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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                HOT Perhaps abundant Bourcoi maka poopla but tho nioBQultn family Isnt nffooted that MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1870 Medical nvention Is o Meet Here L Open to Public Local Imittees Plan Numerous Womens Auxiliary f Meets Films Part of convention ot the Colorado ledleal society of next with attending thruout the program is B not only of papers and dls tor the meeting ot Inment for the All ses In be open to the In 0 the medical society i Mislllary convention will llflhe fiftyninth annual moet Ihfl It isto extend thru I ys in the Lit iater of In ad lo the Ilouse of corn It the otficlal representatives of ffious county there inumerous physicians in atteud Beetino 6f Public Interest of the papers which have been A tor this meeting will some but a great many iteat popular Among till be the Tnsr on Action of the lie Tubercle Bacillus in by Florence Sabin laboratories of the Rockefeller Je for Medical New Bhe paper isa part of a for ive research on n Is an outstanding figure ulcal The discussion is program for Tuesday by Harry 111its Place in the Modern Di lif Sinus Since ioiible Is moreor less llect will be of much Jineth Allen and Harry to open the This a part ot the Wednesday 1 Finding the About Blosis In which will Ehiory time Itae by the Eighth aulh appointment by the gover 1 to study the tuber and to pport and I ffilnr Wednesday Harvey on Wednesday af 1 prepared by Lewis and Dale of held Moyal College of Physicians All the experiments by discovered the clrcula blood are This is by Gerald B Diagnosis Treatment J Tick illustrated jjtern by Beck Re pathological department of of Colorado Consider has been made of this dls J the findings of the investi be TMs is part mornings Food or asth Iba a highlight pf Thursday af Iwhen Professor Charles Rich is Is on the This interest to the Jlltlon to these be numerous Cantl Cancer Picture jf the features of the conven Iram Is the showing on Thurs at 8 oclock of a film by Iraki Canti of Bartholo London In connection Cancer Research In It was secured from the Unl it extension divis is to be most and is expected to occupy moat Interesting of the brd lection with a F exhibits wljl I of which John another a general Madler be and also some commer ICounty Meeting Tonight County Medical hold their last ore the opening of the ses Jirsday evening at the Gree line the Colorado latlon will hold Its 1929 at he administration L so that mem IrSJS to both organizations The meeting is on Thurs at Committee ofArrangements are hard at the convention and ar Pays Fines on Double Charge in Court George farmer living west ot paid fines and costs totaling after his trial before Police Judge Adams Wednesday on charges of taking tho right of way from another vehicle and failure to stop after an The trial grew out of an accident occurlng on 23 when Lawrence was riding a suf fered Injuries when the Sclmeidor car struck his Areta paid and on a charge of sprinkling out of National Air Races Attraet Fans most im posing array of ever as sembled participated here today in a mighty of the a kaleido scopic succession of aerial events of a combined magnitude and daring never before More than air minded per sons attending the national air cheered themselves hoarse at tjhe ar rival of the navy dirigible Los An and the maneuvers of three baby gliders and hundreds of The Los Angeles was moored at a special mast hero and is to follow its big sister tho Graf Zeppelin to tomor Refuelled The leading events tho day be gan with the refueling of tho endur plane piloted by Cap on page 18 Plans for Junior Fair Show Great Variey of and Other Contests Virtually completed plans made Wednesday night for Wold countys first annual Junior Fair proved that this fair bo an oven greater ovent than most the county fairs that have been held hero In the More than 300 will be awarded insports events alone and more than for yet the fair will cost the taxpayers of Weld county less than 15 cents for every of It was declared by county commissioners who urging support of the event to be held at the Grooley fair JO and Much Sport Competition Members of the committee de cided to crowd every of avail Editor of Tribune Resigns to Enter on Coast By Chariot for nearly J4 years itor of The has resigned his position to go Los Natural Laws Stand Despite Says Local Rotarian Declaring the golden rule wont work and has no more effect upon it than does a state legislature passing a measure making Newtons law of grav nil and void effect that prin stated manager ot the Greeley Gas and in addressing the local Rotary club Wed1 nesday Effortsto move recognized nrfnclples cannot change for any the speaker The regardles of how much the human tries lo overcome r Clflaret Ads Attack Cigaret companies are the most fla grant violators of advertising ethics of any Ingle said referring to endorsements from promlent indi viduals as used by the companies to on pageZ l local l as le oca include the following doc using on page 5 British Air Woman Hurt in Crash Mary ore today in the thru the root of Airplane Contrasts with Dirigible in Public Exhibition Associated Press The first pub lic demonstration of airplane hook ing onto a dirigible was before a crowd of at the national air races here Jate today when of the made contact with the dirigible Los the plane was hanging from the