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Greeley Daily Tribune and The Greeley Republican Newspaper Archive: September 18, 1929 - Page 1

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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                un W west portion Ill and Thnrs I probably show Im southwest por little change in HOT ONE Maybe wo do potato But it were potato well h a v a eyes in our heads THE GREELEY REPUBLICAN XXHNUMBER MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO 1929 AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1870 Loan Is ade Wheat en of North Board Apprpves y To Supplement That of IkAssociation Is First To for Additional Loans Associated Tress federal lioan board today approved a 5600 000 to the Nprth Dakota i Wheat Growers association j E loan is supplemental to one al j granted by the Federal Inter im Credit bankof advance Will be 10 cents a wheat held by the assocja IvltU a provision that the coin obtained from the Inter Ite Credit bank and the farm shall not exceed 1 a I board said this association was ls to qualify for the supplemen s which the farm board has an It was ready to make to ratlve grain growers assocla for these loans were discussed boards Chicago conference latlonal farm organization rep I Time in Ragtown Lands Pair in Jail and both negroes from Eaton are In the jounty jail liere 1 result of a red hot crap game Jn ensuing fracas in ragtown luesday has a slash in one arm as uvenir of a hectic evening He according to stories le arresting juggling he was to 53 in such lively man whereabouts of the r became a dark jn is said to have claimed a Intial interestin the the knife cut in the Ing He lack pursued by angry colored pen who to Is Hunter Ham Ibaatened to ragtown and soon lipBaceit trot llarinony to that ling As has been before ragtown is not a parl I city of Eatonfiat is seperated city by the Union Pacific TwoSmall Antelopes from Weld County To Be Part of Local Attorney Tells of AHrantinn at TiWnvpr TJnnchprs Cnrwl for Animals ft i m fn 1 Attraction at Denver Zoo Ranchers Cared for Animals Two small antelopes who began their careers last spring the prairies north of Purcell In Weld county were tho Denver zoo Fred game warden residing at took the Flash and to the zoo In his automobile Tuesday Fanny kicked up quite a row at the start of the trip but apparently enjoyed watching the scenery from Plattovllle The antelopes showed up spring at the Rodenbaugh and Barna by ranches 20 miles north of They had apparently become hopelessly separated from their ranchers protected the little animals from coyotes and fed them on the bottle until they were able to feed The antelopes are about the size ot spring lambs but much more An antelope taken to the zoo from Weld county last year Is doing The antelope are among the most popular of the anmials at the Denver Public Works Plan Demands Readjustment By CECIL Associated Press Staff Writer with the Increasing problems of the fast expanding public works he army engineer corps is to undergo reorganization to administer unbrdlc enly the governments vast projects or floofl control and improvement of harbors and inland In anticipation of even greater pro such as the billion dollar Nic afaguan canal and the Lawrence President Hoover has ini tiated the plan with the appointment ot Brigadier General Lytle Brown as chief of engineers with the rank ot major general to succeed Lieutenant General Edgar who retired on account of age His plan calls for a decentralization of administrative power thru the ap pointment of three army who can serve under Brown for a peri od of years and will be held directly responsible for projects placed In their General after learning of his appointment from tho newspapers heartily approved the whicli will place oho engineerin qharge of the flood control and dlher work on tho lower Mississippi in charge of the improvement of the up per the Illinois and other Sanitary Sewer To Be Constructed on Eighth itg Ordinance Taken jUp at Special Meeting council will consider jpecial meeting Friday The zoning ordinance wended by the majority com lof the city zoning commission jshort zoning ordinance to be led as a substitute by Charles minority member of the zon tnmlsslon will both be lls fzonlng commission has been 1 thanked by the city clerk for iris to provide a satisfactory The of jwas voted at the 10 pof the The commls Nch was by the Jon resolution of the council without fury Selected for Peacox Associated Press i the trial of Earl 1 with the torch of was completed at Sourt was then adjourned until River Priority of Fight by and farmers i yesterday tot promises to be a legal ft several months over water RefereeWi Robinson 100 on 1870 prlor 1 waters of the Platte tiled the city and 1 as 30 or 40 paUutlffs appear Irrigation companies piers near Denver are fighting 3 claims to these I Sets Testimony Date Referee Robinson set or the beginning testimony fej in