Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 27, 1957 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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Pate 2 UlttitiUSY T1IIUUMK Thinks Frederick Has Good Chance To Secure Loan Thursday, June 27, 11)57] The absence uf a sun was later | h a v e before. IJul perhaps we C ao I s ' Vt ' k "" y?: bruti..T ^- H- Slock ( w o r k tilings wit now." i i u n - u * k t i n u r ana in:. un, iiai- I f i n a l approval uf t h e loan from ! tom . J r who f ( i u n d l^c ^ ! V.'iii-hiiiglon, hov.tvcr, m i g h t be as i The son told jutliorities t h a t i long as u muiiih. ; when he found the body uf his j Frederick now is buying water i f a t h e r , it was lying fate up, about way i M feel f r u m a jeep owned by the limn Kire.-iione I.uke a mile diid l i n i n g I mi filtering unili bor- A Trend? DENVER-llupc loomed Wrd- j n t K K I l L ' I U ; , 111. i»i-.M a y u r nps)»y (hot Krcrtcnck's 62(i i n h i i l n - j narry Savrt, recently rc-clcctcd tanls would have a new water wo i,(l(-rs whieh [ricnd he lust since system, a f t » r all. II,,. | r i s l C |I.,.IJ,, M . feel fruin m a n . In th? front seat of the !«·'.; '.s-^s -j .21' i-al. . | rifle with one earlridsc (liscliarfjed. ! The son said t h a t , in the excite I incut of Hie I r a n i ? discovery, he I hopped in the jeep and drove it ' I a\vay from (lie set-lie to a puinl [ n e a r the cabin. 1 Police theorized dial Stockton Col. John Doidjjc, deputy d i r e c - ! This y m r Savre rm-ivi-d 3 5 2 ! w n s in tllc l r o n t s »al *'f I lie i f f p tor uf Colorado Civil Defense. ' votes a g a i n s t :i!7 for his opponent.! w ' l l n " lu U u n y c c i i l e n t a l l y iliii- saiil it was probable Hit town ! Four years ayo he won ;iS3 to :nr». j r h n r j j M l f a t a l l y \ v m n i f i i n n h i m . could expect ;i Si 35,000 lu;m fnnn ' - ---- Slunni'd by the build, ho Ihc Foci oral H o u s i n g and Hume i ayency's j A. .1. flood- Financc An official from (he Ft. Worth office met Wr w i t h Doidije ;md M a y o r 1 licks of Frederick in Hi stricken c o m m u n i t y . 'I'hc agency had turned down N previous a p p l i c a l i o n by Frederick fur n loan ID replace 1 i t s water supply, ruined hy flood last m o n t h . C:jr) Wnghl, H I I F A f i n a n c i a l n n a l y s t , siiid, huwcver, Wednesday, Hie si I imlion "loulictl (iood" for Krcderifk'.s tfellinK a l o a n . "Of course. I've o n l y bi-cn in hjwn a d a y . ami 1 ilon'l makt! I l i u f i n a l answer, only a reeommemh- (ion to H. Worth, 1ml (lie picture is briEhliT." Wright said I h e reason his njjcney turned d t t w n Ihe town before was t h a t "we f e l t eamini's from the w a t e r syslem would be insufficient security for repay- rticnl." JIc said he was i n v c s t i g a l i n g a plan lo use revenues from both t h e lawn's wnlcr and electric l i g h t system ns security for a bond issue. "We didn't, know they owned (heir own light system, before," Wright said. Wright granted t h a t hoth his agency and the town "didn't go into this ns deeply ns we sluiuld Stockton Died of Rifle Shot r Coroner Rules 1 Dr. I l n h c r l l u ' h n i i r l t nf Kurt Cnl- i lins. coroner of- L a r i m e r c o u n t y , I has decided t h a t the dciilh of Mal- J colm (Irorfic Stockton. (iO, former ! ( i r e e l e y resident and a retired | r a n c h e r of the Loveland d i s t r i c t , J was caused by a bullet wound. i S t o c k t o n ' s f u n e r a l was held in ' D e n v e r Tuesday. Mis body was found on a m o u n t a i n s i d e ly his brother, S. II, Stockton nf Denver, and his son, M a l c o l m , S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g . He had been dcnd app r o x i m a t e l y 10 hours when found. It was at f i r s t believed his death had been caused by n heart nl- lack. When (he hotly was disovered (here WHS no pun lying near. There was no discrcniblc wound on Ihe body. The autopsy showed, however, t h a t Stockton had (lied ns the result of n b u l l e t t h a i had entered his right leg and had coursed up into the a b d o m i n a l c a v i t y . Stunned tiered f r o m the jeep and w a l k e d ! I about SO yards in a slate of shock !| hcfnre collapsing, police believe. Well koown in the I.ovclaml area, ! Stock ton lived by himself c a b i n ihri'C. miles cast of I ' a r k . He was last seen alive between ! 1 and 2 p.m. I ' r i d a y , by his brother, j K. 11. Stockton, who had l u n c h ! w i t h in in at his cabin. A friend ' of Stockton's arid his f a m i l y be- | r came a l a r m e d when he failed lo keep an a p p o i n t m e n t 1'Yiday a f t - ernoon. They searched for him F r i d a y e v e n i n g , and, f a i l i n g lo find any- t h i n g , returned the next m o r n i n g . They found the body on a rnoun- ( n i i i s i d c 600 yards from Ihe cabin. 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