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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                A musical critic sajrf the saxophone like tKa human Thats gun In propaganda lot doctors THE GREEUBY REPUBLICAJN XXII MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO AUGUST AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1I7U Matrix Hurt Cleveland ir Spectacle Heath Recovers Consciou after Operation Airplane into Factory in Prac Special Associated Und Mary I noted Irish recovered after an last night fpr a lid other injuries yes when she crashed li her the root of illlty ot present for after suc jm fa In danger to at I at the showed lenient Immediately alter the on was however r chances complete ported good provided she No dangerjof or blindness was C Cutler of Reserve a brain specialist I the assisted by Lady Mary was the ng room more three AssociatedEress of liundreds of airplanes over tal airport during all days of lonal air there 9 first accident Lady Mary famous British in Sal condition tonight ina hbs I Heath has a fractured injuries and many cuts and jpanled by Jrwln a fed the aviatrix was deadstick landing in prep Sto enter jsuch a contest today jational air Burled In Factory turned LadyHeath iting the plane in glide j company factory id to With motor Continued on 12 Shocks Picture Offering toPose Associated Press dr CpU LindbBrfeh has the newspaper photo He observai fill j tthem at the national walking the f dusty field and asking a it lie a ied to pose yesterday bufI I Im If you make the pictures go lumbfounded cameramen re grabbed their bags and made s the field after climbing over1 getting idbergh posed before Plane before taking the air to Itae spectators aaleader of a patlon of thefamous Greeley Merchants Make Up Extensive Prize List for Competition of Northern Colorado Bathing Beauties i Bathing of all exqoptionally attractive young will parade before one of the largest anticipated crowds the season at Seeleys Lake Local merchants have glyen a number of prizes which wilt be award ed to the winners Sunday Judges are Henderson of the Hen deraon Barber shop Goaterot the Novelty Shoe and Ed Spelt er the and Girls entered the contest are Juanfta Leoha Gladys Ethel Katherine Dorothy Lucille Esther Helen W Leah Bather and Conference on Close of Rail Crossing Held an tp prevent the Union Pacifics announced move to close a crossing over its tracks twoand one fourth milea east of County commlsalonera were in Kersey Friday morning cohterlng Mr Hankin the Public Utilities cpmmla sionand a Union Paplftc It is held that the crossing in ques tion is used by school bus mall car in covering regular routes of traveland least one farmer would oe greatly by the The Union Pacific holds that resi dents of the section have failed to an agreement by which the cross would be made a private The is building an undercrosslng in the Men Shot Safely from Sub by New Invention Associated Press New Twentysix officersantfblue jackets came but of the afterhatch of the submarine S4 this mprn ing and shot tosafety thruthe watersof the Thames river with use of the navys hew the in the first Instruction class working underactual conditions at the submarine Lletttenant inventor of the and one or two others had previously used the apparatus iwith at and then at the submarine A practiced with thelung the swimming pool of the lojjal but today marked the first series of from a submerged submarine of an entireclass of offic ers and sailors under actual condi Reform of States CririiiB Defense Is Urged by Van Gise Alogicalplea forreform of the states defense with a atate constabulary the vital facr tor the scheme was presented tp the Thursday noonat the F hall by Philip Van former district of Van Cise showed the helpless ness of the present county organiza tion against mpderfl criminals as il lustrated by the getaway made by the Lamar There is no unifi county thru no centralization of author to hire the ablest Roads at Farmers Spur Yard and the British machinery for high way solving apprehending ciim Lila Among the prizes which the first place winnerofthe re ceive are a allver trophy from See leya a bottle 61 perfiime ffom the Drug company a Jantfau bathing suit from the McArthiir Hard ware company a pair of allk hbae from a bon bon dish from the Economy store a Colleen Moore perfume aet from Wisemans Drugcompany a boudoir iron the White electric face Drug company bath GilbertBiahop drug Company dance Meyer store choice from Munsell NuWay company Mun sihg wear from Simpson Easterday silk chiffon hose from Penney store and Gotham gold stripe hose from the Greeley Dry Goods The girl judged second will receive a bathing suit from the Greeley Amusement Park swimming pool a pair of hosefrom the Vanity A bathing suit from the Mann Sporting Goods company will be given to the winner of the third and a pair of hose from the Hlbbs Cloth Ing Ten pounds of candy from the War hoco ballroom will be divided between the last five The girl wearing most unique suit is to receive curling Iron from the Home Gas and Electric company and a pair pf silk teds from the Harris Frock Air Collision Is Avoided Lihdys Mother Passenger Eckener Is Welcomed by New Yorkers Gerpian Commander of Qraf Zeppelin Flies to Metropolis from Visit ing Hoover Thanking Si New Pros Hugo commander of the world circling dirigible Graf was brought to New York shortly after noon today to be accorded a tumultu ous Aa he landed at the battery in the city tug which brought him the Jersey the