presenting her the plaintiffs will begin alton Oj their tearlngs for readjudicatlon Pier rights from a rul months ago the Colo Kerns which set aside Wlcatlon in favor of Denver f J870 ndsey Represents City n attorney for tho F water is rep He is being asslst s Herrlngton and the i of Dines also is fighting claims pre separate suit of irrlga seek controlsof the An on5 ot the major for Denver The for this f b being heard In Canon utirig to the inland a charge development of the GreatLakesand Lawrence In recent years the annual public works outlay has exceeded while rivers ind harbors bills for expenditure of an equal amount are pending in Each ot the three major domestic President Hoover eventually will surpass the Panama canal under Including as it does the prospective Great Cakes to the sea as sponsored by President Hoover in his campaign together with the Nlcaraguan and the proposed extension and deepening of navigable waters In the Mississippi the plan Isregarded bytaany as contem plating the greatest public Works pro gram ever Presidenf Hoover was known to de sire to select a successor to General Jadwin who could remain a minimum of four years to carry on without in the work of Improving in and which has been re vived in the last decade as a means of reducing freight transporta tion General Brown said the reorganiza tion would be based on the placing of men big jobs instead of putting them in districts and divisions as at No radical changes would be he in the administration ot he corps without the approval of President Hoover and Secretary Successful Celebration Is Staged by Mexicans The celebration of Hexlcan inde pendence was conducted without dis turbance here and1 was carried oui according to Police Chief Seacll Roberts Everything went off in fine declared Chief who praised the management for the manner in which all events were care of Gas Fumes Fatal Child Fort died from inhaling gasoline according to Coroner M Balmer The youngster wai found dead In a garage on the farm of his and D near No Inquest will be Eaton Store Sold Kin ney have sold their store to S Jones of Thestore has been closed Monday and Tuesday for in Sitting as a board ot health the city council Tuesday night ordered the construction ofa sanitary sewer extension which begins at street and Twentieth avenue and con tinues west on Eighth street tor 000 There had been petitions both for and against the sewer The aldermen secured reports from Dr city and Ed the sanitary inspector be fore taking Both reports in dicated the need of the sewer as a health The sewer resolu tion of the health session will be in corporated in nn ordinance to be drawnby the city attorney and pre sented next Tuesday Former President of Trinidad Bank Has Been Indicted Associated Press Spring former president of the Trinidad National bank of surrendered himself here late today on a federal grand jury Indict ment charging him with misapplica tion of approximately ot the ranks He appeared before Commis loner Robert Foot and made bond of 2500 pending his arraignment in fed ral district Officials of the ionsaid today the amount of he misapplication may run to althp the Indictment only 7 widely known InHuerfano county Where he has been active in alleged Jhaye misapplied he money after his bank became in solved In financial difficulties two years Following his appearance le contended he is being made the scapegoat for directors and to dodgeblame of the banks Greeley Girl Weds at Kansas City Jail Gained on Tour of England and France in Address before Greeley Lions Club More impressions of an Amerieau attorney of England and Western Europe were related before the Qreeley Lions club Tuesday by William Greeley attorney and member of the Kelly was ipnq of seven Qreeley persons to visit in Europe this summer and one ot the last to make a public address on the Prefacing his remarks with the observation that Greeley residents are great travelers and that many have already given Western Europe the once or twice he pointed out a few ot his Impressions of England and Sees New York Last It Is well to see London and Paris efore one sees New York Kelly for tho London and Paris are beautiful and have many temples of historic interest which a new world city cannot hope to Now York Is still the greatest city of the modern world He described the feei ng of those Americans who saw Lon don then went to Paris and later returned to Coming back to he English city was almost like com ng he as tho London customs are so much more like The many small fields In the French farming districts wore noted by Kelly who saw tho ancient cradle and he modern tractordrawn binder being used side by side in grain fields separ County Outlines Its Years Work McMarr Corporation Buys Snodgrass Chain in State stores of Colorado and Mexico have ieen purchased by McMarr of the Pacific Fortyfive stores were purchased by the com pany in the making the total number under control of the McMarr system Tho