Six Trapped Men Are Rescued Alive from Mine in Ohio Better Break for Migrants' Children in School Promised DENVER Wi - Children of mi-! 'smnl (arm wyrkett will souu | better chance ior a normal (UcatioD in the united S'.ates, -H. Gram Vesl, slatu commissioner; I of education, said Wednesday. | Dr. Vrs! said th-! his depart merit \vUl use two new grants in Fulghum Heads Investigation 5Â£|ofJ.P. Courts night All had survived the ordeal in food condition. A huge auger drilled into the hillside under which the men were trapped. At a depth of about 200 feet it struck into the chamber into which they had been walled by the slide. As (he 36-inch-diam- rler bit was withdrawn, the men crawled through the hole behind the dril. No one had lo go In after them. The hole which provided the i avenue to safely for Ihe five miners was the third drilled since the mining auger arrived at the scene late Wednesday. Rock slides had blocked Ihe other two drilling efforts. More than (wo score rescue workers were spurred In their efforts earlier W e d n e s d a y night when the second hole drilled gion. There is a cliff above, and the shall runs back under the cliff. The men were identified as Joseph Supinski, 47, of -Mount Pleasant; Fred Sabol, 33, of Harrisville; Hank Horvalh, 35. of Glenn Robbins; Kenny Hamilton, 3S, o[ Adena, and Martin Kovalski, 40, of Mount Pleasant. Kiwanis Elects Lumber Dealer ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. if, -H Park Arnold, a Glendale, Calif., lumber dealer and machine part manufacturer Wednesday w a s unanimously elected president of , Kiwanis International, enabled them 16 hear h u m a n ] The 61-year-old Arnold, now voices inside Ihe mine. That hole I treasurer of Ihe organization, will ; aid for research projects lo plo- 'necr a pattern for other stain in providing well-organized educational programs for migrant children. One grant, he said, will provide $100,000 annual for three years lo carry on a research project entitled, "A Comprehensive Survey cf Ways for Improving School Organization and Administration lo Meet the Needs of Children of Migrant F-Tni Workers." The U. S. Office of Education will foot the [bill. j DENVER * - Ben Carl Ful?- hom, Glenwood Springs fiepubli- can who served as i judge in Germany while in the armed forces after World War II, was named Wednesday to head a flderly Denver Man Is Held over Shooting cf Two Teenage Boys DENVER * -- Two boys vtn struck by shotgun pellets 'fired in a vicint lot in oortbn-ul Denver Tuesday night. Wayne Applehans, 14. was in serious condition in a hospital j Â«iib wounds in Uir bjt-k ?r4 i f f ! ! tru. Wednesday morning Edward Trujillo, 15, reported lo police he also had been shot while Governors Ask low Interest on Public Debt Thursday, June 27, 1937 GREELEV TKIBIWE Page 7 fireworks Accident Results in Heavy Damage Suit Filed STERLING (A - A dimagn suil for $105,000 was lUcd in District ' Big Tip for Question wilh Aplehans, and showed let woujds in Uie back. By JACK BELL WILLIAMSBURG, Va. * - The nation's governors called on President Eisenhower and Congress GEORGETOWN, Kv. f\ --Two wattresscF asked 3 customer il he wanted a glass of milk with his Idnch. !ft answered by handing Utem ?j each. The customer, U. Guv. Kurv _ ee Waterfield, bad won the S5 Court Wednesdav by the father :' irs ' P" ze '" a milking contest to i i:-yssr-c!d boy injured ia il .TM n TM n 'r .l-nÂ» Ps'ry Mn-is ; 3 ,t fireworks accident June 17. I week. He was told to pel-1 Wednesday to lake aclion lo lower I G e0 rne _. _.. _ interest rates on billions of dollars ci ar c . sweeping mvesUaaUon Inlo Colo- Detectives questioned M a t t h e w i of slate, school and local bonds. ! a n ri rftHrt'c cvctÂ»m nf iiittira ftf (ho o_.jr_:i IF ...L_ i _ i , _ Â· n I \n' i: I L _ . - _ ,n,i _. , anu W. E. .Vhile, falher o f . David \ money lo (he (irst waitress suit againstÂ· asked him to have owner of the' White, - , rado's system of justice of the Godfrit, 75, who was laker, to jail Winding up their 49U, annual filed the F. Sloltz, al and Lumber Co.. here, give the who The National Child Labor Committee will provide an undetermined a m o u