nayy dirigible Los Angeles soared Eckener had flown from Wash where he paid lib respects to the president to Lakehurst thia Hewas then brought to New York for the same Soct of recep tion that has been given other At a parade Broad way thru the noonday thousands of office and official wel come at oily Associated Press and sorely In need of Hugo Eck master of the globecircling Graf came to Washington today to express personally to Hoover and high government officials his gratitude for this countrys assist ance in the historic With an air of deepest feeling the Gorman air navigator told the presi dent the flight could not have been achieved without the generous ance which States from the United Pile north threefourths ItotFarmersSpur The flooding was said msed autos to become stuck 1 at this Dlvoreo Suit Filed action has been filed in mrt here by Edna Meter red charging They were married in I in No alimony ill Leaves Jomeon Hudson tor the past three ember of faculty leachera Qree for and untile way tp l in Buffalo to pick up who visiting son and Griffith a large fruit river ana to semewprk this C his resignation the faculty at the lp ird pf trustees at For pfofessidnal and ac withheld for a ellwas one of the most Bsors on the local 5am at the college l and a year e director of w department for Position he advised to lo lms ow while Itf co facts UfH kes tests arid person nn ionce starting the his or her SQueral advisor and advlspri ad education bringin Bolder students tho The experienced prosecutor recom mends the state constabu lary that will have the powers in criminal now given the sheriffs and local officerswith in the and In this scheme the sheriffsoffice would Con sistof civil of Thereby the handicap of ofcooperation between sheriffs and state officers would He advocated the centralizing ot Jail judicial and that hethe constabu This cpnatabulary would be prPperly arinfid and and Wbuld be thoroiy trained In methods of Van Clae proved by citing cases andflgures that the present machln combatting crime is helplessagainkt the criminal using modern Four lawyers Former Judgfi George Asslataht Diatrlbt Tyndal Former bistript Reed and Hubert WaldoHTwere guests ot the club to hear Van Three members thfe Cosmopolitan club that voluntarily served the barbe cut at Island iQrove park tor the Ki wanis club during the district conven tion were also were Gaprge Ernst prepared the meats who the and whose Idea Okey presldeht ptthe Caspy Jones of theSex wfio gave the meat the initial were unable to be present i president of the announced Us due to the fact that lid is moving to Los Hugh Mprilspn expressed the clubs appreciationfor the retiring presi dents services ahd presented him with a past and with a desk Jpe Woolfj arid vice will finish the club year which approximates the calendar another will lbe oh leaveOf ab sence from the A special di rectors and officers meeting will be lieJd Friday evening at oclpck attho office ot uec retary of the col llalon oftwo airplanes at the national air pilot ptone of the planes prefered tocrash the ground tp avoid the Evangeline Lindbergh was an occupant in the plane that She waa coming here to meet hefj Charles The plane that fell was byWIlllam Goas and Howard both of No one Was in the Shortly after accident the plane carrying landed and the mother of the famous flier Just aa she was planningto part from the field her aoh approach ed in a navy plane and greeted Then Llndbergn gave hla mother a helmet and she entered her sofis craft and they took oft tor a Five Nations Sign Young Plan Papers AssoclltedPrai British war office issued orders this afternoon for withdrawal from the be ginning The British evacu ation will be spread ov6r three making it to take the British of the Rhineland by New hot by Tlie and documents recording the agreement of Great and Germany onevacuation of the Rhineiand and financial questions In cident to acceptance ot Youpg reparations plan Were signedat 12 IB today by representatives of those nations The documents registered Of The Hague cppference gov will ready for this the will die Aristide Frencli was at 1 for Several matters will left to fu ture either by another govern ments conference or by individual ac tion of Among these were proposed inter national bank of settlement the repa problem aa it affects the sup to the AustroHungarian em and the final between the former enemies fer private prop President Hoover and other as well as the throngs who crowded the streets and department Eckener received tribr utes of high admiration for the 1 Spirit of Adventure Shown In congratulating the Grafs com mander Hoover aald the ndtewbfthy flight thJ spirit of high adventure still and its has the scientific and abilities of tne German people translated by your own skill ahd the tribute rijald I am ql for tiiegracApusttd Continued on Page 12 WJiltmari Funeral Sunday Greeley 0irl Thrills Resort Town Population as Horse Dashes Down but Escapes Angels Gall One may put on a dash ing vreatern ride down the main street of a popular summer resort end it with a and atlll live to tell the least ijleanor popular did the trick Bates Park Wednesday after And told how it happened Tnursday night as ahe was convales cing at her 1703 Eleventh You want to know how it hap pened answered Misa Hughes when ahe waa queried about the you it waa this she began my horse started run the hill toward the post office at Estea Park and 1 was unable to were several cars in the way oh the main I dodged the a my crashed into the a and I