Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 20, 1961 · Page 11
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H«M1«yrnoon Leavt (two weeks honeymoon leave. The SINGAPORE (Al'J-Wijrkors at' clause was wrillen inl ° » ·»»' UK: Kwanglung Provincial Bank!** 0 '^ 1 ' working agreement *jio many are now entUkd tu 1 signed Wednesday. Colder Winters For Next Four Years, NGS Report Shows WASHINGTON- (AP) -- -'fhc| Even fish are edging northward, world can cipect slightly coldtr winters for the next (our years but no real reversal of the slow with I he cod appearing off Green- and In numbers sufficient lo .become a food staple for Eskomis. jwarming .trend of Ihe' past W T u n n have invaded New Englanc Pay your bills with our money --or, we'll even pay them for you. Let HFC help you get rid of those unpaid bills and money worries. You simply arrange an HFC Bill-Payer Loan to cover all your bills ... then pay them off. Or, if you wish, we'll even-mail checks to the people you'owe, at no-extra cost. What a wonderful feelingl-- getting those-bills off your mind,.and doing business with HFC^, a company you trust. Stop in today for helpful, courteous money service. (years, the National Geographic Society reported Sunday. On the .basis of past cycles -nol always a reliable gauge -- climatologists figure the temporary interruption of the warming trend should end .in 1065. While not willing to forecast this flatly, the wealher experts are' able lo note that since 1900 average temperatures in Ihe .Northern Hemisphere.have risen jabout one degree. This, the so- iciety reports, has had'these visl- lbli effects':. · '· In''the Canadian prairies the icrop line has moved 50 to 100 jmiles north while in New England jjand eastern Canada warmer weather has-killed birch-trees {and damaged spruce and.balsam. j The mocking bird,' once _ Soutlierner, now awakens New Yorkers 'while the turkey, buzzard [' spars over Massachusetts'. Opos- iums, seldom seen north of Virginia 50 years ago, now .are common in southern New. England.' waters and once- tropical flying fish are seen -off New Jersey.' ' While.-thc 'warming irend thus Friday afternoon. far has had. mainly, beneficial ·/MRS. J. A. TURNER N U N N - November meeting ol lie Nunn WR Club was' at Ihe wme of Mrs. Forrest Hamilton' north of .town with, Mrs. Dale; Barnaby co-hostess. Plans..were made for the' annual Christmas party to- be heM~ al the Wayne Foster home In December. Mrs. Albert Jensen-received the members, and, 'a new member, Mrs..Harold'-Rice of the.' Sl'tlch and Chatter Club at her home on tets, 'it 1 has its long-range hazards. B r i t i s h climatologlst C. E. ?. Brooks estimates that an . additional worldwide rise oi only two degrees in average tern perature would . melt 'enough ice to send the sea flooding into much of New York, London and other great cities as well countless seaside towns. Nunn Life and Disability insurance at group rate it available on all loans JlOfl 500 IK* 21M 25M MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 36' 30 . 14 S76.54 94.80 $44.89 87.?7 108.48 55.90 28.5-i -53.18 103.99 129.15 On tocJs to J/jCO. r.... ~ atiTlcitiMuUj* S 'IS'at' M * « S10.04 49.34 9-1.95 lC*p4ltj It JJ6 ,f'^a'4S°l»a W. German Back To Moscow Post BONN, Germany CAP) - West German Ambassador Hans Kroll lew back to his post in Moscow Monday after getting Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's approval of lis . handling of a conversation with Premjer Khrushchev on the Berlin conference. , . . . Kr.oll was called home last Tue's- replacing H.'A. Snyder,who be- day to report on the conversalion comes 'assistant 'comptroller for after suspicions were voiced here that he overstepped his authority and made proposals contrary to \Yest. German policy. Body of New Born CHild Discovered been appointed ~ l b the'.