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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                y air tpnlght except un southwest littlechange HOT ONB Tn the filers will drop boll corn borers a u d Mediterranean flies on enemy terri THE GBEELEY REPUBUCAW 41 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRE89 COLORADO AFTERNOON WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED rench Think j6ague Must face Problem Power Naval Conference Soph Be But Intative Newspaper Believes Must Have Final Power Associated Press the opinion ex In the informed aftor newspaper Le Temps today L to be the official French Ice may never participate in the lted five power naval confer I to discuss naval princi I which would beembodied in a general disarmament treaty at influential close a Qual asserts that just for AngloAmerican naval accord inly be so by the same any fivepower agreement be reaffirms so steadfastly put forward Brother brptlier of George Willard president of Colorado Teachers college died suddenly In OmaM yesterday according to reports received in Frasier a newspaper man living in and had been taken to a hos pital at Omaha where he Funeral services will be held in Wauneta and Frasier were in Kan sas City at tho time of the brothers death and went immediately to Among survivors are his wife and a who to enroll at Colorado Teachers college this llieory French socialist leader Paul at that the reduc armaments constitutes a one Indivisible which can i treated newspaper argues that any lite fivepower treaty would only dispossessthe League of rum its but ruin the i lor general tlie Ideas of Le Temps really Isent the views ofthe French imeut it would mean that any naval accord would have reported to the the itory disarmament commission made part of the draft treaty Being molded at EelUsr with tentative agreements Kid and air armaments the naval Id would then form the basis of leral disarmament BTemps pertinently remarks that 1 question of limitation of trained reserves is reopened there Is asonwhy powers cannot fcs the limitation of re its on which can lansforned into auxiliary war Sidewalks Laid on College Campus gutters steps Gunter south to lentil street and Ninthaye Ire part of the vacation period lira of improvementat Colorado rs The walk lies to the the gymnasiumand accommo large numbers of students liv It tho dormitories and in the lend of same time the concrete walk south of the campus has been lied the entire length of the is along Nineteenth will be installed along all the i one group of workmen have iusy putting in the cement an I squad have been busy going the various buildings painting The grand stand at In field was receiving a coat of as part of the im pent A sprayer was to do the suddeniyCorn Canning and Sauerkraut Packing Explained to Local Club on Tour of Kuner Plant Rifle Club Members Successful in Meet of National Group r Five Greeley members of Colorado state civilian rifle team which participated In the National Rifle association annual meet at Camp have returned to Greeley after winning high places In the national The Gree ley members of the Colorado team were Harry William Lundin and Fred Skldoo medals for total scores made In all matches were awarded Mannr Mlchaells and Lundln while Mann also won a skeet medal In shot gun He made a score of 21 out of a possible The Colbrado team placed 14th In competition with 62 other civilian teams entered while tho interclub match was won for the Greeley The awarding of the Interclub cham pionship for Colorado to Greeley gave the local rifle club the Colorado state flag presented by Flstor of Den Rosllng Ranks First Records made in the interclub com petition placed the Greeley entrants in the following rank first second third On the entire Colorado civilian team of Sterling plaqed Eos pecond and Programs Are Arranged for Season Fifty representatives of 14 Weld county parentteachers association units were present at a meeting held at the Weld court house in Greeley Wednesday when the seasons pro gram was Among the units represented were Big Central Fort Ker North Pleasant Valley View and the last being the most recently organized Itmdson Returns from eting pf Ag Directors director of the 0 Potato Experiment station returned Tuesday eve Irom a trip to Ihe had been called a meet lesperlmeht station directors by llted States department of agrl including that at are now preparing data on 1 be used a forthcoming to be published by depart l Fifty heads of latlety are being studied with in Wlsconsinj New H Pennsylvania dmundson left Greeley Satur 1 returned Watermelons Greet at Greeley High scattered i end of the north sidewalk entrance of Greeley Jilgh evidence of some sort of tun staged there Wednesday Janitors and arriving the fragments Strewn or not a raid had been On some farmers