tore the trunk off car with my About time parted company with my mount and joined up the How am I tonight she response to further I have a sprained and a sore and that ia about But tell them to Bend flowers to 1703 Eleventh Bather a surprise to a timid report er who was working under the illusion that the girl had been nearly First reports of the accident to reach Greeley said that Miss Hughes had hurtled thru the any number ot feet and hit squarely on a box or on a running board ot a and that only good fortune would keep her from a long stay a But such is the way with talented Mlas Hughesis tal writes has a turn for and does all those She had spending the summer at Estes Park with her sla Phil Dale of who runs the Aspen shop at the report during the busy She is the daughter of Blanche member of the faculty at Colorado Teachers col Whos Who in Local Business Circles Todd and Henderson Establish Offices vAfter Penney Sale After a lifetimb of the Wallace and Henderson families lnthree dean11 of Weld county will the and the same While yet in the King room was married to Ruth Pierce of Natibniil bank building Because ot the sale of thS east por by PAUL KING Living in this section most of his years Paul proprietor of Paul Kings Is well known by local He was born a farm wesl of and attended Greeley beinggraduated from Greeley high school in During his high school career Mr King was active in school es pecially played four years qt high school football and Was halfback on championship team o While still in King wai learning working pan time in local and it into this business that he went following brpke tinto his and he to Gami 12 months For 11 months he ing moved placato place thruout He was tnedicat dl Funeralservices for Lee Whit Because ot the saleof the east por aii will be the Macy Uon pt erty seaueatered These matters will be handledthru thevarious chanceries as far as possi ble and willbe liquidated finally when the to The Hague conference meet again te ratify the Young plan and complete organization workof the Sidewalk on Tenth Street Cruihed Crushing of the sidewalk at 714 Tenth street by a and thresji Jng or aomethlng oquallySs been reported to The crushed walk was declared to be dan gerous to William Orr Cat Is Found Denver police Thursday reported recovery there of the abandoned William Orr Chevrolet car was stolen from nearthe Nazareno church here man will beheld from the Macy chapel at 3 oclock Sunday Charles TnibPdeau Methodist Eplacopal church will in Interment will take place at Linn Attempt To Serve Writ of Attachment Against Zeppelin Toms undersherlff left for Lakehurst today to a writ of at tachment against the Ger man roundtheworld dirigible involving the sum of After the undersherlff Sheriff Joseph Holman said he doubt ed whether It would 6e possible to as he understood there was some question pf federal property He declined to say who the plaintiff against the Zeppelin Holland Holds that Eddie Ives Is Sane Judge ruled today that Eddie convicted of killing Patrolman Harry is The ruling ot the etfurt meansthat Ives will be at state pehl tentiaiy at Canon City sometime dur Ingthe week of The exact flayand hour will be determined by the at the state 1 AfteiIves had pleaded he he brought the penitentiary to examined as to his Bach pt the four who him reported that sanef With this nouncement Judge B Holland of West Side Distribt court here re fused itp order a Jury trial to deter mine the mental the doomed During the reading Pt the decision cqurt Ives sat his attorneys and muttered and mumbled The mumbling fell in volume as the court finished reading of the The alienists saicj that when they went to examine Ives in his cell hero ile crouched behind the bars and will be return ed to his death cell at Canon is moving across the hall to take up an office next to that pt He will occupy one vacated by McCreery and Waldo wiirbe no partner has occupied offices In the First National bank building since he came to Qreeley 39 years except for two years away He has occupied the same for a quarter Henderson has been In building for 10 Todd has known John Hender sons family for three generations and in three Ohio and Colo Several other office suites in the bank building will be rearranged as a result of the sale to Penney but the new has not yet fully worked CanineLeads Officer to Inebriated Man in Weeds Canine friendliness tbrought Qulnn into the Justice court here Thursday and in a fine of and costs amounting tp four dol lars jnoie being against Qulnn picked apparently by Officer Homer Slmms after tho officer had investigated a patch of weeds toward which the dog had been Simms was making his round at Seventh avenue anil street when he noticed the dog running from the weeds towardhim and back Upon M found Quinn lyihi in the Qulnn has repeatedly been before the court on charges of intoxication according to the If will be worked out at hard lahoij at the rate of per Should Qulnn be unable to pay and refuse to will be placed in solitary confinement on breadand Ask for Administration of Weld County petitions for letters of administra with two TRIBUNES NEW PHONE NUMBERS 3 AND EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTS Want Print Shop Weld county estates with the cotmty court John widower of petitioner ttor the Monroe estate which hilt interest in a farm worth and in a Greejey savings Tjie widow and three sons are the sole all living at The value of the estate of the late Lucy L McKllflp of Nunn Is claimed to Include 1000 worth ot