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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                rEATHEE lorado Partly tonfght and sdayi slightly too IB t In eat and e x lortU HO ONB The modern veratoi flagpole Sitter the jtollow who flies la a olrclq lor a weoIf without THE GBEELEY REPUBLICAN E 33 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRfBUNE ESTABLISHED 1870 Laughlin Files Suit for Estate int Is Aftermath of Cy n Johnstown Last June ls Graham Defendant by His Uncle aged Johns charges that he wasln slgn away MS share In the his the late Johnstown cyclone vlc lleged and deceit prac n him by his Thorn In a complaint filed In let court here Tuesday by a wllliani Scpfleld and counsel for Me mplalnt which is addressed iraham and against Michael Im asks the c6urb to set uit sighed by the and to award a money set It also asks a body judg mst The shit dbes e fraud against Michael Me but states that lie is named because he has juin with plaintiff in his ack plaint Follows Cyclone mplalnt Is an aftermath of nstown cyclone June ch caused three deaths and a large amount of prop whose home miles south of Johnstown ttle in the heart yclone areaj was Instantly the ifid without having a Pve and sisters elrs it law James McLaugh mel Nellie Edward Murray and irgaret All these re aunts or uncles Graham was agreed ujjon strator the ly to was induced m to go to the bf f Johnstown what a quit cjainvtq his share Isters so he dpal propertyof the estate 160 acre Irrigated farm iral Tourists Marooned North of Here Still in Difficulty A number of tourists return Ing from Yellowstone park via the Jackson Hole country and Rock Springs are still marooned north of Rock Springs by the recent Dtorm As far as can be learned there was no of Fortynine motorists were cared for at the VV ranch house In Hoback canon when cars became stalled Motorists working their way out of the Jacksoh Hole country are bunched together In cpnslderable caravans for safety and for mutual aid In extricating each other from mud and Wyss is a realtor alntlff alleges that Graham it was necessary to pay off I less before the estate could ited and that the must quit claim to facilitate the if liquidation and division of Not In Good Condition alntlff alleges that he was nervous and in a distracted he that his had been aggravated by the ind that he was not in con transact He al ln had implicit confidence with whom he was resid The complaint al James McLaughlin was un caii the document and that ss by pencil mark showed i to Sraham Took Advantag Plaint alleges that Graham consideration for the quit d but took advantage of the condition of his uncle to 0 deprive him ofhis share The plaintiff alleges her heirs have quit claimed B to the estate to 1 tliat Graham is4 In posses e estate and claims to be live owner Wlaint finally asks that the ns far as James McLaugh rerned be cancelled set that Graham be compelled for the property and earn 3 It asks that Gra immitted to jail if he falls o orders of court the Speed Record of 355 Miles per Hour Set Associated Press a blue and silver seaplane like a jock ey on a thoroughbred Squadron Leader captain of the British Schneider cup today raced down a marked course pf three kilometers here to break all the speed Records in the world and set a new mark of 355 miles an Clocked by a new timing the results of which were announced more three hours after the actual Orlebars average for four con dashes overthe course on Southampton water was miles an hour or miles an hour better than thenew worldrecord established Saturday by flying Atcherley In the Schneider cup race Flight Lieutenant who preceded Orlebar with a Gloster Napler also bettered Atcherleys record with a mark of miles an nment Leaders uistralia May to Resign Press f Boverunient bt Premier puffered defeat by vote Kn stage of a push federal arbitration In Ijw stated that government Answering their nt be forced to lament to postpone the op Hie arbitration abolition to the electors votes to I adjourn to consider the hl8 supporters but dis Parliament is expected to al members of the ria voted against the Australian federal par V elections for the in The 111 tnm country Wondents Tho labor 8lnsl8 Decrease in Corn and Wheat Seen in Federal Estimate 1929 corn crop was forecasf te4ay by the department of the basis 000 bushels compared with bushels Indicated last month bushels harvested Indicated production of spring wheat was bushels of Dur ham bushels of other spring wheat compared with 000 and Indicated last month and and bushels harvested last The condition of the corn crop was placed at percent of normal com pared with per cent on last year per cent last The condition of the various crops on 1 was as follows