wilb'jr D. I.anc slumped dead i on the erett ol a winding moun-; tain road. Calmly, Harry Collector o( Den-| ver steered the careeninj car 711 [ feet down the highway and to a law stop in a field. He wasn't hull. | The liichway Patrol said Lane,! 61, also of Denver, died of a heart! a t t a c k . He was stricken four milei east of this surirr.fr resort town on .State Highway bC. LODGE GRASS, Monl. U---Harold Green operates an oil and £«i huiinesi, except (or two dayi each month when he becomes a flier. That's whcr. he rides « commercial airliner to Denver where he flies a jet fighter as part of the U. S. Naval Reserves. Green figures each trip to Denver costs him $85. Hii flisht par from Ihe nity is H7 a month. 10 he nets Just «. Green saji Iff wrth IL "I like to fir, 1 We ""7 life." h« said "I spent JO years learning to fly and t don't want to throw all that time away." A firm in Ghent, Belgium. It exporting bowstrings made of hemp and dacron. For Cool Cooking . · · get a new COOK BOOK The Krench m m i * i n d u s t r y in lYf, produced 1.323 full lcn;lh an'! short films--a now hich. Film exports earned JS.731,418, another new hijh m a r k . WEST COAST LUMBER S) / O'UU per l.nnn and up Ward's Planing Mill and Lumber Co. 23rd Avenue and 1st Street Phone 4141 Now Offering $190,000-Weld County, Colorado School District No. 118 Platteville School District SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS We recommend for hich crade, lax-free investment these school bonds of the I'latteville District, payable from unlimited ad valorem taxes. Bonds mature serially from June 1, 1958, to July 1, 1977. Interest Rates 3%%- 4%-4V4% Net Tax Free Yield to Investor 3ft to 3.9',; according to maturity. BOSWORTH SULLIVAN CO. Member, New York Stock Exchange Denver 2, Colorado Phone Operator and ask for Enterprise 236 (not a toll call) Mr. and MM. Ron Kramtr -- ht'i tht formtr Michigan foot- balltr now with Grrtn Day, Wit. -- Itavt Pint Methodist church at Jackson, Mich., afttr thtir wtdding. Sht it a formtr Michigan co- od. Wodding wat Juno tt. (AP Wirtpholo). ant and pianist. Teachers were « r r mir l Mrs. Charles .Means, Mrs. Robert HIM t U U I I Belleau. Mrs. Walter Ordelheide. Mis. Jojee Shable. Mrs. H o w a r d I F T F P \ValKer. Mrs. Jean Heil-cher, Mrs. "' E A R L E L - J E S T E R Milo nnhlender and Mrs. J o h n ; Sl'N VA1.I.KV, Idaho ..fi-Dcfi- i,Vatters '"'" fstrietions on the power of Primary department director ·«· V- S. S u p r e m e Court w e r e sue- »as M r s . Joe Mechalke with M r « . ' B « t r r l Wednesday in a c o m m i t t e e Pally, Scixas Advance WI.MIII.rno.V. K n c l a n d uil;r I ' a t t y . the 1350 Wimbledon c h a m p i o n f r o m I,os Angeles and Paris, led a trio of unseeded Ameri c a n s into the third r o u n d of the "1st ' W i m b l e d o n c h a m p i o n s h i p s Wednesday as the first f i n e w e a t h - er uf the t o n r r a m c n t turned up for t h e e a r l y m a t c h e s . ^ fl .. ..,..-. «... ..... , . , . P a t t y , no longer rated a m o n c the Kunice Hartholomcw a s s i s t a n t . P i - , T"rt '""' national A s s n . of At- -^ ^ m ^ f ^ (|) a n i s t was Mrs. Wayne Hushes, .tome), (.enrul. 1|ir ,,;,,,,,,,,,,,,., ra , llo w r o n j i Teachers uere M r t d a m e s C.eorce ; "We propose," said Ally. (,en. nr( ,,|,,,| j, l s , 6: m j m , t( s to dispose .lohnson. Henry K a u f m a n . Wai- Grorse F. C.uy of \ \ y o m m s . c h a i r - ,,f i- r anciscc, Contreras, 23-year-old lice K a u f m a n . K l m e r Parker. Dale man nf the association's C o m m i t - Mrxl ,.., n 1)au , Cl ,p r i a y f r , 6-4, 6- Casseday, W. II. Martin. E d w a r d I" nn federal State Iti-latinns. rrunli ' D a l e Fruit. Hick M c c h - ; " t h » ' Congress enact le;ila!ion .lie W a y n e H u s h e s . Bartholomew. ' I h a t w o u l d say in e f f e c t to the Till C.eorce. ami the Misses Mail- S u p r e m e Court: nni Walker. P a t t y Biihlcnder and , " ' Y o u cannot exert e v c l i i M M - \'alira M e c h a l k e . j u r i s d i c t i o n o \ c r a s t a t e law un- Junicir ilivision w a s headnl hy less l'imi;re«s s p e c i f i c a l l y a u t h o r - |,,,.,' m i; ; , r ope. Mrs. Donald W. Hay w i t h Mrs. lies ou to do so.' " Vie Scixas of Philadelphia. b a n Pelersen a s s i s t a n t . In charce I c.uy reported durini: the f i n a l 1P'-1 ···.inner and t o p - r a t e d Ameri- of c r a f t s were Mesdames. K d i t h l d a y of the a s s o c i a t i o n ' s a n n u a l c;in s t i l l in the t o u r n a m e n t , Hay. R.