melon not People of school vicinity noted score F toys at the school last Wjwa their apparent enjoy S they broke the largo ot Badly Hurt Opinion of Swink F think the beans in our dis hurt much by the I said If well acquainted with con tho Millikei Ashtph He said that the beans r to and that many were tho freeze Vfl not been threshed U set accurate data as to the Swlnk said that pros good average return on are Rosling and Lundln enteredas a twoman team in the bjjjjdquattersna tional match and place among 157 Theirscore was 98 out of a possible Thiswas the first in eight years that Colorado hassent a team to thai national Jlfle meet the Greeley members the team re turned here highly enthusiastic about the treatment received at Camp Per They hope to entef the competi tion again next secretary of the Greeley Rifle declared Thursday that the greatest need of the Greeley club is ail outdoor rlflg Bellevue Child Injured as Mother Runs Over Him f Associated Press Fort son of and Cyril of is in a serious condition today with several fractured ribs and possible internal injuries re ceived yesterday when he was run over by an automobile driven by his Spaulding started the which was standing in the yard of her without noticing the boy had fallen asleep in the shade of a tree close under one of the Greeley Hens Lead in EggLaying Race Among State Flocks Canon 18 A Greeley owns the pen of White Leghorn which ranked first in egglaying ability during Aug ust in the sixth Colorado EggLaying contest conducted here under the su pervision of the extension service of the Colorado Agricultural These hens laid 249 The pen of Leghorns owned by Lee McLaren of which held first place for dropped to second place with 245 The pen of Baneat Rocks owned by M Affleck of was third with 240 High individual honor for the month goes to a White Leghorn owned by the Garber Leghorn Enid This hen layed 30 eggs during the Three hens tied for second two one from the Booth and one from tho pen of Canon City and a Rhode Island Red from the Pierce pen of Afflecks Barred Rocks still ffold first place for the year with just 126 eggs behind the record made by Goodells Rhode Island Whites at the close 6f the fourth con Goodwins pen retains second place with Third place was regained by Leghorns owned by Rod with How corn mature at rate of 60 miles per hour and why tho Serrnnn treads his with his feet were facts learned by 35 inem jers of the Rotary club Rotarlans learned many other things during their visit to the Greeley factory of the KunerEmpsori canning as guests Superinten dent Rodney Bellf which visit was part of the program for the weekly meeting Under the direction of Boll the entire plant was inspected from running of the corn into the buskers to tho working of extra fine qual ity The which neatly remove thehusk from the ear operate at tho rate of revolutions per Bell pointed out that the ear travels thru the which trim tho corn from the cob at tho rate of GO miles per great Is the haste of the corn to get put into a can bearing the KunerBmpson Modern capping Explored How modern enterprise In Industry has done away with and supplanted another old method was seen In the can capping This device seals caps on filled cans at the rate of 135 per No solder Is the capping being accomplished by ono machine in four operations which occur almost Many of tie visiting Rotarians recalled the days not so long ago when they were employed in canning factories aiid when the soldering of the cap was the only method The new capper Is much Virtually every operation Included in the canning from the time the corn is elevated to the huskers until it Is labeled is by Cooking Makes Safe After the cans have been filled and sealed they are put Into great vats where they are cooked for 75 minutes at a temperature of 250 This Insures complete sterilization and is as near by a perfect guard spoiling as Is possible to Bell To secure same results the housewife would have to cook her canned corn for 10 In the can ning of beans the temperature la held at 240 degrees for 23 The corn packing has been under way at the KunerBmpson plant here for three weeksjind from In dicatlons 3000 tons of corn put be ready for ship ment by the close of the Miking Explained his visitors tb sauer kraut department Bell pointed out how cabbage is trimmed and pre pared for the After it is cut the cabbage is carried to tanks wheremen are kept busy tramping It down and keeping the brine well mixed the Here the old country method of hav ing men use their feet to tread down the kraut is There is Such workmen at the KunerEmpson plant wear immaculate white clothes and rubber boots and these boots are al ways carefully washed before a man enters the Cans Per Hour The firm is now putting out approx imately cans of corn per hour Tho the lack of rain and wind has caused