Durham per cent other wheat 584 oats barley sweet potatoes sugar beets Teachers College Student Dies Suddenly in Chicago Following an emergency Betty 22 years formerDenver died Sunday In Her John a was in Grand Junction Sat urday night when he received a tele gram telling of his daughters ser ious He started immediately for but on Denver he a telegram at his 1275 Pearl Informing him she was Miss Klrtlana was graduated from East high school and attended the State Teachers college for three Miss was a member of Delta Phi Omega sorority when she attended Teachers She was In school here during the years be Confidential File Used by Arms Parley Senate Asks Investigation and Big Interests Disclaim Connec tion with Case Shearer Will Take Material to Washington AjaocUted Preis Hoover saidtoday the use of propa ganda to the administration naval limitation program ob viously to require a sift ing of thematter to thebottom His view was disclosed at the time as the senate naval committeevoted to Investigateactivities of siVmerlcan ship building corporations in connec tloh naval The inquiry was decided onafter Sen ator regarded the work done by William self styled big navy at the Geneva as amounting to a criminal conspiracyagainst the Interests of the people of United States and the AssoclatedPress letter from president of the Steel made public at the white house said the company had severed connections with William Shearer as soon as It iad determined that was apropa The addressed to President Hooverwas In response to a state ment chief executive could not believedirectors of ship uildlng corporationshad adirect part in Shearersactivities but that their statement of the case was Shearer was employed by the Beth Steel Grapes er to act as an observer at the 3eneya disarmament conference for a of Bethlehemwas1 o pay a The communication added that as Charles and Grace ascertained that Shearer lad for years been an active prppa andist regarding dlicies the connection was ginning In September 1926 and and a part of the year 1926 She was an art major and a member of the art club at the She also served as PanHellenic represen tative for her sorority one year and was rush captain one th remier Bruce gov eral parliament thru e nationalists and I t UIIUUUUBIS I 10 tho country Health Department Open at Junior lair and adults visiting the health the 4H club building at the Junior may learn their correct weight froin uio Red Cross nurses whb are in Posters illustrating the Ideals and of Junior Rod Crdss are hung In the health Agroup of little health dolls Is of interest each carries a poster telling the bene fits of such foods as milk milk and creamed soup and LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS 1 Wheat Barley Oatsu New the service of the sent anbnyrAouSly roni thesburce the press Geneva Arms limitation conferences In 1926 William big navy advocate Shearer said he expected to go to tomorrownight to appear before the senate naval affairs com mittee which meets con sider Senator Borahssuggestion that investigate Shearers activities at Senator Borahs suggestion was followed by President Hoovers request for an by at torney I shall take that file with me to show to the he Shearer also said that his actlvltie at Geneva both in 1926 and wer confined exclusive to the an that he had no dealings whatsoeve with any participants in the confer Interested In Figures and Facts I never met any of the participant as a lobbyist or tried to influenc he was not direct ly Interested in what they were What I went over was to see tha the figures and facts got Into the pa The navy he contained figures and other data to show the comparative strength all the navies in the world and the con dltion and heeds of tlie Was it a secret file he was asked Not exactly he re but certainly In large navy stamped and marked navy off clal business the file was to at the Hotel New Yprk he justbefbre he Europe to attend the Geneva He said he did not know who sent Denies Being Barred from England Shearer made his statements after denying he had ever in any public statement given as the sources of his information four American He also today a news dis patch quoting several London news papers as saying he had been barred from Great Britain an undesirable According to the London dis patches he applied for a visa to visit the was and then ap pealed In to Prime Minister Mac I have even applied for a pass alone applying for a British lie Attended Own Expense who is head of a marine tuel and paint said he at tended the 1926Geneva conference at tits own simply because he was Interested in seeing our own navy get a When ho went back in he he was on the payroll of the three big henow Is suing for more tlian In salafyV Hoover