-·position'' ' Mrs. Russell Turner was called to Los Angeles, Calif., last week by, the serious Illness of her father, Dr. Marvel D. Becm. '. Mr.' 'and Mrs. James Edwards and Mr.' and Mrs. Van Shipps were recent dinner guests of Ihe Ralph Figlingers at their home in Longmont. . . Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Foster re turned home .Thursday from a month's trip lo Lima, Peru'. Foster was sent by tire government to promote wheat'products. , Mrs. Nell Green is spending the week in Cheyenne, Wyo., visiting relatives and friends. ·s^- Roy Brees and Mrs. G. L. Le'monds- were joint hostesses to members and guests, M_rs. Edwin Filkoskl of. Pierce; Mrs. William Lemonds, Mrs.'Edna Wilson and Mrs. Albert Cramer, of Ihe Merry Matrons Club at' the Brecs home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. A. Glffin and Mrs. Larry Giffon of Greeley, furnished the entertainment with games. The treasurer, New advanced to the Aslant, vice, president of operations for'the com-, pany. He bcgnn his telephone' career with Bell Laboratories New York in 1936, where he rked (or a number of years, with lime out for military serv- DENVER (AP) - The body of '« during World War II. He a new born child, withered with «me to Ihe Mountain Slates age and wrapped in a 9-year-old| Company in 1954 as an equip- newspaper was discovered Sunday rmnt maintenance engineer and in- the basement of ' a northeast! became New Mexico chief en- OUSEHOLD FINANCE 725 Ninth Street-- PHONE: Elgin 2-8512 l«w: f :3J ta 5.-M Hon., Tu«t, H«d. ( Tkers.-- J.-M h I Fri. Denver home. The' body was uncovered by workmen who were installing a furnace. Police .said the body was unidentifiable.as lo sex and race. It has beeii lur'ned over lo the coronet's "office for examination. Brtwe«n l»M;and 1940 Americans - increased their life insurance ownership 150 per cent while population rose 19 per cent. gineer in February, 1955. In 1957 he went back to New York with A.T. t T. : Company . and returned to Mountain Stales as chief engineer in'.l958. He was named to the post of assistant vice president of operations ear ; lier this year. Miller is : a 19M graduate of Ih'e University of Idaho. He' was born in Vancouver, Canada: is married and has three- children. $100 cleared on. the lunch servec t Ihe Crow Valley callle sale. Do- ember meeting will be a parly lid gift exchange. ... .. · . Mrs,,Lena. Worley accompanied he J.' J;... Kings ; of Pierce to Cheyenne,'.Wyo., Wednesday and spent 'the day as guests of Mrs Lena Miller. ,.-._ . . ';··· · Mr. and Mrs!'Glenn Lewis am an Mark returned'home Saturday "rom a week's visit with-Lewis irolher, Merle, who is ill ansas City Hospital, his wife heir mother,'Mrs.-Ethel-Lewis o xmgford, Kan.,'and another sis er and family the Leslie Tho'rp at Junction City, Kan. Mrs. Dale Barnaby was substitute mai carrier during Lewises absence. , Mrs. G. L. . Lemonds accbm panied her daughter and hus band, the Randall Hayes, to thei home at Chanutc, Kan., (o be tlieir house guest for severa weeks. Hayes had been hunlin and visiting his parents at Craig Hostesses for the Novembe meeling of the HGL Birthday Clu were Mmes. E.'F^ Foster, Bruc Wcbsler'an;! Elmer Foster a f . t h home of the'former Monday aft noon. Plans were made Jor th annual turkey luncheon a n d . g i exchange to be held Tuesday Dec. 20, at Municipal Hall at'12:3 p.m. Mrs. Lon Caywood; over a Mon., Nov. JO, 196'1 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pagt'li SE THE TRIBUNE WANT R. J, PR1NGLE, above, lire dislrict