dirigible amember of the Los An geles crew was transferred to the plane and rode away with it the contact was Navy offi cials said this was first time a man had ever transferred from a dirigible to an Lieutenant Gordon made four at tempts before he successfully hooked his plane onto a ladder let down from the under side of the Los He remained attached to the huge airship at 1500 Jeet altitude for about 15 mln Graf Was Awaited by Many Watchers Associated Press Graf Zeppe lin appeared over the municipal air port here at tonight circled low over the flying slow Naval Air Naval official awaited the arrival of the wrqld circling Graf Zeppelin here tonight estimated that the giant aircraft would reach here between 6 and 7 T They emphasized that the estimate was based upon data available at the Continued on page 16 BASEBALL American Heague Cleveland Chicago Boston Philadelphia New York Washington New National League New Tork Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston Chicago Pittsburgh NOTICE TO Greeley City Subscribers If the carrier falls to leave your call the office liefore 7 oclock and one will be brought to PHONE 5 Angeles to enter business with his father and who for several years havo been conducting a com munity newspaper and printing busi ness In the coast Whilo for many years Merrill has been devoting his time to the ed itorial end of the he had experience In the typographical part of the work In Els fathers news paper and printing plant at During his student days that followed at the University ot Boulder he did the college reporting fpr the former Boul der Morning News and later general After his college Merrill came to Greeley in and shortly pfter this became night editor of the Within a year there was vacancy and lie was advanced to the position ot which position he has occupied except for his period of service during tho world After the United States entered the Merrill enlisted In tlie nayal aviation service and for a was located at the San naval air statlqn base as instructor in the principles of Later he was transferred to the Great Lakes naval station near in the same ca Wiien he was honorably dis charged he returned to his position as editor Slice 1920he has been the Tribunes editorial Since the war Merrill has taken a keen interest in aeronautics of has also been much Inter ested1 in the drama other In his keen criti cisms of amateur dramatics have done muck to raise of both high and college plays lie lias also had influence In social and mu nicipal affairs of Merrill is at present president of the local Klwanls club which rec ently entertained the ColoradoWyom ingconvention here a recordbreak ing He resigned at the noon luncheon Thursday and received his past presidents Merrill and their two sons will remain in Greeley for a short time to close up somebusiness while hurries to the coast to help in thefall rush of Miss Elizabeth Wilsonwill take over much of Merrills work for the Miss Wilson her eighth year with the Tribune in Sep She is a graduate of Groe ley high school and State Teachers During Miss Wilsons seven years with the Tribune she has done prac tically everything connectioh with news and editorial In recent years she has been taught in this office everything possible to qualify her definitely for the position as assistant Miss Wilson be gan as reporter writing the Junior and worked during two years in high school ani four in Teachers She later was so ciety Then she wrote college news and did general report iliss has gotten out the evening edition of the Tribune on oc and lor four months she was editor of the morning being in full charge during the night She has in rush times done considerable ot the day She Is thoroly fa miliar with editorial She has written public court and police and even f Boys Band Program at East Side Park on Thursday at Greeley Boys directed by Ron ald will give a concert to at in the Bast Side The program is as tollows Post Man Scenes from Operaland Valse Oriental Serenade Trumpet Solo Louise Sousa slays King Wilson Fredling Robin Wedding of the Painted Doll Brown I Get the Blues When It Rains Klauber Sons of the March Be Forest Cllne CHICAGO Wheat March May Corn Sept March May Oats March May KANSAS CITY Wheat Sept May Corn Sept May Oats 2 able time with foature all of which Weld county boys and not over years may There will bo no events Tor or professional tal This factor will ba closely watched in relation to every but especially asto the pony races of which Robert Hanna will have charge The ponies from professional rac ing stables or which are in any way known to be kepi for racing purposes Will be regardless by whom entered or by what boy or girl they are Those in charge of the fair are taking this precaution in order to every boy and girl own er of a pony a chance at the In prize money which will be distributed for this To Against Professionalism To protect hoys and girls from bo Ing barred from college or high school athletics because of alleged fair directors made certain that all prizes for athletic con tests will be In the form of certificates of instead of Groeley schools will bo closed on thesecond day of the fair to allow for attendance and all sports events Continued on page 13 Mumper Asks Dismissal of Penney Suit pf the injunction filed by Mumper against First National and CoTamrffie city of Greoley to prevent closing of the alley just south of feighth street and of tho First National