Asks Investigation I was oji their but I was riot taut Job le Shearers suit here against the New port the American BrownBbverl JJlocttfcal and the Bethle lem Shipbuilding cofDoratlon attract ed the attentlbri of President Hoover and resulted iii his request for an In Farmers Declare Frost Cuts Pqtato Prospects Farmers coming to town from the potato growing districts Monday after noon took exceptions to some of the predictions of very light frost to the Some of the ex growers believe that their anticipated yield has beenL cut back a third by the Most of the are optimistic as to the price and are hopefu of making a good return on the spue Weather warmed up consider ably Monday so that there was little apprehension as to additional frost damage over Sehool and 4H Exhibits Are Arranged Classroom work of consoli and schools of the Is on display in the school exhibit building the Junior Island Grove type of work which is being shown illustrates the Step forward which has been within the past few years of making the routine of the classroom as Interesting aspossible for the boys and girls In the ele Intermediate and junior high Exhibits were being hung all day and until noon the fol lowing schools had seat Jn Big Lone Beebee and v x Exhibitions are divided by with wprk from eachschool being imiig by A wide variety of art and map are being shown In each if the three general classes of the Schools In the class are those employing fiveor teachers and doing four years of high school work in three or more teachers and the third not irfcluded In the first two In the first grade consists mainly of drawing arid In cluding free hand Interpretation of re4ding or hand pro eBxhibits arjs of Ppster work colprs add an interestto the work In the fourth with booklets of miscellaneousprojects in the fourth Here Is a of and Practically the same type of more details includ ed grade Among the more interesting pro jects are various articles of wall examples of tie and a chart showing a number of different kinds of Sewing Clubs Exhibit Work of 4H club members occupies a large portion of the 4H club exhibit building at the Junior this department being arranged in the southend of the at the tour of the sewing and fourth Is given a portion the A complete display of work in this Military Work in Colleges Is HitbyChurch Methodists Pass Measure Look ing to End of System in Two State Schools Pastors Are As signed to Weld Churches Method 1st expressed stern dlsapprova of military education as a part of th curriculum In statelnstitutions o higher In a resolution adopted at the an nual conference of the church organ Izatlon here the body declared tha every just and democratic means at its disposal would be employed by the conference to end re quired military train ImTat the School o Mines and the State Agricultural college The resolution com mended the Univer sity of Colorado be ause it had re Thlbodeau malned free from this encroachment of the war depart ment on our system of higher educa Assignments of pastors to churches in the Colorado districts for the com Ing year included the following Coffman E TInney Fort Charles Schc field Fort Wesley Founda Mollen Fort II Fort Kephart Greeley Wesley Keegan Hugh Levelle HHrose and Scraffe Morris and Theo dore Dowler Hoyle Keenesfcurg and Prospect Bainbridge Cameron Den ver Fort who formerly was pastor at p Wesley Clugston Domer Hollen ack Bakerf CaYpettoy t Jones T Is superintendentof the district Hoiise iRpstpories Opening Business Session while Senate Debates Tariff f Associated Press the house recess ends September Its members were being notified by mail todaythat no business wil be trans until October tinder a resolution adopted prior to the recess In Speaker Long worth was allowed to change the date set for resumption of legislative busi ness depending With likelihood an early senate agreement on the tariff bill Longworth consulted with Repre sentatives Tilson and the re publican and democratic leaders The October 14 date for getting down to work was agreed upon and Tyler clerk of the 4H club members I house Is notifying members of the In ajl parts of the is house Work of the first year includes a hand made a simple examples of and a record Work In this division altho carefully and wel Girls belonging to the second year blubs arerequired to make two under keep a clothing made a dressor skirt and a These articles are of washable ma and the dresses Includea num ber of attractive ensembles and sport dresses Requirements for the third year members Include a clothing care of and the completion of either a skirt and a Dresses in this are of washable and The fburttr year sewing club girls make skirts and mans and house furnishing of as well as keeping a clothing