real estate and in A of is the petltibner ahd sole Letter Carriers Meet in California Associated Frew was selected for the next con vention city of the National Associa tion ot Letter and was renamed it was announced at the closing session Grand aTeachers college Their marriage occurred on June The now have two chil Delmar andMary v Returning Kingwas employedfor aboutfive yearsby John Henry and went into bus iness for himself In April of Mr King has beeijsince that time at his present Ninth avenue His formerly the is now generally known as Paul King is prominent in commun ity is a member of Greeley Elks ot the American the Country arid ot the Methodist serving the official board of the church at present League of Nations Council in Meeting Proas fifty sixth session oft council of tlie league of session which always precedes themeetlngjof pf the with Prince AliPeroughi pi Persia It willsit time to time during the assembly anU treat ot Inasmuch as itwas the turn of the Persian delegate preside meeting of the council it will fall to him also to preside at the opening of the assembly on Monday Mohammed All Khan Foroughlwho has been coming to Geneva since Is Persian ambassador at He Is regarded aa one of Persias ablest his He Foroughl is known for strong democratic studied jurisprudence at Temeran ftnlike many pf the more promin ent pt hls fellow1 never studied In He speaks both French and as well as Arabic and other oriental languages ahd is well versed In European Persia was one of the thirteen neu tral states invited to jointhe leagjle under the treaty of Versailles and from the beginning hassent delegates to Anderson Convalescing Carl 6f the Qreeley lire chief and who underwent an operation at a Denver hospital was said by friends today to be Anderson visited her at the hospital Thursday night and drove to Denver to be her again Land Patent It Filed Land patent to Minnie Merrill for 126 acres in section township range located east ot was filed with Weld county clerk The was made in NOTICE TO Greeley City Subscribers If tho oarrler falls to leave your call the office before 7 oclock and one will be brought to PHONE S Many Perish as Passenger Vessel Sinks San Carrying Collides with Oil Tanker off Pigeon Nearby Boats Aid in Rescue Work J San tank er Dodd carrying 31 survivors of wrecked San arrived at Pranclscpbay after today was met by ambu lances anfl Associated Press 1 San figures the number of passengers who aboard the coastwisesteam Juan when sank oft Point sputh here today that 74 reniained unaccounted for and inayhave Qtfleers of tlie Angeles Francisco Navigation own ers ofthe San announced that their latest information showed there were 05 passengers aboard the vessel collided with the Standard tanker Dodd in a thick fpgat The crew of the Sail Juan numbered Associated Proas San 65 persons may have perished early this with thesinking pf the coastwise pass enger vessel San Juan 30 miles south of here were given in radio messages from two rescue vessels four hours The two vessels at that timehad reported rescuing 35 per Juan went down in five after colliding with the Stand ard Oil tanker at mid night oft Pigeon Altho side of the Dodd was stove in ahe lowered her boata and went to the rescue ot the 100 persona who Into the sea as theSan MunamlAlds In ResoiVe Another from her course nearby and aidod the rescue work By 4 was itsway to Sail Frahciicp with 27 of them Badly juieid andin need medical atteri The Munami had taken eight others aboard ahd for those who niay have re after Radio of the rescue Indi that the chances for many of the 65 unaccounted for PSJV were due to the with which the San Juan aank and tho fact darkness and confusion handicapped the regcue 100 on Board Vessel There were about 100 persons aboard the San Juan she left San Francisco last night for An was ah old vessel ot about was operated by tho Los Angeles and San Francisco Navigation and teatured low rates for travel between two California She a crew of 45 and 65 most of the lafc ter being Survivors aboard the Dodd said they saw Captain Adolph Asplund go dpwnwith his A heavy hung over the Pigeon yesterday Cries of pierced the darkness as the Radio messages the sinking said passehgers and crew were hurled into a wreckagestrewn Lights the Dodd and the surfacaof the aiding crews small Thick log hampered their Dodd Not Badly Hurt The Dodd at first was reported to have beeli in a sinking but later wireless reports said she was not damaged be In danger and thatmembers of crew had taken to lifeboats todo rescue Instead ot abandon the oil as waV originally TheDodd is a vessel of about Ralph radio atpr of the San up by reported that the liaion occurred he He sprang fromhis ran to the deck f beneath the surface was hurled into the Hillsman lifeboats been launched from the San Two coast guard the Shaw nee the Went of the wreck trom San Francisco while preparations got Under way fiere to receive the injured from the oil Ambulances were sent to tho pier at which the Dodd was expected to Famous Explorer Weds Actress from Australia George Hu bert famous and Suzanne married here quietly today be lore Justice of the Peace Myron G The explorer gave his age as 40 and the bride gave hers as Altho the engagement of the couple was announced about a year the suddenness ot the wedding today came as a surprise to friends Captain Wllkins and Miss Bennett were Unattended and tvro employees a the Justice Pentys office pressed Into service as   

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