n t of money lo pay for a summer workshop for teachers of migrant and bilingual children, Dr. Vest said. The workshop is scheduled July i 15-26 at A d a m s Alamosa. State College in had gone in ISO feet. succeed Reed C. Culp of Salt Lake The workers said Ihey yelled a t ! C i t y when he takes "office Aug. 1. the trapped men, h e a r d - v o i c e s in I response bat could not distinguish fik n , Di,, r words-and could not tell how many "UfV rllli men. .were alive.' fhfe rescue workers Ihoughl at that time- they were about loo feet - from tie men, but Ihey decided lo bore another shaft at a different angle to avoid rock falls, . All day, under a broiling sun, 25,000 Visitors Wed. VATICAN CITY UB - Pope Pius XII Wednesday receivpd 25,000 pilgrims and loilrlsts In general audience at Si. .Peter's Basilica. A COMPLETE EVENING OF. (UEASURE -- the finest in foods at moderate prlies The Manor Room 2009 9lh SI., West Fair Shopping Center, CJbsed Thursday The finest in entertainment at prices you can easily afford THE RIVER LINE Frasier HaU-;-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday A COMPLETE EVENING OF PLEASURE The Ihrec-year research project will be carried out under the Colorado Education Dppt. supervision and will seek lo. 1. Identify and overcome exist ing obstacles in migrant children education. 2. Establish progrLms of in-serv ice training for teachers of mi granl children. 3. Improve community "under standing and cooperation in deal ing wilh this complex and delicate problem. 4. Develop records. better systems o 5. Develop reciprocal under standing with educational author itles outside of Colorado. 6. Find belter methods of teach ing migrant children and integrate the program with lh( tola! Colorado school program. GREELEY SAT., JUNE ROSEDALE JUNGLE-BRED RHINOCEROS R E A L L I V E G I R A F F E S ! 5-TON TRAINED HIPPOPOTAMUS! 4 5 0 P E O P L E 8 A N I M A L S TICKETS ON SALEt SHOWGROUNDS 9:00 A, M. -- FOR GENERAL ADMISSION SEATS--- AlSO SRANPSTANP S E A T S -- Man Held by Police Attacks 2 .Officers Two Greeley patrolmen w injured Tuesday night when prisoner they were searching slugged one of them and kickec the other. The palrolmen, Paul Martin an Leu Malcom were treated and released from Ihe Weld County Gen eral hospital. Martin was fel Wednesday morning, M a l c o m Tuesday night. The prisoner, Ross Green, 56 had been picked up for drinking police said. As he was bein; searched, he hit Martin across thi back of his neck with his righ arm, on which .he wore a cast. Ai abuut the same time he kjcket Atalcom. Charged with assault and battery, Green is being held in county jail. the Prominent Rancher Dies CANON CITY Iffi - W. A. Me- ^enzie, an -active rancher for a lalf century, died of a heart attack while riding a horse on his land Wednesday. The 67-year-old McKenzie counted as his, at various times, the Stirrup Ranch in the Guffey region, a ranch at Gardner, Ihe Red Creek Cattle Ranch near Colorado Springs and large holdings east of .Canon City. peace courts. Selected to serve wilh him were Reps. Ed. Byrne, Robert Holland, and Bert Gallegos, aU Denver Democrats, and Rep. Peter Dominick, Englewood Republican. AU f i v e committee members a r e lawyc-rs. Th-? appointments were made by Sen. Hay Danks (D-Denvcr) chairman of the Colorad" Legislative Council, acting under a resolution passed by the Legislature. "The problem is whether lo rev a m p the present system or whether we should start over," Fulghum told a reporter after selection ot the committee. He said he is approaching the problem without any preconceived Ideas and lhat the committee "will I have to do a lot of investigating." I Â°f " ie for investigation. Detective Paul I conference, the governors elected said the man related carried i shotgun lo prolecl epu Gov. William G. Stral- MU B " plaintiffs asked 550,000 for famous Rail Line Will be Rebuilt properly from prowlers. He said he saw four boys near a shack he owns and fired at them when (hey began lo run. Rocket Expert Says Army's LR Missile Is Best his ion of Illinois as their chairman, succeeding D e m o c - a I i c Gov. j Working wilh lhe committee will