failure to secure perfect pol lenlzatlon resulting In many ears being Imperfectly filled the sweet corn crop is proving better than because of the freedom from this One minor feature of the corn pack Ing industry Is the shaker machine used to violently agitate each can of corn before it leaves the This shaking mixes the starch content the kernels and causes a uniform creaming of the About one third of the total cabbage tonnage delivered to the local finds Its way Into the can as sauer The remainder is it was In contrast with this necessary waste in the making of Bell pointed out that all refuse from tlio corn canning is piled and sola as insil LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS 19 1 Wheati Bafley Oats1 Beans Teachers College and Charged with Teaching Sovietism in Recent Book of Hadley Many Named Berkeley Brown of Carnegie Institute of Tech City Col lege of New East Tennessee Emory and George Har Charges that Teachers College and Colorado College are touching Sovietism are made by Edwin Hadley In a book called Sinister which has recently been The book Is In fiction form but characters are thinly veiled and the author boldly calls the roll of University and College professors who are supposedly In the clutches of the Soviet Hadley charges that the Russians failing to achieve their goal by political means have now turned to education and are boring from within achieve their president of Colorado brands all the charges as Professor head of tho department of sociology at Teachers Is away on his va cation andhas not had opportunity to defend himself about the Schools that are on the list of sup posed Russian allies are Fahy Smashes Up Second Ship Built For Tokyo Flight Aiks Football Support the adjournment of the Ro tary luncheon by purchasing season tickets Of the Greeley high asked that the club support athletics at the school for three conference Barnes arid one remaining practice contest to be played this Harvey president of the Lar Irrigation cbinpany an nounced that another visit will be made to the new supply ditch being constructed by his next Sun the tour to leave the Greeley chamber of commerce offices at 6 Harris entertained with a mem ory George Irvln addressed the session upon the in relation to the high school Mathe son on the recent membership con ference held at Denver for tho state unit and also on publicity Noel on the membership in Weld county Clyde Cummings on the last state executive board and Blake Founders Following the general session there was a short meeting of the Weld ex ecutive Craig of national membership will take charge of the school of instruction session to be held next Wednesday at the Weld court state vice president ol will conduct tho October 2 meeting while the third instruction session will bo in charge of Mrs1 Clyde Cummings and the fourth will be directed by Better Service by Rail for Moving of Cattle and Sheep Much better rail service than usual will be given cattle and sheep ship ments into Colorado this railroad officials have Tho Moffat road is moving cattle into Denver from a distance of 230 miles thru a mountain In 13 hours and 20 minutes including the terminal The Colorado Southern Is putting on a Saturday train whlch leaves at 9 andwhlch will be spotted in the Denver stock yards for unloading at 6 The as far as possible will move livestock on special trains with1 fast schedules rather than by hand It few cars at a time on freight Union Pacific will give its usual fast service Into the Greeley district from where feeder stock orig inates and equally good service from this district to Denver and tho Certificates For Teachers Should Be Registered Here Certificates ot all public school teachers employed in should be sent to the county superin tendent of schools office for regis tration before September warrants for the teachers salaries are Superintendentof Ogle said He is notify ing1 each school board of the neces sity of registering all certificates at The state superintendent of schools office is checking the certificates at The state superintendent of schools office is checking the certification of teixchers by Property cer tification Is necessary before salaries can be properly paid by the school New Operator for KFKA Is Announced Guy graduatedfrom the Greeley high school last has beenselected as radio operator for Colorado Teachers college radio broadcasting station it was announced Thursday by Charloa director of the Omer became operator this He is also employed as technician with a local music company and will enter Teachers college this fall major in Omer has passed his govern ment examination for license to operate a broadcasting the exam having been taken at Kansas this Spuds Plentiful Here and Price Goes Down Plentiful supply of potatoes In the Greeley area brought the price down to a straight