SnoSgrass stores will maintain their own organization and have head quarters in Snodgrass refused to discuss details of the merger which turned the 21year pioneering chain organization over to make the first unit of the McMarr in the mountain It is rumored that the ContinentalStores con trolling the PigglyWigglyGrimes cor is also being approached by the McMarr General outline ot the program for the coming year including a discus sion ot what 29 Weld county units will be expected to accomplish during the coming being takeri up before representatives ot Weld parentrteacher in session it the Weld court house in Greeley Wednesday Clyde president of tho Weld county parentteacher presided over tho meet which was called at 2 Such sessions are held thrice yearly with all local presidents attend ing or being represented by Reports were to be heard Wednes day from county chairmen of mem founders day and publications committees as well as trom state chairman of ers worlc in high The first school of instruction ses sion for the season will be held next Wednesday in Greeley with a similar school to follow each week for three State leaders willaddress Weld workers during meets to be held 9 and A meeting will be held at the Big Bend school on Consumers Oil Is Taken Over by New Corporate Group Consumers Oil Cooperative Incor a nonprofit cooperative as corporate has tllec Its incbfppration papers county The new concern suc takes over the business of the Consumers Oil a co operative association which was not The new concern has 2500 shares of no par value and all of equal These shares are to be given in ex change for the rights of the mem of the Consumers Oil Thei incorporates and directors are Fred George Royer and Charles Competition Keen in Fair at Pueblo Dates Set for Pheasant Hunting in Weld County AlldcUtcd PreMl Dates today were Ixed for two special open seasons for hunting by state game and fish The season on quail In Montroso and Mesa counties will bB 22 to and ten birds a day tho bag limit and only ten birds In posses sion at one Special licenses are Male ringnecked pheasants may be hunted in Weld and Logan counties December C to with two cock birds bag three In pos session at any one ated only by a Farm Relief Needed He learned that tho United States farmers are far from be ing alone in their need for some kind of The stress is felt In the en tire British Islands and is equally ap parent in New Zealand and One man told the American Continued on Page 12 Former Girl Testifies in Case of Bank Swindle Associated Press New pretty ypung school teachers from Rocky Mountain went before a federal grand jury here today to tel what part they played in aiding their a small In de frauding six New York financial in iStitutlons put of a half million dollars The and Amelli sisters nieces o Guggenheim Appointment Aviation Aid By PICKENS Associated Press Staff Writer appoint ment ot Harry Guggenheim as am bassador to Cuba is viewed by avia tion officials in general as a decided Stimulus to intercontinoutal aviation development in the western hemis The view is taken for two Tho first is that Guggenheim backs his enthusiasm for flying with good United States The second is that Cuba Is regarded as the natural if there is such a thing as a gate in tho for air planes southbound from Central and South America and northbound for the United States and Whether President Hoover had it In mind or aviation men tho appointment of gen erally regarded as Americas fore most aviation will do much to forward the already rapidly de veloping air traffic between the Unit ed States and the countries to the When Guggenheim arrives in Havana he will be the second flying ambassador the United States has sent to the Ambassador Mor row at Mexico not only has smoothed out many difficulties con fronting his office when he went to but has been instrumental In thodevelopment of air communication CharleVlX WaggbnefTpresideni of the Not on Black List of U rAssoclatolTrtu of the Womens Christian Temperance union is of In not said Ella national president ot the who presided oyer an executive meeting today in prepara tion for the national convention which opens here No organization can succeed with more than one major she Boole said the only way In which the T would attempt to curb the use of tjbacco will be by education the I dont believe any one can object to she I dont believe that those who use tobacco really wishi their children to use and educa tion may prevent its Boole expressed the opinion that young people drink liquor are imitating their elders and she did not believe the young people can be Delegates to the convention began arrivlng today from all parts of the Press than exhibitors in the 21 departments ot the state fair awaited the verdict of judges Tuesday at the close of the first days review of the record breaking volume ot Beagle peony livestock growers and grain producers showed equal interest in the decisions and the rivalry in