manager in Butte, Mom., las been appointed to the posi tion of Colorado ' commercial manager, replacing R. K. Timothy who has been transferred to Idaho as vice president a ml general manager of the Moun:ain Slales Telephone Company. Pringle storied with tlic' com- jany in 1949 in.the Accounting Department in Denver, where held various positions until wing named Bulte district manager in 1358. Pringle was born in Chicago, 111., "and is a grad. uatc of Colorado College in Colorado Springs. He is married anrl nas Ilircc children. halrman, appointed the following ommillees:'Tobies, Mines. L. A Jiffiri, E. E. Poster and J. A Mrs. James Edwards, reported Turner; lichen, Mmes. Roy Balloonist Can't Land, (Doesn't Care HI.GGJNS; "Tex. (AP)-A ,Penri-|rccorcl of 34 hours and 68 minulef lylvania woman trying for-a bal-lheld by a Russian. 0011 endurance record was reported unable lo descend but a shc'r- ff said Sunday she had' shouted lo him that she needed no help. Sheriff Bill Fitzgerald' of' Higgins said he had made shouting contact will] Ihe balloonist. . The sheriff notified the Texas Department of Public Safety after sighting the balloon four miles norlh of here in the Texas Panhandle; Word came from Fitzgerald she'flly- after Texas state police arranged with the Search and Rescue Service in Oklahoma City 6 :.disp,ijch a helicopter from Vance Air Force Base at Enid Okla., lo help Mrs. Alfred Wolfe, 56, of Bluebell, Pa. A Department of Public Safely spokesman- said it -had cancelled [he helicopter request. The sheriff said the weather was bad anc clouds sharply limited visibility in [ho area. Sheriff's . officers at Leedey irees, Albert Cramer and Harlam Macy; turkey, Mrs. Frank Kom ma. Games will' form the afternoon's entertainment. Each mem- xr'.is to bring a gilt. Okla., tracked the balloon for a time, lost it and then spotted ii again Sunday night near Higgins An unidentified farmer near Hammond,.Okla., had reported to the FAA that .Mrs. Wolfe should to him that she could not lane and (hat her radio had failed. Mrs. Wolfe look.,bft from .Big Springs, Tex., early Sunday. Abou 1,500 cars ringed a private airnot to sec her go aloft i n . a wicker basket suspended below the 65 foot balloon. Mrs. Wolfe said she hoped to J. V. McMullen celebrated his break a.world women's'endurance Irlhday Friday-lhe 17. His daugh- ers, Mrs. Roy Daems of Ennis, Mont., and Mrs. Carter Walts of 'ort Morgan, wero present to ex- end greetings. Mrs. Daem's bus- tand and his mother 'of Ennis will join her .next week and all lan to spend: Thanksgiving al .he Walls home at.Fort Morgan. Word has been received of the dealh of Boyd C. Wolf of Boulder, Nov. 15; -Wolf was one · of the early settlers of the Nunn Com' muhity'coming here! in'. 1905. He was the .son of Ihe late W. W. Wolf of Boulder. ONE PAIR OF EYES . . . TO LAST A LIFETIME That's all you have! Give your eyes the fin-, est protection and cavel ; \Vc' grind 'your lenses with precision to safe; guard your vision. Let us fill ' your next- pre'-; gcrlptiori. : P.S. Broken lenses dupji- ' Framti repair' · · GREELEY OPTICAL · 912 i/j 8(h Avc. Does BLADDER IRRITATION MAKE YOU NERVOUS? A f t e r 33i common KUoer or Eladdfr Jr- iltatioa»'ollen occur icd m'tr nuke joy lerae and r.tnouj from too frcouent, burnl/ir or Itchlr.s urluUon both !*y »nd nifhl, 8«cr.!trllT, you mtj fcse iltep *nd suffer Iiom HendachtJ, Backache ifiti feel old. ttrid,- depreajed. In guch IrrltatloR. CYSTEX tiuillj brSnii ftst, re]«lnr coinrorl by eurblns irri- l«t1tiB Btrms lu itronr. te!d urine «nd by Vlvlnr »ni]rts!c piir. icllrf. Oet OYSTER ·tdruiiisls.Ci-.eerup tad f«Ifcett«r fast. 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