bank has been effected and mo tion by the plaintiff for dismissal of the suit At the same Myra Graham has put oh record a warranty deed for part ot lot 12 located east of the alley and a quit claim deed for the east half of the north end of this alley In favor of Penney The First Na tional bank has filed similar deeds conveying parts of lot 1G and 17 block and thewest halt of the north end of tho alley next to Eighth street to Penney The citys ordinance vacating that portion of the alley to which tho quit claim deeds give Penney com pany has also been filed with the Weld county In the motion for dismissal filed by Mumpers it Is that the case be dismissed with preju dice and with costs assessed to the Terms of the settlement were not made Mumper had opposed the city in its move to vacate the alley for some time and had filed suit to enjoin the action or to recover damages shortly after passage of the vacation ordin The city was paid for making the Gas Believed Not To Have Caused Garage Explosion In order to correct any mlslmpres slon which may have been gained by the public in regard to the cause of the explosion at the Weld County garage Tuesday two persons were Interviewed Thursday In this re No evidence has been found that illuminating gas may have been the in the evidence points out that this was not the Rela tive to the condition Larry manager ot tho Weld County said We dont think that gas was the cause of the We have found no evidence that there was a leak in a gas main or that there was any illuminating gas In the basement either before or after the Ruth Elder Manleu Curnp AjsocUUd Now president of Inspiration Pictures and Ruth tiler and motion picture were married at noon today In the municipal chapol by Citj Clerk Michael World Hop of Zeppelin at Lakehurst Big Dirigible in Air Less Than 12 Days on Trip Commander of First Round the World Dirigible Flight at Lakehurst on Early Thursday HUGO ECKENER OF THE GRAF ZEPPELIN Henderson Returns from Visit to Europe with Delegation of American Attorneys The last or the original Greoley party ot five persons to return homo from England and countries on tho continent after attending a convention in Lon don of MidWest LawyersOnToLondon John Henderson and his Grace arriyed In Greoley Tuesday Other members pf tho delegation including Kelly and and Opdyko had already re turned Henderson and Allon had Mftlv T iHln flllf rMdilli spent twb mouths arriving XJttllU back iri Montreal August They Prrtf Adf spent sonio time attor leftrine ft0 JLflaWo JTrOlcSil llUlll London in Italy and and on AlSiO 10 the return trip visited Scotland and Exchange Views With English Henderson found tho convention in which the midwest lawyers met with the British bar highly instructive Continued on page 16 Shuttle Is Forced Struck by Can in Refueling trans continental mail piano Shuttle was forced down when struck a 5gallon can of oil during a refueling contact hero late last night while on a return flight from York in an attempt to establish a record for sustained and lineardistance Captain Ira immed iately made an effort to secure per mission to reattempt the he said and expected toitake of Plato today or tomorrow if the second flight is The plane was undamaged in land and neither Eaker nor his Bernard was in Eakersaid early today that ho brought the plane down under the im pression that an olUHno had broken when the ripped in the fall from the refueling began spurting oil into the Tho Shuttle arrived over the Cleve land airport shortly before and Newton refuel ing first began lowering Two of four cans had been aboard the and the third was being lowered when the fourth can slipped through the opening In the fuselage of the refueling It struck the center section of Shuttles top broke a sparand landed on tho fuselage just forward of the The wing was not damaged Eaker The carrying mail from Oak to New was making the fifth contact of the flight when the accident The fn which the United Statea postofflce depart ment and army officials was made to determine the feasibility of long distance flights with mall by Mose plumber who turned the Boeing Aircraft Officers Investigate off the water and gas taps in the basement following the said 1 could not discern any illuminat ing gas TRIBUNES NEW PHONE NUMBERS 3 AND EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTS Want Print Shop Reported Kidnaping Kidnaping of a20 year old Mexican Frances by a Mexican whose first name was given to police as Clapos and whoso surname was not had not been solved by officers Paul living four miles west of to Greeloy and county officers Thursday morning that Miss Ortez had been kidnaped by the Mexican whoso he Is 29 years Officers could glean little from Fronby except that the girl was wearing a red Fronbys rela tion to the girl was not against tho British policy in Jerusalem by Knslm president of tho Arab Executive in were present ed to Premier and other members of the cabinet the which was sent to tho National League in declared Bloodshed In Palestine clearly ex presses the policy applied hero for ton years is dangerous to all con The Arabs after the Great Wqr lost ill political rights and wit nessed Jewish rifraffs intro duced from all parts to their country to build a nonexistent nationality over tho ruins of tlielr own through tho Balfour Tho government may keep order by the Introduction of naval and mili tary forces but the Arab Executive bo lleves that everlasting