be special unils of lhe Colorado Bar Assn. and Junior Bar Assn. The justice of the peace court Thomss B. Stanley of Virginia. They voted to hold next year's conference in Florida. In lhe conference's closing session, lhe governors whipped out a series of resolutions. One ot these met President Eisenhower's personally delivered request for ap poinlmenl of representatives for a task force- lo survey lhe possibili ty of a rollback of federal govern mont functions lo the states. Put in a surprising action ovcrnors also endorsed wha a m o u n t e d lo an altack on the Ei scnhowcr administration's "tigh HUNTSVILLE, A l a . Ifli -- One!money" policy. Democrats h a v _ great rocket E X - j made il clear they intend lo n-.akc perls, Dr. Wernhrr Vnn B r a u n , j t h i s policy one of lhe chief issues said Wednesday Ihe best l o n g l o f next year's campaign for con range n/ssile this ?ide of the I r o n f t r o l of Congress. Curtain belonged lo the Army. | Von Braun. the forcmosl pioneer in Ihe development of liquid- fvslem has been a controversial subject in Colorado for many (Propelled rockets, thus touched for I years. There have been a t t e m p t s j l h c firsl lime Â° n l n o Air Force-' lo abolish the syslei, but aU have failed. Fulghum said there are 275 justices of the peace in lhe slate, many of them In isolated areas where other systems of justice might be difficult lo establish. Rep. Albert Tomsic of Walsen ourg, Democratic floor leader o. the House of Representatives, commented during the Legislative Council's discussion lha.1 in rura areas many justices of thfe peace lave three rnajor functions: levy ing traffic fines, serving as a col lection agency in small cases and providing s placfe where rriinoi matrimonial problems can be ironed out. Â· Humphrey Sees No Reason for Interest Rate Rise Indefinitely WASHINGTON (Si -- SecreUr of the Treasury Humphrey sai Wednesday he sees no reason believe interest rales will continu to go up indefinitely, "You have pressjres in one di rection and then : counter-actin, pressures in anodic* direction, ( hi said. "There is every reason lo believe ther.. wMl be fluctuations s we move forward." Humphrey gave tnij view irt rt- ponse to questioning by Sen. Marin (R-Pa) at Ine Senate Finance Committee's inquiry into the nation's financial condition. Mart : i said Sen. Kerr (D-Okla), hu questioned Humphrey Tuesday ad left an impression that an up- ard trend in Interest rates could e expecUd to continue with no nd in sight. Much of the committee's Inquiry as centered on the rise in Interest ales. Humphrey has contended rise was needed to check in- allon Club Lido Proudly PresenU Chunga's Turn-A-Bout Follies 15 Men and a Girl Opening Friday Night Â· 850,000 in costumes--Styled by lhe world'* leading designers. Â· Most, startling show you'll ever see anywhere. Â· Billboard's most extraordinary female Impersonators. Admission $1.00 Reservations Ph. 1494 Army [cud over roles and missions ir. the courl-marlial of Col. John C. Nickcrson, Jr. The Air Force has been assigned lo lhe developmenl of an Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile, a fact against which Nickerson has waged a .sort of one-man war. The former G e r m a n scientist, who-developed, lhe V2 rocket during World War II and who is considered chiefly responsible for Hie Aircad Work on Schedule COLORADO SPRINGS Wl - Almost 100 million dollars worlh o! contracts have been awarded for lhe U. S. Air Force Academy anc work is on schedule lo permit cadels lo move inlo major build now operational 200-mile Redstone missile, was asked which iervice had the superior sveapon. | Agency. ,"In my opinion," said Von About Braun, "I have no douhl that Ihe ings by Scplember, 1958. This inlormctlon was contained in a progress report Wcdnesdaj by the Academy Construction Jupiter Thor." is far superior to the The Thor has been developed by the Air Force, the Jupiter by the Army team of by Von Braun. scientists headed About 1M million dollars in work has been completed. This includes sewer and water systems grading, roads, foundations, wale reservoirs, electric substation and structural steel for servic nd supply areas. 