-y Osier and C,uy Shable. i c o n \ e n t i o n . A d j o u r n m e n t w a s lirre;ed to « f, I, B-l. 6-4 victory A ' M s t i n c were Sadie Sutherland. 1 scheduled tor Wednesday nisht. o \ e r I n d i a ' s N a r e l h K u m a r . fions Dupper. Sam Dupper, and i a f t e r an address by John Hen Shep- D e f e n d m s C h a m p i o n I.ew Hoac Jehn Ilunn Te'achers and assistms iperd, former attorney f c n e r a l of had nn trouble at all di«posinc nf in c r a f t s were Mesdames M a r y Teias. T r e i o r t I ' a i . c u t t . South A f r i c a n McCune. Edna O'ler. Ruby And- "I f M |." (luy said, "lhat t h i s "·"'* '"P i;la«T, B 4, 6-2, 6-1. e r s n n , R u t h Pettencill and I.. J. m a t t e r of federal state r e l a t i o n s K - r h a r d t . could be soKed r i u i c k l y if we C l a r V C a r n a h a n d r o v e t h e school w n u U C o l u r k t o t h e h a - i c f u n d a 1 ;s t h a t p r r i \ n l c d t r a n s p o r t a t i o n m e n t a s s of our ^ m t r r i m t n t ; t h . i t [,«· M of the c h i l d r e n , while Mrs. the p o w e r s nut d e l e g a t e d to t h e Saddle J a n s s r n cared for all pre- c e n t r a l ; o \ c r n m r n t are r e s i r v e i l schnnl c h i l d r e n of mothers w h o tn the s t a l e s . I t ' s t h a t simple." The r o n t r o u T s y OUT f e d e r a l state r e l a t i o n s has been t h r e a d e d t. r,« O t h e r A i n r r i r a n w i n n e r s in the M c u n i l r o u n d of men's singes inc l u i l n l H j i a r o l d r.antnar Mullojr i-f | ) i n \ i - r ;m,i Hush S t e w a r t , like T a t t y , a I.m Angeles native who Baugh To Be Sentenced in Kansas Cily July 12 u r r r I f a c h m s . No Horses N O U r o L K , YJ. '.r -- Thf »ir f n r t r t h i * r a r n n l r r r d it* r'* n r s ( . vl.iy MM nf i 100 milf a r r a ar"-:i'l' I , o . n v \ i ! l o . Ky , at D r r h y 1;r:c, T h i ' r . ' M i m r d the so failed A r m y " n m U V r " in i n \ i t m » : ^*· 1. ( i n l cor.crr««nitn tn a weapon* throuch m i i r h of t h r durimion* d u r i n g tlip three iay c o n \ r n t i o n hrrr. It has t m i r h f d m Iltc S;iprrmr ('(»;]rt r u l i n g a f f r r l i n i ; , n l n n n i l r a - tion of thr S m i t h \rt a n i l im s l a t e s ' ri'-ntrnl t»f - u . ^ t r * i s m . The i!r m n n s t r a t i o n at n r a i h y Fort n r i t a r . n i a t u r U M i a n l " Hi 1 T r i 'P plane K n o x -- a n i m i t a t i o n w h i c h w a s ' r i \ e d in S i i n i . A u s t r a l i a , a f t e r K A N S A r CITY ,r -- Senlrnc i n ^ nf K M o n K. H a t i ^ h . w h o pl rd s'-nlty m V. S. Di*t. ('our TIITM],!) td « c h a r g e of tranpnrt m^ ,'t-n f - r r u r i t i r s into Colorado ha; ITI :i -et f u r J u l y 12. T h e :.i \ e a r o M liai^h. * for nn r d.uu r in* t r u e tor, u 3« one o M - \ e r . i I IIH·:, c h a r g e d w i t h I r a n * P.T',;;:; al c ' l t SU i""i in f o r j n Anu-r:i'.in K x p r c * - m m i e y order l a - t .Manh 31 f m n i W i c h i t a t I . i t l U i o R . t'oli. H: b r a l h r r P»u! 37. \v;i*. e n t r n c e d .lime 12 for roh c a n c e l l e d a f t e r shout the t i n n n f . *nme r h u h t r h the 12««l m i l e s f r o m U.n- '· O "' 'he money orders u . 1 don in 41 hour*. Wichita. PIONEER Cleaners ·· Distinctive Dry Cleaning Service Z . i t i l - T l h \\t. i'.vr 'irren Sl.imps I'h. 4103 Small Comprnsntion OIH'.SSA. Tex. i.r -- Tbnma t'olrman Snsa drew j n r r r ' s p.Tj 1 fo . 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