order and poaco will be impossible until tho just na demands ot the Arabs for estab lishment of a democratic administra tion and the abolition of the Baltour declaration are positively Lee Whitman Dies at Hospital Ruth wife ot Lee died at Lukes hospital In Denver Wednesday Whitman was 25 years of She is survived by her two daugh Patricia age and Sarafi age 13 months her Thomas and a Gilbert Buchanan ofSalt Lake Whitman was formerly Miss Ruth She had been mar ried five and at the time ot her death was a residentof Whitman graduated from Greeley with the class of afterward attending Teachers College for two She was a member of the SigmaUpsilon sorority at the college while attending She was born but was reared in her parents coming here while she was very Funeral services will be at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon from tho Macy Boy Dies in Sterling after New Raymer Spill Associated Press injured when a truck over turned near New Mon day died at a hospital hero to Perry was a member of a party of tori boys who went to tho homo ot and William north csat of New for a The truck in which they were driven by Ray struck loose dirt at a corner and rolled over Sam who sustained fractures ot the is recovering at a hos pital Joe a cousin of suffered fractures ot ribs and Another member of the party sustained a broken of mother of was expected to nr jcrmiin Air Liner Lands at 21 Bays after Leav ing Station WiU Not Return with Zcp to Giermany But Will Visit Here Short CHAPLAIN AMOolnted Prett Stuff Nnvtil Air Iho loop around tho world in one of Iho greatest ex ploits ot flying tho Gorman settled to earth this morning just 21 seven hours aml 83 niliiiitcs after loavlrii on her mllo flying on ground at Fried Tokyo and Los tho pnly three stoys tiiat wore was 11 23 hours and both elapsed time breaking all previous Tho last leg ot tho flight from LOB was completed hi 01 and fig The previous record for olapsod tlmo around tho world was mado last year by John Hoiiry and who used planes over land and ships across the Atlantic and Their time was 23 15 hours 21 PrevloUs Flight In 1824 The only previous flight around Ihp world In any sort otalr crnft was ihmdo 1924 by tho United States army They took 176 clays to got ot whloh days mid hours was spent actually in tho The woatlior was perfect as Iho Graf reached the end of the first flight around of a lighter thanalr A warm morning sun shoiioon tho great bags silvery sldoo as It floated in from tho north aftor a visit to Lazily It circled over the a crowd of some persons raciiie along tho ground lo bo clone at tho and pointed none The ship overshot the landing crow of sallorx arid nmrlnoB nml they imd o scamper across thq field after the dragging ropes which were low ground at 7 Once thoy hold of them the operation of low ering dirigible to the ground was performed with export As tho Graf was being hauled down iCommandor Huga its vet eran waved from a cabin window and Commander Charles who made tho onllre world loaned out beside him to wave a gray scarf to the crowd Crowd Handled Easily Tho crowd was handled without any trouble by well drilled sailors and marines and the whole scono was one of complete lack of Sev eral dogs romped about tho field us tho ship wits coming down and thoro waff an air of casualness about tho entire procedure of AS the ship touched the ground William one of tho Ameri cans to the world ap peared at the opon cabin door and bockonod a bill to a Aftor several futile attempts the boy managedto duckthru tho delivered his papor and came grinning back with the Tho landing was made at and at it was safely berthed in tho empty because of the navy Los Angeles absence at tho air races at Cleveland but for two baby blimps pushed over against tho north wall ot tho great arched Ship Inspected In Hangar Tho passengers wore kept in tho cabin of the ship until after it was taken into the hangar and were then removed for customsand Immigration supplementary to that mado at Los A special train was waiting on a siding to take them to New York as noon as this formality had been Tho Qraf left Lakehurat on Its great adventure at mak ing tho miles to Frledrlchshafen lit 55 hours and 24 After a four day layover for rofueliug It flew to In hours and 50 being hold there five days by tho necessity of refueling and ago clone to the roar motor gondola in taking the ship from tho Tokyo to In 78 Houra Tho miles from Tokyo to Ixw Angeles was covered in 78 hours and 58 minutes and the last which was completed was begun with less than a full day spent In In getting away from Los Angelos tho Graf had difficulty In gaining alti tude and even after dumping out canned gods to lighten Its load It dragged its tail over somo high ton Blon wires which luckily did not Ignite the millions of cubic feet ot exploslva hydrogen gas in tho great After tho ship was berthed today It could that tho wires hail crumpled the under edgo of the rUd der but there wore no signs ot tiny It was this sort of same acci dent some years ago that caused tho explosion ot the dirigible Shortly after the ship was borthoil Eckener Trent to tho press room in tho hangar whoro ho was chooroil by tho moro taaii 100 reporters iis signed to the final net ot tho world As ho was talking to thorn rumors flow thick aild fast hbout tun Ono was that tho rudder was go bad ly damaged that It would take two Continued au   

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