'Most of the steel has been erec ed and concrete poured* for th six-slory cadels quarters buil ing; most of the steel has bee reeled for the academic huildin and foundations have been pourc j f o r the administration and ph DE.WEJl Ml - Tor years farm sica , ed , c a t i o n buildings. Colorado Urged To Use More Laramie Water ers iu Wyoming and northern Colo rado have feuded over the amoun of water in the Laramie River and which state was getting the Ion's share. Water right litigation involving he two states and the stream has )een in the courts for years. A ew ranchers on both sides of the tale line have gone about their work armed, protecting their wa- er rights. This year the streams are run- ing bank full inlo Wyoming and he farmers don't like it. "They're asking why Colorado oesn't use more water," said Col- rado Slate Engineer J. E. Whiten. "It's the first time I've ever card lhat complaint." Bids will be received within th next 45 days for street lightinj a dining hall for' support person nel, cadet social center and the ater and science building. Latest bid opening was for A water system for fire protection and irrigation. Aparcnl low bid ion Co. of Denver with a bid of 1,667,211. j8righf Future Is Predicted for Colo. Coal Mines ec. Benson Starts n Western Trip actual damages, JSu.ooo for rx-i empliry damages and $5,000 f o r ' mediesl expense- expected to be I Trains M s g n i i n r . Ic-aduig 771533- incurred during the next year. I z ' ne about railroading, says in its The complaint charged that l h B i J u l y iss " e l h a l a famous old Colo- boy purchased a lype of fireworks I " rio "'' llnc is to bc rehuilt - conlaining m a g n e s i u m which The r a i l r o Â»d is the San J u a n and somehow exploded in nis pocket. Cr . vslal niv ! r ' l "'as a s t a n d a r d gage line lhal extended south from Carbondale thru Redstone to Marble. The Geneva Steel company plans to rebuild (he line as il will irevelop l.irgc high gr.ide coal deposits for its steel mills. The f a t h e r charged everely burned his son was about his side, , hips tnd back and was "perma- icnliy injured, disfigured and in- apacltated." Logan county officers have en- orccd ircworks dent. severe crackdown on dealers since the acci-| A Grccley railroad man. famil- - iar w i t h the area, loin 1 a Groeley ! Tribune reporter t h a t right of way is now being secured for the line. The mart was junked In (he Ja'.e thirties. It orijin.illy emended (o Marble, famous for its quarries from lock Prices Fail [o Hold Advance NEW YORK ui -- An early ad- Â·flnce was erased by Ihe slock narket Wednesday as volume wmdlcd to the lightest ui nearly hreo months. The market's initial rise was a ollow-lhrough from Tuesday's (Â·clinical rebound but prices grad- ally turned irregular. Selling ear the close put the Lst definite- in the downside. Volume of only 1,870,000 shares ompared with 2,000,000 Tuesday nd was the smallest since April AircrafLs rallied lale in the. day n news lhat a S6nate appropria' ons subcommittee voted to re- lore about a billion dollars ot tlio '/t billion cut by the House from iie armed forces budget. But Iheir fins were trimmed and In some cases cancelled by the close. American Telephone, heavily traded, equaled Its low iai Ihe year before recovering partially. The Associated Press averngi of 60 stocks declined 60 cents I 5181.00 wilh the industrials down 60 cents, the rails down 30 cent and the utilities down 30 cents. Ot 1,162 Issues traded, decline outnumbered advances by 508 421. There were 69 new 1957 loi and 21 new highs. which marble was shipped all over the United Slates. At one time there were narrow gage spurs leading off from the broad gage line which served coal mlnr-s of the area. John Osgood of Colorado Fuel Iron fame was lhe developer of lhe region. ' : General Sets Aside Marine's Conviction CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. wC MaJ. Geir. Reginald H, Ridgely Jr. Vodncsday set aside the convit on ot Marine, Pvt. Peter H, reen, who was tried by court- larlial for refusing to accept l ifle. i Pvt. Green has now bacn as- igned to non-combatant duty tending a final decision on his status as a conscientious objector: falling Timber Kills- Sa/iy Girl af Thornton GLENWOOD SPRINGS (ffi -- A national figure In the coal mining industry predicted Wednesday that "for two good reasons good times re inevjtably ahead" for Rocky Mountain coal industry. . d w a r d G Fox. president of the WASHINGTON' M? _ Secretary i . w o x . p r e s e n f Agriculture Benson left Wednes-I?'