on basis pf 1 as quoted by all leading buyers Pinto beans Were softer with tho price quoted from 56 to The higher price was for car lots which could be shipped Grain remained Tribune Has Special Fashion Issue Today Todays Trimmer is featuring in both news and advertising col umns fall fashions an Interesting exposition of whats new to wear for the coming The stores have put forth tholr best efforts in preparing attractive ads as well as attractive window Kansas La Crosse Los Angeles Osteo Nast Mich Middle Tennessee Min New New York New York North Caro North Ohio Ohio Ran South Trin Union Val Washing ton of WashingtonJef Washington and Wiscon sin and Series of Credit Conferences Start The first series of regional credit conferences under the auspices of the Weld County Credit association will be held at Ault Friday Merchants from Pierce and Ault will attend the meeting and manager of the credit and a delegation from Greeley will The meeting will be held at the Ault hotel and dinner beserved There meetings around of the rush of fall iBell Car Damaged In Collision Wednesday Miss Willetta accompanied by several other high school escaped Injury Wednesday evening when the car she was driv ing was sideswlped by another ma chine as the girls were returning to Greeley from The Bell owned by the glrUs 1825 Seventh ave was considerably hav ing one wheel torn off and the side It was towed to a Greeloy garage for repairs Thursday The driver of the second car was a Harrington of Miss Bell was driving up a hill and the crash occurred just after Harrington had reached the top of the knoll and was starting his machine leav ing the but failing to turn The crash occurred half a mile west of the forks on the GreeleyLoveland Cadman To Write Music for Fox Film Talkies Charles Wakefield native of has signed a contract with the Fox Film to write original songs and Incidental music for that will put him on easy street for according to the Love land He has already written songs which John McCormick and Jose Jfajlca their re spective film appearances for Fox Lindberghs Arrive In Charleston Charles ALindbergh and Lind traveling by from Wash to landed in Charlestonthis about Colonel and will spend the night here as the guests of rRear Adnliral McOully at tho Charles ton navy yard and Will resume their trip Convention In Indianapolis today chosen as the site for the 1930 world convention of the Odd Fellows and associate Hoover Commends Disarmament Move Associated Press present naval disarmament negotiations were described by President Hoover in a radio address tonight as proposals wlilch would preserve our national de fenses and yet would relieve the backs of those who toll from gigantic ex penditures and tho world from the hate and fear which flows from the riv alry In building The chiet executives speech was de livered thru the Columbia Broadcast ing system in connection with the ded ication of the New York studio of the broadcasting It was the first time that Hoov er has mentioned the subject of dis armament In a public address since the present conversations with Great Britain were Associated Press test today was In a hos pital with serious and the second specially constructed mono plane built for a Tacoma to Tokyo TransPacific was In ruins as a result of a crash during a trial Fahy suffered a fractured gashes on tho and a possible conscious in a hos The wrecked plane was the secbud City of Tacoma built by Harold Bromley and his backers for the Tokyo The first ship Brom Fahy ley himself cracked up In taking off from Tacoma last summer when gaso line splashed In his face and blinded Fahy had circled the test field once yesterday and was pulling out of a figure eight maneuver when the tail group fluttered loose and De prived of directional pilol kept the plane out of a and had descended to within a few feet of the ground in a when wing struck a tree and was torn The plane plunged into a city street against house which shat tered the remaining and flopped on Its Fahy was taken to tbe Burbank emergency hospital for treatment and later removed to whfin his Injuries were found to serious His Claire entrant in the recent Santa Monica to Cleve land womens air was at his and and Fahys Ward whose life saved when he was blown in his parachute from John Woods ship when it exploded recently the Mojave were to have left Saturday for where Fahy expected to enter the National Air Fahy Is 29 years old and a world war Case of Coed Bandit Goes to Jury in Texas f Associated Press fate of Rebecca Bradley charged with robbing tho Farmers Na tional bank of of in rests in the hands of a jury here The case was given tho jury at after a dramatic plea by Otis husband of the and chief of her Tbe jury retired for the night was locked up at postponing a Verdict until at least The youthful attorney who left a sickbed