account and studying cloth and its In this group Isshown dresses of silk tub pOn luncheon bed and small articles of fancy Local Schools To Close for Junior Fair All Greeley schools will be closed all day according to superintendent of city jn cooperation with managers and officials of the Junior Fair which la being held hero Tuesday Wed nesday of this This will give city school children the same opportunity of seeing fair products as they have had In previous ears when the large Weld County alr was held In this v To Use Income Tax Data Associated Tress senate oday adopted the Sfminons resolution ailing upon treasury to furnish ongfesa with Income tax data for use u the tariff Heavy Movement of Livestock from West s There Is a very heavymovementof mostly from the west over the Union A 74 car train was moved from Laramie to Sunday and after the train left there weje 100 carloads of sheep the Laramio feed yards enroute to TDenver and Monday there were 70 cars of sheep for Omaha and 30 for Denver thru Fruit and vegetable business Is also The Pacific Fruit Express reiced 600 cars of garlic and other perishables at Laramie The heavy grape movement is Because of in local business the Union Pacific assigned a switch engine and crew to Greeley The branch train Is still doing the evening Drivers Take Paved Streets Following Storm in Greeley Heavy traffic up Eighth avenue is one of tho marked results of the re cent Soft condition of the graveled avenues tends to concentrate travel on the Eighth avenue paving and diverts traffic from Tenth and Eleventh avenues outside of the business With thij ending of the storm graveled ave nues and streets are being rapidly planed Into good Nebraskan Opposes Meet of YankeesConfederates Mountain Roads Good for Six Say Authorities High altitude roads west of Greeley are being freed of snow and will be in safe condition for travel for an other six road authorities said One foot of snow has been plowed away on the of the Fall River The Rocky Mountain Parks Transportation company took 48 passengers to Grand Lake All other roads are In good Astiens areturning and the mountains are at their best for the enjoyment of people who have the opportunity to go to Sousas Train Leaves Track InjuringSevjen Associated Press Personswere injured when John Phillip Sousas special train loft the auto up to the last minute of the Entries Made Steadily for Fair Display Ttfuddy Roads Make Arrival Here from Remote Weld Tardy Big Day Will Be Wednesday Variety and Interest in Exhibit Wet roads arid muddy fields which made difficult the preparing and transporting of exhibits to failed to prevent theentry of hun dreds of individual and group dis plays at the first annual Weld county junior fair which opened In Greeley Tuesday School ponies and educational exhibits of every kind produced by 4H SmithHughes and various schools coming from the far corners Weld continued to pour Into the fair grounds by truck track 14 miles southwest of here this a notedband esr caped with only a slight shaking He said that It was a miracle that many were not The cause of the derailment was The Denver Rio Grande Western train left the track at It was en route to There were 90 persons on spe cial at the time of the derail fiveof them The train left the track near the ranch of Harry sheriff of Huerfano Is a cattle Sousa was taken to Trinidad late today from theCapps ranch by Likens of His band was to appear there train was composed an en one baggage car and two chair All were loaded to The tender of the engine jumped Uhe rails along about 100 yards before the other two left the The oafs did not overturn altho the baggage car stood at a 45 degroe angle with the bed of the Sousa was riding In the first car was only five seats back from the front of the The famous band master said There was tremendous thud anil the car I was ng When I saw the jaggago car tip I thought were g6 ng over caught Holff of It was a miracle tiiat we were not Persons riding In the two coaches vere thrown against Seats and into he Officials of the after a brief investigation of the that the derailment was robably due to a soft spot causing he rails to iars Damaged in Unusual Accident Charles Wilson of 1014 Tenth treet escaped injury but had a rather rying it in a freak accident at avenue and Nineteenth treet Monday Wil on was returning from Denver arid was slowing her sedan to turn at Nineteenth A truck of the Sarteldes Seed company was crossing lie intersection whena rear he truck shot loose from Its housings ndstarted spinning across the street The big wheel hit a truck parket n tjie east side of the street an ounclng hit thdfront of the Wilson split the running board am Islng over the hood tore away the Fortunately the