.^ 1 ? 0118 , Coal ,?P" aL Â°, r5 ay for an inspection tour of na- onal forests and watershed de- elopment projects in the West. . , , , Â° ld ^legates to th- Rocky Moun- 'Â» a ' "Rocky Mountain" some day will expects lo be away from his ffice here Ihe greater parl o[ lhe next two monlns. Thr secretary was accompanied / members of his family who planned to go to Salt Lake Cily for a visit after slopping with him ! " s for inspection tours at Grand jjl";. Junction. Colo., Thursday a n d ) Scowflake, Ariz. become as much a synonym /or as is "Appalach- Goodwiil President Reelected in Denver DENVER W - Richard Nelson "f hesilale. lo predict just when e Rocky .Mountain car will the induslry's streamliner headed for a ;rous fulure," Fox said, for two good reasons good limes are inevitably ahead. "Western population, percentage, is increasing faster than any nlhcr area in the United Slates, -avc only lhe west cossl. By I960 I the Rocky M o u n t a i n region will ( h a v e 6,739,000 people. "New people need energy, Thrv of San Diego, Calif., was rnnom'i- i a ' so need manufactured goods and dated without opposition Wcdncs-1 ["^ 8 Â°Â° rd ' m turn nccd energy, day as president jf Goodwill In- tnc . r S/ for a fTM 31 *" 1 " eeds duslries. concluding ils b i a n n u a l i"? 1 - S " on " or later Rocky Moun] Delegate Assemhlv here. l a l n ml! ?llare '" lhe f TM k nf lms 1 Nelson has finished a f o u r v o a r 'lcnÂ«nd. Over an eren longer haul term. He .vas nominated to a l w o - , l h e n Â° ck - v M?untains' great reserves arc going lo become one |of the principal sources of the na- lion's year term Ihis time. THORNTON Wl - A heavy plank ossed from a roof Wednesday fa- ally injured Sheryl Ann Denuji, car-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. alph Denuzi. The child died of a skull frac- re a few minutes after she was dmilled to St. Luke's Hospital Dfenver. . Her H-year-oid -uncle, Anthony done, and an older brother were work tearing boards from a ction of the roof of Iheir home. Anthony said he shouted a warning and looked, seeing no one, before dropping Ihe plank. Mrs. lola Boone said her grandchild apparenlly had crawled out of the house while she went to another room briefly. Chicago has more than 200 miles of wide boulevards, most noted being the one along Lake Michigan. | HOW SHOWING "ROCK PRETTY BABY" with fial MIneo and Johnrty Saxon "GABY" with Leslie Caron and John Kerr Also a Color Cartoon =TONIGHT DON'T KNOCK THE ROOK BIN Haley, Alan Dale, Alan Freed PLUS HUMBLE ON THE ROCKS Teen-age Gang War Introducing James Laraen Gateg Open 6M5, Show at 8 Equipped with Stereophonic Sound DRIVE IN Highway 34 Across from Country Club Attend The ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION'S FINEST HORSE SHOW IN GREELEY JUNE 29 and 30 General Admission-- il. 00 Reserved Seats-- $1.50 Box Seats -- S2.50 Evening Show, Both NIJMs, 8 P.M. Junior 6h4w, Junt 30, Tickets Available at Greeley Chamher of Commerce P.O. Box 500, Qreeley, Colo. Plene encloie a lelf-lddretsed Â· nd titimped envelope for malt orderi. energy. To avoid risk of a t t a c k s by hostile tribesmen ui India's Naga Hills, (rains are being run only in riaj-timc betwppn snme points in Lowrr A s s a m , Gauhali rcporls. The Gamfield Hotel's Crystal Dining Room --Alr-condltioncd-- THURSDAY'S SPECIAL 5:30-3:30 p.m. AN 8 COURSE DINNER-T H E CAMFIELD'S P A M O U 8 RED HOT BIG S I Z Z L I N G STEAK--RED HOT PLATTER. Special $1.75 SMORGASBORD FRIDAY OUR SPECIAL $2.00 50e to p.m. COLOR by DE LUXE CINEMASCOPE 2Oth CBrhiry-FOK -1 P A I B O O N E - ' l E R R Y MOORE V- . J Ml GAYNONintl JACGER . **Â·Â·,, Â·-Â·Â·'.Â·Â·Â·* COLORADO Relax In cSjpl Comjfort!
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