poultry and pet stock divisions was no less than that in the embroiderypillow case In the pillow case section Charles came out first and sec against a field of 50 The second most popular class of fancywork was luncheon cloths made flour sacks In which May nard and Canon City took first and sec A lively neck and neck race pro gram Tuesday afternoon and a night exhibition prepared the visitors tor the special events announced by the management for the remainder of the Judging in the state wide music the dog and art exhibit will begin r Judge Closes Session Kansas f Associated Press Met On 7 the court of the city and gave illlts 30 days In which to file doors remained open long to day to permit the marriage of John Miss Mary Rose ot Thompson was returned here from San to answer federal charges ot transportatioii of Miss Larklns followed him to Kansas City and they were married by a Jus tice of the United States dep uty took the bridegroom Into in Greeley for Week District Judge Claude Coffin re turned to Fort Collins Tuesday having completed hearings on all motions set for this Ho will return here next Tuesday to conduct some Jury trials in civil matters In the foreclosure suit ot Cross against Percy Aigner a de cree was ordered on In the case ot Colorado National bank against Grover CFreeze and the sheriffs sale ot 1D29 was In the case of Florence Leola Ward as administratrix against John Klug and others a foreclosure the defense demurrer was LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS 18 Potatoes 1 Wheat Darley Oatt to y postal Inspectors before they wonf before grand Jury which has al ready indicted Waggoner for mall the nieces told how their uncle lad cared for them during their Juve nile and how they thought nothing of it when he asked them to send six telegrams for Both of the young declared they did not know the nature of the because they were given to them sealed and were delivered to the telegraph office Amelia Jones is a former student at the University of Colorado and Is known by a number of Greeley stu dents or alumni of the She was there In 1925 and 1926 and has been teaching at Bean Price Dropping on Local Markets Wednesday Greeley market for pinto sagged Wednesday with tho price paid by local buyers dropping from to Prospects were that the price would drop again within a day or Potatoes and cabbage remained at and on the basis of num ber one Cabbage was with poor quality being generally evi dent In consignments of the early variety j has taken num erouS airplane Including several with his Colonel Charles All airlines to Central and Soutl with one lead thru The exception Is the air mail line from to by way of Vera Cruz The PanAmerican opor ates two lines from Miami thru Ha vana to South America and the Wes One of these lines extends southwestward to the Panama canal with stops in various Central American The other line leaves Havana for Porto Rico and soon will be extended to the eastern coast of South where it will loin a line from the Panama canal zone to countries In the northern sec of South central location is not the only factor which has caused it to jecome the focal point ot aviation de velopment to the In addition Names on Tax Query List Be Published Smoot Moves To MakeNames Public Senate Has Changed First Vote on Tariff Proviso for Marking Imported Articles Antedated Proas senate finance committee voted 10 to 4 today to make public the names of 323 cor porations and individual tax payers about whom the democratic commit tee members have asked the treasury for information as to their Income tax Tho Information is sought for use n the pending tariff The democrats announced they vlshed to ascertain data on Income ax payments by firms and Individuals which would profit by tariff rate In creases proposed in the Chairman Smoot offered the motion to make the names It was op posed by two New and and two and Smoot said inasmuch as he had re ceived many letters concerning the 1st of names forwarded to the treas ury he thought It best to make them lublic This probably will bo done in ho near Republican members of the commit tee have indicated they might compile a list of their own to be at the next meeting of the probably About the time the finance commit tee was taking this Senator democrat of in a statement he expressed only his personal asserted the time has gone when It would be if not to limit the consideration of tariff revision to any special products or He referred to a proposal by some republican independents and demo crats that revision be limited to agri cultural The congress has the major portion of its work looking to a general revision of the entire tariff Pitman The evi dence Is all before congress and it would seem now to be a waste of worlc that already has done to fall to act on the Valuation Charges Protested by Before Local Body Union Pacific railroad company challenges the authority of thecoun ty commissioners ot Weld or any other cpunty of