whee Id not hit A satisfac ory agreement was made on the par f the truck owners to repair dam Associated Press commander of the went of today told why he opposed the poposod reunion of sold iers who fought on both sides In the Civil Ho said that no formal proposal for such a reunion had been made by the veterans of the confeder acy and added that he felt they should Chest Board Named at Commerce Meet Greeley chamber of commerce dl rectors are to meet late Tuesday aft ernoon and select persons to fill sev en vacancies on the confmunity chest Seven members of tho board retire each year under the system of The chest board met Mon day evening and made a list of 14 nominations from which the chamber of comraerce directors will elect Unrecognized Sees Process of Trials Associated Press Wil liam a member of Presi dent Hoovers law enforcement com was unrecognized by court attaches as he made a recent per sonal survey of trial procedure In tho police courts One attache before learning Judge ICehyons that the vis itor sit down or After watching the speed with which the cases were disposed Judge Kenypn venturedthe that Justice might be thwarted By too much as well as too much bo the prime movers In such a I leaving Two Fined In Greeley Two flnea were levied In police Fatten was fined five dollars and costs on a charge of Charles Wood was fined onn dollar and costs for parkinghis car In an alley and closing hour which was marked at The grounds presented a scene the morning with judges making surveys of the and girls wash Ing and currying their stock Tn pre paration for the spectators who will Invade the grounds Tuesday after noon and evening and all during the day on Wednesday Even ponies to be entered in the races Wednesday were alreadyNn the stalls at the racing stables early in the morning and dozens more came in steadily during the Deadline Tuesday Noon After 9 Tuesday ard and Steele who are in charge of werekept busy al lotlng exhibit and tags to a steady processioh of It was declared that despite heavy road all exhibitors would to reach the fair grounds betora the deadline established at An exceptionally largeearly entry list was noted dairy calces with thepoultry list and farm crops falling not far Judging of exhibits was to al 1 Tuesday judges hbped to thatthe rib bon winners will be known and desig for the benefit of visi tors Tuesday and spectators alt dui Ing the1 on Following the beginning of jadglng Tuesday at all exhibit buildings were thrownopeii tt the Club dem onstrations of clothing and food began at and were continue thru Tuesday evening and Wednesday Buildings will be open to inspec tion at 9 Wednesday and will not close until 9 Wednesday will mark the big entertainment day of the with thousands of Weld county school children as well as par ents expected to with the general closing of Parade at oclock The sports program will begin at 1 Wednesday with a parade led by the Greeley boys This is to be followed by pony racesl foot specialty speed ball band kite flying andairplane In the exhibit building is found ample proof that Weld county can produce the best of poultry and farm crops in all the The SmithHughes booth con tains a battery of prizes during the past few years that can be equalled by no other group of schools in any county in The trophies displayed show that SmithHughes judging teams won sweepstakes prizes in 1921 and 1928 livestock championship In 1921 and 1926 best potato judging team in the state for four 1928 and 1929 were corn and grain judging champs in 1927 arid 1928 were champions at the International Livestock show at Chicago in 1921 won the Colorado Agricultural college livestock judging trophy three years Continued on page 9 Two Vessels Collide but Escape Serious near Boston Associated Press New Radio Ma rine corporation tonight received a radiogram from the Belgian freighter Emile Francqul stating that It had col lided with the Norwegian steamer Gunny about 200 miles southeast of Neither ship was seriously damaged and both were proceeding to their First news of the collision was con tained In a general radio call tp stand by sent out by the British freighter London It gave the position as 41 Later messages explained that the call was sent out by another ship had collided with the Emtlo Francqul and which It had been tfnable to It was nearly an hour before the Emile Francqul sent a radiogram that It had learned the other ship was the freighter Gunny and that it was not badly We are proceeding to New hls message Ship that collided with us Norwegian steamship Gunny will proceed to Mont real and requires no The Emile Francqul sailed from 31 for New The steamer Gunny sailed from 2 tor Mont   

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