to come to the aid of hls when ho read of her connection with the asked the jury to either the former Universitytf Texas coed loose or else send her to the electric I would rather see her dead than associating with Rogers said to He said that other persons had been sent to the electric chair for similar deeds and he did not want the jury to show him any mercy If it did not believe his child was insane when she brandished a eyolver in the faces of two bank employes three years ago and took the Grace mother of tne wept softly as Rogers des cribed his and Beckys secret mar riage while they were still students at the The world semed to be ho but later it was swept from un der Fred district closing for the state characterized tho whole defense plea as a If the defendant had been a Blundell a jury would have re turned a verdict within 30 Leave Dead Horse on Watershed The Altin Hayner Lumber company of Fort Collins has pleaded guilty be fore Justice McCarry at Fort of allowing a dead horse tb remain on the Poudre A fine of and costs of were Imposed and Ranger Henry Payson made the Greeley Man Witness on River Case Franklin Nims Testifies for Government on Navigability of Green River Made First Boat Trip Down Stream Franklin Nims 1718 Eighth was the star witness for the government of the United States in hearings held this week on the Issue of whether or not the Green a principal tributary of tho Colorado is The hearing In Denver was concluded Nims was sub poenaed by the supreme court of the United States to testify against tho claims of Utah that the Green is a navigable Hearings were not public but Nims Is said to have thrown a bomb into the Utah camp by Franklin Nims was one of the bers of the Brown Stanton party which made tho first boat trip down the Green and down the Colorado Ho was official photographer of tho party which was surveying tha canon as a possible rail route to tha Three men were lost during tbe Nims Is now tho sole survivor of tho The first expedition started May Nims also accompanied a second ex pedition which started 25 of tho same Was Official Photographer Nims was the official photo grapher tor the Brown Stanton sur He owns a remarkable col lection of Colorado river As a result of tho dispute between the United States and the diary which Nims made on the a very valuable historical documenti has been extended from short Because of an affliction of the eyes Nims was prevented from extend ing his own Government sten ographers have extended the diary into long The elderly man testified clearly cgnvlncingly of his down the Green and the Colorado which occurred 40 years ago Representatives of Utah de manded his notes for examination After an examination the Utah torneys admitted the authenticity of tho diary and 40 Witnesses Examined Nims was testifying before Charles specialmaster ap pointed by tho United States supreme court to take Nima was the last of 40 witnesses examined The hearings are being continued in Salt After the Salt Lake sessions are concluded there will be a final hearing in Los Matters pertaining to tho division of waters from Boulder dam and titles to valuable oil holdings in the Green river basin are said to be affected by tho findings to be returned from the FroshSpph Scrap May Be Abolished at Ag College Fort Abolishment of the annual Freshman Sophomore class day scrap of the Col orado Agricultural may re suit from the deatn here yesterday of Leo Green of it was indicated a was fatally In jured lastFriday during the tug of wac between the two While no statement had been issued by Charles president of the on his investigation of tho it Is understood on the campus that abolishment of the an nual interclass meet is being serious ly and Fv parents of the tug of war were here at the of his Green1 lett today for Gordon with the The now make their home at Hay but burial will be at their former Greenis a His son was registered electrical engineer Ing and was pledged to Sigma Nu Associated Fort In during a fresnmansophomore at Colorado Agricultural College last Leo Green of died today following an operation pelformed in an effort to save his a freshman at the had tied the end of the rope around his waist to act as anchor man in the The knot and the noose tightened about him while he was be ing dragged thru a mudhole by his Two ribs were torn loose by the pressure and he Buffeted other Internal Complicationsdeveloped an op eration was resorted to in an effort to save His Robinson Arrests Man on Request from Nebraska Acting on a telephoned request from the sheriff York Sheriff Robinson went to Fort and arrested Tyndal on a warrant charging The young girl Involved in the case was also located by the sheriff and is being cared for at the sheriffs house until officers arrive here from   

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