Coloradoto raise the Of its line above the figures set by Colorado This became plain Tuesday when Knowles for the com pany presented its formal protest to the raise ot a mile which the county commissioners as a board of equalization have voted over the fig ures set by the state tax Knowles did not discuss thS merits of the raise in valuation but confined himself fo a legal argument attacking the right of county commis sioners to review acts of the tax com The board ot commissioners will have the protest recorded In their rec ords together with the statement that the protest is not allowed and that the raise in valuation shall stand as far as the commissioners office is concerned Chairman Carlson of the board stated that it would recede from Its position at any time that the Union will present convincing evl dence that the Increased valuation is two Exhibits offered by the plaintiff tttat tna valuation is tTreTarred andtoe given njust or inconstoent wUh the vaues until 1 to submit properly certi fied King of Hobot Dies Associated Press Iowa an Illness ot four weeks with ulcers of the James Speed I of selfstyled king of the died In n hospital here Friends In claimed the placed on other classes of property In the Tobln Heads Fair Managers Allocated Presi Toblu 6f Montroaey president of the Colorado State Fair today was elected president of the State Fair Managers association at a meeting at the state fair Thirtythree counties were By HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer view point of the administration group In the seriate prevailed today in the first voting on the tariff By a 40 to 32 vote a commlttet amendment was adopted requiring that Imported articles be marked con spicuously with the country of origin except in certain The ballot was taken on reconsider ation ot a previous rejection vote of 38 to Eight republicans joined democrats on the first roll call against the the eight be ing Senators and Reed Calls for ReVote The last Pennsylvania re subsequently complained about that part of the amendment re lating to place of marking and asked reconsideration on the ground that a the with the excep tion ot a short period each year when lurricanes rise out of the Caribbean and sweep generally is ideal for the island lying just out of the rangeof troublesome gulf trade Assistant Post master General Glover said has put a lot of the mind into airmindedness of charge of the air observed that the counsel and advice Guggenheim would be able to give to aviation interests and the Influence his office can exert in favor of aviation will be of inesti mable value to flying in the western Curtiss Flying Company Plans Hangar for Denver Associated PrciB Los vers destiny as the logical base for Rocky Mountain aerial activity moved a step nearer realization today with the announcement by the Curtiss Fly ing service of a modern 100 by 125 foot hangar for that Authorization for the construction of the hangar was granted by vicepresident and general for the company In the Construction will be begun immediate Major Moseloy This will be the first building of the Curtiss flying school at aU ready one of the most thriving units In this firms nationwjde Owens Cases Settled in Fort Collins Court In the district court at Fort Collins two cases Involving former Wold county residents were disposed In ihe case ot Ed Williams against Owens Judge Robert Smith found that a contract Involved was cancelled and that the plaintiff was not entitled to each party to pay his own In the case of Owens against Ed Williams the court found for the plaintiff In the sum of Tha suits Involved a contract for exchange of Continued on Vnge 12 Beet Harvest Opens Monday Policies of Company Discussed General operating policies ot the 21 factories of the Great Western Sugar company for the season of 1929 1930 were discussed at an all day con ference ot officials held at the Cbl burn hotel In Manager Charles Evans of Greeley headed a delegation which included Claude superintendent at Greeley chemist at Greeley Howard superintend ent at Eaton Harry master mechanic at and Patrick Tap chemist at vice president and general manager of the dis cussed The World Sugar Situation1 and Joseph assistant general discussed conditions of the efficiency pennant Greeley and Eaton factory districts will start the beet harvest noxt Mon It is the Intonlton to open all tho dumps In tho two districts except Hanbury on It Is planned to start slicing boots on Wed nesday it harvesting conditions nro favorable and there aro plenty ot beets at thoi DenverEl Paso Air Line Opens Saturday nlvplano passenger carrying service betwoon Denver and El will bo In augurated probably It was announced toddy following successful completion of a tost flight ovor tho routo by pianos ot tho Mldcontliumt Air Tho flying Umo Hie two cities will ba approximately six and onehalt stops at Colorado Lai Vcgaf Santa Fo nud   

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